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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 15, 1935
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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I For Atoociated Best 65 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day.West to Wire the b t 1!cp W: zt



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VOLUME LVI. No. 245. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1935. PRICE :FIVE CENTS

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Spending Seen As Big Issue InNext NURSERY SCHOOL Wilcox Assures Local GroupOf WPA LABORERS Golden Hotel Manager Gives


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PROJECT \ML BE SETTLE TROUBLESTARTED


Political_____ Camp.;;aign Of Year"I14Y1'1'S'.I'4T.Ij. STARTED SOON' His Cooperation In All TODAYDECISION Views Bearing On Issues That


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Dollars-And-Cents AspectOf GIVEN MUCH TIMEIN AWAITING -ARRIVAL OF MA.I Issues Affecting Key West MADE TO RETURNTO : Affect Welfare Of Key West

Situation Shown To TERIALS TO PUT BUILDINGIN I WORK TOMORROW AFT

STUDY OF LAW -- ..
CONDITION FOR PRO CONFERENCE AT LOCAL --
Be Greatest Influence Congressman J. Mark Wilcox, in. agreed to meet Mr. Porter and

(Bv Associated Press) POSED OPERATIONS I I others in the croup and discuss HEADQUARTERS MRS. THOMPSONAND Statement Deals With Various -
JAKSONVILLE Fla.. Oct. conference in Miami. told a group:
Among VotersBy the burning questions of the day
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will IS.-have George five L. Prime months, negro to, of Key Westers be. was ready and I in Key West, bridges and railroad BABY HURTIN Projects Includ-

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As soon as materials arrive, and Approximately 200 WPA laborers -
study law before attempting time, to rehabilitation.It .
willing to, at any go
BYRON PRICE to defend another case in the the building can be put in condi-! was. during this conferencethat will return to their jobs tomorrow AUTO. CRASH ing Transportation Systems
(tklrt .( lI.r.... Tae AwurUtrdITr which
.. ".........) courts.In tion, the nursery school, project! Washington and do anything Congressman Wilcox made morning after walkingout And Other MattersJ.

The financial policies of the federal court here he of the Florida ERA,. will get I: will .be for the better interests of i iI the assuring statement that he this morning on many of the

assayed to present his side ofa started in Key West, members of, projects which are under vay in
I TODAYON
HAPPENED
Roosevelt administration its vast government charge that he Key West. was at all times ready and willingto ACCIDENT
the School Advisory Com I for the Key West. They decided to re-
Nursery do everything possible .
violated the liquor taxing WHITE STREET B;;RT S. Golden, manager of the
pending operations and its an. law. mittee were told yesterday during -I! Upon arriving Vi Miami late benefit of Key West. turn after a committee had con- ; Key West Colonial. Hotel who has

balanced budgets, are becoming Result: A conviction anda I a meeting of the group held! Saturday afternoon, Wm. R. Porter Others in the group besides Mr. ferred with )I. E. Gilford, dis- McCLINTOCK WAS DRIVEROF
Porter who discussed matters rel- always manifested a great interestin
five-month prison sentence. in the Key West Administration tncit WPA director and other officials ONE OF CARS
the center of political attention who left in company with ative to the issues were Judge of the local WPA organi- all matters pertaining to the
',III'IIIIAPLAN Building. I W. H. Burwell, of Miami; JudgeH.
claimed today by few other usue. Members of the advisory com-I Colonel George E. Brown, arranged II. Taylor, Coral: Gables; T. zation. I II welfare of this city, has written a

.. mittee' are to.direct the activities a conference with Mr. Wilcoxto Jenkins Curry, of Key Largo and The decision to return to work I Mrs. Lee Thompson received a communication to The Citizen in

FOR BAR .- of the school,"when the project is!, Key West, members of the Overseas came immediately after Director,I painful cut on the head, and j jI ; which he gives his views oa various
The trend gives increasing I discuss matters of paramount Commission Chair-
launched."' The' includes I Bridge ; Gilford gave assurances that ice bruise on her right arm, and her
group Carl Bervaldi of the I projects which he advocatesfor
man county
weight to the predictions of many EXAMINATIONS public'. instruction officials, officers interest to Key WVest. Commissioner, Nor- would be provided on th- various: baby received a :scratch on the ,
commissioners
politician that, in the end, thedollarsandeeats of civic organizations, and Mr. Wilcox no sooner heard berg Thompson; and Mayor Wm. rroj=ts. This was one of four head and lip when they were the betterment of the community *

SIXTY-FIVE CANDIDATES TO ERA 'officials. Members are Mrs., Mr. Porter's request than he II. Ifalone. grievances the laborers voiced this I thrown from a car in an accidentat as a whole. Mr. Golden
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aspects of Robert Lord. Mrs.. P. Dumont i morning when they reached. their the corner of Petronia and i, letter dealing with tl., subject ia

situation in Washington will influence TAP 3 PART IN COMINGPROCEEDINGS Huddleston. Mrs. Nina Ryder 1----- jobs and which, with three more White streets this morning. I herewith
reproduced :
Johnson, Everett Russell and I I MALE HORMONE MANUFACTURE complaints, caused the walkout I )[rs. Thompson and baby were I
far more vote !ill 1936 Melvin RusselL rector Gilfond, in a prepared "We have learned through the
I with Mrs. Thompson's
riding elsewhere that the United -
statement addressed to the and !
than all of the talk about economic '(PT Asseelard Press) Activities of the nursery school: MAY SHOW SCIENTISTS WAY\ TO WPA workers, pointed out that; mother-in-law, Mrs. Lulu Thompson -' press States Government N willingto
TALLAHASSEE Ha. Oct. 15. will get under way as soon as a I f
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to Key
the cosslitn.tion. made street from allocate $5,5OOOOO.OO
theory and tot! WPA allotment is made to the i the three other complaints I entering White
-The state bar examination, ERA for the project, it has been by the laborers were beyond the f Petronia. Bert MeChntock: was West. One of the plans was to
; be held here'> Oct. 20 and, 21, will; HALT HEALTH DETERIORATION five thousand citizens
has II I jurisdiction of the local or state remove
attract 65 candidates. Five of. announced. This allotment I driving a vehicle of the WPA ad-
When the voter offices of the WPA."There from here, or use the money as
ordinary grap- them are women, G. T. Whitfield,: been promised. -- I ministration along White street.
to mak a
ples with the constitutional issue, The nursery schools are sponsored are 1400 men in Key we saw fit. Probably
and clerk of the supreme court, said.I I of By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE 1 longer. With the hormone the pa- West who still do not have work."I Mr. MV.Chntock said he expected -: highway over the possibly aban-
or tries to dissect examine by the U. S. Office t
The examinations are conducted I (Associated Press Science Editor) tient had to absorb lot of If Urn, u
"the new economy" or "the more Education. Development of the ; a thingsof Director Gilfond's statement con{ Mrs. Thompson to bring doned F. E. C. bridges.
under the supervision of thesupreme 1 NEW YORK, Oct. 15.-Some of I no particular known value. cluded. "We picked the men for: a true statement that we can receive -
abundant life, he usually fetchesup court clerk. physical welfare and wholesome her car to a stop at the corner, as)
at last fog of argument mental conditions of chil- human transplants also were work first who need it most. If a S5.500.0OO.OO: my plan
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in a I young the things which physicians have 13 customary, and when he found
tried. They had to be selected the to the
contradiction.With I of man does not report for work would be to give outright
and the
bewildering dren is I
I primary purpose I same; as blood for transfusion. ( this was not done he put on his; F. E. C. the cost of placing: their
money matters it is dif,'CUBAN CONSUL the school. Physical examinationsand hoped for in vain from monkeyand ) without good reason, or if he !.
They were too limited for much brakes but could not prevent the]! railroad its former condition
ferent. Many obscurities lingerin ,II' health care, nutritious and" come walks off the job, he will be re-j in
goat: glands may now : use. I accident. this cost mission dollars To
to one
the government's financial well balanced meals are provided.An I placed immediately by some one \I
RETURNS HERE Quantity InsufficientThen else." I j When Mrs. Thompson's car was''spend two or three hundred thousand
statements, but by and large any- environment favorable to true with the artificial manufacture % '
!!
there was hetero-trans- Other complaints voiced by the I struck Mrs. Lee Thompson was dollars building a first class
one who can add and subtract is t growth and a schedule of activities :' 1
of a new crystalline male plantation, in which the essentiali workmen were the, scale,! I highway from Miami t*> Key West
the wage
able to see whether income is Berardo Rodriguez, Cuban con- suited to the needs of a very I re-ceived
i substances: of gland tissues were hours and to fee i then lay aside the taxes for five
balancing or failing to balance: sul at Key West returned yes-I| young child are made available,'I hormone. I i having pay a ;i
the his I II I injecte.d There were disadvantages for getting their Treasury De-' baby was saved from further ini years formerly paid,by the F. E
outgo, and draw own con- afternoon the Steamship and teachers are carefully I
elusions. terday on chosen. This hormone, testosteron, .isolated : such as allergic reaction of partment checks cashed. Mr. Gil-.1.!jury by falling on its mother. I C. to the State. CoWftty and City.

