The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00323
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00323
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For Best 55 Intereata Yean Service Devoted of Key" to West tho. { !: CZt Citizen( t most range country equable of; only with weather 14'an Fahrenheit average in the







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I I VISITORS COMING ON FRUIT Colonel George E. Brown, Seen there this morning by The ATTENDING Feels That Operation Of

Representatives Attend-; PRAISE \WORKMEN Citizen Colonel Brown said his COLUMBUS DAYOBSERVED
STEAMER ENTERTAINED BY United State Engineer, has completed '
instructions came direct from the HERE Service Most Important -

ing Celebration Here IN KEY SECTION MEMBER OF RECREATION his investigations of damage war department at Washington.As GO BACK TO HAVANA ON HERE
I engineer in charge of this dis- Issue Confront
Much Interested In Re- DEPARTMENT OF FERA to the F. E. C. R'y. right of trict he was to make a report of GUNBOAT Today, Columbus Day, !.

way oa the Key, and will'preparehis the damage caused on the Keys, I being observed in Key West ing CommunityThe
storing System READILY HELPED IN LOADING 'specifically the damage to railroad with the display of the American .

DIGGING MACHINE Passengers who arrived on the report for forwarding to Washington properties, including estimates of I After a very pleasant stay of flag to be seen on all
costs, and forward his report direct public buildings! and other
several days in Key West, the Citizen Las invited its
Steamship Granada yesterday at once.
BOARD BARGEA. to the source from which instructions places as well
Civic business, fraternal and emanated. I governmental commission from The day denotes the di.- .
found so much enjoyment during Colonel Brown arrived yesterday readers and the citizens in general
political organizations i in Cubaare by plane from Miami Beach, his With Mr. Porter the colonel left Havana to Key West for the cele- covery of the New World by
C. Tanner, sanitary engineer their stay of several hours they :this afternoon by automobile for bration in commemoration of "El Columbus in 1492 just 443years to contribute views and expressions .
impressed with the necessityof headquarters and during his stayin I No Name Key. There will
the of they I Grito de Yara" left 5 o'clock this ago. the
today was singing praises
were eager to stay longer and Key West was the guest of Wm. take passage on a launch to Isla- on important question *
rebuilding the damaged and the who working under morning the Cuban Gunboat
men were on
protested when informed it was R, Porter at the home on Duval I morada where Oolonel Brown's car 11.I.lIIISIJQUI now which is being generally
him at Lower Matecumbe Key. Juan Bruno for Havana.
destroyed sections of the Florida street. is waitnig and proceed to Miami. Zayas
Yesterday when difficulty was time to board the ship. The vessel arrived 6:30 o'clockin discussed as to which will be the

East Coast Railway over the Keys, encountered in the ditching the of IBY MELTONARRIVED
getting Upon arrival at the Porter dock afternoon Wednesdayand most essential node of trans

machine aboard the barge to be OF COMMERCE that night the officers and
and every effort on the part of I 5:40 o'clock.jthe passengers were MIAMI CHAMBER TODAY portation for Key West the re-
hauled to Key West, men at Camp visiting officialsmtertained' a
these bodies will be brought to met by Clem.C. Price. of the rec-
Three voluntered to do the necessary large number of Key West offi- building of the railroad a super
reation division .FERA, and FAVORS .RAILROAD
bear to have the work started and work, which meant that time over' the city. After visiting cials and friends. ON iS. CUBA highway or the Overseas Bridges.

carried out as quickly as pos lost yesterday had to be made up points of interest they learned Thursday night they attendedthe ,
ceremonies at San Carlos The next to come forward expressing -
today which is a holiday. Twenty that only a few of the many things I That the sections of the Florida entirety was sent by Judge H. H.Ta.lor ,, .
aible. which delight visitors from other theater a number of- them beingon CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE INVESTIGATING -
to do views the matter is
gave their time and energy, on
cities, had,been seen. East Coast Railway damagedin in' Miami, to Mayor \\_. the program lor-addresses and II
These are the words spoken the job, and according to Mr. Tan- It was then they voiced the idea participating in the entertain .. DEATHS OF Joe Cabrera: city councilman aad

this morning by Dr. Juan Ramon ner he could have had as many that passengers making the cruises the recent hurricane should be H. Malone. It was not available ment part of the exercises. VETERANS DURING HURRICANE ,I

O'Farrill and Ricardo Serra, memo more' had they been needed. from Philadelphia to Frontera, rebuilt as a necessary requirementto Last night the visitors were finance officer for the city, whoso

bers of the Cuban Governmental Those who are responsible for Mexico, should be allowed at least today as the mayor intend goingto honor guests at a grand ball arranged ON KEYS statement bearing on the subject
the economic and business life Juan Carbonell
by and
commission which were delegatedto getting the ditch digging machineto one day at Key West the only, Miami by plane tomorrow aft given in the Habana-Madrid Club.:r follows.
touched the
represent Cuba at the cele- Key West are: Rex Shaw Mil- during I of Miami, the Florida Keys and Among the list of visitors arriving Qnimb Melton editor of The

bration of "El Grito | Yara" onThursday. ton Addison, Jim Bryant Gene voyage.In the group who enjoyed the! Key. West. ernoon and it is among his traveling and departing on the Juan I I "Repairs to the damaged portion ..
fe :
Nebo. Rollie Roberts, Ralph Bor- visit and sightseeing tour of the effects. Bruno Zayas were: Commandant I Daily News of Griffin Ga, who of the Florida East Coast

Just before these ges, A. Alvarez Cyril Stimp, Mer- city were: Merritt F. Wyatt The above paragraph is the, U. Franco Granero Captain Car was appointed at the American Railway road to Key West must

visitors boarded the Cuba distinguished for the rill Stimp Charles Filer Darrell William S. Coombe, Miss A. Chris- purport of a resolution introduced In the words of Mayor Malone los Viera de la Osa, Captain I be accomplished for the operation
Urano Sol is. Brigadier Jose Semi- Legion convention in St. Louis as
Lowe, Hamilton Lowe, Clarence tiano, Mr. and Mrs. Maitland, of train service if we are to
return to Havana, they told The Key, William Saunders, Floyd Jones and Mrs. R. D. Jones. by C. D. Leffler, former mayorof the resolution is worded in sucha day Commandant Placido Her I chairman of committee to in-
a remain as a city. It is of such
Citizen they had formulated plans Dillon, Henry Weatherford Harry nandez, Commandant Crescensio
to be presented Monday: to President Richardson Bryan Richardson Miami, and unanimously adopted manner as to indicate that the Cabrero, Dr. Benigno Souza Ser: \esti ate deaths of veterans during vital importance for it* existence

Carlos Mendieta,' of Cuba, Douglas Hopkins Willard MEMORIAL TO RISE at a recent meeting of the Miami Miami chamber goes on record nabe Souza, Manuel 1\lartinez,1 I that I am forced to cowe to the
hurricane of 2
: Saunders Mervin Knowles, Leon Angel Franco Granero. Angel'i the Septmeber aid of my community as an offI-
and enlist the government's aid I B. Perez Chamber of Commerce.A Nreqair '1K that ,the railroad over Blanco Rios Serafin Sariego LuisE. i
Sawyer Henry Watkins, ON SITE OF OLD ST.LOUISGATEWAY which swept the Florida Keys, arrived cial and a citizen m expressing
in doing all possible to have the : and Arnold Henson. of the resolution in its the Keys bo restored. Trujillo Engineer Serafin my sentiments.
railroad rebuilt. copy I It Solis. Alfredo Izaquierre Rafael this morning on the S. S. "The just, fea iU. **d logical
\ --- Valiente and others. i phases of this subject have been
Both Sr. and Sr. from
BAND CONCERT Cuba TampaImmediately
I Also representatives of the Cu- discussed in The Citiaftn. I desire -
Serra. have been connected indifferent JAPAN INSISTS HIS VISIT BE FORMAL ban press as follows: Bienvenido after landing Mr. to enlarge upon i| by ad-

capacities with the governing JACKSON Mad, of Domical; Alfonso Ame-, vancing the financial
$30,000,000 PROJECT WILL DO Melton and his colleagues
bodies ia Cuba, Sr., O'Far- nobar. of Avanee; Francisco Gui- angle. Lc :
SO Whitlock and faj.x .
to rill at.tmvfc jbetny-mayor, ,jof .. HONOR TO :THOMAS. JEF- rat- of El MJundo and1 Leandro .- -TiurFf ..- ** with
<. Garcia of Diario de la Marina.' : paired to the'Hotel Colonial, which its connecting subsidiary, Ferryto
Havana, and they are convinced TO BE RENDERED SUNDAY FERSON; BOND ISSUE HAS
.. ,. Associated Free) 1 I will! be headquarters during the Havana, was established at a
that with the persuasive
arguments AFTERNOON BY WELT. BEEN VOTEDBy By GLENN BABB by our Emperor" was their re- LODGE UNIT WILLENTERTAIN i I stay of the committee in Key cost of many millions, and it enjoyed

Cuban organizations can, TOKYO. Oct. 12.-Because the!,t action. West. a general average of pro

and will, put forward, desired results ERS' CORNET BAND I I IJap..e I :, Asked when and where the investigation fits over a long period of years,
will be obtained.MARCOS HAL BOYLE government is determined Reception* ScheduleSo BOYS and during which time it never
fly .._slated Pre..) I "Cactus Jack" and selected proceedings will be had any great damages.

The following program has been ST. LOUIS Oct. 12.-On the to pay hint all the honors due, members of his party probably I I conducted, Mr. Melton said the "Other railroads and cities have

MESA INMCEFORCOUNCIL J arranged to be presented at Jackson cobble-stoned banks of the muddy I the official who stands next to the I Speaker Byrns and the committee GROUPS TO ASSEMBLE MONDAY .]I committee would assemble this suffered oftener aid greater

Square Sunday afternoon, beginning Mississippi river here a 28yearold morning in the American Legion losses, than the one sustained by
will be received in
: at 4:30' o'clock, by ,Wel dream to construct a 330,000- President of the United States,i chairmen EVENING ON BAPTIST I inves- the FEC R'y. in the last tropical
II hall organize and begin to
ters' Cornet Band which will be audience by His Imperial Majesty I at the
000 memorial to Thomas Jefferson storm keys, and knowingthat
hopes Vice President JohnNance : CHURCH LAWN tigate the matter calling on a
under the direction of Sheddie and the winning of the westis any Hirohito, 124th emperor in number of citizens, business men it is only fair to treat the

Hannibal: approaching realization. Garner may have had of i the dynasty of the Sun Goddess, and others, for expressions relative bond and stockholders with some
MANES FORMAL ANNOUNCE- ,I America. Fruition of to who should be interested
a long campaign their arrival. consideration
the of the disaster.
I silk morning
March "Hostransers" C. the avoiding fuss and formality, Members of Equity Lodge Number in with
beautify city's unsightly waterfront an enterprise
MENT IN COLUMNS OF Aware of Vice President Gar The investigations in Key West
70 I. O. will
O. F., be hoststo
Chambers. with memorial dedicated rich in the
a hats and illtf collrs ia his passagethrough will contniue, today and tomorrow. golden opportunities
THE CITIZEN TODAY Fox Trot, "Wagon Wheels"Billy to its historic past awaits only ner's wish to see something of the Boy's Fellowship Club Monday .They plan to leave on the plane future, as well as having made

