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 8, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00319
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Ataodated For 65 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the Wat jk tp .I t5-t (!C t 9 t'tcn. most range country Key West.equable of; only with Florida weather Fahrenheit an, averaletInteresbofKeyWe" has in the the




II t Farley May fight 'TwoThirdsRule' l LEGIONNAIRES TO TROLLEY WORKERS\ "RING GONG" -Europe Sees Menace Of New 'Bloc'


I At Convention In 1936 :I I As Ethiopian Situation Nears Climax

.' WILL TAKE W. Va., Oct. 8 run in cooperation with the street I
I PLACE AT MEETING TO cars in eastern Ohio. ---- -
Postmaster General Con FLORIDA BRINGS the
-It board meeting time '-
1 I The old Wheeling Traction
vinced That RooseveltWill eld frame residence which houses company -
ran Warwood to
Be Renominated cne of the most democratic streetcar Moundsville in West Virginia and I CREEK AND NO NAME KEY \WILL Wide Area As ResultOf

Arthur Sawyer Post 28, American to Bridgeport Bellaire, Shadysid.e,
I Legion will meet tonight to companies in the naticn. Martins Ferry and other points in II Sanctions Against
UnanimouslyBy install the officers who were elect- The chairman-he'* just one of Ohio. The depression whipped it I I BEGIN ON FIRST OF NOVEMBER

PORT YESTERDAY AFTERNOON II ed at the meeting held last Thurs- and under receivership the system ItalyBy

day night the workers on ordinary day*- seemed headed for the junkyard. I -

HERBERT PLUMMER FROM HAVANA I Those to be inducted into of- The workers dug into their savings '
I begin: I ITHEFf Automobile ferry service will be
fice are: MAN HELD FOR
(nr AMMelate* Preu) and raised $25,000 for a first MELVIN E. COLEMAN
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8.- J. J. TrevorCommander.F. "We've paid for our car line. payment. Everyone of them resumed not later than November
Steamship Florida, of the P. W. Knapp-First Vice Com- turned in at least $300. In the OF BOAT1 (Associated Press Staff Writer)

There has been talk in well-in and O. S. S. company, arrived mander.J. What next?" next two years each contributed 1, it was definitely announced today There a new shadow aerea.

formed quarters of the Democratic 6:30 o'clock: this morning from mander.A.. F.. Dion-Second Vice Com- Around him are grouped the f 10 per cent of his or her wages to,' by M. E. Gil fond, WPA ad. Europe.It .

Miami with 52 first class and 34 other directors. One is a motor- payoff the debt. "
party that "Big Jim" Far second! class passengers for Key E. Qorcoran-Adjutant. They did it on a nickel fare SIDNEY TULLIS ARRAIGNED ministrator. suggest by its shape that
James S.-Day-Chaplain.Cane man on a daily run, another rep- t
too. Only after two-mile ride
ley chairman of the national committee West ond class; 45 first class and for Havana.six( sec- I1attrick-Historian. resents the men who toil in the does the fare rise a to TA cents. BEFORE PEACE JUSTICE Negotiations for the construction Ethiopia might have been reversed

to administer The vessel passengers 51 tons of Wm. Cordova-Sergeant at repair shops--even the office The payroll ran about $29.000 THIS MORNING of a temporary ferry slip at
is preparing quietly brought I Snake north and south', add beld
Creek while be-
Arms.U repairs
automobile for girls represented. a month and there was overhead I
and are
a knock-oat blow to the Key freight West; 20 one tons and five automobiles I I ) J. Del.ado, P. B. Roberts J. "We've still got some competi to be considered. To save money I ing made to the highway on Lower I between the old world and lh.
W. Pinder-Executive Committee. Matecumbe, have been carriedon
for Havana. There was lion from buses," comes from a the workers rented an old houseon Charged with theft of a small
two-thirds" role .
time-honored at which
There are a number of mattersof I between Mr. Gilfond and Con- light collective security :
also a large number of sacks of I importance to be brought be- director. "Why can't we do something Wheeling island as headquarters } sail boat, Sidney Tullis was arraigned rad Van Hyning. Florida FERA
the 1936 conveation.'tHo '" mail on the ves"tlStt'amship to smooth that out?" t and all other expenses! statesmen have been trying to
before Peace Justice administrator and Mr.
fore the meeting and a full at- today Van
cut to
were minimum.
of the And done. a
Cuba same something was
attempted to>.have the- 104- tendance is anticipated. Public Rogelio Gomez this morning and is Hyning informed the Key West kindle through than uaedium of tao!
Line By
Took Over Bus
line, arrived from yester-
now in county jail under bond of administrator that the temporaryslip
: nomination day afternoon for Havana with The 240 employes who two years By plugging along they built up .
year old rule governing-? $200 awaiting trial at the next will be completed not later League f Nations.
one first class and four second MRS. STRICKER ago faced loss of their jobs be- the line to the point it carried 8-
term of criminal court. than November 1.
of presidential West 13 Traction 000.000 last year. The The shadow might well be
class passengers for Key ; cause! the Wheeling com passengers
The boat stolen from the
abolished in 1932, ca.didate.1: first and four second class .pas- NOW\ RECOVERINGINJURED pany was in receviership weren't goal for 1935 is 10,000,000. "Thecompany's Garrison:' Bight was and is the prop- The being channel dredged at and Snake constructionof Creekis labelled "...cLio..." for talk of
off the motto is "courtesy.
sengers for Tampa. content with Just paying
erty of Captain Roy Potter's son.
with almost disastrous results to The vessel sailed for Tampa debt on the interurban line-they "One of the contributing fac- Identification established be- the temporary slip has already sing that League weapon brought
6:30 o'clock with 23 passengers. I bought the business-lock, stock: tors to the success of the system, was rtarted. It is planned to operatethe
the of President Roose yond a doubt this morning by Cap- ferries on a direct run be- it into existence.Sanction .
candidacy Steamship Medina, of the Clyde- WOMAN REMOVED and barrel-at a federal court was the wonderful public support, tain
arrived 9:40 o'clock given to it," said Harry McCune.I' tween Snake Creek and No Name
velt. i sale.Within i Tullis was arrested by Deputy *, especially economic
After FROM HOSPITAL TO I weeks after president and general I
Galveston. they
last night from I two manager. : Key.Key effeef
I Sheriff J. P. Stickney when noti- ones, need unanimity to be
convention will be vessel took of the "Many leave their automobiles Westers who have friends
The 1936 an discharging the on a HER HOME turned over the last $25,000 persons fied the boat had been stolen and tive. League circles at Geneva
that desirous of
of mahogany lumber live I price deal was at home to ride with us. ; are motoring to
cargo $75,600 purchase a I
1 I the capture of the thief was made predict that if such eaures are
ideal time to abolish the rule in and miscellaneous Ohio bus Grouped around McCune officers ; Key West can now advise them
turtle sponges a made to coordinate an as -
I Fla. theprisoner will be taken
yesterday at Craig's, and to the definite for voted the step
assortment and sailed for service with the interurban line. : of the company are Treasurer I I day resumption -
the opinion of Farley. He is con-I teacher in brought to the city last of without dissenting voices, but
Mrs. Ethea Stricker, travel the Mr.
on ferries
Charleston and New York.MISS I: The employe-owned interuban R. T. Carries, General Superintendent -
I night. there will be silent voices. Some
Harris[ Grammar school who was I Gilfond said.PLANS
vinced that Mr. Roosevelt the Cooperative Charles M. Marsh 47
; system now is known as I
knocked down by bicyclist October At the September term of I governments, it is aid, are almost -
a a' I
At in the service, and In-
renominated unanimously, hence G. RIVERO 1 when she emerged from her Transit company. years criminal court Tullis pleaded guilty I certain to "abstain," a
in Columbus, 0.. the Cooperative structor Thomas F. Burke, vet
home on William street, has recovered meeting a to a charge of embezzlement ,- TO HAVE t I method of keeping till akin to the
there will be no danger of tread- Bus company was formed ; eran of 45 years service. '
be ', and grand larceny but as the per I defendant who when naked to
to remove
LEAVES ON TRIP sufficiently. with transit company officers I "Watch this line from now,: ron making the charges was not :: plead guilty or not guilty, "stands
ing on anyone's toes. In 1932, II ed to her home.Immediately after the accidentMrs. I i and officials of the former f aOt-! on," they say. "Street cars aren'tdoomed. i present having', it was stated, lost STATE DIVIDED mute."

: em Ohio Bus company as incor- The country will be:
i hurricane the
FDR entered the national con- Stricken was taken to the 'This l life in the on Situation "De cate'
1 : porators. .eedin them for mass transportation hav-
he allowed to
vention of the two- LEFT YESTERDAY ON STEAMER Marine hospital. Examination The bus line hereafter will be for Keys, was go Geneva has reported. that
shy necessary brain 1 years. I ing served 40 days in jail. MOVEMENT FOR DIVISION OF
showed concession of the
Switzeri.ud and. Austria, both
thirds votes to nominate and all and possible! fracture, with the FLORIDA STARTED BY connecting Italy with. Germany,

ROUTE TO NEW YORK patient readily responding to !' ACCOUNT GIVEN OF! St 111 espeefeliy 'a temte -situations -
attempts chuek the rule.whieh treatment AMERICANS FAVOR ITALY 3- RAY SELDEN 1 so far as sanctions are con-

has caused so deadlocks and Since the diagnosis was pro-I I, cerned. Their railroads haul
many -
Miss Graciela Rivero. department nounced. Airs. Stricken has shown AS PLACE TO LIVE IN EUROPE I I DR. CURRY'S DEATH:I J, goods chiefly to and from Italy.

some disasters for the party 1 head in a large Key West wonderful recuperative powers I Ray Selden, attorney of Day- Austria's state-owned lines wouldbe
and is now on the! road to recovery. tona Beach, Fla., is consideringthe ruined Vienna has told
proved unavailing. Department Store yesterdayon
the S. S. Cuba for Tampa en R A* oelate4 FORMER KEY WEST RESIDENT idea of having Florida divid-!I Geneva if this traffic were cut

Jackson Started It route to New York where she will CUBAN OFFICIAL I By ALEXANDER GEORGE I I come-providing investments the DIFiD IN WAUCHULA ed into two parts, the lower section off.

