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: September 5, 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
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Press Day; WIn 1 i W. ';::: -, ;:!>t: Key West Florida, has the

For 55 Years Service.Devoted to the b jjg {tp : (QEtttcn most country equable; w .a weather an average In the

Best Interests of Key West I range of only 14* Fahrenheit



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MANY PERSONS Death List From Storm



PLANE AND, ENGINEERING UNIT OF FERA I Applications for the position oi f County Judge
probation officer of Monroe county -
Great Destruction From SURVEYED CONDITIONS; ORGANIZATION LEAVE FOR from William T. H. Boll, J. showed; license issued to oth- NISHED BY J. E. DUANE,
Carlyle Roberts and Richard H. er than merchants with total rev- ONY HAS BEEN MOVED OUT; DEAD ARE
Hurricane At Tavernier, Sawyer were read last night at. enue of $40-$25 to the state and WHO WAS STATIONED AT I NOW BEING CARRIED AWAY; HORRIBLE

GREAT DESOLATION"The SULTATION the meeting of the county commissioners $15 to the county. KEY'S FISHING CAMPA i

Matecumbe And Several I r and on motion they Clerk Sawyer reported $4- SCENE REPORTED ALL ALONG STORM-

referred to Governor Sholtz,,
were 231.59
I and bonds, on redemption -
Other Points I Matecumbe area and Surrounding John A. C. Bogart assistant to without recommendation. or purchases of tax vivid eyewitness account of STRICKEN AREA
the Riddle, consultant engineer Present at the meeting were
territory presented eFERA certificates during the month of the terrible and disastrous hurricane
Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Commis-
destruction and in Florida and F. II. Mc-
worst scene of Kinley, attached to the PWA en- sioners Win. R. Porter, BraxtonB. August. of Monday is being told by (CopyrirLted-A..oci&ted] Prew)

With each passing hour desolation which I have ever seen. !gineering branch in Key West, Warren and Nathan Niles;; Discuss Liquor Licenses I J. E. Duane, caretaker of Long MIAMI, Sept. 5.-Swiftly and uneventfully the

details of the terrible hurri- said; Fred Johnson superintendentat !{ left yesterday afternoon on thei Clerk Ross C. Sawyer and Chief Liquor applications, which were Key Fishing Camp, who miraculously -

Perky, Flsu, who arrived there j i Steamship Ouba, for Tampa en- Deputy! Bernard W&ite. JudgeD. received at the last regular meet-I escaped: with his life after last group of passengers was removed from the .

cane and its ravages on the yesterday from MiamL route to Tallahassee for a con- A. McDougal, of Washington, ing of the board were discussed.
sultation relative to water pipe was also present. Those of Saunders Wholesale Gro-' going through the camp situatedat stranded and battered er Dixie today while relief

Keys become more Mr. Johnson made the trip by lines for Key West. Judge McDorgal addressed the cery, Charles I, and Lumley Park,' that place and owned and operated -.

breaking and heart-j I plane to Key West and after a At meetings held the early part board relative to his immense Raul Vasquez, Albino Morales and. by the Florida East Coast workers hurried to take all injured persons on the

i short time with his family returned of the week this matter was set- holdings in the county and expressed Aquilino Lopez, were approved i Hotel Company. 1 i i hurricane-stricken Florida Keys to Miami a'''.d beganto
In another column in to his headquarters where he tled with the city council which his appreciation at the by the board.Applications I Besides Mr. Duane there were'
1 r was contacted over long distance held two meetings for the purposeof fair and equitable decision re- : of Joseph S. RuSe! nineteen other persons at the gather bodies of the dead.

Citizen appears a list of passing resolutions relative to garding tax reductions which were sell, "Sloppy Joe's," and George; camp but all have lived to tell the
: phone by The Citizen.Matecumbe hundred and
Low Driftwood Hotel One forty-three
persons saved dead and i the master, the gist of the reso- tentatively agreed upon at a at tale of suffering which they will passengers were
is flat. Nothingleft nier '
lutions being as follows: meeting of the tax Adjustment were over for the re- long remember. The 19 persons left on the Dixie last night when higher winds halted
missing and other informa- standing in all that section cessed meeting to be held September -;
Mayor Wm. H. :Malone was au- board. several weeks ago. included Fran Thorn, carpenter;

tion relative to this except one building at Taivernier thorized to file with the federal To Arrange Settlement 11. Paul Richardson aaid Oscar Collins -i I transfer in the rescue. All were removed from the

great and of the many thousands of authorities an application for a The judge said he was to leave Liquor license applications received member of a repair crew; a''

catastrophe. But this does loan and grant to aid in financingconstruction Key West in a few days for Oklahoma last night were from Oscar section foreman, Mr. Rousch, his i liner, which was thrown aground Monday night by
coconut trees few left.
only a are
I I of water pipe lines ., there to make arrangement Solano, Jose Lopez, Georgina Her i wife and four small children; eight hurricane within
not by no Long Key is another scene nandez Sosin, Jose Sanchez and the raging three hours today.
means convey an from Key West to the source of for the settlement of the delin- i section! hands and two women, the

idea of the vast property which is evidence of the terrific, supply. quent taxes due. the county on the Juan CarbonelL These will be j jI last ten being" colored. I NO ACCURATE CHECK AS YET

forces of wind and waves, said Mr. H. S. Riddle consultant engineer passed on at the next meeting of i The section foreman and fam- '

destruction and loss of life Johnson. Ravpfees' of the elementsseen with FERA and John A. C. land.Relative to the applications for I the board. I ily arrived at Long Key the morn- In the meanwhile an accurate check of fatalitieson
I Bogart, sanitary engineer, are directed probation officer it was the sense Resolutions were adopted re- ing of the storm from further up t
caused by the raging of the' on every hand. to furnish such informa- Jf the board that with the applications questing permission from State i the line from which point he had the barren Keys was impossible with estimates of tI
Asked how dead I
many personshe
tion the United States there be sent to the Treasurer Knott to transfer from been transferred to '
elements. as govern- gov- I' Long Key. workers ranging from 200 to 500.
had seen he said that a conservative rescue
the Indebtedness Fund to
ment through the FERA may reasonably ernor an opinion of the board $1,100 Bern At 4 O'CIock
estimate would be about 10
From various sources but he did not haute any idea of request in connectionwith members that the 'appointment of the General Revenue Fund and I While in the buildings the men W. P. Mooty, of Miami\ personal representativeof
the application.City a probation officer at this time is $700 to the Fine and Forfeiture report that they had to hold the
there come, many stories of the loss of life among the veterans Attorney J. Lancelot Lester without justification in consideration Fund in order to make a payroll I four little children over their Governor Sholtz in the hurricane area, advised the

death and-destruction.. Someof especially those, who were on the was authorized to furnish such of the financial condition e( for employes in those branches of: heads to keep them from drown "'
: trainwhich was sent from Miami\ chief executive deaths from tlle-storftt''maheu: hone
legal information to the Federal the county. The job of probation the county's government.I I ing. They were breast deep in
to take them to Hollywood.
these have been verified I Emergency Relief Administrationof officer was characterized: by Mr. A number of bond offerings I water for over a half hour. 1 thousand."
He said that about 10 cars were
Public Works necessary to support Porter as a sinecure. which were received following the According to Mr. Duane the
and others have been proven.; washed from the tracks and the application and Willard Report of Sheriff K. O. Thompson advertisement in The Citizen call-,I storm began of hurricane intensity -i "Words cannot describe the horrible disaster,"
several of the cars look to be
unfounded. In times like M. Albury, city auditor, was au- of deposits in the First National ing for bids, were unanimously re- about 4 p. m. on Monday aid
about 400 feet from the rizht-of-:!: \ said in
Mr. the
fused. Mooty a telegram to "Everyone
thorized to furnish any financial Bank for August showed a total t the wind increased hourly from a!, governor. -
It there he believed that
these, i it is said it is well for way.the greatest was loss of life will be information required and II. S. of $102.66. I In a communication from thegovernor's northerly direction while the: as far south as Carabec Colony has been moved
Riddle and John A. C. Bogart will Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd office attention wsts't i barometer fell at the rate of .01 i iI

readers to heed only those recorded.Mr.. Johnson. said that! the furnish engineering information reported deposits of $749.05 during I I called to the proposed fund for I I inch every five minutes. By six out, the injured first. They are now. moving the

which from needed in support of the applica- the month of August to the generally advertising the state, to o'clock the building began to give
reports come I odes of
tnproximate'y 30 "
were tion. different funds, distributed ac be designated as the AU Florida way under the lash of the storm dead. Fifty so far. Rebuilding Bridges to cross
authentic and track washed oti altogether. That follows Advertising Fund with a proposed .
sources pay : and the water rose on the north- *
while the concrete viaducts were Snake Creek. .
General Revenue, $128.18; 10 cents per capita propria- ly side of the island raid by 9:30p.
attention to the hundreds standing: and apparently uninjured COMPILING LIST
no there were many places on Fine and Forfeiture. $39.63; lion which the county had ten- m. was 18 or 20 feet deep on It was Snake Creek, then a raging torrent, that

of rumors which are heard,+ ties and tracks Outstanding Indebtedness Fund tatively agreed upon.It the north side of the i island. In I
them where the
had completely disappeared. In OF KEY GROUPS $184.94; was the opinion of the board i! fact the water was nearly up as prevented immediate penetrating of the Keys Tues-
on every hand.A Special Advertising. $13.21; that the governor's office be ad- high as the railroad tracks and
other' places the tracks were there I I Special Bond and Interest! vised that in view of the great'I I was! being held back by the em- day to learn the fate of war veterans quartered at
summary of news items re- but warped and twisted so ES to '
FERA WILL MAKE KNOWN $26.42; catastrophe which has visited Mon bankment.
ceived by The Citizen during the be useless. At Key Vacas several PERSONS LOST OR IN- Road Fund. $26.42; roe county, especially on the keys,1, Around 9:20 p. m. the centeror three camps.
track and fill seemed to I
past 24 hours is given herwith: have miles disappeared.Other of I JURED General School $132.10; the resources of the county will I I eye of the storm passed over The tropical disturbance, its hurricane winds lost

