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 5, 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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Ajksociated'or 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the tjt l{cp. Wt ((t ttt3dn most country Key West.equable; with Florida weather an, average has in the tbi'

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit I






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!I 1!STEAMER CUBA I Railroad And Matters I Of -

Discusses Finances ARRIVES HERE! Bridge City Vengeance Falls I Crowder Allows

During Meeting! Last Night I VESSEL BRINGS IN THIRTY Discussed With Fletcher And d In Hands Of Italian Army But Four Hits In

.. Gaining Victory

Various Other Business '1.1111111 TAMPA Loftin In Recent Conference;SHIP DISABLED I Aduwa Shy AiKMM-iatrd, city of vengeance Press ,I i

TRAFFIC SIGNALSIN (Sprrlfll!> < f. rte ("u.....)
Matters Are Taken Up Steamship Guba, of the P. and I' GALVESTON but without an Ethiopian
NEW SECTIONSThe I' 0. S. S. company, arrived 7 Construction of the bridgesover !I that several surreys would have I II II I WRIGLEY FIELD Chicaga.
soldier in
its streets
I I was reported -
At Regular Session Oi o'clock this morning from Tampa I the highway and reconstruction -'I to be made and many phases of I Oct. 5. General Crowder not
city has received several I with 18 passengers for Key West the situation into and worked I I fallen today to the '
new traffic signals whichare and 12 for Havana. of the railroad extension were gone RADIO REPORTS TELLING OF coir pitched hit club to victory
OrganizationAt out before definite state- Italian while Ethiopia I'
to be installed at the foot I The ship had 11 tons of freight, I any VESSEL'S PLIGHT ARE in the fourth game of the 1935
of several, of Key West's 109 racks of mail and one automobile the vitally important matters ment could be made by the coma formally appealed to the

streets, one of which will be fcr Key West; 16 tons, r.any.'I RECEIVED HERE WorU Series but he also scored
of the which urged Wm. R. Porter president -a' League of Nations for im-
a regular meeting in the Casa Marina section.These two sacks of mail and one automobile : Confers With GovernorOn i
the first and brought in the
signals, which are for Havana. of the First National Bank I mediate enforcement of ran
last with 'I
City Council held night, his return to Miami Mr. I
equipped with reflectors, will Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde- I otter tally, which the
Radio reports received at the won contest -
military naval and
and county commissioner, to confer Porter met No'berg T.tipson, aviation
Councilman Pinder, president pro- be uihd principally to notify Mallory Lines, arrived at Key I
cutouts of the approach to West 8 o'clock last night from last week in Jacksonville with I who, with Mrs.\ Thompson and U. S. Navy communication head-,sanctions against Italy.It .

tern, presiding: !i. the absence. of the street's ending, especiallyto New Orleans with heavy ship I their son, Jack, were returningto ,quarters in Key West advise that stated The final score was 2 to 1. To-
President Warren who is out of strangers, who are not ments of freight for merchants, Senator. Duncan U. Fletcher and I I Key West. Mr. Thompson the motor vessel Federal is com-: unofficially I I
of also two carloads of coke for the at Addis Ababa that Italian day's victory is the third straight
familiar with the layout Scott M. Loft'li, chief attorneyand : complied with !:r. Porter's request pletely disabled 14 miles off Gal-: t
the city, the matter of financeswas Key West: Gas Company..The ship I
streets. to go to Tallahassee! and I veston bar and several men are! forces moved into Aduwa I! for the Detroit Tigers and they
discharged and sailed midnight for co-receiver of the F. C.
These signals will indicate E. i
taken up for discussion, II I they left at to contact the injured. I
that the terminus of the road Miami and Jacksonville. ouce I without opposition to find 1 need only one more win to be
Alamo of the same R'y. Co. I governor.At Later, a message from the S. i I
which occapved, most of the timeof is being reached and will alsoaid Steamship i the
traffic i in many other I line is due tomorrow from New Mr. Porter left Key West September the capitol they discussed S. Rochester gave the informa- city populated only by proclaimed world champion
the session.Councilman. ways.rmmw. York and another ship of the line railroad reconstruction; and over- tion that the Coast Guard Cutter I women, children and such! Crowder allowed only three hits
l the Medina, is due Monday night 26, Thursday of last week',1 seas bridges with Governor Sholtz
Cabrera, who is Nike was proceeding to the Fed-I infirm men as had been unable -
with the result that the chief executive -
from Galveston. up to the ninth inning, in which .
chairman of the finance .. and immediately upon arriving i in: said that he could not hold eral's assistance The position of to join Emperor HaileSelassie's !
-- -- Jacksonville had conferencewith out any hopes on the railroad reconstruction the injured vessel is given as I the Cabs knocked out two successive -
tee, made his report co.mit.1 a the ; armies. I II'
HUNDREDS OF CITIZ1ATMASSMEETIN MS ASSEMBLEG project nor possibilities 23.17 north latitude, 94.23 west I ani Ilea. But Hack hit into
ous activities in which he the senator covering the I ; of briC es. l longitude.,: I' It was indicated Ethiopian I'

direful situation in Key West. At I!| He does believe, however, that Another message received later' forces has fallen back behind a double play to end the game.A .

that city employea whose salariesare LAST NIGHT TO the conclusion of which September I I log the.. railroad with, the wouU entire consent right to of part-way today Cutter advised the Coast the Guard I I Aduwa into the hills where their i home mi. in the second in

fixed at $90 per month, have cri I Saranac was on way to I I
i.I 'or a nominal consideration and the Federal and should arrive desperately I sing was the only score for Chi
received each month during HEAR BRIDGEHundreds ]HATTERS DISCUSSED 27, the senator made apersonal ,I that a loan of possibly '$5- about 7 a. m. The Federal's radio j I
000.000 could :JC secured from the i Italian pincers whose west jaw I cago.
appeal to President I is out of commission and from thisit
the past year approximately I United Slates to construct a superhighway is conjectured that the ship is I!' was at Aduwa. Seriws fighting!; Gehringer hit a double and a SIB*
of citizens assembledin keen interest in the proceedings. Roosevelt i in the following tole.s over the F. E. C. right of;

"$75.-- of their- .compensation'4othger ., while, I!That this int.eft.rt.held.-wu'" -iY1I -J. ,-,- -,C agram t PC| >*.*K-iuso| : :fr the pi -tineloPrunning badly..:! disabled. I I wag Adigratf reported: i in'"" the !detection of j I,,.1. ia four times up. He-.Uo. fielded ..
employee have also the court room of the county :. : fresh water into Key "t
I denced by the many groups oft j! I West. TO BRING BACKHIGHWAY !I An official Ethiopian '! sensationally.
I govern-
.1 court house last Bight in response "I have just returned from 1
paid proportionately daring people gathered after the meeting]!
I Ap'.pos.f this the governorMold I i ment communique said Adigrat,
south Florida and while there obtained Cavaretta hit two singles is four
to a call of "The Citizens' Committee" -!I and discussions held as to the post ; Mr. Porter and Mr. Thomp-I ; which Italians ]
same period. !I sible outcome of the actions planned first hand information and I i j son that as soon as President: FERRY:, reported yesterday I, tries, his first hits of the series.
they had captured, held ]
After a lengthy discussion relative to discuss matters per an intimate picture of the storm I 1 Roosevelt returns to Washington J !i was by i
by the committee. i Carleton hurled a good before -
Ethiopian forces. At London
to employes selling warrants, taining to bridges. Several hun!I stricken area of the Florida Keys. .: he, the governor, intends going to I ]
in which it was stated that in I While material damage was I the capital to discncs; with the CAPT. DEMRITT; AND CREW authoritative sources said Premier j he was taken oat for a pinch-
I I no I
many cases some have an ad dred others failed to gain entrance l i nation's chief executive the situation : Mussolini has bid for simultaneous
vantage over others in this practice -, I. ,.r. done to Key West its plight is!r in Key West and will after LEAVE YESTERDAY FOR j I cancellation of Anglo-Italian rre-I: hitter. Root look" his place on the

it was decided during the to the court room, which desperate because of damage to] that visit: Key West and tell the JACKSONVILLE cautionary military measures in!, mound.

present license-payment period to was packed before 8 o'clock. I the railroad and the motor high I people the res-ilts of his confer- : the Mediterranean, but the proposal '

have all money turned into the way on the islands above. The I I I was greeted with silence! by","' Root allowed only one single in

tax collector's office, with no Mayor Wm. H. Malone acted as needs.of tha'Key West people are I I ence.Mr.. Porter aVo !(earned that ,the British government. j
I Captain Eugene Demeritt, senior -I the two innings he pitched.
Further Italian approach for
solicitation to be entered into by i Malcolm :Miller, personal representative ,
chairman with Frank Delaney as so urgent I appeal to you to come commander of the Monroe ;
employes in selling warrants in to their assistance. This can best'I of Harry Hopkins, United County Ferry System, and threeemployes resumption of the tri-powers d IJ.:! It was the first game in which
order to receive cash credit to the secretary.A States WPA administrator; : cussions to clear up the
I be done by making a special grantor C'I Italo-j'I
I I left yesterday afternoon : the errorless NIL
the Ethiopian conflict Tigers played
B. Treadwav chairman of was
amount of the warrant
disposedof both: construction I
loan, or for '
committee of three Rev. J., I for Jacksonville to bring back the
F I I and E. A. behalf of Mussolini, but likewise
state road department
when same is turned in for to .
payment of oversea highway bridges con- Ferry Florida Keys which was Gabby Hartnett, peppery catcher -
of licenses.It C. Gekeler, Arthur Sheppard and nect this city with the mainland of i j Pynchon, Florida WPA administrator : recently extensively repaired at i was greeted negatively. Selassie's

was decided to give each active Charles Mathews, was appointedto Florida. Your bureau of public i i will probably: be in Key the Gibbs Shipyard. 'I appeal to the League was made i of the Cubs, slammed out a
select committeeto :; West next week and discuss many:I under paragraph two of articles j
month's permanent
employe one pay I a roads engineers can best determine The vessel will, upon arrival, be !sixteen the home run in second Inning for
when the license money becomes carry out the plans of the or- the minimum cost for such ;; matters pertaining to Key West sailed to the No- Name Key and ; of League covenant-
-1 whose sole is I: and the future of the city and its), slip i which provides that it is the duty
available, with each inactive em ganization aim to construction. Were it not for the held in readiness for service which'is the first score of the game. It
to be half get succinct and definite infor-N immediate j j i citizens. of the council-in case a League
ploye paid a urgent necessity for ; ti about
expected .to begin November -
salary on the back month'S't mation on the status of the bridge action to aid the people of Key i i Mr. Porter returned to Key 1, member resorts to unprovoked' was his first four-bagger t of the
Ruling On matters. West in their desperate plight, Ii i West on Thursday's plane from} ;; I II war-to ask other members for series.
I Miami, This morning he received': I contributions of military. naval
It was also ruled that all warrants This was very clearly explainedby mould not worry you with this per1fonal j '
in the hands of merchants!, Paul Boysen, who in a brief appeal. under date of October 4 at 9 p. 1 STEAMER CEIBA !and air forces "to protect the I At the beginning pf the game,

