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 10, 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: UF00048666:00321
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Atoodated Service.Press. Day Wire 1Eb "' I{ W tS't ([t t't3cn' moat Key West equable Florida weather has in th the*

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the '-' "!: .j range country of; only with 14 an Fahrenheit average




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Protest Made In ExclusionOf CUBAN HOLIDAY UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL Matter Of Rebuilding Railroad Kenan Informs Gilfond

BEING OBSERVED (Editorial) Of Proposed OpeningIn

Monroe County Men For HERE GENERALLY effort A can task accomplish.lies before The Key sails West of that the good only a ship united can Now Being Generally Discussed Telegram Received

never be sheeted home by the efforts of a crew work- I .. --- - --- From New York
ing at cross purposes, no matter how hard they work, Residents
Work Operations On Keys GROUP OF VISITORS COME nor how earnest may be their intentions. Waking Up To PORTER HEARD

TO KEY WEST TO TAKE t Seamen who have gone round the Horn under Fact That Some RouteOf IN ADDRESS AT Hotel Casa Marina will

PART IN CELEBRATION: OF sail understand this perfectly and to the tune of a open in Key West January

Matter Generally Discussed COUNTY BOARD "EL GRITO DE YARA" rousing chantey, with a "Yo, heave ho!" they con- Transportation Be- ROTARY MEET 1, New Year's Day for the

serve their energy,.accomplish their purpose and
comes season. This is thehappy
At Meeting Of ADOPTS BUDGET bring their ship safely home to her desired haven.

Among the prominent visitors! Key Westers can do as much; they dare not, for LENGTHY TALK DEALS PRIN- answer to letters and telegrams -

County Board Conducted FOR 19351936OTHER in Key West today are a group of their own sakes, do less.* Since the destruction of a which have been sent
Cuban official and others, who Our immediate problem is the during the several
: Last Night transportation large portion of the railroad line past
are here aa a commission to represent that shall unbar the gates of West TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM -
Key to the thronging weeks from Key Westers to
ROUTINE the Cuban Government at during the September. storm, and
multitudes that need
t i our climate and our repose'assorely W. R. Kenan
the ceremonies held todayin jr., presidentof
Labor from Homestead and TAKEN UP DURING as we need their cheering in the resultant damage to the highway -
NATURE presence our
celebration of "El Crito de : the Florida East Coast
Miami being used OB the Florida I Y ara.." I I stre 'ts'and on our glorious waters. route, which left Key West
REGULAR SESSION LAST William R. Porter, as a club Hotel Company.The .
Dr. Juan Ramon O'Farrill whois How this may be done is the subject of many ,
Keys to the exclusion of many without any regular line of transportation guest, delivered a l lengthy and
EVENING well known to hundreds.of opinions; and the welfare of Key West is lost sight of1 telegram with the
impassioned fr the restora-
men on the relief rolls in Monroe Cuban and American friends in in the fierce of individuals intoxicated'with to the mainland, residents plea
Key West and has been here''' a tino of the broken lines of com- announcement came direct

county was the subject for a Budget for Monroe county for number of times, arrived on the ; the hope of personal supremacy.Let I have begun to realize the 1 munication between Key West and from Mr. Kenan's office in

Florida afternoon and forget all this. Let the mainland at the regular Thursday -
yesterday us each man bring his
lengthy' discussion at the meetingof the year 1935-1936 with a total seriousness of the situation, aDd New York to M. E. Gilfond
will be one of the principal speakers cherished I noon Rotary luncheon today.Mr. ,
idea to I
at a common meeting place and from
mhlagc of 99 1-2 was adopted
the commissioners the exercises in San Carlos fact I Porter told of the various
board of county at are now waking up to the WPA administrator in Key
regular meeting of county com- theater this evening, and in the the crucible of public opinion we may pour out an interviews he has bad with differ

last night. missioners last night cemetery this afternoon. amalgam from which may be forged the weapons I that something must be done in I ent officials with that end in West, is terse and to the

Facts indicate. that William Present were Chairman Carl Others who arrived on the Gun- with which we shall win our way to a prosperous crder to have the railroad rebuilt view. and stated that he felt that point, reading as follows:
Wm. R. boat Juan Bruno Zayas 6:30 yes- I both the Oversea Highway; and
Bervaldi, Commissioners plenty.
Green, who has been appointedin terday afternoon are: Com- whereby an automobile road,,' Railway were essential to the welfare "We have decided to gam-
charge of the work on the Porter, Norberg Thompson, Brax- mandant U. Franco Granero CaP- Plans are many, and so diverse that a govern- of Key West. ble and will the Hotel

Keys following the hurricane, has ton B. Warren and Nathan Niles; tain Carlos Viera de la Osa, Cap- ment willing to assist us might well say, "It is impossible may be constructed over the rail I The speaker gave a general out- I open
Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Chief Deputy tain Urano Solis, Brigadier Jose to discover what you want. When your war- way's right-of-way affording line or the conditions as exit in Casa Marina January 1.
shown determination to bringin
a several( Semiday, Commandant Placido I j i Key West, saying that no one:
Bernard and A short time Mr. Gil-
tribes unite will I ago
1Viite ring become
as many laborers from Homestead I Hernandez, Commandant Cres- your powerfulally. through transportation to and knew what may be the ultimate

and Miami with an utter citizens. censio Cabrero, Dr. Benigno ." outcome unless something of a fond received a letter relative -
from the
disregard of the needs of dwel- The budget as adopted is essentially Souza, Sernabe Souza, Manuel And unite we must; unite or perish. mainland. constructvie nature is undertakento to the water supply for
the same as the tentative Martinez Franco Granero, The statement from overcome the spirit of depression -
Angel following
Keys'and in The best be dormant in
lers the Key plan lying the brainof
on may
the hotel the winter
budget published in The Citizen Angel Blanco Rios, Serafin Sa-, i !that has followed the de- during
Wst, who are the greatest sufferers October 5 with the millage. distri- riego, Luis E. Trujillo, Engineer one of our least prominent citizens Much\ good 1.. M. Pierce, Key West resident, struction of a portion of the rail- and gave the hotel companythe

from the storm's buted as follows: i it do unless it is before road and highway in the September
ravages. Serafin Solis, Alfredo Izaquierre, may us, brought us, and we bearing on the important issue,! -
This action of Mr. Green and General Revenue ._...... 8 mills Rafael Valiente and others. I can unite in its support-a support that can not be storm which has practically assurance that this mat
Fine and Forfeiture... 3 : follows I isolated Key Went as far as a
his subordinates is such a flag- Road.---------------------- 2 sentatives Numbered of the among the who repre-are given until its merits have come before us for judg- : regular mode of transportation is ter would be taken care of

rant disregard of the needs of the Special Advertising .... 4 also members of the press commissionare ment. "One of the most important and II concerned as he had been given the assurance -

real sufferers from the hurricane, General Indebtedness 14 : Bienvenido M&da. of Dominical The only problem that :MUST be met, is the prob- vital matters before the people of Mr. Porter arm:! all to cooperate -I that all water neces-

i i\ was._ shown, thatotest Special Bond end In- ; ..AlfOjQso. Amenobar, of lem of unification me' that'barrier Key-West and Monroe County to- a* one'> W/JMwta -t. bring .
our ; : surmount
tefesi'.... .:.r _'- would be forthcomingwhen
against Mr. Green's administration :: \ Avance, Francisco Guiral, of El day is railroad transportation. the city back to its old standing, sary
Interest and Sinking 34 the rest will fall before us. and said that everything possible
Mundo and Leandro Garcia, of needed.
is urgently required.One General School.._..._ 10 Diario de la Marina. : As a first step toward that end, we place the This subject affects every resident should; be done to bring pressure! I
of his acts cited as being of Monroe County, and requires As matter of fact Nor-
Special ("Tax Dist. to bear whereby regular transportation a
The visiting officials and rep- columns of The Citizen at the service of Key West. I
particularly offensive was bring-I No. 1 ...._.....m.______.10 resentatives taking in careful, sane study. j j system can be restored. berg Thompson head of the
' arc part Do you think the railway is of prime importance ,
School Bond Interest Dr. Manuel Martinez of Ha-I
Dade and -
ing from county approxi- the ceremonial being held at the "From opinions and statements|I
mately 500 'negroes for work on ...__.._..._._ 5 Maine and Cuban Martys plots in ? Is it the highway that to you seems to be the appearing in the it !j vans, Cuba was the guest of Say Thompson interests said

_____......._..._..___ 5 press appears! bastian
Cabrera the
State Vi and addressed
the Keys when there are hun- -' the cemetery this afternoon and paramount question? Do you advocate a combina- that our people are not pulling j! I some time ago that if water

dreds of men, whites and negroes, will also participate: in the exer- tion of the two? together on this important mat]I I club in his native Spanish, partsof
needed he would
in Key West and Monroe county Total- 99% mills cises to be held this evening in ter. Wholehearted cooperation'from +' which address was interpreted j was supply -
who would be glad to have the Depository accounts for the I San Carlos theater. How do you believe your proposition should be every resident of Monroe i,I by Mr.: Cabrera. Dr. Martinez It.

work. month of September were read, financed, ? ; said he would speak from the I
Complete programs for both of ,County is needed. We must cast! Asked
i about this Mr.
Discussing .the situation on the checked and approved. I these events were published in Lay your views before the people of Key West aside our selfish personalities and|;;! various broadcasting!' stations of,I
Keys with M. E. Gilfond, admin-I Clerk Sawyer read an invita- The Citizen yesterday.AWAIT for consideration unite in one cooperative body for!'i, Cuba urging close cooperation Thompson told The Citizen
forgetting personalities and judg-
tion from San Carlos Institute. I with all efforts toward
istrator in Key West, he said he the mutual benefit of all con-!j having restored -
has an appointment with Conrad Emigrados Revolucionarios: Cubanos -I ing the other man's honesty of purpose by your own. cerned. j i: the broken lines of com I this afternoon he .would sup-

