The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 7, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Third Political Party Still MILITARY SERVICES I I SEARCHING. PARTIES CONTINUE TO )Death Toll On Florida Keys From


Being Talked Of By Various BEGUN LAST NIGHTBODIES though several day hat' Jthe storm there comes at intervals Recent Hurricane Placed At 1,000

news to brighten the lives of
and hundred of dead 4
passed per

Followers Of National Events IN BOXES TO BE BUR have been removed. from the come of those who have been sore- r
Sons ly stricken, and who had, from ARRANGE FORSENDING RIVAS' HEARINGTO Six Hundred Bodies Al-

IED; THOSE NOT IN BOXES f keys many. are till being encountered earlier reports become convinced

WILL M' CREMATED. VAN I by searchers along the that their loved ones had departed. OUT TAKE PLACE ready Recovered From

Predicted That New Organization -ROAD DEPARTMENT HYNING STATES path of the terribly. destructive .happier Several side of were these made stories evident witha I' Various Sections Cover.

Will Be Vital] MAKES QUICK REPLY hurricane. today.Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lowe who I ing Stricken Area

Military services with the Na- Small group of dead are being were reported missing have been
Factor During Coming located in University Hospital in LOCAL POSTMASTER AWARDS CITY COUNCIL HEARS MAY.OR.S .
TO REQUEST MADEWIRES tional Guard in charge were di- :
found in uolated place on the Coral Gables.Mr. I. Latest estimates
of the
Years rected late last night by Conrad key' and Ernest Hemingway., the and Mrs. James E. Carey
and daughter Rosalie were retorted TO CONTINUE TO POLICE CAPTAIN READ AT loss of life on the Florida
I RECEIVED SAYING ALL Van Hyning State ERA administrator author, wa assisting in the work missing. While it is true
By HERBERT PLUMMER HASTE POSSIBLE WILL BE in s message to M. E. Gil- at Matecumbe yesterday. after i that Mr. Carey is among the missing
(Bj ABnerlafrn. Press) I Mrs. Care;: and daughter forces of the hurricane and
WASHINGTON Sept. 7.-Tall GIVEN TO REPAIRING ROAD fond, district director in Key West noon and reported counting 79 were in Key West during the
I storm and are now with relatives. authorization from the po* At a regular meeting of the accompanying tidal rushes
of third which will AND BRIDGES who is located now sit Lower bodies Upper Matecumbe.
a party grow on Charles Suarez of 617 Grinnell]
I tl department Postmaster San places the figure at
I City Council held last night it was approximately
and be a vital factor ill American Matecumbe Key directing the removal Reports from Sheriff K. O. street, supposed to be missing,
Thompson describe conditions as has written his mother from Mi Harris at Key. West today. awarded decided to held a hearing of Ever 1,000.
politic. during the next; few year.I Telegrams sent to C. B. Tread- of bodies from that area I ami. He tells of a terrible ex-
awful for description.In
I way, chairman of the state road where Veterans Camp Three was being a radiogram too last night to Chief I perience on the keys but is all the mail carrying' contract to ett Rival cue aa Monday. night. There have been 600
till receive serious attention'
I i;I department and Governor Dave Deputy Bernard Waite Sheriff right. point on the key. to the Thompson This was agreed upon after hearing bodies recovered, it is said, _
among the future-diagnosing& politicians Sholtz by county commissioners, located. Thompson advised that heroic I Relatives of Alton Roberts,
mayor and city council and others work being done by Sheriff Scrappydoodle. have received in- fish company, which made the the charge read, which were about 300 veterans are unaccounted
to be held at each was
of the country.. asking that repairs to road and Services are and formation that he is safe in Card
Dan Coleman and his force lowest bid to furnish the .er ice. in for and
bridges be started at once, receiv- burial or cremation. Administrator !Sound. He was reported lost presented writing by Mayor possibly
h fire
the Miami police department,
Oi. hears, for example. Representative
t ed-prompt attention. Van Hyning said. A chaplainis department and Red Cross units with several others in reports This will begin Monday. and will William H. Malone. 100, not veterans, others

Amile Progressive ,of I Carl Bervaldi chairman of the being sent from Snake Creek were giving splendid aid. lIe does:first received. .
board of commissioners be daily except Suad J''*. I The the specific missing and of which }
!I if possible to conduct the serv- not know when he will return to i Rufus Johnson, who is in mayor gave no
Wisconsin and one of the more received from Sir. the
West. charge of the Luckenbach interests Point the lower key' to he! \
Key .
I' on charge in which he *u pen active in the movement for a new following: ices.The In another radio;; message last I'on the keys, is alive and in a, hospital '
I "Betel. The state road depart- latest orders received from night the sheriff reports "situa lIe was reported missing! in erred are Perky" Pirate Cove Captain of Police Riva; sometime Many stories of the loss

political alignment! warning that: ment is making every effort possible Administrator Van Hyning pro- tion at 5 impossible for me one of the first lists published. I' _
I! Camp Big Pine and Marthon. Mail will ago and after the council had of life and the terrible J" '" ,
to repair damaged highwaysand vided that all bodies which have to handle. Lack boats and men. Edney Parker and family who _
"The voters in 1936 goingto
are bridges. This of course is a been placed in boxes shall be Imperative that bodies be remov- were reported dead are said to be b* carried by. automobile to Big heard the charges, it wa agreed wreckage of property, both '
revolt. The Republican party: big job and we cannot definitelystate buried in suitable: places with all ed tomorrow." lrve. They were atVindly's Key I 1'
was in control during three and' as to just when repairs will graves carefully marked. This One of the :;.hove messages concluded during the hurricane: it is said. Pine and from there to Marathonby that Monday. night would be a nit- private and that of the Florida 1

one-half years of depression and be completed but every means of spot will be declared Federal with a request for can I and all are safe. Mr. Parker andI boat. able time to set for the proposed
they offered no program. For the department will be used to grounds, he said. Interment is be- openers, from Much it is concluded -I his family were residents of Key I East Coast Railway, are

the two and one-half years they I I I complete repairs" at as early a date ing made so that bodies can be that the workers are subsistingon I West and have many friends here. Key Westers aye advised that hearing, at which; time Mr. Riva being brought to the city by

have been out of power their pro- tti possible. removed later at the request of canned foods.: Fears were also entertained for they should get their mail in earlyin ( .
gram has been one of negation." II. J. P. Newell secretary to the relatives. Out of the terrible stories describing -I Mr, and Mrs. Louis Moore. They the afternoon or evening for i will be given an opportunity t.defend members of rescue parties

Amile believes there is no doubtbut governor wired Mr. Bervaldi as of terrifying have been located in University ...
Bodies which cannot be placedin the chain I of the points the lower himself: agaiist the -. with
any on and others who went
what President Roosevelt will follows: the wake of|hospital in Coral Gables.IPLANNEWFERA.
I boxes shall Le cremated in the events following upon keys or for points further north. f
be reelected in 1936 but adds ai't "Have repeated your telegram most expeditious manner, Van Mail service to points further. ion charge when the Matter will food raiment and medfeal
"growing third will be in' to Governor Sholtz at Miami and I
party Hyninjr directed while he cautioned -
north is to continue by both air- be taken for final disposition.
the field." :am sure you may depend on him up supplies for the sufferer
that possible effort
every S.S. FLORIDADUEMONDAY I I plane and coast guard cutter-service -
See Democrat. I i for every co-operation. Please so who U
Slipping advise the tele- made to secure identifying ma- with the Cutter Cerabaaeet Attorney Arthur Gomez I I Herbert Eddy who weMtC"

There's a school of thought represented ,I "your co-signers on terial, and to take note of identifying CLASSES HERE and U. S. AL. C. planes inservicaOne representing JMr.. iRj SS St $te I fem'- JI .'" .
by Professor Paul H.' gram. features of the bodies.If : will :: Tendef-frT 1ft ,
each day the
r The telegrams referred to Were j plane arrive ('ase. was present at meetinglast ion
Douglas of the University of Chi- coral or rock prevents the
I and depart the following day. The
out ,th Rivas also beingin
sent yesterday afternoon as -- night w :pany with Councilmen RalphB.
of the bodies will
cago, treasurer of the Common-: digging graves COOKINGTO cutter will make regular trips, but
shown in The Citizen of yesterday INSTRUCTIONS IN
TAKE UP MIAMI. attendance. :
boxes. SHIP WILL
be cremated in
wealth Federation-an
without an established schedule. Pinder and Joe Cabrera
Carl Ber-
I end were signed by The bodies of veterans and All witnesses in the will be
tion non- case
formed in Chicago WEST-HAVANA 'I RUN BE RESUMED SOME The Carabasset arrived 1:10 ;
to work for a new organiza-I' valid commissioners chairman William board of H.county Ma- veterans are all to be treated in KEY I o'clock this morning from Miami summoned in the meantime to ap- returned to the city yester-
ment-which sees in lone mayor of Key West; Leo II.I the same manner. STARTING WEDNESDAY with 612 sacks of mail for Key pear Monday night for the hearing day and this morning paid
The state administrator recommended -I
Roosevelt the only sign of progressivism I Havana. The vessel left
West and
1 I Warren president of city council; Summer classes in cooking conducted which: is scheduled to start at
work in three-
that crews Florida of the P. and
in the Democratic, Steamship "
administrator Arthur i I on the return trip to Miami at a brief call at The Citizen
party. 11\1. E. Gilfond ; and two-day, if possible shifts O. S. S. company is due to arrive' by the social service de- 4:50 o'clock! with 390 sacks of 8 o'clock.
After 1940, this group believes I I Gomez senator 24th district "because of the difficulties in from New York Monday and on 'partment of the Key West Administration maiL A resolution was adopted calling ''office.; } '

