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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 4, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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President's Talks On Tour Seen As I ARRANGING CELEBRATION FOR OFJEWISHFESTIVAL 2,000 Ethiopians Ares",Overtime Contest At Chicago




Forecasts Of '36 Democratic Themes Killed This Afternoon Won In 11th


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Chief Executive TouchesOn 1 i iI' : FEAST OF TABERNACLES TO .. INSTRUCTIONS IN [AMERICAN LEGION CARPENTERS TO ____ I
--- WRIGLEY FIELD Chicago
BEGIN ON OCTOBER 11;

Having Various Bearing Subjects On Ad- I'' ELECTCOFFICERSOTHER BE GIVEN WORKSEVERAL 'I SERVICES TO BE HELD AT CLUSTER PEARS OF ON 32 TREE I Fall] Of Aduwa, "VerdunOf I SWIMMING TO BE Oct. 4.-Th Detroit Tiger battled .

the Cabs innings
for 11
I Chicago

ministrationBy I LOCAL SYNAGOGUEThe IN LOCAL YARD j Ethiopia," Was Imminent GIVEN AT BEACH I on the Cubs'own ground

ACTIVITIES CARRIED FROM KEY WEST In Latest Re-
BYRON PRICE Fertility of Key West'ssoil Ibis, afternoon before they
(Cater .l .......... .Tfcp Auriat ON .AT MEETING LAST WILL BE GIVEN EMPLOY- Jewish Festival of Sukkoththe I cap-
.'.....* \ta.h blK...' Feast of Tabernacles-will i is wotvderfully evidencedin port Issued ACTIVITIES TO BE CARRIED l treed the third game of the 1935

It's too early to attempt a 4 EVENING MENT ON CANAL WORK beg:n Friday evening October m cluster of avocado pear ON UNDER DIRECTION
ready-rfcference political index to World Series 6 to 5.
llth and I last until October 19th. which grew on a tree in the
Mr. RooscTclt'. swing acro. the WPA, ACCORDING TO. OFt
In, Biblical days this, holiday was yard of the home of Arthur (Pe A.-ta. Pres.) The fame was marked by many
continent, bat certain chapter- At an interesting meeting held Several men from Key West I and
The of
Italy
Armayor Windsor Lane. war
festival of the Jew- oa NOUNCEMENT
Leading readily suftest'them an important pitchers, a number of change in
last night at the Post Home of i,can get employment on the Cross-
selves: ( ish calendar, together with the Though a prolific bearer Ethiopia launched against
Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, American -{I State canal project but the classification !-, the line-ap and the use of pinch
Agriculture: The P"sideDt..1 Feast of Weeks and Passover. On never until this year has the gory-historied Aduwa SChedUle- I
thrust I Legion the following officers of men to be employed yesterday A for instruction and
opening at the oppositionis i { these three joyous occasions the I tree more completely provenits : hitlers.
a comparison of present farm':1 were elected to serve until from here is.limited to carpenters I'I productivity when a cluster was thundering today ,
Jews of Palestine were required other swimming activities was put I
condition with what they were,' October 1936: I I at the present time M. E. Gilfond, with 32 pear was found by wide The Lee of Chicago pitched a great
to make pilgrimages to the Temple over a area.
before he took office. I,I Jerry J. Trevor Post Com- director of the Florida WPA district i of Jerusalem. The Feast of I the owner. into effect Wednesday by the Power: He follows his farm,,' ,!! here, announced. II I For safety the branch with Italians evidently were push-;

speech with one extolling what I I mander. i i I The allotment received was for! Tabrnacles from, however its sister, festivals is distinguished in-I' the fruit was removed and ing into Ethiopia on three: office of the Florida WI'A'I but six lai... However he weakened
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the is toward Frederick W. Knapp 1st Vic, taken into the home where
government doing
:,I i eight carpenters, and they must I II both its and celebration. when a recreation project got and removed in favor
development of publiclyownedutilities. Commander. !(I purpose hundred of visitor have points. I I was
J I come from, the relief rolls, "will- : Regular services will be held at .
i I I Fred J. Dion 2nd Vice Com.,ing to work and work hard." !I, the local synagogue by Rev. Phillip seen it and pronounced it the The announced fall of der way. of Warneke. The first two hatters .
Spending: He makes public a, I The established rate of on I most wonderful exhibit of its
: mander. I pay KristaL I Rest Beach the Coral Isle
I Aduwa "Verdun Ethi-
of the latter hurler singled
hinting at a balanced nature they have ever seen. facing
summary II I the canal project for carpenters : In the Bible the festival is also
| Anna E. Adjutant
West Yacht
Corcoran
:Casino and the Key
budget in the future, designed I The fruit is of the red "
near is $54.40 month and in addi- opia imminent. Haile '
I per was off his thescore.
Finance Officer. I : called the "Feast of Ingathering i delivery tying
to quiet fear of increased i land! : tion the laborers receive lodging I skinned type and one enthusiastic I Basin are being utilized in the!'I
James S. for at the time when the Jews
Chaplain.
Ray I Selassie Conquering Lion of
taxation. I visitor said that it swimming and varietyof .
I and food. I Ii r program a
},' William Cordova, SergeantAtArms. + dwelt in Palestine and were till
Recovery: He play constantly: I did not look at all like a cluster Mussolini whois : instruction is being offered
i i Qualified carpenters wishing to I II ers of the soil the character of I s Judah, and I Demaree hit a home raa in the
on the theme of improved industrial j I I take advantage of the proffered ( of ".1li tor- pear butt under the recreational program.
the agriculturaL Com
holiday
Carrie Hattrick Historian. was
indications giving the creditto E. : ; I the of a reaching out for more territory -i i i The time place and type of i tho
his
I'I'I John W. Pinder, P. Bernard employment and the comparatively ing as it does at the close of the gave appearance second ianing, second of
the new deaL Roberts U. John Delgado Executive -, good wages should communicate -:l agricultural and economic year in I! bunch of gigantic luscious for Italy-and has 'activity 1 included in the schedule iI I Ii
series. Rogetl hit "tot safeties.
Parties; He avoids referencesto with Claude Gandolfo, in the grapes. .i i as announced follow: i I
:I[ Committee. !1 1I I )Palestine, the Feast of Tabernacles i r an eye to evening the crush- .
party and makes a frank bid district WPA offices.RUSSELL I I Mondays and Wednesdays 8-11
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I S! distinctively occasion of i Jorge the same.Anker
an d4
elected officers was
The above
for independent voting. (The two I I newly 4 Rest Beach-Coral Isle: 1 1t I
defeat of Italians a.
1 ing at m.
will be installed at the i thanksgiving for the ,fruit harvest 4I' THIRTEEN COME
individuals he praised at Boulder reg-{ I I II Casino, elementary swimming allowed .\&_ hits in six
!I ular meeting of the Post to;! be ; FAMILY I and for nature's bounty during the Aduwa in 1896-already.t '
dam-Senator Johnson and ForRepublican's. j I Mondays-and Wednesdays! ; 2-5 .. I.
held on Tuesday October 8. I Ii year that passed. The people. fans_.. II I ..
I,0... .. -mcr Rep" dggtative $vinfJo thTtie !!1i l i A fislng"vote' "thankT'was''i I, gathered in the redn t5 of the II HEREON PLANE were counting their dead. I'p. m., Yacht Basin, advance+d
!. I I II [ swimming and elementary diving. In the tenth Gosh doubled for
; tendered to Post Commander J.' RFJURNTOCITY:;Temple, offered sacrifice on each I Losses appeared to have
Obviously the list of topics Tuesdays Thursdays and Fri-
still is incomplete. Yet the selections -! W. Pinder, and Adjutant C. P.t j jI i!of the seven days of the festival of I' been predominately Ethi-,''days. 2-6 p. m., Yacht Basin, his third hit of toe game.
I| Hope boom, for their tireless labor. to symbolize the reconciliation AIRCRAFT ARRIVES THIS'I .
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made in this first approachto I. with God. I'I coaching, water polo etc. I The Cub almost scored in the
all nations
| for the Post during the past year.I I ATTEND EUCHARISTIC CON. opian. One unconfirmed Yacht I
1936 are worth careful note,I MORNING ON REGULAR | Saturdays, 8-12 a. m.,
I 1 i With the downfall of the
it
officers have found
These two I
hetic.because they probably are prop-: impossible to engage in active' CRESS KSLD IN CLEVELAND I| i ish State in Palestine and Jew'l I TRIP FROM MIAMI report was that 2,000 Ethi-| Basin, life saving drill (patrol i ij I It I tenth, when Lindilrom first man

work the Post the l struction i of the Temple in Jerusalem opians killed [only). doubled and to third
for during com-: were or up wept
Shot In 'Crucial Section'It I OHIO t Saturdays, 2-6 p. m.. Yacht I
ing but expressed themselves I the :'orm of celebration t -
be that the year wounded in heavy fighting Basin coaching teams.! he died
argued
may was changed to suit the newer i by Hartnett' nit. but
President in j as being always ready to assistI The commodore of the I Sundays 8-12 a. m., Yacht I
was speaking and to I' conditions but the holiday itself seaplane I border from
I their in ; just inside the
the west when he put agricultureand successors any way pos- Mrs. II. O. Rrssell. son. William -, assumed even greater importance.Even .i I' Miami-Key West Airways, Inc., Basin, water sports. (I t there.

power at the head of the procession 1 3 j sible.The report of the delegation to and daughter, Mrs.\ Maxwell today observant Jews builda I arrived this morning with 13 passengers Italian Somaliland. Heavy I I Sundays, 2-6 p. m.* Yacht I I The weather was cool this aft
of issues but does Russell, returned the S. S. I from Miami. Arrivals Basin water sports.MRSEiiA< ,
any on
; I the National Convention at St. I Sukkah, or booth in their yards; I fighting continued there. i
one suppose that crucial sector, Louis rendered by Comrade Florida Tuesday from Cleveland, they eat their meals in these I j were Herbert R. Alton Leon W.!! I I ernoon. A mild wind was Mowing.

was chosen by accident for the 1 was Ohio, via Miami\ ,. where !she! at- booths throughout the period of ,, Mendel Jess R. Poland George i Italians occupied Maibariain : TROUT .
F. J. D'ion. and while not success- I off of Lake Michigan. Tt! sky
opening of the campaign? t|I ful in, their quest, they had usedi tended the 7th National Eucharistic -!i the holiday, as a reminder of the:| Morrison, Cyril Lowe, Shirley j Aduwa section which is
That the west will decide the Congress as a delegate from time when the Jews dwelt in such :| Cook. Ralph Dominguez: Charles; was clear.
election is accepted as axiomatic i i I every Post's method resolution possible relative to get to the the' the local court o| Catholic Daugh-I booths during the forty years that I Abbott. Genevieve Knight, Walter!, close to Eritrea and Mount-I AND SON DEPART

today by most leaders of both par: Memorial\ Bridges through the I' ters of America.Up they wandered through the desert Maloney Wm. C. Lee, S. CabreraJ! rama. The batting line-ap for Detroit

ties.! That the farm problem and) Convention but due to unforeseen until Sunday night when after their deliverance from jr.. and Louise Woodbury.; j wa changed by Manager Cocb-
the power problem are in the circumstances it was not put I Mrs.\ Russell: left for home, she t Egyptian bondage. The palm I Leaving 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon -. A report reaching Lon- GO TO ATTEND FUNERAL OF

front rank of political consideration !! -j: through but was apparently killed. was the only delegate from Florida branch or lulab. as it is called in by plane for Miami were:] don said an Italian plane" race *t the last a a.4e. Green-

there is hardly open to ques-i the The and was honored by personally -I Hebrew; the ethrog, or citron;1 Ellen Anderson J. Rice Scott)i INFANT TO BE HELD IN takiu. '.
in committee.
general bee benched! Owen hisj ,
had been shot down f was
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tion.Nor | delegation discharged with I meeting Patrick Cardinal Hayes, sprigs of the fragrant myrtle,,John R. Thomas jr.. Henry Hudson -!' near
is there any dispute that I the thanks of was the Post. archbishop of New York and AI character pf the festival and are Sebastian Cabrera, jr., Nelson Aluwa. Guns of Italians f KISSIMMEE >Uc at first and Clfftwn ff.at to
in his treatment of these subjectsMr. I!! Smith who delivered an address to brought to the synagogue: to form Jones. Phillip Langoon Mts.' _, t. f. ..r 4y
Roosevelt was bidding for tho assembly.Mrs. part of the service for the day.A Herminia Lester Miss Leonella'!' commended Aduwa and!I ,,(Ii) l.: !.r '

exactly the same bi-partian sup-i' CUBAARIUVES i ij Russell states that one of beautiful service in which Lester. Miss Ophelia Lester and'' awaited merely an order" Mrs. Ella Trout anon Hubert ::Attendance at the third game of
port which carried the west for the most striking events of the young children are inducted into Alice Key! i left on the Cuba ztsterdayi I

him in 1932. 'convention was the Midnight Massat : the religious school, is held at this I It was learned at the airways j that could hardly I mean less afternoon en route to Kuaimmee ee,. the classic was 55000.

So distinguished a Republican:j FROMHAVANA!' the stadium! on the shores of I 1 reason in Reform temples. This office this afternoon that aU'] than the capture of that Fla., where they will attend the I

as Senator Capper says his party,I I Lake Erie. This was attended by' service is known as Consecration.! reservations for the trip to Miami funeral services of Mrs. Troatla: .L. i Both. starting pitcher in today'sgame

cannot hope to carry the farm' ---- 150,000 persons.ALLEGED. Emphasis: is placed on the message I Iat 4 o'clock have been secured I thriving city of 3,000 ""per 1,grandson William Austi4''Ca"is., are rtghthanded.. Lee i* a

y belt if it opposes AAA. At the STEAMER SAILS DURING EVENING I' of joy and gladness in grati-t I and a number of passengers will sons. *V1 I two years and four months, who
forefront of the western rrustdeajain.t tude of God's bountiful gift which; be forced to remain. I II I II i I[died yesterday morning. newcomer in the major league
"the power interests" is EN ROUTE TO ALIENS the Feast!" of Tabernacles brings! to I Mail is given the first consideration -! Ethiopian provincial governor It was at first intended to have World
first in
This his
another Republican. Senator Nor- TAMPA i! the world at large as well as to it is said and after the mail! informed his emperorat I the body brought: to Key West for was try a

ri*. CAPTURED HERE' the Jewish people. i is weighed passengers may be''Ii said interment but it was later learned Series. He won 22 game ,and
Mr. Roosevelt) has struck directly i i: booked to the limit of the plane's' Addis Ababa one re- that this could not be done as .

at the two, points ,which Steamship Cuba arrived yes-I I LOCAL GIRLS I J carrying capacity.iPYNCHON port "can't hold Aduwa the child died from diptheria, it lost eight this pail season. Anker.. .

above all others, are agitating the ., was said. of the Tiger, .has pitched four
terday afternoon from Havana I FIVE TAKEN UP BY IMMIGRATION j much longer under heavy ar-I
western liberal wing.Questions .
i with 25 first class passengers and ; LEAVESI bombardment." in the big leagues. He was
Apswered three second class for Tampa. I AUTHORITIES SENT TO CAMPGO tillery STEAMER CEIBA f year
There certain other issues
are There were no passengers for Key YESTERDAY I{ Italian headquarters said in the World Series last year.. Ho i
which cannot be considered sectional HERE YESTERDAYFLORIDA
I West.
certain questions which are I 1 (Continued on Page Four COMINGTOPORTFRUIT I won 19 and lost six in the Amen
The vessel sailed at 6:30 o'clock TO BYRD LAKE LODGE AT i
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being asked over and over againin
west!" east and south.Is t I for Tampa with 40 passengers, 12 Five persons, three men and l AVON PARK FOR UNEMPLOYED iI I cna League this year.
taking at Key West. WPA ADMINISTRATOR -; LIGHT TENDER r
the new deal workingthatis passage---- two women, alleged to be aliens 'III'II' VESSEL DUE TO ARRIVE .I Of the regular player, the best
are times really getting betterin were taken in custody yesterdayby HAD BEEN IN CITY ON
a national sense!! ? Isn't it timeto ;; ENDEAVOR TTLOCATE( Immigration, Inspector!! i in L I rV'\ RETURNS HEREVESSEL ABOUT 9 O'CLOCK average n. the two game playedis

call a halt to excess spending:? Charge Claude Albury and Patrol II -. ', .1 INSPECTION TOUR
I TOMORROW MORNING held by Hartnett of Chicago and
How will these recurring deficitsbe Inspectors Gerondo Roman and Three, Key West girls were sen!t: I

paid for in the end? i HORNE Herble Todd. It'from this city Wednesday to a I i PLACED MOORINGSIN Fox of Detroit. The peppery old

To these questions also Mr. Capture of the aliens was made camp .unemployed women at I j E. A. Pynchon Florida .WPA I
Roosevelt has addressed! himself i "3:30 o'clock in a house on Louisa j, Byrd 'Lake Lodge Avon Park.'i; administrator who was in KeyI YACHT BASIN THIS Steamship Ceiba. of the Stand- catcher of the Cub and the youthful .

His words presumably, forecastfor Mrs. Grace Phillips, local executive street between! Duval and Simon-.1! The camp. is, maintained by I I West yesterday for a visit Of Inspection ard Fruit and Steamship Company -I outfielder of the Tiger each
the first time what the Democratic -| secretary of the American J ton streets, which had been under -.'state education department oi:i of activities by the WPA MORNINGLighthouse left Philadelphia 5 o'clock

reply will be in '36. Prosperity -'I| Red Cross Chapter requests The i surveillance for some time. the Florida ERA. The three girls 1 and FERA )left yesterday after- Wednesday afternoon for Key r batted .375.

is to be hailed as definitelyon 'I j Citizen to announce that the ort -I The three men are Domenicc o I' selected from Key West were:::! noon by state road plane for Mid West and is expected to reach

the way. A cut in expendituresis t ganization is endeavoring to get in Bruzzese, Giovanni Guerriero.,,1 j Ruby Jerman, Marjorie Key an (: amL i Tender Ivy returnedto '" port about 9 o'clock tomorrow Score by innings: R. H. E.

promised, and a pledge given, against increased taxation. ,j Alfred Home, who formerly reI -I.women are Mary Kashian and:!I:I' Educational classes and morning- Mr. Pynchon was met by. trip to an aid on the reef f The vessel! has on board a group 000 001 O40 01-6 11 2

This reply doubtless will be,I tided at 504 White street but I Hamaspour Xalorsdian. !I health program will be given during -.! M. E. Gilfond district director, 'where the light was readjusted.The of tourists who will visit points off 1 Cub*-

found highly encouraging by the I,I!whose address is now unknown. Bruzzese was given a bearing!1, the eight weeks that the girls l I-I: and with him made a survey of I tender left early in the i interest i i. Key West while the i 020 010 O02 OO-S 9 2

President's friends, and rejected I i It is also requested that any I this morning before Inspectoi rI I j are at the camp. i accomplishments and discussed morning and before leaving the I vessel is taking on fuel oil and: Batteries Auker, Hof sett, Rowe

as unsatisfactory by his opponent one having any information relative -I Wiggin and Guerriero is to be examined .1 j Moselle Sands, colored girl. wa!,; outlines for future projects. He I t harbor placed three moorings in! stores at the Porter Dock Com and CocIar.Lee, \\urneke,

*. What is clear thus far to his whereabouts, corny this afternoon. Th!J sent to a similar camp for colored:!(' left in the afternoon well saSslied i the yacht basin to be used by i pany. The Ceiba is bound toVontera French and HJrtaelt./
i.i the trend of the argument, no :.j municate with the Red Cross of-I quintette are being held unde girls at Bethune-Cookman college -.1 I with the status of the organization I planes of the Miami-Key Weat Mexico for a cargo of, A play by pUy account of ths;

its results. fice. 1 bond of $500 each. 1' Daytona Beach. I in Key West. i Airways, Inc. fruit. Ij j I (Continued en Pas Three)

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fice, as follows: For mayor, three;
g&est
Sep >> Citizen
/I r UNUSUAL. FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN, \ police justice four; city clerk, Today In History
FUbliched Dally txciflt Su ay By I 'rI one; tax assessor! one; tax collector
TUBCIVICKN ITBLlSHI. t0. UiC. creation of a super-race of men a6y'ItfcVitpodigltt"KnpCkd DAYS GONE BY one; councilman 16; police C.e e e e e e e e e e....e e..a...,
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P. \ PrMiacatJOE I f I
...l-E>. :AutetMt; FwtaM MMa..r has always: fascinated scientists and artists r" chief, three; police captain, one; 1226-Died-Saint Francis ofAssist
From Tbe Cit'- j ttulldlDg- I t .. Happening Her. Just 10 Y. nl| city sexton, three.!
Corner Greene ..*-- Ann Street I as well as the imagination of men and unaonsewut u t Ago Today A. Takes From at Assist, Italy, aged about-
Q fz'g4llit toyasctsit 44.
Only Dally Kewpap In Key West and Monroe I women of average walks in life. ,f/ts JIn Tk. FIU. Of fl. Citizen i I,, There were 10 new members
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Entered at Key West, Florida County., a. second class matter Dr. Alexis Carrel, himself a noted Hel1'tQ !; I i j I.admitted to Trooi 4, Boy Scouts 1535-First complete English
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR TroubGcQrMaay ; ,1 Jose Perez Rollo and Enrique at a meeting held recently under Bile translated by Miles Covert
.. scientist, has given some thought to the / Esquinaldo hare been named as the direction of Scoutmaster I
JII ber the Ass.else. p.-- v ,rra dale of England issaed, probably
the Associated ll Press la exclusively entitled t. ... 4 the advertising committee for the Jenks. This troop is a fast growing SwiUerladEngb.btranMatioR
credited tot remodeling of man, with special emphasisplaced y at Zurich,
tnr rti: :' lat ,)s of all news dispatches great Cuban celebration to be! t h'd' oragnization and under the'
also
and crime England M
: athe; r not otherwise credited In this piper himulfbuvrabbina t-z- a in .
local news published her. I upon his treatment as a whole, instead trutaZtat e in Key West October 10, national direction of the scoutmaster: i is}these days.
1ti
|. Cuban holiday. This will be the forging ahead along the lines laid)
of a divided and would # arat I
personage,
EDITORIAL) Ii commemoration of EI GrUo de out for the guiuanee of scouts. j,
1tNATIONAL[ increase the mental stature without giving I suntnmftafasafelu Vera, which is. one of the most ISs.-ProTiei..al Government
I93SSVBSCRlPTfON tor snort momentous events in the hisloiy ,I Tug Petrel, owned by the Porter -;, proclaimed Independence of Belgium

RATES overdue emphasis to any particular partof 'I P' Cuba. and one of the greatcni i iI. I I Dock company, left this afternoon -I from Spain.1890Died .

l n. Tear ..---_ _m_____._.r. .-$10'II man's nature. I lelebration of the year is at this i I with the Steamer Madihini L
Six Months _.".-'-'..-,-".".,_ ,--'- BOOsto time staged by the Cuban people. 1 in tow for Port Tampa. The Mrs. Catherine
three One Month Months. ---... .85 I This is along what we think must be I.The committees in charge of inv:-,! !steamer arrived in Key West waters Booth wife of the fCHl8det. knownas
weekly .20 tations with engine trouble and discharged the "mother of the Shratia"
are expecting
the true line of human progress. Man is a responses
ABTERTISOfO RATES! from a number of officials in Havana .: a cargo of fruit. i Army" aged 81.1932Instills.
Made known on application peculiar, wonderful, combination of ----
SPECIAL OTICE who annually come to Key!
All.reading notlcvs. cards or thanks resolotlens of mental physical and what call West to join with the Cuban and I i As an added musical attraction I indicted. in Chi. .ti
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respect obituary aotrt-es. etc' will be charged for at we may American population in the festi-[ito the musical program offered last i cago.
the fate of 10 cents a 1105. night at the Fleming Street Methodist -I _
Notices for entertainments. by cbocches: from which spiritual powers. He is not either part vities. I
a rT nu4 Is to be deJ'lY.d are 6 vents a line. i church a violin selection was 1934-Two men who found Dfl-
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invite discas- more than the other and culminates into given; "by Will Robert The number bcemen $tWO each
lion of public issues and subjects of local or general The Key West Citizen extends J I linger, p fd
publish anonymous communi when I called forth much pleasant com- by government.
Interest but It w il not perfection only there is complete an invitation to all Key West! baseball -I
cations. mente The number was Dvorak'sHumoresque \
balance in his development and growth. fans! to be its quests at the I J
Its' and was played with Subscribe to The Citizen-29e
I a. romas Garden Theater beginning Wednesday I I
There was a time, not yet entirely i perfect technique and expression weekly.
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST: torchanat aternoon to hear the returns -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN gone, when the religious leaders of the hir nunJ- wVII I of the World Series games I ___ u __ _
race insisted that mind and body shouldbe and QUO far n&mt/ t between the Pittsburgh Pirates I 1If 1
FP J-tran J f \ 1' and*Washington Senators. Those
subordinate P&rrtj I
to spiritual perfection and
1. Water and Sewerage. there are today those who believe that this 11 d a l fsd hLr insult 'I A large nurlLf1k; \ I attending will have the the -opportunity II If
of enjoying play by
thru tuna within arc lasnp swung game
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main can be accomplished by the disregard of as many lottos. from I play, with each feature of the contest i

land. the other elements that make up man. The Mourn otumf, brought: out and explained the I
,) I minute received. There will be no
schools of the world Studies: &t &ri "ash"
tFree Port. even today, with admission charge. '
0S. rare exceptions, stress mental development, CA1: 1 j.
4. Hotels and Apartments.
leaving almost untouched the physical -- -- --- Bernie Papy. who is now con-'F\\ ICE
Bathing Pavilion. nected with the firm of :Moffat
nature of the pupils entrusted to their 1 .
6. Airports-Land and Set.7. ..- and Johnson, Miami realtors!, was f ,i
teaching. There are, too, individuals who [ in the city yesterday: for a short
TODAY'S WEATHER ]
Consolidation! of' County and City visit. lie brorght with him two ITS PURER!
go crazy over the body in one form or 1 I MstC'1
plasterers to complete some workon LASTS LONGER!
GOTernment&r another and forget that there exists mindor his mother's new home he is ) '

-- soul. Temperature south portion; cooler in northwestand ii!!ving constructed. on Southard

How little knows of his Highest ._.,__..._.._.._._........_......_.8 7 extreme north portions. street.A .LE3\ ( ICE REFRIGERATORS
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN man own bodyis Lowest ____._.________.......____..-___. 74 Jacksonville to Florida Straits
I painfully evident as the world treats Mean ......__..........:........?_...._.......8 0.. and East Gulf: Gentle to moder- contract will be let today for I Made of all metal equipped i.
disease and physical deformities and whatwe Normal Mean ......_..-.._...... ---_81 ate northerly winds except variable the erection of the field office of ill with WATER COOLERSThey're
WILL always seek the truth and print it do not know about the human mind is Rainfall over extreme south portion; the engineers who are developingthe I
weather generally: fair tonight and Meacham Tract at the island': !! Economical
without fear and without favor; never be Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins.
almost As to the soul
nothing. there is
Saturday except partly overcast: head. This announcement was
fraid to attack wrong or to applaud right;;; much argument as to its existence, much Normal.Tht* rmr Precipitation* c....* :._-...,...21. ..Ins.rl.4MMlla over extreme south; portion. : made by Robert Austin head of 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
I always fight for progress; never be the or- less .t h .'.U L.; Ibis .....I.If. i the )Mecaham interests A frame Satisfaction
any understanding of its nature and .
Tomorrow's Almanac WEATHER CONDITIONS building 33x79 feet is to be erected -
or the mouthpiece of any. clique, I I
gan person power. No wonder, we have not, today, Sun rises _..m............ 6:21 a. m. to house the offices and machinery Li' Priced at

faction or class; always do its utmost for the produced the sought-after super-man! Sun sets h... ..._.,______.. 6:10 p. m. The northern disturbance has of the company.

public welfare;;; never tolerate corruption or Moon rises _._0.. ....... 1:20 p. m. moved eastward over Quebec:, 30 35 4

injustice;;; denounce vice and praise virtue; Moon sets ._._....._....... Cocrane, Ontario. 29.34 inches,. Editorial comment: Those folks and
WHAT FIRE' PREVENTION MEANS First quarter, 5th _... 8:40 a. m. is low who spend co much time lookingfor
commend good done by individual or organ. and pressure moderately the kick EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
TO YOU Tomorrow. Tide southward! over the Atlantic States,. a kick frequently get
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and -- A.M.\ P.M. and over the far West; while a; out. r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

....... ...._..... ill
opinions; print only news that will elevate High 1:49 4:19 high pressure area over the north
The coming of Fire Prevention Week Low ........_.._...._... 9:46 8:30 ern Plains States overspreads the' Born Sunday morning in the ICE CO.I'
contaminate reader
and not the ; never eons- which will be observed between October 6 home at 712 Caroline street agirl -
Barometer a a. m. today country sontheastward over the INC.
promise with principle. and 12, makes it worthwhile to meditateon Sea level, 29.93.WEATHER middle Mississippi and lower Ohio I to Mr. and Mrs. James 1J1 tj
Knowles. The baby has been
Phone No. 8
Valleys. Light to moderate rains h
what fire prevention means to you as FORECAST I named Jacqueline. Mother and
have occurred during the l last 24
Said of an orator: Words rolled from II an individual, a taxpayer, a homeowner hours from the eastern Lake region daughter are doing nicely.

Ms t ngtJe'1ike' eas"( 1ling off a boardinghouse I and a worker. (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) to New England and on por- In the column of political an-
Key West and Vicinity: Partly tions of the north Pacific'coast,
knife. Fire prevention saves lives-yours and nouncements tolay will be found
I and somewhat unsettled
cloudy and there have been local show-
I your loved ones. Thousands of people are ers in southeastern Florida. Tem the names of 33 aspirants for of-

Nature does not work to perfectionany now cremated each year-because some- .. peratures have fallen from the ---- ---

more than'man. Each needs lots of one was careless. northern Plains States eastward:
over the Lake region and south I
practice to make perfect. Robert Burns, Fire prevention is the friend of the ward over western and central

the Irish.poet, expresses the thought aptly: home. Without it, your home may be Tennessee with light to heavy i

"Her 'prenticed hand she tried on man, turned to ashes-and insurance can never frost in many localities and readings -

and then she made the lassies, 0." replace the many intangible values each t'r n as' Iowa below, liivenport freezing as reporting ar south a DO YOU WANT TO RENT

home represents. Money cannot com- minimum of 28 degrees this morn-,
Every American will endorse The pensate for everything.Fire nig, which is a record there for
American Legion challenge to Communismand this season of the year. Tempera-
prevention tends to keep taxes Partly Cloudy
above :normal
tures are near or I YOUR HOUSE--
all other subversive forces seeking to
... down. Each time a fire destroys taxpay- tonight and Satjrt'ay; gentle to over the extreme South and far
undermine the nation. Two resolutions of-
moderate variable winds. West.
ing property, thus removing it from the
fered at the St. Louis convention should Florida: Fair tonight and Sat G. S. KE NF.DY.

have the hearty cooperation of all citizensof tax other rolls property, higher within taxes the must community.be paid by all urday except unsettled. in extreme! Officer... in Charge I If It Is Suitable For Tourists, Completely Fur-
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the United States: Deportation of all
Fire prevention keeps insurance rates ........................ church official born at Franklin,
destitute or troublesome aliens, and a com- nished etc. You Should Notify the Key West
down. Over a period of years, the rate Ind., 71 years ago. ,
plete ban immigration for two Today's Birthdays
on years.
for each locality is based upon fire loss- l
r ........................ of Chi- Administration Offices Phone 460.
No sane hTto many fires mean high rates. Homer A. Rodeheaver ,
man govern a Fire is the friend of :Miriam Van Water, noted. social cago, gospel song publisher and
prevention em-
t
people solely on his own responsibility. worker superintendent; of the musical director, born at Union

Nations must be governed collectively by ployment. When a fire destroys a busi- Framingham Mass... Reformatoryfor Furnace O-, 55 years ago. I If Your Property Is Not Quite Ready For Renting
lost and thousands of dol-
are
the best minds ness, jobs ,
representing composite Women born at Greensburg,
wishes of the people. Dictators are dan- lars in purchasing power is lost with them. Pa., 48 years ago. Rear Admiral Edward H. Camp 1 To Tourists and You Have '-This In Mind
Untold privation and misery can result. bell, U. S. N.. born at South Bend. ,
mad.
gerous men who..brwl.as.ide: every Ind., 63 yearsago. "

opposing will and on account of their over- Fire prevention means progressivetowns Gerald .Stanley Lee of North I 1 You Should Call Us For All Kinds Of .Building v

developed ego cannot listen to reason; if and cities. Cases are on record ampton, Mass.. author and educator Buster Keaton screen star.

where a single fire, destroying a town's born at Brockton "ilass, 73 born at Pickway, Kans.!, 39 years
they could they would not be megalo Materials Phone 598.
maniacs. main industry, has resulted in permanent years ago. ago. ,

retrogression, at the expense of propertyand Dr. William Chalmers Covert oi Frances Fuller, actress born at

Last week Mussolini said the Italo-i. all other values in the community. Philadelphia, noted Presbyterian i Charleston. S. c., 28 years ago. THE OUTLOOK IS THAT PROPERTY WILL

Ethiopian problem could not admit of a. Prevent fire-and save lives and ----.- .- I -

compromise solution after the huge efforts money. Do your part during Fire Preven- r I
BETTER IN KEY WEST THAN
and sacrifices made by Italy. This must tion Week. I' RENT

be Fascist logic for it does trot: make sen e.

In other words if one has planned to rob a TIMES HAVE CHANGED FOR YEARS

house, spent money and effort in the plan- CONSULT YOUR BANKER I

ning, he must not be deterred for that During the World War there was a ,I

reason from the consummation of the rapid development of military journalism, PROBLEMS t
ABOUT YOUR
plan. Convenient logic, indeed. with experts telling the public exactly' au

what would happen and why, although .. I AND DON'T FORGET

Mussolini at the present moment is they rarely pointed out the reasons when

engaged in defying the whole world, but these predictions went astray. J

he may only be bluffing with the object of Among the better ones was Frank jll. I First National 1 Bank of Key West i Next Tuesday, October 8th, We' Will Give Away

intimidating the powers M> they will grant Simonds, who now points out that !Italy is :The

him even more than he anticipated. Just being blamed for doing the very thing for I I Free the Last Imported English Dinner Set

twenty years ago the same idea permeated which France and Great Britain were Member of the Federal Reserve !

the mind of Kaiser Wilhelm. He had a praised a half century ago. J

great navy, and the finest military force This is true enough but the world has
.
that was ever organized, and Germanywas made some progress in the last half cen-t Deposit Insured by. Federal Deposit Insurance South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

one of the richest nations of the world. tury and a great number of things, taken .

Nevertheless, she lost eventually. It is to for granted then, are doubtful today. Corporation '. Phcne 598 White and El'ra' Streets

be hoped that Italy will not make the mis- Among these, let us hope, is the making of I "Year home is worthy of the best"0

take the Kaiser made two decades ago. war upon helpless people merely to take .

3 The prize is not worth the price. their land and valuables. .-. I t

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I'' MORNING STAB.tYltOrSIS DOINGS AROUND i THE GOLF NKS" ;rived have eating changed in sands-mrs Key West their t* habit picking they woul from them:. : !


3? MA81AM 9Z2rC3 and planting there very carefully
I
SPORTS (By GRAVY) cultivating intensely and then see-

: CmiZy ha*. rctvniwtt him.,And for himself to supply the .................................................eI ing that they could grow abundantly
ttiei fame, from chm: *k* right where his ball
confidence In his own masculinitythat a.iW3\-
rd .way tkeir ce4di.p ii ght I I I Well boys and girls it }
: i seems Messrs. Harris Watkins Sands
Now
goes. that
She
aa* hint a charming he bad always lacked; to make is some kind cf
horn*.*. <,k and. Aa plan take e the charmi Hm.f, ojn gar- him also a member of the Lodge. |I that one of the golf captains was!'etc*, were telling Mr. BervaW luck to have. ..fc.w away of you;
<__(.d Cdicm <* hand. sad Jka* She said slowly. I not in a position to appear on the I what a cinch he and Russell would other gay: He yovnelf l in Bill 3
vamptap_
/crportem David. Carroll or her shelved the problem the next I. honor but nevertheless matches I time he crossed 'em up because he -

4 frirxdthtf' Dhow e d.work Bmfly' 4r: Charlotte btirinning morning for the more Immediateone I --- 'I[ were played. According to the], didn't have Bob Spottswood Stow-)I I Now all

(. ..H r* there U hop /or married of entertaining her bridge club; BAKERS SHUTOUT 'DETROIT WINNERS !going to second. Rogell singled to lineup it seems that not one foursome eM!. Sam Goldsmith and Bill Malone yo'Don't forget:
Iv. IPtrA Bela.. of seeing that the creamed sauce j center Goose Goslin scoring and I j: arrived intact and so new j to worry him. All he had to; you owe the winners that fix,

1 -- creamed properly: and that the rolls J 1 IN THIRD CONTEST Fox held at second. Owen up. Rowe matches were made up on the do was keep mum and watch j I I meaL AR you winners be the

Chapter rose to feather lightness. FUNERAL HOMERS i warming up for Tigers and Carleton -!''spur of the moment And for that Charlie. They were so elated that)I to collect! And you Roset.u! %L:>

NEW CRISIS Being hostess left Emily free to (Continued from Page One) I for the Cubs. Owen; hit to Ca-/!!! season there were no Fairways or" when they were 6 np and 6 to go / failed to rlay-put in yotiia; .
wander about during the game third. game of the 1935 World Seielkfoildtrbs I varetta, who touched .the bag.;;: Roughs present But a goodly the opposition to knock off J I pear ne also-be prompt' at 7 1 j

EMILY was struggling with the which was really preferable to play- LASTNIGHT,8TOO ,,. i .. I I Four runs four hsr/ntrZenors.:: '', crowd was there and all had a nice I but Daddy says "Oh no. yon might'win !' p. m. so the dinner can tret Eta '.-
ed. The meal wi'l be ha.
Servant Problem. She surveyed Ing. She enjoyed bridge but not with ,f '' First iBBinf CHICAGO ScJfooIbX Rowe time. For the benefit of Fred! even yet" As if they could, ; at Eamonin's -

the takempt negro girl who sat be- the passion that led some of her 5, 'pETROITWhite struck out I 1 I now pitching for the' Tigers.,,.Ayala, let it be said that there I Daddy says that Kerr meal is going! The Rt:*: rawt thi wc<-' .
friend to place It next to their chil- Hartnett dropping the ball but Lindstrom flied '' '''' place is next h the Monaco
fore her on the edge of a kitchen BOTH CLUBS NOW TIE IN I'I out ,to Goslin. were not enough mosquitoes I to be the best he ever ate.
dren and before their husbands la threw him'tret at first Cochrane i Hartnett flied out to .Whitc.i! De-;!i around to keep your mind off the j jsandspnrs theater.

ch&1r.T01I Importance. BrIdge. she felt shouldbe NUMBER: OF GAMES WON I I hit to Herman, ball getting away maree struck out v and shepherd-needels.j
say Aunt Handy sent yourTaaln. a and not I I I Handsome Horace took enough
game a religion. { from him. Error on erman.. Geh-, Ninth Not counting the cokleburs Bob! Subscribe to The Citizen -20c
She said yo' girl had done Bits of disembodied conversation FROM EACH OTHER SO FAR j' ringer out, pitcher to first, and i, DETROIT-Clifton Inning stru.out.. and Bill picked op in their various,! time off from school to arrive weekly.
tone to Dee-troft an' to' floated about 1! early and have Doc William Per-
me to come THIS YEAR is credited with a sacrifice hit. I II Rowe third wanderings around in the rough
out first j
talk: to '0"- "He's getting his stomach teeth t Cochrane went to second. Goslin:i, to White cival Kemp for a partner. They ...........0............
i struck But let with : <
outruns us get on
our story.
now. and It's making him dreadfully f I I l'l'I beat Paul Mesa\ and Bob Stowers 2.
J2tolly had Infinite confidence InAunt j flied out to short. [ ;
j No hits Who knows what happened to j POLITICAL
fretful.Dr. Galnea had changed his no no errors. 1. I
I I Doc usual the
I II as on winning I
Sandy "Can she recommend I No runs no hits one error. CHICAGO Clem Price Tim Pittman and I
JOVE I Cavaretta
diet three times and nothing seemsto (By ) -- flied out ; side Horace O'Bryant happy
yourThera agree with him. But it's one of The Busy Bee Bakers adminr.-I CHICAGO-Galan, batting lefty Ito! White. Hack singled to center.j]I I Curry Harris! We know Strunk I
enough to take the Missus to the ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY
handed singled to right. Herman i ft'
was a alight hesitation. those things have to endure I j Klien, batting for Jurges ''I and Pete were home minding the j
"'T....m." suppose." .yon tered a coat of whitewashing to i\ struck out Lindstrom singled to jto!! left. Hack going to !singled'l'()I I children Fred has been accounted I II' 1' pictures and Bob Slower! (Grandpa -I
Aunt Mandy's recommendationcarried third and Galan went ot second,j *, to you. .'fr. Sawyer says he
for and Joe and Louis had to work.
The voice was complacent, and last rO'Dea batting for Warneke sin- ELECTION, NOVEMBER
the Lopez Funeral Home ten is foxy grandpa full of
'I now) was
some reservation. Hartnett hit into double
Emily feltsure pl.1y.J]
Emily wondered Idly If she herself a gled to
right scoring Hack. Klein -- I 12. 1935
I' apologies to various and sundry
"An but what? -she promptedwith would ever unconsciously adopt It. night at Bayview Park. The final Rogell to Gehringer to Owen. 'on third. Galan flied out to left The first off Sam Harris He ...eee......eeeeee....
were being grandpa
a smile."She No runs two hits, no errors. persons. says a
She must'remind Charlotte i
not to
'
i j and Klein scored after the catch. Melvin Russell and Willie Watki is nearly much strain being
I'I'I i | as as For
say fo me to tell you I was let her! score was 8 to 0. j Second Inning Herman Mayor
out third
a Good cook, an' I wu f&1thtllI. but 1 Dorothy Shane broke In casually |" DETROIT-Fox flied out Ro- I to tint i I I ins. My score card says' "all tie"'; a new paw and he can't take it DR. H. C. GALEY
I
The Bakers were sporting a new ', Two runs, three hits no er but I believe that is sort of
: Horace
wuznt clean. wide some any more. However says
very It alnt my fault "I wish to goodness they'd standard- i Bell hit to third who threw I
]Hies Emfly.. the protest burst froma Ue contract: rules before I put any suit of green pants with II white i to first. Rogell gets a hit and Hackan rors. shennanigans because Pious told I i they are all peered because this For Mayor
full heart. "1 Jus' ain't got no more heavy study on'them. Bill says stripe down the side and a white error. Owen out, second to I Tenth Inning me in great faith that Mr.\ Samuel i i'I ,i is the first free meal: 'he has had

clo'es much. It'takesall I kin maketo they're- Just like health and accident shirt with. the 'Busy Bee" first Rogell going to third. Clifton -j DETROIT-Lindstrom playing ''I Harris had to pay for his dinner. this year. Probably he will be !so WM. H. MALONE
pay to my ylctrola an' teed me policies: about the time you think name I out pitcher to first. j!:third. Hack at short, Klein, in right; And I saw Melvin' Poop one into ;;,; happy he will let all the kids out For Reelection

i aa' Rosebud. She's. my baby" ah* yoL-knew'what they mean you find on the back and the initials "K j I No runs one! hit, one error. I i iI i field and. Demaree at tented field.Frencli I the pond on number two too. But of school about an hour earlier.

1 explained >i ... VOauw'that! nullifies everything W" on the front in green letters i j I CHICAGO-Demaree hit the:! j:, is pitching: for the Cubs, I probably Samuel flung aside those 1 For CouncilmanDR.

But doesn't your husband help that's gone before" The Bees and Funeral homers: ball into the right field stands for i iI ,!: a left ndel"" Cochrane flied out I super clubs he just purchased and Mr. Otto "Tax-Assessor" $irch- ARMANDO COBO
1 take care of and Rosebud! Someone else laughed. "Joe says I I |I to third. Gehringer flied out to played with his old ones which may heiner
you have met 31 times this year. Lopez I a home run. Cavaretta flied out I(I and friend Robert S '<>ttA-
There was another hesitation be plays by ear and gets along Justas i right field. Goslin doubled to center I account for his coming out near I wood
on-March 8 the of to center. Hack singled to left. I' got to/ethT; and gave a neat For Police Justice
loa&er this time. "Aunt Mandy1 Sat wells He does win a lot of money won by score Jurges Hack stole second. Fox flied out to Cavaretta.No I i victorious. Willie also has new I i licking to his honor the :Mayor

to tell you I ain't ma'ied." Narcissus but the strain on his partner Is terrific 1 to 0, A. Lunn the winning pitcher Jurges hit up.to Clifton who makesan runs, one hit, no errors. clubs but where does The Superintendent and pal, SamucL'a. Now -usually.,I T. S. CARO

confessed. "Me an' him wus afmlh' ," and C. Gates the defeated. On error. Surges at first Hack on CHICAGO-Lindstrom doubled I I come in! Bill plays schedule regardless] of ]
to git ma'ied. but his wife cam. back Lopez again whitewashed to center. Hartnett sacrificed I who else is but For Captain of Police
April 22. third and Lee Lee went ont, playing yesterday
from Chattanooga an* commenced A MOTHER snatch that carried In up. Lindstrom to third. Demaree out, Mr.\ Lionel Plummer and Mr. i he schedule confused j I I ALBERTO CAMERO
got
the Bakers 4 to 0. A. Lunn won ; second to first Hack scored on the i slightly
raisin' Cain an' he had to go live a brief lull.Td never been to a short to firs' Cavaretta out, second !
'I' second. Galan Atwood Sands teamed together as ; with Bob and Otto. Not only that -
;: at
with huh to keep huh quiet An' funeral like that before, and It was the game and Tynes lost. The play. Jurges to first. should I j I Ij I For Captain of Police
flied out to Goslin. all Alibi Ikes do and played I but his partner wasn't! a bit of
bones'. Miss Emily, this heaps the the weirdest thing you ever saw. In 1 third shutout by these two clubs No runs one hit, no errors. '''
I Charles Salas Joan his
( was grand- help to him with the result that ROBERT J. LEWIS
Two
runs, two hits one error. i
only outside baby I evnh had addition to pall-bearers and honorary -
life- In my goes to the Bakers!!, 8 to 0, which I I Third tuning Eleventh: Inning paw) and The RusselL It seems 'I Bob and Otto have a nice dinner l' -Bobby"
pall-bearers and escorts of honor '
was accomplished last night Ward DETROIT-Auker flied out toj j I DETROIT-Rogell, now batting tht Mr. Li and Mr. Duke got 13 !| coming their way. Bill says that
EmIly bent her head suddenly. there were thirty good-looking; women
I I I j right handed, singled to left Owen and the opposition 0 but that must he cannot understand that'''
victorious hurler and A. Herman. White out second I II why
When the ,
white and
she looked up her face was all dressed In carryIng was toj I
grave "I can overlook that. And I wreaths of Bowers! Lunn the vanquished. first Cochrane walked. Gehringer j I'i foced Rogell at second, Lindstrom I I be how many times Mr. Old Bye some days such' as Tuesday, when KEY WESTCOLONIAL
I !Ito: Herman nad Owen on first laid in" to his ball when he he shot that
have uniforms rd want you to wear, Dorothy paused In the middle of a I singled to right Demaree throw ,' "get. I 48-48 he will go out HOTEL
The Bakers have won 15 games '' Clifton hit to Lindstrom who made that famous putt of 25 like a Cay Thursday and shoot a
anyhow but you must keep them deaL "What were tbey-bis concubines ing the ball to third to catch : I
very clean. Well try It for a week r"Oh and the Embalmers 15. One game 1 Cochrane, but Mickey is safe., I'made an error Owen going toj I I'I j i feet Now when yon buy a stamp 57-55. All this is no justice ac-I; In the Center of the Businessand

and see bow we get along." no," Evelyn's! sense of humor was: tied in the ninth inning. Goslin flied out to left Galan making second and Clifton on first White'1' he will explain it all with varia-I II cording to the Myor. And he has I I Theater District

When Narcissus had departed was nonexistent"They were flower- In last ngiht's game. Ward allowed -I;,I i a great catch.. 'I singled to center Owen scoring.I j j I tions. And to think Mr. Plummer therefore challenged: the Tax Assessor : :,

Emily thought how much she would bearers." [ but seven hits. Gopher and No runs, one hit no errors. Clifton no third. Cochrane flied was' weeping all morning for fear I to play a return match by Flr -
have enjoyed In spite of her resolution "No!" Dorothy widened her eyes. McCarthy were the only Embalmers CHICAGO-Herman out third i out to Galan. '''he I and the Duke would lose. themselves. In the meanwhile I!i tSeaiifcU Rata

telling Charlotte about this ser "Where did I stop dealing!" to touch him for two safeties:*: to first. Lindstrom out third to One run. two hits one error. I' The Mayor hopes that H-rricane''!

vant. She told Edwin Instead that Still another voice nearer at each.. j{I first Hartnett out, second to I CHICAGO-Hack out short to I Charlie Ketchum and Berlin I I Eddie has ordered those Austra- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

evening after dinner. hand "George asked me what I For the Bakers, Albury and first. 1 I j first. Klieg struck out. Stephenson -+ Sawyer being very friendly and of lian geese that eat sandspurs fora 'I'

Edwin looked startled. And wanted for my birthday and I told Higgs hit a double and a single No runs no hits, no errors batting for French, struck I I' one ambition took Hollon Bervaldiand 1 living.: Bill maintains that with | Garag Elevator
you've hired herr him If he wanted to make me really each in three times up. j I Fourth Inning outNo I' Russell Keer into camp to a I Ii I the kind of luck he usually has' Popular Price

That was what he had gotten out happy be could give"me a load of In the field Hale and Alburyfor DETROIT-Fox flied out to 1 runs, no hits, no errors. .i tune of 4 to 0. And all day i I that by the time those geese ar- I
of the story. She realized regretfully well-rotted manure-
the Bees and Gopher. Cates Herman. Dem- ,
flied out to
Rogell --- -- -- - -- -
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that he didn't consider It either fnnziyor Emily laughed aloud, a burst of
tragic o. rippling spontaneous mirth. They and Baker for Lopez played a aree. Owen out, Jurges to Cava

"Why not? I think I can make an looked at her In surprise, and'some great rame.; retta.
Only two Em"almer runners No runs, no hits no errors.
excellent servant of her. one asked: "What on earth- -.
He put down his newspaper. It "Nothing. she said."It's Just that reached second. They were, Catesin CHICAGO-Demaree flied out

was quite occasion when Edwin the conversation sounds from here the first innn:? and McCarthyin to White. Cavaretta out secondto J

put down his newspaper; reading It like 'cross questions and crooked the seventh. first Hack rolled out to first. I FIRMS

was becoming: his evening rituaL answers.'" Score by innings: R. H. E. No runs, no hits no errors. I

Td rather you wouldn't have a Dorothy's mascaraed eyes narrowed Bees ...... 001 201 040-8 14 2 Fifth Inning I

servant of that sort dear. in'quick comprehension. Lopez .._. 000 000 000-0 '14 DETROIT-Clifton flied out to

She smiled at him. Already she Is killing isn't It? Especially when Batteries: Ward and M. Ace- center. Auker struck out White

was learning shamelessly bow to you sit off and listen. vedo; A. Lunn and Ingraham. hit through the pitcher's box to I,l Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
"handle" Edwin and what I J
smiling that That Emily realized was center for a single. Cochrane flied

way was one of the most successful she had been doing throughout her ..... ..A: out to right Demaree making a i
methods. He hadn't yet gotten used married life: touting off and listen shoe-string catch and then turned

to !It ing. Was Charlotte right, after all! FOLLOWINGTHROUGH .a somersault I I
"But they're nearly all "that sort. And then she realized that she
No runs, one hit, no errors.
And Td much rather help ber to couldn't change now whether Char- i CHICAGO Jurges walked.I I JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S E S 11 F T S

make a living than have her acquirea lotte was right or wrong. Lee bunted and went out pitcher i II
second Rosebud I'I Hal a taste and aroma that
In the process of Edwin waited for the guests to second. Lee
to first Jurges on
keeping the first and ia only found ill good coffee FLORAL PIECES A
up one. depart before he came home : CASH GROCERY
sacrifice hit Galan
singled
(By JOVE) gets a [: 328 SIMONTON ST
He looked at her very hard. lie then to make doubly sure came ha \ and you caD Le care that It.1
to left scoring Jurges. Galan went i
said gravely: by the back He had the timid ee.eese..s..ss..e.A SPECIALTY
way.
fresh because it.1 blended i.
to second on the throw in, which i 1101 Division Street
"Ton say astonishing things, some man's horror of women en ..a" few records for the first Cochrane missed. Cochrane credited Ke7 West
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times. lIe glanced at the card tables and two of the World Series PLUMBING
games : with an error. Herman hit to I PLANTS and VINES PHONt ;l9
his mouth grew suddenly stubborn. .
Chicago Cab. third for a single a terrific drive. LARGO, Ib 18c;
waited until bedtime,and then Emily sighed.
SHE
A3 R. II. Ave.
Player- Galan went to third. Lindstromhit
returned to the topic. "Edwin, "Did' they smcke here!" he de- I V. & 5., Ib 15c. and Fancy
Galan ...._.._..._.... 711 .142 to Gehringer for a double SOUTH FLORIDA.Staple
why.do you shy away from the IUbjtrt manded abruptly. DURO PUMPS
Herman .........._.. 711 .142 play. Gehringer to Rogell to GroceriesPLUMBING
of babies? It was obvious that they had."Cer--
Lindstrom _. 701 .142 STAR COFFEE MILL
Owen.
He notYou.Kuow T SUPPLIES
was meticulously hanging tainly. Why
up Hartnett ._.__. __ 803 .375' NURSERY
hU business suit "I don F*(tPt : how I feel about smok One tun, two hits, one error. 512 Creene-Street Complete Line Fresh
Demaree ...__ 812 .250
Sixth luta
when *
you joke about It Its Just that ing.
Cavaretta ..._ 810 .000 PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
the whole I '" DETROIT-Gehringer out fly
subject is rather-sacred "Tes. know. But If they smokeanyaevj PHONE 597
to ma"What 1 don't see why they Hack ..._._'___'_. 601 .166 to Hack. Costa singled to rightFox

an amazing lot of sanctity shouldn't smoke here." Jurges __.....__ 6 0 1 .166 tripled to center and Goslin I 1I

there was In the world then she Ins month was still stubborn. Warneke ..rt__ 300 .000 scored. Fox was caught *t the t SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
'
thought and wisely refrained from "Well. I wouldn't think of having a Root ....___-_"___ 000 .000 bag. Hartnett to third ba m&.n. -

saying so.Edwin lot of men here, for Instance and Henshaw ......._ 200 .000 Baker coach for the Tigers was Jewfish. 2 Ih. 3Sc INSURANCE

hung up the suit and came doing something you disapproved Kowalik .______... 101 1.000 .chased off the field. He was arguing Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib. 35c THE KEY WEST 1

back to sit beside her on the bed. of." Klien __.__ ___ 1 b) 0 .000 about the, play. Rogell struck Yellowtail GD Bone. 2 lha. 2Sc Office 319 DUa1 ,
He was glad Emily had brought up Emily looked demure. : Street

the subject since It gave him the Tm sure you wouldn't" Home run: Demaree; two base out.One run two tit, n& errors. Grouper: z2 z2I:::" 25e SUNDAY STAR JSnapper I

opportunity for which be had been lie realized angrily that she was hits: Galan Demaree; bases on CHICAGO-Hartnett out, second ZSe

waiting., He had been restrained by laughing at him. -I suppose I'm old- balls: Galan Lindstrom. Hack, to first Demaree walked. Mutton Fish 216.. 25e TELEPHONE NO.1

this same reticence from forcing the fashioned and all that but I can't Jurges; sacrifice i hits: Herman Hogsett and Crowder warmedup Sabcnpf $2 Per Year

topic upon Emily, but now he felt help It." His tone was aa even blendof Hack; struck out: Cavaretta 2. in the bullpen at this stage of FRESH SHRIMP
that he could speak frankly. apology and complacency. Jnrges. Demaree, Herman Hart the game. Cavaretta hit to pitcher Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Your Mea" AI

"To tell you the truth sweet And wouldn't want to help It If nett Hack Galan Lindstrom. who threw to second etching Fresh Crab Meat i. IL ca. 6Sc "Paper
Delmonico Restaurant
heart" he bad taken of could would
your
one her you I
Demaree. Cavaretta on first. Ca- FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
hands and was looking at It thought- Suddenly she was ashamed of her Detroit Tiger varettar, out catcher to. second. He Business Office Citizen Badw.iaer Boer ____ lie

fully, as If he'd never seen It before. laughter. Player-r AB R. H. Ave.'I was trying to steal. : LOWE FISH COMPANY Building ....
Sia Co.n. Di.
Td like a child more than anything "Dearest, I'm incorrigible; Please ---
White ._._..____ 722 .285 No no hits no errors. coiwiiy
la the world wouldn't yon? I think forgive me." She kissed him. and his Cochrane _....._-.,,6 1 1 .166 I runs Seventh Inning i 1 PHONE 151 PHONE 51 _________ JOe, Tic. ... aSe
It would be a good thing for us both. arms closed hungrily about her. I ICoPV
Gehringer ,_,_,_,_ 622 .333 DETHOIT-Owen out fly to
For herself she knew he meant; ( gU. If ii. by Xarta situ
to curb the spirit of levity and bind Greenberg ..__ 6 1 1 .166 right Clifton walked. Walker

her Irrevocably to her home and Jertr.y,. and conf..I com to- I Goslin ._.._.__._r 600 ..000'I batting for Auker, hit to Jnrges AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation ia Wrap. PRITCHARD

merror Fox ...__...___._5- 803 .375 who made a dot.ble play. Jnrges i iI us Fleming; Sheet
-- --.----- Rogell ..........__.Y8 0 2 .250 to Herman td Cavaretta. peel in .TeI') package JENNIE B a DE BOER

given up hopes of winning, when I Owen ___._......-.-.--" 610 .000:I No runs no hits, no errors. 1 FUNERAL HOME

FERASOFTBALLERSDOWN 1 E. Roberts walked and stole sec. Rowe m.m___..._... 301 .333 I CHICAGO-Hog!
ond. The catcher threw to second Bridges ....______. 411 .250;; for the Timers. Hack out short Watch'' i
a
\ LIGHTHOUSEBy but he returned the ball to the 1 I I to first Jurges bit by pitcher r P R I N TIN G DIg.IFeSI S.patJa.t1c -

i!plate too slow and Goss scored. The; Home\!* run: Greenberg; two base : Lee sacrificed Jarges to second. Ce.rta.F

game was tied. Domenech then: hits: Cochrane, Fox, Rowe struck I I Galan walked. Herman out. third QQ DONE BY US
Rogell Owen .Bridges; Carleton and French NOTARY PUBLIC
slammed one out over centerfield out: White to first. I
( JOVE) I' for a home run and the game was bases on balls: Owen Goslin 2,' warming up for the Cubs. ,I WATCHMAKER, JEWELEItT THE- LICENSED EMBALMER -

The Administration ten defeated en ice. I Gehringer 2. Cochrane 2. White 2,I No runs no hits no errors. AND ENGRAVER

the Lighthouse crew yesterday I Stanley also hit one on th! Greenberg; hit by pitcher: Greenberg Eighth losing 1 1I See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS AaL. SenIce -

afternoon at Bayview Park. The' nose in the third for a circuit Owen; sacrifice hit: Owen.: DETROIT-White walked and I
I ALL PRICES REDUCED
final score was 6 to 4. !I drive. Cochrane flied out to,Galan. Geh- Citizen Bldg. LADY ATTENDANT ,
It was one of those ball games Score by innings R. H. E. Mr. Merchant the next issue".ringer; doubled to right. White being Hftl 9 Ie 12-1 t. ti I Citizen Office

you read about. In the last inning -I j Lighthouse- of tbo KEY WEST: SUNDAY I held at third Goslin singled to PHONE b 1
the Beacon boys were leading rj I 001 300 0. I 10 2 STAR will interest yew. Get a left and White and Gehringer Opus 'at.rtley Ificlab Phew s.ca N..r Sh.pi

4-3, with two outs and Roberts at Administration I copy.. There' money In it. scored. Warneke now pitching for

bat The Office ten had about| 030'000' 3-S ? 2;> '. ct3-3t Cubs. Fox singled to left Goslin












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URGES HOUSES SUNDAY DINNERBy 1 11f9eduJM :I IMMIGRATION MEN f I JUST RECEIVED

I ; ; i ; II 1 CLASSIFIED i: iul Heavy Western Steer Meat

:-: SOCIETY : -: RENOVATED ARE TRANSFERRED! d Sa gsnqt- COLUMN 'I Fryers NICE, 2 H HENS to 3 lb.


................................................. I ANN PAGE I Bermuda Meat Market

Mill Leonora Garcia Entertain Friends SOUTH FLORIDA COMPANY I .f most commodities have CAVINESS AND WIGCIN WILL, a ........................i Joha Cobo, Prop.
PRICES
very little in the past week. Advertisements under this head i Phone 861.W Quick Service
Wed Joseph Ant Last EveningLast ADVERTISES NECESSARY: Beef and Iamb are still the best meat BE SENT TO MIAMI FOR -- -
I bays and fowls, frying chickens and will be inserted in The Citizen at I
MATERIALS docks are very moderate. Erg are.. FUTURE SERVICEA. the
rate of Ic a word for each insertion
Miss Leonora Garcia of United night Commodore and 1 excellent value considering the season -
and Joseph Ant who is Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- 1 Spinach and green peas are relatively but the minimum for the LEE BAKER'S
Street ; I high but most other vegetables inclad 4if
stationed at the United States'lJuba entertained with one of I ing green and lima beans, broccoli.Brussels first insertion in every instance is
Radio Beacon plant here, which'! their delightfully informal at Persons having property .sproats and cauliflower, arc S. Caviness and A. R. Wiggin o 25e. MEAT MARKET
end of' home evenings. I suitable for housing winter visi- either moderate or low in price. :ota- inspectors with the United !
the is situated island on the joined eastern in holy A general report on the plans, tors to this city should take immediate -, toe.cheap.and other underground vegetablesare States immigration service in Keyl' d Payment for classified adver-

wedlock ,yesterday were morning at 7 I for the coming Exposition: was I'' step:to secure tenants I I This is apple time with many West for years, have been notified tisements is invariably in advance,I]: HEAVY WESTERN STEER

o'clock at;St. Mary's Star of the available for any who were in- for the coming winter, EL. A.I: favorite avaifable.eating Several and types cooking of melons varieties arc of their transfer to Miami,) but regular advertisers with ledger I MEATS

Sea Catholic Church, Rev. W. terested. Especially: noted werea Strunk I of the South Florida Contracting also in market. Grapefruit are more effective in the very near future.; accounts may have their advertise-

Reagan officiating at the J'j I number of letters from foreign and Engineering Company -1 pl..nt.luLi Here are three dinner menus at different Claude A3 bury, inspector In I I' r+..raa...... .tG ments charged. VEAL LAMB
governments stating that they advises: This can be done by i price levels. charge, told The Citizen today! Advertisers should their II PORK HAMS
mony. I notifying the housing departmentof that since the curtailment of) SUMMER SUNSHINE PEELS give
would participate in the Exposi- HENS FRYERS
The young couple have numer-I l Low Cost Dinner street address as well as their tele-
ous friends, all of whom wish :tion by sending stamp exhibits. the Key West Administration. transportation facilities following j! TO US OUTDOOR FOLKS phone number if they desire remits. -
them a happy married life. I .Mrs. Delance O. Martin as- Property that is not quite ready Sausage Sweet CakesBrowned Potatoes I the storm the business of the Key! I AH Ingredients! for Souse

,sisted the hostess in serving an for renting to tourists should be Apple Sanre Buttered Cabbage: West unit has become almost: nil I With each classified: advertisement -i I

Start i iced lime drink and sandwiches. repaired renovated and paintednow Bread Vanilla and Pudding Eatter I and Mr. Albury and Miss Doris i 2,000 ETHIOPIANS The Citizen will give free an We are open and make deI .

P.-T. A. To : Those who dropped in duringthe and be placed in first class Tea or Coffee Milk Johnson can handle the office. KILLED IN BATTLE Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for I I liveries OB Sunday B orai....

Drive For FundsMrs. I evening were: Judge Jefferson -' shape. These are the houses which Medium Cost Dinner I Just when Inspectors Cavinessand it. i i 822 FLEMING STREET
B. Browne, Lieutenant and will yield the best returns, he Wiggin will leave was not

H. S. McClanahan, of 910 ;,Mrs. William, Klaus, Mr. and Mrs.A. .I further stated. Browned Chuck Potatoes Roast Creamed of Beef Onion .said but it is expected they will Italian(Continued tanks from outside Page Aduwa One) PERSONAL I I PHONE 695.jACKS'ONV

North Beach, announces a con- D. Leuthi, }Ir. and Mrs. De-] South Florida Contracting and I Bread and Butter "I be in readiness by next Wednesday -

certed movement on the part of ,lance O. Martin, Mrs.\ C. H. Roberts Engineering Company carries a Fruit Tea! Gelatin or Coffee CooLiei Milk I I and leave on the Florida that inflicted heavy casualties. STOMACH ULCER, CAS PAINS,

the Junior-Senior High School Professor Charles Roberts complete line of building materials night. While warriors fought INDIGESTION victims, why
and hardware. Very SpDinner* suffer! For quick relief a''
Parent-Teacher Association to Mrs. Hildah Roberts Salis, and get 0
secure! funds. The drive. is to be- i Miss Ernestine Marie Saks."sweet" Advertisements appearing daily I Canta.oupe MRS. C. CURRYINJURED agencies of peace continuedto free sample of UDGA, a doc-

gin tomorrow. I Ii in The Citizen inform the public Mashed Sweet Baked I'olat-Fresh Ham Green Bern.:: struggle at Geneva, at tor's prescription, at Gardner, X diFLORIDA
concerning the merchandise and Waldorf Silad Pharmacy.
Jt is planned to make a houseto i way present the idea to
invite customers to visit this store.I Bread and Butter Paris and London. oet2-4-7 1-14-16-18-21-23-25-
IN FALL at
house canvass and in a very ,the people of Key Wiest.: Orange Spanish Cream
i At the present time there is a CoffeeLEGALS 23x
contest being carried on for customers : Italian bombs were drop I -. f.'t.E. :

:;::;: ...... and for the past several ped about Aksurn not far WANTED n. GEORGE !,,
RECEIVES FRACTURED ANKLE
I PERSONAL :MENTION weeks a beautiful imported En- ITUI: CO.\...1t' Jl.O(.*?* ('Ol HT.IN from Aduwa. There was WANTED-A (rtiance"" to'bid on WASHINGTON']O a-.... i.., .
glish dinner set has ben given AM FOR MOMtOU COl'>T1t-, AND IS CONFINED TO I .......s.... j6.
.., .....................,.... ....................... away. Next'' Tuesday, October STATE OF FLORID still uncertainty as to the your next printing order. TheArtman .no.. w__... '
- - d
In re: Estate of HOME ON EATON ST. Press ? N'w.l..w.
Antonio Carrasco; jr., who Miss Genevieve Knight was an I 8, this"! concern will give away LAURA CURRY :MORENO. I extent of casualties that aug ...----

was in Key West for several weeks SriiTa4pn the plane this morning I the last of these sets. To all Creditors, Legatees Deceased., Distributees I were caused when Italian FOR RENT! J f f -GARAGE-I..aRATES.il.ed.......
with relatives, left yesterday for. to take up her duties as case aide and all Persons having 7

his home in Tampa. I I with the local administration.Mrs. HUB STORE PUTS Claims Estate: or Demands Against said Mrs. Clara to fall Curry this had week the and misfortune is- bombers, headed by the son- FOR RENT-5-room furnished ..4AYILOER

You.notified and and each required of yon, to are hereby now confined to her home at 712 in-law of II Duce, dropped apartment. Laundry tubs and
Leo H. Warren, president of the'i J. Lancelot Lester and ON FEATURE SALE claims or demands which presentany you., Eaton street with a fractured an- I garage. SI4 Margaret street.: t t r.$.'j,. Oi-1 Stwr
Key West City Council was, or either of you. may have againstthe r kle. death from the sky on Phone 152-21. septlStf I f.(1..4.aei... .
daughters :Misses Ophelia and estate of Laura Curry Moreno.j ;
among the guests registered ati Leonella, left on the plane yester- deceased, late of Alonroe County,t I Friends who visited at the home Aduwa yesterday. II 'i''
the Hotel Seminole in Jacksonville| Florida, to the C day afternoon for Miami where .II
on September 30, according to|they. will visit for a short time' Hub Store is featuring a Satur- Monroe in the County.Court Florida House at of his said office I ture will necessitate' Mrs. Curry A report that 1,700 per APAUTMENT. Conveniences 4 urls rem r

word received from Jacksonville j with friends. day sale on Fall Dresses in an ad- County, at Key Neat Monroe County. remaining at home for a period of I sons, including women, children porches. 519 Eliza I Tie
vertisement in this issue of The Florida within twelve months six weeks.SCHOOL beth street.! Apply 523 South-I! FL1GLERi
: week f' Citizen., from the time of the first publica- about i and Red Cross nurses ard street. sept4 i m ftm ace. ,
Seeley Malone, who this I I I tion of this notice to-wit, October y.11 b.,b.d Wgy
visited Key West for the first' Sebastian Cabrera, jr., head of This store is receiving daily 4. UJi; said claims or demands i had been killed or wounded FOR SALE
must be
duly sworn to and
pre _
time in about 15 years, spent the Cabrera Wholesale: Grocery I shipments: of new merchandise for sented to the said County Judge as: EVENT .
said i
several days with relatives and I Company, left yesterday on a, the Fall and Winter seasons. aforesaid, or. same will be barred was in some sources to TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 GARAGE emal,
limitation.Dated I
by
left yesterday afternoon for his short business trip to Miami going this 4th day of October, A. HERE TONIGHT! be "greatly exaggerated." sheets 75c The Artman Press.t aAES.sIm aid q
I ........................ tI
plane and returning by D. 19J5. I
home in Tampa. i by I aug7
B. CURRY MORENO'\ I tI I
I plane this morning. Today'sAnniversaries An Administrator of the Estate of 1 I !i CARD OF THANKSWe

F. H. McKinley, engineer with;, W.Laura CURRY Curry HARRIS.Moreno, deceased. There will be a dance at Cuban)I PRINTING-Quality Printing at I

the WPA division in Key West! Shirley Cook, who is employedin Attorney for Administrator (Club tonight sponsored: by Junior desire to express our sin the Lowest Prices. The Arc-I

left yesterday afternon on the S.' one of the banks in Miami was ........................1 OC14-11-1X-I5.;;; novl-S-la-22-za;; I IB Class of Key West High School. I cere thanks to our many kind man Press aug7 .1+7 ..wj Ha ,
S. Cuba en route to Gainesville, an arrival this morning by plane IN TIIK ('OI-\T1t' .JIIM.ir ('01 HT I,This dance is the first of the class friends and'neighbors who at the
Fl}*., where he will spend a short and will spend a short time in 1787-Francois Guizot. French j I 1 lAMI FOR MOMIOK OINT1,{'activities to raise funds for the time of our great trouble, the f ip/0 01 B _. ?
historian-statesman, born. Died FI.OKIIIt. IN PRODtTK.In I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
vacation., j I Key West with his family r..: Estate of Junior-Senior Prom, an annual I death of our beloved one, MamieE.
Sept. 12. 1874.1814Jean. JOAQU1N event at which time the Junior FUNERAL HOME
t DeARMAS.Deceased I Archer, did so much to alleviate I
Class host to the graduates.Bob rh GEORGE WASHINGTON
plays To those who West
Serving Key
Enriquez Guzman left yesterday Walter NOTICE TO CREDITORS our,sorrow. -
of the Ma-
Maloney, Saunders, in of tOO 2..ai will I.t. ..1 Stuccoi
afternoon on the Cuba for loney Bakery, who was in Miami F. )Millet famed To all creditors: claims or and demands all personshaving against for the charge affair!!I gave the use of their cars and to Half Century i 0p.1. ......_......._
Tampa where he will remain for business returned the French painter, born. Died Jan. said Estate arrangements ': the donors of the beautiful floral 24, Hoar Ambulance Service I warn-d.n.sIn___-......
on on plane
some time with relatives. 20, 1875. You. and each of YOU are hereby: states that an unusually large offerings we are indeed grateful.oct4lt Licensed EI a.r 1 i rsssco..J... MACE_
this morning. I notified and required to present: crowd is expected to attend. II I Pho.a
THE FAMILY. 135 Niffct 6984\\
any claims and demands which you! John Pritchard's orchestra has I I i 1'tUI"On]:!: : : : :.

Mrs. W. H. Trout and son'' 1819-Francesco Crispi, Italian j or the either estate of of)you Joaquin may DeArmas have againstI deceased arranged a good program of: ft I' I checks ,.. n__ __ ___ ___ __ .
Hubert left yesterday afternoon NEW\ SERVICE AT statesman, born. Died Aug. 12,, late of Monroe County Florida dance music for the event. !i
for Tampa, en route to Kibsimnice, 1901. to the Hon. Hugh Cuim County MALARIA
Judge of Monroe County, at his office Bvr*
for a brief visit with Mrs. Trout's I in the County Courthouse in Mr. Merchant, the next issue! STEAMSHIP Co.
FURNITURE STOREAnother
son in law and daughter, Rev. and Monroe County Floridawithin one I I I I I I is 3 days 0
1822-Rutherford B. llajes, year from the date of the first pub of the KEY WEST SUNDAY P & UNITED STATES FASTMAIL

MJTS. James A. Cain. I Ohio: lawyer major-general inj I lication not hereof.presented All claims within and demands the STAR will interest yon. Get a:" Liquid .Ta..Iet.COLDS. I : ROUTES FOR

Civil War, congressman, governor,, time and In the manner prescribed copy. There's money in i it. I first day.i .
service established ,
Mrs. Edna Ilardee, Quinn,. recently ; 19th President born at Delaware,j.I herein shall be barred as provided oct3-3t Salve Ness Dress TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
MIAMI-PORT
left the Cuba after-' at Long's Furniture Store, ;'by law. i TONIC" LAXATIVE
on yesterday 800' Fleming street is a cut order O. Died at Fremont, 0., Jan. 18?l>I Dated September SO, A. D. UU.I Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays Wednesday and
for route to Nor-. .
noon Tampa en
1893. I|I ANA M1RA DeARMAS.:
8:30 A. M.
folk, Vzu, to join :Mr. Ilardee who' department with the Mohawk Distributors i As Administratrix of the Estate of MODERN CINDERELLA MONROE THEATER I Saturdays
is returning to that city from a of Carpets and hall run- I I I Joaquin DeArmas. Deceased. Walter C. Kelly in Leave Key West for Port Tampa MlHtda'a and Thursdays
octl-11-18-25 Convent Oct. 8at
; novl-S-IS-22 Hall Tuesday
stay in Panama. ners. 1858-Michael I. Pupin, world- : THE VIRGINIA JUDGE I 6:30 P. M.Leave.
I j I: Hall runners are now available famed physicist, inventor and I I at Ridgefield, Conn., Dec. 26, 7:30 p. In. Lederer in Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:90: P. M.
'1 in any desired length and Long'snow scholar of Columbia University, 1909. ADMISSION .. ...........'?_ 25c i" Frances Dee-Francis :
Dr. J. J. Dunlay, D. D. S. at the THE GAY DECEPTION Sal of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
has 20 samples or swatchesin : inventor iI, the field of telephony, I' Sponsored by the High I
Marine hospital, and Mrs. Dunlay plain broadloom, figured Ax- the X-ray and wirelers born in I School Sodality Matinee. : Balcony, lOe; Orchestra I For further information call Phone 71

left yesterday afternoon by P. minster. Velvet and Wilton from Yugoslavia. Died in New York:: ChiIdrensos ; 15-20et Nishtt 15-25c J. H. COSTAR, Agent

and O. boat for Tampa for a vaca-,which customers can maize: a selec, City, March 12. 1935.1861Fredetic ---'
tion in the states. .. .. ,
II I ition.: I 71ii double action ofVSS ....e.e...e..e................................. -- -- --- -
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: I i
Mrs. Otilia Lacedonia and Mr. Merchant, the next issue Remington, artist !
grandson: Arturo Valladares, left of the KEY WEST SUNDAY author, sculptor and illustrator FOR SALE

yesterday afternoon for Tampa. to STAR will interest Get a famed for his pictures of the STAINLESS I Id .now, if.you prefer
you.
West, born at Canton, N. Y. Died'l I For
spend a while with relatives and copy. There's money in it. a limited
friends. I I SPECIAL OFFER
I I oct3.3tI .1 J .

.1 I I PALACEBuck ---on-- .r-- ..... *I
Michael Carey, who was visiting! 1 PERMANENT WAVESTwo ... : "..... : ( J Time
Jones in Only
for two weeks with relatives. left I Permanents
yesterday afternoon on the .Cuba! .SATURDAY SPECIALSFALLJRESSES 'l i STONE OF SILVER CREEK i for .-n -

for his home.in Tampa. -- I Comedy and Serial Better'Waves, $5.00 and .p .. ..' .

"t! I Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 10.15. I MRS. MILLER I One
Alex Jenks, keeper of Carys- I. Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J
fort lighthouse arrived yesterdayby
from Miami and is ----
plane spending -
r Universal HotPoint
his quarterly vacation with or
.
I .a ,
_
his family at the residence THE HUB I
Pine street. 0.
\ 'Ieil.gt&d i Electric

..J.,......,III.'. l.eadla lUIrl" : 18 SUNDAY NIGHTDRESSES il! CUT ORDER INFORMATION ; HOUSEHOLD IRON

An well
THE SEMINOLEJarhMM exceptionally Iron for general constructed I Iron

sizes 14 to 40, made to sell for i i MOHAWK CARPETS AND HALL RUNNERS Tici i hove hold pn'fHioio.' Finely- i
$2.95 tapered point and beveled
; special tomorrow at
.ri I ed ges. Nickel Plated. With a he year guarantee
t5I i
II We 11 I
.W '":; S1.98 have established a cut'order departmentwith i
.. 1 /p >tl ,
; at 11, the Mohawk distributor at Jacksonville =and:
I :: 1 ,
I } : Beautiful New i I
; Illlll:: : FALL DRESSES 1 I Florida, for cutting, binding, hemming, etc. Carpets d T

.1 I:i 1"I. Another Special at I I and Hall Runners are now available in any '":. ..to f A .., 4' .2.:.' a Pin-It-Up

Ual 1 S3.95BETTER 1 i desired length. We have twenty samples or

i \ swatches in plain broadloom, figured Axminster, Handy Lamp
i r- <" -., .'. ,,' .- .
.. !! DRESSES ; aLJ
Illr. Fl rlCIIS. Velvet and Wilton from which you can make a -

A human.,...o"-\Ik.t.RI'NRR Mmmmgrt Institution. 1" S4.95 5w.9w I selection. Prices range from $1.68 to $4.80 per .. BOTH

where you will find. r.ar. ...... ..mist sad ............. a mattee SS.95 ; per

of great -Importance.A AND I Jacksonville, plus 10 per .cent' cutting charge.Cut Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -II' : $$055

steel fireproof. hvlldlBc located NEW FALL HATSTo orders are not'subject,[10 cancellation. exclusive neighborhood. Beautifutwew
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match any Dress in the store :.. I
t IMAGINE being able to choose from a splen- of the sea and overlooking Coral Part

Every Room with Combination Tut S1.50 AND S1.95 did variety of gorgeous new patterns In plain and For price and terms apply to
and Shower Bath, Radio, Electrl e I
Slat Door for Suromci;:jt I Termss5c down
Ceiling Ventilation pea, Comfortable Beds win I LADIES' SHOES 1 figured color schemes at the unusual values we

Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction ." Black and Brownf QC are offering. siLONG'S L P. ARTMAN
and Individual ReadIng ..I I 5.I f { 75c a month for
heels
Lamps. i all styles of
RATES! ;.7.: The Citizen Office : 4 months

..r WE OFFER MANY OTHER I
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Me 4. R.-R.-.... Private Bath Bath __ SWS4 i* This Store Will, B. Closed I fURNITURE STORE Residence 1309 Whitehead Street I The Key West Electric Company
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