The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
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IS S Awoclated Serviie.Press Day WIrt I Utb 1k W, tZt CC! ttt3dfl most Key c West equable Florida weather has in the the

For 55 Years Devoted to the YCP country; with an average

Best Interests of Key Welt range of only Fahrenheit

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Hoover Borah May Not Run I TREVOR, STOWERS ''Price Reviews Many Charges TAX REVISION Visiting Officials Confer


But They're Seen As Keys I, ON BRIDGE ISSUETO I Hurled Against "New Deal" ; STATERECORDS With Local RepresentativesOn

Republican Roosevelt Supporters Answer STATEMENT ISSUED REVEALS Highway, Bridge

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Question As To Who Will RELIEF WORKERS COMMISSIONB. Present Administration PUBLIC FUNDS 1. PLANNING BUSSERVICE Group Taken For Ride'


,' Be Nominee Of Party OFFERED COURSEAT OVER Over City Arid Shown

D. Trevor and J. R. Stowers, fir Aikorlafru1 rrrsn J

Very ,Outstanding In UNIVERSITY members of the Monroe County' SELDEN, HEADING MOVE. i By By-mpRICE;; I II' JACKSONVILLE Fla, Oct. 21. HIGHWAY\ ROUTEFLORIDA Progress Made By Government \-

Political Field Road and Toll Bridge District MENT, FEELS SOUTHERN (Chief .r Hmrrmm. The Aa.mIated, -The Florida Tax Revision '
t'rrnn Vtmnhlmflfm. ) i Organization "
.. Commission, left by speed boat I' League of Jacksonville said in aUxgram"
PENINSULA WOULD BENEFIT Putting aside individual issues,
OPPORTUNITY TO BE GIVEN this morning for Miami where statement here that MOTOR LINES MAKE

IN ARRANGEMENT i the Republican indictment-against its records showed 62 members of
they will be joined by T. Jenkins
By BYRON PRICE Official and FERA
(Chief .r B........ The AueelatrdGuesses Curry; another member of the I i the "new deal" may bp summed the 1935 legislature "are now, or
Pre. Wa.al.at.al WORKERS EDUCATION AT commission. I Iit have been at some time since WITH HOPES OF RESUMING were in Key West over the week-
about prospective Re. I I I Ray Selden, attorney of Day- i op, as it stands today, in a few
GAINESVILLEKey I The purpose of the trip is to their election, profiting directlyor I OPERATIONS end to study condition '* Monroe
; tona Beach Florida, who heads I
publican presidential confer with Judge W. II.'Burwell !'' brief specifications: indirectly from public funds !
the and Key and to
c&Ddidacie.1 I movement for making two it County along the
other than from their office
cover a very wide I chairman of the commission. and:! That it is unsound economically. as
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out of Florida,
Western. are to be given; an P. L. Wilson, the other member 't. legislators. Florida Motor Lines plan operation meet and confer with repr** l-
the last analysis the conjecturesnow J I that the meeting to be held to discuss i That it is not working in practice.i The league said 29 legislatorsare
\ j I I opportunity to take a course in (j relative to the'proposed application this matter will be in the "directly one the payroll of I I I of busses into Key West as live citizen of Key West and tlte
center mainly around two I 1! Workers Education to be given at for loan for the I That it i* contrary to the Con the state. Fonr members I soon as ferries and roads are in
a bridges. now or
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i Angebilt Hotel at Orlando, Mon- {I' leader in the Key West Ad
men Herbert Hoover and William ,I the University of Florida. Only This conference 'was -arranged i stitution. That it violate the; have been emnloyed in some ca-|i I condition for traffic and are now
those on relief rolls are eligiblefor i day, October 28. pacity with the fet'eral govern-I'!! !making preparations for this serv- ministration

E. Borah. 1'I. the courses. following the 'meeting held last']j Invitations have been extended i Democratic promises of 1932. I ment, 13 members are or have I I)II Ice.
Friday night in the High School been wits the minor T. Osteen of the Discussing possible con c.
jto mayors of 58 cities and these I employed I I Isubdivisions I B. manager
This does not mean that the A letter to this effect was received 'I The first three of these charges '
auditorium when it was the sense. are expected to attend with as qf government, and ;; company, is seeking certain infor- tion of the highway and brid|
I Arthur
nomination lies between these J : today by State Senator of the meeting that the commission -I have been discussed widely and 17 members are profiting directly : -I j. mation and to this end sent! a telegram -

I Gomez outlining the pro- meet and make arrangements'''j many representative citizens as I'i Mr. Roosevelt' supporter have: or in irecU. fr,m state funds j I today to State Senator Arthur local persons attending a comFerence ,}

two. Indeed, the most prevalentguess cedure to be followed and 'the ';, can make it possible. The idea replied to them at some length. through the employment ofi immediate Gomez:, as follows: .
to to Washington! to make yesterday afternoon beFore
I qualification of. applicants. go ;! will be discussed from every angle I t members of their family on :I "Understand, people of Key
of all is wkether either of It has been argued on the ad-
They must have some know- another request for the loan and and committees appointed to state jobs, contracts with the I West urgently in need of trans- the official left, empresscd
them will be a candidate at alL I grant I j i I handle the proposition in the dif-I I ministration side that new economic state, fees or otherwise/! I portation service. Florida Motor

I It is understood that both Mr. ferent sections of the state effected I measures were necessary if Judges Listed I, Lines; desires to resume operations the unanimous opinion that efforts .
It does mean, however, that no economics I the the to be Four members "appointed to I into West road
j rescued
I Stowers and Mr. Trevor will return -'! by proposal I I country was Key as soon as ; should be exerted to have
discussion of the outlook can go perience, if possible, in business;" tomorrow morning on the i Mr. Selden believes the creationof from the depression; that the positions arid commissioned directly I''I and ferry service are available,

very far without someone saying II I and the industrial field. Sympa-I Steamship Florida.i another state out of south Florida II beneficial results are apparent in' bv the' governor" were listed I dependent upon reasonable ferry 'constructed an independent high
thetic attitude towards workers will be of great advantage to II as Circuit J"djce A. D. Mc- charges for busses. As our representative -
either, "if we only knew what I I I
\ *,; and the organized labor move-1I I (the southern peninsula that the I improved economic conditions; Neill of Jacksonville, Circuit I please inform us if our way.
Hoover mean to do," or "The: ment.I I i DEL and that "new deal" policies do N. Sandler of Tampa i ,
I i PINO LOSES idea will not be frowned upon by' Judge Harry service is desired by your citizens :Malcolm :M"rHr, fiord representative -
thing would be much easier to 1 I I I I Each trainee will receive trans- the national government, and it not actually violate the Constitution Circuit Court Clerk O..P. Hern-:. and best rate ferry can make for

figure if Borah could be induced'r portation to and from the train- CASE UP BEFORE I will mean two more representatives i but merely apply constitu- don of Sanford and Assistant !|l:r daily schedule. Immediate action -, for the WPA in this re-

to announce his real intentions." ing center and weekly compensa- :. in the upper house, for all of tional principles in the light of. State Attorney J. M.' McKinney of i is necessary, as special equip- had been .
i I tion of of which will Cross !.! gion guest by Harry Hopkins
: $15 out they Florida. the greatly changed necessities of City.McKinney ment must be purchased. Wire
For no matter how sure the]S I; pay room and board. Living expenses SUPREME COURTUNLESS II the present day. I resigned! this week ,1{ full information as soon as pos- Works Progress Adwiaistra-

political prophets may pretend toj:' will probably be about $9 I II There remains the final chargeof as! assistant state attorney, saying j jI jsible.i .

be when they speak for publica-j['I per..week.I t TWENTY LEAVE bad faith. Republican spokesmen -; could: not devote the required!i Senator Gomez will have all tor, WasMsetva, to mk the sur-
I'he i.
Applicants desiring to take ad- '' to the position. The tern: -']i!'
tion, it can be set down with cer- i : are declaring with increasing necessary: information ready this Accompanying I... were
tainty that they will remain dis- I vantage of this opportunity are APPEAL IS MADE TO ABOARD PLANE[frequency that the most vital, tion came after J. Irving Walden j' afternoon, he told... _Thfr Citizen.j vey. 1 +

't bed"an -,li.W.f uT in"tbetr"W11'-adviccil T*,-do so at O'IIcei HIGHER TRIBUNAL DEFENDANT .I features! of the Democratic platform t( Sarasota! attorney, annotmcedhefI 1 1i j He bas contacted the interested Marvin "porter, ref$ JTwPA en? -

minds unless and until Hoover i: their applications with Senator I. on which Mr. Roosevelt was I would file court proceedings to parties in Key West and feels con-
Gomez. WILL SOON START, contest employment of McKinney'j 't gineer; E. A. PeJBC'..... State
and Borah declare themselves. I ; ; elected have been scrapped; and I I fident that matters will be arranged -
Republican Contrast I SERVING TIME I TEN PASSENGERS ARRIVE IN thus far most Democratic leaders I j and other legislators. :]I in a satisfactory man- WPA administrator, aM Conrad