If Farley is successful, the spend a vacation with her parents WASHINGTON Oct. S.-Warl American population in France to be known as South Florida I Switzerland besides a like

Democrats will have displaced a Mr. and Mrs. Genevero Rivero. FLORIDAMrs. and to this end has sent out dilemma, is confronted with the
COMES TO CITY clouds cast their shadows on bad decreased only 2,000 by 1932. communications to
I newspapers! fourth her
Groups of friends and associates I fact that a of population
convention mechanism as old as al Then devaluation of the dollar throughout state.
from the store assembled at Italy where three time. is Italian in ancestry and
the party conventions themselves.It the pier to say bon voyage to their sunny resulting in an unfavorable ex- Frank Delaney has received Mr. Selden believes that the i j(speech and not likely to take with
was in 1832 that Andrew Jack- and wish American citizens reside a.1 the belated arrival of,II present "presents an admirable ( the Of
1 departing companion, MAYOR OF CAMACUEY AND many change and a clipping from a I t grace application punitivei
forced the adoption of the Wauebula.1 this
to bring
son opportunity about
for her visit and safe to their mother coun-
pleasant measures
a the depression in France causeda F'uu, i
two-thirds rule the first in other European newspaper and feel that !
at party's WIFE STOPPED OFF EN- any I many a meeting
I return. i !I death of her Dr. CliffordJ. 'i try.
cou.try'l big exodus and by 1934 United! brother
national convention. I ; should be called to be attended by
There are Curry following lengthy ill- Germany is out of the league in
Jackson didn't need the rule States citizens living there num- as many from each section of the her membership
I' all except name and -
for himself since he was certain I CLIFFORD HICKS 000 American living i in the land bered only 12,700. Continuanceof ness.Mr. state as possible." I October
I III Curry, who was born in !l ceases formally on
of an overwhelming renomina- And is convinced that if the
I unfavorable economic condi- 21. She continue to collaborate -
% took his residence may
estimates Key West I
of Mussolini, according to up I
tion, but he wanted to show how I IN COUNCIL RACEMAKES Antonio Quintero, mayor of tions and increased French strictures 'elsewhere and I proper publicity is given such a I III I with Geneva on !social
many years ago
(much strength he could muster Camagucy, Cuba, and Mrs. Quin- of the state department bas finally moved to. Hardee County I II I meeting will be well attended and questions, bet. tans far no one
for his running mate Van Buren.; tero arrived yesterday afternoon on foreign business and em- I then an organization could be I I
where he had made his home for' with a shred of authority has ventured -
The senate had refused to confirm from Havana on the Steamship ed on reports by counsuls made ployment brought a further de- I formed, the idea openly and frank-, to vision Hitler's nazis supporting -
II the :
Van Buren previously for: FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT Cuba en route to Tampa for a vis- early this cline in the American population past. 'Curry tenj was years.Dr. familiarly known ly discussed and a modus operandi! I Franco-British effort to

the post of minister to Englandand IN THE CITI it of several days with relatives. year. this year. I: to his numerous friends in Key formulated and outlined. j'I I quench Italian! lartior in Africa.Berlin .
"Old Hickory"?: was deter-: During their stay of several This compares with 10,315 in The meeting is tentatively called has N l merely that she
Little West "Keeter" and
was quite
British Changes : as t|
mined to prove !ithat, he was the ZEAY hours in the city, they were visit- Colony I 1 I for October 28 at 1 o'clock in the<'
I remain far
I France and 10,252 in Great Britain The size of the American colony! popular among a large circle of i would neutral so as
real boss of ,the; Democratic,II ed by a number of friends who Angebilt Hotel at Orlando.
,, friends and acquaintances, and j,l fighting is concerned.
in Great Britain has changed very
I until the boat ida where the
party. remained at the pier matter and Flor-I' .....
in'1 I.1 and Northern Ireland which little in the last six years. Americans -! his demise will be keenly felt by dividuals I -co. Gees Hunting-
iI ed. and organizations
While it Van Buren t.a ,
I There dabts too whether
Hicks of Key
Clifford G. one livin -there in 1929 numbered the residents of this community t are
1832 it later led to downfalL, j, have the next largest American |will be present or send represent -I
West's outstanding citizens and ] compared with! and elsewhere.The I Hungary wuM go along with the
11,700 as
He succeeded Jackson to the .. tatives to the meeting are asked to
duly business announces in this i of his I League in applying sanctions.
'! men ELIJAH CATES colonies in Europe.A 10,250 this year. Return home of]1 following account write Mr. Selden in the Selden
Presidency in 1836 but four years candi- I I ;;Julius Qocmbots of Hungary
issue of The Citizen as a Britishers who had become United': death is reproduced from one of premier -
later he literally was howled out- date for councilman.Mr. large majority of the American 'I States citizens probably was i the Wauchula newspapers: 1 Building at Daytona Beach i;I I and also her Minister of defense -

of the White House in the famous': Hicks has been identified ARRIVES HEREWILL citizens living in Italy, however factor keeping- the American al' "Dr. C. J. Curry, 52, a residentof I t tj has been in Germany of-

"log cabin and hard cider" cam-I with the shipping and customs are believed to be of Italian 'I population figure at that level. I' this section for the past ten I j''MYRTLAlfCATESNEW ,, ficUBy for a hunting. expedition

paign of 1840. I brokerage business for many years birth or extraction. They are mostly The number of United States years, died at his residence on with Hitler's[ right band men.
In 1844 he had an excellent. and during that period has gained DISCUSS FISHING BUSI- citizens in Germany has increased North Ninth Avenue Wauchula Skepticism In other capitals as to

chance to stage a comeback. Witha a reputation for integrity and NESS WITH LOCALOPERATIVES I i I naturalized citizens ..of the I from 3.000 in 1929: to 5,000 in I Monday afternoon at two o'clock,I \ CANDIDATE. whether the killing of pheasantsis
substantial majority of the convention -! I I United States who because of adverse -
square dealing which has made 1935, the gain being attributed II following a length illness. Dr. I the real object of the visit

back of him, his managers -; him an appreciated figure in the business and employment I large measure to the return to the inl Curry had been confined to his bed COrrn brought the explanation "that it

did everything withintheir l business world of South Florida. I I conditions here have been return- Fatherland during the depressionof < I I for about three weeks prior to his ENTERS FOR CHIEF;:. was only naturaL with the rest of

power to have the two-thirds rule. Discussing with this paper his Elijah Cates of the CrosslandFish ing to "the old country" in large Germans who had become American -I death. 'I' OF POLICE OF CITY i Europe talking pacts and the continent -
set aside. They failed and Van!II candidacy for councilman, Mr. company came in this morn- citizens. "Dr. Curry was born in Key i I! unsettled as the result of

Buren lost the nomination to'.' Hicks:: said: "I feel that I am num- ing on the S. S. Florida from Miami numbers since 1929. Thousands of Yugoslavians,.1 t West on January 25, 1883 and was OF KEY WEST ]i i|the Itafo-Ethioyian conflict. Ger-

James K. Polk t because he was un-! bered among those in this com- ad will meet with Key West In 1929: American citizens: residing Czechs, Scandinavians, Irishmen well known throughout Hardee many and Hungary should have

able to muster 32 votes required I'' munity who, above all else, have r r fishermen tomorrow night. in Italy numbered 10000. and Portuguese of American citi- County as a registered druggist of 1----1''[ preliminary dinciissiuiii."

under the rule. f' the best interests of Key West at I I Mr. Cates told The Citizen he A large percentage were Italians, zenship have returned to Europe high quality. lie was employedat Poland, too, is an enigma to

Changed History j heart without being Influenced by will talk with the local, business who had made fortunes big and i'since the onset of the depressionto Garrett's Drug Store and Bee-i'I' this issue of The Citizen as a in'I''I''I'i those who are figuring on the effectiveness -

Since then the two-thirds rule : any partisan or personal inter I fishermen on a proposition to fish little, in the United States during "double up" with relatives and I son Br.o ,here and by the Garrett I didate for the office of chief I of sanctions. She is

has remained securely fastened to 'I' ests."With for the company he represents, I I friends. The American population Phgrmacy; Bowling Green up toa police and will conduct a vigorous bound to France by an old alliance
the party's neck. Hopeful conven- this in view I will be this winter, in the event there is the "golden twenties' and had re- from 479] 'Jew months, ago when' failing campaign from now until election but has a never cultural and non-
i' in Portugal jumped
tion minorities have frustrated to member of opportunity for them 'to' ply turned to live in comparative I, f health caused his I day, November agression
gratified serve as a 'I no in 1929 to 17,000 in 1932, indicating him to give up 12. I I pact with nail Germanyand
every effort to abolish it. j, city' council and work in harmony I their business for local concerns.SIXTEEN opulence on dollars which then I I the tremendous exodus of]I I work. He removed with his famrify'to Mr. Cates needs no introduction is on friendly terms with

The rule has had a farreachingeffect with others who are imbued with were potent purchasers of a high Portuguese workers from ,the United Wauchute.about two months- to the people of Key West as! ;; Italy. Only recently a new Polish

on the history of the ('oun-I the same :spirit' of doing all pos-I I CAMPAYOUTHS standard of living in most European States.YOUNGPEOPLE'S. '1 I ago. TJ-!1_ lie is well known to most of them I I liner sailed into New York a ship

try. It has dashed the ambitionsand I sible for Key West. countries. "Surviving are his widow three and to the voters. He has served built by Italy in exchange for 5-

hopes of many individual can-' I I brojtjQ.' \ncil>Curry whm: \ js in on the police force and was for 000,000 ton of Polish coal.