Van Hyning, Florida FERA ad-I and Cuban Club, requesting the REPLIES THEN WE WILL BE READY FOR THE NEXT "Let not the wolves of dissension -( munication through Key West as ply all water needed by the
commissioners to take in the they were before the Labor
ministrator and will meet him at part STEP. betray our community. I Day
a point on the Keys tomorrow. celebration ceremonies of "El storm. The F. E. C. and its car hotel at the same price
TOBUILDBRIDGES Regarding Governor
I -
At this time the labor situationon Grito de Yara," being held this 1"HOTEL "The press states that our Governor -I f ferry system was looked upon as charged the hotel by the
the Keys will be discussed from afternoon and evening which was! J a vital link between the two coun-
MANAGER OFFICIAL FROM 1 of this great state expectsto Florida East Coast Railway
accepted. tries. Other included Ra-
every angle and the situation will visit Key West within the next guests
be explained in detail to the Flor-I few days. At which time he will'ifael I Valiente, 01 Havana; Miss Company.

ida administrator.As MANY INQUIRE I HAS MUCH FAITHdVlNilSLAND HAITI ARRIVESABOARDPMNE listen to our plea of what we i, Frances Lee the Morris Miami, and What opening of the hotel
Mr. Van Honing will representing Red Cross Society
prob- KEY 'WEST-COMMITTEE HAS w*nf. It will be impossible: fur,'
ably come to Key West for a first CITY I thtedGwernor to plan a course of ; Charles S. Johnson, Tampa; will mean to Key West

hand and intimate idea of condi- ABOUT STORMRev. WRITTEN GOVERNOR AND : I action unless we unite with' a 1 Paul W. Myers, Miami. cannot be easily estimated,
tions in the city he will have a I .defTrfiVe' plan. A: plan that is I The secretary read" a communi-
better opportunity to see just 11 workable _e and agreeable to all con- cation from the Rotary Club of I says Mr. Gilfond. He be-
what is JACKSON GOLDEN PROCEEDS GOVERNMENT ENGINEER DEl. Monterey, Mexico, relative to
A. L. :Maureau, who recently : j cerned. lieves that this news will be
While in the tit' he will be the discrimination of Mexican in
returned from a trip to ,IMPROVEMENTS TO SIRES TO OBTAIN** CLOSE 1 "If press reports ara true that I
guest of Mr. ,Gilfond and every \yiTH! I federal is places Of amusement. The seere-! happily received by a large
West Palm Beach and other sec- 'J J jthe government willing I
phase of the situation in Key I tions, states that on returning$ I have written to Governor HOSTELRY FOR COMING I VIEW OF DESTRUCTION ON r' to loan and grant a sum of tary was instructed'! to reply to i number of people who have
West and the Keys will be the same informing the club thatno
home on board the Steamship Sholtz, and all members of the money for the budding of an I '
gone into in a most thorough and WINTER FLORIDA KEYS such restrictions exist in our been asking about>> the mat-
automobile i it
Is not
Florida that he contacted several Overseas Bridge Commission ask- highway.
complete manner. I persons most of whom were Key ing them what progress has been I possible that we can secure this' city. I' ter during the past few

Westers, who made inquiries a? made toward securing the loan for highway and at the same time re!
STEAMER GRANADA. to whether Key West was damaged the bridges and are awaiting their "Key West is going to come Charles Fequiere, government, build the railroad. It appears to: PLANE BRINGS weeks, especially since the

in the September 2 storm replies. out on top and I am going to be I engineer of the Republic of Haiti,t lme two plans can be offered and I I hurricane.At .
which hit the Florida Keys. The foregoing is the reply received in : both of them, reasonable ar.d I
charge works
public was an the housing division of
COMING TO PORTVESSEL On being told that Key West from Mayor Wm. II. Ma- right here when that happy time arrival in Key West by CoastGuard I workable. 18 PASSENGERSRegular I
missed the storm by a good margin lone chairman of the committee "First: Have this money go direct the WPA it was learned
they expressed themselves as appointed at the meeting held by arrives," says Jackson Golden, plane from Miami yesterday -i} for the rebuilding of the rail-
that inquiries
DUE TO ARRIVE AT being very glad, although offered citizens in the county court house manager of the Hotel Colonial. for a short stay. The principal ,;road and decking the railroad Thursday plane from a great many

refrets at the other points which last Friday night, at which bridge object of the trip was to,}'from Big Pine to Lower Mate- Miami arrived this morning with have been received relative
KEY WEST TOMORROW were struck by the blow. matters were discussed. Asked by The Citizen what he 'eumbe as an automobile highway j mail and 18 for Key
get a close view of the Keys and[ passengers to the hotel opening and
FROM PHILADELPHIA Among those who were met on Composing the committee: are was doing in the line of making I(Various engineers have studied West as follows:
the boat by Rev. Maureau! was Mayor Malone, Frank Delaney, the destruction following in the!-this plan and have given their Chester Hardy Mrs. Margaret I from the tone of the communications -

Rev. Vleit of the Florida Metho- Fred Dion, Fernando Gato, Charles preparations foe the coming tour- wake of the hurricane.Mr. I I opinions that this can be done Meltzer. Charles Curtis Mettzer.I it can be readily

dist Church Conference, both of Ketchum, B. E. Brantley and Ar- ist season, Mr. Golden replied: Feqaiere is en route to t I''I j with a reasonable outlay of'' Caro Stewart. A. D. OHvieri,

Steamship Granada of the whom enjoyed a half-hour talk relative thur Sheppard.Mr. Washington D. c., to attend the."}funds. The railroad traffic over George Ives, Gary G. Williams,I understood ,that practically
Standard Fruit and Steamship f to Key West and its peo- Malone stated that the com- "Oh, nothing much! Just spend- Pan American conference [{these two points is such that the Maurice Cruz Doris Cruz, MasterM. I all of the queries were from
company left Philadelphia Tues- ple. mittee was still actively engagedin ing about $2,400 repairing and being hazards are reduced and the interference Cruz Paul! W. Myers, Otis
day and is due in port tomorrow the matter and as soon as def- renovating and putting a new held this week in the capital in''I can be regulated to a Curry. John W. GliMon. Charles j prospective visitors to Key
with passengers on the. cruise to NOTICE inite results had been obtainedthe dress on the building. connection with Aviation Week. minimum. By so doing the Tift. Frances Morris Carroll Wilson West.P. .

:Mexico. committee would make the He was accompanied by Augustine road receives benefits as rai1-1 t Harry O. Wilson, Lillian Cur- I
The vessel will dock at the Por- At a meeting held last night !>y matter }.utlrc at a called meeting.Mr. "The hotel is now being painted ,'I the community. It is tis. P. Schutt, who managed -
ter Dock company's main pier for!.Monroe County Fishermen's Association : Malone told The Citizen inside and out, all of the ma- Calvo, Colombian consul toall concerned. Through this plan I I I
the hotel last
bunkers and stores. During her Mr. Elijah Cates representing that the most comprehensive letter terial being used was bought in Miami director of Pan American 1" we can have automobile trans-. HOLIDAY NOTICE season

':lay in port the passengers will goon Crossland Fish Co., was he had received was from JudgeW. Key West and the people doing I relations for that city; C. T. Han--I,portation 24 hours daily. I I I has written Robert Spotts-

sightseeing trips and visit places instructed: that Mackerel would be II. Burwell, chairman of the the work are all Key Westers. We sen, assistant director of aviationof "J "Second: Have this money go Saturday, October 12, Colum- wood several letters asking
of interest. i 5c lb. this season. On next Wed- bridge commission, who wrote Miami, and Lieutenant J. H'f direct to the rebuilding of the: bus Day, a legal holiday in the i
Steamship Colorado, of the nesday night all members and from Miami. The contents of the are going to have plenty of people Bauerman, of the Coast Guard,,,I railroad and providing a shuttle I II State of Florida, this bank will j as to the condition of the

Clyde-Mallory Lines is due to arrive spongers are requested to be at letter were not divulged by the in Key West this season and who piloted the plane. train service between Big Pine! not be open for business on this 1 golf and stating that
from New York Sunday witih I the Red Men's Hall at 7:30 P. M.\ mayor who stated that it wouldbe the hotel is going to be in first The group remained in Key riand I Lower Mateenmbe. This plan: day. course

freight will discharge and proceedto FISHERME.VS-" ASSOCIATION. read to the public at the next class condition to received them,"I West about one hour and then departed -I is not as advantageous as the' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.I' a number of people from

Tampa. octlO-lt meeting of citizens. he concluded. for Miami. I (Continued on Page Four) I octlO-2t (Continued on Page Three)




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west 'Wta WHO OWES YOU A LIVING? ........................