I CITY have ignored the accusation, or at i The taxpayers league said legislators -'. nero
The reasons for this are apparent CIRCUIT COURT Van HyniBg, State ERA. admin-
I I I I least have undertaken no complete I i who "are, or have been"
The two are regarded by
I. MORNING reply to it.. employed with the state road department istrator. Mr. Miller. will make his
voters as personifying the Unless I his.
imany CONVENED TODAYDOCKET attorney I I I Hoover' Indictment j "a board appointed by 'ANNOUNCE DEATH
two Republican schools of thought. case to a higher court than the "
the Reps. CaspianI dire AdministratorHopkins.
II The weight attached to this governor are report; tiy to
Each possesses a potential influence I supreme court of Florida, Juan I I I Hale. of Volusia. A. .A. Price of
There were 10 the indictment in : .
*' of Republican
passengers arriving part OF ROBT. AUSTINWAS
not claimed by any other can del Pino will start in a short time, I I Hardee, M. R. Driver of Polk J. :
on the plane from Miami j| quarters is evidenced by the 4
didate. The strength of both SOUNDED to serve his sentence of 40 years I I Columbia W. C.
I yesterday morning, and in the aft- '][" prominence given it by :Mr. Hoover W. Burns of Befbre the.. conference yester-
seems to be augmented by the imposed last year by Judge Jef- 'I { Godwin of Washington W. R.
SET FOR TRIAL DURING ernoon 20 passengers were on the in the keynote address he recently -
contrast in their personalities and ferson B. Browne whe.i Pino was aircraft when it left 4 o'clock for delivered at Oakland. Dixon of Jackson W. A. Bonifayof PROMINENTLY IDENT1 day afternoon, M, E. Gilfond, district -
methods and by the fact that each I TERM found guilty; of killing Peter Fer- i Miami. I. Santa Rosa, W. F. Robinson of
After suggesting that the Demo- FID: IN REAL ESTATE CIRCLES WPA director and J.
is surrounded by a certain air of nandez. I Wakulla Dan Kelly of Nassau, C. Gerry
I Arrivals were: Robert Hart, 'I crats would have polled far fewer
of Fernandez took
mystery.Mr. M. Duncan, Frank Sosin, B'I votes three years ago if they had W. Larson of Clay, Bascom O. HERE 10 YEARS AGO Curtis, his assistant, took the
Hoover is the titular leader!I Circuit Court of the 20th Judi- place in Augrst and in Septembera i LaCa? ini. George Mills disclosed their intent to increase Hardee of Levy and Senators J.
of his party. He has been Presi- special term o: cricuit court was and H. officials tear of the
cial Circuit for the fall term, con- Frank Lewinsky, Mrs J. Lancelot I||I maintain deficit W. Turner of Cedar Keys visiting on a
expenditures a
dent. He polled (in 1928)) more with called by Judge Browne to bring of Zolfo
this G. Murphy Springs.
vened morning Judge I
the to trial Lester and daughters Misses and increase the number of government Death of Robert B. Austin in island, showing the work and progress
votes than other Republican] case ,
with the
any I Jefferson B. Browne, presiding; i Leonella and Ophelia, and Luis employes, the former Listed as "employed Harbor Hospital, New York City,
in history. In the ;year of Republican -|!| Assistant State Attorney J. L. Lester -' When found :jfuHty: Pino's attorney i Mesa. |I I President continued: motor vehicle commission a com- yesterday, is announced: in a telegram which has been accomplished
filed notice of
disaster, 1932, he polled i Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Chief an appeal I Departures Mr. and Mrs.\ Jeff mission appointed by the governor -
: "They would have lost : from his son, John W. Austin -
tritl and since
better than 15,000,000 votes. a new that I ." William Griffisof under FERA and
Mr. Borah hero to'i'i Deputy B. C. Waite and a group{t ti time the case '.as argued before Spottswood, George W. Davis, more votes had they informed us were Reps. to The Citizen received Urn:
is popular : Johns of
a Okeechobee, C. H.
i of attorneys present. ] William L. Wilson, Nash D. Lloyd. that they would abandon the gold morning. The session yesterday afternoon
large sections of the electorate. ,! I the supreme court at Tallahassee.i Bradford. G II. Smjth of De-
{| After sounding the docket the John F. .
Carpenter, Gertrude C.
I standard that they would Jevalue Robert B. Arstin will be remem-
His name has been a household, Parks J. E.j Today a telegram Deceived, sign-! ; soto, B, L. Simmons of Santa( had been called and arranged by
case of George G. vs Huntsman Stewart Leonard
the dollar 41 cent that bered by hundreds of Key West
Hel jed by G. T. Whitfield, clerk cf by per ;
word is possessed for nearly of a generation.of eloquence Price, individually and as owner)'1 the supreme ti'lonal! reads: : "Su: I. Raul Carbonell, Jack Tnlk. George they would repudiate government Rosa and Thomas J,. Coxwell of I If'ers, especially: operators in real' Director Gflfond, who invited per-

and a power which -: of the Okeechobee Construction promo courtas today affirms! Ames, Clifford Philips Mr. and obligations; that they would seek CaThoun. I estate 10. years aro.; He came to sons who in hw opinion' are rep- '

believe has persuasion been in eomei i Company, suit for damages of the julgcment of the- circuit court Mrs. Jasper Lee Marvin Porter, to circumvent the Constitution;I Rep I, .N. Kennedy* of Lake I Key West September 21, 1925, as resentative of Key Wot. Those
equally executive feec-
other American since Bryan. $10,000, was set for Tuesday, Oc- for Monroe countin thease of I Conrad Van Hjning. Coy Dickens that they would attempt to socialize County of wasjiste the state as and an associate of Malcolm Meachamand invited and who attended included -
tober 29.Suit Maleom Miller, E. A. Pynchon, Americans." retary : game I -special attorney for the
Juan del Pino, plain V-f1' in error, and regiment
No other
aspirant pretends to j I fresh water' fish commission a Mayor William H. Malone
of F. W. Hall vs J. O. and Charlie TifIMARTINS Mr. Hoover takes the negative Meacham interests
against the State of Florida, de-
command similar qualities. Ar- Webster, in the of i commission created by the 1935 foi Carl Bervaldi. chairman of the
damages sum lie remained in Key West
fendant in The aspects of the case. He charges I.
erTr. opinionwas (
riving two .
by distinctly separate $1,500 was set for Thursday, October "1 legislature.T.! > several and become closely' Monroe Board of County Commissioners -
rendered by Judge Buford. I lack of frankness rather than actual years
routes, these two men are con ARRIVE G. Futch: senator from Lees-
31. allied with the city's interests and Arthur H. Gomez.
Other II
Since his arrest in August of affirmative deception. ;
ceded in almost for
every quarter to In the case of the Billings- I burg, was listed as attorney I hi 1928 of the' Key this district
was president State senator from ;
last del Pir.o has been in Republicans however, have
be assured of a headstart over the year the state racing commission, a position
field-if they desire to start at'!Iall Chapin Company vs WilliamjCurry's ;j couty jail in Monroe county. I'I TO SPEND WINTER\ 'I further, quoting directly the: created by the 1935 legis-I West Chamber of Commerce and B. C. Papy', State,representativefrom
Sons' Company, it was] Democratic platform promises to vice president of the Key West this county; William R. Por-

I announced that a date will be I I reduce government expendituresby I lature. Foundation company. ter, president of the First National

The Guesses About Hoover later set for trial. I ARMY RECRUITS i|i lo one-fourth, maintain a "sound"I Other legislators Others Named named as hold- June 7. 1928, in Miami he mar. Bank; Norberg Thompson
Comfortably ated for the
The general surmise among the I! The court announced a recess 1! and enforce strictly the ried Miss Bonnie Bush, daughter Dr. William R. Warren and Mr.
politicians is that Mr. Hoover will!| until Saturday, October 26, when I|i winter in their apartments, which currency anti-trust laws. ing state jobs were: T I of Henry Bush, of this city. Returning I Curtis. These were in addition to

not run; but this conclusion does!!! a petty jury is to be drawn from j 1! ,BEING SOUGHTi 1 j i they occupy each year. Mr. and Some even have pointed out it I "J. J. Williams, representativefrom I to Key West Mr. and i it the visiting officiate and Director
I i i: Mrs. Louis Martin of Cleveland,I I Holmes county, employed by
here until
not appear to be based on actual)I the box. Assistant State Attorney t Mrs. Austin Gilfond.
i i I f was the Socialist platform, not board J. A. Han-
information. J. Lancelot Lester announced -' Ohio, are back in Key Wes the milk control ; early in 1930 when; they tn9ved to
It arises quite naturally from j I' that there were no homicide --MEN WILL BE USED FOR i i'I iI 'I{i For a number of years thesecongenial the Democratic, which proposedsuch cock, representative Polk county, I New York where thy made their ADVISORY
j folk have been things as a $5,000,000,000 was employed by the departmentof
I : coming i i
the extreme difficulties and there would be home.
a recognition of -|| cases no
of a political comeback necessity of a grand jury. SERVICES AT PANAMA I I to Key West, arriving about November -I relief appropriation, a $5,000- agricultnre previous to the leg-' Mr. Austin: is survived by hi,
after the I 1 and staying until the 000,000 public works appropriation islature; R. M. Merritt, representative widow, three sons Robeft, Jr.. ADVISORY 9:30 A. M.-A
defeat 1932
sweeping of CANAL ZONE
It arises from a belief that with 'I I spring. and old-age pensions. EWamJbia county, appointed John and Richard; two slaughters I tropical disturbance ef considerable -
]i I This yer, Mr. Martin told The Robinson Reply chairman Cleaners and Dyers commission II Dorothy and Bonnie Dee. intensity is central a short
a large section of his party actively {r Citizen, the frosty nippings foretelling -11'11'r A' reply to Mr. Hoover's speechwas a commission created by I distance south of Kingston, Ja-

antagonistic. Mr. Hoover The New The Citizen has been requestedby I j an early \\"inteare already 1 1I I issued by the Democratic national the 1933;; legislature; S. C. Smith maica, apparently moving rather
could not hope to be nominated, the United States Army Recruiting I being: felt in the north, and he I committee in the fom of a senator Columbia, employed with NEW\ ARRIVAL IN lowly north-northeastward. attended

or elected if he were nominated. !, Station/ Jacksonville to | and Mrs. Mart= decided to come ;i i statement by Senator Robinson' the livestock sanitary board." by shifting gales and windsof

Certainly there are abundant announce that recruits for the to Key'' et earlier than usual.]i I the party's leader in the senate. In federal positions the league f STONE'S FAMILY hurricane force over small area
ncna:. that the former President FORD V-8 t United States Army for service at : -, This statement took exception listed these: "Senator "'m. Pen-I near center. Caution advised w>aseK !-

himself has not put irrevocably i i the Panama Canal Zone are now t j Ito i the former,President's figures nil 1. Hernando. aassistant personnel -, from eastern Cuba and Ja-
aside! all possibility of a "vindica- ;i being sought. '!, on expenditures, disputed Hs director WPA; M. A. Goggler. maica through Windward Passageand

tion" nomination. II! I j I It is shown\ that applicants must" ;>: thesis that the present industrial representative Hernando federal I,I Julius F. Stone, Jr.. former' in eastern Bahama waters next
lie is not out enrolling delegates FOR 1936 I be between' the ages of 18 and 33;;, lmSAPPOINTED'": upturn dated from the supreme resettlement projects; Walter!!! State FERA administrator for] 24 tq 36 hours. All other interests -

but he is speaking directlyto i I single, with no dependents\, ofi I I court decision holding NRA un- Warren representative Putnam,i j I Florida, and Mrs. Stone announce j I i in> this area should also take:
prospective delegates and saying ON DISPLAY AT OUR i i good character and citizens of the I constitutional, and concluded: WPA; B. L. Simmons, representa-,the birth of a girl last: week in precautions.