In a radio message received by Special School Bond and Inter- be greatly overtaxed to render at which time the stars were
the sheriff's office, B. MV Duncan, terrible. evidences of the I est. $66.05; necessary assistance to the stricken -]I visible over the island: and to the I I on moving inland near Cedar.Keys yesterday, was
fury of the winds! were a great A fist of ail known residents on '
Special School Tax District families in the district. ecetward for a distance of fouror centered in south central Georgia; today headed at a
advises that "Lewis and John are number of automobiles at differ the Florida Keys was being prepared -
I Number 1, $132.10.In Following the regular meetingthe five mile", :
missing. Rest of the ferry crew ent points on the keys which were this morning by the Key quickening pace for the Atlantic Ocean.
connection with the above board met as the delinquenttax Blew 175 to 200 Mile A. Hour
safe. Also missing are Joe Lowe I apparently smashed and twisted West Administration in an effortto
the collector's report shows as Adjustment board, discussed! a The seas were mountainous and !:. Fifty-one bodies", \f ery few identified," lay in the
Neff and of
Clarence said son. out, ,shape. ascertain as soon as possiblethe
emitted to State Treasurer W. V. number of adjustments as prepared the barometer was very low.j!
Arrived at camp walking from "I have heard of the destruction names of persons injured or l morgue here., All were bodies of men, except one
Knott, as county treasurer ex- by Clerk Sawyer, and approved About 10:10: p. m. the wind came i
Marathon. Continuing North. Ex- wrought by !storms! and winds, end lost through the hurricane Monday -
officio. $458.12. less commissions them, after which a recess was from the opposite direction before woman and two girls. Leonard K. Thompson, in
tensive damage done at Lower i have seen the ravages of the elements night and Tuesday. I i!I

Matecumbe with Camp 3 practically -1 I 'here in Key West when I Through telephone communication of $8.98. net $449.14. ordered I the a gale lull estimatel and was I carried at 175 along to; 200 by(I: charge! of local.Red Cross relief said "that's a matter
AH bridge' much but haveI with No Name the Administration ---
wiped out. was ywUnger, never Key I "
miles hour. The water rose for the to decide when asked
(equipment still here but damaged."; imagined that such a beautiful hopes to have thee an government today con-

Attorney and ?Mrs. Raymond and' prosperous section of th ,I names of as many as possible com-: CUBA ARRIVES TAKING INJURED I of rapidly the island over the Mr.southerly Duane and side a cerning reports that bodies of storm victims would be

Lord and daughter, Joan Ray and country could be transformed into,I piled. Boats in the rescue party
Eugene Sands, who were at Marathon -' such a terrible picture of devastation -I which left here yesterday were companion were on the porch! of cremated on the Keys.GOVERNOR .
SAFE AT TAMPACAPTAIN ONES TO MIAMI!''a building made a dash for anoU..rbuilding
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. suffering and woe, as that I returning this morning to No Name I about 60 feet distant but MAKES TOUR OF KEYS
A. Parrish and family for several part of the Florida Keys over, Key from the stricken area and door
reached the they
days, returned last night on the'' which I passed this morning"'I from persons aboard them it was I HARRINGTON SENDS WILL BE GIVEN TREATMENT before were inundated they; to a depth waist Governor Sholtz left Tallahassee early today by
train from Marathon. Miss Lou said Mr. Johnson.Mr. hoped authentic information

Roberts was also a returning pas-;I Johnson concluded by say could be obtained. WIRE ANNOUNCING AR. THERE ACCORDING TO high.They succeeded in gaining'entrance automobile to tour the Keys.

senger. i ing that the Perky property was Compilation of the list of names RIVAL OF SHIP to the building where the Fears were felt at Cedar Keys, probably the
Mr. Sands told The Citiztn that not at all affected by either wind of persons known to be residingon I ANNOUNCEMENTInjured
the Parrish home and fish house I i or water. the Keys is being made by other people had gone for safety worst damaged city on the west coast, for lives of

were totally destroyed and he, his iI I F. Townsend Morgan. All regis- I Mrs. C. D. Harrington, wife of persons on the Keys but by enough this time that the the building water hadrisen of four fishermen who set out in two small craft Tues .

family and guests were forced to I ADVISORY tered citizens there are being as-I Captain Harrington of the P. and are being taken into Miami for
Lady Ashley, whose home becamethe day. They had not returned today hours after the
take refuge at the Sombrero Fishing certain: from the court house I lO. S. S. Cuba, this afternoon received treatment, according to a radio refuge, was afloat and beginning ; ,
managed by Ted liar. records and in addition a compilation a telegram from the howling hurricane had struck at the Cedar
Lodge, I Storm InformationSorthcast cap- message sent by M!: E. Gilfond to I to break up. Mr. Duane was Keys area _
of the of all relief'I tain that
advising the
names vessel i
vey.After the sto.m a survey wa storm warnings continued clients is being furnished by Mrs. reached Tampa in safety this Dr. E. H. Carnes this,morning. trapped in the hallway and in a with 100-mile winds.In .
at Savannah. Ga.,, to :New- moment was precipitated through
made of the island and four Bern, N. C. Tropical disturbance Nina Ryder Johnson. morning.As .' Three doctors who were taken an opening into the sea. He one boat were Vinson McCIoud\ and Jim Mc-
negroes were declared missing. The complete list will! be available -! there were a number of Key by Mr. Gilfond to Matecumbe,1[
is his through the water
in intensity, ; fought way Cloud and Reddy Davis and Ray Campbell were in the
One injured brought to at the Administration offices: West n, and friends who left
negro was central over southeastern Georgia were where he is located now, have and grasped the top of coconut
Key West for treatment. J, Gerry Curtis, acting adminis- visiting in Key West, there wasa I
moving northeastward with increasing for Miami to aid in administeringto tree and clung to the broken
This morning a telegram was trator, said.CHURCH; f ling'of uneasiness prevalent I other.Rescued
rapiditv. Will cause southeast said. fronds. off the Dixie
I breught
the were
received from Mr. Parrish by Chief gales on the coast and strong here as to the safety of the voy injured message Knocked: .: Uneonci passengers

Deputy Bernard Waite. advisingthat I shifting winds near center this SUPPER agers. This news will relieve Inr a later radiogram. medical sup In a few minutes he; noticed here and told of singing merry tunes as the destruc-

Ferris Farrinjrton had been 1 I their anxiety.' plies, including rubber gloves, disinfectant -
'I afternoon und tonight diminishing the building containing the people'flo4ing'out I tion appeared inevitable" as mountainous waves
found dead in his boat this morn commoditieswere
south of Wilmington tonight. and similar to ,sea but lost con-
ing. The body arrived on the, IS POSTPONED E. WHITMARSH requested by""tie administra sciousneW when struck on the smashed the vessel harder and harder upon the coral

afternoon train from Marathon. f I tor.Ten I I back of the head by floathlgdebris. sand bottom. Calmly they told of bravery of the
Another telegram was receivedat f at
1 Friday and SaturdaySPECIAL I boats have been placed When he became conscious -
the sheriff's office from Sher- Announcement has been made' DIES IN TAMPAThomas \ the disposal of the Administration : he saw that he was lodged
iff K. O. Thompson in which it is f by St. Paul's Choir Guild that the for carrying medical and food I I in the tree 20 feet above the crew.Bewildered disaster
survivors of the Keys told of
advised "condition much worse Parish Entertainment and Sup 1
1 CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK supplies to Matecumbe from No ground and the building with the
than I anticipated' Will be back LAYER CAKE per which was to be held on Tuesday -' F. Whitmarsh, of Name Key. II j II people had been carried back: onshore the night of horror as howling winds and thunderingwaves

Friday.' Have been unable to I APPLE SAUCE LAYER September 10, has been in- Olivia street, received a wire today I This morning no one who went II ]I by the wind when it had battered their fellows to death. Seventy

reach either Tavernier or Isla- CAKE only ..... 35c: definitely postponed on accountof advising him of the death of I to Matecumbe from No Name Key|:I abruptly shifted and came from men

morada. Ilt the great anxiety and sadness! I his brother, Ernest Whitmarsh in had returned to No name, so that I I a southerly direction. of Camp Number Three on Lower Matecumbe\ Key,

Damage to Alligator Reef lighthouse NPE oCK in the city following the great I Tampa.No I definite information verified by!,t The wind :was still blowing at virtually the only survivors there clung through the

will total about $10,000,I Phone 818 Free Deriver disaster on the keys from the other information was con- telephone conversation was still j'' a hurricane velocity but noon ,

,(Continued on Page Four) tropical storm. j tained in the telegram. < lacking. [ (Continued on Page FOOT) i night to a tank car filled with water.




