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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 16, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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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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VOLUME\ LVI. No. 246. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Final Approval Of Sewerage COLORED MANCHARGED I II II Funds For Various Projects I Ii 'WANT LABORERS T. S. Caro Addresses City


I WITHLARCENY TO SIGN UP FOR


Project Still Being Awaited I HELDALLAN i. In Key West Made Available! \WORK ON CANALADVISE Council In Behalf Of WPA




BROWN BROUGHT TO By Associated Press) I MEN NOT TO CO tl-) Group At Special
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Everything Will Be In BROKERS PLAN WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. West and the allotments Meeting
KEY WEST FROM TAVER- I RECT TO CAMP UNTIL

-To the WPA of Florida are: .
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Readiness For Preliminary OPENING UP OF NIER BY EiPUTY| SHERIFF QUOTA FOR MONROE COUNTY -
I the sum of $461,324 became Improvement of Emma,I Ii ( ...S e e e e o e e*.......e./

Work When Time BOB COMBS Fleming and Thomas streets, HAS BEEN FIXED Ascends To High Rank Other Matters, Including
BRANCH OFFICE available with the
yesterday i ........................
Arrives countersigning of a treasury $3,308; I Proposed Budget,

Allan Brown, colored was Improvement of inter :Men wanting to work on the

RESDY: FORWARDING COM brought to the city yesterday from warrant for that amount.Of ,cross-slate: canal project should Heard At Session Con-
Tavernier by Chief Deputy Sher- section of State road 4-A and

What is the status at this time PANY TO ESTABLISH BUSINESS iff Bob Combs on the Keys and this amount $29,685 has Roosevelt Boulevard, $1-.give their names to the soo-: ducted Last NightThe
service department of the FlorfcU:
of the and water distribution placed in county jail pending
sewerage IN PORT EVERGLADES for various
trial in criminal court 6n a chargeof I been allocated 952; ERA here or to the U. S. Employment t

project for Key West U WITHIN SHORT TIME larceny. projects at Key West, Flor. i Improvement of Thompson Service office in the Key Key West City Council

Brown was arrested at Taver- West Administration building,
question which has been asked.
a nier and hearing before ida. street, $4,964; with
I given a : Leo H. Warren, president
Mrs. Nina Hyder Johnson, direc-
The Citizen number of times Judge E. R. Lowe on a charge, of I
a
Reedy Forwarding company: having in his possession a number On September 25, President -I Repairing Monroe County tor of social service, announcedthis e presiding, met in special session

during the past few days. custom house brokers: !: and shippers tne High School building, $6- morni
: of stolen articles.: lie pleaded that Roosevelt signed g. Last night for the specific .
agents plan orening a branch of- : he had bought them from friends. 584 Those in charge of canal operations purpose
To the"sponaor'arcontribution
get a satisfactory answer requisition.foe: these projectsand ; :
fice in Port Everglades or Fort I Investigation proved that while are accepting only workers of discussing matters pertaining

the same question was asked at Lauderdale within a short time. : he may have bought them his the money' U now readyfor : is $1,496; whose names are furnished thrr ugh to the proposed budget i.

WPA headquarters by this paper As representatives of a number I: friends had treated him unkindlyand distribution" I Improvement Nelson the USES offices. FERA sod
to
placed him in a position connection, with operating expenses .
this morning and the reply was of corporations doing business and : stand trial and await his trial in The. projects for Key,English park$12,877.FRIEND'WHAILE ;' WPA will only provide transportation -

other corporations in Cuba doing I i jail if he could not produce a bondof ----- --- to the job. of the city for the ensuing -

that no information is availableand business in the United States the $250 for his release. f Men wanting work on the project

firm will keep in close touch with I In Key West two cases were SELASSIE should not go directly t,. the term. After going over a
will not be until information
some
them in handling the shipments tried in the court of Justice of camp Mrs. Johnson emphasized; few items embodied in the bud.

is received from Washing the Peace Rogelio Gomez. Hope until the quota for Monroe County RAY MURPHY
received and sent out on ferriesof
HOLDS STRATEGIC PENINSULA has been fixed and men have get it was decided to lay this
sentenced to
Jiminez
was put upa .
the Florida East Coast system, I National Commander of American
ton. at Port Everglades. bond of $25 to keep the peace for been assigned by the USES. Legion matter over for further consideration

All that is known on the sub- To do this, James Moore, mana- one year or go to jail for 10 WHICH\ ITALY ONCE SPURNEDBy There are sufficient living AC- ------ -
commodations who
days. Julius Neely was ordered to for the men as it was stated that
of the told The Citizen -
ject has been given through the ger company; put bond of $50 to keep the are called to the camp but thereare LEGION HEAD I
it will be necessary to establish -I up there were several items listed in
columns of The Citizen; in telegrams peace for 12 months, or spend seven not enough accommodationsto
cities
in
offices either of the
from Washington and in- J days in jaiL Both defendantsare ( Associated Press) care for men going to the GREAT LEADER which the council desired further
mentioned and he will leave next
the They turned to
FOLTZ territory.
By CHARLES without assignments."It .
terviews with 1L E. Gilfond director week by boat or plane to make the I I colored. PARIS. Oct. 16A potential.1 Italy. I i I I camp would be inadvisable for I I information

of WPA in Key West. arrangements.Mr. I No Sale Turks Take. It :
I' i anyone to leave here for the camp
Application for the loan was Moore will remain away I I PIRATES COVE Gibraltar of the Red Sea once I I Italian experts examined the 1 i in the hope of obtaining works I II RAY MURPHY ASQENDS TO The clerk was instructed to

made several months ago and only until he has everything in,I cffered to Italy, is now in the! peninsula and told their I there. As soon as we r. ewe I prepare a statement showing the
after going through the various j[readiness when he will return to be CAMP NOW\ HAS I ment it wasn't worth the $govern-I' word as to Monroe County' COMMAND THROUGH UN. amount of pay due the councilmen -

divisions in Washington it reachedthe ,.In charge of the main office in hands of the Iman of Yemen a&ked. It was we will make arrangemen USUAL ABILITY who were off the roll during

president in the latter part of i( Key West. Vincent McDermott fered to, and turned by, send the men to the camp" -.- I the time they were performing
member of the firm, will friend of the of Ethiopia. t
December and on September 30 i junior \ emperor .France England. Spain, Russia Johnson' aaid.ARRANGING; services for thp FERA, all of
|probably be in charge of the NEWJttANAGERALEXANDER
Mr. Gilfond announced that Mr. branch office.GIVE Cheik-Said 600 square miles of Austria and Germany. II'I Speelal t. The Ultra) whom will be paid when fund
France alone expressed; in-
an
Roosevelt had approved the pro- barren desert and wind-worn rock FOR INDIANAPOLIS Ind., Oct. 16. become available. The main reason -
J. RUTTGERS ARRIVED terest in the affair but France ex-: in preparing this statement, it
ject.From is to the southern entrance of the -The life story of Ray Murphy,
argued that land belonging!
the president the project FOOD SHADE YESTERDAYAND perts was stated, was to keep the record
went to Comptroller McCarl and I I HERE Red Sea what Gibraltar is to the to French citizens; was French soil SWIMMING\ MEETARMISTICE National Commander of the American straight inasmuch a* many of

now is awaiting his approval and CONCLUDED;: NEGOTIA. Mediterranean. Guns on its desolate -so why pay good money for its 1 Legion, is typically American. : the councilmen serving new may .

the allocation of funds. IS PLANTHOUSANDS i tip could easily command Discouraged the merchants I let From the ranks he aar. ilsmtft; .rI .! be out of office when the nw ad-

As tbis. prpieetinvolves an expenditure ____ : I TIONS TODAY t ft Perim Island Britain's guard' in their property; go undeveloped.The thereupon DAY I command* through T*' Mfify'to m\' l'Sfttr o'm8"ote- of the,-

of $1,344,728 it is not Turkish :government understand and to lead. reigns of government immediately

expected it will be approved by OF E TOBE Lease of Pirates Cove Fishing the strait of Bab el Mandeb. I fortified the peninsula. The beginning of Mr. Murphy's after the November election.