it in recognition' Cuba from Havana, accompanied'by j [ patients to the foreign proteins fond pointed out that he and State I As soon as the aeeifeg barn. !!.wWEA t ots Gila.#fi oo;
Possibly was :Mrs. I i: The Department of Public Instruction -
Rpdnguez. in June this year, and madesynthetically thus absorbed: T peneof Mr. McClmiock stopped Ts'j' 000.00 which would earn us at
I WPA Administrator Chester B.|
of this fact, UuF, within a single, Advised that his mother was ill.I' has contributed the kindergarten -
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his weeks All the. methods suggested; ; there Treadway had been successful in' car jumped to the ground and of.. least 4 per cent or 2000000.
week, Mr Roosevelt issued Consul and Mrs. Rodriguez left for this use, as lone as, in the last few j'
I be benefits obtaining Ifered to do anything to 1 I "Now we could have a tidy
might great in getting 10 cent increase necessary ,
prediction that no heavier taxes' Saturday the Cuba the project is in operation. When I a per
morning on by Dr. L. Ruzicka of Zurich, the pure hormone and learn- above the established wage scale[ assist in taking care of the in- balance left of $2.0oo.00J.00.)
would be to liquidate I the State
necessary for Havana. On their return activities begin, super- 1
I I ing how to use it. Male hormones Four {injured mother and baby. I With that two million we can: go
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hoover on
the depression debts, and Mr. yesterday they advised The Citizen visor of nursery schools will be Switzerland, is the unseen chem.I .
have been available: for five years out into the world as other cities
selected this same theme as that the consul's mother is I :sent! here to keep the program in ,-, --- ----' I
I ;ical which enabled the trans for this purposes have;done and. bring at least five
the subject of a speech regarded better. line with Federal regulations. I
But they were not available in I Ir good factories here, employing in
everywhere as the most importanthe HAIRS' SOLVES
has delivered since he left the I' planted glands to exhibit their occasional large enough quantities, even to WHEN SPLITTING the! 'aggregate at least! two thousand -

settle all the problems of how to people which would Rive 'IS a

White House.The j" SCIENCE FINDS RAT'S 'REASONING' : startling effects. give; them. It was suspected also MURDER POLICE FOLLOW SCIENCE weekly payroll of $40.00000 I

Figure It is the substance whose good that they were not the really important do not need to remind the citizens

The latest official figures forecast male hormone. r of the fact that when the P. w. A.
effects were quickly masked 01 :
the following situation as of SUPERIOR TO FIVE-YEAR-OLD CHILD) interfering factors.. This suspicion now appears verified Associated Press) and kindred charitable relief have
destroyed by
June 30, next: by the fact that the newly ceased, Key West will be in the
Receipts for the precedingyear It is a goal sought for nearly 10 i found hormone is 25 to 50 timesI I LOUISVILLE, Ky- Oct. 15.- the record bureau and detective I exact condition that it was before
HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE tunnels until able to c division, he studied fingerprinting -
By they are
$4,470,000,000. Expendi- ]I years in the hope of providing aj i I more powerful than its An obscure murder fire year ago I they started to assist us. In
and classification
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Editor end and out predeces-I photography -
(Associated Press Science ) enter at any come
tures for the' period. $7- I without
same successful to prob-|[ sors. The test for this other words still leaving as
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Oct. IS.-;' at will at exit they choose. approach some the of criminals learned by Rags-
7 2OOOOOO. Yearly deficit, $3- : any i ability to cause growth in some was solved by Louisville policedepartment' I eroployn+'ent.
lems of mental abilities, of dale in Europe. With the
I Then in one tunnel entrance aging i cooperation 1
282,000,000. Total national debt Adult show isl of rats.Discovery ... .I "Kokomo. Indiana a town an-
rata reasoning power organs .. "four.teat.tube.ad.readiDa'ala.
Director Dun-
the child wants. He of Safety
$30,723,000,000.These placed a toy waning optimism and to a less ex-'I of Dutch ScientistDr. 'I proximately the size o' Key West

: are the basic figures superior to that of five.year-old I is shown it, taken to another entrance tent of physical activities. Laqueur, a Dutch scientist, .." laboratory, st.rt.1 lap Wakefield, Messmer was sent:'lost: through, the clown* of theHaynes
I in the
and told to go find the I Ito St. Louis for a study !
from which all calculations must Voronoffs Results discovered the new hormone. Dr. 1 Automobile Company employment -
children in laboratory experimentsat toy. He is unable to reason out I I ing scientific crime detection hereon crime laboratory there. j jLaboratory l
( start. They mean that since 1926 When Voronoff, in Paris, began! Ruzicka's further discovery of away I J for its citizen. Havi"lt'heard
what direction take in the tunnels I
to Tower
In Clock I
(often referred to by economistsas the of I I that in Chicago there was
University Michigan.By transplanting glands to human to make it artificially means : a road which soon may lead I'[
At center of the ape
the swastika
,
a "normal" year), the government *. it can be produced in unlimited When he returned, he was given ',,
will have gone more than reasoning.power is meant' where the passages; cross, he beingis, he reportcd"many startling I quantities.It I'I to an elaborate police science, a ""laboratory" room in the clock: hun-dred j r

into debt. has. three possible directions. lIe results. But those who tried to du- tower of Louisville's 6O-yearold : loca-
$11,000,000,000 deeper the ability to recall several .ep-1 is not even certain that the i(I i with strikes they sought; a
Presumably this debt will be finds the right one by chance, by rlicrte them mostly failed or,!I male hormone may not yet be building. J I city.hall. His equipment was four 1 i I tion in a smaller place A committee -

still further increased before the arate experiences and to combine 1 exploring More Intricate one after Ones the other.Solved found them too transient.It { found in plants. Dr. A'dolph Bu-I Approval of new "quarters"f r1!"I" test tubes, a little magnifying j|I of Kokomo people repaired

depression ends. Presumably also them logically to solve a prob- Not, so the rats. Their lure is is now a question whether the I tenandt, one of the best recognized the laboratory and WFDE? police glass, some fingerprint powder. to Chicago to find out what was
the present tax rates, which MX. results he claimed were entirelydue I investigators in sex hormones : and city-paid tuition to physics needed to secure that factory The
food which they cannot trace by I radio station, as a federalpro-
Roosevelt says are sufficient, will lem. then to hormone production by the I announced not long ago I and chemistry courses in the Uni- concern; said with a cash payment
smell. They shown it,
yield considerably more in a year are at different -I transplanted gland, they might that he had i isolated the female!ject i is expected soon. It will : versity of Louisville. ! like the children, placed a
of full prosperity than the $4- Whether rats can reason has The: adult rats also be due to the male hormone sex hormine from the seeds of!I i crown the efforts of two officers,!! The laboratory now has a double taxation for ten years So Ko

470,000,000 estimated for the been a debated question. Their take the entrance.correct turn the first 90percent I liberated while the implant was., palm.trees. This female hormone i I who, for years, have been fighting I i microscope, for comparing bullets komo began a campaign; to raise!

current year. Presumably, likewise possession of this quality seems of the time. I being absorbed. is verY little different chemically' to install the microscope and reagent i ; violet ray projectors, forI I this money. Everyone including

: interest rates will go up to be verified at :Michigan, not Medical treatment of certain That is, the gland really produced from the male. bottle beside the nightstick I I I I bringing out prints, blood stains : children, adults, and all inhabitants -
with prosperity, so that the carry- nothing new after trans- Dr. Ruzicka makes the new j i and the like; moulage materials !i I agreed to subscribe to this
ing charge on the debt will be only by the nture of the problems areas of their brain takes It does away not plantation. It was not much different male hormone from cholesterol a and pistol as weapons of the I I for making casts as of tires and fund and exactly 48 days later the
the rats.
this m
appreciably more than .the $745- solved, but by medical tests abolish power their power to learn or to I' than taking a dose of medicine substance common in living tis- Louisville police. They are George I i wounds; complete photographic entire amount was sub cribed.

000.000 of this year. afterward identifying the brain remember. It affects apparentlyonly except that the dose lasted I sues. Ragsdale police training superintendent equipment; gas projectors, which The same little enterprising: city

Making allowance for a favor-I tissues they used in the solutions.The the integrative ability usedin l -- --.- --- and John L Messmer,]I Ragsdale says will reveal prints,., is about to secure another factory '
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able turn in all three of these ProblemAs which and traces not discernible many: under similar conditions employing -

undeterminable factors, and assuming these tissues are Annular to psychologists oning--an: think ability is based on a SCHUTT LOOKING FORWARD TO VERY sergeant and head of the labora I I other way; and instruments for,. about 690 people

that expenditures be tory. examining documents i "About twelve years ao Log
can those in human brains, the animals: law of mass action by the brain I i'j i
reduced to the predepressionlevel : offer means to a better understanding Murderer Confessed Messmer. 38, now works on Angeles came to the conclusion
of about $3.500,000,000 cells.! "Until Messmer came nine what cases he chooses, keeps his|I'' that tourists were all right in
a of this highest funetianI: j I The rats in Dr. Maier's\ labora- SUCCESSFUL SEASON AT CASA MARINA I
year. it still seems certain that I: of the human mind. The work at I tory solve problems much more years ago, we didn't have'anyone I I work secret, goes, deeper into i]I I,i their way bat did not spell.; any

Mr. Roosevelt must have in mind!' Michigan is directed by Norman intricate than the Iwastika-prob- I who really was enthusiastic about chemistry at the university this'steady' employment for its people.

spreading the payment of the accumulated -.1' :Maier, Ph.D., assistant professorof lems which the children cannot Peter Scbu t. last season's !thr city some time in November, the scientific end," Ragsdale I year, and sports sergeant's stripes,j I|: So the tourist nd. of Los Angeles -
debt over a very con- psychology.For awarded by civil service examinaI -I[: was diverted toward securing -
i touch at all. In these problemsthe ma..1 hotel and make says.What
the arrangements -
look
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siderable period of years. the problem of children anj rats learn four separate parts ager of the Hotel Casa over really won the depart-;I: tion this year. He has been called i'I j| factories. Just ten months

Other Point Raised rats, imagine a building shapedike :I of a route to food.Combinations. for getting the hos- ment over was solution of the''' to testify in a number of cases!'[: ago. the Los Angeles Times re-

