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 30, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00312
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I f For Ataociated Best 65 Interests Years Service.Preas Devoted of Key Da 1.West to Wire the 1Eb t 1&cp Wt

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New OrganizatiQ \ Set Up To Combat Futility Of State Dictatorship Key West Sewerage : rpject Given

PresiddntuRoosevelt And "New Deal" Such As That Of Long Greatly

Approval By Roosevelt And Various
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Formation Of Group To JEWISH HOUDAY MORE PROJECTS I Discussed By Many Politicians

Uphold Constitution In OBSERVEDI TO BEGIN HEREOVER I ,.. -
TO BE Agencies Operating Under WPAONLY

.Activities Brings Back I SUNDAY OCT. 6 i ROBERT TYNES I Subject Becomes One Of !

Familiar Name I _, ONE HUNDRED MEN I ISARRAIGNEDSENTENCED i Main Topics Of Conver- -. -




Three new WPA projects which After ConferenceOn
: The latest organization set up to ATONEMENT will put 101 men to work will be CRIMINAL COURT HERBERT PLUMMER

launched in Key West tomorrow. (liT A'-I.'C' Freer) Subject
combat President Rooaevelt and -
Authorization for the work was WASHINGTON Sept. 30-

the "new deal**-the "Southern The chanting of the Kol Nidre, received at WPA headquartershere Robert H. Tynes, colored at a PRICES FOR THIS PRODUCT THREE ATTEMPTS HAVE
today from L. S. Kickards, The futility of a state dictatorshipsuch
the traditional of recessed session of criminal court
Com.itte to Uphold the Co.-! prayer repent- assistant state WPA administrator. SHOWN TO BE FARTHER BEEN MADE. LEAVING CITY M. E. Gilfond, Key West
ance fur the Jewish people, will this morning, entered a plea of as that of the late Hue
BELOW THAN ANY OF OTHER district director of the Flor-
stitution"-brings back to the national usher in Yom Kippur the Jewish : Beautification of parks and guilty to a charge: of violating the in WITHOUT ANY ORDINANCE
Long Louisiana
one of. the
scene a name long familiarto Day of Atonement known also as playgrounds will provide employ-I State Plant Board Act of 1927. I MEATS: REGULATING TRAFFIC WPA, returned to Key

the "S.bhth of S-1 !.aths." With ,ment for 45 men. Developmentof He was sentenced by Judge J.I principal topics of conversationamong West yesterday aboard the
Washington observers. I I'I '
the of the athletic facilities in city parks Vinjng Harris to three
setting sun on Sunday, f serve politicians and political plane of Miami-Key
I ... West
will put 20 men to work and the I C liT A.-c.tPOi r. )
It is John Henry Kirby, a t.11.1 I October C, Jews throughout the I months in county jail to run concurrently After three attempts by city
third project development of the i observers around Washington.And WASHINGTON Sept. 30. : Airways, Inc., after spend-
world vri.l; begin daof I
i a prayer, with a sentence of four council frame
broad shouldered white haired: botanical garden adjacent to the I to and past aa ordinance
cf self-scrutiny and l repentance. months the conclusion usually Lamb seems to have remained thee ing more than two weeks in
golf course, will require the labor received last week when i arrived
Worldly thoughts will be replacedby governing the sale of
Texan who heads the organira- I
I a searching analysis of one's of 36 men. found guilty of assault and battery -: at in such discussions is th good little child of the meat familj Jacksonville and Washington ,
tioa launched in the southern and All of these projects are in two I liquor in Key West the city is today -
conduct by each individual.! on representatives of the part of the time in
keeping with the program to make I familiar "I told you so." considered from the viewpoint com-

border states to prevent the send Through prayer and repentance Key West attractive to winter board. I j I I without- such, ordinance and pany \ith Julius F. Stone.
for his sins, will he make his visitors. Charges of interfering with! The death of the Louisiana of the housewife who watches
jug of delegates to the Democratic peace with God and man, and l renew in''I tomorrow will be October 1, the jr., fo ner Florida ERA ad-
his effort for a life of right- Starting of the three new projects Chief Deputy Bernard Waite *kingfih" at the hands of an assassin the budget closely.Prices !
tomorrow is in keeping with date on which licenses should be mjnistr tor, working
national convention in 1936 eousness. Regular cervices will be discharge of his duty were: : on
; for lamb
the policy of the Key West Ad-" ;: came in the near peak of stiii are farther
instructed for President Roose conducted at the local synagogue.by dropped when Tynes apologized:! ,, ( secured. WPA r ejects for Key West
ministration to Key West '
Rev. Kri4al. un-I : his state dictatorial below the 1930 prices than of
Phillip : for his actions in the of, career and bisI any
employed to work fast presence The first I Every and branch
velt. Yom Kippur is the culminationof as as authorization -' I of these proposed agency "
is received. the court. j I I one-man rule left his lieutenants the other meat., although they I of the Works Progress Administration -
a ten-day period of penitence I ordinances
Kirby, now 74 and a Democrat, Beatrice Tate, colored, pleaded passed its first readinglast from President
which with the from
begins religious are
i in a
confusion as to which, if up year ago.
first came into the limelight back New Year. Traditionally Godis PLANE BRINGS IN guilty to a charge: of violating the:* any week but was killed on its Roosevelt on down, has given
in 1929 when a senate committee regarded as the righteous plant act. Sentence was sus-:!i individual could carry on. Pork chops and sliced bacon on I second This approval to the proposed
reading. ordinance
headed by the late Thad Carawayof Judge who inscribes each individual NINE PASSENGERS pended when the promised toj I!I Tight-bound as Long's the other hand, not only have project for sewers and water

Arkansas in the "Book of Life" on !i abide by the law and allow agentsof organ | equalled their 1930 prices, but i was based on that which is used distribution system, and the
was conducting an
the New Year, and seals the de- the plant board ingress to her ization was, built up solidly from, passed them. i I project calling for an expenditure
investigation into lobbying in by the city of Miami.
cree upon Yom Kippur. Penitence. property to spray trees when the ground over a period of somej : Food of approximately
Washington. His name was linked I I prayer and charity serve as man's TEN LEAVE IN AFTERNOON necessary. :'j i seven years he ruled it single]1 the two weeks generally during I The second ordinance which I.OOOrOOO., needs only the

by the committee with the so- intermediaries at this time. Woodrow Sands colored, handed for the most j ending August 27, approval of the] Comptroller'sOffice

called Southern Tariff Associa-II Essential to any real atonement I ON RETURN TRIP pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement it part "controlling -I increased six-tenths of one per I followed along the lines of the one before authorization

tion. are not only true repentance and TO MIAMI and was sentenced to by "favor or fear. Hej it cent. They are 14.9 percent higher used in Fort Lauderdale can come for the work to

,I prayer forgiveness_ but also a tiro months in jail to date frog i made all decisions distrusting theI than the same month two yenta ; passed'the start. Director COfyKd-sud.

He is"a man of very considerable -; change of heart enobling the will I 'i the day of his arrest. I, i initiative i of his subordinates.' ago, the bureau of labor statistics I council but was vetoed by However, until that approvalis

means*' the Caraway com-:rand I l resulting in an effort to do Albert McKinney colored* Because of the structure of his ; received and money is al
There were nine ar- finds, but they 'are still 14.4 Mayor Wins .
H. Malone.Saturday
passengers -
better. Each human percent
being should located the
|mittee described him in its report; acknowledged he was guilty of! project cannot
political machine the
riving on the from Miami aftermath I
I below the level of
stand before his Maker seeking in five years begin.
[ petty larceny and sentenced
to the senate "and no little was afternoon council met
prom yesterday which arrived
shortly of his death eb-
honesty to make his record clean. was expected by When
: to two months ago. Mr. Gilfond left Washington
in county jail I I
inence in his state after 1 o'clock and 10
and ,
perhaps This necessitates not only re- passengersleft servers to find his lieutenants divided Some Items Drop I to consider another regulatory law the project application
I throughout the south.Supported pentance, and the resolve to tread for Miami m' the afternoon.On factionally in effort to-I| I was on the President's desk, he
the plane arriving were: M. START an The most marked increases the based on the bill passed by the :
the of righteousness, but
Roosevelt"He path re- controLProphecy said this morning, and when he
E. Gilfond Mrs. Stephen Cochran gain last the in
tribution for whatever sinful deedshe year says bureau came
is undoubtedly a sincere I i I date at the last session: ,f the reached Jacksonville word was re-
may have committed toward hU Singleton. Lilly Caraballo Everett Withdrawn the prises of eggs, meats, fats ceived from Mr. Stone that
protagonist for tariff legislation fellowman. Wherever it is possible,j J I Melvin Sawyer, Lauriette Sawyer, Such has happened. and oils. At the same time the I Florida legislature. It was passedon President Roosevelt had given his
proposed by Republican advocates Jews should make amends for Russell. Katherine 1I0usI "I
any "After all is said and done approval to the
ton. Laura prices were slipping downward for its first
Spencer J. G. Curtis. reading.
of that policy, though professingto wrongdoing toward their fellowmen -
"Without the' asMttance
one of Long's closest friends said of MV.
The of and bring about reconciliation Departing were: Guilreymo Russell OFFICERS: NAMED FOR HIGH It cereals, dairy products, fruits and This Stone
a Democrat. use j I ; Hollis[ Bennett. Mildred Sib- when the end came "I believe r vegetables. morning, with a group of we never would have been
I between those who have been
the name of Kirby gives a fictitious -| I SCHOOL ANNUAL i able to get as many projects
ley. Harry C. Galey, E. F. White, AT MEETING members
estranged from each other. I II every man in the Long organ Housewives afforded of the Key West Ministerial through
virtue and value to the Dan Navarro, Leo Warren. John are as we did while I was in
I The day has a most wholesome I ization will his love and de "
HELD put
I ON FRIDAY guide to economical buying Alliance Washington, Director Gilfond
Southern Tariff Association but f Good, B. b[ Duncan and Charles ai' present the matter
spiritualizing influence. Its appeal votion said.
above 1 "The i
Tift. Long personal the indices issued the interest' Me. Stone
his part in its doings is negligible.I 1 does not rest upon any historical I I ambition and that the organization by was again considered and after showed in the project applications
'I It They show that all meats
incident. is not a commemoration are
Kirby supported President Joseph II. Richardson (Booty) coming from Key West indicates
will show united front i in being amended
a it read and
but a direct appeal to the than was
Roosevelt in 1932, but he declares I STEAMER CUBA was named ai' Editor-in-Chief of higher priced they were.a dearly h. continued mJerest -
human heart and conscience an I support of candidates endorsedby I
he is now through with the 1936 edition of the Key West year ago but that some prices was ready to be voted on. in the welfare 'of Key"
||r emphasis upon the duty of per-: SAILED SUNDAYFLORIDA h High School Annual at a class the organization." have increased much less than West."