I. tP Daly Ezc pt Sunday By I IPS TRUE! Wiley Padan I[r TODAY'S WEATHER r 1 Today's Horoscope

TUB CITIZEN Millions of people are being educatedin
I.. P. ARTMA Fr.k..l tJOB ........................
ALLEN A..!.!.at eats M Jlfamacvr our country today to believe that some-
From The CItizen Ui Iding I tfttBy Today's native will be full of
Com r Greene and > .streets ones owes them a living. The laws of t T.mB.ratam of the Lake region, rain and snow and able to promote large

Highest .....................-_..........- in Ontario and light showers on energy
_Only Dally Newspaper tn Key. .tttt and MonroeCounty. nature do not seem to recognize this doc- I x : 1 Lowest ......_.................. ..... .... f the east coast of Florida. Temperatures combinations. The nature is rather

Ei.tergd ft K.y tfre t."FloHdaVaa second clan matt.r trine. Mean ..:................._..._: ....:.:.... have risen in most districts critical and a little quarrelsome
FirrvsivrifMr TEAR- Normal Mean ...?......_.. ....... .... east of the Mississippi Rivet too apt to find fault with
Biter .( tae AM..elatr4 ....... Just go out into primitive country and Rainfall I but readings are still below nor- the opinions of others and some
th. Associated Press is exclusively entitled to naetor mal while much colder weather
re-ui; >.vJt.om of all news dispatches credited tot see who owes who a living-you will soon I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.' ; times seeking to" tear down whatit
: or not otherwise credited In this paper and also I i| has overspread the northern and
_the local pews publl bed here. find that your existence depends on your Normal TfcU. rr Precipitation*.r. .r.*ers 11-a.... ..18 r pcrUd Ins.(central Plains States and upper has not the* ability to build up.

i and initiative. { radlag at to .'elek this a..al.g. I Mississippi Valley; with heavy If this tendency can be curbed
r. r TOMorrow' AlmanacSun I frost sooth-fard over Kansas and there is a food prospect of success -

r <::/y lJ ASSOCIATION. 9.3 SScHSCRIPTIoN Governments were organized to go 3 tt aRo rises .................... 6:23 a. m. temperatures as low as 16 degreesin in life.S. .
I f RI NGF Sun sets ................. .. 6 04 p. m.I portions of western Minnesota.
RATES nature one better and make it a little Moon rises ....._....... 6:35 p. nv.i G. S. KENNEDY.:- : Bureau of tinting born at
One Tear __... .. .... ......__._._.__110.01
x Month* ... .. ...-....--.-.--'-- easier to live and to take care of the help- Im 4 kit :Moon sets ...__......... 5:39 a. m. Officer in Charge Chewalla, Tenru, 65 years ago.i .
are* Months "_'" SS ii kISBFF S/1S/ Full llth .._..:::11:39 i i _
= := moon
.:..: : less whom nature would otherwise I 1. p. m. .........
One Month -w- unceremoniously 1 M y AI +nFa ............. Kermit Roosevelt of New York
Weakly ____._ ....... -- .%0 a tayv cF Tomorr.';'. rr *. I
..ADVERTISING BATES remove. A.M. P.Bf.i Today's Birthdays City, shipping magnete, son of the

Made known on application But today millions of perfectly V High ............ 8:59 8.50: I late President: born at Oyster
All readina .notices-...ECULl\OT.C cards of thanks, resolntlens of healthy, able-bodied people are being I f.. /' '.! .. p BERNADOTTE INCH SIGVARD Low ..no.'m.............. 2:26 2:311 ........................ Bay, N. Y.. 46' years ago.

respect obituary notices etc. will be charged for at 'i t t SWEDEN WAS Aici .' Barometer 8 a. m. tojayt .. Dr. Beatrice M. Hinkle of New -
the Notices rat t>for f 10 entertainments cents. line. by churches from whicha taught to loaf at the expense of the savings / cD01t A S U SGUii .,ti= a Sea level. 30.03.WEA'1'HEK {| York City physirian. psychiatrist, Lord Reading, Britain's famed
revenue Is to be derived are I S cents a line. of others, instead of to rustle for them- ( i \r d del7fed6rnrknin; t, i I I psylho-analyst, born in San Francisco jurist and vtatesman; born 15
The Citizen la an open forum and Invites discussion selves. FORECAST !I o 61 years ago. years agoSubscr1e__
of public Issues and subjects of local or general
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. r I
Such a system can endure only so (Till 8 p. m.. Friday) to The Citizen-20e
long as there are stored-up savings to con- e 1wt Key West and Vicinity: Partly I Helen Hayes actress, born in eeldy.
The Italo-Ethiopian war promises to I cloudy tonight and Friday. Washington D. C., 33 years ago.
fiscate, then the inexorable laws of nature rd 1 wo sr t aa posPartlr .,
be colorful Black Shirts Black nEiarerclFwwt ns
:Skins.: will prevail.An AN 0IKLtROIED II- h :N [///L /.Ii! \ Rev. Dr. Edmund A. Walsh,
epidemic of pests completely devours n" /h R .i i noted Jestiit and vice president of 1 HOTEL
IRU3N IRAN il I Georgetown University, born in
tree field of 1
grain and then
a or a !
In the Easiness
rCOUR1NElD the Center of
\ Boston, 50 .
Absentee citizens write that next to the pests die. Nature does not owe them i / \ years ago.Alanson and Theater District

the desire for home is the Daily Citizen ,living. "\iSI*1 1I I .,.-- II /; I B. Houghton of Corn I I First cta.-F"aeprf-

with the news from home. The same thing can happen to gov- t GAUMONT&UTSHdI. 1 .. ,ing. N. Y_, and Washington one-

ernments and to the human beings who 3TM1\ iO l1AAESHEA ; ] time ambassador to Britain, bornat II S..iLI. Rate
1IOl1Ytu0 pEIUT IN Tog ROSE d'A ( Cambridge Mass., 72 years
Pistiar.a must now be on the look- make the governments they eat up LONDON JMEya cao FA at '4 rltiter GEttnawi: ANILAAIpUS all '.' ,ago. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
c :: Ner CF LONDON UFE .
out fot another "White Hope." It will be their capital to maintain idleness, they will Cloudy Light Showers Garage EUvater
"IT'S TRUE! that the Viennese
find that nature refuses to hear composers Walter Jurmann James L. Wilmeth of Philadelphia -I
a ho.peless quest for so etime. eventually and Bronislav Kaper. European creators of Jan Kiepura song sibly occasional light showers:! ; Popalar Prics .
onetime director of tre U.
their demands that "someone owes them a .hits,wrote'Tillie the Tight Rope Walker"which Miss Courtneidgc ntoderale northeast and east
living." sings in 'The Perfect Gentleman," says artist Wiley Padan. winds. ----- -- -
A naturalist says mosquitoes can sub- This Also.; "IT'S TRUE! that Brenda Forbes, the third of the famous .Florida: Partly cloudy tonight
not be
sist without the taste of human blood. may a pleasant-sounding stage and screen family of Forbes, plays in this picture. She is and Friday except possibly light Ij r

Too bad the mosquitoes don't know that.A philosophy but it is a fact which money- the daughter of Mary Forbes and the sister of Ralph For the past I I bowers near the east coast and. j
coated political cure-ails try to hide. Fcfur years she has been appearing with Katherine Cornell in on the Keys.Jacksonville.. II
,New York" I to Florida Straits:
I Moderate northeasterly winds and I
book that is returned to the Library 51,200 CORPSESIn ---- '- ------ partly overcast weather tonight

shortly after it is taken out is one of two ....................e... and Friday with scattered show

things} -it is either very good or very bad. the eighteen months that ended KEY WEST IN Today's I ers.East Gulf: Moderate northeast-: ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

June 20, 1935 51,200 persons met deathin DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries erly winds and partly overcast

The doctor says of a certain Key motor crashes in this country. More weather tonight and Friday, scattered -i
Happenings Here Just 10 Years .a..........0..0........ shower over extreme south
Wester that he suffers frorrr colonic lazi than 1,300,000 were injured. Ago Today A. Takea From I
ness. Knowing him as we do, we think his The bare statistics, thought provokingas The File. Of The Citizen French 1684--Jean Watteau, famous

disease is colossal laziness.All they are, cannot give an adequate pic- Died July landscape 18, 1721.1738Benjamin painter. born. I WEATHER CONDITIONS I The First National Bank ot Key West
Once more the Americans and
ture of the horror of major automobile ac I -
Cubans of Key West are joiningin Pressure is'relatively low this
West Ameri-
cidents. Figures cannot express broken the celebration El Grito de .
the share-the-wealth schemes are of ca's famed religious and historical morning over the far Southwestand
bones-mangled bodies-crushed skulls Yara a day reverenced by Cubans Pacific States. San Francisco:! Member of the Federal Reserve
just sufficienely specious to catch the aver- painter who settled ni England
obliterated features-decapitated bodies wherever they may be. Americans and became president of Britain's Calif., 29.92 inches and high
age mind, and sufficiently vague to render have with the know-
I grown up throughout the remainder of the
Royal Academy born at Springfield -
-and all the rest of the results of fatal
criticism hard to understand.The I 1edge of what this day means and Died March 11, 1820. country, Boston, Mass, and New ,
II motor crashes. Nor can figures picture the from the first date of celebrationuntil Pay York City, 30.40 inches and Depoaita Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance

I tragedy of parentless children and broken- the present have always displayed 1758-Jean Fierre Chouteau Dodge City Kans., and Moorhead.i
League of Nations has done noth- the desire to take part in Minn., 30.34 inches. Rains and Corporation
hearted dependents of the victims of reck- St. Louis pioneer, fur trader and I
jng in the Italo-Ethiopian affair but show driven whatever ceremonies were arranged Indian agent, born in New Or- thunderstorms have occurred
lessly cars. in commemoration of the ing the last 24 hours from dUr-j
.its impotence. It did not the leans. Died July: 10, 1849.
even delay historic 1868 when Carlos
In a recent article in Reader's Digest, day in eastern Texas northward over
outbreak, the rains did that. Manuel de Cespedes, uttered the
"A first-class Mississippi! Valley and in portions
F": C. Furness wrote: massacre -
1813-Giuseppe Verdi Italian
call to arms in Yara, which precipitated .. .. .
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is only a question of scale and num- the series of conflicts; composer of operas, born. Died .

