The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00318
 Material Information
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 7, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00318
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Questions By Press Unit I START MOVING I I'' DIRECTOR OF STATE BUREAU GIVES MRS. iRkiRECEIVES \ Detroit Takes Concluding


Irritate League Leaders Game By Score Of 4 To 3

AND TAKEN TO JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 7'1Florida's the nation, and when the -
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formal notificationthat -
tions are advertised we
rlSII4TI'.I"ATIAYALA PORT EVERGLADES after November 1, the tran- attrac-I PER- ........................
pect to draw people not QUESTION INVOLVED lererlal to Tae C..11*..>
Correspondents Meet In sient problem would be up to the
JOINS IN Preparations are being made individual political subdivisions to wealth but also people without'I TAINS TO VALIDITY OF

Conference With American today to remove some of the roll solve, was contained! in a letter wealth. When we advertise climate "PARITY CLAUSE" IN APPROPRIATION ........................ -The Detroit Tigers this afternoon -

CHORUS 'WE HAVE ing stock which has been marron- sent today by Henry Redkey, di- we attract sick people wit Batting averages for the fire

Liberty League On NO BANANAS NOW ed in the yards of the Florida East rector of the state transient bu- money as well as those without LAW games of the World Series pla.ed;: iron their first World Cham

Coast Railway company since the reau, to all boards of county com- up to and including yesterday
"New Deal" ProblemsBy "Ye. we have no banana I storm of September 2. missioners and mayors of cities of "Secondly, Florida has always lows: fOI-1 picnship title in five World Series
five thousand
At that time there were a num- over population. i
Detroit Titers
aid A. FAyala sale manager Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, presidentof
ber of coaches of the company The letter read: I depended in normal times on a they have played in whoa! they
Player- AB n. H.
of the West Electric
Key Avei f
The also a dining car several pullman "We wish to advise you that large reservoir of itinerant labor the Monroe County Council of White ._____..__..__19 3 S the Cabs 4 to 3
HERBERT PLUMMER Company, telling [ .263'J defeated Chicago
tllyAkMtriafrd ..rr... Citizen of the duappearence I! cars. the "Nautilus" tank specimen acting under instructions from to carry on agriculture, citrus and P.-T., Ais in receipt of a letter Cochrane ..______._.19 1 4 .210.
i car of the Shedd Aquarium the Federal Emergency Relief ...____.._ 4 7 .466
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.-The of one whole bunch and all tourist business!!, consequently it Gehringer .19 in the sixth gane. The Tiger
hands of another of Chicago and other equipment.It Administration in Washington, I from Mrs. O. F. Parvin, official of Goslin ._..__11 4 5 .29.
except two is only natural for these people to
corps of Washington newspaper in his I is understood as many of we have discontinued the accept-!I I Fox .___.____.21 0 8 .380 took the series four game to two.
bunch from thje trees I these cars as possible will be ance of non-resident persons for return with the season in search state organization, telling oi Rogen .____.__._._..20 0 5 .2$0

correspondents, grown accustomedto yard Two on bunches Division which street.he and 'loaded on the Ferry Palma also relief from special transient funds 1 I of employment.i the activities being carried on in Owen ..._____18 2 0 .0&0 French for the Cubs and Bridgesfor

almost anything these the north apron of the north en September 20. Until that time ;I i "The third reason." Redkey Clifton _____.__..10 1 0 000 ,
expect his had been watchinggrow .
family ferry slip and the vessel proceed all non-resident persons who were I continued "and probably of the interest of the schools: of Florida -'Rowe ...._____...._.___ 8 0 2 .%50 lha Tiger were hit hard giv
days, were treated to a novel experience to maturity and priding tomorrow to Port Everglades l in need of relief were cared for I I Greenberg _.__._.._ G 1 1 .167
themselves the luscious i the most important the publication and : in al i 12 bits each.
urging cooperation ins
on is ,
by t the transient department of !
Upon arrival there the processof I Bridges ___._____ 5 1 1 ..200I
when the American Liberty fruit morning, and and to find awaken that one of unloading and placing the I the Florida Emergency Relief Ad-I of repo.-ts 11 the north on I i matters bearing; on the subject. Walker .-------.._-. 2 0 0 .000 In the ninth in/ io.j Bridges

League got them together for one apron will begin and as soon as!! ministration. Unattached men were Florida's returning prosperity, and Auker .-..-.-.---....- 2 0 0 .OOO
the bunches had disappearedand this is accomplished and the neces- assigned to transient camps in last but not least, is the nation-1 Excerpts from the letter follow I Crowder _...__.._ 3 1 1 .333!I practically won the game for 1.im-
its first "decision" on the constitutionality later all of the hands on tests made, the cars will be various parts of the state! where a
the other bunch had been sary wide publicity of the Florida cross 1 "I cannot possibly emphasize
re unloaded and sent to their proper work relief program was conducted. I Totals169 17 39 .23 I I self. Hack tripled with no oneont.
of new deal" laws.It moved. destination. Non-resident families were state canal. I too strongly the fact that we are I I

was one of the most unusual Not only the bananas have I given: relief where necessary. "These people do not know" in a real fight for the schools of: Chicago Cubs I Bridges then struck: oat
been stolen but regular! raids "Due to the instructions referred !- Redkey explained, "that only Honda. There is a determined Plarer- AS n. IL Ave. .
conferences held around have been made on his sea- [STEAMER ALAMO to above the .. Jarges French went ,*i pitcherto
press I I responsibilityfor Florida relief clients are eligible opposition group which is ignoring Galan .._.._ ... .. ..19 2 3 .151
I grape tree and a number of caring for non-resident per- Herman ...__..---.20 2 3 .200
town in day. One must for work the canaL have constitutional right to ask! first Galan flied left
many a bunches removedNow Mr. on They our ; and out to
I ARRIVED SUNDAY sons who find themselves in need I indstrom ...___.__.16 0 3 ..174Hartnett
go back to President 'I Ayala is puzzled over the now becomes the responsibility! of I only read that a canal gismo be I that the state 1 rovide liberally for ....__...._.29 1 5 230iemaree It was a tough spot but Bridge

Roo.e.elt'.1 matter of devising plans to local political subdivisions. I built ID Florida and that the work the education of our children. For .._...........20 2 6 .300

meeting with the press after ,i prevent further inroads on I FREIGHTER MEDINA DUE TO "All employable transients who I 1 will employ thou ands oilmen.With this reason also I cannot emphasize Cavaretta __.._. ..21 1 2 .095 canto through with flying colors.

invalidated I his fruit trees. are:now quartered in Florida Emer. the added attraction of eS- too strongly! t'.e importance flack ...._..._..........18 2 3 .167
had three
court Manager Cochrane hit
supreme I ARRIVE IN PORT gency Relief Administration trai.tfot .{ caping Ire northern winter, it i, end' the necessity. for you as aTeadeT'ot J01Jea _..___:_.11'.2 2 .181

NRA to -find anything even remotely .1 Irpl..8 ?IIICUBANS THIS EVENING -. camps will be given assign4 HU.kT t ,..bead-- tot the light in your com- Warnek :;z...:...-'T"t 5 .41 r t'200 singles It five times up. He tin*

I ments to work under WPA. however Florida as then winter utopia. munity to inform yourself and Klein __.__...__.....___: 8 2' 3 .375 I
resembling it. PLANHOLIDAY I Steamship Alamo, of the Clyde- there arc l.etween four and We have tried to publicize! ] the fact member groups: of the importanceof O'Du ..........--...- 1 0 1 1.000 gird in the ninth and scored tho

The setting was perfect. For' :Mallory Lines, arrived yesterday five hundred unemploj'ablcs sta- t1!.at only Florida: residents are the issue."Inasmuch. I Lee...____..........___. 200.000 winning run on GOS>>1'* ingle. It

the the walnut paneled,, EVENT morning from New- York with tioned in the various. camps for eligibe for this work but it has as the Florida Congress lIen! occasion freight for local business places whom the federal Emergency Relief done little to deter those already of Parents and Teachers has Stephenson _....._... 1 0 0 .000 was the Gooses first hit of the

marble-pillared reception room of and after discharging sailed for Administration can make no determined to secure work." enlisted with the Florida: Education Root _.._....._... ...... 000.000,
one of the capital's leading hotels Tampa. provision after November 1. In further explaining the transient Association; in the fight to French _._ 0 0 0 .000 day.