him.The "Southern Committee to! sonal communion with God the I meeting Held at the Senior home Hardly having finished this others. I Councilman Ralph B. Finder,I Director Gilfond spent more

Uphold the Constitution" has as"source: of all righteousness, in the room Friday afternoon. statement he saws front page There were only five foods]1 i president of council pro tern, than a week in Washington works -
effort make life
to human
our as
its principal tenet that the "new Godlike DUE TO ARRIVE IN Delio Cruz was named as business i newspaper account of Long's tabulated by the bureau which]j waited in vain for a motion. II ing with Mr/Stone night and day:;

deal" program has been in viola as possible.The of for manager., ;I lieutenants wrangling' for controL cost more on August 27 than they j i then called on the body for a mo- on the various project application!'
promise pardon PORT TOMORROW MORN-
tion of the Constitution through I Other.membersiof the staff areas i He put thepapes''down with I(did the same month five years tion. from Key West.
genuine penitence is ever present No response. lie called a
out. ING FROM MIAMI follows < the laconic observation:' "Never: (, ago. They were wheat flour, lie broagnt other reports and
in the ritual of the and divine
day. second time
A Man-Sized Job ] i First Asst. Editor-George Collins mind my statement.. Forget it."![sliced bacon, pork chops, canned, and .received the announcement which anger well
is assured to
The move is in no way an attempt 'I Steamship Cuba of the P. and i'_ I' It was through state political f peas, and pure lard. f same reply-no motion. A third for Key West, saying that Conrad
those whose repentance is honest,
to organize a third party] and whose desire to return to a II O. S. S. Co-. held over from the .. Second Asst. Editor Anne factionalism that L ngas en-I|| Oranges of all the foods is thelowest : and last call was issued. .:Silence Van Hyning, State ERA administration

As he it Saturday sailing until yesterday Kennedy. abled to his when with and State Welfare
says Kirby. explains a good life is genuine. 1 t I climb to dictator: priced compared :j reigned supreme, add the ordinj -
force is being enlisted "to oppose l' morning sailed for Havana and is Circulation Manager-Chester ship. Shortly after he took of- five years ago and lard the high ance declared defunct. Commissioner, had given assurance -
that combination of socialistic I t,. I Ir I due to return this afternoon main- Knowles. fice as governor in 1928, he began 'I est. Navy beans and white potatoes 'j was that by the first of Novem-

professors and communist sympathizers -!i EDWARD\ CURRY taining the regular schedule. Asst. Circulation Manager- to build his organization by! have remained almost as I The non-passage of a,liquor license ber at least temporary slips will

wielding such influence' I Steamship Florida is due to arrive :Nicholas Goshorn. playing faction against faction. I I far behind the price advance as ordinance at this time have been erected at Snake Creek

in the administration of the affairs -!I r I tomorrow morning from Mi- Sport Editor-George Perpall. Gradually he merged with his I places the city: in a rather peculiar I so that ferric can operate from

of our government It is i DIED ON SUNDAY ami with passengers and freight Asst Sport Editor-Emil Saw- group of submerged major poli- I position, it was said by a prominent No Name Key to that point, making

composed of Democrats still faith-!', and mail for Key West and Ha yer.Art tical factions, his final victory WARD highway travel possible from
attorney inasmuch
ful to the principles of the Declaration vane Iditor-Edty Mor.no.- coming in New Orleans where he CONNOR I I aa they are the mainland to Key Writ!

of Independence." II' FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Steamship Colorado, of the Asst. Art Editor -*- Beatrice split wide open during the past due in both city and county tomor This will take care of Borne or

Politicians are agreed that Kir-I Clyde-Mallory Lines, is due to ar- Spence. year the "old regular" organization DIED YESTERDAY row. the needed freight BOW being delayed -

by and his associates have picked CONDUCTED THIS AFTERNOON rive in port 8 o'clock this evening, Detail F..ditor-Jeff Knifht.,; which had dominated the Tax Collector Frank 1L Ladd of and will abe make it po!'-

out a man-sized job for them I from New York. The ship's Asst. Detail Editor- Faye politics of Louisiana's principal the county has been authorized to sible for the large lumber of
schedule called for her arrival Adams. tourists planning to drive to Key
the for I I
selves in bucking powerful organization city years. collect
I yel'terdaYbut weather conditions Joke Editor-Joe Pinder. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD liquor license payments West for the season to make the
in the south set by Foes 'Decr.ed'In
I I prevented. it is said. Work on getting up materialand l tomorrow from all who offer and trip. he pointed oat. .
the administration and "Big Jim"Farley. Edward Curry. 64, died 12:30,, his early years as governorhe HERE THIS
I : financing the book will begin with no Answering an inquiry that has
existing city ordinance the
They admit however.!!): kept a black-covered: book I
o'clock in the
that although the effort to yesterday morning I ;immediately and the staff has resolved listing the political register of AFTERNOONEdward municipality can have no claim,onj; come from many merchants in
residence MRS.
pre-J:|r at 828 Eaton street.I I I WILSON to make this book the best I I Key West relatvie to payment for
vent delegates going to the na Funeral services will be held 4:45j : yet says Editor Joe the state. In it was classified I any funds paid in. rf, .. ,,'f,. material. famished by them, diir-
tionel convention instructed for;j!:o'clock this afternoon from the friend and foe. As the years I In other ,
The 1936 Richardson.1 word;, the Hiralion'-w fact the storm relief period. Mr.
Roosevelt may fail, trouble for Lopez.: Funeral Home chapel. Rev.]I ON VISIT HERE which. is expected to passed the list of foes decreasedto Joseph Connor, jr., 34, this: Should every dealc in Key1 Gflfond raid that while he was in
the administration may result'from :.Arthur B, Dimmick. of St. Paul's"I s 60. will be one of the largest a group that was determined i died 5:30 o'clock yesterday morning :' ,Miami the latter part of lat wet"k.he .
West Ifc'enJe1
decide tbefr'
the "Southern Connmittet; I I I : never to deal with him or his or- I at the residence 723 Fleming to secure !
|I Episcopal.Church! ( officiating. STAYING AT HOME OF PAR. classes to graduate from Key determined definitely that all
activity. 1 I I Pallbearers are Kelsie Curry, West High School.COUNTY ganization.His :street Funeral services are be- tomorrow, or at anytime;"before;; : (bills had been checked and that he

|I Charles, Mathews. Chester Thomp- ENTS. MR. AND MRS.KIRCHHEINER first state legislature ing held 'this afternoon 3:45 the city does pas an ,,"fr4; +anr c I expects Cheek' ferriw" on the S,

1 1CORnIACKS' I son', Mervin Thompson. Hilton which impeached him was a_ o'clock from the residence to St. relative to the sale of liqn&tvanA, f S. FlaY -k1a tofriWTiW* '

NEW\ ARRIVAL AT ;.I Kemp and Aaron Diaz. I BOARD marked political contrast to, his i Paul's Episcopal Church. Rev. A"r- pay up at the county the c 1 Joeepbine Roche, assistant. *?c-

The deceased is survived by his Mr*. Louis Wilson, nee Ruth last" which with hardly a voice of thur B. Dimmick, officiating. could not collect one penny of I i retary of the\reasury in rharjre f.f

HOMEAn sister, Mrs. Rutledge Curry.ADYiSORY Kirchheiner, i iA in Key West MEETCTONIGHT i opposition, enacted all legislation I Lopez Funeral Home is in liquor license until next year I Public Health, has given her endorsement -

j :spending!' a while with her parents .I he dictated. charge of arrangements. October 1. to the proposed chil

I Mr. and M.s. Otto Kirch- 1 Ever foremost in his interestwas Mr Connor is survived by his After the ordinance matter was dren's hospital project h"r*. This

ght-po-::; heiner at the! home 1229 White- his political empire. Even I widow, Mrs. Margaret Virginia disposed of a motion was passed project, if carried through, will

.; girl' was born II head street. There will be a special meetingof the pain of the assassin's balletdidn't I I Connor one daughter, Catherine authorizing the payment of $20 provide beds for approximately

t last Monday evening to Mr. and;I! ADVISORY 10:00 A. :M.: The Mrs. Wilson is making her home I the board of county commisrioners -i bring him the thought of I Virginia and one son. Edward. for the stenographer who workedon 300 child patients suffering reu-

Mrs. Donald Cormack. 529 Wil.tropical disturbance is central 1 in New Orleans. La., where Mr. : tonight in the office of death but curiosity to know why!}' One sister Mrs. :Marie Hughes of the ordinances. ntatie heart' troaMe.

liam street !Irbout latitude 3140 N., and Wilson is a student of pharmacy Clerk Ross C. Sawyer. the man had shot him. Philadelphia. Penn. Clerk Wallace Pinder read a Shortly after his: return yester"

The little lady has been named longitude 73* W.. moving rapidly'I at Loyola University. The object of the meeting is to t The first words the "kingfish"I I Knights of Pythias Lodge of communication from T. B. Bennett day. Director GOfond *ftH.d a

Margaret Elizabeth. Mother and northeastward attended" by shift- Mrs. Wilson arrived by plane consider the 1935 and '36 tentative littered as he was carried from which the deceased was a member tax agent of the Florida East meeting of the local WPA staff,

baby are doing welL 'I IAPra. j I ing gales and hurricane winds from Miami last week and expects bucket which has been corn-' the scene of the assassination I are attending!' the services in Coast Railway company asking and machinery was set hi motion

Cormack was formerly I''' near center. Caution advised I I to remain with her parents for piled by Mr. Sawyer and will be I were: I I. a body and pallbearers were selected that the council meet with him on for carrying out as much work as

Miss Anne Gandolfo. '1 I vessels in path. three weeks. analyzed at the meeting. 1 "I wonder why he shot me." t from the membership. October 8. No action was taken. has been approved.



