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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 28, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Associated Press Day Wire I Key" West Florida, has thf


For Best 65 Interests Years Service.Devoted of Key West to the; 1Eb$ lW.cst (Qtttttfl i most country equable; with weather*an average in the


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VOLUME LVI. No231. KEY WEST FLORIDA SATURDAJY SEPTEMBER
28, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Supreme Court tIn EirstJRealJIome PREPARE FOREXTENDING I I BUREAU ISSUES

AID 1 t t:s STOROEPORT Thirty DeadAnd Three/



Seen Facing! Its1"M os Historic? Task Hundred''

DOCTORS WILL BE STATIONED STATUS OF ITS PROBABLE
Injured tlnl f tCuba From
1i AT SCHOOL BUILDINGS MOVEMENT GIVEN BY JACK-

J i AiYoUfHss I
Observers Predict First >1\ WICKERSADDS I FOR EM RC. NCYI SONVILLiS STATION --
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Assemblage Will Be It n: ORGANIZE CLUBTHURSDAY TO SPECIMENS I I Sheriff Karl O. Thompson'requests Br AM.lr4 press ROBERT TYNES 'T STORM STILLCONTINUES Two Lives Lost In Jamaica

Most Momentous SessionIn JACKSONVILLE

NIGHTOtGANIZATION I. ATAQUARIUMLOCAL :I The Citizen to anaouac 28.-The weather, bureau Sept. SENTENCED IN ON With MillionsOf

HistoryBy that in the event the storm should
r today issued the following COURT TODAY '. Dollars Of DamageTo
SPONSOREDBY DIVER TURNS IN OCTOPUS strike Key West, that all personssuffering NORTHCOURSE
storm warning: i iI Banana
SIGRID ARNE Crop
EQUITY LODGE TITLE WHICH WAS FOUND from .'27 possible effects I
;
(B> A...rtat4 Preset "Advisory 10:30
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2n. 8.- GIVEN IS "BOYS FELLOWSHIP CLINGING TO BOAT TAKENON should report to the different a. m. DEFENDANT WAS FOUND APPARENTLY HURRICANE IS

northeast storm warnings! GUILTY ON CHARGE OF ASSAULT fBjr A._! t4 Pre .
United Stares supreme eo.r b CLUB" WAYS school houses of the city where NOT MOVING IN DIRECTION **
extended 'north of Ever-I KINGSTON. Jamaica
without ceremony or even so doctors will be stationed to take I AND BATTERY AT OF KEY WjESTi! ADVISE CAU-
glades Sept. 28.-Two dead and
City to
mach as a gesture of dedication, Enthusiasm and happiness was Willie Tickers Key West'ssinging care of their need ia the way 'of f fi Tarpon I SESSION YESTERDAY TION AGAINST GALES

diver who can dive coinsbelleI' i Springs Fla., and north of,I damage to banana crop estimated -
will assemble ia its of medical supplies and attention
palace
new displayed Thursday night by 32 i
than Joe Lewis ,
punch
can
I at two and
Daytona Beach to Charles- a half
justice October 7 for what observ young men and boys who assembled and that's going some, makes a Drs. Galey and Cobo will be at : I Robert H. Tynes, colored, via'' Although every Indication is
.
hobby of collecting rare specimens {- ton, South Carolina. million dollars was revealed
,
Tropical this morning' in 'criminal cotr.sentenced ; -
school with Jthat the
the Division disturbance
street tropical
ers predict will be its most me in the Knights of Pythiashall for the Key West aquariumso now
., it was only natural that whena t'' disturbance attended by by Judge J. Vinir"'. today in the news from sections
ncnt..s session {ia history on Fleming street < to meet Drs. Porter aDd Jones at the High a the vicinity of Key West is not
boat was hauled out on Wickers of Jamaica
hurricane winds raked last
Whatever the significance of with members of Equity Lodge marine railway that a one foot School, while Drs. Warren and central Harris to four months in coun y +I. in the direction of Key

octopus which was clinging to the 1 about 150 to 170 miles southof jail following his conviction by night by the tailend of the
will the HarrisSchool.
its decision, the court's term will Number 70, L O. O. F, to .forma boat's bottom should be captured Kemp serve at Aey Westers are caatioaed ,

Wickers. Miami, moving north( jury on a charge of assault hurricane.
l.. historic, marking occupation of club. by a""l to teL every precaution to guard
Putting the octopus in a bucket. ward. Damage to roads and
Will
cause gales and battery on two members of .!
One of the doctors from the Ma. .
its oaly real "home" since its first' Highly gratifying to the spon-I Wickers started for the aquarium. I aga st damage from attendant

sors was the: fact that these young "}Ir. Pierce I have a octopus for riae Hospital will be stationed at I probably winds of hurricane state plant board unit operatingin I gale : bridges was estimated at
in the
netting Royal Exchangeat men, ranging from 10 to 16 years, the aquarium," Wickers shoutedto two hundred thousand dol.
the foot of Broad street i. Ne of age promptly registered and 'I Emory Pierce, superintendentof I the Douglass School, colored. I force on southeast Florida Key West. Lest advices from the Key:

wbecame full fledged members of: the aquarium, "bring him over, coast this afternoon and tonight The case was tried yesterdayand lars.
York ia February, 1790. the this Willie : Sheriff Thompson also stated I West weather bureau iadicate the
"Boy's Fellowship Club"which to tank Mr. Pierce the
went to jury early in the
When the justices file into was the name decided upon I'I replied. "Imagine Willie's surprise I I that si the event of any storm, and increasing northeast afternoon. The jury selected to storm will pass Miami early tonight I HAVANA, Sept. 28.-
for the when
organization. he looked into the bucket toj I
their new chamber they will seat, After the organization was com find' the octopus gone. Mr. Pierce that all police activities will be,f winds north and central I try the issue was composed of provided the disturbance, Naval headquarters an

themselves at a long, simple, ma: enquired if it of Dante'I" Edward Fernandez Paul R. Mon- i
pleted Equity Lodge appointed II. was one carried on from the sheriff's office -! Florida late this afternoon continues on the course it was' nounced that the cruiser
hogany desk which faces a hig -I George F. Archer, club master, or' disappearing snakes that Willie t I !land alvatge, George H. Saunden, Jr.,
ceilinged room flanked by tall, supervisor: with Glynn Archer has mistaken for an octopus but i 1 j: tonight. George Albury, Jerome Perez andJ. when this was written. Veinte De May now in Cien-

Ionic columns of faintly pink and James A. Cooper, assistants. ,:Willie did not hear him for he had II[ I I r Hurricane warnings are P. McDermott. An fuegos harbor, reportedi
advisory warning received'
started at fast to
Members of Equity Lodge will be a gait retrace j ,
Sienna marble. considered a board of directors. his steps. One block from tlje*!I MANYBOYSHAVE now displayed from Key 'At a late hour yesterday aft- by The Citizen ahortly before 3 I thirty dead and three hundred -

Fireplaces, Too The club members were divided aquarium. Wickers found the octo-' noon the jury; had failed to reacha I
West to West Palm Beach, o'clock reads: Center of tropical:, injured in the tropical
into three Number pus on the sidewalk. Will CHANCE JOIN verdict and
Between each of the, columns, groups. Group re- TO it was thought it I

to right and left of the bench, are 1 is composed of boys 13, 14 and treived the fighting little creatureand and northeast storm warnings would be necessary for the bodyto storm approximately 120 to 1401! hurricane which shrieked
IS of Number made sure that he did not I 1 I
years age; Group get
gleaming bronze gates through 2, of boys 10, 11 and 12 years, out of the bucket a second time. CIVILIAN CORPSNEARLY I from Tarpon Springs, go into an all night session. miles south of Miami moving I through Cuba today.BANNER .

which are visible sun-filled courtyards with a Senior Group of older In the past two days Willie has However, at 5:55 o'clock Judge I I northward about 12 to 16 miles I
South
Florida to Charleston
,
and splashing founta{ 3. boys to be formed. .... given beside the octopus two Harris was notified by court officials per hour attended by shifting WINTER

...... ,__ .,P ep jCrijcces: ,above,tb ..columns Louis- Branley, Jr., was select- "nigger fish" and a black *angelfish HALF HUNDRED TO -Carolina.. I the jury; had reached a ver-) : 'J ".
gales.and- '" '
ea: ia treasurer of'thc club. Rob: to the aquarium -- lief:" 'After i .Jwnicaae.i.n ,"feter
of'aiar receiving the
carved from, large blocks verdict
BE
Eve leaderof GIVEN OPPORTUNITY }I FOR KEY WEST
ert : .tt was elected as center.
I ,ble, picture the famous lawgiversof the senior 'group. Delio Baso WOMAN'S CLUBPIM5JHEETING. the judge announced he would 'l''l'I
TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF I
the ,centuries and such allegorical was elected group leader for Num- STOP GIVING sentence the prisoner this morn- The storm should pass Miami I PREDICTED

figures as "the power of ber 1, with Ralph Thompson a'assistant. CAMP LIFE 'I ing. early tonight and hurricane warn- ISj

government and "the majesty Malcolm Roberts is \ Court wu then recessed and ings are displayed from West j I

of the law. leader of Group No. 2, with Jack AWAYJIFMARLANNOUNCEMENT the bench announced that the tribunal j i
I Weech as assistant. Nearly a half hundred Key I Palm Beach to Key West and I! KEY WEST ADMINISTRATION
Just behind the bench are two PROPOSED SESSION WILL BE,I would go into cession Monday I
Following address W. P.
an by MADE A West boys will be given an storm warnings from Charleston,
morning 10 o'clock when the RECEIVES COMMUNICATION
open fireplaces which will not be Archer, a social was planned for HELD ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON
visible to the rest of the room. Monday night at 8 o'clock on the KEY WEST ADMINISTRATION TJ.tunity to get the oppor-j ? i prisoner will be tried on two other ,. S. C., to Tarpon Springs Flor TELLING OF PROPOSED EXCURSIONS -