I the Democrats again will be un- and B. 0. Papy, representative for I volved. Several of the men assisting Wedneslay will make the first tripto came to a close yesterday [ Leaving on the ship were: Jack for the issuance of city script I' idSfeat .
Monroe county. had but Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson for period of thirty days' in OI' Mr. Eddy i after1the
[der the control of mill owners and'I Director Gilfond have I Key West and Havana.J. '. Baldwin special investigator of a J : \ t .
planters of the south and the i I to leave Lower Matecumbe as a N. Costar, agent at Key West I social service director an- the Florida East Coast Railway; help the various employesMn a, I) food iandi siippU' hAd"
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olitical machines of the big. CUBA APPOINTS I I revolt of conditions there. has every reason to believe he nounced that enrollment in new Joe Caraus, trainman; Guy "Adams financial way. 1
orthern cities. Therefore, they I Gauze masks are being delivered paid tod ly. that the schedule will .classes will be taken Monday and conductor; P. P. Brinson and It was prdered that the scriptbe been delivered at Lower
: to the Camp Three site this be Leave Miami September 11 at Tuesday. issued beginning with today.It .
Jhink it is inevitable that a third : James Ashworth F. E. C. engineers -
party, to the left of the Demo- ENVOY TO POPE morning by seaplane as early as 9 p. m., arrive in Key West 7 a. I Just what hours the classes will ; Agent Brown, of Marathon; was agreed that each employebe I I Matecumbe- they made a

cratic party, will emerge. I possible. the state administrator m.. September 12; leave Key West i meet is to be decided by members Mail Clerk Johnson, and several allowed to draw this script in I.survey of that key and
How Parties Were Born said in his telegram. lie also said 9 a. m., and arrive in Havana 3:15p. : : of the classes themselves, when others all of whom were maroon- lieu of. cash to the amount of $15
PRESENT FRENCH MINISTER I he expected a seaplane to be available m. same date. [they enrolL The largest number ed by the storm.MALONE weekly for the thirty-day period. others and the scenes en-
It i is interesting to note in this all of today from Opaiocka.A After September 15 the Florida ':. agreeing upon an hour will decide ---- No more script will be issuedTfter I
connection just how the political NAMED DELEGATE BE. contact with Miami and Homestead will leave Miami Mondays and.the time for classes. that tim unless the council .countered were indescrib

parties which have elected presi- is being estbalished between Thursdays; at 9 p. m., and arrive in I Mrs. Johnson pointed out this PORTER decides otherwise in the able.
dents came into power: FORE VATICAN Matecumbe by sea- and Fridaysat time according to the mean-I
Lower Key Key West Tuesdays |morning that 15 persons must enroll I
1. Federal. 17871816.; plane from Snake Greek. I 7 a. m.; leave Key West Tues f in a class before it can be PLANE of the resolution as Besides the great wreck-
Formed from the Strong Government j LEAVE the two matters
Administrator Gilfond has beenat days and Fridays 9 at m.. and ar-|scheduled.: jThesewere only
or Constitutional HAVANA, Sept. 7.officialsof Lower Matecumbe Key since I rive in Havana[ Tuesdays and Fri-I I White persons wanting to enroll I coming before the meeting age which he said was at

Party. the Cuban state department yesterday, having left early in the I days at 3:15 p. m. I in the new cooking class I last night with the exception of this time impossible to accurately j
2. Democratic-Republican yesterday announced the appointment morning for No Name Key. He I Leave Havana Welnesdays and ;, should be at the Monroe County GO TO MIAMI FOR PURPOSE, routine business which was disposed I

17921828.Formed from the of Rene Morales Vakarcel had just returned late Thursday I Saturdays 9 m., find arrive in High School between 3 p. m. and of just before the close estimate there were
Anti-Federal ((1787-1793)), as the island's diplomatic repre- from Lower Matecumbe where he I[Key West Wednesdays' and Satur-I! 6 p. m, Monday. Colored students OF SECURING MORE DATA ,j qf the meeting.

the Republican or Jefferson sentative in Vatican City. and 81 rescue party went Wednesday days 3:15 p. m.; leave Key West. should be at the Douglass School ON KEY SITUATIONIn I numbers of bodies discovered -

party ((1791-1793)), and Democrats Valcarcel who is Cuba's min- morning. Wednesdays and Saturdays 9 p. between 4:3: or sympathizers with ister to France will I continue in This morning he asked that a I m-, and arrive in Miami Thursdays -.m. Tuesday. I, i
the French Revolutionists his present post as well as takingthe crew of 10 men and a cook be' and Sundays 7 a. m. I 1 greater majority being
order to amore intimate
(1791-1793)) title of Cuban envoy extra- sent to Lower Matecumbe\ with get FORCLOTHING I
Coalition 1825-Form- idea of the situation on the Flor-! males. .
3. ordinary in the Papal state. cooking utensils and supplies for: I i PROF. DUNCAN
FREAKISH ACTIONSIN ida and also to contact of-
ed from a union of the sup The night he I Keys I
appointment brought an themselves. Late ItM I i Asked what was the con
porters with ficials of the state and others,
Henry Clay
end to weeks of speculation; as had rescinded the order for 200
John Adams. ARRIVES HERE Mayor Wjn. H. Malone and Wm.i RED CROSS RECEIVING MANY
those of Quincy to the representative who wouldbe men received earlier in the day.! RECENT STORM dition of those bodies he
4. 1828. R. left U. S. M.\ C.
Democratic, chosen by President Mendietaas They were to have been sent to: Porter by NEEDED ARTICLES FOR
The Democratic-Republican plane this morning for :Miami. I i saw Mr. Eddy replied that
minister to the Vatican. Lower Matecumbe to assist in removing II
party divided into four partsin Several months ago the provi- the bodies.Meanwhile I AUTO CAR REMAINS ON SLIP Professor W. C. Duncan, who I Passenger courtesy on the STORM SUFFERERSThe in practically every instance
the campaign of 1824 and sional government announced its medical supplieswere : AND ANOTHER POINT had been away on vacation re- plane was extended through I
never reappeared again in a intentions of sending an envoy to being rushed by truck and:I REMAINS INTACT turned to Key West today on the I Lieutenant Wm. Klaus U. S. N.,', 1 I I they were so disfigured by

national contest. The Democratic Vatican City and resuming diplomatic speedboat to the stricken area' Steamship Cuba via Tampa. I 1 I communication officer at the. local Red Cross chapter:r decomposition as to be un-
and NationalRepublican relations with the papal while the Florida ERA offices': Inalmost every case! where niliture's Professor Duncan says the naval station who secured per.!continues its appeal for clothing J
pitrties were constructedout I hours and de- Harris school will on Monday mission for these officials of the. shelter i
state. here.are remaining open 24 ,1 f elements ravage open food cash donations or recognizable.
of its ruins and perfected __ a day answering an requests coming -I j stroy there are freakish actions morning at 8:40 o'clock,I city to make the trip. :I for those who suffered disaster in I
organizations.\ from the lower key. which are strange And' unexplain- and that the Division Street, The plane was the regular mail the storm which swept the Florida

5. Whig,* 18341854. SECTION GANG I That the party being directedby able. Two of these are mentioned school will open at 10 o'clock. plane and brought a quantity of, keys and other locations on the STEAMSHIP CUBARETURNED
Formed ;rom a union of the I Mr. Gilfond is doing its work as occurring during the re- He requests all teachers and I postal matter from Miami. Another -: peninsular. i

National Republicans, the GROUP KILLED expeditiously was indicated in the recent hurricane. pupils to be on hand at that time. plane said Lieutenant Klaus& Anyone having clothing, shoes. i I
Nullifers extreme States'Eights .telegram from Administrator Van Homer Herrick, civil engineerwith The High school presided over is te arrive this afternoon and I food stuff or cash which they will TODAY

men, Anti-Ma., and Hyning, in which he said "Your the bridge projects at Mate- by Professor Horace O'Bryant will remain over until tomorrowfor I danate toward relieving the suffering

the personal opponents of GIVE NAMES OF FOUR COLORED reports are extremely satisfac- cumbe is said to have come to will also open on Monday morning departure with mail for Mi' of the storm victims are -

President Jackson. tory. Key West before the hurricane to ., according to IIChedule.HABANA.MADRID ami. asked to send same to W.. L. VESSELS BRINGS IN ONE
6. Republican. 185.- WORKERS AT GRAS be with his family and left his Bates, treasurer; W. W Demeritt,
Formed from the greater automobile the ferry slip, HUNDRED AND FORTY-
on INCREASE chairn&n of the executive comp
part of the Northern Whigs '
After the reportswere'reeeivad!
mittee, or Mrs. Grace B. Phillips,
Free Soilers Anti-Nebraska of the wreckage: and practical CLUB secretary of the chapter. If anyone HOUR PASSENGERS
Democrats and antislaverymen obliteration of the camp he said I STEAMER\ LINE is unable to send but will
of the Democratic partyon Section Foreman \\. W. White farewell to his auto. He has been TONIGHT their offer
the feues of the slave of the Florida Easl Coast Railway notify Mrs. Phillips arrived shortly
I i "cuRiYTop" informed that the car is there ings will be sent for, it U stated. Steamship Cab
question. company, this morning! furnishedThe lust where he left it, but turnedto DANCE! Agent C. E. Smith of the after noon today with 144 passengers
Citizen with the names of the head in the opposite direction. Clyle-Mallory Lines, said today he
four colored persons who lost their T..B* Shown at Another report made by the had been advised from New-York TRI-WEEKLY FREIGHTBetween 87 of whom, were for ,

Kindergarten School lives at Grassy Key during the foreman of a railway section gang COME AND SPEND I that additional service is to be West and Miami Key Wst and 87 for Havana. i
Mrs. N. P. Nelson 727 Love storm. MONROE THEATER i U that Channel Five drawbridge is given by the lines. One automobile for Key West and j

Lane, wi'l reopen her Kinder 1 All of the men were employes Saturday aad Sunday. sound and in pe-feet condition a delightful evening and dance onon Vessels of lines which were Overseas Transportation eight for Havana
r rn School on Monday Sept. of the section gang at that point. and' though the heavy winds and of the South'. Finest making this port bi-weekly will Company also
9. School rooms and facilities They were: Henry Coffmap, Son ONLY high waters were all aroundy a Dane Floor. henceforth call each Sunday. This Will run three boat weekly The Teasel brought more

greatly' improved.; Bruce Jim Ash and his wife pile of lumber at the bridge shows I will continue until further noI I PHONE starting today 2C9-M than 70 tons of freight for local t

Emily. no sign of having been disturbed. tics business places. .