The forced rise in food prices is the bers-seven corpses are no deader than stretching over the l long period of Jan. '27, 1901.1825Pa1.

result of the program. mapped out by the one. Each shattered man, woman or child years War".and known as the "10 Years Krus-er great

Theorists of the Plow-It-Under and Slaugh- who went to make up the 36,000 corpses South African} statesmanpresident -

ler-the-Pigs school of economists at Wash checked' up last year had to die a personal There will be a meeting- An born. Died Jrly 14, 1904. PAINT UPUse

ington. death." chor Lodge No. 182 F. and A. 1.1. 1833--John M. Studebaker one

That is worth thinking about next held on Monday evening in Scot- of the brother-founders. of the
tish Rite when address
hall will
South Ind, wagon.iorks,
The people of the United States are time you take the wheel of your car. Driving be delivered by a member of the the largest Bend vericle works 5n 'the

normal. They do not believe that indolence at excessive speeds may, if you get rand lodge who will come to Key world in his day born at Gettysburg -

away with it, save you ten minutes in a West for the purpose. Refresh* Pa. Died March'16, 1917.
and failure are to be prized or ments will be served and a mu- Z/ O--A Sherwin Williams Product
Ihat fifty-mile run. If you don't get away withit I sical rendered.
energy and success are to be program | 1835-Anson G. McCoolcJ Ohio
punished. it may mean your death or the death of !' lawyer Union general. New:York

an innocent party. Passing on hills and Editorial comment: Jonah The congressman secretary of the U.'s. .

.. curves, weaving through thick traffic and I Citizen's porter not reporter' Senate born at Steubeaville, Zilo is a'Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
.. The Bible says "Seest thou a man could not understand why the O. Died in New York, Dee. 30.
jfliligent in his business he shall stand before taking other chances may save you a world series game was postponed:1917. "3 -Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.
minute or two m.ore-or it may mean a I yesterday when we had such fine
kings. But what good does that do weather. 1861
-Fridjof Nansen
crushed body on the pavement its bones _V I
him; he will get just as tired no matter gian scientist explorer and statesman A 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES\ ABOUT
twisted and broken, its staring and Betancourt ;
where he stands. eyes Jose A. Lopez representing born. Died May 13,1Y30.; .. 1
sightless.It's El Diario de la Marina NINE QUARTS OF PAINT ,
and El Heraldo de Cuba arrived_f..................... ....
up to you-to everyone I .
When advice is successfully given, the wht last night from Havana to write
of Today In History
drives Is recklessness worth it .
a car. for his a description of
1aker will attribute the result to his own intelligence horrible cost? ead} }the. ceremonies papers being held today, ..............:......... 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs 3.50
and if it fails hatred is the in commemoration of "El Grito| '
E 1774-Battle of Point Pleasant,
penalty. Advice is cheap and dangerous f de Yard" Mr.,Betancourt has the i W. Va.. where 800 Virginians un
tm that account. Don't give advice, keepit '. distinction{ of representing two of der Col. Andrew Lewis broke'the 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45
I I r.. rt the: largest papers on the island of power of the Indians hat 're-
to yourself. Congratulations to the Rev. Bums A; Cuba. I gion.

Jenkins of Kansas City, who looks facts in I $4.95
Rev. and Mrs. C. R. D. Crittenlt'n -
1845 U. S. Naval
Academy at
After the Philippines by
acquiring the face apparently, and urges the last night in their home,Annapolis formally opened. -

-right of conquest, then paying $20,000,000 churches to give more time to youth. 415 Duval street, celebrated their -

to the conquered, we give back the land Brother Jenkins would have the gov- 25th wedding anniversary or silver -I! 1868-Beginning of Cuba's lOt -
wedding. large PURE
Avithout cost. Then we loan our best and ernment enable to t year war against Spain-annually
young persons marry friends was present. celebrated in Cuba.

highest military officer SLS the adviser of early as a "boon to morality" and declares I 55c $2.20 gallon
Impetus has been given sales of per quart per
the new regime. What nation would do that "if young people indulge more in illicit i 1883-Two-cent postage in effect
Key Largo property the last few
-but only for half-ounce let-
all of that!
relationships now than in former years days following the announcementthat ters. Increased to full ounce in

economic conditions are to blame." He is the Seaboard Air Line is ra- 1885.

Thirty thousand persons! are killed coming out; no word of the devil, of human pidly acquiring rights of way and Can You' Equal This Low
Turtle Har-!
terminal facilities at Died-
1885-(50( )
.each year through automobiles, and that I depravity or of the flesh! bor.t Representatives: of the company Cardinal John years ifcCloskey.ago in ;New I

:toll of casualties is almost reached though : It's fine when preachers get on the have been looking over property York City, aged 75, America's I Cost Anywhere?

the year is orly nine months old. This is a ground and apply some of their religious at Key Largo and declarethe I'first cardinal.
I island to possess the best
:frightful record l/ut nevertheless it is topped ideas to people as they are and not as they harbor facilities of any place property in Key West and elsewhere -

by fatalities in the home here more hope to make them. True enough, eco- along the east coast. Turtle in addition to the largest Remember are Headquarters for Lumber; Cement, Screens,

than thirty-four thousand fatal accidentsoccur nomic conditions can and do affect the Harbor is located on the I and most modern place of business Doors, Windows-In. fact, Anything you need1!to Build or Repair..
ocean side of Key Largo directlyeast in Key West '
annually. morals of people old and young and for of the point where the new I I ..' ;

that reason all of us ought to be interestedin oversea highway first penetratesthe I ?ladamoisel'j"Szanne Scho :' .. ..

Regardless of what happens across raising the standard of living for others.A Key. I"1 evening neck arrived from Paris in the and city will last be

the sea, the United States must not become After a successful business'one of the featured performers in

". involved again in a European war. little boy, in an eastern state last career of ;35 rears D. Aronovitr the American Legion Jamboreenext South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

We can remain out of foreign conflicts if : week, played "hanging." The box slipped head of the firm of D. Aronovitt Thursday evening. The made-
and sons has decided to sell out;moiselle, brings all of her parlez
Phtne 598 White and EPza Streets
will. Those who this from under him his tiny playmates !
T.-C say country cannot the stock and close the store. Mr. vous with her and promises the

keep out of a Europe ctrriagration! thought it was a good show and let him Aronovitz told The Citizen he'boys a rare treat. at her
perfar-I "Your home is worthy of the best"
wants to take after During her stay
rest whichhe mance.
are under suspicion of desiring i it for anticipated hang. Moral: Warn your children; you a .
expects to enter the real estate West she will be the guest -
pecuniary gain. a might save their lives business. He owns a great deal of and Mrs. W. J. Schoneck. 1tlr.t


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I 1 ..eee..eee.e.e.e.e..e.sCLASSIFIED SIX BUILDING ,ton street Owner Mrs LouiseMaTone

I MORNING STAR I cost, $400.

i Erect garage at 908 WhIte

ar MJ18IAx BSMS COLUMN PERMITS ISSUEDNEW I{ street. Owner Mrs. Fay L. Rob-

SYNOPSIS ut. erkk ,3dtNaz. you spend the day with us. but I SPORTS erts; cost, $....

nor.nw.rc. *p a*G..t.mot pr'01.'eci for Zei13p.tzc( Bat hi", suppose:you will want to be with Mr. ........................ CONSTRUCTION AND I General l repair at *22 Southard
ski "Aa. wanted MM and t. dettrmintd and Mrs. Felton." ,
FOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP street' Owner, R. Mendoza; cost,
to forget David Carroll and
to J>. Ike right tort 8f H/e. fi*. She did want Tery much to spend GENERAL REPAIRS LISTED I $50.
had cft *0* the day with Frances and Jeffrey I
'Urr.t-O..Jd4: : 7-ROOM UNFURNISHED house. .
mattrr. .. Construct garage at 1016 James
but Edwin she knew wanted themto
Joy Ac tca a b_ And now Lastly I Modern conveniences. 1122 !
i* trying to talc .p lift after that spend It with his parents. She Watson W. S. street Owa.r. T. Thompson;
I street. Enquire,
84d fffnl.and to wake' vkat titers I
.e Irft oit a* pleasant at it potChapter talked It over frankly with Frances. COONS 621 Caroline street blues of permits for buiklni.lt cost. $199.

aU.le. "Yon know without my telling I ALL-STARS OPEN'ISERIES ''BAKERSYON\ CLOSE! CASA MARINA TO octlO-3tx ,,and repairs in Key West during General repairs at Duval and
you how much I want to come here, ; I
32 i OPEN ON JAN. 1 j! the past week numbered six. Ree- Fleming streets Owner Colonial
but they're so terribly sensitive
: i FOR RENT i I the office of Inspector Hotel; coat $1,300.
ords in Building -
all three of them. Sometimes I think
THE ENIGMA .. WITH LOCAL I GAME FROM LOPEZ I! Harry M. Baker, show the General repairs to home on
III go mad with the strain of keeping : i i (Continued from Page One) FURNISHED
:: Whitehead street Owner. Mrs F.
T the end I
of a week she was ableto them placated. following:
.A Join Andrew lathe garden Frances nodded rigorously. "I 'BALL TENS TONIGHT TEAM 1 LAST NIGHT both the east and west coasts APARTMENT. Conveniences -:!, General repairs to 508 Simon-:: For kerg; cost, f60.

know. And I was afraid this very have stated they would porches. 519 Eliza-':
It was time to get the bulbs In. for South-:
beth street. Apply 523
question would arise." She considered I I
next spring'the garden'Would be her a moment "Suppose you come spend the entire season in ard street. sept 14'I .ee..e..e.e..e.eee.eeeee.eeeeeeee.e.eeee

place 1 of refuge. to us Christmas Ere for dinner LINE-UP FOR INITIAL GAME EXHIBITION AT BAYVIEW i Key West and were anxious l

Edwin dJdn-t approve; ,she was when you were little we often usedto I WANTED SALEs
have the tree then-and :you CaB I GIVEN; CONTEST WILL BE PARK WAS EXCITING FROM about the links. FOR
OTer-tak'lng her strength he said; I I WANTED-Bachelor desires furnished -
hare Christmas dinner with them
but she smiled gaily at him and In- I STARTED PROMPTLY AT START TO FINISH; CEAD+ Mr. Spottswood replied one room with kitchenette -
the next day. i I I
sisted that she never lilted a finger. Emily smiled her. gratitude. "It I 7:45 O'CLOCK SEESAWEDBy I: that by the time the season I Address Box W. care of .. .