I: HillOverture the( extension of federal aid already Japan late this month are Japan while wearing easier habit evening. October 14, on the 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, for profits in the: past and now has

i "Plantation Echoes" promised.A doomed liments than the silk hat cut- lawn of First Baptist church. Miami where the investigationswill had its first loss! by damage to
to disappointment.Mr.
Marcos A. Mesa, Sr., manager !,-ThOs. Cvates. municipal bond issue of $7- s away and striped trousers of his is The 7:30 hour o'clock set for the the gathering be continued and from there the road; I feel that they are due
and Fellows
of the Armour Branch in Key Trombone Smear. "Sally Tiom- 500,000 has been voted and actual Garner, whose adherenceto Odd to Tallahassee. consideration from the railroad
official status, the foreign office go
West announces in this i issue of bone"-Henry Fillmore. construction of the gigantic memo the simple informal ways of his are completing preparationsfor corporation the government, and
The Citizen his candidacy for city Fox Trot "Cocktails For Two" orial which involves the razing of has suggested that if he will stop giving the boys a pleasant the courts.
councilman and solicits the votes -Arthur Johnston. 37 business.blocks adjoining the Texas home is proverbial* will visit '' for a week or more on his return time with games 'and\' .other" forms LODGE FAVORS Regarding Bondholders

of the people of Key West at the Serenade. "The Victory Ange levee, now rests with the national Japan on his way to Manila, voyage from Manila, the government of amusement' : "The bondholder tfrvested their

election November 12. las"-Francis A. Myers. government.. Harry .Hopkins where he will,attend the inaugural wiU arrange for him' to'I It via.) intended to'give'this so- RAILROAD LINE money in the construction of a

Mr. Mesa needs no introduction; Fox Trot. "Fare Thee Well An- federal relief dijpctor, has assured tion November 15 of Manual Que: enjoy Japanese hospitality in an :cial meeting -several weeks ago, railroad to Key Wet with its
nabelle"-Dixon WrubeL Funds for 'at laat the first year's informal way. I but it was found necessary postpone potential possibilities in the fu-
to the people of the city as he has ; zon as first President of the Philippines I it because'' 'death's visitation .
for a number of years been associated March: "Joyful Greetings"- work, and other, officials have : When the Vice President and of ture, and not to have it experi-
Commonwealth.Bryns one''of the families of
with business interests here Littleton Hays. 'aid the financial ,problem could 'I his party arrive at Yokohama the :' to KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ADOPTS mented upon by converting it into -

and is rer!'oriJly acquainted with I Star Sgangled BannerFrancisScott be "worked out?" Goes Along morning of October 25 the program : those most interested" in the .or BEARINGON a highway for automobiles,
all heals of prsctically; eve.y firmor Key. The memorial built ,on the Traveling with him on. the liner' calls for an immediate mo- ganization. which can not be accomplished

individual in the city. se original village of St. Louis, once President Grant due at Yoko-,1 tor journey of 18 miles to Tokyo. I SUBJECTAt without a tremendous outlay of

He has, for the part 16 years,I ANNOUNCE DEATH nation's western terminus and hama Octo',er 25, will be a con:"The imperial audience probably CUBA BRINGS funds, and not honestly and
been associated with the Armour center of river transportation, will take place before noon. In legally without their consent, for

interests and for the past seven I will take three years to complete gressional delegation of about 50,the afternoon there will be a reception I a meeting of Key AVest if such a proposed plan should

years has been the Key West; i C. G. SYMONETTE and is expected to provide em- including Speaker Joseph W."I at the /Smerican! embassy 29 PASSENGERS Lodge No. 163 Knight of Pyth materialize the bondholders could

manager. During that time he ployment for 5,000 men. It will Bryns and chairmen of the con-i and in the evening a state dinner ias, held last evening, the follow .step in with injunction proceed-

has been a constant visitor to business -t be dedicated to Jefferson who gressional committees associatedwith at which Admiral Keisuke Okada J, ing resolution was adopted: ings. What profits could they

places; handling the products, SON OF C. C. made the Louisiana purchase and Philippine affairs. '" premier, probably will preside.Mr. 'VESSEL LEAVES: SHORTLY "Wheras, we realize that our expect from converting it into a
ho represents, and has been urgedto to later explorers and pioneers of The party will continue to Manila Garner will go by train to I city can not grow and prosper highway for auto, in companion

become a candidate by botn his MEMBER OF SYMONETTE.I the inland empire. on the same liner, making pos- Kobe on October 26, rejoining the I,I AFTER ARRIVAL EN- without railroad facilities, and we .to their Tint investment?
the sible a stay: of only one day in President Grant at that port. I. stockholders and bondholders
business associates and others. Wrecking of buildings along :: ROUTE TO HAVANA believe that business conditions of "The
Believing that business men, who CITY COUNCIL the river will remove one of the Tokyo. I II the near future will warrant the I may be at this time on the

have been successful, can also successfully city's chief eyesores. Dingy di-I This is a sort of "old homemonth" TEN LEAVE ONBOARD I I II expenditure of the amount necessary verge of realizing their dream of

conduct the affairs of lapidated, many of them unoccupied in American-Japanese re- to rebuild the Key West .profits, if the railroad is repaired
the ciyt he places his name be. City Councilman C. C. Symo- the buildings are the remjnants lations, for George H. Dern, sec- I O.Steamship Cuba, of the P. and Railroad Extension by its owners; and in operation in rage
S. S.
fore the voters for their consider nette is in reeipt of atelegramfrom of a dead and bygone era. [ retary of war, also on his way to PLANEAIRCRAFT I company arrived from therefore the Italian-Ethiopian conflict
Marie'Ui, Ga.. announcing i,the Manila inaguration is sched- Tampa this morning with three
ation. Historic Buildings "Be it resolved, that Key West spreads into a European war.
first and
"I am first and last in everythingand the death of his son. C. G. Sym- In the 73-acre site are several tiled to reach Yokohama October seconi: class passengers Lodge No. 163, Knights of Pyth- European nations enjoy a great

always for the best interestsof onette, last evening in that city. buildings of historic interest.I 14 and be an official guest in DEPARTS YESTERDAY .I I and three for second Key class West; 20 first ias, go on record as favoring the export business of merchandise! to

Key Welt Mr. Mesa said. "I The deceased was 28 years old. Among them are the 101-year-old Tokyo until October 18. for Havana passengers rebuilding: of the Florida East Cuba, Central and Sooth Amer-

am satisfied that much can be lie Is survived by his father; I Catholic cathedral and the "Old These two visits will afford an AFTERNOON EN-: Coast Railway.." ica, and they being in conflict,
done for the city with a group of three sisters, Mrs. Geneva Cano of I Rock House," built in 1810. The opportunity for publicizing Am vessel also had nine tons of --- _. naturally this business wiT! be
councilmen working together as Alabama Mrs. Louise Lee of Miami I Rock: House the oldest structure erican-Japanese friendship which ROUTE TO MIAMI freight and 109 sacks of .mail for I, diverted to the United States of

an harmonious whole and I promise and Mrs. Hazel Figueredo of in the city has been successively !I the Tokyo government is preparing Key West; three auto.nubiles and. i!I which the greatest portion of it
two sacks of mail for
if elected to lend my effort Key West. I a city hall a schoolhouse, a fur to seize.InformalityTch. Havana HABANA-MADRID CLUB would be shipped via the FEC U'F.

toward the advancement of the I He also leaves two brothers, storehouse, a slave billet a tavern. ', :Tchl. j :When the 'plane' departed yesterday FINAL NOTICE I ANOTHER BIG to Key West, and from this point
city's interests under any and all George Symonettc of Tennessee! I a jail, and a restaurant. Effortsare When it was suggested to high afternoon -for Miami there on to the other countries of South
circumstances"PRESCRIPTIONS and Charles Symonette of New under way to preserve the Japanese officials that. Mr. Garner were 10 passengers on board. The DANCETONIGHT America. The profits would be
I Jersey, and many other relatives. two buildings. plain man of the people dirt I list originally carried 13, but three I Monday October 14th, being unlimited in this field.
the .
I farmer and fisherman would like cancellations were made before dead line for payment of Occupational Relative To CoatI
I I to make his brief visit to Japan' leaving time. I Licenses and Auto I
C1MES AWAY FORTUNE at the most popular Night Club "The amount necessary to repair
.! GRAND OPENING informal the Japanese were little The list carries the Tags, I regret to advise all delinquents I
passenger it
First Call a Doctor! Then CallUs in this city where you can really the road and place in
Scotland. C. W. I short of scandalized. names of Bert Griffin James A. not paid after said date should
We'll Give You Quick RAUL'S CLUBTONIGHT PAISLEY enjoy an evening of real enter- i operation in my opinion
Efficient ServK. I ?: Fulton of this city declares that "But he is the Vice President Prestidge Caro Stewart Gary G. will be punished by Law. Please tainment and drink delicious refreshments :not exceed one-half million dollars

I 10 TILL 3 A. M. while under the influence of hypnotists of the United States, the chief Williams, Luther Waller Will "W.'I do not ask for further extensionof at popular prices. 'i' and I have visited the scene
GARDNER'S PHARMACY DEL WOOD'S ORCHESTRAFloor during the last several lieutenant of the head of the American Hunter, J. M. Duane Will P time of damages The time to complete -
I I Script $1.00 From 10 ,,
till 7
Phone 177 Free Delivery I Show Buffet Supper I years he has given away almost nation and he must be received Becker, Paul Leamon and Pete. W.. M. ALBURY, the work shoald not take

5000000. with all fitting ceremony Nebo. 11 I oct2-lt City License Inspector. J l (Continued on Fags Four)


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A $120,000 BIBLE .... ...................
:i: !ttp aitst i I I and N. J., covered the 20-mJes

.. I KEY WEST IN TodaYsAnniversaries' TODAY'S WEATHER 1 upstream in little'over 3 hours.
Published Daily Ea ept & ndar By An idea of the amazing amount of 1 l II
I.. P, ARTM>. I'resldest money represented by literary art treasures I Joseph G. Swift, later to be-

JOB ALLK*. A"t..t B...._ ........ brought to America during the recent : Happening Her. Just 10 Y.arv 00000011T75 ............... Temperate> with occasional showers tonight come. general West Points first
Ate T4ay Ail TasM Fro. I
From Greene The CUiea and Ann JundingCorner Street years may be suggested by the price of Th. Fides Of Tk. Citisea i Lyman Beeeher noted Highest _.._._..___...-.84 an<\ Sunday. graduate.