In front of the bench are lawn of the First Baptist church Civilian Conservation Corps I charges. ida.
HEADQUARTERS
science's latest accommodations. I on Eaton street This was postponed I 'life next month, it was indicated One of these is violation of the I

The huge light which will illuminate -. until a future date, however i r this morning with the receipt of I Plant Board Act of 1927 and the If storm continues its present

the room from the ornate -I because of the death last Announcement has been madeat !quotas for this city. :Mrs. G. N. Goshorn. president other is interfering with and assault -'course hurricane warnings will be
ceiling is designed with night of a member of George F.Archer's on the of Bernard
person Those wise mcl'ned!
of the Key West Woman's; Club, persons are
the I
of the extended north
series of fanlike blades to family. headquarters Key Mrs.\ Nina Ryder Johnson, director Waite, chief deputy sheriff. A jury of West Palm
al West Admniistration that no marl announces the first meeting of the I to think that Key Tat is not going -
a bright light so diffused as Members of the "Boy's Fellowship of social service here, un- I will be summoned to consider the Beach within the next two hours.
or fertilizer from the compost pit the club will to have banner winter ea-
organization for a
of Club" : der year evidence, directly after the ,
prevent glare in any part are will be whose department applications court Precaution should be. taken
room. Robert Everett. Delia Ea o. Anthony given away.( I be held Tuesday afternoon in the is in session. I |son shMltl dispel thane thouehts
for enrollment in the
It has been a practice in thepat body
Decisions In 'New Deal' Due Gomez. Edward Watkins. ''rooms en Division street, at 4 against high tides on the
Pneumatic tubes below the I!I Carl Cruz, Tom Alfonso. Louis to give marl to those: who and character-building camps are o'clock. CUBA ( Florida ex-cellent|
coast ad
and
caution
would haul it and fertilizer BRINGS
l IN
| away handled
press table will carry off news of, Branly, Jr., George Thompson,' said that a quota of 25 ;
when given that both : Among several I brought more to light.
assuranc wes very interesting *vised vessels off the
t southeast
the happenings in the room toj| Bert Finder Orlando Branly,j white boys and 20 colored boys
.' be- Henry Perez, Norman Bethel,*would be used for beautificationwork. matters to be brought before the 22 PASSENGERS!I The Key Teat Administration
telegraph keys on the floor had been received from, those in I' Florida coast I(
Billy Burchell, Henry Mendoza. i i club will be one which will prove ofJ I yesterday received from a UfO!'! es-
low.A I The compost pits and dredging charge of the CCC enrollment. I
book lift, which operates Robert Bethel. Rex. Cruz. vital moment. This will be the I i ---- I I tablishtd tours agency a coven ,jm-

like a dumb-waiter, and another Carlton Roberts. Harry lilacs I and operations products are must now be WPA used projects exclusively I of Young men between the ages reading of the club history; which I j I Steamship Cuba arrived from I NEW ARRIVAL ]cation to the effect that plans
18
and 28
pneumatic tube will law Victor Hartman. Eric Curry Leo years will be eligible'for was compiled by Mrs. A. D. Lue-
carry I
for WPA projects.: applications, }Irs. Johnson'said. j j! Tampa this morning with eight were in the making for the Oi>era
Cruz Ralph Thompson Malcolm
books and messages rapidly from' l thi. and recently completed f TAYLOR'S FAMILY!
the court to the justices private I Roberts Jack Weech. Russell Baker. |, Beeaujexof this and other items j passengers for Key West and 14I i tion of a series of excursions! trt

offices and back. I Malcolm Archer Ernect Avila,I ABOUT STORM I Further details relative to applications -i exceptional interest the president -I Itot for Havana. Key West from St Petersburg this
Jack Agtiero, Pad Thompson Ar- I enrollments and ph'hl The vessel also brought 17I
It is in this room that vital "new) ; i is anxious for a full membership winter. '
noM Crusoe. Roy Henson and ---- sisal examinations are expectedto attendance. I tons of freight one automobile Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Taylor
deal" legislation is due to
'
come t 71 sacks of mail and 32 sacks of The tour manager was advised
before the court immediately, including Frederick L. Johnson.ANNOUNCEDEATH, f' tar AsBvrlafed Press) be received within the next few! j announce the birth of a 9 1-4
JACKSONVILLE Sept. 28.-, days Mrs. Johnson said. i |, parcel post matter. that this city would lend everyeffort
I I'FIND
the agricultural adjustment I MRS! V. j i of the pound boy yesterday afternoon ina *
act the Bankhead cotton I Advisory at 8 A. M-Hurricane' ARCHER j Steamship Ozark Clyde- I toward making the stay o
local infirmary. Mother and
: warnings ordered from Key West I Mallory Lines arrived 4 o'clock
I members of the tour pleasantone.
production act, the TVA and the| to West Palm Beach and north-u j I MESS AGE IN I"yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville : eon are doing nicely. I a
slum-clearance and low-cost: housing DIES IN MIAMI! The manager plans on voting -
1 OF MRS. GRABLE east storm warnings elsewhere 1 and Miami with heavy Mrs. Taylor was before marriage
bill. I along Florida coast from Daytona I i j j shipments of freight for Key West. Key West hi tile sear futureto
Ultimately it is expected the I I Beach to Evergldes; City. j j BOTTLEONBEACH.TURNED 'I The vessel tailed 8:45: o'clock for Miss Fay Ayala, daughter I complete the plans that are
court also will have to pass on I of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ayala. The
(DECEASED WAS MOTHER OF' The tropical disturbance prob-| News has been received in the New Orleans. now in the raakiag.According .
the life or death of social security,! I ably still of hurricane intensity is'I ; city announcing the death of Mrs. I F-teJIner Granada or the Standard son has been named Charles I to seat plans tie

the utility holding company regulations MRS. GEORGE SUMMERS. central about 200 miles south of- OVER TO UNITED i1 Vincent, Archer in Miami last evening i Fruit and Steamship com- Scrimshaw Taylor, Jr. pet
the Wagner labor bill, Miami apparently moving north- ( at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Archer pny, ai-ived 8:30 o'clock last night tours will be organised in St.

and the Guffey coal bill Ii I FORMERLY OF KEY WEST ward.It STATES COMMISSIONER recently underwent an operation I I)I with 13 passengers front PhilAdelphia Petersburg, go to Tampa where

Below the building is a garage will probably cause at least in one of the Miami hospitals and echo were enterttnie-1 during I MISS LESLIE OFF the S. S. Cuba will be. boarded for

and drive which will permit all i Relatives have received an- dangerous gales, high tides and for a time was reported to be I I I their t!fLY of several hour*, by officials the trip to Key West. The to.ir;

employees in the building to enter nouncement of the death in a St.I I possibly winds of hurricane' force recovering: II of the WPA administration.The members will stay two day and

without stepping out into snow J Petersburg hospital early this' on southeast Florida coast today "Hemos asesinados traidbra- The body will be brought: to I' ship took on supplies and I t' FOR NEW YORKMiss one night in Key West, letting

and rain. week of Mrs. Charlotte Grable.I and. increasing northeast winds mente." which is an announce- Key West tomorrow for burial, the 'I fuel oil at the Porter Dock eo P on the evening of the second day

Library Magnificent I nee Archer daughter of the late rhQtthward.tD. Daytona Beach. ment in Spanish meaning, "We I time of"the funeral to be announcI I I I pany and sailed 1 o'clock for Tampa.
Behind the court chamber are ji i Mr. and Mrs. Gus Archer. Funeral I Caution/: advised vessels on have been assassinated traitorously. ed later. morning for Frontera, Mexico.tbi-l tana de Lisa Leslie, after

the thve-room suites providedt'| services were held Wednesday southeast Florida coast to retire ." and may be a hoax or may'' ---- a delightful month here, returned NEW
for each justice. These sim-j afternoon. \\o safe-j>k.fts! until storm ARRIVAL AT
passes. tell of dreadful deed I ADVISORY
In' 1 some com- MALONE north yesterday afternoon via
ply panelled] in American oak. l|. Mrs. Grable was the mother of mitted at sea and the : VETOES. :) I
message
the private office of each justice'is plane to Miami and thence to New
Mrs. George Summers, wife off LODGEs cast on the waves. J ADVISORY, 10:30 A. M,- LUCIGNANI HOME
a dark gray marble fireplace.i J Rev. Summers, recently pastor, of @ Whatever it may imply the Northeast storm warnings ordered liQUOR ME! UKr.1 York ;
There is a central dining room First church in l ,After two1 months in' New ,
J 1 Methodist ;, Key above message was found in a se-i 10:30 a. m. north of Everglades i frk I
for the court, adjoining which'J '
'IWest. MEETS MONDAYA curely corked bottle which float- City to during which time Miss Leslie will!
i Tarpon Springs and northof Mr.
is a service kitchen where the| A'native of Kef West; Mrs. rn.----; and Mrs. Alfred G. Lurig-
ed in from the sea and was picked Beach
Daytona to
Charleston. Mayor W Malone this complete several feature
food, which the justices have sent L Grable. when nanl, of 8Z8 White street, an-
quite a young girl at Boca Chica this .tori'.1
bridge disturbance
up Tropical attended
in, can be kept warm or cold. i moved by morning vetoed the lisTuor for a metropolitan nounce the arrival of a ton at thE
to St Petersburg with her called meeting of Anchor month.It .
hurricane winds central
One of the most magnificent'' parents and since that time made Lodge No. 182, F. & A. if. will I was writen in pencil on a to 170 miles south of Miami 150 mile Fla.and I trace first reading which was_at a adopted meeting ordin-I i will be back in Key West to spend home weighed on September 2 4 The Mother boT
; eight
rooms is the library for attorneys' her home in the Sunshine City. be held :Monday night, September_ scrap of soiled paper. After the moving northward. It will I council and the entire winter season. pounds.
admitted to the bar. It is panelledj 1 Mrs. Grable visited Key Weston 30. 8 o'clock at the Scottish Rite Tuesday evening on and son are reported doing mre-
t
) message was one word which cause gales and probably winds of I its final reading last night. From her observations while
with carved oak and flanked witha a number of occasions with I I Hall, to notice ly.The
according ptfb-j
a could be "Alois"and
j nothing else- but hurricane force southeast
I J on Florida The council is meeting this afternoon here Miss Leslie believes this coming new arival ha bw given
series of arches through which; relatives and a host ofi# friends. ,!'lished by Secretary John C. Parkin { beneath the word "Collier 5.." toast this afternoon and tonight
: to act another ordinancejrhich .
on the .f Alfred G Jr.
b. carved oak book I She season will be even gayer and name
ran
wen eases l i ia survived by four chil- today's The 1
paper. I handed the
by and
was northeast
message | increasing I has been drawn by before
City Mrs.
LotJ'irnani mar-
The ceiling is a rich one of ornamental -; dren, three daughters and 1 Work in the up brilliant than the was
one E. A. degree will finder to United States on northern and central I more past one
; I Attorney J. Lancelot Lester and Miss Faith Launders, daughters
plaster in dull gold, rusti son and a number of other rela- done in this meeting. Visitors sioner C. Rodney Gwynn I Florida late this afternoon and and looks forward:: to her return"riage
and dull blue. I I fives !Ibe j welcome. |a copy of it to The CommiB-1 I tonight I I will mayor., it is said, be approved by the I on the first of December. ders.of },[r. and Mrs. Oscar Loun-