and others, not recorded with the I talk told of his activities in Key Ready To Help I:I m.. from William L. Hill, secre-I covenants of the league." j

city clerk up to September 30 oft I r West and his experiences while-in After the discussion and sending -|!, tary to Senator Duncan Fletcher' By the appeal Selassie was regarded the Cubs had Heushaw, Root and

this year, will not be accepted inj t Washington, D. C., where he Police of the message to the president i- !in Washington the following message -j" ARRWESflEREI as having brushed aside; Lee warming up in Ike. bullpen
For: 'CipU.ii> !of, Might i : "President Roosevelt replied : talk of economic and financial:
lieu of cash during the license spent some time this year in the various other matters rela-:
period in payment of city obligations -, interests of the proposed bridgesin J. LEWIS\ tive to the conditions now extant I Ito I Senator Fletcher's telegram in i| I i sanctions against Italy with a demand and the Tigers had Bridges. Hog

such as licenses and, Monroe county. I I ROBERT and the possibilities of the future 1! these words. am asking the war 1I J VESSEL ON LEAVING THIS: that bloodshed in his mountainous -, tett, Sullivan sad SerreM dome

taxes.A Other speakers who voiced the Ii Better known as Bobby were discussed and Mr. Porter I I I department to give me a report'in I realm be halted by armed! ;,
letter was read from T. B.' ideas of the meeting and the desires i told The Citizen, the senator said I regard to the keys and communications -:' AFTERNOON WILL PROCEEDTO authority of the League. Mem-' the same.

Bennett tax agent of the Florida of the people to get informa-' Will appreciate your vote he was at any and all times readyto I therein and will' Department let I' FRONTURA: MEXICO bers of the League's Council com .
East Coa t Railway Company,) tive statements relative to the If Elected I will do my best to do all possible for the peopleof you know then I get back. mittee of thirteen told AssociatedPress It was a toss-up between Bridgesand

hotel matter Arthur : serve the public to the best Key West." I advises me the matter committees the report oa ,
and company as well stating -: were: Sheppard,o General Cro vdcr, the veteranof
that he was coming to Key:' Rev. Gekeler, Frank Delaney,I I of my ability After leavin. Senator Fletcher, has been taken up through district -I Steamer Ceiba of the Standard the Italo-Ethiopian war infers
West for the purpose of meeting! Fernando Gato. Charles Albury i Mr. Porter calved: on Mr. Loftin. I engineer at Jacksonville who Fruit and j' Italy "clearly is in the wrong." Anftrican League bvrWrs, as
graciously recevied by his will contact road department officials Steamship company ar- A'' squadron of Italian pfeneawas
conference' He
with the council Antonio and Chairman was
a Cowlesfc I but
relative to Malone. EIGHTEEN LEAVE host who discussed the railroad I: also you. Captain Rider I rived in port this morning 9:15 reported officially at Addis to who would start the game

against the property railroad assessments and hotel!) After the very interesting talks I I: situation from, various angles: dur-i I I lof Matecumbe\ has been here favoring pier o'clock of and the Porte docked Dock at the main j Ababa to have shot down women'; Crowder got the nod from Manager
and ore-half hours, with bridges across former nat- company and children fleeing to shelter a*
company during which time he the committee returned from a ON BOARD PLANE ing one for oil and provisions.The .
instead of fills. Cochrane.Greeatwrg
oral water
forth hopes for gaps Italian advanvted the
will ask for a reduction of the consultation and announced the out holding any !I vessel will remain in troops on
amount fixed in making the selection of a permanent committee -!I railroad reconstru:tion. He says; fills are responsible for port city of Bethe Hawariat near WM out vf W gn
up pntil late this afternoon when she "
the i i loss of lives on certain keys, also
told that
last roll. It decided of seven, Mayor :Malone,!I Mr. Porter was Adigrat.
tax was to MOST WERE STRANGERS VIS- which decision !: bridges would benefit resident will sail for Frortera. Mexico. Two yesterday on account of an iajary
call a meeting on Tuesday night Frank Delaney. Fred Dion, Fer-'I' matter is one on no l says : ** S. W. Kittridge and
this time fishermen. passengers in the second rosiest
could be made at NOTICE I he suffered
of next week for the purpose oft nando Cato Charles Ketchum. B. ITING IN ISLAND Miss Beatrice Tornwald, are spend- j

meeting Mr. Bennett. I E. Brantley and Arthur Shep- ing the stay in the city visiting. the when be slided into the plat ia tbe
I CITY Notice i is hereby given that tfcej r
Regarding Licenses. 1 pard.To : points of interest by automobile. the; seventh inning. An ex-ray revealed
The clerk was instructed to I this committee has been in-I I NEW\ ARRIVAL ATHOMEOFCAREYS 1 Occupational me..f duel I
I I City of Key Wet are new that his wrist alright,
communicate with the state I trusted the task! of writing Governor was
troller in an endeavor to comp..1" Dave Sholtz, and the mem- Passengers leaving on the plane HABANA-MADRID CLUB NEW\ ARRIVAL IN I and payable at the office ef the! just braised a title. Before the

some of the liquor license money bers of the bridge commission ap-t yesterday afternoon for Mia.miI GRAND OPENING I City Tax CeUector, and failure)

that was paid] into the county recently I I I pointed by the governor asking; I numbered 18, most of them CALLEJAS' HOME!:'on the part of any person or; game started this afternoon it was

when the city liquor license i I for clear and concise information their DANCETONIGHT 'persons. firm or corporation eel announced that be would be- able

ordinance was being. held up. The :I I relative to the progress made to strangers who were paying Mr. 'and Mrs. Benjamin Careyof jI j association without first obtaining
late the visit to Key West. I a license. shall be deemed, to play.
clerk was requested to inform the by and the
I the birth of '
(Continued on Page Four) I exact status of the negotiations.Mr. On the list were: Ernie Sherry, Miami announce a The home of Mr. and Mrs. 19..1. ,guilty of a misdemeanor and ..pon The leading bitters ii tM three

___ I Boysen will be asked by the Ross Young, Harold Whippele, For Members and Their girl at their home on September mad Cafleja vas blessed this!' conviction before the Police (Continued on Pare Three)

committee to afford access to his Charles Abbott Louise Woodbury, Invited Guests 29. The new arrival has been given morning f.ith the arrival of a girl Justice, shall be panWied by a
RAW MILKPASTEURIZED complete files of correspondenceand > at 330 o'clock. I' fine not to exceed $250.00, or by PERMANENT
MILK his records of all matters rel- Leon W. Mendel, Henry Caven- NO SCRIPT the name of Elizabeth Ann. The new born has been given imprisonment in the city jail for|' WAVES I

BUTTER1IILKCHOCOLATE ative to bridges since the time he i dish, E. :Martinez,J.-G. Curtis, Dr. !! Mr. Carey is a former resident} the name of Cosettd IsabeL Both a period not to exceed 60 day I' Haircut Manicure and Sham-
: T. :Miss Margaret riQTE-All )kinds of beverageswill mother and baby doing All not paid up after October* ...
MILK became interested. This it is a I Youngman, of this city and is now a well-I are poo all for ,_.__ $1.00
Sweet Cream. Heavy and Light I i foregone conclusion, Mr. Boysen Youngman, Maurice Youngman, b* served at popular prices :known of the Magic City.j and are at home, 609 15th are subject to arrest with) DOROTHEA BEAUTY
attorney nkelY'l'
ADAMS DAIRY will gladly do. I Ruth Appelgate, Walter JUAN CARBONELL, Mgr. street penalty. SHOPPE
He is the son of Watson Carey of Before her marriage Mrs: SAM FINDER, i
The Danni-I
Al :
PHONE 454 I meeting was very quiet and f na, E. R Evans, [ 1116 Wbite St. Phone 62
every person attending displayed Kirchik and Marian E. 729 United street. leja was Miss Marguerite P. act2-5 City Tax Collector.




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Published CITir.KN' Pally PFPI.1H11G:_c ot Sunday co. ByTHE INC. France now possesses the strongest 1-MMJTE SAFETY TALKS !l TODAY'S WEATHER ]! Today's Birthday

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U P. ARTMA. .....e.. defensive military wall ever constructedby .. -
JOB ALLE. A..I.ra.t Basle.. --S' Don Herold .
From The Citizen Building man in its great Maginot Line stretch- By ;:; { Temp r.t.r e* ed over Manitoba, Winnipeg,, Dr. John Erklne.! not. J
Corner Greene and Ann streetsOnly Columbia University
ing 150 miles along the border facing Ger- I Highest _._........,_,-.,._-._86 80.54 inches, and the Appalachian list
Dally Ne..pa-er: In Key West and Monroe 1 region, Parkersburg W. V ,!1801' of English, president
Lowest ,
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C ont y. many and embracing 300 mighty forts. Joiitard School of MU.ICNew -,
- .. And i4'we Mean _._.....__. .__82! 30.32 inches, overspreads most
Entered at Key L\ra4 Florida as .eond cla matter This line has just been completed at the i have i York, 56 years ago.
slow ..... other sections.
nFYV'THi'EAR:: Well Normal Mean 1 II Light rains have
Member .t the A_ .te* Pre. cost of about $150,000,000. $p an accident Rainfall' !I[i occurred since yesterday morningin !I Henry Latrobe Roosevelt! .f
Itfe Associated Press !. exclusively entitled to use Named for the late minister of and the middle Mississippi VaHey. New York.. assistant !secretarcf,
for re :i:' .uU.s, of all news dispatches credited to war, See i'it will be only! Yeyterday's! Precipitation .0 Ins.'
In and also central Plains States, Texas Panhandle the born at Mom!-to'sr", l''.
it :ir not otherwise credited paper Andre Maginot, who conceived the plan Normal Precipitation .. .19 Ins., navy
_the local news published here. {fender deep'7Ifo 'r .Tbi. mrd r.vm 24-k..r peeled-. Colorado, the northern I J.. &6 years! ago.
this system of fortifications is considered thas$5 '....lt lit 0 .>lrk ak/. r.r.lag.Tomorrow Lake region, and Ontario. CoWer
NATIONAL EDITCRIAlASSOCIATION) impregnable so far as attacks by land are :. Almanac j I I(r weather has spread eastward and 1 i i'I I I Dr. Peyton Row aoted paUlo
1<< II we $o'AT Sun rises _,. 6:21 a. m.j''I southward over most of the Atlantic ologist of the Rk feller I'''.,
C/y /9.35 concerned. Even air raids' could do little Sun sets ..-_......_....... 45:09 p. m.}I and East Gulf States, with i Mute I for Me...Kcl Research born