Although he did not allude directly } a !Owastik '. It is nlajground ChangedThe looking forward to another successful Ulry in perfect condition for thewinter murder of Donnie Yates, a Negro I in smaller Kentucky cities. i j I i ported 4.138 factori in rAn-

to Mr. Roosevelt's proposal size. Its interior is four tunnels I routes are interchangeable; season this year. This an-: months. woman barber, in 1930, he ex 'I He has pointed the way to+i i geles Coanty.I .

to pay out under present;I crossing swastika fashion, so that I I so that even a human pedestrian He hopes that with na railroad plains. Larry Whitlow a Negro I solution of numerous crimes. AW|1 I I The plan herein Ci'lt'm.d does

tax rates it is obvious that Mr. child, or rat, can enter at any I might have to stop and think which I ticipatioi is expressed in letters: in operation faster ant better who had a fresh haircut, was arrested -1(iso i more than a score of persons i not eliminate tourist from coming -

Tloo\cr'" speech was based on a'! end and ,emerge at any other I corner to turn. Each day the com- to friends in Key West, which ferries will be, in service: betweenthe for the murder, but evidence -''have!I gone quietly free because! ;.i to Key West. In fact a partof

promise that this would not be'end.i bination is changed. That is, each Keys an.1 i that truck? will not was flimsy. Ragsdale had: Messmer's tests showed them innocent -!, this money can be used for

po ible. ,I i Children and rats are taught day a rat has to learn that his I I were recently ,received. I be permitted to go on the fcrrJes. hair found in the victim's clippers -'' I I apartments and greater attractions -

En f beyond this the former to find their way through the route today is different than the I LIE cites that. many persons failed compared under the microscope for them. I believe if our
President i Mr. Schutt indicates that practically with that of Whitlow. Cross' will this plan little
raises points of which one he previously solved. 1 tc get transportation vn I'le ferries I people give a
much: more undoubtedly will be J 1 By pure chance the rats should all of the visitors who were last year because of the I sections showed it was identical.I Fresh Shipment of I study I am sure it can release us

hear daring the- campaign. He : solve the problem 25 percent of i I it Key West last year and guests trucks, and did not complete ,the The evidence broke Whitlow. He' BABY FOODSJust 1 I from all OUT troubles Then Key

declares that much of the money the time, as there ale four possi- : at the hotel will again be here, trip to Key West. I confessed and received a life: West can take its place among the

dispensed bthis administration 1 $ ct\grt\tt'.s bilities. Due to the daily changng. -:I i and this season expect to bring In his opinion it would be a term. I' Received-All Flavor 'I I'GARDNER'S I I growing: cities of our country free

Vas been spent unwisely. wastefully awl tit sure they would solve less than 25 friends to enjoy what they declared good idea to make arrangements:. tires men's enthusiasm for scientific I and independent of all charity

and in violation of the Demo WHISKIES AND GINS percent by chance alone. Their was a winter of unsurpassed I to have heavy trucks transportedon crime detection took him offa PHARMACY;(I What do you think

cratie campaign promises of I actual solutions are 57 percent II delight and entertainment barges and the ferries used only, beat after a year with the de-:I I Phone 177 Free Delivery "Respectfully submitted for

1032 correct It is his intention to some to for automotiles. partment. For several years in ]I I your serious consUtetatina.. **

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Htp CTrst I Cttfectt I PUNISHING THE FEET ITS TRUE! By Wiley Padan ] mortira Banks opened es.19USeWftB..nt. for small home;

1 "T l TODAY'S WEATHER 11 11Teperate f
Published Dally Except Sunday By In one of his health articles Dr..Cope- .?X3&UP
TIM?, CITIZEN PfBUSUIAQ: CO. INCoL. ... ,- '
land discusses of and of ) auieHlestrike"
P, ABTMAX. Pr *lat i I' a. peculiarity men
I "/ the 1.000 miners
Plateau region and portions of
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JOB ALLEY Assistant D..I. Maaacer which manifests itself in the way .
From The Citizen Building Highest ..__.-....*._--....-.........8S the. northern Rockies and western threatening to commit auto .ile
Corner Greene,, and Ann Slrt"U in which they persist in punishing their Lowest ..._.. ................._.....___._78 Canada showers and thunderstorms agreed to cone ur to the sar:ac,',

feet. Mean ......._.........._,_,_.._._. .83
Only Dally Newspaper la Key West and Monroe While all other articles of wearing Normal Mean ._..,_..._.....__80 from Mississippi northeastward
County. to the interior of New York

Entered sU Key:: Weat. Florida as s-cond class matter apparel are supposed to fit the wearer, Rainfall'Yesterday's State and light local showers in

JrTY-SIXTIl YEIf shoes are generally: too small, because no nan'iu UiS) )tt 5aS 5V / Normal Precipitation.Precipitation... .20 T. Ins.Ins. southeastern and extreme north- 'I 111

....we .f the Associated. Press one likes to display big feet. The average tFiCDld 19ib'. tTAIT1D l1Ffss *1'MM rrcr" pets :r.4-c petted. eastern Florida. Temperatur..sI: 1
A RIadFIa M G1vi rT r.dl.R a' f*.Vlvch.. tale _wala&oTOIIJoorow.s
the Associated Press is exclusively entitled to. use person, will undergo the tortures of corns, a ,, WTHI a DAK 1D ItAr Ri have fallen somewhat below nor-
for Uieattda of all news dispatcher credited tot d noon Almanac
rcF;&
credited la this paper and also bunions and callouses of description i KTU? KH cnu MAC me MOAN mal in.the Lake region and upper I ,
: or not otherwise every Sunrises ...........___... 6:26. a. m.
-the local. news published here.'NATIONAL rather than wear shoes. of 'the proper'size Vim rMEATai VHK2H(jl, essas* TMTP c e*Wt .Sun sets _____m. ...n .. 5:59 p. V m. Ohio, Valley. but are above the I

EDITORIAL) 24 Wd AGO f Moon rises, ...........- 9i50 p. m. seasonal average in most other\I
: and shape. Q r11' ..._..__.___..___
ASSOCIATION ? E Moon-sets 11:03 a. m. sections: oil:e country this morning Hire This
JJ Dr. Copeland declares that many an AYLOR ; : owEl
w SUBSCRIPTION RATKSLrae aching- back, and many lame limbs are due KNIGHT } fAlO.'S bOll4NAIIEG A. I. {>.l\I.\ .er prevailing in the Plains States I ArmyOf

Tear .___._______.._____.._ '$10.01' to the wearing: of wrong shoes and adds: Ss TAP RE i1ERA High ____m.........__ 1:09 and eastern Rocky; Mountain region. -i

SIX three oi ttli----------__: _________ 6 S.M.00 "Your health depends on freedom from unnecessary O 1 N dQ1NC Fp1 AUR MG Low .................__.. 6:49 5i41llarometer : j "Salesmen"THEY'RE
One Month -. ... .8$ poIeo ,p1AI 8, a. tq,. today O. S. KENNEDY !I
Weekly __ .. .20 aches and pains. You: cannot DEGAU I' Sea level 29.96.WEATHEK : Officer in Charge |iI THE ADVERTISING -
ADVEHTUIXG RA.XCS afford to exhaust your reserve stock of dsou ti:,, ; 1# -vurNU+E jI I COLUMNSof
Mad known on application. nerve energy. That is what you do when w_* AS NER GOOD VASGrG'WEORNI& FORECASTTill I .,' ...," ,.,.. ...... !

All reading: notices SPECIAL, cards JVOTIC\of... .1 resolatlens of I, you have badly fitting shoes." ewuw ( 8 p. m., Wednesday), "Today In. History' -

respect' obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at A man is proud of the fact if he wearsa :' Key W..st'and Vicinity: Mostly ssesss................... ';
tfa*Notices rate of.for 10.entertainments ceata a line. by churches from which number seven and a half hat, but tries to tedSED lOUG.Q.a cloudy with occasional showers 1789 President Washington' The Key West
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a. revenue Is to be derived arc =5 cents a line. I NCI,
The Citizen la an open forn ai.'1 Invites discussion force his number eleven foot into a number tt'- sin DURING Fue+G A STA.iE'tfAVS // /v tI left New York City then capital
of public issues and subjects of local or general V r.- R bea / : for historic: month's tour of New CitizenThey'll
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi nine shoe. As to the1 ladies, it is said InO Dwr NVOEDONKew .= J -F &
1J
cations. Bu L. : !l England.
that some manufacturers mark their hoes BS G6 eoMM.'ooAHeaO .V I ., I take your messageto

one number smaller than they really are, in : '\ 1812-Napoleon's legions began) every home in the city

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST: an effort to encourage the wearing of com- i 1 fA@N CENia wo +lflJdu iti it///: .. \ retreat .from ill-fated Russian adventure and SELL 'E >1.e your wares

ADVOCATED. THE CITIZEN fortable footwear, while pleasing the fair syxlwco -- t Jt I or services., ,
i t 4 Ib ri
-. customer's vanity. '" t i. 1894 Captain Dreyfus of I
"IT'S.TRUE! that France Langford's career took its first I,' {, ..l France arrested for treason. PHONE 5V
]. Water, and Sewerage. when after throat illness she discovered : "'
SUCKERS JN..A KOW'Lottery forward swing five.yeara..aiO a J y".l I I I
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2. Bridges to complete Road to Mainland '-. .ri that her soprano.voice had changed tocontralto," says, 'I"Mostly_ Cloudy Showers .i! 1914-Historic Clayton Anti--1 The Citizen
artist Wiley.Padan.. "It was this 'new' voice, that brought her
.. tickets, continue to slip into Trust Act passed: by CongresLt
success pa the air and earned her the title of'contralto crooner': and Wednesday: ; model"I I
4. Pre Port. this country despite every effort of gov- The petite,raven-hairedsinger of'Broadway Melody of 1936' ale northeast and east winds., ,t I 1932-12 Federal Home Loan

ernment agents. fo.<, prevent their distribu- made her professional debut on Rudy Vallee's radio hour" I Florida: Mostly cloudy, scattered -I ..
4. Hotels and Aparonents. -- --- -----
showers! in south portion
tion: to the gulllole i who. buy them in the -
d-; ; east coast tonight and J
5. Bathing Pavilion. "
hope of acquiring a'suddentfortune only to I ea..e..5 5 eee 5555 e.. Wednesday. '