had been engaged.The OUTSTANDING EVENT TO BE Freighter Melina. of the same "Every effort has been madeto problem, Kedkey Joke; at safeguard schools I was especially; Herman, of the Cubs, knockedin

dignified atmosphere:: soon line, is due to arrive in port this return these unemploj ablcs tp length on the type of individualwho I glad for the opportunity to go Totals166 14 33 ..200f I
the CELEBRATED ON evening from Galveston and will their place of legal residence butit has been cared for. I vith our State President to Tallahassee the three runs Chicago scored
was forgotten, however, as
OCTOBER 10 ail. after discharging and loading has been Positively determined Mistaken Idea ; to hear our lawyer argue f'ALIENS J In the third inning he drove Jurg-
conference got under way and'! for Charleston and New York. I that none of them have a legal "It seems to be a mistaken idea before the Surreme Court in defense REMAINI

some 50 reporters fired questions Tender Ivy of the lighthouse I residence anyw ere. These persons of the public's! ," Redkey explained I of the new school appropria- I es home with a single and in the

at Raoul E. Desvernine, chairmanof department, is at work on buoysin i automatically become the responsibility "that the majority of the I[ lion act and the so-called 'parity IN JAIL HERE .
Civil and military authorities, transients mad of that I I II fifth frame he knocked out horns
the lawyers' committee of the the harbor. i of local political cub- are up per- clause.
'i fraternal and social institutions Tender Poppy is preparing to I divisions where they are located petually roving: population with I "Much interest at the state capitol run scoring French ahead of J Him.
Reed chairman!
League Earl F.
I ; the local press and people of Key leave tomorrow morning to install on November 1. We shall be gladto nnderworld tendencies who mean centered on this case. The lastmonth's ( !
of the subcommittee which drafted I West in general ha'e been extended I light on the intracoastal water cooperate with you in any way harm to every community in which pay o* many state em-t DISPOSITION OF CASES TO Hack", Gehringer and Hartnett

the opinion; and Jouett Shouse, invitations to attend the I way from Matecumbe\ north. I possible in making plans for the they visit To correct that impression -I ployes had been withheld becausethe BE MADE ON WORD FROM j II I also hit two safely.It .

president of the League. I held October 10 t Tender! Poinciana is expectedto I care of these persons subject to ; finally and for all time, comptroller claimed that he I
Heckling? ceremonies toe complete her schedule of workin I the limitations which have been a person has ont to visit' anyone I Idid not know Sow to administerthe WASHINGTON was the second victory for
in celebration of "KI Grito de II the vicinity of Clearwater this referred to above:' of our ten cam's spread over the law. We coi'ld well understand -
As a matter of fact the trio of' Yara." week and leave for Cedar Keys. I I Further Explanation state and see the high morale of the disaj} ointment of these I Bridge *] the eerie*. Warneko

Liberty Leaguers that were treated resembled to At a recent joint meeting of ,!i Redkey eager that the publicbe the men taken care of in 'them. state workers for we had seen Domemeo Brttzzese, Giovanni 'also! won two, Rowe one, French_
something closely advised of transient conditions Real, constructive work is being teachers subjected to the came Guernero, Salvatore Aictto Mary
Consulate Emigrados r
heckling. And they didn't like "
I Cuban as they now exist, went on to ex- conducted in these camps, Red- difficulty many times, some of Kashian and Hama poar Kal.rs- one and Crowder one. Rowe lost
| Kevolucionanos Cubans
Mr. Shouse. I
especially "work that I :
plain: key continued, brings them for months in succession,
Two questions seemed to bother Club and San Carlos Institute, "I believe that if the communities back a man's self respect and vocationally during recent years." 1 dian the quintette of foreigners two Lee two, Carleton one and

them the most I: resolutions Tere adopted and approved most afflicted Oy the tran- prepares him to becomea 1I I three Italian men and two Ar- ., Root one.Manager.

1. Why is not the view- I: and a program formulatedfor I sient problems indcrstood a little self-sustaining citizen t' menian women, captured teat week

point of either the "new deal"I I I the celebration. DEMERITT RECEIVES LETTER fuller the cause of transient migration Redkev explained the govern- EIGHTEEN LEAVE I II' by the I local immigration unit, have Cockram changed his

or organized labor repre2ycnUxl to Honda, they would be ment's determination to remove I
.>n the League's com- I I I Dignitaries from Cuba including -: FROM DIRECTOR OF SMITHSONIAN better prepared to cope with the itself! from the relief business.' Hesaid ON BOARD PLANEFIFTEEN I i been given preliminary examination line-up just before the game.

mittee of 58 lawyers appointI I I Dr. Juan R Oramll local I INSTITUTION situation and have a kindlier at- that for two and a half years' and are being held pending I Clifton was made lead-off magI
ed to pass on the constitutionality I 1 W' II the federal has instructions from Washington
prominent Cubans; Mayor m. titude towards those unfortunates, government practically I
of recently enacted j I II Malone, Dr. William I:. Warren. William W. Demeritt, superin- who in the vast majority of cases shouldered alone the entire I' These aliens were on Thursday I I and Walker went hack to center

laws will take the to tendent of lighthouses, has received and, through no fault of their responsibility of Florida's relief ARRIVED YESTERDAY of last week at 3-3 o'clock in the field.
2. Is it ethical for a groupof part in ceremonies letter of thanks from J. load and that with the organization -
claim residence.
r be hold at the Maine and Cuban a own, can no legal MORNING FROM I afternoon, caught by Claude Al-
lawyers to decide the con- conductedby E. Graf, associate director of the "We are too prone," continued of the gigantic Works Progress I I. The Cub have been winners of
plots in the cemetery, bury, inspector charge, and
stitutionality of a measure in Smithsonian Institution in Washington Redkey, "to condemn these people Administration which will MIAMI
advance of supreme court decisions : Rev. James C. Day, of First for a contribution recently as interlopers who, should have !'' furnish work for some 60.000 Patrol Inspectors Gerondo Roman their league 14 limes and have -
Church and Rev. Guillermo
give their decision Baptist Perez of Salvador church.- made to the museum. remained at home instead of fur-I''I Florida residents, the division was ---- I and HerMe Todd, in a house on t been World Champion seven
wide publicity, and thus encourage The procession will form 4 o'clock While in Key West this year on ther adding to the confusion of made to cease the giving of direct There were 15 passengers. arriving -I Louisa street between Duval and I II t i

public repudiation of I and march to the cemetery led by his way for annual studies in our own economic problem but I'I relief and spend all available funds on the plane yesterday I; Simonton streets. I'' time* since the annual clastic
the law in question! Carngie laboratory at Logger- when we taken into considerationthe for progressive employment. morning from Miami and in the
Chief of Police Ivan Elwood. I Each of the aliens were Questioned started i. 1903. They lost to the
No Similar Move In San Carlos Institute build-I head Key, Dr. Paul Bartech who l fact that, through either faul- afternoon 18 departing passen I'
I and their histories
Veteran politicians and observers -' ing that evening, an elaborate make a study of invertebrates, expressed ty residence laws or the present MRS. L JOHNSON i i I singly case White Sox in 1906 then won two
around Washington can't gers.Morning recorded in detail, the examinations -
of addresses, musical and I a desire to secure certain economic upheaval, these people r arrivals were: Edward -
remember a similar move ever being vocal program numbers and recitations will of this form of life which he had have been deprived of a legal Graham, Mary Graham Des- covering a period of several -I I World Series from Detroit i. 1907

undertaken by an organizationof be presented the committee hopes| hitherto been unable to secure. place of residence and that Flor- DIED LAST NIGHT: sic Pinder Ivan Fritz., Leo H. [ days. Individual bands of i and '08. The Bruins lost to tko
the character of the American I that all of Key West will join in Since that time Mr. Demeritt ida is just as much home to themas Warren, Randolph Riser, Eleanor $500 each were fixed and the I
Liberty League: making successful the celebration"El I succeeded' in securing what Dr. any other state, we should; Kiser, Jamess Patton. Stanton I I aliens returned to county jail ,i Athletic four game to one i.

Similar opinions to the first I Grito de \ara." which has Bartsch needed and shipped' about pause and review their problemin FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Cooper, Anna Purse 1, Louise Cur- pending instructions from Wash

one in which the Wagner Labor I| been set aside by the Cuban government j j I 200 to him at Washington!! the light which it deserves." ry. Al Manucy, Paul E. Lemon,I!ington. 1910, to the Red Sox four gamesto

Relations Act was held unconstitutional -i as a special holiday. i i In his letter Associate Director Redkey went on to explain the CONDUCTED THISAFTERNOON William Bates, Ben Felton r I two in 1918 and to the Athletics -

will be forthcoming\ I Graf informs -Mr. Demeritt that different reason for the high num- Departures in the afternoonwere 1 t \WPA PROJECTS I II.
in due time from the League's i | the specimens have been placed ber of transients who annually I : Jacquez Davidson Arnold four games to one in 1929,

committee of Iawers. I CURRY INFANT'V and his name attached as the seek Florida as their winter home. I Sewer. Anna Pursel, Lily Whar- :
The pubic! utility holding com I donor. He brought out the point that, I I .ton, Frank Curry, Steward Leo-!I I. BEING MARKEDProjects I \ cad to the Yank four fane to

pany art the social security act.j: \ AS BAPTIZED due to the large amount of money : Mrs. Lilla G. Johnson, age 38, nard. W. Scott Duane, N. J. Boud- none i. 1932.

the Guffey J>nyder coal act, the,; 'I 'EXECUTED' CHINAMAN thq state expends yearly in adver- i died at her residence at 6 45 reay. Richard Jansen, lima Louise