-" BlCRII"TIORtTES! : damage, as much of the defensive works Moon rises ......_. 2:08 p. In.; heavy frosts reported this morn-t i in Baltimore, i6 yeses ago

One Tear ......_ -- .- ':: .::-=::::::===:10.01 and equipment is underground. Steam and Moon sets ...*.............12:15 a. m. I ing on the middle Atlantic coast! 1 1It I --
six Months -_.::. :::: .:::=-:- : :: 6.00hre : I Prof. Rofcrrt II. Goddar! I of
It* i and temperatures 14 to 20 de-
Month .- electric transportation supply Tomorrow Tide It | Otark Uiwenity, pI. ?ici. systems, )
One Month ..-_. ...-..-- .. .86Weakly I A.M. P.M. grees below normal in the Lake
.20 r.rfcrt f_, born at 'V e-tf-r,
ADVERTISING fATES-. bases and communication lines are all pro- High ....___.__' .3:12 5:27 I(region and Ohio YaHey. Seasonable -I 1 Mat*., &3 y..r* un.
Made known on application. tected in tunnels deep in the earth.In Low ..............._...10:55 9:58 temperatures prevail in I ago....
SPECIAL NOTICE of threatened invasion the Barometer 8 a. m. today: i southern Florida, Texas, and the;i Louise Dresser, actress born :.t
All reading notice., cards of thanks, resolutions of case LEAST lET'S HAVE GENTLER ACCIDENTSThe i far West. '
Sea level, 29.98.WEATHER 'Eianstille, Ind., >S :yea III ago
etc. will be charged for at ,
respect obituary notices
Maginot\ Line could be manned by a millionmen .
the rate of 10 cents a Hit* .
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modern automobile accident What we moderns need is '- -- -
by churches from whicha more FORECASTTill 1-
Notice for entertainments in 48 hours while trains
reven.. Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. I is no lah-de-dah affair. of a horse-and-buggy attitude. 1i i
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus- wholly underground could bring up food, There were actually fewer automobile We need to Jog along more. We ( 8 p. m.. Saturday: )
subjects of local or general
cl'tn of public issues will communications. all of registrations and less need to be automobile gentlemen Key West and Vicinity: Mostly
Interest but It not publish anonymous munitions, and manner supplies for
: gasoline used In 1934 than In 1931, -which means that Just becausewe cloudy, possibly! showers tonight 1I
the defending army without detection or but deaths from automobile acci- have power and speed, is no For a Limited
the possibility of being attacked. dents in 1934 were about 8 percent reason we should show it off to //< t39 I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST greater than in 1931. others or to ourselves.We ( L7) J'JlI'
Construction of these mighty works Last year we killed 18 percent need to remember the old --
began shortly after funds were voted for more of each other with motorcars saying that to travel is more i I Time Only
than we did the year before.I pleasant than to arrive. I'
extraordinary measures of nation defensein ; I }
( get these figures from tables Gosh what is the hurry, anyway \ .
1. Water and Sewerage. 1928. Coincident with their comple- compiled by The Travelers Insur- ? Most of us are overproducing i

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- tion a monument in memory of Maginot, ance Company.) these days in the first place, \ 1 ; I One,
The answer 1s.: SPEED. so why not let's enjoy the sceneryas i .
land. their originator, has been erected in Fort They are giving us better cars we go? l .

S. Free Port. Souville, 18 miles from Verdun. Maginotwas and better roads, these days, so When two cars which are mere- A ; w ..,- 1d Universal HotPoint
we think we are smarter and ly Jogging along have a smash up, Showers or
a top sergeant at the beginning of the Mostly Cloudy
4. Hotels and Apartments. safer and when we drive we drive there are only dented fenders-
world war, rising to the position of war to kill. not dented :skulls. and Sunday; gentle to moderate
5. Bathing Pavilion.
minister before his death in 1932. northeast and east winds. Electric :
6. Airports-Land and Sea. Florida, Generally fair in north I HOUSEHOLD IRON

7. Consolidation of County and City o* : portion, mostly cloudy in south An exceptionally: well constructed i

Governments. JUDGE SAVED BOY'S LIFE II KEY WEST IN Today In History sibly portion: showers tonight in and extreme Sunday;southportion. pos- household Iron purpose for general Finely Iron

DAYS GONE BY ee.e................... tapered point and beveled
Readers of The Citizen may recall the .1 edge. Nickel Plated. Will a age year guarantee
I 1853-Turkey declares war Jacksonville to Florida Straits
case of the boy whose parents refused to !I Happenings Here Just 10 Years I I I Russia. and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate =and:
1 after his broken 1 co northeasterly winds; partly overcast -
permit an operation leg I The File Of The Citizen I I 1 I
became infected through lack of medical 1910-Portugal declared weather tonight and Sunday Pin-It-Up
I with scattered showers' i a
WILL always seek the truth and print it public. over ex- I
attention and the who
Philadelphia judge Deputy U. S. Marshal Andres aRe-I I treme south portion.WEATHER .
without fear and without favor; never be ordered the operation undertaken about a 'Lopez has received a telegram of i 1918-Gen. Allenby in
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; congratulation: on his capture in tains total of 70,000 CONDITIONS !I Handy Lamp .
year ago. I 1 r _
Key West yesterday of Joe Clancy, 1 ,
always fight for never be the or- 1932-International Journalists
I The parents objected on religious Pressure is
: an esc pad prisoner who is want moderately low this : -
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique grounds. The court acted in behalf of the : ed in California. Clancy escaped humorously present pair of dice morning over southwestern dis- i BOTH u
faction or class; always do its utmost for the modern science in the from the California prison about I to League of Nations at Genevato tricts. Phoenix, Ari:, 29.82;
boy accepting
settle!! dipute where too much I
one year ago and is wanted by the I while high pressure areas, crest- $$055
public welfare; never orrnption or fullest degree and insisting that the minor United States government. faid on both sides. I

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; had a right to be protected from the effects I r 1934-Spain crushes communisticsocialistic KEY WESTCOLONIAL for tat
commend good done by individual or organization Thomas Pinder has been appointed -' at revolu-
of foolish beliefs on the part of his i HOTEL
caretaker of the groundsof 'I tion.
; tolerant of others' rights views and
parents. the county court house. This
opinions; print only news that will elevate In the Center of the Business Terms sec down
made that the I I -
You may have wondered how every- appointment was! ) and cried "fire" and the audience .
and not contaminate the reader; never COBS* thing turned out, whether the action of hundreds of recently planted II |(I started for the doors with a rush. and Theater District 75c month for
with shrubs and trees may flourish free The situation a
promise principle. I was ably handled by _
the judge was justified by the recovery of 1 from attacks by the boyj who. frequent Juan Carbonel proprietor of the First CIa.Flnprf months -

the boy or whether the premonitions of the jail and court.. house; theater and Manager Frank Fleit- Sensibl. JUt. !

the parents were confirmed by failure on grounds. 1 J\ The crowd quieted returned I Ii
Travel broadens the mind and flat- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEIGarage
tens the pocketbook.Italy the part of modern medical treatment to Contract for the construction continued.Mrs.to their. seats and the show I The Key West Electric Company!

cure his diseased condition. of the field office of the Meacham El.vst.rPopular i a

Anyway, medical science won. The company was yesterday after- C. C. Watson, of Ingle- Ptico
has neither oil coal but the
nor noon awarded to Clyde Baltzell. wood. N. J,, has
a corner
youngster is now walking, with barely a and work _. _.
supply of gall remains undiminished. The bid was $3,010 on on the Prado in Florecita and - ---- -----
limp and seems to be on the road to com- the building started today. plans the erection of a beautiful
plete recovery instead of the hopeless home when development in the
Whatever be its other faults
may The Southernmost Florida subdivision
startr. The price for
ship of state appears to have a very good death that awaited him if his parents had Realty's football eleven will meet j which lots in Florecita are being

Hull. been allowed to have their way. the navy team Thursday after- offered is considered more than
noon on the army field. This will reasonable when the iron, clad
................0................... be the first game of the season ;; guarantee which" Roes with each DO YOU WANT TO RENT

The Constitution is the conscience of "THE WORLD FOR GOD" and a large crowd is expected to lot is considered. !Sirs.\ Watson i k: I

the United States. You cannot compromisewith be present. __ i but one of many who have pur.
chased lots in this subdivision.!
conscience.The ", So God created man in His own An excellent fight card has) YOUR HOUSE--

image ." -Genesis, 1-27. been arranged by Promoter Rup- ;; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McNeil,

NRA is dead, but 3,746 employeesare .................................... ert Knowles for the Athletic Club :, who were married a short time
Ak world in which God is not the fight fans tomorrow eyening. (\ago in Augusta, returned to Key
still officiating at the wake, at a cost "
Stars of the meet will be Kid
j West yesterday from Havana
of $800,000 a month.A supreme Head is a world not fit for human Sharkey and Baby Rcyes, in a*. where they have been enjoying! If It Is Suitable For Tourists, Completely Fur-

habitation. :Man cannot live without God, scheduled eight round mixup. In their hont'ymoon.Irs.!\ McNeilwas

kid's ambition is to wear long for as Jesus said, "man lives by every word the meet semi-final an unknown.Battling The Siki preliminaries will-r i I Bertha formerly McElwen.!Miss\ The Marguerite McNeils nished, etc., You Should Notify the Key 'Vest'

pants; then he grows up and has to wear that proceedeth out of the mouth of God." are to be the best since the I will make their home in Key West

the same:; pair too long. In consciously establishing God as the manaement of the fight arena was Mr. McNeil having accepted the Administration Offices, Phone 460.

