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: October 1, 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
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AJuoclated Preaa Day. Wire" .' ; Key West, Florida, has tbg

I Service. I tEb e 1& ,/ ..W 1t QCttt3tfl t moat equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the cp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



Veteran Of Suffrage BattlesTo ,COUNTY ADOPTSBUDGET GOVERNMENT PROPOSES TO AID Followers Of.. Administration See Hope


Lead Women Of World .In'1?1 National Youth Adminis- Students who are eligible to par- : tIn High Court For "New Deal" Issues

tration has promised to aid needy ticipate: _
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Great Crusade Against OTHER. .MATTERS-. HEARD AT High School pupils to the extentof ((1) Students of 16 and must 25. be betweenthe r -

Ward I i MEETING' : .LAST NIGHT. INCLUDING 16 per month each, with the ((2)ages They must be members of GIVES: fRAISE COUNCIL PASSES t Believe Many 01 Policies

idea of keeping pupils in school relief families and must be able to

!' I QUESTION OF who would otherwise have to dropout do! high grade work in school. TO LIGHTHOUSE I LIQUOR MEASURE Will Be Approved By

and of enabling those to return ((3)) They mcst be able to
Activities To Be Car
[ BOND OFFERINGS who have been forced out on' show that they have had to quit i WORKERS HERE High Tribunal Before

I account of financial conditions it school for lack of such financial I DURINGJIEETING
ried On By International -: RED CROSS UNIT ; has been announced. assistance in the past, or that they Next Election

I I Adopting a tentative budgetfor I Those receiving this aid must will be enable to attend this year I

League LookingFor the year 1935 and 1936 was : fulfil the following conditions: without such assistance. SUPERINTENDENT DEMERITT; ORDINANCE GOVERNING SALE
I [ Must be between 16 and 25 Institutions which are eligibleto i
the of the meet-
DONATIONS AND principal object
of the commissionersheld years of age; participate in this program: i iI LIQUOR IS BASED ON (thtrf ., n.nTile Associate
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR ing county: Must be on May 1935, relief ((1)) All institutions! of less'! TO OPERATIONS IN I Fm W...,...*.)
last night in the county court rolls; than college grade both public I An interesting new theory

SIGRID ARNE STORM SUFFERERSThe I house. Must maintain acceptable and private are eligible to participate -i] RECENT STORM SUE 4 TO 2

toy AMerlate4 Press) Present at the meeting were grades. in the! program provided I I ,,bout the constitutional issue is

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1.- Chairman Carl Bervaldi Commis- The pupil must do some nominal they are non-pr:fit making 4n I I I taking root among some administration -
local Red Cross chapter is tasks to earn this if it is seen fit character. Daniel C. Roper secretary of )!
sioners Braxton B. Warren and i City council at a special meeting
Whether the pea really is mightier making another appeal for cash to assign them. It is not the purpose ((2)) If you are not sure that I of the United States followers. It springs
commerce j
Nathan Niles; Attorney WilliamV. of the administration to give I I the institution you wish to attend this morning, which was
than the sword will be put to a contributions clothes bed linens writes in terms of Irvm that
Albury Clerk Ross C. Sawyer this money with no return at all comes undtr this classification" highest praiseof I a hope partial supreme
and other articles which, would assist called for
unique test'tbi. fall and winter in Tax Assessor J. Otto Kirchheiner from the pupil. consult your public school superin-I the personnel of the Seventh 1 an entirely different court approval for. "new deaf.

those who suffered losses in Chief Deputy Bernard Waite The Administration proposes to 'I tendent in the city, county or other Lighthouse\ District. A letter to purpose passed on its third and
the first world-wide move forpeace. the storm that swept the Florida citizens. aid seven percent of those be- school district in which you re Superintendent W. W. Demeritt I policies still may be attainable before .
and several interested
Keys on September 2, it is an- tween the ages of 16 and 25 who I side. follows: 1 final reading an ordinance relative next year's election
After the adoption of the ten- were on the May 1935 relief rolls. Type\ of aid available:
Women ,who belong to the International nounced. 'tative budget it was ordered pub- Mrs Nina Ryder Johnson of the I ((1) The aid provided high "Mr. William W. Demeritt, I to the sale of liquor within Those who entertain such a
The chapter's q\ ota toward the lished in The Citizen and will appear this school "Superintendent of Lighthouses
local administration, says students is in the form of the corporate limit of the city
League for Peace and)storm i, relief is set at $1,000 and in the issue of Saturday means that approximately 100 I i I part-time jobs which enable students "Key West Florida. I hope argue that the highest court

Freedom are organizing swiftly*I it is this amount which chapter October 5. cases can be aided here. If 100 to earn on an average of $6 "Dear Mr. Demeritt: of Key West. really could not have intended its
it All offerings of bonds pursuantto take advntage of this, it will mean per month while attending school. "It is with great pleasure and '
'| officials are tr>ins to collect There NRA decision to have the
are stipulations
t for a house-to-house campaign in:! notice published in Septemberwere that about $600 more per month ((2) In the case of individual gratification that I have purveyed no governing sweeping

| is said. Anyone wishing to con- refused.No will be released in this city. students who are especially well!r the reports of the service rendered the location of places of application commonly ascribedto

both Europe and America during]i tribute toward this fund should complaints were received on ] This is entirely separate and dis- qualified, or for whom the assignment in the wake of the recent Flor- vendors nor the time during it at the time.

which they will ask the rank and I see the executive secretary at.the the matter of tax: equalization and: tinct from any other forms of re of work is impracticable. ida hurricane which sales may be made. I
chapter rooms in the public on roll call the tax books, as presented lief. Each individual receivingthis aid may be granted for maintaining prepared by you The ordinance i The argument, n, further that

file to sign a "People's M.ndati library building or W. L. Bates by Assessor Kirchheiner aid gets a check mailed directly excellence in their school and your distinct personneL I I as finally ,passedis :the court had held on many previous -

Against War" to be presented to I I treasurer. were unanimously adopted. from the administration: head- work. In such cases the assis- "These posts have been well as it was passed on its first I i occasions that there were

I I chapter Deputy Sheriff's bond of SI-! quarters in Jacksonville. It is ance granted shall be in the maintained and jour duties well reading Saturday before any !circumstances under watch the

aU governments and to the Leagueof It i" pointed out that inasmuch 000 on the New Amsterdam: Casualty hoped that this will enable many amount determined by the flu- performed under difficult amendments were offered. federal auld
very government
as Key West was fortunate enoughto company for William Mark; who have been forced out to return dent's individual need but in no 1 After th. of the i properly } -
conditions. I reading into local
wish to personally go communities and
Nations at Geneva. I
escape the two recent storms Oak ford was approved. :: to school. case to exceed $6 per month.
Bond of Orlando Caraballo. convey to you and through you ordinance upon roll call th. :regulate industry; that the
Those desirinf to take advantage to make application:
They hope, while armies are a thanks offering t-hould be made i Schechter poultry which
notary public, in the sum of $500. of this offer should apply directly ((1) Make your application ta those associated with )you my vote stood: Councilmen F.
swords and loading toward those less fortunate ones served as a test for NRA was a
buckling on
i issued by the American Surety to the principal of Key West direct to the principal of the sincere congratulations and thanks. F. Hoffman mad J.. Frank
rifles to'drown the mounting war,': who not only lost homes and company was approved.A. High School. school you wish to attend. "Very Sincerely Roberts, No. Councilmen particularly weak cast from the
talk with flood of I household goods but their families F. Ayala sales manager of I I government viewpoint; and that
an equal peace _._ "DANIEL C. ROPER,
the West Electric ,I - ------- -- -- ------ Ralph B. Pinder. C. C. if the plea Of Itt e.al necessity
talk. II and friends. Key company "Secretary of Commerce." I
presented a proposition for the, Syntonette Ambrose Clear were strongly mtaurted under
Germany And Italy Out Any contribution no matter how commissioners to purchase: a General -, MRS. L. FERRER BARGE MOVED companied The foregoing by letter from was Charles ac-I and Joe Cabrera Yes. 'I some other statute, the court

An American woman Mabel I small will be gratefully received Electric drinking fountain one I might recpa-od. far more favor-
A. Park, acting commissioner of I The original object of the
Vernon will\1 lead the campaign.But .(t by the chapter it is stated.'MRSlSTRJCKER for monthly$180 to payments.be paid. The for in matter 18 I DIED LAST NIGHT TO NEW PLACEPLANES lighthouses! in which: he writes:1 meeting was to .accept the offerof I I ably.Such a devilopmtnt' unquestionably

she will be aided by outstand- "This office would like to add its' '
held until future meeting 'I Jackson Golden manager of, would be -
was over a ,
ing men and women in all theEuroppeeannatronslewxccept'in ... .. ., ,. appreciation of the good work Oolonlal I loathe. .Deami.im-rt-c: ;: ; _
< > vr* .p"v- the Hotel ..,:f'jJoJttrln*- -
Germany : SERV-icES-WI :B't done bj the emjIp) oyes of the eerY- ; ;
FUNERAL: WILL LAND IN FUTURE 'couhcif They say it would remove Mr.
ice in your district on this occa, $1,000 to be used in pay
and Italy where the wom- Roosevett's anxiety about
en's have dissolvedin BADLYJNJURED M'CARTHYS BACK CONDUCTED THIS AFTERNOON AT. YACHT sion." ment of employes. It is understood -{! havingto
peace leagues go back to the "hone and buggy
recent years I BASIN I that a revenue bond will be'' days" and enable his supportersto