; plainly that if the voters had: I SHOWROOM ON United States.It '! I If BUY before 1 j I "Like every other Republican (Continued; on Page Four) I I Garfield hospital Washington, D.
known what the Roosevelt ad- I is also stated that they must ; you seeing [I speaker of the present era whilei C. Mother and daughter doing

ministration intended to do. the I t Tuesday, OcL 22, 1935 be able to pass the requin-d mental the newPLYMOUTH i deploring the relief expenditure! I nicely.Mr.. WHITMAN'S CANDIESFresh
Republican ticket would have won and examination. I and Mrs. Stone made their
t physicrl Applicants | he gives no hint of any project, ('
in 1932. j with or without prior idea of sub- home in Key West during the past
I plan, or even an a ; : shipment just
He has not announced a can- Trevor & Morris Inc. j service may be accepted for this ; stitute program to keep the unemployed $ea.9fdm.S j winter and left early in the spring j i received .__.__ ..... upGARDNER'S
itlacy.! but he most pointedly has I assignment, according to the announcement I j! from hunger and hardship -! and k sue for Jacksonville where they rod;

not :aid he would not be a can-11 312 Simonton Street I 1 as issued by J. J. Con- I "The Economy Care I until such time as industry WHISKIES AND GINS I mained for a short time before j PHARMACYPhone
di!i'ate.!' How can he be counted nelly, sergeant in charge at the; II can and will put them back to 1 j I t going to make their home in Wash-j 177 Free Delivery
out: 1
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LESS ASSET WEST IN I I concealed weapons. I
THE Today's Today History
Daily Except Sunday By WEATHER I _
"l2HE'CITIZEPII'LTSIIING: : COIftC.: DAYS GONE BY .1I )I II I "What awful calamity it!' ........................
'L. P. ARTMAIS! ,'Frc.ldcBt One of'the greatest-asSets that any ........................ Anniversaries an
.JOE ALLEN: AaaUtaat B..laM .a_..r community possess is a feeling of Happening. ''Here Jest 1O YearsAgo Temperature ........................ ;would be if all the damn fools;;: 1797-The U. S. frigate" C*****.
From The Citizen Building- Today -A. T.k.. From were allowed a turn at running 1 I tuUon, "Old Ironside. faiaed
"good will'} between the inhabitants. I Highest .. ._ | 1772-Samuel Cole the ,'' exhaalts
Key Th. Taylor government a, warship still afloat,
Comer Greene and Ann Street! File. Of The Citizen -
West has many people within its borders. Lowest :: ::, .:::::.::::;::..:. ::: .. ::1 s;! ridge English,, poet, author of the writer. Such gross optimism, launched in Boston.j .
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I I Mean __ ____.- "Ancient Manner," born. Died should be highly rewarded. -
Most of them are honestly and sincerely There is not one single l
County.Catered personin Normal Mean ._ !
: ---- 79 July 25, 1834. ,
n'h. hm i iI j 1805-Battle of: Trftfaferr. M
Key West who is I ,
attempting to live meritorious lives. Thereis against the I I RainUll 1
: at Key West Florida aa Bond clan_matter Monroe County Water District : | 'I!I That New York baby living i southern Spain where 'BftgHafc
--FIP'TY-IIXTJI--- !T- -R no reason why they should not includein Bill to be re-enacted at the next!I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Irj
their intentional cultivationof cession of Normal. Precipitation n .28 Ins. j roung naval officer in made practically every front pagein 1 poieon and England's Lord Xifcta
an .
Member .l t e A MC-...-MIfh. Tres program thelegislature: yet, Tl.lWiW r. e."+, :4-".. I
judging1' the hullabaloo r.lh !-'at I the early days of the navy, bern the country. That should. r1L ,
by *
AagocHted Press IB exclusively entitled to use a spirit of friendliness and kindness toward made in "io'- Skin -" !.r..j I
for rcp iii **ti.>a of all new Jispatch credited tot certain quarters an outsider' I Tomorrow's Almanac !, in Providence, R. 1. Died from arouse intense jealousy among a!

,.b+;or local not news otherwise! published credited*- tar In this paper And also each other. would be led to believe that the I I Sun rises n.__....-._...-_0. 6:29 a. m. wounds: received in battle, Aug.l 1 I certain group of well-known poll 1879-Edison pro.Jseed hill 1in|

; We have heard of two citizens of Key proponents of the bill have a firM I. Sun sets _".0.0.... _n.h 5:55 p, m. 18, 1813. i I ticians. incandescent lam). |

EDITORIAL) West who, not many months ago, spent on their hanjs. Such is not the Moon rises m........ 0.00 2:25 a. m. _
))1NATIONAL \ case. Every resident favors the i Moon\ sets .-.__ ? ....... '3:07 p. m. 1790 Alphonse Laraartine, I It doesn't require a careful l'survt'y 189?-UnirereHy-of OIr iieeg."
r they met many people of charm and cul its enactment means :a water pipeline A.M. P.J1.\( Died Feb. 28. 1869. his vest from riding the gravy !

uw -.,.- -- >-> .- -- RATES 110.0 1 ture. Talking about their new found and sewerage' system in Key i High .......-.._.?.. 6:27 6:53 I 'train.:' t 1902-One of C9 fttry's- geea$
Six J.rb----. : ::_ : :: ====== BOO: West. The county comm ssl'JIlCn-: Low ......._...______..12:01 1803-Solon Robinson, New;, f eat coal strikesends..
friends they to the conclusion that 12:401
Month 2.50'" came ,
On.far**MonthWeekly on_. .t5 I I are heartily in favor of it. The I I Barometer 8 a. m. today I t j i York and Florida pioneer agricul-,i|I Times are definitely on an up-I
---- --__ .20 I here in Key West, there were many such only difference between thi i-, bill I Sea level 29.98.WEATIIEk tural editor, born at T lland. grade. Every now and then a mani 1917-First Division, A. E. F..

ADVERTISING RATES delightful companions, to be enjoyed by and the one formerly, proposed is j Conn. Died at Jacksonville, Fla.1 I i i enters a strip poker game and enter trenches for' first (MM. '
Made known on application. liat TO provision is made for the FORECASTTill Nov. 3. 1880. I I comes oat with his pants on. .
those who
approach them in the right way comJ I ,

All reading. notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of and with the right spirit of mutual good !bi-Kd appointment ralary of of trustees.$9,000 annually.at'a !. ( 8 p. nu, Tuesday) 1808-Samuel F. Smith Boston I I Many a politician maintains the' belief the that ruts the fs only by throwing way to. 'tn keep.
"_to obituary notices etc. will be charged for at will. I j I Key West and Vicinity: Partly Baptist fleifryman and hymnologr'st t
... .
Ik Notices* rate for f 10 entertainments cents s line. by churches from which There is much truth in their realiza- 1 A. message received by t'' .. Por-i j}i cloudy with occasional: '! shower : author of "My Country'I' -- -- --
a revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. t"" Iock company, agents for the? :s 'Tis of Thee" born in Boston. ,
The Citizen Is an open fomra and Invites discussion tion. We who live in Key West pursueour .
of public Issues and subjects of local or general :Miiritt-Chapman Wrecking com-;! t/// Died there. Nov. 1C. 1895. j STEAMSHIP Co.
Jaterest but it wHl not publish anonymous communi vocations in search of the coin that we any of New York advises that 1f"" '- r- i

_cations. need, and very often we become so intent the Steamship Lake Gumii has .. / ll t(," 1821-Anne Hartley (OI1'\! UNITED STATES FAST
I .
been floated from her perilous- \, George II.) Gilbert noted American MAIL ROUTES FOR
upon its acquisition that we spare not the ,
I ritHHi \>n the rocks wear TOt lltg.l.: \ t \ Jo I dancer and actress!, leader in HAVANA WEST INDIES
'SIDELTGHTSBy time that is necessary to become acquaintedwith The l has caused mue'} trouble / "old woman" characters:: born in
Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
our neighbors. In the older days it to wrecking company and 'I \-i.; England.?; Died Dec. 2. 1904. Saturdays 8:30 A. M.
tJ e' silva. ( :
tt one period of iijr
was different, but this modern age of speedin operations it was thought she !It't 1'.J.! 1845-Wm: Carleton. noted Leave Key West for Port Tampa :Mondays Thursdays
MARCY B. DARNALL. all things, finds us rushing through life : l 6:30 P. M.Leave.
wvjld be so badly damaged to -n.l: New "York poet editor and' lee-
Former Editor; of The Key West Citizen without taking the time tit enjoy the best leqnire; extensive repairs before' I Mostly-"CloTdy"Showers inner of'fair;" day born at Hudson i Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.