didates as well as splitting the)I TO OUR PATRONS I RETURN I I France's Visitor Depart /aUyW'iuWyJof( VhHa el- two years superintendent of the Thus leaving out of the picture -

party on occasions. j I France was the leading European phia and Leslie Curry of Miami;, city water work plant. the traditionally neutral

In 1860 when neither the northJern !I| Low voltage due to trouble at I Ii haven for American expatri- CIRCLE TO MEET two sisters, Mrs. Sybil Delaneyand Some years ago; Mr. Cates wasa Switzerland, there r*.*ns athwart

nor southern wings of the i i the electric plant was the reason I' : Steamship [ates in pre-deoression days, with Mrs. Sarah Enno of Key West; candidate for the position of the project of halting Mussolini's

party could command two-thirds!, for the silencing of our sound Florida this morning from Miami four children And!. Clifford chief, he told The Citizen but African advantage, a band made

of the votes in the convention atj I j equipment during the first show' were, 16 youths who have been on cosmopolitan Paris the French Jean and Bobbie, all of Wauchula. withdrew from the race when he Op of Austria, Hungary Poland
Charleston the :split' was so wide last 1 night : a tour of service in the Civilian gold coast, romantic Normandy i The Island City Young People's "The final sad riles were con- received an appointment as air- and Germany. There is coal iron

that Lincoln was swept into the!1 j We wish to explain that this'! Conservation Corps camp at Clan- I and Brittany boasting large colo Union Council meeting will be held ducted from the Bowling Green ways mechanic with the second I I and steel in Germany, grain cattle -

White House and the civil war en-I[ was no fault of the Palace sound i ton, Ala. nies.Americans I I at the Fleming Street Methodist First Methodist Church with the airways district and moved to and horses in Hungary, coal

sued. Had it not been for the][ equipment as this is kept in first Others who were in the con-: living in France in Church this evening at 8:30 Rev. Ryan L. Wood'officiating.. Charleston. S. C. and textiles in Poland. machinery -

two-thirds rule Champ Clark of I class condition at all times. I tingent sent from Key West re-] 1929 numbered 25860. While'I o'clock. Interment was at the Bowling His-host of friends have given I' wool and leather in Aus-

Missouri' and not Woodrow Wilson THE PALACE mained at the camp, having decided -, some of them returned to the Besides the officers of the Green cemetery. him assurance of their support and tria and railroads to bring all

would 1 have been the Democratic 1 Gonzalo Bezanilla, Manager.I to sign UR for another six states in the early years of the de-I I' union all department presidentsare "The remains were in charge of he feels confident of success, he I 1 these products to the Italia herders -

nominee in 1912. oct8-It j months period of duty. pression following the loss of in- expected to attend. Coker Bros.." says. .. s1 g/



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r1citp ttst Cttien ) POWER PROGRAM TESTIn -- I stable A bear W. D.trap Turney placed caught by a California Con.

TUB Published CITIZKN.. Daily BI.ISII1U Except! Sunday CO.. By INC.: a recent statement to the public MINUTE SAFETY -. fourth thief atempt who to rob was a making store. his

JOB ALLK L >I. AI.AKTMAV..... B lTVml4ft..|.._ Mau.*rFrura Thomas McCarter\ president of the Edison By Don Herold! ,
The Citizen Building Electric Institute announced the employment Temperature t i the last 24 hours over the Canadian Five mothers with Tw>t y babies
Corner Greene and Ann Street l I
of eminent counsel to Itft I Highest '. 81 Northwest, and in portions of were asked to leave a Chicago
Only :Dally Newspaper In Key XVeat and Monroe represent Lowest .........:...........:..... ...73!I the central Plains States and mid- court room BO the proceeding
- County.tDtr.red the electrical industry in forthcoming tests Mean .......+-- ......._. :.....:......77 could be heard.Subscribe !
- at Key wee Florida a. second clan matter of recent legislation before the United I Normal Mean ..._......-. ..... .__80 ,dIe Mississippi Valley and there
---'irri"-s XiHi.aR have been showers in extreme la Tne Citizen.
MrMbrr .f tae *cUit.... I"rC'ee States Supreme Court.A \t/ Rainfall .
the Associated Press is exclusively: entitled to use southern Florida. Temperatures
tor Rl ;jjSoitio: ] of all news dispatcbea credited tot case to contest the constitutionality ; Yesterday's Precipitation .18 Ins., have moderated in s\ tttutalurfSPENO///
/ brophested most sections
j: not otherwise credited In this piper! and al.otbe Normal Precipitation _._ .17 Ins. t,
local news published here.'NATIONAL of the utility holding company act will be I .Thin reranl e..ers:.-...r .*rl4mdlBc from the Mississippi Valley to the
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( J. Vlvrk tats Moral *
"" f RTCRIAl conducted in behalf of the industry by 400"THEY Tomorrow. Almanac I I Appalachian region but reading

1 ;, ASSOCATION John W. Davis of New York. who was-the IABros Sun tier Lc4....4.rL-.T 6:23 a. m., are still considerably below normal YOURflIACATION?
Hors -tsdR -
I ALrntAtt. 19.35sUuscRlr'TIoY Democratic nominee for President in 1924.: Sun sets .... ...... 6:06 p. m. over most of the eastern half of [)

: ...._.... 4:14 m. the
RATES The validity and constitutionality of MoonJisea: j':' p. country, with light frost! as
tine Tear ...... ........_. .._.._..._. __. 41pon-lets. 4-.. 3:29 a. m.Tomorrow's {I :
Six Month ...-........ .....--.-._-.. .-.. ..-=. ._:=== the Public Works Administration plan to ( .n..hh. far south as central Georgia, and THIS YEAR INHEAITN
three Month "ij! I ao Tide* Atlanta reporting a minimum temperature i
one MonthWeekly ._.--- make gifts and loans of government moneyto A.M.\ P.M. : of 36 degrees this FLORIDA"Make
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municipalities for the construction;; of High :-/wi- 7:03 7:31 i i lag which is time lowest! there for
known ADVERTISIl"I"ir"" IlATr" Low ._._ _..........12:29 1:21 this time of the f..orJOUT \
-Made ----on applicatl n._ power distribution systems to compete with I u I year. !
SPECLOTICE FOOLED US Barometer a a. m. todays G. S. KENNEDY,
All reading; notices. carJs of thanks, resolutions of private industry will be challenged in cases Sea level. 29.89.WEATIIEK Officer in Charge. //III"'II".I'.I'.I. "\\\\
respect obituary notice, etc. will be charged for at '
the rate of 10 rents a line. to be directed by Newton D. Baker of They didn't want to. I had to take a little Notices for entertainments by churches from which I said from 350 to 400 people on Labor Day evening, anc FORECAST
a revenue Is to be derived are .cents. a line. Cleveland who was Secretary of War in It .
would be killed by autos duringthe people were behaving. was -- "'
Th xTitlzfn Is an open forum and Invites: discussion ....,.I'.I'.IIII.1
of public Issue and subjects of .ocal or general President Wilson's cabinet during the three Labor Day holidays. beautiful to see hundreds of motorists (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) I {
lnt rest. but it will not publish. anonymous comifiunl- World War.A They fooled me. driving as If they meant Key West and Vicinty: Mostly i
eatlaos All the charts and graphs com- to get home alive. cloudy tonight and Wednesday,!
case attacking the constitutionalityof piled by the safety experts indi- Now, I hope the public will let Your
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST acts under which the Tennessee Valley cated there would be at least that this be a lesson. You can live if / llla r i,* Paper Pay
want to.
many Figures gatheredby you
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I Authority according to Mr. Carter "is The Travelers Insurance Company Years ago, hundreds of American -
spending huge sums of the taxpayers' combined with records of boys and girls were killed and! '
money in its effort to further the doctrineof accident tolls for early months of blinded by fireworks every Fourthof You Dividends!
1. Water and Sewerage. this year promised between 350 July. Gradually, the public decided -
the abolition of private business" will and 400 deaths. that THAT was silly.It .

2. Bridges to complete Head to Main- be handled by Forney Johnston of Birmingham Doggone it; the people playedus looks now as if some of them
false. A lot of them decided to had decided to cut out absurd f :
land. Ala., and James M. Beck of be careful. automobile slaughters on holi- 4. Money Saving PricesWatch

:1 SFree Port. .' Washington former solicitor-general of It just shows what the publiccan days.
I' ..4 do when it wants to be stub- Next year there may be only -
4. Hotels and the United States.In 1 Mostly Cloudy Showers S
.. born. You tell them what they're 200 automobile fatalities on Labor
5. Bathing Pavilion.. ; justification of these challenges to going to do and Just for that Day and-eventually only a handfuL probably occasional showers; moderate -; THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad. S

the New Deal legislation named, Mr. lIci they don't do it. to fresh northeast and east
and i
6. Airports-Land.. -. .' Sea.. winds. I I vertisers closely for special savings on, your
7. Consolidation of' County. and CityGovernment Carter declares that his organization feels -- I Florida: Mostly cloudy probably I j household necessities. Make your paper pay you S
!'r that "it is its duty to assert and maintainits American Legion Jamboree at San !
> ;showers; in extreme south portion dividends. The most interesting news in the
*. legal rights to continue to live and serve KEY WEST IN 'I Carlos hall on October 15 and see and near the east coast tonight S today is the advertising where can
how the French girls entertainedthe paper you
the people of the nation subject to reason- DAYS GONE BY boys during their time in I and west-central Wednesday and; slightly extreme warmerin north i? save many dollars on the family budget by

1 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN able regulation by proper governmental Happening Here Just 10 Year i' France and keeping the Bosches portions tonight.Jacksonville patronizing those merchants who advertise their S
authority but that it will not acquiesce in out of Paris. And say! those to Florida Straits:
Ago Today A Taken Front goods.
Fame girls the ones the Legion did S
confiscated merely to I Moderate to fresh northeasterlywinds
having its properties The File. Of The Citizen not bring over when they came
WILL always seek the truth and print it ; mostly overcast weather
advance a theory of state socialism. I I back, have promised to be. on !
without tonight and Wednesday possibly S" THESE ARE BRINGING THE COST
fear and without PRICES
ir; never be Owing to the fact that The I hand and aid in giving the people showers.

