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 10, 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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


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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Aiiociated Service Preaa Dar.; WIr ti C 1& Wt ((1 itt3ni moat Key Weat.equable Florida weather, baa in the Iht

For 65 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Beet Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit





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Ethiopia's Long History Shows CAPTAIN KEY WHEN HURRICANES LASH THE ATLANTIC I" ..DEAD.FROM i WOUND..1 Louisiana Dictator Died This

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Nothing But Constant Warfare L TOil Morning After Valiant Battle


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II I WASHINGTON. Sept. 10.- 'instruments constantly tick out
Hurricane! Rotting wind code messages from ships at sea:
White Conqueror, Has I swirling mountainous wave*. overcast; wind velocity 85 miles)
SONS ONBOARD hour, direction south south-I AND
Unique PositionBy CONTINGENT IN CHARGE OF flying wreckage ASSOCIATES; EX-
"east. All night the torecsaters'1 t f
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Eo T. MORGAN EN ROUTETO truction. .terror in thousand pencils follow charts tracing the; PRESSED DESIRE TO LIVE JUST BEFORE
Harold: Key familiarly known storm's progress toward Am d.J
CAMP FOSTERF. of hearts along America' gulf and END CAME
shores. the email
can Through
CHARLES NORMAN as "Jakie" to his numerous !

(Associated Press Staff Writer) friends, and veteran boatman and south Atlantic coast hours storm warnings flash to)
I I threatened points.
Ethiopia:, with "one foot in the I Townsend Morgan, of the fisherman in south Florida wa But Uncle Sam's ,weather men This new- "24-hour" hurricane (Br A.s elated Press)

Middle Age and the other in the WPA artist section in Key West yes-terday i are lessening. the terror, reducing t forecasting service was set'up: ; BATON ROUGE, Sept 10.Senator Huey Pierce
foriIMiami I under direction Weather Bu-
I I left last night on the Florida the toll of deathand\ destruction
League of Nation: ,** present a conducting a group of 13 I the west cogs section, where he with a new forecasting: system,I reau Chief WSHis.R.Gregg. I Long, spectacular figure in national political affairs,
rode out the recent hurricane that Under the old system, reports
vivid contrast to tits. rest of veterans who have been marooned I passed over that area."Jakie" which was in full swing when the I!rof the sto>TO3' progress might) HUEY P. LONG:: died at 4:10. A. M., Central Time, today from an as-
Africa. in Key West since the storm. j I states that when his latest hurricane ripped across the', come in all during the night to the
I I In the group were Claude W.:;I i barometer started to fall he immediately Florida Keys and into the Gulf ofj]central office, but they would not I, CAME sassin's bullet fired into his abdomen Sunday night.
Elsewhere on the Dark Continent Brown, Cincinnati Ohio; John J. I proceeded to a place of Mexico. be analyzed until morning, and OFFICIAL
I iGillis' Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; : safety': in Lostman's River near I meantime the hurricane might i He was 42 years old.
the white man i* respected: Walter Trafka. Glendale, California Trace Storm's Coarse I
I'I : Cape Sable, where the blow j i have travelled 125 miles or more. HERE TO CONFERWITHVETERANS '
as conqueror and modernizer i. ; Maurice F. Hogan, Hornell, was weathered out with safety. Now, when a hurricane roars up Now the forecasters follow the Versatile, Long, dictator of Louisiana, and po-
I iN. Y.; Tony Lapinski Newark, N. I' The veteran seaman said that from the Caribbean or out of the i]|storm's progress every minute
the land of Emperor Haile Selas1Se J.; G. E. Africa, Knoxville, Tennessee I there were forty-four persons on "doldrums" region off the African 1 t j:I using the latest reports from tential presidential candidate in 1936, succumbed aft-

; Frank Harrod, Jacksonville I his boat at the time of the storm, coast, the weather men never : ships at sea, weather bureau stations I
the white man is neither conqneror -'' Florida; B. D. Higgs, Char- all having sought protection there sleep. Lights blaze all night in{I|t on the Cariobean island I er a valiant battle, surrounded by his family and

nor builder for be ha*' lotte, N. C.; Thomas Tiller Wash- II when things started to look bad the forecasting offices. Telegraph J I (Continued on Page Three) GENERAL IJAMS, HEAD OF close political associates.
1 I I ington, D. C.; Robert Oswald, I,in that section. i
been. defeated there. j t[I Charlotte, N. C.; Ed. C. Ritchie, The storm was weathered out --- --- VETERAN'S BUREAU. WAS
I Long was shot by Di Carl C. Weiss J
4 r.
!, Beverly Mass.; J. F. Morris, in creek between the man- eye spe-
'!'i Lexington Va.; George Dryhead, I groes although the water rose to cialist of Baton Rouge, in the state house as Long
chronicle: of constant warfare,Reading Pa. a height of twenty-five feet above PLANE,

best explains its seemingly anom-t|I I: Upon arriving at Miami the I Ii i the regular level at that point SERVICE BY PLANEREGULAR 295 PASSENGERS was walking along the corridor after leaving the
veterans were to be met by ; -
I i j i representatives I stated CXptain Key.
alous position in the twentieth of the FERA transient t i f I ;
(i He says that his barometer pre-: I General G. C. Ijams, head of House of Representatives, which was in special ses-
A almost | bureau and conducted to cipitated to a very low point. rending I .
century. country continuously -
I STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE NUMBER OF STUDENTS FROM the veteran's bureau in Washington
the field of Camp Clifford J. R. Foster, near 28.45 during the height of the i i sion.
busy on '
:', Jacksonville. storm. and said that there were NOW ESTABLISHED HAVANA AMONG ARRIVALS D. C., was an arrival yesterday -

battle has found little time for r;I I many smell craft in that vicinity afternoon by Coast Guard t Weiss, an opponent of Long's politics, was immediately -
and modernization. that were swamped during the BETWEEN PORTS COMING HERE plane from the Keys to confer

progress' *'War Were MALONE PORTERRETURNTOCITY I blow. *. 1 with a group of ,veterans who riddled 'W! &WJets! by Long's.bodyguard.
Many Many Key Westers, knowing of
It has fought and defeated the Captain Kel"'. excellent boats- With the establishment of regular -i Steamship Cuba, of the P. and have been in Key West since the "I want to Iive,"-Long was quoted as saying by

Arabians, Egyptians, Turks, Der- manship, stated during the time steamship and mail service I O. S. S. company arrived from storm.
that they felt very little anxietyfor Accompanying the general were i Seymour Weiss, close friend and treasurer of Long'spolitical
vishes and neighboring races and by the P. and O. S. t>. company i Havana yesterday afternoon with
two finger print who I
this seafarer as he always experts came I
tribes of every description-the PLEASED WITH INTERVIEW makes safe harbor whenever he between Key West Miami and:I 18 first class passengers and 18 to make positive identification of j i organization. .

Adds, Danakils, alias and others rough weather! coming on. Havana and Key West, Tampa and second class passengers for Key the veterans by comparing fingerprint
I ]I
Havana and mail service by the I' Weiss said Long had been unconscious since
-and in modern times inflicted I I They said that he never fails to West; 249 first! class passengers i,t records: from Washington nearly -
defeats the Sudaneseand I I RAILWAY AND HIGHWAY! watch" his "glass," which always Cost Guard Cutter Caraba!'set I'.and 10 second class for with those of the refugees I j I
severe on direct between Miami and Key Tampa. midnight, and he could not remember the last thing
and When this and
rives sufficient warning as was completed .
I .! I'
Italians"I West plane service! has been diY I Of the 295 passengers on the I
a result in this case as well as at identities had been established arrangements i
continued. he said while conscious. .
The vessel there 185
Ethiopians have lived were aliene.
Mayor Wm. H. Malone, and other times "Jakie" came through This announced yertrrday I were made for trans I
I by enemies. They have' Wm. R. Porter, president of the alright; with the large: number of afternoon was, by Lieutenant Win.; Among the arrivals on the S. I portations of the veterans to Miami .I -
seen a combination of great European -!First National Bank,. who left I"guests" on board his sturdy I S. Cuba there were a number of ; and thence to Camp Foster
Klaus U. S. N. communication
Long born.
I I r I was .Abgast 30
.Had Great Record
'i craft. All on board are said to I near Jacksonville. Later the plane I
take their and Saturday by plane for a view of students, and I
powers ports officer it the naval station, who young men women 1893
I the keys and conferences in )15- have highly commended the"skipper" I I i and officials left for Miami. Rising from cotton patch to national on a 320-aere farm which
their coastline away, and have' was\ instrumental in securing the students at American institution II I '
for his excellent judg- Another plane of the CoastGuard became part of the town of
ami returned this morning. I II I prominence United States
service ,.f .l.e planes which, for a of learning, who were spending as
been cut off in this and other ment and manipulation of the ves- II arrived at the time.I .
In a telegram to Key West late brief per'od. brought mail i destined I vacations with relatives in Cuba I)[ same 'senator and dictatorial boss of) Winnfield Lawh, the comingof
from the world and sel during the time of great I This detailed to to[
}; was
ways prog- yesterday afternoon Mayor Malone convey
railroad transformed
for Icy West from Miami. j,and are returning to resume their Louisiana, Huey Pierce Long attained a the
stress. I j Matecumbe Dr. Armando
ress. j gave the information that Lieut-"tavt Klaus said today t I studies.I 'I Cobol the state fields into city lots. He was the
who was to make examination highest degree of ;
Their ships which centuries ago "we have had reasonably satisfac-I that the i lanes, which were ii I I Also included in the passenger an I Iof seventh child in a family of nine.
j j[ dental work in the mouth America's |
of !control
tory interviews with Governor a ever recorded-onder -
ploughed through the Red Sea and! NEW COURSES temporary mail service, had list was a small group of Key! He attended Shreveport high
't 1'1'0-1 'i body to determine whether or not democratic form of
Sholtz and federal officials rel-| ceeded, vith Colonel Moore' .-> : Western who were spending a gov- school but did not finish thecourse.
the Indian Ocean with their coun- ative to railroad and Juan, Puerto Rico, for annual 'while on the i island and at large it was that of Mrs. Rosalind ernment. I His college work was
try's products, are now dim memories with assurances of highWal'1 I BY FERA UNIT maneuvers and drills number of visitors who annuallycome Grooms Palmer. He was a psychological enigma j\confined to three months in the
in the minds of the peo- Shortly after his wasi! for September"end October When it was stated by the pilot to many and a political phe-j; law department of the Universityof ,
pies announced from the law office of j 1 I &I s of the plane that there could be)I nomenon to virtually all experts.' Oklahoma and about
Glory In Battle the mayor that he was indisposed r GIVE HEIGHT OFLIGHTiSTATION made no provision for a return to', He conceived and did things which'none seven
]I I TO BE OF GREAT VALUE TO !I months of intensive cramming in
But they have lost nothing of following the experiences of the Key West Dr. Cobo said it was! but he thought possible and the law school Univer-
of Titlane
their pride in their independence'and trip and- would not be accessible I'I WOMEN AND CHILDREN f KEYYESTTRUCKAIPS.STORM} impractical for him to go and A.j which none of the "old line" poli-1{sity. Then he passed a special
nothing of their prowess as today. : I F. Ayala, sales manager of the ticians ever tried. i
warriors. If war comes, the brie-{ I I I OF KEY WEST : Key West Electric Company went! His followers called him|examination for adaission to the
rli": I AREA bar and admitted
r to
I was
tling legions of Mussolini will*; >3ALLIGATOR- in his stead.'CUrlER. "genius" ,"friend of the poor"and practicein
find fighting men arrayed against NEW RULING ATMATECUMBE I I 'STRUCTURE IS "champion of the people'srights. I May, 1916.
them who glory in battle. Practical courses which will be FEET ABOVE MEAN I i I II Alibi Witness Qecocae Wife
"The Abyssinian army," one KEY lor value to ell women and children 136 The following complimentary DUE TO An army of enemies, whom he: When he was 19 years old, he
British observer wrote, "is in effect I i are to be given .by public health HIGH WATER article, involving Key Westers,I repulsed again and again at the was arrested at Shreveport ac-
practically the Abyssinian nurses Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, I I was taken from a c; issue of ARRIVETONIGHT I polls or in the courts, dubbed him bused of being involved in a
people, for with the exception of i i director of social service in the the Miami Beach Tribune: ( I "demagogue," "madman" "de-I shooting scrape. An alibi cleared
priests and monks every man is 'ONE OTHE THAN THOSEON Florida ERA here announced this Since the publication of the "South Florida has spared' no stroyer of constitutional government" him, Miss Rose McConnell testifying -

an actual or potential soldier-| BUSINESS PERMITTEDTO morning. story in The Citizen relative to:;; effort to relieve the sick and sufI and worse terms runningthe that he had escorted her to
Instruction in home hygieneand i I I (('rin on the devastated keys. VESSEL LEFT MIAMI THIS theater that send
love of fighting is in his blood. i i the done the storm to : gamut from "election thierito a evening pro
care of the sick will be given. damage by +I But one example of this is the I the seat stubs
Today the priests have volun., LAND THERE Alligator Reef lighthouse, there j MORNING WITH JUAIL "political racketeer. I ducing as proof.
teered to fight. I Mrs. Johnson said. Textbooks will have been number of discussions j i operation of a truck owned by He called himself "Kingfish."I.The next year they were married.They .
be the latest edition of the American a :I, Marzyck and of Key FOR KEY WEST
company became the of two
If war comes in September, as I to the height of the light. It was a term applied originally in: parents
No Rel Cross "Home Hygiene and as I West, to and from the storm-lash-I, I sarcastic vein to sons'and daughter.
it a
tome military experts predict persons are being pernrtted I I Information furnished at lighthouse I an opponent..
will the end Care of the Sick. This textbook ed zone with medical supplies and assumed it Long began his political career
come at of the rainy at Lower Matccumbe Key except headquarters today shows.I. Long once jocularlyfor
season, which lasts from about when on specific business, M. E.I I is in line with,, the requirements that the focal plane center of the food for the surviving veterans. I Coast; Gud Cutter CarabasseK; i himself found a ready pub- early. At 25 he was elected to
mid-June to the end of Gilfond, district FERA and! WPA of the State Department of lantern of the light is 136 feet j I II "The truck driven by Frank left Miami at 9:30 o'clock this licity response and thereafter the state board of railroad com-
The rains come September.f director here, has advised the local I Health. above water. Curry of Key West happened to morning with 265 sacks of mail I clung to it. j missioners. He ran unsuccessfully
torrents making roaring office. Mr. Gilfond is still on the I, Detailed information relative to mean high I I be, on the Miami side of the keys and three passengers for Key From the time he shook from!, for governor when he was 30
the courses can be obtained from I when, the hurricane struck. Since West. It is the vessel 1 Hillsidel{and attained that office four
the of
out of roadbeds, and cease with keys directing the removal of I expected his heels dust a
suddenness, too. bodies and other work to be done!I:Miss Mary Patrick, R. N. by phoning RAYMOND EINHORN : that time Curry on the authorization will arrive around midnight.It cotton farm in Louisiana's Winnf 1 yean later.Defeating.
there. i 467. !i of his employers, has worked is understood the cutter will parish as a tobacco-chewing an attempt to impeach -
In. a radiogram to Key West'I I day and night carrying supplies" to make one stop at the scene of youngster of 16 to. become .' a him, he consolidated his
P.-T. ASSN. WILL the district director said: that the R1VAS' HEARING GOES TO COLLEGE and from the stricken area the rtrajided Steamer Dixie, to traveling salesman, until a' stfbserrient !political power and wee the 1930

order prohibiting persons to land I 1 I deliver mail to the vessel an-1 legislature in 1934 and .federal senatorial proMr and

CONDUCT SESSION ct the key except when on !specific NEW ARRIVAL. ATSHEPPARDS' then come diect to Key Wes 1935! passed laws which transfer 'election from the veteran JosephE.
I, business had the full approval SET FOR TONIGHT I Raymond Einhorn, son of Mr. Passengers on the CarabasseU red control of the state's every RansdelL Finding that his
-- I of civil and medical authorities. and Mrs.,'Ai Einhorn left on the!I are Wilbur Johnson, Pedro Snarez activity to the political machine)|foes planned to acquire the governorship -
I !S. S. Florida last night for Miami -. HOMEMr. and William Manuel. I which he dominated, Long was a- he retained that office
Mrs. W. P. Archer, president of i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS The hearing of Everett Rivas.I en route to Urbana Illinois,' law unto himself. i i!until January 25. 1982. when he

the Harris School Parent-Teacher suspended captain of police, will *!where he will enter the University I In the national field he launched -''took his seat in Washington. That
Association, announces a regular i i There will be a special meeting be held tonight at the city hall|Iof. Illinois for work on a Master's I and Mrs. James Sheppardof PRESCRIPTIONS a campaign to restrict big ins|([same year he helped his close poli-
meeting of the organization 3;.of Key West Lodge No. 163 beginning at 8 o'clock,. according Degree.Mr. 1220 Newton street announce!I Sknifvlly and cmreimlly COBpovnded -]'comes and "spread the wealth"' tical ally, John Overton. win
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in;i: Knights of Pythias on Wednesday to announcement made this after- Einhorn has been awarded I I the birth of a daughter in the r! with only tie paretdrac I by making every person in the Louisiana's other senatorial post
the school.! Sept. llth. at 8 p. m. noon. a scholarship at that University.He .' I-erne. Saturday night. *. CJ 177 fee Quick Service i United States free of debt and from Edwin S. Broetsard.
As this is the first meeting since I I By order of the Chancellor The hearing was to have been graduated last year with a B.!' The little lady has been given I :giving each individual $5,000. Thereafter he shuttled be-
the holidays the president re- Commander. held last night: but was postponed A. degree from the University of i the name ef Elizabeth Mayfield. GARDNER'S PHARMACY'IPhoa. !;This followed Louisiana state enactment tween the national and state
quests that all members be pre]I J. WINFIELD RUSSELL, due to the absence from the 1.{Florida with highest scholastic: I Mother and baby are reported 177 Free Delivery!] of a debt moratorium capitals, defending his state or-
ent. septlO-lt K. R. S. city of Mayor William H. Malone.1 honors. as doing nicely I I I law. (Continued oa Page Four)



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ORIGIN OF ICE CREAM f gentleman's prize went to )tr.},........................
to ttbe! lit!' mtst Cttfccty 1 1I i UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED I KEY WEST IN I Taylor This was a silver penciL J I Today's Horoscope
I I The second'contest proved' Miss
Published Dally Except Sunday By
THE CITIZEN PIBLISHINO CO, INC. Attempts to trace the origin of ice DAYS GONE BY i Louise Curry winner of the first!,...................4....

JOe ALLEN.L. ARTMA\Auutaat.B PrMhUat..1.M. Maa.*.r cream have been generally]] inconclusive, -6y"11 oalc S otiight" i a stockinette doll and Mr. S feirao This degree indicates one .whois
From Tbe Citizen Bii!' ling the invention or discovery of this popular ClautUtttoColb I Happ.aisgs Her Jest 10 Yrar,' Moore won the second prize,' i industrious watchful and pru-
Corner Greene and Ann hJ'eeU Ago Today A* Tak a Fr.m full rigged battleship.
dish being attributed to various nations *+titMU ttsvtat Tt Files Of Th Citucm a dent. There will be many curious
Only Dany Newspaper In Ky West and :Monroe ideas but a constant to the
County.ntered and periods. But ice cream, or something with a dirk of carrot* I Editorial comment; Many men eye
future and the close of life will
!: at Key 'ft'es t. Florida aa and close matter after deploring the terribly law- ;
Flri -lIXTH! TEAR closely akin to if, has been traced as far 'S 1J wBptt The Coast Guard Cutter 298 less condition: of America follow probably- be filled with comfort

Meeker .t Ike AIaCe 1 be' Associated Press Is exelusl.ely! entitled to use good otnut- fuf of a party of young men who; up. ight of earlier days. The paths of
,tor nt;.:+ .atios! of all news dispatches credited and also tot when it was introduced into France, sits had jiaXiui cti- "'q. were reported missing on a launch I for a supply of contraband i iI life which would prove succesful
credited In this
or not otherwise paper
the local news published her. from Italy. rots /tHafipvu ; which left here Saturday on aj;I liquor. '.,are *'arious. as there is much ability -
By 1630, it is said, an enterprising Ont Niaht a4 wait j fishing trip, located the craft and!i> There was another game of j jba..eball -
NATIONAL CMTCRlAiASSOCIATION) ve&d. tAt ttrt act- J ,kf members of the Sand
party on :
))[ iJ Sicilianhad established the Cafe Procope +cuqe/93. I Key this morning and towed the I II between yesterday the Okeechobee at the team barracks and Subscribe to The Gieken20eweekly.
C/f 19 3.5ti in Paris where ice the II I boat 16 t
cream was special this port. Those in the 1 the Key West picked team. This .
RATES delicacy. It became known in Englandand I,party were Maurice Rivas Mark-'1
SUBSCRIPTION; : the of the
Tear ._._.._......._ __._ ...._..._ II 1m Johnson: Walter was fourth game series
31 Months ...n'.n-m... .n......__... Germany much later, and was probably J Lightbourn' and Key Wfest lost' this making KEY WEST.COLONIAL ,
Jerry Navarro and Ed. Marvick.
Tare Months $1..1 four to the
: 1. II in succession, going
rm. Month ._ .__ not introduced into America until .. I Members of the boat's '' HOTELIn
party reported I
Weekly -=_-= .........:=. .- : +. ',visitors. The score was 7 to 3.
AJDVKKTISEf RATES about the time of the Revolution.The t that engine trouble de- -
Made known on application. y first advertisement of ice veloped during the evening aftei i I i Some of the most accomplished V the Center of the Business
cream '
SPECIAL NOTICE I which the young men decided to entertainers in Key West will be'i I and Theater District
All reading notices; cards of thank.,V'resolution of appeared in New York on ,June 8, 1786 put into Sand Key for the night.; ,i beard in the musical recital to be I
{ respect obituary notfc-. etc. will b charged for at te M I I '
the rate of 10 cents a. line. but it was not served In Washington until given by the Woman's Club of)i ii l' First CIa.F"trepr-
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha At of 'I I West tomorrow night
half ff.JJllWt gvS-/5 a regular meeting the Key foci Seasible IUU.
nearly century later when Mrs Alex-
rcTenurf Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. tfrit'r i*1
i1 tAt Benevolent local The affair will be
and Protective order charity.
The Citizen is an open forum and invites discussion
of public Issues and subjects of local or general ander Hamilton used it as a dessert at a I 5ffiU it4,2"r M'uluul BaftUtfi foItsm4w of Elks 551 held last night 12:: directed by Professor Cassioi I. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
cations.Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi- dinner given for President Jackson. The Cod ftLujtr coUtab raft. muuxU.aXtfuLut new members were initiated un-, Brannan. Musical: and vocal numI -.

wholesale ice cream business was originated Jtswn. lna/fuftil D -and fbrtsditioru. der the direction of J. F. Beaver- ,:j I I bers including both classical and! Carat El.v t.r
past exalted ruler, who was mas,': light selections will be on the]I Popular PrU.
by Jacob Fussell of
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST in ter of ceremonies. Those takingthe ,'!program. 1I {

1851 and met immediate success.In /t degree were Samuel B'I ._ ___ '
recent years the use of ice cream 55' Curry Charles Thompson. E. R.,

has been increasing with amazing rapidity, Jrhoul i Albury jr., Bernard J. Waite
Clifford G. Hicks, William V.
1. Water and Sewerage. until its production has almost reached the car f'ff'f ffafit I Albury Eddi A. Strunk 1". Ross
and (
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main proportions of a major industry, being ftftnastitIffore camfiUEifia i Roberts. Warren J. Watrous like A Cake Of Ice
Charles Smith and
land. nearly 350 million gallons annually. ha I Frank Sawyer.E. George

J_ Free Port. The increased consumption of ice
4. Hotels and Apartments. cream is entirely desirable, as it is not onlyan --_ The Racht Thendara, owned t b)

aid to the -- ------ I William R. Porter was sold VQ
= dairy industry, but also is in i
.5. _
Bathing Pavilion. yesterday to John Williams owner 1 lir
... .
6. Airports-Land and Sea., the interest of better nutrition and con- "' TiiF.ii".1 COLORED "RESIDENT I, of a large ranch who is now i r Ii

7. Consolidation of County and City sequently of good health. iti\V\ making his home at Fort Lauder- \
Mr. Williams expects to

Governments. ........j... ee......... DiED'THlSljdORNNGI{ make trips on the vessel to his ,
TAKE THE AIR FOR SPEEDIf ranch in Spanish Honduras and
Temperatures'Highest 1
I will use the Thendara only for
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If you must use a hammer-build a it's any satisfaction to you take note Lowest ____..____ -________.__.__......78 William F. Wilkerson, colored.I several pleasure thousands cruise. He of will dollars spend

house. of three hundred miles an hour or five ,Mean _..._____-....-.........._.-...__-.....84 age: 80, died this morning at 8:20o'clocL making improvements to the in ,tq, 1 / t

Normal Mean .._. ..___...... __83
miles per minute, made by Sir Malcolm Rainfall The deceased was an old ship yacht. I

It looks like Duce is going to play Campbell in his huge racing automobilein Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. builder on the keys and is well t
known to manof the older residents Among other important matter '
the deuce. Utah Norms ._ .26 Ins. : ( U f
; where the salt flats gave him the Precipitation of Key Vest. I I discussed at a meeting of the Ex-

course that was not available on the sandsof ...Thin. .. m r4'r..C'r. t-.r: ._ .peeled.. change Club today was the question 1 rf
.c fo e meek tab 01' b
Tomorrow Almanac ........................ : of bridges to be constructedover f 1
Certainly women can keep secrets- Florida. I Ii Ij
The British has had desire Sun rises ......_.........._ 6:12: a. m. Today's 'e the Over Sea Highway. The i
for a little while. sportsman a Sun sets ......--......-. .-. 6.35 p. in. talk was led by Mr. J. B. Fraser,

to whizz along at five miles a minute Moon rives ...*..-.-....... 5 42 p. m. Anniversaries1750Nicholas who gave an interesting word j FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE

Today is the tomorrow worried and now the ambition is satisfied, we ask, Moon sets ........___._..... 4 53 a. m., picture of toll bridges which REFRIGERATORS cool fre h' and
you Tomorrow Tide .............e.. ee... could be built at once and immediately are' as ,
about yesterday and all is well. "so what? become the healthful a* if they were frozen in a cake of
I A M. P M Biddle
Automobile speeds have already High ..._..__. 8:15 .551 I American naval. officer of, gallant Revolutionary I the county. ; ; ice.' Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof

The way to get ahead is to start first : reached the top limit as far as safety is Low..............-..... 1.34 243: I IBaro..eter days, born in Philadel, l and"absolutely airtight.
with feet and then head concerned unless the nation goes in for 8 a. r... today I phia. Blown up with his ship in Mrs. Robert B. Pritchard wa r $30.00 and $35.00EASY'ttRMSIO'DAYS
your use your ; Sea level 30.00.WEATf1F1. I battle March 7, 1778. a charming hostess to a number:
the construction of special highways. for ----- of friends when she entertained '' ( FREE TRIALOn
of Fortunately FORECASTTill last night in compliment to her
the development super-speed.
-Just when think '
-- you you can make I 1771-Mnngo Park Scottish daughter Miss Pritchard Display At-
Hespah ,
the development of the airplane African explorer, born. Died in i
both ends meet, somebody moves the end. 8 i in celebration of her nineteenth
( p. In., Wednesday) i
seems to obviate the necessity and the West and 1 Africa in 1806. birthday Two !
Key Vicinity: anniversary. Ice l Inc
Thompson Company
V I :
Assisting a criminal to escape the law average man ho'wisheS to ride at SirMalcolm's tonight; Wednesday partly 1787-John J. Critt nden,'Kentucky First were enjoyed by the guests..
probably showers! gentle was a fruit frolic The prize
ia a crime, unless you happen to be a rate wil} go through the clouds ly winds.: ; aiJ'1 lawyer, U. S. Senator. I, for this a hand painted pm', was PHONE NO. 8SHOP

I lawyer. Florida: Showers in north governor Attorney-General un- won by Miss Elizabeth Curry The I
der three Presidents, born'near
IS A: 9-YEAR-OLD A CRIMINAL? tion tonight and Wednesday' II ---J
Versailles, y.Died July 26 --- --
: fair and ,
generally tonight probably
The av.erage asks 86.3'1
politician who for showers Wednesday in south I

criticism: gets it, and generally he is not Judicial officials of an eastern state portion; slightly! coofer Wednesday !' 1806-William Crompton,:: ..................e ee.eee e .. SCCC CSSCICSC.C eSCSCC//...e
one. who can take it. are wondering what to d6 with'a nine- in north portion. 'E'ngland textile manufacturer-in- : ,
ventor father of a noted Inventor -
Jacksonville to Florida Straits
year-old boy who confessed to his father born in England. at
fnd East Gulf Gentle southerly Die<
Elsewhere when a person is promptin that he killed a four-year-old girl after an winds over south portion and mod- Windsor Conn.. May 1, 1891. AT 1

paying his bills he is considered hone; argument over their relative capacities for erate southwest winds over north
weather 1835-William T. }larris, Si.
in Key West he is thought rich. eating peaches. He told his parent that portion tonight and and partly Wednesday overcast with- Louis teacher and superintendent. ,

after they had slapped each other he occasional showers! over north portion one of the famed Concord. Mass' ,

Advice: Send The Citizen fa that struck the girl with a rock. group of philosophers U. S. Commissioner -
I of Education born near
bpy or girl who is going away to school. It One seriously doubts if a nine-year old WEATHER-CONDITIONS North Killingly Conn. Died in '

vtJH keep them informed of the news from child even though guilty of such an act i Providence R. I., Nov. 5, 1909.

home. is subject to punishment according to the Pressure is moderately low this I I: 'I1cLt' ; 1

rules laid down by society for normal peo morning northeastward' from the over Calf the of North Mexico At-J erate 1836 cavalry-Joseph letter Wheeler USA Cbnfed: : %
: A disease which thickens the human ple. Many children of entirely respectable lantic States, New Orleans. La.,I briKadier-general Alabama lawyer

skull may eventually be identified as parents have in their youth approached 29.88 inches, and Boston Ma.1..1 planter and ertngtessmanboinat :

'f\ nature's effort to evolve a more durable perilously near the violation of importantrules 29.76 inches,,fndfains,1)ave* been : Augusta' .;'Ga 'r'f.Died "Jan. 25 i
general duVin thV! fast 24 hoursin 1906. .... _
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of conduct. It not to be wondered
taxpayer. is the Gulf, Strtes,, piddle, Mississippi -t 1
that occasionally]] some little boy or girl !! and Ohio TalUy eastern I, 1839.t f ChaVWSanders; : : Pi if"r! ce, w... ".: ii

r California is suffering from an influx goes beyond the boundary and commits a Lake region. and ..Atlantrc States'!fathed t fojpci3nuaDd "philosopher of i
except central bW\;. Uulhern Fo! -1 j 1r hS! d:: : l6trtrdeV'of Pro giuatm! 4
ol indigent persons. Maybe someone has shocking: crime. I r ida. Heavy rainfall was report. : born a(Ciamftrfdge_ .!), f. : Mass Died t

told them that Upton Sinclair was elected ""ite"IIS? ches:April 19, 1914_ ui: ** i '
,inches At-i fT&fAND !
RAISING MOSQUITOES Galvestoq Texa '11.18 ik -
Janla Ga., 1.12 inches seed Bos- ,,, The grave of Peter Stnyvesant, .
.. -- ton. Mass., 1.12 inches. Tempera- :famous Dutch governor of 'colonial I !
About the only qualification some (Palm Beach Post) 1 j, tures have fallen southward over New York is situated at St.

Ignited States senators seem to have for Health authorities tell us that mosquitoes do the Great Plains and -Mississippi Marks-on-the Bowery. _
being much below the seasonal i
that office is that they are more than 30 not travel far a few blocks perhaps with favor- Valley average in the southern I Subscribe' to The Citizen-20e

years old. able winds; a few miles, perhaps with more favorable Great Lake region. ekJ)". :

ill winds. It is almost true that each family .'---T

w We read that some fellow has invented raises its own mosquitoes. It is not an exact truth, I" I' SAVE MONEY

a self-playing saxophone. Perhaps of course, for if the man across!' the street is growing -

Public these pests, they'll bother you.
ambitious to be known as I

Ivnemy No. 1. Summer is here in West Palm Beach. A mos Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty We carry a complete stock of merchandise i iI

will here all the round look
quito grow year so

: Japan takes what she wants Italy out. If your bird bath is in the shade watch it. Loan Bonds Are Advised To I for your home. Why not drop in and see :

goes after what she wants, ands the only If you have an old fish bowl out in the shade of i ; for yourself? :

uncertain is what natron"' will be the garage, look after it. It does rain once in
See Us With Reference{
the next to do likewise. I awhile, andnot much rain produces heaps of mos- x : : S
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quitoes. To The New Treasury \ Another 53 Piece Dinner Set Worth .
What with the increase oflpensiofcers, : At large health departments have pretty I i iI

of the government, America i LA fast well eradicated 1 mosquito nests. They do not come
approaching $20 WillBeGiven: Away This Week
the avalanches more. No longer are they in- Financing ,
point when we will live by in any x'v j jI"
hexing one another. Then what my little tolerable. Bat they persist as nuisances, and J I ** *

roan? they do this because some persons persist! through !

negligence and lack of watchfulness! in breeding Seith Honda Contracting & Engineering Co.

Plans for the most elaborate observance thent. I The' Fast' National Bank of Key West' \ I" !

of Constitution Day on Tuesday, Sep- Watch all containers that can hold water. :. Plume 598 White and Eliza.Streets

timber 17, in the history of the countryare Punch holes incans when you empty them, break .

being pushed by the National l Constitution "bottles. Don't let water stand in anything unnecessarily Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal : "Your home worthy of'the best*

Day Committee, comprising 60 and if it be needed look> after it. II Deposit Insurance Corporation ..

patriotic, civic and service organizations.Hold Remember nine times out of 10, each com- :1 : ..i..tiC,S...........................................................ioeooooo0000
fast to the Constitution. I munity, almost each block, breeds its own eaters. lit







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sttiOHts: n it.wet:1l i tmnf. 4uHne4 their hold nporr on*day until SPORTSCHICAGO eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I. COLUMN! I (Continued from race One)

fflton Carrvtt nommatm, kat _l 4rdmor_0..wre4 Judith another had arrived. The sleep SENIOR LEAGUE ... ............ .... ... 1 and the mainland, and coast guard
Frame** felto, fmiiy* utanafbtgmatktf. thus lost : Club- W. L. Pct
they -up at odd! moment stations.
tAn Eitfy w .l tk1.. aiCarrell Advertisements under this head
Bermuda Bakery _..... 2 1 .666
*tits healthy "!mals slee '
ptenratfcm t.-ay.sdtk.' : '
Most Da.a.
B..tH _U..* Ad., W .H.... deeply and briefly in uaerpected .y Lope Funeral Home 2 1 .666 will be inserted in The Citizen at Wtf Do

JedirlC.mating and Qrsth.r'Dartd.te a Dart' tmomibtta a. 1d.c+ places: the living room' couch; or*a '-- -- -- --- ---, -- _. -- -- BUy Bee Bakery .... 1 2 .333 the rate of Ic a word for each inI Hurricanes are gigantic "whirl

JudU kertelf that Kmilf ta* swing on the wide verandah. Firemen .._____-___.. 12 .333 sertion but the minimum for the'' winds," winds that swirl at 100
forgotttn all about ravtioi Edwin -- -- -- --- -, first insertion in every instance is miles an hour in a circle as much
Bant at a9wsawd fallen <. Iou wondered with silent mirth
.rt,k Dacfil, T.*. aft rfcttmt .rrpfcfitfartoK I what Frances' Feltqn would have i -/.sells/is/efleefee./ei. SOCIAL LEAGUE I 25c. I,as 500 miles in diameter around a

4lak Ue ..ta morafay. early an a typical said to such-habIts CUBS' IFIREMEN DE1EATBUSY I j Club- W. L. Pet Payment for classified! adver- calm center of about 14 miles.

"I've just had an Idea." David an- I FOLLOWING { Lighthouse' ...-..-- 3 1 .750 tisements is invariably in advance, The whole storm, however, mores !

Chapter sit nounced. CLIMB NEARER BEE OUTFIT I Service ..w_.."______"__..42 .666 but regular advertisers with ledgeraccounts forward >t about 10 or 12 miles 'i i ian

Judith grinned Impudently "No I THROUGHBy > Bayriew Start _.._._ 2, 2 .500 may have their advertisements hour.

.. DANCEUEJJRY. ,wonder you waked us up to tell us." ;' Stowers Park _._...... 0 1 .000 charged. Although the winds are of tremendous 1

di M-t hear that you H. !ignored<
*.*' sBtat Saturday night fa< 'ail!" hive a dance tomorrow night as a t DIAMONDBALL GAMEjPjLAY.ED ( JOVE) street address as well'as their tele-i t r in a hurricane always results ,

ailed Datld! of a 1 field hand. farewell celebratfon! I want to dance I : phone number if they desire re- from the great tidal waves raised
ED LAST NIGHT RESULTSIN .eee..e./.ee./el.e
Heads wriggled and grinned l with! Enilly.-; by the storm.Hurricane .
aweaV tll' God. Mfst David I don'know ''It:* :not-a bad Idea;" Judith conceded SCORE: OF 7 TO 3 Fans' view of the great fight{ Today's Birthdays sults.With each classified advertisement -- damage, although i

'who put dat liquor ta my buggy ,- but H was bora too late WeCan't DOUBLEHEADER FROM between Baer and Louis on the The Citizen will give free an spectacular, is infrequent. Thereis

1 went In de po t-otftce. and some notfce"get as orchestra1 on such! short I i 24th of this month follow: I Poultnef Bigelow of New York, Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for an average of only about seven '
black d'TtI mum stock it ta while(} t'
1 was gone." "We can ni home talent Caesiu (By JOVE) I Mr. Artman-"I pick Joe Louisto traveler, author publicist born it. "tropical storms" a year along
and Cicero< and Damon. CARDSSpreUl The Firemen ten defeated the there, 80 years ago. American coasts, of which only
'" defeat Baer. I think Joe is in
David shouted with mlrtlt. 1 don't I
FOR RENT about one-half reach full hum-
Emily Jaagh' "Imagine_ dancing
Busy Bee Bakery in diamonlballgame I
doubt It !ta the least: a better condition than Baer. No state along J
white Caesar and Cicero< fiddled! cane intensity.
Dr. Arthur II. Compton of the
AitM table Bmny met stir Where did t&ey-get those names?" ( t. The CUI...) at Bayrtew Park last nightWalker Mr. Snultz-"Maxie will win University of Chicago fanned FURNISHED APARTMENT with the south Atlantic and gulf coasts
Electric Ice Box. Archie
the ; Thompson
right- superb antmal that was David 'The pitched a great the if the bout has of even one stormof
grinned. father of NEW YORK Sept. 10.-The game decision goes the physicist and Nobel an average
Irtafr JadftVtf setter own; complacently mount and i presidfufover" aatr' the Caesar and Cicero U literary They Chicago Cubs were given a big and allowed but five hits!, four of limit** I born at Wooster, Ohio prizewinner, 43 years 879J., 1001. Eaton street.sept4-lmox Phone fall hurricane force in any
'* -
ipeff'em'Sezer' and -Sfaro. '
push yesterday afternoon in their which were infield safeties. year.
seven beautiful puppies David Mr. Nebo-"I pick Joe Louis to ago.
And Damon. Judith remarked drive The Bakers scored in the
for the National two
lifted one of them Into her arms drily, "Is League win by a K. O. in seven rounds." BUNGALOW FOR RENTModern -
where It straightway burrowed Into -for 'one'named-wlUr--eood-of the neighborhoods pennant at the expense of the first inning and one in the sec- Mr. Licata-"I think that f Edward R. Johnson of Roanoke,:: conveniences and garages. BENJAMIN LOPEZ

_t> coat and became motionless. <' "" lowly Boston Braves. The Windy ond and failed to put over' anymore Bran has always been noted to Va.. president of Rotary International Apply Valdes Bakery. FUNERAL HOME

"Tiey're bf England's Bln'MfsV Emily 1IA1h d. She had"heard'of City Tribe, with the help of excellent .- scare colored boys, so I think that born at Aurora; HL, 53 : aug8-lmo
pitching and hitting At bat the lealers were: J. Casa Serving Key West
heavy ,
t. told her proudly "The first pups things like that. ,but they didnt seem Maxie is going to spank Joe gears ago.t .
almost whitewashed the C. Garcia and P. Castro
Braves in Louis" ROOMS Half Century
.. .
both games of a doubleheader.The In the field. J. Garcia and E. 24 Hear A-L.Iaace Service
;1. ; i. :; i n Cubs \ !to and I thin: it will be K. .
win a
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:'p .f"i i the Cardinals. Aeeredo: and Goss .fOr'the' Bakers ': D. C., onetime railway executive in price and location, 135 Night 696I -\\

'-' ."'_.1' 1 "':' : ,'; With Collins faltering before i starred. yjji -.:' ,* ..? I O.Water.ridde. .< i'l pick 'Joe chairman of the National running water. 128 N. E. 4th

::., the end of the game and the relief The last two named players in I Planning Board the President'euncle street, Miami, Fla. ang26-lmox
; Louis because I think h!!! is in better 72
I born in China
:- _i pitching' of Heusser proving of no the above paragraph handled 24 I conlitrangipn.Maine." ; yearsago. .
avail, the St. Louis Redbirds lost! chances without an error:*-19. RoJriguez-"I PIANO TUNING
their second straight game to the outs and fire,assists I Felo f pick: Baerto
I put-I win W YJk-ofj ftw$t be a Jerome N. Frank of Chicago,
Philadelphia Phillies Score R. I' PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo.
arid saw one by innings: ,
and a half games melt from their Firemen 600.-Oil. :401-7 ,8 great fight probably! .the best former counsel for the AAA New reno. Excellent' piano for sale!I II t RUSSELL'SCIGAR :s
I I since Dempsey, and ,Tun.ney met t Dealer born in New York 46 I
1018 Division
lead ont the Cubs. Bees .. _. 210000( 000-3 5 5 cheap. street. I I
and Maxie will have to extend
All other games in the National Batteries: Walker and Gabriel; ". years ago. aug26-lmox I,
himself to the limit.
Leceua' were rained out. Ward and A. Acevedo. I ,
In the : YoungFernandez"I think Dr. Robert E. Speer of New FOR SALE
its junior circuit the Detroit i I STORE0
i that Louis will win but he will the ,
Tigers kept their eight anda '' .. ...4.....loeeee55eee York; secretary of Presby-
'I' have to do a lot of fighting; andI terian Board of Foreign Missions TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
half-game lead over the Yanks
intact as they went to victor Doings Around Tie i will"take a few bets to that ,since 1891; born at Huntingdon, sheets; 75c The Artman Press. -0-

Over the Washington Senators tak- effect. Pa., 68 years ago. aug7
Gelf links i John Borden-"I thinkit will Baseball Returns
ing the contest 5 to 4,- while the t
/ iL.Vi i be a great fight but at present it Franz Werfel famed Austrian PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
New York Yankees also their
defeating the Cleveland won Indians ,is hard to tell who is going to win. author,, born 45 years ago. cards, $1.25. The Artman, By Wire
game;; (By GRAVY) ,Both are.. very good fighters." Press. ang7:
5 to 3.
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I Earl Adams-"I think that Subscribe! to The Citizen. -0-
The Philadelphia Athletics triumphed
PRINTING-Quality Printing at
Louis will win the fight.
over thelast-place St. Why not pause and shed a tear II 1 Prices. The Art COME IN AND GET THE
Pedro Sosa-The Jack Doyle t take bets on either one on a two- the Lowest
Louis Browns 11 to 5. for those bereaved A cheer fort ( RESULTS THE
I(I !of Key West. He wants to bet 8 ,' to-one basis." man Press. aug7
The Chicago-Boston is to those who offered '
game a helping hand ;ito Bro" Bomber "I Baer to MAJOR BASEBALL
,to 5 on the vn Any ; Berlin Sawyer- pick
1 be played at a later date. I one who needed it but
perhaps one who wants some of this easy beat Lewis, but it is going to be SECOND SHEETS-600 for SOc. I! LEAGUES0
The summaries follow: I thereby lost his own life and fail- ,hey may call at 605 Duval : a hard f fight. The Artman Press. ng7;
NATIONAL LEAGUE ed in being honorable hero A Ii I -
Y an and he Trill { Stickney-"I fa- I
1 C street cover you. Frank (Stag)
Ai St. Louis R. Ii. E. kick-in-the-pants to him who re- WANTED I i i CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
Willard Russell-"I pick the i vor Baer to beat Louis and I think
"Your no,e I* sunburned" David Mid tenderly. Philadelphia _...._ 491 fused to lend a helping hand in SOFT DRINKS
black panther to win easily from >it will be by a K. 0. ,
he aired after he won the All-Age at quite credible. David'smiled at her. St.Batteries Louis ,, ,.C.. Davis and 370 Wilson order to save his own rotten skin. t the Baer, the clown of the ring." I r' Jonah-'Tse picks Louis, o' WANTED dhanee to bid on I I ETC.

Grand Junction tast winter." I "Don't mind Jnde. She's an evil- : ; Roy Hamlin-"I think it is go-I course. He's me cousin, don't your next printing order. The I I I
Collins Huesser and Del and
girls hajve missed
In Emily's existence the mechanism minded hussy. ncey. we ,ng to be a- great fight and I will { ya know!" Artman Press. ang7 J t
you and the Royal and Ancient !
reproduction, even In aaigaal
"I'm nOL I'm a realist" She went
First Game ----
baA Ner been-a subject for Pastime but occasionally things
mixed company. Puppies and colts. back the original subject.- rheydon't 'At Chicago R. 11. E: appear which are insurmountable

ute babies were Acts of God and know any music newer than Boston ...._...___.._.._.... 141 and thereby hangs a tale. But let
'Down the Riverside
not processes of natnre. In the face Wreck of by Ninety-Seven., or The Chicago _.___......._.. 5 10 2 us get on with our; golf game.

of David's enthusiasm she was suddenly Batteries: Brandt and Spohrer;

ashamed of that. too. She d D"t they! Cicero's got a : Carletoif' and Hartnett. The engineer of this columnwas

crooned over the puppy. her cheek graphophftne one of' thou pleasantly surprised to findon FIRMSWho
against its -bidden satin bea Cam his desk the following contri
with h6rn
things a morning-glory -
"If let David's At Chicago R. H. E. can
you'd me. eyes and every Saturday night they g.t butions. If you guess the
were eager. "I'd like to give you one a new' record at the ten-cent: store Boston .......*_..____.____ 191 author, before you finish the first

of them. and play It until It wears through, Chicago ..&_.._.._ 251 two lines, the company will award
Frances Felton had never approved which Is usually Monday morning. I t Batteries: Frankhouse and you two fur-lined cuspidors that Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
of dogs. They barked and couldn't figure where they were : Spohrer; French and Hartnett. may be worn in the winter-time
broke things. Frances Felton In that ceto'l 1
ting the money,so I Investigated as ear muffs or perhaps hearing
Instant was as remote as Heaven. found that they were swapping the New York at Pittsburgh" post- preservers when encountering Ber-i

"Ob. David! she whispered. But manager of the store a dozen eggs I poned, rain.Brooklyn.' I 1m Sawyer after handing Bob I
he seemed content with that
for a record. Stowers a'neat lacing.. So here I!
Star American Coffee R 0 S
They rode slowly back to the at Cincinnati; post- I JOHN c. PARK' 1FT'SYou'll
house, their horses rubbing? shoulders "Ton don't pay the hands here. .I goes with the contributions "Poor
he explained: parenthetically to poned, rain. Pious. It seems that a threesome .
along the narrow road. The sun find out how -
Emily, "because they wouldn't even --- I. consisting of Pions" Wrthe; our : FLORAL PIECES A
climbed higher,and the smell of CASH GROCERY
warm earth and good leather was know how to count money much less AMERICAN LEAGUE County Tax Assessor and Li 328' SIMONTON ST. it is when you try

like a drag to their senses. keep It. You give them an 'order' for At Philadelphia R.' R.' E. Plummer waged a threecorneredbattle the first cup, Jb 25c. SPECIALTY'

Your nose Is sunburned David what they need. St. Louis ..._...._-- 5 li 3 'I Sunday morning. Wafted 1101 Division Street

said tenderly. "I think It's going to "Last Sunday I rode past their Philadelphia ..-......-. _..11 7 1 I into the starter house from No. I P L U M-B.I N'C.URGO; tb 18eJ PLANTS and VINES

peeLHe leaned over and kissed It cabin and they were playing Tea We Batteries: Caldwell and Hems- I tee was that voice that could only j v. &S m 15c. PHONE 29 .
lightly. Have No Bananas.' Five hours later I ley; Ferrazzi Lieber and B'erry'j l I belong to Li, sounding off as fol-j f M '

She should have protested because i when I rode back they were playing Yo-- : lows: 'Boys I'll show ycu a brand Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA StaIe J and Fancy
the road was unprotected. She said :-you guess. At New R. H. E.1 i of golf you never saw before. DUROPUMPS, .

Instead; "I've had the best time I "Tes, We Have No Bananas*" I Cleveland :3. 10 0 I This was in answer to a challenge ( Groceries

ever bad In all my life. ;Judith cried and bowed to an Imag :' New York __._...___ 5 10 1 : for a 'cold one* by Otto. And the PLUMBING( 'suPPL ES STAR 'CUFFEE MILL NURSERY

:inary audience. Then she nodded. I' Batteries:. Hudtfn,' Winegarner : outcome is that Pious is now due 512 Greene Street complete Line Fresh
TWO nights later, after Emily and "Tour Idea's vindicated' darling; and Phillips; C. :Brown, Murphy ta throw away his sticks) .golf t PHONE 348 Phone 256

had gone to bed. David we'll have the dance tomorrow night. and Dickey. i balls, bag and even his resin: bajr. J i PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables

softly opened tbe door of their room. ,Now get out; you seem to manage I It all comes of Pious making a ;
"Are you asleep!" be whispered :without sleep but we cant. ''II I'II At Washington R. H. E. vow that when Li trounced: him he '

hoarsely He rose mnctantly: and stooped to Detroit ..__.. 5 12 1 .I would throw his golf equipment SELECT 'SEA FOODS'READ HAPPY DAY ARE HERE

"Not DOW" Judith assured him ,,kiss them both. Emily held her Washington _.._.. ._..___.. 491 I away and quit. But can anyone -
and snapped on the bed-light."Is" thisgoing breath as he bent over her. and wondered (Called, end of 7th darkness), i imagine W. W. W. (Pious Willie Jewfish, Z IbI. 35c INSURANCEYelliwtail

lie came to be In a bed-time and sat on story the!foot of desperately bow she was going Batteries: Crowder Hogsetteand I to you) ever lea-ing his greatest I Steak, 2 IL.. 3Sc THE KEY WEST trl
to endure an existence that didn't In. Cochrane; Russell and Bol- lore the Frau! Oh -
the bed. regarding them eagerly.Emily save one, yes. Yellowtail Boa.. 2 Ib25e Office a 319' Daraf: Street A-
smiled at him and wonderedat elude David. ton. before I forget; Otto K. paid for Cro.per.2 ILl. 2Sc '
tbe ease with which she had There were sixty people ranging i the\ 'cold ones' beeansa that SUNDAY STAR
Chicago at Boston, to be played Snapper 2 0... ZIc _
grown accustomed to having a man In age from fifteen to seventy, at I 'brand of golf' produced a sweet '
pop Into her room at all hours. Sbe David's dance. Two of the vast on later date.DIAMONDBALL. i 90 oft' account o* a few patches of Mottos raa', 2 Ih.- 2Sc V'N 1

had never known a family with so rooms had been cleared. and the polished I grass and weeds that appeared Sabscriptien .2 Per Year

little regard for convention and conventional floors' gleamed darkly la the TILT surrounding Otto's ball which FRESH SHRIMP -THE-- Try Your Mr. AI
hours. light from crystal chandeliers [ were no doubt due to Otto's play- Large Select Oysters Key Weat' Only Sunday _

Last night, after having bid each It was Emily's first experience ing as" well as the inclement: weather Fresh Crab Meat ia If'cans,65c Paper Delmonico Restaurant

other goodnight, they had congregated with real negro melodies and the TOMORROW NIGHT cf the past! ; few weeks.:". FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLEN
BuaiDeaa Office Citizen Boer ____.._
thirty minutes later. In various rhythmic minors with which the or* I And now dear reader do you not Bidwas.r lie

'stages of undress, for an Impromptu chestra endowed trite music set her -- know the author of the above LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis Coarse Dl.uere. --.......
of the blood throbbing. You realized,listen coiipy
game poker on living-
fairy tele! \
room floor. ing to them that the Jungle was very (BY JOVE) PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------- 504 75c' sad 85s

Living so completely In the pres- near Tomorrow night in the Senior I. }II'. William-; Wesley (Pious i iI

ent as tney dId they bad no real Interest (Copyright. .,.Hit, .y Jforim Mm/ League,- the Bermuda Bakery ten Hokey Pokey? Watkins says that
or belief in the arrival of a '--- and the Lopez Funeral Homers I, Mr. AARON McCONNELL
Tomorrow, Emily 'Is proposed It he still maintains that when Our Reputation''ii Wrap.. PRITCHARD .
tomorrow, and they never relln- for th. first time o liar Mts. will meet at Bayriew Park. Lionel Hammersleigh Plummer Flemfaw street -

-. ,- ; I _.' These two clubs are tied for the I that be ped in package JENNIE'538 D1'BOER
_. ,___.1-- 'L __ beats him in a fair match 'nrt
league lead and the team that
will throw his golf equipment into - 1[ ing. ,machine,, with eye-pointed wins will automatically go into the Atlantic ocean. # ofI '
N '
11924Leopold the lead.
In History I needle. A. Lunn will pitch against > WatcL PRINTING DlplEW. Sppathdc ,
Mr. Otto (Tax Assessor) Kfrchbeiner -
... I. -- Blondy Roberts. Dxta
.ee.1..Il.l.eeee.i. .1 that before did 1 :
I and Loeb of says never c-rtetr:
1785--Treaty of amity and : he meet a gale of wind the first ; DONE BY US
Chicago sentenced to hfe-impnson- NOTARY- PUBLIC
of the weeK coming from the ,
commerce between U. S. and Prussia :- EMBALMER
ment. vicinity of Matecumbe and then WATCHMAKER, JEWFLEit THEARTMAN .- LICENSED
concllld 'I -- ,
meet the same-kind of a gale the AND ENGRAVER

1925-TurkS ordered to wear GAMES TODAYBy first part of the next week and 1 See' Rini For Your-Neat SPEe! p Aa&. 8ee 3.tTlee !
1813-Perry's historic victoryon hats and adopt surnames. coming from the rkinity of Lionel ,
Lake Erie-MWe have met the Hammersleish PInmnrer! CitizeaBI4I LADY ATTENDANT i
enemy, aid they are ours." 1932-Ex-Msjyor James J. ( JOVE) I eunr 9 t. 1S-I t. t Citlzelf:Office -
I Walker of New York City left for The Social Lqgne will play a meet the Bayriew Stars in the PHONE 5"1
Ow. Saturiar Nlgttl PLO,. S4& Never 3 1s1 '
I and the Administration
Europe saying be would be gone doubleheader this afterriOO1at Opening game -

1846-Elias Howe of Boston I for twenty days--talking,of coming -, Bayview Park. win play the Lighthousecrew t _
received patent for his first sew- i back'nOW. I The Stowers' Part if Will in the second game. '



FOUR: TUL ; .; '_-: : 7 ,


ASSAILANT'S BULLET Ford Greets Half-Millionth Visitor MALARIA'NOW


:-: :-: (Continued from Page One) HOLD SERVICE

................................................. ganization against attacks and re-:
it until his personal

Mable Maud Demeritt>t And Cad power inforcing virtually was absolute i The Rev. John B. Culpepper,
pastor of the First Methodist
while in Washington he kept him- Church will !
Coles Married Here Saturday i preach in the Trinity
self in the spotlight by bitter at- I Presbyterian Church this evening

-- tacks upon the national adminis- beginning at 8 o'clock according.
Saturday afternoon in the parsonage who is associated with Mr. Colesin tration. I to announcement made today.

of Fleming Street Methodist the service of the P. and O. S. Although Long's opponents dub- r I, :There will be an anthem by the

church Mable Maud Demerftt S. company. bed his pet measures "claptrap"or A'' GIFT To HaaaoaQ I choir in connection with the proposed -

1 :* daughterof; Mr. and l Mrs.,Paul buss Coles is employed in the worse and sought to discredit I Y1SITlR service, ;it is stated

Demeritt became the : bride;: Vf him by pitiless exposure of per-
public\ :relations department of the 1
Cad Coles. The ceremony was fonal scandal he went blithely on
Peele.: Key'est" WPA administration.Mr. CHURCH
performed by Rev. Shuler his way. lie had undisputed CIRCLEPLANS
'Coles': is senior with
Witnesses to the ceremony were purser talents as a shrewd lawyer always -
Leoooroa Acherson, close friendof the P. and O. S. S. company and rewarded his adherents and 1
Armengol, is attached to the S. S. Florida. MEETING
the brifee and Alfred., n; waged incessant: warfare against

----f his foes but chiefly he relied upon THE

........... ... .... .................... a rare persuasiveness as a ANOPHELESMOSQUITO
I There will be
when to a meeting of the
speaker. He knew just
II PERSONAL MENTION u..c. say "ain't" when to quote scripture -! Daughters of the King held to-

I sorrow afternoon beginnnig at CAUSES MAURU
......... ............... and when to speak logically ,
.a..................... .. o'clock, at the St. Paul's Church
an. clearly. WITH
Miss Carolyn Grissett left on the j Miss Elizabeth Ayala daughterof That talent was displayed early.I .- according to announcement made AND FEVER

S. S. Cuba last night for Tampa' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ayala left I In his high school he dabbled in today.A .

enroute to Tallahassee to begin on the Steamer Florida last night track athletics as a mile runner I: request is made for a large

her freshman year at the Florida for Miami' en route to Tallahassee and he always played baseball at' l attendance of members

.State College for Women. to resume her studies at Flor- any opportunity but chiefly he, : !
I ida State College for Women. debater and his forensics' he canvassed Louisiana for Over-
was a
hi ton and thence took his sound
bits J. Gerry Curtis and daugh-
i won him a scholarship at Louisiana: .
tern Misses Betty and ,Carol left,, Norman Artman son of Mr. State University. Lack of money: trucks and literature distributing

on the Florida last night for Miami -:,, and Mrs. L. P. Artman. left last for living expenses and books: automobiles to the Dakotas in ad- Kill the Disease in

where Masses Betty and Carol f)night on the S. S. Florida for Miami forced him to forego that oppor-: above are "Miss Vari poration. "Miss Variety with the vocacy the of Roosevelt's election to ,

.,,ill enter school. Mrs.! Curtis en route to Philadelphia, Pa., tunity and he turned his ready! PICTURED, hostess of the ex- help of the Human Ford.In the presidency.
Down in Louisiana
will remain for about two months.I where he will enter the Peirce tongue to selling "on the road." I ecutive committee of the Variety background presented the radio. Gov. Long'aexpenditures
of $79,000,000 in the the
i Business College for a course in After winning admission to the' Jubilee, sponsor of the American Thousands of people from all over 1931 Blood !
Kirke left year reacted into a state;
Wallace Bryant the have
accounting. country visited the Ford
one in
bar. he hung out a shingle Beauty Event to be held in Atlantic
the S. S. Cuba last night for! Exhibit which includes in additionto treasury crisis and in 1932 an ex
Winnfield and launched himself
Tampa to be joined later by Mrs.): J. Lancelot Lester Jr., left on'i into politics. In 1918 he was elected City lionth In visitor Sep; mbet"nd to the Ford) the.half-mO-Exhibit on a complete display of Ford and tensive program of fresh taxation I I tl thick Malaria this mosQuitos year and biting are flying right not Grove's mere Tasteless ative.Itisedefisite Chill T"ntc'u!

Kirke and their daughter Jean! the S. S. Florida last night for Lincoln cars and Ford trucks, lab- was put through. It started
1 commissioner and
state railroad Steel left. Many being treatment
Pier at the resort. The 500- persons are for Malaria and the accompanying
and go to New York for several i Miami where he will have his eyes for the north Louisiana district' 000th guest of the exhibit was JamesJ. oratory testing apparatus a comI I r volt which climaxed in are-I I infected and going down with the ekillt and fever It

months. j I'|; treated and expects to return to his residence from Winn- pletelyeiiuipped "Service 1935. when the Square Deal dread disease. attacks the infection in the blood
changed SeantaD
___ !['Key West Thursday morning on aeiyi6er of the Yeadon, where F nl' lerll'Jn School"j sociation organized by anti-Long! Be on your guard! Treated and that is the only way to get rid
field to Shreveport began Pa.. poll.1 frorc >He received his
as I
trained numerous pUyandintelligentlyMalariaca of the disease.
G. M. Bulloch of the United the same steamship. people assembled in Baton Rougeto
in his long fight with the Standard. reward"%fcord radio presented by plays and an eihibit'featnrinr. the demand that Gov. Allen be quickly checked and youwon't Besides its remedial action.
mail service.
States j i sum-
railway Oil company. : the Phllco Radio and Television Cor- Henry Ford Trade School. I have to go through the terrible Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic hasa
Key West since before the hurricane -]!I Leon Saunders. of the United.Pipe Lines Ruin Long's Oil Stock I,mon the legislature in special suffering-the teeth-chatter- tonic effect of great value in
of forces in --------- -- ------ remedial session. Senator chills and the
in charge of shipments States customs Tampa He related his -- Long ing burning fever. overcoming ravages of Malaria.

mail for Cuba and from Cuba. who was in Key West with Mrs i,that Winnfield in autobiography he. All 15 were rewarded by political bon boulevard in that city shifting hurried there. Many of the square I At the first sign of any attackof You pick up much faster.
as a attorney Malaria
relatives dealers were armed and the ,adopt these intelligent Taken during the Malaria season -
left last night on the Florida for Saunders and son, visiting I
.'had acquired stock in several independent preferment. |j[ his residence from ShrevePort I measures. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonicis
Miami en route to Jacksonville. I and recuperating from disability militia and state police were called
oil either I an excellent preventive measure.It .
companies as Long ran for the United States Watch'Diet!
out. One citizen
caused by an abcessed' I :: was wounded, will do much to combat infection.
In response to a telegram from knee left for Tampa on the Cuba fees for legal work or by purchase senatorship in 1930 won a closely Kingfuk Heard In Senate I and extensive bloodshed' narrowly j] Eat light foods, preferably .Many take a tablespoonful or
from clients
L. E. Spencer assistant general]: last night accompanied by his I In Shreve-j contested democratic primary and I The senate custom that new was averted. j, liquids such as fruit juices milk, two a day as a protection.
port he built a $40,000 was elected in November without, members listen : Coincidentally soups etc. Keep your bowels open
freight agent of the Florida East family. and learn meant Long opened a Play Safe!
was "in a fair way to becomeing formal opposition. In the same by using a mild cathartic if necessary.
the personally conducted
Coast Railway Will Baez I nothing to. red-haired Huey. court inquiring -
a millionaire" when the big com- election I Grove's Tasteless
bond issues of Chill Tonic is
t, ficient clerk in the export pro-I Miss Otilia Marques who was $68.000- He declaimed his "share-the- : into an alleged plot whichhe After meals, and before going i
panies controlling the pipe lines. 000 for roads and of $5,000,000 no new or untried preparation. It
of the FEC and P. and O. spending a vacation wiah relatives refused to take oil from independent for Louisiana's wealth"project and denouncedhis said his enemies had formed to to bed take a tablespoonful of has been In use for nearly half
Company !left on the Florida last; in Havana returned yesterday' 33-story capitol. party's leader Senator JosephT. kill him. The hearing was con- Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonics a century and its harmlessness

night assigned to duty at Miami'afternoon on the Cuba and will I wells. "My shares became were approved. I'I Robinson of Arkansas, for"compromising" ducted inside! a ring of machine (Children smaller doses, as the has been proven. This is point to

accompanied by Mrs. Baez. j jMrs. resume her studies at Key West worth less than 40 cents overnight Ordinarily Long would have with the republicans guns and bayonets and Long, directions say.) remember when you hear about,or i
he said. Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic is "
taken his seat in the federal senate claimed are offered some "magical" newpreparatiOD.
after it
High School. In one of his early speeches that he had a noted remedy for Malaria. It .
The "cure" be
BWin; I Long manipulated a finding fa- on Mtarch\ 4. 1931 but he had may
Harry and niece,] ) he became so personal in his proved his contention. contains quinidine or tasteless worse than the disease.
vorable the
to '
left last night for Tampa on thei. Miss Evangelina Gomez returned -: independents fallen out with the lieutenant gov- comment upon fellow senators quinine, and iron. The two-the Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic

S. S. Cuba where she will spend.') yesterday from Cuba where through the public service commission ernor. Dr. Paul Cyr and decided!that he was forced to stop. tasteless quinine and the iron- may be given even to little children
and later the legislature to hold to the are contained in the form of that's bow harmless I
: on governorship un-, PALACE a it 1st Keep
several weeks with relatives and she was visiting relatives accompanied -I declared the pipe lines public carriers I til he could be assured that no'' In February 1932, Long;:: was .' peasant syrup that even children that in mind when taking a mediciBe
friends. I by her cousins. Misses Elvia back in New Orleans had himself Douglass Montgomery in e for Malaria.
I political foe would
and Herminia Pulido\ who will succeed him.; named democratic national com- HARMONY ] Quinine as yon know: is the only All drug stores sell Grove'
Miss Goldie Lewinsky, daughter spend several weeks with the. When elected governor in 1928, I Dr. Cyr finally went before a!I mitteeman and supervised selec- LINE Specific for Malaria and in Grove's Tasteless Chill l Tonic in two sizes

of Mr. and Mfs.!\ Frank Lewin Gomez family. Long went after his political foes, I notary and took the oath of governor tion of a delegation to the party's I Musical Comedy Tasteless Chill Tonic you get quinine -tOc; and $1.00. The dollar size is
I clearing them out of various state filing an ouster suit against1Long. I in tasteless form without the by far the more economical Adopt
left the Florida
sky, on night convention in
Chicago. Matinee: 501Oc; Night; 10-l5c bitterness. Combined with the the of wisdom and
offices and arousing bitter en- I The latter, declaring that course: : get a
for Miami and from there will go Mrs. Ana Fernandez and Miss I Before that body met he came out tasteless quinine, you get IRON I II bottle today.
mities. In 1929 when he
March Cyr his action
to Tallahassee where she will bet!f Celia Fernandez, who were visit-! by had vacated the in favor of the Roosevelt candi-
called a special session of the l legislature office of lieutenant
gin her senior student year at ing relatives in Havana returnedon governor'dacy for the presidential nomi-
to enact tax of 5 cents
caused O.
a A.
King president --- -- -
Florida State College for Women. the Cuba yesterday afternoon: pro nation and when his delegation's
a barrel on crude oil, the storm tempore of the state
senate to I 1
-r accompanied by Miss Maria de la I credentials were challenged wona An Index To
Harry Sherman who was Paz who will be the guest of MX.\ I assume that post then went into majority vote in the convention -

spending his vacation with his!and Mrs. Gonzalo Bezanilla. I The house of representatives! I court and personally argued a victory -, hailed as the first test of
presented articles of impeachment i against the ouster suit. I
mother Mrs Fred Kirtland and Roosevelt strength.
I containing 19: charges. : His next 1 ..
grandparents. Judge and Mrs. J. G. C. Ledlow train despatcher: move was to engineer' After the convention he cam- RELIABLE
Among them accusationsthat O. K. Allen
Vining Harris left on the Florida with the Florida East; Coast Rail-i were through the gubernatorial paigned in Arkansas for Mrs Hattie -

last night en route to his home at I way Company at Key West left, he had attempted to_ bribe primary of January Caraway who won the democratic
legislators used the : 1932. the FCT
appointive whole slate
Plympton, Mass. to resume his on the Florida last night accom-I Long for senatorial nomination. Then
power to influence the judiciary state offices and a majority of his
studies at high school. panied by Mrs Ledlow. soon t

I as the railroad is put in and limitations flaunted on the the constitutional governorship: ning nominees also. for Then the he legislature win- MONROE THEATERAnn I fiRMS
Miss\ Rosemary Whitney who Mr. Ledlow will bid in entrained for !
was the guest for several weeksof West station he said. service'j I that he had told a bodyguard to Washington. leaving King as act.! Sothern-John Buckler in I

1>lr. and Mrs. James liiggg atl I kill an opposition legislator and ing governor until election formalities EIGHT BELLS I
that he had participated in a in November gave the! -also- ----- -- -----
their home on Petronia streetI( Miss Barbara Taylor daughterof
scandalous "studio party" in New office to Allen. Also he formed! SHE GETS HER MAN
last the
night on Cuba fort Colonel and Sirs Hugh K. Taylor 1
Orleans. law ) I ,
Tampa en route to her home in left on the Steamship Cuba a partnership in New Orleansj Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra -

Ocala. yesterday for Tallahassee to resume Senate Minority Saves Him and purchased a home on Audu- ; 15-20j Night 15-2Sc

her studies at Florida State Long defeated the impeachment t

Mrs. Francis Moore, who with College for Women. proceedings in the senate. A two- FOLLOW TOE ARROW !
.thirds vote to r.t r.
Mr._ Moore have been guests fMr. I was necessary convict 'I'I'.4T.I.I'.I"'I'I".I'.Ar4'.I"I.I'I.I.
Moore's i and he got 15 senators, one
brother-in-kiw and Jack
; Pierce, son of Mr. and '
sister Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mof- Mrs. L. M. Pierce left yesterday I more than one-third to sign a .

fat. left last night on the S. S. morning on the Cutter Carabasset -.I statement that they would not
:vote for impeachment because "Make Your ---And You Will Find In This
Cuba for Tampa en route to Ocala' for Miami and from there!I Paper Pay
the articles drawn.
were faultily
where she will visit relatives. I proceed to Tuscaloosa. Alabama

and enroll for course of studies in I Directory Stores Which Aim

Miss Mary Alvarez who was'the science of aeronautical engineering You Dividends! ,
the house guest of Miss Fortuna :

Lopez daughter of Mr. and Mrs )C To Serve and Please You. They

Aquilino Lopez at the home on Miss' Margie Roberts daughterof sfiL..JFLORI S ,

Duval street, left last night for Mr. s
and Mrs. G. C. Roberts of DATI.
her home in Tampa. I 1307 Petronia street left last Invite You To Visit Them!
Money Prices
night on the Cuba for Tampa and 4ACoKSONVf.. .

Miss Rose Appel daughter of, from there will proceed to Talla- GEORGE e1

Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Appel left on' hassee to resume her studies at WASHINGTON

the S. S. Cuba last night for'. Florida State College for boo r.-...a --- --------
Women. S
Tampa en route to Tallahassee to ..a. _-dal.-... ; i 51P.ayd..n. Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -

begin her freshman year at Flor- Jacksonville'* t*.*l.. Htl .n..s.'IV-..-. ..HoooI...."... closely for special savings on your INSURANCE MEATS I SIIOE REPAIRING

ida State College for Women. THE : ...... .. S household necessities. Make
SEMINOLE M zr-eT your paper pay you
awGAIAGEi. .... .
I dividends. The j
John Lowe of the export of- RATES SlO.J w most interesting; news in the
Rirere and I I H. ...
Jeffer on Hotel Building Sons Prop. Diamaodi p. .
fice force of Florida East Coast MAYFLOWER paper today is the advertising where you can
Railway Company called to I Surety Bond. Automobile Belt Prices Hlgnctt Q..litylOIcI! Shoes Mad. A* Good A. New
was I roll Rm-.i save many dollars on the family budget by
Miami for duty in that office and s.i.I 51e.w Life and Accident Insurance Phone 479-J Daval! at PetroaU! 612 Dival Street
a patronizing those merchants who advertise their S
left Sunday by plane. .
r ;i... .r inns. r+. M I

Mrs. Ampara Cabrera, of Havana -
iz ,
arrived yesterday on the S. RATESfY00adarFLAGLE1 I S


Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S Yoa'll Like The Prints We Make Cold Beer At AD Time Baker of Baker Boy BreadCake

Jr., for a few days. Jacksonville. FloridaCIIAS. tIS .-...... I PURSE. i Photo EnCUrging A Specialty Pay U* a VuitD and Pastries
._. ''r.1' ........ ...
B. CBINER. erA 1'i.- val) At Petroala Street PLo_ 818 812 FhmUg St.
check human, home-like Institution r.. -..... 606 Dual Street :
>where yon will find year 1..1.-,...l. --u."l v I I .
MALARIAin comfort and entcrtnlnmcnt a mat. GAL-,GEL 4ooectI, A merchant who advertises his prices
6 666 6 6,: great Importance. IATESS1..oo.. PLUMBING FISH PRESSING

3 day I -0I charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a I I ... ,, ,
.II.a.. loeat'
A tel flrrnroor
non-advertising merchant
COLDSf In tae seam of ... city charged 40 cents for. i THOMPSON PLUMBING DEMERITT BROS. FISH FERNANDEZ-?;4

.L4 Tablet. r 1 Why this big' difference? I COMPANY COMPANY | GONZALEZ
>rtl dm- I I Every Room with Combination Tub
... .
Salve N Dr.. TONIC ad LAXATIVE and S.ower Bath. Radio. Electric r ++aaIIu I "Get Oar Prices Fint" FUfc Tvrtlc -CrawfUh j Dry Aeaaisg-Preusg

lOilinc Kan. Slat Door for Summer Sheet Foot of Front Street rant Class Alteration
I Metal Work Daytoa P
'S mp
I['Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with By patronizing the merchant who present

I i'Uattreaac traction and of Inner Individual Spring Reading Con- d! 11K rt : their prices frankly and openly each week you I 132 Simonton St. Phono 536 koM 44 Free Delivery 928 DivtMO St.


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Located at Z4: R.._.. Private Bath *.$8 -...wr.s.,-t./K ;Make your paper pay you dividends S Jersey Super,Quality Ico -.. Paint Job That Hold Up
_. RATES act d _
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xml resolution
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