neighbors that can be found in the world. being pronounced serviceable. N& :Mich. Died DeC 18, 1912. Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
information was available as to tonight and Tuesday increasingeast '
Elsa Maxwell, an American author, As a community asset tljere, is nothingso whether the ship would be owed to northeast winds.; I........................ 4. For farther Information call Phone 11

has compiled a list of the 10 greatest gen- inviting fco new-comers a healthy so- to Key West or elsewhere. Florida: Fair to partly cloudy; I HOWDY 'KEY WEST I! J. H. COSTAR, Agent.

tle nen, but says the ones selected need not cial spirit among-the inhabitants_ a townor : tonight and Tuesday except showers 1== __ ____
& Property owners and resident in extreme south! portion.
:$ ; themselves overmuch) because, she I
city. People who to Key West
of White street are to meet to i Jacksonville to Florida Straits: RED KERC I r
i By ,
will be charmed with it if they find here a night at the city hall to discuss'!!!1'Moderate easterly winds over extreme ........................ t! -
gentlemen; the question of widening the i north, increasing: east! ,to I!
of of
spirit neighborliness, a spirit helpful
Girls who silken panties
and to start campaign I northeast winds wear .
street' a I over central and
; Rev. Ray of Missouri\- had his faith inhumanity service and people who rejoice as m.uch in with that end in riew. This is a{I south portions; partly overcast!: !1 1i I I Don't grow up as old maidaunties.

shanen the friendship of their own people as in mooted question and discussionspro i weather tonight and Tuesday.i I CONSULT YOUR BANKER
rudely and later re and ton: have engaged the at- Showers in extreme south
I the recognition of money. I If the world could forsee the
stored. First, some miscreant stole 34 of tention of the dwellers in that section I East Gulf: Moderate
his choice hens, which -cau! d him to feel So therefore this week. The Citizen for a number of weeks. It I east or 'northeast wind portion'l I turn future around it'd after possibly knowing be afraid what to it ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
I to all those who read this article decided the 'moderate
that suggests was at lat! present variable over ; does the
his labors fn the Lord's vineyard had I of past. I
that they resolve, at once, to act upon the issue' to the public and the meeting north portion; weather partly
gone for naught. But when members of : tonight is the result of the deliberations I overcast tonight and Tuesday r A girl wearing forty undergarments .
his congregation! clubbed together and 'I suggestions outlined and to be neighborlyin 1 probably showers in extreme south I was named beauty queenof i I
word and deed, to serve their friends portion. I Bessarabia. She should have! Ji
made good his loss he was fully reassured.A od
I truly and generously, and to live a part of Plans for a complete survey I
the entire island of Key Westj t I WEATHER CONDITIONS r The First National Bank ot Key West /
Northwestern University professor each day for the benefit of all the citizensof were discussed at a regular meeting -1 KEY 'WESTCOLONIAL i

has boldly core to the defense of the split this fair place. of the city council last night.?; I, con-I HOTELIn ",,
Karl Squires, 'well known ergi-
infinitive. Inasmuch as almost con-siderable I Member the Federal pe
everything I !' of Reserve
neer of New York submitted a the Center of the Business
.else has been split, twisted or shattered, WAR NEWS SCARE bid: of $13. OO for the survey, morning a. short distance south of and Theater District

why should the infinitive expect to be held I the surveyor to furnish all necessary Kingston, Jamaica apparently i
moving rather north-
Although the world at large knows monuments and maps. Engineer First Class-Ffr proof-
_sacred? northeastward attended by shifting Insured Federal Insurance
__ B. Curry Moreno was in- Deposits by i Deposit t
roughly that Italian troops have invaded structed to furnish an estimate gales and winds of hurricane Sensible Rat. .. 4 ... -....'....

Mrs. Clifford Fleischman of Atlanta 'Ethiopia, definite and precise informationas regarding the proposed! survey! and force over a small area near the COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Corporation

believes in her inalienable right to an un- to the military efforts in the campaignhave report to the council: when ready.!I 600 center.miles This southeast location of Key is nearly West.
obstructed view of a ball game to which I not been available. Generally, the Editorial comment Contribute Rains have occurred: during the Garage Popular Prices

she has paid admission.Vhen' a police- world has been told that Aduwa has been toward having "Old Ironsides" last 24 hours in the central Plains ..

man interposed his manly form along her occupied by the Italians thus, to their restored. It is one -of the finest States, from the middle Missis- -- __._ ._0-
of'sentiment in the history of sippi Valley northward over the
line of vision to the home plate she swatted satisfaction, at least, wiping out the the bits American! navy. Lake Superior region in the Ap-

him with a board with a nail in it. The memory of the Italian defeat there in 1896, placian: region and southward

police judge levied an amusement tax of other than this, and the occupation of cer- Baby Reyes of Key West and to central Georgia, and on in-I
Kid Toledo of Tampa are to meetin north Pacific: coast. There
1600. tain territory just South of Eritrea, the the squared! circle tonight at also been showers in southeast I

-- world knows very little. the Athletic Club's arena. Promo Florida, and it was snowing; this PAINT UPUse

From a college entry: .:e examination This absence of definite informationcan ter Rupert Km wh says that Toledo morning. in northern western Sooth Dakota
is of the niftiest and most and Wyoming.
paper: "Justices of the United States be readily explained. News from Addis aggressive one fighters: in the state .t Temperatures are generally above

Supreme Court are subject to good be- Ababa is limited two ways-in the first this time and he is sore the fans 'normal over the eastern half of

havior, and if found guilty they are im place, the government itself has very in- will bE' satisfied! with the crap.S. the country; while colder: weatherhas
overspread the Plains States
Z/LO--A Sherwin Williams :Product
peached..* adequate and impetfect means of communications F. Whalton is ,heading a and northern Rockies and Cal-

with the armies to the North croup of local men who are bringing gary. Alberta reported a minimum

When Edward MacDowell, the eminent and! Southeast and, secondly, foreign cor- i a new industry' to Key West.It reading, this morning of 16 t degrees
will be known as the First; Tent
American composer, died, a young respondents there have very little avenues and Awning?; Company of Key G. S. KF. NfIW.: Zilo is a Pure Lead and Zinc Paste. .Jt is Absolutely unadulterated -
of limited ability wrote an informatign her'niight.gain orders Officer in Charge!:
contemporary by.which any West and already the received
used Inside Outside.A
-Contains no Substitutes. Can be or .
elegy in his honor and played it for Joseph can be transmitted to'theWesterly. 'world. warrant the belief that this
Including legislation
--.11 passed
have started the I
those interested
Hoffman, the pianist. When he finished From the Italian side, the"bnljOiews which business at the psychological year 25 states have laws requir

t Hoffman said: "Quite nice; but don't can seep out to the outside,"world! ? is such time and; many business! men.prediet ing the use of safety glass in auto-! 25 POUND CAN OF ,ZILO MAKES ABOUT

you think it would have been better if information as the Italians' :thmselves a productive future for the. mobiles.
company. ... -- _-> NINE QUARTS XF) PAINT
you had lied and MacDowell had written choose to give out. Natural>:; therefore, .
the elegy?" definite information as to the -campaignsunder A wedding of much interest toi I BENJAMIN LOPEZ

I way,will be tardy in reaching the in- Key Westers was celebrated mj I FUNERAL: HOME :'I
Portraits of _George Bernard Shaw I terested public Havana Saturday evening when I I'', Serving Key West I i 25 Pound Can Zilo ;Costs $3.50
Miss! Carmalina Camero of Key! Half Century
and the late Anatole France are shown in West: and Segundo.Garcia, of Ha- I'| 24 H.OT Amh kne. Servie I .

a window to Joan of Arc in the Ethical LEGISLATIVE RUBBISHOne I I Tana were wed. Enrique Cruz I j Licensed Embe crier 5 Quarts Linseed Oil costs 1.45
uncle of the bride, l left last weekto Phono 135 Niht C96A\ I
Asked he and
Church of London. why
be present at the wedding..THE
France were in the picture Shaw replied: of the crying needs of the pres-
'Jsea.wvllle'a r e.a.g 1Lte1e $4.95
"Go ask Anatole France." The real answer ent day is the "searching out and repealingof
of course is that France wrote a the useless, unenforceable and unnecessary .

play about the famed Maid of Orleans. legislative rubbish," according to the f-t
--- secretary of the National Industrial Coun- } -

Horace Greeley once said he did not cil. r

lelieve in ghosts, but was sfiaid of them. At a conference held in New YO.lk. I 55c per quart $2.20 per gallon

It seems that a good many politicians feel the Council pledged itself to labor for the

tliat: way about the New Deal. simplification and codification of really I

I useful and necessary laws, which are now Carey Roofings .,1 I II I, Can You Equal TArs Low

We have just been going through the I buried -or obscured throughout our law Shingles 'which .Jaelumvlll*. Ft.rU. I

Bemi-annual confusion- incident! to the! books by a mass of obsolete or unnecessary we sell are time tested CIL S. B. OnitK --ac- I Cost Anywhere?
A haman, home-like Institution i ,
and They are
change to and from daylight saving tim enactments. proven. where you will find jeer .. .
made in the world's largest rMif.rt .d fmtrrtmimtmfmt.1..1 I
in certainjocalities."Yhich reminds us of I It is declared that there are now about roofing plant, by a i ter' of great Importance. '

the question by a colored maid in a city 2,500,000 separately enacted laws and or- I manufacturer who has --0- I Remember We are Headquarters for Lumber, Cement, Screens-

where both daylight saving and standard dinances on the books of the various states. been a for leader in the industry A steel I. the nrepw.f seen betiding.f the city i.dtea I'' Doors, Windows-in fact, Anythingryou need to Build or Repair.