$120,000 paid American collectorfor Presbyterian clergyman father of Lowest ........._..._..._._._...........73 East Gulf: Moderate northeasterly
West and Monroe by an I noted sons and daughters born at Mean ........_..___78
Only Dally Newspaper Conaty.Catered Key. a Gutenberg bible printed at Mainz: The i board of members of La Sociedad Cuba, i York, Jan. 10, 1863. I tonight and Sunday with occa-
Germany on the world's first printing i Uw/aU
*t Key W_" Florid. as *ec entertained at an elaborate sional showers over extreme south
reception | Yesterday's. Precipitation ..29 Ins.' CITY OF KEY WEST FLORIDA
nrrr-si\Tii IKARMmfcrr press.This last Bight ia b*..r -of and. ia 1 I 'I portion. I
Victor P. Normal Precipitation .._ .22 Ins. :
is said to be the highest price compliment t. the off I 18O8- Considerant, I
ecrs I
.f the A..el.ted Pussthe aa4j the French Socialist who i -Tkl* rerr* nnn :*-._ Celled Notice is hereby given that on
Associated Press U xcloslTely entitled to nee ever paid for a single book, but within a personal representatives of Presi- estab-t i rmtttmt-mt b .Via*** this ...,.e.g. I ;
WEATHER: CONDITIONS Tuesday, November 12 IKS
short-lived ,
dispatches credited tot 'jlisbed I a Utopian
for rtcuiSeAtioa of new dent Gerardo :Uacka4 of Cuba. ] T.ssreww'. Alas I
I a<
: ar not otherwise credited in t' _* paper and also few years it may bring a great deal more. i tlement in Texas born. Died Dec. I there will be held in the City of
toe local new published here. delegates free, Emigr_ ItnoeluIcioaaries Sun rises ......._._........ 6:25 a. m. West the bi-annual
A similar bible sold for only $2,500 about Cubans aM others. 27, 1893. Sua sets ......_...m. .. 612: p. m. The Bortfecrn tfisturbaace has election I Key for, the election general of all

t.. mLU: 80 years ago.When The roe_ .f tile dub b use were Moon rises ........_...... ':$6 p. m. sroved -.iI'd to Manitoba, The|t City officials made electhfe\ by
1lNATlONAL: :: J. P.. Morgan\ the elder died in fun of Americans and Cubans' 1840-Helena Modjeska[ not Moon sets _........._... 1: 3Tomorrow's a. m. Pas 29.6 inches and pressure;j,the Charter of the City of* Key

.e1L l935 1913 his art treasures were valued at I. newing old friendships of former ed Polish-American actress born. TU.'. i is moderately low throughout most j j I i West, and laws relating thereto

S'DilCR.PT.ORATES; years ; Died near Los Angeles, April 8, A.M. P.M. norther dieU-tcts: except i ia Cali-tin i I the manner and form provided

Ime Six I Months Tear ._.._.=:...=.::==::_:: ._ i11.: aI close to 100000000. His manuscripts included Willard 1909. High ...,...__._.11:40 10:13 for&ia; while the casters highpressure ;,, by the, City organic law, Acts of
-- M. Alfenry. rf the Laic
fare Month L I. the originals of nine novels by Sir I Low ___.____ 4:07 3:41 area is crested this morn-j'11919, Laws of Florida and Acts
One Month .S$ Realty Company.is erecting Dew tiaromcter 8 .. _. ing over tie lower Lake region thereof.
Weekly __ .%0ADVER'l'JU1Ul Walter Scott Dickens "The Christmas 6.000 residence at 1331 White 1844-Charles King, soldier historian .. tedaytSea amendatory i
level %9.9$. Detroit Mich30.31 inches and j I I Each ward of the City constitutes -
burn at .
and novelist -
RATES Carol Thackeray's "Vanity ,Fair" and street. The house -will be a tw. overspreads most -of the eastern i
election district. There
j I an
Made knowa: on application. st.ry woodea structure end will N. Y. Died in Milwaukee[ ,
works half of Rains have
by Keats Poe Whittier tie country.
many be completed aoatetime in De- March 18, 1933. WEATHER FORECAST (.I will be in each ward a polling
SPECIAL NOTICE Longfellow and others. A single purchase : occurred during the last 24 hours i>I place election inspectors and a
All readingnotices, cards of thanks, reaolatlens of cember. i over the far northwestern states,'[clerk of election appointed for
respect the rat.obituary of It cents notices.a line.et x, will be charged for at of 700 books by Mr.\ Morgan in 1902 cost' 1 1846-Louis E. Levy noted (Till 8 p. nu. Sunday) and showers have continued in''1 I I said ward.

Notice. for .entertainments by churches from which him a million and a quarter dollars. I Among the arrival in Key Philadelphia ph to-chemist-innn- Key West and Vicinity: Mostly eastern and southern Florida. Tem-j 1 I I fte..w inspectors will make

a The reveav Citizen is to is be an derived open forum are S cents and Invites a line.diacna- The late Henry Huntington left a collection '- West Saturday Ashe afternoon>> was toe, bon in Bohemia. Died Feb. cloudy tonight and Sunday pwobr peratures have fallen 10 to 14'',i I public proclamation of the open-)
.1 ln $f public issue and subjectS of local or general former president of 16, 1919.Today's. degrees in the lower Lake region ling and closing ef the pos according -
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. for which he had paid about twenty I the Key West Chamber Gl Com- and upper Ohio Valley with'read-])I i to law.

millions. The finest collection of Shakes i merce who came from Cuba in ........................ ings below freezing this morning,1 i The officers for the City of Key

peare's works in existence is in the Folger I connection' with the Cuban vela Horoscope ia. southeastern Michigan, and below i'I,West U be elected at said election
bration. )lr. As&e has the distinction normal eastward over the
library in Brooklyn. of being one .f three Ameri- ....................... I North Atlantic States. Elsewhere ONE (1)) MAYOR

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Europeans have long deplored the acquisition cans holding membership in the I. The child born today will be a .throughout the country tempera-J' SEVEN (7) COUNCILMENONE [

of their library and art treasuresby Emigrados Revulucionarios Cuba- } It is a masculine nature tares are generally above the sea- ((1)) CITY CLERK
nos which was presented in Key'I and whichever the the*Bathe sonal average. j ONE (1) TREASURER
1. Water and Sewerage. Americans;but sd lon 1;: h3 they;are high- West Saturday: by a delegation sex a S. KENNEDY
[, will take the lead whether it be *I ONE ((1)) TAX COLLECTOR-
ly prized by-.our wealthy rh.eivlhey: will from that society. The other two'' Officer in Charga I I''
S. Bridges to complete Road to Main : 'on the playground or in the field {ASSESSOR .
( are H. Rubens international 1l
land. continue to come to our shores.** torney and Robert Lee Mc:<: of work The nature is a trifle Mostly CKwdy StMrwcrs .................o......J I ONE ((1) CHIEF OF POLICE
"J ';'" ', at1l mystic and studious. I ONE ((1) CAPTAIN NIGH
SFree Port. : tock of Key West now. I occasional showers to POLICE
ably ; gentle Today In History I
FAILINGS TtfE GREAT home in Havana.
OF:bIt I Subscribe to The Citizefi-20c moderate northeast and east winds I ONE> ((1)) POLICE JUSTICE
4. Hotels and Apartments. ,J ., '. Florida tonight .C....CCC...CC.....CCCCC THREE
I weekly. ; Mostly cioody (3)) ELECTION COMMISSIONERS
The new electric sign has been
\ 5. Bathing Pavilion. and Sunday, probably showers in 1492-Columbus discovered the '" TWO TO BE
common placed on the Vic Realty Building. I
6. Airports-Land and Sea. has become quite of late It is black and gold ia attractive grass will be presented next Tuesday extreme south portion and near New World. ELECTED FOR FOUR YEAR

: for authors and critics to dig into the private I evening. The proceeds will be the east coast.Jacksonville. I TERM AND ONE FOR TWO
7. Consolidation of Cot.nty and City design and is a perfect example of
mission work. to Florida Straits: 1TS8-John Fitch's 60-foot YEAR
lives of with view given to foreign
great men, a to exposing the sign makers art. There is bat TERM.WM.
Governments. : Moderate east and northeast j boat, regularly engaged carrying H. iHVLONE,
their human fralities. There can little more work to be done on the 1sa.age..e.t. .
building. Yellow awnings have Ii Statement. Clrealattoa.foe Ow *r klp lute.fcT lt. 1 winds; weather mostly overcast j passengers between Philadelphia sepU0; oct5-12-14 Mayor.

be no particular objection to this so longas C-ti s the Act ., Cmmn.tr.. ..
been the windows and -'-'- --
placed over --- -- -- ---- -
Education emjbraces all those Influences it is not to belittle the service i August 24. 1.12. ..* March 3.:I
attempted correspond to the stucco coats. 1S.13. .( The Keyr..t CHImrm.

which go to form character.Just these men have rendered to mankind. Small iron balconies add to the at- I l..MI.*hr4. '.r Dally Oeleber mt 1.Her ISM.Went.Klorid .1 1

tractiveness of the structure. Almost State of Florida. .1 I'
Every man and woman has certain defects I't
County of Monroe saRefers
all of the offices have been I I be flo'ydwinlleti
ate. a Rotary pablie la and
of and this has
character alwaysbeen
a brief intelligence test: Whatis rented. for the State and county.aforesaid.per.oaally .
It is further fact that of I appeared Joe Allen who,! ;
so. a some
the name of the doctor who attends the having been duly sworn according i iI 'Don

Dionne quintuplets? those who have contributed most to civil- Editorial lovers may comment be able: Unsuccessful to console-I I't to. the law.business depose manager and rays of that The he!I AlXEP11NG'IMITATIONS

ization have been guilty of moral offenses themselves with the thought they I foltewl-Key West/ ia.Citizen t* the and best that of the his To art the ripnal Demo 100%_Pan Puns

which would be sternly condemned today.As are saving money.C. knowledge and belief a true state sure to MADE Oi BALTIMORE.Drrsi fCKBTFABITHEHBDAVISCa
Correct this sentence "He drives
: a I ment of the ownership management !
circulation etc. of the aforesaid leek.. 100% POT Paint to; d ten' teca&e IIADIbaitacM.'t
matter of history of the KvA .
big truck but is always considerate of a a many Boyne of the general construction publication for the date shown In I Il DC"" ..pa'> *. .. -:..