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JIbe Published ep Dally mtst accept Sunday Ettfml : By Apparently the motorist Is a* helpless 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS: J l TODAY'S WEATHER 1 11 11Telllper.t.N. ,Today's Horoscope

THE CITIZEN L. P. ARTMAN.PCBLiSHi\G President C0.. 1VC.: victim of taxation, and there seems no 1 ........................
JOB ALLEAa.i.ta.t Boslvesa XaMa-er limit to which will not By Don Herold i native
politicians in TocIi6's n
go intensely practical -
o From The Citizen Building .: I .* (north portion and generally fair
Corner Greene and Ann Streets him 1 I i : and be under
soaking because he takes it lying Highest _.._...._..____.....89 weather tonight and Sunday. may some aspects
Only Daily Newspaper In Key. West and Monroe.County. down. .. ._- _. ... ..79 East Gulf: Gentle to moderateeast t] rather unimaginative. Hew

Entered at Key V\r'\ ea.."Florida. as second class matter Every motorist pays property .taxes, :.P@lIeVe mPj Mean:ti.ii.-;-..:...::==._::..:..::84 I to south winds and partly J be honest and just, laboriousand
FIFI+hTH TEAR -- --- :.83 overcast tonight and Sunday with reserved tn ijxtch. The life
._.... .( the Asaeclatee: ....... license fees and gasoline levies which are lm oin too Rainfall i widely scattered showers. I will be sedentary MId pro' abi\r
Th. Associate press la exclusively entitled to use continually on the increase. In the case : filled with hard work. Look
for r-riiWat.o; of all news dispatches credited to 4o drive s Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.
tt or not otherwise. credited la this paper and also of many commodities, when the price gets 11y Normal Precipitation ._' .20 Ins.i WEATHER: CONDITIONSThe for accident, for they would be

_th. local news published here. too high, some cheaper substitute can be I Tfcfo mrd _y..... 24-aear .......ct I'likely to endanger life as well as
o rmflmfi at to .*clrl. tats MMtrniaK.Tomorrow's limb.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL i used but when it comes to gasoline, it is won- AlmanacSun tropical disturbance continued -
its northeastward movement
!I.lJ ASSOCIATION/93.5 pay the price or lay up the car. rises ..__..n._._.:. 6:10 a* m. being central this morning-!l I Contmeed dry weather this

The first gasoline taxes were levied Sun sets ...,..._..._...._ 6.19.1 m. 250 miles southeast of Sable Island summer which dried up the nec
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Moon rises ...___...... 3:29 tar-bearing MOeuoou has i.
_.._.___.... _..10.00flx p. m. N. S. It is still of eonideirMe considerably
the states and in -
One MonthsThree Tear _...._.._.._._._..__- ..__ 660 by the beginning were Moon sets __........._.. 1:25 a. m. intensity with as injured the honey crop of

One Month Months..._. .._._..___.__.._., Jolt JS very moderate, but as is the case with all I' Tomorrow's Tides .I low as 28.97 inches being pressure reported North. Carolina, beekeepers report -
.Weekly _. _..r.:0 Special taxes, the temptation to boost them A.M. P.M. from its vicinity. i

ADYERTlslxa RATES'Made from time to time became too strong for High _....__- 4:59 7.01, The pressure is high this morn
known on application. INVITATION TO 400 KILLINGSThere Low ".__'_'_ 12:35 ing over the country from the Jarfcaeavnie'a 5,. Jl.g it.t.l*
SPECIAL NOTICEAH the politicians to resist. I
reading.notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of 11:19 Mississippi Valley eastward. Louis-1 THE SEMINOLE
respect, obituarynotlcea, etc,, will be> charged Tor at Then counties and cities saw the op- will be from 350 to 400 people people, and injure 10,500 others. IN 3 Barometer S a. m. today; ville. Ky., 30.14 inches and another
the rate of 10 cents a
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha portunity/ extract some easy money in killed in automobile accidents in the DAYS in America (according to esti Sea level, 30.01.WEATHER I high pressure area is moving j r
revenue! Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. three Labor Day holiday*-Saturday; mates made by The Travelers Insurance in over the Dakota. WilHston N'1
The Citizen is an open forum and invites discussion the same way and finally the Federal and Company) and DO PRACTICALLY !
local Sunday Monday (Labor Day) FORECAST D., 30.20 inches: ; while moderately
of Issues and subjects of or general
public NOTHING TO STOP IT.Four .
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. government could not resist the chance to 1935. hundred violent deaths advertised t* I low pressure covers the southern.'I
And they will be nice people. Rockies and Plateau region. Salt 11
put a finger in the pie. Now in some OdmtncetIt (Till 8 m., Sunday) I
I could make a list of 350 or 400 some fiend sent notices that heat p. Lake City Utah, 29.76 inches.
localities the total gasoline tax runs as people-public enemies and good-for- going to kill 400 people in Cleveland Key West and Vicinity: Fair Light to moderate showers have
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST high as nine or 10 cents a gallon, or about nothings, whose deaths might not be so or somewhere, the entire U. S. tonight and Sunday; gentle tomoderate occurred during the last 24 hoursin !
bad for the -orld-but these 350 be him.
or Army"-ould sent to stop I
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN one-half of its total retail price. 400 who central and northern Florida,
be lulled
are going to duringthe Yet we know that the Labor Day foe Gov .
Where the gasoline tax Labor Day holidays i are, alas, holidays will be the slanghteringesf I T if'I and along the north Atlantic
was spent en- FlerWa
going to be some of our best folks.It eek-end of the year and here we sit. coast and there have also been Jacksonville.
1. Water and Sewerage. tirely for the building and maintenance of seems strange and awful to me Clip this piece out and save h, and I ;; I ( showers and thunderstorms in por- human CIIIS.,B.home GRI\ MMegeeA .motltottoa
that should know in ADVANCEthat how close I the actual
i improved highways there was not so march e see come tions: of the upper Mississippi Val- where :you will find Tear ladlvMoaleemfert
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- \fee are going to kill this many SeureaToday's ley and Texas being heavy at nil *at.rtalaa*at a scatter -

land. re'ason for complaint, but of late years it ._- --- -- I t:}. '\l San Antonio 1.38 inches. Temperatures -I, of great Importance.
has been diverted to other and < continue unseasonablylow I
purposes, ? !
t. Free Port. r, ,. A steel fireproof halUlaa leeatee
the end is not in sight. KEY WEST IN i I :: ; i d \ throughout most .northern /. (... heart ef the elty:
4. Hotels and Apartments.. Birthdays Ct sections. j --oEvery -

-\ 5. Bathing: Pavilion. Practically at present, the motorist is DAYS GONE BY :..:...:................ 3e. G. S. KENNEDY: i I and Shower Room Bath with Combination.Radio, KlectrHlCetlmg Tuft
helpless in the matter but it is only be- 3. Fair Officer in Charge. I Fan Slat Door for Summer
6. Atr ores-Land and Sea.f 'I Admiral Frank B. Uphara, U. S. Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
',. cause he will not organize and demand Happenings Here Just 10 Year
'! N., born in Arizona, 63 years ago. winds mostly east and Construction of one of the Waitresses of Inner Spring Con
7. Consolidation of County and CityGovernments. Ago Today A. Taken From I strnctlon and Individual ReaeW
more reasonable tax rates. A great majority southeast.
The Files Of The Cit.izenSchools largest and most luxurious hotelsin ing Lamp..
of all voters are affected by the 1, Proto Carl L. Becker of'Cornell, Florida: Generally fair tonightand South America is under way in RATES! I
-Jll-J----1------j! born Sunday except probably light Santiago Chile. The structure I Blaste
If would demand fair historian, in Iowa 62 years
gasoline tax. they __. __
in the United States,j showers extreme north 78 Rss s. Private Bath 93-e*
in fur
i portion. will cost about $1,000,000
ago. _
Mt __
ROOBM. Private Bath a4
f Russia has her own ideas about treatment and express that demand at the have great appeal for the people I --- : Jacksonville to Florida! Straits: nishings 400000. 40 R_.. Private Bath .. .__ ....
ballot box they could obtain relief in short of Cuba and many residents of: Gentle to moderate winds mostly 34 R r.. Private Bath *Jf*
Percy K. Fitzhugh (Hugh D.i,; :
i propaganda in this country and in Rus- 10 SSB rle Reeaia. Private 4-*
Cuba educationsin
are gaining their east southeast
e sia. order. But they don't, and probablywon't. this Professor I Lloyd), of New Jersey prolific or over south por- Subscribe to The Citizen-20e I SLIGHT IM'RKASB FOR DOIBLJI:
country, author of boys' books born in tion and south or southwest over weekly. j OCCCPANCTjorit
Atanaseo Hernandez who arrived:
New York 59
years ago. -- - --
4. yesterday from Havana, accompanied 1I 1 .
Theories are the traps that snag truth by his three children I, j
Gladys, Lionel and Georgia.. Lionel George Palmer New I'
and prevent the human race from making
York book publisher husband of
will be placed in St. John'sacademy Boodwinked
progress. For several years the great problemof in Davers, Mass., and I Amelia Earhart, born at Rye; N. be
Y, 48
will years ago.
Misses and
the oil industry has been to keep down Georgia Gladys :! by.
enter St. Vincents in New York
f.r Our idea of absurdity and ingratitude production resulting from the discovery of City A number of other residentsof Dorothy Dow of Chicago poet ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

'Js a man on relief striking for more food or rich new fields especially in Texas. Even Cuba arrived on the steamer,, and author, born at Lockpoit' .
'i i IIL, 36 years ago. To act the original I Davis 100% Par Paint
l more rn.o'ney.Almost. with all the efforts made through legisla- Havana this afternoon en route to''1 -- .Sly to MADE IN BALTIMORE KUUfJtBT
cities in the north and east to enter I Ir
f __ d. tion and voluntary agreements to stem the universities or other institu-I Pietro Mascagni, famed Italian t oak. for ) Da-.. 100% Pare Paint has often :.Seta .KIMTHEftRDAVISCa ...
born 72 v _r imitatcl, t never duplicated. .:::...
r opera composer,
yearsago. :
flood of oil being taken from the earth, a tions of ]learning in the United this Label "E :
anybody that you know can I D... 1(0% Par Paint. conform I with :':=:
tell l large surplus has been constantly on hand. States. j I all pore paint Laws and is the only pine J:''.::.--
you why you haven't made a greater ..... In:: ,,
This condition not long exist, .. Forty-seven stolen automobiles IJUPVJ< that carries a guarantee of parity.bck =
success in life. may Mr. and. Mrs. Reg. E. Germany,' wxr .
however according to estimates by Dr. L. residents of Grove Park are visit :were border recovered checking stations at California's in the PST r { for this Guarantee on the label*

C. Snider an eminent geologist, and Dr. B. ing in Key West and are guestsof I first six months of 1935. webswe..era..nia.web.ey..hrtSims......--.___........__ :dAs
There are people in the United States ... .... .... OL
Mr. and Mrs. T. Jenkins Curry. ear po1. w by w r ml r4 brM ; T. Brooks consulting chemical engineer
who will have ants in their pants until the a They came principally to attend I I portent; link in the Over Saa High- uf"/ &* "9 BALUMOREMn
who believe be expected in ,
a may the celebration for the opening '
Baer-Louis fracas is over. way. There were a number of
eight years or less. of the Oversea Highway and remained -! speakers, including Captain G. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William StreetsSeptember

They place the probable oil reservesof over for a stay until after Clark D. Searps, Frank II. Ladd
Eve had the advantage of her modern the celebration during which they i,
Judge Jefferson B. Browne _
the United States at between 10 and 12 had a delightful time. --
sisters; she knew Adam wasn't out gallivanting George Stembler Miami chamber
billion barrels or between 10 and 14 years'supply 'I.I'li.lI.l.iI.
I''I of commerce; J. D. Redd county
with another gal.1.It's at the present rate of consumption.A Not an accident nor wr ? there commissioner from Dade county, ...................ere..e..........e.................................
one arrest during the great celebration lots of music after which refreshments
report to this effect was made to the t S
yesterday said Chief Deputy -=I were served by the boy and :
funny but a woman who buys a
American Chemical Society at its recent A. H. Mclnnis to The Citi:''girl scouts. Following the main

: $745 fur coat'will grumble whenever meeting in San Francisco, when it was zen. Everybody obeyed the traffic -i.I events of the celebration picnic

meat goes up a few cents a pound. urged that chemists redouble their effortsto laws orderly and crowd.there was The never peopleof amore I.I wr parties* enjoyed.were arranged and dancing Specials

produce substitutes for natural crude oil Key Wet' are to be congratnlated. -l j, .