Head, by making a "world for God," man taken over by Mr. Knowles. j I position of Associated Press operator
at the office of The Citizen
The critter that sprouted the first appendix kind is following a natural tendency.In Unusual excitement was created and entered upon his duties

never knew what a legacy he left this period of world-wide distress, at the Monroe-'theater yesterj-j 1 yesterday. If YQur Btropertyts Not Quite Ready For Renting -

to the surgical profession.Key the present holds that which draws man day afternoon during the progressof ,
the matinee when smoke' was I Editorial comment: All roads '
To Tourists and You Have This In Mind\
kind into
a common fellowship.This discovered comingthrough one of lead to the Garden Theater today ,
West needs a daily mail service is not a new thought, or a neweonditior. the side windows of the building : and all other days until the World

and is entitled to it. Thirteen thousand Mankind\ confronted with some from the rear of the restaurant Series games have been played.Mr. You Should Call Us For All Kinds Of Building
which is next to the theater. The
people should not be ignored.It strange and disquieting situation, tends to I smoke came from a fire in the Merchant the newt issue
break down the false alignments which in I yard of the restaurant where hams j of the KEY WEST SUNDAY Materials, Phone 598.

is said that money talks, but soon it more pleasant circumstances divide him. were being boiled and was carried i STAR -will; interest you. Get n
into the theater through_the win- copy. There' money in it.
will be in cannot This was true in the great World War I
talking a language we I dow. Children became excited! ocl3-3l
understand; unless conditions improve. and in every other war. It is true in I --- I I I THE OUTLOOK IS THAT PROPERTY WILL
famine, plague, flood and quake, and 'r I

Al Smith has the faculty of defining. wherever on earth these things occur. RENT BETTER IN KEY WEST THAN

questions in understandable language. Be- There i i-? a oneness about humanitywhen

fore the !seventh: National Eucharistic Con- in danger or suffering, that-draws all FOR YEARS

gress in Cleveland he made an attack on classes into a sympathetic understandingand CONSULT YOUR BANKER

Communism in this fashion: "If I am a appreciation for the other fellow's I

Communist," he said. "I'm no longer a welfare.

man. My only purpose in the world is to 11 Happier tirp.es tend to separate the ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS }1

lay up wealth for the state and I'm positive -. race. There are divisions of wealth and I 1I AND DON'T FORGETNext

there is no hereafter and that life endsat I of position, of learning and ignorance, of j I

the grave." good and bad. or "what have ).ou1" j I I

But the fact that Man\ is one, sprung j I I Tuesday October 8th 'Ve'Vill Give Away
The First National I ,
At the recent St. Louis American from a common Father destined to a com- i Bank ot Key West II

Legion Convention, John Dwight Sullivan, mon future, is one of the lessons of the I I Free the Last Imported English Dinner Set.

Past New York State Commander, hit the present depression.
Member of the Federal Reserve
nail square on the head, and had the The first step in making a "World For I i

Legionnaires cheering wildly when he took God" is to make our own private world for ,
this shot at Representative Patman: "I I I Him. We must give ourselves, freely and j Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

am more concerned with the personal integrity entirely, relying on the Christ to make .

of the Legion than to see it used for I straight our way. PLonc 598 White and l lza; Streets

the personal aggrandizement of one in- You can learn more about this by
"Your home is worthy of the ,
dividual's private, political aims." That's writing a personal letter to this newspaper,

telling 'im. I' or to the nearest Minister of the Gospel. .






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day, 7-SO p. m. Teachers' meet

It Ct MORNING STAR ( 1 ing.

Latin Mission
BY MAJzAn SIMS Services
Sundays Tuesdays and

SPORTS Thursdays conducted by Rev.

i ...SYNOPSIS.t,,, procc: of T,kMixixg. HlHevlt and Ed- months ago. Since then" rYe taken, ) -1 LEY MEMORIAL M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODIS'l1 Charles E. Lazo.

_. Barmt bam teg**. mUy row each day as It comes. CHURCH. SOUTH CHURCH Sunday school. 9-30 a. m.
aims'rout tan srwtpect. o*JKr tcididmft "And-how have they come!"
ben returned
to tab .p Mr .....d... Edwin it arfim She smiled at him. "About as wellas Rev. 31. 1.. Smith Pastor
I Cor. Fleming and William Street SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH
vpiaioaatttt. "" "-_ Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. _
( ;ttjl't: bas show teenJIH Ed-; a when the patient Is critically 11L""Xo Shuler Peele, Pastor I
Church school at Duval and
9:45 Corner Baton Streets
a. ra.,
... ,
wtn wnnetkiaff of U. ** bUir.u. better than that! Church school meets at 9:45a.
But Edwin ftiU Abject to fti* with Ed. R. Curry superinten Sundays
"Most of the time they're been a
5' roof marital A..bil., and thUktMofcuif ........................ dent m William N. Knowles sup. Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m.
a cardinal mi. great deal better than that but this :TIGERS TAKE FOURTH
t humanizing process la long and ALL STAR CLUB OF I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. erintendent. The Wesley Fellow Mass (Communions), 7 a. m.
Chapter 2S tedious. rm not sure I wouldn't be GAME OF SERIES, 2-1.r \ Subject: "Bl ssed Poor Folk." ship Bible Class meets in the pas- Mass for the Church School

wiser to atop struggling. What do AIVILL\ \ PLAY I This is the first of a series of sermons 9:30 a. m.
1 I II tor's study.
you think!" I (Continued from Page One) 1 'THROUGH on the beattitudes. Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m.

It was good to be digging lie smiled ruefully. Shook his previous game were Genringer,j i t l Young People's Department has Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evensong Prayer, Sermon,

In the ground! As long as you head. "Don't ask me. I wish I knew. HERE NEXT WEEK 1,I second baseman of the Tiger '-'Iatar ;: its morning session in the Division Holy Communion. Benediction, S p. m.
I-atopped.- street school' building with Miss Week Day
(By JOVE) Intermediate Epworth League
could get close enough to the earth ;
"I know you did.And was It easier I and one of the bet in the], ........................ Miriam Carey as teacher and Al- meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m
people didnt seem so ImportantEmily afterwards
I I game today, with an average of!!1 bert Carey as president. Mass, 7 a. m.
Jeffrey Felton hesitated. "1- FIRST GAME WILL BE STAGED Batting averages for the 'ine Watkins. superintendent.
was her beds of
.366, and Demaree, with a donble.j Junior boys and girls at 4 p. Evening Prayer, 5:80 p. m.
annuals scabiosa it sounded like think It was Your mother Is a I three games of the World Series I with Mrs in Young People's League meets
; ( THURSDAY NIGHT; TWO ON single and two homers im 121 m.. Mary Thompson A second: Mass on Wednesdays,
a disease instead of a flower!) ageratum wonderful woman.he added has a 11 11I I follow: charge. at 6:30 p. m. Miss Mary Felton, ,9 a. m.
painted daisies. tily "and I'm damn' grateful to WEDNESDAY NIGHT; ONE' time up.Attendance. Detroit Tigers : Young People's evening session' president.
"Do yon think this woods dirt is "I know darling she answeredhim 'I SCHEDULE ON THURSDAY I at today' game ,I Player- AB R. H. Ave. !I at 6:30 p. m. Worship service at 7:30 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL

was 52,000. j White .____._ Evening preaching at 7:30 CHURCH SOUTH
too rich the way it is. Andrew q lck17. "And Edwin Is a won- .l2 3 4 .333 p. m. Sermon subject: "How Shall I

Andrew scratched his woolly head.TLawd. derful man. But life is so real and I The weather wa clear bat'1.Cochrane _.._11 1 1 .090 Subject; "Challenge of Service." Live.** This will be a special ser-

mawm. Them flowersll earnest to them both. I (By JOVE) I windy and cold. {I I'I i: Gehringer ___.10 3 4100 I Prayer and praise service each mon to the young people, after Corner "EL Grinnell SALVADOR-and
baTe a fit la It-! He grinned understandlngly. A picked team of All-Stars will The fifth game will be played .in I i I Greenberg .--___.. 6 1 1 .166 Wednesday at 7 30 p. m. which an installation service for Streets

She dwelt with, pleasure upon the so black and white. No shadlngsev 'I Goslin _____11 3 3 .272 Young people's choir practice the officers of the Epworth
Idea of come from :Miami to play here Chicago tomorrow. I i each at 7 Miss Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor
her flowers haying a fit in y either sheep or goats." I Fox 13 0 5 .374 Thursday p. m. League/ will be held.

their beds, and then remembered instead of the Dunn Buss ten,I Score by inning: R. H. E.'I Ragen .-.__---=:.13 0 6 .374 Alice Jenks, pianist. Mid-week prayer and Bible (Services in Spanish)

that her mother was leaving this "\rES." She had felt that more champions of Miami Tiger ._. 001 001 OOO.-2 7 0' Owen ..--_11 2 0 .000 Church choir practice each Fri- study; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 10 a. m.

morning for two days at Presby- .l keenly about Edwin than anything In a letter just received from Cab ...... 010 000 000-1 5 2 Clifton 3 0 0 .000 day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately Preaching, 8 p. m.Mothers' .

teriaL She went to telephone Jet- else. "A thing Is either exact- I Batteries: Crowder and Coch-i; Auker 2 0 0 .000 Adams, pianist. following the mid-week Club meets Monday,

trey. ly right or terribly wrong, and Ilidu Bowen, he states that his vane; Carleton, Root and Hart-j I Walker --.__ 1 0 0 .000 service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di 8p.m.

"Dad aren't you a widower to people are either good or very bad. club will come down on Tuesdayand nett. Rowe 5 0 1 .200 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH rector. Bible study and prayer service

night I tried to argue with him once that stage' the first game Tues- The line-up of both teams in to- I Bridges _.4 1 1 .250 Regular monthly meeting of I I Wednesday, 8 p. m.

day night twojjames Wednesday day's game follows: I Eaton Street Between Duval and the Board of Stewards :Monday, "LA TRINIDAD"

night and :one on Thursday eve- Detroit Total 102 14 24 .245 I Simonton Streets at 7:45 p. m., in the pastor's study. Revs. L. Oser and Montero,
James S. Day, Pastor o
White, cf: ; Chicago Cub Pastors

1 ning.The club will leave Friday morn- Cochrane c; Player- AB R. II. Ave. :I Captain Bible School O. T. Pogue at 9:45 superintendent a. m. THE SALVATION ARMY Dnval and Angela Streets

Gehringer, 2b; Galan __.____._.__.*11 1 3 .272 Sunday school, 3 p. m.

ing on the return trip. Goslin, If; Herman ___._.__._12 1 2 .166 I Morning Special worship service at 11 o'clock. Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer Service in Spanish Friday, at

He states that he is bringingthe Fox, rfiRogell Lindstrom ___12 0 3 .250 The will in Charge ':30 p. m. ,
pastor speak on the sub
following players: Bowen, ss; Hartnett ..____..12 0 3 .250 1, "God I 1002 Fleming Street
ject: and the Storm. SOCIETY
Harrell, Martinez; Bill Dean and Owen, Ib; Demaree __12 2 4 .333 I BAU meets in the auditorium, Company meeting (Sunday I

Tom Knight, all members of the i I Clifton, 3bi; Cnaretta __13 1 0 .000 .6:30 p. m. Senior BYPU meets school). 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Kath- 327 Elizabeth Street

Dunn Buss ten; F. Bartavis of the Crowder, p; Hack __ ,. .11 2 3 .272 at the pastorium. Junior societies erine Eldridge, Young Peoples',, Sunday school, 9:30 a. m

I Harton Beer ten; A. Bethel, of I Chicago Jurges __.._ 7 2 2 .286 I meet as usual. Sergeant Major, in charge. j i i i Sunday morning service at 11
'i Galan, If;, Warneke ___ 3 0 0 Holiness 11 1
.000 meeting. a. In.
the Bushkill! team; Joe Domnick Evening worship- at 7:30 o'clock. .c'c:1: ock.f .
and A. Glisson, of the Ahearn !I Herman, 2b; Lee ____ 1 0 0 .000 II The pastor will speak on "Re- Subject: "As the Palm Tree." !I'f Wednesday evening service al

i outfit, and Frank Tappen and Lindstrom cf; Kowalik __ 1 1 1 1.000 ligion of Today." Young People's Legion, 6:30 l8 I[ o'clock.