6. Airports-Land and Sea. discover,. a. whiff;'afterwards, that. they KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdays I Jacksonville to Florida Straits;
7. Consolidation County and City I Moderate northeasterly wind pos-
Governments. were fake tickets.Treasury DAYS GONE BY'lIappeDi.c& ..".,'.eee, ,..".... .. ,.", sibly becoming fresh over ex-

agents recently seized a r George F. Johnson of Endicott I treme north portion; weather; most- CONSULT. YOUR BANKER
,. Her, Jut 10 Years
trunk packed with spurious French pasteboards .N, Y., shoe manufacturer noted ly overcast tonight and Wednes
Ago Today A..Taku\ From.
It is a good thing for the Tigers that which if sold, would have broughtthe The Files.Of The,Citizen_ for his liberal labor policy, born day with scattered showers., ,
at Milford. Mass., 78 years ago. East Gulf: Moderate northeast ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
sellers $100,000 and that they would
l
they didn't wait until the Cubs grew up. erly winds except easterly over:
have been sold if they had gotten into the A record balloon flight was I Admiral William S. Sims, U. S. extreme: south portion; weather; .

The Italo-Ethiopian war will not last country, there is little doubt as,most.Americans made yesterday by the Key West N.,, retired of Newport. R. L. partly overcast tonight; sail Wednesday

long. The rainy season starts in less than will gamble on long shorts to win. weather bureau. The balloon was born,at Port Hope Canada, 77 possibly. showers over:
released for purposes of mete- south portion
three months. It is said that Americans purchase orological observation. If left the years ago.William

around $20,000,000 worth of sweepstakes station the at observer 8.02 a. at m,,the and theodolite watchedby D. Upshaw of Atlanta WEATHER CONDITIONSA The first> National Bank, ot s KeyVest\ .

Gangway for the seventy-fifth Con- tickets annually, with about one fourth of Ga., ex-congressman, prohibi-
until its elevation was approxi-: is.
strong high pressure area
gress.-Times-Union. Why the early and the. tickets being counterfeit. Once in a mately 17 6 miles above the earth.i tion leader born at Newman: Ga., crested this morning over eastern

cruel reminder. while, somebody wins a, few thousands of The ballon was lost to view when 69 years. ago. Canada, Cochrane. Ontario. 30.50. Member of the Federal. Reserve

it disappeared behind a cloud and inches. and pressure is, high over:
dollars and that sets the suckers in a row, Ernest C. Peixotto, artist, illustrator -
was approximately 92,421 feet. I most sections of the country from
North Florida, a-cording to reports, i ready to take the chances. Leaving the earth the temperaturewas and author, born in San Mississippi\ ; Valley eastward, ;
will fight the opponents of the Cross-State: 82. If the temperature drop- Francisco 66 years ago. I while the western disturbance has Deposits!Insured by Federal, Deposit Insurance

ped one degree each, 300 feet, the moved eastward to the Rocky
canal to the last ditch.The'query .
TWO-JOB MEN IN COURT Dr. Elmer Drew Merrill, noted Corporation
ballon was surrounded by a : Mountain States Williston, N.
botanist, just called to head Harvard's I'
temperature of 227 degrees when I !> 29.4 inches, and Salt Lake
Tribune .. .. ?
(Tampa > .o.- '-4. : _botanical department, bornat '
Is "my" hat.on"str light? disappeared.. City Utah 29.50 inches. Rains
is not being used any more. Feminine "Three members of the Legislature who are I ago.East Auburn, Maine, 59 years have been general during, the last r

among number, holding other state jobs: are to The U. S. S. Cleveland, com-' 24 hours in the"Pacific: States.J
chateaux are not worn that way now- '
? manded by Captain J. D. Wain- ... .. .. --- .-.--
have their right to the double tenure tested in the Arthur B. Reeve of Trenton, N. -- --" --'. --- -'-.- -
adays. wright, with more than 300 men
J- novelist born
popular at
courts. Attorney Walden, of Sarasota acting on
on board arrived yestesday from Patchogue, N. Y.,. 55 years ago.
The civilization of*this nation can be his own motion has gone directly to the Attorney- Boston. The ship is a unit in the I

General with warranto proceedings holdingthat special service squadron and has Most Rev. William Temple
quo. :
gauged by the fact that people spent 'times.,
been in this port, many ; Archbishop of York, England
three of these legislators are violating the
around a million" dollars, to see Baer: and, Most off the officers and men are'born 54 years.ago. PAINT UP
Luis fight it out.Speaking Constitution., known here and have many!
The three involved are Senator Futch. of friends. On leaving here the!' Pelham G. Wodehouse, famed

Leesburg,'Representative McKinney\ of Cross City Cleveland will proceed to South//}English humorist and author,
of ichthyology, we see America for, winter born 54 years,ago.
and Representative Kennedy of Eustis. These I
where another name for the long horned
gentlemen were members of the 1935 Legislature The people's Store, corner of I stories of historic interest relativeto
sculpin, sometimes,known as a hacklehead, Sherwin Williams ProductZilo
Duval and Southard streets, an-! Use ZILQmA
Key West and Cuba during the
able still
and in the view of lawyers:, are members
ia Myexocephalus octodecimspinosus. But flounces in this issue of The Citizen ride. Cuban Consul Domingo Mi-
until their successors are elected and qualified. its.closing out sale. Frank
personally we always preferred mullet.fjmford .- lord, will accompany the scouts.
Herald. Senator Futch shortly after adjournment of the Holtsberg proprietor, assures his

Legislature, stepped into a job as attorney for the leaving friends Key and West customers, but:the he is build-not ren Mr.announce and Mrs the, Thomas engagement K. War of is, a,Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated

Governor Sholtz wired John D. Rockefeller Racing Commission; Representative McKinney was ing has been sold and he must their daughter Rosalie Lois to -Contains Substitutes. Can be used Inside; or; Outside.... .

asking the aging financier to establish -, appointed Assistant State Attorney; Representative seek other quarters. Everything is George Henry Garthside. No definite
to be sold Mr. Holtsberg said. ,
,
waJiaggointed Executive Secretaryof date.has been set for the
his home in Florida Kennedy TJ
permanently
.
wedding. ,
'A POtND CAN OP ZILO MAKES ABOUT
the Game and fresh Water Fish Commission
and at the same time advised him that this The Gomez and Garcia Realty .

state had neither income .ior inheritance The offices held Mv MbKlnney and Kennedy were company announces the purchaseof The two large busses which V NINE QUARTS OF PAINT

taxes,on its statutes. Undoubtedly John I created, by the 1935; Leg platl6e;; in which they the at the.old corner John T.of Sawyerrproperjty Front anal wire Electric ordered company by have the arrived Key West and :.Q 00 r

D. knew all this, but a reminder might I were serving as members.: Constitution specifically ? Fitzpatrick streets from T. J. will be placed in service at once.

cause him to consider tine: invitation, and prohibits' the h2Jli 1: lSsJtXtATy member the Curry and R. E. ,Gernaey. It is',They are to be used for trans 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50:
the intention of the new owners to
Legislature of an office which is created or the porting school children The new :
possibly accept. install the Gomez Bottling Worb.now. ,
vehicles large and
are
emoluments of which are increased by the Legislature operating at 719 Duval' roomy. 5{! Quarts Linseed Oil costs. 1.45'MAKES

Cuba is very much interested in Key in which that member serves.. The fact in streets. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c

West for here was the cradle of Cuban in-' these two cases evidently establish beyond question Beautiful South-Beach was the weekly.

dependence. It is natural that our Latin the unconstitutionality of the incumbency of scene of a brilliant event yester- UarkMMUIe'a Leading Hetef $4.95

neighbor feels a degree of gratitude to the these two legislators in the additional offices theyare day afternoon when. Florence THE: SEMINOLE

island city, and is desirous for her: success. now holding. In the case of Senator Futch, friends Louise Dillon celebrated with her many fifth of birth her

Cuba desires the rebuilding. the railroad. the Sarasota attorney claims that he is violating day anniversary. :Mr. and Mrs.] PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST

and may apply "sanctions" if her wishesare another section of the Constitution which providesthat Cleveland Dillon parents of "Flo

ignored. She can do this very con- no person holding a lucrative office under the joined rence and in making, many of the their afternoon.friends a, wc Ar tith. 55c, per quart $2.20 per gallon

veniently by routing her exports via the federal or, state government shall be eligible to happy: one. Games were; j playedand tidJackee.ville

Sea Train to New Orleans. She can also membership in the Legislature, and that therefore Juliette Russell won first

make it more desirable to have the imports he must vacate one of his two offices. prize while the second was awerded -
to Ellie Rae Gwynn. There: I Can You Equal This. Low
The that in the event
states
routed through other; ports. Sarasota attorney were more. than 125 guests at the!
the Attorney-General refuses to permit the quo 'party: i FI.rl.a
CULL! D. CaiXER. Mjfoacrv.;, I Cost Anywhere?
Venturing the belief Florida. East warranto proceedings to be brought in his name Editorial comment- : Rememberthat I A human, home-tike Institution

Coast railway will abandon its rails to, Key the case will be taken directly into court, asking; every dollar spent here will where mtl rt yon and will*.find tert f l..mt e..l t. UMMlf a matter -

West because of inability to repair expensive an injunction to stop the salaries of the three officeholders help to promote the prosperity of of, Kfeal Importance! ,.