Miss Vernon is a seasoned cam- HOME FROM I TRIP FLORIDA BRINGS issued for the loan which may be' use to their own advantage all
paigner who first wet her feet in STRUCK BY BICYCLEHEN + used in payment of taxes when ;, that the opposition has been saying -

the women's suffrage fight in I EMERGING FROM HER Mrs. Leonora Vrfiz Ferrer 77, Looking to the convenience of I 302 PASSENGERSCUBA I the hotel company is ready. about upholding the constitution
this country.She loan was accepted.FORMER and the courts.
SwarthmoreColumbia RETURN TO KEY WEST THIS died last night 8:30 o'clock in the passengers traveling on planes of
was a -I HOME YESTERDAYMrs. I l The question is, can the court
graduate with a teaching posi residence at 219 Simonton the Miami-Key West Airways, be take
tion when the suffrage fight lured} Funeral services are to be street.j' Inc., the landing barge has been' ARRIVES FROM HAVANA I Matty administration men doubtit.

her away in 1914. After the successful Ethea Strieker, teacher in FLORIDA this afternoon 5 o'clock transferred from the railroad f

campaign she turned to the Harris school is in the U. S. residence: Rev. A, B. Dimmick, of terminal to the yacht basin. { WITH T\\ :NTY-SEV. POSITION Lung 'Political Estate
the equal rights fight. In recent St. Paul's church officiating. I First
Marine hospital suffering from The yacht basin is more cen EN PASSENGERS impressions about politic
years she has served as finance I concussion of the brain and pos- Lieutenant E. R. McCarthy. U. Lopez Funeral Home is in often are decervia. and some of
located and shelter
and then as campaign manager sible skull fracture received when S. Coast and Geodetic Survey,. charge of arrangements. trally provides W. L. BAKER: WINS OUT the prediction, which immediately -
for the American branch of the the, was_struck yesterday by a bicycle and Mrs. McCarthy were return- Survivors are two daughters for the landing barge and planes Steamship of INI I followed the death of Huey
Florida the P.
women's peace league with head-I ridden by a ooyl' I ing passengers on the Steamship Mrs. Mary B. Sanchez and Mrs. ,I of the line that might be in port r and O. S. S. company arrived 6:30 ELECTION CONDUCTED j: Long are far from convincing

quarters here, strangely enough She had just emerged from her Florida this morning from their :Juliet Napolis; one son Frank Mo-j> in case of adverse weather. o'clock this morning from Miami IN ALABAMA I It is true that as expected.'Long' ,
in the used by General reno of Tampa two brothers+I The patronage that has been '
building ;
home on William' street when several -I honeymoon spent in different ] with 204 first class and nine I Louisiana political ma-
Grant the civil war. t Amatho and Frank Veliz and one accorded the ser.-ice since its inauguration sec
during chine
boys came riding swiftly by. parts of the country. ond class passengers for Havana [ K showing signs of earlydisintegration. ,
'Peace March i They collided with Mrs Strieker i Their wedding was solemnized sister Mrs. Elvira Veliz Muro. practically assures the 57 first\ and 32 second class for; !I It is true also -"
Miss Vernon has a theory that who was thrown prostrate her I I in St. Paul's Episcopal Church i There are also nine grandchil- tri-weekly service for an indefinite Key West W. L. Baker formerly of Key ; that talk of bedding any cffcr
dren and six! great-grandchildren. period. Negotiations: be- making a total of 302 West, son of the late Mrs.. Dora I
intangible ideals such as peace: head striking the concrete side- : Sunday afternoon September 1. are from Miami. tive third party around that ma-
can be dramatized. She sees a I walk. She suffered.injuries about I I After the ceremony a receptionwas ing pushed by the Key West Administration passengers The vessel also brought 36 ton I' Baker, has been elected commissioner chine has ahnoet disappeared.The .

military parade churning up enthusiasm the face also.Inquiry : held at the home of the PLAN HANDBALL for increasing the of freight, 749: sacks of mail and of health and safety in the political organization which
.along the nation's main! vas made at the hos- I bride's parent Mr. and Mrs service to daily round trip flights I 16 automobiles for Havana 36 city of Tallzdega Alabama where held Louisiana so tightly in lU

streets with their martial music, pital this morning as to Mrs.Strieker's : Allan B. Cleare on North Beach.'I between the two cities. I tons of freight, 160 sacks of;mail I he has made his home for a num- grip was not, however, the whole
their and she smiles COURTS AT PARK I With daily plane flights avail- ber of years. \ i I II
flying flags condition and the surgeon -I In the afternoon the couple left I and seven automobiles for Key : of Long's political estate. He also -
1 : able from Miami this win- In letter to relatives and
coming ,
The same thing she says can be! in charge of the case told the East Coast for a visit ini West. I a aj[I left to posterity a legacy of
done has cover ( j! ter it is believed that most of KeyWest's j I clipping from a newspaper, Mr.
for war no The Citizen that die j visible
peace; was suffering i i Washington where a reception Steamer Cuba arrived from : unrest and longing, having
peculiar claims on flags and march from concussion of the brain and I II j! I permanent winter visitors! I| Baker chows that' the incumbent 1
: [was tendered by brother officers I! CONSTRUCTION WORK TO BEGIN Havana yesterday afternoon with '[ and tangible form through the
will travel from Miami here I Commissioner )I. R
music. I\I'j I possible fracture of the skulL I I'I of Lieutenant McCarthy, after)I byj 27 passengers: and sailed for Tam- | Joiner was. medium of MB "shareoorweathi !
Her confreres here and abroad: TOMORROW ON plane as well as many tourists who f I defeated by a majority of 115votes "
\ Her condition vas satisfactory the I[I which they proceeded to his home|i, 1 I I desire pa 6:30 o'clock with 37 passen- i I organized locally in many
and to the to spend only a short timein The latter receiving 529]
agree propose put I| surgeon said.MONEY t ti' |! in Boston Mbss., for a visit with NEW PROJECTS gers. j communities.
this Mr. Baker .
theory to test. On both con-, jI I
his parents. I I' I The de preview of Ute move-
tinents they will descend on !I I ; meat was evidenced when the caddies -
neighborhoods with pen and READY OFFICER PLAN TO SURVEY i JOINS i ii | at a mountain gdfiag' resort
paper in hand talking peace, getting WARBLER LEAVESTO Construction wil" ,:1 start tomorrow -,X I i i i in Pennsylvania where this writer

the signatures of men and FOR JURYMEN I on two handball courts in''i i happened i. be vacationing

women who have no love of battle i AIDSTEAMER Bayview Park. Construction of i GIVEN PROMOTION I II DAMAGE IN STORM 1 i UNIV. FRATERNITY, solemnly .lowered the country

fields. They hope to leave be- these courts come under a re-!' i I club flag to Half-staff at the news
hind them a growing storm of I cently approved WPA project t tI i of Long's death.
talk. I I' Clerk C. :Cam: B. Curry, of criminal which authorizes ten of the courts I i LIEUTENANT: JOHNSON LEFT t j I
i I It will be some time before
Lieut-Commander G. B.
Tyler i BERT 1
First 11 S.Thl'Y i court, stated this morning CALLED TO in parks and playground i
Rallies U. s; WRECKING TUG medical office the I i anyone can nay how much of this
j navy corps at ON PLANE FOR FLORI. ,
that remuneration for jurors who A crew of 15 men and one :, I
I 1
time all
will ask! for at Navy Mine Yorktown, IN BRANCH OF UNIVERSITY sentiment will .survive or into
depot near I
meetings whether held in served during two days last week: ASSISTANCE OF S. S. 'oreman will be placed to work on
public I has been advanced to the rank DA EYSIJeut.l'naiit what new channels new leaders
is available ORGANIZATIONBert
churches, schools, convention halls i number no"N.i I ROTTERDAM : this project tomorrow. i of commander it was announced iI j jI j jI may' tem it n-.. y. Certainly
) Quite a have already
or labor union headquarters. They' received their but there I in Washington yesterday. j t ail proof is tecMa* that it will
will ask the aid of teachers club money are I Commander wither and blow just because -
Tyler's away
nam' was M. T. Johnson 1!
I still few who hare not been to !
j a Hernandez stndeat at the
women and labor union members. AGAIN WE INVITE 101 officers of the United the huttvfchial who inspiredit
Wrecking.Tug; left among navy Staua.Army, Air
Ithe office and these are advised ( Reserve I of!
j of is one
University Tampa
Peace rallies will be held. The. that Mr. Curry "JH be at the i shortly after 2::C 'c1ock this afternoon YOU TO i medical corps recommended for I' left yesterday* afternoon'. a initiated has gene beyond.C. .
three students recently
first round in the United' States is 1 court house tomo-rov.I :. I called to the assistance of Ii I SEE AND HEAR i promotion and approved by Presi-i.I plane for'a Vfe;v of, U e damage on I pledges into the Rho Nu Delta, theuniversity's j O. P. 'Sitting Up
planned for the following cities!: ;i dent Roosevelt. Secretary Claudz the Florida The recent Republican executive -
i the S. S. Rotterdam\ reported ( PLAY BY PLAY DE- I Keys, following in the fraternity.
i New York Chicago. Minneapo'is! ,I aground 'on Morant Shoals about'': {! A. Swanson said. His home address wake of the hurricane<. September youngest of the I committee get-together at
Pittsburgh New Orleans. Buffalo.i YOUNG PEOPLE'SUNION I,II 100 miles from Kingston Ja-l SCRIPTION OF is Ashland.I 2. Don. Gj'nnla;president Washington Mould be chalked) op

Wichita. Columbus! Baltimore. I maica. \ I Four other Virginiains are included Lieutenant and Mrs. Johnson fraternity has sent a the newspaperparagraph. initia-f!as an endeavor toward better