She was merely superintending, and would help such a lot! And let's Citizen. octlO-2tx: i
who ever heard of superintendent have a little tree with silly ten-cent I opens the golf course will *s ; J fn.r .

who died from over-work.. store presents and try to pretend; I I i be in perfect condition, as a WANTED dhance to bid on
that-nothing has happened. I II your next printing order. The .r .
Dorothy resumed her rlalts. The Her mother's eyes misted with The Miami AllStarswill meet The- Busy Bee Bakers and the: force of men are now at Artman Presa. *og7j 4 ..

first time she had simply gathered unaccustomed tears. "Well do our I,the Lopez Funeral Home ten tonight : I work the
Emily Into her arms and held her Lopez Funeral Home ten playedan 1; : making necessary
very best darling in the first fame of the series I MALE HILP: WANTED t.
close for a moment, And so the question" was settled. exhibition: game last night It,'changes and additions, un-
of diamondtal! the visitors 1
Ton blessed angel" she said In games t i riI
On Christmas Eve they went, laden MAN WANTED for Rawleighl
I der the FERA which allotted
an unsteady voice and launched with small packages and two or wll: pHy Key Vat outfits. was a very good content and exciting -|i! was -" Route of 800 families. Write r I b

Immediately into a ludicrous account three larger ones to dine with Fran- At last the Miami beys will be I : almost $20,000 for today. Rawleigh, Dept FAJ-.| a t ttH
from start to finish.
of the latest scandal. ces and Jeffrey. There was a gay dy
able to come down. The visitor this work. 116-SA, :Memphis, Tenn. < the t
I i
The two ot them took lengtheningwalks little tree in the living-room and
The Funeral Homers scored the I oct310172431xMISCELLANEOUS :
In the brief December after- they grouped the presents'about it. are one i.f the bfo!;: tens in .!Jth ,' j Administrator Gilfond is
noons and Emily was amazed to Edwin wore an uncertain air as Florida. Local players will have first runs of the game in the sec-!I

find how much her recent loss had If such gaiety eeemed fo him in ez- to fight all the way if they want to, ond frame but the Bakers came i writing Mr. Kenan this afternoon i s
Intensified her powers of feeling ercrable taste, but Emily wore the CARD CUTTING A --SrECI.\LTY.
win. back in their half to shove over ,i in reply to his telegram
and brown velvet dress and ignored his
Tells the future. 25c a reading.
: had never In her life been uncertainty. The game will get under way at one run and added another in the I advising of the enthusiasm 1123 Stump Lane. oct9-2tx I. s sa ft I It Ii
third knot the count I t- sl i
so alive to the beauty and ugliness. 7:45 o'clock.There inning to i
to the happiness and despair, of the AFTER dinner they opened the will Le a special section : Another.two-run rally in the!, awakened all over FOR SALE Ij

world about her. which this year were of teats for colored I sixth'put the Embalmers in the I the city by the decision to j
simpler than ever before because no persons.The r .
FOR SALE-Large Norge Refrig-
head A resigned white-faced baby, its one felt like spending much moneyIn official line-up- will be 'as lead) again. but the Busy Becmen i|, open the hotel and assuring erator. Cheap for cash. 1209 t .-. .
nodding over the shoulder of fp-
times like these. follows I once more tallied a run in their i oct9-2tx r ..;:;: hi -.
its weary mother. A negro woman. : him personally, and the hotel White street #
At eleven Emily rose with a start (
dragging a bundle of soiled clothesIn Miami All-Star half- of the same inning and shov !
"I haven't had such a good time In that he Ad- 1
child's broken-down can-t|I SALE Light Buick Sedan.
wagon. f4verll'l'lother in the next -
Harrell Ib ,
months,darling. And If my presents ; .t.( &
She smiled at the negro and the had been any nicer I couldn't have Martinez, ss; ,," i i. 10. I i mjnistrtor, Gilfond, and the $35.00. Joe Medina, Vojfe ..
answering smile was so swift and so I aeaners. oct9-4t = ; ;
heart-breakingly sad that hot tears stood IL"She kissed them lingeringly and Dean 3b; Now the score was 4 to 4, with J j 1: merchants and people of i ,

burned her eyelids A preoccupiedlittle each put Into the kiss the thing Bowen, c; only two more innings left to Key West' in general will PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

dog. going determinedly about they had been careful to keep from Kight, cf; play to complete the regulation i j cards, $1.25. The Artman
some errand of his own. their words. I Bartavis, If; 1 game. But the Bakers used only make every effort to make Press. ug7 two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

He stopped and wagged a polite "YouTI come back tomorrow?* A. Bethel, sf; one of them to put the game on I'I this season the moat successful head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

tall In response to her greeting but Jeffrey Insisted wistfully. Domnick, 2t; ice. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

his mind was on other things. A Emily laughed."Of course." Surely Glisson, rf; In ,the eighth, Barcelo hit the,experienced.I bundles,for 5ct The Citizen Office the sea and overlooking Coral Park

middle-aged salesman, desperatelyneat the session with her parents-in- Tuppen j,; ball to deep right center and it'!: octie For price and terms apply to

carrying a heavy! metal suitcase law couldn't be expected to last all Schweitzer, sub. went for a home run, put over

that had Imparted a permanent day! Lopez Funeral Home the deciding tally for the winners.At I SECOND SHEETS-SOO for BOc.;
sag to his right shoulder.A At home again she was blessedly Gonzalez. If; bat the leaders were Kerr SEA WALL SINKS The Artman Press. aug7 I L. P. ARTMAN,

single wind-harried pine In silhouette tired from the physical exertion, almost Baker, ss; and Sawyer with two singles in Officeor

against the'sky.These things fortified for the ordeal of the Cates 3b; four times up. I I I f YOUNGSTOWN. O.-A 500- TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 The Citizen

and a thousand others beat upon her next day. _She kissed Edwin good- Sterling, Ib; In the field, Baker, Kerr and !I t foot sea wall just completed near sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.i iaug'll

raw senses with an intensity that night and wondered If his kiss Ingraham, c; 11. Gates for Lopez and Acevedo,i this city, sank beneath the waters

was almost unbearable. seemed a trifle reluctant McCarthy, cf; Castro and Hale for the Bakers of Lake Milton and entirely dis Residence 1309 Whitehead Street

Edwin was an enigma. At first his But then it 4Idn't, so she seem closed very her Importantjust eyes and Kerr 2b; played a good game. I I appeared. PRINTING-Quality Printing at I

tenderness and consideration had gave herself gratefully to sleep. H. Gates, rf; Lunn allowed only one hit in i I the Lowest Prices.: The Art-

been unfailing and Emily had They went to church the next Lopez, sf; the five innings he pitched struck Subscribe to The Citizen. I! man Press. aue7,. ...e.eeee..eeeeeeeee.e.e..e..ee..eeee.eseeeeee.

matched them gladly with her own. morning. and Emily sat tense dur- A. Lunn, p; out three and walked three. lie I ,
Perhaps Jeffrey even In his passing ing the singing of timeless and Sawyer end C. Gates, subs.A also made two wild pitches. I -- -- -
would unite the people who had
two beautiful songs. She slipped one cold single game will he played tonight Score by innings: R. H. E.
been ready to love him most.
little hand in Edwin's for comfort. and a doubleheader tomor- Lopez ._.. 020 002 000-I 10 51 .
Edwin often came home early from
the office to take her driving and but Edwin, after a hasty pressure, row nightIn Bakers .. 011 001 llx-5 5 5 -,

brought her unexpected gifts that released the hand.It the first tame tomorrow Batteries: A. Lunn, C. Gates .
t *c*.4 her toBMMKMtUyfflfbook wasn't" quite proper to hold night Lopez players will again and Ingraham; Ward and Sterling "

she had mentioned; candy; even a hands in chnrehand', Air was afraid tackle the visitors. In the nightcap Bethel. FIRMS
someone might them.
piece of antique silver he had seen see the Busy Bee Bakers and 'I
So she withdrew from him In 1
In Turner's window. All-Stars will play. The third opponent Subscribe to The Citizen-20c:i
spirit and sat rigid.
But If he had rarely laughed before From church they went straightto will be a picked team. weekly.PATHFINDER. i iI

somber, he solicitude never laughed was at now times; and more his would the be Barnes's at tweKe-forty-five because dinner sharp. I -- J Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

difficult than indifference would have
Mr. Barnes liked his meals prompt-
been. ly. and besides the cook was apt to
She tried to pick the broken
up be cross and bang things unless she
threads of companionship with their
got away by two Christmas or no
mutual friends the friends she had Christmas. I Star American Coffee ROSES
fought so hard to keep but he frustrated Emily kissed them both.. "Merry fit JOHN C. PARK TIFFS
her. To every Invitation he
Christmas! Has a taste and aroma that
said firmly. Mrs. Barnes returned the kiss. I .,, !. only found i. good coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
"I'm Emily, but I couldn'tgo
sorry Iw ,
"You don't have to pretend with us. $ C25 30I3} 328 SIMONTON ST.
to save my life. Bad yon can be care that it's
dear she assured her bravely. Mr. SPECIALTY
"But it would do you good. she Barnes after a dry, rather leatherykiss 1. fresh because it'* blended ia 1101 Division Street
protested gently. "Ton see no one said lugubriously, "Let's hope II I1 4.40-21 *6.05 Key West.
but me. and your mother and father PLANTS and VINES
that Christmas ,
next will be a merry. 4.75-19 7.05 PHONE 29
and mine and none of us Is verygood 1
one. J LARGO, Ib 18c;
medicine for the other. Otfc rSiMiM Proportion