the comptroller without investi- I Camp was consummated today Started In Real .Estate Deal France protested but the protest EVENT WHICH WILL BE HELD 1 I' biography belongs on a farm in T. S. Caro in behalf of a

gation by his office. is pointedout USED IN BEAUTIFICATION I I when Alexander J. Ruttgers signed Mussolini, who found his communication went unanswered and was forgot. ', Dubuoue County, Iowa. There, on group of WPA workers who were

and it may be some time be- PROGRAMBy the necessary contract in the with Italian Somali-I ten.In AT YACHT BASIN TO BE:I May 2, 1887, he was born in a present at the meeting, addressedthe

fore this will be done. office of Attorney'Wm II. Malne land dependent on Britain's I the Italo-Turkish war of SPONSORED BY KEY WEST farm cottage which was IK* better, I council in an appeal for aid
Confidence is the keynote of expressions and concluded other matters in 1911-12. Italian ships bombarded I and no worse than its neighbors for the mazy operatives who are
"route to the Indies,11' has been the Turkish forts on Cheik-Said. ADMINISTRATION' in those of Iowa at .
of those who are in direct connection therewith.The I pioneering day now engaged work with thisorgan
charge of the project here, JOHN LLOYD lessee arrived yesterday on sending troops and supplies Then the World War broke out and I Ir I arricultuic. Of hardy, industrious -t featien.
(nj Associated Tress)
and preparations are now going the Steamship Florida, accompanied through the strait and under the Cheik-Said was almost forgotten. ancestry, he wa endowed Mr..Caro stated while the local
Oct. 16.-A decisionto '
MOSCOW
forward to have everything possible by his family and shadow of Oheik-Said-the colony I France Clings To Old Title Sponsored by the recreation I with a powerful constitution and officers of the WPA were doing
fruit trees along Moscow's -
in readiness when it is ap-' plant tions were at once started negotia'i In 1918 Cheik-Said became the]r partment of the Key West de-I I a keen intellect.Mr. fall I possible to help the men in the
streets to replace dying and Italy turned down. I property of the Iman of Yemen. I is married and has
proved. I' to take over the camp con I ministration a swimming Murphy way of employment which fact
shade trees has been adopted with Two merchants of Marseille first
i
The Iman, having desire to r
Discussing the matter at WPA duct it for the season. no will be held at the yacht basin two sons. Gracious and! attractive was fully appreciated that there
a hint that other cities might well Mr. and his realized .the strategic position of hold the Red Sea mouth againstall Mrs. Murphy\ is credited by :i
headquarters this morning it was Ruttgers Armistice Day Nov. 11. I still existed a condition which
shown that even after |approvalhas I copy Tens the of idea.thousands of> apple'' composed of Mrs. RuU familY'1 Cheik-Said chieftain.and bought Ali Tabatt it from Dour-theArsb comers let the Turkish fortifications Indications now point to three, her husband with having been responsible i should be remedied, and that was
crumble.
children. Mary, Jack and for much of his success. to obtain
been given and funds allotted teams competing in the meet.' a special appropriation
and trees being ein in 1868. Turks heard
peach The
cherry arc ,
Today Cheik-Said is only a barren -
have taken their resi: His for Mrs. is
name Murphy
pet
it will be several weeks before ac- up The soldiers have signified their| whereby these men may be given
cultivated state farms of the about the and
tual work will begin, as investigation -I Soviet Union on will trans- the camp and preparations for getting I I purchase promptly peninsula containing a few na- intentions of entering a team. A'I' "Jim." Ray Jr., and Charles are additional help. He said that the
and be
occupied the peninsula but an I where the
Arab
tive villages na- .
the buildings and accessoriesin the son? Both, incidentally, are
must be made of all streetsto second team will be selected from j small amount now being receivedwas
ferred to the city as soon as they agreement between France and tives recognize the authority of
determine just what obstacles readiness for the coning season the best available local talent and! following closely in their father'sfootsteps not sufficient to maintain the
have three of
attained in 1870
years Turkey turned CheikSaidback the Iman of Yemen. ,
will have started.: invited! in the matter of scholar- men in the In addi-
be met with and also to locate the coast guard has been proper way.
growth. With the prospects in view! of a to the Arab chief and. France has never given up her ship and athletics.MEETING .
other tion, he spoke of other
lines and
pipe guard to enter team. I many
The immediate thought that through him back a t
to the merchants claim but it is unlikely that she
lucrative tourist
against injury to them when excavations has occurred to Moscow's citizens; wonderfully sea of Marseille. Training for the city; "team will! I things concerning the welfare of
will it. On French the
who have press maps
for the sewerage sys- is. will it be their privilege to been son in advised Key West of the those By 1900 the French merchantshad peninsula still is'marked as a part be held from 2 to 6 p. nu, dally] TONIGHT I i the many employes; engaged in
new arrangements ; work
on WPA' projects.In .
tem are started. pluck ripe fruit from the trees as I for Pirates Cove predict for !'pen\1\ arse sums,trying to interest of French SornaliTand'cross. the at the Yacht Basin. The twos,
The project in toto provides.for they along the streets! their"" in men having the best time trial in I concluding his talk Mr. Caro
pass government buying strait.SUBJEtMAICH .
the sewerage system, water dis- Tentatively at least the author-' that popular resort a busy and each event will be selected for the AT COURT HOUSE requested that a committee from

tribution lines and installation of ities have that very idea in mind. successful winter. local team. the council be appointed to meet
subsurface electrical conduits. Final selection of the Key West with the County Commissioners
No restrictions are contemplatedto i
WALES' HEATH: AS I team will'rest with M. V. Plant 'and a conmttte from the workmen -
prevent a hungry citizen; from PAYMENTS OF TO BE JOINT SESSION OF
swimming instructor of the recreation in an effort to secure some
shinnying a tree and feastingon
: up I ,
LADIES TEMPLEWANTRAILROAD] its fruitt.Measures HEIRW SHOWS'MMILLS' department.If COMMISSIONERS AND i additional aid for the workmen, _
POLL TAX NOW THRONE [ I of whom he
will be taken however sufficient talent is developed! CITY COUNCIL many; said were bare-
,Ato prevent abuse. Anyone at this meet it is planned to send ly existing under present condi

who tries to' make a business of OIUNCREASE (By Associate Press) a team to Miami to compete in I tions.
the fruit will be I aquatic contests to be held in that The chair appointed a committee
collecting prosecuted LONDON, Oct. 16.-Edward, from ear trouble on his recent
I County commiaskHters .were to act hi this capacity, and
this winter.
city
ADOPT RESOLUTIONS AT RECENT the authorities say. Prince of Wales has reached an holiday in continental Europe. I coming notified today of a meeting to be were requested to do all possiblein
An elaborate code /pf regula- SHOW.THAT OVER SIX Show Strain
BOOKS Eyes
age at which loyal Britons becoming Ears 1 held in the of. of Clerk Rocs their
are I ace effort to obtain additional -
MEETING OF ORGANIZATION tions will be drawn up during the The prince had not previously'
three years of grace while the HUNDRED HAVE PAID THUS I solicitous of his health as ever made a complaint about ear: LOCAL FIREMENFAVORRAILROADj r C. Sawyer in the county courthouse I aid fot the employes in ,

trees still the farms. Policemen well as that of their frail and 8 o'clock tonight question. The committee appointed
are on trouble and his hearing was con-: I
FAR 1910 QUALIFIED. ALL I
; I Commissioners and city councilare to handle this matter is
will arrest anyone descendingfrom aging king. sidered remarkably good. There I 1 1r
to meet in session di
joint to composed of Councilmen Cabrera
the trees with baskets. They TOLD 1 The slightest indisposition of was not the slightest suggestionof j number
of
At a recent meeting of Florida may wink at bulging pockets. trouble when he left Lon cuss a important ques- Symonette and Hoffman.
any
King George has been for r tions which confront the
Temple No. 1, Ladies of the Golden I Planting of the trees is part of a f Poll tax payments have taken cause : don in August for Cannes and the govern-
Eagle, resolutions were adopted general beautification and reconstruction an unlooked for spurt in the last deep anxiety ever since be was news that he consulted Vienna DEPARTMENT MEMBERS VOTE ing bodies ot the county and cityat IVAN C. ROBERTSON

favoring the repairing and operation plan for Moscow. Wide few days and many payments snatched from the threshold of i specialists in September came as a I.I ON ISSUE AT RFCtNTMEETING > this time.

of the Florida East Coast I new avenues will be cut through; I have been made. sepecially at the death in his critical iilncss in' jolt. '

Railroad in preference to the the city. flanked by large apart- city hall to Deputy C. E. Gomez 1929. Royal physicians! have had' Recently the prince has suffered STR. CUBA HAS. POLICE FORCE

Oversea; highway The resolutionsas ment houses and government build- city supervisor of registration.A to be most vigilant since then., from a certain amount of eye

adopted. follow: ings. few days ago Mr. Gomez said Now }in his 71st year the king strain. He wears horn-rimmed I I

"Realizing the great loss the that just about 200 had paid up never regained his former glasses when he has a lot of read- The Key West Fire Department, 37 PASSENGERSVESSEL APPOINTED TO SUCCEED S .

community has suffered by the I BORN IN TAXICABS and the taxes were coming in very strength ing or writing to do. He even has: at a recent meeting, voted in favor OWEN SAWYER NIGHT

damage: to the Florida East Coast slowly. This morning when he Middle Age Ills Appear worn them once or twice at (public I of rebuilding the railroad in FROM TAMPA I'

Railroad in the storm of September -f SALT LAKE CITY.-Two chil- opened his office receipt stubs then The Prince of Wales, who began functions when he has had to read i preference to the highway. The ARRIVES c CALL OFFICER

2, I dren of Mrs. Jesse Stone of this showed payments of 540 in his his 42nd year June 23, is beginning formal fpeeches. I resolution adopted was signed by AND LEAVES FOR .,

"IV it resolved: that we uniteour | city have been born in taxicabs office, and 70 in the office of Tax to have the minor ailments Like other members of the family John W. Roberts, secretary; Barry I' Ivan C: Roberts was today appointed

efforts to cooperate with the{'on her way to the hospital. One Collector Frank IL Ladd. that come with middle age. But the prince has been susceptibleto : M. Baker chief, and Charles HAVANA : i by; Mayer Wm. H. Makme-


railroad company in every way j is a boy. born three years ago, and This total of 610. with the ap- .on the whole his health has been bronchial or chest colds but he J Olivieri. first assistant chief of as member of the. Key West police

I possible for the repairing and operation : the other is a girl born recently proximate 1200. exempts on the excellent has never had a.really serious ill- the department. The resolution Steamship Cuba of the P. and departaettt to act in the capacity -

I of the railroad knowingthat rolls and possibly 100 reaching the IW has put on considerable< ness of this nature. follows: :O. S. S. company, arrived 7 a. m.,I 1 of Bight cafl officer.

our community life, and our I age of 21 and 55, and exempt ofpayment weight in the last few years a Few Eldest Sons Reign "The Key; West Fire :, from Tampa with two first class The appointment was made

very existence' as a city dependson of poll taxes makes a fact regarded by many as a good Since Elizabeth's reign/. only ment. at a mass mee'icg Devart-I passengers and seven second class Mayor )1.... tW The Citizen
the rebuilding and operation total of 1910 qualified voters. sign. He has reduced his excursions three of 14 rulers suceeding to the the City Hall on Friday for Key West; 22 first and six I I to fill the vacancy created when

I of trains. in and out of our city. J' Several candidates who were in in London night life to a new throne have been eldest sons.I II, ,by a unanimous_ vote of the I;'second class for Havana. :S. Owen Sawyer was dismissed for

"Re it further resolved that $Ctlgrdttt.S the office of Mr. Gomez this morning minimum.Not These were Edward VII GeorgeIV department went on recorj as fa-( The vessel also brought 11 tons'of 'dereliction in his duties.