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i'ablisked ,. Kxwpt Sunday )' \ : 1-MINUTE Today's Today In History ...) formed in Len"D.
TIIK CITIZKI: PIBI.IMII\O! CO, IMC. In a recent article, Paul Mallon, the SAFETY TALKS l
|_ P. ARTJIA*. FiMMea ...ee..e..e.sea..e.. 1911-Italy) ** ultimatum to
well known
.... Washington correspondent. Anniversaries
JOB ALLE AI. BinlMaa Manager By I Turkey revolted: in breaking out

From Greene The Citizen and Ann BuildingCorner Street wrote: "The truth is the treasury does I ........................ t Athens.1687-Famed almost enti-e Parthenon for 2,000 in I 1 1of war the next day.I .
|
---- not know what its I I
receipts and
Only) Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe expen- 1839--Frances E. Willard, temperance :years, badly injured when used a*II i i I r
County ditures will be next month. Its haziness advocate, college presi- I powder magazine by Turks aDd KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Entered at Key"We7CF'lort by
about the future the I1W earn HOTEL
TifTTvr... YEAR expands at contem.plation .- C rive hascar afford{ fo2ichard. I
lecturer-editor born at Church-
rh. Associated>>....Pre. .'.she U exclusively A:. eelatee Pre.entitled. to use of each sheet on the calender. It ? :;re drive {aster: Wane now i yule, N Y. Died Feb 18, 1898. I I In the Center of the Business

of all news dispatches credited tot cannot have even a faintly worthwhile rOll
for rrc-\Watio! miles 1833-British Parliament abolished ,, Theater
-
ar not otherwise credited In this paper and also getting 18.4 and District
opinion beyond next Qoing i 1840-George W. Peck, newspaper slavery throughout the dona
the local sews published here. year.
This is line r $,oob"oi }ll llgallon' publisher, Wisconsin governor -i in ions. First CU-FireproofSem -
in with the that I
a MTlOtAl EASSOt1A1'Oh tUOP.lAl? theory an Ivur; $ i author of "Peck's Bad Boy" I. ..LU Rale*
}?l JJ .. many thinking Americans have been hold- {:;; born Henderson, N. Y. Died I I

C/# 19.) $ ing for some time-that federal finance is in Milwaukee, April 16, 1916. 1850-Ftegging:: : abolished in U.'"i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

i ..tBsCRll'T10nATls: .. in hopelessly chaotic condition. Forecasts 10.1 mi S, Navy and ships of commerce.I
lMs Year ._______....__..r- ..-- r-- --. U'.OO a ; 'l'\\ I 1841 Georges Clemenceau I c.,... Elevater
.:... f 00re. to the future
have
-- as revenue no I II
i famed French
.oKtt."h' as0e statesman born. Popular Prices
;z
: Month .-...._ ...-- --- .ES I sound basis-they usually represent optimism I Died Nov. 24, 1929. I 1864-First International (th
Weakly ..-___._.::_. .20 ,. .. ..
rather than realism. The 1 --- ------ -- -- --
DVEltTtsIRQ RATES govern- V I 1851-HenAJone; :
known I !!, English
on application.SPECIAL ment continues spend us farther into I
.
born. Died
AOTICI J playwright Jan. 7,
Alt reading notices, cards of thanks resolutions of debt-and apparently hasn't the slightestidea 1929.
respect obituary notices. etc. will He charged for at
tae rate of 1* cents a ulna of where the money is to come from : IT
.Notices for entertainments fcy churches: from which TAKES LESS GAS TO DRIVE SAFELY 1869-Kate Douglas Wiggin, YOUR
a -.ae) Is to be derived a6 cents a line. to meet the obligations.One i novelist, author of "Rebecca of IS
The Citizen is forum and invites discnsUua. -
an opec
of public Issues and subjects of local or generallaUnvst / inevitable result of such a policyis I Well hen, If you won't drive 13.1 at 50 and 10.1 at 60 miles an Sunnybrook Farm." born in Phil
but It will not publish anonymous communications. constantly mounting taxes-along with more slowly for safety sake do hour. I adelphia. Died Aug. 23. 1923.
it for your pockctbook'. asks Oil and tires go farther at mod- I
new taxes. Another, and perhaps more I used to think the faster I erate speeds, too. 1864 -Richard B. Harrison,

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST menacing possibility, is inflation. All the drove the less gu I tued I figured And so do people. famous "de LawJ" in "The Green j i REFRIGERATOR5YEARSOLD

t ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN tax laws in the world cannot produce that you get there sooner (if you out Undue of hurry ten was of behind the nine Pastures," born at London, Ont.,j l i
every 561,000 Canada. Died in New York
get there)
so you have less timeto ;
revenue when personal pocketbooks and automobile accidents Involving March 14, 1935. j
j
use gas, so you use less CU.
industrial bank balances run dry. When driving errors in 1934.
I dead
1. Water and Sewerage. wa wrong. With all the time everybodynow !
A bullet which entered Roy Gar-
that happens, inflation-which can be defined I've learned the fact Is it takes has In America; there's noreason ner's ?
right foot 38 when
years ago
2. Bridges complete Road to Main- as cheapening and degrading the almost half again as much gasper for anybody to hurryexcept be was accidentally shot has been I '
land. mile when you drive at 60 doctors and firemen and expectant .
currency-becomes the "easy" way out. removed. Garnet is a former Florida
than when drive fathers.
you at 30.
t. Free Pert. The perils of inflation need no de If you drive 100 miles at 60 miles Resolve now to drive more slowly deputy eheriff.Subscribe If yon refrigerator u now five Jean old JOG can pat a bcaad
-..< and you'll not.only help the new General Electric in your kitchen-have all the newest
4. Hotels and Apartment scription-the tragic examples of Ger- an hour you can drive almost 150 to The Citizen-:20cMeekly.
cause of automobile convenience features-sad be aaoney ahead The (saving due
!;-.. Bathing Pavilion. many and other countries which experi- miles on the same gas at 30. dough. Don't become safetyyou'llsave one of to greater efficiency and lower operating costs will pay for it*

6. Airports-Land end Sea. enced inflationary periods are well known.If From, 30 a purely miles economic an hour standpoint Is the- the 38,000 persons who probably The General Electric Refrigerator has long been famous for
will be killed this In auto- J.eks..v/ltr's Iwedlag 11.1,1" dependable refrigeration low Now tae General Electric
l to avoid such social and economic year cost
V. we are "cheapestspeed at which
,. Consolidation ox. County and City you mobile accidents.During the first THE SEMINOLE sealed-in-steel mechanism has double the cold producing
.
can drive.A
CovernmentaiTHE !: tragedies at home, government finance eight months this year nearly capacity and uses ,0" less current tfca I93O mfrdcla.

.. ... must undergo a thorough overhauling, car that gives you 18.4 miles 22,000 have been killed, according I Put a new General Electric: in your home tomorrow pod be
per gallon at 30 miles per hour to
figures The Travelers
compiled by -
y
both in principle and practice. will ) money ahead every month.
give you only 15.7 at forty; : Insurance Company. r:V I 1
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KEY WEST CITIZEN -.-
BLUE-GRAY REUNION _I
agent of the Georgia Railroad, at NewGeneral

WILL always seek the truth and print it KEY WEST IN a speech delivered before the I II '
Afyer) several years of discussion, a chamber of commerce Rotary ElectricRefrigerators
without fear and without favor; never be DAYS GONE BY Club and Real Estate Associationat
final reunion of Union and Confederate
afraid ta attack to luncheon in the Victoria
wrong or applaud right; a restaurant I I
soldiers has been agreed upon, to be held Happ..i.gs; Her Just 10 Years today. "..._..u... ....rt.. 'a.
always fight for progress; never be the organ Ago As Taken 4
at Gettysburg, Pa., in 1938, on the 75th Today From I CR.'''. B. GnI: Ell. Ma*>..erA ?
or the mouthpiece of any person clique, The Files Of The Citizen human home-like Institution) 9
anniversary of the decisive battle fought The applications for construction :- where yes will find yer '*4lvt4Mlromtlmrt I' USE 40% LESSCURRENT
/a tjon or class; always do its utmost for the of the bridges over the waterwere I sad entertain*** a :
public welfare; never tolerate corruption!: or there July 1, 2 and 3, 1863. Paul Monsalvatge overseer of submitted at the meeting of ter! of great Importance. 11I&1-1
The United Confederate Veterans the grounds at the courthouse the commissioners last -
unanimously county county .
injustice, ; denounce vice and praise virtue; A steel .re.r1 ..lUlaa; l...... I
complains of animals _
roam- night. The Tidewater Construetion
,
agreed at their recent reunionin Im the fcrar ell eke ft if
commend good done by individual or organ ing through the park and destroying company was one of the organizations -
ization tolerant of others' Amarillo, Tex., to accept the invitationof plants and shrubbery. and the Oversea HighwayToll I
; rights, views and I Every Room wltk Combination Tub
the governor of Pennsylvania to join Many of these plants have been Bridge company was the I and Shower Bath Radio, Electric
opinions; print only news that will elevate Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
recently planted but few of them other. After reading the peti- I
with the Grand Army of the Republic in I Ventllatto. Comfvrt&bU Bed with
and not contaminate the reader; never como remain. Mr. Monsalvatge also .tions and hearing; representatives : Mattrease* of Inner Bprlag Construction G4 Monitor Top Models a Gel than Modals
promise with principle. the 1938 reunion, but only on condition complained of that many boys I of the companies explain the Ins Lamps.and Individual Read- $ .23 down $9.00 dow