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; Citizen is endeavoring to give i3; I lof Key West one of the greatest East Gulf: Moderate to fresh I fe OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S ..:
DETECTING ART FAKES readers, especially the baseball I evenings of entertainment ever PURSE.
I always fight for progrer' ; never be the organ northeasterly winds; partly over-
the fans of the city, a comprehensivereport I staged in this city. In addition to cast weather tonight and Wednesday
or mouthpiece of any person clique Science has now come to the protec- of the daily games playedby !> the local folk who will 'take part. showers over extreme south i
faction or class; always do its utmost for the the Pirates and Senators, the j'some of the best dancers and ..enI portion. A merchant who advertises his prices
tion of the art collector who has often
I tertainers from Paree will be ,
public welfare tolerate paper will appear on the streets seen
: ; never corruption or O charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a ,
been scandalously swindled in the past each day during that time a little .!and heard. WEATHER CONDITIONS :
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; { non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
through the cleverness of sellers of faked later than usual It is safe in -
commend good done by individual or organ and the ultra-violet !raying that the subscriber! to The Cuban Gunboat; Yara will arrive Pressure continues high over Why this big difference?

ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and paintings. X-rays Citizen will be patient in the matter tomorrow. It will be in command most sections of the country east
lamp are the detectives which expose the a? has always been the cise,o'f Lieutenant Navio Enriqaiaga. of the Plains. Stiles, Binghamton I
opinions; print only news that will elevate
swindler.It inasmuch as it is realized that it ,The vessel is to participate in the N. Y., 30.42 inches and is moderately % By patronizing the merchants who present WW
and not contaminate the reader; never COBS- would no doubt be surprising if the takes a greater time to compile the I{celebration of "El Grito de Yara," high; over the north Pa-, their prices frankly and openly each week you

promise; with principle. reports coming by Associated I'I which will be the important event cific States, Tatoock Island. help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT J
truth were known how many millions of Press the baseball resultsin : Wash.
giving in Key West Saturday. A delegation 30.14 inches; while a moderate %
dollars have been spent on paintings rep the same day on which the gameis I representing Los Emigrados disturbance is 'moving !dover OF KEY WEST.

It appears that about the only per resented as the work of "old roasters" but played. |Revolucionarios Cubanos will ar- North Dakota. Williston
T I rive on the ship. Dr. Juan R. 29.70 inches and pressure is rela-
sons who have "social security" are the which are really forgeries or" 'copies by Scoutmaster Avis Oliveros, of'JO'Farrill will! be in the party as tively low in the Rocky Mountain (Make. your paper pay you dividends.

bureaucrats. lesser artists.A Troop 2, Boy Scouts of America.., personal representative of President i- States and extreme southern Flor- ,111,11.1".4'1.1)
celebrated case is that of two Blue today received a cablegram from Gerardo Machado. This an- ida. Rains have occurred during ",,"

Commissary' Officer Nodarse in I nouncement was! received today ... .
Uptopia: Where we beat our swords Boys by Gainsborough, one of which had Havana of Cuban Boy Scouts by Cubna Consul Domingo Milord '-" -

into plowshares and then get paid for not been sold for some $750,000 when the that 30 members of the organization from Carlos Manuel de Cespedes,

using the plows. other appeared so nearly identical that will arrive in Key West to I secretary of the Cuban Republic.
aid in celebrating "El 'Grito de>
experts disagreed over which was the orig Yara" October 10. Nestor Valdez 1
on -
Money talks. But if it depreciatesvery inal. assistant scoutmaster in John City'Curry Supervisor informed of Registration The; Citizen DO
much m.ore in value. the talking won't It is said that at one time or another Cuba aggravation, will also will arrive.be quartered The Cuban in I today that the registration books I
about alleged to have been and poll tax books: will remain
amount to much. 2,000 the K. C. hut on Duval street.
Iopen at his office in the city hall
painted by Van Dyck have been sold, although and will be entertained during' until 10 o'clock tomorrow night.

the artist could hardly have paintedmore their stay by local scouts.
Thus far there have been 1,000 I
A Missfc'iri editor tells of a neighborwho
than 70 with his own hands. i poll taxes paid with 900 exempts. YOUR HOUSE--
-'got so mad one day lately that he the Dr. Foster W. Taylor, of Coconut The registration and poll tax I
The methods of establishing
ceased to be a hypocrite for several new Grove, head of the campaign | books will close finally! on Saturday -
minutes. identity of old paintings is almost perfect, committee of the Wm. J. Bryan I October 10.

but many questionable paintings will never Memorial to be erected by the
citizens of the states. is in Key t
J. :Marrero hand-
those methods. A. is having a
be tested by
One year more and the seven lean West today for the purpose of securing -i some cottage erected on his land
i If Suitable For Tourists Furnished
It Is
invested Completely -
Collectors who have already a county chairman to con-
at Staples avenue. It is a small :
kine will into ht'ory; followed
; the
by I
work here. When
duct the county .
in not in- ,
fabulous sums paintings are five-room cottage with five spacious .
seven fat kin-.a cycle of seven of chairmen from all counties! in the
prosperity. years clined to submit their pictures to the test. state are announced, a meeting I|veniences rooms Other and lots all modern in the samei con- etc., You Should Notify the, Key': Nest
had rather fake for which held Jacksonville to 1 ... .
They own a will be in i i !section owned by friends of :Mr. '( ;".

they had paid the price of an original than definitely formulate plans for the j Marrero, will soon have similar : : -U

Lawyers are smartei'ihan* ordinary submit it to a test which might stamp themas state-wide the meeting campaign.wil be It called is expected for-(. structures on them, :Mr. Marrero 1 Administration Offices, Phone 460. .. ; v.i:,

folks. They get paid for -minding other boobs. October 15.Editorial. t said.; :

people's business, while others :re told to .

mind their own if they make the attempt. NO FLAG SALUTE THE ANSWERDid comment: After losing BENJAMIN LOPEZ I .

money in a foolish speculation! FUNERAL HOME i If Your Property Is Not Quite Ready For Rent-
many people conclude it is the Wed
One of the objectives of the Federal | you hear about the excitement? wise thing to do the same thing; Serving Half Century Key

Communications:; Commission in its investigation It seems that a little eight-year-old over again hoping t
of the American Telephoneand boy in Massachusetts refused to salute the losses. Licensed Embalmer ,

Telegraph Company i is; to determine if Stars and Stripes or to sing patriotic airs! Oh. Boy!-just! come out to the I Phone 135 Night G96r -\\

any x>f its operations are detrimental to its This menace to the safety of the nation -- -- -- --- You Should Call Us For All Kinds Of Building

stockholders. We do not think so, but we i will probably move the guardians of

do know that the everlasting "snooping" the republic to demand that the army Materials, Phone 598.

into .business! by the government is!' detrimental navy and marines be sent to the school- f

to the thousands of stockholders: of house at once and that the little boy be

tht company.In forced to pay respect to the nation anxiousto CONSULT YOUR BANKER


New York City for many years What foolishness! How does 'tltit\ -
there was a pleasant custom of erecting tle boy hurt America? Misled by a'fWolih' u,,
jraJiphte: on the front stooos of men who father the youngster considers the flag the ;

had served the city in the capacity of "emblem of the devil." lIe has "been'j l .

mayor. We are not certain that the cus- taught, on religious grounds, that4"" the t I .- ," FOR YEARS .

tom doe rot still persist-except perhapsv earth and earthly things are "Satan's king 'I. .t, .., '

; at the lights in these modern days are dom," and not knowing any better than a : The First National Bank offKey West T:: .: .

of the electric order.s a general rulewe child he holds firm to the faith that an :

do not think that so many mayors ignorant parent has implanted.
Member of the Federal Reserve
would appreciate this method of honoring I School officials} at Lynn so the newspapers I

them but the lights would give the neighbors say, are wondering what to do

a fine opportunity of seeing when and I with the little boy. That is not a proplem.Call Insured Federal Deposit Insurance f., Ii i South Florida Contracting & Engineering.
Deposits by
how their chief official returned to hi; him up and pay tribute to his faith in .

home. While it might be a source of s.ti- what he has been taught to believe is Corporation. Phcne 59S White and EJ'ra' Streets
far; Ion to the neighbors, 5 if; Hi r'.i'! ; rot be right, which is something worth having, ....
.. "Your home is worthy of the beat"
regarded as highly! desirable! tj: the offi! and permit the educational process of the -, I

cial. school system to show him his error. I 6I


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STXOPSIS: TktrM 10"' .If I. 01 U 4- airs. Sensing a steady Income Rose- I .....*..*..............
and SmUg Bonier tcaa about I.
bud's father had renewed his attentions
to develop into a ttat. of anted Advertisements under this head
e-trality.. toftc (*. prospect or a* and been severely snubbed. Qffeqdb2L
hetr tkanged tierytking.. Emily hatovteifcto "He done ast me to ma'y him will be Inserted in The Citizen at
*'. ttodai**!*, and Edwin. toao she announced proudly to Emily I the rafe of le a word for each insertion -
del4QAtld anything f.'T.:-or alma "But 1 ain't got no notion o' doin '
*! emytki.r. Im finds but the minimum for the "TTERY soon each oft our
everything eltt ckanyfd. FarIrtl tim "As long as you're getting alongso !first insertion in every instance is &icnds will be rcmvmg as

ahe pother ecen cctily.can deft.*er __o"l.g well wouldn't think of it." Emily \WIN FROM"I eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. !'BEACON BOYS WIN 'l,,25c. invitation" to our Wedding; and

advised her.Narcissus. I Payment for classified adver-
Cbapter 30 sniffed. ain't studyln' THE SPORTS FIELD 'Ii tisements is invariably in advance, we want it to be the best looking mritaaoa we can get.**