Florida Temple go On record as i ana ['d.sUN expressed the belief that this only British people in general and Charles IL Victoria was;;| voring the reconstruction of thej j freight 65 sacks of mail and 1 I This aetioa on the part of the

Vint: one Hundred percent for re- GINS number will be considerably aug- but usually; well informed the niece of both her predecessor Florida East; Coast Railroad in' one automobile for Key West; one I mayor was taken Sunday morning.

c rainr.g and operating, the Florida i WHISKIES AND I mented before Saturday when the court circles, were surprised' when Mary who shared the throne with preference to, the Highway; into ton of freight and 37 sacks: of I He left in the aftentpojr. for Miami

Fast: Coast Railroad." I books close. they learned he was suffering (Continued on Page Four) I I Key; West." l mail for Havana. ,and returned yesterday morning.



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PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 16, 1933.d :; .
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Iif "'[[1t t (:W 1tPubU"b 1 NATIONAL LOTTERIES past few weeks, but has reached a ;I........................

I___ __ !I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN point where the work of the engineers Today's

I>ailjr, Ejcept Sunday By It may not be generally known thatan is necessary to a cOIl1 nu-
TIIE flT,*nm-WIIING: : CO. ITC American -by"Mot4e SpodighP DAYS GONE BY ance. As soon as the engineershave Anniversaries
national
... p. *II1 AN. rw.atJOE lottery was instituted completed their surveys and
ALL.*. AMtataat U..I_ Manager. by the Congress of 1776 and that I! Tlucastef'Aftadur Happening Here J..t 10 Years plans progress is expected to be ........................
From The "Itlxen Building Age Today A* Take Frm
between that date and 1820 at I redoubled. 1758-Noah Webster Connecticut
least 1 In Hu-HIll.zt
Corner Green and Ann Street. I j The File Of The Citizen
teacher, scholar and' author
seventy acts were passed by Congress 'au- that Pauline Lord Y
West and Monroe Editorial comment: One of the whose dictionary, grammar an<
In Key
Only Dally Newspaper i
County thorizing lotteries for public purposes, \i urns: "'rnll ...", The American Legion Jamboreelast trying needs of this country is 'spelling book were standard authorities

Entered at Key West. Florida.-as: second class matter such as schools, roads and other improve- I 'tiJw.lU7ti.lk1them J night in the San Carlos more people to scatter! seeds of for several' decades. born
ments. 1 UJat site11.C1Wf' i I Theater was one of the greatest sunshine and fewer people to scat at Hartford, Conn. Died at New
FlP'TI"-II1. TER ,- I performances ever put on in Key ter seeds of moonshine. Haven, May 28. 1843.1760Jonathan .
JIIwr .t tae .A-'at" frees During the presidency Washington, izes fur tints. btstuhllt I West by local talent. From rise to -

Ih* Associated Press to e clul.'Iy entitled to nee Harvard College supported itself in part J bautta 7 the .all of the curtain every trnrnber The football eleven of the U. S. I
rerui.i of all news dispatches credited ton i Dayton, New
tar tatioa
;>r not otherwise credited In this paper. .and also by a grand lottery"withcapital prizes as fLoo.H on the program elicited rounds of S. Cleveland, now in port at Key Jersey soldier, cefigTenionan anj
the local news published here. j arplanse. The French singing and West and the naval station squad
high as $20,000.Most I senator implicated with Aaron
j
j
!
dancing girls, Bill Schoneck' Tom
will meet next week
._ early to playa ;
'NATIONALASSOCLMlON ErtTI:, QIAL European governments have at Read Ray Seam, Kid McCoy, Rays game of baseball. Later on theship's Burr in the treason plot after
whom Daf tea. Ohm, ,anted born
Hiner and ?
Steve
CJjlelut u 933SVTB9CHIPTIO.V one time or another employed national I Stf'Phen'lOn"were and their! orchestra will give a danc l at Elfeabethtown, X J. Died Oct
exceptionally good
for the
enlisted the
-. lotteries as a means of raising funds for the men of ship 0. 1824.
several numbers given
..;;') were great and station.
on*Tear __.__._....- ----- --'1.... public treasuries, and municipal lotteries !( ovations.As I
Hz >'onths _.. .-......m. .__;..._-- 5.00 1
ti ** Month 2.1S: have been common. Cuba has conducted a f Government Patrol Boat 2'81 1777-Lorenzo Dew eceentrupioneer
__ 55 the big clock on the city hall
B.WV klr Month...==_=:.:.-:::==::: .;:= ;___ ..z0ADVEItTISINQ r.ational littery since the formation of the I 1 cor > chimed the hour -of 8 last 'night commanded by Boatswain night Methodist evangelist born
,, picked up Launch 1173 last at Coventry. Conn. Died at
RATES' republic. j| wet ogle[ I I Commissioners members of the City Election"in the waters near Fort Taylor.I Georgetown, Md., Feb. 2, 1834.
Made known on application. began setting in
France financed the war of the jDhIGIC Information relative to the vessel
I motion the for the
SPECIAL, NOTICE flu machinery can be had by applying to the
AH reading notices. *ar Js of thanks, resolutions of Spanish Succession by a lottery which was BtuURaBhbanehasuxm l roar rlaetd I election to be held in Key West on United States Coast Guard here. I 1806-William Pitt Fessenden.
respect obituary notice. etc will be charred for at not suppressed until 1836. England authorized 22 November 10. The list of qualified Maine noted statesman and financial
the sate of 1* cents a line. sLLw oI CoNica l I '
,
Notices for entertainments by churches from which i lotteries for harbor improvementsand dirtance caprajas ,t, ;j electors will be published in The Troop 2 Boy Scouts entertained I expert in Congress, Secretary
Is to be derived are S cents a line. 4 Citizen: C. Sam B. '
a revenue. as soon as of the Treasury, born at Boscaw-
The C>tln Is an open forum and Invites discussion for the financing of the Virginia Com- rastrl.,. f' r' last night; in compliment to the
'of public Issues and subjects of local or general ,, I. Curry has the list prepared. 1 visiting scout troop and officers I: *n. N. 11. Died Sept. 8. 1869
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi I pany which founded the early settlements Billie BuMs nutds } from Havana. Troop S, Girl

cations. in America, and raised government funds tars Muafraarbut I Miss Onelia Cruz of Havana,1 Scouts joined in making the timea I I 1835-(100 years ago) WilliamR.
; '
who was visiting relatives about
by that until 1824. ifu ftufuta t pleasant one for the visitors and .
means in Chf'utmtu pan- .a ; three weeks, left today for her 11' Shafter Michigan's Union ot-
their hosts. The Cuban left
IMPROVEMENTS KEY WEST L. troop
fleer in Ctrfl War TOjw-geneial!
Religious and charitable organizationswere home in Havana. She was accom-
CITIZEN A this morning!: for Havana after a i in Spanish American War, born at
ADVOCATED BY THE ; JI panied by her brother Caesar
in some countries permitted to oper- I, ),:lu+e lautei 1rir.t 1{ -;. Cruz, who was here last week to: week of entertainment. I Galesburg, Mich. Died at Bakersfield : -
ate lotteries, long after the governmenthad r caught nut flown to the attend the celebration of El Gnto aL, Nev. 12, 1M<&.

1. Water and Sewerage. abolished them as national institu- f Columbia scull Iti tht Studios picture fara. f- de Yara, last Saturday. This was' ROBBED BY HELPERS j I

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- tions. On a small scale such exist in Am- Miss Cruz's first visit to Key West;] LATHAM. 111.-Three men 1847-SantMi P. Jones, popular

land. erica today in the form of "raffles," whichdo ---- .-. -- -- --- but is so pleased with it she con-' helped J. B. Heft push'' his d'rv 1 I Georgia relist-iweehr' of the
templates a return at an early abled car some distance to his':Methodist-Episcopal Gfeweh South,
5. Free Port. not differ in principle from the more dale. home near this city, and then born in Chamber Co., Ala. Died

,pretentious lotteries of the past. TO DAY'S | robbed< him of $14. ,I Oct. 15, 1996.
WEATHER 1
4. Hotels and Apartments. l Information was received todayin
But during the last hundred the .
years ---
5_ Bathing Pavilion. Key West from San Diego.!
trend of sentiment throughout the world Calif., stating that Clement

6. Airports-Land and Sea. has been against lotteries, particularly in Temperatures i East' Gulf: Moderate to fresh I II Knowles of Key West formerly 8.j

7. Consolidation of County and City the United States, where drastic legisla- II'ghost ......................_..__.....84 J northeasterly winds and partly I cigar manufacturer of this
Government Lowest ..................._..*...-...........76 I was attacked by a robber in that:
tion for their suppression has been en- Mean _...._._______..............80 overcast weather possibly scattered city and i is now suffering from i!