small car's traffic rights"'Vhen world's greatest leaders have led reprehensible company announced today l the Art above of Aoguiit caption 24., 1)12.required as amendedby by the i iI ra.hdsLabel Davis 10%' Pan Paint c.onlorma.with :::=:::

private lives as measured by commonly that new material has been the Act of March ;3. 133, embodied :: -1:' nil pees faint Law seal i* the only paint :.=..--
I In section 537. Postal Lawsand Carrie atf ===
a1U that a raarsme parity
received ia Key West for the .
accepted standards. It even may I Regulations, printed o the reverse -
a citizen gets the idea that he construction. of the Hotel La Coacha. of this form, to wit ,
be asserted that in the case of the very i I. That the uunes and atdresae* !:
is an authority on anything the public is Two carloads of sand carved !of the publisher editor managing
highest of genius this has been the 'editor ana business managers _
types window (
,apt to have a nuisance, in its midst.' doors and screens are irf- i. 1-ablieher. L. P. ArUnan. As_tr.dew .... by Biln.MnfS99.... sold tbr.s h 0......"' 1'..
rule rather than the exception. eluded in the shipment. Idle Boyne; I West Ftortda.I .
But said that the hotel will be ready I Editor I* P. Artraan, Key are:1 f-I.--I.d BAUIMOSlEMn
; in estimating the permanent Florida.
The American Bankers Association for occupancy by December. I P.
Managing Editor.
G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
place which should be accorded these men Key West FI..I4a.BUlIn .
reports a big decrease in bank robberies. !01I Manager' Joe Allen, .
in the esteem of the world, only the serv- The Wrecking Tug Warbler, Key West. Florida.
Not so much to rob in these depressiondays. Captain Snow, left port today en I 2. That -the owner Is- The GUI- .. .- -- -- -. --.- .-- .-.-
ice which they rendered to humanity
route to Old Providence Island leD Publishing Co. L. P. Artman.
should be considered. A recent writer well British West Indies, going to the I Key 1. West That the Florida known,Pres.bondholders,

expresses this idea thus: assistance the disabled Japanese mortgagees holders owning, and or other holding security 1 percent

: The town of Suez a miserable Arab Steamship Holland :Kara re- or more of total amount of
"Every leader must be tested not by
bonds ,
mortgages or other securities -
village before the construction of the his private conduct but by his public be ported ashore in that vicinity. The are:
steamer is loaded with cotton and None PAINT UPUse
canal is today a city of 40000. Watch havior. Did he serve well his day and phosphate. I above 4. That giving the two the paragraph name of next the: I i

Ocala grow. generation? If he did, all else will be for I owners stockholders, and security i/i
I holders. If any. contain not only
A special election is to be held
i the list of stockholders and security
given and forgotten. next Tuesday for the purpose of holders as they appear upon the I
Advice: Any lady (man) who com- electing from Monroe county a representative lea.ea books of tke company bet also in
where the stockholder or security
pliments other men (ladie.) will get alongin ......J............................. to the legislature to I holder appear upon the ZILO--A Sherwin Williams Product
book of the company a* trustee or
life. People absorb. flat-ery like kittens "THE WORLD FOR GOD" fill the vacancy created by the In any other fiduciary relation the
resignation of ,. F. Busto. Charles MUM of the person 601' corporation
"l licking up cream. 1 for whom such trustee Is acting Is,
:! H. Ketctam and Shirley C.
I given; also that the said two paragraphs
"And the Lord had respect to Abel and to Bott are the only candidates .contain statement embracing *
I affiant' full knowledgeand
After carefully pursuing the writingsof his offerings.Genesis., 4-4. -' belief as to the circumstancesand : Zilo Is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated -
The U. S. S. Cleveland Is due to I
a number of political prognosticators we .............eeeeee.eeeee..ee** I condition and security under which holders stockholders who- i
arrive in pert .-o'clock this afternoon : Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.
have come to the conclusion that most of There times when under I do Rot appear rpon the book of the ,
are we come from South America and will company as. trustees, hold stock 1 oJ

them write what they agitate rather than the conviction that the only sort of prayers I berth at Pier B. at the naval station .i a than.d securities that of a In bona a capacity fide" owner other:I ',"-', "i;

*The vessel is expected to remain I and this affiant eras no reason to I A 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES ABOUT
-what is happening. that are worthy of the IIeave; ly-Ear are in port for abe>> t three days believe that any other person, asso I ..; ;;

those which spring 'spontaneously from I and baseball games may be arranged elation direct or corporation or Indirect has In the any said Interest 1 NINE QUARTS OF PAINT

Love is state of emotional intoxica"llon souls under strain of with the crew's team. stock, bonds, or other securities i ,;.C"'
a crying; aloud the. (,. ., a. than as so stated by b m. ,.
"" .r .n:' .
; says the Key West Citizen: To ( That the average number of'
some great emotion. .Ii... copies of each issue of this publication -, .
Peter Ponce
:;it's just a plain drunk.-Times-Union. And.a Prayer is a potent Pc s'.iilJe! affairsof restaurant at 79 is repairing Daval beet snails sold or otherwise or distributed t. paid throughthe sub-' '' <,25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50

kind of drunk in which most folks in- men and i is ore of the bridges that take and win be open for business the i crtfcer the during date the shown six months above preceding la-i

dulge.-Bronson Journal. to his Maker the life has last of this week. :Mr. Pence intends 1,255,
man ere span
to have a first class lunch I JOB AL.LENBusiness Manager.Sworn .j 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45
I been
passed. room with ceanter and tables. to and snhscnoed beforeme I
Everywhere tourists will find this SUi day .f October IMS. :
villages Prayer is a great help to the establishment I SEAL) JENNIE B. DE BOER. :
where the Mexican SIESTA provides the of friendly relations on earth."Prayer Under the auspices ef the M>*- Notary Public State of Florida at $4.95
sionary Society .f the First Methodist Large. 'I .
most colorful I My commission expire Dee 5,
pageantry.-Philadelphia old "changes
says an adage : charch a Musical pro- ,113t. '

Inquirer. Unconscious enjoyment probably things." ---- ._ I

after too much fiesta. It surely does. The beautiful part of -.q I Ir I If MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST

this fact is that it changes things for the f

President Roosevelt must have hopes better. Life is more inviting .when a fellow I 1 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

that the N. R. A. can be revived for he views it from his kneeS Folks are

keeps a $7,000,000 payroll active the pleasanter prospects are rosier affairs in CONSULT YOUR BANKER

force being engaged in nothing more general have a greater appeal, after they

strenuous than signirg: their pay checks. have been taken to God. Can You Equal This Low v;
Prayer can be a means of conviction.

The 19-year-old youth who poisoned Ask the fellow who has had to stop pray Cost Anywhere? .. .. .

Ws} uncle and aunt in Los Angeles stated ing and make peace with his enemy be- i I .

he had not missed church or. Sunday fore he could feel that the prayers were j j/*, '

School for five years. But the moral is not "going through to God.. He knows. Remember We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cement, Screens, :

to Keep away from church; it cannot con- Well why not more of prayer? :Moreof 1 Tk First National' Bank etKey West Doors, WiJdows-in- fact, Anything you need to Build or Repair.

trol criminal instincts permanently. public prayer more of private prayer

more of family prayer more of prayer in I
Member Gf the Federal Reserve
Manners may be best observed watching general? II I

people getting: on and off cars or trains. In offering our world-ourselves-to :

There the refined are easily I South Flonda detracting & Co.
distinguishedfrom God we are making a prayer. that God will Deposit Injured by Federal Deposit Insurance I Engineering
the rude and the rough. One can see honor and respect.

whose!' manners are only a thin veneer on Corporation I Phone S98 White and EPza; Streets

the surface. When they thr k they are unobserved When nations get ready to fight if Ii II i
I "Y>IB" hoMe is worthy of the beds'e
or when they are in a hurry, necessary for the right and combine effectively :

selfishness- and' >. rudeness. ... comes to light. there will be no more war. : ..1 .
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XmOv*.*trie* tot,. "All my life rYe been trying ta SOFTBALL SERIESLOCALS "BEGINSMONDAY FLEMING STREET METHODIST aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa By RED KERCE
E41CUI Pastes coated her to te do the thing that was expected of CHURCH
CHURCH SOUTH Fleming Street Methodist church An optimist is a who
t* t. flew me. To consider other people first. I person
rJfli:1. lJr. :
; *r: : Bitder- will recognize the 490th anniversary wouldn't let his conscience be hiu.
..*4{". It.t I.. attempt pas bee She laughed shortly. "This Is one of Cor. Fleming and William Streets Rev. M. L. Smith Pastor
0 complete failure, and w a rare the results. Now I'm going to try ta WON DOUBLEHEADER GAMES WILL BE PLAYED ALSO Cor. of the English Bible Sunday guide for fear of committingsaicide.
Georgia Division St \
sera nf rmwt'ir.., ldleillu Sbnler Peek Pastor and : .
ar*oicU4fd U HmteU Smtly please myself; I'm going to reach: FROM VISITORS LAST ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ., Church school meets at 9:45 Church school at 9:45 a. nu, At the morning worship /ervice
tell kim eke will divorce kiss .wd out with both hands and take-what. I
J...: r. !*. ft_ Crfiris.. akorfcrtftto : 1 !" a. so. William N. Knowles. sup with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent ., the pastor. Rev. Sbaler Peele. Vim
tmwuthititf t Ik tftonafct ever can get NICHT WON FIRST GAME NIGHTS; PLAY WILL Poets are seeking governmentalaid.
otk..t.ad.l / ; erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship .
He said soberly. "I can't say I I use for his theme "The Las It might rightfully be suggested -
blame you .What are you going to THURSDAYBy START AT 7:30 O'CLOCKBy Bible Class meets ia the pas Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Book." that an appropriation be
do- tor's study., Subject: "Blessed Mourners."
Chapter X< To the Bible is Lost made for furnishing editors with
many a
Tint of an. If you don't mind. -. Morning worship at 11 o'clack. Young People's Department has
AID FROM JEFFREY rill going to more over here. And Sermon subject: The Lost Book." its morning session in the Division, Book the pastor states. return postage.

\ z tt9FULLY. Em yoa mother; after that-I don't know; 111 haveto ( JOVE) ( JOVE) Intermediate Epworth League street school building with Miss Those who attend win hear

'was upstairs resting, bar' get my bearings. rm going to geta Key West won a doubleheader The the big Lopez duunondball Funeral series Home between Meets at 3:3.0: p. aa.. Miss Venda. Miriam Carey as teacher and A. what happened to the people tha' "The world is headed for ben,"

divorce aa soon as I can, and I I last night frets the Miami All- tiDe Watkins, superintendent bert Carey as president. Wilbur Glenn VaHva Zion evangelist -
father vas la his study. Emily west; and Busy Bee Bakery tens starts lost their Bible it is stated.
think 111 leave Elston for a wkU Stars at Bayview Park. Young People's League meets Junior boys and girls at 4 p. declares. It is a sure-fire
.tratgbt ta wiOHMt taking .Q fcer' Wring-like a tenement workerin : In the opening contest the Busy next week. I !l. at 6:30 p. m. :Miss Mayfield m, with Mrs. Mary Thompson in bet that it won't go any farther

hat sad coat. some cIty:* she smiled dVnry at Bee Bakers wen by a score of 9 The first of a three-game series Knowles president. charge. into hell, when it strikes than