.storm; damage the St. Petersburg Tri- named.It Key West as a whole and that -oA Remember.We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cement,* Screens, ,

is well that this whatever promotes prosperity will .teel tlrepr.ef building 1...... Doors yiodowsr-in! \ fact,.Any thing you.need to Build,or.Repair..
bune says: "The best thing that can hap- question to be broughtinto wither directly! : or, Indirectly bene- J ta the mare .f ue:ety. .

pen is for the government to take over the court because the practice of-appointing members fit your line of business. .

roadbed for the motor highway to Key of the Legislature to other state offices is one and Every Shower Room,Bath with Combination Radio. Electric Tub
Mr. and Airs.. Hilton Curry an- for Summer
Slat Door
Ceiling: Fan
West ." Taking over the railbed for a I apt to become an intolerable abuse of political nounce the birth of a 9% pound Ventilation Comfortable Beds: with

highway probably would be "the next best power.. These jobs given to legislators are: na* I II daughter in. their: home 306 William Mattresses and ot Inner Individual Spring: Read-Construction -

thing," but without,rails to help it func- I I turally. viewed as rewards for service rendered in I street at 10:30 o'clock this tag Laropa. 5e1tk} Florida. Contracting: &. Engineering Co.
Mother and baby are 1LA'I'Ra- I ,
tion as the farthest south, deep water ter- the Legislature. The prohibitions in the Constitution : morning.

nuual. the Island City -would, become dependent !' were put. there for,.the purpose of pre- i doing nicely. .R.s.... Private ...... __sl.gieya. 11. 0: P6cc1598.: White: and Et'za, Street.
8*,Bee..., Private, Bay,_ sa
'1 largely upon tourists-u once-a-,:,1 venting rich rewards, II they are being violated! Visiting Boy Scontawitt be .4* ..*.., Private Bath 3.50 1 "Your home 1&tQrWTOftIG best"
of. the Tag .24 Rew,' Private Bath ---lI 330 (
year crop that leaves slim pickings eigh* it '.. the duty of the courts to interest and reassert guest Bayspring this the.afternoon.navy.on Captain 1*.....w __.., Private FOB Bath UOCBLBOCCCTAXCX. ..... ...
SLIGHT IXCBKAIK
months in the year.-Miami i Daily News. i them and to stop their violation." .. Thomas James.wul,ten.,th boy: << ;.." !
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:. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1935.. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAt-E THTJSS

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at AaUwnt, Mass. Died in San

I) -r MORNING STAR CLASSIFIED I Today's Francisco, Aug. It, 185.

="" ...... BY MAZZAN 2SMBarVOP67a Anniversariese..eCsCe..ee.5 1844-Friedrtrt W. Ntetsscke.

I ...., COLlfKN German philosopher, born. Died
: Bona.e AGe :
alone and during, the drive tried
dscided to, dtvoro JUr tuttotuhKO, SPORTS i i.eee..ee..eeee 1 Aug. 26, 1999.
.tiaty conventional htuband Edict. very hard to be gay and casual lIe I'I :
tftMxpccMdljr. $;d out esversea went with her to. the train and at 1818-Irvin McDowell. West 1847-Kaiph A. "elock New
earlier cour., admit ExtJy i* I Ir I Advertisements. under this head] .
ri offer lo Aclp a* out Jk. eta ButSwtUy for a long time wordlessly. Then I will be inserted m The Citizen at genius
want to get away from fcer.komctoie < I I most esteemed Union officers at wM recogmaed only after
he smiled. the rate of Ic word for each insertion -
and arrange (Act after a being broken by
he
,. beginning of Civil War born at hardships, was
'
*' Asa. faced. tin music' for a, Have a good time. Mick.: Have a : I ,.but? the minimum for the confined to an iasaa. born
week, ka "'1;; oo to visit a, coj- I Columbus O. Died May 4, 1885. asylum
good and
time -raise hell!
JroHen*. at Morton Ball kertation < !'n New York
first insertion in. every instance is City. Died Aug. ff,
farther fouth in Ala She j
& laughed unsteadily. If you J
1919.
could"only-raise a little hell yourself BUSY BEES DOWN i if I SCHOOL i I f, 25c. 1830-Helen Hunt Jackson,
for classified: advertisements -
Payment 181-GOTKC Foot Moore, Obit
>>
2. I.
Chapter 36 He shook his head ruefully. "I'm i I is invariably in advance Newport, and Colorado Presbyterian clergyman. Andover

HOME TOWN TALK too old for It now." f LOPEZ IN INITIAL DOWNS, !! I I" but regular advertisers with ledger Springs poet and novelist, friend I professor, Har.anCs noted the-
of the Indians author
T VEN EUton. alter twenty-five .! accounts 'have their advertise of the famous ologian and writer, born at West
> fORTON HALL less than may
M.. years had its capacity for IUJ'oPriaeL \' was j I novel "Ramona, 1884 born Chester, Pa. Died May 16. 1931.
*. forty miles from Carrollton GAME OF SERIESBAKER ments charged.

Dorothy Shane relayed the but !In the opposite direction from, SOCIAt'u.uUE; : ; ,CAME Advertisers should give their I I 1- -- ---

verdict In her the black Inevitable eyes. twinkle lurking Montgomery. Emily was glad of ED YESTERDAY' i! street address as well as their telephone S......a..............e e....e......a....e...a ee -
that; the sight of the railway station '
desire
number if they
Believe It.or not you've becomea alone quickened her heart and HIT BY BALL IN SECOND IN.SCORE OF 13 TO | :: suits

heroine over night she.hated to think what close pro%.. INNING AND RETIRED !!i t With eacb classified re-I' FOR SALE
Emily who was packing for the Imlty.to Carrollton Itself would have I }
visit to Judith shook her head so done. FROM CAME WITH BAD CUT I It' }I ment The Citizen will give free an

berly. "Heavea.forbid." There was a,cat waiting as there, (By JOVE) '. Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask forit. I e

"But you have.Dorothy insisted, had been..so. long ago and she gave, FOREHEAD In the Social League t' I ,

Now that it has happened t. can herself UD during. the, drive to School;(;; ten defeated the i I! FOR' RENT I .. s { l a

come clean and tell yon that everybody remembering ( I I leading Lighthouse crew J:r I Jrn. /fa i1c
in It was queer-the fascination, of (By JOVE) 1! .a
town wondered how you score of 13 to 9, in a ,f I TWO. AND FIVE' ROOM FURNISHED -,, '
,
i this Blacks Belt. Cities and i.
stood it aa long as yon did. towns The Busy Bee Bakers defeatedthe I II Con-,
APARTMENT
were. more or- les :alike the world ed yesterday afternoon. '
She faced Dorothy almost defiant ; tel )I j : ., Eliza-'
i 519
Funeral Home ,, last venieaces po1ch es.
but- life Lopez
over in this courjtry was_ It was a. ball game for'
ly. 1 can't bear for
people to feel : beth street. Apply 523 South-
that about him! He's been de-. static you bad a sense of- having; j five innings bet the :
way night in the first of the three- ard street, sept4* 1
stepped back. Into thepages of his a1.S
center about it ,J U than anybodyon j put too much gas in one :|i! I
earth could have been. And he's tory.Negroes game series these clubs are playing i buoys-and blew up and I!! : !
gotten times as many good traits as :;; everywhere ( seven j scored four runs- i j]I FOR SALE. ,
negroes to, the white., hadn't David at Bayview: Park.. The final j j gang
111 ever have. If that's the waythey're said?). Squalid, dusty little towns to put the game on ice. ;j;j I j' PERSONAL CARTJS-.lOa( printed
going to feel III i i
never get score was 8 to 3. I B. Pinder hit four : I
([David had told her Innumerable I
over It;; I'd much, rather they'd put four times A. I!]I j J cards $1.25. The Artman I,
:
the blame where it belongs on amusing incidents about these little'towDS The Funeral Homers scored up. .''; I Press auC'l1 1
). three safely. Stanley and .
me!" sandy Dy-roaoa, along which snur- their: ,f irst I.:''rtlp t 'of.J the game m the 'j j j jfifth dona hit for the circuit :j I i I I .,: FUR SAtE-b.I Ii

Dorothy sobered quickly. "I think fling oxen dragged home-made car,!. $.!ftiing. vfien Kerr singled In the field, .Ja>cocks OLD PAPERS
J
i iI i[
they pf-obably understand that i I I t i bundles for 5c:. The Citizen Of.I II f
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Acres and acres of cotton fields Nelson played a good t I
: '
I to center went to second l on a )bad I I II f
everybody knows that Edwin's character occasional enormous plantations the School boys. For the i I'I'I. j fice. octl 1 tit q tl +
a'I I tl
..ts'above reproach... But they some well kept others in the last I thro' by;:' Higgs and, scored on lads Lewis, Matthews ]I I 1G .. tlI
know too that he needs a nice little stages of decay. single"to left by Howard. I Rodriguez played well I. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.i I jI