Normal Mean .........._.._........_70 showers over south end central II severe injuries when struck by a CONSULT YOUR BANKER
'acted.Still :tainr.lI.'Ye'terday's I portions. piece of gas piping wielded by the
the
Join the WPA and see the country. gambling instinct is perhapsas
robber.
I II I I Mr. Knowles was mounting -,
strong as ever and finds opportunitiesfor Precipitation .85 Ins. WEATHER CONDITIONS the steps of his home when as-
ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
....
Xormal Precipitation .22 Ins. '
expression in ranging from I sailed. When struck by the robber
it many ways, Tli I* record fmrrrm. 24-kanr Peeledraeieg !I
Knock be
shr.ll
and opened to you. the outright method of the gaming table to m VIk thin _.r.I_. I Pressure! is low this morning he fell but managed to get his revolver -j
So let's all start knocking; perhaps the F. Tomorrow'. Almanac from the Canadian provinces of out and fired two shots at, N

E. C. will hear. lawful speculation in markets and stocks, Sunrises ___........_....... 6:26 a. m. I Saskatchewan and Manitoba southward the man. The latter escaped, but]

regarding the morals of which there is Sun sets __,e...__......__.. 5:58 p. m. I over New Mexico and Arizona Mr. Knowles prevented the rob-, X

much difference of opinion even among Moon rises __... .__.......10:48 p. m. j Ii The Pas. Manitoba. 29.50 bery.
The; Ethiopians have good reason to the better elements of society. Tomorrow's Tide. j inches!; while high: pressure areas, i i The FIrst National Bank ol Key West
:; crested over the St. Lawren-e: Three- engineers will today arrive -:
save for a rainy day. The rainy season A.M. 1'.M.\ Valley and the middle Pacific from Homestead to start .
High ......._......-.12:39 2:02 I
lasts from January to the middle of Sep- WILL THE SUN COOL? Low .................... 7:56 6:37 coast overspread: most other sections work on the Malcolm Meacham I Member of the Federal Reserve
tember. of the count.ry. Northfield.Vt I tract. This statement was made by!
Barometer 8 a. m. today: I .. 30.68 inches and Roeburjr:, Maurice Gross engineer, who has'
Sea level :9.96.WEAT'IEk I II
For many years astronomers have : Oregon, 30.34 inches. Showers and I been in the city several days
The individual l who learns from experience I I( thunderstorms have occurred during -I awaiting arrival of the engineers. !
speculated regarding the possibility that
FORECAST Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
i thelast 24 hours in southern i The development work has progressed !
can become better educated than some day the sun will have exhausted its
Florida. being heavy at Miami I considerably during the
the collegian who has a few degrees.. for heat and become cold. (Till\ 8 p. m., Thursday) I j I, 1.10 inches and Tampa, 1.12 inches. I CorporationPAINT ..

hjii d work on his books. Dr. 12. L. Tervine, president of the Key West and Vicinity: Mostly,:]! There have also been light to temperatures are generally above
cloudy with occasional showers tonight ': moderate showers in eastern Mis- normal.
Mexican Astronomical Society, is one who and Thursday; moderate to|I Fi ire ippi. northern Georgia, and G. S. KENNEDY
It isn't necessary to fool all the people holds this view, and points out that hun- fresh northeast winds. j! portions of Minnesota and rains Officer in Charge

l all the time. If the politicians fool dreds of now extinct sums were known to Florida: Mostly cloudy, scatter.I Ion the Pacific coast from San -.. .. .. ___._ .__.__ I II
ed showers. in south and east portions -', Francisco: northward and in portions -
only about ten per cent part of the time, have existed in the dim past. In lecturesat tonight and Thursday; slightly of the Central and northern

there's plenty in it for them. the University of Edinburgh, Prof. A. S. cooler: in extreme north por- Rocky Mountain States and I

Eddington also expressed the belief that tion. Plateau region. Temperatures have
Jacksonville Florida Straits: fallen in far western districts. in
Former Administrator Julius Stone's the; universe is slowly running down, although Moderate to fresh northeasterly the Ohio Valley and from the

heart-desire was to make Key West the he admits the possibility that the winds moderately strong at times north Atlantic States southward UPUse
over extreme north portion weather into North Carolina with readings
;
Bermuda of America. He probably knew heat thrown off by the sun and other stars
mostly overcast tonight and below freezing in the interior of I
his onions but we just couldn't tolerate the may be gathered again in some manner Thursday scattered showers. New England; while elsewhere I

smell o' them. and form new suns. .
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In any event, Old Sql appears to be
AIL O--A Sherwin Williams ProductZilo
Human nature being what it is, it is so good for a billion years or more, so his

difficult to be just, and \\f> continue to ultimate end has little practical interest for I I It

think and live our preju E"S. Share-the- us. But it is fascinating to contemplatewhat

wealthers deplore the killing of Long, butsay may be the final fate of mankind, is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. It is Absolutely unadulterated

nothing of the wilful: assassination! of when, if ever, our solar system begins to -Contains no Substitutes. Can be used Inside or Outside.

the killer by Long's gL r1s. undergo a marked change. such as these

astronomers predict. -
-
\ \\t\\\'A\ A 25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES ABOUT
Cuba, probably more than any other \\. v v
GROW NEW FORESTSIn Use tin let NINE QUARTS OF PAINT
agency, could be instrumental in solving

the transportation problem in Key West, tU ar.- ,

for she controls to a great degree the em.;s- the past, lumbermen have been t.t 1

sion and transmission of her freightage criticized for the depletion and waste'of I. 25 Pound Can Zilo Costs $3.50

the country's forests., and it may be that
her incoming and outgoing cargoes. 'ot
much timber has been cut without proper
--; I regard for future needs.At \ 5 Quarts Linseed OiI-costs 1.45

Fifty world powers have imposed a
present however, the lumbermen
world-wide arms embargo against Italy.
appear to be keenly alive to the necessityfor $4.95
Mussolini defies every one of the fifty. '
conservation of timber and reforestation
sO/
Kaiser 'Wilhelm. also defied the world; J'1Jt
of cut-over areas. In fact, such a
now he is in xile chopping wood. History -
movement among the lumbermen has been
has a habit -of repeating itself. MAKES PURE LEAD-ZINC PAINT COST
under way in several states for quite a


The government is handicapping the while.At a convention in Chicago, the Na- t 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

American Telephone and Telegraph com- tional Lumber Manufacturers Association

pany to such an extent that it will not con- i commended the interest
in reforestation
tinue its experiments for television..Where. i being taken by the government and by the O Why wait until when next spring for your all the modern Can You Equal This Low
electric refrigerator you can enjoy conveniences
there is no vision, there 'caTr'be'r"n tele- forestry
departments of many states. A of General Electric and without
I a now- .
vision. Television means farseeingand resolution adopted Cost Anywhere?
by the convention said: increasing present household expenses one penny
in this caseJ i j6st the I jour
the government ; opposite "We urge continuance of this interest I I

-myopic. "I "' and cooperation both public and private,

I to bring about sound conditions for per- ,I Remember We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cement, Screens-' ,

In imitation of Japan, Mussolini will petuating our forest industry." Doors, Windows-hi fact, Anything you need to Build Or Repair.

install as "Puppet K5ng"! of northern Ethi- Better means of fire protection in existing Your General Electric win now easily pay for itself
and $40 $60 between and spring.
to now
opia, one Ras Haile oelassie: Gugs-x who forests were also recommended, as save yon t

deserted with 15,000 troops and swore allegiance well as favorable tax measures to en-

l to the Italian invaders. He h:-- private
courage forest-growing enter-

always claimed he was the rightful heir to prises.It The Key West Electric Co. South Fkdda Contracting & Engineering Co. I

the Ethiopian throne and has been a life- is fortunate that this matter is 'engaging -

t iQng enemy of the present ruler. When the attention of the country at Phcce 598 White and Elza: Streets

the Italians acquire what they desire, large to .a greater extent than ever before. .

