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 9, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
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v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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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.
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"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
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Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Associated Service.Preu Dt r Wlr tICb 0- 1&., W esit (Citizen t most Key West equable Florida weather, his in- the the

For 65 Years Devoted to the _.__ I country; with an average

Beat Interests of Key West range of snip 14* Fahrenheit

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Republicans SeenMeeting As Delaying HASKINS TELLS Huey Long Rallies From Right And Left Wings Of Republicans '


To 4 t Obtain "Breaks" Serious. Abdominal WoundNO Are Now Apparently Reviving Old Feud .

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G. 0. P. Contingent On EDWARD DOHENY -



ON 'i Shot Louisiana Senator Discussed In General
Offered ,. FLORIDA KEYS UPPER KEYS Was Slain By Official's 3 CASES HEARDTWO Way Dealing With Corning ,

Body Guards Election In 1936

DEQEA3ED HAD FIGURED Henry Haskins, assistant: : super DR. CALEY, CITY HEALTH OF- 4

fty AsMf-laird Press) was FICER MAKES STATEMENT COT Associated
on the Tender Ivy making an inspection RELATIVE TO SITUATION IN ROUGE, Sept. 9.
of how tho Republican arc MINISTRATION -Senator RECESSES UNTIL NEXT DUTIES IN CHANCE MADE Frrnm 'Waablna'tonlTho i
of aids to '
navigation on STORM-S 1 tUCK AREA Huey P. Long, aaaaimoas disposition in

planning to wait and take advantage the I MONDAY MORNING YESTERDAY
Florida target of
Reef and took partin assassination at- political circle !I. to regard tho

of eke "break" in the presidential By As* rlatrd Press) the activities There are no signs of an epi-
on thy keys tempt rallied
today from contest for .
west }
a 7ear. Rep.Iica. *
LOS Calif. 9. demic the Florida and
ANGELES Sept. on Keys Three of I
campaign of 36 is to be .1{ pleas guilty were W. II. Green, Florida ERA ad
turned on the tender 11 o'clock serious
there abdominal
be as
to wound presidential
no possibility nomination
heard at the a*
-Edward 1.. Doheny 79, died session of criminal.: ministrator at Miami has been

had in the way they are thinking here last night. of such. This statement was his law makers decided to I'.court of record this morning placed in charge of all FERA wholly Basettled, although a_.
today. I
made to The Citizen' by Dr. H. C.
about their nominating coavea.tioa Other [which convened for the Septem- work in the hurricane-stricken
passengers! returning proceed
on with the of
Galey city health officer, legislative current party opinion recently
With Rockefeller Sinclair'odd ber session at o'clock area on the Florida
tnV \ender 10 with' Keys. The
next: were Leroy Sawyer, through A. J. Ayala sales mana- i
year. other, Doheny was one of America department boatbuilder Mrs. ger of the Key West Electric company program laid down by the Judge J. Vining Harris, presiding,! Change was effective yesterday have clarified tL* *it.a.

\ For the first time in 40 Years, ** storied oil baron, aDd"1 he Sawyer and son; W. G. Miller, who returned from that section Louisiana "dictator"* at the'I land, all court officers present. 1 1I tt ttI and Hyning was, State made ERA by administrator.Conrad Van lion to a limited degree.

:if the leader have their Mrs..' Ramon Rivas and two yesterday I I Tony Glaser who had been in- I
was well past 60 when the w
way the Republican national convention scandals of President' Harding'administration ; boys, members of families of em- ice on the keys since last Wed- the ,I'I jail for 20 days following his arrest >!( on the Keys this morning and i
ployes. nesday, is in complete touch with state legislature. > on a charge of assault and' take over the activities of the that the old fend between tho
in 1936 will be held after ce.tered..roa..d '1 I battery pleaded guilty and wan t"FERA, including
Haskins said that one of the every phase of conditions and sent A hospital bulletin said equipment rec- right and left wing of Republicanism
the of which he unaccountable sentenced to 20 days in jail dat- ords and contracts in connection
group wa a member actions of the hurricane his cheerful message to Key West- I
that the
of Democrat. aad his carried was manifested on the reef ers who have members of their. Long: gained strength following -1|I I Ing from the day of his arrest. with the bridge work. I. i* reviving.' That alone i Uimportant
name was to ,
For some reason, which they and is almost unbelievable. families working on the keys in 'I I' Mario\ Delgado'entered a plea Meanwhile, work continued under -, f
transfusion'necessitated ..
themselves can't explain Republicans a weeping position of attention Tennessee Reef light, which is various capacities. a blood ,: of guilty to a charge of embezzling -! the direction of M. E. Gilfond, it a direct 1
11 miles southwest of Alligator of the bodies : $4. Judge Harris sen-'j district WPA and FERA
have been in the habit since before the American people. are being by the bullet i administrator bearing on any calculation a* to
light, was apparently untouchedby cremated, advised the doctor's ,tenced the offender to 39 days!i here in the removal of
1896 of holding their big quad- The government charged that wind and wave. The light was message nad this action will eradi- wound inflicted by Dr. C. A.'':dating from the day of arrest,! bodies. Supplies of various sorts 1936 candidacies.

rennial show ahead of their rivals. Secret."ty Fall leased to Dohenythe not extinguished. The same condition cate any probable epidemic which |just 39 days ago and bid the of-!'! *ere being sent as requested by I
Weiss for the revival
Even in the years the Democratswere Elk Hills naval oil reserve in. was shown at Molasses Reef may have been in its incipiency Jr., 34-year-old eye,, render go and refrain from breaking -! Mr. Gilfond over the week-end. I causes are

in command of the govern- California, because of the alleged light 17 miles northeast of Al- before this method of disposal of. specialist, who was slain by j;' the law in future. j[t Fishermen and other boat owners several. One is the i iattnri.e activity j
I ligator light. the remains of sufferers was' I Woodrow Sands colored wa. have volunteered their boats
ment this has been true. bribe. Twice the level eyes of thi In between these lights, separated adopted, it is said.REQUEST the senator's body guards. charged with appropriating materials aird have been utilized since first I I of the conservative leaders -

The habit started back in 1860. I gray-haired oil millionaire stared by 28 miles Alligator suffered belonging to the estate of''I plans were made for caring for who i
While are organizing on a wide
They met in May of that year at a jury deciding whether he approximately $10.000 dam. an optimistic re his! deceased father and disposingof !I those in distress on Lower Mate- 4

and nominated Abraham Lincoln. was criminally culpabTo. Both ages.. Every glass in the lanternwas REPORTSIN I port came from Long's phy. them. lie pleaded guilty and)I I Gumbo and for removing the front to insure an owt-aad-ont '

The Union Democrats didn't meet times he heard the words "not broken and the heavy "first I I upon a plea of guilty the court bodies.
until a month later when they I Cuilty." order" lens was completely de- STORM LOSSES i sicians, this city was swarming -]'fixed sentence to cover the period!I! Dr. II. C. Galey and Robert party avoidance of any ___

nominated Lan- molished. the offender had been in prison,I II '' Spottswood atilt .
Stephen Douglas. with and 'I are on the Keys sipn to radteaHtm. Naturally
coin won, despite the fact that I First: he was tried for conspiracy : Balconies were washed away:I state police _which is 40 days to date. 1{ and have been for a large part of ,

*" -V Buchanan a Democrat, was Presi to defraud the govern boats swept from the davits and'] 'civilian officers. I Judge Harris drew two venires!j'the past week. Sheriff Karl I 1 I there is a reaction amotg the ieft-

dent. ment. He was in hu seventy- the entire illuminating apparatus i ALL PERSONS AFFECTEDARE I of jurors from the box. A reg- I Thompson returned to Lower

First Since 1896 fourth year when he was acquitedof iIIt? out of commission. I I I ADVISED TO REPORT .I At New Orleans 200 _a- ular venire of 18 names and a spe-||' Mateeumb yesterday morning aft-1 rwingers.'i

In 1888, when Grover Cleveland the bribery eount ni 1930 six The power boat from the light!, tional cial venire of 18 names. J ier i I being here Saturday night In its present stakw, tfeb ...-
guardsmen stood
won his second nomination 1 years after indictment. was discovered on the railroad I!I TO.FERA OFFICE i I Regular Venire: Eddie Albury. : The National Guar undo

aa tot'-!"idate.- ,_In' the-jrears of civil: litigation right-of-way.between Upper*".and I|I _- ..:.-..:... .-. j jI I ready to speed here -by, Sr.. Joseph Tift, Willard A-Al-!'command of Major?W AI ..!.fJOJ.1.f! !...irptr.iffiTrtany _--
Republicans waited out the Demo- over IBe'ofnases;all had been Lower Matecumbe and- was i I '- i !bury Henry Johnson Peter Mat-I!|.I bury '#j expected to return to for analysing what may happen '

t):rats. They met on June 19, the cancelled by court order. Doheny brought to Key West to be re-! All persons having property;motor truck on short notice. covitch Clarence Key, JeffersonSawyer I j Key West today. as to candidates.