doormat" like Lucy Barnes for his She wondered about the fate of In. "the sixth frame, the Embalraeref Score by innings: R. ; I The Artman Press. augT _.. I
wife. -
Carrollton since the passing of the, and the i : ;.1'.; '
-1 defense ,blew up High School- 1 1 t I I ,' .
"That's perfectly tree* Emily old regime: some Northern capital-. i bakers scored four runsenoughto 303 030 4-13 PRINTING-Quality, Printing at J'r: t' .A. a. ..
confessed. It weren't and I didn't st, Judith said had bought It for a the' contest. I I :.:, the Lowest Prices. The Art -1 '''' .$;W- ; "
t\a\ ,
.. Lighthouse- :
know that rd actually be hurting "lodge. Probably his wife consid- Press. augT -:-- "
In. that canto., him. I'd be tempted to back to ered it "quaintADd "- -. '"
go I II '-- -
I Hale laid do-vn a bunt and'GopI .. tit: .- '
and- .. .
him." then. Just at sunset the carturned Batteries: B. Pinder I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 .of ," .. '.... .
her, playing third, threw wide to son F. Stickney and I. I( h. I
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Dorothy almost snorted. "Hot! If into a long winding driveway I The I Iaug'l "
scored. Acevedq sheets; 76c:. Artman Press
first and Castro
This makes the league a j.1
you dissolve Into sentimentality at the end.of,which stood Morton I
went out second to first. Albury tie first i
for place.
halt
way
when;you've gotten this far 111 never
Judith burst through the bunted and Sterling dropped the has won a game and each I
come near ;you again! Edwin I. open
ball and then threw wide to third. I I WANTED
much surer of coming out unscathed doorway and charged down the a game; I
than yon: nobody can pierce thatarmor steps. They clung togther for a Ward hit to third and again I This afternoon the Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
of complacency for long. moment without speaking then Gopher missed the balL Sweeting ten will meet the Bayview I WANTED dhanee to bid on I
Judith overflowed singled to short. Higgs doubled : outfit. I! : : : your next, printing order. The street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
That '
was true. Perhaps he bad already
"That I should live to see this to right! and when the dust clear Artman Press ang7 I of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
his
regretted of the
generosity .
past week; had already clothed bin- day! (Gus those bags belong !In the ed off the field, four Bakers had SEES ONLY ONE !(I For price and terms apply to
Subscribe The Ci1izen-20e
south
guest room.) I couldn't get to crossed the plate ,
self In the mantle of martyrdom.She .
snapped the lock on her trunk the station and rTe been holding my In the seventh frame the Bee- ASHEVILLE N. C.- i I,, weekly. ,
breath for half an hour." She held '
and turned her attention to a dressing men added three more runs on Teague, 56-year-old L P. ARTMAN,
j
Emily off and surveyed her critical-. MONROE THEATER
case. three errors and two hits. this city, has seen only
ly "Ton haven't broken much.
"Anyhow I hope youll let It be Emily laughed and A walk, a wild pitch: and an- lion picture in his life a ,: Elissa, Landi-Paul Cavanah in. The Citizen Officeor
wiped her
known that I don't appreciate being eyes. "Neither have you. And I don't other error by Gopher gave the,. starring the late Will i WITHOUT REGRET
a heroine. My head Is covered with Doughmen they last run in the j -alsoNICHT -
believe you've got a child: I thought I I
ashes and I don't care who knows eighthjnning.The Joshua Reynolds. painter !j ALARMMatinee .
people always got fat and matronly ; Residence 1309 Whitehead Street

It" lookln ." Judith, was as radiant as I Funeral Homers added two' wig van Beethoven : Balcony lOcI Orelietr.j *-

Dorothy looked keenlyat "her. ever and as slim as a sword. more runs to their score in the I" and Thomas A. Edison I 15-20.0, NixJitt} 15-25c ................e.e.eee..se.e..eesese...........
"Are you regretting this thing? I "Not always: thank heaven! 'Ju- same frame. H. Gates doubledto are among the great who I ,
She shook her head decidedly.Heavens - -- ---- ---
dith laughed and led the way. into. left Sawyer singled to sec- almost'or entirely deaf.
no! I feel as if I'd Just the house. I
ond and Lunn hit a single to
finished a sentence in jail But 1 hate
Morton bail Emily realized WAS center. Gopher hit the ball to by a ball but not as
buying freedom at such a price.
as fine a house of Its type as Carrollton third and Albury made an error Baker's.
Dorothy lit a dgaret.You haveto .A wide stairway with all the and the Embalmers scored two Score by innings: R,
for
a big price anything
pay you
want very badly. Now that you've sweep and grace of a perfect sentence Busy Bee 000 004 310-8 FIRM'S
runs.At
richly carved
paid It. for God's sale'remember ng-room: mantels: a din- bat this leaders were: II. Lopez ,. 000 010 020-3

Lot's wife and quit looking back. appropriately paneled In Gates with a double and a sin- Batteries: Ward and ;
hunting scenes: that much she
What's the little poem: *Look up a glance.: sawn gle in four: times up;, Sweetingand A. Lunn andIngraham.Summary .

and not down; look forward and Then her Castro, each with two safeties : Errors:
eye fe! upon Davc:;,
not back'She grinned Impishly. grinning amiably at her from a coop in four tries. I II' 'I Baker. Cates. Ingraham, i"j"j o Rush' Tft( Give You Service-Patronize Them
Emily threw a cushion at her on the living-room floor. In the field the outstanding McCarthy Sawyer Hale

which went wild and knocked off a She, went straight to him, laughIng were: Kerr, Castro, Sweet- bury, Higgs, Barcelo; two

lampshade., as she went. Davey had evidently I' and GabrieL hits: Bethel and H. Gates;
Darn yon!" She held'up an evening Just dined because his face Cheta Baker was hit in 'theI bases: Albury and Bethel;

dress of Ice-green taffeta. "1 was almost entirely! covered with a I forehead by Sweeting in the second play: Cates to Sterling to

wasn't taking this but -" 1 don't lurid coating of Jam. In one hand he inning and had to retire from ham; left on bases: Star American Coffee ROSE&. TIFT'SCASH

know.What do ;you think held a toy dog and,in.the. other an the game. He received: a bad Lopez 8; earned runs: ;
The grin persisted. "Of course rd Has taste sad that
as yet unopened package ot clg- gash. time of : 1:15; umpires a aroma
game
take it. Ton may not need It. butIt's FLORAL PIECES ASPECIALTY
well to be prepared for arets.Don't Hale and Gates. also were hit tro and Gonzalez. onjy. found, n good coffee GROCERY
any get near him. Judith advised
.
eventuality. 'Look forward. and
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"until he's been fumigated. -
not'-" ., 1tecaaae it's, blended in 1101 Division Street
Of course it's my cue to run and
Emily laughed helpelssly and his .I.1'.I".I'.I'4'4'.I",4r.l'.I"I.ATI'I.4'I. Key,, Weal.
wipe
nose (why do mothers always {
reache for another! pillow. Dorothy wipe their children's noses PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

lung upa shielding arm. when anybody notices them?) and LARGO ttx, 18c;

"I think rd bettei go home. say: 1 hate for you to see him look-' V & S. Ib 15c.
,
Your SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
Please don't.she 0"Make
begged.Wlthal110ur log like this!' Only 1 can't say it. : Paper Pay

faults. I love you.- because he always1 looks like,this GroceriesComplete

by the time you get him dressed STAR CtWFEE..MJLL.

THE train connection to Binning- Davey smiled broadly and bit off' 512 Greene Street. NURSERY Line Fresh
was Jeffrey You Dividends! i
very poor. a corner of the cigaret package.
pointed out. and he had planned a Emily saw with a tightening of herthroat Phone 756 PHONE Fruits Vegetables
business trip there In the Immediate 59T
that he had the Impish, vivid
future: there was no reaaoa why he blue eyes of the other David.: *j ".) ..uo"G! f
couldn't go Wednesday as well as She picked him up eagerly and 1

any other day and William. could thrilled to the feeling. ot his heavy, Money Saving Prices READ--. HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
drive them both down vibrant little body. INSURANCE

Frances looked both resigned and "I don't care what he looks like I .n : : THE KEY WEST
skeptical and Emily beamed upon he's a lamb.Won't this cigaret paper ;

him. disagree with him! ,?" Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers i Office: 319 Daval Street -
"I'd love It-for t .
your company "Heavens no: he's omnivorous /
store than for the convenience She tie's in that charming contraptionnow closely for special savings on l lS SUNDAY. STAR

turned quickly to Frances lest because I caught him yesterday
Make
household necessities. your paper pay ; TELEPHONE N0.1SabscriPtiun
Frances feel s1ghled.Isn't there
eating all the cheese off the rat-
shopping to do. dividends. The most interesting; news in $2 Per Tear
i some you, ought i traps and I didn't dare leave him on S

Mother the loose again. When things get I \: paper today is the advertising where you Key West's Only -TiE- Try Year M.*U At
Sunday
Frances shook her head. The dull or his dinner's late he picks out
drive she felt was a little too reminiscent pieces of his rubber pants and eats save, many dollars on the family budget Paper Delmonico Restaurant

of a funeral procession: she 'em." patronizing those merchants who advertise : PORTERALLENCOMPANY

preferred not to witness this symbolic Davey eyed Emily. critically: and goods. Business Office Citizen BadweiMr B*.r ______ lye

breaking with everything. she then offered her the package elcigarets. : Building
Sis Co,r... Diane* ______
had always held sacred and Irrevoc She took It gravely.
PHONE 51 ... SOc 75c and 85.
.
able. "Thank you.C'opvrigltf. ." S THESE PRICES-ARE BRINGING THE ; -------

"I think not my dear. 1 have a ( ItfS, &*.Maria. Sim)
Board meeting Wednesday and 111nav OF LIVING.DQWNTO THE LEVEL OF I

to be here for that
BODY'SPURSE.. I
Judith make big tomor.
And so Emily and Jeffrey went row.its plan Our Reputation is Wrap PRITCHARD

-- -* __ ,_n ____ JENNIE DE BOER

BELGIUM'S PROFITS" I'. gold stock Belgian, in terms franc.of the depredated A merchant who advertises his j! ped in every package FUNERAL HOME .