that they be allowed to carry the Con- have been in the habit of destroy, plans it was decided to defer any 1 RATES ** and $3.23 a month and $Z.oe a Month

federate flag unfurled alongside the Stars ing the plant life at the park and action until the meeting to beheld shat.ra .
The warns that any person caught do-1 t next Wednesday night. n**_., PrI...... Bath .
most popular conversationalist is and The West Electric Co.
Stripes. ing this will be arrested and placed -. .*. H__.. Private Rath4e a.Ae Key
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tie listener.M ) Some members of the G. A. R. insisted in jail. :i I Dan 1.. Navarro, of the Meltzer 24 Bee ROOMS B>.. Private rrlvale Bath Bath a..u
that the Confederate flag be furled during I and r Navarro Realty company, .. "..pie Re****, Private Bath .... !
Leo Boyajian, of New York, is. purchased today 12 lots on South SLIGHT CBBkK: FOR IIOIDLBOCCVP..NCY
-Even if they are only Cubs, the Tigers the ceremonies but finally waived the in the city to arrange for re-,' Shore facing the proposed city .
hd better'beware. point. There was a joint reunion at Gettys- modelling of the Hotel Jefferson.': park In Tract No. 10. The M -------- - --- -- ----------...

burg on the 50th anniversary of the battlein He announced that work on im-:t were bought from R. E- flernaeyof
proving the hotel would begin:I of Miami. Mr. Navarro contemplates I
Things look black to the business man 1913, but on that occasion the Confed- : Monday. Six stores will be constructed -; erecting his own home on

when he is running in he red. erate flag was carried furled. on the first floor, three one of the lots' and ceiling the

While the forthcoming joint reunionin on each side of the main en- others.
trance. Every room in the hotel
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Conscientious folk object to tainted 1938 will have high significance as a ]
will be painted and repaired. New Six blocks located in the Salt
money, especially if 'tain't theirs. gesture of good will between former foes, baths and showers will be installed Pond area has been syndicatedfor

it is doubtful whether any considerable Two elevators are proposed. $101,000. The syndicate is
It is possible that another story f headed! by Frank Sawyer and An-
We still have left our train of thought, number of veterans will be able to partici- will be added. I drew Page. The matter wa '

and may it run along a pleasant line. pate. I handled by J. Otto Kirchheiner,

"S This year only about 500 veterans at- Key West Apartments, Incorporated 1 local real estate dealer. The prop Why
7 organization j\ has 12.000 feet of water
an composed : erty
Divorces are as fashionable! as ever; tended the G. A. R. encampment in Grand of local men, has applied for]i frontage on the canal between ii not IH appywith

there will be more happiness if ever they Rapids, the youngest being 85 years old. a charter and an option has been Count I Road and the present railroad

are declared declass The ranks of the Confederate have like- taken on one of the most desir-1 I bridge. JL ir
able apartment house sites in the _
'wise dwindled few of either will be -
; army
:it .city. It is proposed to construct I Editorial comment: N.bodrr ,
:;1 The poets tells about the sorrows of under 90 by 1938, and it is inevitable that a first class apartment house on r seems to want to be the "watch GOOD

separation, and we all feel them when sep- many of those who survive will be phy- the site and architects have been ,dog of the treasury" for the city,' _" .
asked to draw plans for the build- r as so far no candidate has an
united.M from our money. sically unable to attend. ing. As soon as plans and specifications -t I nounced for the positier.Tad5y HARDWARER
But the spirit of the joint reunion will -r \
3if have beta. wofked .out ; ,
*
3 .It is not considered necessary to write be the spirit of a united country, and as and the schedule 'of rentals accepted *- I + there will be found on &
the entire proposition six of The Citizen a complete '
legibly) nowadays, as people say they don't such should prove an inspiration to every be submitted to a bond Loose will fort page list of the candidates who MStandard

rcaittheir! own handwriting. American. them to pass ont, after whjch"i have announced for city offies to SPECIAL
i contracts for the -construction will be voted for in the election on
be let. November 10. A count of the I
They tell us to keep our feet on the NO DIVIDENDS PAIDIt
j I(\I candidates will show 37 name
ground, but here in Key West! they preferto I; "I was in Key West one year: Roofing

Keep them on the accelerator. is not too late to call attention to ago and realized it was one of the j l Logwood, a dyestuff for fabrics

some of the facts disclosed by the Senate loveliest cities and deserved the-,,r nadc from fibers of vegetable;
admiration of the world" said,.origin, has beea cultivated in Jamaica -
So many partieiJiavc ':been out recently Lobby Investigating Committee during Gen. Sam W. Miikes, publicity since 1715. $2.25PReor:

painting the town red that the paint August. ---

supply houses are doing a prosperous busi- Howard{ C. Hopson, head of the As- r

ness. sociated Gas and Electric System, admit- Regular Price 5275r

ted under pressure that he and his family

Not so much money will go out of drew profits of over $3,000,000 from the

town to mail order houses, now that rail- utility system Jie managed during 1929 CONSULT YOUR BANKER

road transportation is interrupted. It is and 1933. Thse earnings were made by

"an ill wind that bloweth no man to private companies owned by him. and his .

gp
sonal companies made with the big systemhe

The Times of Cuba says :the night controlled, by: which' alleged services

cjerk of the Hotel Leamington in Miami is wEre: sod| to the system. In other words, .-

cognizant of his cebollas.! which in more I Hopson, as heap of the Associated Gas and

understandable- language means" he has his I Electric Company made arrangements FlI'st. National Bank of Key West

olfactory nerves attuned to the pungent whereby Hopson as owner of other cor- I

odor of a wellknownegetable.. I porations made excessive profits.
Member of the Federal Reserve ,
I Those" people who think that big business -

: In North Carolina a jury exonerated I' is so sanctimonious should bear in I

ai deputy sheriff for killing a man in auffle. i m.ind that while Hopson and his family South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
Insured
Deposit by Federal Depoait InsuranceCorporation
The dead man was shot five times. i took over $3,000,000 from the system he I
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Certainly an officer has just as much rightC I was paid to manage for the benefit of its I Pbcce 593 White and Eliza Streets

> defend himself as anybody else but why stockholders these same stockholders re- i
"Your home is of the best"
Si:'as it necessary to shoot the aggressor five ceived nothing as dividends on their; investment i worthy
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times. That's a lot of defending. J .in the system. _,_ '- .I
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f 'CHICAGO CUBS NE\V\ day 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet-I, morning at the Harris School all.ditorium Church school 3:30: pService

I t MORNING STAR ing. ; at 10 o.clock.: Men add in the hospital i

BALL CHAMPIONS OF I.atia Mid-: I women not eonaeete4 with any Evening
nY MARIAN SIM3 other Bible Class and regardless worship at 8 o'
Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Subject ")fan'
1 I. of denomniations are Invited t e prograaa for
tYMoratllastlyha' NATIONAL 'LEAGUE I Thursdays conducted b7 Rev. attend. has not yet u\lgltt tG C
.wo other. Because Anne doesn't Insist FLEMING STREET METHODIST .p
PRESBYTERIAN Charles E. WOo I.
}row Bded. Bann, her h.eb.d, FIST' "
oaaly# .Qs ....i.4i 11QQai creakd.wa I .uppose. f CHURCH CHURCH Sunday school 9:30 a. 'D. SAINT PETER' CHURCH program for tnan.
+ Days rn Birmingham passed for --
.... Mre IuappU e-- MondayT i p. m.. dramatic do
..so.d to Mw hoes..ed Mw the mOlt part IIleal&Dtly and quickly WINDY CITY TRIBE CAPTURED Cur Fleming and William Streets J. C. Gekeler; Pastor
sob. 4. B".1IgA. Her beet METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Colored) Tuesday 8 p. m., weekc1cb
but during the odd momenta that Corner of White
}rtesd. ca..rloU, has ..1_ her to.dti Shuler Peele Pastor and Washington CHURCH, SOUTH Center Street, Between PeAoaia .service
os.: C'/'I.:1:: frirsds, aced she couldn't Sit or when she had TWENTIETH AND TW'EN' Church school meets at 9:45a. Streets .
and Olivia
EwUy_.... COO Vereatoae gone to bed and had no resources William N. Knowles Sunday school meets at lC aID. "EL SALVADOR"'
s.tiwalM a seo11.a s TY.FIRST m. IUP- I Mass 8 Subscribe to The Citizen-2Oe
STRAIGHT VIC a.
m.
but her owa thoughts< all the un-
erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship A. C. Elgin superintendent.I t I Corner Grinnell and Virginia
weekly,
Solemn
Evensong and Benedic-
solved problems from which she had
TORIES Bible Class meets in the pas- The Adult Bible Class fa taught Streets .
lIed came trooping< down upon her. tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Chapter 27 tor's study by the pastor bins Helen Russell Rev Guillermo Perez, Pastor
Thep she knew this 7
that was only p. m.
at 11 o'clock. will ciTe a brief Miles (Services in Spanish .
EDWIN Morning worship report 0:1 )
WRITES a reprleYe. She was like Joshua,who Church school 8 a. m.
had stopped the for brief (special .. ..... tithes) Subject: ""The Y.astcr's Mission"I Coverdale to the Sunday school Sunday school, 10 a. m. Sermons
sun a 8
span; at a. m. and T m.
) waved a fork at Iten. "Go p.
ANNE Intermediate League Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Preaching 8
but afterwards the suit had tell VI that .he' cot, to make upon Its war. I Detroit Tigers will have as their meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Vend. Sermon: "Up red Ready" Mts.Cekeler Mothers' Club meets Monday, Mass\ on Tuesday and nul's- TYPEWRITING\

ia omelet", aDd that ru be ready .b1 She bid cried over EdwIB" letter opponents in'the World Series the line Watkins superintendent. will sing John PrindleScott's 8 p. m.Bible. I day at 7 a. m.

the time 111L And don't come back.- M like Edwin himself in Its resignation t fast-stepping Chicago Cuba, new Young People's League meets "Lib As A Father Pitieth study and prayer. service, Litany and Sermon OD Wednesday .