TA. the A'\\. and the two security -: I DASHES TO FREEDOM tising its climate and attractions, o'clock last night. .Wilkins, Ray Onrry Dr. H. N. S. of the Works Progress I! The Ti er** record is as fob
commission acts all are to: it is only to be expected that not Funeral services will be held at 1 Jones Mrs. Amelia Olivieri. C. O.
Administration in Key West ho_ 1907 and. 'N to theCul
come under the scrutiny of the i: During the Children's :Mass at I\ tl\T .,.".elate* Press) only those with money but those I 5 o'clock this afternoon from, the !! Ackerman, Enla Sellers, William will be marked and labelled by the Lost in

committee j I j St. Paul's Episcopal Church yesterday f PEIPING. Oct. 7.-A drug without resources would be at- chapel of the Pritchard Funeral Lee. Jessie Poland. Charles Tift.- that all -., 1..1 tot the Prates fear
: end of today so persons i
The League denies that its *f-] morning John Kenneth smuggler who survived his own tracted." Home. Rev. Shuler Peele of Fleming I

forts in this direction is intended j I| Curry son of )Ir. and Mrs. C.( execution has eluded the authorities Regarding Trade I'I' Street Methodist church, will I FRESH SHIPMENT seeing of them the WPA will know they are game to throe in Ift9, and program.
to influence the supreme court or Percy Curry of Pfacon Lane, was of the Anchi district near "A city draws its trade and officiate. I parts Ii four to throo
(,I William Fruits VegetablesARRIVES Signs, in black and white, three 1934 lost game
any one else Its spokesmen are baptized with Father Arthur B. 'here. youth from its trade area" Red- Survivors are the husband, -I
; I and two feet wide will
feet ,
quick to add. however, that if Dimmick administering the Sacra-I At the execution, the condemnI key stated. "In so doing it must E. Johnson; one daughter.;II TOMORROW long with the Cardinal Tb Tiger;
the various
these opinions stir up litigation l'!I' ment.i I i man was made to kneeL A soldier expect to draw some liabilities Mrs. Joseph Wood; four sons.: Tilt's Cash Grocery : indicate wider projects and .1
against "new deal" acts it will be I 1 i Standing as God-parents for the took careful aim at his head,I and should make plans to pay for Howard William EL, Jr., Bert and now are way in their preY ou. attempt, never

a result with which the committee!I I i child were :Mr and Mrs. Emil fired and the man fell forward on' them. A state with such attractions Herman Johnson; one brother, Eu- 1101 Division St. Ph... 29 which will be started in the fu I (Continued on Pace Three)

is not concerned. 'I Sweeting and Joe Allen. his face. The soldier departed. 4 as bless Florida, draws from gene Albury and one grand child. ture.


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THE Published. (tiTiz*:Daily% pi'RI Except. *'II'iG. S. day co. By INC.L. the Constitution seems to be 1-MMJTE SAFETY TALKSBy L l El TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1Temper.tar. TO SUBSCRIBERS

P. ART A'. ....,'-.t i i -
looming an issue before the American i
JOE ALLE\. AsaUtaat Bail Maaac as By Don Herold
From Tbe Citizen B tiding ..* I If you do net receive yoorpaper
Corner Greene and Anu t treeUOnly people we might as well recognize that the I WEATHER CONDITIONSA i

;;"""" Highest _.__...._.__......_.._.....82 I by 6ilS o'clock in too
Dally NeWal'apeW County. J and Monroe nation lives and has its being in and about f Lowest __ ..............._.......__.....77 strong high area, afternoon call telephone SI
_gnu-red at Key__West.'"Florida_. .a second class matter the venerable document. "I drove carefully Mean "'''''__.'''''h''_'_'___..__.__.._...80 crested this morning the Ohio .841. paper will bo sent to

_F PT'i i\Ti TAR Normal Mean __.. _._____ ______ ____.-_80 over I r lae... A complaint boyis
MeMfcr .t the A elated Preee This does not mean that amending the the first 500 milpsv J Rainfall Valley, Parkersburg W. Va, yo
I he Associated: Press is exclusively entitled to use 30.52 inches, overspreads most on d.ty at this office from
for rsca: :; icatios of all news dispatches credited tot Constitution is a crime since it is plain that for the c.ar's sake- Yesterday's Precipitation .20 Ins. sections of the country east of the 6>IS to 7sl5 p. m, for tho
'#r not otherwise credited In thin paper! and also 'I
_the local news published here.NAnO.Al only through proper amendment, as needs Normal Precipitation. *.. .17 Plains States and is causing af-'' purpose of deliTcriay com
and I'm Thla mwrd _.... &4-.... .*Ia.1 ,
to normally cold weather throughoutmost
arise going frniUmf at o .Vl_" late _!.! plaints. Help o.s give yea 100
nCIUAl can the nation exist and make pro- Tomorrow's Almanac of this, territory. Temperatures -

JJ ASSOCIATION. gress under its clauses. kepp on driving I Sun rises .__....*.,... :... 6:22 a.'m. were below freezing this:I percoat service by eating SI
<=/t'l..e.In.A.I 9.3 5 I Sun sets ..........__..::___._ 6:08: p. m. morning in southeastern Michiganand : if yon do not receive Tie Citirl.ll'.lI'I'.IT.l1.-
The firing now going in the politi- for I ....
SVUSCRIPT1OV: RATE! on carefullY Moon rises heavy frosts occurred an far
_,___ __ ____ __ 4t. 3:3p. m.
Tear ..__ 110.00tz with,i
tlfte m h.hh"- cal arena about upholding the Constitutionand Moon ____JL1-1222 *. :tuth as centra- Tenn "ee
Months'Care __._.. .. 60S sets m.
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: s.t z our! sake. ::1l1ny l Kcalit.e reporting: the low- :
Month !
One-*;Month _.m _.-.._ _._ ___n ._-_._ _.,i. _. .ss changing its terms is a bit prematureand \ Tomorrow Tide est readings on record for this'i
Wedltty __h.._.-_ ._-___ _m__....--.-.. .to a lot of ammunition is going overhead.' A.M. P.M.
season of the year Light; to moderate eastern Illinois!!, and throughout
ADVERTISING RATESMade High ...___..__..... 5:58 6:54 I I.
i known on application. Let those who wish any change propose it Low .____._._..m.. 12:41 rains have occurred duringthe most of tho Atlantic States. .
last 24 hours in western Missouri G S. KENNEDYOfficer
SPECIAL. L .NOTICE in coincise terms and amend- llarometcr 8
suggesting a. m. totl.YISea
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of eastern Kansas, Iowa, north-:I in Charge
respect, obituary notices etc, will be charged for at ment that will, in their opinion be good. level, 29.93.WEATHER .
the rat of 10 cents a line. -
Notices for cntertainmeats by churches from whicha Then those who do not agree with them as
revenue Is to be derived aVe .5 cents a line. WRITE YOUR OWN PERPETUAL STICKER' FORECAST
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites dlscus- to the virtue of the particular, specific ad-
sl-m of public Issues and subjects of local or general '
interest but it will not publish anonymous communi dition to the Constitution can come forward People CAN drive reasonbly of our motor,and then we step on (Till) 8 p. m., Tuesday)

eatwns. with the artillery and begin the fight. I slowly and carefully. This is the gas like maniacs and take Key West and Vicinity Mostly; For a Limited !
proved by the way we crawl along chances with our family who are cloudy probably showers tonight
I As believer in Constitutional
the first 500 or 1000 miles when 1,000,000.000 more pr clous''than
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ment, we are also anxious lest there we've bought a new car. any bearings in any automobile. .n
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN There's a, sticker on our new You can replace a burned-out {/// I ;!'J Time
be created a confusion in the minds of the OnlyOne
windshield which tells us how bearing.You / l
people. The wealth of the country is usually fast NOT to drive and we try can't replace a little girl or ""

1. Water and Sewerage. against any amendment that will ham- pretty hard to follow the rules. a little boy in the back seat. You r ;
AFTER THAT we cut loose and \ I
can't replace the life of another /4.VI
2. Bridges to complete Road to Mainland. per its privileges, regardless of how bene- give her the gun. motorist. You can't replace YOU..

ficial such a change might be to the popu- Too bad we can't have some with a hole in your skulL '' ,

lation as a whole. For that reason, we area kind of sticker on our windshield Impose on yourself a continuous 4 ( :
: Universal HotPoint
3f 'ee Port. forever-maybe one that says: temperance in ::::::: t. \ g or
i driving a Ur0 .
4. Hotels and Apartments. bit suspicious about the lamentation of "TAKE CARE OF YOUR FAM- conscious restraint for safety's ;
its high regard for the Contitution of the ILY THE FIRST 300,000 MILES." Cloudy
5. Bathing Pavtli'n. (By that time you'll have anothercar. sake-always-as you do, for yourcar's Mostly Showers 1 Electric
United States. No surer way can be discovered sake those first 500 miles.
6. Airports-Lana and Sf'". I ) and Tuesday moderate to fresh)!i HOUSEHOLD IRON
to bring the Constitution into disrepute We crawl along meekly the first A spectre stalks the highway. northeast to east winds : !
7. Consolidation ,: County and City 500 miles to protect the bezrir-rs Drive forever cautiour'r! An exceptionally wen con
than to let its terms become the Florida: Mostly cloudy, probably structcd Iron for general I Iron