time were used. Told to be at work at a Too many of our lawmakers conceiveit I 'We can over supply W'years.the --o-

certain hour. she asked: "Do you mean to be their duty to make misdemeanorsout right roof for any purpose 14 Every shower Room Bath.with Combination Radio. Electric Tub I

by the mayor's time or God's time?" of trivial actions putting absurd restrictions -I and you'll find our Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer i .

on freedom, burdening innocent I prices most attractive. Mattresses Ventilation,of Comfortable Inner Spring Beda..th'COB'

That patience and perseverance will people with undeserved punishments and t SOUTH&FLORIDA ENGINEERING CONTRACT.ING CO. ., trrtlon Lamps.and Individual Reading -I South Florida Contracting & 'Engineering Co.

ultimately be rewarded is the belief of otherwise loading the statute books with White and Eliza Street RATES I
of Denver who recently laws. Your Home is Worthy of the Best single'I White and E4mStrects;
Frankie unnecessary
,Jlrs. Bryan TS Re avu* Private Data* g::... Phcne 538
announced that she had,chosen her! Most of these useless laws not only : S. R*.... Private Bath 1M''
R5.'PWVSle..... Rath.. __ a. .1 "Your home w worthy t>f the: l>estwPAGE
ninth husband, a Mr. Flannigan. "At lastI harass the .public but cost the taypayers! I--(>.4-n Sample R.Private-.... Private.10. Bath as.I. 4.M1 .
have founl love, she declared. ;, enormous sums. j l


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i ie 1...........CeSC........NFFF 1 by the order of CabaHeros de Lopez ten are already making wisecracks

zat IMORNING' STAR BUSY BEE VS 1! Luz. Not that the Embal such as: %"'e always get
LOPEZI fear they wffl se aH three ta'j what we "W&Dt-tike it who may."

to their strong rivals no,
JBV MAllrA'U SZMS that -

FUNERAL I Ma&ager Ingraham, however,
try orai*: E..a" Earaee u rt- was really fitted and In which he SPORTS II Those Bakers has given his asoraaee to the
e'Oratn' her raeredsbiy .ercti,U- -- are certainly a
land end .,abbots husband, Ed- could be really content. 1, bunchof Busy Bee team as well as to the
good Just to
*rt.. Sh* i. tinting set eonee.toowwote The remark had hurt as Dorothyhad (By OSCAR PITA) sports. committee repreefttfeg the Cabala
Judith, tcho el30 it lk make their agreement with the
later of David Carnitt th. man- intended that it should-for ........................1 I lodge good as gold and also to leroe de I U! Lax order, tyoagors. of
CmUy' _U knot wtarHorf it th. Dorothy believed in surgical meth- the games, that should of hi'
Carroll had not been lost oh boy what time help the order back of any
plantation Boy, a i get; some
In (*. f mUy_ J 4ir* fta. cabled ods-but Emily had been forced to '' players be caught in the act of
D.VM| at Con.t9nttn9fU f. told 1k. admit that It carried a great deal of had to get those Lopez ball toss- expenses they incurred i ii inputting agitating or attempting- agitate
plantation it pain en tfer wars truth. era to continue with the threej i j i[ on this series<, the team

kit, bat Bmtly. Don Ravnor dot not U frorinf tnov.Meanwhile. Aubrey tapped at her door. DIAMONDBALL ........................ 1 t game series now being sponsored':,| agreed to play without the service Members they will of be the benched opposing if clah the
an Jvdith'thnttmd SENIOR LOOP TOBy even
awMtUng companion. "Ready T""Coming. of Chief Umpire Gonzalez.
AallrelfUt Ac upset fOLLUWlNG [ I game has to te.foct by forfeit.
".'., : ." She pulled on a felt the last round by a good margin.I .j I j Lopez's club, or rather two of its

cy- hat caught np her gloves and went f GAMETONIGHT r HOLD MEETING!i I I The two had opposition in the!( players wanted this umpire kicked -

Chapter 41 with him down the stairs THROUGHBy !I shape and size of Valter Vinsonj]I out of the league but whether : We are glad that the empire

Judith was already in the car. too, who had a nice 52. j, they will have their wish complied !dispute; has bees settled. Bat
;FOX I -
reclining on the back seat with her I r with or not is not known at I how does the Busy Bee feel toward

-DAkN JOB!" shouted Judith, II feet elevated to the blanket rod. SECOND OF THREE-GAME SE- ( VE) I I ( JOVE) I Mr. Delmar Butler must be I r this time nor dd I wish tot discuss the Lopez teat .-Come "t

ever break my neck It will be "We're too bundled np to sit threein RIES BETWEEN BAKERS .......................& ]I There will be a meeting at Bay-' feeling his oats. He took Charlie this subject at present bat for the :tonight and see Ute fight ad get
your fault!" front. Ton all sit np there and let I' view Park Wednesday night at 8' Salas for a merry chase! and came,i I[ time being the Funeral lads will the correct answer.
The 'I
me take my ease while I can. AND FUNERAL HOMERSBy Firemen Art's Barbecue i o'clock. The Recreation Department four strokes better than 1 have their own way once more I ___
went Emily said reproachfully."You're Busy Bees and Lopez ten so far I in by I
merely grinned. Finally seeing that such Han I don't !know what to be- have made their application for I!I invites each and every manager -I Charlie. That was on account of I Privilege of selecting the umpire
: of clubs that want to enter: Speaking of the matter of the '
Aubrey was being badly worsted he tiers One minute you say this Is a entry into the new Senior League. :j the Saturday practice. !'I or umpires wanted will
i the Senior League to be presentand umpire question< to Armando Ace-
( JOVE) '[ given to the Lopez squad by the
caught Judith's mop of I flying hair pink tea.and the next you talk about Each and every one of these clubs i vedo. field I
list of players. captain of the Bees'
and-pulled her to her feet. resting whileyon caa' The second of the three-game series will have new uniforms The Fire I bring a Daddy Berlin'Sawyer as usual,1, Bakers. Let them pick the empires -
I Price head of the Recreation -: (club the brilliant had I)
Clem shortstop "
** Anbrey-started the car and smiled for the silver loving cup will and Ike Russell said Manager' Brantley, "we
laddies will theirs from the beat Pete Ti/lcr ]
And you were the one, he reminded get !
will be the
department pres-I following; to say: "I think inj I I'I I will do
down the and
at her.She's be played at Bayview Park tonight fis&tmg, scoring
you. feelin" chesty
is over
and quite
her sarcastically, who was proceeds 'Of a 'dance that they are ,'
the fact I the
outline new
II will quite Bee
and j am sure Busy "
wisecracking about my not haying Turn around and tell her to go to when ,the Lopez Funeral staging for the purpose of rais- I ; the matter. Ike did a lot better'I hitting of the game.
helL league, to the managers. team will play ball and be in accordance
Home ten meets the Busy Bee strokes. Wish I
a good behavior ing funds to purchase new uniforms the last round-eight; with
the Embalmers
Judith pa A ted. "He knows how I The night was crisp and clear and Bakers. ,I really think that it will ..........!............. j I could knock off eight itiLes in,I select.any umpire Of course l'- ;'. The silver cup which these
dark, but there would be may ,
hate for him to do me that way!" about eight whlch' ould make a moon riding There will be no alibis to offer J be a great ,aeries and we will!, Around The i one round. hate to give in to the Lopez ten teams are playing for, may have

"Well, lay fl- Dan said severely easier and by either side. The umpires will break all attendance records. The Doings about the change of official strike i got in today. If sues is the case,
safer. They reached I
ror won't take you to the movies. Dan's cabin soon after seven and be Castro, one to be selected by two highest clubs at the end of 1 links Charlie JIo boorr. AI.i? Dec I caller and let them have their own presentation of the trophy will be

She turned to him radiantly."The found several people already there the Embalmers and one by the the series will play e game 'for the I Golf -I Lund decided to plav Mr 5 & 10 way again but I want them to I made daring tomorrow's game.
movies! Busy Bees.The .
proceeds of the gate. and Handsome
some of whom Emily had met. one Fripp partner. : know one thing that if it hadn't'been
"Yes. There's a swell picture at or two of whom were well on the Caballeros de la Liz orderis I I I I Horace O'Bryvnt for a dinner. because we had agreed and]r Once again the Busy Bee club

the State, and I thought we'd drive way to being drunk. Dan with his sponsornig this series and they Chita Baker tells one for the (By GRAVY) I And the first mentioned gentlemen triven our word of honor to play has shown their sportsmanship.;

In to Montgomery: to see It. But Tm arm about her waist shouted at the will take care of the umps. believe-it-or-not column. He batted 1..1 will eat flee as usuaL Char- out this series for the benefit of Fans are praising the manager and

hanged*If I'll go with any wild noisy gathering. Maximo the umpire, which the S a ball and knocked down a Yesterday was s very i lie shot a ooe r. 90 wLich won the; a secret lodge the Busy Bees would I players at this time because of.