U. went reluctantly ant, and aU baseball champions of the Nation- at 6:30 p. m. Stirs Mary Felton, Iris Children." I,Wednesday. 8 p, m. at 7:30 p. m. PAPER
-U only jue would threaten. to beat"me a)'League. president Evening worship at 8 o'clock.
Confessions
I After the Wednesday
heard him :
bang on VIola' door and "LA TRINIDAD" -
!" she thought wUd'S'' -It would The Windy City Tribe earned Worship ser rice at 7:30 p. m. The sermon is one of two relative service.
repeat Jh.meelAge. Then Ius ambled do 1J.i both geod-" that right yesterday aftertloo'l Sermon subject: "The Compassion to courtship and marriage, the Rev. 1. Oser and Montero evening

In&o the UTtnc-room ana an Instant She wrote urging him to divorce when they blasted the St, Louis of Jesu." subject being "When Prince Pastors NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH 75c-

later the sound of the piano reached her If be wished and Edwin replied Cardinals hope in the first game l\lid-week\ prayer and Bible( Charming Come." Duval and Angela Streets

them. quIte characteristically that n. was of doubleheader The greet study Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. llid-week Bible Study on Wednesday Sunday school 3 p. m. (Colored)
wlUlug for her to divorce him tf It a Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately at 7W p. m. Please read Service in Spanish, Friday, at A. T. )IcCas1ull. Pastor Package of 500 Sheets
Dean failed in his
Dizzy miserably
Emily lifted her head ud stared would meaD her happiness but that following the mid-week Luke 10:25-37, 1:30 Po mCHRISTIAN. 1.L A. Moreno, Recording Steward
at Aaa. He was playing with feelIng attempt tQ win his twenty-ninth GOOD QUALITY BOND
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be would taQ the )
him- Irs. M. A.
never step Moreno Secretary
ervice. 1\Irs.\ P. B. Roberts di-
and a' beautiful prec con the game of the season and also t.o SCIENCE; SOCIETY
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Chopin scherzo IIJ C harp minor. snap the Cubs' long winning rector PAPER
lr.HE Please note the change in time 327 Elizabeth Street Sunday service, 11 a- m.
Anne answered the question in. here wits Jltlfshlng the little house streak The one and only Dizzy 527 William Street
Evening worship 7 o'clock.
., allo'\"ed 15 hits. of evening ser.r.ces. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Eo Richard
It had Evans Pastor
ee.It' no market value -THE-
Sunday morning service at 11
his real calling of course. as It stood" and was planning' to For good, 1 measure Grimm's men Sunday school 9:45 a. 11'I.' BETHEL A. M. Eo CHURCH

But he san he hasn't the attributesor PUt It on the OJarut at once anIe.ss t'ok the second game a1o. Paul LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Morning worship at 11 o.cloek. c'clock.Wednelda1'. ART IAN PRESS

greatness and that being a see -. Dean did rot pitch in the contest CHURCli. SOUTH Sermon' text: "If :anyone serves evening service at (Colored)

ond-rate musician Is worse than.be- The "'unlesS" had beeR ecratcbed llcuzcer n-ca on tile mound and me. be must follow me." 8 o'cloek. Corner Division and Thomas St.

(rag eeood-ate la-.a7 profession In out and the esoteace ended there have t.n 13 foifetiel Rey_ M. L. Smith, Pastor Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m. Reading room in Society building H. It. Hill pastor Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
ScOT" uf the too Cor. and Division St. open Tuesdays and Fridays
game were Georgia ,Evening worship 8 o'clock. Sunday; school 9:30 a. mPeaching
l as follow: : First 6 to 2; ; secon.i, Church school at 9:45: a. m., Sermon .lject: .The Keeper of frO"1l 3 to :5>> o.clock.PENTECOSIAL, 11 a. m. 51 .

LI I 5to3. with .Ed. R..Curry. superinten- the Garden." MISSION Junior A.. Co E. League meets
fp/ The Cltp.o: : boys cot e,,:'e4 23 dent.Mooring
FaCetle in the twin bl to the \ worship at 11 o'clock evening at 7:30 o'clock. 909 Olivia Street Senior A.. C. E. League meets

(;ard;" 1011; runs to the Redbird:, Subject; "l\laking\ Cod Sick." Please note the change of this Wm. Skondeen, Pastor at 6:15 p. m. -- --

five. However the Cubs com- Young People's Department has mid-week service. Sunday morning worship, 11 Evening service, 8 Po m.
r ndit'e.l lou errors to St: Loutsthree -morning session In the Division o'clock Weekly Services

$ 'I'id'S4 idjC\les. street school building with Miss SAINT PAUL.S CHURCH I Sunday school for alt 3:31 p. Tuesday, 1:30 p. m.,. Class.

1. As stated by Manager; Grimm'oJ firiaiti:Care,..as"teacher and Al- m. Friday 7:30 p. m.,, choir rehearsaL -
before the games yesterday, Lee bert Carey as president. I Comer Duva and Eaton Streets Sunday night evangelistic: service RUSSELL'SCIGAR
sad Root siii what Junior at 4 I
came across boys and girls P- Sundays 7:15 o.clcxk.: I

V 1'd ,/ it takes t(. win ball games-al-d m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in Morning Prayer 6:4 a. n. I Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIlTI:

pennants too. "Genera! Lea was cbarge. Mass (Communions). 7 a. m. praise service.. CHURCH

in the opener and Veteran Root Young People's evening session Mass for the Church School, Friday, 7:1G p. m.,, fellowship (Colored) STORE0

in the nightcap. at 6:30_p. m. 9:30 a. m. meetin .
Southard Street Between Thomas
The victories were the twentieth Evening preaching at '1:30 p. m. Mass\ of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' andgirls' and Emma Street.

and twenty-first in a row for I Consecration, service and installa- Evensong Prayer, Sermon, church. William Perkins. Pastor -

the Wnidl City Tribe.In tion of officers for young people. Benediction, 8 p. m. CATHOLIC CHURCH G. Williams Missionary Leader I Daily Baseball Returns
the only other games played Prayer and praise service each Week Days
in either the eNew York :! St. Mary's Star of the Sea Sabbath School (Saturday). 10.
league, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m.
Giants and Boston Braves split a :young people's choir practice Mass. 7 a. m. Rev. Wm. Reagan, So J., o'clock. By Wire
Church service!!. 11 o'clock In
doubleheader, the New Yorkers each 'Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. in charge

/r p S j3It dropping the opener 6 to 4, and Alice 'Jenks. pianist A second Mass eon Wednesdays, Order of services for this the morning. -0-
\ wining! the nightcap 8 to 5. Church choir practice each Friday 9 a. m. church: Prayer meeting every WedDea- COME IN AND GET THE

The summaries foUow: at 8 p. m. Mrs. J, Roland Sunday morning Masses will be day night at 7:50 p. m. RESULTS OF THE
NATIONAL LEAGUE Adams, pianist CHURCH OF COD said at 7 and 9:30 ciclock. Y. P. )1. V. S. meeting, 5:30vclockp. MAJOR BASEBALL

First Came Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. nl.TRINITY.
1106 Olivia Street i LEAGUES0
At St. Louis R. IL E. FIRST METHODiST CHURCH Evening service at 7:30 o.dock, I

Chicago ..._.._.._..'_______,.. 6 1 i 2 Morning service at 11 o'cloek. Sundays and Fridays. PRESBYTERIAN -

was a lively meat. St. Louis ........._....__.....__ 263 Corner SimontoD and Eaton Sts Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. CHURCH CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
Sunday night service 7:15 MIXED BIBLE CLASS
the world. So be works Batteries: Lee and Hartnett; John B. Culpepi- Jr., Pastor SOFT DRINKS
on a neW8paper. but beneath its Imperfect conceal- o'clock. (Colored ,
)
." ment It gazed at her In mute reproach J. ,Dean and Delancey Church Sunday school opens ofGeiald at I Evangelistic service Wednes- Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monti- 717 Simonton Street ETC.

VIola came In managing In spite The -Unless." Edwin had 10:00 a.' m., under leadership day,7:15p.n. dno, Teachers Rev. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor '

if her acenti4andab.1IW1g cleanliness ] -, decidedicruDulonsly.d< wu not en- :Second .Came- Saunders. general super.intendeat. Pruet and praise service, Fri- This el&la meets ftTe'rJ' Sunday Morning, service, 11 o.clock.
to look a little untidy. She' lirely In' the spirit of' the promise M St. Louis R.-Ir.T: : Each department meets

nodded cordially to Eihily and went i he had made tD Dr. Warde.. Chicago __________- _-.. ..5 13 2 in _Its own. assembly room.. ,, ---- ----

capably to work'on the orneleL lIe added wistfUlly that the place St Louis _---------____--.__--- 3 4 0 Preaching Sunday: morning at

When supper was ready tlJey was very attractive now: even more Batteries: Root and Hartnett: 11 o'clock instead .r 10:45. Subject -

served themselves from the buffet 10 than the plans had Indicated lIe Heusser and Delance1'. : "True." -.

then gathered round the table. It had put out a Dumber of shrubs,too: --- i Epworth League meeting at

was a UTelf meal and agaIn the eonversation blue .pFIICes aDd bozweods (Emily .. First Game I 100 p.. m. :Miss Vanessa Collins'
wu reminIscent of Ard-- had 'suggested them both he refrained At Boston! < R. H. E. lead r. FI'RMSI

more.A from adding). Now: York _.__...___ 4 8 4 Sunday evening service at 7:30

voice from the Uvlng-room interrupted She put the letter away with the Boston ..._-- ---., 6 14 1 o'clock instead or 8 p, m. Sub-
them. -Am I too later momentary throb of tenderness that :.:.::.:= ject: "The Garden of Ufe."

Everyone shouted at once at the Edwin, at a distance always Inspired Second Game I 1\lidweek prayer and praise Who Rush To Give Yon Service-Patronize Them

man who appeared In the doorway At Boston R. JJ. E. service on Wednesday at 8:00 p.
Frances wrote once a week: not '
aDd there wu a general shumUng to from Inclination since she felt that New York ____________-....:_ 8 14 0 m.
make a place for him at the table. Emily had acted Incredibly and Boston _.._._____ Ii 11 I I, Choir rehearsal on Friday evening -
lie was very different from Jed I at 7:45 o'clock. IIrs. Joseph
should be severely punished: but I

age groomed.ed Steve.Emily assured A guessed man and In:early smiling beautifully middle lie paint because 110 moving she wanted a picture If possible that Emily to No other games heduled. I era Sawyer. choir organist director: Gerald Saund- JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S 1FT'SYou'll

would soon return. crowned with AMERICAN LEAGUE
laid a casual hand on Anne' shoulder remorse and humiUty. Detroit at Chicago, postponed, THE SALVATION ARMY find out how
In greeting and Anne'
FLORAL PIECES A
eyes
Famed for aD Instant and then were So potent was the menace of Dr. wet grouads. 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try CASH GROCERY
Warde that she neither reproached Captain Ver.on W. Walker Officer
QuIckly veiled. She said carelessly: the first cup, Ib 2Sc SPECIALTY
-Charles. you haven't met Mra. nor urged: she merely catalogued St. Louis at CLeveland. postponed ift Charge 1101 Division Street

Barnes over there. Hr. Kincaid" I glowingly and touchingly the beauties rain 1002 F1emlag Street P L U M BIN G LARGO, Ib 18c;
He bowed found a plate with an of Elston and the manliness of Company meeting (Sunday PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

sit 1 of being much at home and Edwin WashingWn---; Philadeiphia' school), 9:45 a. m. Mn. Kath- V. & ShIb 15c. .

.elped himself from the buffet.Steve She also managed to Insert insidious postponed raiB. erine Eldridge, Young Peoples'
young said solemnly: bits of information that tore at I Sergeant Major in charge. Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

I,rl ate aU your eaTfar.- her dauhter' beartstrtnga. '"Tour New York and Boston net Holiness meeting 11 .. m. DURO PUMPS Groceries
father has looked very badly ef late. :Subject: up.lies From God's STAR COFFEE MILL
Charles KincaId sat down."Thankjgpypn : scheduled. .
I had him go to Dr. Morgan for aa PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
,. : for that, I hate caviar Just $toreho se"
t ezamination and Complete Line Fresh
there Is 512 Greene Street
ao
fur I hate all kinds of ash roe. It or.pnle Colonel William Co Ifarlee re- Young People' Iregion, 6:30Po

ales: me the creeps to think of aU have broken trouble:a but good he deal semi lately to me fD to cently stationed at New Orleans, m. Tome! : "The Quest of the PHONE 348 Phone,256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables:
the billions of fish that I"m depriving Best." a -
spite of kfa protests I"m having Wu.. has retired from service with the
of life at every bite-" Liam drive him to and from the office U. S. marines after being in the Salvation meeting a:00 p. m.
"All the more reason to like It.' Subject; "rour Sins Of Omis-
Steve Insfated. .It 1811't often you him regularly too much-now:"the walk was tiring army since 1900. sion" SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

have a chance to do" so many favors Dr. Warde' cote came too: a Subscribe to The Citizen.LEGALS Street service on Saturday night Jewfish, 2 INSURANCE

stone fell IWOOp. brief paternal scrawl Baying that at the Corner of Fleming and Do Yellowtail Steak. Z IL. 33c THE KEY WEST w ;
he would be Sa town nut week and val streets, 8 o'clock. (Called off
K'CAID drove Emily that he hoped she would have dinner on account of sto: mwarnings) Yell..tail OD Be,. Z IL. zsc Office: 319 0uT.1 Street -

sad Charlotte home a little later wIth him. Ills taUt was at four "OTIl'G OF Mae7'ER'e SUE Midweek service Thursday 8 Grouper, Z lba Z5c SUNDAY STAR r
laW them Into the house and bade
o'clock and the meeting would acrely NOTI'R a HEREBY GI1"fI!'f& p. m. Snapper, Z 11M. 23tMatto. : :
them a courtly goodl1lghL Emily' be over by sir : that .4e-r sad bJ' virtu. of and TELEPHONE NO.1
stared thoughtfully)) after him. i persuant to u.aterta.a decree Fish, Z Ib. Z5c
"He' quite different from the rest She answered the note prompuy : made and entered 011 the zap day FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Subsrnphna. $2 Per Year
assuring him that she would be I of September, A. D. 193) by the FRESH SHRIMP
of the masculine element there. It. Browne, Yr Meala At
Jefferson Try
ready any time after six. Honorable Eaton Street Between Duval and Key We.t' Only --THE-
Where does he come mr" (lne of tae Judges of Ike CirreitCourt Large Select Oysters Sunday
Dr Warde arrived at the appointed of Ike Eleventh Judicial Circuit Simonton Streets
Fresh Crab Meat iD n sSe Paper
Charlotte wafted until they were ears Dtlmonico Rtlfarrrcutf
time. greeted her brusk1y bet of Monroe County- Florida iaI James S. Day. Pastor A" J'U:
upstaIrs before she answered. I Claaljt'erF. la that .ertaia reuse FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER
-lie' reaDy a prince and I'm warmly and took her to dinner at therein pending wherein Berlin .A- Bible School at 9(5 a. m. Business Office Citizen -liLLLl1 S..w.Jr. E... ___ 16.
the Southern Club. :Sawyer; t. complainant, nod Tke
frightfully)) sorry for himHe has a Having ordere' dinner he looked Berttuk Really Company II corporatioa Captain O. T. Pogue superintendent. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis Coerce Di......, --__
neurotic InvalId for a wife: a female The First XatioDal Bank Classes for evel'"OM. Promotion COMPANY
at her keenly and professionally Harry PHONE 151 PHONE ... 10c[ Tic,. &ad u.
devil that wont divorce him and of Key Wl"f't. a ntrporaUoR Day ia the Bible School 5.1 ------ ?
across the snowy table. HW-PR and Hilda GWYBa. his wife.are' .
won't live wIth him-" (CopJlriglit. JUS. by Martas ..s'.J : defendants, the undersigned Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
"Wby doeslI't lie divorce herr- Special !triter 10 Chancery, appointed Sermon topic: "Publk Opinion."
Dr. Ward. d-; ;spot of buck. loT said decree, will offer
Union AARON McCONNELL
Alk The Baptist Training
Charlotte .hrugged. me auh
1"11 up Monday.STEAMSHIP. for sale and sell at public oelery to. Our Reputation ia
the highest bidder for cask before meets at 7 o'dock. Then Senior 536 Fles.ia. Street WrapPRITCHARD

_____- --_.--- --- ...... the front door of the County CourtHouse BYPU will meet at the putorium. in package JENNIE B DE BOER
'a Key \-to, Monroe County. pod every ,
-I .Florida ou Monctay November 4th. I Evening worship at 8 o'dock. l FUNERAL HOME
A. n. 153$, (Mme being! a rule day Installation service for the of
: of said Court sad a legal sates day) e* '
Co during the legal hours of sale to- ly elected officers of the 1'0"' .1\1.\ The
P & 0 UNITED wit: between 11 O'C"IO'k IJI the at the dose of which the u'l i14 Watch PRINTING Dignified 5.tJ..tIc -
STATES FAST
foreaoon O'clock In the aftersuon De ep
MAIL ROUTES FOR an'i1: day, the following I{I will give a short talk on Courtesy
described property t.o satisfy said I"TyranDy of Things." A DONE BY US

MiAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES decree therein by specified payment: ef the amounts i Tuesday 10 o'dock, all "Day 1 NOTARY PUBLIC

Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, 'Yedneroaya and On the Island of Key West i of Prayer" for state mission., WATCHMAKER JEWELER;: -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER
and is Lot Nine ()1 of Square will be'
A covered dish Luncheon
Satur % to the served at 12 o'clock. ) -
( n. aceordl.g Serftee
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays Martello Towe. _b4iviaWa. Prayer service wednesday See Him For Your' Next w. ARTMAN( ( PRESS Aa'aIaa-
G 30 P. 51.Leave. plat of which is duly reoordedin
flat Book. I, Tess. I'9. in the evening, in charge of the ladies of, ALL PRICES REDUCED ATTENDANT ,
Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. K. I reeords of the County at MoR1' the churda. Citizen Bldg. LADY C: : Offi
_. 'fate of FlOrida. Hearer 9 Ie J2-1 Ie 6 KUoeD,
Sale of tickets for Havaaa will atop .t 8:00 A. M. ALLAN B. CLEAflr., .In.. Choir rebearsal Thursday PHONE 5 I
Special Master In Chane'ery RilIg eve-I Open Saturday Nights Ph... a4a Ne,_ ss...
For f.rtl.er i.f..atioe call PI.11
RATIO R. LORD.
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C J. H. COSTAR A..t. -Solicit.Or for the Complainant Friday
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i PERSONAL MENTIONA. Wears Mark of Master Craftsman [ CLASSIFIED i: POUTICAL .


!. ,PROGRMSUNDAY ...................... AT LOCALCHURCHYOUNG '

A. R. Miller, superintendent of I COLUMN ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY JUST RECEIVED

the P. and O. S. S.-company, whorwas FRESH WESTERN BEEF
'ITO BE RENDERED IN EVENING in Tampa for a business trip, PEOPLE OF LEY MEMORIAL .esssss..s............. NICE HENS
t less: ELECTION NOVEMBER; 4 to 6 pounds each
returned on the Cuba this morn I MISCELLANEOUS .1
METHODIST
AT FIRST 12. 1935
TO HAVE CHARGEOF
1 ing. DIESEL-Men wanted ......o..o.....o.o.o...I Bermuda Meat MarketJohn
CHURCHThe EVENING SERVICE to start I Cobo. Prop.

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bradleywere immediate training in this vicinity For Mayor I Phone 861.W Free Delivery

returning passenger. on the to install operate and servo DR. H. C. GALEY
following has been S Sj Cuba lhis morning. Y .. .9'QS f ice DIESEL ENGINES in pow t -
program .!, The
h Young People of Ley :Memorial
trucks .
er plants, tractors'; ete.I For Mayor.
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;prepared and will be given by'the Miss Rose- >Henrjquez H. arrived( % tfi onthe Church will have charge of I I Consultation' service: and I;tools WM. H. MALONEFor PALACEKark

f Sunday School of the First Methodist Cuba(this morning f"ft.4.i i5Jt the evening service Sunday at chanical'furnished aliri Write atio.8.giving ;:' me Reelection Lugosi! in

with relatives in Tampa.Jerry which time the officers for the ensuing q Srhoeck THE
Church on Sunday evening, year will be installed by Diesel Training. Alton; IHmoun" For RAVENTwo
J beginning at 7:30 oclock. This is '1" 1 tT 111-.4. i. Rev. Mj L. Smith.A sept14-21-28p et5- 9xLOST CouncilmanDR. Comedies
Hernandez arrived! '.wjtJwt ARMANDO COBO
in connection with the annual promotion special program has been arranged ., .. '., Matinees 10-lScl Night: 15-2Se
Cuba this' morningfrom Tampafor which will begin r Cvru; : .
exercises of the school. a visit with relative*.* 7:30 o'clock. promptlyat For Police Justice
i
Opening hymn, "More\ About The program is as follows: LOST-Small change:PurserYr+ T. S. CARO
blue, in front of 627 Southard
.J esus"Congregation. 31ts. R. W. Collins arrived on Prelude) -Miss\ Alice Jenks. I
., street, about 11:30 Friday.: Re-
Prayer-Rev. J. B. Culpepper, the Cuba this morning from Anthem,-Young People's Choir. ward if returned to 627 South- For Captain of Police I I GUARANTEEDSERVICE

.Jr., pastor. Tampa for a visit with relatives. Hymn-Congregation. ard street sept28-lt i ALBERTO CAMERO

Anthem-Church choir. Prayer-Albert Carey. ,I

Remarks r- Gerald Saunders HymnCongregation.ReadingMiss WANTEDTO For Captain of Police

superintendent MASONIC NOTICE Elizabeth Rose ROBERT J. LEWIS

Scripture Lesson-Member, Intermediate DAVID TENNANT, 19-year-old flees in the model coach-building i iI am. BUY HOUSE and pay for "B.I.I.SPECIAL .,."
There will .be called meetingof I
a Announcements. i same in rents. Address Box L,
: DepartmentSongsBeginners' London Ont youth
elected
recently eompetitions o n due t e d by the I II
Anchor Lodge No. 182, F. &; .
I Violin .duet-Mrs. M. L! Smith care of Citizen Office,
Department ioterp.ationl.sideot of the Guild Fisher. Body Craftsman' Guild t : On Your Car For
Awarding of Certificates to A. M, Monday night, September Alvimni,'receives the badgee*.of office I since 1930.. Induction'of the'DeW and ,Mrs.Robert. Dopp, accom- <* sept 8-2tx OFFER I IPERMOOmAVES

,members of Beginners' Department 60, at 8 o'clock at the Scottish from' Raymond* S. Doerr, 23;, of I officers took place at the fifth convention paied by. Miss Jenks. I EVERY MILE OF ITS ,

by the superintend Rite Hall. Work in the E. A. De- Battle. Creek. Mich,,retiring head of the General Motors Scripture reading. WANTED dhance to bid on LIFE

Song-Primary Department. gree. Brethren will take due notice of 'oi-g.nitio.-.whic1i is com- i sponsored educational foundation, Anthem, "Remember Now Thy your next printing.order. Th Tw Permanont, I

Repeating of 23rd Psam! -Pri- I and visitors are welcome. tx>sedvof: the 45 scholarship" winAt 1 held in the City of. Quebec. Creator"-Younl -Peon-- -Ie"-'-, rhnir----... Artman Press: ang7 for gg a QQ When get service
you a
By order of the W.: M. ,. I
Consecration
mIry: Department. -- S. c. Better Waves, $5.00 and

Awarding of certificates of promotion JOHN C. PARK, I.-----'r".........* .:' .i.I.i ...; '... ,Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- FOR RENT MRS. MILLER ap job at Colonial Service

by superintendent. sept2g-2t Secretary. p, r f ; I .. ...5.... per. I I FOR RENT-5roomfurnished] Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J I Station you get the .fj

| Dialogue-Sylvia Roberts andIIOLTSBERG'S Hie odes y r.s Birth d a y C Installation of officers.. apartment. Laundryitubs and type of work that
John' Louis!D.J'.- :: Formation
of cr&a
HIi j 1 : -Officers fo 514l mechanics and
Junior tnv' Stores ........ ... .. ... garage. Margaret street.
I Song- Deptt nr. I aa' Young People's Department. I[ Phone 152-M. septlgtf BENJAMIN LOPEZ I equipment can giv ,':'

Awarding of certificates! of pro f' Frederick MacMonnies! 'New Benediction.Officers: FUNERAL HOME I I _

motion by superintendent York, famed sculptor. :ijboin there. to be installed:are: TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN- I A
Welt long 1
Serving Key guara .
Vocal Duet-Members of Intermediate :72 CCunseilor-Miss Miriam\
years ago Carey.I I ISHED APARTMENT. Conveniences
Department MONDAY .FALL".SPECIALS President-Albert H. Carey. Half Century our work pro ;
SPECIAL : porches. 519 Elizabeth -
SALE OF KAYSER I 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
SILK HOSE, MONDAY AT Awarding of certificates of promotion Outstanding specials on new Homer Saint-Gaudens. director 'fic*-Pr siden -Evelyn..Nile!!. street. Apply 523 South- Licensed Embalaner against any fault

A by superintendent Fall goods-'recently received by lef fine arts, Carnegie Institute Secretary-Mrs.'Tora Curry- I I ard street. sept4 Phone 135 manship and substrtu
l Night 696-\\
Reading-Miss Ida Ken. .HoltsbergV are; shown In.:the advertisement 'Pittsburgh, born in- Boston, 55 Treasurer' Mary Elizabeth of inferior materials-
PAIR75c Song-Young People's Depart r Smith i FURNISHED ,APARTMENT with
:years ago; J r AND YOU GET MORE
today.
ment. Windows,, I Pub icitjSuperintendentJoe Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson -
ofl MILES\ AT
r LOWER
Don't wear yourself outbunting Sermon. "The Garden of Life"' this'store. tell. an interesting *t- Leonard. Nason noted novelist, I Clearer 1001 Eaton street. Phone \\\\lUuaurllSPEND/// COST. '

for hosiery. Here's -The Pastor. of 'the 'type of merchandise' pur=: ;born at Somerville, Mass., 40 Committee Chairmen Mrs. 879J. sept 4-1 mox

best the best possible hose at the Closing hymn, "Living for Je- eh sed'by* !-Ir. ''Holts'berg on;:1"recent years'ago.Elmer Robert Dopp Mrs. Margaret Johnson / You Can
possible price. It's a sus" FOR SALE Depend on
Congregation. ,- Roberta Matcovich Archie
.. YOURVACATION
KAYSER Mirokleer Flawless, 'buying! :trip in JfewYprk. .
Benediction. Roberts
First Rice of New York, playwrIght ;:
Quality, Thread Sheer. MehtionedJin.the. advertisement TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
And if yon lean to service i is a Iotof.C.K.: Ie and Mallin- born -there, .43. years ago.Today's Colonial
w weights, have r- William S. Paley president of I I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. t
we a lovely grade son's.silk3t0be.sold: *
at the same price. All hole in half their ; Monday at, ....................... the Columbia Broadcasting System Mg7 :: THIS YEAR IN =
the new fall shades. regul.r'alue.. ( born in Chicago 34, t
REMEMBER-KAYSER HOSE One'of. the-,largest'an ago.
ON SALE MONDAY j jHOLTSBERG'S, of-Fall dresses is.l owon'; I co'.ors. 1405 Petronia .
AT
PAIR_ A display in scores' of' -materials, .e:..... S............ street. &ept2 -3tx Crucoe Prop.
Carl R. Gray, president of the: !
5t-1es. nd.'coIon.: '. A high intelligence with lofty Union Pacific P. R.. born at SECOND SHEETS-SCO for 50e.The I PHONE 397
7 5 ;Monday Fall Specials aspirations .comes from this degree I
M .1 C EXPRESSES CONFIDENCE. ; but there is a tendency to Princeton Ark, 68 years ago. Artman Press. ug7 a ll 11/lll.I.\\\\

-AT- SEE OUR WINDOW DIS-- Local merchant 'who has mani- force"the-.y rather than to gainit
g od'spirit': is-Joe. by''.per uasion. Guard against
ested a Pearl-
PLAYS-THEY TELL this as much-possible: for thereis
HOLTSBERG'SBE man, who has..recently returned
I from' danger 'of getting hurt by the
THE STORY a buying trip in New York. .
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'desirerunning' ''With 'the
away
His confidence
and optimism .. .
One lot of C. K. EAGLEand concerning: the .future prosperityof control 'of the temper., "TVT; t

the city: is shown in bJs advertisement .
MALLINSON'S In this-issue in -which he ceisfnl in .securing' for. his store N o more Y-gsee ssa rid-by-golly' baking

FASHIONABLEWear announces the arrival of Fall a line of ready-to-wear, shoes .
and other merchandise that is outstanding -
the Latest Creations IB SILKS Merchandiserecently! purchased.
in every. detaiL t
According- the advertisement
Fall FootwearFor CREPES the'purchases this '
yearare .heav
TRIPLE SHEERSin ier than :ever as JelL Pearlinan ii FALL FASHION DISPLAY"" ve discovered Calumet'sbig

Street convinced.'that this c.ity'wilt enjoy Charles Aronovitr 'of D. Arono-
Sport and EveningWear I
Now Featured at prints, stripes, checks, the biggest tourist season; in its vitz Department Store has just re-

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t THE STORE OF FASHION dots and bordered history. turned! from a buying. trip.atFity-;

SHOES selected, by !Mr. Ap- prints I A,GOOD' SELECTION ern markets. Merchandise purchased -1 1O/ "
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Regular $1.00 and $1.25
on
.pelrouth in New York and 'ofythe: has been received And 1 new can
Eastern Markets :;Ont New -Yorkmarkets.where ,
are smartly sale Monday at placed on. display. 'r I
.different-Suedes, Kids, Com- rst;lea are shoirn ..first-. 'I.Appelrputh Aronovitz in andespecially :
.store- general
binations; high, medium and ,ot:The. Store! of, ri!s-
Baby Louis Heels; Pumps I 49c'PRINTED hion -speVt considerable ',time selecting the windows presents an! SAYS MRS. WEN H. FLEMING, OF

Ties. T. Straps and Sandals. I wetockef! f FalNmerchnadijewfirch !! inspiring picture 'of the.. season's i 123S JUDSON AVB., KVANSTON,ILL
Black Brown new styles and colors. t ', P
Navy, Green, he'.cJeeniedswiteWe to the i
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Red, Silver and Gold. '' CREPE i individual r heeds 1! of hisc'u| \Comers; : All wearing apparel, aloes .and i ..
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OUR SHOES ARE FASHION Merchandise received-this week accessories are< now on display,>at:
DRESSES. The latest!I
ABLE. ULTRA SMART- t is store.
and placed en display uproof! that :
'YET SO LOW, IN PRICE in newest i in a-
NEW style-the Mr. Appelrouth.was, highly! sueOTICK. 'i

COATS ARE AND DIFFERENT DRESSESTHAT' I colors. On sale Monday J i MONROE THEATER 4L

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Exciting Fall Fashions! From All state. and <-.rtinty occupational.-: Franchot Tone-Charlie Ruggles
liquor. .I.*r, and ,wine license for -
pjiif-\ collection! you will have no i 1.98 t531-36.are due and payaWe.' October -in----: ,.
trouble. choosing the style of : J let: at the County Tax Collect, NO MORE LADIES s
Di\|! and Coat best suited to tore ,.-officeInf the County Court I
yoiit individual need. Make !J house I Matinee; Balcony, 10c; Orchestral '
an FALL TWEEDS in thej f FRANK H. LAnf>, 1 I -
tatty selection. Don't OVl'r'look I 1S-2Oes Ni "ta 15-25 ci- ..
**pt2I 3' County Tax Collector.PEARLMAN'S : _
our 2-piece Suits and j new patterns,.and colors.I j I ,. < t ?
Ccrded Dress-cs, sl' | I r t t
,cial .1\.mcay\ 8195 On sale Monday 4 yardsfor 1" t tI : .1 ; r ,
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Beautiful assemblage of ti"h

Ladies and M.si-es' OVER I Inc., .
COATS. ,' D.ARONOVIH-" 1

FEATURED FALL SILKS- I 79cAfter WE HAVE CONFIDENCE ,

Spectacular showing of the WEST- DEPARTMENT STORE I 1 + '
KEY
SEASON'S NEWEST
includ- a careful scanning of the We believe' it will more' ,iA A SIMPLE TWIST... .'<** u-0/r* ft/to
ing Mctalisscs, Satin Back emerge 618 DUVAL STREET y
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New York markets by Mr. Holts-j .l.t d A Mr.m*Mnt.m t tnml e./i.
Canton, Crepe Marina, Pick- !I victorious than ever from its
j berjj we are proud to present our AND LOOaI ls.W a4r'.reWlwp! .ae-
wick and the famous Mallin- fall selection of merchandise r: present temporary handicaps l NEW FALL GOODS .t ar w.wd.r N as h1id'
son's in j ) With this attitude, we visited d
all fall shades i
foremost in and
which is
i style the eastern markets and made Now showing most outstanding -
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40 shades Heavy Quality Satin quality but yet at popular prices.,
selection of- line of Ladies' Dresses ever
personal
Back Silk Crepe all Drop around and we shall' be clad I al
shown in the
I city-
fall to how our FALL AND ,WINTER i
shading Q1 1| f\f\\ \ you I I
yard .. I WEARING APPAREL VELVETS WOOLENS
FALL DRESSES, IN ALL SIZES, And we can truthfully say that I
20 pieces printed and Plain
SILK CREPES
INCLUDING! I I thisyear have gathered ani
Silks!, to close out. I '!
50c of merchandise! second -to' OTHER NOVELTY .
yard Junior Misses Dresses I none MATERIALS '; I"NO NBED FOR any woman to take f .
You need only: .
anywhere. in .large varictr of .1. ft f
I chances with her baking now, she] says. It
10 pieces Printed Cot15c r Velvet Dresses to visit our store to become as!t shades--Black; Brown NavY
ton Tweed, .... enthusiastic as I Red, Green t t ?That new lOc can of Calumet certainly
Evening Dresses we are. I Purple; }Prices. toa.it } c '
that the best can be bought at
NEW ARRIVALS means very *
Metallic Corded Dresses : Gorg-eoas. Evening Gowns,J, any parse 1. ,1 IanythingbutpetteetukesCalumeteata
b.rgaio.Wlut'atheaeaseoflwttingupwitb
THE d
FOB HOME Wrap..and Slippers f
Among the new things for Children's Dresses 'a *$-s-.tU.I: Sport Street andVAyt NEW EVENING. WRAPS : ?* t;

the home purchased by Mr. Ap- Coats, Coat-SniU and EnsemMosWoolea i V s y's ,Froekatttc.eiv. 1| AND EVENING DRESSESin Why does Calumet give such astonishing
pelrouth in New York are: Up- Skirts and Silk Blouse Coats, Swagger Snitsf t, all the leading fall xhades- '"b. in&luck"Why is it different: from other -

To-Date Ready Made Curtains, to match .l !tS.ital! '- 1 j come. in and look them overj!:- bakiagpowdcn?,

Curtain Tapestries! Gvoda.Scarfs. Sots Draperies, Pillows -, ,Fall Hats: i in. ...tla... ..w -up (Skirts,' Neckwear and Scarfs, ,I Ijag we are sure- you will like theft.Largest It's becawe oCthe way Calumet combine -

Table Cloths. BedSpreads and children: "sixes j. ;it. 1"' Hats Cloves Smart! assortment of CHIL. twodiatinct leavening action*.A quick actkn aye.oaf's .
.. Fancy Pillows and Shirley Temple Hats for chitdrea DREN'S'DRESSES in,woolens, Mrs. fk f't for the mixing bowl-act free by liquid.A ,.
Pillows. three styles AM lan," NI' lower actica for the free beat. "
Silk .t. every department Is. 'cottons and silks .., :i .rrrawpu- oven-set by
Special Sale Monday on 3- "Never-Wet" Fall Bats complete and' outstanding. All s t.(2egasl Calomet'a i1oub1e'action is so perfectly! i .

year guaranteed Sheets and Fall Silks Crepes Tweeds Vel. items priced for quick selling. Ladies' and Juniors' WOOLEN CAOC uTE LAt) Wa 'hca,. orotLtr- balanced and controlled that it produce

Pillow Cases. vets MONDAY SALE SPRING COATS AND aii.cuc= 1= perfect leavening. And it'* perfection that
2 doz. Rayon Silk Qff| \ COAT SUITS in a beautiful aa 2___ 1 tea '
OJ-.Ulf Fall Shoes, ist snedes. patents Beginning 4:30 A. M. 2'4-apo adcr you can always count; OB
Bed BaIa & cap-
Spreads silks and combinationsFall Printed Tweeds and Foulards, array of'colors; prices .. "
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Visit hit store cad look over hose in the shades special yard ___,..."....._ UCI I 85.95 1 6. ,p e der..
our tremendous line of new new New Sillr Blouse .._...;..:.:.. __ 9Sc UP S ft----s ;draod
Fall Goods. Sequin and beaded evening New Plaid Skirt ..._,,___"..__.. $1.6SJ: odd t .aaf' a.d ben All Calumet I
-THE- bagsThe New $3.00 Silk Dresses ..,.. $1.88' New assortment, of FALL may a prices
new gold and silver metalli. New Flannel Jacket_...... .. $2.95 SHOES for Ladies and Chit ,/1dd tour. 'l.dd _
STORE OF FASHION Scarfs and Belts Dainty Slip-Over Sweaters $1.251New dren. Blacks. Browns. Navy .ma'mss ..- 3ri'vss -

(, The new metallic cloth fee Wool Tweed and Flannel Blue; Pumps Oxfords-Low Ifs paasie emoad & e nirtiasenM"' I fTTtT" f* f* ,I Calomel i is now actGa'at the few.
Ladies Store Evening GownsThe Suits ..0. ..:_._.. '13,95 to $5.95'Boys' and High Heels, pair a8dtfdca"'Caka- ., -...., are J-V/TTV'A .
City' Leading 3-Piece ii1 pry at prWca i.ice history The Ft.lt!
I. APPELROUTH I I i Evening new Gowns brocaded satin for Dad'.. $8.00 Long value Panta_ Suitslike $5.95' 81.98.- i. cars lrads"J 7 t",,,5&m0'I""'I- Po.n4. Can BOW"n. rc,.1ad7'"ooI.25e..AM if?_meat a iskalUr.*U._

New Silk.Dresses____ _._... $3.95. i' < "t the sew,Iai|lOo can-a lot of food bskjef for a dime with Calumet-: tho
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