Jeffrey footed ip with a delighted : Frances's- phrase %as Its compensaUoas. to 1. The locals scared four earn- will] be played Monday night Contests Worship series at 7:30 p. n. Young People's evening sessionat PASTORS ARRANGETO most people have already got it

smile as she entered bat ed runs three in the first inning.In will also be played Tuesday Sermon subject: "Devices." 6:30 p. m. talked

the smile faded quickly at the sight Whatever the charges brought that frame. Castro the first and Friday nights. Mid-week prayer and Bible! Evening preaching: at 70 p. m. HOLD MEETINGThere '0Ever -

other stricken far.. He rose quickly against her generattem. Jeffrey to left. Hale flied Both clubs have strengthenedtheir Subject -riliat\ 'Think the so often when begins
man up singled study Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. : Ye f a person -
t* meet her took the mink coat that thought a lack ef courage was certalnly line-up and are raring to go.
out to second. It was a great running Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately -I Christ T"Grayer looking up his family tree
not eve of then. He wouldn'tcUetate
had bees his reseat t* br. The Basy Bees will have Gabriel,
to her he'd let her work It Batch fey Domnick.' Aeevedo following the mWweekaerrice. and praisa service each he sticks his head in a noose.
Emily, child yoa're. shivering! Walker and Tynes in addition ta will be a eaOed rteetiief
out aleae. and help her! la any way flied out to left. Albnry singledto Mrs. P. B. Roberts di Wednesday at 7:30 p. BU the Ministerial AlHance heldon
Sit here ia front ef the fire whileI their reguW9Utfit. j'
be ee ld- Surely she coald de no center. Ward laid down a bunt rector. Young people's choir practice Advertising might pay a few
tell Nora to The Funeral Homers will Monday morning beginning at
bring you some tea'She use a '
worse than this for herself! He said and the bases are "drank." Bar- 'I each Thursday at 7 p. m. Hiss people more dividends if they
leaned back 1n the chair and few new pfay n. o'clock at the First Methodist -
Alice wanted to what is advertisedor
quietly: celo came through with a sir.gle CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Jenks pianist. buy
dosed her eyes while he went to Yon know 111 see, that you don't to left and cleaned the bases The full hne-up for the series Church choir practice each: Friday Church according to announcement the advertiser wanted to sen
give the order Tor tea. It win be published Monday afternoon made by Rev J. C.
Eve-like that 527 William StreetE.
when the left fielder dipped on at 8 p. m. lira J. Roland what they wanted to buy.
y to be here to be taken care ef Richard Gekeler president of the organi-
Evans. Pastor
Barcelo also Adams pianistTHE
the wet scor-:
i again.: She was glad of a respite OITE smiled grass Tha contests will get under way zatian.
at, him In her eyes the ed when Christie dropped the Sunday school 9:45 a. m. I It Is speedily becoming a reality
from speech, even tor a moment. tore nit she Hint trust herself throw to the plate. at 7:30 o'clock. Lights will go on Morning worship at 11 -o'clock SALVATION ARMY A request is made for a mile that an light headed gals aren't

Jeffrey came back and stood looking to fit Into WoriLB1eIs you! If at 7' .'clock in order that the Christian Endeavor 6:45 m.J attendance.
In the fourth inning Albury p. blondes.
down at her from the hearth. I come ont on top after this it wfll teams may practice. ] Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer -
knocked out a home run to deep Evening worship 7:30 o'clock.: !in Charge tieD of the Most Blessed Sacra-

right center. ........................ The pastor will be in charge of 1 1002 Fleming Street ment 7 p. m. A Chicago chad two and a half}

7 ,:fln. the silt; "c anfc> thef-AH-Stars: both morning and evening serv- Company meeting (Sunday Church school 8 a. m. years old has a 1,990 wor l voca

# scored theic3one! taffy -- of the CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN ices. school). 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Kath- Sermons at 8 a, m. and 7 p. n bulary. All it needs now is a microphone

c gaI: e.,, Srtraed..sfaBJfiff to left'j Mid-week service Wednesday erine Eldridge Young Peoples Week-Day Services to become Knox's cam-

W,.Turner single4to.tigttt.\ evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sergeant Major in'' charge. Mass on Tuesday aDd Hurt- paign manager.

flied out to short. Joe Domnick I I, Holiness meeting 11 a. m. day at 7 a. m.

singed through third Schraeder: I I........................ FIRST BAPTIST" CHURCH Subject; "Sinning Believers." Litany and Sermon on Wednesday Subscribe to The Cit.izen-20c
scoring and Turner went to sec Young People's Legion, 6:30p. at 7:30 p. m. weekly.

ond. BV'ten singled to left and Advertisements under this head Eaton Street Between Duval and m. Topic: "Secret Springs Confessions: After the Wednes

Turner went'eut' left fielder to !! will be inserted In The Citizen at Simonton Streets Salvation meeting 7:30 p. m. day evening service. "n."I/I//

catcher.At the rate of le a word for each insertion James S. Day Pastor Captain Walker will take for his

bat the leaders were: Bowen but the minimum for the Bible School at 9:45: a. m. subject?" "The World For God" TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN SPEND

with two singles in three time; first insertion in every instance is Captain O. T. Pogue superintendent being the title given to a great CHURCH

up; Castro and Albury for tile10cat.'Io 25c. At the close of the regular campaign headed by General YOUR ?

each: with two safeties oat Payment for classified advertisements session the "Sunbeams" will havea Evangeline Booth through pulpit (Colored)

of three chances. is invariably in advance !special program. radio and press with a goal of one 717 Simonton Street VACATION

In the field. Hale Aeevedo but regular advertisers with ledger Morning warship at 11 o'clock. million souls for God. Eev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor
accounts have their advertisements Sermon topic: "Church-Makers. Why disaster! Referring to = THIS YEAR SNr :
Pena and Gabriel played a great may Street service on Saturday night '
game for the Bakers and R. Carl-I I charged. BAU meets m the auditorium at the corner of Fleming and Du- the statements given by many as FLORIDA

eon, S. Carlson and Turner far Advertisers should give their 6:30 p. m. Senior BYPU meetsat val streets, 7:30 o'clock. to the reason of the decline o{

4 i L,7V the visitors. street address as well as their telephone the pa oriuJU.. Junior societies Midweek service, Thursday 7:30 Key West Rev. de Barritt will' HWTH'III".n" \

Score by innings: R. H E. I number if they desire re- meet as usuaL p. m. speak on Sunday slight as to some' ,

Miami .. 000 001 0-1 6 7 sults.With. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. causes for thought as taught. in
I Key West" -_ 400 500 x-9 9 1 I eacn classified advertisement The pastor speaks on "Absalom's SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH the word of God. // \111

I Batteries: Bowea aad Christie; I The Citizen will give free an Failure." The service will begin His text will be "Because your.

Yard end GabrieL ., Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for with a short but cpeccial program Corner Duval and Eaton Streets fathers have forsaken me. and

Summary: Home run: Albury; it. put on by the Auxiliary Societies. S.adays have not kept my law"-Jer.:

two base hit: Hale; stolen bases: This will feature the state seal of Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. 16:11.
MISCELLANEOUS Florida. Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. A full choir win render special
Bethel; struck: out: by Ward 4 (S.
Mass for the Church School
Carlson 3, Vegue 1)), by Bowen 1 Prayer service Wednesday music. ,
DIESEL-Men\ to start evening 7:30 o'clock. Topic: "The 9:30 a.'a.
Pena) bases on-balls: off Ward
oily didnt work Dad." ; immediate in this vicinity Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. sn.
way either. 4 i (Walterson 2, Christie 2)), off training Sweetest Word in the Bible. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
to install operate and service Evensong Prayer Sermon
waitIng In tltent! dread for her to be because of FOIL And rm.golnl :Bowen 2 (Pena Higgs) ; errors: Colored
Benediction 8 (
in m.
speak.There was no use In manufacturing to-! Albury Lacilo 2. Brownagly 2, power I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
plants trucks tractors. Week Day. A. T. McCaskfll PastorM.
pleasantries he saw: she 'was The ring of conviction was la her' Schraeder Bowen Christie; left !
service and Morning Prayer 6:45 a. BB. A. Moreno Recording Steward:
Consultation ,
beyond--Ae4'eo'Rw stood 'and voice: sheJiad never: been so sure of on basesVMiamrB.'Key i West C; : "Corner'Simonton and Eatotr Sts Hire This
looked at her.his love in his eyes. anything In her life. Charlotte had time of : 1:00 umpires: furnished. Write giving mechanical i'i'John B. Cnlpepper., Pastor Mass t a. m. Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary :

At l last she, began. "]11 way- said that being happy wasn't a tenth Castro at game the plate Lopez; on first. qualifications Schoeck: : I Church Sunday school opens at Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m Sunday school], 8:30 a. m. Army Of

dldnt work either. Dad. It's Just as Important as being alive second and GOnzalezon Diesel Training. Alton. Illinois 10:00 a. 'ITU, under leadership of A second Mass! on Wednesdays Sunday service 11 a. m.

gene on the rocks gloriously-the Neither was It, she might have Stanley third.on eptl4-21-28oct5-12-19-2; x I Gerald Saunders. general superIntendent 9a.m. Evening worship, 7 o'clock. i "Salesmen"THEY'RE

whole thing. added a teeth as important as being Each department meetsIn ,

He stood quite still Iota moment free-to work oat your own destiny. NICE LINE OF HALLOWE'EN its own assembly room. MIXED BIBLE CLASS BETHEL A. VL E. CHURCH

absorbing the shock.: That's bad. Had Jeffrey been able to read her In the second game, the visitors PARTY Accessories favors, Preaching Sunday morning at THE ADVERTISING
B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- (Colored)
Micky. Do you feel like telling me thoughts he could have told her that played their best game. They allowed games crepe paper noisemakers 11 o'clock. Subject: "Why I AmA Sam Teachers Corner Division and Thomas & COLUMNSof
about Itr the recipe for contentment did not the locals no earned runs etc. Also Hallowe'en I ciao.

She told him almost word for, He In freedom for freedom was a In the first inning the locals cards. San Carlos Book Store., ,. Methodist"Epworth League meeting at This class meets every' Sunday H. R. Hill pastor

word, because the whole scene was myth. The recipe lay not in an absence scored their runs on two hits and oct2-ltx; Miss Vanessa Collins morning at the Harris School auditorium Sunday school 9:3 a. m. -

seared upon her mind. When she had of chains, but In loving the two errors. 7:00 p. m. at 10 o'clock. Mea ani Preaching, 11 a. m.

finished Jeffrey was silent for a longtime bonds that held you. Bat Jeffreywas Vegue was in form and gave up FOR RENT leader. service at 7:30< women, not connected with any I Junior A. C. E. League meet The Key West

while I the fire crackled and the i not clairvoyant but three infield hits and three : Sunday evening: other Bible] Class and regardless at 5:39 p. m.

clock on the mantel licked."Dad. Frances Fel ton's voice reached He struck out nine NICELY FURNISHED APART o'clock. Subject: "Scarecrows.: : of denomniations are invited t. Senior A. C. E. League meets CitizenThey'll
Texas leaguers
." she cried suddenly.'haven't them from the hall clear and a little MENT. AU modern conveniences. Mid-week prayer and praise attend. I at 6:15 p. a.