Santa Barbara. Wheeling, W. Va..;i TO MEET I 'This vessel\was reported ashore i i World SeriesSPONSORED ''I in the list. They are: are visitingsin' Key West and are t! ti
Denver. Seattle, Boston and Jack- yesterday according to radio mes-i Lieut. R. R. Doss of Drakes guests of Mrs. J \\I080n', parents.i Sir. and Mrs. Laiar Ilernande,I II rather than a premature effort to
sonville. Fla. i sages received at the naval station Branch and Lieut. II. L. Pugh of Major W. W. Rhein U. S. A., at{ Ashe street deal with issues and candidacies.
When the goal of fifty million I communication offices and': BY I Crozet, advanced to lieutenant- their quarters in the barracks. of 613 Naturally the Democrat

names on these peace plea has Officers for the years 1934 and I told to The Citizen by Lieutenant. FORD MOTOR CO. commanders; Junior Lieuts. C.. B. The lieutenant expressed a desire -I sweeps in 1932 and 1934 left much

been realized the lists will be taken '35 and the newly elected officers I Wm. Klaus, U. S. N., in charge.i AT OUR SHOWROOM i Stringfellow of University and O.t to see the Florida Keys from -FRESH- Republican disorganization in their
to the various governments by, for 1935 and '36 of the Inland The notice of the wreck was pub J. Brown of Clarendon! advanced the air and arrangements were wake. The sadden drying up of

delegations of leading citizens i City Young People's Union will lished in the issue Of yesterday.It OCTOBER 2ND, 1935 I j! to lieutenants.-Yorktown (Va.) i, made through Lieutenant Wm. Fruits and VegetablesLarge G. O. P. patronage, after a dozen

Then an international delegation meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock. is understood the vessel hasa 'I Newspaper. Klaus, U. S. N., in charge of com Shipment Just Jolt R.- yean of plenty was enough in itself -

will arrive at the League of The newly elected officers will large number of passengers: on Trevor & Morris Inc."OJ4eat munieation service at the naval caved tTift's to cause local ..t-....* in many

Nations offices in Geneva prerenting be inducted into office during the board. She is rated at 24,000 tons Dr. Tyler was medical officer nation, for a plane to come to Key localities to fall apart. Chairman
the world list as Miss meeting which is to be held in the and is owned by the Holland-1 Continuous Ford Deal. at the Key West Naval Station i West from the naval air station; Cash Grocery Fletcher wants to get a head start

Vernon says "with all possible recreation annex to the First American Line of Belfast Ire- ers in the World" from 1927 to '29. and is also a son- at Opa-locka which was placed at 1101 Division St. Phone 29 with the job ef patching the weak

demonstration.! | :Methodist church. land and is of Dutch register. .. in-Iavi; of Mrs. IL B. Boyer. i Lieutenant Johnson's disposal. :places

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'_ Hep 32fogt CjgnPabllahed I I I KEY WEST IN t Jr., Paul L. Mesa, Willard F. Rw- Today's
l-MNUTE SAFETY I! cell, Arnold Swain and Charles L Horoscope
[tally Ec pt"ddar By On October 7 the United States Supreme TALKS / I
PCBLISRtC0. DAYS GONE BYHapp.niaga | Roberts. All are local men. .e..e..eoe.e..e..e.ie
L. P. ARTMA*. Prrslteat Court will in its new 10 mil .
JOB ALLK\ Aumlntmmt B..I.... M*_KV open L By Don Herold I The special indications of the
From The Citizen Building lion-dollar building what may prove to be Here Just 10 Years The four busses ordered by the
Corner Greene and Ann Streets Age Today A. Taken From ; degree which governs the first
one of the most momentous sessions ever i The File. Of The Citizen i i Key West Electric company to :day of the month point to a highly -
Only Dally Newspaper In Spy West and Monroe iI supplement: the street car Atrvtee
Count _ _. held by the nation's highest tribunal. For Ii I I II I..
I -- - t i on some of the streets of the city sensuous U* *r.t; thoughi
Entered at Key West.FIIPTY..5IXTH Florida, a.YEAR second clan matter the fate of much New Deal legislation will liS t "NO !f tioh I No action was taken last nightLy : have arrived and are of the moot I I i tiaaaa aspects H.may he so ton-

Mmher .( the A__*ei.tr* I VM. be at stake. p county commissioners on the modern type. It will be about 101 bed I, that it is only exceedingly sen
the Associated Press I.l exclusively entitled to use matter of bridges over the -water j'I days before they will be in opera-!'
for rcr:A..>icii49:! of ell new dispatches credited, tot I Inasmuch as' the members of this 'It I gaps on the road to the mainland' tion. said Manager; ft. L. GrOOMS'I sitive. The syMpathies are keen,
: ;)r not otherwise crt lilted: In this paper and also From now and this, in females, often in-
_the local news published here.'NATIONAL august body of jurists are but human, and I on Chairman Otto Kirchheiner: stated I II of the electric company.
I duets M.M. There is a
Luther that formal had been 1'
classified conservativesor a meeting
ate generally as
EWTORIAlASSOCIATIOM> We craw I held last week at which time it I I probability of early breavemeht
Editorial! comment: Urged by i
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in of their records
liberals the light past decided to have complete'I or loss of inheritance.
1-1 I was a his sweetheart to reform a yom
L <::/y 1933VD I on the bench and elsewhere it be of the keys made and
may survey New York burglar known a*
___________ Subscribe! to. The Citizen-20c
SVBSCRIPTIOV RATES! said that broadly speaking the personnelof routes determined definitely before "Slim." agreed to compromfre and
.... .. ... .. _'n'.__StB. the question of bridges was. I I weekly.Eiaen. .
Tear '
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!Six 1 Months .. .-....... -- ... --. -.-. .------.. t:: the court is divided somewhat as follows : ) discussed.! This survey will be a plumber..
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fine three:Month Months. .. _'_' ._. ._..._ -- .0'1'I : r@J authorized within a short time it; There I The damage was esti mated
was a large crowd out last
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Weekly was said by the chairman and thenit
RATES Four conservatives, Associate Justices night to witness the bout at the I at J2O
will be time for discussing bids'I
Made known on application. James C. McReynolda Willis Van Devan- Athletic Club. The one which:
SPECIAL NOTICEAll STILL A i for the construction of bridges drew the greatest interest was ,
reading notices. cards of thanks, resolatlens of ter. Pierce Butler and George Sutherland.Four Representatives! of a number of that between Gus BENJAMIN LOPEZ
will be charged for at Reyes and
respect. obituary notices etc.. Louis D. There's something pussy-foot WHAT'S YOUR RUSH? corporations were present and a
the rate of 1' cents a lln liberals I I Guinea Gardner. The bop put up;FUNERAL HOME
t>churches from which about statistics. They usually all folded like gathering of interetsed citi ,
Notices for entertainments "The car up an large: a: splendid exhibition and in the
a revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. Brandeis, Harlan F. Stone, Owen J. Rob- don't tell the whole story. They accordion woman with a zens. Scrviaf Key' West
forum and invites discusaion end the fight declared dn-w.
Th of Citizen public issues is an open and subjects of local or general erts and Benjamin N. Cardozo. Chief Justice I leave too much to the imagination. broken back.. man oblivious to : was a I Half C.atary

interest. but it will not publish anonymous communications. Charles' E. Hughes votes sometimeswith And practically none of us the dagger-like sliver of steel that John Curry, city supervisor of I A small fire occurred this 24 Hour Ambulance Servico
has any imagination. We read stuck from his streaming wrist registration informed The Citizen I Licensed Embaimcr
one group and sometimes with the I that 36,000 people were killed and pretty girl with her foreheadlaid today that Tax Oollector William morning in a residence at 301 Pkon. 135 Night 698-"
Amelia street, owned Thomas!
is most often found around a minion Injured in auto- broken hip sliverIn by
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST other, but he taking open. Maloney, for the county, says he ,
mobile accidents in America last the ." .
liberal side. s I eye will have deputies at certain specified < j I ---- -- -- --- -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN year and then go right out
sections of the city for sev-i
and have ourselves.
Three classifications however, do not
'So I was glad to read horrible eral weeks to collect poll tan!
give a very definite clue to the probable article about automobile accidents I- "Cracked pelvis broken ribs thereby raving citizens the trou-'

1. Water'and Sewerage. vote of the court on constitutional ques- In a recent number of the which puncture heart and lungs ble of the long walk to the court:

__ .2. Bridges to complete Road to Main tions. Although the NRA was no doubt Reader's Digest which called a windshield frame which cut house. There is at all times a deputy -i
her throat from ear to Goar.-
severed artery a severed artery.It on duty at the city half for! I
land. essentially", a liberal measure, or at least will make you sick. You oughtto WHY GET THERE AHEAD OF the purpose of collecting these l G1 'I

,'], !Free Port. was intended to be, it was knocked out bya read it. TIME? taxes II ', 1
Let me-if you can stand it- "If the steering wheel holds, it y
4_ Hotels and Aparunentiiii. unanimous decision of the court, on the quote a few phrases at random ruptures liver or spleen if A large delegation of Spanish I ICE

..Bathing Pavilion, ground of unconstitutionality. from this piece and then ask you it breaks, it plunges through his War Veterans wPl arrive in Key USE
,_..,.,*"&f1 JjTi In view of the unanimity of that de- if you are STILL IN A HURRY. abdomen. West tomorrow from St. Petersburg I l+
AiJ"PCrts-Lan1 and Sea
,; The
? steady panting groaningof LET THE OTHER FELLOW I where they have been attending i
Sy?-i ConsoSdation. of County and City' cision, which wrecked one of the most a human being with pain WAIT A LITTLE WHILE. the 1925 convention of I 1 ITS PURER!