}?mocrats on June 6. Benjamin I pnce made the statement that paired. on the Keys or in Key West which: Ramon Torres Albert Thirteen veterans who were Hoover vs. Borah
/ Harrison was elected. I these cancellations cost him $21- Tug Warbler is working at sal- was damaged by last week's storm i TAKES TURN ,Gandolfo Emerson L. Archer,; here during the storm, having t s,

-*,/ Came four years later, 1892.,000,000. vaging the Steamship Dixie, but should report their losses imme, FOR Harold E. Russell, Joseph Jay-'| failed to leave Sunday on the Considering the two sections

The Democrats waited. On June*! He never wavered from his as- what progress is being made. Mr.. diately to the social service department WORSE I cocks, Eddie Finder, Benjamin! train are still in Key West, be- of the party separately, for the

7 the Republicans renominated1Harrison ;, section! that the $100,000 was advanced Haskins" could: not say. The Danish of the Florida ERA located ; BATON ROUGE, Sept. 9., Saunders, Henry Bush Robert E.' ing housed voluntarily by the moment it is quite apparent thatso

I and on June 21 the' to Fall al aj loan to an old Steamer Leise Maersk, said the in the Marine Barracks! at. Knowles, Paul F. Lightbourn Antonio -1 Oversea Hotel. Smokes have been far the conservatives
L Democrats gave Cleveland his friend-a mortgage loan on. Fall'sI : assistant superintendent is on the i the Naval Station. -Although physicians decline -, Fernandez. }I'provided them by the American as are
I western ranch properties. I inside,'of the reef in Haw! Chan concerned they are sure to try
third nomination. Cleveland wo n.!I Forms have been received for Special Venire: Benjamin F.' Legion and Auxiliary and food
In 1896 the Republicans se-! Recently it was rumored that;1 nel. The vessei'8 load water line showing all losses, either personal to comment it was Roberts, Eddie C. Thompson,' and clothing have been provided I to capture the nominati
lected in a convention which began -1 Doheny had foreclosed on Fail shows 23 feet and there is but nine i j or property and it is essential : learned reliably that Senator .I'Cleveland Niles, Charles R. Williams -'' by the 'Florida ERA. The recreation Many of the conservative lead-

on June 16, William McKin- ranch properties, but the former I feet of water where she is strand I I i that this information be provided.. i Fabio Olivieri. Alfred i i j department of the local Adi ers feel strongly, however, that if

ley. The Democrats waited until'' secretary of the interior deniedthe I ed. !I disaster-headquarters in Miami at I, Long took a turn for Knowles, Harold Albury, John pi i' ministration has turned over Sunny the is to .
platform appeal especially -
statement and reiterated the, The Tender I.;' left early Urn! 'nee Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson; lof I its facilities their Lit-
the week of July 7 to nominate : the around I Baldwin Eugene Fabal, Frank\ for use.
Bryan. McKinley won and since friendship existing between them morning for Cape Romano and the I director of social service emphasized >; worse noon 1 Guerro. Thomas A. Johnson Bat! tie Lila Gomez and her sister, to the east, the nominee

Republicans invariably have as-i I was undiminished. I nest coast of Florida tot carry out this morning. He was reported as pass-;rell Atchison. I Dorothy, yesterday felt a desireto must be someone residing in the

sembled first-even! in 1916 and t program of buoy work. I Persons should call at the social : ing blood with increased It was announced from, the do something for the veterans west or mid-west. That is a simple -
I : service department at once bench that these venires 'land went out in their own neighborhood -
1920-when there were demojcratic BODY OF GROOMS'DAUGHTER i are returnable principle of practical strategyto
pulse and second ,
and make a> complete report. A a Iran.n 9:30 o'clock Monday gathering contributions.
Presidents in the White SHERIFF CAME
I which former President Hoover
House. effort is being made to establish fusion was considered. I morning September 16, and a recess In the middle of the day they surprised I

And, the records show that FOUND definitely the extent of the losses was ordered until that time. the ve tern as with many I among others & said authoritatively -
Callers his '
most of the time they have won. SATURDAY on the Keys as far as propertyand at room packages of cigarettes, purchasedwith to subscribe.

It Has Advantages personal losses are concerned away with grave faces, and; ftie collected money. Of the men who are, or have ,
and for this it irf SURVIVING VETS,1..j.j Fingerprint due : a
experts been in
Republican leaders, however,, ALTHOUGH FURTHER.ID.t TI. reason essen general felt in I were public office and who ean
tial that the forms be filled concern was Miami to establish .
out. .
; I today from meet qualification, Mr. Hoover -
are not permitting their previous RETURNS TO KEY SECTION
good luck to influence their plans FICATION IS TO BE The social service department, I the hospital over his condi EXPRESS THANKS 1 j definitely the identity of the veterans himself stands oat' most con

for 1936. They have a hard fight \ AFTER: SHORT STAY INuxr Mrs. Johnson said, wants all per: tion. I Io i r here, anti also to make a ;spicuously.! If no longer is doubted
MADE a sons who reside on the Keys but thorough search_ of the island for I that a great deal of this
before them and are 'anxious to .
seize ,I.I KEY WEST are at present in Key West t Later the senator was* ,<'vJy additional ones. strength will center about him.
every advantage possible.A \ report also in order that 11| com APPRECIATE HOSPITALITY OF .The veterans are scheduled tot I As for the liberal wing there
convention date after the given second blood trans
O. A. director of the -' of their whereabouts a t taken J.
Sandquist plete report >e to Camp Clifford R. I remains much doubt whether it
Democrats IN KEY
next year undoubtedly Works Progress Administration'i in I Sheriff K. O. Thompson, who t can be made. fusion. PEOPLE Foster near Jacksonville where a actually will enter a candidate or
would have its for !
them. advantages Miami is of the opinion that the ,has been actively engaged in various I I -- ---. WEST -r f transient came is located when will resign itself to scattering
body of Mrs. Rosalind Grooms duties on the Florida Keys 1 the fingerprnit men halve( completed convention votes for favoritesons
In the first place the Democratic Palmer hate been found and wired arrived \ I their work. The veteransare it has done often in thee
since the hurricane FLORIDA ARRIVES IN PORT VESSEL as to
platform for 36 may be a the father B. L. Grooms to this afternoon for a ; to be taken via Tampa to th past.
highly significant document. Anti- plane Saturday The thirteen veterans who have

New Deal Democrats may sue effect.Lieutenant: Win. Klaus, U. S. N..I brief visit. LEAVING AT MIDNIGHT FOR MIAMI TO teen in Key West during the past also up-state used transient by the 124th camp Infantry which is candidate If it does have indication one outstanding
ceed in writing in planks or i in in charge of the communication The sheriff said that week, having failed to leave a Florida National Guard a every : DeW
the in that section were even worse week ago Sundty for the camps on as is that it will be Senator Borah.
keeping out of tremendously
important platform issues. Ad service at the naval !!station asked on than described in press articles BEGIN MIAMI-KEY WEST-HAVANA RUN the Florida Keys whereby they training ground during the sum. Should be decide to run, it is conceded -
request of Mr. Grooms has mer.
vance knowledge on the subject I but that the work of clearing away escaped the storm, wish to extend j he will be a powerful factor -
be from Fort
that plane sent
would be to the the wreckage and disposing of the I thanks through The Citizen of") to reckon with. Should he decline -
highly acceptable -
Lauderdale to Key West to take, \
Republicans.A bodies is progressing satisfac their hearty appreciation for the j: ARMY IN NEED the prospect that there will
Dr. Armando Oobo up for further After a successful summer season captain at New York, and Mrs.
courtesies and hospitality of the be outstanding liberal candidate -
later convention also would I identification. torily. schedule between New York I any
enable the Republicans to makean Before leaving on a speed boat a*.d Portland, Maine the S. S.I Mulholland.A. people of Key West. o I! is extremely uncertain
yesterday for the Lower Mate- R. Miller, superintendent; of They especially: mention the Va..aberC'1 St.taIf
official answer to and an attack Florida of the P. and O. S. S. ;
upon the administration as HEARING OF RIVAS cumbe section Mr. Thompson said company arrived in port and docked 'the P. and O. S. S. company and following citizens, organizations either wing of .the partydominates ,}
the keynote of their campaign.And that just as he was about to en- at 7:11 o'clock this monitor. Mrs. Miller; Mrs. Russell, wife of and business places: and it develop that i 1

to be able to do so amid the CASE DEFERRED ter the plane to come to Key Officer .and passengers of the Chief Engineer Gnilreytno Russell I American Legion Ladies Auxiliary ISSUE CALL FOR TWENTY- there most be a compromise 1

enthusiasm of the convention assembled West the torch was applied to vessel report a delightful trip and family; Mrs. Charles Hil: E. C. dyne, manager of many believe there will be-three
Oversea and wife FIVE TO JOIN EIGHTH
Hotel FERA
is of first. importance. the funeral pyre. He did not say south and ideal condition, the ton Mrs. Waldo Johnson Mrs i ; alternatives must be CORI 4ered.

how many bodies were in the ran being made from New York Leonard Sands, wives of engineers I officials, Lila Gomez Dorothy INFANTRY The convention: could pick: a
Gomez Electric Kitchen and Columbia
The hearing of Everett' Rivas pyre. to Key Welt in approximately 67 ff the Florida.Captain I man who has been eloo to the

CHANGE DATE suspended!!' captain of police whichwas hoar Wellington M. White, Steam Laundry.ARRANGING problems of Washington, and has
1 I
scheduled to be held tonight, NEWS REEL OF The S. S. Florida will be given of the P. and O. S. S. company The United States Army recruiting an intimate knowledge of them

MELODY HOUR bas been postponed.This .applies while necessary work John Key P. and O. port steward, FOR i I station sit Jacksonville, but whose! record never has tied

I. was brought about due toa S. S. DIXIE t and other details are being doa.r.d' and Mrs. Key; Mrs.J. B. Sullhrsn, Fku, is sending out a call for him irrevocably with either wing.