1 paid my debt?" reproachfuL "Nora you should have batters and walked three. allowed Apply 1113 Varela service on Wednesday at 80 p.! Evening service S p. m.
told me that Miss Emily here. For the locals Walker PENTECOSTAL MISSION take
Yes.he said slowly. "I thick. was street. oct2-2tx: m. I Weekly Services your messageto
Instinctively Emily slipped her but two hits in four innings and Choir rehearsal OH Friday evening '
yo fcave. la fall. Tuesday, 7:30 p. BL, Class. every home in the city
"And hand Into Jeffrey's. He gave it a little Gates two in five innings. 'I 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph 909 Olivia Street
you'll stand by me now! FURNISHED
TWO AND FIVE ROOM Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir raieanaL and SELL 'EM your ware:
He had promised that he would but squeeze and grinned at her.the same Both runs for Miami were &COI"ed APARTMENT. Con' Sawyer, rga Mt; Gerald Sa ad- Wnu Stondeea. Pastor

It wouldn't be fair to remind him of conspirator's grin that bad sustainedher off Gates- fferings.In veniences porches 519 Elizabeth ers, choir director Sunday morning worship. 11 or services.
on her wedding day. the visitors 'clock..
It BOW. the last inning street. Apply 523 South! SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST

"Keep a stiff upper Up MickWe're had a chance to win the game. and street. sept 14 i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday school for aD. 3:39 p., CHURCH PHONE 51

HE thought reluctanfly of his owa In the majority you know. With the bases full and two outs, CHURCH m.

la bringing this About; of I S. Carlson went up to bat and the LOSTLOSTLadies I Sunday night evangelistic service (Colored) The Citizen
his failure to help her when she Characteristically. Frances took mighty "Casey" struck out his I J. C. Gekeler Pastor 7:16 o'clock.Tuesday. Southard Street Between Thomas

had been he realized now. so desperately the blow standing up. Her face was sixth of the series. He had been Wrist Watch with i Caner of White. sad Washingtaa 7:15 p. DL, prayer and and Emma Streets

: In need of help. white and drawn and she made one called ou{* twice for bunting an link bracelet
Ha had tried since then to sale )she ant stand but she realized even as the third strike.! corner GrinnelL Reward if returned Sunday school meets at 1C B. Friday, 7:15 p. IJL, fellowship Williams Missionary Leader
protested that the
his conscience with the assurance ,doomed to failure was At bat the leaders were: H&Je. to No. 2, Lamley Apart m. A. C. Elgin Buperiatendent. meeting.' Sabbath School (Saturday). 10

that Elston be hadn't asked her to stay In "Do you realize. Emily that Acevedo and Gates for the locals. ment. ,octllo2tx The Adult Bible. .Class is taught Saturday, 230 p. m., boys and o'clock.
: hadn't advised her to marry : Lucilo Domniek by the past r. girls' church. Church services 11 o'clock' lathe
Edwin: and font no comfort In there's never been a divorce on In th; ,ieljL.
the assurance. This would be 1111atonemt. : either side of our famllyf bit fIe IBoaen sUr\a for Miami.TMy LOST-Pocket: Book with some! Morning worship at 11 o'clock. morning. 4t
.-DO matter what It cost was Jeffrey who answered that handted If jKTloute and eight; netoey. on Saturday. Reward if! Observance the Lord's Sapper.At Prayer meeting every Wednesday

and at the sound of his voice Frances assists without an error. For Key returned to Citizen Office.: the close ef the service there St. Mary's' Star of the Sea night at 7:30 p. m. FLORIDATie

him."Don't you know I will dearest knew that she was fighting alone. West Griffin and P. Castro were octl2-lt wfll be a called meeting of the Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., Y. P. M. V. S. meeting, 530 .

child?" "Naturally not. They suffered In the leaders congregation., in charge o'clock p. m.

Peace descended miraculouslyupon silence: because divorce was sup- Vogue retired tie side on strikes FOUND j Evening worship at 7:30 .'clack. Order of services for this n. GEORGE
but posed to be a disgrace. Thank Walker Sermon topic: "Grace for Coalman WASHINGJONJGO ,
her. she was weak and: in the second frame. church: LEGALS .
shaken She said unsteadily. 1 heaven that's over and If It's any came back and done the came FOUND-Man's wrist watch. Owner Duties. Sunday morning Masses will he ...r... y +
think III have to awhile comfort to you. my dear thousandsof have by paying for Mid-week Bible Study OB Wednesday aw..Hadd .
cry thing in the third. may said ai 7 and 9:30 o'clock. JionrR OK 3HSTMT SALE ..'-- -...
unblemished records like are
He took her in his and she ours E. McConnell 7:30 Please read GIVES -.......
arms Score by innings: R. H. this advertisement. at p. m. Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. NOTICE J3 HEREBY ..
cried luxuriously against his shoul going into the ashcan every day. that under and by virtue: of and --_
: Miami 000 010 001-2 4 4 Watchmaker. octll-2tx Lake 12:13-21. the Parable of 6AI"Gt i
"Do Evening service at 7:30 o'clock certain decree
her. that
Emily looked squarely at ? pursuant to -r.--
der. When she be
was quiet again you remember on my wedding day Key West 300 000 000-3 6 4 the Rich FootCHRISTIAN Sundays sad Frida7LME'nIODIST made and entered on the tOth day aMn.SUI".
aid casually: : IX IMS, by the
: A.
and Bowen FOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP of September
"Let's talk about this a little more. when I told you I couldn't go on Batteries: Vogue ; j Honorable Jefferson B. Browne,
Do feel like itYes. !" with It? I asked yon If divorce Walker C, Gates and Griffin. SCIENCE SOCIETY EPISCOPAL One of the Judges of the Circuit
wouldn't be worse than stopping Summary: Stolen bases: Ace- 7-ROOM UNFURNISHED house. CHURCH, SOUTH Court of tbe Eleventh Judicial Circuit sa 5..iI.kria
I hadn't really finished. .1 327 Elizabeth Street of Monroe County, Florida. in ..
"All right What's next!" then and you agreed. but you Insisted vedo 2, Sterling; sacrifice: hit: Modern conveniences 1122 Chancery, in that certain cans PinAtACt.A.it.?
9:30 ,
Sunday school "EL SALVADOR"Corner
a m.
She sat and there was Something that I'd get over that feeling. Brownagly; struck: out: by Walker Watson street Enquire W. S. therein pending wherein Berlin A.
up. and The
Sunday moraine service at 11 : Grinned and Virginia Sawyer ta complainant
In her face that ha bad never (Coppripht,1135. t>y Maria Situ) 6, by Gates 5, by Vegue 9; COONS, 621 Caroline street. clack. Barbank Realty Company, a corporation. ,
StreetsRev. .
aeen there before: ,oraethlwc re- bases on balls: off Walker 7, off oct 1 O-Stx The First National Bank
Edwin' doe a surprlsina. thing/ Wednesday evening' service at Guillermo Perez, Pastor of Key West, a corporation. Harry aAUS, .hula..
I entices and determined. Mon..y.gink Gates 4, off Vegue 3; errors: 8 TO'cloek. (Services in Spanish) Owynn and Hilda Owynn, his wife Tie
Cates 2. Sterling Castro R. Carl FOR SALE are defendants, the uedersagaedSpecial
,-"._-- --. Brownagly; Reading room in Society build- Sanday school) 19 a. n. Master la Chancery, appointed ILAGLIR
:'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiToday's ........ :, onetime governor and secretary left son on bases: Miami 15. Key West ORIOLE GAS RANGE Benches, Ing open Tuesdays and Fridays Preaching 8 p. m. for sate by and said sell decree at p10l lie will outcry offer to 1.11 10 ._ ..o.1eA1Aa
for from 3 to 5 o'clock.CHURCH Mothers' Club meets Monday before
1:15 umpires: Piano and house furnishings the highest bidder for cash
of agriculture born at 8; time of game: ;
; sale. Cheap. Must sell leaving 8 mBible the front door of the Coanty coert
Birthday p.
Clarksburg W. Va. 48 years ago. Castro at the plate. Lopez on first.Stanley OF COD 1 House In Key West Monroe C- y. Ii.yATES..lsse
city. 102 Fleming stair and prayer service, November 4th.
Apply ,
second and Gonzalez Florida on Monday
lee....... ........ on
cc see s
I wive. rile day *
octl2-2tx S A. D. 1M5. (same
street } t11.u..l101 Wednesday, p. a. r?
OEvia Street .
Bt. Icon- Jaales Ramsay Mae- I on (bird.SOCIAL. ; of said Court and a legal sales day)
Wflberfowe Earoes. aoted New t'IDrniiig 'se hi 'I at 11 o'clock. duringthe legal hour of sale, to-
York City: Public& Library tibliairrapher. -, Donald, British statesman born FOR SALE-Light Buick Sedan. 3:30 -LA TRINIDAD"Revs. wit: between 11 rrfaclc *. the
69 I Sunday school p. a. L Oser aid aCoatero, forenoon and Oracle in the afternoon -
J years ago. LEAGUE
barn 1C. Medina
at Newark $35.00. Joe Vegnedeanera Sunday night service 7:15 Pastors of said laT the following
80 years ago. I ,- oet9-4t described property to satisfy said
Ii 'clack. Dave sad Angela Streets of the _._tatbft'ftD
Lyn Harding:, English actor: decree by payment
GAME MONDAY Evangelistic service, Wednes 3 specified:
Sunday school m.
Lorn 68 .
Most years ago.FOUND PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed 1:15 CM the island -ef Key Weet
Rev. day.
Michael J. Curley, nu "
cards JL25. The Arbaaa Service In Spanish, Friday, at and Is Lot Nine (I) ei Square
Catholic Arcitbiehap off Baltimore Prayer and praise!' service Friday T:a:: I p.Do Foar (H in Tract Twenty-
JURY Press ..
born in Ireland 56 years ago. ON nC'ZOLD 'TSO p. ra. Teachers JDHt.be. seven t7), according the
JOVE Towers ..wi.ai_,
(By Uartello
of I Scholl ten will play PAPERS FOR SALE Two plat of whJoh Is daly recorded
SALT LAKE CITY.-Police The High in :I1at Book. 1. page 140. In the GEORGE WASHINGTON
Peter B. Kyne of Calif., navel- his city, who for weeks had sought the Lighthouse View Monday afternoon bundles far Ce. The Citizen Office I Lath Mi-.. (Colored records of the County of Monroe SM .....vitfc Iota. .m4 S......

ist, !>orn in. San Francisco- 55 .ttoiuas Ftgfina on charges of at 5 o'clock. Get Services Suadays,Tuesdays aid Center Street' Between Pefcroaia State ALLAN of Florida.-CLEAB.K.. ZR, e.--.1.de.-re .........._.-........de_.

years ago.Howard \ beating his wife, found him serving -'I The Administration outfit was 1 Thursdays, conducted 'by Eev.. and Olivia Special Master la ChaaoeryRAYM0ND RATES 3250 sd w.-GARAGE_
.. :1 ia to have played the Park_ 2]SECOND SHEETS 00 for 50 Charles R. LORD.
as a memberof a"jury a. boys -- E. Lazo Mass, 8 a. m. the .

M. Gore -of 'West. _vii- dsitrict court. .I."dockhi> afternoon_ -_. he- JtrtSS_a '._reas- < P&"( ,, ._Saaiay scbaol."!.:.H m.,m. Soiema EMSSODT sad 6 a dJe-' S.d dtor for Conpiafsaaenept20.ats45t$4 Ha.: _;__ J2/;,/ .:or:.:. !