.Governments. sweeping instrumentalities of the New creeping up on him as the shock "The insane crumpled effect of t the organization. A short time will I LASTS LONGER!
wears off the Z-twist In his i'kU
Deal, it is widely believed that much other broken leg the raw ends a child's body after its bones are be spent in Key West while await

legislation now to be tested by the Supreme of bones protruding through I crushed Inward ." ing the departure of the steamer ICE REFRIGERATORS

Court will be thrown out flesh. ." STILL IN A HURRY? for Havana. Ther were 15,000 i
by majority attending the convention but it WJTi i
Made of all metal-equipped ,
decisions if not unanimously.The I was not stated definitely how : i t

highest legal talent will be em- many of them will; go to Havana. f with WATER COOLERS 1 1f

WILL always seek the truth and print it ployed, both to attack and defend the i Ii TODAY'S WEATHER ]I The Ladd Realty company yesterday I E They're Economical
without fear and without favor never be l
; I Ir
laws under scrutiny, and some of the most closed the sale of a piece 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; of property at the intersection- of
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battles in the of the -
spirited court history r
always fight for progress; never be the or- Temperatures morning over the eastern Cana-Angela and Simonton streets for i I I 1N-1 11 k Satisfaction
nation may be expected.OUTSTANDING
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique Highest ____....___ ......._._....__...____.-89 dian provinces, Cochrane, Ontario 15000. The buyers were of members Mi-I Priced at '

faction class always do its utmost for the Lowest ........._._...........__.._.... .......75 29.66 inches, and pressure u moderately of the Venois company i
; AMERICAN Mean ....._..._....._.......,.................82 ami.
low southward
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or Normal Mean _................ .. .....81Rainfall over Flor- former $30 and $35
DEMOCRACYThe ida; while a high pressure area, Dr. Alfredo Zayas,
denounce vice and virtue
injustice; praise ;
president of Cuba and Zayas,
crested the northern Plains
commend good done by individual or organIzation Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. arrived yesterday in Key West EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
States Rapid N. D., 30.24 '
City I'
; tolerant of others' rights, views and life insurance industry providesthe Normal Precipitation ..._ .18 Ins. inches.: overspreads most districts from an extended visit in northern !i r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
most vivid possible illustration of the -Thi. rrrr. vvvera :4-....r peeled cities. They were met on
opinions; print only news that will elevate radlHK .! t. .Vlcti: ...!. a..r.laa.Tomorrows I west of the Mississippi River. Rain arrival Cuban ConsulDomingo 1 I ICE CO.U VI+
thrift of the American by
and foresight people. AlmanacSun mostly light, has occurred duringthe
>rot i contaminate the reader; never cona-: Milord and Cuban Vice e
rises m._...._........ 6:20 a. m. last 24 hours from Manitoba INPhone :
promise with principle.: Every dollar of the billions invested Sun sets .......+_..._...... 6:13 p. m. southeastward over the lower Consul of Felix Gronlier.and other intimate Cub-1
Moon rises ___.__......._._10:38 a. m. Lake region and in northern Cali- ans prominence I No. 8
I in life insurance policies means that some- Moon sets ....___......___. 9:20 p. m."fornia and there have been lightI friends. i
A cynic remarks that many lawyers I one has saved has worked and has done Tomorrows'Tides i I j scattered showers in central and Offices of the Island City r +I t ef

nl!ke-a long case; many doctors a short what he could to set up a defense against A.M. P.M.i I southern abnormally Florida.low Temperature this mornnig* Realty company have been open- f

on*. the exigencies of the future. Every timea High .-_..--_....m:. 1:01 i from are the northern Plains States ed on the first floor of the Vic, r t iI ss a.[

Low .___...h........... 6:28 5:40: Realty Company's building. The I
premium is paid or a new policy sold, eastward over the Lake region
Barometer 8 a. m. todays ..
and Winnipeg. Manitoba reporteda -- - -- -
The shrewd politician hops on the I it means that dependents are being pro- Sea level, 29.84.WEATIIEk minimum reading of 26 degrees' ;

I and wagon as soon as he is convinced of tected against the unexpected death of while temperatures are seasonablefrom

its-identity. the wage-earner or that the wage-earner FORECAST California eastward* over i

himself is setting in motion machinery (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) Florid.
The tropical : was
will be assured of -! Key West and Vicinity: Partly
whereby he an independent
Congress, too, is taking -breathing cloudy tonight and Wednesday,I central last night 75 to 100 miler

,spell, but unfortunately it will only lastuntil comfortable old age. northwest of Bermuda moving
This is a typically American achieve- I northeastward about 25 miles per-
hour. .
ment. It is not by an accident that the' ( G. S. KENNEDY

average American possesses many times as Officer in Charge
T Those crackpot theorists in Washington -

are a dangerous lot with their tripleA much life insurance as the citizens of other ,I ........................ Why :\ ,
countries. American individualism, our
::various alphabetical combinations, and !'Today In Historyi..rroso.ero..e.re..oa _
ancient heritage creates an instinctive desire -
.. the- famed double-cross. not be happy
to provide for one's own financial

future through one's own efforts. Few of l. '\}' -* L J t 1800-Spain, by secret treaty, WL with
.. One of the sternest rebukes the writer ceded Louisiana back to Franc
our citizens wish to be wards of charity or Partly Cloudy Shower
eves from his mother after he had
got was
to attain old GOODHARDWARE '
inconsiderately tossed away a piece of government-they want age probably showers; gentle to mod- 1890-McKinley: tariff bill signed ,!
comfort and leisure for themselves. And President.
erate variable winds. by n.
bread. It was presented to him as a sin Florida Partly cloudy tonightand ? !
millions of them are doing that through : J :
because it deprived someone of food-a Wednesday probably showers \ .
lffe ; 1896 Rural Free Delivery es-
insurance, the most democratic of in- j,*J
in south postion.Jacksonville
necessity of life. tablished. -
stitutions. : to Florida Straits ; '
I fs
r and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate
The destruction of food is considered variable winds: becoming northerlyover 1909-Bombs, in labor war, ; SPECIAL
north weather part-i wrecked newspaper and killed 20, .
one. of the worst forms of sacrilege according ly overcast tonight;and Wednes-'i i& Los Angeles.

to Christian: belief and doctrine. The Results of years of research and ex- day with scattered showers over i
8-S'-R. ,
restriction of production-ploughing under south portion. 's Five- Standard Roofing Y
periment in plastic surgery were described j 1 i
,Year Plan inaugurated.
killing of farrowing sows and other
by Dr. Oscar V. Batson of Philadelphia WEATHER! CONDITIONSA
demands of the AAA seems to come under I
in address before of '
recently an a group 1934-Gen. Hugh S. Johnson

this condemnatory charge of sacrilege. specialists faces. in the art of making new disturbance is central this I took formal farewell. of. NRA. $225' :

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The way to avoid another Sarajevo lIe related his success in furnishing .

and a consequent European conflagrationis artificial noses and ears without. the employment i Regular Price $2.15 \ t

for the League of Nations to set its foot of skin grafting operations 1 .

down on Mu-wolini's contemplated war of which many patients are unable or unwilling -

conquest or. defenseless Ethiopia. So far to undergo. He simply makes the CONSULT YOUR BANKER

the League has handled the situation with new members! out of a composition of flesh '.'.
palience, forbearance and wisdom. If these colored gelatin and glycerine and attaches "'I. '
are not productive of the object desired, it them to the patient's fae 'with the aid of ',- .

must: use force-the language II Duce spirit gum. .

speaks and understands.! By his method a plaster cast of the .:::.<

face is made and sent to accompanied 'fr. '

Faith without works is meaningless, by photographs and from these he con- I .:..
First National Bank of West '
and,!! education without morality cannot doth structs a permanent mold into which the Key .

(" work expected of it. Murray Butler composition poured and allowed to 1-

deplores. the criminal acts of boys and girls harden. Then the artificial m.ember h! Member of the Federal Reserve 1j

and men and women with a high school stuck in its place by means of the gum. If a j

education and! those who have had the advantage the new member is damaged in any way i

of the higher schools of learning. later it is removed and another one is Deposit Insured by Federal Depoait Insurance Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

Toobtain its objective education must be poured to take its place.
three-fold-moral, mental and physical. A Dr. Batson declared that two of his Corporation Phcne 593 White and Elba Streets

,deficiency in any one of these weakens the early patients, a man and a woman had "Your home is worthy of the best"

whole structure. Education must be complete worn the artificial noses he made for them

to obtain the desired results. with entire satisfaction for several years. j

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I World Series Opens Tomorrow At Detroit I

..... .... .e.. ... .. .e.eee...........a..e............................ ........................ t, Gammon Theological Seminary,

LON WINEKEIN :; FOLLOWINGi i .i : ;M R I Classified Column Today's: !Birthdays 1; Tex Atlanta 49, years Ga, born ago. at Rose HiU

iNG..STAR.\\ ....... .. ...........