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. I fortress of concentrated wealth and ar- ---- --. .- ----.-- showers in extreme south and I household purpose*. "Finelytapered
i east-central portions tonight and point and beveled
rogant privilege and it is axactly this around the school houses, but be- I edges. Nickel Plated. With a one year fnaraateeand
Tuesday slightly
; warmer in extreme : :-
danger which faces the nation. KEY WEST IN fore long automobile parking north portion Tuesday. i I = -
yards may be necessary.Everything '
The Citizen does not want to see the Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
Fresh to strong northeast winds :
mass of American arrayed against an "up- is in readiness for
except moderate to fresh ]
easterly a .
Happenings Here Ju
t 10 Years I --
the! fights at the Athletic Club tonight
per class" or to feel that their governmentis Ago Today As Taken From over extreme south portion; weather :
when Kid
By MARCY B. DARNALL;, the instrumentality of the rich and the : The Files Of The Citizen I Sharkey will Baby be seen Reyes in the and main with overcast occasional tonight and Tuesday I
showers. Handy Lamp .
\ Former Editor of The Key West Citizen barrier to their advancement. do not I go. Promoter Knowles states that East Gulf: Moderate to fresh
According to information '!additional seats will be provided I i
wish to see this country rocked by class received northeast to east winds; partly -
by Clerk Wallace Pinder|ins a large crowd is expected tot i BOTH
A real demonstration; of disarmamentis warfare. One of these days we might have cloudy to overcast weather tonight I
from Chief Ralph B. Pokier, chief see the fight between Battling and I
to be made by Prince Lou, ruler of the some money ourselves and it would grieveus I of the( Key West Fire Department t[Siki and a dark horse. south Tuesday portion.with showers over
I. $055 yI i iI
Principality of Monte Carlo who has disbanded very much if the accumulation of wealth Key West was beaten by omy a j jI j
few votes in the for the next I J. G. Kantor has received word
race I
his entire consisting of 76 I ,
army becomes the accepted line between those : convention KEY WEST I I for I
cii. New Orleans from Mrs. Kantor and daughter.
men. Diminished returns from the famous who have succeeded and those who have had 294 votes and Key West 287., Gladys, who! are now in Paris, in COLONIAL HOTELIn

gambling casino are said to have made this failed with much resulting ill-will and bad I KeyVest was boosted strongly which they write they will in 3 1

economy measure necessary. feeling engendered.For however, fc, the convention in I rhort time leave for New Yorken the Center of the Business Terms 55c down
1927. LoaisviP.e! Ky., where the route to Key Wes\ They have and Theater District
that reason we are anxious that present national convention of fire been for the past four month 75c a month for

Tom Sharkey, old-time sailor and there be no punishment of honestly acquired chiefs is being' held is; accordingto .vis ting at various centers ir. First Class-Fireproof_ I lfI I

pugilist, now 61, has a poor opinion of wealth however large the accumu- Chief Pinder, heart and soul Europe covering France, England, Sensible Rat.*, 4 months
with the Idea of having the next< Italy, Germany and Roumania. I
present day heavyweights. He says theyare lation may be. For the same reason we are convention in Key West.In i! COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

mostly "softies" and "cake eaters," intensely in favor of making the bad boysof ; Rev. W. D. Hamilton, who had The Key West Electric Company

and that there is "not a fighter in a car- finance and wealth behave and the first the issue of The Citizen, to- been called to the pastorate of th1 Carat Elevator 1 I

day Robert Givens Pr., announcesfor Congregational church in Key Popular Price
load. He would probably make an exception ,I
step is to make it impossible for anybody'
re-election to the position of West, has written that he reconsidered .

of Joe Louis.Convincing to make a fortune out of government I city treasurer. Mi.\. Givens has attained his acceptance of the call -..--- .- _.-
an excellent record duringhis and will ren tin tt the horn in
favors, special privileges or other semi-
Cedar Point, Ga. The reason given -
incumbency and feels that his
excerpt from a Chicago legal rackets and schemes. So long as each
service to the people warrants him i for his determination to re
Chinese laundry bulletin: "More better man has the opportunity to achieve fortune I in again seeking the office. lie is; main is given as the death of nU i

than snow-What you like: best-Swissy for himself, unaided by special favors one of the most popular candidatesin fatter and the subsejuent illre: <

steak, Irish stewy and beef? All the race and hip: friends predict of' hip mother.
anywhere and unhampered by those in the victory for him. t DO YOU WANT TO RENT

taste better from tablecloth wash ironed possession of others, the Constitution of the ------ I! Eugene Sands, ponu'A: dance I I

white as pear blossom by Charlie. Last United States will be venerated and res- The Florida Keys Bond and announc-es
January we lay tablecloth beside snowfall. pected. When the people of the nation become Mortgage company yesterday sold;! ices of Claude Collins'! jazz band
to II. Gwynn 57.62 acres of Burn's l'j
Our tablecloth more better whiter than the prey of so-called big shots, oper- Key. The property purchased by]I, They will arrive in Key West next YOUR HOUSE--

snow." ating under dubious laws and hiding legal Mr. Gwjnn is on the island just''!;: Friday and play at the regular
dance be in Aronovitz
privileges, it won't be long before the fun- north of Torch Key and between 1,1 hall. to given

The office of Stephen Early of Presi- dam.entallaw of the land will be alteredor that land Key rises and right Cndjoe out of the Key.!sea The and:]1 I If It Is Suitable For Tourists, Completely Fur-

dent Roosevelt's secretariat seems to be The wedding of :Miss Catherine
overthrown.DO is near a deep channel. It is gras-

haunted by Cupid. He has had three private sy and covered with deep rich soiL_ b Dominguez* solemnized and Friday Juan Romano afternoon will nished, etc., You Should Notify the Key West.

secretaries, all of whom have become YOU READ BOOKS THROUGH? October 16. in St. Mary's\ Star of

engaged within a period of a few weeks. J. F. Suinott who several weeks!I the Sea Catholic church. The Administration Offices Phone 460. .-
ago announced his candidacy for I bride to be is the daughter of the ,

There are some people in Key West police justice of Key West today s: late Miguel Dominguez and
Rosa Christoph, a servant, is the lucky announces his withdrawal from the Annie Dominguez.
of the will who think that they have to read every race. Mr. Sinnott, who is president I Mr.'j'j Reining
beneficiary of the late Edwin For
t If Your Property Is Not Quite Ready
book that they buy. Having acquired it, of the Athletic Club has' Subscribe to The Citizen
M.\ Dine, former vice-president of the II'
formed business connections
make their minds to "read it weekly.
they up I
Lackawanna railroad, who left her the in- through" and until they have fulfilled this which will make it necessary for 1 To Tourists, and You Have This In Mind,

come from, a $100,000 trust fund for life. his being absent" from the city a i
resolution, they are out of the market for great deal of the time and he feels BENJAMIN LOPEZ
At her death the fund will go to Bethany books. that should he be elected he will FUNERAL HOME i You Should Call Us For All Kinds Of Building

College, West Virginia.Leo not be able to devote the proper Serving Key West :
Contrary to the idea generally ,
I lime' to the administration of the Half Century Materials Phone 598.
few books are ever read straight through, office. Hoar Ambulance Service ,
Kline, a Cleveland grocer, recently I
with the possible exception of detective I Licensed! Emba.mer
gave a party for Calico) Kate the Editorial comment: Formerly Phone 135 Night C96-\\ I
stories. There is no sense in continuing to
tore cat, in celebration of the birth of her they used to have playgrounds I I THE OUTLOOK IS THAT PROPERTY WILL
read a volume which one finds uninteresting .
100th kitten. All the cats in the neigh- -- --- -- -- -- -
or unprofitable. The best thing to do i is I
borhood, most of them Kate's progeny, I '
to throw it aside and save time for some- RENT BETTER
were invited to the feast.
thing else.

An operation fo interior trouble disclosed i '
nearly :200 cobbler's brads in the CONSULT YOUR

stomach of Jake Rheinheimor, a shoemaker -
With grabbing China andItaly's
of Reading, Pa. nrtd, and operationcut Japan ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
action in the public mind one is apt
short his career at the age of 77. I
to lose sight of an example "of the other i AND DON'T FORGET
Victor Hedman of New York,recently sort, recently set by a q l leading'. nation of the !i !

congratulated himself because he would world.As result of the United (I I Next Tuesday October 8th We Will Give Away
a a pledge ,
spent his birthday out of jail for the first States government is making arrangementsto The First National Bank ofKey{ West

ir. 17 But after spending the
time years.
morning writing to friend: informing themof grant independence to the Philippine i I,;: Free the Last Imported English Dinner Set.