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3ic jGBtst Cttfon THE CHARTER OAK ........................t NO PALMS HEREBy ,> SAVANT UNEARTHS

Published Daily Except Sunday By 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKSBy REVIE\VSt] ( A late* ) j jMcALLEN I
THE ('CITIZEN!'\ PIBLISH1\0 CO. INc. The recent issue of memorial 3-cent .. Tex. -Although

JOE Ali-E-N.L. P. AMi ARTXAA.ta.t,.Fre....We... t BIu.a-.r postage stamp bearing a picture of Con- Don Herold calls itself the "City of Palms itl! ( .--...* Press)

From The Citizen BuildingCorner necticut's famous Charter Oak recalls the What They Say Whether. a man from a northern state could!I STOCKHOLM, Sept. 5.-A
and Ann Streets
Greene -.. Right Or Wrong :not buy a palm tree, big: or little, < king's tomb of ancient Greece,

Only T>ally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe historic preservation of the colony's char- ....................p... in MeAIlen to decorate his Pewlyj! unplundered and believed to contain .
County. ter and commemorates the founding of the 'We'llif ; purchased citn.s farm. Eventua1l7.he '. valuable relic of Uyceuan
fcntered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter yo Ja.. P. Pope. U. S. Senator from" culture discovered
-FIFTY-.IXTR YEAR first permanent settlement 300 years ago. Idaho, in Europes located some 31 miles away has been by
i after discovering that low prices a Swedish expedition IB the JR un.
Associated Mevfcrr Press.( tfce i. exclusively Aurtatd PrenTh .ntltle* to ns. While the tercentennial is being celebrated "The world today is traveling I had forced most of the nurseriesout tains of Argons, east of My enae.

for repubUcatlon of all news dispatches cre*>'.d to > this year, a trading post was established you G t in the same ship. and all nations I! of palm culture. The expedition is heeded by
It not otherwise credited In this paper..1so tI endeavor to reaeh the same destin 1
_tbe or local news published leers.NATIONAL at the present site of Hartford by don'twatch s re ...e .. r,, tI I ation-peace. I, The Professor Axel W. Person, who
Chinese distilled
4 f lr liquor excavated the fameos Pendra
) EDITORIAL) ) the Dutch from New Amsterdam (New I ?k tt.sri 117 1e s st le 4ssb ItyrtsN tI I before the Christian era, and "ar-'tomb which yielded gold and silver .

ASSOCIATION, York) in 1633. This was shortly sold to y M yl1 ianNM etdt o s r fi.s+ 1 Ja.. A. Moffett, Federal Hauung'' rack" was made in India as early! cops, bronze weapons and

1 C/t' u. /93 SaSBSCRIPTIOS the English colonists;, who settled at Weth- tv4 I Administrator back from China: as 800 B. C. ; other relics dating back to' 1S5O
ou "My impression is that China, asa |i B. C.
: RATEROne ersfield in 1634 and at Windsor and Hartford -
Tear _._..... -. whole, is not as badly off as] .definitely} over, especially in a I Like the Deadra tomb tie new
Six Months -. .. =. _.. ....... _...='li! in 1635. The three towns adopted the many would have us think. ;i! country served by an expanding discovery is of the beehive type.It .

One Three Month Months : : first written Constitution in the New World I t I ,, network of excellent highways.; is l located on at small mountain

Weekly Joseph T. Robinson. Democratic plateau near Berbafr i, in ancient
in 1639.A .
ADVEKTISTIBIG RATES leader in the Senatet ,, S. A.Neave. British Entomologist: Prosynina

Hade known on SPECIAL application.-NOTICE liberal charter for the colony was "You cannot; pick up a daily!| "Insects represent sixty per cent

All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution of granted by Charles II in 1662. In 1687, I paper that does not reflect a rise 1|I of the living creatures in the Subscribe to The. Citizen-20c
reapect. obituary notices eta, will be charged for at BOLD BAD MONTHS in the stock market, an increasein world." weekly.\.
the rat of 18 cents a tin*. James II sought to take away the charter,
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha I profits or a resumption of --- --
revenn4 is to bq derived are 5 cents a line. and sent Sir Edmund Andros. to Hartfordas Look: out for September October. bile accident deaths La the last four I dividends." ;; :;:::.-- .
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discns- November and December.They're 10.088 the four : Ar AIr .. .AIr'. .< Lion of public Issues and subjects of local or general the royal governor, but the assembly refused months against in first ---- -----
bad babies. months, and in second four. I
11,818 the
but it will not publish anonymous commanications. '
Interest I R. O.
to surrender the charter, hiding the They're out to kilL Why w practically this same ratio McCyllodipsaraaee. j

document in the hollow of the historic tree months They're of worse the year than, automobile-acci-any other four true arrives every earlier year every? Because evening,darkness because I "With President low: interest- rates and a,
The who does his work time
man on ; henceforth known as the Charter Oak. dently speaking. They're) 40 percent the streets are wetter and slicker, because renewal of confidence, the stage "Make Your Paper Pay
all the time, has plenty of time. worse for example, than January, we still have summer driving is set for a complete recovery and
When James II was dethroned and February,March and ApriL habits, and because we are in more of a
the end of the I
fled to France in 1689 the charter The thing that amazes me about this holiday spirit. depression"Ceorge '
: whole automobile business is \\hattodoaboutit?
that we Be 40 percent
We, too, departing, may leave our brought from hiding and the Connecticut know so much about it,and do so littleto more careful in the months that are H. Payne, Federal Communications -i\ You Dividends! 5
fingerprints in the rogue's gallery. stop it. I have been reading some KNOWN to be 40 percent more dan- Commiiiioner;
colony resumed government under its i
provisions figures gathered by The Travelers gerous. Cooperate with the police in
which had been suspended by An- Insurance Company, and they foresee their safety efforts. When you get a "The radio in this country is'$ i
15,000,deaths and 400,000 injuries for ticket take your medicine, don't try. practically entirely in the hands:
The man who has no difficulties, dros for about a year and half, ( the last four months of this year. to get it fixed. of those interested solely in its

sounds no depths and scales no heights.i Such is the tradition. of the Charter; Starting.Labor Day we'll begin the big Be scared instead of cocksure when commercial aspects.! \ Money Saving Prices
carnage.In you drive a car in September October
Oak, but unfortunately contemporary 1934. there were 14.094) automo- November and December.
Mr*. Franklin p. Roosevelt: S -s S
X1i e wonder is how ayune managedto evidence of the hiding of the charter in its ._ -- "If I gave 'up traveling by air,
| Watch rjtE KEY, WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -
I liveJbefore vitamins trunk exists and the story rests. I also would traveling by I ;.
wj rediscovered.li upon I MAKES SURVEY OF i ii give up W
: : land." & closelyfor. special .savings on your
: "" doubtful authority. There was a large oak KEY WEST IN SILVER STANDARD I
household necesjt eI:| Make your paper pay you
-A constructive criticism I sometimes in Hartford to which the incident was as- DAYS GONE BYHappenings Raymond Moley, once clcse, advisor ''
i W dividends.; The }most: lnteresting news in the k*
y does- n- ndividual more -good tan a compliment cribed, however, and it stood there, an } [
Here Just Years I NANKING Sept. 5.-So that I "I have not yet reached the JO paper today is the advertising where you can
of veneration until 1856.
object Ago Today As Taken. From President Roosevelt may be kept i stage of demagoguery where? I believe } kj save many dollars on the family budget by jji

.3 The Files Of The Citizen I. fully posted on the effects of the]I all business men. have horns | patronizing those merchant who advertise their
"Classes in parachute jumping are be- THE NEW POTATO LAWA I American silver purchasing policy;I and cloven hoofs." II II i iI

Mr. and Mrs.. C. II. Abbott, in China Dr. J. Lossing Buck is' goods. W
we'll wait until
coming numerous, but New York City, have recently 1 making a survey tour of this vast: I I I Millard E. Tydings, ,,. S. Senator! 3 k

they work out a correspondence course. law completed the decoration for the silver-standard country. I I from Maryland: 1
passed Congress for
new, by COST
Over Sea Company's windows.j I Dr. Buck, whose novelist wife, ,I II "I get bids to a lot of cocktail
"potato control" appears at first glance to j I 1 I OF LIVING DOWN TO THE OF EVERY- J
The best to get share of the On one side is a chest of Pirate, Pearl Buck recently obtained a I parties but I don't go to all of LEVEL
way your have about reached the limit of absurdity.And gold with the rough rock strewn i! divorce at Reno, has for many them." W 3ODVS PURSE. Jk

wealth of the country is to work hard for if the government does not employ beach symbolic of the present and'' years been head of the agricultural '

U.nd! that is also the most satisfactoryway. another of and for past key beaches. In the other,, e<<=economics department of the Tom Connelly U. S. Senator from j i
army spies window is a bungalow situated:':University of Nanking. He is an I Texas: : : A merchant who advertise hi* prices

its enforcement' it seems likely that potato near silver lake with a path leading -i|"old China hand" and speaks the "The surest way to involve us O charged a customer 20 cents for an article that *

s I jootlegging may become a new industry. to the ocean amid beautiful, language fluently. I in war is to tell the world we will Jt merchant for.
Business Club will not fight under circumstances." non-advertising ,charged 40 cent
A Fifty Years in shrubbery and palm trees. The Immediately after no .
I Anyway, here are some of the provi- announce-I 1
hold a meeting in Washington. Members decorators have received many,I went from Washington ., Why this big difference? S
sions of the law, which will apply to every compliments on the neat had been made an observer for George 3. Dent, Secretary of War

will probably agree that the last six years person who raises more than five bushelsof of the windows. appearance -|I|the treasury, he set off on a swing The days of long:: and, exhcust'ng -

have been the hardest. for sale. .through the southern provinces.He marches: for foot soldiers seem % By patronizing; the merchant who presentS
potatoes I -- -- -- --- -
Wednesday was selected for the!,I had already toured north and their; Frees frankly l and openly each week you