There is. one job which most women and its products. said the chief deputy. The police -;': Fire Chief Ralph B. Pinder, : :

could fill expertly in the composing room Similar warnings have been heard department also reports excellent -i I Mrs. Pinder and Mr. and Mrs.
behavior on the part oft, Clarence Crusoe and child left
of a newspaper and that is the "make-up." has always on .
but far it -
frequently in the past so everyone and no arrests or at=ci-i''the Mallory Steamer this morning - -

happened that when one oil field dents.!! I, for New York where the chief will

A critic asserts that no notable American played out other and larger ones were dis I''I attend the national convention of Heavy Galvanlzec i WILLOW CLOTHES
Many of those who attended the I fire chiefs. :
fiction has been written lately. But covered. It is known, of course, that the formal opening of the Boca Chica 11 12-Ql Backets30c

just.wait until next year's campaign gets supply of oil remaining under ground is bridge yesterday are loud in their!,! Dr. G. M. Gritera. former surgeon t tt BASKETS .: -

going. 'limited but whether the limit suggestedby praise of the manner in which boy I I in charge of the Marine hos- t j
and girl scouts helped out in the pital in Key West but now stationed Sj
Messrs. Snider and Brooks is anywherenear celebration. Troops 1. 4 and S'I''I at Galveston was an arrival i $1.40KITCHEN i

If some of the ladies of this city in- correct is open to question. boys and Troops 2 and 3, yesterday in Key West after .. i iI
dulged in a "strip golf match" to one of Substitute fuels from oil-shale hydro- were on the job every' minute and I j''a visit with his brother. Dr. JohnGmteras : .
their assistance was invaluable. at Benavides, Cuba.
which: Arthur Brisbane referred, several genated coal fuel and alcohol fuel can be : I

wouldn't last beyond the second hole. produced at present, but their cost pre- Seldom have the people of Key 1 I I Melvin E. Russell,' snperinten- I .

cludes their general use so long as crudeoil : West entered so heartily into the ,(r dent of public instruction requests : MOPS GARBAGE CAN :
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: spirit of wiy celebration here as' The Oitizen to announce :
In spite of wars and rumors' of wars is plentiful. The challenge to chemistryis i they did yesterday when about that there will be an examinationheld ', ;' ,", I t, .

some folks keep on playing golf, and that's to be prepared to make cheaper sub- I five thousand residents and visiting : -'.. at Monroe County High i ; .' 8 sizes to pick 85c i' :
in the motorcade School
when I friends joined tomorrow beginning at 9
and shortageof
a happy fact. If it not for folks who stitutes available a \ .
were i
which formed 10 o'clock yesterday -j o'clock] for all who may have fail- I from i .
keep on playing while other folks fight, petroleum occurs. morning to take part in j jed I in any subject lust year. This L I I :
this would be a hard worid. the celebration] in connection gives an opportunity for all inter-
WRECKERSThe with the opening of the first im-:I ested to become qualified.

., ANOTHER53Piece
What would you think of a business- 1

manager who, upon taking charge of your ( Wisconsin Home and Farm .School Association -I.
Dousman Wise.) I IA' i
business promised to reduce expenses 25 Imported Dinner Set |J
down, Your Account
per cent and then after four years' trial I watched them tearing a building Checking

A gang of men in a busy town.
you found he had increased it instead. : .
What would tell for WUh) a ho-heave-ho and a lusty yell Permanent Record -
you him if he asked Given This Week
side wall fell. i Away hi
an extension of his contract? Go ahead, They swung a beam and

we have stuffed our ears with cotton. skilled With the many new Federal ..d State tales: BOW : ................t :
I asked the foreman, "Are these l men more than ever, it is! important that yon keep a permanent

And the men you'd hire if you_had to build?" record of your every tr..ctio.! .

Senator Carter Glass for ,whom we lie gave a laugh and said, "No, indeed! Your checking aceoaat with as ens keep your Woks 'I BULBS ISc Ig
-, LIGHT 25 to 60 Watt 2 for
profess great admiration ridiculed the '
Just common labor is all I need. for yoa. Your deposits and checks are a reliable akj a*>

term "Federal Money." He said that the I can easily wreck in a day or two .ceptab!* word of your Income and outgo, your sates' and I

government had no money and that it was What, builders have taken a year to do." expense- --frjly Worth! the small charge made for the _py- : -- :
ice. n'of course, if yoar balance U sufficient thereare It
\, .. the people's. Strictly speaking this is correct no charges.A I **
but after the government takes. the I thought to myself as I went my: way,

t people's money in the form of taxes it is I Which of these roles have I tried to play! keep. Monthly If it sboaU statement be lost is, our rendered files JOB on your which account yoa shoald are 1 1i i South t Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i iPhcni

no more theirs and under our bureaucratic Am I a builder who works with care, always ope* to yov.See I

system of governmentand with a rubber- Measuring life by the rule and square? B* for complete haakiag service 598 Wtile aDd Eliza Streets :

stamp Congress, the people have precious I A'm I shaping my deeds to a well-made plan. .

little to lay what is to be done with the I Patiently doing the best I can! The First National Bank of West I II : "Your home i is worthy of the beat" :
money much of which is earned by the Or am, I a wrecker who walks the town. .

sweat of the brow, and wrung from the I. Content with the labor of tearing down.H. I Member. of the Federal Deposit .-ram.!. Corporation .1 .................................................e....' ...... ...... ... S*
taxpayer. = S. Harp. 71111111111'
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I CARDS TAKE BUSY BEES WIN r i,i I i women cot connected .with .any i I'i tion .f the Meet Blessed -

MORNING STAB i other Bible Class and regardless i ; 7 p. at.Church .
l I I I[of denominations are invited t t : teH <& 8 a. m.
DY MABrAi! SS2idS_ ... I I attend. Sermon at 8 a. a. and 7 p. m.
Week-Day Services

aTY0P31at 4. peu4tfOll and ruddier than any of them said FROM? BOSTON TILT \WITH LOPEZ LEY: MEMORIAL & '1 SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH I II !I Mass OB Tuesday and Thursday
for 1UJW Ardmort : E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST j,I ---- at 7 a. in.I .

*tom*lfad la*fowd key rovmmiatt. may,Judltk F.L teailngly."From an I can gather, y6u're the I CHURCH; SOUTHRev. CHURCHCor. ;i Corner Duval and Eaton ]I Litany and Sermon on Wednesday
Carrel ont of tfc* most cfcormtapif I
1:30.p. m.
Influence for good that Judea been
Mails irrttpoit nffdtd*JudUk.etrlf <.for A.k EmUy'ftolAcr needing. 1 GIANTS AND! CUBS ALSO WIN; BENEFIT: CAMiS.PLAYED LAST 1L L. Smith Pastor Fleming and William Streets Morning Prayer, 6:45: a. nu Confessions: After the Wednesday
.,.. Cor.. Georgtt DlvnTon $tl I
it of Iaa o me* and I
Shuler Pastor serrtee.
Peels Mass Communions 7 evening
( ) a. nu
prtat deal abovt Dirty Hot Emily laughed. Already the felt PIRATES DEFEAT DODGERSIN NIGriT ,
=: ka pernadtd tin. FeUontoftrnit herself catching the spirit of this AT BAYVIEW PARK Church school. at 9:45 a., m., Church school\ meets at 9:45a. Mass for the Church School,

ray plantation ZmUy in to th4 vials Softer t\t vaeation. Car.. place. "0h. I hope not! Influences LOPSIDED GAME; SENATORS TERMINATES WITH) SCORE with Ed. R. Curry superinten nu William N. Knowles superintendent 9:30 a. nu NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

n. CarroJli art aO IiI:. Jw I for good usually wear flat heels and dent.Morning! The Wesley FellowShip -1 Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. in. I
dttk, EmOf _lid&. 11 '
LOSS: TWO kEADING worship at o'clock.;
3 TO 2
glasses. Bible Class meets in the pas Evensong Prayer, Sermon (Colored)
He chuckled. ""Then you must be Sermon subject "L ying Aside tor's study. r Benediction, 8 p. m.W I A. T. McCaskffl, Pastor

Chapter Four an envoy of the Devil Anyhow,we're Every Weight"Junior Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock. _k D.7. M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward

DAVID glad to have you." Special la Tae nna.a) (By JOVE) Epwbrth League meets Sermon subject: "Why Pray" j Morning Prayer 6:45: a. nu Mrs. M. A. Moreno, Secretary
t They came1lnaDy to the end of the NEW YORK Sept. 7. The St. at 4:00 p. nt Mrs. V. A. Archer
Intermediate League
Carron house hain't the or- The Busy Bees defeated the Epworth I Mass, 7 a. m. Sunday school, 980 a. m.
;cUpped beauty of her own room embraced to an for Individual a foil half that minute.Judith Louis Cardinals took another Lopez Funeral !Home diamondbaTlten in o Intermediate charge. Epworth League meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda-1 Evening Prayer 5:30 p. nu Sunday service 11 a. m.
from the Boston Braves and
frame but It had of game tine Watkins superintendent. A second Mass Wednesdays, Evening worship 7 o'clock.
beauty setting: on
Then she turned back last night at Bayview Park in
to Emily 5:00 Mrs. S. J.
thereby their lead the meets .at p. m. I I
kept over
of rich red fields In the distance;,of.magnificent Young People's League meets 9a.m. '
trees that led to the "This As she is looked David Into she David's said. waitIng Giants and Cabs intact. Dizzy a benefit game for the Veterans.It Pierce In charge. at 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton, II I BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
entrance like an aisle to an attar.The Dean went to the rescue of Hajla- was a pitchers'\ duel between- Young.'eople.s Departmentmeets : president. PENTECOSTAL MISSION
Emily .realized that life
car stopped before a doorway needn't eyes necessarily be the safe and han and won his twentyfourthgame Ward and C. Gates. Each allowed at 7:06 p. m. Miss Norma Evening worship service at 8:00 (Colored)

'that wore Its raying fanlight like a dismal 'affair that she had always of the season. six hits. YateS, president.Evening o'clock. Sermon subject: "Storms."I 909 Olivia Street Corner Division and Thomas Ste.H.