I II telegram received today from is expected to leave about and family Mrs. Notman Chaplin I twenty-five recruits for the In this subdivision, Senator Van-
I Mayor Wm. H. Malone in Miami __"- and arrive i ia Miami tomorrow ; Mrs E. J. Hansen wife of P.-T. A. MEETING' Eighth Infantry at Fort Moaltrie, denberg of SCebigan i is today the
In view of the recent tragedyon i requesting the hearing bee
posty morning &nJ gotten Im Purser Hansen Eastern S. S. Co.; South Carolina according to announcement moat widely-mentioned.
the Florida Keys, and also th : poned until his returned to readiness for would be to
FLORIDA: KEYSHURRICANE the mn between Miami :Miss Josephine Sullivan stewardess made by Sergeant J. Another approach
fact that many of the unfortunate; 1Vest.t Key \Vfest"' and Havana. P. and O. company. The first P.-T. A. meeting of J. Connelly at Jacksonville. Fort choose s man experienced in poli-

hurricane victims have not ye Among the passengers arrivingon Mrs. Herman esson, wife of the Division Street School for the MouKrie is Dear Charleston. tical leadership and public office

been interred the tenth Key West i NOTICE the vessel were: I Engineer Kesson of the P. and O. school term of 1935-26 win be Interested applicants are requested but involved only) remotely with
Melody I !Hour will be given Will Be Shown and
not Wednesday Mrs. W. L Hammond wife of company and son; Miss Anne Duncan held Sept. 17 at J o'clock aeco'd-I I to write er apply in per the issues which have been agitating
this week but the last Thu rsUntil further notice office
on consultation Thursday at Captain Hammond, of the Eastern and brother. Bob. children of ing to announcement'made toda y. son at the United States Army: Washington. Among: the available -
day in' September. Commodorevon will be by special ap i Steamship company, which had the' Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Duncan; Mrs In the future all meetings wii'te Recruiting Station Room 25e t. of this class, increasing
T-Iietk-Liuba, H. D. W., a pointment only. Call 700-J.( MONROE
THEATER Steamer Florida under charter Manuel Miss Cale mention is heard of Governor
;t Iglesias, Emily ; held the Tint Tuesday in th : Post Office building Jacksonville
nounced today. 1 J. Y. PORTER JR. I Captain Thomas Mnlbolland port. and Mr. and Mrs. Grindle. month it is rtated. FU-, it is stated. I Laadon of Kansas.



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I ep tst =tttm ZERO IN ACCURACY I Cheerio'! i f .

Published Dally Except Sunday By ii I .
THE- CITIZEN. P. ARTMAK.PCBLISHIS6 Preslieat CO, IXC.L. Describing/a/ .celebration held. at the i

JOB.&LLEN.A..ta.B..iaeaa.IaaACft close of the Spanish-American.Wart a recent _
From Tbe Citizen Building r 1T' IN TNF. NFWS T qYOLJNtS T..r.rat.r.s Florida: Generally fair tonigt;
Greene Ann .street writer in a Philadelphia .881
Comer and newspapersaid 3CiFMT15T.HE'S 1 Highest ............._.__ Tuesday local showers.
Only Daily: Newspaper In Key west-and Monroe : BRINGING 'FM ALINEAFTEQ ]Lowest ...._.._.. Jacksonville to Florida Straits
County. "Among those who caused the crowdsto 7HEY YF SEEK ]Mean ._._.._
red matter
)' West. Florida as ccond etaas and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate .-
F1F -SlXTH TEAR go wild were Lieutenant Richmond P. 'FROZEN SOLID Normal -Mean .._ .-.74\\
east to south wwds sad
healer .f vtk A _iate4Th a-r-a r rI
Associated Press Is* exclusively entitled to use Hobson, who bottled up the Spanish war- l5 1 partly overcast weather tonight
for rrEuUS atloa of all new dlspetch* ,credited to ships in Havana harbor by sinking the Yesterday's Precipitation- Ins. and Tuesday with scattered -showers -
it ar; not otherwise credited .JUia paper.and..lso :Normal Precipitation ..._ ..24Ins.. .
the local new published her. Merrimac of Civil War fame there* s .. I -T.I. versed ....e... a.c "" over extreme-north p.ert o.

'MIIOIAltIfIORIAU I ) The facts are.that Hobson did not bottle /. E R {( d. t 1.. radiBK Tomorrow's m ft .'elock;.Almanac thls-.BMMWtBs'I WEATHER.CONDITiONSi.Pressureis:

iiid ASSOCIATION I 1933sBsCR1PT1oN up the Spanish fleet; the incident re- F. k r k, f I II Sun rises _._,.. 6:11 IlL low this

ferred to, occurred in Santiago harbor, not Sun sets .u_.". 6: 7.p. m.I .mod.atel
the I lower Rio
morning from
On. Tear __._; __ RATES $11.10 Havana harbor, and .the Merrimac\ was not Moon rises ...- .. 5:01 p. m.1 Grande Valley northeastward
z -- -- ..._._. :
.. : = ==::: S.OO: Moon sets 3:37 a. ra.:;
Six Months --- -- the ship of that name which fought the over the lower Lake region and

One Ykre Month. .___. ._. ..._. ___ __. alt.85 I.I.JoI Tomorrow: -.-TUU, Rorth..At #tie S1&tear-Broviile.\
u Monitor the Civil War.
Weekly- '__ m__. _________. ._..__.. .%0 during ':.:* P.M.; Texas., and Pittsbure,, Pa. 29.82
ADVEB.TISTSQRATES! Thus the. Philadelphia,writer in, the Higlv .-. :: 8:18 inches; while pressure is high over

Made known on SPECIAL application.: ROTIJB: sentence; quoted, attained absolute zero.,iii t, Low ..._..._,.-12:30: 2:07. .l' thecentral and. northern Plains
All reading notices cards of thanks.resolution of f: 4,n t Barometer 8 a. mv todayi- States and Rocky Mountain region -
respect obituary. notices, etc will be charged for at. accuracy.In Y Sea Jev.L;29.98* Denver, CoL 3e..2*,....,
tie rat .of.18 ents a-Iine. ,June, 1898 the main Spanish fleet
Notices entertainments by churches.from which wid relatively high over the Florida
a revenue is to be derived are I& cents a line. ,commanded by Admiral Cervera, lay. in I WEATHERFORECAST' peninsula, Miami 34.inch
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion Showers and thunderstorms
of public issues and subjects .of local or general the harbor of Santiago de.Cuba, blockaded I e;
Interest but it will not publish' anonymous communications. (Till 8 p. mfuesday! ) have been quite general during
by the American fleet under Admiral Key West and Vicniity: Partly the last 24 hours from the Rocky

Sampson. Lieutenant Hobson (now a. retired -] cloudy "tonight and Tuesday, I Mountains eastwap-d being heavyin
northern Texas!!,. Abifenc. 1.58
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEYWESTADVOCATED admiral) obtained permission to at- //LW I' inches. Temperatures eontmae

RY.THE-CITiZEN. tempt'to close the mouth of the harbor by -- t : t I abnormally low throughoutnorthern
sinking. an old navy collier the. Merrimac\ ''e: districts and southward into
the central Plains States, wttk:
1. '"Water and Sewerage. at the entrance. \ I ..(I j I readings near freezing and ,heavy
The attempt was made on June 3: .in r frot in portions of North' Dakota -
2. Bridges complete Roadto Mainland 1Y"'i.
the face of the Spanish shore batteries and I ..
I { i G. S. KENNEDY.
/ the Merrimac was sunk but the ship \\/'i. Officer Charge
rort. I,
S/ >Free ,drifted too far , of the channel, I :111' p'-

4; .Hotels and Apartments.. .and the brave exploit was not, a> success. Partly Cindy 18I SWwar A 50-foot champagne bottle
constructed of red bskk will
5.: Bathing Pavilion. Hobson and his crew,of seven swam.ashore I probably local showers! Tuesday;"house the orId's'first champagne -

6. ?:Airports-.!-Land and Sea. and were held prisoners.until' exchanged gentle to moderate east ,to ,south. inn" at Waebenbein the.
7"':Consolidation of County and, City, about a month later t winds. t Rhine.
Governments The Spanish fleet came out of-- the JL -- --

harbor on the morning of July 3 in a des: : .
% I
perate effort to escape and every: ship "AI I
One cannot get many novel ideas from S
was sunk by the American fleet. n

reading novels. Although Hobson failed to accomplishhis pert arld, Ore orrat _. l I Holders OfAny;; FAre'Advised'To'* Liberty,
purpose that fact does not in the least '

Candidates are not RUNNING'for of.. detract from the heroism displayed by.him --- -- j Loan Bonds'

fice this year; they are merely shuffling and nis little and they deserved all = ._ = .= _ 1 -
crew ..H..H........ ....... H H. U U u u

along.. the nation.plaudits bestowed uppn them by the KEY WEST IN I Today's;; ; .1 I Today's; Horoscope: 1! See, Us With Reference"ToTheNewTreasr 't\