The state of individual civilization Before marketing his potato crop, the celebration of the Woman's..'I central China unofficially. i BENJAMIN LOPEZ bit help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT Jl
raiser must obtain a quota from the gov- Union I FUNERAL HOME
Christian i
__ be when reflect that OF
can judged we some In
a recent vote on its "blue ,
ernment. Then he must obtain tax exemp- birthday, but because of incle j Serving Key West I '
Hollywood" cuties, and others elsewhere, tion certificates entitling him to sell that rent,weather the party was postponed -. laws" Fayettesville N. C., de- Half Century _
cided to allow the sale I
would rather possess the "most beautiful by the local branch of the': of gasolineand 24 Hoar Ambulance .Service 5 (Make your paper pay you dividend
am.ount of potatoes without paying a stiff soft drinks during church
organization until yesterday after- Licensed Embatmer"
legs than the most beautiful children.
.. tax. Before marketing potatoes? harvested noon at which time the members, hours, but voted against dancing Phone. 135 Night 696-\\ 1 }
after ,.4r.AfT.I'.I' '''
midnight .
after December 1, 1935 they "shall be met with Mrs. W. W. Dementi at'', on Saturdays. ,.I'I".JIT.I'.I'. '
Monday: all day the Weather Bureau A short
928 Whitehead street. ]i --- -- ------- --
packed in closed and marked containers to !are all taking much interest in the
had ) house and hundreds of Key business meeting preceeded the,;
pen !i organization. 11111"1111. r;
which shall be attached tax stamps or tax social hour.Officers.
Wesferr availed themselves of the hospitality exemption stamps." I! .......!.................,...etp.ltg.,.*.,.." r............,.......::..
1 J.ejtso. tu e's Lesdt.g Il.tel'eTHE .
extended G. S.
by Meteorologist
who sells of the customs yester-
Anyone or buys potatoes not
Kennedy, and his efficient staff of as- day afternoon captured a chauffeur ,
packed in the prescribed containers with
sistants. and charged him with havingin
stamps affixed, shall upon conviction be his possession 12 quarts of in- < Ik

fined not more than $1,000, and for a toxicating liquor in his posses September Specials I
For the reason that gambling He before
very sion. was given a hearing -i
second offense a prison sentence of not e WN' ila +
debts cannot be enforced by law, they are i United States CommissionerC. K yet,; :

paid:with more promptness than business more than a year may be imposed in addi- : Rodney, Gwynn and placed I Ii
tion to the fine. i under bond of $300. : ..
debts They honor obligations. How-
; are i
It must have taken a real brain trusterto 1--- : ..
everit is difficult to see why a business Scoutmaster George F. Archer -- --

debts not also an honor debt. think that one up. But the law might 1I announces that Troop 5, Boy .t A' Heavy GalrapizerJ WILLOW CLOTHES: i

have gone a step farther and required that I Scouts,,will meet at 7 o'clock Jarkaenvllle. Florida ,
each individual potato be wrapped in Monday morning at headquartersin CHAS. B. GRItER. M_.... 'M 12-QL Baskets t

:Queen Astrid's death on the road to cellophane.THE. Arch Lane for the purpose of where A human yon:will home-like find ,....Institution Individual BASKETS !

Kusscach recalls Schiller's: .familial ward, ,;ry making the trip to Boca Chica to rsfert ad .n.I..t a mat- : I :
in the of the i I Iter or great Importance. l .
participate opening 30c i
with:reference to the only way miarri'' $1.40
Over Sea Highway opening. The IS .
Tell could take in his WAR LORD'S PRAYER. A sled flrenreef balUI-a leeetee I' -
from is
escape pursuer I motorcade will leave from South- ... the ....r' or he city :
{"Durch diese hohle. Gasse uss er -- ard and Simonton streets 10 : I

komrfien, denn as geht keain anderfer Weg Amid the tenseness which exists over o'clock Monday morning. .. and Every;Shower Room Hath with,Combination Radio Electric Tub : FLOOR KITCHEN :
| the inevitable between I Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
nachrKussnach. seemingly war Italy
Key West Athletic Club met![Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with '
and Ethiopia and the fear which grips! last evening at the clubhouse and I i Mattresses of Inner Spring Con- GARBAGE CAN
let ruction and Individual Bea4 l" MOPS 6" 44
There are a lot of folks who would Europe over the possibility!' of another held one of the most important;Ing Lamps. > I ,. !
of the A new lease i .
meetings year. RATES
: \
like to have the Ten Commandments world conflict almost I \ '
as- an forgotten piece '
has been secured the' presidentMr. ai.gleSA 85c
by : R.._., Private Bath .:z... I ( 8 sizes to pick ; :
signed to the horse and buggy age withno by Mark Twain is being republished.Mark Sinnott and they are looking HO R.._.. Private Beth 1H
restraint:> on their lives and no regardfor Twain was a delightful humorist forward to one of th* most suc- 4e R___.. Private Balk 3A. from I! i
.. __
in the history of I 24 R Private Bath 33Ls I _
the rights of others. But they, with but there is no humor in this bitter the cessful club.seasons Many new members have !SLIGHT Sample INCREASE RM... Private FOR Bath DOVBLBOCCTTPAHCT Cite : . :

others will find there will never be a com piece of writing, called the "War Lord's been taken; in recently and they .

promise with principle and morality.Jf Prayer," which follows: -- ., : ANOTHER15&Piece

"0 Lord our God help us to tear ,
as some contend, war is necessaryto their soldiers to bloody shreds with our '

keep down' the human population, or i it shells; help us to cover their smiling fields Your Checking Account Imported Dinner Set j

would be overrun with the species then with the pale forms of their patriot dead;

that:contention need not be realized for help us to drown the thunder of the guns

the automobile i U killing people faster than with the wounded writhing in pain; helpus A Permanent Record : Given Away This Weeki

war.and: maiming more. A yearly toll ot to lay waste their humble homes with a
a'' -* *'With the many new Federal and State taxes? now' : .,.!,eepeeeeeeee*. :
36,01)0) killed and nearly a million injuredis hurricane of fire; help us to wring the .
: i it i imporUeu tkat keep -
more than ever. is yon a pcnnauent
certainly a barrier to over-population. hearts of their unoffending widows with .record... ," of your every transaction.YOWJ" '

unavailing grief; help us tq turn them out !
J checking account with us can keep your LIGHT BULBS2SJo60Watt2 15c
3t is desirable to cultivate the spirit roofless with their little children to wander i for you. Your,.deposits and checks' are a reliable' and .*-- for I

of fellowship and goodwill, as the winning unfriended through wastes of their des- ceptaJ4e record of your income end outgo your sales and .

force in individual, social, and Nationalpro olated land in rags and hunger and thirst, .expense. fully worth the small charge 'made for the serv' I
The., of course, if "balance ia sufficient there
ice. your .
ess. Of this there is no disputing, sport of the sun flames of summer and the .. charges.A .

-nevertheless one must keep an alert icy winds of winter, broken in spirit worn are H

eye-that no undue advantage is taken of with travail, imploring Thee for the refugeof "keep. monthly If it should statement be lest is, our rendered files you on your which account you should are 1 Sooth Florida Contracting &- Engineering Co. j

this=inental attitude by individual com- the grave and denied it-for our sakes always open te you.

munity and Nation. To be effective this who adore Thee Lord blast their hopes See us for complete banking service. I Phone 598 White aid Eliza Struts i iI .

neighborliness must be reciprocal and at l: blight their lives, protract their bitter

least an approximate balance maintained. t I pilgrimage make heavy their steps, water The first National Bank of Key West' if CII "Yn UF boJfJ. I* Worthy 4>.f the Jest" \

It might be more blessed to give than to receive -. their way with their tears, strain the white ;;i ..
but it is more natural and satisfying snow with the blood of their wounded I Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation i ..................s..............................................0...:

to rJLake !it a 50-50. proposition.! i feet!" ., _' !: .
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..............ae.se. creased in intensity but is still fct-J.INDIA LIMITS

.''' STAR I tended by strong shifting wndsj
THE WEATHERs and gales. Heavy rains have oe- MANEATER BONUS

Burred during e last 24 hours!I '
..... -- .J9VSTMOftltl MASZAN SIMS I SPORTS't s.!. .s ae.Temperatures'............ on the west coast of the Florida!! (aT Aa.eeutra rr_)

peninsula, Tampa reporting 3.18 I I CALCUTTA, &pt. 5.-His ma-

.na kcr. France 'eU*..lay w.. t.,one."..at'* Frances glanced at plump ber watch rose _....._._....... ....88 inches, and there have also leen I jesty's government of the central
band. tolmustJ1'
dote aentlt female tcko masspuereryraral and extended a Lowest ,..... -- -._19 heavy rains in portions of the 1 provinces of India has offered

a and uttrybodit.: Emily Sag ka.kai or- ;monopolize; your! time." Ton! Mean ....._._.._. .__._.-__84 J north and middle Atlantic States, $56 a bead for dead man-eating