women 'Here's.a new recruit ladies and Funeral Homers refused to con bird 'with it, he says The poor I golf day for certain people in I steaks and says because they are under no condition play another their rtsman-Hke attitude.
She embraced him ecstatically. "I gentlemen: Emily Barnes. If yon tinue to play with will be in there chip-chip just laid on'the field and I this fair" city while a few other I of the O'Bie variety they are game of ball as long all! Lopez's

see now why I put up with you." To haven't met her before that's your calling 'ems after this 'series. died. Chita did not do that on i guys stayed home and minded the much better. team was a member of the
no one In particular she cried dra hard Inca You can step up and tell Batteries for tonight will be: purpose. It just happened. I children. And how lovely the day league." "Cigarette Wfflie" Clarence

matically. "1' wonder' why It Is that her your own names; I can't remem- C. 'Gates atnl- ln raham for the was you may read below. ] Johnny Kirschenbaum has given __ Gates, the boy hoMfeg strikeout -
soul still cries out for the white ber 'em." l'Ward ndGabriel I John of
my Lopez ten ajid. > record withIittte"
; I see where Gates is leading the I up trying to win skins or anything Earl Ingraham the only re
lighter for the BakeriI? f'I I Senior 'League in batting and I 1 I from his friends ((1)) and liable catcher in the field of dia- I the Busy Bees< is in. tip-top shape
They laughed and followed her greeted her warmly, and Games will te called at 7:45 I, It seems Mr.' William Watkins for tonight's contest. He can't
THEY the 95 Melvin I
that Sterling is really I er.When' yesterday had to no avail. mondball in Key West and now
Into the hall where she was already drunkest of the men tried to o'clock. Lights will go on at 7 and his pal Otto Kirchheiner, got imagine how the Busy Bees expect -
Cates plays at I leant two Russell put one over on his acting of the Lopez
pulling on her hat and running towards kiss her. Dan for the manager
sweet tonight
of o'clock. yesterday make
put palm his revenge I to any scores
more games he will be the leader. crowd and got three; Eddie Strunkdid made the folowrng
the door. Aubrey gazed resignedly squad,
hand into the man's face and pushed."You'd The third game if necessary beating they got the week be- I without the aid of Umpire"Cojo"
after her. This is due to the fact that a play. likewise but Doc Kemp as a tion: "My ball club is willing to
make me out a liar, would will be played tomorrow night. fore. In each case their oppon- and the fctfveness of
"Js It any wonder Ire lost all my you when I'd Just Introduced er must participate in at least wonder failed to come in on top playas long as Gonzalez will not "
you as 1 ents were Russell Kerr and pitching. What a conceited
hair!' a gentleman?" half of the club's games before he of the heap. True, he beat be acting umpire during the series. I my
"Mum" Li Plummer. Willie
Usually I
They drove the twenty miles to Judith and Aubrey had been absorbed SOCIAL LOOP TILT can be declared -a. leader. when Mr. Plummer "wins he sings, Kirschy but he wants to beat Ed- The truth about the mattel chap you are,

'Montgomery In less than half an Into the crowd and Dan led die. .and Strunsky says he nev- is that the fathers of two of my i ;
hour, arriving last aa the last show Emily to a chair near them and Ward has developed a new delivery tells jokes and has a few wordsto er wilL ,yak best ball players have prohibited Boy, jest imagine what weald

started. brought her a cocktaIL THIS AFfERNOON and has the boys puzzled say. And semioccasionallytakes the boys from taking part in any I I! happen if Willie siiovM strike oat
"1 won't come to but the last time he I (I pen in hand and writes of ': n-efJ'time he walked! op to the rub-
any "These are In your honor he ex- every pitches. hope Next Thursday will be the game when the said umpire wouldbe
show with Jade," Dan explained as plained. "The rest of this outfit take Gates. Lunn, Walker and Tynes 'his accomplishments. But yesterday usual dinner match. So watch this acting chief ump." {I',f fer egaiest "Little" John tonight
they entered, "because no matter it and oh my! Not a peep from i i and what if Willie would do the
straight, from a tin dipper. I (By JOVE) also develop something new column for your name and opponent I
what Ume yon come she always She accepted the drink, thinking, The Social Diamondball Leaguewill then we will see those old-time Mr.Plummer fact, he failed to Also watch and see that a We do hope, for the rake of i' same to John? Boy wouldn't it

wants to stay natO they've closed as she bad thought so often duringthe I play another game this afternoon pitching battles! as they had in the do any work this a. m. he was few guys who always win won'tdo I good sportsmanship, whatever'! be embarasnng for these two diminutive

the' theatre. past two weeks of Edwin's horror when the Lighthouse ten days of The Citizen, Del :Monte, feeling so bad. And it seems that so on account of Doe Wm. Per- I that may mean to some of our hurlers

"Well.she said plaintively.like at the. mere mention of such a ,I will tackle the High School out- Park Florida Relief and 'other Willie has found his putting eye cival and Chas. Electric are goingto i ball players that there will be no I I

get my money's worth. scene. fit. old-time clubs j again because he had a very nice fix some boys. "wise cracking jokes" fromthe One of the smallest crowds on

"Tou mean amended Dan's money's worth Judith saw the mirth In her eye.What's .. I Tomorrow the Bayview Park score, wind or no wind. grandstand or the playing field record at a major league baseballwas
Ynbrey drily. -
The drive home was leisurely and -' the Joker team will meet the 'Lighthousecrew. Leslie Howard stage and screen The greens committee will meet during the contest. seen in Brooklyn recently

|dent Judith slept as peacefully as 'I was thinking of Edwin," she i star, has finally decided to pore 'Mr. Louis Cruickshank took Mr. tonight at ,the home of. Eddie when the ,Brooklyn Nationals
confessed "and what he
child with her head In Aubrey's to all this say : These games will be called at tray the role of ,Hamlet on the Cookie Mesa on the first round Strunk for organization and gen- There is a rumor around saying played Cincinnati there being only

lip. and eren Dan said very; little. JudIth grinned. "He'd probably 5 o'clock. New York stage. but Mr. Mesa woke up and won I! eral discussion. that some members of the 503 paid admissions

|rally realized that she too was have a severe stroke. She called -
eepy.nd wished she might followLdlth's -- --, .-- ,- -
} across the room to Dan. "When do' i : .
example. we eat?" .
tin Radnor's Intentions might be "' I -
'Right now.He flung open a door
strl 'ly dishonorable but like mostmenSf into the other room of the cabin.

his type he was a very; com- "Women and children first and keep %"
fortable ,
person. heads.There -
your are no place cards.
Ha Tldently sensed her wish be- so you can sit wherever there's a
cause be suddenly put an arm around vacant space. s
her anew' her head down to his The dining-room was furnished .1
shoulder. '- with a long rough pine table and -v-
"I'm not fueling very conversational. benches made of single wide pine
," ho salt!. "Go on to sleep so boards. A kerosene "
lamp suspended "
I won't have to tkjkto you" by wires from the ceiling gave out .but after all is said and -

She gave up the p? "\nse of wakefulness black smoke an acrid odor and a _,j a ) ,'

and relaxed again him. dim disheartened light.At done it's the cigarette itself '
each end of the table stood a si- j
q -
JUDITH paused at Emily's floor toTe negro holding a great bowl of steamIng -

\ Brunswick stew. that counts t
"Better wear wool stockingsXnn- Having seen that his guests were
der your boots and a sweater or two seated Dan crowded in beside s

under your coat. And if yoor Emily thereby displacing the Intox the question is,

',breeches don't fit too close you could, icated gentleman who had tried to'kiss
do with an extra pair of knickers. her. ,
does ft suit ?
Emily laubed.111 took like a \"Yon11 starve to death unless rm you

teddy-bear." here\, to grab things as they go by.
"Von should worry, with your fig he explained. "At least that's my
ure. And when the cold gray dawn exc-iso!
begins to seep Into your bones youll She! watched him pile up her plate .,UtIt"t t,
wish you were a ted .bear!" Her from the steaming bowl. "Wait a oI

head disappeared.The minute! What do you think I ami, It I-
hones had been sent to Dan's lie frowned paternally. *Eat every -
cabin at Pine Level that morning bit of it. or you don't get to go fox I
,and they were to drive over in Ume huntlng.II ." ,
-for supper. Dan had gone on ahead She laughed and ... -
II ate a mouthfulof '.
: ',, 'f
'i. >> ::
'WIth his cook and the Master '
of the the Brunswick stew. 9t's per .
Hound, as he gravely dubbed the I fectly heavenly! What on earth isi, ,
hard-bitten Individual who was to In It!" ,

run the dogs. "Birds. he said briefly "And God. L '. :;
Two weeks ago tonight Emily knows what else. It's Ambrose's I I mfl

thought as she dressed she had recipe and Just try; and get him tot I
come to Morton Halt The two weeks tell you how he makes It. I'm scared !

had gone with Incredible swiftness, to death hell get killed before rYe icy '
and yet she had at the same time a wheedled It out of him." 'NT
feeling of having been here always Conversation moved about the I '
of having closed and locked a door table as swiftly and erratically '
as a
Upon that other existence. rubber baiL Warmed and stimulated M ow when it comes to a cigarette that 1

She had written home frequentlyand by the cocktail Emily ate the entire ': ,

in detail taking care to censor plate of stew as well as three biscuits '|I

the activities of the countryside for as large as saucers and drank ..

Frances's benefit and had had sew ,two cups of coffee. Dan smiled down will suit you you want to think whether -
eral letters from Frances and Jeffrey -, at her I

; letters telling ot things; that) "Had enough! 4 1
seemed unreal and faraway I| She groaned. "I'm all
out ot
There had been no news of Edwin : shape. I IHe its mild you 'want to think about the taste 4
In their letters only Dorothy Shane patted her hand. 'Take a nap I
I t
had remarked her one brief note :after a while and then yonll be "
that Edwin seemed to have sunk ready to lick wildcats." I >> .., "

:back into the state of innocuous 1CopyriAt, IUJ, If Merles Snntl I That Chesterfields are milder and ,taste better is noaccident. -"
t aetude from which Emily had des-I + .
inentarly! lifted him-the one
_the added heartlessly for which! Jolt.Emily gets, tomorrow a nasty. 2 f .

-- -- --- ------- ---- A't:; ,
j -j- '- The farmer who grows the tobacco, the,ware' ---Jd.J/U
..e...eeeee.e.ee..ee.e.. 1 Italy pays $3.20 for each soldier,! !T ; I .