IN REVALUED GOLD j The money; has been held for charged a customer 20 cents for_ : an, article that of

COMBAT DISTRESS| emergency use in supporting the I I non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.Why : PRINTINGDONE D1j.II.4 SyapatMtic- -

'I market in Belgian francs and this big difference?
stat debentures but is G.re.q
(Br Anwrltr4 Prrm.) i now eon, BY US
BRUSSELS Oct. 15.-Belgium sidered available for direct re- NOTARY PUBLIC

will Bet patronizing the merchants who LICENSED EMBALMEB
spend 100000.000 within; I By

three years to combat unemployment -j I! Working camps for unemployed their prices frankly and openly each week I -THE-.
youths ill resemble those of Anverica's '
through a program of pub-|! CCC. Several camps al- I help to KEEP OLD HIGH,COST OF UVING ART'II A JJ Pir A-w.Senice -

lic works working camps and ready operating under supervisionof OF KEY WEST. .

credit assistance to young mar the Catholic church and the socialist Citizen BIJg.PHOHE LADT ATTENDANT Citizen Office :

party will be taken over .
ried couples. : ftl
by the government. Make your paper pay yeu dividends Pbo.e 54S N.v.. sleep ;
The funds represent the bene- To stimulate marriage it is dr I

fit derived by the National Bank planned to arrange long term I II

$>f Belgium from revaluation! of credits for furniture., _______ .












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OPPOSE USE OF'SLINGSHOTS Madame Maria Jcritza HOSPITAL HEAD SUFFERS-INJURY [WPA LABORERS FERRY ESTRADA be installed by engineers and

PERSONAL MENTION J.l I SETTLE TROUBLE I I craftsmen of the railroad.
BELOIT, WIs.: -After wentto

BY SERVES 24 YEARS I 55 .55.5 ..5 5..155 5.5 sleep while studying acollege, STARTED TODAY PALMA LEAVESVESSEL After the apron la placed and
student fell from his chair and the cars unloaded, the ferry is to

LOCALYOUTHS z AT INSTITUTIONMARIA Mrs. Mary Albury and mother suffered a fractured shoulder. (Continued from Page One) I I return for other rolling stock and

left on the Florida this morningfor for cities of this size, giving Key I' equipment in the yards at Key

a visit with relatives in Cuba. morning on the Florida from Miami !i- West workers the highest rate of TAKES EQUIPMENTTO I' West.A. .

GUTSENS PRESENTED for a visit with rela vJ:'. pay of any city in Florida for its I PORT EVERGLADES I R. Miller, superintendent of
PROTEST ALSO MADE RELATIVE
Cuban Consul Berardo Rod- size, and that the district office: the P. and O. S. S. company wenton
riguez and Mrs. Rodriguez who II. :Stewart Leonard, adjutant FLORIDA
WITH VOLUNTARY
CONTRI-
the vessel to the
TO TRAPPING BIRDS; had nothing to do with hours and supervise
women's wffi ins
of
were in Havana for a few days, 'supervisor i work of placing the and to
MAYOR. TO USE EFFORTS TO' BUTION BY CUBAN COMMIS. returned on the Steamship Cuba I assistant super.!Lor of professional days worked by the men since I attend to other matters apron in connection -

I SION yesterday.Mr. .. and service! projects: WrA. those were things set up in Jack! Ferry Estrada Palma sailed] with establishing the servo
SUPPRESS PRACTICE .. .. who vacation in !
spending
,was a :
!:- sonville. Tho matter of fees for 10:39 o'clock last night for Port ice.
the: sta.."., returned this nurninjr
and Mrs. 'SalomJ Hernan I cashing checks is a "problem be-
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accompanied fcr J/rs. 1.treard.Charles I II Everglades, florid, to complete
Ruthless of birds and October 10r anniversary; of "El dez were passengers on the Florida I '. tween the men and the businessmen (
trapping preparations for the service to be
of slingshots is the subject ofa Grito de Yrra," was also the anniversary this! morning for Havana I of the city" he.said. i cttecEsMALARIA[
use
where will while with Curry was a passenger established between that port and 6 6 6
letter received by :Mayor \\1n.H. of Maria Gutsens' accession they spend a on the Cuba last night for Start of Trouble I I.
3 Jy
Malone this morning from the to the posiition of matronof relatives. :.. I Tampa where he goes to accepta First evidences of dissatisfaction -I Havana I ISaln

secretary of a local organization I Mercedes Hospital in Key position with the American Can were seen this morning when I The vessel carried 18 cars, Pullman COLDS
West. Mrs. Rosinda Ginart who and F. E. C. water and l.iq.i1 r.....
,
composed principally of women. ar- company. the men began leaving projects in cars
The letter sets forth that boys 1 For the past 24 years, Mrs. rived last week by plane from Miami different sections of the city the I the 90 ton ferry apron which will line( Dnp first **T.

are continually seen using these Gutsens has handled the affairs and spent a few days with I J. M.\ Varela, Jr., left on the boulevard and the golf course.I TONIC W LAXATIVE

slingshots. Missiles; catapulted j of this sanctuary for the ill and relatives, left this morning on the Cuba last night sailing for Tampa Later they assembled at Bayview Ian d three Negroes were confer

from these semi-deadly weapons MADAME I JERITZA'S voice will : invalided who are without means, Florida foe Havana. I I where they will spend a ,while Park. ring with Director Gilfond. BENJAMIN LOPEZ

are heard striking houses and window up over short wave I I(and has managed to carry on in with relatives. Here grievances were discussedand I Shortly after the conferencewas FUNERAL HOME
the latter from Vienna when, accompanied | the face of desperte conditions in session the I
of
glasses and many I I Mrs. Willard M. Albury who a committee appointed to vis- protestants t i
broken. by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. ,I and almost impassable. obstacles, Isadore Aronovitz arrived on several hundred Serving Key West
have been has been in Philadelphia: '1 it headquarters and take up the strong appeared
she is heard by American audiences it is pointed out. an'I the Florida this morning' from Miami I Half Ceatury
It is pointed out in the letter operation and remained for several matters with Director Gil- on Eaton street opposite headquarters -I
sev-
in the initial performance of a series I In consideration of her unswer- for a visit with relatives. I and 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
that many of the school children eral weeks recuperating, returned fond. quietly awaited the
are in the habit of using these I of nationwide radio programssponsored I ing adherence to her assumed duties this morning accompanied by Mrs.A. In the meantime rumors of a i, the conclusion of the conference Licensed Embalmer .
by the Radio : Phone 135 696.u. \
Night \
Corporationof and her brave fight to render I Martinez return-
Eugene was a ,
slingshots to kill birds and other America, E. Sharpley. Mrs. Albury is disturbance being possible at the and the report of the committee l
beginning Sunday. September
in less this
to those who the Florida
succor are ing on
mischievous acts it is said. the wife of Auditor passenger WPA headquarters which are located -I ___ _
I 29th. In this first perform. fortunate circumstances than I'he. City Albury. morning from a business visit to h ._ ___
Mayor Malone said he will/ap- ance she will be heard along with I on the naval station reservation
peal to the teachers in the schools such stellar lights as Walter Dam- a members group of 01 visitors the commission from which Cuba Harry Warren cashier at the {points in the state. Lieutenant Wm. Klaus, U. C".I"III.4'II.I.lIIIIIII

to use their efforts to suppressthe roach Paul Whiteman. Frank Black local Mrs. Warren S. Nin tommand at the station
customs house,
I came to Key West to take part in State Senator Arthur Gomez
use of these catapults and and Amos *n'Andy who will co-star posted armed guards with instructions -
and two children, who visit-
I the celebration of October 10. were returned this morning on the P.
parents are to be asked to punish with her.This series offering differ: I pre- to allow no one to enter be-
ing Mrs.\ Warren's in Denver
sented :Mrs. Guldens with $21 voluntary parents and O. boat from Miami after a
their children who persist in using eat world-famous stars every Sun fore first being questjonedv .
Colorado,., turned-on the
contribution of the business visit to in the
commlOslotI.l points
them after being told not to. day at 2 P. M. Eastern t Standart I I Florida this morning" state. However the entire.matter was OLD PAPERS!
Closing his interview Mr. Malone Time on the XBC-\VJZ network !' handled in a pe ceabje .manner..
promises to be ono of ..e year 'To express her appreciation for !
) told The Citizen it is his in- ;I I' There were no umoward 'demon
highlights In the realm of radio this unlocked for but happily welcomed Mrs. J. B. Culpcpper wife of Mrs.\ Robert Spottswood was u
pro
strations
tention to take drastic measuresto I and the only time that
the dangerous grams. gift to the institution,.Mrs. Rev. Cnlpeppef of.the First-Metht returning passenger on the Flor- the naval guards WlTU In l-Tlilence! I' 5555...sae.sss....s..s..o.....s.ss.s..sI .
suppress prac- I Gutsens requested The Citizen to odist church, and daughter Mar- ida from a brief visitin Miami:
tice and is issuing a warning to ........................ publish her acknowledgement of tha who were visiting i in! JackSon- with relatives and friends. was when they weife! posted' at the'

their parents children that may receiving guard against legal iHO\VDY\ KEY WEST! I the!donation." day.ville returned on the Florida to Carl Bervaldi chairman of the entrance the to committee WPA.,headquarterswhile composed Tf 5:Is I For Sale

punishment for violations of the I.....5555.....5 e..e.55Society board of county commissioners; three Americans three Cubans

law By RED KERCE I Mr. and 3Srs.-A. J. Ruttger and Commissioners Wm. R. Porter L-1i J ..................*.....