:.J"rsII"tttn _. ,vitkout" do ever tin have beta more than klpd Normal Mean ._. .._.*....... ._83 Washington, D.' c., 3.30 inches, tigers in a district where they
\tvint otto to
It would.be !Inaccurate to say that "
Itttlt tkie taut froftdt ..N,.. RaiafaU'Yesterday's and New York City l.OJ inches Menace\ natives.
for ttonnffster Kven My Edict* Dr. Markbam shook hand Rather. But his
Precipitation .37 Ins. Abnormally cold weather prevails 1 majesty's governmentof
Sane, who obvtoiuly adore Emljr she allowed her hand to be fatm.I '
it nattkl kind of toy France -J Normal Precipitation .__ .22 Ins. from the northern Plains States' the central: provinces is cant
Ftltom &off*..to. row Ardmore.SmUg near U hone beinaMhippttl hope you will feel come and see n, often. .......f.............ee. I .Tfcl. rrrr4. rover. 2t-..... pert.de.4iaR eastward over the Lake region I tious. It offers only $5.50 on
We like to that In- CARDINAI4sPiwN
parents are I
t.ttead of beaut mUotced to at toBr" TENNIS GAMES i at .'clM-L .... rm.TMlmf.Tomorrow' and Ohio Valley with light frost the production of each body.
terested in efforts.
Vatcr, "ir' ht wanted our
n ;vcfymyck. FOLLOWING Almanac
this morning in North Dakota.G. For the balance the hooter
"Thank you. I ,hall. Frances assured .._.__.........
_. I ARE Sun rises 6:10 a. m. S. KENNEDY, must wait another six months. If
her. BRAVESTOKEEP) ARRANGED: Son sets .._-_m........_ 6:41 p. m. Officer in Charge.
there are no more human victims
Chapter Two She went then to the Freshman THROUGH
Moon rises ..... 1:42 p. m.
f Dormitory an outmoded red brick : : t. !in the area the government sahibs

ARDMORERD108E building with rooms large enough to AHEAD OF GIANTSNEW ; ___ 'I Moon sets'Fornorrew's. ,. Pepper is the chief product of I will be satisfied that the tiger pro-
; At meeting ef the Key West Tide
A Ia not tar from Elston, house a moderq; .,efficiency apartment (By.JOVE) : : Satnn a small Siamese state in Iduced was a ma.nea.ter. Others
Alabama. It Is near Blrmlngfiam and climbed two flights of .stairs toper i ,|eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Tennis Association held yester-,' A.M. P.M. the Malay peninsula. ]I wise the hunter is Out of luck.
: about two'hourI" drive, Emily daughter's room. day it was decided to hold the Key.j t High __ 2:08 4:39

fioted. from her own front door. Although Emily was arranging book and YORKERS AND CHICAGO I Lou Navarro the fighter from West Association Tournament'; I I I Low _... __10:08 8:38

she bad seen the college before pictures. Per face was flushed and CUBS ALSO WIN NO GAMES: Havana, Cuba, is in town and is soon as arrangements can be!'I Barometer a. ... todays '..... .m.

she was conscious of a vague dirty and her eyes were shining. willing to fight our pride Pete I made. 'I Sea level 29.92.WEATiEK .

disappointment as the car bore her This she bad'begun to 'realize, was PLAYED IN AMERICAN! Nebo of this city. He came on All players wishing to enter this Classified; Column; I

and her mother towards Mali Bulldm. more nearly I freedom than anythingshe LEAGUE f the S. S. Cuba from Havana Tues- tournament are requested to noti- FORECAST I.

/ bad ever known. day evening. Due to the stormhe fy either Ignacio Carbonell or I' ....................aaaaaa..af..aaa.aa......
Esthetically the Ardmore of a des Are yon staying. for supper. ?" she is nnable to leave our city. .John; Lowe before Wednedsay - - - -
t ode ago' was not very satisfy&:; It asked gaily. t :: I He is accompanied by his wife and I night. (Till 8 p. m, Friday) II I-- FOR RENT PIANO TUNING

was.too prone to Ignore the amenities !- Frances shook her head. "No. .I Special t* The qUae.) small son. Navarro claims to be t Play is expected to start Thursday I' Key West and Vicinity: Partly I

of living for the rigors of learn told William to come; tor me at five I NEW YORK Sept. 5.Therace in first class physical conditionand i 1! and continue until September I cloudy tonight and Friday, probSliowor ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo.

ing. There wu'no architectural and f fancy he's waiting now. You for the National1'League pennant -j' can take on Nebo'any day. He : 15, when the finals will be held.. ; apartment furnished conveniences Excellent piano for sale

unity in the buildings and exchange know 1 never k.e.J.o Jeava your t remained unchanged yester-, weighs 148 and says that Nebo isj; Entrants in the tournament t9'' and po hes. Apply= 523 reap.cheap. 1018 Division street.
professors from Trinity or Edinburgh father alone tor meals." Southard street. ng31
is. date John
found themselves to their day afternoon as the three lead-| around that weight. So are: Lowe Ignacio Car-: I aug26.lmoaROOMS
surprise no reason in the world why they bonell Bob Pinder, Carl Sawyer
quartered Jn rococo relics ofthe JEFFREY FELTON ices always ing teams c:;me out victorious in I FURNISHED APARTMENT with
could not stage a bout sometimenext Peter Yards, Freddie Carbonell,
nineties which' the campus like "your !father" when Frances heir games. week. Ellis England and Joe Pinder. Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson -
air enormous amoeba,had absorbedas spoke' of him to If I 'I
Em.Ul. It wa as The St. Louis Cardinals retained 1001 Eaton street. Phone ,
U grew. she disclaimed any: relationship with I 879-J. **
The "nrochs," or Europeanbison sept4lmozI"THE MUNRO -Rooms unexI -
their lead over Terry's men as Arrangements are being made I I
their defeated the Boston Braves f j for an All-Stnr Diamondball club is said to exist today in celled in price and location
BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Modern 128 N E. 4tb
1 small numbers in the forest of running water.
West next
to in
: lt v tlf't'.1t 6 to 2. Dizzy Dean came to the't One play will Key be played with the Bialowieza. a national reserva-1 conveniences and garages.. street, Miami, Fla. ang26-lmox.
rescue of Haines in the closing Apply Valdes Bakery.
tion in Poland.
Busy Bees and one? psjne with the Partly Cloudy
nings of the game. The Redbirdsj; Funeral Homers. The visiting aogS-lmo -

scored four runs in the eighth) pitchers will be Tuppen Schwitzerand Subscribe to The Citizen-20c ably showers; moderate winds, 7Completely'f i
frame to put the game on ice. The j "Cannonball" Bapley. weekly mostly southwest or west.
Florida: Generally fair in extreme nished bungalow with garages 1
Cards are ahead of the New Yorkers -i ,
north and showers and all modern conveniences
two with the Cubs ai I .I'.I'.A".I'.I'.I'.14
games They claim the visiting club can
; I sin south and central portions to- Apply 905 South street. i
New York. i '
half-game behind j I play basebalL I think }if they beat aug28-tf
VICTORIA SPEAKS IN night and Friday; slightly cooler I II
The Giants opened their last I
the in diamondball,
I; local boys we 1 north I E I...
tonight in extreme portion.
road trip of the season, winning j will have to see what they can do ETHIOPIAN MESSAGE
t Jacksonville to Florida Straits WANTED
fj the first of a four-game series- at basebalL I know what I am I. STORE
with the Reds, fi to 4. nowever.1 I Moderate winds mostly southwest
writing about. Robert Bethel and fly A._ .... Frrss)
and overcast
I or west partly {WANTED chance to bid on
they had a struggle Joe Casa are to us what Tuppen LONDON, Scot. 5.-The with
from team to weather toniglit avid Friday I your next printing order. The --o-
the: lead swung one
and Daily to them. So when
only phonograph record made I.
occasional extreme! I.I
squalls over Artman Press. ug7
another until the final frames.
I they come we will show them how by Queen Victoria; bas been north portion. I Baseball Returns

j The Chicago Cubs defeated the to play basebalL' found in the archives of the Esat Gulf: Moderate winds FOR SALE Daily .
Philadelphia Phillies 8 to 2. I
No played in Edison Bell company here. It mostly southwest or west over 1 l By Wire
the National other games League.In were. 1 i In the Social League the Stowers is a message of goodwill to south portion and west or north 1'TYPEWRITING PAPER 600

Park ten, a new entry, will Emperor John of north
Abyssinia. west over portion and partly ,0
the American circuit all sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.
tackle the Bayview Stars at 4 p. Experts Me trying to restore overcast weather tonight and
because of aug7 COME IN AND GET THE
were postponed 1
m. today and at .5:15 f p. m. the the record so that the Ft ilay.

rain.The Lighthouse will play the Admin queen's voice may be heard .RESULTS OF THE
summaries follow: OLD PAPERS FOB SALE-Two
NATIONAL LEAGUEAt tration. Tomorrow afternoon the Its clearly as when she spoke WEATHER CONDITIONS bundles for 5e. The Citizen Office !MAJOR,. BASEBALL
Stowers Park will tackle the Administration 50
Cincinnati R. ago. octlft

New York _..__.._..._....._..._ 6 at 5:15 o'clock. SunI -' Queen Victoria's recordwas The tropical disturbance cross 1 -

JSi- Cincinnati .-.._.-..........._.....-.---- 4 day morning at 9 o'clock the Serv-i j made specially for the ed the coast line late yesterday PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed CIGARS CIGARETTES,
ice ten' will meet the Bayview Park emperor and of it short distance west of
Batteries; Hubbell and Man-I I one copy t forenoon a cards $1.25. The Artman SOFT
boys and in the second game will :was token to Abyssinia and Gedar Keys, FUu, and is central DRINKS
Judith flung herself full length on the unmade bed. I cuso; Herman, Nelson Frey and I, play Stowers Park. played over to him. this morning over southeastern Press. ang7SECOND I ETC.
Modernism except in such courses 'him outside thepaternity of her Georgia moving northeastward SHEETS-600 for 50e.1'|'

as were necessary to maintain the daughter. At St. Louis R.I I Watering resorts are called .I.1I.1.1'II .4 t with increasing rapidity. It has de- The Artman Press. |

school's standing tad not been allowed -Well' kiss him for me and tell .. 2St. "spas" after the town of Spa in ---
Boston ---- -- --
to rear Ifs head; and its Bible: him I'm expecting a visit as soon as ------ Liege province, Belgium where ----
Louis 6 '
professors taught a doctrine of fire he can get..ay. Dad. ,I .mean; not and mineral springs were discovered .- ,-.- ,
and brimstone while Its professorsof William. : Batteries: spohrer:1; in '

science conducted discreet experiments Frances looked at her thoughtfully. Hanes( J. Dean and 1326. -.

with the Mendelian laws of In her day a girl was pale and :I
heredity and expounded the Dar- tearful over the Idea of leaving: her At Chicago R. Saturn, the sixth major planet

frtnian theory.of natural selection. home. "You will remember. I hope Philadelphia] ?.. 2 in order of distance from the sun, FIRMSWho ?