Ougsa.. will get all that is coning to him we i I No natural resource"is more essential to GENERAL ELECTRIC: Tour home u worthy oF the beat"

hope.I .- our national welfare than our f -
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.". ePEOPLE'S r.......e..e...I....., ........................ ;

MORNING STAR LOPEZ-BUSY BEE ;: FORUM ;VIEWS\ AND REVIEWS I CLASSIFIED ITS TRUE! ByWDeyPadan

I 1jt ......... i
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MARrAN SSMS SERIES 'WILL BE +
ar I{ HIGHWAY OR _RAILWAY I What They-Say Whether I COLUMN :


SVMOPSISf shear Fttton *_. keen and twinkling, and his hand RESUMED FRIDAY;', Editor, The Citizen: : Right Or Wrong .......................
CS latt taken rflvvrc tk .
ii.. AoK.*(y to overbaiareerfAy ; "I'd about decided you were like 1 I
-menial study. for expressions of opinion as to Bernard M. Branch financier j
tnttatttntg Santa Clans." ha said; "somebody : j will be inserted Tn The Citizen at i ij
hat won .her lather and mother to J'
her eWe, k.. foinU herotlf ratter you her about but never see." CAM SCHEDULED FOR LAST. Highway or Railway, allow me toj i I "Fighting countriescan do the rate of Ic a word for each insertion ': ,fir 41

tht her decision merolnt ,of and her ha homo. front town to vittt tor Ills voice was a musical drawl NIGHT WAS POSTPONEDON I cast a vote for the Railway and l I without war gas and machine wheat guns ,I j but the minimum for the!
her sohoetrfe.d.. of quicker than without and
JndUlt, ator- more reminiscent the cotton fields
to. nan. her hiabant't I Iin any case, to assert that a highwaY first insertion in instance iaj
fNantatfmt. fiber food; and clothing i every J 6r,3fik
than the Carroll voices which had j
Then it a little pain '* the mil, ACCOUNT OF RAIN; AGGREGATIONS '
htnceter. becmuts Judlth't brilltaot been tempered with Virginia metlcu- -
Dbrootthaart4 U tie wen< Emily loonies Emily liked him at once." TO PRACTICE: not even discussable. It ig'' Alfred P. SI_*. Jr., President,!I I Payment for classified adverI T

'- i "I. know 1C she apologized. "1don't simply impracticable. i a I General Motors: j I tiements is invariably in advance,|

deserve to be remembered." Why The National Safety I)I "Wehave reached a pint where I! but regular advertisers with ledger rW'r
He cmnecL "If Jude : I
Chapter 87 ever gets on
yoxr trail you haven't got a chanceof (By JOVE) Council (not the ministers), state i I I we are convinced the depressi |;i accounts may have their advertise-* '
i The second of the three-game is behind us.L IN PRIVATE USE, USES TO -
CARROLLTON ONCE MORE being forgotten. Not." be added the number of "drinking drivers"i i iI. I >: ments charged. | ACCOMPANY STAR fittOKTERS 011 J JT + ,

I JUDITH grinned adoringly alter thoughtfully "that I blame her. !I diamondball series between theLopez involved in fatal accidents has increased 1-----formDirec. Advertisers should give their ; +iEld CRIME ASS16NM NTS ; 3 s
Judith Lewis; W. Douglas, : ,
;* Interrupted gaDy.While Funeral Homers and Busy!
DaTld"His
young mother's I
sunny we're exchanging bouquets let'shave 29 percent Drinking tor of the Budget: {I j street address as well as their telei i
disposition. she chuckled. "Come I' Bee Bakers, which was scheduledfor I i
on up and get the Alabama sand a. cocktail. i drivers involved in non-fatal accidents I ''Theanous acts of the Newt:, phone number if they desire rej t j
last night: at Bayview Park. ,, of
'Out -of year ears." : have increased 50 percentunder Deal make a complete picture stilts!!
lifted the glass that Au was postponed on account of rain.. repeal. I So ialieach part fitting intoa t
"While JUDITH j I I With classified
Emily: bathed and changed each advertisement -
future! lay night at the same place and council has shown that alcohol asa '
chaise lounge and chattered tncessanUy. : I'i : ; I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask fort
,: Aubrey glanced sharply at her at the same time. contributing factor amounts to James A. Farley Postmaster it.

She and watching them Emily saw that The contending teams, whichare 60 percent of all accident cases. General: I 1 '
was Incredibly unchanged: in
neither expression had changed but battlnig for a silver loving Dr. H. A. Heise of Columbia 1 I without ,
appearance she looked the same mature that Judith had ; "People rerouurces can PERSONAL i EDMUND WENN.V .
and self-sufficient eighteen that single'Bligbt Inflection managed to with the s I cup as the prize for the ",,winner i Hospital. Milfau-ee' states that hardly be allowed to starve." I I N DISTINGUISHED CNGIKH' STAGE STM.VHOSE +1.

she bad been almost eight yean ago. situation convey will go out and practice every aft- i he finds a measurable loss of efficiency j i STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS,' \ 'LABURNUM GtCW WSKfGENTiy :
entire to her husband.
Suddenly she raised herself on one She sensed ernoon until the game is called j when as little as one I I William J. Camreon: Henry Ford's I INDIGESTION victims, why i. SIMPSON KX YEARS FINISHED i i A TVO-WW RUW
too that Aubrey had IN Nt\I'JQf.K AND IONOON, RAYS'
arm and looked keenly at Emily. Friday nightBatteries I j ounce of whiskey is consumed. ', man: suffer? For quick relief get a VOM FAME AS CEO ARIKS1 SCREEN
I accepted it and. secure In his con BUTUR, K CAff..-flRSHOP btu.1NE ilAf ROLE ef THE! KINDLY
"Of coarse It', none of my bast- fidence In Judith's Judgment had will be: C. Gates and < We have a ide-open town. I! "The American mind has made free sample of UDGA a doc-: : BISHOP VNO \HEtfS! SttVf Ar

'ness and I know I shouldn't ask. but approved it. That she realized with Irgraham for the Embalmers, and i thanks to the members of the City I a remarkable recovery of equilib- ,j tor's prescription, at Gardner's IUWIER.OUS\ CRIME !

1 can't stand the strain any longer. a surge of longing was what mar Walker or Tynes and. Gabriel for i Council, who have given Key West I rium." i Pharmacy.oct2479111416.18212325. '

Emily darling yon were so very riago should mean: that was what the Bakers. !! this unenviable reputation. As I : -1 t< uieitE M

,vague In your letter: Is this break she and Edwin would< never have The order of Caballeros de la ,i we read( the news in one of the George Barton Cvtten, President 23x WATSON:

permanent achieved In a lifetime. Luz is sponsoring these games 1 dailieswe, find every day a record I' Colgate University: umANtXNG fKjURE AN CF

and is giving the silver loving cup of the.drunks fined or imprisons "Nothing could threaten the FOR.. RENT t M AMERICAN THEATRE ,

to the winner of the three-game | or.both,, or"driving a car uni tare tzeriou5Iras'ociallegisla- : SIGNq HER CONTRACT vinfUffM

series. i i der the inftuemm( of'drink.j tion."as x.,. ", .,.. TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED VIAIOFiG-D TANeF

j Many factories= '-bar not only -- -- APAttTMENT.. Conveniences -' ''" PHONE ROM UEW VOf*

j l the drunkard but the drinker. An George Jean Nathan, critic: porches! 519 Elizabeth -r' TO HOlIytKDD!
SOCIAL: LEAGUE
street Apply 523 South-
engineer could not pilot tl.e engine "I don't know anyone who is

: over the railway .if he is a utterly happy outside an insane ard street. septl4 :

GAME TODAYBy ; drinker. I. '
j asylum. j I
"
j But any man-"lC'an come direct ...:....:..- FOR SALE MAUREEN O'SUUIVAN'SFATHER. 1coa
.
,/ i i from the saloon or worse !still Hugh S. Johnson, ex-head of I', 'r ., MAJOR O'S'UllNAN.M' I WOUWJEO: ', wf+
I { the night club after a night ofI NRA: PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed j By SHRWKEL! IN ItE{( BATE cf MONS: -

( JOVE) j I dissipation and will be able to "In my opinion the unemployment : cards $1.25. The Artman j,
'
The Social Diamondball League i'! take his car over the highway. problem is worse than it Press. ug7 "IT'S TRUE! that E. A. Dupont, director of 'Variety' and'

game yesterday afternoon was | if built. Rules and regulation ever has been. i++! other film classics, makes his Hollywood debut as director of,

Si postponed at the end of the second i mean nothing to him. Alcohol being | OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two ,The Bishop Misbehaves'," says artist Wiley Padan. ."Dupont
'
inning on account of rain. j a narcotic, affects the' brain I Roger W. Babson: : statistician: : bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office assisted in guiding the careers of such stars as.Emil Jannings. ,

The Beacon boys were leading the first I "We are today more honest ,I octlSlI Lya de Putti. Anna May Wong and others."
Bayview Park ten at that point of ;
Three lose their lives
.. j persons more reasonable and more .
the contest, 1 to 0. !j every hour through; motor-cars I, thoughtful of others than We have I' SECOND SHEETS 600 for 50cJj j -
this week ............
Games announced for killed the ............
: 40,000 are during year been !since! the World War. j The Artman Press. ng7j: under ether in Boston's Massa-
will be played in their regular or- !1.000.000 are injured and then I 1 1' I II chwetts General Hee ileL
cr will be Today In History
I der. Yesterday's contest J! from a town here drink can be Gvgltelmo Marconi inventor of I I PRINTING-Quality Printing at

{ played on a later date. i iI I! bought night or day even on the I,,I the radio: 1{: the Lowest Prices. The An-| ........................ 1859-Historic raid of John
I I, This afternoon the Administration -i 1! Lord's Day. it is proposed to have "The of science to man Press. aUg7 i
ten meets the High School < inability ,j 1786-U. S. Mint establishedin Brown on Harper's Ferry, Va.
I4 j a highway ov y the sea. : solve the mystery of death is ab
'
I I outfit. E. Roberts and Office Rueda will 1 j j We have had' safety of the rail- solute." i;::TYPEWRITING PAPER 500't Philadelphia. 1903-D WH>. with 3,,," followers .

be the battery for the boys !! way. A couple of disasters on a 't sheets, 75c. The Artman Press, j jI came to New York: to eon-
Woodson for I
and B. Pinder and !;
) i| highway-over-the-sea. the news II has brought to ; aug7'I
( I us our present experience -i I 1 reel city.
the ABC players. i s 1793-Marie Antoinette, Queen
sent by radio all over the land is reversed completely. I I I
The league standings show that j and our tourist business would I Respectfully. \ WANTED of France, executed.
I 1910-Waher W iimaa and five
and I I j
each club has won one game
slump as never. ALFRED DE i started frem Atlantic
BARRITT. cempanwn
"Thesooner I get used to It, the better." lost one. thereby. resulting in ai! So, sir. the action of many For The Railway j I WANTED dhanee to bid oni I II I II I I City, V J" to crew. Atlantic in a

Emily nodded slowly "Very. She lifted her own glass thinkingas four-way tie.Today's 1 1 prominent people of our town, the I I Key West, Fla., l your next printing order. The!; 1846-Dr. William T. G. M..- dirigible baftoon resetted in nuJ-

Judith collapsed on the coach and she drank of the vast spiritual ........................1 II refusal! by the City Council to give i Oct. 16 1935. \I Artman Press ang7< ton's historic first public operation' ocean a few days later
difference that separated Clstoc church- or school protection night
blinked at the celling. "Thank God!
I knew from Morton HalL Horoscope or day has thrown the whole city
it couldn't work and Fd been :
: into the hands of the vendors of
horribly afraid you were the kind Dinner even with the three ol ........ ...... ..... .. I
who would grin and bear it to the them had a festive air; for Judith drink. has destroyed all hope for

.bitter end. possessed the family gift for endowing Here is indicated an all-round !I a highway for Key: West.. '.