"I can't help It.""he would repeat. start Having they gotten sat down off to to an dinner.auspicious Mr. Filets soblect Sate _to_chante us IIdditioaaL wltboat node._ V. & S., tt I5c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
Td rather not go. And she wouldbe PUAIPS.
Barnes said
grace a long prayer GroceriesComplete
compelled to drop the subject composed especially for the occasion STAR COFFEE MILL

with numerous references aimed \ PLUMBING SUPPLIES. NURSERY
11 RS. Barnes was the worst of her partly at Emily and partly at the Over 20W ,000 GOODYEAR Pathfinder 512 Greene Street Line Fresh

ordeals. She came almost dally Deity, to empty arms and vacant .old-that" ho'e{gfodit s.Guaranteed In PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
to the house and sat la gloomy con- places. PHONE 597
writing a, n\t' road Injuries and detects.
templation of the fire or talked Emily counted the threads In the .
round and round the subject of little damask pattern of her napkin and \\ A better tire than- most dealers sell at

Jeffrey until Emily felt that she tried to Ignore the references. After highest prices SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
must ask her to leave or go mad. all it couldn't last forever. -READ-

Callers could be steered from the After dinner the presents were Colonial Service Station Jewfith, 2 Ib. r 3Se INSURANCE
subject, but not her mother-in-law. opened. There was no tree because J THE[ KEY WEST
CLARANCE CRUSOE Prop. Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib*.. 35c a '
Typically, her mother came up Mr. Barnes didn't believe In such
Yellowtail Bone 2 Ib. 25c Office 319 Duval Street
magnificently In the crisis and foolishness for grown people. PHONE 397 oa ,

Jeffrey was her fortress. She spenta Emily had deliberately chosen Grouper 2 Ib*. 25 SUNDAY STARSubscription
great deal of time with them.
handsomer presents for Edwin'sparents
Snapper 2 Ib*. ____ 25c
grateful for their determined pre- than for her own: a beautiful TELEPHONE NO. 1TH1
tense that things were Just as they globe for Mr. Barnes, a needed -- -. Mutton Fun, 2 Ib*:. 25 $2 Per Tear

had always been. piece of silver for Mrs. Barnes. Both
Mrs. Barnes resented the fact that of them were highly pleased with FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday Try Y*.r M_U At
Emily went to her mother while her her selection and because of their Large Select Oysters

mother-in-law must come to her.but pleasure Edwin was highly pleased ., w i Fresh Crab Meat in Ib eaa 65c Paper Delmonico Restaurant

Mrs. Barnes' resentment seemed too with her. A L)Q nvt) ( l 1f 01TO FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY Badweiter Beer _____ lie
trivial to count deal.
a great At half-past four she arose with*
Next week. Emily realized, wouldbe carefully concealed relief. "We OUR LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Co rt. Dinners --
Christmas. She dreaded Christmas haven't Mother and Dad
seen today
PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------- SOe, 75. aad use
partly because of its associations
we must run by and wish them a
partly because of the problemit Merry Christmas. -

presented. (Cofvrig\t. ISIS t>y Marion Stmt) e
Frances said simply."I hope:you'll AARON McCONNELL
Our Reputation is Wrap.
spend It with us." and Mrs Barnes Tomorrow there bitter.... **TTERY soon each of our 536 FIcmiBc Street PRITCHARD .
said resignedly. "We'd like u" hi -" : JENNIE B DE BOER
-"es lIoue. in
friends will be receiving an ped every package .

invitation to out Wedding;and I of

STEAMSHIP Co. we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get"* '
1. PRINTINGDONE Dlplfied; S.patIaetieCowrte
: Invitation to be the Di351 y
MAIL ROUTES FOR Naturally, you want your Wedding BY US

very finest and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our NOTARY PUBLIC

MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations WATCHMAKER, JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER
Leave Key West tqr ,Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays and .
Saturdays 8:30 A. M.M and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193}. AND ENGRAVER ARlSTpRESSCitizen
AmbmlaBC S.rric. -
Leave Key West for Port Tampa :Mondays and Thursdays See Him For Your Next Work

Key West for :Miami Wednesday 101.00, P. M. I Haunt 9 to 12-1 t. 6 Citizen OfficeI

Sale of ticket for Havana will top at 8:00 A. M. I CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51
Opea S tmri ay Nigkts+ P&OM 548 Tfv_ SUp

For farther information call Phan* 71

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................................................ Mrs Bessie Albury left on the I F Mrs Annie Gomez left on the you do net receive' your
MIAMI AREA TAXPAYMENTS Florida last night for a business!,Florida last night for a stay with
Division Street P.- T. Assn. visit in Miami. :relatives and friends in Miami. paper by 6:15 o'clock ia tne CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER

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Conducts Interesting MeetingThere DISTRICT SESSIONS WILL BE OVER TWO HUNDRED AND Mrs. Lily Caraballo was a passenger -, Abe Rosenthal, who arrived sad a pepor will bo seat t. 12, 1935
on the Florida last night' Tuesday morning on the Florida oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeFor

CONDUCTED PLACE OF FIFTY RECEIPTS ISSUED for a visit with relatives and 11 II for a visit with relatives, left ont year Lome. A complaint boy MayorDR.
was an interesting meeting and pay dues, as all dues must be friends in Miami the chip last night for his Is this
( home in oa duly at offic. from
of the Division Street Parent- 'paid by Oct. 31 for P.-T. A. to 1 be REGIONAL CONFERENCE AS WITH LARGE NUMBER LISTED II Tampa. H. C. GALEY

Teacher Association held yester-I 6sl5 to 7(15 m. for tne
on honor roll. ORIGINALLY PLANNEDThe AS EQEMPTS Mrs. R. H. Noble, wife of Chief p.

had day afternoon.been ushered After in by each the parent six I Mrs. Claude Albury suggested Mate Noble of the P. and O. S.I I Mrs. Alton Goehring and son parpove of delivering com WM.For H.Mayor MALONEFor

meeting 'that a prize be given to the four s. Company left last night on the I I left last night on the Florida for
little uniformed ushers the Florida for visit with relatives Miami\ where ploiat Help a* give yea 100 Reelectioa:
with Mrs. Dau h-i rooms winning the banners and local Red Cross chapter is There has been a decided increase a they will be the
: was pt-ened number of in receipt of a communicationfrom in of in.Miami.." guests for a. while of Sirs Goehring's percent service by caliaf 51
try, presiding. pennants the greatest the payment poll --1.
For Councilman
John L. Teets field : fc-otHer-in-law and
repre- If do not
the P.-T. A. and the'times during the year. taxes the few JOB receive Tbe CItIBOB. ,
After song during past days,
the the sentative of the National American -! E. D. Storey, supervisor of Sir and\Mrs. Will Skelton.T. i DR. ARMANDO LOBO
stressed point
given I Prof. Duncan
Lord's Prayer were Eddie Gomez of
their school would Red Cross, stating due to the city supervisor buildings and bridges of the Florida -
and treasurer read that on rainy days
secretary reports. I I Ibe dismissed at 1 o'clock and ask- pressure caused by the recent registration, who was appointed East Coast Railway, who was B. Bennett, tax agent of the I r.4T.I.I.I.I .4T 1"1" For CouncilmanCLIFFORD