SmoklllC, went band la hand with dear that we're. expecting a good Chicago _._._....__.....___..-.. 8 I shines with a warm yellowish
cheating as a capital offense, and automobiles deal of your Batteries: Jorgens I4Dd Wilson; light similar to that of Arcturus.

were Instruments; of the The brightness f.a4tLOf!( course French and Hartnett.

Peril for the furtherance of his private Mother. rI ..I.I.I.I'1"TO
ends. "I'm sure you will. Frances Brooklyn and Pittsburgh not ; Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
kissed her with real tenderness and scheduled. SUBSCRIBERSIf
Before committing her child to
went to her waiting; car.
the college's care Frances Feltcn had
Emily's roommate whose name AMERICAN LEAGUE do act receive
a long Interview with the Dean you your
which strengthened her own convic was Judith Carroll arrived later In All games postponed on account paper by 6:15 o'clock in the

Zion of the rightness of ber choice. the evening. It was Quite typical of of rain. afternoon, call telephone 51
Judith Emily learned afterwards, to JOHN C. PARK Star American CoffeeYou'll ROSES
and will be sent to
Dr.' Markham was a fragile lady of arrive everywhere a little later than a paper TJFT'S
the post-Victorian era wh, hadgrown PAINT MISSION your home. A complaint boy
else. Her tardiness wasn'tintentional find out how
up _Ith'the school and wbo U on duty at this office from
; it usually resulted: trota A._. ... P. ..) it is when FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
managed through the sheer: force of COy 6:15 to 715 p. m. for tL.parpo.e 328 SIMONTON ST. good you try
unwillingness other
an on part pt
her convictions and her PORTLAND, Oe.-The minis- of delivering com first Ib 25c.
nnimpeacb, place the cup SPECIALTY
people to let her leave the she
able gentility, to control five bun' happened to be. ters of three Methodist Episcopal plaints. Help ns five you 100 1101 Division Street

rel it:a without raising her voice. She was tall and slender, with churches turned house painters to per cant service by caling 51 PLUMBINGDURO\ I LARGO: tb 18c;
coat of colcr to the PLANTS and
give a Friendly VINES
if do receive The Citizen. .
Freshmen trembled In her not PHONE 29
presence cloudy dark hair and Ingenuous blue yon -
V. & S. Ik ISc. .
Center mission here. With the aid .1'
were uncomfortably aware eyes that bid a knowledge of people
of their hands and feet: graduates and things that Jew Individuals ever of one helper the preachers finished .
; Roasted in Key West by SOUTH Staple and Fancy
the job up in one day. r; r".4T..I.lI'.I' FLORIDA
caw her devotion her school and! hale|* a.cuholty or the energy to PUMPS ',
b.er students and paid her unstinted I acquire.Shearing I her hat on one bed _. GroceriesPLUMBING

tribute : her coat oa -the other:took In the SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
room at a glance. and held out both 612 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
(SHE and Frances liked and respect. hands .
.5 ed each other Immediately They'sw "How,dt ti-xle'f little busy bee!" I cc PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and'VegetaUes

ere to eye In the matter of train. she chuckled. I

in* young; girls for life. Over a gun> Emllji jVinxai ed\\ at once Her LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS .
of tea in the Dean's Immaculate smile was a reflection of Judith's.
parlor; they discussed and. settled "How do you dot" SELECT SEA FOODS -READ. -- HAPPY PATS ARE HUE

i Emily future. Judith flung herself full length on Jewf..... 2 11.! .. 35c I INSURANCE
*1 can't tell 10U.Frances assured! the unmade bed. "Oh. beautifully. I I THE KEY WESTSUNDAY .
Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ibis 35c ,
her warmly what a comfort It is to always do: It's a family failing.
know that Emily Is In your ure.Dr ." Later Emily came to know that Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 Dural Street

Markham smiled.Y"u are too. Judith's family were all fashioned Grouper 2 Ib.. 25c STAR ./
very kind. It Is a great comfort to from the same bright metal. .
Snapper 2 Ib*. ..,, 25e ..
us to have girls like your daughterat "Is there anything I can do to help TELEPHONE
4 I Mutton Fun, 2 I.... 25c NOr 1
it what It '
the schooL
They you unpack she asked a little shy.
1s." ly. IIh Subscription $2 Per Year
Frances shook her head. "Not entirely. Judith ran a hand through the -mE-- Try Yew Meals At
Large Select Oytter: Key Wea Only Sunday
No matter how fine a girl Is. short cloudy hair and stretched.
she needs to be directed. there's Fresh Crab Meat in tb can 6Sc Paper Restaurant
Thanks no: nothing to un Del moluco
Dr. Markham sipped ber scentedtea pack. Intended to get here In timeto f 1 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY

delicately. rescue my trunk from the maelstrom Business Office Citizen' Bnoweher Beer ___ If*

"That Is true. Our secret lies in directing below but David made me LOWE FISH COMPAIfjr? Building Six eo..... Dinners, -.....

rather than ruling. We give late as usuaL Ill have to sleep on It r' PHONE 151 PHONE 51 _______ SOc. 75c, sat U.
our girls more liberty than any other the mattress,,. but I've fared worse ; ;I '
school In the South on the assumption before thisCoeyrgtt.." r ; JI )

that they are capable of appre- ( ItiS. tjr Jtfortan Sim) .
ciating U. They know our high ideals AARON McCONNELL

and strive to live up to them.. It has! EmUi' famillarues herself with .PRITCHARD.
an entirely of ,
new type person
been Yen suwe&sfuV tomorrow. ped in; rery package JENNIE BJE BOER

kept in our all metal ICE lD.et.r FUNERAL HOME'
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REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and Th. of
TEMPT AUSTRALIANS The Seminole Indian tribe was' healthful if they frozen in cake of
as were a
r wets
formed in the eighteenth century'I' ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof r R 1 N TIN G Dlplfied sympatltie -

(87 As lat_ Preis) by splitting away from the Creek., .1 and absolutely airtight. 1 Costa v

SYD EY.Despite police warning A \ DONE BY US
Five persons were injured' pear NOTARY PUBLIC
the chain letter' craze recently $30.00 and $35.00EASY

po'ilar in the United ran over a cow.MONROE. TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn AND ENGRAVER .

States, is enjoying considerablevogue i -
and Australian government THEATERJohn -. Display At- See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN p Settle

lottery will be officials diverted fear from that their money department '- REDHEADS-also-Boles-Dirie ON PARADEPRINCESS Lee in I Thompson Ice Company Inc. ALL Honrst PRICES 9 to 12 REDUCED-1 le 6 PHONE Citizen Bid 51*. LADY ATTENDANTPfcone Citizen> Office .

which raises thousandsof CXHARA Open Saturday I1Jits 84S New Sleep

pounds annually for PHONE NO. 8
hospitals Matineet Balcony lOc; Orcheslra 7 7wws. !

throughout New South Wales. ; J5N;J h 1S-2S* I .



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SIR. CUBA 'I RADIO REPORT Modern Machines Fill and I
I, ..eeeeo.......e....5.S.. !fcOTICK OP 'I""TER! SAU ARCHER'S
FOR TAMPA Notice to hereby given that under STORM ACCOUNT'
(Continued from Page One) The following is an account of 'Hundred: Bottles a Minute and and Deerc by virtue of Forrrlo of a certain.r* and Order Sate !

says Superintendent W. W. De- the radio telephone report from made mn J entered on the 4th day of GROCERY
400 meritt. The platform and two the Tender Ivy relative to Jie September, A. I>. 1,J5, In and by (Continued from Page One)
Protective the the Circuit Court of the Eleventhi I I dropped off as the center of the 'TIt. Store That Serves
boats destroyed.
were survivors and etc. from storm: Judicial Circuit of the State of, 1
glasses for the lantern were smashed UPPER MATECUMBE: 200 Florida, in and for Monroe County torm! moved off into the Gulf. You Best"

MANY EXCURSIONISTS and the lens broken. The ma-, bodies taken off. All houses com- x In pending Chancery wherein InaUM J. K. Sullivan therein Is I, About 10:20 p. m. the lowest l lI GOOD THINGS

I chinery operating the revolving apparatus pletely demolished. complainant and Andrew R. Miller barometer was recorded: when the I
BOARD VESSEL f was completely out of, ins y r 1 1A4in and Eva P. Miller, his wife and U. I -fer-
Ed. Butters and family saved Van ValkenbnrK! and If is mar-', pressure dropped to 26.08 inches,
commission. I I I rigid ---- Van .I h r.e. wife GOOD APPETITESNot
at Matecumbe Hotel. No one else.
LAST EVENING and :Ulanle Eo Vas Valk.nbar, a the lowest ever known. His
Superintendent Demeritt received No .one now.on upper Jfetecumbe.< Ingle woman, are defendants foreclosure I barom-I .*.ly are the Foodstuffs
eter is
correct since he
O'CLOCK ON DELAYED. a telegram from So. Boca i LOWER MATECUMBE: CoastGuard of Mortgage, the undersigned -
ii offered .by tier tore noted for
Grande informing him that Special Master In Chancery,, cooperative observer for the U. s.1
prac-I removing dead bodies. T.k-1 i1i will offer for vale and will sell at, their goorfnemi and wfcolesomeftea -
tictdly all aids to ing survivors to Tavernier and. s; public outcry, for cash in hand to j I j I Weather Bureau and hay had a* bat for the extremely low