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148 YEARS OF CQNSTITUTIONAL ........................

r LIBERTYOn I J l TODAY'STemparatvr 'WEATHER 11 Today In History {

Tilt 1 1'I ........................ 1'I
JOB September 17, the Constitution of 1 420-Died-Saint Jerome, one j
660 miles east of Savannah, Ga.. of the four Latin father of the
the United States was 148 old. Observation I
years Highest! ......................___.._.._....85 moving rapidly northeastward. It' church at Bethlehem, aged about
Only Dally of Constitution Day has focused Lowest '00' .....,., .00.. ...-,.......76 is attended by shifting gales and 80.

public attention on that great documentand -- }Iean. .. ...00...*... .. ... __ .....841.hurricane winds near center. ::

Entered at : on the dangers that are now besetting 1Et M9f1+A&ESASrx'VMA Normal Mean .___...._..___. .. ....81 Disturbances a-e central thismorning ''I 'l92-An attack of over 700
.. r -Xaiofall Indians Buchanan's Station.
it. 1 I over the LaVe Superior on
the _. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. region and Golf of St. Lawrence, I near Nashville, Tenn., repulsedby !;
tnr :
tt ;)r ry not' It is no exaggeration to say that Con- ; MittS l Normal Precipitation __. .17 Ins.' Duluth, Minn., 29.46 inches, and! garrison of 15 men.1800Threatened .
_the local stitutional rights and privileges are Tal I.* rrrrd rmvrn 24-a.wr. |.wrl 4'
men- Father Point, Quebec 29.58 inches -
..KlGIORrNG rudlHo .l o .*rlck thla __..... .
aced-that political experimentation with y Tomorrow's Almanac ; while,high pressure areas are I I' war between

< theories of alien origin are usually)) the direct Sun "rises. ..__.......00.. 5:19-a. m.. crested' over the upper Ohio \'al- U. S.. and France avoided tj: i iP&O

anti-thesis ,, ? Tile,,L ; OOPER. Sun sets! ___... ..-.---.-* 6:1-1 p. m.f fjdoon ley, and fr northward, Parkers' treaty.
of the American scheme of *lOUlf- PUTS INMOUKSVATCHINO ttrg W. Va., 30.10' inches. and '--
- THETRMNt 'rises ....__ ._ h'''. 9:41 a.
line Tear government-and that many of the poli- WA11ACEEERY y PPQJICTIO/NSiS Moon seta __ ___.__.. 3:33 p. m.1 Calgarj. Alberta, 30.24 inches I 1918-President Wilson draws
Months :: e s.c I HANDLE TMACHINES riF Fair weather has prevailed first daft number at noon.
ticians who service the
&re. & tJ I pay lip to Con- VRESRtD ASOO AT Tomorrow's Tide.A.M. '
throughout mo t sectionsduring] .
One Month .. 13.BENGAL ME MGM STUOtCH (
weekly stitution in high-sounding speeches, are RFoAASCNE tai AtDKe01iNTiRO \ "P.M. the last 24 hours except in southeastern 1932 Died-Jesse Pomeroy,
among the leaders of those who emasculate XSWUGtWEWJ KWJ! V I;) THE MYT INTILti. High ................. 12:19 Florida the Lake Superior '; Massachusetts'' famous lifer, in

ofade it. OPERATE Hill BE ABLE OM TO! Low .. ..........? 5:40: 5:10 region and Ncrth: Atlantic States ,; prison 5C years.per
Barometer 8 a. m. todays where there have been' light rain ,
respect All reading, Some are urging that a Constitutional I --1c1 Sea level, 29.82.WEATMEX Temperatures are unseasonably I I Ohio Valley, western Ne*'s

the Notices rate of for 1 Amendment be passed whereby Congressand 1 i'D wAuAQE irYTRUI BEERY! VAS ADIREC'TOP low over most of the eastern II!I York, and eastern Ohio. *-'

a revenue is the President would be given vastly FOR a BbONeo VTSlitN BItLYANDERSON. PIGTURES FORECASTTill half of the cobnlry. with light to I|I G S. KENNEDY ''
Th Citizen .ON lb&DEttPX hIM heavy frost this morning in the up-1 I Officer in Charge
sion of. public broader powers than they now possess-in PALM SPt NOS.BEFORE RitC'M ( "8 p. nu, Tuesday) i I

cat later-, ;..11'=1.t but 'spite of the fact that such an amendment .wALLAeE EERY l i 11 R E E Sl'RE TXF F MECPA N Si ARS Cf/ Key West and Vicinity: Partly 1-----' --
cloudy tonight pos-I
would very possibly make the Bill of THUNDER STOAM AND THE WCUNT
Rights meaningless. Others advocate a His VAieH IIT'S ? \\ // I ;
law depriving the Supreme, Court of its -t@l' / UNITED STATES FAST

right to pass on the constitutionality of TRUE! that Richard Boleslawski's novel. 'Way of a 1 WAIL ROUTES FOR

that would Lancer has recently been translated into German", says artist TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
legislation-even though eli- MIAMI-PORT
1. Wiley Padan. "This is the eighth language in which it has bee : \\ 1 1 1.fb and
minate the principal reason for the very issued: Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays
2. I Saturdays 8:30 A. M.
existence of the Court and make it different "
no ..., I IIEY V "
I d and Thursdays
-- :r' r T .- Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays
from lower tribunals. Still othersare ........................ I .. 1 6:30 P. M.

,. urging new judical "interpretations"of WEST .1N Today' 4' i I: Leave.Ke West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.

4-. Constitutional provisions whereby the Partly'Cloudy Showers I Sal of tickets for Havana will atop at 8:00 A. M. i

"5.' original meaning would be warped. And DAYS GONE BYHappeninca Anniversaries sibly light local showers; gentleto 1 For further information call Pnon*"71J. .

6. there are those who think it feasible to circumvent Here Jut 10 Years ........................ moderate northeast; winds. H. COSTAR, Af.o .

1.- the Constitution, by political chicanery Ago Today As Taken From 1817-John W. Forney, noted Florida: Fair tonight and Tues- -
The Files Of The Citizen day except possibly light local -
whereby laws can be kept away Pennsylvania newspaper: publisher, .
from Supreme Court decision for a long influenza: Democrat, born at Lan- Florida Straits
a Jacksonville to
: site of Whitehead
caster, Pa. Died in Philadelphia. !I
period of time, until their unconstitutionalends street near the corner of Dec. 9, 1881. and East Gulf: Moderate northeast

have been attained.It Eaton was sold today when the winds and fair weather tonight'1 t "

is inevitable that changes in the .ld Delaney Siomerteadwas purchased 1819-Thomas Jordan soldier and Tuesday. 1 CONSULT YOUR BANKER
by Campbell and
Confederate general Memphis WEATHER CONDITIONSThe .
Constitution will weaken it-that the pro- Mrs. Mary J. McKnight for $22-* .
Tenn. editor 'f
New York
City author ,
tecting arm it now holds out over human SCO. The w'ty has a frontageof born at Luray Va. Died in 1 tropical disturbance!! that 1

without ; rights, property'rights and individual liberties 97 feet with depth of 197 feet. New York, Nov. 27, 1895. passed -northward, with Its center ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
afraid to ; It was purchased some time ago about 90 -miles east of 'Key West
and prerogatives will be made less by A. Artoloza: a and later trans- I .
always 1824-Samuel S. Cox, Ohio Saturday afternoon, turned more !
gal or strong. No document has withstood the ferred to Theodore Holt=berg. The lawyer and editor prominent congressman to the eastward, the c**ter> passing -

vicissitudes of a changing century and a new owners propose converting first from Ohio then I I about 40 miles' theast of Miami -;
faction.or ; the building into an apartmenthous central this about '. .
morning '
New York, author, born at Zanes- I
public -, ; half so well-none has so completely ?. ville Ohio. Died in New York,,I.--- ---- The First National Bank "of f Key West i
of free democratic
injustice; ; achieved the purposes Sept. 10, 1889. I KEY' WESTCOLONIAL :
The Constitution is the The Sanitary restaurant, in the
commend government. very .1
Monroe theater building. has bt>enenla"ged HOTEL
soul of America-without it, we would be 1832-Lord Roberts, Frederick; I
iza ion; and improved. Many Member of the Federal Reserve ,
Sleigh, famed British "oldier: I
In the Center 'of the Business
no different from those other more table have Wen added to
opinions; i born. Died Nov. 14, 1914.
take care of the greatly increased I and Theater District
and not whose 'people are now feeling the mailed 1 I
business. This popular restaurant
promise i fist of dictators, at the expense of freedomof serves the best of food-, 1834-Cyrus Northrop, 'Connecticut i First Clsn.Fireproof .
freedom of action freedom to lawyer, editor, Yale professor "I Deposit Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance,
the press, and it is cooking in the presenceof SeniibU Rat.*
nZ'I second' of the
live,think and speak as one wishes. the patrons in order that they president CorporationHARDWARE
Univ.'of Minnesota, born at Ridge- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
observe the principles
hygienic -
i may
field, Conn. Died April 3, 1922.
used in the preparation of .
politffcal Carat;. Elevator \