EDWfrt' THE. CENSOROURPRiaf 1C 1 knows when I'se well off FIREMEN\ AND LOSE OVER FERA TEAM t but regular advertisers with ledger'
h bad' accounts have their advertise-
As her position Improved she may Naturally, you want yourVciHg Invitation to be the
:'GL*, It was Dorothy
also developed social ambitions, and (By OSCAR, PITA) ![r menu charged.
*3 Shane who proved to be Emily's TO FUNERAL HOME! should ;very finest;and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our
bulwark. Dorothy tad married at her account of her first party was a ....*.*.e*....*........-> ADMINISTRATION TEN SCORED ;., Advertisers give their
high spot In Emily's day. |street address as well as their telephone remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations -

I twenty and bad one child, a boy of "1 used them papnh plates yonall After the Miami-Key West dia- ALL THEIR RUNS IN ;, number if they desire re- and A"""fMTnvffn JQ the Favored Styles of 193J.
seven so that as ahe put It. the BILL- I and
Rtondball fracas the Lopez
las she suits.
\ bad on 10'picnic week. confided TWIN PLAYED LAST :
novelty had about worn off.
proudly. Busy Bee clubs are scheduled to i THIRDINNING'' i With each classified advertisement

But she bad in addition a catholic Emily looked startled. "ton did?" NIGHT AT BAYV1EW PARK; battle in a three-game benefit series The Citizen will give free an THE ARTMAN RRESS

and irrepressible sense of humor, "Tas'm. 1 washed 'em up so they to be sponsored by the Cab- .. I II Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for

and a remarkably sane outlook on looked lak new" Her shoebuttoneyes SCORE IN OPENER WAS 14 allero de la Lu%. The winning ten it. CITIZEN BUILDING
life. She looked like a French doll, I (By JOVE)
twinkled. tor everybody Mis' will be awarded beautiful silver
TO 5; NIGHTCAP 4 TO 2 a i The Social League played 6ne
her brilliant -
black hair
with her short
Felton brought 'em to me from Bir- cup. I I MALE HELP -- -<
dark eyes and vide heavily min'ham." I .
game yesterday afternoon at Bay-
rouged mouth. Edwin disapproved of I Emily laughed. "What kind of I HOW WOULD YOU like to make ---- -_. -----

her on principle and Dorothy was II party did you barer (By JOVE) | It will be the first time in local view ParkIt was a very I $7.50 a day Own a brand new I
of his disapproval and Bees defeated the diamondbaU history that two lead- I eXClt-1 I
quite aware 'A Silvuh Sllppuh>> party. I calledIt The Busy Ford Sedan besides? Be '
quite unimpressed by 1L tl1at.'she eJpl&lnecJ.aflub; the Firemen last night in the first ing teams will play for a cup. The ing game of diamondbaU. your I
send everything
i boss I
l I own
"1 wonder why It is that husbands swell dance ball In Birmingham.The game of a doubleheader played at team winning two of the three 'I ,
score was 5 to 4. i iI you need. Positively: no money | "Like A Cake Of Ice"FOODSTUFFS
and wives never like the same people gues's come at ten an' let at two. Bayview Park. The final score games will receive the'? silver piece :. risk.: 'Details free. Albert Mills, i

?" she laughed to Emily. "After "But why such late hours?" She was 14 to 5. I which will Le given by the. lodge. I The Administration ten scored : 9204 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O.octgltx. '

you're married you don't go with the understood now why Narcissus had The leaders at bat were four runs in the third inning on ; ,

people yon each like: yon go with fallen asleep the next day with her Gabriel Carbonell Hale, Acevedo I Arrangements are being made two singles, two doubles and one i Ii

the people yon can both stand! bead un the kitchen table. Ward, Sweeting-, Pena with two I ,
'to have Messrs. Gilfond local relief FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES
She formed a habit of dropping in "'Cause tha's whut time the SH- hits each. administrator, and William H. error. These were the only scores

almost,dally and Emily came to enjoy rub Slippub entertains. In the field Carbonell, Ace I Malone city chief executive, open for the FERA boys. POSITION OPEN. Married Single i

her more than anyon,-.,1' S1hP.Dorothy s* Emily maintained her composure. vedo, Ward and .Sweeting played the series, .iththe former on the In the fifth frame the Light- j Woman, showing stunning]1 1I
like Charlotte. !"tsna1tu1.\ I see. And what did you do for
welL : receiving end and the latter on house crew scored two runs on a !I new Autumn dresses. $15 weekly -'

derstood what yon)neant. amusement"At firs." Narcissus said complacently Score by innings: R. II. E. the mound.o walk, two singles and two wild and your own dresses free.
"Tonll have to help me keep my Firemen 111 020 000-- 595
: they pinned the tall on the pitches. the in No canvassing. Experience unnecessary i1i i1iao
of proportion and ttyeeufee; i of They won game Htr i1
sense nkey. I give two prizes fo' that- Bakers 003 227 OOx-14 13 5 sure are the Busy Bee man- I Send size. Fashion I .. I
humor; EmUy said, d3Ro herself the sixth when Archer singled
Batteries Walker, Castro and
k'tligh low : of winning the that Frocks Dept. X-1820
prize: n' a one agement cup
she thought "What a frail reed Gabriel Ward and Albury. Stanley tripled, Ackerman walked Cincin-I
; team'spilot nati, Ohio. : .r
1 am; I don't se rS'lo tMSWe To ClIS ,Emily thought of the bridge prizes already B. E. Brantley,
and Christmas presents In her trunk. and manager, is making ar- stole second, Stanley scored the .
anything without supporlfrovi some. second the I ..., .
In the Lopez FOR SALE
Why didn't tell ? 1 could game the of tying
outside source." you me rangements to have name run, Parks singled to center
"1 have found some prizes for you." Funeral Homers and Busy Bee each individual player engraved on and Ackerman !
Dorothy smiled affectionately came home with [ FOR SALE-Light Buick Sedan.
Bakers exhibition i I
"I had two you done gimme. she played an game.
wilL I will run you ragged the trophy the deciding tally. $40.00. Joe Medina, Vogue-
confessed. "I used them. Bethel started on the mound for !I i
Edwin came In Just then and the Doughboys and walked three At bat, Wickers hit a double]i Cleaners. oct8-tf
greeted Dorothy with unbending po Of course, Tommy Lunn is I r
consumed with cnrt- batters and was relieved by Al tIr
and two singles in three tries.
liteness. She crushed out her clgaret EMILY
quiet. lie is not making any com- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
who showed ho has much
"What were they? bury, as
and rose. ments on the coming series but Parks drew a walk and hit two cards $1.25. The Artman
"A in box stuff ,
han'chief for
the Tuppen.At
"!leavens. Is It time for husbands a high as Captain Ingraham is taking it serious singles!; Stanley a triple and a ?
prize I.n' a cake 0' soap an' a wash- bat, Castro hit three safelyin mug
to be coming home Mine Is probably I to have his boys single.In .
enough go
rag fo' the low one." three times op. One was good I kept in our all metal ICE
on the verge of apoplexy on a the J. 50e.I
daily. Is field, Navarro, Wick-
through a good drilling for
So that was what had become of for homer.! Gonzalez walked REFRIGERATORS fresh and
a cool
I are aa
downtown corner, wondering why I it going to be a Lot series or is it ers and Lopez for the Office ten The Artman Press. aug1FOR
the She pursued the subject. fo'r I
haven't come for bim. soap twice and hit a single a perfect and B. Demeritt Parks and F. healthful as if they were, frozen in a cake of
And after you'd pinned the tall on going to be a hard Boy, ,
Edwin saw her to her car then night. for the i iI ice Our Refrigerator are doubly heatproof
,oh boy, William Cates should tell Stickney Beacon outfit RENT
came back and kissed his wife, the donkey, what did you do then? In the field Baker Cates and and absolutely airtight
"They Jes projeckted aroun'awhile you something about it. The played veil
"1 wish you wouldn't see so much McCarthy for the Embalmers and I I 1
an' then they et. I bad the back yard the World Series won't have anything Score by innings: R. H. E. I TWO AND FIVE .ROOl\I FURN- '
of herhe said. Castro, Hale and Higgs for $30.00 and $35.00EASY
"Why not- all wired off lak a square. lak this Bakers played welL Castro scored I on this one Lighthouse- I I ISIIED APARTMENT. Conveniences i iI

heah dance hall does an* had fo 000 023 0-5 7 3 porches! 519 Eliza-> TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
"She's too-fast. both Busy Bee runs. I
tables in It- The punch bowl wax all Score by innings. R. H. E. I Key West may also see its first Administration j:j I I beth street Apply 523 South- I
demanded draped In pink papuh an' I aimed to contest 004 000 0-I 10 2i| ard street. septl4WANTED Display At-
Bakers ....._ 101 000 0-2 10 3 open-air arena boxing I
with your usa pink papuh on the wire too. but Lopez ...... 400 000 x-4 4 0 I since the days of Rupert Knowlesand Batteries: C. Stickney and F'I|