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.sIs........ss....s..... ........................ ..eeC.e...........*..l.I LOSES WALLET. I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT _

........................ Society of this city removed a speck from Lug.e&tios..JBy WAVESTwo

FAVORS RAILROAD ........................ a .ips maid's /rye, nnd later the Permanent gg QQ

Mrs. G. Delgado who was visit- ...............000.So... f { :-jl<":" : 7! ; ':: <:"-" '" ---V: : doctor found he had been relieved for ._ .
: ANT PACK Better Waves $5.00 and
Editor The Citizen: ing relatives in Tampa, was a returning Grand Opening At '-i ; of his wallet containing up
most on the Steam- !$45.00. usual slight rise U tie yrlce MRS. MILLER
With reference to passenger -
your Ravi's Club Tonight .... THE most vegetables te be expected Oceaa View Apt. I Pnone 574-J
front editorial in The ship Cuba this morning.Dr. \! .ti this season Ass b ... a. l eal
timely page : :. e Se s S e I C C C C C e e e e e S C I C S C C t rv
'- grown predate grows scarce and shlp-
Citizen of October 10th I herewith Ramon O'Farrill representative music excellent floor POLITICAL ped-in commodities Increase. Caeli-
Juan Good an flower, spinach and ...hl' Ona.. how- C
take advantage of your invitationto of the Cuban Government show and a buffet supper are a' ever. are l lower and more plentiful.Apples. MONROE THEATER
comment on the best method of at the "El Grito de Yara" Concord and Toksf grapes
three of the many attractions to ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY end er .b rri.s are the eetstandiagfruits Lionel Barrymore-Jean Arthur
celebration in this city Thursday 1
overcoming pressing transportation this week. Although there are
be offered tonight at the Grand -in-
the Cuba for aad Bartlett
left this morning on still melona peaches [
needs. PUBLIC NO. 1Matineei '
Havana accompanied by Ricardo Opening of Raul's Club on Roosevelt ELECTION NOVEMBER pears available, their seasons are HERO
You ask these questions, which nearly ever. Balcony, ldc|\7rcbef
\ i 1 Serra member of the commis- Boulevard. 12, 1935 The decrease tn wholesale meat

I sftall attempt to answer in their with sion. .-. : Elaborate plans arc being .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFor the prices housewife he* been 11.nta.l toe slight prires te reach are trnt 15-20t Nia nt< IS25eINDIVIDUALITY ...

respective order. together made for this occasion and according ; at least ne higher. Poultry prires remain
comments: Quimby Melton, E. Whitlockand MayorDR. flrra. With the nception of
my of Jones members of to the reservations already H. C. GALEY large white eggs which are rather
i "Do you think the railroad Catesby scarce, fresh eggs are unasaally plentiful
prime ;importance?" the committee appointed to investigate made, there will be an unusually and reasonable for October.

: "Is It' the highway that to you deaths of veterans on large crowd in attend- For Mayor Here at different are three price diaaer..mesas. &. planned .

\ stems to be the paramount ques- the Keys, arrived on the Cuba WM. H. MALONEFor .

tion!" 9 this morning., ance.Heading the floor show pro- : L.t5.T Reelection Low Cost DinnerStaffed IS THE KEYNOTE IN OUR
Shoulder Pork Chops
"Do you 'advocate a combination gram will be Joe Lopez;, pleasant 4 4r -- 4tx Creamed Potatoes Mashed Turnips

of the two?" I voiced tenor who(twill! render For CouncilmanDR. Bread asS Better Fall FootwearFOR
"How do you believe your !several 'selections. Other Jellied Fruit
proposition should be financed?" [[At The Stores]I highlights on the.rogram will be Ten or Coffee Milk
After much thought and consideration numbers by Gwnedolyn Borden. For CouncilmanCLIFFORD Medium. Cost Dinner LADIES, MISSES A/ D
to both methods, I am Gerald Finder Madge Sands and G. HICKS lobed Half Bern Browned Yams

convinced that the railroad is of novelty numbers by the orchestra. Apple Sauce Bread sad Buttered Butter Cauliflower Special attention is paid to

prime importance to our community .c4 F Lemon Snow Soft Custard the selecting of our SHOES.
especially when one con- FALL SHOWINGSD. For Councilman Tea er Coffee MilkPEARLMAN'S Shoes for Sport Evening and
Aronovitz Department Storeis I Dance Tonight At Afternoon wear. In the new-
siders the fact that we are soon to MARCOS A. MESA, SR.
and Winter est Fall colors and ,
now showing its Fall styles, ma-
least makeshift for a HabanaMadridThere
have at a
lines of ladies' and girls men's I terials. kj
highway with prospects for an I For CouncilmanJIM I SPECIAL PRICES on all | "T\\
and boys' wearing
improved service in the near fu i is a good time in store ROBERTS Inca I Shoes for Saturday and Mon
in the windows are lovelynew '
ture. I for all who attend the Big Satur- -' day. Come in and make your
I do not consider the highway ready to wear goods recently day Night Dance at Habana- For Police Justice "Quality Shop""WE I selection.

to be of paramount importance received by this store. T I T. S CAROForCh.f.f i Ladies. Misses and Children's
\ The new merchandise is the latest -I Madrid Club tonight starting ARE THE TOPS"
when we are to have it to the exclusion The management I SILK HOSIERY:
in from New York centers the)is4fjur. whe. it to
would style I comes
of the railroad. It has left nothing undone to make Police JUST RECEIVED: ship
seem advisable to carry on with and represents the finest I READY TO WEARThat's ment of Hosiery for Ladies,
available. !lhj-.afair! & .
less unsatisfactory quality Misses and Children containingany
our present more or .
everyone. '-what we are being told
I desired shade in any styleto
highway system and con- LEWINSKY'S FALL SALE I A local orchestrawill furnish a ,For Captain::of Police daily by our many customers match any Shoe in the store

centrate on recovering the rail Lewinsky's Men's Shop 526 Du- lively* progVam of dance music '- ".eaame ,e._.-"", ,,,,,,,,,....-,-"' '''''''W'A '_- -_ --- -._. _, ALBERTO Ii CAMERO you too will feel that way aftera Come in and examine them.
!' visit to our store and an inspection -
:'wilf"play'csomei'of the latest ,
road.Your val street, is now spnosoring a Ameri asked If Max Baer LADIES' DRESSES AND
third question to my WHEN Willie Honeman. spectator of ourBEAJUTIFUL
Fall Sale men's and hits oftht'aay.The For rCaptain.of Police OVERCOATS for Fell Wear
ideal arrangement on youngmen's I Bicycle Champion read sent it. and Joe laughed with glee-
mind is the can .
opening'dance last week ROBERT J. LEWIS GARMENTS Just the dresses been
merchandise. The store was wanted Bike John Roxborough offered to loan
East Coast Joe Louis a
Florida I -
and.Railway if the,really wants to abandon visited today by scores of persons attracted one of the largest Willie raced a new shiny one over it to Max but Doc Cowan borrowed 1 1'I I I 'BoLby"JUST Stunning Evening Gowns and waiting for! New materials in

their from Florida City who took advantage the bargains crowds to attend an affair of this to the Training Camp and presented it for a ride to the village In Wraps-Smart Sport and AfU I new colors and designs. Select
holdings 'I
II attendance I RECEIVED yours today or Monday. Now
offered. kind and an even larger It to Joe.CABRERA. stead.. ernoon Dresses with Hats,
south there tremendous possibilities I I marvelous selection
are showing a
of us having both at Incidentally, a typographical error is expected at tonight's I I Shipment FRESH MEATS I Gloves and other Accessoriesto VA.., 5.. __H__. t.Jn..A_:..v.-" ._.v.._.t&--ft_..___
Nice liens and Fryers match. "
in yesterday's advertisementmade event.
practically the same price as one. New Chenile and Brushed Wool shades.
Of course to bring about such one of the items read Arrow IN FAVORREBUILDING 11111111141 Dressed and Delivered 2-piece Suits. 10 do%. Ladies' Silk and Wool

a happy arrangement would depend Shirts at the special price of 50c. What Price Education? Spring Lamb Milk Fed Veal Lovely New Sweaters and Dressfes, one and two piece,
on the acquisition of the I This should have read Arrow TO SUBSCRIBERSIf Bermuda Meat Market Tams. all, at one price nnno4. $1.95

entire East Coast right-of-way including Shorts. It costs time and energy to acquire Phone 861-W Free Delivery: Tailored Angora Suits and WE INVITE YOUto

free rights to rehabilitateand more than a mere smattering I (Continued from Page One) you do act receive your We open and deliver Sunday Dresses. visit our store and see ono
PROMPT SERVICE ,over three or four months from 2 and 3-piece Wool Flannel of the newest and finest as-
lease rail in that the boys
operate or the I music so
6s IS o'clock ia the 'Suits. sortments of NEW FALL
then by
First call a doctor and the start of the repairs. paper
carrier. while the girls
as a common take to the sports I Smart Swagger Coats and SILKS in South Florida. Every
In connection with the above call us is the advice given in Gard take to the ribbon counter or get "For' this small outlay of funds: afternoon call telephone 51 I Suits. material-every design.

and to eliminate the undesirable ner's Pharmacy advertisement to- married.Mr. can: they afford to overlook the and a paper will bo seat to BENJAMIN LOPEZ We are more than preparedto 40 pieces Printed Tweed,

feature cf highway travel due to day.This Cassio Brannan wished to the line made before the FUNERAL HOME take care of all your re washable yard -.-... ISc
the long water gap by ferry I popular drug store offers be a violinist so he went to a yotr home. A complaint boy Serving Key West quirements. 30 pieces Mercerized Printed

would give first consideration to the public a prompt free delivery music school in New York only to storm and the future possibilities I. o. duty at this; office front Half Century QUALITY SHOES Tweed washable yard ZOc
the of shuttle train service service in case of war. 20 shades 56 inch All-Wool
matter find that the director was only a Hour Ambulance Service
6:15 7sl5 for the One of the largest personally Flannel, yard ..__n $1.48
over this gap with ample schedules violin teacher who "made desk "Not having a railroad operating to PDI. Licensed Embalmer
MONDAYOne selected assortment of up-to- 56 inch Heavy Quality
to facilitate traffic without of the dollar sales observations", a "proxy", "Syn to Key West, the city would purpose of delivering; conplaints. Phone 135 Night 696-W the-minute SHOES in the sea- Wool White Flannel per

annoying delays and disappoint- popular thetic" swindler whose pupils lose a great amount of its taxesthe son1 smartest styles in all the yard ._. ,'n..h_ $1.75
- ments to the traveling public. given several times a year by never could pIa)'. Mr. Brannan county and state would lose, Help us give von 100 a new leathers and various colorscan JUST RECEIVED N w line