"I might have she confessed. If the most casual act with cere mentality kith a strong leaning' The policy of exaggeration, encouragement -|

,1 hadn't found out accidentally that mony. During the meal she talked toward scientific pursuits; com-I' of drinking and all)i

he _was doing the same thing. Not Incessantly."I prehensive and well-balanced'l night clubs and saloons, has beeni 1 FIRMSWho

i grinning, because he isn't that sort. didn't plan any sort of part careful in research, accurate in I a mistaken policy, and it is to be ,
'but bearing It." for tonight; there's too much to tali tabulating records; this person I hoped we have seen the worst of

Tell me about It." Judith com-- about. Alter I've had a detailed account should make a mark on the roll of if and may hope for better and

manded. of the last few years 111 call fame. and bring himself a pecuniary -; brighter and saner days )
in the neighbors and show Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemI
off,
Emily told her taking scrupulouscare you reward that will take him People who desire a certain at- \
but
to recount her own share In the not tonight. through life comfortably.John mosphere will reek and find it in |
failure. Judith brushed "I'm glad you didn't.Emily
that carelessly and I
larger places to our North
aside. fessed. "I'd rather get re-
Buchanan, a young Lon- South. Key West was never
"I know I know. You were Just as first. Not.she added to COD-1
;
don artist who has no hands won adapted for this kind of a tourist
"that It's a bit difficult I've I
,much blame Td
to as he was. but
have cast you off If you hadn't been." taken up where I left off eight an Imperial institute prize for a center. Our city will come back. JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S 1FT'S

Her eyes sparkled. "This Is better ago." picture painted holding his brush I We shall have brighter$: days and

than I dared to hope. Now you can Judith grinned. "That's my amazing between the stumps of his arms. it will!] come when the policy that j Has a taste and aroma that

stay on Indefinitely and we can hare personality. Except that you ---------- .-- ---.-- ---- I 328 SIMONTON ST i. only found ia geed coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY

a gorgeous time!" must have it too because Just seeing ....................... and you caD be tare that it's
makes ......................... I SPECIAL
Emily protested laughingly. "We yon me feel like a girlagain. IS fresh because it'. blended in
." 1101 Division Street
can't do everything your tone Implies Aubrey chuckled and beamed S P L U M BIN G tiny West.
I'm In a delicate position re Impart FOR SALE PLANTS and VINES
member." tally at them both. Emily PHONE 29
LARGO Ib 18c
"Xot down here you aren't. It's thought with amusement that his attitude ;

a position that this outfit will thor- towards Judith suggested an I :' V. & S., Ib 15e. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple

oughly understand and sympathizewith. old hen who had hatched a young I ,. ;.. .....' J"L... DURO PUMPS and.FaBey
." swan.She liked Aubrey Morton more .L.-o CroceneaPLUMBINGI
I I ... I
.
than ever ;;'" < SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
"But do have know ---- -
they to any '" '_$ .,, ... .- ; : NURSERY
thing about It?" she asked in eonsternaUon. I -._ I t 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
"I thought we wouldn't In her room that night Judith rana i ). :. .... \ ;;. .... .. I

even mention it." comb through her short cloudy : .... PHONE 348. Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits aDd Vegetables

Judith scowled at her. "Have you. hair and stared thoughtfully at her r _' v

or have you not. left your husband? reflection In the mirror. I 'g .
-
And if they know it In Elston It will "Carrollton is on the market
SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
again. she said.
leak down here sooner or later, so -

you may as well be brazen about it." Aubrey stopped undressing and atlaloya Jewfiah. 2 1b. 3Sc INS U RAN C E
looked ruspiciously at her. He didn't #
sighed. "All right. 1 suppose bother to remind her that It was he a t MM Ne w tftAAIa Yellowtail Steak, 2 n.: 3Sc THE KEY WEST:

SHE sooner I get used to it the who had given her that piece of In- Yellowtail oa Bose. 2 Ib. 2Sc Office -3U Daval Street

better off 111 be. formation; he knew that Judith was y Grouper, Z lb. 25c "
SUNDAY STAR
Judith rose. "Dorinda will unpackthe merely thinking aloud.
"So what?" Snapper 2 1M. 25c
trunk and the rest of those wIt TELEPHONE NO.1
things. Come oa down and let me can be bought for the priceof Mutton Fish 2 Ibs. 25c:

show you to Aubrey. the mortgage. And since Harrow Subscription 12 Per Year

Emily had been prepared to like didn't mortgage U until after the .A FRESH SHRIMP Try Yr IIIe AI
,
i W -TH :
Aubrey Morton for Judith's sake. market crash the amouncan't be 1 h III Large Select Oysters Key Wed Only Sunday -

(bat she had reckoned without Ju- much. Bankers weren't having any Fresh Crab Mea iD 1b cans 65e Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant

dith's unerring Instinct for people. plantations by that time. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER-ALLEN
\ubre111'u fattish as Judith had "It's probably not worth much," Business Office Citizen .d.eiau Beer __?._ lie

,said: with glasses and not much Aubrey reminded her. "Harrowhasn't .; f LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sz C..... Dinners, __
,balr. lIe was barely as tall as Judith spent a cent on It. and the ', --I COMPANY
land was obviously ten or twelve land's 1 been going down ever since he -' I PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ---- Ae. nc.as.. .

!Tears older, but you knew immediately bought It. What are you up to now%" 1 I

] that Ire was Just the sort of fCoryrtgtj.lS5.: '{... fty iforiam Simt) ,
:
man Judith should have married. AARON McCONNELL
mily has an early breakfast to Our Reputation is Wrap. 'PRITCHARD
Behind the glasses his wereToday's
eyes morrow. l.li 536 Fleming Street

pad ia every package JENNIE B. DE BOER
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I I FUNERAL HOME
.......................ti I. New' York' City, born at Marissa,I JiIP.M of

IIL. 56,years ago. Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead .,
Birthday* I Watch E Spa ath'wiDae -
DIpUW
: I r PRINTING
:: street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof toe
Proctor F. Cook ("Ted Cook"), Courtesy
of Beverly Hills CaL, columnistand I the sea and overlooking Coral Park, DONE BY US
Vincent M. Miles of Fort Smith j
Ark., member of the Federal So | humorist, born at Pontiac. For price and terms apply to NOTARY PUBLIC
LICENSED EMBALMER
Ill., 44 WATCHMAKER JEWELER
cast i>ecuut.y" Board born at IMai I; years ago. I -THE-

Va. AND ENGRAVER
on 50 years ago. .
L. P. ARTMAN
Dr. Gordon J. Laing of the See Him For Your Next Wilk ARTMAN PRESS Aslr.Iase. s-.s. -

Univ. of Chicago, dean of the Di- I
Eugene O' eil1. America's great The Citizen Office ALL PRICES REDUCED
vision Humanities
of born at London I Citizen LADY ATTENDANT
playwright torn in New York Blig.
I Ontario, 66 years ago. or I Ho.nr 9 t. 12-1 t. Citizen OffICe
City. 47 years ago. PHONE 51
Open Saturday Nights S4I If...
Residence Whitehead Street Sleep ,
Will Harridge president of the 1309

Roland J. Hamilton, president of I American Baseball League born in t 1 l r

the American Radiator C Company, I Chicago, 49 years ago. .................. ...... ......................,











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AT DEPOTTO ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS TO SUBSCRIBERSIf SaNmgd- CUMBERLAND }Id. JamesP. I PITTSBURGH CaHf.-Dr. F.

Moore of this city was given a E. Townsend, of this city author -

.55.5..5..5.5..5.. yea do net receive your suspended !sentence and warn-) of the much discussed old
BEREMOVEDFERRY Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the a. 1
Arrange ing against harsh measures' when] age pensien plan, was of of three
PageantFor Checks and Tax Bills of Individual Na-
Every ; I afternoon, call telephone 51 o charged with chaining his 9-year-1: !!