DAYS GONE BY ........................ !
Women's styles are becomit, re- I Anniversaries, I :

troactive, and the fig leaf may becomepopular ITALY CHALLENGES ENGLAND Happening Here Just 10 Year .S...........e.eeeceee.. J i Here we find a person of versatile .
character well suited! for
Ago Today A* Taken From
once more.-
-r The Files Of The Citizen 1721-Edmund Pendleton Virginia i j i social life. Many friends, will be ury Financing .
I lawyer and jurist.
While it is impossible to assess the among!! made and the life will be very
No wonder a hen gets discouraged at the most active patriots before I .
results that will follow the clash between Captain J..J., Maher,.command and during Revolutionary days, successful through pleasant associations .t

times. She never can find things just Italy and Great Britain* one of.the certain ing officer at Key West barracks!,. born in Caroline Co.. Va. Died I with people! who are casually -
where she laid them. has received a communication I in Richmond. Oct. 23, 1803. encountered in the course of
developments is increased strength for the from Washington, asking an es-I ordinary business life. Conserva-j i The First! Nati nal B nk of lf C YiV\ st :
!r British Navy. j.e on the cost of exhuming: {
1788-Eleazor Lord New York tion of the means will bring finan- .
An Ohio man has a- disease which ;
the remains of 451 bodies interred
For years Great Britain attempted to I City merchant banker and author cial success as well.
makes him talk all the time. Perhaps he in the post cemetery and transporting !
maintain its role as "mistress of theseas," them from West remembered' for his notable religious Federal Reserve and of the Federal :
Key to Member of.the'
i .
it .from his wife.
caught Almost
I work, born at Franklin, doubling year'slistfor ) J
but partly relinquished this policy of accepting Pensacola. where they will be re-
Conn. Died June 3, 1871. the same period 446 noticesof Deposit Insurance ''Corporation :
with the United States interred in the national cemetery I 1
equality intention
I to drill oil wells were|
Virtue and the Constitution be at that point-This proposed actionon I
thus world-wide I filed in California during the first
sharing naval .
supremacy.The II
the part of the war department 1823-Joseph Leidy. noted:
old-fashioned but for a more abundantand ;: five months of 1935. t 1
in the Far Philadelphia anatomist and scientist :
Japanese challenge is raid' to be .a preliminary -

happier life stick to.them both. 'East emphasized to British minds the in- toward the abandonment of the !' of his day, torn in Philadel :' -. _. .- ..
barracks and remo' .J of the of- phia.. Died April 30. 1891.
ability of the imperial to hold its 11'11'.llll Tl.I: .

The Key West Citizen knows the position in China or to maintain navy the naval that fices to the Fort department Taylor. \n does the aban event. ......................... ..... ........" ...!..... ...,.. .... ..!..
find of Mussolini\ : 1850-Victor F. Lawson noted
peace .base at Hong Kong. But some consolation don the .assumed,i Chicago ne paper editorpublisher. : : Itp
Ethiopia-Fort Myers NewsPress.Moe that the property will be sold. : f
Lorn in Died
remained when the great base at Singapore -? I Chicago. August
I 19. 192:;. : I. /
Berge Boston catcher speaks was: considered.The What is generally. considereda HOP;: at AX"satefcfc : II
net effect of present Italian conclusive demonstration that .
eight languages, which comes handy in 1865-Edwin II. Lemare,'World- -- ..
the. downtown district- of Key, -
policy is to challenge British control of
famous organist and composer!" of I I t
bawling out the umpire in a tongue hedoesn't West is fast coming into its own .
understand. the Mediterranean, generally consideredthe was a realty transaction that win! Pittsburgh. San: Francis and ".. '.,; .... ..-.; ,...- .: .
lifeline of the empire.No handled today by the Island City Portland. :\Maine born in Eng .. '@ a-J.: .. ...,t. .. ."/10+.
land. Ded! in Los Angeles, Sept. C"!!: ., ";. :,. < sp.. 3
the. English to Realty company< by which T. Jenkins .'. <\" '\A.> # \ -4'
one expects
Key West will become just as fine a Curry and R. E. Gernaey be- 25, 1934. .. 'J- \ -f : ..
'render Gibraltar Malta, Suez or Aden to :" 'r' :: ,7. :- the dreams of ,its citizens vision its fame the owners of one of: the, ,. ...,'.; ., : -'. .
Italy. Consequently, it may be taken for mos:. valuable business sites i in 1868-MLiry Austin. author of '... "z" : ,f' .' .j .
future. Nature's setbacks not deter rJ rt.tS'7: '
are West. They took the Southwest stories, of .. /
Key champion
granted that as soon as the treaty limita- over tIC ifir. ) .!}; 'i'.2': "
rent but ratherimpellent.. Browne property at.Greene and the Indian. novelist, born at Car- ; :;; fll ., -._.,< : .
the British :
tions permit government will Fittpatrick streets on wbieh,is a i t I linvflle, ilL Died .at Santa Fe.; '" '4fll
modernize i its navy w.ith an eye toward two-story brick building. The, con ,, N. M., August 13, .1934. .}_. 5.:' f' .
Have you ever' seen two or three men meeting the challenge in the :Mediter- siIQration.tOlr this.-property whichis i i i _. i : "'..Jr5J. ,5 ''I' ...; :.i:1 -'- ,
gather their heads together, speak in sub. considered aiu.exceHept- 1 It AI II. '1[AL : Pl. ..' .
ranean. 81 f 1877-Frank Leroy Chase noted II n !'}1 ". ... ::? ;;.. !. #- :. ')
intention .
$25,000. It is the .
dued voices and then laugh loudly? What first baacntan-maBager of theol.I'Chicago. 1'" "\ :o..r.e : .
the purchasers to place the prop-I : '-. '.;.: :.;.f E'. ;..,.:!
was up? Only one guess. fir,t cla t'ondition..wi.1'-' !: Cubs, active from ; :r:.: : \
JAPAN, <, .
1 WILL MOVE, AGAIN 189S to 1911 born at Fresno -
I \... -
I a remodelling program throughout ; : I ( 4 mmi4 .-
Cal Died at Los Angeles, Sept. \4 .
There : 'the interior. i ', :..--p.... :. -'---', .
seems to be a certain affinity 'I 14, 1924. > ,"? .J-.h... ;; .
.j .. '
between the British Lion and the Lion of You need not be surprised if Japan I: i iI >> : ; .. .' _. : ,
situation in Europe I J. R. Stovrm. manager of the forts in furnishing music for tjje ;' !\!#LiM: :
Judah.-Palatka Daily News. Presum- takes advantage of the ''J. L. Stowers won a fry; ., /: ._ .
company choir and the services daring, thjgr .. i.. 0 ,. f'_ i ..11..:.
ably, each,thinks the other a..dandelion*, precipitated by Mussolini's\ advance (I trp to Syracuse, New York where stay in Key West. The guests were :. .;._.t"<>' ,. lht.: 4'.' .1--- = .. : .

into, Ethiopia, to secure further concessions thL C. Smith>> typewriter company I entertained with musical (=*fea-" r y... .. -_l5"r. ... -t-'+" .a.4/" .,

The voters of Key West are anxious from China-and to enlarge and consolidate I September is to hold 21 to a 23 convention, inclusive: from A I I tionj by the :Munro\ brothera* :.w.
;F, Smith and Miss M[ ry E&l t-; .,
to know the,. names: from. whom they will her territorial and economic gainsin Fale contest' was conducted for I I beth GriIJon.I "** _.AND '

pick- their. public. servants, but the can- the Far East. k I the months of July and August. I C- rI i' i .
I and Mr. Stn'ersld hie I
didates who would like to serve the dear: As a matter of fact, it is difficult to competitor by a wide msrgin.nearest I Editorial&. cooarut: If the girt!; M-Ov- .NIIEY" :
|tpent more time' in putting theii .
pee-pul are.somewhat shy. understand the extent of Japanese controlover hands in dishwater tt home them,i1SAVE I b .

China. A few months ago a maga- I Bidding was brisk at the auction -I i(Would not so often get into het I :.

The merchant who is over-zealous towing 'zine in China published an article touching -? :: this in front morning of the when federal.CollectorL. building -I I 1 1I water in society._ i' We carry' complete stock of merchandise i .

: credit contributes to the' delinquency lightly on the decadence of monarchical: T. Bragassa offered for sale th?! Key West yesterday afternoon I '

of the debtor and deserves punishment institutions throughout the world, and I vessel which was captured with a' at the Barrack baseball field V-! \ : for your home. Why nob dr n pID.and.* see, :.

in the loss of his Credit while the load of liquor several week ago. I)| fered the third defeat in the :pries :
goods. containing no reflection 'on Japanese : for ?'
Benito Perez was the purchaser.The j. of games between the 1<*,9;< j :: yourself :
should be'given only those,to'whonv credit Emperor suggested that he, like .
I price was $600. I I gregaUon and the Okeechob! : ..........!...... :\.:..
is due. other monarchs had power only from the 1 ----- I team. The score was 6 to i. .
people. Sio e- toe proportion is one of There was a large number o! fan :t.
i vast importance ey"a J. Otto in.attendance and heartily enjoy- : Another 53:_ Pigce Dinner Set Worth, i
Key West barred.her- doors againstthe Shortly afterwards the Chinese and i Kirchheiner, chairman of the I I. od the excellent exhibition. : !

l big storm, but it neverarrived: *. But the mayor of Shanghai. were confronted i board .of county t'ommirrioners,t I Will Be GIQewA ay.7 hii l
I : $20} tie :
it's better. to be safe than sorry.-St: by a Japanese demand, for apologies .and.there will be no dissuasion: of the r KEY, WEST t
proposal to construct toll bridge*
Petersburg Independent. An ounce of.pre. other remedial action. This was backed bya j over the highway until there is aI COLONIAL HOTEL : :

vention is still worth a pound of cure, anda cruiser in the harbar.and.the storm-was I full quorum of the comm
little more. settled by considerable loss of Chinese :t i ers will taken No doubt!up at this thr- matter nexti !- In,the and Center Theater of the District Business : South, HlandaT 1 (C itractihg l. & Engineering: Coj, :i.E

The the
prestige. mayor apologized i meeting of thebody on September .