........................ i' children Mary Jack and Jane and Norberg Thompson and Mayor KEY WESTCOLONIAL i .
arrivals the Florida this Wm. II. Malone who were in ja
MEMORIAL SERVICE were on
HOTELIn
Americanism: Slum clearance morning from Miami.\ Miami on business returned on :
program launched just after lob- e.ese..e sea.e.e eeee..s. the Steamship Florida this morn- i & 5 Bundles for
the Center of the Business 5c
FOR MRS.ARCHERWILL byists left Washington. ing.
Circle To
Legion Mrs.\ Bruce Jack who was and Theater District 25 in bundle '
spending a while with relatives in IS
If you felt the same way about Conduct MeetingThere
your friends as they do about Tampa, returned on the Florida First ClaaFireproof- I
TAKE PLACE TOMORROW you'd have this morning.Mrs. Scntible Rat.. .
you possibly nothing will be a special meetingof
EVENING AT LEY but enemies. the American Legion Auxiliaryheld ?/.0-ieR4 ( '
$
tomorrow afternoon begin- Blanca Santana left last COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

MEMORIAL CHURCHRev. The Ethiopians have purchased ning at 4 o'clock at the home of night for Tampa where she will FLORI DA
carlot of ini! spend a while with relatives. Garage Elevator S
a mules presumably I'I Mrs. J. G. Piodela president of '
an attempt to make a jackass out'.,the organization according to an- JACKSONVJJLEGEORGE Popular Price .I
M. L. Smith pastor of of Mussolini's force. nouncement made today. Mrs. Maria\ Valdez and son, n. GEORGE ;+ tk I'I'.I.1.1'.I'I'I'A'.I'Af'.I.1.1I'.I.1

the Ley Memorial Church an- I Business of: vital importance to ]Hector, left on the Cuba last night WASHINGTON....
: )QC) -
nounces that a memorial servicein Ethiopians ;reported to be I the organization will be discussed I for a slay with relatives in Tam ....-..sno -.. Is. ; '

memory of Mrs. V. A. pretty swift with a lasso. Maybe it is stated and a request is made pa. ..-w.r.- ..Haw.....t.. ;.3::6... iGAIAGEN.hM I :
..... ..
Archer'l M'ussolini' is -- rAn Index ToF
who died recently in developing a real nose for a large attendance. ...--
be held at the church tomorrow. for noose. Mrs. Sallie Jenks arrived this r"IATES..fLrO.d
":
evening October 16. I ... Arrange For SeriesOf '
a S S e.s....

friends The will pastor come states together that for her a POLITICAL() i EntertainmentsArranging Stop Chills TIsr MAYFLOWER RELIABLE

short while to pay tribute to her La 700 R.esi..J ... :
memory and her wonderful life I the social calendar
of sacrificial service and her ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY for their club during the winter and Fever! 1 i
= =
deeds of love to her home, her' months, Mario Garcia announces IPtii-? I
w 3 GAIAGE #w+
church and her city. t ELECTION NOVEMBER that the Young Boys' Social Club Malarial 1ATEs.st.m.d.sFLAGLER r fiRMS
Rid Your Sydem
It is shown that for many years 12, 1935 has signed a contract with Joe rH
she was a faita'cl: devoted loyal ........................I Catala's orchestra for a series of Shivering with chills onr moment and I I !
member of the church and it is I For parties to be held during the next burning with fever the next-that's one us mella.r.r I II
stated that some of her favorite Mayor three months.* ,. of.the effects of Malaria.Unless checked I Ti.ed..Ja"e.e."l
..
DR. H. C. GALEYFor the dtscafe: will do serious harm to your ...-.... -
songs will be site, and that her t I ,George Lee, president or the health. Malaria, a blood infection calls --- I

friends will be given a chance ,to I club and Joe Catala, manager of for two things. First destroying the infection GA 1A G5.--1'IATts
speak a word of tribute the-.in- Mayor the orchstra are handling the in the blood. Second: building
I _SUJO......
fluence of her life upon them and WM. H. MALONEFor contract. up the blood to overcome the effects of fOLLOW THE ARROW !
the church organization. Reelection the attack.disease and to fortify against further WEST PALM BEACH

Newlywed: Arrive I Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic supplies
FLORIDA both the=e effects. It contains tasteless
BRINGS For CouncilmanDR. This MorningII. quinine, which kills the infection in the w.

ARMANDO COBO blood and iron, which enriches and wiJ 1711 1JJaA} ii ---And You Will Find In This
168 PASSENGERSSTEAMSHIP Stewart Leonard, of the executive builds up the blood. Chills and fever
For Councilman soon stop and you are restored to health
department of the WPA
1 CLIFFORD G. HICKS administration in Key West and Tasteless and comfort Chill For Tonic half has a century been sure Grove's relief I Directory Stores Which Aim

Miss Dolores McRoberts of St. for Malaria. It is just as useful,too,as a ,
CUBA ARRIVEDIN general tonic for old and Pleasantto n. WASHINGTONSCO ..
Wednesdays young. ,
Joseph, Mo., were married -
I For Councilman take and ab! PORT YESTERDAY AFT- MARCOS A. MESA, SR. October 9, in the Presby-j 1 I give children. Get a bottle at any drug ...- ;w;........,......_ To Serve and Please You. They
Vriap.church: in St. Augustine," store. Now two sizes-SOc and $1. The .4.n mi Hnk bt-el..555 salsa
ERNOON FROM HAVANA I Rev. J. Newbaker officiating. $1 sue contains 2Yi times as much as the HATES SUOeW'GARAGE .
For Councilman !t I SOc and 2%% for .. Invite; You To Visit Them!
gives
I After honeymooning for a few size you more fi.Ia']: : :- iI .o.:,':. j jI
JIM ROBERTS day at points, in Florida the jour money. .

Steamship Florida of the newlyweds; arrived this morningon -- '.
and O. S. S. company, 'P"I For Police JusticeT. ''the Florida from Miami, and I I

this: morning from Miami with S. CARO are at:I1'home .to their friends in.I I j' '" -- -
first and 16 second class I residence street -
the on Fleming
gers for Key West; 115 first and near'Whitehead. INSURANCE;:' B P1R VENDORS SHOE ,REPAIRING I

two second class for Havana. For Chief of Police J "Like A Cake Of IceFOODSTUFFS I

For Key West the ship had 32 MYRTLAND CATES SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT J. S. MOORE, AGENCY CUR O'S BEER GARDEN GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
tons of three automobilesand
_
freight I Jefferson Hotel Cod
Building Beer At All Times IL Diamaadi Prop.
mail. For Havana. 29 tons
For Captain of Police WAVESTwo Surety Bond, Automobile, Pay U. a Visit Old SL_. Mad. A. Good A. N..
of freight. six automobiles and ALBERTO CAMERO '
PermanentseD500 Life and Accident Insurance Duval At PetroD Streeta 61Z Duval Street
mail.The for
Florida left 8:45 o'clock For Captain of Police
Better Wave. $5.00 and
for her destination with 122 pas- ROBERT J. LEWIS MRS. MILLER op i I PHOT6GRAPHYESTEVEZ !i SERVICE STATION BAKERIES

sengers. "Bobby" Ocean View Apt. 1 Phono 574-J Tj'.td ''y I I
Steamship Cuba arrivedfrom !
Havana yesterday afternoon with --- .-------- _.' I STUDIO SWEETING'S SERVe ST.A. MALONEY &: PEACOCK '
Ii'Ii'y '
two first and three second class y j Yo *ll Like The Print We Make Paint Joba That Hold Up Bak.n of Baker Boy Bread

passengers for Key West; 27 first Photo EnfUrging A Specialty Expert Starter and Can. Service Cakes and Pastries
and four second class for Tampa. .
606 Dave Street Plao. 79-J For Jiffy SerYice Phone 818 812 Fleming St.
The vessel ailed 6:30 o'clock for 1 I I /t rj tI
Tampa with 37 passengers. L- Inv1 tat toirTO

Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- I PLUMBINGTHOMPSON FISH PRESSING
Mallory Lines is due to arrive in OUR

port Friday from Jacksonville and I PLUMBING I DEMERIIT BROS. FISH FERNANDEZ &:

S1 tiam qffed&i2b II I lr I Ii COMPANY I COMPANY GONZALEZ

CARD OF APPRECIATIONI I "Get Our Price First" I, Specializing i. Fresh Fish Dry CIai.-pnui. .

-TTERY soon each of out / Sheet Metal Work, Dayton P.mPSI13Z 1 Ft of Front Street First Class Alterations .

wish to assure all of our loyal: !! Simonton St Phone 536' PIa_. 44 Free Delivery 928 Di.iaio& SI.
friends that their loyal assistance: I I J friends will be receiving an i I '
kept in all metal ICE
during Mr. Long's illness and'|! invitation to our Wedding; and our
is apJ I Ii REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE COFFEE DRUGS
after hU passing deeply
preciated. The kindness and II \rc want it to be the best looking invitation we con get,** healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of

sympathy< shown in my bereavement ';I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof CLEANERSI. TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS ORIENTAL PHARMACY
Naturally you want your Wcddmg Invitation to be the and absolutely airtight.
contributed greatly towards
I J. CaOeja, Prop. Ak Your Grocer For Emilio Romero Prop.
alleviating my sorrow. very finest;and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our
I $30.00 and $35.00 Snit Cleaned and Pressed 35e 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS .
octl5ltlRS:: O. S. LOXG.l I rcuuikablc line of Steel Invitations
genuine Engraved Wedding I 1 Day Service-Next Cnhan Cluh Half Pound Pkf*. JOc' Phone 379 1000 Dwv.l Street
EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIAL
i and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193).

PALACECharles -On Display At- POULTRYIf CLUBS

Boyer-Merle O'Beron THE ARTMAN PRESS I

--'nTHUNDER Thompson Ice Company Inc. yon are lookiag for POULTRY, For Recreation Visit
l CITIZEN BUILDING
IN THE EAST ,
ait or call THE NAVY CLUB"Cree.

Two Comedies .. PHONE NO. 8 Fulford's Poultry Farm I .. St. Opp. Western Union
Matinee: 10-lSc Night: 15-25c: -
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