I i coronet, and It seemed to Emily that expected: It mlsht be thrilling and The New York Giants kept their William cates worship service at 8:00 Mid-week prayer and Bible I Wm. Skondeen, Pastor R. Hill pastor
for the Sermon : "Patch- '
{Bedlam broke loose. Dogs barked reckless and glorious. And If David very small percentage lead over played o'clock. study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. I Sunday morning worship, 11 Sunday; school, 9:30 a. m.
someone' shouted from an upper would let yon' see It with him. It the Cubs in their battle for sec- Embalmers and had a perfect ing Old Clothes. Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately o'clock.
Preaching 11
window, and Judith shouted loudest would belie __ ond-piste by defeating the Cincin night. lie got a hit, struck out Prayer and praise service each following the mid-week I+, Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. Junior A., C. E.a. m.League meet

'of mil. had t taken her hullS. anti 'although nati Reds 7 to 5. once, made two errors had four Wednesday at 7:30 p. nt, Service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts di- m. 6:39
Mrs. Carroll met them In the lofty he was talking 10..Judlth. he The Chicago Cubs, with War- Young people's choir practice rector. Sunday night evangelistic service at p. au
than: a tall thIn woman la Impeccable was looking at her.And you've been neke in the box. downed the Phil- assists to his credit and putout each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss 7:15 o'clock. Senior A: C. E. League meets

., riding clothes with the broad keeping this from me ever since lies 3 to 2. one. He got the first single for Alice Jenks pianist METHODIST Tuesday 7:15 p. nu, prayer and at 6:15 p. nu
"a"s and superfluous ",". of tidewater September? Is that sisterly affection. The Pittsburgh Pirates went tan the Funeral Homers. Church choir practice each Friday EPISCOPAL praise service. Evening service, 8 p. m.
Virginia In her voice. She I ask your overwhelming victory over the Baker__ and Armandn _&ft_>vtAet___ I 'at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Friday 7:15 p. m., fellowship Weekly Services
kissed her daughter briefly! but affectionately. "If you'd taken the trouble to 1 the onesided -- n Adams, pianist. "EL SALVADOR" meeting. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Class
Brooklyn Dodgers by I
come pulled some very sensational\ plays.At I 7:30 choir rehearsaL .
i and see me. Judith retorted.. Saturday 2:30 andgirls' Friday, p. m.,
score of 13 to 0. Corner Grinnell and Virginia p. m., boys'
"Judith my darling! We are about "Td have let you meet her sooner. bat, Kerr and HTggs hit two FIRST CHURCH church.
in the BAPTIST Streets
In the only games played I i iI
to send out posses. Where did yon But you're so married to your horses safely in three times Majchm
which up. Rev. Guillermo Perez Pastor
American League, was a ,
get that awful hat? and alfalfa that can't tear I
your you
doubleheader the St. Louis nine hit one safely and walked 6nce. Eaton Street, Between Duval and (Services in Spanish) CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST

defeated, the Senators in both con In the field, P. Castro, Baker Simonton Streets Sunday school 10 a. m. CHURCH
and A. Acevedo starred. Mary's Star of the Sea
1 tests. James S. Day Pastor Preaching 8 p. m.
The summaries follow: Score by innings: R. H.: E. I Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Mothers' Club meets Monday Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., (Colored)

NATIONAL LEAGUEAt Lopez _. 100 000 010-2 6 4 i Captain O. T. Pogue, superinten 8p.m. in charge Sduthard Street Between Thomas

pllt Pittsburgh R. H. E. Bees _._ 000 102 OOx=3 6 4 dent. Classes for everyone. Bible study and prayer service, Order of services for this and Emma Streets

t Brooklyn _._..-. 0 9 "4 Batteries: C. Gates and Ingra- Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Wednesday 8 p. m. church: William Perkins, Pastor

Pittsburgh; ..______.__13 20 1 ham; Ward and M.Acevedo. "Seeking- Best" is the subjectof I Sunday moraine Masses will be G. Williams, Missionary Leader
Batteries: Zachary and Lopez; the pastor's sermon for this "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. Sabbath School: (Saturday), 10

j Blanton and Padden.At STANDINGS: service. L. Oser! and Montero I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock o'clock.
LEAGUE 'I The Baptist Training Union Pastors !i I Evening service at "7:30 o'clock, Church services 11 o'clock in

'Sundays and Fridays. the morning.
Cincinnati R. H. E. meets at 7 o'clock. Duval and Angela Streets :
y Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Sunday school 3 m. M Y. P. M. V. S. meeting, 5.30
i New York __"._'_ 792 AMERICAN LEAGUE p. J I i
Cincinnati _._.___...? 5 12 3 Club- W. L. Pet Subject: "Sorrows of the Sea." Service in Spanish Friday at ,, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN o'clock p. m.

Batteries: Schumacher and Man-. Detroit u..._.__.___. 80 43 .650 The previously announced "Boy 7:30 p. nv I I CHURCH Prayer meeting every Wednesday

--- w>) cuso; Derringer and Lombard! New York ...._.___.. 70 52 .574 Scout" service has been postponed j night at 7:30 p. m.
Cleveland __ 65 59 .524 to next Sunday evening and i j i (Colored)

At St. Louis R. H. E. Boston ..._.._._... 64 62 .508 the pastor will conduct special 327 Elizabeth Street 717 Simonton Street LEGALSVotlce

it Boston _._....._.._... 4 ,,12 1 Chicago _..._......... 51 60 .459 service in honor of those who lost Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. 1 I Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor

St. Louis ____..__._._ 6 10 2 Philadelphia _. 51 68 .429 their lives in the recent storm. Sunday morning service at 11 Morning\ service, 11 o'clock l a oTWIi, that the
I 1 "Two Noble Women." I i> hereby given
WdUhington ____ 51 74 .408 c'clock.
Batteries: Smith and Spohrer; Board of County Commissioners of
Hallahan J. Dean and Davis. St. Louis _....__...-. 50 74 .403 I CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Wednesday evening service at F I Church school 3:.10 p. m. Uoro CMtttjr. Florid will meet
Evening service, 8 o"clock.MThe In the (nrk of 0.-.> at th ('''unt)'
8 o'clock.Reading. : j (".rt Home at KeY U,."t. :V >nroCounty .
At Chicago R. II. E. NATIONAL LEAGUE 527 Wfllutti Street room in Society building Lord's Supper. Florida, on Tuida spp.
E. Richard Evans Pastor I The Rev. John B. Culpepper will timber 14. 1.:35. for the pure,<4.' (
and Fridays
Philadelphia 2 11 2 Club. W. L. Pet<< open Tuesdays hrariBff complaint and re airing

Chicago ...... _._ 361 St. Louis ...-........... 82 47 .636 Sunday school, 9:45 a. nu fron 3 to 5 o'clock. preach Tuesday at 8 o'clock. trstttavay: as to the value of ant
New York _. ._ 78 49 .614 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. I property real, or personal ax fixed
Batteries: Bowman and Wilson; by the Coutr Assessor of tax..sof
Warneke and O'Dea.AMERICAN Chicago ...._._......... 82 52 .612 Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. MIXED BIBLE CLASS SAINT PETER'S CHURCH prf.ctMK. reviewing and <><)ualIsfag -
I \ Pittsburgh ._......_. 76 58 .567 Evening worship 8 o'clock. I the assessment tlf the tax;
mil tor the year IMS
!& LEAGUE Brooklyn ......._....._ 58 70 .453 Mid-week service, Wednesday Sam B.f Finder and W. P., Monti-! (Colored) bated at Key West. Florida.
Nc V// First Game Philadelphia .._..... 54 74 .422 evening at 8 o'clock. cino, Teachers Center Street, Between Petfonhi\) S-ptcnber 7. IKi: .
By order of tae Board.
At Washington R. H. E. Cincinnati "_'_'_ 57 70 .429 This class meets every Sunday and Olivia RO8B C. SAWYER

They welcomed Emlty with gay cordiality. St. Louis _....... _11 18 2 Boston ......_ 33 94 .260 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH: morning at the Harris School auditorium Mass 8 a, m. Clerk: board .f Q*sty Codmlssioa

"At a fire sale love," retorted her yourself away. Is that brotherly affection Washington ......__ 8 19 0 at 10 o'clock. Men and Solemn Evensong and Benedic: era llevroc Coaaty Florida a.pt7-tt

'r 'daughter, who had paid thirty dollars I ask your Batteries: Cain, Van Atta. TODAY'S GAMES Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts .

for the hat two days before. Well we won't quarrel over It Knott and Hemsley; Russell Mid John B. CulpepK, Jr., Pastor w --

".Mother. this Is Emil,." now." David decided and as a servant Bolton. AMERICAN LEAGUE Church Sunday school opens at

Mrs. Carroll's tanned face softjened announced dinner he slipped St. Louis at WashingtonTwoGamesWalkup 10:00 a. nu, under leadership of

Into a charming smile. "We're Emily's hand through his arm. Second Game Linke Thomas Gerald Sounders, general superintendent -
delighted to have you, my dear. I The other arm he flung about At Washington R. H. E. Whitehill. vs. ; Each department meet

hope you don't mind Bedlam." Judith's shoulders and the three of St. Louis ..._..-.-...-.._ 2 10 2 Det"roiat vs. Philadelphia-two in its own assembly room.

Emily tinned backU this Is aample. them moved towards the dining- Washington ...._......._ 171 Gapnes Lawson Marcum Morning worship at 10:45
1 I think m! love it" vs. ;
room. Batteries: Andrews and Hems- Bridges vs. Blaeholder. o'clock. Subject: "Helping Oth-

.J Mrs. Carroll patted her hand. ley; Newsom and Starr. at New York-Two ers."
.,,_ Dinner's almost ready. Jude so N retrospect the c dinner had for ,. Chicago Epworth League meeting at -

'you'd better have Jackson take your Emily the dream-Eke quality thatso All other games rained out. Games-Lyons. vs. Allen; Kennedyvs. 7:00 p. nu Miss Vanessa .Collins,
) bags up right away. There's quitea many vivid experiences acquire.The Ruffing. leader.
mob tonight. she added as an table was candle-lit and exquisite Cleveland at Boston-Two Evening worship service at 8 7-
afterthought "so you'd better crystal caught the glow and SOFTBALL GAMES Games-Harder vs. Wolberg; "Judgement.
o'clock. Subject:
dress. splintered it into a thousand colored Pearson vs. Welch.PEOPLE'S. s
J :Mid-week and praise
fragments. David's head with Us prayer f ,
And with another
brief affectionate -
smile she left them. fair unruly hair was bent close to FOR NEXT WEEK NATIONAL LEAGUE service on Wednesday at 8:00: p.