He was so horrified that she almost it co's so much I used toilet papub Batteries: R. Bethel. E. Albury I his then famous "Knowles Stickney; E. Roberts, Rueda andJ. j Thompson Ice Company Inc.
Instead. They nevnh knotted no dlffnnt. -
laughed aloud. "Of course; not! ." and E. Albury, R. Bethel; C. Lunn I i Thirty Acres," when an attemptwill I' ,
But I happen" to know that she be made to match Young WANTED dhanee to bid on'
Emily had.to laugh then but Nar- and Ingraham. PHONE NO. 8
smokes Incessantly. and drinks too t i'Fernandez and Mario Santana in I Subscribe to The Citizen-20e your next printing order. The I
unoffended. know
much and I loses a lot at cards. cissus was It I.I ten-round headliner in connection weekly. Artman Press aug7|
lovely""Yas'm. PICK TEN
Emily's were wIstfuL "How FANS ---- ._ .
eyes They had a awful good |I with festivities to be put on --- -- -- ---

Interesting! that would be for & time. They sure does break things I'I' on Armistice day November 11,I II

change though. she added regretfully. by the Caballeros de la Luz. ,
He stared at her In consternation.At I 1 1t
"Aftnb they'd done broke one chair -.
times the strain upon his reverence
for Motherhood was terrific. an* a bench I took my bes chair In I\( So thrilling was the short bout
the house an' tol' 'em It (By JOVE) /
wuz condemned
on here between Fernandezand
Have lost mind? put
you your
Not& yet. darling. Dorothy Is one They'd-a mint It sure." A picked team -"represent Key I! Santana some six months ago FIRMS
West in the series with the All-
of the best safeguards against insanity Emily wanted to hear more but that local boxing fans have been
I Narcissus remembered her duties Stars of Miami\ has been selectedby
that I know ot""I craving for a return fight ever
don't'' "Good Lo'd. Miss Emily. It's neah a large number of fans and
don't carebe Insisted. 1 snice.
'boot time fo' Mr. Edwin an' 1 ain't the names turned .over to me. _

yon.think" she's a fit companion for-for even 'got my beans on." She turned The selections follow' : 1 I Fernandez claims to be ready \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

towards the bouse and then paused.
Gopher, If _
ad'been ;
She for
good a long time
and fit to battle at moment, .
and she couldn't resist releasing one 1 thought I might stuff them squash W. Cates, 3b; any
dart. today'slid o'fryin"em. It'd be kindaInditfnnt Sterling Ib; and this lad isn't of the Maxie

fo' a change." Baer type, either. How about you
"Are you afraid shell corrupt Acevedo ss;

your child?" She couldn't dampen Narcissus's Ingraham, c; Santana? Star American Coffee ROSES

Edwin flushed totly. -1 believeyou'd enthusiasm by telling her how" McCarthy cf; JOHN C. PARK TIFT'SCASH

averse Edwin was "Indifferent" If it is decided to put on an all-
be sarcastic at the Bar of Albury, 2b; I Has a taste and aroma that

Henenbe cried. things. Baker, sf; I star bout there are chances that !. only found in good coffee FLORAL PIECES A
"That would be flue.she said. GROCERY
t Suddenly she was ashamed of her Iliggs. rf; Young Figueredo and John Nebo 328 SIMONTON ST.
Edwin looked white and worn and you can be tare that it's
I will be in another ten rounder.
outburst because teasing Edwin was A. Lunn seen SPECIALTY
from the heat, she noticed as he p; fresh because it'. blended ia
such an unsporting thing to do: like C. Gates 1101 Division Street
kissed her and looking at his tired p.
Key, Weat.
shooting a partridge on the ground. J PLUMBINGDURO
face she! felt a rush of pity for the Ward p; PLANTS and VINES
Edwin was quite as bewildered and whole race of men. Walker, p; Chances are, also, that Borden PHONE 29
defenseless as the partridge. She Castro subs and Powell be in third LARGO Ib, 18c*
What a load they carried, year In Hale and ; may seen a

held out her hands to him. and year out! Even having children Capote and Elbertson, coaches;_ ten-round bout. These two boys V. & S., Ib ISc SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
dear I'm ashamed of !
"My myself)
didn't quite balance the score because Aeevedo. contain: 1 put on an excellent exhibition of PUMPS
This must be eorrtfdrhgrmy
disposi If a woman was fortunate she C. Lunn and Cates managers. I the manly art of self defense at GroceriesPLUMBING
tion. Why don't lock pr STAR COFFEE MILL
you me
had a good nurse and a dally respite the High School Gym last Wednesday SUPPLIES NURSERY
Once more he was the forgiving! eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetWORLD
protecting male.Of course Iwouldn't. from them. But a husband,wasn't so night. ti 512 Greene Street Complete,Line Fresh

fortunate; he bad to pay the nurse. SERIES DATA "" PHONE 348 Phone 256 :
I 11r3.s thinking of your own Fruit and Vegetables
rood: hat's( alL" And he had besides the driving .............aa..Se...e r PHONE 597
realization that the whole structure II. PALACE

rested on him: that must be worse (By JOVE)
AUGUST: lay like a vast woollen for the Detroit Fredric March-Charles: Laugh}
than anything else. Batting averages
over Emily ton in ] -
And how indignant Edwin would Tigers, world champions, and the
gave op her walks and her visits, have been If she had voiced her Chicago Cubs, compiled from results LES MISERABLESComedy J.wfi.ly 2 Ib. 35eYellowUil INSURANCE
and sat In the spray-cooled shade of
her own garden where Narcissus thoughts: he was quite able to pro of the six games played Static, 2 Ib*. 35c THE KEY WEST : .
vide for his wife! follow Matinees MMScs Nights 15-25e
brought her glasses of iced milk or : Yellowtail .a Bony 2 ,Ibs.. 2Sc Office: 319 Dural Street
She decided over the luncheon to Detroit
Tigers .
orange Juice and waited on her with 2Se /
2 UM.
devotion. broach the subject of a trip."Edwin, Player- AB R. II. Ave. Grouper SUNDAY STARSo6

doglike Narcissus, like the living-room, darling, I wish you'd take a vaca White ____...___....-.19 3 5 .263 -Ja k-IUe>* Leain Betel SPPU. 2 I Ib*. 25c

had vindicated her Judgment. In fact, tion. Cochrane .._.,._..23 7 .292.. THE SEMINOLE M.ttoa FUt 2 Ibs.! 2Sc TELEPHONE NO. 1

she confessed to Dorothy Narcis He looked surprised. thought7ou'd Gehringer .._.._._24I 9 .375 cnpfwn $2 Per Year *>

sus's company was far more stimulating -, decided you'd be more comfortable Goslin ___.______21 4 6 .285 FRESH. SHRIMP Try Yoar Meab At

than most of Elston's. at botne."I Fox ..._.._.___25 0 10' .400 Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE--

The vlctrola was paid for now and 1 did. Tm talking about you" Rogell .____............24 1 7 .292 s,4 pe i Fresh Crab Meal ia It. CAB 65c Paper Delmonico Restaurant f
"You alone? Hecouldn't
Rosebud's wardrobe had grown from go Owen _..____.21 0 1 .048 FREE: PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER-ALLEN

one anomalous garment to several Imagine going oft on a Clifton ....________.15 1 0 .000 v Business Office Citizen Badweber Beer ..._.___ I5
pleasure trip and leaving Emily, ai t
everyday dresses and one Sunday alone and helpless (be liked to think Greenberg ___._._ 6 1 1 .167 LOWE FISH. COMPANY Building Six Gears Dinners, _____

besides various undergarmentswith _._....___ 9 1 1 .111 COMPANY
one. Bridges 151 ___._ .
of her as helpless) PHONE PHONE 51 _._ SOc 75e. aad 8S.
which Rosebud had hitherto "Yes. You need a vacation so bad-, Walker .__....___ 511 ,200

been unfamiliar.. i ly. From work and from me." Crowder __........_...: 3 1 1 .333
As the trusted retainer of one (jfElston's Rowe ___.__. 802 .250
(Copyright ItSl, ly Marian. Stmt) _Mlt M.IU.. FlerMa McCONNELL
first families Narcissus bad I Auker ._.____.._.__ 200 .000 e .CRAS. B. GUI-En. MA. ....- AARON Our Reputation is Wrap PRITCHARD
gained caste; had even, among her
herself And tomorrow th r* Is th. treat) .', human, home-like Institution 536 Fleadaf StreetWATCHMAKER. JENNIE B DE BOER
associates begun give event in package
Chicago Cub where you will find rearlrlal ped eyery : .

Player- AB R. H. Ave. __fen and e.tertalasat a mat.t..of ,cti"\: FUNERAL HOME
-- Importance.
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Galan ..._..____.__2-1 2I .167 .. -o-- # of

ILsTAR TEN 'WILL donated his services to pilot the i Herman .....___._23 6 .250 A' steel f lre r.*r Wtalr It" ai! Watch Tb. -

boat on the trip. Klein ..._._____._ 12 2 .4 .333 l. the Man .( tae pity ,,, PRINTINGDONE Dgalfie, SympatbetieD

I, I think this is very generous of Hartnett ...__.....24 1 1 ,291 --o- Coart7LICENSED

ARRIVE TOMORROW' I these' Key West sports. I Demaree ....._._.__.24 2 6 .250 Every Room with Combination Electric"Tab j BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

I t| If nothing happens to the Contrary C3\&retta ....___..25 1 3 ,12022 Ceiling and Shower Fan Bath Slat Door Radio for Summer EMBALMER

the club will be in tomor- Hack _..._..___..___ 2 5 ,227 Ventilation Comfortable Bed with JEWELER -THEARTMAN --

[ row night and play on Wednesdayand I Jurges ._.__.,_.....,15 3 3 ,200 .traction Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring Reading Con AND ENGRAVER
The All-Star Miami( diamondbaU Thursday nights. I Lindstrom ._....16 0 3 .174 Lamps. See Him For Tour Next "Work PRESS AaWaaoo Sarrlca -

The Cuban Club has donated I II Warneke ...___..._ 5 0 1 ,200 RATES ,

ten will not arrive until tomor-; two big prizes for the winner of: O'Dea .._.......__._ 1 0 1 1,000 I siasi.Tm ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT

row afternoon. I I the series' and these prizes will be Lee ___......_ 2 0 0 .000 R_.. Private Bata -_ to a. Hoar !9 to 12-1 to 6 Citizen I Office
80 Rears Private Bath lie
Joseph Russell has donated his presented at the Cuban Club 11 Henshaw __ 2 0 0 .000 !*..-.. Private Bath .... PHONE 51 .
Opea Satara-y Nlghfc* .... 548 Here* sloop
boat to transport them from o'clock Thursday night. French _._.----- 4 1 1 ,250 I. R-.. Private Bath aM
I ....
maple R e. Private Bath
Snake Creek to No Name Key and Root ___.____ 0 0 0 .000 LIGHT INCREASE: FOR DOCBLBOCCUFABCY

carry them Lack. Jakie Key has' Subscribe to The Citizen. Stephenson ___ 1 0 O' .000


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Sweden a special holiday for B1 Subscribe to The Citizen-20e

I ; SOCIETY i PERSONAL MENTION I :Bran Muffins. For: Breakfast ]year.blind persons is celebrated each TO SUBSCRIBERSIf weekly.