Further discussion was taken, ed the cooperation of the parents.I hurricanes and other disturbancesover deputy for the collection of poll in Key West for an inspection,!I Florida East Coast Railway, who I G. HICKS

about "The Classroom-Teacher"]I There was a report from the the country which has en- taxes by Tax Collector F. H. left last night on the Florida for' was in Key West for a confer-'
'. gaged the time of the field staff, Miami. I ence with city council and other For Police JusticeT.
set of books and it was decided to chairman of the nominating com- Ladd, states.
it has been necessary to cancel officials. left last night the'IAUENS
get them and have them placed in mittee.Due to Mrs. Ley's de- Up until yesterday Mr. Gomez }1 I on S. CARO
Room at the to Miami the office of plans for a regional conferencein Elijah Gates, who was here for, Florida for Miami en route to St. HEARING
the P.-T. A. Rest parture had issued
receipts and 43
Florida but substituting
are Augustine.
a business visit with local
Each class is vacant. Mrs.
teachers disposaL vice-president was therefore a number of district voters had secured,. their I i r Fot Chief of Police
fill I 'receipts men, left last night for } ----
to raise their share of the ex. H. O'Bryant was elected to
meetings. from Mr.\ Ladd's office. the fiSher-I II MYRTLAND CATES
; Florida. C. O. Ackerman
Mrs. Emil Sweeting was. the chair of vice-president for was an outgoing -
penses. On October 18, from 2 until 4 I There are on the registration I l ---- on the Florida Five aliens!, who were capturedlast

appointed to see the High School:!I! the year. o'clock p. m, in Miami a con- I books approximately 1,200 names Mrs. Mildred De Witt last night passenger for business visit week by Claude Albury, im- For Captain of Police
!]! that a to I
concerning A count of parents showed I
.-T. A. president
]. [ migration officer in
ference will be held for Key West, I of persons exempt from poll tax Bernard C. De Witt, assistant Miami. charge at ALBERTO CAMERO
these volumes.A I Misses May Sands and Miriam Key West and Patrolmen Geron-
Dade Broward and Collier county payments either having reachedthe
supervisor of reports and researchof
motion was made and carried 1 I j, Carey had the highest percentage :Mr. William Carl Hunt,j! of 5JV who I do Roman and llerble Todd, were
chapters. or are
years the WPA in West left last For
Key Police
that the Council dues for the year of parents present and that Miss Joseph Haskins, son of James given hearings before United I Captain of
'I assistant manager, eastern area !just 21 Hence there
years are for
visit her
night at home in
be paid. Mrs. Claude Albury in-, Linton Vitte and Mfs. Laura a Haskins of Miami who was spending States Commfestokier C. Rodney ROBERT J. LEWIS
American Red Cross, of Washington jr-st 1,453 voters in Key West today Jacksonville.
vited the parents to attend the i I Crusoe had the largest number and I a vacation in Key West, left Gwynn and placed under bond of -Bobby"
D. c., will be present out of :a registered list of 3-
Council meetings and take a Pub- present. I last night on the Flordia en route $500 each. f

licity Course which is to be given.I There being no further business speak Mr. Teet. who visited here aft ;o0.It is expected, and anticipated, A. R. Wiggin. of the local Uni- to New York headquarters of the Three of the prisoners are, SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
Council i is to the adjourned until ted States immigration unit, and Clyde-Mallory Lines of which heI Italian -on---
The next meeting meeting men Domenico Bruzese,I
I the storm of September 2, that before the books close
be held Friday, October 18, at the|I the second Tuesday in November. er states that he is quite anxious to 'I October 19, the present list:: on of Mrs. Wiggin, left last night onj i i I i is a member of the engineers Giovanni Guerriero and Salvatore WAVES
the Florida for Miami to establish forces.
Street schooL Those who There hundred and Aiello. The I
Division were one from others are Armenian Two Permanents
I have as large a delegation qualified electors will be materially I S5.00
volunteered to go to the meetingwere ,.twenty-five parents and teachers Key West as possible, as he feels increased. their home, Mr. Wiggin ,having recently .4 women Mary\ Kashian and Ham- for ___u_

: Mrs. Cruickshank, Mrs. registered at this meeting, showing that every one -who''can' possibly : received order transferring I Miss Elajne Johnson, clerk in the aspour Kalotrdian. They came I Better Wave, $5.00 sad ap
Tift Mrs. Asson :I of him to Dade county .head office of ITax1'Collector Frank H.
Thompson, Mrs. ,' an increase twenty-five attend should 'be'"' "present. The ',1 '': ;! from Cuba. MRS. MILLER
:Mrs. Curry Skelton, and Mrs. since the last meeting. It is local chapter extends an invita- SLOW* PAYMENT .,quarters. ;. ;;,, "G. J ; Ladd, left last,night on the Florida After the hearing they were Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J

Harry Baker. j hoped that at the following meeting -' tion to all interested'in Red Cross ., -' "f ,< i for Miami en route to Jack- taken to the county jail by Dep-

The president urged membersto there will even be a greater work in' this city to attend this :1 OF'CITY LICENSES Miss Carrie Pierce and Mask f fI sonville where she wilT spend a va- uty U. S. Marshal Ray G. Bush BENJAMIN LOPEZ

subscribe to P.-T. A. magazine,'increase I in attendance. meeting, also extends an invitation M 1 :: I Hilda Russell left on. the\Florida cation/with her brother-in-law and to be held until instructions are

.. to commanders of pests "of last night for Miami |: Ester, Mr.: ,and Mrs.J..D. SegaL received to convey them to Miami FUNERAL HOME
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the American Legion, Veteransof : I .New Orleans where en-r-route'W'J': : I: for confinement there pending Serviaf Key West
Eleventh Melody Hour To Be Foreign Wars and the com- LESS THAN FIFTY PERCENT I,visit for several weeks. r- 4.I ; Charles Tift local business man triaL Half Century

units and of Tiffs Cash 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
their proprietor
I manders of auxiliary ; I -
Presented Here This EveningTonight chamber of commerce secretaries: FOR : Mrs. O. S. Long left on the i i returned by plane this morn- Turkey has "changed its weekly LSceaved Embauaer

and representatives from civic PAID TO DATE 'Florida last night for Miami en'I ing from a short business visit in rest day from' Friday to Sunday, Phone 135 Night 6964%

clubs and other organizationswithin route to Saluda S. c., accompanying -,, Miami. to conform with the Western
at 8 o'clock the' mit the insertion of two numbersby the chapter area. the body of Mr. Long custom.
eleventh Key West Melody Hour' Mrs. Haydn Illingworth. I who died yesterday morning.
I There may be an appreciable Mrs.\ Amelia Olivieri! returnedthis

will be presented in the Colonial!I!I I make Two their new appearance guest players: Miss Cynthia will- CUSTOMS MENVISITED I increase in the issuance of poll! I J. D. !Mack of the Maintenance morning from Miami where GRAND OPENING ,
will featurea she was called because of the ill-
HoteL I
program Pearlman, and Will Roberts.I tax receipts but issuance of of Way Department Florida East] 'V'LE'iC1TI.

number of light compositions of I I I Miss Pearlman has chosen Bee- HERE I cupational licenses and OC-I. Coast Railway, who was stationed:] son ness of of Mr.\her and grandson.Mrs.\ Lovick John Ley Ley,, RAUL'S CLUB

outstanding beauty. I!I thoven's "Senate Pathetique" as bile licenses is far below :here for a long period, Mrs. Mack' and is glad to tell the many friendsof Saturday Night, 10 till 3 a. m.
Professor Charles Roberts of, her selection, and Will Roberts their children left
says Tax Assessor-Collector Sam 1|land[ two last the family that the little fellow DEL WOOD'S ORCHESTRAFloor IPr' 4-'f.J IkTA.
the Key West Institute of Music'I twill render on the violin Titl's"Serenade" night on the Florida for Miami. iF"
I I I shows signs of improvement. Show Buffet Sapper 1 GEORGE ;
ASSISTANT B. Pinder. ,,
will play the Russian Gypsy Air i and the waltz "Iris", COLLECTOR AND I WASHINGTON .;

"Dark. Eyes", the "Song of In- accompanied at the piano by his Casually calling on Mr. Pinder I I f APrs. Antonio Sanchez left last. : r ::'

dia" and "A Romance of Love."I brother. LEAPJE LAST NIGHT EN- and asking how many automobile j I t night for Miami where she will':' Mrs.\ I. N. Meltzer\ and son, .Jaekseavtlle'. Leading H...." TI. :.kZ

Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowles, Commodore Matho Fridericusvon I I ROUTE TO MIAMI licenses had been issued, he said -visit for a while with relatives!; Charles Curtis Meltzer, send Mrs.\ c'j: ;?e.a.OAIAGI

also a professor of the Key West Mietk-Liuba IL D. W.. General not quite 50 percent of the num- and friends. )! Meltzer', mother, Mrs. Lillian THE SEMINOLE -

Institute of :Music, will render I Music Director of the Melody ber issued at this time last year. .I ---- I Curtis were arrivals in Key West .---.l"s r

",Pens e d'Ajnour" and "At the! Hour, will interpret another se- Major A. J. Angle collector of On Octcober 9, 1934, he had issued Carl E. Shultz, traffic chief at:,this morning on the plane from GG4' ;_\ IATES..Itso.d.

,Donnybrook Fair", two charming|lection from the opera "La Tra- customs for Florida and A. G. 500 receipts for automobile .the Western Union offices in Atlanta -I[.Miami\ and will stop at the family MAyfLOWER

compositions. !viata", an aria from the opera Watson, assistant collector. lefton licenses, and yesterday but 201 Ga.. is in Key West to spend:'1' home, corner of Caroline and Aw ilaai Los a... wIM

Margaret\ Zinaida von Mietk-\ j"Martha" and a composition by the Florida last night for Miami were recorded and owners are not i la vacation of one week with his I Simonton streets. f ; Lind Sb..