We are too easy on vice and do not magazine was banned, and the writer pros-{ 24. First( cta.F"n-eprE- : Phone.598 Wtteaa]
ostracize the vicious enough in fact we ecuted. This was not enough because. a Se.aiLlCOJFEE ., Ra*.* i _l. :

often fraternize with.them.- It is. part of i censorship exercised. by the Chinese.governmentihad First Last Methodist evening I chiatK'enisrtainid the choir of the.I 1I SHOP NOW OPEl] i : "Your homei4iwortry:; .of<.thc! bestr* :

the very essence of. Christianity to hate failed: Consequently the Basil and Nevil Mnnro with'a 1 IL I .

evil and'attack'it; and the evil-doers, too. Chinese government was forced,to .dismissthe I on farewell Simon'party ton, the The parsonage party-wa Garac Prices Elevator;,| I t

should have our scorn. local censor. given in aPP1ecia vn.of their..ef-,. Popular ...J I 4. 1 S1' B.r

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II MQBNIN&y STAR tft Today's. Birthdays

/ i rooeeoeeeoeeo..e
Marriner S. Cedes of Utah,
'\,9 S'P'O'- T'S governor of the Federal: Reserve

1..aritoraiat..." b.r ....-away.,.Jod4 rctto lt Car ba called exercises back -'that we'd be doing our : DIAUONDBALL CAME. PLAY. PLAY PULLED, BY{ Board, born at Logan, Utah 4S
r.r4 alwo.t aaffic t r J :years ago.Governor.
tan3..iy bad to. to lydwara.iasttad. w "Then." said the mumed voice
.....f1ftt rel,_. away e "i'm..comIDz: JD.- .-
..motJUr. cb OtantaUoi,. The gasp, ot. protest died, OD.Emll7's f SCORE orawTO 0 PLAYED YESTERDAYBy Alfred M. Laadon of
Emily It at IJU or Kansas, born at Went!>M4les>e.
Kt*.wm umtfit ..JU mitt J... lips. David was already In
duba.wntcbs1 et'{,.tatktay wit* aide leaning negligently against the I .- (By JOVE) ( .JOVE) Pa.. 48 yens age.
J.dtta a4awiraticg brota.r D v4d-
David it tht' Ofrofitt ot' orefml, foot of the bed. David beautifully 1 The. Social Diamondball League I An. All-Star ten compost
I enough to win the pennantThe Haines, P. Deasr,.- Heuaser Walker ,
spur- Max Reinhardt Beted theatrical
": 'ants,wk it KmO yso.ty'otaer.d hued and, glowing., wearing .the ,
--.4. it, CARDS I O'FarrelL played,one game yesterday morning : Funeral Home,,
.mt.iy.far a+oay+ Darts hunting shirt and the disreputable 'I scores! in the Yankee double-11 and Davis ) of their scheduled doublehead- mostly of Lopez producer, born in Austria 62
riding .breeches. His smile was so header victory_ over the Cleveland i' Boston at Chicago postponed, players, defeated the Service ag years ago.WfHiam.

ray' and so utterly lacking .In selfconsclouinestbat WITH\ PHILS i rain- er.The i at I -
Cbapt.LFiter>> Indians were 3 to 2 and 5 to 4, I I I first contest with the gregation yesterday morning
she.was suddenly DeWftt MfteaeQ of
I each by a: one-run margin. I I Stowers Park was forfeited to the the Army Barrack
DAVID-SERIOUS- ashamed of her horror AMERICAN-LEAGUE- :Minn.,. lawyer U. S. Attorney-
INTWINBILLBROOKLYN : Service ten when -the Park boys 1 triple
William Gates
pulled a
The Senators i
rose Game.
1 EMILT suddenly saw thAt "Shouting, through that heavy I I First General under Hooker, born at
'N-. only to Interest him door."be explained plaintively,""had'I up against the invading_ Tigers i At Philadelphia R. IL E. failed. .to show up. and I 1 I play. With the bases lull. Ben f Winona, Minn., 61 years ago.

'w.. way all the privacy of a party telephone. defeat them St Louis ___..._._u.m__ 9 a4- 1 The.nightcap way played .'Adams hit a line drive to. Gates
I to tell him the truth: to throw yesterday to 4 .to 3. : the.Service club-defeated the
berself his rd already acquired a large and Interested DODGERS TAKE I Philadelphia ___....____ 473 I who made q great! catch tagged Ralph WUo Trine of Holly-
upon mercy Detroit committed thcee of 8 to
errors. Stars by a score!
audience. I was wonderingIf i Batteries: Cain and Heinsley; BaY-I,third. base and threw to first to wood, inspirational writer, born
1 tonight"It's last And because that's I Judith's-look pretty fault either or both of yon lilies of the BOTH GAMES OF DOUBLE- The lowly St Louis Browns!I Marcum Wilshere, Dietrich and Ortega held the Stars to [complete the triple play.It at Mt Morris, IH99 years ago.

field would like to ride over the came out"victorious in both gamesof 1 II Richards. hits.The has been at long time since
and not mine As a rule rm quite HEADER WITH CINCINNATIREDS .hitting-of Powell.
place with me ibis morning. I
f colorless: I don't even know how to "I wouldn't"said Judith,"becauseI've a twin bill with; the Athletics, ", and Nodine ot the Service club one was made bete. Rev. Samuel M. Cavert. secretary -

L enjoy living. Her voice was soft sworn ever since Christmas that : GIANTS WIN the scores being 9 to4 and.7: to -5.The.Boston. Second Came and .Pierce.and Walker of the At bat William Cates hit a j I of tile Federal Churches of
If E. homer and a double in three times America hem at Charl-
|and a little plaintive, At Philadelphia R. : Christ in .,
Rec.sox.won twujnes Stars featured I
David's lips were against her hair : St Louis __________.__ 7 & 0 In the field, H..Sands, Jones, P. up. Stickney Hale Valdes and I ton, Ni Y., 47 years sgo.

now.They strayed softly down to the r./ 1 check that was turned away from r.L NEW YORK. Sept 9< -The St. C to 2 and 5 to 2.' Batteries: Thomns; Walkup Brindel .knocked.out a home I I I i In the field. Gates Baker and Frankie Friseh, manager of the

him."I Louis Ordinals continue to .seti; The summaries follow: .i Van Atta and .Hemsley; run. and. Walker P. White and]I I 1 Albury starred for and the Valdes picked for ten the,I'I'I I St Louis Cardinals born in New
Jack Cates
wish."he said very gently"tbat the in the National League,i 1 NATIONAL, LEAGUE er, Doyle, Marcum B1aehold-I' Powell were jtredited with a three- and York, 37 years ago.
pace outfitScore'
I bad a chance to teach you." At Pittsburgh R. IL, E.I Richards. ,each. I I
I. bagger
I R. H. E. I I
pennant race although: they split by innings: I I The University of Kentucky
He slipped a hand beneath'' her R. H. E.
New York ._. ____ 381 Score by innings: '
uu .... 000 2l0'0-3 6 at
chin and turned her face towards r I a doubleheader with the Philadelphia Pittsburgh .______..._.__m.. 160 I I First Came J JI Stars .....w 000 000 0-0 7 41 Stars Service_ ... 101 003 x-5 10 1 total,I will erect two new buildings if plans a
f cost of $500.000.
.aim. Its of had been + the m.
promise beauty The Cards
won i iI Batteries: Hubbell and Man- At New York. Service. .._.. 031 400 x-8 13
fulfilled.. 1 j I ......__...___ R..n..E.J I Batteries: Ortega. Nodine and! for a PWA loan are !'ucce cful
Cleveland Sands
and C.
opener 11 to 0, the same Ecore by] cuso; Lucas, Swift and Padden. Batteries: Tynes ;I II Pierce Stanley and Stick-
As he bent towards her she I which the Redbirds defeated the I New York ..------.....-- 38- O-I Ortega end j'I Sands, ; I I
thought fleetingly of Edwin and his 1 I Batteries: L. Brown and Phillips ney. Subscribe to The Citizen.
gentlemanly self-control. and a Detroit Tigers in the last game of : First Cam I ; Gomez DesLongandlDickey.

wraith of a smile lifted the corners tbeWorld. Series to win the chaoi'pionshifi. j f Cincinnati R. IL-E*I DIAMONDBALL !

of her month; thought of her moth '. Dizzy Dean held the I Brooklyn ___,_,_,'.m' 871 Game FOLLOWING\ i

er's admonition about'holding one's I Cincinnati .._______....._.___ 487 Second "
o Mi ilion to four hits while hid At New York R;H. E
self sacred for one's husband," and : Eamshaw GAME TONIGHT
Batteries ,
knew a momentof panic.. teammates pounded Phil pitching I Iham. : Mnngo and I Oleveland .......__.._ 4. 7 3 THROUGH RUSSELL'SI
Brennan :s
1 and Lopez; Freitas New York ...____.__..._. 5 11 2
She drew away from him and The Phillies captured the CampbelL : Batteries: C. Brown Stewartand i -
looked squarely Into his eyeL: nightcap 4 to 2. in which the St I
Brenzel. Phillips; Broaca, Mur-j j!! (By JOVE) I FIREMEN WILL NET BUSY
"I done even: aha told him recklessly
.kDow,hoW'-to..kl8.' I've Louis; outfit used a flock of hurl- Second.Game. phy and Glen. ]!I.......................* BAY- '
you. BAKERS AT 1
ers. At Cincinnati R H. E.: l CIGAR STORE
sever kissed anyone but relatives In FiZm.: J I The baseball players of Key
my life. The New York Giants went to Brooklyn __.._mmu__ 6 13 1 I VIEW PARK
the Hospitality and Marimba
_._ .._.._. 443 E. I West .
She bad expected him to laugh. Or victory over the challenging Pitts- Cincinnati m At Boston R. IL Bands take this means ot express -0-
Batteries: Reis, Leonard, J. Taylor Chicago ..._.._.._ ... 2.8 1 I I -
to scoff: because every other girl she burgh Pirates, 3 to 1. Hubbell, I -- ing their heart-felt sorrow and II
knew had kissed someone anyone.Instead and Campbell; Crisson llollingsworth. I Boston ......._m__.___...__._ 6 10 0 I {: (By JOVE) Baseball ReturnsBY
extend their sympathy to the families Daily
of the Giant mound staff gave I
\ } Derringer pid Lom- Batteries Kennedy Salveson
be looked thoughtful WkhIJJI I : of those dead and injured on The Key West Firemen win play
"I believe yon" he said at last \ up only six safeties. i bardi.! and Sewell; W. Ferrell and, R-' /torida Keys during the recent I the Busy Bee Bakers in a Senior Wire.