Emily stared wide-eyed at toe hers and his conversation was aa Philadelphia at Chicago-Mul- m.Choir
0" -t
room to which they were snown. Incessant and amusing as it was inconsequential ANNOUNCEDSENIOR cahy vs. Lee. rehearsal Friday eve- OLD STOVE
ARE 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph ROUND
ning at
) ,The ceiling! was at least twelve feet Brooklyn at.Pittsburgh-Mungo Gerald Saunders -
,. In height, and the canopied mahogany There were quantities of delicious or Benge vs. Weaver. Sawyer organist;
bed almost touched It."I food that she couldnt eat. and a New York ok Cincinnati-Fitz- choir director.

feel like Queen Victoria or great deal of wine that she didn't LEAGUE WILL RESUME simmons\ Schott i _
;Martha Washington." dare drink. David's admiration was Boston at St. Louis=;;.Macfayden THE SALVATION ARMY
Judith had already begun throw intoxicating enough; for one evening PLAY MONDAY EVENING I vs. P. Dean. The ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves

lug things. "They say she slept here And afterwards when dinner was ; SOCIAL LOOP BE. Captain Vernon W. :Walker, Officer every day. Don't miss this opportunityto
once: Martha. I mean; but I doubtit. over and the party was breaking up ... .. in Charge
into tables of bridge and tables of change YOUR old stove for a modern
Neither she nor George lived long GINS SUNDAY MORNINGBy : 1002 Fleming Street
to occupy all the beds they're poker. David led her outdoors and FORUM (Sunda gas range.
,enough settled her carefully in a deep,cushioned !- .......................: Company meeting
have honored. I Katherine
supposed to ( : JOVE) school). 9:45 a. titMrs. -

i "I-,think." she decided abruptly of swing the garden.set in the enchanted circle 'The schedule for next week's i CREDIT WHERE Eldridge, Young Peoples' Here are the special Round-up features: = .:. =

rthat you'd better wear that daffodil 'i- games in the Senior DiaTnondball I CREDIT IS DUE Sergeant Major, in charge.
For a long time they didn't talk. ... .. '
.chiffon and knock them flat all at David rested an arm gently about League is as follows: 'Hot nesS" meeting, _11 a. nt Trade-in-allowances es up'to $15. ftTh
J tonce. It won't matter then whether'you her shoulders and smoked. Then be Monday night busy Bees and I Editor The Citizen: Subject: "How They Grow. .

talk or" not.and yon can get your threw away the clgaret and his arm Firemen I The severe criticism now prevalent Young People's Legion 6:36 ''L It .
,bearings. tightened. Wednesday night Bermuda with reference to the p. m. Topic: "The Longest Way A brand new DeLuxe gas range _

< She obediently wore the chiffon: "I babbled about myself all during Bakery and Lopez Funeral Home. I Weather Bureau certainly does Round." with every modern feature, built to our
pale yellow, with a golden-brown
(''girdle toning to the deeper brownof dinner and you were too sweetto Friday night Busy Becj and not apply to our local staff. They Salvation meeting. 8:00 p. m. own specifications especially for the
shut me Talk about Funersil Home. and Subject: "Anchors."
up. you now. Lopez worked diligently, untiringly,
her hair. Judith who
She didn't want to talk... She I r efficiently. Street service On Saturday nightat Round-up, for only $49.50 (and yoUr
dressed like a whirlwind and looked *
like a mannequin surveyed her wanted to sit still and feel David's i In! the Social League the following At least thirty hours previousto the corner of .Fleming and Du old stove). ,

critically and reached for the rouge. arm holding her .close. She was I I games will be played: the arrival of the disastrous val streets, 8 o'clock.

When she had finished she steppedback faintly ashamed too. of the monot i Sunday morning 9 o'clock first hurricane we were advised by the Midweek service t: Thursday. I Your unrestricted choice of every
of her
onus propriety existence
: and regarded her handiwork. "There's no story. I've done the : game. Service and Stowers PArk; local bureau to take every pre p. m. --- .. other range in stock. This unusual and distmcLve; DeLuxe -

God help the poor seamen on a proper things all my life." A recollection I second game, Bayview Stars and caution.In Magic Chef gas range is only
night like this!" she chuckled and of the carnival man returned. Service. addition to this they kept us FIRST PRESBYTERiAfc one of the many models; offered for

bed the way downstairs. Fve never stolen a green apple or Tuesday at 4 p. m. Stowers advised of the storm's position CHURCH Don't delay._ Let us change your old your selection during the Round-up.

[+ gone wading before the correct time Park and Bayview Stars. and its route. We had ample stove NOW. Begin today to enjoy the Standard equipment includes insulation -
r'HE Carroll 1I1'1ng-room was vast J. C. Gekeler Pastor
to go wading. You couldn't be Interested Tuesday at 5:15 p. nu. Lighthouse time to secure our floating equip-
f J- softly lighted and alive withpeople and Administration. homes for Com'of White and Washington use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic
in anything Fve ever done. ment and prepare our
who were all drinking highballs His cheek was caressing her hair Wednesday at 4:30: p. m., Stow- the storm, and it is the con- Streets will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfectChef features: Red Wheel Lorain
and talking at the tops of their and his nearness left her shaken. ers Park and Lighthouse. scientious opinion of the writer Sunday school meets at 1C: a. ly and scientifically. Oven Heat Regulator, Magic ChefAutomatic

voices. could be Interested In anything Thursday at 5 p. m.. Adminis- that the local staff should be nu A. C. Elgin, superintendent. Top Lighter, Three-in-
They kissed Judith men and women you've ever done." tration and Stowers Park. highly praised for the efficient The Adult Bible Class is taught - One Non-clog Top Burners and
Indiscriminately and welcomed
Emily with a cordiality that she Copyright D3S. Sy Jtartan St uJ Next Sunday 9 a. m.. first manner in which they performedtheir << ,by the pastor. Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
gay game. Lighthouse and Service; Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 1 valve is of safety type. Enameled
i duties.
would have given a great deal to acquire. :-
Mr. Carroll who was bigger dui Monday about what Emily to do'Uarna after.dlnnor.I good. second game, Stowers and Serv' CHAS. TAYLOR. Evening worship at 8 o'clock. throughout. Door and Drawer

.. ice.e..iiiiaaieeseeao. / handles and gas valve handles are
--- --- ---- Key West Florida.
eee..e..eeeeeeee.eeeToday's i I Indiana governor and senator, Sept.7,' 1935.It CHURCH OF GOD I of black bakelite. Special color

21st Vice President born near 1106 Olivia Street 1 1 t combinations available on order.

ZanesviUe, Ohio. Died Nov. '25, Today In History isn't the heat, it's the humidity Morning service at 11 o'clock.I During the Round-up only

1885. ........................ that governs the change ir Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. 1 I /
Anniversariesa moisture content of grain in stor- : Sunday night service 7:15)) $69.50
... t 1822-Brazil declares its ind age and on the standing stalk, the o'clock. __ 1Evangelistic I stove
j 1848-Edmund 11. Holland actor -
I pendence of Portugal.1838Instoric government has found after many .
service -- -
1533-Queen Elizabeth of Eng-I and famed actor/s son, born at :
The oldest If have one of .
tests Wedne5-r'
day 7:15 m. gas range you "
lAnd, born. Died March 24. 1603. New York. Died Nov. 24, 1913. Grace n p.
t rescue by I Prayer and praise still in.service rounded the "old timers FLORIDA PUBLIC
1815-How ell Cobb. Georgia, Darling, English heroine, daughter John L. Sullivan and James J. day 7:30 p. m. Teacnerf me up daring the Seventh many)
lawyer congressman Speaker of 1 1860--Gisle Bothne Univ. of of the Longstone Lighthouse Corbett in Near. Orleans -Corbettthe t ing. Annual Old Stove still in service, trade it
| Minnesota professor of Scandinavian keeper. winner in 21 rounds. t-I UTILITIES CO.
the House, governor secretary of' languages and Ibsen scholar, Latin Mime* Round-up will be taken ins! It may be worth a

the ,Treasury born in Jefferson Confederate Co. general Ga.- born in Norway. Died in Minneapolis 1867-General Amnesty pr6- 1928-Two fellow-workers of I Services Sundays Tuesdays as new full payment for the brand new modern gas "Your Ga Company"
Dec. 8, 1934. claimed President Johnson. "AT tlsaamuutedClpone Thursdays conducted by Rev.'r range on which it
Caponej ,
Diet Oct. 9
1868.1819Thomas. i is traded in. range. ROY E. LADE, Manager
at funeral with seventeen Charles E. Lazo. I ,. ._ ... 8 ------ -
A. Hendncks Subscribe to The Citizen. 1892-Epic prizefight between traeiloads of 'ilower3.I Sunday school, 939: A. m. \ 0" ''


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NUMBER THIRTEEN i.s..s..s. r EIGHT BUILDING VANDENBERG WASOUTSTANDING 1111'11111 eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeaa; SIXTEEN MARRIAGE A clothing firm in Menphis,

cent judgment against a Negro

VERY LUCKY FORCAMPYETERANS ................eeeeeeeiW. PERMITS! ISSUED IN H yon Jo set receire your COLUMN UCENSESISSUED.boy.