With rapid and satisfactory Holtsberg's is scheduled for Mon College than the be in Fall and "of Ladies' Hats to match all
a went then to the Cincinnati a greater amount city, percent service by eeliug 51 found our
service of this kind it would soon day. The advertisement today of Music where S. E. Jacob- and. from which funds our schoo.1' D. ARONOVITZ Winter showing at prices to Dresses. -
shows few of the items markedat if do not receive Too; Cit SOMETHING NEW The
indicate whether or not highway a sohn was a masterly instructor of system is largely maintained and :you suit alL Come and see-

channels along the side of the a dollar for this sale. violin. Here MV.\ Brannan studied operated. It would lose the majority cen.and DEPARTMENT STORE $1.95$2.50, $2.95 $3.50 beautiful CeJopnaao Silk. Come
in and it.
viaducts would be justified to accommodate An important announcementmade Violin Theory and (Harmony under :- of passenger and freight and $3.95MONDAY
is the rllllllll.l.l
the increasing travel. by Holtsberg's today Henry Carter Organist of business. the employees and their I SALE Ladies Silk Underwear. Every

To your fourth question I would arrival of new silks which includethe Trinity Cathedral New York.) payrolls, the various departments I Now showing greatest Fall Good.collection 35e Foulards and Travel wanted garment can be foundin

submit honest but sufficient esti- new jewel tones such as sap He left after the two years that will be forced to remove to with railroad it would I ever shown.of New Our stock is now Prints n.. ....u....-......____.?.. 23c our large stock.
mates of the necessary monies required phire blue London fog emerald for Boston. Mass., to enter other cities and the identification any $1.50 Evening Bags. special 98c Ladies Silk Blouses, specialat
to accomplish the above green ruby red, and, shootingstar. course not be economy. more complete than any past Children's Dresses and ..--__...__.__..______--.. $1.00
Julius Eichberg's famous as one of the leading ports season's. The whole town is Jersey
and ask the kind and benevolent "We should unite in an effortto lines ofMen's. Boys' Suits _......._..., 98Children's New shipment of Blankets,
School Boston Conservatory) of entry and export. talking about our m..u
-. \ ( have the railroad repairei and New Silk Dresses, from ...t____.. $1.00 to 10.00
Uncle for longtimeloan Children'sGoods.
Sammy. a Women's and
where he remained one having "From, economical stand ,
giving Dim "security a first APPELROUTH'S FALL LINE year an I ascertain the views. of the bondholders We always show something at .__..--_--. __._.__-..---. $1.25 DRAPERY SPECIALFOR
hundreds of fine could highway for autos
listened to point a
the During the! past;, several weeks, i and 'join with them to new and different than { Ladies' All-Wool Swagger! MONDAY
mortgage on! properties.J. the new line of Fall' merchandise violin.players there. over the railroad regain or equal work for our benefit. found elsewhere in the city. Suits _.._____....._....._. $5.95 10 pieces 36 inch Drapery.

F. !MATCHETT. :at The Store of Fashion has been Then he went to Brussels. Belgium this great loss to the city? Further I Our prices are always low inconsistency All-Wool Skirts each ...--.-.-..... only, per yard ...-..m.nh 29c
Key West Fla, to take lessons from Ovide it must be considered best with quality. Come _m..hU... $1.98 and $1.50 10 pieces 40 inch Canton

Oct. 12, 1935. i I the subject of conversation of all Musin who then was the premier for us, if a reasonable sum of I look over our lines and see for Wool Knitted Blouses .... $1.25 Crepe, yard "-"-._. h..... 69e,'
who have visited this store. world violinist and teacher of the' money will give both the rail II Our Silks Are The yourself. $4.50 Flannel Jacket Coats, LARGE LINE OF 1935

WOULD USE RAILROADTO For Monday The Store of Fashion violin. I road and an auto service for the at __.h.U_....______.... $2.98 NOVELTIES
offers attractive prices on Ladies' Silk and Woolen Jacket Lapin Coats $3.50
TRANSPORT AUTOS next and, and several millions are hh. Mond'ay will bo REAL
\ Brannan played
Mr. present' a
shoes ready to wear, draperies and Talk 0' The TownCome Dresses, Spring Coats and $5.00 New Silk Dresses, on
in fact, everything in the IItorewill taught at Havana. Cuba and later, necessary to convert the railroad t Swagger Suits. Browns blues, sale ---...____--..-..___..__... $3.95 SAVING DAY nt this store
Editor, The Citizen: l be specially priced. at Key West where he made his Into a highway for automobiles: ., and see the new Grays, Tans, Greens, Purples $6.00 New Silk Dresses, on THESTORE
Due to the September hurri- home and produced many well of colors in Blacks. Etc. PRICES TO SUIT sale ......._u.u.u $4.9
cane, we have poor transportation. trained pupils, some having continued group ANY PURSE. $3.50 New Silk Dresses. on OF FASHION
We. have .o railroad and our VALUES IN DRESSESThe lessons with him for five JEWEL TONES sale .u.h. $2.50 and $1.98
county ferry system has been Hub Store 602 Duval octll-Ztx Ladies' and Children's Hats All Wool Dresses $3.00 value, Ladles' Store
crippled to a large extent. For street is offering unmatchable or years. HOLTSBERG'SDollar -auch a&-- in an abundance of styles for on sale .___uu_.____ 0. $1.98Boys' City's Leading

quicker transportation no matterwhat values in ladies' ready to wear store' cihtaitrk. scores of items | SAPPHIRE BLUE i old and.yotmg ttr'Ceh.' wnitcf,Jn: wifck 4te., brown, Wool Sweaters .-_ un 69c I L APPELROUTH
hats and other merchandise Mon
is decided the railroad if LONDON FOGEMERALD
on which'. "have!' been specially priced I
rebuilt or abandoned, there shouldbe day.This for 'IMo 'd Y-' t 'l. Day MondaySEE GREEN -reK ()a'*;or a way whereby an agreement store invites the public to .- -'.n. RUBY REDSHOOTING HOUSSHX> ,GOODS.. CURTA1NS --'-- ---

could be made to use the railroad pay it a visit and see the new WINDOW DISPLAY I I DRAPERIES PIL-
between and Pine lines which have recently been re LQW CASES, SHEETS. Etc.
Grassy Key Big
ceived. Closing out $1.00 Wash Dresses GINGER Come*.aM S4 W yourself.
Key to convey motor cars, insteadof 2 for _._00'_ $1.00 t. .
using the ferry boats between I Yes, Girls' Wool Angora Dresses. Also, METAL CHECKER- New shipment of Ladies. and

Snake Creek and No Name Key., PEARLMAN'S. INC. sizes 7 to 14 ___--"-'''--. $1.00 BOARD and METAL Children's .SHOES Blacks, like Cake Of Ice"HL
By the use! of the railroad ferry Nothing but compliments have Sister and Brother Jersey I Browns, Etc. In Suedes and

over the above mentioned It been paid the new Fall dresses, UNMATCHABLE Suits ........__....__..._ $1.00 CREPES Kids Low Heels and High

would cut the Jime of travel over shoes' etc.. at Pearlman's, Inc., I Boys' Jersey Suits All sizes, Special prices on TRANS. Heels priced from nn $1.98 up

four since; being placed no display re at ..__..____.__.__..______ $1.00Ladies' .-
the three VELVET in
highway by to i PARENT Call and inspect our lines of
Novelty Slip-Over
hours, and the ferries could make cently.'Today's. VALUESBEAUTIFUL Woolen Sweaters 'h_". $1.00 all-colors for MondayHOLTSBERG'S Merchandise for the entire
advertisement thisMaekMUTlIle'e
more trips between Grassy Key for Children's Woolen Sweaters. family You will be compelled

and Snake Creek. all sizes ...._..._...._.*... $1.00 to say that our lines are out of
By this service it would speedup L.*.1.* MetefTHE FALL Satin and Metallic Blouses in the o :

our traffic until other meansof SEMINOLE DRESSES new fall shades ______. $1.00 I i.arr.'f
transportation could be set up. Fall Tweeds regular 25c yard.

EDWARD KOEIIN. made to aell at $4.95 and 5 yards for ___..__ $1.00
54 inch Wool Tweed for Suits
Key West, Fla., $5.95, our-special price and Skirts, reg. 1.50 $1.00Baby's
519 United St.Subscribe *
and Blue Over-

$3; 95 coats .__...____-.-._ -._ $1-00 'eAn 1niriIkLItO11.
to The Citizei-20cPALACE Baby's All Wool Robes $1.00
weekly. Baby's Heavy Woolen Blankets. ; '27Q1&db

HATSto at ____.___.______ __ $1.OO OUR _
a Baby's Sheet and Pillow Case '
match and DRESS, Set __.._.uu uu_____ $1.00 J' \
value Extra large Pepperel Sheets
$1.50 and $1.95 ______ .. __ '$1.00 .
diaries Bayer-Merle O'Berou ...........In.. FlerUaCHAS. -- no .I1dt
-----in_ GEIISF.51: MMaoerA just Pillow Case Tubing all widths
THUNDER IN THE EAST anman.B.home-like Institution 5 yards for _____...__u_ $1.00 "XTERY soon each of our
where you will find your Individualeemtert Rayon Bedspreads, all colors .
Two Comedies $1.00FALL I
and entertainment a matter at _hno__..- -UO_ "___"m' $1.00 I iL fncnds wfll be receiving an "
Matinee- : 10-lSc Night IS-ZSc of great Importance. Rainbow priscilla Curtains, and FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE
invitation to our Wedding; f '<
-0-- I at _.__.._ 2 _____.u.u__ $1.00 ** REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and:
A .t.... fireproof h.IUIm loeatedIn SHOES Beautiful Velvet Pillows $1.00 f ve want tt to be the best looking invitation we can get. healthful as if they were frozen in a'cake of

KEY WESTCOLONIAL tile heart of tile city blacks and browns Budoir Ribbon'TiHows $1.00 .. ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand

Fancy Lace Scarfs, regular Wedding Invitation to be the
HOTELIn Combination Tub 98c, 2 for __.*-__- $1.00 Naturally you want your absolutely airtight
and Every Shower Room Hath with Radio. Electric $1.98SEE Extra size Satin Slips for $1.00 :.very finest; and that a why we are inviting you to inspect our and

the Center of the Busineaa i ICeilin Ventilation.* .....Comfortable Slat Door for Beds Summer withMattreaae. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MON l remarkable line genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations $30.00 $35.00EASY

and Theater District [I, of Inner Spring Construction BARGAINS DAY MORNING and Announcements in the Favored Style of 193 J- TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
Read OUR
and Individual 2
First CIa.-f'lreprf- I ing Lamp BEFORE BUYING per yard u _. ___ lOc Display At-
RATES! (Be Oa Time) -
Sensible Rat. ...... Tie most ...d..i.. of FU THE ARTMAN PRESS
OPEl I 7R R__.. Private Bath f2.tle THE HUB Merchandise at popular price. Thompson Ice Company Inc.
Private Bath CITIZEN
4e :::.. Private Beth == :::: See our selection before buying : -

Car Elevator I 24 R__..' Private Ratio a.M 602 Duval Street your Fall wardrobe. PHONE NO.8'vvv
| 1 I. "ample R_ Privet Bath 4.05
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