Islands. A recent presidential election in
that happy fact, he was arrested in the Member of the Federal Reserve ,,
that about-to-born republic also indicates .
afternoon for forgery.In ;,
that the islanders know a thing or two

automobile ownership New York about politics-the losing candidate has Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

City probably ranks lower than any other immediately appealed to Washington, 1

place in the United States. It has only one charging that the _voting was unfair and Corporation ; Phcce 598 White and Eliza Streets

automobile for every 1C I pcrsonr, while in I that he was "robbed" of victory. j Ij I "Your home is worthy of the best"

the country as a whole thre is oi.e for The Filipinos, it appears, will get
every five persons. along! _

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I forced Cochrane at the plate. ,ahead of him. Klien singled to'

I MORNING STARIsl I French to .Hartnett. center. Hartnett flied out to left. j i ACE

: One run, three hits, no errors. Two runs. three! hits no errors. Fredric }
March-Charles Laugh-
*? I Second Inning DETROIT Cochrane struck rlrPAL ton in ]

SPORTS I. CHICAGO Hartnett struck' out. Gehringer out second to i 1 LES MISERABLES
nNUPSIII: ffmiiy Barm** cc&- ing your garden! Dr. Proctor should '
not d .-td. veter if t*. better to out Demaree: flied out to right I first Goslin flied out to catcher. ; Comedy
...._It .. Ace .......... warr..- forbid IL" Matinee: 10-ISc Nights 15-25
w... ..4 (liipfditior tcketkcrtu .,. "Oh. not that actively, darling. field. Cavaretta singled to right. Xo runs, no hits, no errors. -

a.. been. a martyr to kin ei/.'. tend Andrew. And then daring the E. A. Hart, who since boyhoodhad
usu. ./ duty an kin last few months 111 sit and hem
nap shunned
< > tot Ewily, continue fccroft. of- I doctors on all occasions -
/ // it hu"'*,A* vfi .land by her.Tken kins as much as you like." I- I second to fiat I to first. Cavaretta out second to died recently at the
EwJr Edwin all about comet the: ke.te meeting and of'die themcrs.ata' Her mother stared. "Sometimes I No runs one hit, one error. iI }'first. Hack hit the ball to the of 94 years, died at Hockfoy, Bag.

: aiMKiatiom. Emily. It's hard to believe that you. SOFTBALL SERIES TIGERS ARE NOW 1 hurler !i. the second game and was DETROIT-O\*en struck out. \j. score board for :a double. Jurges

are"Isn't my daughter.It!" Emily agreed cheerfully WORLD CHAMPIONSContinued charged with the defeat. I Bridges out, second to first. Clifton -I II i kit to third and Clifton tagged Subscribe to Tne Citizen
Chapter "I don't understand why you \WILL BEGIN HERE struck out. Hack coming into the base. et\lY1U a
Score by ii.a.; R. H. E. it/l/f///
QUARRELEMH.Y haven't cast me oft before this. ( from Page One) I No runs no kits, no errors. No runs, one hit. no errors.

paused before the book- She thought with amusement of won a World Series and the Cub Cub __ 001 020 000-3 12 1 Third laning I DETROIT-Fox flied out to SPENDYOUR /

how easy it was to defy someone TOMORROW NIGHTALLSTARS Tiger .._ 100 101 001-4 12 0 CHICAGO..-Ju-ses singled to
case seeking solace there. I left. Walker lied out to short.
when you no longer had anything to have won two. Batteries French and Hartaett struck out. Galan
,, French
: ; center. '
** r
wonder what's become of "In I-
| doubled left
Rogell to deep field.
lose. She derived a positive delight I
I the hit and
Bridge and Cochrane. singled to right on run
the Beginning? She was speaking from shocking Frances now. Up to today Gehriaf and FOX: Owen singled t o left, scoring Ro- VACATION
FROM MIAMI third. Herman
as much to herself as to Edwin. TO The line-up of oth: teams in to- play. Jurges on
There for Frances decided upon an accept- day's follows: singled to right, Jurges scoring. jelL It was Owen's first hit of I
was no way of coarse,. ance of the Inevitable and changedthe MEET KEY WEST PLAYERSIN for the Bengals were leading at game = THIS YEAR IN :
him to know what had become of a Chicago Galan out at third Fox to Clif- the series. Bridges struck out. t ,
subject "Your father Is like a
volume of Norman Douglas. child over It" FOUR GAMES; EVERY. bat, while Klein and Herman were Galan, If; ton. Crowder Hogsett Sorrell One run, two hits, no errors FLORIDAJacksonville's 1ate.

2b and Auker are warming op. Kein I Seventh Inning
His paper rustled and was silentAt Emily smiled. "Bless him! If it's Herman ; -
THING READY leading for the Cob. flied to out to deep ruht. CHICAGO French struck out .
rf -
last Edwin said: "I burned It" a boy I'm going to name It for him." ; 1 rgourHWTH'IIlI"tI" '
She turned and stared at hIm."Youwhatr To herself she thought'"He knows Hartnett c; One run, three hits, no errors. i I Galan rolled out to first Herman

It's a good thing for me.. too. That Iwon't Attendance at the game tM Detnaree, cf; DETROIT-Cochraiie out firstto singled to left. Klien out, roller! // \\\\
ho covered the bag. first. \
"1 burned it." he repeated dog throw my cap over the wind (By JOVE) afternoon Cavaretta Ib; pitcher to

gedly. mill now," Everything is ready for the big wa 50,000. Hack 3b; Gehringer ouled: to let. Goslin No runs, one hit no errors. .
.... ...>
Emily's eyes were almost black.' "I've always thought a child series between a picked team of Before the game today, it was Jurges, ss; hit to pitcher, who thread to third, ,DETROIT-Clifton oat) short .I.c H.

"What precipitated thattriumphof should be named for its father All-Stars from Miami and Key; French, p; Gchringer went lack to second and to first. Cochrane singled to cen- THE SEMINOLE

righteousness?" Frances objected. West diamondballers. 1 anounced that if the Cub Detroit Goslin is trapped off first. Hack ter. Gehringer flied out to first.

He explained almost sullenly. "I "It's so confusing darling. You The first game will be played at a'i Clifton 3b; to Cavaretta. Goslia kept run I Goslin out second to first

heard you telling someone how much end up by calling him Junior which Bayview Park tomorrow night. each player would get at Cochrane c; I ning to second and had to runback No runs one hit, no errors.

you enjoyed it. and when I went to Isn't a name at alL or Buddy or 'The Lopez Funeral Homers will I Gehringer, 2b; to fit:- Fez flied out to Eighth Inning

Birmingham last week 1 took It Sonny or Toodles. and he never tackle the visitors in the opening hare of the receipt 6395. If I Goslin. If; )j I left I I CHICAGO-Hartnett singled to .r

along to read. It was the vilest book lives It down. contest and the Busy: Bees will Fox, rf; No runs, one hit no errors. left Demaree hit to second, who
She chuckled suddenly "Sppose the Tigers won the series, theplayers Fourth I threw to and to
1 ever tried to read. try to down them in the nightcap.; Walker, c\; I I Inning Rogell Rogell ,

Hir\eyes"!rnever left his face. Edwin had been called Toodles! It Batteries will be Frank Tuppenand Rogell, ss; CHICAGO-Bartnett hit for a i i i Owen for double play. Cavaretta i
shave would 6850.
!'Hoaf.et1t..a she murmured and might have altered his whole nature.Do Bowen for the All-Stars the Owen lb; '' single: thrown the pitcher's box. I I I struck outNo t
you know.I think one of the most I struck out. Cavaretta i hit
Stopped abruptly. first night and Schweitze and The weather was cold and Bridges p; Demaree :; j runs. one no errors. tt

I -wb,, dil1you say!" significant things about Edwin Is< Bowen the second, night. Tuppenwill Umpires-Quigley (N. L), at 1 out, fly to shori. Hick out secondto Ii" DETROIT-Fox singled through t FleriMCRA3.

I "Not ilpg: I'Was Just quoting a that he's never had a nickname. pitch again the third night. windy. the plate; Moriarty (A. L), at first. first Walker out catcher to first i Jarksenvnie.! B. GRI-tEK.: Mmaser
proverb that attributes evil to him rose. For the locals A. Lunn and In- first; Stark (N. L), at second; I No runs, one hit no errors I Fox on second. Rogell struck out I A human, home-like instltnUon

who evil thinks." the Bridge, previous to today, had McGowan (A. L), at third. I DETROIT-Walker singled to Owen walked intentionally. Bridges where yon will find year IndlvMnalcomfort
graham first night. Ward and I I
MUST be said
"T golng.she coldly. and: mmm entertainment a mat' 1
left I'
A play by play account of the right. Rogell singled to struck out
"There question about the
was no I
Albury the second bat-
evil there." he said hotly. "A book "If you need my help at any time game and won one fame in the *erie*. French sixth game of the 1935 World Se- I Walker w.at to s-cond. Carleton,(!I|I No runs, one hit, no errors. lee of great Importance.
1 shall be glad to do what 1 eaD.- tery for the third night has yet !I I I -0-
ries follows Henshaw and Kowalik now Ninth Inning
which dealt too graphically with : I I Root fcalldlnar located
A steel fireproof
to be announced, but the assignment -
smitten with contri-
scenes: a man hardly discusses with Emily was pitched two inning a* a relief First Inning warming up for the Cubs. Owen I I CHICAGO-Hack hit over the !. the heart ., the city ..
tion."Of 111 need help. Ihayen't will probs'Jy to Clarence :
his own wife. The fact that the course your Gates. go CHICAGO-Galan out, short to hit to third forcing Rogell at secI -]I I center fielder's head for a triple. -tr-
an idea how to begin. I onlywant
scenes transpired between gods and I first. Herman out, pitcher to ,I ond. Walker on third and Owen i ii i Jurges struck out French out I Every Room with Combination T.band
a breathing space first to ad- There will be two big prizes with double and triple. For i Electric
a a Shower Bath. Radio
goddesses didn't lessen their Impro first. Klein .pped out to first on first. Bridges forced Owen atj:| pitcher to first Galan flied out to
'' SummerVentilation.
Just myself: after that ,you won't. given to the winner of the series i I i Gelling Fan. Slat Door for
priety." Detroit, Cochrane knocked out ,second and Walker scored.I :Heft Comfortable lied with
have a minute to can your OWD.- by the Cuban Club. These prizes base.No
"No." Her voice was soft thought, She kissed her mother and felt I will be presented at a big dance two singles and Fox two in four t'uns. no hits, no errors. I I I Bridges on first. Clifton forced i, No runs one hit, no errors. I Mattresses and of Inner Individual Sprint Read Construction -