C. Duncan, principal of Division paper by 6:15 o'clock in tI.. _
I Street and Harris public SENATEGROUPSREPUBLICAN afternoon, call telephone 51 .eeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeaeeeeMUSIC Harmony Baptist church at

schools returned: today via Tampa APPLICATIONS CALL FOR and n paper will ... cent to THIS FIGURE IS SHOWN TO Clarksvilie, Tenn., recently celebrated -
from a vacation in the states. NEW HOMES AND GEN. roar home. A complaint boy its 100th anniversary.
MEMBER ONE I. on duty at U>U office from
Sisters Margaret of Jesus, Margaret ERAL REPAIRS SsIS to 7115 p. n*. for 5l.. ER AUGUST
and Adela Eva OF FEW WHO SURVIVED wishes to teach piano where and American Cuts
KEY WEST WHEN MISSING Kathleen parpote of delivering com
I experienced teacher is wanted.
Genuine Lamb
from New York, arrived this aft- plaint Help as live yon IOOpercent Spring
DURING ELECTION HELD IN Box C, care of Citizen Office.
SUNDAY'S TRAIN ENROUTETO ernoon via Tampa, and are at the. Building' and repair permits .issued cervice by eating 51 septT-ltx During the last two days of Bermuda Meat Market

KEYS Convent of Mary Immaculate. from the office of Building' YEAR OF i'34By'HERBERT I if yon do not receive The Citisas. August there were two marriage Phone 861.W Q.ick Service

I Inspector: Harry M. Baker duringthe PERSONAL licenses issued from the office of White at Virginia. Street

Miss Lorace Peeples. English' week ending August 28, 'I i County Judge Hugh Gunn mak- Wo are open Svnday Morning;

Good luck accompanied 13 veterans teacher in the Key West High are as follows: PLUMMER 'I rII.l".IA FOOT SUFFERERS! Don't Pay ing a total of 16 for the month. .

from the who to School, who was spending her Construct home at 1700 Flag- (By Awoclalr4 treat) Until Relieved of Athlete's Foot Issues prior to August 29: were] \\UU.IIISPEND

keys came vacation at points in Florida, re- ler avenue. Owner, C. L. AI WASHINGTON Sept. '1ti MINISTERIAL UNIT (Foot Itch). Amazing new I recorded in previous issues of The:
Key West last Saturday for the turned this afternoon on the Cuba bright; cost, $2,000. treatment sent on Trial. If re- Citizen. /
weekend. 1208 Varela street. man on the left tide of the dividing lieved send $1 ,
from Tampa. Repairs in ten days. If Issues the
during 10
past days
The veterans missed Sunday'strain Owner, C. Cobo; cost, $225. political aUle in the senate TO MEET 10NDAY not-return unused portion. I were to: Ramiro L. Villar and YOUR

and since that was the last i Miss Edna Smith, who will be Repairs at 608 Angela street. Chesapeake Products. Inc, Esther Francisca Perez Henry

one to leave here reaching the I remembered as musical directorof Owner, L. M!. Johnson; cost $225. during the 74th congress bad as Dept. 113, Baltimore, Md. Finder and Mertie White.; i VACATIONTHIS ]

camps the former soldiers and The Pirates of Penance, arri- Build garage at 1122 Watson t ept7.1 tx No
West I much attention him Arthur The regular monthly meetingsof applications for permits to : YEAR IN :
tailors have been in Key paid a* I
ved this afternoon from Lake- street. Builder, C. L. Baltzell; wed have been received duringthe
the Ministerial Alliance which
throughout the period of WANTED
land Fla. via Tampa. cost, $675.Repairs.
Hendrick Vandenberg olMicLSgan first seven days of this month. FLORIDANEW
storm and subsequent relief stage. to home on Watson has! been closed during the sum- % .

Citizens of Key West and the Melvin E. Russell, superintendent street. Owner, Liza Gomez; cost, ; mer months, will be reopened YOUNG WOMAN desires several
Florida ERA have cared well for hours employment daily fprgourHEALTH!
of public of $100. Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock,
them. They are being housed at .eaaoau 1. H. wa one stenographic statistic]
county, returned on the Cuba Construct additional room on
the Oversea Hotel, are being fed, according to announcement made bookkeeping. Salary not important. / \\
from Tampa today. home at 1401 Olivia street. Owner. of the few Republican senators to
by Capt. Vernon W. Walker, of LOCAL MUSICIANS
have been given clothing, and Address .Box L, care Citizen -
Sophie Boza; cost, $850. theSalvation Army, who is secre-
:lave received vouchers with which sept7.2t
I survive the 34 election 2. He'samong
Erect ;
bliss Florence Albury and garage at 413 Grinnell] tary of the alliance. -
necessities! could be procured.The .
local post of the American Wilhelmjna Goehring, who were I street. Owner, Sam Higgs; cost, those moat frequently President Rev. Shuler Peele, of WANTED-FURNISHED house
A of local musicians NEW FALL STYLES IN
attending summer school at Tu- $50. group
has them with Fleming Street Methodist Church with two or more bedrooms,
Legion furnished
card with which they are amus- lane University in New Orleans, Repair floors at 615 Duval mentioned a* .tae '36. G. O. P. is desirous of having a full at- preferably between High School. have organized under the direction -+ SCHOOL SHOESALL
returned via Tampa. street: Owner M. Lopez cost of Joe Catala and are now
today ,
ing themselves, and with cigarettesLast [ ; tendance of all the members. and Harris School. State.f U
night a benefit baseball game $50. .. .atio..e..' .. : The meeting will be held in the particulars. Box B.e-11ie.lC- = playing for dances parties and all STYLES ALL SIZES
was played at Bayview Park for Francis Moore who is employedat I ,!There'll be slot more heard Fleming Street Methodist Church.! zen Office. sept6-3tx entertainments where good music BLACKS. BROWNS.COMBINATIONS .
Islamorada arrived last is included on the program of en-I
them, and the recreation depart- DAMAGED UGHT'VORKING about him in the days ahead.
after a visit' with his parents. Mr. tertainment. This orchestra play- You'll be able to check
ment of the district office here of this the man" ID WANTED Chance to bid on your
the Florida ERA is turning and Mrs. S. M. Moore at Mara- Keep picture of MEMORIAL SERMON your next printing order The ed Thursday evening at the American list in quick order when you
thon, and is today visiting his AGAINREPAIRS mind as the front pages from now Artman Press. aug7 : Legion hall when the Youngten's see the fine SCHOOL OX-
some of the recreational facilitiesto
them. The legion and auxiliary brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and on record his story: SUNDAY EVENINGRev. ) Social Club entertainedwith I FORDS which we are selling at
special prices on Saturday and
tONE and i
large dancing
a party
have also sent provisions to sur- Mrs. Victor Moffat. His hero, ideal, and greatest FOR RENT :Monday.
approximately fifty couples enjoyed -
viving veterans on the keys. American is Alexander Hamilton. NEW FALL SHOES
the Joe
Mallard LARGE AND ONE SMALL music provided by
:Mr. and Mrs. James ,
Talk with them anl they will Many of the new style leaders
There is nothing about Hamiltonhe .James s. of the Catala's orchestra the musical
Day pastor furnished
who were enjoying a vacation apartment conven- as !! Mr.
rpeak with deep sympathy of the STATION WHICH WAS I purchased by Appel-
disaster which* befell may of with relatives in Georgia, re- doesn't know. He has written First Baptist Church, is dedicat- iences and poshes. Apply 523 aggregation is known profes-' routh at Eastern Markets are

heir: camp-mates, but they are turned on the Cuba this after- DAMAGED IN STORM books about him. He will talk ing his Sunday evening service to Southard street. aug31 sionally. j 1 I I I. now being displayed.
thankful that fortune noon. with you about him for hours. those who lost their lives in the Those in the orchestra include'I SCHOOL DRESSES
good was
with them. Superintendent W. W. De- He believes that no man can recent storm and their loved ones. FURNISHED APARTMENT with Mrs. Miriam Piodela, pianist; Crisp new SCHOOL DRESSES

Veterans who have been located Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perez meritt said today that temporary know Hamilton without being a His subject will be appropriateto Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson Charles Curry Jack Baker, saxophones I I beautiful in fast color prints and in
have been made to Alli- the occasion and there will be 1001 Eaton street., Phone Joe patterns are offered
here, their < they were attached, and the residence the Steamship Cuba returning to- gator Relief lighthouse and the American citizen for: "Hamilton a special musical program, it is 879-J. septl-lmox Catala, drums. I prices. '

of nearest relatives follow: day from Tampa after a vacation light is functioning. An acety- believed in the Constitution; of .stated.WELLS'. Their repertoire includes the Closing out Printed Flaxons,

Claude W. Brown, 44, No.3, with relatives. lene flashing apparatus has been the United States, in indissoluble* I EUNGALOW FOR RENTModern latest musical hits and anyone desiring -!i,, in all fast colors.
Cincinnati installed. dAfter union in unselfish public service, STAND conveniences and garages. the services are asked to New line Colored Prints for
John J. Gillis, 38 No. 1, Pittsburgh i! Mrs. George Gomez; ;; and baby, delivering the supplies to and in the integrity of the Re- Apply Valdes Bakery. call at 907 Division street and School Dresses, Monday, per
_.. ... .
Lower Matecumbe and aug8-lmo with Joe Catala. yard __ -. __ ._ lie
; who were visiting Mrs. Cornea'sparents attending publican party"SelfEdvcat.d i arrange Printed Chiffon Voile,
Walter Trafka, 36, No. 1, Glen- in Fort Lauderdale returned to matters at Alligator Reef following HAS OYSTERS ROOMSTHE yard, closing oat Monday -

"da>e. Calif.; today by P. and O. boat a broadcast by radiophoneof His cronies say he started The department of agriculturesays I at per yard ...._ 25c

Maurice F. Hogan, 43,. No. 5, from Tampa. casualties, the Ivy bailed for thinking while still a kid. MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled the tent caterpillar rarely Appelrouth. who for the

Hornell, N. T.; I Miami where buoys are being re- His acquaintance with words With the opening of the oyster in price and location, causes! permanent injury to plants.' past several weeks has been at
placed and other effects of the while writing news Forty farmers have applied for Eastern Markets making Fal
Tony Laninski. 42, No. 5, Newark Anthony Cruz arrived this afternoon -i was begun season this month Wells' Lunch running water. 128 N. E. 4th
N. J.; from Tampa where he had storm are being corrected. Re- stories out of the Grand Rapids, erosion control work on 1.700 purchases, is now in Miami and
Room, 900 Southard street, has street, Miami Fla. ang26-lmox: will in the
arrive future
G. E. Africa, 34, No. 5, Knoxville been for several weeks with rel- turning to Key West the vessel Mich., city halL today received the first shipmentof acres of land in Asheville, N. C. with BRAND: NEW near FALL I

Tenn.; atives. will bring as many marooned Key He's a self-educated man to a oysters. PIANO TUNING MERCHANDISE

Frank Harrod, 46, No. 5, Jack- Westers' families of employes, large extent. The only schoolinghe These oysters are nice large se- PALACERichard

sonville; Mrs. George W. Reynolds and from Miami as can be accom- ever had was a high school lect Baltimore oysters. PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo THESTOREOFFASfflON
B. D. Higgs, 42, No. 3, Charlotte )frs. Jackson Golden, who were in modated. education and one year at the reno. Excellent piano for sain Arlen-Virginia.