Henry SchTv-eitzer. of the Dunn : Hartnett, c; French __-- 0 0 0 .000 I Monday afternoon, 4 30 o'clock, p. m. Topic: "A Peculiar People."j 1 I Reading room Society building -

I Buss will be the Demaree, rf; O"Dea ___.__ 1 0 1 1.000 Salvation meeting 7:30 p. m. Friday
ten. pitchers. 1 1i {' Ib regular meeting of the W. M. U. I open 'Tuesdays and
Cavaretta ; Klein ... 3 1 1 .333 I Subject: "Truly Fed and Satisfied :
i The complete line-up is as follows 'I 3b Prayer service, Wednesday frcm 3 to 5 o'clock.
Hack ; Stephenson 1 0 0 .000 i
i : evening, 7:30 o'clock. i I
iJ Hindu Bowen, manager and Jurges, as; Root ______. 0 0 0 .000 I Choir rehearsal, Thursday evening Salvation meeting 8oo.p. m. MIXED BIBLE CLASS

i.. catcher Carleton p; I Henshaw _____ 2 0 0 .000 7:30 o'clock. Street service on Saturday night I I I -
; Umpires-Stark (N. L.), at the I !
Harrell. first base; I I Please note the change o: the at the corner of Fleming and Du-| Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monti-
plate; Moriarty (A. L), first Total102 I I'i
Domnick second base; 11 23 .215 I evening hour from 8 o'clcok to val streets, 7:30 o'clock. duo, Teachers
base Quigley (N. L), second
Dean. third base; 7:30. Midweek service Thursday, 7:30 j I! This class meets every Sunday
base McGowan (A. L.), third short to first Goslin flied
; out to
1 Martinez, shortstop; I p.m. i I 1! morning at the Harris School auI -
A. Bethelsho'tfield base.A. center. Fox flied .out to Hack. iI 1'ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and
; I play by play account of the I No run, no hits no errors. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I 1I I'I
I with
Knight Bartavis and Glisson not any
i women
World Se
fourth game of the 1935 CHICAGO Cavaretta singledto i iI
outfielders ( other Bible Class and regardless
; ties follows: rightH1d his first hit of the Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts
., Tuppen and Henry Schweitzer I I First InningDETROITWhite series. Hack popped out to pitcher. John B. Culpepper, Jr.. Pastor 1106 Olivia Street I I. of denomniations are invited t '
pitchers. I :Morning service at 11 ,o'clock. attend. JL':
struck out. Jurges It is cold Church Sunday school opens at r
It was goad to be digging in the ground. Tuppen !I-as the following record up. very Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. I
I second first. Geh- 10:00 under leadership of
out to
j-Cochrane now-good weather to play with a. m., i neat {Issue
Mr Merchant, the
for the I
: 268 strike .outs night service,
year Sunday
Jeffrey with no trace of t ereave- 'sin struck out. Gerald Saunders general 7:161
was a purely relative term because rniger snow balls. Jurges walked. Carle- superintendent WEST SUNDAY
of toe KEY
has allowed total of 143 hits in
ment in his voice admitted it'Then a thing that was a sin yesterday a '' No runs, no hits no errors. ton struck out. Sorrel and Hog- Each department meet o'clock. I Get
I 54 of trifle service Wednesday -f STAR will interest yo. a
games an average a Evangelistic ,
you must come and have was frequently an act of grace I' CHICAGO Galan, batting sett warming up for the Tigers. in its own assembly room. I 5t.
dinner with me. Edwin will be at a today and that the same thing more than two hits per game. lie I right handed, rolled out to first. Galan flied out to left field. Preaching Snnlcy morning at 7:15 p. m. I I copy. There' money in ct3-3t

merchants' meeting and we can bare might be true of today and tomor has pitched against and defeated I Herman -out Owen to Crowder, No runs one hit, no,errors. 11 o'clock. Subject: "When Prayer and praise service Fri
such clubs Bavarian Beer fen :
a grand time settling the universal row. I might have been swearing In as I I who covered first. Lindstrom fouled Sixth Christ Touches." ---- -----
and the Colonels Inning
." Sanskrit! KentncLr national ,
problems."There's at
out to Owen. Epworth League meeting
nothing I'd like better "He's been wonderful about my champs and the Hollywood1's I No runs, no hits no errors. DETROIT-Rogell flied out to 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins, MONROE COUNTY TENTATIVE BUDGET
Jeffrey assured her eagerly. dereliction.." she admitted hon State Champions. Tuppen has two Second Inning deep right. Demaree made :the leader.
estly. "Not word of But hit to his credit. catch almost against the
"Nor L Any preference about a reproach. no games I I screenOwen
DETROIT-Goslin singled to Sunday evening service at 7:30
the menu!" I he often looks at me as if he'd Just Schweitzer is a faster ball second. Fox doubled to left, Gos- flied out to right. Cliftonhit o'clock. Subject;: "How Did Sin Adopted September 30, 1935GENERAL

"Do you mean it?" His voice was found out that I was a changeling.I ritcher than T.ippen. the ball into left which Galan Start.
lin going to third. Fox went to
wistfuL shock him dreadfunlIer ,." There five named dropped, making Clifton
I are players j i an error.
second. Rogell. batting left handled Mid-week and praise' County OommtsaionersOoanty
prayer ,SftO.O* Salary
"Of course 1 do. This la your : father looked steadily at ber. above who are on the All-State I[ went to second. Crowder singledto 3 I <"." Commissioner
full. service 8:00
walked and bases are on Wednesday at
party." "You are different Mick. More- diamondball ten on the club and I!I left scoring Clifton. Crowderon p. 2M..03.MO.OO. Sheriff Attending County CommtssiesMrs Veettocs

"Then I'd like a steak a foot thick : alive. although that's not exactly they are: Martinez. Tuppen, |I iFrecnh: and Root warming up for first. Galan made another er- m. Judge Criminal Court Record
[I the Cubs. Owen flied out to Iler1 Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- .,%60.0' Fire Department
the word I want I've wondered if
and some French-fried potatoes anda I : Knight Harrell and Bowen. j i ror when he went to throw the S,"#." Election Expenses
piece of apple-pie with Ice-cream." your bid for freedom did that for ; So what Key West will 1'!man. Olifton hit a line drive to j ball in. White Crowder went ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs.\ Joseph 1S".M Legal Adviser
you see up. '
you." second and Fox is caught off. second Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders 'laM siwrvti Registration
And not biscuits! I
: be up against. We will have to to second on a balk by Carleton. WM.OO Repair Ounty Bttftdfng
"And ple-.ty of hot biscuits"Frapces She looked thoughtful "1 think for a double play. choir director. Janitor and Prison Guard
White walked. Cochrane J.SOfl.OOlS
hustle and inlay tail. So out flied out
had been rather restrict perhaps It did." She told him what I No runs two hits, no errors. SMM Light and Fuel
and until Tues- to
ing his diet of late. Too much red Charlotte had said of the relative practice every day CHICAGO-Hartnett hit the e.00 lBuran
West. One run, one hit, two 6,00.00 Miscellaneous Expenses!
meat and too many starches, she Importance of being happy and being I I ball over the right field screen for 4000.00 Operating Peer Howe
Our local boys will show those i -Herman hit for a CHURCHJ. Made (Nt In Pour House)
alive. Allowance t. PaBra
insisted were bad for a man "of his I I a home run. Demaree struck out. &.000.00
And I think she's right; I'd Miami All-Stars how Conchs play 'I" double to center field stands. l, OO.eO Coroners inquest FeesInaanity
age. I Cavaretta struck out. struck
C. Gekeler Pastor see.11 Fees
diamondball. Lindstrom flied out to ,
much rather be alive I second.
She stopped to give Narcissusthe yon sayI out. 1.000.00 Record Book
menu before she went back to am. than merely resigned. Bloody So remember. Busy Bees and Hogsett Auker and Sorrell are Corner of White and Washington ...." Advertising Required fir Law
I I No runs one hit, no errors. Streets 1 < .. Fees Sheriff Oiu Or. hart tVfetk
Funeral out to warming for the Tigers. Her- 1,0 0 "
the garden and dropped on her I but unbowed: you know. Lopez Homers go ; Third Inning up 1 1.000.00 Fees Clerk Gen. Clr. Court i1bek Bee.rd4ag
knees before the annual bed. I He nodded soberly and thought the park every afternoon from 3 DETROIT Crowder who man went to third after the catch. Sunday school meets at 1C: a. Comm. Tax Coll *t.r art

"Miss: Emily that ain't no Job to I with a stab of pain that he would to G. o'clock and practice. Do not I left handed but, bats Hartnett struck ont. Demaree lin- m. A. C. Elgin, superintendent.. *,0'." Tax Assessor
a little thing lat yon. Wait till! 1 have given everything! he possessedto wait! tfnyt, the,; umpire yells "play ed out to Gehringer.No The Adult Bible Class is taughtby I H.910.00
right-handed, singled to right.
gits to It." have her merely unbowed. ball" on the night of the first runs one hit, no errors. the pastor. FakE AND FORFEIT-IRE KtSD

"But this is the part 1 like best. "Suppose. he suggested thoughtfully game. I White singled to right field Crow-I Seventh Inning Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 3 5,05e.01 Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff 0Mt >I s