:-: :-: ........................ .By.Barbara_B. BroolcsRACE S 555 S 55 55 55 SSSS 55 5555 555 I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

.. .. 1 Miss Rose Catala, who was 'p (BRADLEY.Vparamount jam do act receive your
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I spending several weeks with rel- '\X actress enjoys preparing her paper by 6>15 o'clock in the I WAVESTwo

Arrange Program For Entertain For Miss : atives in }Miami returned on the own Since leisurely her reputation Sunday as a breakfast.cook: has 1.I7ikiiIj's.I' afternoon, call telephone 51 Permanents

Melody Hour I Claribel Contreras i Florida this morning. spread throughout Hollywood, she ; ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY and a paper will be sent to for _____._______. n S5.00
usually finds it necessary to pre- .t. I
-- i I pare an extra supply for guests Invited your horn. A complaint boy Better Wave. $5.00 and up
During the eleventh Key West hiss; Claribel Contreras, formerly L. P. Artman, publisher! of The and otherwise. Miss Bradley ELECTION. NOVEMBER i* on duty at this office from MRS. MILLER
Melody Hour on Thursday night,I of Key West and her! Citizen, who was visiting in Point combines all-bran and bananas In I 12, 1935 6:15 7:15 I Ocean View Apt. I Phone 5741FLORIDA
Pleasant, N. J., and other pointson a delicious healthful muffin recipe to p. m. for tbopurpose
new talent will be introduced.: Upon fiance: John L. Beauchamp, were!, business and also spent about which calls forth admiration from ?; .5..5.5555555555555.5555For of delivering complaint I,
invitation, ,
the Commodore's of the:I !honor guests at a buffet supper I one. week in ..Miami returned on all her friends. Anyone wishing to *. Help as five yon 100 1
Roberts Mayor
Professor Charles the Florida this emulate. Miss Bradley's success: asa percent service by caling 51 '
morning. '
Key West Institute of Music:, will i and dance given Saturday evening muffin maker will do well to try I'DR., H. C. GALEY if you do not receive Tbo Citi-
act as music director in charge: of iat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- this excellent recipe: F .... K
I Mrs.\ II. N. S. Jones and chil- ;,
All-Bran Banana Muffins
this program. ert W. in For Mayor
will dren. who were vacatioiung in t.blepo Miss Cynthia Pearlman Miss Contreras is the daughterof Atlanta with Mrs.\ Jones' family \'. cup sufar VWM. H. MALONEFor r .ArI'.I.AT.I' .I.sr.J 1
Beethoven compositionand : I
present a I egg well beaten) I
Will Roberts will render sev- Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Con returned this mojninj&ir-en the I cup sour milk r Reelection CLAIMS OLDEST RANK I

eral selections on the violin, accompanied -''treras, of Key West, and holds an ,Florida?accompanied yDrj Jones .1 cup aubranleap nose The GE A ,

by his brother. i important post in the Miami post- !who left Sunday byjjlaneito join **i teaspoon teaspoon soda salt For Councilman DANVILLE, Va.Mayor Harry WASHINGTON I..sb .
The very appealing Russian,,office. .II.the family in Miami. fy I II I teaspoon baking powderIts DR: ARMANDO COBO Wooding of this city, believes he. t.idsb I00 _.. :.!:tm
---- I Ii J' Gypsy Air. "Dark Eyes", "Penseed'Amour" ; .MV. Beauchamp is in charge of I .Cream shortening and sugar;add ., official of that rankin __, .
: ; /
"Sunset in the Alps",!; i Mr.\ and Mrs. C. W. Richards, egg milk and all-bran and let stand For Councilman the country, having recently I a.a a.rr.,......,
and several compositions by fa- the Coconut Grove postoffice in : who were visiting Mr. Richards': while measuring remainder of in CLIFFORD G. HICKS celebrated his 91st birthday GMAGI r d.' ...

mous masters will make up a part i Miami. lie was a visitor to Key i family in Philadelphia and points gredients. Sift flour with soda, salt I II II IATs.ftl0 dw
of this programThe I I West several months ago and in New Jersey, returned on the and baking powder. Cut banana in For Police Justice I,I
small Unexpected arrive when A
pieces and add to sifted dry guests MAYFLOWER
Melody Hour, which is an made a host of friends during his Florida this morning. i 4
'I word out that Miss T. 4f
I II ingredients. Add to first mixture get Bradley S. CARO 300 I__..iLaad
informal affair, begins promptlyat 'I'stay.The and stir only until flour disappears.Bake has made a batch of muffins.Hi II I Sb...
wedding of Miss Contrerasand T. B. Bennett.,tax agent for I > ;
In greased muffin tins in a !
8p.m.Grand .
I For Chief of Police TYPEWRITING75c ;s::l s ..aa bel
Mr. Beauchamp will be I the Florida East Coast Railway, moderate oven UOO' F.) for 20-25 \ teaspoons baking powder i I
solemnized in Miami October 13. arrived this morning to meet with minutes.I *H 4 teaspoon teaspoon salt soda MYRTLAND CATES II I
OpeningAt I the city council: : and board of Yield: 16 small or 8 large muf 3/S cup chopped nuts I PAPER l w'r IATES..ti00dw

Raul's ClubThe I Darnall's Son ToWed I county commissioners on business fins.Here is still another well tested Cream, sour shortening milk and and all-bran sugar;Sift add For Captain of Police TI.FLAGLER.
egg ;
I I connected: with tax matters per- muffin recipe In which chopped ALBERTO CAMERO i
Alabama flour with baking powder, salt and iI
biggest event of the yearto In taining to the railroad and the nuts are used instead of fruit: soda. Add nuts to flour and add to I I iI tls 1lszl.i.
take place: at Raul's Club on Florida East Coast Hotel Com- Rich All-Bran Muffins liquid mixture. ,. Stir only until For Captain of Police I ,_w s.,,.et' ..a
the Boulevard will be the Grand i Mr. and Mrs. Marcy: B. Darnall pany.P. V cap shorteningI flour disappears. Fill greased muffin I s..d ..e d.
Opening to take place this Saturday announce the wedding of their cap light brown sugar tins two-thirds full and bake 25 ROBERT J. LEWIS I GAs..I.c..L

October 12, front 10" a m. to,!'son. Marcy Bradshaw Darnall, jr., P. Pierce, engineer with the I I.cup egg well sour milk beaten' F.minutes) in a moderate oven (400( "Bobby" Package of 500 Sheets AATES..Stm.d .

3 p. m. .., 'V.. .sK I to Miss Elizabeth Glenn Dabney Florida East Coast Railway, was 3V 1\*CUD, caps flouring aU-brsn Yield: 12 large muffins. i
Del Wood's Dams Baud jujll be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John an arrival on business this morn- ___ I KEY WESTCOLONIAL GOOD QUALITY BOND JVEST PALM BEACH
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with Raul's Club in thefuture.. Overton Dabney which will be a ing.
This musical organization' well social event of October 25, in a while in Key West, left on 1! Beach making his retreat and! HOTELIn PAPER

known locally for' its good music..: Florence, Alabama. I I Mrs. Harvey Brest, who was the Florida this morning for Ha 'spent a week in Miami, returned ty
An all star floor show will bei: Both Mr. and Mrs. Darnall havea visiting with relatives in Fort vana. the Center of the Business THEARTMAN ? :.aa;
the Florida this -
on morning.
presented consisting of the best wide circle of friends in Key Pierce, returned on the Florida I and Theater District I II iHM '
local talent. A buffet supper will West where they made their home this morning. I PRESS I r
be served during the evening. i i i for a number of years while Mr. Ernest Mears, sponge merchantof 'II First Class-Fireproof- ,
Reservations for this big affair Darnall was editor and publisher'I Mrs.\ T. O. Otto, who was spend- Key West and Tarpon Springs,'! }fro and Mrs.\ Ray Curry, who I Sensible Rate I

are being made daily. I i: of The Citizen. ing a vacation in. Asheville N. C., who was in Key West as guest of left Sunday by plane, directly Citizen Bldg.PHONE I TI,. GEORGE WASHINGTON
his son-in-law Mr.l I ICara. I..n1 Ink ..* Sawa.Os. .
and daughter .I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI tOO '
I In the year 1921 the family;,i: Boston, Mhss.\ and Miami visiting and Mrs. C. C. Price left after their wedding, for a short II I II 51 -a..._ .....Wm.vi..... -
'moved to Florence, Alabama. with her children, Dr. and Mrs. M.\ yesterday -I I -..d..ssI... odYo..d.k
Church in Miami, returned
Group honeymoon
'' the Cuba for his home in on .. Elevator
where Mr. Darnall established the'P. DeBoe, Dr. and Mrs. T. Os- on I I SATES 1100 aW q. GARAGE Mnta.