Steamship Cuba of the P that sectipn have been displaced.Two .I Miami. I. the front highest door of and the best County bidder at CourtHouse the)1 lot of experience in recording the I t price as well.

sailed 6 ships are anchored there and PLANTATION KEY: All saved: xxl ir In Monroe County Florida in. weather elements.
S. S. Company
four others are reported near. the City of Key West Florida durIng he W. Welcome Respoasibl
afternoon for exceptV. A. Trye two children.: s the legal hours of sale on Mon I. Yesterday got his little company I
yesterday Last night vessels of the coastguard Harry Roach (Roke) and wife. Tib day of October A. D. together and started on the Accoa.taAn
with one of the largest which had been standingby Everybody saved at Tavernier I 1L ti.t. the following; described land,1 march to Key West for aid and I
Competition with
situate lying and being In the, met
lists during the for several days succeeded in! ABOVE TAVERNIER: All County of Monroe. State of Florida I reached Marathon where he founJ Low Prices and High Quality
months. ,I IOn removing the 230 passengers and houses demolished. Tavernier 0 to-wit a work train located which be

the regular passenger ; 120 members of the crew of the I i K. I known On the on Island Wm. A.of \Vhltrhrada Key West, I boarded, and arrived in Key West ONE STOP SERVICE

were 185 for Key West en ill-fated Southern Pacific Lines i Send plane or boat to Cape Map delineated In February. A. last night to be greeted by his Order All Y.ar Food Needs
and 63 !, D. III:'. as part of Tract Nineteen -
to" Northern points, I Steamer Dixie which went, Sable or East Cape Sable for immediate (It), but now better knownas family who had given him up for Through U.
Tampa. All of these were aground at French Reef during; needs. Signed Lenard I n Lot One (1). Block Four (4) lost. He reports considerable
Those destined for Tampa 'the storm. : i of said Tract- Nineteen' according trackage of the F. E. C gone from! Fish Turtle
Thompson LL to R. A. Gwynn's Diagram
main there and the others The Wrecking Tug Warbler; Plea made to send a plane or recorded In Plat Book One (1), some of the viaducts and ai nun Fruits Vegetables
Miami aDd other points page 54, Monroe County, Florida ber of places where the fill and
!which left Key West Tuesday to boats to Cape Sable or East Cape Records Commencing at a I Meats
their transportation.In : assist the Dixie has not returned Sable immediately to aid victims point at the Corner of Von right-of-way has been destroyed.
addition to those the Pfister and White Streets and After anda Dairy Products
to there hurricane.Five .1 a good night's sleep
port. stranded out by
running thence along the said
O. honored all 1R few hot meals he is for
Company White Street in North' ready
Another Skip Ashore boatloads of expedition r a Westerly -
tickets from I work but he Phone 67 Fre* Delivery
round trip direction Forty-six feet and again says never
Key West. Those holding Another vessel the Danish arrived during the last ten hou'sfrom I Nine Inches; thence at rightangles wants to. experience another storm 814 Fleming Street
Key West. Pi In a North' Easterly direction -
were given passage on the Steamer Leise Maerck is reported One Hundred Feet and the like of which he Is thankfulto
and from Tampa to Miami ashore near Alligator Reef. The Large freighter assisting at b one Inch; thence at right anglesin have escaped.
Tug Warbler is in that vicinityand Islamorada. ; a South Easterly direction
Forty-six feet and Nine' Inches: .
rail.It Archer and family O. K. -----
is estimated that more will probably render assistance thence at right angles in a
.- Will Curry wife and family South Westerly direction One
150 excursion ticketswere Hundred Feet and One Inch
cepted, making the < A short wave message receivedat O. K. ABOVE: These machines can fill back to the place of beginning.
Clifton Russell and one child "' Also On the Inland of -
the :the airway radio station by and cap 200,000 milk bottles a KeyWest
leaving on
passengers M
known on Wm. A. White-
well over the 400 mark. Operator Ault, advised that the O. K. day, but their working "day"' is at head map delineated In February -
John Russell and one child O. K. A. D. ISIS, nv>i a amTO
Freighter Capulet is rendering assistance as a part of
Among the passengers night-so the milk will be freshon
Ed. Albury lost father and Tract Nineteen' (It) but now
number of former Key at Islamorada. the city's doorsteps each morn- better known as Lot Two. Block OUR 1Qffeddb2
This afternoon C. Sam B. daughter. He himself was saved. Four in Tract: Nineteen, according -
who were visiting friends a .
i Robert Ingraham and family ing. LEFT: Sanitary hood cap to W A. U..ynn's Diagram
few local residents going I Curry clerk of the criminal court,I recorded in Plat Book 1, page
for automatic wire far
visits in the state. Among was requested to issue a call for lost. ready 34, Monroe County Florida
were: ,60 I 'able bodied men to report at Eugene Russell and family reported 1s, tener. These large scale opera Records; Commencing at a point
I, Street distant Fortysix
Miss Florence Van the National Guard armory 8 I lost none survived. tions reduce unit costs and makes Feet and Nine': Inches from

'Mrs. Rolla Southworth. Miss o'clock this evening. The objectof Chas. Carey wife and two s possible a supply of fresh bottled the Pfister Corner Streets of White and and running Von -TTERY soon each of olu

leen Randolph, Stanley the assemblage will be explained children- lost. milk for millions of city consum thence along the said White friends will be receiving an
Mrs. Russell Putnam Miss after they arrive. I Roger Albury and family O. K. Street In a :ro-J)' directionFortysix j.-
John Pinder wife O. K. ss era feet and Nine inches: invitation to our Wedding; and
Horn. Bennie Smith Mrs. Major William V. Albury, Florida thence at right angles In a
lin Russell Mr. and Mrs. National Guard who left yes- Harry Pinder O. K. ...- N.ETly direction One Hundred we want n to be the best looking invitation we can get.**

Babcock. Louis Canova. terday for Matecumbe\ ; this morn- Mrs. Rita Pinder reported lost. rv. V1I right feet and angles One in inch a S-tTly thence direc-at

Mrs. Maynard Baker, Joe ing communicated with LieutenantW. I Thomas Pinder believed lost. I tion Inches Forty-six; thence feet at right and anglesIn Nine 'Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Curry Harris instructing him No information available about ,
Mr.m.n.and :Mrs. Joe Powell to assemble members of the Rosalind Grooms.Ed RED CROSS WILL cane. Complete details lacking, a S.\V'ly feet and direction One inch One back Hundred to- I ;)very finest; and that is why we are inviting you to.inspect our

,Marian Peabody Miss j guards for duty in the strickenarea. I Carey lost. No information but immediate funds needed for Dated place SeptemJ of beginning.C'h. ,remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved WttffflSg'Iffri.i.tioas .

Mainor Will A'she, John r about wife. I emergency relief, including food, WILXJAM UI7ARRJS.. and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193).
Teddie Lowe and family are in RAISE FUNDS FORSTORMSUFFERERS clothing and shelter for home- Special Master In Chancery.I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Galindo Guard Leave For
Keys I Mjami. less, and for the care of hundreds LOUIS ALLUX: HARRIS.:
Jennie Galindo Miss I Solicitor: for Complainant.
This afternoon. o'clock Lieu, tf injured on the keys and along 1
DuBreuil John A C. Willie Arias and family saved septS-i-I; oct3 THE ARTMAN DRESS
tenant Curry Harris and 22 mem' the west coast.

H. McKinley and others. ben of Battery "B" met at the;\except Eddie one Williams boy. is dead. "Please take immediate stepsto A survey showed a total of 3- CITIZEN BUILDING

armory, boarded a large truck oi f raise a substantial fund in your
Pinder State
Ralph requests 099 vehicles
passing over the
COLORED UNIT the FERA and were transportedto l community for storm victims. Ask
Road Dept. be advised that he will MRS. GRACE B. PHILLIPS
No Name Key where they were!: be at lower end of Lower Mate I I newspapers, radio stations: and Benton and Tennessee river highways -

to embark for Lower Matecumbe. cumbe. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF churches to cooperate in .securing in an average week day. .
CELEBRATE I -- ------- -----
Dr. Armando Cobo left with th in
instant and
generous response
Julius Collins, wife and baby LOCAL CHAPTER RECEIVES I
detachment.Late saved. this appeal in behalf of the citizens PALACEFour ...........................eee..ee..e..........

yesterday afternoon Dr.I of the state. amount
Ferry boat Monroe with II
CATHOLICS WILL 574.1'I IL C. Galey and Dr. Julio J. De- County raised in- your community. Send- I Comedies and Serial
Engineer Cruz on board lost. Nobody FOR SALE
Poo embarked on the coast guar i knows where she is. Evidently I ing relief funds to Washingtonhe Flying; Down To Zero The Ti.M.D .
ANNIVERSARY OF vessel 826 with about 0 I ."
10,00 <*< Time Out Horse Heir
Cruz was only man onboard Mrs. Grace B. Phillips executive
pounds of food stuffs and medi
CHAPELOn and no information avail secretary of the Key West Chapter The Miracle' Rider (Serial)
cal supplies for Matecumbe. I University of Oklahome officials I yfr.
able relative balance of crew. American Red Cross, is in re- Matinee 5-10c; Night: 10-lSc
Postmrvter Sam Harris was ad Expect to have Alligator Light; I estimate they can aid 600 i
I i t ceipt of a telegram! from Washington ;
Sunday. Sept. vised this morning that beginning:: in operation tonight. Weather is! |students with relief money in the
today airmail service will I I ;i asknig that immediate
postal favorable and gi school vli.tTT
colored Catholics will arrangements beingmade next term. 1 1FLOEU p/'y.1 "
the first anniversary of begin between Miami and Kej, to land at light this after.steps:! be taken-'to raise fundUo(.... I

chapel in St. Francis West with planes of the Fan. noon. Mr. Haskins planning onto i l'!I' be used for the storm sufferers t I The Senufo are a tall long N