TomorrowThe tional and International Problems Inseparable .. I none of the three hurt.
was
UNLOADING APRON From Local WelfareAs yofcr Ia..... A complaint boyis I

Young People's Society oi I on duty at this office from LEGALSLEGAL i "-
AT PORT EVERGLADES; IF YOU LOVE MOTHER
the Fleming Street Methodist 6:15 to 7:15 m. for the ,
I p.
the war guns spit in Ethiopia after the President had to
Church will present a pageant, entitled WILL RETURN HERE FOR gone of %OTICEPursuant THEM TELL HER THISI
the big political guns are the sea on the cruiser Houston, it purpose delivering com to Chapter 1S8S1, Lawsof
.Challenge of The Cross," ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT I being bdought into play in the 'was met by the head of the party- plaint Help n. give you 100percent _== T Florida the undersigned will cceelre -

kt the church tomorrow evening, United States. Early October out-of-power, Mr. Hoover who serrice by caling 51 -Kday.until Octnbrr It:"35 a.. m.ItU.on';at Wed.the I 87 AND EAT AND SLEEP WELL

beginning at 7:30 o'clock. r marked the real beginning of ,the apparently opened the Republican if yea do not receive The Citi- I 5 Mr 'rnor'B Office in Tallahasso GO TO CHURcH-RE&ULARlV ANDo
Florida. sealed offerings of tnattrrrdor
Much interest centers in this! Reports received at Key West great campaign of 1936. It was campaign of 1936 with a ringing sea.rmmm. .t unmaturrd Rna and Bridge'itiehwav E ATTEND PARTIES.1 NEVER

entertainment, it is statedand it today indicate that the Ferry E..I! then, in the words of Time, that, speech at Oakland. California. MONROE. or COUNTY Refunding: FLORIDA.All Bond. of I FEEL TIRED.; I TAK&VINOLlRQN,

trada Palma. which left here 1\Ion-1\ "13 months before he was to de- This speech by the only living ex- '5 offerings submitted Mt'ItT RE TONIC RE&ULAIUy AND THIS IS
is expected that a large number fend his Presidential title against, than FIRM FOR TEN: IYS St'RSK: ,
1 day night with a number of cars president was more usually :", t
THEY SAY TAU IS CHEAP. QUEST: TO TUB DATE 'H?>OPEN- a,. WHAT KEEPS ME UP-
will be in attendance. for Port an as yet unnamed Republican important it, for the first ,
KEMP HURT .
I and .the ferry apron JOHN ING.: i e. through November 9, K''q, 7\ 'VINOLTASTESGOODGet I
Everglades arrived safely and at challenger Franklin Delano' time since he went down to defeatin HOW ABOUT LONG DISTANCE? and must state full flame. 'de' I 1 : /
j
Garden Clab To '.r *'] once began removing the apron Roosevelt jogged out of Washington -': 1932. Mr. Hoover directly at GARDEN KEY scription bonds and Interest serial rate numbersof date d OROO6ISTSHAVE 1T

for a 3,000-mile stretch of and AT of Issue date of "
for installing at the newly con tacked by name by jnference. .5555 555..es 555555555555 maturity and "'
Conduct Meeting I structed slip. political roadwork. Champion definite acts and policies of the price of asked.interest Bonds must that be are offered in default at'ft ,i' Your

As soon as this is in readinessthe Roosevelt felt it was not too early President. Even when he Iras POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS .FLAT price which price: shall be at

There will be a meeting of the cars which were carried from for him to go through his paces campaigning in 193?, Mr. Hoover: INJURED MAN BROUGHT TO understood Burn to bonds be the WITH price askedfor ALL yiNOL Today

Key West Garden Club held to-I; Key West, F. E. C. water cars, for the benefit of some 50,000-' if this writer's memory is correct MATURITIES OF PAST I>fK. f OrientalP6umacy"Jaekse.vllle's

morrow morning, beginning at 10:I Pullman cars and the Shedd 000 voters who will turn thumbsup stuck to principles, steered clearof KEY WEST ON COAST DEFAULTED: OR UNPAID COUPONS .
ATTACHED. and notice
o'clock at the West Woman's or down on him in 1936. Leaser personalities, and on only ;: a eadieg
Key Aquarium car Nautilus, will( be one GUARD PLANE :is hereby given that If any such
Clubhouse on Division street.A I unloaded and sent to their desti lights had played their parts-' occasion in that bitter fight spoke CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER coupons have been detached prior to I I THE

request is made for a large' nations.It it was time for the chief to lead, the name of Roosevelt. 12, 1935 delivery andjor purchased of any hereunder bonds accepted the face!I

number of members, I is understood that future his legions into battle. j Mr. Hoover said that the Roose- ..55..5..55..5.5...... value of such missing coupons will be
John Kemp, of Keyest, em- deducted from purchase price; and 11 R.td"I
trips are to be made to Key West The President's speeches on his' velt administration "is now ployed at the Fort Jefferson project For Mayor offerings must be submitted on this

P.-T. A. Council by the ferry for the purpose of' trip constituted direct, non-a po- clutched in the meshes of-the gigantic on Garden Key, was broughtto DR. H. C. GALEYFor basis. Sealed envelope containingsuch R GO' Asa
offerings shall
plainly Mate on I
stock logctic defenses of what he and spending bureaucracy it has
To Hold removing other rolling Key West in a Coast Guard its face that it is a proposal for the
MeetingThere
which remain at the terminal. his Administration have done.| created. lie went on to say that plane this morning suffering Mayor sale of Monroe County bonds. tt I istiby
When these cars have been First address, for example, was at' unless the budget i is balanced "we The right is reserved to reject: =b
from cut the1arm : and all offerings of
a severe on WM. H. MALONEFor any or portions
will be a meeting of the taken, pumping and machine shop Fremont, Nebraska., in the heart shall see one of these three horsemen offerings.
which attention
P.-T. A. Council held on Thurs- and other valuable equipment of the farm belt. There Mr.'i rave lie;ijhand--taxation re t uircd.,infcpediate., Reelection i I STATE BOARD OF FLORIDA OF ADMINISTRATION -

day afternoon, beginning, at 3 which has been lying idle for the Roosevelt stood four-square fovone .,.repudiation k* inflation." lie denounced Advices*bflhe< Ii 'received I 1'arld Sholtz. Governor, as President -
injury were -
o'clock at the Division Street past 45 days is to removed and of his most important legi.slative -' the_ s'g: peal) reliefl"ogt"am.ln.aw late yesterday: at the FERA For Councilman i J. .M. Lee. State Comptroller, as Jsrks..viile.. FlerMaCHAS.
the AAA. At Salt like hat the1' last DR. ARMANDO COBO ,
announcewent set up at other points along the pets, offices affffTTeriWfeift(! W m. Klaus V 'Secretary O. GRI ER. MMat-n-
today.A right of way of the road, it is City, he praised Philippine independence -, Republican J9dmini.,tration (his U. S. N., in conunanJ the:Naval II J Treasurer.W V. Knott State Treasurer as A human home-like Institution
request is made for a large said. Nothing in the way of one o( the major acts own) had provided...sound, economical.tcliS.for For Councilman octlC-It where yon will find year Individual
Station, was'asked &ead a radio .. .
e i>fert entertainment a m.t.ler
attendance. equipment which can be utilizedat of his administration in the field: ; tba.needy, and CLIFFORD G. HICKS .
of importance.A
to Coast Guard headquarters great
i of foreign affairs. At Boulder I that the Roosevelt administrationhad message
other points is to be left at
that sent
asking a planebe PALACEGeorge -
Church Circle Key West it is understood. City, Nevada he dedicated the, undtfne'the'good work achieved For Councilman .
to Garden Key.. I ateel leeate
t A flrrnre r nnlUInc
great Boulder Dam-and spoke* then, In effect his speech wasa MARCOS A. MESA SR. O'Brien in .
l the heart t the
city
Plans Social ........................ aggressively in defense of Federal:,; clarion call to Republicans to This the the injured lieutenant man did was advisingthat suffering !r.l' COWBOY MILLIONAIRE 1 -o-

i Public Works spending, and,join shoulder to shoulder in a For CouncilmanJIM Every Room with Combination Tub
HOWDY: \ KEY WEST! from acute blood poisoning, Comedy and Serial
Annual Hallowe'en Social
oi I government in the-power-busi-1 fight: to bring back into govern- that immediate medical attentionwas ROBERTSFor and Shower Bath. Radio. Klectrio

the Ladies' Aid Society of the ness. Thus it went, in set and in-!! ment the principles of their party. required and that the plane be liDee: 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-lSc Ceiling Ventilation Fan Comfortable Slat Door for Bed Summer with

Ley Memorial Church wil take I formal speeches made all along I These recent events have done Police Justice Mattresses of Inner Spring Con.
By RED KERCEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeee instructed to stop at Key West on
,place next Tuesday. i his route. It is significant that he!much to clarify vagueness: surrounding the flight south. T.S.CAROFor BENJAMIN LOPEZ truction\ Lamps.and Individual Reading *

The affair will be held on the I said nothing concerning a new the political situation,
Arriving at the yacht basin the FUNERAL HOME
church grounds starting at 5 p. m. At last a large number of peer I constitutional amendment, a much]!(:are helping: to bring the issues RATES
boarded
........ ple are giving considerable debated issue. Most experts now i>: into bold relief. One news magazine plane was by a surgeon Chief of Police: Serving Key West _. .. .alsgie_
................ from the Marine hospital and Miss i"'" n Private Bath .2.
thought to the possibilities that think that he will continue to say! has observed that the forthcoming MYRTLAND CATES Half Century q Ren. Private Bath ...... :I-M
the world might soon come to its Betty Maloney, in charge.of the 24 Hour Ambulance ServiceLicensed to Re .s. Private Bath .... Lee
PERSONAL nothing about it in the future- battle will be the greatest I
MENTIONS itj I .
and the M Beers
airport, flight was con- Private Bath 5.s'is
end; it's come already to about and become since that the main issue Embalmer ..
is too dangerous might 1896 and tinued. For Captain of Police tianivle Rs> Private Bath4.e*
everything else. I Phone 135 Night 696-\\ I4LIUIIT I.NCRRASR FOR DOI7BL.BOCVDPAMOY
S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S U. a boomerang. will be the same one that Mc- When the Key was reached the ALBERTO CAMERO I << ;