Liuba, who always opens the{Keler Bela.Upon en route to headquarters in coming forward very rapidly. parents at 309 WJiitehead.i street! Fa ,ak liau-1 .-,-.-,.. t..d ar..ay.wx..r.VAtedI
Melody Hour with the Theme J 1 invitation by the Commodore Tampa. Relative to the matter of occupational -:and other relatives on his first Subscribe to The Citizen .
licenses Mr. Pinder :
Song will offer "Sunset tin the( Professor Charles Rob- 'These officials of the customs is- I visit home for several years. I ---% GA1AGa.a.reI
Alps" and "Das Glueckerl" from[ erts will act as music director in department arrived on a regular said the discrepancy of these lAtfi 5100..4.FLAGLER .
the German operetta "Das) charge of this concert. trip of inspection and to look over sues was decidedly last greater.he had I Mrs. Margaret Maxwell who. =tJaeks.atllle

Gluecksmaedel" (Lucky Girl)) The Melody Hour, an informal the situation following the hurri- date year was spending a while in Key West ARCHER'SGROCERY F1.rlda

which number was not played dur-I affair, will begin promptly at 8 cane. They made rib statement issued 150 occupational licenses II with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs.\ cn..... B. GRIPER.: Mauler in a..Jvs
the i..Ld.d
and until yesterday records -
ing the tenth :Melody Hour to per- p. m. relative to proposed changesin up Wilson Sawyer, and son-in-law A human home-like Institution .
any show issuances of only 1 S. where you will find your ........... 1.,_d' Md.GAIAGI
the local unit.WRECKING. Pnider however, there and daughter; Mr. and Rfrs. Mc-; .*.(.rt ..* rmtrrtmtmtmmt a mat
--- Mr. feels Curdy Mora, left last night for The Store That Serve ter of great Importance d0..irLAlts..stm.d.

Grand OpeningAt School Circle I will be a definite change noticed I Miami. II, You Beat" --0- .
I TUGRETURNS within the next ten days in the
A steel fireproof ..".Ia<< locate
Raul' Club Holds Meeting number of both automobile and :;;
I Captain Eugene Demeritt,I You can get FRUITS. VEGE- IB the heart of the city

HERE occupational licenses issued Harry Pritchard, and Stanley TABLES and GROCERIES anywhere -

Local talent will head the program First regular meeting of Room employes of the Monroe Key'l but, are they FRESH! Every Room with Combination Tab
of entertainment to be presented 'Representatives of Key We"t High; I Ferry System, left last I and Shower Bath Radio Electrlo "i
: SON ARRIVES AT as GOOD! Do you get as Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summ.rVr.tllatlon a1.7MaN.e
at the Grand Opening of School will be held tomorrow afternoon the Florida for Miami, accom-, Comfortable Bed with i ,
Raul's Club to take place Satur- at 3 o'clock at the homeof WARBLER WENT TO .ASSISTANCE panied by Miguel\ Leon who will! MUCH for your money! Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction ua ,ritita' t
and Individual ReadIng -
day evening Mrs.\ Paul Herrick, 1301 United OF DISTRESSED BEZANILLA HOME drive them, to Jacksonville and' We Welcome Responsible Lamp.

Joe Lopez, pleasant voiced ten- 1 street. OFF JAMAICA accompany them back on the;] RATESTB
or, will render several popular | This meeting will be for the Ferry Florida Keys. Accounts .1.... Tie GEORGE WASHINGTON

songs in his well-liked pleasable purpose of newly elected repre-I Wrecking Tug Warbler returned Announcement has been made I All Competition met with !!_... Privet Bath _-_ a.eH ''I SO* .....will ..... led Stcwvr*
style. A new star in the lineupis sentatives to get acquainted and R_-. Private Bath XMe e.- ... ,... ......_......-
the work for the present to port this morning from of the birth of a son to Mr. and A Three Days' CoughIs 1 Low Prices and High Quality R...., Private Bath __ SJMM -..---...-........
Gwendolyn! Borden, who has an plan I R...., Private Bath SJM
Morant Shoals, about 60 miles I I Mrs. Gonzalo Bezanilla this morn- I MRS itool. GAIAGCiRQBEKrjCtQEPPElf .
A 100 at- .. .. .... *
interesting story to tell the club'sguests. school year. percent I ONE STOP SERVICE asap Reeaia. Private Bath
from Jamaica where she wentto fing at their home, 504 Elizabeth Your Danger Signal i' SLIGHT CRF.A.E FOR IIOCBL6occnr
this meeting ,
tendance is expected at assist the HollandAmericanLine !f street.. ,I .&*C: i : } ; ; : .r1: :. I

Del Woods and his eight genial Steamship Rotterdam. 0;" I tThe: new arrival is shown to No have matter bow many medicines i Order All Your Food Need __ ._. __1 1r .__ __._u ___
musicians will have a specialty I you tried for your cough,chest Throat Us
familiar to the dancing pub- I With the Killerig /another have weighed nine pounds. cold or bronchial Irritation, you cant i
number for presentation during are !
wrecking tug owned by the'icomr' get relief now with Creomulslon.i Dressed
the floor show. This popular lic. the Warblerthe Serious trouble may be brewing and: )I 1. Poultry 1 1t
dance orchestra also has arrangedto I Another feature of the program pany owning NEWARRIVALIN2FHEYSERS' you cannot afford to take a chance i .Fish Turtle
play a variety of brand new will be a number by Madge\ Sands i Rotterdam, of 24,000 tone, was removed : I with anything less than, Creomul-' +1!
from the dangerous position Eton, which goes right to the-seat Fruits"Vegetahles
hits from Broadway's new shows. and a girls' chorus.Reservations : of the trouble to aid nature to''
Was 'placed
To complete the program anum-I, for this big event in which she by i it'Je FAMILYMr. soothe and heal the inflamed membranes i' ,Meats
ber will be given by Gerald! may be made at The Citizen Office -I elements, and'proceeded under as the germ-laden phlegm, '
II New York. Is loosened and Products
1 I Phone 51. her own power to expelled j Dairy lIr
whose\ fast-stepping dancing feet I Even: If other remedies. have

d'_' ._ I \ and Mrs. Fred Heyser an- failed don't be discouraged your Phone 67 Free Delivery
---- -- BYRNEVRITES\ TO nounce the birth of a son, weigh druggist Is authorized to guarantee i
Creomulsion And to refund
: your 814 Fleming Street USE
REBUILDING OF THREE LICENSES ing seven pounds at their homein money if you are not satisfied with ICEr1 1
Miami on October 3. The new results from the very first bottle
ROAD DISCUSSEDContinued TOVED\ ISSUEDThree KEY WEST\ PASTORWilliam arrival has been given the name Get Creomulsion right now. (AdO j 1 ITS (

of Fred, Jr.
( from Page One) I Siva Heyser was before mar- ))1tt LASTS LONGER ,

first, however it will be a great i T. Byrne of Albany N. riage. Miss Dorothy Villareal of ;.I"I.4TII.I'IIIIIIIIIII'OLD /

improvement over our present marriage licenses were I Y.. who spent; some time in Key Key West. E1\ 1 ICE REFRIGERATORS

ferry system. issued' durnig the week ending I West during which time the monument ,
Relative To Plans was erected at BayviewPark Made of all metal
October 10 from the office of I I ,
"To me these two plans are, Gunn fol- in memory of many north- MALARIASpeedy .1 with WATER COOLERS F i ii
most just and equitable. The' County Judge Hugh as j erners who died here during an PAPERSvj 11

railroad and the community jointly -! low: I epidemic years ago, writes to Rev.A. i They're Economical

receive benefits that have not' Ray G. Currv and lima Louise L. Maureau from his home, in I Relief of Chills ,

been enjoyed in the past and can! Wilkins; Fred Hernandez and Antoinette which he refers to various things and Fever ................ 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

not be enjoyed otherwise. Welters; Tommy Oats and: pertaining to the Island City.In Satisfaction rif
I a part of the letter he Don't kt Malaria tear you apart with I? I
"I wonder if our people realize Leona Ashe. I
I Its chills and burning fever.Trust i
states racking
just what effect it will have on, I. : s For Sale Fnced tJ1
to no home-made or mere remedies -
"Yorr clipping from the Key
our community if \\e do not have see the direct losses we will have.Each Take the medicine prepared p
!I and every direct loss we West Citizen regarding the post I Grove's Tasteless espe. ,
railroad transportation. There are 'i daily for Malaria- 30 35
numerous disadvantages."It have leads to numerous indirect card pictures was, very much appreciated Chill Tonic. e es eeeeeseeseseeees550S and
losses. In dollars I have no idea and gave me quite a Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: gives real .

reduces our payrolls, not i as to what the total sum will be. thrill to see my name in a paper J relief from Malaria because it's a scientific EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
from the railroad standpoint I that I. have always combination of tasteless quinine and
from place
alone. which has been reportedover I "Let us all unite and pull together held very a close to my heart since tonic iron.The quinine kills the Malarial 5 Bundles for i FREE( TRIAL '
the first plan men- 5c
one million dollars yearly.! on infection in the blood. The iron builds
the time of ouf" short, but happy,
Our immigration service is re-:' tioned and petition our Governor I up the system and helps fortify against THOMPSON'S ICE CO.
1 to direct this course of action." visit.; further attack. At the first sign of any 25 in bundle
duced, custom service no doubt attack of Malaria take Grove'Tasteless INC.-

will be curtailed. It eliminatesour I MONROE THEATER Chin Tonic. Better still take it regularly i11 Ii
Custom House Brokerage entirely ? during the Malaria season to ward off Phone No. 8
We can not ship our sea CghfaCo1d \ Charlie Chan in the disease.Groves Tasteless Chin Tonicis _

products which are highly perish To help end it sooner I t SHANGHAIKermit in absolutely Tasteless harmless Chill and tales Tonic:good.Grove's now. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN a,6r

able. In other words it destroysour X(? rub throat and chest withICKS Maynard 'como in two sizes, SOc and $1. The 91
commercial fishing entirely. I RED BLOOD OF COURAGE much the SOc
size contains 2 H times as as

Take these few items into consideration V j I Matineet Balcony, I0cj Orchestral size and rives you 25% more for your 1,1, __._
Get bottle today drugstore.! W'IIII.I'IIIIIIIIII.lj
and you will readily 15-20.j Nights l-25c

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