School! by a high mass. American Airways making a tri p' landing make installation. I along the Florida Keys and else- headed people of the French Sudan try. .'Istns

choir has been'preparing this mail afternoon'to Miami.and.Hereafter returning then with}]l!l FOLLOWING HOMES O. K.::. where. The wire reads: I I and Ivory Coast, with long, DA

ice. Rev. A. L. Maureau, will be drily service with a toadguard : M Harry Albury. Driftwood Hotel,.j I "Red Cross assuming; relief' wide noses. t

will preach the panegyric; cutter performing the Tavernier Drug Store Taverniei r work following disastrous hurri-t I
Peter Grocery Store.FOLLOWING. 1 -
Claver Apostle The GEORGE i

negroes 1580-1654, not a I I i ice.The first trip to Key West was! HOMES BADLY McCoy Jr.. 9; McCoy, 7; Geo. Shiveringwith WASHINGTON i/ / rt wg larrr' !h ,

abolitionist, but a Jesuit I made this afternoon the plane DAMAGED,\ : Willard Albury (300 Hall, 74; Mrs. Geo. Hall, 67; Vir- s.a d she",. #:,' t.,11tr. yrw t
of feet from original site), Mrs.4 I .. wwl.tw.1 ''y :M
years f about 3:30 o'clock and departing I ginia Florence hall. 16. I e, s.+ a.r a 'Fke,
in alleviating the spiritual I about 4:30 o'clock with Saunders. i I}' Mark Roberts Jack Pent,': Chills

bodily miseries of the I mail for the north. Gerald Lowe wife and baby I Avrium Fisher 69; Negro Cooper,),!: GAFAGEM d M a ,..or"RATES..St30

300,000 of whom he I Copeland Johnson, Mrs Copeland d
I Telegrams were yesterday sent lost.Cyril
and about Cartagena the by Mayor: Wm H. Malone Wm. Lowe, wife and baby lost.. Johnson, Unknown woman, Unknown Burning with Fever
slave market of South I i Doris Albury. wife of Paul Al, i' MAYFLOWER It.r l lr
'I R. Porter and the editor of The man, Hubert Saunders;' 571
| I Sore Relief for Malaria! 't
He also visited plague I Citizen to the assistant postmaster -, bury now in Miami hospital.!': I Mac Lowe, 2; Ralph Roberts, 45;: 41': s.idSi.w>o01.-.e e-h

and leprosiums with ]I general and Senttor Duncan Doc Lowe, badly bruised, Miami I'I Clayton Roberts, Chas. Carey 24; Don't try homemade treatments or 4 F..4 .1..W
color and hospital. newfangled remedies 1 Take that good oldGro'e's 1.... ii. 17
different I
U. Fletcher asking that provisionbe { Mark Carey, 27; Carey Will .,r.we..d f.. PZ
made for mail service and it is I Partial List of MissingGener I II Sands negro; Sara Key. 80. I Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you s e
Albury. 69 Julia Estel I I will be yourself again,for Grove's! Taste- __ GAJAGE i' 4Furnished \ '<
believed that the service beginning I ; less Chill Tonic not only relieves the '"*-- iATESe.stmd.sFILAGLE

SUNDAY today is the answer to those re- Albury, Wood 2; Birdie Pinder, symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the

s quests. i 15; Mrs. R. W. Baker, Camille, KEY WESTCOLONIAL infection itself. .... .. ... .
i The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste R .. > .,, ,. -
| Pinder. 37 Weech 55 Ethel <
SUH Three'planes of the U. S. M. C. ; ; i HOTEL less Chin Tonic kills the Malarial infec- Its I.LI.1" Y ": .

arrived this morning with Captain i Sweeting 55: Dumont 43; Eddie r! tion in the blood while the iron it con t....--.a :
By ANN PACEEVEN H. D. Boyden Lieutenant F. M. Carey, 62; James Henderson 45;1 In the Center of the Business tains builds up the blood to overcome the I.......-_,4em
Julius Finder Jr., Wilson McCoy:I effects of the disease and -
June and Lieutenant Z. C. Hop- and Theater District fortify against ,
the shopper on a -AwGd.e.e
further attack.The twofold effect is absolutely
tan revel in the kins. The officers reported to 1 i to the of IATES..slm.... .. two-story house and lot at 1367 White-
inexpensive vegetables and Lieutenant Wm. Klaus. U. S. N., fused to ride in the ambulance to First Cla .-FVeproof- necessary overcoming
in market. the hospital. Malaria.Besides being a dependable rem- W ES PALM 8 EACH head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof
Tomatoes peppers and communication officer in chargeat I I Sensible Rate edy for :Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill
no.uallr plentiful and cheap the naval station, for any Information given out at the\ Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general the sea and overlooking Coral Park
gest pickle making. The first Peacon home on Eaton street at Pleasant take and
service to which be use. to absolutely
and early b they may as- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
crown grapes :I For and terms apply'to
herald the approach of faiL signed. 14 o'clock this afternoon was to harmless. Safe to give children. Get a price

A boned and relied chuck r Lieutenant Klaus advised thatas 'the. effect that a telegram received I I Carat Elevator bottle today at any drug store. Now two e1lw uaas-
about the best meat value this sizes-50c and $1. The $1 size contains
It may be either even .r pot titf as he could determine all from Mrs Clifton Baileyadvised 'i Popular Price 254 times as much as the SOc size and L. P. ARTMAN,
Other forequarter cuts ef matters had been adequately at- that the Peacon home on' gives you 25% more for your money

lamb able.! are Chickens the best are meat somewhat values tended to except the matter of :, Matecumbe\ was destroyed. I --- The Citizen Officeor

but still a good ralue. mail service. ,Captain Boyden I 1Ric.. Peacon. her sister,
Fine: quality i storage aggs replied that he web ready to take Mrs. Constance McDonald and 1'.4T.I'II'I""I'IIIII.I'.I",1 Tl. GEORGE WASHINGTON
the d
available to supplement brother, Herbert Saunders could tOO !...! sub. lull t.4 $l.w.fi
supply of fresh eggs. up this service at once if it was -
.. Whitehead Street
_. t aWm mtitmtm. Residence 1309
Her are. three menus deemed necessary. ,not be found. I wda..J. MffVfaB IsV MMMf Wsi*WfclM......... ,

Sunday dinner. About 3 o'clock this afternoonan T County Clerk Ross Sawyer re-,I RATES SLOP d. .*. GAXAGEi um.oVS..

Low Cost! DinnerPot ambulance arrived at the Marine ceived a wire last night advising, .. I" I
Boast of Beef hospital with Gordon Wil- "him of the missing in the storm of i'tOLD PAPERS .JII': : .................................................

Bread Sliced and Tomatoes Butter liams employed on the Ferry his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. --- --

Chocolate Pudding Monroe County, with a sever Norman Sweeting. I. ,
Tea or Coffee wound in the back of his head. | Robert Spottswood. who left .
.: ........................
Medium Cost Dinner Another man, whose name could with Dr. Keating to render assist- ................
-. '
Broiled Chicken Baked not be learned arrived at the same ance to the suffering; people on I be o cjwinked

Creamed Onions time with a badly cut leg but re- the keys returned this afternoon.STEAMSHIP 't

Bread and Butter Cr ._ __,____ 1 I .For Sale by'
Fruit Cheese -- -- ---< ; 1)011 1 '

Tea or Coffee ''s' : :., ACCEPTING "IMITATIONS

Very Special DinnuStuft'ed I ........................ .
Co. 1-a A SI To get the oriphal Devi.-10o%_Par PalM'
Celery .
Boast Veal Mashed P & 0 e 5U re to MADE IN BALTIMORE. fUUllrJURItiEERDAVISCa
Glased Carrots. -- Ioek. for Davit '100% Pure Paint kaa'efttnl. idol
and Grape Salad .
Orange MAIL ROUTES FOR 5 Bundles for vows a.r aitatcalNtDCYU..plXatcLDa.
Rolls and Butter this Label _
Frozen Custard Angel PORT TAMPA-HA.VANA-WEST INDIES 5c 1 .. 10% Pore Paint confer**)*with ::=.:::.

Coffee Effective Merck 18th, 1935 25 in bundle. In:: t aO par' paint Laws and b the only. paint ::::::.-
S UO" ,tbat carries a guarantee of purit/ r
SCHOOL 'PU.i9' = :...
Leave =
GIRL I Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays .

1250 P. lit.Leave I PAIN1"Cook; : for this Guarantee the Label :
PERMANENT Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and !' <.......__km with.tmy etkcr PuessM.asf. uese..earLrsee...
l-Two Permanents ; days, 6:30 P. M. Mon-I THE KEY WEST CITIZEN All __ ...._ m gds *y ** ........ ead ..... (kre..k tarsi .ear i

Better Waves $5.00 and TicutR.a.rTati.... sad Information at Ticket Office : c.l4IJi .d' .UALTIMORE.MD

Deck 'PIt._ 71 G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
MRS. MILLER J. H. COST.I R. A ..t. 1. .I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'J
Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone ..

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