"And you don't know how glad I am The Brooklyn Dodgers was given FerrelL hurricane.! League diamondball game at Bay- :

that you haven't"He a big help yesterday afternoonin Firat.Game The players and musicians have view Park tonight

kissed her then,very gently at 11I) I l their fight for a firstdivsiionberth At St Louis R. IL E. Second Game I made several trips to the Keysto 1 I The batteries will be L. C&ert I COME IN AND GET THE

first, and she was surprised that his when they downed .the Cincinnati Philadelphia __.._..,_, _,_ 042 At Boston R. IL E..1 play with and entertain the : or Walker on the mound for the

lips should be soft .when his Arms Reds twice in a double- St. Louis ______..._._____11 14 0 Chicago ..._..._______...__._ 282 Veterans and residents up there. Firefighters and Casa behind the I RESULTS OF THE

were so hard. She hadn't really 1 header. The scores were 8 to 4 Batteries: Pezzullo Bivin and Boston; ___._.... 571 We have' always been treated bat and Ward and Griffin for the I MAJOR BASEBALL

thought of it before. She returned and 6 to 4. Todd; J. Dean and Davis, Camp Batteries i Phelps Fischer and with courtesy aped given all the Bakers. LEAGUES'

the kiss simply and felt his lips In the American League the bell. Shea; Wilson Grove and Ferrell. comfort at their disposal.One The contest will get under way 0

quicken upon hers.. I 1I New York Yankees gained a game of the players was injuredin at 8 o'clock.An II I CIGARS. CIGARETTES

"You precious precious child" he and a half on the Tigers by capturing Second Came At Washington R.'H.! E: the last game played on the

I muttered. a twin bill while Detroit At St. Louis R.. II. E. Detroit ._._._._._...... 3.12 3 Keys and Dr. Main was the physician analysis! of'relief costs in I SOFT DRINKS,

tid lost Thh reduced Cochrane's Philadelphia-.__._..._.._. 440 Washington ...?..__...__ 4.9 0 I who treated and cared for Kansas showed 10 cents out of''j i ETC.

1 THEN:the tumult and the .shoutF I club's lead to eight and a half St Louis ...__-_......_........ 2 13 2 Batteries: Lawson and, Coch- him in the Veterans' hospital at every dollar spent was used' for'p 1
.,had died for I
In. the. evening
I games, which is still substantial I Batteries; Jorgena and,-Wilson; rare; Hadley Pettit and Bolton. Snake;: Creek. administrative purposes. #
tdith made her way to David's roomd '
lam' ..
---- ----
perched herself upon his .beeLhe ---- ----- -
> was clad In a pair of vivid Chi- ': e
tiese pajamas and her eyes ,were

tngeronsly"Of course bright." she began, "you're : :4-> ,.. ......_ ... : ... ,- ::- '/, .
.h+ apple of my eye and all that'sort < -' < >

of, thing,but HI poison .you ( -

break Emily's heart" l '

Divtd looked squarely at her.

""Yjiu're a flattering beast In another a t

minute.yonll ,be. telling me.not to :

set fire to the atateorpban, asylum.!" ,

Judith helped herself to a clgaret E s

from his bedside table.. "Oh. I don't i Cigarette Halt"..:...that what
mean that you'd do It deliberately.

darling: you never do. It's Just that men on the march-call-it when,,
yeull hue to hide.your'fatal light a
i I under a busheL You've already been 4 they stop for rest and a cigarette.--* ,

making love to her.darn you!" David turned Emily's face toward >

David's }tOOk didn't falter."rm no him.

St Francis you know. If you didn't
I was going to sleep until noon the K k
expect me to fall why: on earth did
you'bring her down here and push tint." day I was at home. Emily mightgo. Cigarette, Halt. Pass around /the t ,,-'

her Into my arms?"
lie turned to her."Will your* : :
*"1 wish I knew.Judith confessed. t Ati Chesterfields. It's a corking good ciga-. .
Already she was learning to take
1 was so Interested In seeing what ,
things a they came with this astonishing ..,
she'd dQ to you that I overlooked family.* -rd love It.- -! .: rette.. They have taste, yes, plenty of
completely what you might do to ,,
her." He smiled his approvaL "Stout -
F it but not strong.
: ;
fella! Then to Judith "Is this
"Has it occurred to yon that I : craving
might be serious David: demanded. for sleep real Because I really .
I Chesterfields mild but
:; are they
Judith's eyes widened In mock wanted to take youJudith's r-b) ,. :
.... )
amaaement"No. Why should Itt"Ha ,eyes were warmYou., -* "

scowled at her then grinned.; darling. Yes. It's reaL Take me tWa ''It'.' are .not insipid orflat.
afternoon}.:* *J .
"Damn' your impertinence! ,.Get out
before I throw :you oat" "Gladly. He turned once more ti Pass? wound*the*Chesterfields. ,

":Oot until you promise to be Emily"Will you breakfast a la John "
good." Ball or Hollywood?"

His face softened."! wouldn't hurt "Which Is which r 'b A+

"Oh. kippers and bloaters and the ,
her. be said gently"for anything In ": bra lx"' ... et
the world. At the rate ,I'm going. like .from the sideboard or coffee.
'Ill be the one.who needs protectionsoon. and grapefruit In bed?" 4 A.

." She considered. "Since 1 haven't :
ridden in three months perhaps I'd -! .
Judith got up and laid her bands ,
better begin to practice eating from 1 ,t
upon his shoulders "It's a promise, f
thenT* the sldeboaruV Besides. Fve never' 5' ot
He-bent aad kissed her. "It la." eaten a bloater." t j
David chuckled delightedly.

determined "Neither have L But if 1 can find a -
NOISE_ : Jnces-
A\ bicycle well have them. Ill
sant. dragged Emily from the pump l'a 3t'
give .)"ou .ten minutes be said as
warm depths of sleep. Someone was
the door closed behind him..
pounding 4Ia their door.Judith lifted I
Carrollton with David
Riding over
a, rumpled bud and
had all the glamor of of '
a voyage
David's Voice raised. lo aong sifted t fs fsd
through the door. discovery The sunlight was pure I T 3$. K ?
gold and the meadows were green
'Awake my soul, stretch every
velvet.All the hands stopped talk.
to I
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:-: xAnnouncement : \WILL COME HERE i ONS. S. FLORIDA COLUMN DANCE TONIGHT!I Saturday CURLY and TOP Sunday


DURING i '55555.............55 Ss 55 Matinee Balcony 10c| Orckes-
(By J. A. TORRES) I LOST PROCEEDS WILL BE) Ira; 1S-20c| Night 15-ZSc

Of Marriage For Red CrossAnnouncement CANCEL THEIR ........................ I FOR MIAMI AT MID. ,. TURNED OVER: TO RED '

MVs. Albert Atwell of Olivia was made today AGREEMENTS IN RENTING They had a mother just like you NIGHT HOURIn six keys including post office I C30SS PERMANENT WAVES
that Juan Carbonell will put on a: and I. and a father too. key. Finder please return to
,street, announces the marriage of Supposing if them have the event that transportation A dance for ATL THIS WEEK I benefit dance at the Habana-: HOUSES; OTHERS ARE ALSO one may Gulf Life Insurance Office the relief of storm 50

her niece Miss Esther Perez to j r. Madrid Club on Wednesday night i belonged to me or you. i is available on the Florida Renedo Bldg. sept9-lt sufferers on the Florida Keys will ONLY u .

