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 3, 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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tar. dated 65 Yean. Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the e. 1! Wt

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



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Ethiopia Looks To Belgian ColonelAs WPA OFFERS TO GREAT OPTIMISM SHOWN BY ONE I Bridges Pitches Wonderful


Chief Strategist Against Italy FERRY SLIPSLETTER I.: : CONSTRUCTION SUPER HIGHWAY'' Game Downing Opponents

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European Trained Officers PLANT BOARD MEMBER GIVES OUTLINE SUPERVISOR OF FI- MANY GUESTS' I If the Florid. East Coast Railway -' .TODAY'S LINE-UP: n!, NAVIN Special FIELD.to The Detroit Citizen Oct.

( NANQ DEALING WITH does not rebuild the road to t..................:.. ..I i

Have Had Much To OF ORGANIZATION'S ACTIVITIES HERE SUBJECT ATTFND ROTARY tCey' West and the application .for Chicago I 3.-The Detroit Tigers pennant

I Galan, If; I I. winners far the second straight
Do In Modernizing Selassie's -I -- SESSION TODAY loan to construct bridge over the Herman, 2b;

(Continued From Yesterday) J permitted to reach a stage of maturity Lindstrom cf lime in the American League captured *
Army "Action was taken by the Plant! at which they become susceptible County commissioners were. advised I highway gap is refused, what I Hartnett, c; ; I I
I the second of the 1935
Board on September 17, 1934,I I to attack by and infes-I at their regular,,meeting last would .b* the next best thing Demaree, rf; game
declaring and giving public no- .tation with the said West Indian j':: night that the WPA project, forI ; which ; Cavaretta, Ib; World Series this afternoon by the
could for
By EDOUARD TRAUS tice that the West Indian Fruit fruit flies. Responsibility for removal -I I rebuilding and repairing highway SEVERALOF( THOSE PRESENT .: happen Key Hack 3b; I I
and each and fruit and core of 8 to 3.Cochra. .
... Fly i
4 lly AI. J'r.1BRUSSELS every I West? Jurges, es; (j I
ferry slips at Matecumbe.would I
and safe destruction of such
article including hog-plum guava, i ;, ,RUSSELL. PRESIDES
Oct. 3.-The for.I be undertaken, by.theadmniistrai Root, p.Henshaw. ..*. mi scored enoughruns
host fruits shall rest with the) I
Barbados cherry and any others I I This question was asked by The ,
leer manager of a fascist periodical 'I infested therewith to be a public owner or occupant of the prop-"i if the county would appropriate -LUNCHEON i t Kowalik, p. in the first inning without a
nuisance and under the provisions t erty whereon the fruit is growing.In $12,000( for part of. the work. I I Citizen of about 30 people this; DetroitWhite
ia Belgium may help lead the t of Section 4, sub-section 10 of the event of failure or refusal of i The information was in a letter II I man being put out to win the
week The instances cf
I' I replies were in most -I ;
from F. E. district
the occupants of -j Aluert supervisor Key West Rotarians held
army of the Ethiopian emperor Plant Act declared all portions of I owners or properties I an i br.ine.c; co.te.t.I .
I Monroe. County lying west of a I upon which such host fruitsare I' of finance and reports in : enthusiastic meeting today. It 1 at great variance. Some Gehringer, 2b; t
against Italian invasion in the,I north and south line projected prdouced to comply with the Key West. i iI the I Ib Tommy Bridges, in the boa for
Present at the meeting was of nature of an informal of them fairly humid with pessimism Greenberg, ;
through the easternmost point of requirements of this rule, after I were 1 I
erent that war become an ac- due notice of the I I Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Commis- celebration of WPA Day since I I Goslin, If; Detroit went the whole route, allowing .
be infested inspectors
No Name Key to an area others illuminated by brilliant Fox, rf;
I Board herewith authorized and kioners Braxton B. Warren and most of its visitors were '
tuality. I or likely to be infested by are j I Rogell, ss; \ only six hit. One double
I the West Indian Fruit Fly (Rule instructed:! : to enter up.n such Nathan Niles; Clerk Ross! C. Sawyer sentatives of that endeavor. Those:I optimism, and these latter Owen, 3b i
To Colonel Leopold Reul leaderof Rules and Regulations). properties and remove and destroy!! Attorney William V. Albury,] present from, this organization included -i Bridges. ; by Demaree. who hit n homo run
,,47A. said fruits of the West Indian { Chief Deputy Bernard Waite, A. I decidedly th. majority. |I
BeI.ia.1!, Rule 47B. certain restric- host M. E. Gilfond Jacques Hcstshaw,
Batteries Root
the detachment of : I
new i yesterday the extra
lions were promulgated with respect -t fruit flies (Anastrepha spp.) F. Ayala, of the Key West Electric,I Davidson of Washington Arnold! One well informed citizen who!! Kowalik and Hartnett; Bridge a.d'I was only

officer who have arrived in Ad.1 I to the movements of fruits I i found thereon.. :' company and A. Maitland Adams' Serever Washington John A. C.;; at first felt confident the railroad Cochrane. 'I Ii base hit the Cub gsinered off his.

I! and soil in the above mentioned "Legislation creating the now, representing the Thompson inter- Bogart, Key West and E. A.:i would be rebuilt but has now given -i I Umpires-Quigley (N. I.), at:
di. Ababa. may devolve much of I:j area. In Rule 47C, we find: existing Plant Act was brought 1 I lests.j I Pynchon State Director of WPA} upi hope still believes that Key I I the plate; 'V Gowan A.'L.). first i delivery.

the military strategy .by which! 'All trees producing fruits I into existence in 1927. The Plant j Following the reading of the letter -! Other guests included John W.West has a brilliant future pro- ]fctse; Stark (N. L.), second base;' Gehringer knocked out two safe.
II I I I which are hosts of the West In- Board is composed of men chosen | from Mr. Albert, Clerk Saw- Sullivan of the United States Department -. vided one vitally important grant Moriarty (A. L), third base.
liaile Selassie would .eek to repulse -'. dian fruit flies (Anastrepha spp.) for their wide interest taken in yer was instructed to inform Mr., who is being transferred ; .i! can be secured. Let steps be taken .;..s in three time at the plat.
'i growing in any area defined and' public affairs and their integrity] Albert! that the county had rio,: from Tampa to Buffalo! to have Key West and Monroe

an Italian advanae. iI I i[ declared by the State Plant Board I and business ability. They are 1 i funds with which to assist in the I N. P., Maj. W. V. Albury, Hollon(i county be given the railway right NINE LIQUOR I Greenberg hit a home run cat his

Col. Reul, until recently, has I of Florida as an infested and charged with the responsibility of project. Bervaldi. Melvin E. Russell!,I| of way and structures of the railroad I first time up.
been one of the most active members I quarantined area on account ofi protecting the enormous horticulal -i I'' Another letter, from Bascom I. )president of the organization,: reaching from the mainland i PERMITS ARE
'i the West Indian fruit flies (An-" and agricultural interests of the ( Grooms president of the Key I presided. | to Key West. r The veteran Root pitcheJ to
the in I
of fascist movement
I astrepha spp.) and in which the tate from damage by insect pests'{ West Electric company called at- r 1:. A. Pynchon spoke briefly i With this secured and a grant four Detroit U of
Belgium, with the position of:i, eradication of the said West In- and diseases which would be detrimental -:II tention to the General Electric,:I concerning the hopes and aims of'r I of several millions of dollars from j i i ISSUED HERE I only tag***; *

general] manager of the fascist:', dian fruit flies (Anastrepha 'pp.fcrtoehig .) I in many ways to the best, drinking fountain offered the: hid organization for Key; West"*j the government with which'>> M>ii i i- -, _a '" .j.ji whom', jquc-fed 1lJ.! .ffljjg : f.ty,
- eri.dicar"tAttioINaioaialeSign. > : --indertafcert shaft be spray"I i t1)rtheatat .'71re'Boardf leanly amT'< explained the'cbst..f Hope was expressed"'of the allocation -; construct what would prove to bea
Two.Year Contract I I f f, at present is composed of George I'I''I 'j I $180 to be paid in 18 payments of i ij i of funds for the building of super highway over the islands i| COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR ALj -I I one a homer, another n double and
i manner' i $I 0 each. The matter ordered ] :
H. Baldwin, Chairman, Jackson-j was and waters between Miami and
I the' sewers a project which has REPORTS SEVEN PERMITS two singles.Henshaw
1 SO -
One the of this
of directors ; : j I
;;: as may be specified by the board 'I ville; A. II. Blandinrr, Bartow; A. I I' held over until some future I received the approval of Presi- Key West and nothing could stop !
publication was recently named ai I! in its instructions to the Plant II. Wagg, Palm Beach; O. J. Semi j meet:l1g.'I ; dent Roosevelt. M. E. Gilfond! Key West's progress, this optim- I FOR BEER A.ND WINE!I pitched for Chicago,

commander; in the Order of the!' Commissioner. The responsibility i urea, Pensacola; H. C. Duncan TaI 'I In a communication County told of his visit to Washington in: istie enthusiast said. ISSUED I after relieving Root until the
Italian Crown, &t the instigation I j for such spraying shall rest with I wares, and J. T. Diamond Secretary Judge Hugh Gunn called attention :I the interest of Key West pro'. Thousands of cars come yearly I ARE I

of II Duce himself. i I(| the owner or occupant of the and Auditor, Tallahassee.' to a citizen recently adjudged! in-i jects. He found official Washington -'to Key West, he continued but I fourth when he was taker out ia

Colonel Reul, who is only 53,: property. In event of failure or I Through its employes this Board banc and declared to be, at times,: alive in their interest and j with this wonderful highway and Inquiry at the office of TaxI I
with a reputation as a brilliant' refusal of the owners or occupants is expending approximately $9,. '.io'\n- !suggested :.!hat the i more ready to talk about Key j seaway, which he pictured in his I Collector Frank H. Ladd relative I JI ]i favor of Kowalik. who allowed

military strategist, has reportedly,i of properties upon which 000.00 a month in Key West. This commissioners: write the state i I West than of the State of Flor-'1 mind, he felt that one hundred I I to the number of liquor licenses only two bits the rest of the
signed a two-year contract as! such host producing trees are lo- includes purchase of material asylum for the unanc at Chat-'I ida. Mr. Gilfond told of come, thousand cars would yearly visit :i sold to date, elicited the information -
chief-of -staff of the Ethiopian'i t rated to comply with the requirements -I which in every case possible is tahoochec, and ask that arrangements twenty families who have already''; the city, and many of the owners I that nine liquor licenses and I game.A .

forces. i 1| of this rule, after due no- made through local busniess firms.as be made for admitting the I enrolled as visitors to our city. would establish permanent homes I j, seven beer and wine licenses had crowd of 47,800 today'sgame.
He and other former Belgian|! tice, inspectors of the Board are as their policy is and has been to patient. It was so ordered. for the next winter season. Both:I when they could at any time leave j I been secured. saw

officers under his command, it is i herewith authorized and instructed -I' make as many of the necessary i ii Tax Collector Frank II. L- dd'. Pynchon and Gilfond were en-!i and return in their car, without j Last year there were but four .

stated in military circles here,I I to enter upon such properties i. expenditures as possible through' report for September showed l collections I thusiastic in their praise of Julius'!. waiting for a train or boat. j! liquor licenses issued and 76 licenses II
probably will replace the original and apply the necessary spray as and to local firms and labor. of $225.45, distributed to Stone's interest in Key West. !I, "There are hundreds of other | for the sale of beer and Root who was yanked in the

Belgian military mission to Addis i,I ordered by the Board in its instructions "All State County and. City of- the different funds as follows: Major Albury was the chief, angles to look from and see bright- wines. M,". Ladd is of the opin- first part of the opening inning

Ababa in the event of war. j I I to the, Plant Commis- ficials and others who may be interested General Revenue $40.27; speaker, and told of the work of'j ness ahead" he continued. "Key ion that there will be quite an increase -
The action of the Belgian officers :I sioner.* may secure State Plant Fine and Forfeiture $11.82; the Board of Investigation who Went has ever been the goal of i in the number of beer and I without retiring a man, has been
"Rule 47D was then adopted.It Board bulletins from the State Outstanding Indebtedness Fund, '\ hundreds of people who would wine licenses before the month!!
in their services I made inquiry to the reported
contracting as
: the Cub since 1925. H. i.S is
!;5.16 have to visit the winter I with
come during -
It follows: Plant Board office at Gainesville. ; ; I
i passes
to the African empire started an misconduct and looting in the area
official investigation by the Bel-I'I 'The following host fruits of Florida by writing for them. Special Advertising, $3.94; I}I of the Labor Day storm. Most of I Ir I' l>ea'On.! but were denied that I Asked how many dealers had i II feet nine inches tall and weigh

gian ministry for national defense the West Indian fruit flies (An- There is also a very limited supply Special Bond and Interest: the rumors afloat when brought pleasure principally because there I secured licenses before the city

with a possibility that some-, astrepha spp.), hog plum guava I on hand at the local Plant I $7.88; | under the light .of, investigation'|I: has always been lack of accom-I passed its license ordinance Mr.|! 170 pound and i ia 31 year old
Barbados and Board office at the Old Naval Hospital Road Fund $7.88} i modations. that sold ai
cherry Surinam Ladd four
unsub i replied were i
of the officers be recalled. were tobe mere H.
proven Root is righthanJeJ ptUhe
may a
I I General School;$39.40 I ) "Not at all times, mind I
cherry, growing on trees located Grounds Seminary s-treet. ; stantiated What looting' you. I before the city passed its ordii -
Wounded In World War I I in any area defined and declared These officials and others are School Bond and, Interest,{there rumors.have been was done but usually at those times when i i nance which means the loss to the I II has been ia two World Series,
may .
The Belgian colonel is regarded I by the State Plant Board of Florida also invited to visit the offices and $19.70? I before the arrival of the. National i practically every place was filled city of approximately $600. I
here as well equipped in training as an infested and quarantined grounds above-mentioned for the Special School Tax" District) I I Guard; units. High praise was'(; to capacity except the more ex-i I As far as can be learned there, 1929 and 1932 before this year

I and experience for ,,'hateveri'|I I area on account of the presence purpose of becoming more familiar Number 1, $39.40. '" :I given,by the-Board of efficient, pensive establishments and I cani is no way for the city to get this: and Las. yet t. win a game ia the
duties may be given him. He is I therein of the West Indian fruit with the work benig done by the In connection with the above, work of the Key West unit. 'I recall the time when these were j money according to the present:I

thoroughly familiar with colonial II flies and in which eradication of employes of the Board who are 136.61 was sent to 'W. V. Knott, John.,W. Sullivan told .f his,': filled practically to overflowing. i law and Attorney William V. Al-:I I classic
conditions, having spent three I the said West Indian fruit fliesis stationed at Key West. treasurer ex-officio of Monroe!r I "Suppose we saw that the rail- -. bury expressed the opinion that
affection for .
years in active service in the Belgian -'I being undertaken shall not be (THE END) county, less commission of $2.68;j warm and his regret in being Key sent to West the I Ir i road relinquishes all of its holdingsi : legislative action is the only way,i'I Bridge, righthander has been
Congo. ._ _. net amount forwarded, $133.96.r cold northern lake port. Presi-i between the and KeyI < in which the city may be able to. with Detroit since 1032. On August -
lie was among the first to be -- -- --- ---- Judge Hugh Gunn reported is-I I 'I West to the city and county : secure its portion of the licenses'
dent Russell his j
I 1 spoke briefly of .
wounded in the world war a bullet suing one license during the jointly and the Unitel. States gov- purchased before the ordinance' 5th of this he pitched n oneI
piercing his throat and COUNTY BOARD JURY MONEY IS month of September for $15, of visit to the Inter-City meeting!' in: eminent loaned approximately
was passed. .H.i
Miami Washington
5. The I hit against
on September i
ing him of speech for a ) which $10 was for the state and t ., $5.000.000 to construct what game
itequently he was attached dt'PriV-1 NOWAVAILABLEWITNESSES !'$5 for the county. happy dad Charles Taylor, was would be a marvelous roadway. i j was in his first World\ Series last
Belgian general staff in MEETSJONIGHTCOMMISSIONERS I Clerk Sawyer submitted his report -I recipient of many congratulations -|i "Before the roadway was finished : FLORIDA COMESI r

of organization of canal trans of tax redemptions for September ( upon the arrival in his home private capital, or a corporation i i year, winning one game and losing\

portation.Still amounting to 165173.i| of a prospective Rotarian. and I am sure this will
.. IN RECENT CASES I ;I IN FROM HAVANA j one. Bridge i* 6 feet tall and
later he was sent to the |ARRANGS Cash, 1201.97; bonds $449.76.Clerk I be eventually done, took over the

Congo with a similar mission of TO CONDUCT EXECUTIVE WILL ALSO BE C. Sam B. Curry of LIGHT TENDER ferry system, and established magI | weigh' 150 pounds. He ha won
organization transportation criminal court, rendered his report | nificent steel ferry-boats to ply S..uLEDLAST
water returning to Brussels at SESSION PAID FROM FUND covering cases disposed of in between No Name Key and Low- 21 game this season and lost

the conclusion of the war to interest criminal court during the sessions ARRIVES HERE I er Matecumbecarrying twice the t EN ROUTE TO I i .i.e.
of July and September.Bills number of cars carried by the 1
himself in real estate business
and politics. i-I'I There will be an executive session Jurors and witnesses who were for September read and I present ferries, nothing conceivable -I MIAMI Score by javiiugss R. H. E.
and ordered when would be of greater benefit ..
approved paid YESTERDAY Chicago 000 010 --3 6 1
i of the board of county commissioners summoned to appear at the coro- funds are available. I !! to Key West its people and those > Steamship Florida arrived yes- 3'OO
Detroit 400 10-8 9
FOUR LICENSES I tonight in the county ner's inquests investigating the Following the meeting the board AND SAILS AGAIN THIS i who can afford the trip over the terday afternoon from: Havanai
I I A .....t of the
t in i with and'fmgbt -and play fcy pi/
met on tax adjustment matters.A .I I highway or out or using the i passengers
the deaths of Henry Atwell and MORNING for,second af the )- World Series
house called -
court at suggestion other route sailed last night 10 o'clock gaMe
number of applications, which go part way by an : I
TO WED ISSUED I Charlotte E. McGee and I follow
of Commissioners Wm. R. had been prepared and made ready actual oversea highway and the :Miami. ;
: George Albury are advised their were presented by Clerk Sawyer other part way over land and!!I Steamer Ozark, of the' Clyde-I[ Firsrinning
II Porter and ,Norberg Thompson, I : Mallory is due te- arrive f ,CHICAGO-Galan, batting left-
monies are available today. j' and the commissioners added their Tender Ivy, of the lighthouse. bridges with the trip broken by a Lines
During the entire month of September who returned from Miami thismorning. These matters were discussed at approvaL department, returned 6:30 o'clock: i wonderful ride on a palatial steel tomorrow evening from New Orleans handed Was passed. Herman hit.
there I 1 I yesterday afternoon with Assistant reseel. j en route to Miami and to Bridge, who threw to Rogelland
but four
were marriage the meeting of the board of county I I' Rogell to Greenberg, completing -
B. [
i Jacksonville.
licenses issued from the of- i t Superintendent Henry "I could continue along this line I
fice of County Judge Hugh Gunn. I j This annountement was made commissioners last night and Clerk I RAW MILKPASTEURIZED i j liaskins, who had been making an I for hours, but you would Dot print Freighter Alamo of the same:,. a double play. Lindstrom

Three licenses are shown by the ;! by Chairman Carl Bervaldi at the Ross C. Sawyer.told The Citizen 1 I MILK j spection of aids= on the east coast. i it, so I will end my optimisticranting j lines, is due to arrive Sunday]I struck oat
I : BUTTERMILKCHOCOLATE The tender sailed this morning! by saying that I believe morning from New York bound>, No.runs, no hits no errors.
records due
to have been issued dur- meeting: last night, who stated he that those who are paymentfor : j
ing the week ending today as follows -i from Mr.' services either as jurors or! MILK } and after placing moorings in the the ideas I have voiced would to Tampa. i i DETROIT-White singled to
had received
: Oliver Butler and Naomi ; a messge Sweet Cream Heavy and Light yacht basin to be used by the Mi j meet with the approval of Julius I' Steamer Medina of the same left. Gechraae doubled to right

Culmer; T. E. Roberts and Mary!r Porter, which advised he would witnesses can have same by apply- ADAMSDAIRYPHONE ami-Key West Airways plane continued -{I F. Stone Jr., to whom Key West lines, is due in port Monday ere I field on a hot ground ball over

Angelita Carey; Joseph Arlt and meet with the commissioners to-I ing at the clerk's office in the 1 454 I northward for a schedule of I I is more deeply indebted than is >ning from Galveston en route to I first, White 1CMiIItt. Coehrane:

Leonor Garcia. night in executive session. court house. activities in Hawk ChanneL I ,(Continued on Page Four) i Charleston and New York. ,I (Continued en Page Three)


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. 3TIjc ftp DHcst Citizen CUTTING THE COST OF FOOD 1 I Who Said an Elephant Never "Forgets! -By TaiburfS

Published Daily Except Sunday By l TODAY'S WEATHER
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l_ P, ARTMAft. PveaMeBt headway being made in .
JOE ALLEN. AMUtaat B l e Maaacer solving an old and persistent problem-
From The cltlien Bulldlnc --
Corner Greene and Ann Streets that of reducing the spread in the cost of C ? Temperature* 1 I IHighest Florida: Generally fair to:..*!

Only Daily Newspaper County.In Key West and aton e food between producer and consumer. Lowest _........ .:. .. _. _. : 86 76 i 1! and Friday except unsettled%
::: ::: ::: : : : extreme sooth portioa.
Entered.y ties, Florida'a. second class matter Large scale buying and selling meth- rr .fre I' : Mean ..::........ -- :::::---: 81 '
ETFTV-SIXTH YEAR ods are narrowing that spread. The chain Normal Mean ...mhh....._ _..81 !', Jacksonville to Florida St-raitl
Member .f the Aaveelatrd Preeethe )1hL R. ar.u"Yesterday's i i! and East Gulf: Gentle vanablj
Associated Press la excluaivelr entitled to o grocery system led the way in showing the winds .'
with fair in north and
credited tot !: part.cloudy
of all dispatches
f r rr--ii.Vfati.: > news Precipitation .08 IBS.
; dr not otherwise credited In. this paper and also consumer how to get the most in both J Normal Precipitation .19 Ins. ly in south portion tonight;. !

_the local news published hers.NATIONAL quality and quantity for his dollar. Now y .1'hl.. rrrm.even :..-0.\... Serial and Friday.
...+ / esdlag at a .....L Ski. marai.a.
a. ASSOCIATION EDITORIAL) independent stores, banded together in Q = riQ Tomorrow Almanac 1, WEATHER CONDITIONS

J.I e. / 9.J5to purchasing groups, have followed the Sun rises ...-..0..0..0. 6.20 a. m.
eJYCtexee lead and are performing a similar public Sun sets ..--.---...._-- 6:11 p. IB.+j: A disturbance of marked inter
'_ SUBSCRIPTION! RATES. I II Moon rises _______ "--._.12:29 p. m.+1 i! city is central this morning ''n.
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Une Six Months Tear _.. : .::':::::::::.:== --; -. ."'==='li: service.A i II II I I: Moon sets ...............1114 p. m.Tomorrow' .,; the Canadian prO' Bee of Ontario,
threeMonths I. Dow-Jones News Service item indicates I I TidesA.M. ,; Coehrane 29.00 inches, and prc?>
One Month _. _......-.--.-. -- .
Weekly ._ 0:- .-.:. 1 the kind of progress that is being !I P.M. i I j sure is low over m *t sections '

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ADVERTISING HATES. made. It tells how one chain High 12:46 ,I: the known application. grocery sys- !! _____._...___ ,
Made on I Low 8:32: 7:08j i i'I j! eastward!! with light to mod(>ra*
All reading notices SPECIAL, cards ROTICB of thanks, resolutions of tem recently reduced its regular quarterly <4' y. Barometer 8 a. m. todayt ''': rains during the last 24 hours Mi .

respect. obituary notices! eti. will be charged for at stock dividend from 75 to 50 cents-in .. Sea level, 29.88. i I the extreme upper Missis:f, i iI
the rate of 1* cents a line : Valley Lake and "
Notices for entertainment by churches from which spite of the fact that its total sales have I region, upr*
:; .'a re"ella'Is to be derived nr. E teats a line. WEATHEK FORECASTTill ,; Ohio Valley. ;jLight rains have
The Citizen Is an open f rum and invites discussion greatly increased. Profits had not increased h r- fsrar.ic E! also occurred on the north Pa-
of public Issues and unojcctsfof local or geaeral proportionately for the reason I rifle coast and in portions of Nevada -
Interest but It will not pu. :Gab anonymous communlsauQns. -
: : I that the system had to pay higher pricesfor -:: -=..,. l G .d 's ( 8 p. m.. Friday) j j and there have been )l.sbt;:
4Y Key West and Vicinity: Partly:!; local showers on the Florida Kc>-
farm products and manufactured cloudy and somewhat unsettled:
I' : I A high: pressure area, is moving in
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY NEST goods, but it did not increase the price to r"' 1itr 'xr i over the northern Plains States,

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN consumer proportionately. Its purpose is'' I The Pas Manitoba, 30.28 inches
y and temperatures have fallen to
to continue to supply its customers with i II n, < i I freezing in eastern South Dakota,

,. 1. Water and Sewerage. high quality foods at the lowest cost and' "" I and Minnesota! and Devils Lake.
I N. D., reported a minimum of 24
to achieve that it is deliberately cutting its \G
2. Bridges to complete Road to llain- I "
: :. I degrees!! this morning. Tempera-
uniformly small margin of profit. in '
._ ,land. Mississippi
This same system is now spending d 'YAt'I j
::. 3Free Port. '
; i i throughout most of the Lake r*-
$46,000,000 a year for foodstuffs in a ,
:' :'- :. 4. Hotels and Apartments. -l | pion, bat readings are still below
... single state-thus carrying the benefits of 'I Partly CloDdy normal in most districts from the

..."... 5. Bathing: Pavilion. mass buying and selling methods to the I{ Mississippi Valley eastward.
.. .r 6. Airports-Land and Sea. tonight and Friday; gentle vari-; G S. KENNEDY
well the in the
producer as as consumer !
I .1 able winds. Officer in ChargeTTERY
?. Consolidation of County and City t
territories in which it operates.
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Governments. The housewife and the farmer are Naws

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profiting by the modern system of retail
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distribution of food products which is more profits approximately ,

\ THE KEY WEST: CITIZEN and more passing on to the consumer the KEY WEST IN I $650,000.Mrs. (I'Today In !History! nvial r ) r: '

savings being made by eliminating unnecessary DAYS GONE BYHappening Milton W. Curry has purchased ... .. TO OUR

WILL always seek the truth and print it handling charges between producers two lots on the Prado of: 1836--Cornerstone -of the

1 without fear and without favor; never be and consumers. Ago Today* Here As Taken Just 10 From Years I Florecita for a consideration of i I Mount Holyoke Seminary (new 6hffeddhii2 -
10000. This closes out the lota{I College) laid at South Hadley,i
afraid to attack or to ..pplaud right The Files Of The Citizen
wrong ;
i on the Prado, says Mrs. Mary Mc-\ j Mass.-pioneer institution for
I always fight for progress; Beer be the or- DO YOU LOVE YOUR FLAG? Knight sales manager of the Flore women.
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique, Barton W. Everyman fcthyolo-I cite subdivision. soon each of our
gist of the United States Bureau I 1838-Died-Black Hawk famous -, friends will be receiving an
faction or class always do its utmost for the f
: '
The flag of our country should stir of Fisheries is responsible for the I L E. Spencer agent; for the P. Sauk Indian war chief aged I'I'i invitation to out Wedding and
public welfare never tolerate ;
; corruption or and O. S. S. company announces about 71, in Iowa.1867Whiskey
emotion that love to offer it statement that "there is no place i **
injustice; denounce Tier nd praise virtue; so we respect. j an excursion from Key West to 1 we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.
Too many men forget to uncover their in the United States where one can I Havana on October 8. The price 1 riot in Phila-
commend good done by individual or
organ heads when the national colors pass on study live fishes so satisfactorily of tickets will be $20 plus $1 war. delphia. I Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and as at Key West. I have fished in tax for adults $10 for (children
parade. Even the well meaning ; finest,and that is why we arc to inspect: oat
very inviting you
1902 President Theodore,
opinions:!; print only news that will elevate every state and territory in the between 12 and 5 years and $5 for i ,
and not contaminate the reader; never COBS may leave his flag out in storms until its union except three and from children under 5 Yt'31"The\!! magnificent -\i Roosevelt invited mine owners and:,! tcmatkablc line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations
Siberia to Behring Sea from the steamer Governor Cobb union leaders to meet and settle'. and Favored of
bright hues fade down to a pathetic grey. ; Announcements in the Styles "H'i
promise with principle. Gulf of California and the Gulf of will be used for the excur: !'K>n. great Pennsylvania coal strike.
The flag should be so cherished, thatit
Mexico and all things considered
will always sing a jubilant song of I consider Florida unequalled in A baby girl weighing 8 1-2 1913-Underwood Tariff Act i THE ARTMAN RRESS

Why are they called ticket-scalpers bright color. Unintentional slights can be the richness and variety of its at- pounds was born yesterday after- passed. i
tractions for all sorts of with noon to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene! L I CITIZEN BUILDING
!" 'Whe\ it is the "innoeentes" from the sticks sport .
\ forgiven. But sometimes people reveal 'i
1918-More than
rod and reeL" Albury Jr. Mrs. Albury will be 10,000 new .
;0 who are scalped? their dislike for America, by casting this remembered as Miss Ottillee cases of influenza reported from i I

emblem in the dirt, and treading on it with In a letter to, the Key West Knight daughter of Mr. and Mrs. training camp. I
If I Eugene Knight. .---.. ----- .--- .--
think in
you your lot life is hard their dusty feet.American Realty Board Dr. J. Y. Porter
remember there others whose lot is president of the chamber of com I
are freedom has stimulated the i Charles O. Fosberg entertained
merce, writes that in his opinionthe
; root only harder but almost unbearable. at an informal bridge party this I
energies of our people, and given us bless- most important matter to be 1
I morning: in compliment to Mrs
considered in Key West at this
ings no other land enjoys.
: William Overstreet, of Sao Paolo,
time is the matter of housing. !
When Nature destroys something man Our education opens the schoolhousedoor Brazil. Following!: the games a
This is vital, he believes to the I
has built he rebuilds the structure better luncheon course was served.
to child. Our abundant
every production progress of Key West. It is the

than before and avoids the mistakes he if we distribute it fairly creates doctor's opinion that large invest-!' Steamer Madinina arrived in

made in the first instance. human welfare. If one is still hostile to ments for apartments and hotels;t port this morning from Havana
s will in the end pay the investors
the land, where these gifts are offered, he handsome returns. j with a cargo of fruit. The vessel
*" I( was consigned to Tampa but en-
A breathing spell from the animus of
is like the creature that bites the hand by I pine trouble developed during the .
:the Administration toward holding companies which it is fed. Plans are being made for an ad-. trip and the ship will discharge Why

: and public utilities is not enough. The red stripes of the flag tell of dition to the county court house. ; the-cargo here. '
This addition will give the county not bf f -
:There must be complete deliverance from blood shed by the barefoot soldiers of Val clerk a private office where consultations Mrs. George: L. Lowe and son appy

its attitude before recovery will stride for- ley Forge, as they trod the frozen ground. can be held and many I Ferns who have been the guests wIth
;ward. matters conducted which at present -I of Mrs. Mary\ Porter Harris, at her _
The white stripes speak of the
must be done in the
presence I( home 425 Caroline- street will
patriotism of the founders of our government of whomever happens to be in the i, leave for their home in :Miami tot GOOD
To compound the people of the United The blue tells of the happiness we building. The proposed additionis t morrow. Another guest!': of Mrs.\

:[ States into one heteropeneous mass is a might have, if we would all live in fraternity and to modern be of concrete.in ,every'stucco particular.Six finish. j Illarri-J leave ,tomorrow Mrs.\ R. for,II. Richard her home will in t HARDWARE? \ k :

.form of regimentation to which they will and unselfishness under that flag. offices win be 'on the second!! I Marshallville/Ga. ,

never submit. It would make automatonsof Let us not be ashamed of heart throbs floor of the building. A vault I, s

us and result in a centralized bureau- I the clerk's private office and an I Subscribe to The Citizen. F '
that banner It is the
as waves over us. examining room will be on the
cracy or a dictator. I'symbol of the great heart of America, first floor. :. .-... "' *''-* SPECIAL
I which seeks to wind its unfolding'arms
The New York sporting writers I Announcement was made todayby FUNERAL HOME
I around the humblest of its children. Givens and Givens Real Estate
an inconsistent lot. In one column they Serving Key Wcat'Half Standard Roofing
I I concern I of the sale of 163 acres Century

avow Baer never was a fighter, that he of land on Big Pine Key by J. 24 Hour Ambulance Serrlco
should have been clown FOR PEACE AT ITS PRICE Lancelot Lester, and associates, Embatmer .
a or an actor. In Licensed Per
from Judge James W. Locke for
another column declare Joe I Pkome 135 Night 696-\S
they Louis $197,000. The last sale! netted the! $$2.25

showed himself to be the greatest heavyweight The "Peace Ballot," recently reported Rolli
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of the present day when he knocked from Great Britain demonstrated a hope .

out Baer. The statements conflict. for peace and an overwhelming desire on \ / Reau1ar Price $2.75

: I the part of some 11,000,000 voters to keep

: In 1910 the writer visited Rome and out of war. However, the British peopledid

: in the Vatican received the papal blessingof understand the issue and showed their CONSULT YOUR BANKER !

Pius X. It was to this scribe a momentous willingness to pay the price that the world
I .
occasion and a thrilling experience. must pay for peace. I I

.: On that account he can bettertfnderstand For example, 9,657,606 voted for conv ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

the ecstasy described by Rachel Kollock bined economic pressure to stop an attackby i

:\McDowell probably the, ablest religious a nation upon another. More significantwas i t

: editor of any United States paper; Time: the 6,606,777 votes in favor of military

indicates, wher. she ukn'lti before the measures, if necessary, to prevent a t

Sovereign Pontiff." She writes of her ex- nation from attacking another. In both I The First National Bank of Key West ...

:\' perience in the Catholic News: "Look, the instances the presumption was that other

.. Supreme Pontiff is a coming my way; now nations would combine to curb the attacker. I" -
Member of the Federal Reserve '
he is bending over me. I kiss his ring. I Only 607,165 voted against economic I

.. touch his hand extended. I wish I might pressure and only 1,262,261 were against

: never have to wash my right hand again. military measures., Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.)

It seemed to me the most beautiful thingto If this vote represented accuratelythe I

seeing Jesus Christ Himself." Mrs. McDowell opinion of the British people it is easy Corporation Phone 593 White and Eliza: Streets

Protestant and her to see why British statesmen at Geneva 'I
a says Presbyterianism ,
"Your home is i worthy of the best"I
is as much a part of her as her were i insistent that the nations of Europeact :
.. arms or her eyes or her ears together against an aggressive Italy. f r.' I

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: CLASSIFIED I ICOLUMN' Today's Horoscope

ar ARABIA** Sxs I ItYUOPSJSt PLAY ........................

!, The person born this day 13
Emttf tat drat with Edwin. ) a lover of the mysterious and
toted t. Duty. Sk Mad run away "Suppose this .......................a' may
: very likely be
/rent Edicin their weddmoirif tarns out to be more than a tem (By JOVE) .: superstitions. The
At.had 901.11 hertelf a fobBtrmhtohamt. porary tilng-what win become of The Social and Senior Dia-I Advertisements under this head ,' indications aril for a love of study

is a food dvertttfiiir. end might woman arnatf iBdwia an of msf mondball Leagues will will be inserted in The Citizen at I'I in retirement or for a solitary
Lad mot coavetewtly 4rvtlfftd He vat casual. -We'.. managed i' the rate of le a word for each insertion .-! lif*. and if the other aspects are
sow Emily pvnmvwte.enduring wad tatted married fvr He lift to get through other times like It; play their scheduled games and but the minimum for the I at aH unfavorable there is danger

with urpriiff a aaaia.ity--evaa well weather these. Our business I I will take up where they ended first insertion in every instance Is of imprisonment, or at least,
tar ftMbaad and mother
c o... be. .*.n as. 4YCO&>ere4. ; It can take more punishmentthan TIGERS DEFEAT ''JBOXINGBOUTS This afternoon at 5 o'clock the I Payment for classified adver- much deserved or not

most of the others. CHICAGO CUBS FOLLOWING' I Lighthouse ten will tackle the tisements is invariably in advance _
She could easily Imagine that. i but regular advertisers
Chapter 78 with ledger
i Administration forces in scheduled -
Barnes, .senior would always trim i AT SCHOOL GYMLASTJVENING Social loop a accounts may have their advertise I<
CHANGING EDWIN his sails to the wind: the fact that (Continued from Page One) THROUGH ; game. meats charged i,
In the Senior circuit the ,
EDWIN was Intensely interested i he had continued to prosper in a I holding up at second. Gehringer, I j; Advertisers should give their
Bee Bakers and Lopez Funeral
house: In watching it take I day of chain stores proved that Incontrovertloly. singled to center Cochrane scoring I i street address as well as their telephone -i
Home ten will play tonight. I
on character and charm in her and Gehringer held up at (By JOVE) number if they desire re-

hands. It wasnt a: all the son of But will you promise to tell first. Greenberg up. Henshawand I .......................* I Ii i I; Friday night the Busy Bees and sults.
me." she persisted "the minute Firemen will play in the Senior:j r
house he had expected to hare and Carleton warming up in the SEVERAL GOOD MATCHES i With each classified advertisement
although he felt the difference he think we ought to cut down! Ill Well, the Chicago Cubs won 1, League and that afternoon the
bullpen for the Cubs. Greenberghit The Citizen will give free ''
never forgive you If you don't. the first game o: the World Se- High School ten and Bayview an
was unable to define them. PULLED OFF WHICH WERE ;,;
the ball into left field stands Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask
Her looked uncertain and she ries. It sure was a well earned Park boys will meet in the Social for 1 I
There was one minor crisis when for home it.
a rum, scoring Gehringer
pressed the point. "A partner In VERY INTERESTING TO> victory. The pitching of Lonnie'''league This is the game they
ahe chose twin beds for their room. ahead of him. Goslin Hen
up. I)
your business would know that; Warneke was marvelous. He!played to tie last week and in
a I II'
She didn't discuss it with Edwin j MALE HELP
shaw now pitching for the Cubs, a LARGE NUMBER PRESENT I' WANTED
don't yon ow it -a partner in
'beforehand partly because Edwin left handed pitcher. Goslin gets a weakened a little in the fourth in- playing it the loop will have a
your liter ning but came through in the clean elate. Each club will r
; play
hadn't yet learned to discuss Inmate MAN WANTED for
His face softened and the spectra walk. Fox hit into a double play, Rawleigh:
subjects without embarrassment of his father receded Into the Herman to Cavaretta. It was a pinches. ;; 12 games or four with each team I' Route of 800 families. Write
(By '
and partly because she knew Demaree hit a single and a home
shadows. "You're-wonderful. line drive to Herman. Rogell. today. Rawleigh Dept. FAJ-,
without asking what his attitude Yes The High School gymnasiumlast run and he also sacrificed once.i\i 3481 Clanton Ala. The first 116-SA .
I promise. batting right handed, went out, Memphis, Tenn.
would be. night was filled with excited Hartnett singled twice out of three ,, ton Mill ten and the CCC boys
Edwin said rebelliously a few pitcher to first. oct3IO172431xWANTED : i|
She bought the beds had them refinished fans as the season's best fights times op.Warneke. game was played against the Cot-
days later: "Do we have to go to Four runs, four hits no errors.
and set up. Then with a the Herron's tonight!" Second Inning I were put on. tied the record established -< won 14 to 10. In the second contest I LT&r

feeling of impending combat she Emily'kept her temper. "Unless 29 years ago by Nick Alt-' they trimmed the Thornsbyten
CHICAGO-Hartnett out. second One bout after the other held
showed them to him. there's some really good reason why to first. Demeraee out second rock, when he made eight assist i:i 14 to 1%. In the third tilt WANTED-A Chance to bid on

the spectators in suspense.. !! The, and one And in pitching I Tynes entered the hall of fame,
Edwin stopped short on the we can't. I knew yon didn't have an to first.: Cavaretta out first putout. your next printing order. The!
threshold of their bedroom and his engagement, so I told Ruth we'd to pitcher who covered the bag. boxing fans of Key West' never a shutout game: he put in a good when he pitched a no-hit game. Artman Press. aug'll

month became a thin straight line. come." No runs no hits, no errors. left the gym so satisfied as they day's work., However, the score was 9 to 3, the i
She had never known before that She had deliberately accepted the oposition making the runs on er FOR RENT
DETROIT-Owen srtuck out did last night. ,
his mouth could look so like hisfather's Invitation without consulting him.Two On the Tigers' side Rowe hurl-, rors. The other members of the I II ,
Bridges out Hack to Cavaretta.I ,
The first bout of the 'evening,
and the discovery alarmed evenings a week were devoted White walked. Cochrane flied out ed a,splendid game. lIe allowed!! dub from Key West are: Happy FOR RENT-5-room furnished,

aer. to their respective families; left to to Galan. between Mario\ Garcia, 117 pounds, only seven hits. one double, one!I+I Viera, catcher; Julius Villareal.I apartment. Laundry tubs and i!i

She talked rapidly to cover the himself. Edwin would have spent No hits I from Y. M.\ S. C., and Young Santana home run and five singles lie I j i I outfielder; John Sawyer, Gonzalez!J garage. 514 Margaret street.!,
no no errors.
runs ,
the other five at home with her.
silence. 116 pounds "' reed the struck oat, eight batters and walk-I:'and I C. Hernandez. Tynes wrote j j' Phone 152-M. septlStf j
"I wish you bad asked me first, Third lining 'i
"The fortunate thing about it was ed J JGehringer me: "I struck out nine batters :i
he Insisted fans for what was coming next. none. *
r that I found one of them and CHICAGO-Hack walked. JurIes also ): man-Wme-I I TWO AND FIVE ROOM FUR". -'
didn't dare buy it until I could be "And If I had. what could I have /: flied out to right field. lIen- They fought from bell to bell i played! a great man-some-1!;: I I I ISHED APARTMENT. Conveniences -

tore of finding Its 'mate, and two told her except that you dida't wantto shaw, batting right handed, flied and Garcio won a well earned de- game Fo ,hit\e. good double. j|'I to boysHello" !!I porches! 519 Elizabeth -

days later Mr. Deems*called: to sayhe'd advantage comer of She the was fact taking that ruthless Edwin's out to Goslin. Galan flied out to cision. i Now I suppose Henry Mayg' him. Viera also pitches for the)1|I street. Apply 523 SouthI '

located its twin. rigid coda didn't permit even the center. I Young_Jasper, 112 pounds, and Pita,Fra a; all the printing force club and Tynes then does the'I ard street. sept 14 GUARANTEED
"What Involved sentence. she No no hits, no errors. i I I road injuries
an runs catching. i j
The McGee
mildest of social lies. Citizen and a score :,
thought and realized that Edwin had DETROIT-Gehringer walked.I Kid Lewin, 111 pounds, fought ; FURNISHED APARTMENT withi and defects-In
There.. of all smiles but the !
no answer to that and others are ,
,not heard word of It. double another fast going preliminary. j i Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson writing.
a hit into play, -
Greenberg a 'i
he knew It. He smiled ruefully. 1 old saying is "he who laughs lat: No other than the great assistant -
At last he said coldlyYou might play such a terrible game of bridge." Jurges to Herman to Cavaretta. Young Jasper won a close decision laughs the loudest And it may i manager and coach for the St. I 1001 Eaton street. Phone

'hare told me"beforehand that you "That1 because you've played so Goslin flied out to Galan. I i apply in this case. If not, I will 'j i Louis Cardinals will arrive in Key I II I 8794. sept 4-1 mox $470

felt that way. little. Yonll never Improve your No runs no hits no errors. The last preliminary brought go down with Detroit. West by plane Friday and remain I II I FOR SALE '
Her heart sank "My dear it Isn'tthat came without practice. FcvrtH Inning I I with us until Saturday morning 1 1, ?
1 feel 'any Twin beds together Edwin Sweeting 1511 I '
way He wore a martyred look. "Do I what when he will sail for his home in
CHICAGO-Herman, after get- Today -we will see Bridges I TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
mean comfort; half the people we 148
and Berl
have KT Finder
to Improve ting three balls, struck out on pounds or Auker will do when they face" Havana Cuba. I mean Mike Gonzalez '' sheets 75c. The Artman Press OTHER GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY
know hare them. In the end you'lladmit "I hoped you'd want to.There's ;
Frn right little entertainment here that we so three straight strikes. Lindstrom pounds. Berl won a technical) the "Grim Reapers" from Chicago -! He will manage the Ha- [ aug7 SIZES IN PROPORTION

He dropped the subject but she' can't: Ignore bridge. flied out to Greenberg. Hartnett knockout over Sweeting. This bout Root or Lee probably willj vana Reds in the Cuban Winter Siza PlUC& SIZE mca

realized that he was dreading the. singled to center. Demeree flied proved that the best of friendscan face the Tigers. !1 1I League. He will carry the Car SECOND SHEETS 500 for SOc.: 4.50-20
4.40.21$5.10 $5.50
pursed mouth and raised eyebrowswith i she realized was a mis out to For. put on a good little scrap dinals to Cuba as he did last I I The Artman Press. mug?
which his mother would ex- THAT. He was hypersensitive DETROIT-Fox flied out to In the semi-final we saw two have before me a few cuts of, March'for a series of three games. 4.50-21 5.70 I 5.00-19 6.50

,press her opinion of his bedroom.But about Elston. fiercely loyal to it;I Hack. Rogell struck out. Owen well known scrappers trying to different dailies ni the CCC camps The Giants will also make a trip 4.7S.19 6.05 5.25-18 7.20

he was trying however any asperatlons were personal af hit by a pitched ball. Bridges settle their boxing feud. Hardly of Alabama. They show three or, to Havana for three games. We I I PALACE .

wardly, to contribute his .wk-I fronts. singled through the pitcher's box. anything can be said about Bobby four games in which Frank Tynes have big league clubs all-around i Buck Jones in Itt.e..abl.ct 5ram ate.to =-.dditlo.w/wirtwa. --

ward. making the house a "I'm sorry you're so bored with it The ball hit Henshaw on the leg. Waugh 114 pounds, and Kid Pelican the young boy who used to pitch ns but if we had the grounds we I
I Like Emily he was particularly interested hEre." Owen on second. White walked 113 pounds, that you don't for the Busy Bees, won every! would see them in action, too. I STONE OF SILVER CREEK: Colonial Service Station

in the garden and suggested : She protested quickly. I'm not and bases are fulL Cochrane up. already know. In the second round game he played up there. Thereare hope that we will have our grounds Comedy and Serial CLARANCE CRUSOE, Prep
having; Jarrett up from Birmingham bored. But I like to out occasionally Owen several other Key Westers the winter
go On a wild pitch scored Bobby went to the floor twice on ready before season Matinee: 5-10c; Night:. 10-15c Colonial Building .a Fleming St

Emily disagreed.to plan and"Let plant IL tell and see people In order not Bridges going to third and White I I and bounced back without taking the club. Their club is Camp No. gets' under way. ........................
me you to be. Cochrane walked and!
ideas to second. '(}I the count. He made up the lost -. -
my first and then if you don't He gave In. "Must I change fuIL -- ------ ------ --- ---
bases Gehringer
lIke them we'll call: In Jarrett3 ." clothes again are points in the latter part of the
singled to center scoring ,Bridgesand
They were la the garden then or i 'As usual, he was Immaculate. Ed bout. The fight was called a
rather?'theplace' 'where the garden I win's neatness, she had learned White; Cochrane stopping on draw, but some of the fans think

would one day be. and Emily outlined 1 from the conversation of the neighbors third and Gehringer!; going to sec- the Pelican won on a slight mar- .

her plans with gestures and was one of his best traits. ond on the play. Greenberg up. ,, -

quick sentences. ("And dirty towels aU over the Kowalik, lefthander,.now pitchingfor gin.To complete the evening's box- FIRMS

"Don't look at this'wilderness." bathroom floor-my dear. I nearlygo the Cubs. Greenberg out, ing card and to make a demon-

she begged "Close your eyes and mad!") short to first stration of what clean sportsman- ;

see the flowers. Will it do?" Her eyes twinkled. "No. you always Three runs two hits no errorS ship is, came the main go. Emory :-..

He smiled at her. "Of course it look as if you'd stepped from Fifth Inning Blackwell, 165 pounds, the Key

will rd rather It would be your a bandbox. Read your paper darling CHICAGO-Cavaretta hit to West champ, fought Young Kid Z. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

garden than Jarretfs anyhow"Meals. while I dress. first who threw to Bridges, who, Powell, 170 pounds, from Wash- I.

too. required managing.The Ted Herron was big and hearty dropped the ball and is credited ington State, to a slugging draw.I ,
rules governing meals at Ed- and his voice boomed when he
with the play. Hack
an error on demon-
have seen
win's house were as laws of the : very
talked. Ruth was slim and rather I
to Cavaretta
out, pitcher first on
strations of in some good
:Hedes and Persians: you ate quiet but there was a quality of cocrage
second. Hack credited with a sac-
but Powell certainly has
enormously at noon and were confronted about her that fights
permanence was rem Star American CoffeeYou'll ROSES
rifice hit Jurges singled tonight JOHN C. PARK
I with the remnants more or iniscent of Charlotte and Emily what it takes. You can depend on TIFFSCASH
less thinly disguised at supper. loved her for it. scoring Cavaretta. Kowalik forced -' Emory, Blackwell to keep a cool

She planned light lunches and The table was set up when they* Jurges at second second to: head. During the entire bout he find out how FLORAL PIECES A''

well-balanced dinners but while arrived and Ted. having boomed a short Galan bunted and Green-i was in and out always attacking 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try GROCERY

Edwin enjoyed the dinners be still welcome wanted to get at once to berg dropped the throw from Coch-: Powell's vital spots. the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY

felt cheated at lunch not realizing business, as he expressed It. He rane-an error for Greenberg. In the second round he drew 1101 Division Street

that the sum total was the same. loved bridge and played It erratically Kowalik went to second. Herman : blood from P well's eye. Yet the PLUMBING. LARGO tb 18c
"You really ought not to eat a : but very successfully. rolled out to first Washington kid fought until the PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

heavy meal and go right back to "Well cut for partners and pivot One run. one hit, two errors. V. & S., Ib 15c.

the office" she told him. ..It'. bad after double rubbers be an- DETROIT-Goslin out second, last.Some of the ringside fans

tor you." nounced.It to first Fox flied out to center.' claim that Emory won that fight Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDANURSERY Staple and Fancy

He looked doubtfuL "Ill get used wasn't very bad. Edwin had Rogell singled through third. Galan.I yet others insist that it was a DURO, PUMPS GroceriesComplete

to it after a while I guess.* good hands, and having made one threw the-ball to Jurges, ,catching draw. Whatever maybe the opin- PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL

game contract began to gain con second who was trying:
Rogell at ion of the fans, I'll Bay it was an
Line Fresh
hard 512 Greene Street
struggled to maintain
fidence. lie even told rather badly
to stretch the hitNo
i excellent fight and from ,what I
conversation at the, table bat a Joke he had heard that morningat runs, one hit, no errors. like PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
hear more
there too his training was against the office and Ted laughed inordinately Sixth I you may' see some PHONE 597
her. Conversation in the Barnes and said. "Pretty good!" CHICAGO-Lindstrom Inning walked.'' this one in the near future.

household was a lost art: there was Emily knew that the Herrons
Hartnett hit into a double play i
no give and take save as Mr. Barnea would have enjoyed a highball, but Rogell to Gehringer to Greenberg. POSTPONE GAMES SELECT SEA .FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
gave and Edwin and Mr*. Barnes they were too wise to suggest it. I
Demaree doubled to center field. Jewfish, 2 Ibi 35c INSURANCEOffice

took.Emily wondered with a stab of else She they knew would too.have that been with playingfor anyone Cavaretta out, Gehringer to Grt'en-I WITH\ MIAMI TENBy Yellowtail Steak, 2 lb.. 35c THE KEY WEST

dread whether Edwin would expectas at least a twentieth but no one berg. Yellowtail oa Bone 2 Ibs. 25c
319 Duval Street -
fouled out to
time went on to occupy the placein had mentioned that either. The DETROIT-Owen 4J
their household that Mr. Barnes Herrons were friends worth having. Hack. Bridges out, pitcher to Grouper, 2 Ibs. 2Se SUNDAY STAR

occupied In""hIL She knew that she At home afterwards she tried to first White hit to pitcher,. wh>: ( JOVE) I Snapper, 2 II... ., 2Sc

would never allow It. but she draw him out. "Are you still sorryI threw and hit White in the Games with Dunn Buss dia- Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. _____ 25c TELEPHONE NO.1
dreaded the struggle that might be accepted!" White tried for second and b.Ck.1 mondba'I champions of :Miami has I Subscription $2 Per Year

Involved in preventing It He smiled at her.almost mischiev caught Herman to Jurges. been postponed one week. They FRESH SHRIMP

Very skillfully she drew him out ously. "Are you trying to make me lik is charged with an error. 1 will come here and play on the Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Y_r Mesh At

to talk about business. Edwin's firm commit myself No runs no hits one error. 10th and 11th of this month or Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 65c Paper Delmomco Restaurant

was an old conservative house but "Tes she said honestly. Seventh Inning I Thursday and Friday of next FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
the clouds of national insolvency bad "Then I rather It." Business Office Citizen
CHICAGO Jurges walked. week. BndwciMr Beer -....... lie

gathered extreme and already prophecies being Issued of She to kissed undress.him gratefully and be Kowalik, who bats righthanded and I I i This will give the local clubs a LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six C..r... Dinner. _____
optimism were
hit Owen,
pitches lefthanded to chance to put in some practice,
by the hundreds. 151 PHONE _______ SOc TSc and &$.
(Copyrlg/tt/ ISIS by Variam Sims who holds the ball. Kowalik get- and at the same time have the
The need for optimism. Jeffrey
ting credit for a hits Galan out field in firtt class condition.
had confided to her. was In Itself
Gehrniger to Greenberg. Jurges Two dugouts will be built and
sufficiently: alarming.She Emily tears, tomorrow, that
discussed It. impersonally atToday's vn wai..a new cook can precipitate a went to third and Kowalik to second several minor things will be at-. AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is Wrap-
Herman singled to left scor- tended to before everything will 536 Fleming Street PRITCHARD

-, .' ------ Kowalik. Herman the JENMEB.DEBOERNOTARY
and for in
ing Jurges be in readiness games. ped every package .

........................ Court of Appeals, born near went to second on the throw home, /wX FUNERAL HOME.
first to Fox. Demaree flied out to left. of
out to
popped *
Charleston, MojV71, years ago. I f + Tk. \
Birthdays II Two runs two hits no errors Cavaretta flied out to Fox. .
I [fc* Watch !0]
w a..1a..aa......aw I I DETROIT Cochrane walked. No runs, no hits, no errors. PRINTINGDONE Dignified s.tMtM.
Dr. Virgini-mldersleeve, dean I Gehringer forced Cochrane at second DETROIT-Rogell doubled to i 3

Most Rev. James DeWolf Perry, of Barnard College. New York I I Herman to short Greenberghit right. Owen laid down a bunt, and S? BY US CourtesyLICENSED

bishop of Rhode Island and pre-I, born in New York, 58 years ago. ; by a pitched ball, Gehringer went out catcher to first, Rogell I PUBLIC

siding bishop of the ProtestantEpiscopal going to second. Goslin flied out.going to third. Owen credited WATCHMAKER JEWELED MBALMER

Church, born at Germantown -j Thomas Clayton Wolfe of I'I'I I to Galan. Fox hit the pitcher on, I J I with a sacrifice hit. Bridges struck AND ENGRAVER

Pa., 64 years ago. I Brooklyn, N. Y., novelist born at to knee ball glancing out to right !1,out. White out catcher to first See Him For Tour Next Work .ARTflSSTpRESSCitizen Aa.s.niea

; Asheville, N. C, 35 years ago. I field. Gehringer scored. Demaree Ninth Inainc .
George S. Messersmith U. S. threw to Herman who threw to I CHICAGO-Hack singled to ALL PRICES REDUCED ATTENDANT

Minister to Austria born at Fleet- Warner Oland. screen star, Hartnett cacthing Greenberg for center. Jurges popped out to Hurst 9 U 12-1 t. 6. Blig.PHONE LADY Citizen Office'i"HUttSDAY

wood, Pa., 52 years ago.. born in Sweden, 55 years ago. the third out. i short. Klein, batting for Kowalik, 51 '
One run. one hit, no errors. flied out to left. Galan flied out Open .Saturday Nights Pbene 648 Nv.r Sleep

Judge Charles B. Fans of St. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Eighth Inning I I to Fox.

Louis, of the 8th U. S. Circuit weekly. -- -- CHICAGO-Hartnett flied out,i No runs, no hits no errors.


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:-: SOCIETY : : PROPERTY S..............S.SS.SI.a HAS MEETING j WILLIAM CAIN cap STAR There's will interest money yosi.!I. it.Get a

................................................. Avila left last night _t3-3t
SALE CLOSEDWIFE I for a business visit in Miami. HERE TODAY


12, 1935
Miss was a passenger 1 DEMISE OF INFANT AT ........................ I
I Notice to hereby g-lven that ....er
Interesting MeetingAssembling PURCHASES FOUR LOTS IN I going to Miami for a visit with CUSSED OFFICERS FOR For Mayor and bjr virtue of a certain OrH relatives. S ; I DR. H. C. GALEY Decree of Foreclosure and Sal.
made and entered OB the 4th day "fSeptember.
Gilbert Thompson left last Mrs. W. H. Trout, of 1113 For the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Pierce Mrs. A. :M. Hewitt, TRANSACTIONS\ DURING Mayor Judicial, Cimlt of the Rtnli ofFlorida
meeting Emory SESSION
the first
night for MIami and from there Olivia street, received shortly WM. H. MALONEFor 'I in and for Monroe rv>un v.
>of.the club year members of'jMrs.' Julia Bean, Mrs.. J. J. Trevor will go to points on the Keys. I after noon today news of the deathof in Chancery, In m cans therein
the Ky West Woman's Club met; Miss Minnie Porter Harris, i iI Reelection"; pending trher""tn i. B. Sullivan is

Tuesday afternoon o'clock in.' Miss Etta Patterson, Miss IleenJ Two real estate deals were Mrs. Raymond Bethel left on With Mrs.\ William R. Warren I her grandson, William AustinI I .. wmi complainant Eva P. Mfller and Andrew, his wife R. and Miller L.

the rooms of the organization on J J Williams, Mrs. W. R. Porter, Mrs. closed yesterday afternoon by, th 'Florida last night for a visit I I Cain, two years old, son of Mr. and For Councilman Van Vmlkrnfcari and IT he I.I I... mar.

Division street, \- tb :Mrs. G. N.j Vesey Johnson, Mrs. Chas. Ward- Fred Dion, representing the with relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. .' presiding instead of PresidentMrs. Sirs James A. Cain which occurred -I I DR. ARMANDO COBO |I I and ned Minnie- yM-.VajKCMbarg.Van Vatfcenburir his wife.a

Goshorn president, presiding. J jIow. I Southern Land Company and .- \ Wmu H. Malone, who left for" today in Kissimmee. ,. single closure. woman of Mortgage, are defendants., the ond Pnre.TI -

Plans for the reinstallation of I Floor Committee) John Lowe and daughter Sirs Cani, mother of the child, I For Police Justice I aliened.; Speelal Master In Chancery
old members were discussed at J I Mrs. W., P. Archer, chairman;, other interests, both of which are Nancy. left last night for Miamito :Miami last night, members of the T. S.'CARO'For I I win offer for sale and will sell at
is the daughter ol Mrs.\ Trout and I! public outcry, for cash in band s.>
decided to reinstate Mrs. Henry Russell, Mrs. Otto of appreciable significance.One I
length and it was join Mr. Lowe who is em- I \,,>.. tebe I highest and beet bidder at the
all old members, desirousof I Lundquist Mrs. C. L. Roberts, of these is the sale of, played by the Florida East Coast Key West Garden Club held an was before man iage Miss Mary i front door of the County ('''urt

again assuming their affilia-. Miss Mary Trevor. four lots to Mrs. Lucille Stone,! Railway and making his hom at enjoyable meeting this morning in Trout. The Cains made their Captain of Police ;I I the House City in of Monroe Key Went.County Florida Florida.; dur In

tions, upon payment of $2, and Book CommitteeMrs. Miami Beach. I home in Key West for some time, ALBERTO CAMEROFor : ing the legal nurs of ante on Item.I .
no entrance fee.Indications I Norberg Thompson, chairman wife of Julius F. Stone, Jr., for!I the rooms of the Key West Woman's moved to Hollywood and later I. day. the 7th day. elf October. A. P.
Florida ERA administrator.These ltSC the following described land,
are that the present ; Mrs. A. R. Miller, :Mrs. W. mer W. H. Funderburke, of the i went to Kissimmee where Rev. Captain Police situate lying and being In the

'year will be one of the most interesting J. Phelan. I section lots at Reynolds are in that and valuable South I United States Coast and Geodetic Club on Division street Cain is pastor o* the Pentecostal ROBERT J. LEWIS County to-wit: of Monroe, Stat. of Florida.

since the organizationof I Visiting Committee I I Survey, left last night for Miami. Plans for the beautification of Mission. I "Bobby" On the Island of Key -West

the club, and the consesus of Mrs. Wallace Kirke, chairman; streets. accompanied by Mrs. Funder Simonton street were discussed at' Members of the family in Key known oa 'V.... A. Whitehcad'a
The start of these negotiationswas Map delineated In February. .A.
opinion is that the latitude of the, Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Sr.. Mrs. ,I. I burke, en route to Cleveland,I 1 West have not oeen advised as to SPECIAL NOTICE TO CITY D. 1SZ9. as part of Tract Nineteen -
noted in an issue of The I length and all was found to be in
club's endeavors will be more far Harvey Eagan. Ohio. the funeral arrangements, but expect tiC). but now better knownas
reaching than ever before. Membership CommitteeMrs. Citizen several weeks ago. After'' I readiness except arrangements for; to have the body of the infant TAX PAYERS Lot One O). Block Four (4>
I of said Tract Nineteen, according
One of the particularly entertaining -, W. H. White, chairman; the; storm of September 2 fears!II' Galen Lund left last night; on. sinking holes lor planting Sheriff, brought to Key West for to VT. A. Gwynn's Diagram
were entertained by some I The Tax Collector-Assessor of recorded in Plat Book One t I'
( 's.
I services and interment. .
items of the meeting yes-!I Mrs. Stephen Lowe, Mrs. Stephen the Florida for a visit with relatives K. O. Thompson stated he would page 34. Monroe Count. Florida -
that it would deterrent the of Florida
City Key West ,
terday was reading of chapters'[I Douglas, Mrs. J. L. Watrous. to realty operations prove in in Miami. I I furnish prisoners to do the work,! ...55500055............. having submitted to the City point, Records at the, Commencing Corner of at V('a n
And CommitteeMrs.
from the Club's History, compiled Publicity
Flitter and Whtte.
I this vicinity. which information was happily re Council his preliminary assess-
by MVs. A. D. Luethi and dedicated Robert Lord, chairman; Mrs. T. L. Ketchings who was' Today'sAnniversaries ranninr thence aMhe the said
These dis- I ment roll for the 1935 for
apprehensions were ceived. year White Street in a North West-
Mrs. A. Miller Mrs. A. D.
to Mrs. W. V. MilHngton, visiting in Key West as guest of
;, pelled yesterday when :Mr. Dion approval, all persons desiring to erly direction Forty-six feet and
jbne of the members who was an'I Luethi, Miss Marie Cappick. her daughter ,Miss Florrie Ketch- While discussing the beautification -: Nine< Inches; thence at right
announced he had received the have corrections thereof made,
indomitable worker for the organ I Decorating Committee guarantee, in the form of a sub ings, left on the Florida last, plans Mrs. Warren suggestedthat ........................ where in listing valuation of property ang recfton(.* in One a North Hundred Easterly Feet and dl-
ization.yesterday's. Mrs. B. C. Moreno, Mrs. Harry night for Miami, en route to her each' member of, one Inch; thence at right ansrlIn .. :
stantial remittance the and every otherwise, hereby notified
or are
reading began with Galey, Mrs. Chester Curry, Mrs. closing home in Tifton, Ga. 1800-George Bancroft famed -1 a South Easterly dlr.ctlOaFort1'al1 .
j club'who'I; that 'said assessment roll feet and Nine .
the will participate in Inches.thence
C. W. Goethe i I : I hstorian of America, who also
the year 1915 when the club was I 10. S. Long, Mrs. deal.The other transactions the ren- will be in the office of the City at right angles in a
organized and concluded with the Mrs. Hugh Taylor, :Mrs. Chas. was Mrs. E. B. 7rand five children the i beautificatipns enter into the dered practical service as Secretary South Westerly direction<< On.-

events of the year 1925. At other I I[ Wardlow, Mrs. Fred Knapp, Mrs. closing action by which the city I who w r.e visiting relatives: spirit of the plans as though they of the Navy, and envoy to Clerk accessible to September the public, be-23 I I back Hundred to the Feet place and of one beginning.InrhI /
ginning Monday
future reading the history will be Jack Golden, Mrs. A. E. Sharpley, became owner of that parcel of in Key West; left last night for: were beautifying, their own resi-: Britain and Germany, born at t I Also, On the Island of H.: ,)'
land described as part of Square dence lawns and and she Worcester Mass. Died in Washington 1935 to and including Friday, West, known oa W... A. Whiteheads -
yards ,
Mrs. :
completed up to the current club Mrs. Eola Swicegood, Geo. Miami\ en route .to the home in I
October 4 1935 for said map delineated in Feb
Reynolds, Mrs. Fred Kitland, Mrs. 3, bounded by Whitehead, Wall New Orleans.: was satisfied that if this spirit: D. C., Jan. 17, 1891. purpoe.The ruary. A. D. ISX9. as a part of
Clerk's office will be
year.The following are the various W. H. Malone. and Front streets and Tilt'sLane. I prevailed, the results would be open I Tract Nineteen (!*>> but now
for said period from 9:00 a. In. to better knows as Lot Two. Block
committees that were appointedby Sponsor For Juniors Frank H. Barnett, member of wonderfuL I Four in Tract Nineteen according
1802 George Rioley famed 12:00 m. and from 2:00 m. to I
At the of Front and p.
corner Another matter which is of to W. A. Gwyaa's liiagram
the president: Mrs. O. S. Long. the Coast Guard, unit, left last .
Whitehead streets adjacent to the ilosopher.! leader in historic 4:30 p. In. daily except Saturdaysand I recorded in Plat Book 1. pars
Public Welfare Department I Pianist night with his family for Baltimore vital interest from a number of Boston Brook Farm experiment Sundays; Saturdays will be 34, Monroe County. Florida.Records .
Key West Aquarium, the landis angles is preservation of bird ) ; Commencing at a pointon
Mrs. Arthur I'astorini, chairman Mrs. Frank Ladd. Md. I I
from 9:00 12:00m.
New York editor, a. In. to)
to be used for general beautifica- Oity literary White Street distant Forts4x \--
life in West. As the
Key soon as
Mrs. Historian
; Mrs. Chas. L. Roberts, I the first newspaper literary editor Any person desiring a correc- Feet and Nine Inches fn>ra
James Cormack, Mrs. Emory I Mrs. A. D. Luethi. tion purposes and principally for I C. W. Goethe, engineer with; autumn season is heralded by the: in country, born at Greenfield tion as above shall file with the the Corner of White and Von
1'fUter Street. and
Pierce Mrs. A' C. Elgin, Mrs. Committees For Raising Funds the: construction for reserved the Florida East Coast Railway flights of birds, so soon does the running
I I Mass.\ Died in Ncvs York, City Clerk on or before Friday, thence along the said White
tanks to be utilized the
1 James Adams, Mrs. Sam Harris: October: Mrs. E. J. Bayly, I by ]I Company, stationed at Key West,' boy and his sling shot make his July 4, 1880.l8O4Townend. October 4, 1935, his or her peti- Street in.feet N.and W'ly Nine directionFurty.iz inches'

Mrs. A. F. Ayala, Mrs. Henry 0.',chairman; Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, aquarium. left last night on the Florida for appearance and the slaughter be- tion to the City Council, setting thence at right angle In a

Russell, :Mrs. A. M. Hewitt, Mrs.1 I Mrs. P. D. Holloway, Mrs. Jack Fort Lauderdale to exercise his; gin. forth his or her objections to said I N.ETly direction One Hundred

Chas. Falk Mts. George Kantor,'Gaiti, Mrs. C. W. Goethe, Mrs. PLANE BRINGS IN seniority rights.C. I Every day boys can be seen, it Harris. New assessment! and the corrections right fret' and angles One in Inch a ;S-Bly thence direction at-

Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. Otto John Costar, Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp, II was said, in different sections of York City merchant and civic desired to be made. I Forty-six feet and Nine

Lundquist, Mrs. J. G. Piodela,I Mk*. W. P. Archer, Mrs. Otto W. Hoeffer, on the list of' the city with the dangerous sling worker, first resident envoy in The City Council will meet at Inches a S-Wly); thence direction at right One anglssin Hundred -

Mrs. Ralph Russell Mrs. Clarence'Lundquist, Miss Mae HilL 18 PASSENGERSMAKES switchmen of the F. E. c., left] shots, catapulting rocks, stones, or Japan, born in Washington O.., the City Hall, Friday, October 4. feet sod One inch back to

Pierce. I I November: Mrs. Jas. Cormark} I last night on the Florida) for Fort I' lead missiles at the birds and quite I I N. Y. Died Feb. 25, 1878. 1935, at 8:00 p. m., for the purpose i place September of, begl.stig.Dated it'".. 1ZS

Educational DepartmentMrs. chairman; Mrs. E R. Evans, Mrs. Lauderdale on business and' frequently they are brought to of equalizing the assessmentsand I WILLIAM CURRY HARRIS

M. E. Berkowitz, chairman George Archer, Mrs Allan Cleare, pleasure. I the ground maimed or dead. making proper corrections and Special. Master In Chsncer
LANDING JUST OUT- 1835-((100 years ago;: ) Charles LOUIS ALLEN HARRIS.
; Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Mrs.I Sr., Mrs. Wm., Demeritt, Mrs. Alfred I It was decided to request heads will reconvene from day to day I Solicitor: for Complainant
Camille Saint-Saens French
musician -:
Harvey Eagan, Mrs. George Archer DeBarritt, Mrs. Wm. II. SIDE OF SUBMARINE Reggie Roberts and family left;,of the schools to impress on the and born. Died until all of said petitions: .shall i aeot5-12-19-2C:; octt

..;._ :Mrs. Frank Lewinsky, Mrs.I White, Mrs. Walter Norman, Mrs. on the Florida last night for :Mi1ami. minds of the pupils the danger of 1 i composer, have: been heard and equalizationof

Joe Beaver, Mrs. Harry Baker, Neil Knowles, Mrs. A. C. Elgin. BASE i using the sling shot, not only in Dec. 16, 1U2L1854William. j assessments are completed. t

Mrs. W. C. Duncan. Mrs. Walter t I December: Mrs. Stephen Doug- I the city but anywhere, and plead I WALLACE PINDER, i

Norman, Mrs.\ Horace O'Bryant,[ las chairman; Mrs. Arthur Pas'torini -- H. S. 1>McCIanahan, assistant with the boys to spare the lives Crawfoi Gor-: pt21-23; oct3 City Clerk.! You'll Save If Yo. Order Our

Mrs. John Key, Mrs. C. W. Goethe -' Mrs. W. H. Malone, Mrs. Arriving this morning shortly grove inspector with the state of the birds. which are yearly gas army medical office Sur: FINE FOODS

Mrs. Melvin Russell, Mrs. H. S. Dexter, Mrs. Luther Pinder, after 10 o'clock was the plane of: plant board unit, left last night killed in quantities by the boys. geon-General, epidemic fighter "Jaek.senTllle'e, .*..1.. lluttl"THE f

Neil Knowles, Miss Susie Gardner, Mrs. Carl Bervaldi, Mrs. Frank the Maami-Key West Airways in-' for a business visit in Hawthorne Following SIrs Warren's talk the sanitary engineer; who n.ade I Day after day our foods are

Miss :Mac Hill, Mrs.\ Louise Auxier, Delaney, Mrs. J. R. Stowers. Mrs. corporated, coming down on the Fla.Walter :Ion the birds, officers for the next the building of the Panama Canal] SEMINOLE I consistently: finer in quality

Mrs. W. Demeritt. W. C. Duncan, Mrs. Chas. Falk. water just outside of the submarine I', club period were elected as follows possible, born ner Mobile! Ala.1 : and lower in price. Why shop

Fine Arts Department January: Mrs. Wm. R. War- base breakwater and taxy- Maloney, of the Maloney I : Mrs. Win II. Malone, re- D'jcd, in London, July 3, 1920. I around when it's all to your

Mrs. Haydn Illingworth, chair ren, chairman; Mrs. James Rob. ing into the yacht basin to be Bakery in Key West, left on the' elected president; Mrs. Wm. R. I ; advantage to trade here!

man; Mrs. Phillip Cosgrove, Mrs.\ erts, Mrs. Edwin Trevor, Mrs. A. moored. Florida last night for Miami:I Warren, first vice president; Mrs.

: Carl Bcrvaldi. Mrs. A. D. Leuthi, M. Hewitt, Mrs. Fred Kirtland, This is the first time the plane where he will spend a few days: O. S. Long', second vice president 1859-Elcanora Duse famous : ARCHER'SGROCERY
has made its arrival at' this point business. 'I Sirs Fred Kirtland, third Italian actress, born. Died in
Mrs. John Gekeler, :Mrs.! Fred Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. Ross: on ; 1
] the plans for. transferring the depot vice president; Mrs. Robert Lord, Pittsburgh: April 21, 1921.
Kirtland Mrs. E. A. Evans. Mrs.I I Sawyer, Sr., Mrs. Benj. Trevor, I
Frank Ladd, Mrs. A. B. Cleare, Miss Minnie Porter Harris, Miss: not having been made until John Weech was a passenger on recording secretary; Mrs. Wm. II.

Sr., Mrs. Eva Warner, Mrs. Thomas Ileen Williams. I I this week. the Florida last night for Miami White, .corresponding secretary; 1877-William L. Harding. --- I "The Store That Serve
There were 18 on and other points in the state. Mrs. W. H. Phelan, treasurer;,. --
passengers You Best"
James, Mrs. A. R. Miller. Mrs. February: Mrs. Korbergl I Iowa lawyer, governor; and Fed- j
Eola Swicegood. Mrs. J. J. Trevor, Thompson, chairman; Mrs. Jerry the plane as follows: Alexander Mrs.\ James S. Day, auditor; eral Reserve Board head, born at JeefcaMTllle. Flar'.. "

Mrs. Hugh Taylor, Mrs.\ Wade Trevor, Mrs. W. J. Phelan, Mrs. Jenks, Henry Cavendish, Harry II D. Leer, inspector of agencies John Key. membership Mrs.1; Sibley, la. Died at Des Moines CHAS. B. nisest: MMSger We Welcome Responsible

Hudson Dan Navarro Mrs. Na- Florida East Coast Railway, who Mrs. Arthur Pastorini, A human, home-like institution AccountsAll
Rhein, Mrs. Edwin Trevor, Mrs.! W.t R. Porter, Mrs. A. R. Miller, Dee. 17, 1934.GREAT I
varro, Jean Navarro, Ernio was in Key West on business, left scrap book. where yon will find ymmr 1..ld..1'
Ross ))awyer. Mrs. Haydn Illingworth, Mrs. I rmmfmrt ... entertainment a nat Competition met with
American Citizenship Department i I Stephen Lowe, Mrs. J. F. Leach, Sherry. Ross Young, Nelson Jones, on the Florida last night for Miami -I Mrs. J. C. Gekeler, Mrs. Fred OPTIMISM ter of great Importance 'I Low Prices and High Quality

Mrs. Harry Prindle, )[rs. Chas. Wm.: R. Porter, Norberg Thompson en route to St. Augustine. Ford and Miss MoIIie Parker was, -0-

Rubin Keller, William Houston selected as a board of directors. ABOUT HIGHWAYContinued .A steel rire r..f ".(MiaUcate* I ONE STOP SERVICE
Mrs. E. J. Bayly, chairman; Wardlow. i
In the heart ef the rtif
Mrs. W. J. Phelan, Mrs. W. R. March: Mrs. Louis Pierce, Harold Whipple, Joseph Mrs. Dan Navarro and daughter -: -0- I Order All Your Food Needs

Warren Mrs O. S. Long, Mrs. C. chairman; Mrs. Emory Pierce, Raine, Jacques Davidson, Arnold Jean, who were visiting with't[ laid down in the advertisement to- Every Room with Combination Tub t Through U.
I Sewer, Phillip Langford.PYNCHON I[ relatives in Ogdensburg, N. Y. ( from Page One) l
G. Hicks, Mrs. C Curry, Mrs. Lionel Plummer, Mrs. Victor day.This and Shower Bath Radio Electric
during the summer, returned by service affects those customers readily apparent at this time and Celllntc Fan. Slat Door for Summer I Dressed Poultry
Mrs. Dan Navarro Moffat Mrs. Mrs.
Moreno Taylor
Curry Hugh ,
who prefer to serve themselves he would begin to-believe that his Ventilation. Comfortable Reds with: Fish Turtle
Mrs. J. A. Valdes, Mrs. W. H.MUlone .' Eola Swicegood. Mrs. Joseph Val I plane this morning' accompaniedby '" Mattresses of Inner Spring Con
ARRIVES Mr. Navarro who left this 'and save the difference"that dream of Key West becoming the structlon and Individual Rea -
Mrs.V.. Hunt Harris, des, Jr., Mrs.\ O. S. Long, Mrs.\ I I Fruits Vegetables
hem i in Miami. is, place orders for furniture greatest winter resort in the Ins Lamps.
.week to ,
Mr: *. Wallace Kirke. Miss Etta Harry Baker, Irs. Godfrey join \ Meats
} !
HEREFOR VISITSTATE with: Miv Long land have it ship world, was gradually being realiz RATES t I
Patterson, Miss Minnie Porter Thompson.
'Malone ped direct to the customer. ed. si-gte i Dairy Products
Mrs. Wm. H. wife of :
Harris Miss hem Williams, Miss April Mrs. Clifford Hicks __
; ,
I 7* RWMS Private nasa >3eeN
Mollie Parker, Mrs. J. S. Day, chairman; Mrs.* Harry Galey, :Mrs. II Mayor W. H. Malone, left last I "To go back to what I said of R__.. Private IsIS __._ We i Phone 67 Free Delivery
I night the Steamship! Florida COMPLETE GROCERY accommodations for tourists; I am 4 R_... Private B.'. _,___ a...
Mrs. P. D. Holloway. Curry Moreno. Mrs. Robert Lord, pn : / ..., .... _
WPA ADMINISTRATORTO 14 it. Private Rath a.H 814 Fleming Street
believe "
Iota relatives Any and every thing in the line just optimistic enough to
American Homes DepartmentMrs. I Mrs. John Key, Mrs. Horace ,visit with) and !. Mample R_... Private Bath ...*
friends; in Miami. of foods can be obtained atArcher's that all events are ordered for the LIGHT I.\CRKA FOR DOl'BLB: J -
V. A. Johnson. chairman;: O'Bryant, Mrs. Dan Navarro, CONFER WITH M. E. Grocery. This store offers the best and am convinced: that if I OCCUPANCY I
Mrs. H. S. Mrs. Melvin Rus.-.elllrs. Sebastian
Mrs. Stephen Douglas
GILFOND a complete service the kind of road I have suggested _. ._
Wm. R. Porter president of the grocery -- -- -- ---
Dexter, Mrs. John Costar, Mrs. Cabrera, Jr., :Miss Edna ,
Gato. First National Bank, and Norberg Meats, fish, turtle, fruits, vega.tables is built, rapid construction; of
Jack Gaiti, Mrs. Frank Delaney
Mrs. Williard Albury, Mrs. A. E.I May: Mrs. X. E. Sharpley, -- I Thompson, head of the Thompson dairy products and dressed hotels and apartment houses will
I of the
Sharpley. Mrs. John Leach. Mrs.I chairman; Mrs. Fred Knapp, Mrs. E. A. Pynchon, Florida's WPA I interests in Key West, returnedby poultry can be ordered thrnighArcher's. be necessary to take care West I
thousands who will visit Key ,
Ben Trevor, Mts. Godfrey Thomp.I Willard Albury, Mrs. G. N. Cos- administrator, is in Key West to- : plane this morning from a I and realize it is the greatest city

son, Mrs. Harry Galey, Mrs. Stephen horn, Ms. J. S. Golden. Mrs. day for an inspection of projectsin business trip to Tallahassee and and the most healthful in the Is Service Worth
confer other in the state. Mr. Merchant, the next issue
I this district and for a points
\Vhite Frank Ladd
Lowe, Mrs. William Mrs. Vesey Johnson, I West
world and I not a Key
am <
Gilfond of the KEY WEST SUNDAY ,
with M. E. Key,
:Mrs. Nellie Williams, Mrs. Claude Mrs. James Adams Mrs. Beacham ence ,
West administrator, and J. Gerry I Mrs.\ James H. Hardee, who be- STAR will interest ,.011. Get a en"
Williams, Mrs. Mary Thompson, Curry, Mrs. Claude Williams.
Mrs. Alfred DeBarritt.Library I Curtis, director of works opera-i fore marriage wasiI5S! Edna I. Copy There's money in it. The Price?

CommitteeMrs. Social! ClubHolds tion.Mr. I Quinn of this city, will leave to- oct3-3t

John Wardlow chairman Pynchon, who, recently succeeded -! night on the Steamship Cuba for Shivering
; Meeting Chester B. Treadway as I Tampa enroute to Portsmouth, Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
Mrs. W. J. Phelan, Mrs. A. D. I I Some people think not and prefer to eat in a
Florida's administrator, arrived ,atl Va., where she will join her husband weekly.

Luethi Mrs.\ J. S. Cormack, :Mrs.! I The: Muki Muki O Club held its l 9 a. In. in the state road depart: who has been on duty in, with Chills i Piggly Wiggly restaurant or trade at a PiggljT)
A. C. Elgin, Mrs. John Leach,
regular business meeting last ment's and leaving; the Canal Zone on board the U. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I
evening plane plans on i
Mr*. Cha Roberts Mrs. George Wiggly store, serve themselves and save the priceof I
; at the Cuban Club. this afternoon for Miami. I S. S. HannibaL -on- Burning with Fever I.
Archer, Mrs. Joe Beaver, Mrs. i
Jas. Adams, Mrs. Sam Harris,| Miss Virginia, Perez, presidentof This is Mr. Pynchon's first visit I WAVES i service. Others think a servant is worthy of

< the club handed in her resig- to Key West since becoming] Relief for
Two I Malarial
Mrs. W. H. White. Mrs. Victor I Permanents the service rendered and are Willing to the
I 5 QQBetter pay
|nation. Miss Isabel Armayor was administrator. He wcs: in K"vWest ti) !
:Moffat, Mrs. Lionel Plummer,. then unanimously elected se/-Tal months., o while' I ; for ;'f''\ Don't try homemade treatments or : Our catalogs contain the latest i iI
presi- price.
I pictures
Mrs. Clarence Pierce.Hospitality The Stores Waves $5.00 and p toewfangled remedies!Take that good
I dent of the club. serving as resistant! administra I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Soon you :
Committee I I. MRS. MILLER i| I with a beautiful description of the goods therein
| Miss Elsie Christensen was tor. Ocean View Apt. I Phone 574-J j i win be yourself again,for Grove's Tasteless -
Mrs. Norberjj Thompson chairman ,
( elected reporter of the club to ----- ,| dull Tonic not only relieveS the ; and if you will let us give Piggly Wiggly
; Mrs. J. J. Trevor, Mrs. A. 'melds Johnson have completed symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the you
fill the left by Isabel 4
M. Hewitt Mrs. John Costar, Mrs.,i Armayor.vacancy i'plans for entertaining the members -;, WHAT PRICE SERVICE? f KEY WESTCOLONIAL infection The' tasteless itself. quinine in Grove's Taste- !. service by having your order shipped to you direct ;

Edwin Trevor. Mrs. Joe Shourds.;; Plans were made for a fare of the Junior Woman's Club, The new policy adopted byLong's HOTEL less Chin Tonic kills the Malarial infection the freight drayage unpack and !
llrs.111ard Mrs. you pay ,
Albury H. S. ,
tomorrow afternoon. is while the iron it
well party in honor of Miss Grace Furniture Store designed i in the blood contains I

Dexter. Mrs. Otto Lundquist, Rivero who is leaving; the city in I Members will assemble 5, to save Key Westers 20 I la the Center of the Business builds up the blood to overcome the make repairs, if necessary, we can save you a 4
Mrs. Luther Pinder. Mrs. W. H. effects! of the disease and fortify against
o'clock in the home of the Key
Malone. Mrs. K. J. Bayly. Mrs. ;i the near future. The party will West Woman's Club Division I per cent on furniture on the plan and Theater District further attack. The twofold elect is absolutely service. charge of at least 20 per centLONG'S i ii
be given Sunday evening the; on I necessary' to the overcoming of iI
Hugh Taylor. Mrs. P. D.' Hollo- home of Miss Consuelo Carmona.! street. Games are to be -played: MONROE THEATER First CU._Fireproof- Malaria.Besides being a dependable rem I

way, Miss Edna Gato, MVs. Carl I and a refreshment course served. edy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill
Bervaldi. I! Frances Dee-Francis Lederer in I; Sensible Rat. Tonic is also aa excellent took of general
House and Ground CommitteeMrs. [ Clab To I Mr. Merchant.- next issue THE CAY DECEPTION t I use. Pleasant to take and absolutely FURNITURE STOREYA'GE

W. R. Warren, chairman;;: Hold Meeting i of use KEY WEST SUNDAY Charles Buddy Rogers in COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I i harmless Safe to give children.Now Get_a i I !
| bottle today at any drug store.
Mrs. A. R. :Miller, Mrs. John Key,, : STAR will interest you. Get a OLD MAN RHYTHM Garage Elevator. i I, sues-SOc and $1. The $1 size contains ,

Mr Robert Lord, Mrs. Benj.::1 Hostesses Miss Barbara Carey,I copy. There's money in it. I Matinee: Balcony, tOe f Orchestral I i Popular Price I 21/ times as much as the Soc size and

Tr vor, Mrs. Louis Pierce, Mrs., Miss Zenia Hoff and Miss Ro-I _t3-3t IS-ZOcz Nights lft-25e ..[ fives you 23% sots for your money.


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