.. PROTECT THE CHILDREN their meals. German 1857 -dramatist Hermann and Sudermann.novelist PopmUr PrUos -i '

When << One of the most delightful affairs -' born. Died Nov. 21 1928. _
store Every driver of an automobile has a of the season was the music I 0"'" J .. 1.,. .: -t. ,. ::::1"7 _. ;>,o, ," =:.:. ::_

you tender regard for the rights of the pedes- recital given last night in the First i 1861-William Wrigley Jr..
werewell Methodist church. 'A 'enter
.. trian when he happens to be the pedes- very Chicago' gum manufacturer, ltn"an-
taining program had been'arranged -
cier and sportsman, born in 'Phil-
trian. On uch occasions they are in a 'artistically
and was presented so -
adelphia. Died Jan. 26, 1932;
the position to understand that approximately as to elicit the favorable com-

of your 65 per cent of all persons injured or killed ment of a group of critics who 1862-Wilton Lackaye. actor, '
talk for it were given special invitations to born in Loudon Co., Va. Died'in
in automobile accidents pedestrians.
attend. New York 22 1932.Today's .
: Aug. ,
They are then willing, after a narrow escape I I
A from some driver, to believe that a County commissioners will meet ........................ '
in: recessed session tonight to take
137 joke pedestrian is entitled to safety, and that Horoscope 4"wYT\1
up the matter of awarding con- : : \
terial.... It whether he is in the right or wrong the tracts for construction of bridgesover ........ ...... ........!

any. ; driver should protect him. the highway water gaps and The nature of the person born

We.hope that every automobile driverin roads in different sections of the this day will be eminently self-I v .
county. There were two bids re-
An Key West, who reads this, will make up eeived foe this Lwerk: 'at the last sacrificing romantic. Theres&iaib/iiuL'ealfon and too 'idealistic and I WL with '

mer i is, a his or her mind to drive carefully, having meeting Jj Pie (oFtd-On which no that you may attain to a.hijjh station -I. -

fore the regard to the presence of children in the action was taken. It is'under- in life If so, bartf'Of the1 i
stood that both of these bids will :I GOOD ;
allurements of life. Follow the '
quisite{ is a streets, the location of schools and play- be read again tonight and action. '.
straight path as you value your
grounds, and the natural tendency of chil- probably take,-bn!one 'or both. I health and reputation. The principal -.: t ?
ff dren to ignore danger of which they are'' Miss Id Ruby1; >Russell*'* entertaineda failing-seems td be that the \ 1
nature is too susceptible-and thus
the things. not fully aware. ntrmber of her friends Monday
be drawn into .trouble, l .by the:
is:: that you Let's give a thought to the children evening" in hont'ofri, 16th birthday agency of the opposite 2ex.? 1

unless you particularly. They furnish one-third of anniversary. The home was .; SPECIAL
beautifully decorated and the color -
the fatalities that result from automobile scheme of orange and pink was West home,'have at Simonton taken and the Caroline Delaney '

Jonah )) accidents. They are entitled to safety. If evident throughout. Various games streets. They have sent for their
do not it to them it were played during the evening Standard
dud if drivers give then is furniture in the north 'and will Roofing
I then came a guessing contes-U
would be 1 time for the state to step in and by laws Mis... Mary Field Roberts was winner upon dence.its arrival take up their resi-

to this ; strictly enforced, see that the children of of the first prize and Ivan Per

fees the Key West have as near absolute protectionas Roberts won the booby. The MJaek..nvllle'. iwaal.g H.tel" $$2.25
guests departed at a late hour Ro
be obtained.
can wishing the hostess, many more THE SEMINOLE

happy birthdays.
The NEW ARCHIVES BUILDINGIn .' t Regular Price $2.7S
sured- that Charlie Ford, wanted for 'theft .

done in of' a fire extinguisher, radio set ( .

better the new Archives Building in and other articles from the radio ...; a ,
!'station here, was arrested this :
\ ,
whose Washington built at a cost of 12 million morning by United States Deputy r : ,. .

rests. dollars, the United States has .repository Marshal Andre Lopez. The marshal '

for its historic and other valuable documents was given a tip that Ford maybe ,
found at Cudjoe Key. He was
and records which is unequalled($ in given transportation to that Key ;JarkMavlllr. 'Florida

,,;sassination:,: } the world.In and after walking several"miles' CHAS. B. GRI'Eil, MM a**rk
and that { ventilated steel drawers and vaults located his man at Geiger's creek. b'uman. home-ilka: institution "
1 Ford was brought to Key West here you will find y..r ts.lvlaaair..f.rt .
ferences the record of the nation's history and progress I and!*is now in county jail. of great ass Importance.r..irrt l.mr.t a matter *'

Britain \. will be preserved for future genera-I IJ

tions. Not only written Editorial comment: Going to A steel 'In.....' .....1.1; lc_teU
type..it church tomorrow may prove a bet- tile Craft .! the city gf
sound 'motion picture films of important
its (} i ter investment 'than any other -o-

events also, will be kept for centuries to made during the week.Announcement Every Room with Combination Tab
and Shower Bath Radio. Electric f
The come. It is proposed to enclose many I Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer .
is made of the Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
priceless records and documents in cellophane Mattresses of Inner Spring 'Con- '
il'JO" juf marriage 'of '
approaching itrnctlon and Individual Reao Smith Fknda Coirtracfing) & Bipieeririg 'Co. ]
pariflUy so they may be read without being Catherine Dominguez, daughter of lug Lamps.

touched by human hands. ; the late Miguel Domingnez and RATKSPrfmte : "J
i I Mrs. Annie Dominguez. 'to Juan .I.cle 'White and Eliza Street: :
a possible Most interesting to people of the Romano. The date of the weddingis 11'1' H..re Bath 1100N. PhcreSSS
R..r. Private Bask Ns.
the .':-. future will be the motion pictures, whereby tp be anonneed later. .. R_. Private Bath s.ee "Your; home is worthy of the best"
:(4 H_... Private Bath a.ae
road on } : they may see and hear what has goneon I.I Susie Ra.a. Private BathIXCBEASH ..... .
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
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f QrthQP in the world in the past. who, recently unjved, in. ,Key 1






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ZTOt81alWh.EwnyBorr.. th ndr-.torra. Edwin.. a paH 'spiORTS ) t Club- W. L Pet
; ran away /rowE key It..balld, Edaria. bearer, and the exposure together Detroit ......._......_ >S 58 .616
."-ea -'ltnr' .....,elf... .... : ( JOVE)
wpkt With the rundown condition he has \:a7 JOVE)
E' also ran swa.h i":te a ertotr been-la for aereral wake was dl>> i The New York ...._........ 89 60 .597
iT"5-, Bat Dr. "Cfcrtotojker aatrova.H ...%e*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeThe game scheduled for tonight Cleveland .... .... .. 83 70 .543<<
*. bard. Bulled kerf krone* Mat.and hat looked dreadfully for will be between the Firemen and -
a. job. ill Bir"'t0ha..,to0.'Jllw'vir. come time, and whenever be ban k. operatives that I have all the Bees.Batteries Boston .__.............. 78 75 .510
society a4 kelp fll CfcarZott bees here for meats has eaten nothing over town have me''I Busy Chicago ____. ....__. 74 78 .487
and reported to --- ---
: Arr.frteads. far* computed tkecure. !M It wasa't at all surprising will be: Walker and
row Dr. Ward Aa called to that his resistance was too low to -- -- -:_ --- -- the following Cub fans: Quintan'' Washington ..._..._.. 67 86 .438
t ::: fa check rp .11 tk. frvgrct Dr. Morgan thinks he has a '.....:.................. -J Windy) Lopez, Oscar Capote' and M. Acevedo for the Bakers.. .421
of >atic t. chance to recover If he can be oer- PRESENT BASEBALL' BOXING CARD AT "Cheap" John; Macho ValdesJ Philadelphia ...:l._. 58 91 .389
Games to be plajed to finish
'- auaded to make the effort, but hedoesn't the
Chapter 23 Men*.to care. I took some Doiftgs{; 1 Around 'The Cyril Griffin, Maximo Gonzalez first half of the schedule are as! -