Andrew. She thought of Kipling: ."that"Ou-keep on trying with I der gonig to second. Demaree DETROIT-Gehringer Sermon topic: "An Obligation !,.*...-> Constables Cost BfllsSalary
threw to Jr.rges who tagged singled; ..... Clerk Criminal ObwrtOewntr
Edwin t.
and wenl see which way Is Springing From the Beatitude of
"Adam wa a gardener and God. White. Root and French still to right Root. Kowalik and Hen e00.00 Judge Cost HillsSZ
best mine.And If it PARK BOYS DOWN\ warm-
yours or Psalm 32-
who made himsaes doesn't'I shaw still warming up for the Pardon Please read : Jaee Peace Coat Btlte ti. o .
ing Cochrane walked: Geh- *
That half a proper gardener's wore work honey I l stay with you till up. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Bailiff Fees
Is done upon his kneea-" the last gun's fired. ringer hit to center. Lindstrom got. Cubs. Wind getting colder. Gos :...... Witness FeesKziMStae
HIGH SCHOOL TENBOTH lin flied out to right. Fox Geh- The sermon, which is the concluding a00.4M Criminal Pr.nentsai
This was the only time she admitted Jeffrey had Just left when Edwin his hand on the ball but dropped i j up. one on Courtship and Marri ....*... Feeding Prisoners '
stole i
to herself, that she felt atease came home. Edwin was president of it. Gehringer credited with a two- ringer Fox struck Search of 1. 0.00 1Hseefaneors Expenses ,
is entitled "In a
out. Rogell walked. Owen out age, CM:00 Salary Jvdir JamOe Os rt
In that position. the Merchants'Association now: the bagger. Crowder scored, Cochraneat Queen." 41.00 .. ProWtiwi. Offk r ..

youngest man ever to hold the of. HURLERS TOSSED FAIR thrid and Gehringer on second. I pitcher to firstNo Mid-week Bible Study on Wed- 8,000.99 ('_t,. Sottettvr and CMvttaFtec, *
looked keenly at her lice Ha took his duties very serI- Goslin walked. Fox forced Coch-, runs one hit no errors. -
JEFFREY nesday at 7:30 p. m. Please read 22.050.00
ously. BALL TEN ERRORS CHICAGO Cavaretta rolled .
the candle-lit table. ; rane at the pltte, Ca'aretta to 1
You look a little tired. Mick. Emily accepted a kiss of greeting Hartnett. Bases still loadedP.ogell out to first. Hack out, third to Luke 11:5-8. the Parable of the ROAD FED

Feeling all right?" that was a trifle absentminded. COMMITTEDBy : struck out first Jurges walked. Klein. batting Mid-Night Caller. >$< 1..41.Z.000.00... Salary Labor:Material .

She wasn't but she hesitated to "Was It a good meeting One run. three ,hits no errors for Carleton, Trent out, pitcher to Please note the change: in time 2JOO.OO HJscetlaneoa Expense

lay another worry upon his shoul "Fairly. The attendance wasn't first of the Sunday evening service
CHICAGO Juries out third to
ders. They weren't, she realized what it should have been and it's ( JOVE) first. Carleton-who bats left hand-;I No runs no hits, no errors. which is to begin at 7:30 o'clock. 3 7.200./ FACIAL. ADVERTISING! FEND' ,

sadly, as strong as they had once very hard to accomplish much unless The Bayview Park boys defeated ed but pitches righthanded. walk-, Eighth Inning 10,000.00 Advertising
been. She loved him so much that there's concerted action but the High School ten in the first CONGREGATIONAL
ed. Galan, batting: left handed now pitching SPECIAL BO\D AND 1 ITBRE FOND.
the sight of him across her dinner- we got several Important measures game of the second half of the flied out to RogelL Herman poppedout for the Cubs. Clifton flied out to I $ .1100.00 Sinking: Fund '

table made her throat feel tight passed. Social League's schedule, the final to Owen > center. Crowder flied out to left. 527 William StreetE. 611.110 interest due 1>MINDEBTEDNESS
"Nothing but spring fever. dar "I'm glad of that.She tried to
7 to 5. Richard Evans Pastor
be score was No runs. no hits no errors :> White struck out. S S.CCO.OO
Interested but groceries
Bug I always get this when were
difficult to get excited over-unless. The Park boys scored one in I Fc.rth Inning No runs, no hits, no errors. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. FEND
spring comes. of de- I the second inning but the School DETROIT-Owen flied out to CHICAGO-Galan out secondto Morning worship at 11 o'clock. $ %:.654:1 Certificate of indebtedness
looked relieved but course you were suddenly
He not .
reassured. was afraid you prived of them. outfit put over four in the third. I I center. Clifton flied out to cen- first Herman out, third to first. The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- 11,137.45 10.S2C.OS lavtereatCertificate General Revenue Warrant f Isdsbtadaass 2*** MICFtae

were worrying about something." (Cepyrigat. 1535 tj Jfana Simt) I The Bayview ten came right back ter. Crowder walked. White got a Lindstrom out.second to first. per will be administered. Dr. Al- 10.G21.0S aM Forfeiture Warraat Nl ttkM
= and scored two in the third. In free Crowder going to sec No runs, no hits, no errors. fred DeBarritt will be in charge.I .,..1.1% Ferry Warrant Not PaidK.
It was a leading remark she knew. pass. I 0. Thompson. Sheriff Gen Crlm. hart Work
"I stopped worrying. Dad. eightToday's ca'.t"d: : :: Edwin's apparent i the fourth the' School boys addedone I,I ond. Cochrane flied out to right Ninth InningDETROITCochrane Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. June, July, Angr.
a furious scene. i1 jt more and the Park two more. i singled j Evening worship 7:30 o'clock.j 1.11.7'X.. O.: Thompson, Sheriff, Feeding Prtaonera, July,

-' ---_ -----1 tied. field.No This service will be sacred I Ha.U AOK.K. .
- The score was runs, no hits, no errors.CHICAGOLindstrom through second. Gehringer sacri.$ a con- 0. Thompson. Sheriff, Inquest Fee Atwell MeU -

..;..................... New York !lawyer and soldier. In the fifth the A. B. C. out- I out second ficed him to second. Goslin walk-I'cert of anthems, solos!, quartettes I i!..' -. Unmet
I't'r. j fit shoved over their last run of to first. Hartnett out, third to ed intentionally. Fox flied out to j and duets. 1C.04 F. O. Roberts, J. P, Inquest Fees Jose loot
President 21st President, J. V. Harris, Pt. Salary Mar, Jane, Jaly. Aug.Rmcell
the game and in the last half of first. Demaree.popped: out to catch-, Herman. Rogell struck opt Mid-week service, Wednesday 1JJ.78 Comes, Inquest Fees Atwell a4 MeOeo

j I born at Fairfield, Vt. Died in I Ij the 5th Johnson landed on one No runs, one hit. no errors. evening at 7:30 o'clock.'CATHOLIC 51..' Witness and Jurors inquest Fred OrlastTHtness
Anniversaries j! New York City, Nov. 18, 1886. of those fast breaking curves that er.No runs no hits, no errors CHICAGO-Hartnett lined out I 2 tc.se'.SO WitnesS and and Jurors Jurors,, Inquest Inquest Charlotte Henry Atwell JfeOee

a a...................... i! Berl Pinder was d livering'and Fifth Inning to Rogell. Demaree singled to CHURCH C4.C33.
knocked it clear into the streets out ( to left and $
I DETROIT Gehringer right. Cavaretta singled 1
1703--Jonathan Edwards, colo- 1848-Edward L. Trudeau, physician INTEREST! AND SINKING' FEND
for a home'run, scoring Valdes Demaree went to second. Hack hit St Mary's Star of the Sea )
nial. New England Congregational pioneer in the fight against ahead of him and winning the for the Park team were outstand-!{! to Rogell. who threw to Herman I Rev. Wm.' Reagan, S J., USc.us- Due lIse

clergyman born at F..a'tVindsor, tuberculosis born in :New York ball game. ing.i Herman to Owen for a double in charge 11.000. Principal Due 1924

Conn. Died March 22: 1758. I City. Died at Saranac Lake N. At bat the leaders were Knowles Score by innings: R. H. E. Order of services for this lU.JU Sinking Fund UJCEXERAt.

Y., Nov. 15, 1915.18.J8Thomas : and Woodson for the School boys High School play.No runs two hits, no errors. church: UU.UU' I

1713-Denb Diderot, French- : and Gonzalez and Johnson for the 004 110 0-6 7 5 Sunday morning Masses will be ffcnooi. FED

philosopher-writer, born. Died II I Park ten. Bayview Stars- SonreoM will be paid for reading said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. Amount Estimated by iklloor Boar U..4iDC

July 30, 1784. P. O'Connor In the field C. Knowles aid E. 012 220 x r7 1 5 the **.** advertisements in the Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. $ 9C.SSS.I7 Special Tax School ttftet)
CnplLsh-lrkh editor politician, I Pinder for the A. B. C. aggregation Batteries: B. Pinder and E. Nelson SUNDAY STALL Why not yo.?I Evening service at 7:30 o'clock,. | 1J.7JS00SCHOOL. Amount Estimated by School Board

1830-Chester A. Arthur, teach- j om. Died Nov 18, 1929. and Blackwell and F. Loper ; Elwood and J. Russell oct5-lt Sundays and Fridays.


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comptroller that the city really, the''

Junior Woman's Club Holds FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE E. Richard Evans, pastorof the Fleming Street Metho- had an 1 ordinance the in effect on October -' ELECTION, NOVEMBER. The Young Pepole's Department "0..,in f i
day of J
payment ]
CONDUCTED TOMORROW the Congregation church, plans dist Church Sunday evening, the license 12, 1935 Council of the Ley Memorial !
Enjoyable Meeting Yesterday started, although the ordi-! 555 55 5 55 5 55 555 55 5 S S 555 5 A '
AFTERNOONMrs. to leave soon for De Leon Springsto pastor, Rev. Shuler Peele, wiH use ,nance was not passed until a late! Church will meet tomorrow ;

attend the annual ministers' as his sermon subject "How ShallI 'hour on that day, which was the! For Mayor evening after the regular! church: .

One of the most delightful social -,Johnson, Zenia IIoff and Barbara II conference, being held there Live?" reason that applicants applied to! DR. H. C. GALEY service, it is announced.A .

affairs of the early fall season -; Carey. Herminia Garcia, 27, died October 7-9. This will be, a special sermon I the county. The council contends! attendance.request is made for a large j

was the meeting in the Key: Enjoying the afternoon were:; that the city should receive its!' For Mayor
-this mornnig 8 o'clock in Mercedes Rev. Evans will return to Key for the young people, after which
W Woman's Club home yesterday -Misses Juanita Mayg, Priscilla'[ I i portion of this money inasmuch asj I
hospital. Funeral services
afternoon of the Junior Wornan's Falcon, Martha Carbonell Solita''II I West the latter part of next week, the officers of the Epworth I it was stated that no one applied' Subscribe to The Citizen.MONROE 1
will be held tomorrow afternoon 5
Club. I Cobo, Lottie McLean, Ada Rod-I!j o'clock from the residence, 415 and the will following be in charge Sunday.of"all services League for the ensuing year will I I to the city on October 1 for thej.; Reelection I.