ful. "In the midst of all that beauty : times up. DETROIT-Clifton out third!'Bridges at second, short to second. DETROIT-Clifton struck out I lag Lamps.
I from the relaxing of her body that : to be held at the Cuban Club on
your medieval mind would notice she was mollified. The victory was the second for to first Cochrana singled to center -I' One ran two hits. no errors. : Cochrane singled through record !. RATES
Thursday night. The visiting
the dirt. When Frances had gone she sank I I players will be the of Peter Chicago against three for Detroit. Gehringer singled to right Fifth Inning ;i, Gehringer rolled out to first. Coch I alsgl.
He dropped the newspaper stung once more Into the deck chair and, i Aguilar, of the recreation guests department Score by innings: R. II. I:. field 'Cochrane jjoing to second.I CHICAGO-Jurges flied out to rane on second. GosKn singled to i art 7* :::::.. Private Private Bath Rath4tl =-_..__ *2 2JN e)
Into real bitterness. His motive in
closed her eyes. at the dance. Tigers .. 000 000 001-1 7 1 Goslin flied out to short. Fox right. French singled to right. center.. Cochrane scoring wiaaing It_.. Private Stalk _.- a.M

essaying the book had been praiseworthy At least there had been DO scenes, Cubs .... 002 000 10x-3 8 0 doubled to left. Cochrane scoring, Galan struck;. out Herman hit the I run that brought the first World =t n__.. Private Hath a..M
; he wanted. In his inarticu-- I The batting order for the first bleachers' 10 Sample n__.. Private Bath ....*
Batteries Warneke Lee and third. Walker I the left field Championship to the Tigers.
since the one tout the book. In: : Gehringer going: to -] ball over i XLIUHT fNCRRAHE: FOR UOIBUIOCCCPASCT

the late things way, to that acquaint Interested himself Emily with and all the category of Edwin's fetishes.; game is as follows All-Stars: Hartnett; Rowe and Cochrane. walked bases now full Rogell for a home mn, French scoring(I. One run, two hits,. no errors.

Motherhood held first place and his
this was his reward. Harrell, first base;
attitude since that night had been
"Yon can't resist Martinez shortstop
slurring me can compounded of reverence and awe.' ;
you? And yet you can enjoy a bOokso ,' I Hindu Bowen, manager and .
She beard his step upon the flagstones .
suggestive that I ashamed catcher '
was ; ,
; dear heaven was It lunch 4.
"To have it in house!" She third base : '
your Dean ;
time already And then she felt nisj; A
snatched the words from
his lips and
kiss upon her forehead. He nearly Knight right field; .

flung them'at him. "Shan'we draw a always kissed her upon the forehead;, Bartavis.: left field; i ,..,' "
line down the middle of it. Edwin '
A. Bethel/shotfieIJ --t
now. She opened her eyes and man ; ,; .
and let one-half o. It be yours and Domnick base
aged a smile. ;
the other half mine? Or would you
"Greetings.Aren't you a little Glisson center field; ,
prefer It ally
early?" Tuppen, pitcher;
Edwin sat In the other deck chair Schweitzer, substitute.
Suddenly the room and Edwin and
and looked at her. He spent a good Lopez Funeral Home
Norman Douglas unreal and
grew deal of time Just looking at her. "1 Gonzalez left field;
far away.There was a glorious sense .
may be. a little. But I thought you Baker, shortstop; .
of lightness and release,. and then-
nothing might want something. Are you all Cates, third base;

right?" Sterling first base I
When she opened her eyes she was
"Quite. 1 can still move around, '
McCarthy center field
on the couch and Edwin was kneeling ; I

beside her. his white,. terrified you know'She Ingraham, catcher;
smiled teasingly at him. wondering
Lopez, short field
face very close to hers. ;
if she could maintain her bal-
"Emily, sweetheart, what Is It? Kerr. second base;
for the months
ance on
Are youall, right?" Gates, right field;
the rather dizzy pedestal upon which
The world came back suffocating A. Lunn, pitcher;
he had enthroned her. j
crushing her. She closed her eyes to Sawyer and C. Lunn substi-
"I know you can. but I'm afraid
but It out. tutes.
you may overtax your strength.
"Yes. I'm all right 1 haven't been He with her levIty I The official umpires will be "OMAHA"
was very patient v i1'1 lner one after
to a doctor yet" she whispered wearily and irreverence now; he made Gonzalez at the plate; A. Castro ,

,"but I'm pretty sure I'm-going her think of an indulgent parent at third and M. Gonzalez, at first. the other the Kentucky Derby
to have that wanted. of ,
baby you humoring a refractory child that The first game will, get under .
"Oh. my darling!" He laid his f way at 8 m sharp. -
had been ilL"I p. -
the Preakness and the Belmont
burning cheek against hers for an instant / ,
won't darling e assured him. :: iik1
and then lifted .
very gently her "I'm really lazy anyhow and I _
tip his arms and carried her to her snatch "' CUBS WON FIFTH
at any pretext for Idleness.
f.{ {)()m. He had ,forgotten the exlst- iii
"This isn't a pretext he said !- __ I Omaha is an outstanding horse
|J.nce of a man named Norman Doug- firmly. GAME .WORLD\ / _
(fas; taras once more awed and a .
There was no use In arguing It, today.
/adoring and
very of course. She rose. "I expect lunchIs

FELTON had found ready. SERIESSUNDAY And in the cigarette world
FRANCES a On the way to the house he kept

for her energies and his arm tightly about her waist. :--- I Chesterfield is outstanding.Both .
she was transformed. Already she Charlotte's acknowledgement of ;

has making Lists. her news was characteristic and PITCHING OF WARM2KE WAS won their place strictlyon
"Of course we won't try to get j '
comforting. Charlotte's letters hada
everything at once,. but William can way of putting everything In its r merit.

drive us to Birmingham In the morn- proper perspective. TWO OF THREE HITS I

Ing and we can make a beginning." Even Judith broke a silence of _= Apply any test you like-
Emily moved restlessly In her
many months to rejoice with her.
deck chair. The garden was bathedIn There had been a brief announcement Chesterfields stand for the best

sunlight and the tulips and Iris three months before of the arrival -

were vying with each other for su of David Carroll Morton but
premacy. The result was intoxicating. Judith had been too occupied for WRIGLEY FIELD Chicago. .

letters. Oct. 7.-The Chicago Cubs won They are milder yet they

"Not yet Mother. There's so much "I'm glad about this." [she wrote], the fifth game of the World Se-

time for all that later. This Isn't the for more reasons than one. I've ries yesterday afternoon due most ;. x let you know you're smoking.

ort of thing that slips up on you." guessed from the things you haven't ly to the masterful pitching of

Frances looked a trifle! upset by said that Edwin Is by no means perfect Lonnie Warneke, who held the They taste better-give you real

her levity. "But you won't want togo and after the baby comes he Detroit Tigers down to three hits i .

later won't particularly tiatter. in six innings before he was,, take pleasure.

Emily's eyes had an unruly glint She smiled wistfully at Judith's ing out of the game because of
"Why not? Everybody on earth got
enthusiasm and wondered If the an injury.

here by the" same route. day would ever come when she could :Mickey Cochrane, manager-
Emily sun herself once more In the radiance catcher of the Tigers garnered
"I'm sorry." But she didn't sound r.F
of Judith's personality. trio\ of the safeties off his delivery
particularly lorry.It's just that I'd
(Copyright ISIS, ly JTarta Sims) and the other was,, obtained by e
rather stay out in the sunshine for a

while and work my garden. Fox. tJ..If.: *
"But yoU have no business work Edwin object: tomorrow to OM'. Hermanns!jtrJg'! >nd Klein's 3!
of Emily's friends 1
home fuolir ,tlel third inning,

scoring two runs put the game on yC
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ice. The Wtndj City Tribe added I

another run in the seventh frame.

STEAMSHIP'Co.UNITED when Herman doubled and scored

P & 0 STATES FAST Galan. ;
: Bill Lee relieved Warneke in =

MAIL ROUTES FOR I the seventh and was touched for

INDIES three hits in the ninth inning, yfM o
MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST I the only frame in which,, the Tigers r 4 B
Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays Wednesdays and .. '
threatened the Chicago
Saturdays 8:30 A. M.Leave '
Gthringer scored the only run for
Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays f Detroit : :

6:30 P. M.Leave. Lee struck out three batters and

Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. walked three allowing four hits A for mildness

Sale of ticket for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. I in the three innings he was on' the

For farther information call Phone 71 mound.Leading hitters were Klein witha for better taste

COSTAl Agent.c .
J. H.
homer and a single, and Herman g aJ.I..Mn1'. R>Xnaa Te icco CQ



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Sponsored by the High
Enjoyable Farewell Party For i Advertisements under this head CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER School Sodality

errthis YOU CAN BRAG/ 12, 1935
will be inserted in The Citizen at
Miss Grace Rivero Last Night ...........
] st ye .% 'F 1 1Qtl.F the rate of Ic a word for each insertion ............. Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly.

Miss Grace Rivero who is leav- (Gonzalez Nevy Armayor, Warren I but the minimum for the _. !For Mayor .

ing today for New York was Lopez, Oscar Ramirez, Larrie I first insertion in every instance is I DR. H. C. GALEY

honoree at a delightful farewell; Guiterez. Joe Cerezo, Isadora Rodriguez 25c. I
last given by the I" For Mayor I
party advertisements t
which she> Danny Lopez, Eddie Diaz, s Payment for classified -
Mukj.)1ukiClub of WM.H. MALONE
is a member. She will make her Tony fierce, Jesus Medina, jr. is invariably in advance, 1 For Reelection i

future home in that city. !I'I I Marco Mesa, Jesus Carmona and but regular advertisers with ledger 0 0 I

The enjoyable event brought, Ray Nicklas. accounts may have their advertise- I For CouncilmanDR. t. -

together many members of the:' Grace Perez, Georgie s.aunders. ments charged. j|1. (r DNS relArq earn l.ISSA. aPOST. ARMANDO COBO rr

younger social set of which Miss: Rosemary Saunders Barbara! Advertisers should give their'

Rivera has figured prominently.I I I Carey Celia Carmona, Virginia street address as well as their tele- NEW ARRIVAL ATHOMEOFAGUIAR

The affair proved to be an even-; Perez, Blanche Hernandez Con- phone number if they desire For Police Justice

ing of merriment. A program of I I suelo Carmona Elsie Christenson, sults.With re-I T. S. CARO

dance music was furnished by Joe'''': Frances Canova Lottie McLean, .' 4t W--.Nf each classified -

Catala's Orchestra. I I I I Zenia doff Dora Machado, Isabel ment The Citizen will give free an For Captain of Police

Attending were: Billy Acherson -'Anrtayor Celia Salgado, Martha Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for I ALBERTO CAMEROFor

Douglas McCarthy: Henry,iCarbonell; Ida Rodriguez Ercelia it. Mr. and Sirs\ Lui3 Aguiar an- Captain of Police Don't Risk Roof Leaks

Gilmore Parks, M. J. Cau'I Falcon, Moraima Ochoa, Grace
Perez, nounce the birth of a boy at their weather quickly locate
sey, Paul Mesa Frank Marrero, Perez Ofelia Machado, Juanita Practical saleswomen as well as good cooks these pupils of Theresa PERSONAL I home on Olivia street Friday aft ROBERT J. LEWIS BAD weak spots in roof

Bill Ortiz, Lionel Cobo, Octavio I Mayg Solita Cobo. Durlach's modern school held "school made" jelly sale. Their parents ernoon. The new arrival has been "bobby"MONROE New leaks develop,and old one
I the supply.
wiped out STOMACH ULCER CAS PAINS get worse.Wise property owner

like the early Dutch settlers,I t'lemons). Measure sugar and juice INDIGESTION victims, why I given the name of Luis, Jr. 'r refuse to take chance- -they
Both mother and
JUST into large and mix. Bringto suffer For quick relief get a; baby are doing have risky roofs put in good condition -
pupils of Theresa Durlach's saucepan THEATERJOAN
Golden Anniversary Mrs >liar before I or replaced before
Wedding nicely. Ag
I school in New York City make their a boil over hottest fire and at free sample of UDGA, a doc-,1 was any
add bottled fruit stir- her marriage Miss Elizabeth Cas- BLONDELL damage occurs.When
own jelly. Dressed in authentic costumes once pectin tor's prescription at Gardner's roof needed
Celebrated Here Saturday of the Dutch period when ring constantly.Then bring to a full ado. .-- 1 supply new the right are of
Pharmacy.oct2479ll141618212325 we can type
New York was New Netherlands, rolling boil and boil hard tt minute. I BROADWAY GONDOLIER Carey Shingles or Roll Roofing
-- these young people whose schoolingis Remove from fire skim, pour quick- 1 An American has the Matinee Orcb.es the Well gladly
purchased : Balcony, lOc; at right price.
Mr. and Mrs\ John C. Lord were Grandchildren-Mr. and Mrs. of the most realistic nature spenta ly. Paraffin at once. Makes about 11 28x1
ancient and sword of the city I tra 15-ZOet 15-25c furnish a free estimate on these
( mace Night
; :
Dutch did. glasses (6 fluid ounces each)
Most 'delightfully entertained Sat- Ralph K. Johnson, Misses Helen day living as the early time tested roofs.
urdayafternoon by Mr. and Mrs. I They were very fond of preserves, FOR RENT .' of Galway Ireland made in the t
Caviness Edna Marie Caviness, Grape Conserve I
and Ask 17th
jam. j jforBaby's
especially jelly any I century.
Harrison T. Reese, in honor of It SOUTH FLORIDA
Charles W. Lord Dorothy Lord, pupil of the Durlach school and <4 ,their"50th; wedding anniversary at they'll tell But these pupils pared fruit >,i Ib. Meded r*.uK aa FOR RENT-5-room furnished CONTRACTING &
the Lord home, 1010 Varela I Gilbert Lord, Lois Lord, Joan Rae have it all over you.the Dutch settlersin cap I lemon cup nut Juice mean%bely bottle chopped trait pecus apartment. Laundry tubs and I Cold -ott- !! ENGINEERING CO.

street I! Lord, Betty Lord, Myrtland Cates one way. They make their jelly prepare garage. 514 Margaret street. WAVESTwo
To fruit, stem and crush
for the affair were care- Jr. and jam in the modern shortboilway Phone 152-M. septlgtf ,. .. Permanents QfT Oft
UA41411' and are certain of results. well about 3 pounds fully ripe 2 J Proved best by two j
JuUy carried out and the house Delicious refreshments and With Concord grapes in season at I grapes. Add '/. cup water and sim- generations of mothers. for T.- i I
net 'yard were gorgeously dec- cigars and cigarettes were servedto the beginning of the school year mer, covered, 30 minutes. Remove TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED i Better Waves, $5.00 and ap 11

or.tyd to carry out the golden all in abundance. Games jokes the students have made the follow seeds and skins by sieving. Squeeze APARTMENT. Con ., "ICKS MRS. MILLER
from 2 lemons and rind. ty
color scheme.A and songs were enjoyed by aIL ing: juice Measure sugar into large grate kettle. veniences, porches.! 519 Eliza, VAPoRus i Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J &

huge golden iced cake adorned The grandchildren furnishedthe Grape Jelly Add nut meats,raisins,lemon juice, beth street Apply 523 South-I .
4 (Z lbs) juice -- --- -- ----- --- ------ ---
the table surrounded by many entertainment for the after- IVi cups cups (3 ol lbai sugar rind, and prepared fruit, filling ur:, ard street. sept 14.
% bottle trait pectin the last with water if .
lovely roses. Those who were pres- noon. cup necessary.Mix
To prepare juice, stem about 3 well and bring to a full rollin! WANTED TO BUY I.I I.
ent were the immediate family of Before the family departed, Mr.
pounds fully ripe grapes and crush boil over hottest fire.Stir constantly I
Mr. and Mrs. Lord, children of and Mrs\ Lord lighted the 50 thoroughly. Add Vt: cup water,bringto before and while boiling. Boil bar r't
the old couple: candles, while the family stood a boil, cover and simmer 10 min- 1 minute. Remove from fire and st WANTED-Old Gold Teeth;, be Hoodwinked

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Lord,I I around showering them with utes. Place fruit in jelly cloth or in bottled fruit pectin.Then stir and Crowns, Bridges, Jewelry. False '
Mrj and Mrs. Myrtland Cates, Mr. good wishes. bag and squeeze out juice. (Concord skim by turns for just 5 minutes to Teeth. We pay high as $10 for 'Don:
give best color and flavor. If cool slightly, to prevent floating AccEP.TING'IMITATIONS
grapes full sets. Dept. F, WESTERN
and A most afternoon
and Mrs. William J. Lord Mr. enjoyable was
other fruit. Pour quickly. Paraffin at
Malagas or tightskinnedgrapes once. '
Mrs. John A. Lord, Mrs Flossie spent by all and a great many Makes METAL CO., Bloomington, lit:
1 I are used, use 3Vi cups grape about 12 glasses (6 flud
Itx'FOR ITo seethe original I Davis" 100 Pare Paint
,Castillo, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison beautiful gifts were received by juice, and add juice of 2 medium ounces each).,, oct7- II e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rmn rAIII
T. Reese. the old couple.Eoerready .
I SALE I -- look. forthis Davis 100% Pare Paint baa'oftta been ...aocctic ".

----- -- --- .---- --- terda:.. afternoon by plane to join i i returned by plane yesterday froma a Avr Lab imitated bat never duplicated. "S----
PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed eDay.. withIn ::
Pure Paint conforms :
IO% :
ltfrs.llma Wilkins Star her daughter Mrs. Lovick Ley, short vacation in :Miami.
cards, $1.25. The Artman e all pare paint Laws and is the only paint :=:::-
who has one of her children seriously .
Weds Ray Curry Club To MeetAnnouncement ill in Miami I AI Manucy. head of the WPA Press ug7: ORPi that carries a guarantee of purity." -...r

Il I research returned and yesterday statistics from department short, OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two PAINT look? for this Guarantee on the Label" r::
In the of the bride's has been made
presence C. O. Ackerman, business man business trip to Miami. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of' W...._BCOTMctm wKb My._Pun. Mumfacfmr wAn war___.
mother Mrs. lima Garthside, and of a meeting of the EverreadyStar of Key West left yesterday by fice. oct16 oar prodMs an. made I fcy w ..* Bchnun and. coM through. Deafen only
Club to be held tomorrow
the groom's mother, Mrs. Fannie afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock,: plane for a business visit in Mi Ben Felton, who was away from THEttBDAVlSCa Csla***<* /*** MLTIMOREM&
ami. the city on business, returned by TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

and Curry Ray Mrs.Curry lima Louise were married Wilkins on at th Southard home of street.Mrs. Bertie Higgs plane yesterday morning sheets, 75c. The Artman Press! j G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets

yesterday afternoon, 3 o'clock. It is requested that all membersbe Charles Tift, local business man ang7 .
and proprietor of Tift's Cash Grocery Relief for -
in attendance. Quick ---
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Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming
left by plane for Miami
Street church officiating. ParentTeacherAssn. yesterday for a short business I

Following the ceremony the trip.
and Feverand
newly weds left by plane for a To Meet '

short honeymoon visit in Miami. Leo II. Warren, president of ,

There will be a meeting of the Key West city council, who was in Other Effects of FIRMS

Melody HourThursday Division Street Parent-Teacher I I Miami and Jacksonville on business Malaria i

Association held tomorrow afterI returned by plane yesterday.Mr. .
NightThe .I noon beginning at 3 o'clock according Don't put up with the suffering of
Malaria-the tcclh-chattorinc chills and

i I I I to announcement made and Mrs.\ Randolph Kiser the burning fever. Get rid of Malaria by Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
eleventh Key West MelodyHour" today. were arrivals on the morning plane I petting the infection out of your system. t
A is made for That's what Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic
request a
be Thurs yesterday for visit
willl presented on I attendance. a with Mr. Kili i does-destroys and drives out the iufcc-:

day night, according to announce- er's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. tion.At the same time it builds op your

ment made today. I........................ Kiser, and other relatives.' system against further attack.Grove's .
Tasteless Chill Tonic contains
New talent will be introducedat I tasteless quinine which kills the infectionin Star American CoffeeHas I ROSES
the piano as well as on the PERSONAL MENTION Miss Louise Curry, telephone i the blood.It also" contains iron which JOHN C. PARK TIFFSCASH
operator at WPA headquarters, builds up the blood and helps it overcome and that
violin. ....................... I the effects of Malaria as well as fortify a taste aroma
against re-infection-These are the effects it only found in food coffee FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY
Mrs. Lillie M. Wharton, of for COMPLETE relief.Grove's 328 SIMONTON ST. and he that it's
Junior Club To you want you can sure
Philadelphia, Pa., left for home SkinSufferers SPECIALTY
Tasteless Chin Tonic is pleasant to take fresh because it's blended in
Meet TomorrowFirst by plane Sunday after spendingtwo find and absolutely safe, even for children.No 1101 Division St
ready relief
from Key WertLARGO
weeks of pleasure with her itching of eczema bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle PLUMBINGDURO
,rashes and similar ills in the today and be forearmed against Malaria. PLANTS and VINES PHONE29Staple
son, Sgt. J. V. Wharton at the
business meeting of the For sale at all drug stores.Now two sizes Ib 18c;
month of the Junior Woman's U. S. army barracks here. R slnoll -SOc and $1. The $1 size contains 2>i
Club will be held tomorrow afternoon I times as much as the SOc size and gives V. & S., Ib 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA and Fancy

4:30 o'clock in the Key West Frank Curry, who was in Key you :2S% more for your money.iti.ftiuSI PUMPS GroceriesComplete

Woman's Club Home on Division I West on business and visiting STAR COFFEE MILL
street. 'I relatives, left je treday afternoonby PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERYPHONE
512 Greene Street Line Fresh
As there are a number of mat- plans for his home in Miami.

ters of importance to be discussedit r I I Ir PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
I II. Stewart Leonard, assistant 597
is earnestly desired that a full
district supervisor of women's
membership be in attendance. r
work for the WPA, Jeff.')"estrcday 1 ? ,
LEGALS afternoon for Miami en route to MI i I Ill a I :.t. t- I SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

i t Jacksonville on-business. 'ttm\\t \i\* ,' Jewfish, 2 Ibs 3S INSURANCEOffice

.\1M Tin' .- u FOK-XTV WOMtOK Ji' INIT fOlNTl.KI.OIIIIIl. cm liT-..'"t) Mrs Ilman Louise Curry of the d Yellowtail Steak, 2 lit,. 3S THE KEY WEST

,. 'I t WPA recreation division, left yes- i USE ICE Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 2Sc : 319 Dural Street

In ItlfllAItP re Th. Estate I'EACOX.of: terday afternoon for Miami to 1 Grouper 2 Ibs. _____ 2Sc SUNDAY STAR v
I-'.SKI (spend: a vacation. I
NOTICE OF AI'J'I.I\TIIIX FOR Snapper, 2 lb.. _.. 25e
: IK hereby Risen that theundersign Ray Curry was a passenger on'' 1 I J Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. 25c
Subscription $2 Per Year
,el administrator rum testararnl the afternono plane yesterday aft- 3t1 LASTS LONGER!
] 1
.> ..nn. M>. <1< bonis non, will FRESH SHRIMP Try Your MeaU At
ernoon for a visit in Miami. '
on the 'not <1aof April 1534 present cG t d Large Select Oysters Key West' Only Sunday -
to th- Honorable Ounn.
County Judgein and for :Monroe Dr. II. N. S. Jones left yesterday Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 65c Paper; Delmonico Restaurant
Count; Florida a final report" inMate I PORTERALLENCOMPANY
th. above : all tonrhern, and afternoon for Miami for a I Made of all metal-equipped FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen Budweiscr Be r _______ I5.
will ask for the approval of same[short business'isit.. t
and for a final discharge as ad- 31 with WATER COOLERS L I It I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Court. Dinners _._
minlstratnr. as aforesaid. in the estate "" 0
of Uirhard .'aeon ed. j I Mrs. Amelia Olivieri left yes- f 4I They're Economical F I PHONE 151 P H.O N.J:" 'sn. -------- SOc, 75, and bye
Hated at Key West. Florida this .,.. .." ,to,'Ii
30th day of September. A. I>, IMS.T I

K. J. as ROItRKTS.Administrator aforesaid.septso. .I Beware Coughsfrom 100 Per Cent Refrigeration .,..' ,, ... ; ..

; -t7-n-zi-s; noti-ii-is-ri. I t Satisfaction j1 j1Ir I AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation i is Wrap PRITCHARD

>OTICK TO CHKIMTOKS common coldsThat I Ia, need at 536 Fleming- Street JENNIE B. DE BOER
In re Estati of ii ped in mnrery packageof
PEACOX.Deceased.. Hang OnNo
To" all Creditor Legatees Distributers I 3O 35 I
and all persons havingclaims matter how many medicines and
<< or demands against the Watch 1 PRINTINGDONE Digalfiad Sympathetic
you have tried for I
above named" estate.You irritations
cold or bronchial can EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
and each of you. are hereby" i Csmrtasy
notified and required" to present anfile I'' get relief now with Creomulslon.and r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S 1 Doctor i BY US
Serious trouble may be brewing
any claims or demands In the I tl NOTARY PUBLIC
office of the County Judge Monroe you cannot afford to take a chance
County Florida, which you or *ny with anything less than Creomul- ICE CO. '\. WATCHMAKER, JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER
of you may have against the estateof ,, sion. which goes right to the seat I" I
Kei-a I'tacun. deceased, late of: of the trouble to aid nature to 1,1,1 INC.t : AND ENGRAVERSee ARTiSrPRESSCitizen
Monroe Counts. Florida: within, soothe and heal the Inflamed memo Aaabulaac Servtc
; Him For Your Next Work
eight ('alt.ndar months from th branes as the germ-laden phlegm a
Phone No. 8
dat. of this publication, to-wit: the I Is loosened and expelled. I ALL PRICES REDUCED
23rd: day of September A. D. Itii..
have LADY
Even if other remedies Bldg.PHONE ATTENDANT
T E..1.
LOflsK ROJIERTS.Ct.AltA CURRY I failed. don't be discouraged your Hourct 9 t. 12-1 t. 6 Citizen Officee
AdmlnlKtrator and Co-Adminis-, druggist is authorized to guarantee 51 ,
trail, r<*..pctively.110GKR Creomulsion and to refund your Open Saturday Night n,.n. 648 Neve Sleep
: WATKINS I money 1f you are not satisfied with
Attorney for Adms. I results from the very first bottle. lhl. .3t. ..G I
epJ-JOoct7-H; >,' pet Creomulsion right sow (Adv.) 1 i -- --

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