I Thus opened the campaign of!I Kinley and Bryan fought over= the the ,
C. E. Boring, Charles and surgeon gave wound necessary
The has recently '
government shortly ------ -------
the party-in-power. And, sound For Captain of Police
money.
attention
Marcia Boring were arrivals on appropriated $10,000 to finance I I after which Kemp
the Cuba this and will I boarded the plane and the ROBERT J. LEWIS
morning the counting of redwood trees in I I --- ----, group 0 Ex ApOnr
spend a while in Key West. returned to Key West. "Bobby"
California. It might be a suggested -SUBJECTS WATCH REMOVES OWN TONSIL
idea to Jimmy Durante that he
Mrs. C. S. Elbertson, who was I EDWARD'S HEALTH
keep moving if ever in a forest HAMMONTON\ N. J.-Sitting n nvr 'Ql t01'BTO
visiting with her Cornelius in I
son, when the statistics are being
Tampa was a returning passenger in a chair before a mirror in his To You
compiled. Some of these amateur (Continued from Page One) Help OUR rs
on the S. S. Cuba this: counters might just glance at the William III, was eldest daughter office, Dr. A. L. Esposito of this ,

morning. i limbs. I I, of their deposed predecessor,I city, removed his own left tonsiL
AVOID MANY COLDS
I: -- 1[;James II, and they were succeeded .s
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Smith
ar-I Charles86 years old. ended]I i by Mary's sister, Anne. I Miss Helen Stephens; of Fulton,
rived this morning from Tam- his life hitting himself If the should happen ; At the first nasal irritation or sniffle,
today by I I unexpected Mo.\ recently broke the world'srecord ** of /
pa, the first visit in five years,I on the head twelve times with a I and the present Prince of in the 220-yard dash for : apply Vicks Va-tro-nol-just a few drops TTERY soon each our<

and will remain indefinitely. i claw hammer, then stabbing him-I, Wales never succeed to the title I women at Toronto Canada, her M 'up each nostril. Used in time, it helps fcr Ai will be receiving an

self in the chest and cutting his of "King Defender of the Faith time being 23.9 seconds. prevent many colds entirely. invitation "y OUT Wedding;and
Mrs I. N. Meltzer and
,
son throat.-New York Sun. It was! and Emperor of India," his brother -j
Charles Curtis who be the best looking invitation we can get"
Meltzer we want it to
are believed, locally that the man be the Dike of York, only a year II
at the home Caroline I VICKS VA-TRO-NOL
guests family FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE
lieved in capital punishment. and a half his junior, stands as the I

and Simonton Directs, will next in line. t. REGUlAR SIZE 30c .-. DOUBLE QUANTITY SOcSTEAMSHIP Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
leave for the home in Miami
tonight Rigged individualism exists still|j i Then in order, come the Duke very finest; and that is why,we are inviting you to inspect our
after of week.
a stay one
scientists. A from of York's daughters Eliza- NEW YORK ----- ---
among group young
remarkable line of Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations -
Rochester N. Y. University is try! beth, 9, and Margaret Rose. 5; genuine

Mrs. Carmen Fernandez and ing to produce radium by splitting)!the Duke of Connaught, the Dukeof BOSTONFrom and Announcements in the Favored Styles of to}).
daughter, -Miss Lucia, arrived on and Co.
atoms. Kent and the latter's new son.
the S. S. Cuba this morning for a P&O
t visit :with relatives and friends. I Key West alternate Fridays UNITED STATES FAST I THE ARTMAN PRESS
Bees that refuse to sting are Steve Skaritka, of Chicago, HI., MAIL ROUTES FOR r
being bred in New Jersey. A move owed his life to a police dog which From New York alternate Tue.I .-
Will Baez, formerly with the CITIZEN BUILDING
is being placed on foot to cross, heard his cries after he fell in the I days MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I
Florida East Coast Railway in
them with mosquitoes. I river and led a watchman to the: From Boston alternate Saturdays Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays and ... .
leave
will
Key West tonight -
on -
spot. Saturdays 8:30 A. M. '- _:-A1' _
II AIM -\K\V ORLEANS to KEY WEST -
the S. S, Florida for Miami wherehe
i is to be added to the office Many persons who let their I Alternate "...........,... Arrive Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays I
.
force of the Clyde-Mallory\ Linesas I conscience be their guide stay lost!I On first-class railroads of the Key Rest aecea. day fellowta 6:30 P. JLLeave ---- --

assistant cashier. He will be ac- in a fog. United States are approximately CLYDEMALLORYV. Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. I'
25,700 passenger cars, 9,000 Pullmans r.lI'.ArIIII"'II""I"'I.I
I (
companied by Mrs. Baez and her The average person is of the and 2,200 dining, parlor 1U Sale of tickets for Havana will top at 8:00 A. M. I
sister Miss Phyllis Richardson.Miss M1TII.HowCalotabs Ap.t.
opinion that whatever happens tomorrow ) and other cars used in passenger ? For further information call Phone 71
Kest "
Key
Moraima Ochoa left this can't be any worse than trains. ( .. J. H. COSTAR, Aienl. "Make Your Paper Pay

what's happening today. _
morning on the Steamship Cuba I -- I I
for Havana where she will spenda Ii
vacation of several weeks with Brief social item of general interest Help Nature '
i
relatives. : Mrs. porkcus and several I You Dividends! !
1
piglets show no intention of returning I

Joseph Saunders, assistant", from a visit to the stra- To Throw Off a Bad ColdMillions !

agent of the P. and O. S. S. com- tosphere. "LieACakeOflce"FOODSTUFFS I
for : have found In Calotabs a Second. Calotabs are diuretic to the
pany, expects to leave tonight most valuable aid in the treatment kidneys promoting the eliminationof
Port Everglades to Uke chargeof ECZEMA of colds. They take one or two tab- cold poisons from the System. Thus Money Saving Prices *
lets the first night and repeat the Calotabsscrve the double purpose of f .
the offices of the Florida East I tchiinrf third or fifth night U needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of ,
How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment I !r r / "Oil ,! P4 .
Coast Car Ferry company to operate For relief throw off a cold? First Calotabs Is of colds. q _t ,4i ,,,rrq I I
between that port and Ha quick one of the most thorough and deCalotabs are quite economical; 1 i I Iri Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad- S
from the fiery tormeat I pendable of all intestinal eliirunants. only twenty-five cents for the family
vana. ,, and to control I thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial verti.era. closely for special savings on your S
the incessant itching, I the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package (Adv.)
A. S. Caviness.: of the United use soothing l'e.iDol. I I I i, household necessities.: Make your paper pay you 1

States Immigration service in Key It helps nature heal Jh dividends. The most interesting news in the

West will leave tonight on the sick,irritated.J.. lI.. I I'fC.I.I :I .I.I.I.I.I.I: ;; .I.I.I.liI!'. paper today is the advertising where you can

Florida with his family having Get ajar today. t
been transferred to Miami.BumsteadsVormSyrup. f= save many dollars on the family budget by

I / I Iiy patronizing those merchants who advertise their

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T._._rhUdrm_. _are a*a..ancl folio 1 ,.of....merry IT ."M\t.K where MONROE THEATER i.1 I ,, I It r, I THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE,COST
rAIL !> imrrllT and s..nws
OTt .. KINKIMN.: It cOHtatUnit -. rsu d..a, "tt'm. Powell-Louise Rainer ak I I OF LIVING DOWN TO THE'LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S -
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vr .. med Ma a bwttl I 1 I
s.&. C. A. \n.hra. M. '!.. rbiwdelabi! a I Landi-Paul Cavanah in i PURSE. .

SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I WITHOUT REGRET I For Sale .

11 Matinee: Balcony, 10c; Orchestra I A merchant: who advertises his prices
-oa- 1525cKEY in all metal ICE
I ; 15-20t Night: w kept our .
WAVESTwo ..55SS..S.e..SS.SSS.5.e i REFRIGERATORS, are as cool: fresh and charged a customer: 20 cents for an Article I that. a .,

Permanents S5.00\ i\. WESTCOLONIAL healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.

....... II I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand Why this big difference? S

Better W.., $5.00 and up I HOTEL 5 Bundles for absolutely airtight.

MRS. MILLER
5c
Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J I: In the Center of the Business 1 $30.00 and $35.00EASY By patronizing the merchants who present

and Theater District 25 in bundle I
their prices frankly and openly each:: week O
i. TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIAL :: you

LADIES AID ANNUALHALLOWE'EN I First Clau-F1reprf- ,! -On Display At- help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT $

S.n.ihl. Rales OF KEY WEST.


Ley Memorial Church SOCIAL Ground COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI THE KEY WEST CITIZEN Thompson Ice Company Inc. S .

dividends S
iMake
your paper pay you
Tuesday, October 22, 5 p. m. Carat Elevator I
EVERYONE WELCOME 1 PHONE: NO. 8 1
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