To Hold Meeting !I Florence Herald which has become;,good Otto and Attorney and Mrs.I Tampa. I: the Florida this morning. Popular Pric.. 6 I I i {.l:! 'UIU.: ] ;i""' .own uu w. I
one of the leading weeklies in the Joseph Otto returned on the I -
t I
The Daughters of the King, St., south I Florida this morning. Miss Olga Ortiz, who was I -- ----
Paul's Church will meet Wednesday -i spending a while in Havana with I I E. D. Storey, supervisor of

afternoon at 5 o'clock at the. P.-T. Association Mrs.\ R. C. Readdick and little relatives and friends, returned on!!I buildings and bridges of the F. E. I

church, according: to announce-. daughter, Barbara Jean, arrived the Cuba yesterday. I i C. R'y. Co.. arrived on the FIorI An Index To
ment made today. I To Hold Meeting Saturday on the .Cuba from St. ida this morning on business. I

A request is made for a large i Petersburg. Mrs. Readdick was Manuel Perez returned yesterday I ;
attendance of members. I I There will be a meeting of the formerly Miss Doris Cates. I
from Havana where he had
.I Harris School Parent-Teacher Association -' been visiting relatives. I I J. Gerry Curtis, assistant director RELIABLE
Legion Circle held tomorrow afternoon -. Mrs.\ William Cates arrived on of WPA and FERA oc-
I beginning at 3 o'clock, at the Tampa boat Saturday. She is i illr. I tivities in Key West, returned
To Assemble the school building, according to visiting her sister, Mrs. Herman \ and Mrs. Henry Archer'I this morning from a business tripto
I[announcement made today. Sands, 309 William street. who have been making their home: Miami.

Members of the American Legion !1 I I A request is made for a large in Hialeah, Fla., returned this fiRMS :

_. Auxiliary plan to meet tomorrow I attendance. Miss Marie Sands arrived morning to remain indefinitely. CARD OF THANKSWe
afternoon 4 o'clock in the!. Saturday on the Tampa boat fromSt. i -

Legion hall for the purpose of ber of the organization who can Petersburg where she had been i Mrs Mcllic Papy, who was., desire to express our sincere f
electing officers: for 'the coming: ;, possibly do so, attend this meet- visiting for several months with I spending a month's vacation with thanks to our many kind

year. i i'ing and take part in selecting officers relatives. i relatives in Miami, returned on friends who at the time of our
It is requested that every mem-. for the coming period. the Florida this morning. great trouble, the death of our

,.. Howard S. McClanahan, as- beloved one, tills G. Johnson, did
-- -- sistant grove inspector of the I so much to alleviate our sorrow.'
STATUS state plant board, left on the Cuba Rev. C. K. Vliet, presiding To those who gave the use of fOLLOW THE ARROWAnd !
CpC I "' yesterday for Tampa en route to i elder of the Miami District: of the their cars and to the donors of the

t7eji'.llftngd Bowling Green Fla., to visit his Methodist Church, arrived this I beautiful floral offerings, we are
SOUND EQUIPMENTExplaining father who is ill at home. morning on the Florida for a' indeed gratefuL
I meeting with the local ministers.Mrs. .I WM. E. JOHNSON AND FAMILY. --- You Will Find In This
I Frank Benavidee sailed on the octS-ltx
I Cuba yesterday for',. Tampa ,to '
the silencing of the W. II. Malone, who was

sound equipment that occurredlast .'spend friends.a while with relatives and I I spending a while with relatives;. MONROE THEATER Directory, Stores Which Aim
i and friends in Miami returned in
night during the first feature oe. Lee Tracy

at the Palace: Theater, Manager Mrs. Alexander Albury and son this morning on the Florida. I TWO FISTED To Serve and Please You. They
Harold the I Nancy Carroll-George Murphy
that this e were passengers on
Gonzalo Bezanilla states i Cuba last night bound for Tampa Rev. A. L. ?Maureau S. J., of in AFTER THE DANCE
was'due to a let-down of the volt / 8= I where they will visit with rel- St. Mary's Star of The Sea i Matinee: Balcony lOc; OrcLe"l Invite You To Visit Them!

a'eat the Electric: Plant. // p EI !atives. I Catholic: Church, who was in Palm. tra; 15-ZOct Night:

Mr. Bezanilla publishes this ex- ,
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planation due to the fact that I Miss Grade Rivero sailed on I ..5555555555555555555555.5..5.55.555.55555551555FOR
the Cuba last night for Tampa en ,
that' I - -- -
many of the patrons thought I* V '
I I i
/ / vacation
route to New York for a
it the fault of ,the sound i !
was I with her parents. i SALE INSURANCEJ. i MEATS SHOE--REPAIRING
apparatus. This is not so, he -> *. g.
states, as all equipment is kept in I'VE I A. E Fisher, of the recreation '
.. ,
first class condition at all times.PEOPLE'S I division of the FERA in KeyWest 'I
Jefferson Hotel Building Rivero and Sons, Prop. "di, Prop.
I :.
left the Cuba last "t'J.. .. :
on night > .1.- ,
... ... .d' '
: '(f'" -! '
; for Tampa. i.- .. 't Surety Bonds, Automobile : Beat Price Highest Quality .Di a" e A* Good A* New
FORUMAD. ; ; Life and Accident Insurance I Phone 479-1 Da.al.t Petronia t Duvaf'.Street

..... ............ ...... EVENT I!I C. B. Hurst; retired United .. ", g'E 1 I I '
I 1 :
FINDS LOST PUPPY In an account of the golden :'States Consul General to Cuba : ., I PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ i iI I BEER VENDORSCURRO'S I, BAKERIESMALONEY
I and Mrs. Hurst, who were spend- !!
wedding anniversary celebrationof :
Editor. The Citizen The Citizen: is almost Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ix>rd. ap- I' checksMALARIA 1 I I I STUDIO !i'i BEER GARDEN i i I & PEACOCK

Evidently universally read in Key'!I gearing in The Citizen yesterday I II. I You'll Like The Print We Make!, Cold Beer At All Times I I Baker of Baker Boy Bread
the names of Mr. and Mrs. A. 666 6 6
West. On Saturday I advertised: Photo EngUrging A Specialty Pay U* a Visit Cake and Pastries
Waviness' omitted in the I I
were in 3 daysCOLDS 81111 1
for a strayed puppy in"your "Lost,)I presented for publication. S'I I vts ttR iit Itt llg'3R1t l 606 Dnval Street I Duval At Petronia Street I PLo 818 812 Fleming St.L .
and Found column. Monday tr ,
morning my firs caller was a lit-i Liquid Tablets I I
tie lad, leading the puppy with(I i Subscribe to The Citizen: -20c 'I|Sal, N..e Dr.ps first day. Mr PLUMBINGTHOMPSON I I FISIIDEMERiTT I L- PRESSING

one hand and holding out the]I I weekly. I II I I TONIC..LAXATIVE

other for the promised reward..]I I __ _. I II
For and efficient ,
your prompt
service SATISFIED I thank you.ADVERTISER. I 1 f9 IY 1 1r I II I Our Price First" I Specializing in Fresh Fish Cleaning-Pressing

--- -- Sheet Metal) Work, Dayton Pump.! Foot of Front Street First Class Alteration
I II 1 132 Simonton St. Phone 536 Phone 44 Free Delivery 928 Division St.
Positive Relief I __- -- 1 1 I
PAPERS ;a .. ., -
i ii I :. := I :..... : i.I J ICE CREAM :I I SERVICE STATION DRUGS
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for MALARIA 'i
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeejpor I' I II WELLS' LUNCH ROOM J j I SWEETING'S SERV. STA. ORIENTAL PHARMACY

Sure End to Chills I I ,... Jersey Super Quality Ice Cream I If I f' Paint Job That Hold Up I Emilio Romero, Prop.

and fever! 1 r .f Pop dea-F..daiclea-N.t Bar r I Expert;: Starter and Gen Service PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS

Here's real relief for Malaria 1 Sale I Phone 207.W 900 Southard St.!I' Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service: I Phone 379 1000 Duval Street

Tasteless Chill Tonic I
Grove's : Whitehead _
Furnished house and lot at 1307 I
Quickly it stops the chills and fever .............. leeeeeeeee two-story CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE < -' SHOE SHOP I CLUBS
and restores your body to comfort. !j; r street. 'In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view I -- .
Many remedies will merely alleviate] the !'
symptoms of Malaria temporarily, but l of the sea and overlooking Coral Park. CLEANERSI. I O. K. SHOE SHOP For Recreation Visit

way Grove's and Tasteless completely Chill rids Tonic your goes system an the i I I 5 Bundles for For price and terms apply to .. J. Calleja. Prop. Instant Shoe Repairing I THE NAVY CLUB
pf the: infection. i iGrove's j 5c I Suit Cleaned and Pressed 35 Repairing Shoes Our Specialty Greene St. Opp. Western Union
Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real I ,
corrective of Malaria because it contains ,. 25 in bundle i f L. P. ARTMAN, .. i. 1 Day Sel'Tice-NeKt Cuban Club; 608 Duval St. Joe Mondal, Prop. You Arc Welcome

two things.First,tasteless quinine which I
kills. the Malarial infection in the blood. I The Citizen Office .;;t. POULTRYIf i
Second,tonic iron which helps overcome !
the ravages. of the chills and fever and : or !

Take fortifies Grove's against Tasteless further attack.Chill Play Tonic.safe It! I I! THE KEY WEST CITIZENd'.IT".I.AfTII"'III"II Residence 1309 Whitehead'treet you are looking for POULTRY':TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS

BOW comes in two sizes-50c:and$1.The : visit or callFulford' I Ask Your Grocer For ".,- .'
$1 size contains 2'i times as much as the i ,.5 -
: "
sac size and gives you 2S%more for your i < ;::::
le o!&.Get_bottle today!-any drug store.! j j'l\ ...........5...........................s......... Phone 880 I Deliver Half Pond Pkf. lOe

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