'riguez. Edith Russell Alee Curry, be installed by the license in question 1
Exciting and interesting games Catherine street. Rev. Win. H. pastor.A although ant
During his absence Dr. DeBar- For Councilman THEATER .
of Bridge and Michigan were Geraldine Steadman and Florrie i : special section of seats will !I; ordinance was in effect covering:
Reagan. of St. Mary's Star of the ritt will I
1 be in of
charge the
played and when the scores were Ketchings. Sea Catholic church, will officiate. ing service tomorrow. The morn- be reserved for the young peoplc.1 I I the issue on that day. DR. ARMANDO COBO JOAN BLONDELI,. :

,totalled Mrs. Edward MtCarthy!j Mesdames Allan B. Cleare, jr.,J Lopez Funeral Home will be in I hour evening !: It was stated at the meeting I' 1
will be
given All pepole not attendnig
over to young that the For Police Justice BROADWAY GONDOLIER
was declared winner of the Bridge Joseph Lopez, George Gomez charge of arrangements.. law specified that licenses
I a scared concert. their church cordially in-
prize and :Miss Martha Carbonell. Ellis England, Daniel Lewis, Edward Mrs. Garcia is survived by her vited own and the are 1'I.would be payable on October 1, T. S. CARO Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra
are expected I
winner of the Michigan prize. The McCarthy, Homer Herrick, husband Renaldo Garcia two I grown-ups .and did not state as to what hour. ; 15-20CS Nights lS-25c
': ; to bq present.Someone _ _
consolation was awarded to Mrs. .William M. AVnold' and Mrs. Louis children, Renaldo Jr. and Onelia I A.DEBARRITTTOCONDUCT ,and that during the late after- For Captain of Police

Ruth Wilson. j I Wilson, of New Orleans, who isi I Garcia; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gil will be paid for reading noon, prior to the 5 o'clock: closing ALBERTO CAMERO

After the prize awards a de'J-!: visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'], Garcia; one sister, Miss Dulce the ***" advertisements in the hours of the city, that the ,

eious salad course was served by J. Otto Kirchheiner, and was Maria Garcia and two brothers, I SERVICE SUNDAY STAR. Why not you 1octS1t,said ordinance was in effect For Captain Police The Season's SwankiestFOOTWEAR j

the hostesses, Misses Romeda! guest of the. club. I Gil, Jr. and Rogelio Garcia. After disposing of a few other
_. I I r I matters of minor importance, and
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In the absence of Rev. E. R. the reading of reports of officers, "Bobby"Mr. >>1>>

Dance Tonight At I I II Arrange For HOME HYGIENE j I Evans; the Rev. Alfred de Bar- : PROCLAMATIONTO the meeting was ordered ad- Fashion's last word in

I i rit .will. preach in the Congregational -]. TIlE journed. Merchant, the next issue, leathers and t'olor.TIC, !
HabanaMadridDancing Melody I ': church Sunday morning at of the KEY WEST SUNDAY Pump* and Oxfords. They'rebeautiful
I 11 o'clock. The Lord's Supperwill LEGALS STAR mil interett you. Get a
I : word for it, come in and see for
music The eleventh West
entrancing Key Melody I be observed. copy. There money ia it.
Notice is hereby given that on yourself!
in an atmosphere of tropical delight Hour will be presented on Thursday I The evening service will be devoted XITICK OK :W''T.IIL..: oct3-3t
Tuesday November 12, 1935 Nine IS IIKHKHY UIVEX. EVERY SHOE IN STOCK
is the alluring promise given'by October according to announcement The FERA is riving a course I .!to a sacred_ concert ._ there will be held in the City of that under and by virtn of and REDUCED FOR SATURDAYAND
Manager Juan Carbonell to the! of study in Home Hygiene and purllllant to that certain decree
made today 55 55 S SSSS SSS 555 5 555 S SSSS Key West, the bi-annual general mad and entered on the 20th day,I SPECIAL OFFER TUESDAY.
,patrons of the Habana-Madrid j I Careo r.,.the#Sick, at the Clinic on election for the election of all of September, A. JX: 1MS .by the I! THE NEW DRESSES YOU
Charles Roberts
Club who are present tonight.Mr. j j or-',: United fetreet'every Monday and CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Honorable .Jefferain I*. Brown,! WANT .
Carbonell announces that, ganist'of St. Paul's Church, will Thursday afternoon, states Mrs. City officials, made elective by One of the JndKritaipf .. the Circuit! PERMANENTWAVES'Two (
the Charter the of Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-| They're here in new materialand
of Key
the club has completed all necessary -' be the General Music Director in I M. L. Smith,'president of the City rnit vf MonroeClfciWLB.. Florida. In i Permanents S5.00 j t'oIoI'-DretfieS for all or

arrangements and is now, Charge of the program, upon in- I class.: West, and laws relating theretoin Chancery" in thalCCrrtain cans'' for ...-.-.....-. rations. Smartly styled and
therein pending wbfrvnKtierIia A.
prepared to serve the club's!vitation by the Commodore This classi.sconducted> by Mrs. the manner and formprovidedby Sawyer .eornpaln5W.5d The: Better Waves $5.00 and up finely tailored.

patrons any or all of the many' 1 I Katherine, Canova. R. N., and is a 5SS55S55555SS5S55.55.... the City organic law, Acts of t kl.n'al .C exquisite which I some and healthy enjoyment is'iff> *)tiufcse,of six weeks. 1919, Laws of Florida, and Acts The First!' Nattnnal' Stank Ladies' Wool Tweed Suit
beverages are 'I e LOST of Key We... a corporati.*.,Hrrr'Gwjnn Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574iPEARLMAN'S >
served in clubs of the first class. the aim of the Habana-Madrid its lj i Every woman of Key West. amendatory thereof. and Hilda Owynn, his wife)! I each ........-..._.._....h 31.95
Each ward of the City con- are defendants the undersigned! Corded Silk Dresses and 2-
'whJ'is Siot
Satisfaction and service, cour- manager and employes, as will be attending, is missinga LOST-Brindle pup, screw tail, Special Master in Chancery, ap-i
stitutes election district. There Piece Suits ......._ $1.95
tesy and congeniality and unequalled -, realized by those who attend the ; wonderful opportunity, and white blaze on face. $1.00 re( an pointed by said decree, will offert! '
will be in each ward a polling for sale and *ell at public outcry to'' Our stock of Ready-to-Wear
of who families
opportunities for wholejSPECIAL ;dance this evening. ;those us : ward. 312 Eaton street. Inc. 1
the highest' bidder for cash before is complete in every detail.
._ .. ;especially should: be interested, it I oct5ltxMISCELLANEOUS place, election inspectors and a the front door ..f the County Court!; INTERESTING NEW SILKSIf
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is stated.The clerk of election, appointed for House in Key \West ilonroe County: (This Store will be closed
making -
are planning on
Florida, on Monday November 4th,! you
SERMON : .I".I'I' '." 1"J11 course is "Home Hygiene I :: I II said ward. A. D.: 1535., (same bring a rule day;: Monday) a new dress, don't fail to
J1 'and Care of the Sick" put out by | The said inspectors will make of said Court and a legal sales day)1 COMPLETE SHOWINGFall see the line of new Silk Fabrics
I public proclamation of the during the legal hours .f sale, to-' Winter I -the and
TO SUBSCRIBERS the Red Cross. DIESEL-Men wanted to start opening wit: between 11 O'clock in the" and largest most pif
SUNDAY EVENING I Those who are attending report immediate training in this vicinity and closing of the polls, according forenoon and Z O'clock in the afternoon WINTER APPARELWe turesque assortments of tit
having already received valuable to law. of sa'id day the followingdescribed have received the signs and colors in years.
to install
If you do act receive your operate and serv-! The officers for the of property to satisfy _idd..r..e proval of the most ap-I CELOPIIANE SILK A new
City Key
information and are enjoying the ice DIESEL ENGINES in power -( by payment of the amounts
material for Afternoon'
Sunday evening Rev. J. B. Cul- paper by 6:15 o'clock in the I informality and social side of the plants, trucks, tractors, etc. West to be elected at said election therein specified: buyers. and
On the Island of Evening wear.
: Key Westand
pepper, Jr., will use for his sub- afternoon call telephone 51 classes. I Consultation service and tools are as follows: I* Lot Nine (I) of Square "Your selection is t 40 inch Silk Printed Tweed.

ject "How Did Sin Start?" and a paper will b. sent to I All women are invited and urg- furnished. Write giving me- ONE ((1)) MAYOR Four, (4))> in Tract Twenty- -it surpasses all previous seasons" I regular! $..00, Saturday ami
is the commentof
Rev. Culpepper says, "How I your borne. A complaint boyis : ed to come and join the class, Mrs. ( chanical qualifications. Schoeck SEVEN ((7)) COUNCILMENONE :Martello seven (27)Towers according subdivision to the all those popular who visited bar Tuesday ......*......... 69c
could something come out of nothing Smith states. Diesel Training Alton. Illinois. ((1)) CITY CLERK plat of which is duly recordedin store the few days. JUST IN Shipment Mercerized
? How could sin begin when on duty at this office from septl4-21-28oct5-12-U>x ONE ((1) TREASURER list IJu<>k. 1, pare II*. in the past I Printed TwceiK
records of the County of Mon OUR SHOWING OF EX-
everything was pure and holy?" 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the ( ONE ((1)) TAX COLLECTOR- rue State of Florida. I CLUSIVE STYLES regular SOc, on sale 35c

sin is of delivering com WDY'KEYWESfii' FOR KENT ASSESSORONE AL.T..AN R. CLEAR1.In. Printed Cotton Tweed yd. 15c
Rev. Culpepper says caus- purpose :
Special :Master in cbancery.1 POPULAR PRICED SHOESis I Ladies' Silk Blouses
ing all our heart aches, hardshipsand plaints Help ns five yon 100 (1) CHIEF OF POLICE KAYMONU R. LORn.SuUc.Itor I outstanding and most attrac- I ..._..----- ..m.. $1.00 and $1.95
sorrow today. So he would' I FOR RENT-5-room furnished ONE (1)) CAPTAIN NIGHT for the Complainant.
percent service by caling 51 ( I st-pts; ocl;-1.U-U I tive. Every style personally JUST RECEIVED 25 !shades
appreciate Key Westers hearing if do not receive The Citi- By RED KERCE apartment. Laundry tubs and.POLICE selected, and with our cus 56 inch All Wool Flan m-1.

him on this great subject. yon SSSSSSS SSS SSS SSSSSSSS 555 garage. 514 :Margaret street. ONE (1) POLICE JUSTICE tomers' style approval and I per yard ...._ _...._ 1.48
zen. Phone 152- r. septlStf THREE ((3)) ELECTION COM I' BENJAMIN LOPEZ I comfort given special con- ; ALL THE NEW MILLINERY
S S S S S....S S S S S S S 5S.S S S S S And ever so often, while nurs- MISSIONERS.' TWO TO BE sideration- I TYPES
rl' .I"I .I'.IT.I'.I. : ing a day dream, a pet illusion TWO AND FIVE ROOM FUR ELECTED FOR FOUR YEAR I $1.98 $2.50. $2.95, $3.50 I WINTER WEAR-in the desired -

PERSONAL MENTION I -- I gives us a swift kick in the pants. ISHED APARTMENT. Conveniences TERM, AND ONE FOR TWO Serving Key West $3.95 pair colors for all O<
.1 PLANS SERMON I porches. 519 Eliza- Half Century 2-Piece Tailored Suits and
55555..........SS5SSS.S I A child is \ YEAR TERM.WM. 24 Hoar Ambulance Service- I Swagger Suites .... $5.95 up I NEW LINGERIE SHOWING
3-year-old reportedwho beth street. Apply 523 South
II. MALONE, Licensed Embalmer Dinner and Evening Gowns..._ Beautiful new garmentsGowns.