'Today's i I Ior other person carried through "' ''' ., houseman who sells it at auction to the highest 01 zt.Sv--- .{
Horoscope!j the Suez canal in addition. the' : _,

.CSS See......SS..se..... regular tonnage fees ;I ,:' '" bidder, every man who knows about leaf tobacco ,
I -
for mildnessfor
The new sign comes in strong, mild ..
giving s robust and even violent William H. Gilbert, last mem- rt"x ..wi/l.te/IJ"OU/ that it takes ripe tobaccos to ?

i her of the guard of honor at the
nature that may take but little make a good cigarette. better
bier Abraham Lincoln died
of recently ",. -tasteIn
heed of the otinions. comforts, or: ,at York Pa. J r a >> '_

peace of mind of others. Care,: =- k '_r :. making Chesterfields 'we- use mild -ripe -homes -,>- ." -

should be taken to control this I Since it was opened to traffic '

propensity for there is indicated eight years ago more than _85 ": grown and Turkish tobaccos. .. i _". '

a danger,: of trouble from giving million vehicles have passed rv f: '- -" .' t:

way too freely< to it, which; unre-I through the Holland Tunnel under

strained! might lead even to phy- the Hudson river connecting New. -
m.lasarr a MmsTw sut.,
sical violence. York and Jersey City. Y

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DITCH DIGGING FORD lines, is due in pert this evening may,
Society PERSONAL MENTION> from Galveston, en route to l" IsIiFiIif' MAKE READY TO


........................ BEJMSPLAYED DISPLAY AUT
........................ The words "United States ofAmerica" COLUMN do Bat receive
Robert Hart, of the lighthouse yo your
be expected to disappear I. _
:Arrange Dance TO BE USED FOR SEWERAGE department who was spending a soon from the postal paperof .... : ..... 1 paper by 6:15 o'clock in to.

short vacation atfe&tiami, Beach, Trevor and Morris. Inc., an- afternoon, call ,
the Philippine islands. PERSONAL telephone 51 Navarro. Inc., is t
At Cuban Club WORK WHEN PROJECT IS nounce en the front pi rj; r
returned by planeyesterday.. page of this
issue that the I and a paper will bo cent to for the big announcement: C-l 1
-- V-8 for
Plans for the Gala Hallowe'en FINALLY APPROVED will be on display tomorrow. 1936 Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday. STOMACH ULCER, CAS PAINS, your home. A complaint boy expected any day now--C.; .)
B. M. Duncan Tuesday .
consulting en- INDIGESTION victims, why di. ,
dance which will be held at the' gineer of the state road depart- October 22, in the showroomsat ........................ suffer For quick relief get a U oa duty at this office from Dodge-Plymouth Workmen are busy i> a\re' :. .
Cuban Club on Friday night are'I ment arrived 312 Simtonton street. I 6:15 to 7:15 for the
I yesterday for a visit free sample of UDGA doc p. m. '
A giant ditch digging machine, There a and renovating the span=*
almost completed according to a are POLITICAL
with his many surprises in
'' family. tor's prescription, at Gardner's purpose of delivering com rooms at the of Du- .
statement Malcolm loaned to the Key West Administration the Ford : r
made today by -J i V-8 for 1936. .one of Pharmacy.oct2479ll141618212325. ,
Finder, 'who is in charge of the J, for digging of ditches them is the roominess of the car. plaint Help n* five yon 100 Southard streets* M that r --
I Frank Sosin returned by plane It ANNOUNCEMENTS : percent service by ealing 51 thing will be .pktaridTa';; :: f
dance arrangements. Members of, is a big car inside and has
if the project is given mor
: sewerage yesterday after a short business 28x the 1936 Plymouth; which w .. I
the Cuban Club are doing all in body room than higher if JOB do not receive The Cilieo. -
'; many pric- i
final I approval has been towed to trip to Miami.Henry displayed within the cc:..
their assist the cJ automobiles. CITY NOVEMBER I
power to sponsors ELECTION > .
of the dance and have agreed to]I i Key West from Lower Matecumbe! Wide seals ore another factorin 12, 1935 I days. .IV-

completelyredecorate: the hall in key by the ferry Key West. I LaCagnini, of the in- the unusual roominess of the ........................ I r 1'.I.I'.I..4T.I"I' Date of the flit aha''I

Hallowe'en colors of orange and+j[ The sewerage project, which dustrial department WPA, who I'ord. Three can ride in the fr m For WIN I be announced on time front I<
Mayor $2,250.00CAN
of The Citizen the
waS aad rya
has met with the of on a business trip to :New sect cf the Fotdor ;
black. installed approval
Colored Sedans
lights are being I I York returned Coupes. DR. H. C. GALEYFor YOU make 5 three letter! MEMBERS OF FISH ment of this auto ajrem-j t :
j yesterday. I
President Roosevelt is still held Convertible Sc ia.i
which will lend added colorto < Roadster and
'words using the letters in the the watch .
II public to fu; L.! I
the affair. j up in the comptroller's office.I Ph..t"oIl. '
word "Paramount"? Rush
The public is invited to attend' Assurance has been given M. EL 1 I I Frank Lewinsky'was a returning -I The new c:..r is bcautif'.Hy up- WM. H.Mayor MALONEFor answer to G. F. Stayton, Dept.your COMMISSION LEAVE announcement Chrysler Motor Compart
Gilfond works administrator : passenger on the plane yester- olstered ani has access"rie-,
the dance in either costume or progress to '
E-l, Des Moines Iowa and you eials clainj that the new D ;: :
I day from brief business to I "''':ch. Reelection i -
civilian clothes as they choose.; for Key West by state 1 a trip Everything fcarronizostfii'lstery -- will get opportunity to win ?2- and Plymouth will raa.jmiles :;
Pritchard's orchestra will furnish, works progress officials, that authorization -:!I Miami. ; ate metallic door '
I 250.00. oct21-ltx :CAME which .:.._
i ______ TO KEY WEST IN IN. on x. gallon v. : t
the music for the night.. to start the work ml|j I i'oaJngs: instrument panel, :Soar For Councilman most economical car ever rut CI

be given by the state office as/;I, Mrs.\ J. Lancelot Lester and handli-s, etc I DR. ARMANDO COBO MALE HELP WANTED TEREST OF INDUS. the market :Mr. Navarro Eta ,

Hallowe'en Party soon as money is made available daughters, Misses Leonella and Ford V-S is i. available in 13: body

by the comptroller for the pro- Ophelia, who were in Miami for types. 10 '.::1" de luxe appoint-: For CouncilmanCLIFFORD MAN for coffee route. $45-a- TRY Gala Hallowe'en Dance Fi.,a:".

On School LawnThe ject. two weeks, returned on the plane moMtf and three without. G. HICKS \ week opportunity. Automobile

F yesterday morning. I I given( as bonus. Write Albert TAX REVISION UNIT
I I Gala Hallowe'en Dance George W. Da\is. stats salt water -
Harris School P.-T. A. will CHURCH SOCIETY Friday. For CouncilmanMARCOS Mills, 9205 Monmouth, Cincin- COMPILES RECORDSContinued
fish conservation commission-
r, have a Hallowe'en party on the I George Mills White, music instructor A. MESA SR. nati, O. oct21-ltx

lawn of the Harris School Tues- | withe WPA, returned yes-')I STEAMSHIP' ALAMO WANTED let and fish conservation commission- ( from Page Ore)
William L. Wilson in chargeof
day afternoon 4 o'clock. HOLDS SERVICES: For CouncilmanJIM
terday from a short business visit .
WPA tive Santa Rosa, FERA ( ...
There will be a' parade and I ROBERTSFor WANTED to, development projects, prc.
to Miami. buy, seven-room "
prizes will be given one for the i I ARRIVES IN PORT house with modern conven- .who, were in Key West last week to legislature).
0,1 v I left for Mi- The tax leagre said itI I Iwas
: yesterday by plane
best costume for both boys and The Young-e.; ;:; Society Mr. and Mrs Jeff Spottswood,:I ___ Police Justice icnccsj;'$30 down, $30 a month. ''ami. based upon infvmMtion i it! C=-:1
girls, and one for the most comi- P resident. Reply
who n* Utlti .
were spending while
a Key sidered reliable.
the First Methodist Church held T.S.CAROFor These officials here in the
a; were
cal boy and girL ; West, left yesterday for Miami.! Steamship Alamo of the Clyde- Box "R, "The Citizen office.oct21.3t. '
"We want again to stats
very beautiful and impressive' : interests of rehabilitating the fish re'
There will be several games a I candlelight service at the church.!j jI i Mr. Spotts\toodfi? -brother; of!., oclock Mallory Sat.rday Lines. ar-i\ed night in from port New 8 Chief of Police .; ,., : 'crawfish and stone crab indus- emphatically," it aid, "thai v 3
witch pot and fortune teller. An Boz
I last night when officers for the SpotUwood, of Kc; West tries in Key West, as shown in an information is not hl"f
(York and after MYRTLAND CATES .
amateur contest will be held in 'I discharging cargo FOR,Rt; lT
'I ensuing term were installed as !I sailed 10 o'clock for ; I interview in The CitizEn. last Sat. the purpose of persecuting c::
the auditorium and a prize will be Stewart : Tampa.
follows: Leonard WPA assist urday. indviiduaL We are interest-1 t -_ _ _
I Freighter :Molina! of the same For Captain of Police. NICELY 'FURNISHED APARTMENT
given. II I I Counselor-:Mrs. Minnie Robin ant district supervisor of women'siwork i)i 827 They left with data tot be com- in abolishing a practice: thai:, 1 t;_
I!! son. professional and service pro-j 1! garage. I, piled in complete and proper form coming: so flagrant as to tcr': r
Maloney Bakery company, who Duval street. octlO!) .
Church Circle President-Ida Kerr. jccts. left yesterday afternoon fora for Presentation to the different destroy our prciciplc of r -."
left Police
Wednesday night on the For Captain of (
Vice President-Lois Sawyer. business conference in Miami. I divisions in Washington, and ex-I ment. Anyone who run-.:'' f
To Hold MeetingThe I Florida, returned Friday morning ROBERT J. LEWIS TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED .,
the constitution statut .
or i 13
Secretary and Treasurer--Jay on the plane from Miami. APARTMENT. Conveniences pect to have their projects ap-
Stricker. John F. Carpenter in charge,I "Bobby"LEGALS porches. 619!) Eliza- proved. must expect to eventually LJ i;:.:1
T. E. I* Class of the First Chairman of Worship--Carolyn'' of labor relations of the WPA in I) ed to account.
beth street. Apply 523
Baptist Church will meet tomon-t, Sands. I Florida, and Miss Gertrude C.!i Attorney .Jack R. Kirchik of I ard street. soutb-I Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday.IIERE'S .

TOW afternoon 4 o'clock at the I, Chairman of ion-Susan!I IPeacon. Huntsman, administration statis-:' Miami. who was in Key West on A Three Days' Cougl

home of Mrs W. P. Archer, 1016. II I tician from Washington who were business and spent a short time I i\ TUB roi-\TV Ji norrs COCHTt
with his parents;, Mr. and Mrs it Ali FOR MONROE: COCTY.tFi.onina. 1 I RELIEF
Fleming street. ] studying problems in West
Chairman of Recreation Key .. Is Your Danger Signal
All members of the class are expected Louise Ketchum. I left by plane yesterday. I Gutman Kirchik, left by plane In r..: The Estate of MONROE THEATERMiriam i { Skin
to be present. I Chairman t, Thursday!; afternoon. RICHARD PEACON.Peoeaiwd.. I Hopkins-Frances DeeBECKY J No matter bow many medidn f
of Publicity-George Wherever it is-however broken the tried for
I Raul ---in- 1 you nave cough,the
Saunders. Carbonell left yesterday NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR IF apply soothing cold or bronchial Irritation, you caf
Chairman of Social Service. afternoon for Miami where he I Coy Dickens was a passenger on FINAL DISCARGB I I.nd SHARP get relief now with Creomu

Melody Hour Janice Roberts. "'I 4 will spend a short time on busi-;i the plane yesterday for Miami\ en Notice rllilOled is hereby administrator given that cum te the.-1 Matinee: Balcony JOe: Ore).... ; Res l Serious trouble may be brewing i_
you cannot afford to take a clian j
On ThursdayOn ness. j i| route to Fort Lauderdale wherehe tam..nto anneso de tkonig non, with Ira: 15.20t Night: 15-25 1 q'I with anything less than Creot <
on the lad day of April lU6. -
goes to become associated present Lion, which goes right to the seI
I 1 to the Honorable Hatch Gunn.
Thursday night the twelfth ARRANGE SPECIAL Charles Tift left yesterday Ii County Florida a final report In' ; and heal inflamed i ibranes
Key West Hour will the plane for Miami and expects --
Melody be
I the above estate; all vouchers, and- PALACEJack as the germ-laden phie
presented under the direction of CHURCH SERVICES to return on the Florida tomor-j j Franklin E. Albert, WPA dis- will ask for the approval of same 1 WAVES is loosened and expelled.
Commodore von Mietk-Liuba, H. i row. trict supervisor of finance and reports and for a final discharge as administrator Buchanan-Lili DamitaBREWSTER'S ; Even If other remedies
| Two Permanents CC
as aforesaid in the estate Of] failed, don't be discouraged,
D. W. I ![ and personnel officer. left of Richard P acon. deceased.Dated -in- for dO.UlJ druggist Is authorized to guar

In accordance with the recent Miss Edna McClintock left by:| Thursday by plane for a business I0th day at of Key September.West.' Florida.A. n. 1 3S.this MILLIONS Better Ware, $5.00 and np Creoxnulsion and to refund y
policy of the Melody Hour Players A meeting to celebrate the 400 plane Thursday afternoon for a visit in Miami T. t:. J. ROBERTS. Comedy MRS. MILLEROcean money If you are not ntisfied '
new talent will be introduced years of the printed English Bible,! short visit with relatives in Mi- Administrator as aforesaid Matinee: 10-15c Night: 15-Z5c results from the very first boo .
sept}. octi-ll-21-ZS View Apt. 1 P..574-J Get CreomuMon right now will be held in the Pres-j ; ; nov4-ll-lS-S
Trinity ami.
it is stated. I Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowles

byterian Church, Tuesday, 7:30'i left by plane Friday afternoonfor I .-- -- .

........................ p. m. I Councilman Joseph M. Cabrera Miami where she will entrain

Sam Pinder will give the address -', returned on the plane Friday)' for Washington, D. C., to accepta

Today's Birthdays morning from Miami where he'!' position with the Civil Service -.

.......................N Speccial music will be given by went Wednesday night on business -(I Commission.
the choir.: i I .' ,.. \ I I
William 1 E. Dodd of Chicago, Dr. Alfred de Barritt.'\ViIi pre- .i : -=---- i FIRMS

Ambassador to Germany, born at side. ; Assistant. State: Attorney J.1< Night Coughs

Clayton, N. C X, 68 years ago. All persons attending'''will 'receive Lancelot Lester returned Frimorning -I 1!i
Quickly checked
a copy of the booklet, "The day; by plane ., from a j / fc' &* without "dosing.-
Jay N. Darling. Chief of the U. Marvel\ of the Ages." t, brief, business' visit:in Miami. vim.
S. Dept of Agriculture's Bureauof I I y.j *t WICKS Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

Biological; Survey, onetime, Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday. Walter Maloney\ head of the'I I gf rub on w VApoRuaDon't I

"J. N. Ding," noted cartoonist,

born at Norwood, Mich., 59 years I

Star American Coffee
Axtell J. Byles of New York, r. 'You Leave Has a taste aid aroma that TIFT'SCASH
president of the American
is in coffee
only found food
leum Institute, born at Titusville, FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY
b. that it's
328 SIMONTON ST.and you can .re
Pa., 55 years ago.
This House fresh because it's fclemJed Im SPECIALTY
f r Key. West 1101 Division Street
Dr. Howard II. Russell of West- I .
erville, Ohio founder of the Anti-! LARGO; tb 18c; PLANTS and VINES.PHONE 29

Saloon League, born at Stillwater.I I STARlb.(25c; .

Minn., 80 years ago. : Unt1ll've Searched Those Bags!I' I PUMPS V. &'Sft. 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

Rev. Albert W.Beaven of Ko- Groceries


Federal Council of Churches born :h' 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
at Moscow, Ida. 53 : Farnsworth '
years ago. '- PHONE 348 'Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
stormed. "And don't 'Aunt PHONE 597

Dr. James L. McConaughy: Charlotte' me," she' snapped

president WetJeyan University, d fi at Anne. "I'm not your aunt."

Conn., born in New York, 48 years Charlotte not her aunt? SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HEREJewfish

ago. :_ Who then,was Anne...Anne 2 Ib*. 35c INSURANCE )

who had lived in the Farnsworth THE KEY WEST
Yellowtail i Steak 2 Ib.. 3Sc -
Stanley Walker of New York house known to *
k Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib.. 25c Offices 319 Duval Street
City. noted newspaper editor, as the daughter of the big

born in Texa:, 37 years ago. man who owned the Farnsworth Grouper, 2 Ib*. 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription

.J Fisheries? Snapper 2 II... .- 25c a
Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday. m Bravely the troubled girl Mutton Fist, 2 !0.! .. 25c -
$2 Per Year
sets solve
out to the mystery

Quick Relief f forChills i aI behind the Farnsworth will FRESH Large Select SHRIMP Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Yo-r M.aU. At

: a document which had made .
Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 6Sc Paper Delmonico Restaurant
her the prey of grasping rela-
; > tives. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen B.clwei..r Beer ___ lie
and Feverand
How she discovers the secret LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Court Dinners. --T

I # F Q. how befriended by aim SOc, 7c, and ass
PHONE' 151 PHONE 51 ---------
Other Effects of r pIe fisher folk she regains her

Malaria! position and sees justice doneto a .5

them at the fisheries-how

Don't put up with the suffering of in so doing she finds a man AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCIiARD

'Malaria the burning-the fever.teeth-chattering Get: rid of Malaria chills. and by worthy of her love-This is 836 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
the ped in package .
of story of .very
retting the infection out your sjstem. IrA
:lllat.I'hat Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic C f
does-destroys and dnvas out the infec \ of
tion.At the same time it builds up your i Tb.
system against further attack. Watch PRINTINGDONE Dignified, SynpatA.ti. -
Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic contains COURAGE j > Doetor

tasteless quinine which J kills the infectionin HIGH Courtesy i
the blood.It also contains iron which Q A BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

builds op the blood and helps it overcome ,
the effects of Malaria as well as fortify WATCHMAKER. JEWELER -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER'ARTMAN

against re-infection.These are the effects by Jeanne Bowman I AND ENGRAVER
you want for COMPLETE Ajnbnlaneo Serrteo -
Chill Tonic U pleasant to take See Him For Tour.Next Work PRESS
and absolutely safe, even for children.
Js'o bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle THE CITIZEN'S NEW SERIAL ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen Bldg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT

today and be forearmed against Malaria. Heursi 9 to 12-1 to 6 Ci'Offi
jf or sale at an drug stores.Now two sizes 51
-see and $1. The $1 size contains 21 i Open Saturday Nights Phone 548 Never S....
times as much as the SOc size and jives
22:413V: t. Leon f2c OU 5100.7. Starting Friday, October 25


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