N. C.; Miami for a short visit and were Tender Poppy is now making University of Michigan law school. laughs heartily seldom. His voiceis cheap. 1018 Division street. -in-
Thorn Tiller 39 No. 3 Wash repairs along the intracoastal Nevertheless he after his LET 'EM HAVE IT
*} prevented from returning by the waterway can put one of the best in the senate. aug26lmoxFOR City'. Leadiag Ladic.1 Store
ington. D. C.; storm, came in on the Cuba from where several of the elec- name "M.A." and "LL.D/ It can be heard beyond the galleries Also Comedy

Robert Oswald, 42, No. 1, Char- Tampa today. tric lights in the system, were destroyed honorary degrees.At out into the corridors. lie SALE Matiiyee: 10-lSc; Nights 1525cPEARLMAN'S I I. APPELROUTH

lottee, N. C.; and others extinguished.At 22 he was editor and pub- hates to be interrupted while I

Ed. C. Ritchie, 40, No. 3, Beverly Miss Annabelle Lewin, daughter Cedar Keys; the Tender lisher of the newspaper with speaking-lets it be known often.In ,TYPEWRITING PAPER 600

Mass.; of Mr.\ and Mrs. Roy Lewin, Poinciana is replacing the many I which he started as copy boy. debate he is vehement and sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.

J. F. Morris, 40, No.1, Lex- I who was taking a course at the buoys which were driven from Twenty-eight years later he was sarcastic but always polite. To I augT

ington. Va.; I University of Tampa, arrived on position by the winds and watersin in the United States senate sitting hear him and his political enemy Inc.
George Dryhead. 45, No. 3, i the Cuba from Tampa today. that section. where the man who gave him his but friend-Pat I SECOND SHEETS-600 for 50c. ,
personal Harrisonof x
Reading Pa. I Along the 500 miles of Florida first big job had sat. Mississippi-lock horns, as they I The Artman Press. aug7 SAYS NOW IS THE TIME .!I 1M

Mrs. Ray Navarro ,and t .sister, coast servey by the Seventh District Politely SarcasticHe do frequently, is a forensic treat. TO BECOME SCHOOL

TUG RELIEF TOASSIST Miss Marietta Silviera who were said Mr. Demeritt, all aids is a striking figure on the Nice Extra Large Select CONSCIOUSWe
visiting with friends in Jackson to navigation, with few exceptions floor of the senate. Tall, hand- have a capacity stock of I

ville, returned early this morningon suffered in some way from some, his black hair is grayingfast FOR YOUR PARTIES Baltimore Oysters School Wearing Apparel for M n. GEORGE P,
VESSELWARBLER the Cutter Carabasset from the elements. and his head is almost bald. AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS your Boys and Girls. Don't WASHINGTON,
Miami. He wears big black spectacles -S.- Just Received atWELLS' fail to look our stock over be- I sa( )a..m.s5ar.r..rr
fore buying elsewhere. We ... g,...
PLAN DANCE AT which he puts on and off incessantly JOE CATALA AND HIS LUNCH HOO'M are running a SPECIAL SALEon .n..s..5. ...4 d .
STILL WORKINGON Captain Robert McKean, of the while talking. ORCHESTRA 900 Southard St. Phone 207-W these items SATURDAYand .-.. -........
United States Coast Guard serv- He smiles a great deal, but MONDAY. GAIAGI--.._

SALVAGING STEAMER ice, master of the Cutter Saukee, HABANAMADRIDHabanaMadrid REASONABLE RATES SCHOOL SHOESA tATES.-szf0..d--...
arrived morning on
DIXIE BENJAMIN LOPEZ most complete assortment of
ter Carabasset having been taken FUNERAL HOME MONROE THEATER -- School Shoes for Boys and I MAYFLOWER
off the Saukee while the Cara- Club will sponsor WAVES Girls including the all leather It t too Sm....t
basset was en route to Key West a big dance tonight at the Serving- Key West SHIRLEY TEMPLE in Two PermanentseD500 Sun-Dial line from .... 5.5-i fi...

Porter Dock Company has been with maiL clubhouse starting at the usual Half Century CURLY TOP [ for .......,...__ $1.00, $1.25 $1-50 $1.98 up 'N'uI I .r i..s .- ..
advised that the Wrecking Tug hour. .- 24 Hour Ajnbnlanee Service Saturday and SundayONLY I. Better Waves $5.00 and op Ladies' and Growing Girls' Ox-
Warbler, is still at work salvaging fords- just ideal for the ,
the Steamship Dixie, of the George F. Archer, who was Music for the event will be fur- Licensed EmbalmerPLoao ___ u U Matinee Balcony lOc Orchestra i MRS. MILLER High School Miss ..._......... p 1M urES. s2m s.,
Dished 135 Night 59&-" ;
visiting with his son and daugh- ,by; the Habana-Madrid Or- .
Southern Pacific R. U. Lines. No 15-20c Nights I5-2Sc I .Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574JHOLTSBERG'S $1.50, $1.75. $1.98 up
ter-in-law, Mr. and MVs. Benjamin chestra.SPECIALS. } ;
Boys': Shirts and Pants SOc up FLAGLERm
report to was re-
progress Archer at Homestead returnedthis I Boys Long Pants large variety Rairn..1

ceived. morning via Tampa. Mrs. .....c----- .. .. $1.00 and SIRS
The company is: also in re- Archer, their daughter Mrs Neil Girls' School Dresses .. ..-..*.

ceipt of advices that the Tug Knoules and baby who are at D. ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT j ............ SOc, 79c and $1.OOChildren's p ..rrrlA6I...
Relief is coming to assist the I Middies 59e and 79c Iw+eirRAIES..nm
Homestead, will return later. -
Danish Steamship Leise Maerck, -AT- Monday Sale SPECIAL SALE ON DRESS ad-.
aground on Alligator Reef, and STORE c GOODS I

will arrive Sunday. The vessel is KINDERGARTENWILL THE REMNANTS including Dainty patterns of Fast Color :

loaded with 12,000 drums of HUB STORE of SCHOOL four and five yard 20c Prints, at .... ... ..-.... 12c I r
Special shipment
New shipment of 25c Flaxons i

Deisel oiLSPECIAL \ OPEN HEREMrs. LADIES' DRESSES close out SHOES arrived this week to dress lengths.New and Voiles at _..__._---.... 15e I ..4.'iaa.,
sell at reduced prices for Satur School Prints at yd. ISc Chiffon Broadcloth Plaids and j -.1+"- s++a a t

SERMON S1.49 AND $1.98 day. All Shoes of the best (See Window) Prints, ideal for the young ,
school miss dress ........ 2Sc .r !t
N. P. Nelson, 727 Love quality leather and as usual New shipment of Boys Shirts Closing out 35c and 40c Cor- I I

Lane, will her kindergarten SHEETS, 81x90, no seam sold with our guarantee. We all sizes and colors, at delta at .... ....... 25c J
SUNDAY EVENINGLast reopen starch ___ special ,
no 88 each _._____..___unn. SOc
school on Monday September scalloped ...,..-..-..>... C have a Shoe to fit every Child, Boys' and Girls' School Shoes ON SALE MONDAY Tie GEORGE WASHINGTON

I 9.School. Miss Boy and Youth at prices from .____........._ $1-00 up 8:30 a. m. SOO (....will' ..... (ill SkOr .....
rooms and facilities PILLOW CASES, scallopedto ft See Window Display) --l..*_ ......_...._ _
Sunday evening Rev. J. B. match ( Fast Color Prints Voiles, .ml-.edm. ...-...-.....
Culpepper, Jr., preached on"Hell" have been greatly improved for Sheets _.._____ 25c from$1.00 Sale on School Sox, at per :ZFIaxons at per yard ...... lOc RAZES SJ.Go and. ... GMAGEim.a..c
: the coming term Mrs. Nelson announces mm Is Your Motor pair _...,..?......._ n..m.. 10e .
Some said before and no LADIES f.JI: .I.:4..J: :.!:.I '.o. I ICIII".I'.I'IIIII.I"
SUMMER SHOES, Close out on Summer
doubt after. "I do nut believe in :5 tables to close ft ft ol.9o AND "$J>tJ.OU Flaxons Dimity, and pon-

Hell". Just a few hours after the Air-conditioning has made substantial i out pair ..._..__.. $1. Enjoying I gee Prints, at per yard 20
talk, people close to us, indeed
in Toronto
saw "Hell" in an awful storm, he
and other Canadian cities $1 49
states., SHOES.; f\air ...n'" AND SHIRTS AT. REDUCED Good Health? I SPECIALSFall
the last
during year according to
Sunday night Rev. Culpeppcr reports to the department of com HOUSE DRESSES fast colors PRICES. goods direct from New
York fashion centers are ar- Wait Until After The Accident
will follow this message with one merce. regular $1.00, The finest machine ever riving. See window display. e

on the Judgement. When will the only nm...__._. .__.._... HOC First.showing of-Lad.aqdMisses' created 'the human body ,re-

Judgement be, where will it be, Subscribe: to The Citizen. Shoes at- quires tuning up occasionallyor o S To Repair YourBRAKES
and who will be the judge? Theseare CHILDREN'S SCHOOL 50c it I S
a few of the questions that! DRESSES ............._... $1.98 $2.98 weezen, quickly wobbly deteriorates thing. intoa Hard on Hose TryMayor's

will be answered. i j KEY WESTCOLONIAL ALL OUR BETTER DRESSES Why then should expect I FIT-ALL-TOP.
We city should arrange ; to at $ OU I Do your Hose 'pop' at
as a tot HOTEL fro -- AND >O. your motor ear to maintain its
attend church services Sunday,. $4.97 $6.97 efficiency without periodically the top at embarrassing

trying to show God our appreciation -: In the Center of the Business AND I Fall Dresses and Hats arriving overhauling? momenta? Protect ,"our- Tested Adjusted and Relined
of his goodness! to us, while! "FIT-
and Theater District CURTAINS, all colors, daily at POPULAR We're expert in every phase self by wearing by Experts
others close around are suffering -] I set ........ ...-._......... 43c I PRICES. of the automobile repairs from AUTOP"-made with a
states. Rev. Culpepper. First i QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
I CIa.Ftr.prf- PEPERELL body to engine to chassis. flexible top that 'gives'IAH

Sentihle Rate : SHEETS .. .. 95c Another shipment of weights are clear
Apple and in New .4 15c
pear growers Fast Color Prints, yd. Colonial Service Station i "MIR-0-KLEER." Trevor & Morns
Zealand are endeavoring to develop COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI RATON BEDSPREADS. Cl'115 0 S

a market for their products! 81x105'' 40 inch Heavy Slip Clarence Crusoe, Prop. I Sold at Ho tsberg'. $1 Aft ,

in the United 5oG .... ...... .
States 20,000 cases Garage Elevator BETTER SPREADS Satin all shades, yd. PHONE 397 I at per pair Oldest Continuous FORD Dealer"III"I.lII.lIIII..iIT.4T
being shipped, to this country in1 1 C | 98 e
the current season. I Popular Price all colors __....., DJ.. i l I II I


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