Ramiro Villar on Sunday, Sept. for the benefit of the Red Cross EXPECTEDNot They were rent down' to help us from Key West to Miami this evening be given tonight: at the Cuban KITTY SANCHEZ

the Catholic Church fund for !storm sufferers. J' out, WANTED Club under the auspices of Robert
1, at parsonage i it is understood that a number New Located at
local ex- To work for tlree meals! and a J. Perry Chapter Order of
Mrs. Grace Phillips
Rev. Maureau officiating. I i f will leave Key YOUNG WOMAN desires several 219 SIMONTON STREETBE
ecutive secretary of the organ- one letter hag been received dcllar a oy.: : fj { (,P :passengers hours employment daily DeMoIay.
-secretarial -
Mr. and Mrs. Villar are well- ization states that this affair is I at the FERA housing division And a place 10 lay'their i' ads aifer Wst for that city and various stenographic statistic! Total proceeds of this affair I

known here.Ecerready. being given due to the fact that Ito I i i indicate that any of the many ,they had. finished'th* day. l other points. bookkeeping. Salary not important. will be turned over to the Red

no funds have been sent in yet in individuals and families who have A.rr1 l,t Mrs. J. Gerry Curtis, wife cf Address Box L, care Citizen Cross for distribution to the needy 1 Is Your ROOF I / eadi|

answer to the call recently sent t!.made provisions for spending the They had a home f olkv; mayl 9> ,the assistant. WPA director and sept7-2t as members of John Pritchard's furCADVYEVTHEn 1 i I ?*

Star in this locality. I winter season here will cancel good one, we don't know- i daughters Misses Betty and Carol, orchestra have offered their services -

Club To Meet I(lout : their agreements. Although they had not ,seen ,.it I are intending to go to Miami. The WANTED-FURNISHED house free of charge. Sociadad de
I there I I since months young ladies will enter school and with two bedrooms Cuba has donated the the
\!N. Goshorn on William f>street ac- I On the contrary, today many many ego. I or more use of
There will be meeting of the)cording to announcement made I was received a letter from Mr. and But they have gone home now Mrs. Curtis expects to remain for preferably between High School Cuban Club for this event. I
i.Mrs. Igo of Tyrone Penn.. closing folks-a home that is theirs for about two months. and Harris School State full
Everready Star Club held tomor-,today. f I t
row afternoon beginning at 4j I A request is made for a large i, a contract for a home which good; I Others who are expected to go particulars. Box B., The Citi- MISS WILLIAMS\
number I II : r tteptucf HOOFS Now
they were discussing by letter A home where they shall be treated among them students at zen Office. sept6-3tx '
in the home of Mrs. G.I attendance of members. .
o'clock several weeks before the storm. "yes" treated like they various institutions of learning I I

I. In that letter Mr. Igo tells that I I should. I who have been spending their vacations WANTED crtiance to bid on JOINS RED CROSSMrs.

....... e e .. .s..a eNOW .he and his family are looking for- But they have gone home now, I in Key West and will return your next printing order. The sure your roof is

ward to a delightful winter in Key I, folks to always rest in peace I to resume their studies. Artman Press. aug7 P. A. Williams of Eliza for bad weather.If .
THENBy and how much But we will never forget them be- It was definitely learned at the
AND West sfks money I
I I beth street is in receipt of a telegram it is worn you may profit
is he required to send to Key I I cause they brought us grief. i office of Agent John N. Costar FOR RENT from her daughter. Miss i

West to make sure that no one :this afternoon that the Florida I Ileen Williams by re-roofing now before
( STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON) else gets the residence which has;! ;will leave midnight tonight. FURNISHED APARTMENT with arrived in. Miami i on Saturday prices advance.

.....,........................ for him. J STEAMER COMES Electric Ice Box Archie Thompson -
.-.-.-.-.-.--..-.-.-.-.-.-.--..--.-.-..------- been arranged morning and immediately became Let us tell you about
his letter the writer 1001 Eaton street. Phone
(View or opinion expressed For those of us who belong to Concluding I. WRITES ABOUT 879-J. sept4-lmox affiliated with the Red Cross unit Carey Shingles and Roll
1 I I shows' he has "heard you have just. TO PORTER DOCK which she claims is excel-
: doing
in The Forum aresolely the generation that will soon an- terrible storm in that sec Roofings-the standard for
those of the writer I call the loss is all alive BUNGALOW FOR jRENT-Mod lent work in the vicinity of the 60 We will be
:swer to its final tion and hope you are ,I LOCAL MONUMENT storm-stricken area on the Florida -I I over years.
and not of The Citixen.) conveniences and .
ern garages.Apply
I:irreparable., er again for: ,us end will receive this letter. CHRISTIAN KROGH ARRIVEDIN Valdes Bakery. Keys and surrounding sec- glad to give you a free
the same'line *I '
Only one subject fills our will a journey along the >Keys ,bea Another letter along Mr. and;' PORT SATURDAY augS-im dabs. estimate on the Carey Roof
received .
has been by ;SUGGESTS POSTCARD PICTURES Miss Williams states that she
hearts today; our lovely islands joyous succession of friendly of Fleming -I' which will best suit your
Mrs. Sidney Thompson AFTERNOON
lie desolate and gallant time-tried associatesand ROOMS expects return to Key West on
; friends gay :;,greetings to street. This is from Oscar D.. BE MADE AVAIL- this needs
and courageous were hope- calls to share in their warm I Wednesday of week.
Ridings of Wilmington. Steamship ,Christian Krogh ar- r------
lessly trapped and died as heroes hospitality. F9r ;ufy'4''i1t.l< iei 8 ABLE OF SCENE I -THE MUNRO"-Rooms nner SOUTH_ FLORIDA
: who were in Key West rived Saturday afternoon con- ,
celled in and location
have so often died the victims of Sad procession ,,through rapes' of price y BENJAMIN LOPEZ CONTRACTING It
and with whom Mr. ,to the Porter Dock Com- i
I season signed running water. 128 N. E. 4tV
presumptuous folly. The blame'lies haunting memories. fnithiS kindI Rev. A. L. Maureau of the RUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Thompson visited while they, pany. The Porter Company; took Fla. aug26-lmoz | I I ENGINEERING CO.
at the door of no living man. I ly climate Nature will 4\swift to I local Catholic Church is in receipt I street Miami !
were north this summer. j the vessel, off charter which had Serving Key We.tHalf
Henry Flagler had no mind to lis-;' cover the ravages of the tempest ofi a letter from William T. .r
Ridings sympathy been the TUNING I Century
I The express completed to North Atlantic PIANO I
ten to the advice of men who had,> the Keys will again become peo- for the great losses sustained by and Gulf S. S. Company Byrne, state senator of New 24 Hour Ambulance Service 1
lived their lives on the keys;! pled-but we will remember re- j York, in which he makes refer- I
j'II ; the people of Key West and the and is now at the dock awaitinginstructions. that PIANO TUNER,. Laureano Mo- Licensed Embalmer 't1STEAMSHIP
"fills' were cheaper than bridges; member and for the friendsof I ence to the monument was
yearn Pkoue 135
Keys many of whom they met reno. Excellent piano for sale Night 696-\\
high-priced engineers said they vanished and J unveiled here in Bayview Park I
days remember-I I last season during their stay and! Karl Stevmb o, second mate of) which I cheap. 1018 Division street.
would be alright. '1 I I ing we will do what some years ago, during
I: that happier days are in the taken the aug26lmoxFOR -
Henry Flagler suffered the persuade our successors to work [hope steamship: was ;time the senator visited Key West. i -
store for the sufferers. I Marine Hospital shortly after the)
penalty that attends eminence.': with Nature and not against her. Among other things mentionedin :
I II The letter indicates a return vessel arrived. He was to be*. the the writer stated SALE
Just as.King Canute's courtiers!I If this were truly a "COM letter Co.
for another visit this year as Mr. given a physical examination. I
felt bound to assure that monarch I; MONWEALTH;** if we could write that he thought it would be a TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 P & 0
Thompson is requested to I II i Tug Petrel, of the Porter Com- madeof
good idea to have postcards UNITED
that he could command the tides the of the word I STATES FAST
;':grasp meaning "what definite sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
and let them know pany went out Saturday to meet I the monument which he feels I I
BO men of eminence inevitably at-; the Keys could be as safe as they aug7 MAIL ROUTES FOR
(I arrangements for housing fur- the steamer Hugoton. of the C. D.I) the
would be
tract about them men who always;[:are lovely and some day, please I a good-seller among I
nished with temporary heat and Mallory to member I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST
lines get INDIES
a northern visitors to Key West. CARD-S-I00
that: PERSONAL printed
assure their reigning king ] God they wilL II'I
satisfactory water supply is available of the ship's personnel bring him' Senator Byrne states ,that he Effective' March 18th 1935
the is tbeir cards $1.25. The Artman
not 1 ,
impossible beyond I vision of Key West with-
see a "
reach. If Henry Flagler felt i impelled 1!out the railroad which was un- I for us at Key West. I II I to the Key Marine West.Hospital He was, placed in"" regrets that there are no of postcards the- Press. aotf7 1Z:?0 Leave P. 34.Leave .Key; West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
carrying a picture

to close by the enterprise age-old courses and ambition of the::j. welcome who knew when Key West it came in ,her to golden many I I INSTALLS NEW\ I II I Freighter Medina of the ClydeMbllory monument and says that he. has PRINTING-Quality; Printing at I'' Leave Key Havana West for for Key Port West Tampa Thursdays Thursdays and and Mondays Mon
Lines is due to arrive written several concerns rel utive
ocean's tides, the thing to do was I days. Instead, along the trail of the Lowest Price The Arc- days, 6:30 P. M.
this evening from Galveston en! to the issuance of postcards carrynig -
to close them. It was done and' the vanished locomotive runs a man Press. aug7 Ticket. Reservations and Information al Ticket Office .n tkDock. .
AUTO EQUIPMENT route to Charleston and New a picture of the Key West
the works of have been triedin broad not I .
man ';: highway creeping along I I York. monument. .PI._ 71
the court of last appeal and the some "fill", but striding on sub'stantial I J. H. COSTAR, Agent.
The Artman Press. aag7
verdict has bowed a people down piers above a free and

with sorrow. i j untrammelled intercourse between 1 COLONIAL SERVICE STATION STORM NEWS REEL REV. SMITH TO --