Henry Cavendish, special fea- ON RELIGION knows perfectly many current ard street sept4HOLTSBERG'S sept30; oct- -12-14 :Mayor.\ Phone 135 Night 696-\\ __ -__---.--- ..... $6.73 up Pajamas. Step-ins.
ture writer, who was in Key West government terms.Vhether thisa : Street and Afternoon Dresses I Sets Panties, Etc.

for two days, left yesterday aft- bouquet for the child, or a result '_m" ...._._...h__" $3.95up I NEW ITEMS
ernoon by plane for Miami. of the low mentality of the Scarfs. Bags. Hats and Hose to FOR THE HOME-

"The Religion of Today" i is the New Deal, isn't yet determined. I !("HJi1I match. PAY US A VISIT While north Mr. Appelrouth

Curtis assistant WPA' s bject of a special sermon Rev. purchased an unusual collection -
James S. of the First 4 7f.otei'A. : TUESDAY SALE of new things for the home
Day, pastor
left Subscribe, to Tne Citizen.aBHBMBB .
West by. l.
director in Key .
35c Travel Prints .... such
j Baptist Church, will- deliver Sunday _. yard 23c as beautiful curtain'.
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plane yesterday afternoon for Miami evenin, THE CREAM OF THE DEPARTMENT STORE FLORIDAFwAq 2-Piece Brother and Sister draperies, tapestries, scarf,
for a business and pleasure HBl '.s FALL SELECTION AT POPULAR Jersey Suits, $1.25 value, pillows etc.Spend .

visit over the weekend.Rev. j I present The address day conditions has! to do alai vith the PRICES SEE OUR 618 DUVAL STREET at._..._.____u...___..___..__ 89c a while i. o.r storelooking
Special Purchase Leather
over the tLi. ..
''thinking man's attitude tard I WINDOW DISPLA'Y THEY Bags .....*... .__ _.. 50c new .
NEW FALL m' -'' -
I them. TELL THE STORY. I Special Purchase Evening, Bags,
Congregational Church, left byj I The sermon is directed tj those I Now showing most outstand- LitSh. ., ': ; I $1.50 value ....._..._....._ 98c SATURDAY AND
plane yesterday for Miami I ing line of Ladies' Dresses ever ,. I. ; $4.50 Flannel. Coat Jackets all TUESRAYWe
nj I who are "trying to think: their TI.W. si .1 "; s!";
route to a ministerial convocajtion way throu.;; 1" present day rclcltion.sb'ps. 20 DOZEN NEW FALL WASH I shown in the city- aS... S.d. .d .,", ,;;,....,,' colors ..._ ... $2.95 j' ( Will B. Closed Monday)
DRESSES sizes 14 to 46 5..d.. Knitted
at DeLeon Springs and ex- on I Blouses and Sweaters,
to return next Friday. sale. at- I VELVETS WOOLENSSILK GA1AGIud.e '. ,, $1.50 value ...-.-..-...-... $1.19 -THESTORE -
poets CREPES I Lrfroi.; :;;. -'!$ $2.25 Plaid! Wool Skirts $1.48 I
...55 5 55 S 55 S 5 55 5 5 55 SSS S SToday's Sl.OO I I OF FASHION
Attorneys Jack Kirchik and I s_ MAYILOWEI SALE ON SHOES :
Horoscope TERIALS in a large variety of ,
Walter Dunnigan, who were in shades-Black, Brown. Navy 300 pairs New Fall Shoes, II' City's Leading Ladies' StoreI.

Key West on matters to be heard: .S.SSSSS..S..SS..SS.SS.S Package of 500 Sheets I Opening up 50 pieces of new I Red, Green Purple; Prices to -... : $2.50 to $3.25 values $1.98 I APPELROUTH

before Judge Jefferson B. Today's native is apt to be silks, featuring new Fall weaves suit any parse! :g..o" 0 ... d .d e. $5.00 Lopin Jacket Coats $3.50 ,

Browne, in circuit court, left by frivolous. There is plentv
plane yesterday for Miami. a sympathetic nature 'nci a' CUL SHOOTING STAR, New assortment of FALL Z4 SATES..strnsdwTI. GASAGS ----- -- -- -- -.- --- ..-

lot of ss!>uanc.-e; but th"!! nii-d is PAPER PEEPHOLE COCONUT, MEL- SHOES for Ladies and Chil _________
J _
dren. t
Al Manucy, of the WPA research -\ inclined it, I he light: and careless: ; ROSE CARNIVAL, NUGENT : Blue Blacks, Browns, Navy FLAGLERIn. iC.I".I"A''I'I'.I'IIII.llTII.li't
; Pumps, OxfordsLowand
department, left yesterday, rather improvident of THE TAFFETTA METLASE ,
; forgetful EMBROIDERY I High Heels, pair Imm.5 .W? '
by plane for Miami to be gone fsr; past experience and carees.J of the and JEWEL in 7s1bpid.SATEs.s.oi 5.e

a short time-on business. largely future. responsible Early training for: the will result.be I ARTMAN PRESS all the new SHADES.FALL RENAISSANCE 1 S1.98Ladies' UP \ Which Advertisement In The

Ernest Mears, sponge dealer of i : and Juniors' WOOLEN ; .. ,, _ _

arrived this morning from Tampafor I 51 SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF I II COAT SUITS in a beautiful | SUNDAY STAR

a short stay on business and! There are tidings from the I CHILDREN'S COATS IN I array of colors; prices

is the guest of his son and daugh-I southwest of the marriage of a I ALL SIZES UP TO 14 AT I

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. dainty damsel who tips the scalesat S5.95 UP &

Trice.II. C.1 350;; pounds. We should think $2.95 $4.95I I & Is The Best Advertisement?

the groom might: almost feel as .."....._.dlle.. Leadl. .<< Ilter $5.95 NEW EVENING WRAPS
S. McClanahan, a if he were leading a double life AND ; AND EVENING DRESSES
from the THE SEMINOLE in all the leading fall shades 5
[ starL-George Ryan in :
inspector of the state plant
grove the Boston Herald. I Just the type coats needed in come in and look them over- I
board, who was on a' business ..f Key West TROPICAL I we are sure you will like them. Tit GEORGE WASHINGTON A prize is offered for the best opinion

trip to Hawthorne, Fla., was a returning ,, .... .. .. .. .....
Someone will for reading W' .,..j, WEAVES Largest assortment of CHIL- JOO -uI < $!
I.e.paid > with SCARFS 1 I
passenger on the Cuba : and 0-J 5._ 1a1 sd ..... \
the "*" ;' DREN'S DRESSES in woolens twy cm.'mn See the SUNDAY STAR October 6
from Tampa this morning. advertisements in the r TAMS TO MATCH. ad acm I._...d aim cmbd, I ,
: cottons and silks.
SUNDAY STAR. Why not you? "' t':4JseksssIII ::: SATES St.OO mJ tip. GAlAGE ;
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:Mrs.\ J. A. Bogart was an arrival octS-lt ;", ; : Ii; : I .". \\1 h.I ."' ; U '::::. I t III.I".I'I.lIIIII'Jii.
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I on the Cuba from Tampa ths; '- .. "ij.

morning to join Mr. Bogart, as- ;;' --.,.

sistant to H. S. Riddle, state PALACEFredric --"_ I .--t .I"" .4T.I' .I' .I" ""' ;''' 1J'i'' _

WPA engineer, 'who is in Key March-Charles: Laugh- '
West business.A. ton in ] .. F1.rIla
on LES MISERABLESComedy j CH UI. B. GIUSER.: :VamaajrrIA he jJoodu'in1zejI:

R. Miller, superintendent of I where human you,wilt home-ilk find y..r InstItutIon isivi5i Have Your Motor Analyzed 't

the P. and O. S. R. Company. who. Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c i ,'...f.rt mm* e.i.'isi.rn.t a mat-!} 'DOn ,

was on a brief business visit tol tar of great Importance. ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

Tampa returned this morning on \\\""""'IISPEND/ i -h..ii.ii. issteda. I Our new MOTOR-ANALYZING EQUIPMENT .
A. teri Iieepe.t 5 :
the Cuba. \ 1 t.e beset .f the elty Locates Your ; Be to To txt the original Davi 100% Par Paint'MADE _
Motor Trouble Immediately sure .; IN BALTIMORE.
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Mrs. R. Rcaddick was an arri- Every Room wltn Combination Tub I look. for Davis 100% PaR Paint ha*-ofUal ttttt !WI

val on the Cuba this morning fora sr YOUR ii and Shower Iialh. Radio. Electric ALL WORK GUARANTEED this Label imitate*,bvt never 4.plicated. ...-:=':::"
i .; Ceillnic .'an. Slat Door for Summer 4 Davit ltO :
% Paint conform, with :::=:=
visit with relatives. '
Ventilation. Comfortable Ued with
VACATION 1 I!I I Mattresses of Inner Spring Contraction all pare p-mt law sad if the only' pain ::.:::.--
and Individual Reading UOpIjRf# ,that Carrie 5 guarantee vf purity" =
Mr. and :Mrs. F. Lowe arrived ', Lamps. Colonial Service Station

on the Steamship Cuba this: = THIS YEAR IN : I|I RATES PAIN'l'I r tins Guarantee on the Label-

morning from Tampa for a stay IFLORIDA114Zd : SlafleT i S --B= ..,...._-----0... 1...__.,_........___ _
in Key West with relatives. K* R H.* B.. Private Private Bath listS
*: H..:.. Private Bath == J-1: 11IE.H.RDAVIS co. ds
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rodriguez, / I :24 R__.. Private Bath *.** PHONE 397 J89II DALTIHORE.MQ

who were visiting in Tampa, returned I. Smmtftr n__.. Private Bath **.| G.
on the Cuba this morning. .SLIGHT! 1*(OCCtTAUCT"Rf"tlF. FOR DOl'BLllj\.I.1'.I-.I".I.1".I.1 C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streetsy I


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