CHECKUPf'M cheer broth to him him up yesterday by saying and that tried he to SEASON ENDED ONE maHSCaOOLGYMTUESDAY I Gary, Carlyle Williams and Ger-! follows: '.j NATIONAL'LEAGUE
and about and he Golf links aid Adams. The Citizen Club- '- '
would noon be up Oct. 2-Flremeji ". Lopez. W. L. Tct
beginning to believe that liberty simply looked at m. and whispered National I
100 behind the Chicago ___ _1M 5-1' .649
Oct 4 _
"What for! I -Lopez vs. Busy Bee.
'arde. agrees with yon. said Dr. .effect, Of course this course may not of have action any: I SUNDAY CUBS LOST NIGHT I. League pennant winners!!, Oct. 7-Busy Bee vs. Firemen. St Louis.........-...._ 96 .58 .623

am not on suggesting your that It should. ; "Oh. It does!" But as I say.: I have paid you the (eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee banas, William itussell. (': i iW. Pittsburgh! .._...._._ 86 67 .562
compliment of thinking that :you Standing of the league:
"And hard work? Amazing he would like to know. I liams, Joe Roberts and Lennicj; ( Club if i Brooklyn m. ....._.._ 70>> 83 .48
ought with reluctant admiration. Your affectionate. CHICAGO WHITE:: SOX DOWNED This ida belated report on the EMORY BLACKWELL. WILL .L
Grillon. Cincinnati ..._........ -68 85 .444
kow this generation of women enoyed Mother. results of,last Thursday's matches. Lopez Fnueral Home .......... 5 21
lIke AMERICAN LOOP WINNERS MEET POWELL FROM WASHINGTON I Firemen ............ Philadelphia ..... ..64 89 .418-
work for its own sake. But Emily laughed wfldly. "How What wSl the storm and 'a half .m _....____ 2 4

en. didn't he enjoy it himself? Edwin to have gotten his pneumonia IN I BOTH ENDS OF dozen other things to stop the report ; OTHER BOUTS For the Tigers we have Verne Busy: Bee .......__._._._._._..___ 2 4 Boston .................38115 .248

ven 'hard work. Do yon know. being pan-bearer at a funeral! of aald matches but here are. Griffin, Ramon Rubio, Ben Adams;
toet If he'd been sailing a boat or hunt the results, remembered. SCHEDULEDA "Tar- Ismael Jesus Medina. Alberto, Subscribe te The Citizen-20c
r. Warde I'm really beginning DOUBLEHEADER as Gomez, "Big Foot" Ben ]
voice trailed off.Charlotte' Garcia Alfonso and :Mesa. weekly
Ingthe i "
somewhere? I was errand girl tan -Albury, Campos "Andy"Parks
arm tightened. She 3'.
d 1 general flunkey at first,but now and Mr. Lounders.
and knew all about hysterics. "Stop it! To a l lot of lilies who were At Page's corner Mack Walker. \ "\\\\t..rlllll/
re been promoted to a Special! .. The tillers) afraid few mosquitoe bites boxing card at the High
Charlotte What do you want to do. or haven'tyou of a Eddie Albury Brown Dutch
tgular it It assignments.I keep it Up IH be really says decided yet?" NEW YORK Sept. 30.-The let it be said that there were nota School Gym has been arranged for Private operative No. 33( and I and Marrero for the Cubs, and 5 END

and coming from her that's Emily steadied. "There's no decidIng 1935 baseball season came to an half; dozen on the course unless tomorrow nightIn do not think this is a very good Berlin Sawyer Willie Nelson and i YOUR

tie epitome of praise.t .** about it. There's only one you went into the bushes. If you the main-go, Emory Black- number to play in the bolita) tells Lowe for the Tigers.

"Charlotte must be pretty good thing to do." Her voice was a life- end yesterday afternoon, with all are as good .a golfer as you thinkyou well 176<<. pounds will meet a me that around Johnnie Black's I!: VACATION

kerself." less monotone. are you won't go in the bushes fighter from Washington. corner the following are for the Gardners' cowboys! line up as!| :

"She Is. And she's 'a great deal Charlotte"Then said 111 in find a matteroffactvoice out about teams playing. Fans are now except to look for someone else's Emory is the avorite with all the Cubs: A. Lunn, "Two by Four," follows: Izry, Ray Bailey and I ; THIS YEAR IN :
Itnore can't balL Well anyway it seems that boxing fans. He has C. Gates H. Gates and Ingritiam. John as National Leaguers and
than that to me. Since I trains' and help pack. Ill wire awaiting the beginning of the I yet to be defeated ,
I bye you to strengthen my will. I'd your mother is soon as I find out ; Cookie Mesa, Charlie Salas and J winning all his fights 'ex For the Tigers: Edwin Sweetingand Arnold Dan, Charlie Cremata'and ; FLORIDACIGAR

I rather have her." when you'll get there. Go over and World Series which will start at Louis Cfuickshank started in to cept one, which was a draw with Phil Baker. Mendoza as Tiger men.

He smiled, pleased at the Idea lie down on my bed. Detroit on Wednesday.For play 18 holes but when nine were Alberto Rodriguez. The latter ..fprgour( HEALTH!
that he'and Charlotte might fill the Emily shook her head. "I'd ratherdo finished Louis had to give-up and bout had the fans "raising the roof Our private detective from the Among the local diamondball

'same need. Then he put the question something." the second straight.day, the I quit Charlie beat Cookie one off the gym" because! 'Qf the excitement ice plant informs me that Albury players Cub rooters 'are: Quintan /l/aIlItittt\\\1

that he bad sought her out to 'AIl right. Run along and pack, St Louis Cardinals defeated the round and vice versa >wbich made Emory was losing in Anderson Chipe. Glen Archer and Lopez C. Griffin, Capote Henry -- --- --

..sk.i then.ITl be back In a minute. Cubs. Saturday Ducky it very nice for all concerned. the earlier rotfndS..but r amVbstck Dalsile are all for the Cubs, and Maygr. A. Lunn, H. Gates C. Gates,'

i "And what about Barnes? No regrets There was a train at eight the Chicago I strong during the last part of the Knowles, Britt Fabal and Mait- Two by Four", Ingraham. C.

I ?" next morning. Charlotte found so Wucky Medwick ended the Cubs'long I. Daddy' Sawyer beat Charlie tussle. ., land are for the Tigers. Vidal J. Garcia. For the Tigerswe

The brightness faded swiftly. they finished the packing and lay winning streak by knockingout Ketchum Powell who is from WashingtonState have: Edwin Sweeting Phil
round and Chas beat
.y..." she said" slowly.. "A great down to wait for morning a home run with a mate on : Berlin one one round which'also madeit has been fighting in. 'colleges Around the postoffice I am informed Baker Albury, Casa, Bethel. Bill:' RUSSELl[ S
many regrets. "This had to come some time"Emily P.'Cas-l
and high school and has Cates Sterling Kerr and
He had dreaded that.'-wh,?" said wearily. "So perhaps it's base in the eleventh. inning to put very interesting to both gentleman. to be defeated. yet that Bervaldi. Sands and tro.

"Why not? Because .T\o failed Just as well to get it over, if Edwin the game on ice. Yesterday, l Before they finished playing :Matthews are for the Cubs, and .

I hem all so miserably. -doesn't die." rookie Bill }McGee from one of they were partners with Hur- Powell is of the weighs big in bulking at 172 type pounds.He and. Stanley Hamlin Lastres and Rob- And last, but-not the least, the:
"But my dear. the tone was Impatient ricane Eddie and Doc Willie erts for the Tigers.At STORE
the Cards' baseball farms, held one observer thinks that he will Administration building: The Cubs;!
,' "you'd be failing yourself ifTTE won'tCharlotte assuredher I I
the Tribe to just three ruin Emory's record of no defeats have the following rooters: EarllAdams
I otherwise. her trying not to think whatan Windy City Pepe's place, Willie Pepe,
Doc Kemp and Mr. Edward J. E. Roberts.
Cooper -0--
"Perhaps. But is my life-any one ideal solution it would be if he hits and won his first major Tuesday nightIn Clyde and Entwistle are for the
Strunk usual
batted it but
as the semi-final Barker, Bailey, Margaret Mar
fe-so important as all that?And did."And you're right about its having I trouble! in Bobbie Waugh National and Bobby I
He had Leaguers
asides. I haven't really tried; I've to come. But It doesn't mean! league game. Doc got a free show and a soda I and Kid Pelican will swap punches, Lester and, Charlie are tinez, Eliza, )I. Sanchez ?Manu dy, Daily Baseball Returns
Lee Joe
the seventh water from Eddie. Looks like ,
only one inning Cordell DeWitt. Miss Kerr and-
Both the
simply run away from it Whatht that you're beaten and that you have fighters are crazy punch-
have I to refuse to go on-to to stay; you can leave him again at 'f when the Cubs scored their lono Eddie will have to stop giving Dpca I. ing type and,both are hard hitters for the American boys. Domenech- also! Frohock, \\"bile'thej i 'By Wire

ksk for a divorce-until I've done my easily as you did the first tlme.'l ." run. The Cards remained four few strokes and taken some and they can take it Tiger fans are: Demerit. McKrn- '

_ lest to make it a success?" wish I could be sure of that!* behind the leaders. himself. Berlin Pinder and Edwin Sweet- The fire station gang shapes up |i ley. Salgado, Carabalk, Garcia; --0- :

"Emily," 'demanded, "what "Ton can. You can buck them an games league I jag will meet in a slugging match. like this: Vidal. Williams and Bailey Perez, Butler, Bert Buckley -. COME IN AND GET THE

lave they been writing your now because there's nothing to lose Chicago won the series, three t-> His Honor, Will Malone William Jack Solano and a fellow who erts for the Cubs and R01J.1 and Ross Sawyer.BENJAMIN RESULTS OF THE

I She smiled at the menace in his and everything 'to gain. You've got two. / Pious Watkins and Samuella refuses to let him name be known Vidal.and Alvarez for the
ice. "Nothing like that. But my to promise me that you won't let The Giants started! the season Goldsmith played around. And I but fights under the moniker :of MAJOR BASEBALL

|ther has broken a great deal late- your mother dictate to you in'this; by losing! to Boston and ended it believe you me Mr. Hokey Pokey! "The Shadow" will hook up in another Around the Cuban Club: Felo I LOPEZ- ; LEAGUES0 .

mother says and it tears my that you'll do'what you think fs right that way. The New Yorkers won hit some good drives. Both times bout on the card. and Evaristo are for the Tigers'I FUNERAL HOME -
lart to think of him!" nb matter what happens. Will you?" the opener! 5'to 3 and dropped the I .
on number one they were well' To start the evening right we so are Carmona Macho :Moreno Serving Key West i CIGARS, CIGARE"lTE3.SOfT ,
Impossible he said : TH 0. The Gi nts
it was utterly Emily doubtfully. try""She'll nightcap 3 to "
over 210 yards. Several ''times he I I have none other than. Mario Gar- and Lopez. For the Cubs we have Half 'Ceat.ry
pught bitterly to keep some wom- really admire you for it. remained in third place. ,
hit the longest drive of which cia and Young Santana. As all 24 Hoar AmIt.laBC.Senke
the Frances Feltons-from Charlotte insisted, "because ahe'llknow fourth any I ETC.
I Pittsburgh place team made Mr. Pious and tan know :Mario is fast with his little from his brother before Licensed Embalmer ..,.
happy ..
ling He dwelt momentarily then that you've grown up !split a twin bill with the Reds very I
'the idea of murder And if you do decide to stay, the ,,winning the first game 5 to 1, and all during the threatened hurri-I! boxing.mitts and Santana he knows plenty about climbing. through the ropes tomorrow PL_. 135 Nigh 69eVy\
better learn night.
Isn't what they've said" she : same thing holds: women of hei : losing the second 9 to 6. Derringer cane he was anxious to go out and a

'on. "It's this beastly Puritan type have such a superstitious respect won his twenty-second game of see if he could hit some more.I I '- -.- -- "
cience of mine. Whenever I stop for matrimony that I don't believe I William had a pretty good score -
the, season.
Ink it begins to plague me. shell try very hard to runthings. too for a while but got excited on
e i this mean,"he asked harsh-I If she does smile sweetly Van Mungo pitched a two hit one hole and messed it up. .
I game and so the Phillies lost the -.
'that you're thinking of going and say nothing and do what yon
r Intended to do all the time. You told first game of a doubleheader, 2 to
'.thought of 'it an 'the time. me once that Judith Carroll managed 0. The nightcdp was called in the Josie Lopez and Louis Pierce I

lit doesn't mean that I'm going. her that way: try it yourself" eighth inning because of darknessand were late arrivals and failed to FIRMS

[not crowded that close yet I'm Judith! The name belonged to ended tie, 4 to 4. get in afull day's play. What

holding on tight" another age another world. But The Detroit Tigers lost two they did,put in was very enjoyable i

e 'patted her hand. "That's the Judith had known low to manage games to the Chicago White Sox, so all you !guys who didn'tgo

fit. You keep on holding on." peopleeven Frances Felton. 3 to 2 and 14 to 2. Auker in his out missed a nice day. I I Patroriize Them
I he could prevent It, he didn't "It sounds simple she sighed. final workout for the World Series Who Rush{ To Give You ic -

End to have his best cure ruined "and III do my best" was hit hard in the second cuso; Brandt, and; ; y

I outside Interference-not until "I know you will," Charlotte' game in just two innings. ler.

| cure was complete. Then. If shet sured her."Now. try to. sleep a little."I The Yanks and Red Sox ended

back she would be equal to e their winning streaks yesterday I '
'situation. He drove her' home Dr.Morgan opened the door softly Second Came '
fling that he had done a good eve- and glanced into the darkened afternoon by dividing a double-, At Boston It. H. E. JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES TIFT'S I

U'. work. room. Then he turned to Emily and header. Boston took the opener, New York ................._.... 0 6 '0 '

hen he had gone Emily wentt nodded. "TSon ean go In, now." 4 to 3. The nightcap ended after Boston! .,.-........-.-. 3 7 0 1 Youll find out how 1t
Edwin four and a half innings of play.! Batteries: Fitzsimmons and FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
to Charlotte's room to report was very straight and mo- good it Is when you try ;
[his visit Charlotte put down thek tionless in the narrow white bed. The Yankees won it, "to 0, in Danning; MacFayden and Spohrer.;t the first Ib 2Sc. SPECIALTY
she was reading and Emily Ills eyes were closed and his breathing which Ruffing turned in his six I : cup, 1101 Division Street

w that her eyes were'troubled was shallow and very Jerky. teenth "victory.
[There's a special delivery for you His face, she realized with a spasm The Athletics defeated the Sen- First Game PLUMBING I i f LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 '

the 'desk. It came while you of pain, was the face of a stranger;' tors. 11 to 8. Jimmie Foxx hit At Chicago R. II. E. i V. & S., Ib 15c.
gaunt and shadowed, with great home his thirty-fifth
fere sway"VEN dark hollows 'where his cheeks two and thirty-sixth.runs I Detroit ...,......._....h._.. 271 i: Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA : Staple and Fancy

the letter should have been. Chicago .........._....._.. 381 '
before she opened The Indinas and Browns split a DURO PUMPS | GroceriesComplete
knew that something "Emily?" The voice was only a the Batteries: Crowder, Hogsett and
Emily twin bill, Cleveland winning STAR COFFEE MILL #
ELI wrong; that Tier house df cards breath.. second' to 4, in'six innings and I Hayworth. ; Kennedy and Grube. PLUMBING SUPPLIES ;J NURSERY ,

s about to be destroyed with agle She leaned over and brushed the losing the opener 9 to 7. 4I1 ---'--, -, l' i 512 Greene Street Line Fresh

blow. 'She read the letter unshaven cheek lightly with her The summaries 'follow: J '} Second Game PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetable

Ick1l. and Charlotte's aTpprehen- lips. -Yes.'darling." NATIONAL LEAGUE 'At Chicago R. 11.. E. ;PHONE 597

Ire eyes never:left her'face.She Darling. Edwin murmured. Fret Game I Detroit ...........__......_... 252

] stood very still when she had "Will yon-call me that again; some At Brooklyn R II. E. Chicago .........._..._........14 15 0
shed,-holding the letter In an un timer ._. ._ Batteries Sullivan Auker and ODSREAD -- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
hand. Charlotte could stand She fought back"the stinging tears. Philadelphia .. .. ." 0 2 1J i : SELECT, SEA -

eadv "My darling, as often as like. Brooklyn ......._............._ 260 Reiber; Tietje and Shea. INSURANCE -
L r> longer. you I Jewf Uh, 2 Us*. _____ 35e : '
'9 mlly! What Is It?" "And youll-stay a while this fclunpo Batteries: Jorgens and Todd; Yellowtail Steak 2 lbs. S5e THE KEY' WEST ,/a ,A
timer"Allongasyou Lopez.
;Lti 1Iy, dropped into Chair and First Gam
liked( unseeingly at the floor. "Ed- want me." At Cleveland R. H. E. Yellowtail oa Bone 2 Ibs. -*>
win 'Is terribly ilL Pneumonia. He It was a pledge. Now she knew, Second Game St Louis ....... _......._.... 9 12 0 Grouper 25e SUNDAY STAR I

seems to need me." She held the she could never break it. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Cleveland .._..-...___. 711 0 Supper,':1-: 25' t
letter towards Charlotte. "Ill always want you." The voice Philadelphia __._.?.._. 4 13 3 Batteries: Cain Walkup, Thomas TELEPHONE NO. 1

Charlotte read It quickly standing' trailed off. "I-think 111 go to sleep Brooklyn _...._........___ 492 and Hemsley; Pearson Stewart Mutton Fish 2_Ibs 25e i Subscription $2 Per Year -
'arm 'about Emily's 1In. Called nd'of'8th inning)
with one ( Hildebrand and Garbark. FRESH SHRIMP < Your Meals. At
shoulders. It was from She turned blindly towards the Bivin and irzE- Try
steady door Batteries: Kelleher Large Select Oysters ,, Key West's Only Sunday _
and outside found herselfin
:Frances Felton. and it was Char-i once Wilson Baker and Ock.
:Jotte thought fleetingly the most i Jeffrey's arms. She was at Ed. ; Second Game Fresh Crab Meat ia Ib cans 6Se .Paper Dclmonico Restaurant
machiavellian document she had win's end of the road now.and never At Cleveland R. H. E. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY :
First Game Business Office Citizen Bad-reiser Beer ......... lie
}ever read. air long as she lived could She look SL Louis ...__.........._ 460
towards the other end. which led to Cincinnati R. H. Cleveland ....._........n.... 7 12 1 LOWE FISH 'COMPANY Building i Six' Ce-rse Dia....., ....-
My dear Emily: freedom or to a shadowy figure Pittsburgh .._..._..____ S 9 E.1 .
Batteries Knott and Heath hoe, 7S, a.. as.
hesitated about writing ; PHONE 151 ------
I have PHONE 51
this to you. and ret I am payingthat that persisted in looking like the Cincinnati ..._n.......-.-_.._-1 8 Galehouse and Phillips.At .
compliment f thinking ghost of David Carroll. Batteries: Padden and \ .
you want to know It, t
Edwin to desperately 01 with pneu- (;' By Maria.3im) Brown; Hollingsworth! and Campbell -
Philadelphia "R. II. E. AARON McCONNELL

old aad MrL was buried Latham to *till died" midst last week ot a her mealy br/dgee rMflxee are :l.Of'I'OW' that Washington ...........__,._ 8 '14 0 536 Finds. Street Our -Reputation is Wrap'PRITC- JENNIE B DE BOER

J Second Game Philadelphia .._.........._..11 16 1 ped in package .
.. -. .J___ __ 'every
Batteries: Coppola, Hadley and FUNERAL HOME :
At Cincinnati R. II. E. I l

An contests will be called at 5 p. Pittsburgh .._.....-+_-_.- 992 1 Bolton, Holbrook; Doyle Tuber of

: SOCIAL LOOP TILT 1 I m: Cincinnati .. _.._.._..__. 6 13 3 I ville, Dietrich and Richards. > -
w ate < Dic-ified, Srnipatliti
Batteries Parson Birkofer and 1 :PRINTINGDONE ;
Tuesday-High School vs. Ad- : Doetw
THIS AFTERNOON I ministration. Epps; Grissom; Derringer and Trim Game ..reNy !

Wednesday-Bayview Park vs. Lombardi.! At New York If/H. E. Qo \ BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

I' Lighthouse. Boston ",___._._ 4 12 0 1
Thursday-Lighthorse vs. High At SL Louis R. H. E. New York _..._ 3 10 Ti WATCHMAKER, JEWELER -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER SAND

(By JOVE) I School. Chicago .-....____ 133 Batteries: Wilson 'and G. Die-f ENGRAVER j '. -

I In the Social League the Admin' Friday Administration vs. St. Louis ..._._..__.'_ 250 ': key; Tamnlis.and Brown See Him For Your-Next 'Walt 1JITt1J11 :PRESS Ambilaae 3.evtaa -
Bayview Park. Batteries: Carleton. Shoun and ; .
will tackle the Light- ALL PRICES REflTJCED '
istration ten
O'Dea; McGee and Delancey. *'* Second Gam Citizen, w.. LADY ATTENDANT.
house crew at Bayview Park this There are 18 cities and townsin j Firtt Game I'I At New York Tl.'H.'E.Boston Hans 9 to, 12-1 t* 0 Citizen Office

I' the United States named Union.i At Boston R. H. E. ".. f....-.... ._m.... 020 PHONE Ii 1
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5 o'clock. N. a
afternoon at New York ---..- 5 13 0 I New York _.._..____. 461 Ope.Satu 7 NI.... Plea. S4S rw .

c t' The following are the games I .Subscribe to The Citizen-20c-1 Boston _._._..._......i- 391 J I I Batteries Bowers and G. Dickey _. ,-t aot-4IK. a .a t ae V

scheduled for the rest of this -week. wcckI. __'_ Batteries: : Al Smith and Man- ; Ruffing and 'Glenn



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........................ FURNITURE WEEK TO LEARN TRADES re NOTICE Estate of TO CREDITORSIn There will be a called meetingof
........................ RETURN TUESDAYKEY I RECA PKACON. Anchor Lodge No. 182 F.. &
I I Dr. Arthur Keith ot Washing Det' a led. A. M.. Monday night September
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sawyer ton. D. C- famed geologist, born i To all Creditors Lustres. Distri 30
; butees, at 8 o'clock at the Scottish PALACE
d- and all persona marina
returned on the plane yesterday in St. Louis, 71 "Getting to facts," says I claims
: years ago. I i or demands against the Rite HalL Work in the E. A. De
from Miami after a vacation in I O. S. Long "there's no suchanimal" TO BE CARRIED ON UNDER WESTERS SPEND MOST I above named estate. Karloff-Bela Lugosi i ;in
gree. Brethren will take due notice
'I you and each or you, are hereby
,the states. Charles L. Lawrence of New as free delivery. Ex- DIRECTION OF KEY WEST OF LONG VACATIONIN I notified and required to present and and visitors are welcome.By THE RAVENTwo
York City noted aircraft manufacturer pense for service rendered must I file any claims or demands In the order of the W. M. Comedies
M. E. Gilfond, director of WPA I born at Lenox, Mass., 63 be paid by somebody." For this ADMINISTRATIONAn HONOLULU I County office of, Florida the County; which Judge you Monroe or any JOHN C. PARK
sad FERA activities in Monroe years ago. reason Manager Long claims it is of you may bare against the estate sept28-2t Secretary.FOODSTUFFS lo-lSe. Ni.htj I
county, returned yesterday from cheaper in the long'run to buy at I "t Monroe Reca: feacvn.County. deceased Florida,: late within of

I stay of two weeks in Washing- Ralph G. lIurlin, chief statis- home."T I opportunity for both men MY. and Mrs. Norberg Thompson eight calendar months front tbe .---.-

ton, D. C., on business connectedith tician of the Russell Sage Foundation "Our prices would be 20 per and women of Key West to learn and son Jack are expected to I date 23rd of day this of September publication A.to-wit D. 1533.the
the rehabilitation of Key born at Antrim N. H., 47 cent less if our customers would' T. ROHERTS. I .. .
trades which will provide incomes, return home tomorrow morning
1 West. years ago. shipment place their direct orders to with them.us They for]i is being opened by the Key West on the Steamship Florida, afteran I Co-Administrator tratlx, respeetively.ROGER and. ( -Admh.- "Lik l A C: k.Of I.

Sirs. Stephen Cochran Singleton Dr.. David Friday of Washington would in this case unpack, pay the' Administration through the holding absence of several months. Attorney WATKIXS.for Adms. e: C'e

was an arrival from Miami by D. C., famed economist, born freight, the drayage make repairs of handicraft classes. After a visit in New York Mrs. ep2-2:.;oet7-14 .t .

plane yesterday coming to' join at Coloma Mich., 59 years ago. and if damaged file claims: Beginning Wednesday, classes Thompson and son went to Havana ..........,.:e...........

Mr; Singleton and remain in- with the transportation will be held on Wednesdays and and there were joined by POLITICAL
Mr. .
says Long.National
definitely.Mrs. Elizabeth Corbett of New York I Furniture companY'"j Fridays of each week from 1 to 4 Mr. Thompson who sa:led from .

w City popular author, creator of now being featured in p. m. at the handicraft shop in Key West. jTLt
Lilly Caraballo, who was born at Aurora, the Over-Sea Hotel for all those ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY
j "Mrs. Meigs the country and was inaugurated I I Taking passage on a vessel
while with relatives\ v
pending a Ill, 48 years ago. to encourage the modernization of desiring to learn the art of mak- through the Panama Canal they t
,and friends in Miami, returned by
ing salable items from Key West
homes. Attractive terms has been went to Los Angeles and San ELECTION. NOVEMBER .

plane yesterday. i Dr. John I!. MacCracken not- offered during this event. products. I Francisco and from 'there to 12. 1935 ,
ed educator born at. Rochester Persons desriin* to enroll in the: Honolulu Hawaii, where the ........................ 1 'I r rI
;Jtlelvin E. Russell, superintendent Vt. 60 CARD OF THANKS classes: may do so by applying to greater part of their vacation was For Mayor L
,of public: instruction of Monroe years ago.PROCLAMATION Mrs Thelma Speer at the handi- spent. DR. H. C. GALEY r

county, who was in St. Louis,i'I I 'craft shop.REPORT. Returning to the states by way I (
-Mo., attending the American I.egion -! For Mayor
I-I of the California metropolis, they
as representative from AV-, TO THE ELECTORS OF THE STEAMER :I visited points in the extreme WM. H. MALONEFor I
thur Sawyer Post No. 28, returned j jon I Reelection
northern section
I, CITY OF KEY WEST, FLORIDA -; of the United .' l It r
the plane from Miami yester.1 I : Velasco: we extend our sincere 'I States making the trip over the

day. .u t. I I Notice is hereby given that on thanks. Our wish to express RUNNING AGROUND Canadian Pacific Lines, and coming For CouncilmanDR.

Tuesday. November 12, 1935, heartfelt gratitude to those. who south by way of Chicago to ARMANDO COBO
J. Gerry Curtis, assistant director -:I I there will be held in the City of gave the use of their carsrand for t 1.In -'--t'Advldesr I

: of WPA activities in Key]I Key West, the bi-annual! general the many beautiful. flower* ; r4cefoed at the naval' \ / For Police Justice
"\west returned yesterday from a: election for the election. of' all septSOlt THE FAMILY. :station comroanication( offices today Miami.PEtiPtE'S ........... T. S. CARO
kept in our all metal ICE
in Mi-
short 'visit with his family
'. 'I City officials made elective by .. ....... ....... .. were to the effect that the FORUM For Captain of Police REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and
ml i the Charter of the City of Key Steamship Rotterdam was aground ........................ healthful if frozen in
ALBERTO CAMEROFor they were cake of
; a
i I West and laws relating thereto CLASSIFIED'COLUMN 00 D&banti]&hoals about 100 miles
: Guilreymo Russell chief engineer -: from ABOUT STORM AID ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
jin: the manner and form provided Jamaica. ? :I .
'AtJ t.l. Lij1.i r Captain of Police
of the Steamship Florida.;by the City organic: law. Acts of It is V.nrferstood that the ves-I absolutely airtight.
who was in Key West to attend,: 1919, Laws of Florida and Acts l Fell has a large number of passengers -: Editor, The Citizen:. ROBERT J. LEWIS
the funeral services of his sister,' amendatory thereof. on board and all vessels in I I After reading the article: published "Bobby"SPECIAL $30.00 and $35.00EASY

)Irs. Orilla Velasco. left on the j Each ward of the City con- ........................ that vicinity have been requested I! in The Citizen of Septem- OFFERPERMANENT TERMS 10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
plane yesterday to join the ship in!stitutes an election district. There to stand by.BODY ber 28th wherein emergency stations -
I had been established by the j _D- At-
.Miami. will be in each ward a polling WANTED I
doctors and dentists, we, the undersigned -
place, election inspectors and a
Dr. Harry C. Galey left by clerk of election, appointed for TO BUY HOUSE and pay fort' TO ARRIVE I take this means to ad- Permanents QfT ft ft Thompson Ice Company Inc.

-plane yesterday afternoon for Miami -' said ward. same in rents. Address Box ., vise our patients as well as the for __....... ,
en route to Staunton, Va.,I The said inspectors will make care of Citizen Office, HERE TOMORROW\ i people of Key West in general, Better Wares S5.00 and up
that our aid was not called PHONE NO. 8
where he will join Mrs. Galey who: public: proclamation of the open- sept282txFOR upon MRS. MILLER I
the authorities, neither the
is spending a brief time with them;ing and closing of the polls!, according I f medical by or dental professions, to Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J

daughter, Miss Ruth Rose, student j to law. The of ---- -- 1
RENT body Mrs. Vincent serve in case an emergency had
at Baldwin and will The officers for the of Key
Mary College, I City Archer who
in Miami Friday arisen during the storm which was
in few I I West to be elected at said elec-
a days. :
return _____ tion are as follows: FOR RENT-5-room furnished evening, will arrive in Key:! expected Saturday. \ A n Index Toy
j apartment. Laundry tubs and] West tomorrow (Tuesday) "it!f r However, we offer our services )
Charles Tift of ONE ((1)) MAYOR
garage. 514 Margaret street.] cording to information received to the people of Key West at any !
Tiffs Cash left SEVEN (7) COUNCILMENONE '
Grocery yesterday relatives. |
Phone 152M. septlgtfi by I I I time an emergency may arise
by plane for a business visit (1) CITY CLERK I I Announcement
of the funeral DR. E. RODRIGUEZ ; REIIAB'.f
in Miami and other points. ONE ((1) TREASURERONE TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED -i will be made in the meantime.A [ DR. R. S. RODRIGUEZ. i
((1)) TAX COLLECTOR- APARTMENT. Conveniences I'I I .

B. M. Duncan, manager of the;ASSESSORONE porches! 519; new U. S. Army 14-inch gun Corrosion of steel may now be
Monroe County Overseas Road I (1) CHIEF OF POLICE beth street. Apply 523 Eliza-l with a railway mount weighs 365 1]I prevented by a coating of silvery :'

and Toll Bridge District commission : -, ONE ((1)) CAI'TAINNIGHT. ard street. tons. J.white metal called cadi .
I = 'FIR
left for Miami I
yesterday .
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after a short visit with his family.] ONE (1) POLICE JUSTICE FURNISHED APARTMENT with
THREE (3) ELECTION COMlM1SSIO'NERS. Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson .I'.I'.I'.I'.I".I".I".IIII.1"M ,

John Good who,was associated I TWO TO BE 1001 Eaton street. Phone { .
with the office force and inj: ELECTED FOR FOUR YEAR 879-J. sept4lmoxFOR a. 40

barge of the commissary of the TERM AND ONE FOR TWO

bridge forces at Lower Mate- YEAR TERM SALE ke Your Paper Pay \

It cnmbe, left yesterday by plane WM. II. MALONE'
for Miami after a visit with Mrs sept30; oct5-12-14 Mayor. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 : FOLLOW( THE ARR t tAnd

Good and the family. LEGALS sheets. 75c:. The Artman Press.aug7 You Dividends!' I I 1

Leo Warren president of citycouncil FOR SALE-Persian kittens. As- I

left yesterday afternoonby i> Tilt rorxrv Ji-mjfr!' rornr.IN sorted coors 1405 Petronia *
"n FOR MOMIOK COINTY. You Will Find In
for business Miami -
plane a trip to t...011111.In .*.. street sept24-3tx I ,
: Tf The Rotate of I ap

RICHARD DEACON n.-.aaPd. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Money Saving Prices Stores Which 1

.,Dan Navarro left yesterday afternoon NOTICE OF APPMCATION FOR cards, $1.25. The Artman Directory, 'by
by plane for Miami whore FINAL niSCARGB Prew. aug?

he will join Mrs. Navarro oho has undersigned Notice<< is administrator hereby given cum that tes-the To Serve and Please You. m
been spending! a vacation with her. tam -nto annexo rie bonis non. will \: OT'('. jl Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S AdS ]
on the 2nd day of April 1J3. preiwnt All state and county occupational,
parents in New York and is due to the Honorable Hatch Gunn. liquor beer and wipe licenses. for S vertisers closely for special savings on your
to arrive in Miami this week. County Judge in and for Monroe I93S-3C are due and payable Ortber '
I County, Florida, a final report In lit at the County Tax ColleIlouse ... a household necessities. Make your paper pay you Invite You To Visit Them!
the above estate; all vouchers andwill tor' office Aa the Count Court W
COSTLY OPERATION ; ask for the approval of same dividends. The most interesting news in the h'I s
and for a final disrharfce as administrator FRANK IL LADD. ?
as aforesaid In the es- cept28-SO County Tax Collector. paper today is the advertising where you can
HIGH POINT, N. c.-C. c.' II I
tate of Richard Pvaron. deceased. *
Stoker of this city had to $125! Haled at Key West. Florida, this W save many dollars on the family: budgetby --- ----

for an operation to remove pay at I 30th day of September T. K. J, ROHI A. T>.:RTS.1>JS. Get Rid ofMalaria kj patronizing those merchants who advertise. their j1 I. INSURANCEJ. MEATS I SHOE REP AI'GOODYEAR '
penny swallowed by his infant!) ; oot7-14-21-28 Administrator: nov4-ll-18-Ii as aforesaid.sept30 goods. 'n lr
100 i .. < ress -

Mothers I! MONROE THEATERFranchot % THESE PRICES ARE BRINrih'\ r.tE. COST S Jefferson Hotel Building Rivero and Sons. Prop. I Prt{

Tone-Charlie Rugglesin % OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEl/OF EVERY- 'h'I Surety Bond, Automobile Best Prices Highest Quality Old Shoes. Wade As Cool{

In treating children's colds, W BODY'S PURSE. Life and Accident Insurance Phone 479-J Duval at Petronia! 612 Dual Stre;j
don't takechances..use Banish Chills and Fever! 1 .
VICKSVAPORUB To conquer Malaria,you must do two
Matinee: Balcony, I0c| Orcb.es things. ((1)) Destroy the infection in the PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ BEER VENDORSCURRO'S BAKERIES'MALONEY '' i
W A merchant
.PROVED; : .BY.2..GENERATIONS<< :I; : : era; 15-20ei Night 15.2SeThere's blood. (2) Build up the blood to over who advertises his prices
t come the effects and to fortify against JL* charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a :, STUDIO BEER GARDEN & PEA
further attack.There is one medicine that
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does these two things and that is Grove's non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. You'll Like The Prints We Make! Cold Beer At All Times Bakers of Baker Boy
Tasteless l Chill Tonic! The tasteless quinine % this
Why big difference?
Cakes and Pastries
in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys Photo Englarfinf A Specialty Pay U. a Visit

the malarial infection in the blood 606 DaTI Street Dnval At Petronia Streets Phone 818 812 Fk
while the iron builds up the blood.Thou-
No Such AnimalAs sands of people have conquered Malaria By patronizing the merchants who present .

with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill & their prices frankly and openly each week you PLUMBINGTHOMPSON FISHDEMERITT PRESSINGFERNANDEZ
Tonic. In addition
: to being! a noted remedy t
for Malaria, it is also an excellent W help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
"FREE DELIVERY"SERVICE tonic of (general use. Grove's Tasteless! I J OF KEY WEST. .I PLUMBING BROS. FISH &
Chill\ Tonic is pleasant to take and contains
nothing harmful Even children likeit COMPANY COMPANY GONZALEZDry

and they can take it safely. For sale 1 I "Gel Our Prices First Specializing: in Fresh Flab Cleaaloi; -Pressing

RENDERED is an EXPENSE and by all$I.drug The stores.$1 size contains Now two 2Vi sizes times-SOc as: I vt iMake your paper pay you dividends.e II Sheet Metal Work Dayton Pumps Foot of Front Street First Class Alterative

which must be included with the sale price. We much as be SOc size and gives; you 25% } 132 Simonton St. Phone 536 i Phone 44 Free Delirery 929 Division St.
more fer your money. \f,1' ". 1'.1'.1,, ,. I'I".I"
can sell you for at least 20 PER CENT LESS, if I "
you will place your order with us for shipment to -. ICE CREAM SERVICE DRUGS
: rrr
you DIRECT. When received you unpack, pay e

the freight, the drayage, make repairs and if received WELLS' LUNCH ROOM SWEETING'S srt1'\1'! '\ ORIENTAL PHARMACYI

in a damaged condition file claims againstthe i be1! !!ydwin/iecl Jersey Super Quality Ice Cream Paint Job ,I Ea iRovRoeaero, ;" .
't Popsicle_F.dc icIes-Nat Bars Expert Starter and Gen. Service PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST
transportation and wait for
company your '
'DOn Phono 207.W 900 Southard St. Phone. 79-J For n7."C.SnOE fC a '31lo& .fil Street
money. It is not fair to COMPARE the prices on -
our goods delivered to your home in good condi- CLEANlNGPRESSINcTVOGUE
tion with those of firms who only make deliveryto Be To get the original I Davis 100% Par Punt !
I sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rcnnrurr

the transportation company hundreds of miles 1 look for Davis: 100% Pare P t'hu"'cft&DkcD _tact_ CLEANERSI. O. K. SHOE SHOP For Recreation Visit j

away from, your home.MODERNIZE imitated,bat never duplicated. ;: _
this Label --- J. Catleja, Prop. Instant Sh Repairing THE NAVY CLUB !
Davis 10% Pore Paint conforms with =:::::
your home during our NATIONAL Suits Cleaned and Pressed 35c Repairing Shoos Oar Specialty Green St. Opp. W..t ra Uaio
all pare pint Laws and i* the only paint :.=.-- t
FURNITURE SALE. Swap your old that carries a (oarsntcs of parity. == 1 Day Service-Neat Cuban Club I 60S D....| St. Joo M..
furniture as part payment for new.LONG'S Cook for this Guarantee the label = I' POULTRYIf I I COFFEE I S

w.1.v._ wab ____ i
.is.e..e say.rh.r ra-Maa.fat..eraf r.,7w ,
.s .ds a.k...,. ..ta ibes ... DeaM,.wy ttG+R' :L

visit or call. Ask Yoor Grocer For .... .
+: C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets 1 Fulford's Poultry Farm I I 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE ., ''SI

-I Pbon 880 I D.lJT.r j Half Pond Pk*.. lOc