I THROUGH! I ..............e.................................. Dr. Glenn Frank of
i 1 'oJ Sf - - -- president I James J. Thomas of Ohio, member
Advertisements under this head FOR SALE the Univ. of Wisconsin born at of the Federal Reserve Board

SCHOOLBOY I (By- JOVE) i ...........................e.:-.:...........:..:... will be inserted in The Citizen at I Queen City, Mo., 48 years ago. !born in Wales 48 years Aj'O.

i letfe*....4.........*..... : the rate of le a word for each in-I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 -
UYXOPStS! : Emily k 75c. The Charles H. Martin of W. Stickman
sheets Artman Dr. of New
., Press Ralph
I club from Edtcin 'Ba" "* om their; ct< <*- I.ertion.! but the minimum for the
j Dunn Buss diamondball JKng Might, and alter turovinf; onervout that If I ever had a house she'd do aug7 Oregon, torn at Carmi, mo. 72 i York City, noted clergyman, born
IN INITIAL TILT ;eity champions of Miami\ will play breakdown, With th. help me some. She's tickled to death over first! insertion in every instance is .
of Dr. IFarde. pets a toP in Birmingham years ayo.Lincoln at ilt Vernon, OhM, 46 yean
I series in this city doing em. 25c.
a three game "'an*, oded .y fcer friend ''ago.
j Thursday and" Friday nights of. (Charlotte make aood. But her Frances came as near smiling as PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
Payment for classified advertisements
t"fT. Frante! Felton MacVeagh of Conn and
managing "' ;
I this week. A baseball game at the ; write that edicut i a tenouulf ill It is possible for a perfect lady to cards, 125. The Artman
is in
invariably advance N.
Y., Minister to Greece born in Robert McLean of Philadelphia
afternoon at tctth pneumonta, and forftt Emilyto come. "I hoped you'd have Browne Press. ? I
J Navy Reid on Friday doe, and ( but regular advertisers with ledger tug Rhode Island 45 '
to Emily
rrtur ,
Cubs And Tigers Meet For 3:30 o'clock will also be played. I realize that _..,. at Intt the must do your house instead of picking up accounts may have their advertise- years ago. newspaper publisher, born there
endure Editin and Daiul helterskelter you're dIng. : 44 .
forget things as
I I I I Players making the trip to Key Carroll. ." ments charged. PRINTING-Quality Printing at Faith Baldwin of Brooklyn N. years ago.Bishop

Third Time; Annual West, 'under the management of I Emily twinkled wickedly at her. Advertisers! should give their the Lowest Price The Art- Y., novelist, born at New'Rochelle, i
( Bowen will be Bowen i Chapter 24 N. Y.. Frederick D. Leete of
: Press. 42
Hindy street address as well as their tele- man aug7 years avo.
"Do know why I didn't? Because
Classic Expected To !! (himself), catcher; Tuppeir. the I NEW HOME whenever you yon go Into one of his phone number if the' desire results I Omaha Nebr., M. E. clergyman,
Dr. Willis J. King president of i,born at Avon N. Y., 69
i years
I i! !peedt>ailking. Brown and Scwith-, T MILY came to the hospital twice houses someone always trills, "9h.I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.

er. pitchers Harrel, Ib; Croft,; *-* a day at first and stayed an With The
Draw Record Crowd I ; know Browne did this; It looks each classified advertise- Artman Press. aug7

i r 2b";; Dean; 3b; Martinets; Vick-. hour each time; then gradually her exactly like him!' I don't want my ment The Citizen will give free an

sf Pare Knights; Bowers and visits lengthened. Two weeks later house look like Browne's I wantit I
I ers, ; ; to ; Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
: 1:1.: I Vogue, outfielders, and Adams she had Edwin moved to her own to look like-like Emily Barnes. it.
Sperlal The (" ..) q| substitute. I "home, to the room that had been She stumbled over the last word. bundles for 6c. The Citizen Of. C Pair .T

DETROIT. Oct. 1.-The Detroit f Tu( Pen; Brown and Sehwitcher hers. Ills happiness: was almost too Her mother shrugged delicately I FOR RENT fice. oct6

1 will in the diamondball contests great to bear. thereby disclaiming all
pitch : responsibility
Cubs I
Tigers and the Chicaf 6 penBant
J while Brown will catch. In I She wrote to Charlotte as soon for the very probable gaucheries f FOR RENT-:5-room; furnished

winner in their .e.peetiy.l I; the baseball game, Vicken will do : as the die was cast very briefly of her daughter's completed home. apartment. Laundry tubs and PALACE

S SI.agaes the twirling and Pare'or Vogue I and casually, because, she didn't Emily came down from her perch to t garage. 514 Margaret\ street. Karloff-Bela Lugosi in

will moat for the third; wilf catch. dare let herself go. But Charlotte: survey the finished drapery. Phone 152-1L septlStf I THE RAVENTwo
i understood and answered the let- The door-knocker sounded and I

time in a World Series, what' the ter at once. Emily sighed as she went to answerit. Comedies
The Lopez: Funeral Homers, TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED .! QI

opening,,=_ab..of ,tba,1935*base- r Busy Bees and Firemen will play Emily, darling: thought There rebelliously ought to ,be against a law morn-, she APARTMENT Con- Matinee: lO-15e Night 15-25e I
:' f i that each and The cards do seemed to b6 veniences
nr game apiece so every porches. 519 Elizabeth
ball cla..ie'get$ under tomorrow stacked against you. and you're ing callers.
way r club in the city will get a chance probably doing the only thing pos The caller: was her mother-in-law street. Apply 523 South-
af er,eoij,in..'th!. city. : to play with the outside champs. nib Is; I'm The not only so sure thing it for would you be that for and Emily's: heart sank.Mrs. Barnes ard street. sept 14FURNISHED ]

I Thursday night the Firemen will myself or for anyone else. Dut then would never approve of the new
Ea' IMH/aut 1908 the rivaling I can't Imagine myself with any APARTMENT with
;, the first and the Busy'
play game man eating out hisheart for me! draperies; they didn't look "serv
,fi..c .. ., I 1 shall, Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson '
1 Bees in the second game. Friday On one thing though. iceable" enough. But she smiled
t_.... *** bats in tao big ..e.iea. I never let you rest. Don't let it get 1001 Eaton street. Phone
night the Lopez ten will tackle
i.. V, you: matrimony. I meandomesticity.
.. The:' Cubs came out victoi4ou.'both I them in the first game and a picked Don't "let your mind atrophy "Come in. You're just In time to 879-J. sept4-lmox J .
(because you have got a mind
team in the second contest. I Emily and a darn good one). Remember pass judgment.
years. la too homer that the world Isn't bor- > WANTED

........................ dered by a white picket fence. BARNES looked gratified.. Shingle to the
after I'm shipping your stuff and enclosing MRS. a Careystone
series, the WiaoV City Tribe WANTED STORE
dhanee to bid
pay-check. Frame the on
your a plump,rather dowdy
I vial for years-you will see no wear
check and put It In a prominent
playing. a IZ-inaing tit in the &i- place; let it be your ensign, of little woman who had "let herself your next printing order. The whatever. Place one in a fire and you'll find
1 battle. And carry on! go" considerably more than Frances Artman Press. au7
I I love you a great deal Infant. -o- that it will not burn Is it any wonder that
itial contest, made a clean sweep Charlotte Felton had. and prided herself upon I
shrewd owners everywhere are roofing> buildingswith
I .4..eeeo.eo.eeoeooeoo & Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
lIy winning four i im a row. In The letter filled her with an unbearable In fact Lucy Barnes prided herself weekly. Daily Baseball Returns I Careystone Shingles?

1753-.John Hardin, soldier of I yearning for Charlotte, for upon a great many things. Upon I N When you re-root an old building or build anew
SOS tb. Chicago nine woo tie I the Involution, noted fishier the heartening Influence of Charlotte By Wire
the fact, for example, that Mr. I one,get the facts oout Careystone Shingles.
first two garnet, lost the. third, and I against the Kentucky Indians I and the keenness of her mind Barnes was her lord and master In- KEY WESTCOLONIAL They' are made in a variety of weights, shapes
born in Fauquier Co., Va. Shot by that was as stimulating as an elec- stead of her companion; that he told'i HOTEL -0- and colors, and our prices will protect your

then captured the fourth)and fifth Indians May, 1792.1781Tames tric vibrator. But she questionedthe her what to believe and paid all the I COME IN AND GET THE pocketbook as well as this permanent roof will

advice;; it contained.The household accounts because"womenhad In the Center of the Businessand RESULTS OF THE protect your.building.

games to wi.. the series. Lawrence, famed little house was sweet: aNew nO..head for figures"; that she Theater District I
England cottage of white clapboard had
In all, the Cubs have played naval of leer ef the War of 1812 completely forgiven Emily for I
born at Burlington N. J. Died of with a white picket fence anda having behaved so disgracefully Fint Class-Fireproof- LEAGUES PHONE 598! White & Eliza Sts.Your .
seven times in baseball's classics, flagstone walk and big fat box. towards Edwin that she had her I s .
wounds received in battle June t Sensible Rate -0- Home Is Worthy, Of Th. Be.t"
not counting this year, winning the woods at the door. There was to be clothes made at home because the
a garden at the back: so far Edwin materials In dresses ,
first three and dropping the last ready-made COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
had gotten no farther than a pond were so shoddy nowadays. SOFT DRINKS,
four. The Tigers have seen World I 1799-Itufus Choate famed I
with gold and silver fish. "In time to pass Judgment on Carafe Elevator ETC. .
Massachusetts orator and
five times.' "
Series !!
competition what! She asked brightly.
He hadn't offered It for: sale after
statesman, born at Ipswich, Mass.\ Popular Prices >IADE OF ASBESTOS AND CEMENT
They never have come out victorious all; It had been built for Emily "The living-room draperies." -I-

in a single series ,as yet. Died July 13, 1859. and It seemed Incredible that Emily Emily led the way to the room. '
wouldn't one day live in it with him. Mrs. Barnes having greeted Frances --- -- --
The nearest' Detroit has come to 1838 Kate Field, journalist
with excessive cordiality stood
t Now his faith had been Justified
winning was lasts ar when Coerane's !!- actress author and lecturer, bornin and he moved in a roseate haze. back to observe the apple-green

men carried the St. Louis St. Louis. Died in Honolulu, chintzes: "Won't they fade!"
Emily worked frantically, because -.
May 19, 1836.: I "Xo." Emily assured her."They're
Cardinals to the full seven trames.: she had learned: In Birmingham that
However, the Tigers art the 1847-Annie Besant. world- If you worked very hard you wereuSI13.lIy sunfast"Mrs.,Barnes looked disappointed. "
tired think after FIRMS
too to you
favorites to win this year. They I known Theosophist leader born went to bed. Her own draperies were dark red A

have had World Series experienceand in London. Died in India Sept. and had been In use with' the ex
She couldn't furnish the house
are credited with one of the ception of the summer months, for
I 20, 1933. )
I and plant) : her garden at the same
best pitching staffs ni bas.!baIL twelve years. In June they were :
time and while her heart was with
Nevertheless, a team that has won. 1849-George E. Howard, not- the garden there was very little that taken down' and cleaned,and In September Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them -
2t; be dis- I 'they were put back. They I \
games in a row cannot I ed historian, who served Univ. of could be done with it until fall, so I
counted. And the Cubs did just ; were very durable curtains."They're i
Nebraska, Leland Stanford, born she concentrated upon immediate .
that. They must have been play- at Saratoga; N. Y. Died June 9, necessities such as chairs and tables : very bright and cheerful -
she conceded.
irg top-notch ball to accomplish 1928. and rugs. I
"They're well suited to this
fat of this sort I offer very
a Frances dropped In often "to

But it must be admitted that 1850-David R. Francis, Mis- suggestions. secure in the con stated.type of house. I think," Frances JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES TIFFS

anything can happen in a seven- souri governor, secretary of the viction that her wider experienceand Emily wanted to laugh. Whatever I
less) series. Both are t maturer taste were indispensable You'll: find out how
game or interior,: ambassador born at misgivings Frances might have I :
great teams and it will be a great I Richmond, Ky. Died Jan 15, to the furnishings of Emily'shome. about Tier daughter's taste would I: 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
She dropped in this morning.
the best club win.
May I 1927. never be communicated
to an
outj j the first tt 2Sc. SPECIALTY
"I notice in the paper that Kair- cup,
the Amer-
The have won
Tigers I I sider. Frances also prided herself. 1101 Division Street
allah is having a marvelous sale of
ican League pennant two consecu-. Mrs. Barnes sat down in the frailest
tive years and it will be the sec LEGION CIRCLE 'I Orientals she announced. Heppelwhite chair. "Don't let PLUMBINGDURO LARGO, tt 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE, 29

ond straight time the World Series was hanging curtains. She me stop you; I can only stay a V. & S., Ib ISc.

has been played by two western PLANS EMILY minute.
MEETING the folds of a draperyand
.teams. stepped back to consider the "I was through anyhow. I'm glad Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

After cinchirg the flag in their I effect "Is her* of an excuse to stop." 1 PUMPS GroceriesPLUMBING

respective league, Detroit and Chicago PresidentMrs. J. G. Piodela, of "Yes." Frances cocked her birdlike Frances rose. "1 must send Wit. STAR COFFEE MILL

proceeded to lose games, the the American Legion Auxiliary(I head. The gathers are a little (liam." for your father so I'd bettergo. SUPPLIES NURSERY Complete Line Fresh
She considered Street
offering ta 512 Greene
Tigers dropping practically all of announced a mctin of the organization thick under your right hand. I

its big lead over the Yankees. : : 5 o'clock: tomorrow thought we might go down tomor drop Mrs.that it Barnes would at savor borne too and muchof decided PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruit and'Vegetable

However both clubs will be in afternoon in the Le-rion hall. row and see them. speeding the parting guest. .

the* fighting for all they're A. there are a number of mat ] Emily continued to arrange the Mr. Barnes didn't believe In chauffeurs
worth and fight is expected : drapery.: It was a sunny chintz with
a great ters of great import to be discnsse'd and during business hours. HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
little Valentine bouquets on an ap SELECT SEA FOODSREAD
with record crowds anticipated. -
the president expressedthe Mrs. Barnes walked. "If you and I
hope that all members will be .. ple-green"But I'm not interested In Orientals Edwin haven't any plans"she added. Jowfish, 2 Ib*. 3Sc INSURANCE
Lynwood (Schoolboy) Rowe, present. "I hope you'll come to dinner to THE KEY WEST
rijrhthanded "Rifleman from El darling. In the first place Icouldn't night" Yellowtmil Steak 2 Ib. *. 3Sc A

Dorado" and ace of the Tig rmoundsmen Cubs, .266; Hayworth, Tigers, they afford don them go with and a in Xew the Eng-second Emily sighed with relief. Her Yellowtail om Bone 2 Ib.. 25c Office: 319 Dual Street 4r-

will hurl the opening .312. land cottage. maid had been out for two days and Grouper 2 Ib*. 25e SUNDAY STAR

game for Detroit. He will be First basemen -"Cavaretta, Cubs "But you won't always live In a she was rapidly coming to the con Snapper, 2 lb.. 25c

faced by Lonnie Warneke. the .214; Greenberg. Tigers .335. cottage and Orientals last a life- clusion that her domestic accom- M.tton Full, 2 Ib.. 25 TELEPHONE NO.1
"Pride of the Ozarks" who will t Second basemen Herman, time. Besides your father and I plishments weren't meant to Include Subscription $2 Per Year

try to bring victory to the Cubs.Cochrane Cubs, .330; Gehringer Tigers, wanted to help you get them. cooking. FRESH SHRIMP Try Yo.r Mab AlDelmomco
will present practically .331. Emily smiled at her. "Bless yon "Well be charmed. In addition to Largo Select Oysters Key West' Only Sunday -THIPORTERALLEN-

: the same line-up as he had in Third basemen-Hack, Cubs! both" She couldn't tell her mother the haven't company the Idea of eating foodI Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 6Sc Paper Restaurant

the World Series last year: Jo-Jo .311; Owen. Tigers. .26%. that the frosty elegance of the Pel- prepared Is entrancing. | FREE PROMPT DELIVERY

White leading off; Mickey Coch- Shortstop-J urges. Cubs, .240; ton home was Just what she wantedto Barnes When said Frances resignedly had: Td gone dropped Lucy j; Business Office Citizen BudweiMr Boor _____.. lie

rane, the only eatther in either Rogell. Tigers. 274. avoid. by to ask you to supper with us tonight LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six eo..... Dinners, .--
"Ill the ,
get cheaper ones now
who bats second will be COMPANY
league Substitute infielders English
but of course we can't offer :' 7St .. SS
boa :. *
and the time
follows by they're worn out PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -------
next; then Gehringer.Goose Cubs .210; Clifton. Tigers .267. the inducements that Frances can." |
perhaps 111 be ready the other
Goslin.! Gerald Walker, who Outfielders-Galan, Cubs, .315; Give rain-check Emily wanted very badly to kick t
ones. a onthem.
Is' filling in for Fox, and Marvin: Demaree, Cubs .332; Klein. Cubs,I ." over a table and was suddenly

Owen.It .292; Fox. Tigers .314; Goslin. "What are you planning to have!" ashamed of herself. Tra so sorry I McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD

has been said that the Tigers Tiger, .292; Walker. Tigers, ..300. Frances's tone implied that whatever didn't know! And if you think you 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOERAARON

have the best pitching staff in Substitute outfielders Lind-I it was, it was probably ImpracticaL haven't any Inducements Just ex- I ped in Tery package .

baseball. However that may be, it strom Cubs. .272; Stainback.,! "Plain taupe for the big ones anda tend another Invitation and see how FUNERAL HOME

can be said that Tommy Bridges. Cubs, .2:>>8;,White. Tigers .243. I few small hooked ones where quickly we accept It!" I of

Schoolboy Rowe and Elden Auker Pitching records of the two they'll do the most good. Aunt She took her mother-in-law's
will give the Cubs plenty of trou- clubs follow: .. 'I i Mandy's: making me some braided plump arm."Come and see the cheat I c:: PRINTINGDONE Dignified Sympat tic -
of drawers I had Turner do
ble. The rest' of the moundsmenare Pitcher and Team W. L. Pet. ones for the bedrooms. ." over form C-

: General Crowder Sullivan, Lee. Cub ..................19 6 ..760Henjhaw "Aunt Mandy!" J BY US
(Copyright HIS, ty Marine Sinn) NOTARY PUBLIC
Lawson Elan Hogsett and Vic Cub .......-11 5 .688 : "Yes. I was over there one day

Sorrell. Root. Cubs ..... ..........15 8 .652 years ago for the laundry and she But to"OM'OW-t'h: ; Inevitable din. I WATCHMAKER JEWELEA LICENSED EMBALMEBAa
nor with the Barnes mint be -THE-
Manager Grimm will put on the French, Cubs, ...__.....16 10 .615 i was working the cnnningest rug through with. gone AND ENGRAVER

field the line-up that has carried Carleton, Cubs _.._..11 7 .611 :'(!(! .mlac. Serric -

his Cubs to twenty-one straight Warneke. Cubs ...._.__19 13 .594 Ir ;;; See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN Pn1

victories. Auker, Tigers ............17 6 .739 AT 1'1'Jf1lfr-4IT{ 1" : 1".Ar. r ,1"1" j ALL PRICES REDUCED LADY ATTENDANT

Batting averages for the De- Bridges Tigers .._..20 9 .690 Citizen Bid*. Citizen OfficeTUESDAY
Honest 9 to 12-1 t. 6
troit Tigers! and Chicago Cubs for Crowder. Tigers ..._13 9 .640 PHONE 51
the 1935 season follows: Rowe. Tigers ......._..14 12 .600 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-ZOc WEEKLY I Op. Saturday Nil'ta ?.... 548 Neror Sloop

Catchers-Itartnett, Cubs, .351; Sorrell, Tigers ._... 4 3 .571

Cochrane Tigers, .322; O'Dea Sullivan, Tigers _._... 7 8167 ,ILILI-LI-LLLLLLLLII.. J


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....................... Will Receive A Warm WelcomeBaked BALLRETURNSTREVOR HERE TOMORROW\

Jiiss Madeline Dorka, who was -- INSURANCE COMPANIES EARN 3.90{)% If J.m 4. sat rcIv year

,visiting her mother and other relatives paper by 6:15 .'cUck la ta.

left yesterday afternoon AND MORRIS FORD BODY ARRIVED THIS MORNING .h.ra_.. call tl.. .... 51

for her home in Tampa.Dr. and a paper will lie teat t.
SPONSOR ,, x. 3CA5t ON STEAMER FLOR. year I.>.... A _..plaI.tIe by

d who has BROADCAST k = oa duty at this *fHe* froaa
West for 6:15 to 7sl5 p. _. f.r the
been away from Key
GOVT130ND5 purpoe..1 delive .. com*
several months, returned yester
accompanied by Play by pay! description of the I = plai.... Help us .. yew 100perc..t
day from Havana : Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie:
World Series between the Detroit 4Fc4 crvice by caliai 81
his daughter.Mrs.
Tigers and Chicago Cubs will be 1 t rsA K. Archer, ;ho'died in Miami Friday if you do not receive Tkm Citi-

given tomorrow in broadcast night are to be held twaorow << ae.
Bennie Andrade and chil- a
sponsored by Ford Motor Co. '" afternoon 4:30 o'clock from
dren sailed for Tampa last eve-
ning for a visit with relatives and Trevor and Morris, Inc., oldest Ley MenVcmmf; church, where the ..I'1'1'.I.1111"1J
continuous: Ford dealers, will havea 4 :
friends. body-will be placed at 2 o'clock.: OFFERPERMANENT
t I loud speaker at their showrooms -
c Rev.'M. L. Smith will officiate. -on---
at 312 Simonton street for '
Mrs. Charles L. Roberts left on r& Lopez Funeral Home id in
a. local fans to listen in. WAVES
the Steamship Cuba last eveningfor An invitation to attend the ,- 29.7y charge of arrangements.Mrs. I Two Permanents
route to Washington gf QQ
Tampa en broadcasts at these salesrooms is Archer left Key West: I for .

where she will be Mrs.the Carola guestof published on the, front page of VCANADIAN I about two weeks ago for Mian.il I Better Wave, '$5.00' and mp
her daughter I this issue. for an operation. Following this! ; it MRS. MILLER
r. r : 11 WM. said that she had recovered Ocean View Apt. I Plume 74Jf
from the shock and gave evidencesof

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Trevor, Peaches With Win. i improving. Later new was 'Jaeka.Blll'a Leaalar Hater

two children and maid, left on the AUTUMN brings us a splendid tablespoon Muscatel wine to replace [At The Stores 1 I n ESTATE FORE received! that she had succumbed.The THE SEMINOLEJarkMMvlllc.
Cuba yesterday for Tampa en ax< :>
variety of fresh fruits'which the fresh peach pit flavor = T.8 body was! brought to Key
route to Daytona Beach where ? 60NDS West
the alert housewife may serve to A decorative touch may be given wn the S. S. Florida this
they will visit for a while with her family. Even the most languid by placing a spoonful of whipped rooming, accompanied by Mr. .4e.Arv '
)fr. and Mrs. James Bickerstaffand I appetite will respond to the many cream on top of each peach and '.5gOCK5 Archer who was with Mix Archer sr

Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Fogarty.Mrs. .'' dishes which can be prepared with garnish with a marachino cherry. THREE WEAK SPOTS during her illness. esly

Bickerstaff was before marriage peaches apples pears and many of Baked Peaches With Wine Helpful hints on the art of Survivors are the husbani, Vincent -

Miss Blanche Curry of Key' the other harvest time fruits and 6'large peaches home furnishing are contained in Forty-four selected legal reserve life Insurance companies>> earned approximately Archer: ; one daughter, Mrs.( fh

West. vegetables. 1 tablespoon butter each of the advertisements forLong's four per cent on $19/)(0OQ3.3O)() < ?f invested assets it is shown Frank Jelly; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie dab T

Many of these fresh fruits will no % teaspoon Furniture Store concerning by the Davis Life Insurance Annual. The chart gives the major Item ; Russell, of Key West, and one

Miss Maria Diaz left on the doubt find their way into delicious Grated rind mace of 1 lemon National Furniture Week In the combined investment port folia: of the companies.: I swt-r, Mrs. C. E. Funck. at Fot -

'Cuba yesterday for Tampa where pies cakes dumplings and other % cup water which is now featured in all parts CHICAGO-Despite the preponderance e& investment portfolio. Of the I Myers; one brother, Frank Bra- f '* ,
she -will while with relatives tasty dishes. Of course standard of the in the I wee, also. of Fort :Myers. :Plena.anise .
spend a to serve peaches IIi with cream! 1 cup sugar country by leading fur of yield equities ll9.07LOOO.OOti 2i7 per cent Is tn
and friends.Attorneys way 2 niture dealers. field of Investment.. 41 selected B. GRISER, MmmmgffA
tablespoons any domestic domestic! bonds. Mortgage! loans
and However if family on .
sugar. your Institution
white wine or brandy. Three Weak Spots" is the United States and Canadian legal real estate rank I hvme-like
grows weary of this method of serving cap- next wltb 27.3 per NEW ARRIVAL ATVILSONS' where you wffl Mad leer tae'tvloaal
.Jack Kirchik and tion on Long's ;advertisement in reserve Die Insurance companies cent. Other Investments Item are _.,.". ... .....rt........ a matter
them here Is a recipe which Peel the peaches and put them In _
Waiter Dunnegan arrived this will provide Just the right tangy a covered baking dish and add the this issue. The first; weak spot in were able to earn an average of policy I loans. 1K.7 per cent; U. 8. of great -lmp--rtaa-=-

jnorning from, Miami to plead a blend to delight the palate. butter, water mace, sugar and a home is bare floors the secondis 3.90 invested per funds cent on la J1S.071.000.WO 1934. It It sbown of government bonds. 9.1 per cent; \ HOME A steel fireproof ".n.,.. locate

Case in chambers of circuit court The recipe Is baked peaches with domestic white wine or brandy. poorly dressed windows and real estate. 7.8 per cent; Canadian .la the heart .( tko city
by the current edition of the Davis i
befqre ..Judge Jefferson B. wine. The ingredients and method Grate the rind of the lemon over the third is obsolete furniture Life Insurance Annual This com- bonds 4 per cent; cash. 2.6 per -41---

Browne. of preparation are simple and easy the top. Cover and bake in 400 F. which should' be exchanged for paratively good return Is ai exam cent; stocks largely' preferred and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson Every Room with Combination Tub
to follow. oven until the peaches tender. new, states the furniture 2.4 and Shower Path Radio KlertnuCeiling ,
are store ple of scientific investment management guarantee per cent, and foreign announce the birth of a girl born FaD Slat Door for Summer
MrsRalph Milner, who was in This makes a delicious: desert Serve hot. The pita flavor the fruit manager. and demonstrates the bonds, excluding Canadlau. Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Ventilation Comfortable. Beds with

Indiana with Mr. Milner's family served either hot or cold. If home so delicately that they should not Read today's advertisement for value of wide diversification of only two-tenths of one per cent. The young lady tipped the scales!l'...attre.... of Inner Spring Construction -
I packed peaches used add be and Individual Reading -
spending the annual vacation, re are one removed I I a remedy for each of these "weak risk it wu stated by II. A. :>via. '"It Is decidedly Interesting to at eight pounds. Lamp,.

turned on the Florida this morn- -" '-- ---- I spots." Chicago independent life insurance not that these companies earned Mrs. Wilson was before her I RATES

ing from :Miami accompanied by moon spent in different parts of!' FAMILY OF TWINSPROVINCETOWN I analyst and author of the annual nearly four per cent oti their In- marriage Miss Harriett Stowers. .'..'e
Mr, Milner's\ sister. Miss P. G. the state; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES These companies have $S6.1o6.- vested funds in the face of the exceedingly Both mother and baby are doing 78. R.._.. Private Bath ___ ......
I' I HB Private Bath 2iN
Milner will visit in Tift's 000,000 of life insurance it. force poor Investment op Or- nicely. _..
t, who Key Mass.\ Cash Grocery 1101 Divi- R** a. Private Bath aXM
or approximately 82 per cent of tbe tunities" Mr. Davis declared. "An I. Rlere. :
sion Private Bath 2.51
West. Fred -Dion, who went to attend Mrs. Arthur Roderick of this street, received today a fresh .._. ...
I city total for tbe entire industry. Mr. other item of Interest Is the I !* B.Prt..te Bath *
the convention of the American. 'I.'I.I shipment of fruits and vegetables.This very Subscribe to The Citizen-20c LIGBT IXCRBASR FOR DOVBLal
I is a twin, her husband is a twin Davis said.Pomestte. small percentage invested In foreign I
Mrs. G. O. Barcus wife of G. Legion in St. Louis as representative -! I shipment contains prac- bonds represent tbe hoods other than Canadian l

O. Barcus of the state plant in company with Melvin E.I and she recently gave birth to I tically every variety on the mar- largest angle item In this com bin- eaultifci.' ------ --

board returned this morning froma Russell; of Arthur Sawyer Post twins, a girl and a boy. ket "
visit at Homestead with rel- 28, returned on the Florida this i

atives, accompanied by her son morning. I son in Miami:returned: this morn-':...today.POLITICAL...... NEW education in regard to the ad- t
ing. I of house insulation.
Douglas.D. I .leer. I vantages wt
Mr.! and Mrs. Norberg Thompson I Being unusually thick, deep n InV; alwoir} 'j
Leer supervisor of agencies and son Jack, who were visit TITLE SHINGLES TESTED! shadow lines are obtained in the

of the Florida East Coast Rail- ing in different sections of the' ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY 1 finished roof; and the various TO OUR

way, arrived this morning on the United States and the Hawaiian I ORDINANCE NO. 317, colors may be used in combinationsthat

Florida for a business visit with Islands returned this morning. COUNCIL SERIES ELECTION. NOVEMBER For eight home in add to its attractiveness.This .
I years owners
shingle is constructed of
Agent John N. Costar.
12. 1935 variuos sections of the country:
Mrs. G. Watkins daughter AN ORDINANCE REGULATING ......................,. have had the. opportunity to thoroughly -! separate layers of cork, saturatedfelt
Sylvia and son Gerald jr., who! THE MANUFACTURE elate and waterproof as-
Charles Tift was a passengeron test the insulating value I soon each of our
the Florida this morning re- were visiting in Miami, returned DISTRIBUTION AND SALE For MayorDR. and weather resisting qualities ofa phaltic cement combined under

turning from a business visit in on the Florida today. I I1Ir. OF BEVERAGES CONTAINING H. C. GALEY cork back shingle prdouced by heavy pressure. AT friends will be receiving an

Miami.P. MORE' THAN ONE a leading. manufacturer of roof- invitation to our Wedding and
\ and }.J--Asa;;: Whitaker I For Mayor I CLAIMS OLDEST RANK
((1 7e ) PER CENTUM OF ing materials. The performancerecord we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get."*
who were in Miami for several ALCOHOL; LEVYING LI- WM. H. MALONE of'this shingle has resultedin
J. Calvin, customs agent in
I Harry
weeks while Mrs. Whitaker was CENSE TAXES ON THE For Reelection 'a widespread demand for this -
Florida arrived morning for
under medical treatment returned MANUFACTURE. D I S novel roof. Wooding of this city believes he Naturally! you want your Wedding Invitations be the
conference with G. N.
a business. I '
Goshorn deputy collector in this morning accompanied by Miss TRIBUTION AND SALE OF For CouncilmanDR. This shingle has attracted an I Iunusuar is the oldest official of that rank very finest; and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect oar

charge' at Key West. Lenora Whitaker. SUCH BEVERAGES; PRO- ARMANDO COBO amount of attention, as] in the country, having recently remaikablc line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations -
VIDING PENALTIES FOR the'public has within the' past few
Mr. and Mrs. Will Baez who celebrated his 91st birthday. and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Aguero who THE VIOLATION OF THIS For Police Justice years received a rather thorough j
were in Miami\ for several weeks
wore! visiting in Tampa and :Miami ORDINANCE AND REPEALING T. S. CARO
returned on the Florida this returned on the Florida this' ALL EXISTING ORDI- MONROE THEATERConrad THE ARTMAN PRESS

morning.P. morning. I NANCES IN CONFLICT For Captain of Police Nagel-Florence Rice in 666s"Make 6 6 6 lIA .

Vincent A. Archer, returned on
P. Pierce, engineer with the I Passed on its second third and .Karloff in
the Florida this morning accom- final October 1 1935. For of Police i '
reading Captain hM.iJ.TdktsCOLDS
Florida East --
Coast Railway ar- who' Tug Bride of Frankenstein i iMati.e. -- -- --
panying the body of his.wife -
visit.rived this morning on a business died in Miami following an opera-' octl-lt City Clerk. -Bobby" I .: Balcony lOe; Orchestra S.Ire_ "...Deeps f.r.U.y.TONICS I .
tion. j I5-20et Nigats lS-25c J LAXATIVE --- --- '--

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Miss Mary Percival and Miss I -
Mrs. V. A. Johnson who wa .
Dorothy Schober arrived this I 1 visiting with her eon Dr. Marklin .I'.I'.I'..".. .. r.l'.I'.I'.I".I""II'"I".I".I.
morning. from Miami assigned to { FOR SALE
Johnson at Palm Beach and a son
duty with the relief branch of the I
and daughter-in-law Mr. and MVs.
EERA; In Key West. Johnson Ill Three Weak
Knight at Peoria SpotsYOUR
and another son and daughterinlaw Paper Pay

Miss,, Marguerite Lacedonia, Mr. and Mrs. Munson ..John.71.oteJJ. : +
stenographer in the Marine Hospital '
,, left on the :Florida this HOME MAY HAVE ONE OR IT MAY .

morning. for Havana where she 1 s HAVE ALL You Dividends! .

sill\ spend a vacation with rel-
FIRST: Bare Floors. SECOND: Poorly
atives and friends.! l.
Iftli Dressed Windows. THIRD: Furniture That s r4.rr s <

Miss Anna Corcoran, who accompanied FLORIDAJACKSON Should Be Exchanged for new. rr +I

her niece Miss Jose Prices 1
Money Saving
phine James<< Washington, re- V4i<1.ET : WITH LITTLE MONEY you can erase these Ig6ttg1)sft

turned on the Florida from Miami GEORGE .+., weak spots during Our National Furniture Sale S /, ,glfti is ft'3iraA1311 f '

this morning. 'J.1 WASHINGTON of liberal terms at cash
'* .. by taking advantage our
a- .aL .
......5I-w .i;. .:;' prices and trading in your old furniture as part 1 Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S AdS >r 1 1d
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McCarthywere n.w.iw Nd.1 :
.. r S vertisers closely for special savings
-- t.r cy, ; on yourS a
payment on new.REMEDY
arrivals on the Florida this ----
.......- \
household necessities. W
honey- ... Make your paper pay you
morning returning from a GARAGE__r IMW..d a FOR FIRST WEAK SPOT: GRASS
dividends. The in the C*
most interesting
-- -- AATEf..flsO.d. news
RUGS, 6x9, $2.10; 8x10, $3.20; 9x12, $3.95.

Stop Chills MAYFLOWER STANDARD CONGOLEUM RUGS, 6x9, $3.60; S paper today is the advertising$ where you can vll at t

i dollars the budget by | g7te
save many on family
71/2x9 $4.50 9x101/2. $6.25 9x12 $7.20 9x15,
r, a.i.d 5.... ; ; ; those advertise their
merchants who
Jj patronizing
.r..d4rle.... +i. '
.1. + .w N
and Fever .,..., .. goods. BH
./7J-twwl.a..i+ $4.65; 7l/2x9, $5.75; 9xlOV2, $7.95; 9x12, $9.10; r f +
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9x15' 1125. \ reel

Rid Your System of Malaria! RAtES-.ttAO.J., .. THESE COST & tw ji,- ...;' -
Shivering with chills moment and t Il W LEVnb'F': VERYBODY'S V o._
one \ HolIand'Plain OF LIVING DOWN TO THE } ; ..1 ;
uM"\ SSc. _
burning with fever the next--that's one .. per Shades, 25c. Oil Shades, L; ""
a- l.Jrr.1
of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked m I............ *I Linen, 70c. Oil Duplex, SOc. Holland S PURSE. JV .... ..... ......:. l

the disease will do serious harm to your -....-.... _, ____ 4.'C_ .__ __ .. '
--- Silk Bullion and Lace 95c. Satin Finish
... health. Malaria, a blood infection calls --- itd..edr Fringe,
for two things.! First, destroying the infection 1" : Rain Proof; $1.35.REMEDY A merchant who advertises his prices
in the blond. Second buildingup Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead \
the blood to overcome the effects of RATEs."si.m.d. r;\ FOR THIRD WEAK SPOT: 4- I vj charged a customer 20 cents for: an article; that;'a ;,

the disease and to fortify against further WEST PALM BEACH non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. street.: In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

attack.Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic supplies I I j I Piece Bedroom Suites, $56.00. 8-Piece Dining-Suites Why this big difference? h:I the sea and overlooking Coral Park.
Room Suites $80.00. 4-Piece Living Room ,
both these effects. It contains tasteless : For price and terms apply to
quinine which kills the infection in the i 4+.a a.i I $40.00.
blood, and iron, which enriches and 1! '
merchants who
% patronizing the presentS
builds up the blood. Chills and fever Terms: 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash With L. P. ARTMAN,
soon stop and you are restored to health AdVance their prices frankly and openly'each week you .,
Order. Terms At Slight
and comfort : Easy Arranged a
For half
a Grove'sTasteless .
Chill Tonic has been sure relief In Pric.. help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT The Citizen Officeor

for Malaria. It is just ai useful,too,as ageneral j J OF KEY WEST. ="
tonic for old and young.Pleasantto Tin GEORGE WASHINGTON .
take and absolutely harmless. Safe to tOO ....will a.U..4 Sl..tr. ,
give children. Get a bottle at any drugstore 0.1 dr .... eM....,.......- LONG'S FURNITURE STORE Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
Now two sues-SOc and $1. The .-ee..d-I.,-....---'- I O Make your paper pay you dividenrU. .SV'I
SI size contains 2 /S times as much as the IATESSU0.4.*. GARAGE_ i .
SOc size and jives you 25% more forJTOUT } .. .
money. I j 1' ]:! ''''::4'1' :,jj; .o.,...r.oe I .lIIIIII.I.I'.I .............. ;............-....... ..;..........



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