The men who KNEW the John- the waters of the Gulf and the
sons, the Pinders the Rus&ells. Ocean. The presumptuous man-
and their contemporaries had not' made dams are cleared away; NEW SERVICE

acquired the impressiveness that''some narrow natural spill-ways An Index To

comes with long sitting in revolving -(''have been widened. 1

armchairs and were not lis-!'I'I Men have always been able to Finest and most modern equip- News Reel depicting Rev Alfred DeBarritt announces I' i iI 'f

tened to. They were not financially build structures able to withstand ment for the repairing of automobiles scenes of the S. S. Dixie and ,' that Rev. L. M. Smith

able to fight their battleiil -t r hurricane winds; no man has been has recently been purchased -I I storm-stricken ''Florida Keys will I"ole j|i of Ley Memorial Church, will occupy L V ; RELIABLE

the courts. If they had able to say to the ocean "thus and installed by Colonial''" shown Wednesday and Thursday ,- I the pulpit at Trinity Presby-

been the wind wave (NOT "tidal",I j i far and no.farther'shalt thou go." Service Station of which Clarence at Monroe Theater. 001'' ,I[terian Church tomorrow night.
wave) would have flowed through'its '*The winds pile up the waters as of Crusoe is the proprietor. |I John Carbonell manzper of the I{I: Rev. J. B. Culpepper of First '

ancient mile-wide flood-gates'I{!yore but they find a way around Mr. Crusoe states that his."Monroe, received a wire today i Methodist Church was to have I

between Long Key and Jewfish t and not over the islands. Restored I garage"is now the finest equipped stating that the reels had been I i preached at Trinity said Rev. De I FIRMSw ( i

Key, the Upper and Lower Mata-;1: tides scour out the ancient i garage in the state and is Chipped.! Paramount cameramen I Barritt but will leave the city

cumbes and the other safety i j I i harbors that had filled with marlin capable of taking care of every, were some of the first to reach for a short period.JavkaonTlIle'a .
valves that Nature wrought the evil I the! devastated Manager 1
ages days. type of auto work. iI I I area I
ago. It never would have risen in I I I A'nd everywhere that the scanty I Latest in auto equipment is the'I Csrbonell states and picture in .....1.1( Hotel"

its 'rage at man-made obstructionto 'but unbelievable fertile soil affords I new motor tuner and asalyzeri i' the reels a vivid description of the THE SEMINOLE :

batter its resistless way across I'I a foothold, a happy andI I which diagnoses every motor ail-I I disaster. I I II

the hopes the fortunes and the prosperous people dwell in safety. ment. This machine locates)

lives of our lost friends. I I The day will com. 'motor trouble that is usually Quick Relief for I G FOLLOW THE ARROWAnd !

,hard to find. i ye; e 4t s

SsS...................a* 1, A large electric automatic lift-j. I
REQUIEM MASS FOR er, the only one of its kind in the

AN APPRECIATION INGRAHAMS.AT;,:ST. city, was purchased by }Mr.'! Chills and Feverand s"zlak err.. / You Will Find In
........................ PAUL'S TOMORROW Crusoe for its safety and effi : ---
ciency. of
) Other Effect
Assembled in the shadow cast Other machines and improve-

by the grief of bereavement we A Sung :Mass of Requiem will ments are: Valve refacer, armature MalarialDon't Directory, Stores Which_ Aim
Jacksonville. FloridaCHAS.
the undersigned\ representatives be celebrated. God willing. on tester, valve seat refacer,, put up with the fuffering of B. GRI ER. Manger

of. the parish organization; to I Tuesday morning. September 10. brake relining machine, airline' 'Ialaria-the teeth-chattering chills and A human, home-like Institution -' Tfp Serve and Please You.
which at 6 o'clock for the repose of the high; compression lubricator,::, the burning fever.Get rid of Malaria by where :Ton will find your Individual. They
our names are attached souls of Mrs. Mary Ingraham and Champion spark plug cleaner and getting the infection out of your system. _r.rt and entertainment a, matter .

hereby desire to express our ap- her daughter Mary, at St. Paul's tester painting equipment, hy-i|I That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: of great importance.
does-destroys and drives out the inleci -0--- Invite You To Visit Them!
preciation for the lives of Mrs. Church.It draulic tube !
jacks casing and re-i i tion.At the same time,it builds up your A atect flv.r*.C Mules locate
Mary Ingrahyni and her daughter is hoped that 'all relatives pairer, coil and condenser tester.. system against further attack. !. tae newt .r IhC eltr
and friends will endeavor to be I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic contains -- I
Mary who died in the storm which I I
tasteless quinine whicH kills the infection Every Room with Combination Tub
I present, the rector states Married women will not be: .
struck the Florida Keys on Sep- I In the blood.It also contains iron which and Shower Rath. Radio. Electric ---- ---- ----
I elected school teachers in the blood and helps it overcome Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
I the
tember 2. 1935. builds up
Saint Paul's Parish has suffered II I Subscribe to The Citizen. future. in Athens Ga j j I the effects of Malaria as well as fortify; Mattresses Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Con with r INSURANCEJ. MEATS I SHOE REPAIRING
t against re-infection.These are the effects struction and Individual Reading -
which will 1
loss not
a boon refief.Grove's
be Mrs. Ingraham was!i j! peace and rest and joy of His PALACERichard you want for COMPLETE take Lamp. DUVAL MEAT MARKET GOODYEAR SHOE
overcome. : ; Tasteless Chin Tonic is pleasant to RATES! S. MOORE, AGENCY SHOP
a devout communicant and a '' Presence in Heaven. ; Arlen-Virginia Bruce and absolutely safe even for children. .......I Jefferson Hotel Building Rivera and Sons, Prop. I.I II H. Diamandi, Prop.
I' 1 J
faithful and ardent worker. As I "Rest eternal grant unto them I!, No bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle 78 Rooaia. Private Bath e::..s
treasurer of the United Thank O Lord; and let light perpetual -In- ;! today and be forearmed against Malaria. .NO Rvmia. Private Bath :aM Surety Bonds, Automobile>> Beat Prices Highest Quality Old Shoes Mad. As Good A. New

Offering of the Woman's Aux- shine upon them. .I LET 'EM HAVE IT I Ii I For sale at aB drug stores.Now two sues :34 O Rooaia Rooaia, Private Private Bath Bath ___ aa.&oM Life and Accident Insurance Phone 479-J Duval at Petrosuaj!I 612 Duval Street
size contains lYt
-SOc: and $1. The $1 __. ....
IS R i r
(Signed Saatvle Private Bath *
i Also Comedy '
iliary to the National Council she I I I times at much as the SOc: size and give$ SLIGHT INCREASE, FOR UOt'BLHOCCCPAKCT

fulfilled her duties joyfully and GLORIANA Woman's BAYLY, for the Matinee: 10.15c Night: 15-25c I you 23* more for :your money. I I't Ir PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ I BEER VENDORS BAKERIESMALONEY

conscientiously. As a Daughterof Auxiliary. I II II I
ELLEN TYKES for the; Woman'sGuild. I
the King and as a member of I II
the Woman's Guild of Saint Paul's
Parish the" gave herself without DORA ROBERTS for the Daugh- Yonll! Like The Prints We Make Beer At All Tines Bakors of Baker Boy Bread

stint and without ostenttlion to ters of the King. Photo Ena-Urginc; A Specialty Pay Us a Visit; Cakes anj Pastries
LEILA PITCHER, for the Altar ilogc1uinh1edACCEPTING
perform whatever duties she was Guild. 606 Daval Street Duval At Petronia Streets Phone ala alt Fleming St.

called upon to do. EMIL SWEETING, for Saint :
Mary Ingraham served faith- 'Don '
fully for many years" as a teacher" ;
MILTON E. SAWYER, for the .
in the Church School sad as a
I Confraternity of the Blessed To ttt the original Davit'100% Par Pstnl*
member of Saint Paul's Altar BROS. FERNANDEZ &
Sacrament. Se sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. -
Guild. Of naturally retiring I i rviuirJUXT
ARTHUR B. DIMMICK. Rector -- look. for Davis 100% Pur thu* -often I beta IIADII COMPANYGet COMPANY GONZALEZDry

disposition she gave freely' and I of the Parish I tw ., imitated,but never.plicated. ..-..= ::.. Our Prices First Fih-Turtle-CrawfUn Cle..i.w-Pre..i.
of time effort and 'c1 this Label
fcacrificingly :
I I'
Key West. Fla., l Davis 110% Pur Paint. conforms I with -" Class Alterations
for the welfare of these ...w Skeet Metal Work, Dayton P. .. Foot of Front Street First
means Sept. 8 1935. '' S' sJI pans paint Laws and .. the only paint -
organizations and of the Parish as I'I 1JQ ,that carries a guarantee of purity. .::=.: 132 Simonlon StPhon.. 536 Phone 44 Free Delivery 925 Division St.
= ==
a whole. Her quiet unassuming .
devotion to our Blessed Lord and I. Poison hryfe&& TormentSunburn Cook' for this Guarantee on the Label i == ICE CREAl1WELLS' SERVICE STATION ,

her loyalty to parish and pastor: J Ji soot ed- we....-.ail.say ether Pan
should be an example to alL I Chafing t z?k Healing All sue ...._ w. .... Si r too .k. sad edd .......... o.u-. rlr u :
We thank our Heavenly Father -" oidedtY
"dJinq THEHRMV1S Ctt esraaa"' MLTIMOREMQCorner
for the privilege of knowing and Jersey Super Quality lee Cream Paint Jobs>> That Hold Up :

working with these two souls and G. C. ROBERTS ,Caroline and d William Streets Popsicles -FuoTfsUlea-Nut Ban Expert Starter and Gen, Service <-"::-"::;' -

we' pray that theirs may be th Pkono 207-W BOO Southard St. Pkone 79-J For Jiffy Servic .





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'10113' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABLHfileF20090414_AACLDA' 'sip-files1935090901.xml'
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'2018-05-21T08:24:39-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11672' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABLHfileF20090414_AACLDD' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00294.mets'
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xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'11424' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABLHfileF20090414_AACLDG' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00294.xml'
xml resolution

xml record header identifier 2008-12-01setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:subject Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )dc:description b Funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funding Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date September 9, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key WestNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida