The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
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Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 11, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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,, For Aftaociated 55-Years Service.PTCJU Devoted Ajrq the ... b C 1&Cp Wtzt Citizen

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Rivas Reinstated By Council COAST VESSEL GUARD BRINGS AN APPRECIATION:I Democratic Senators Up For- Reelection

At Meeting Held Last Night;: Miami FUu,

I IN JLS. MAILCUTTER Sept. 11, 1935 Greatly Interested In Coming CampaignWILL

The Key West Cili...,


Assemble At City Hall ROLLS TWELVE FORTY-FIVE Leaving for New York today. Unable to secure address I URGE ROOSEVELT TO BUILD I Many Are Busying Them

of Frank We would like to extend thanks to him
Chambers To Hear Proceedings O'CLOCK FROM MIAMI WITH Carry. I BRIDGES IN MEMORY OF VETERANS selves With QuestionAs
PRESENT YEAR through your paper. Curry was on the scene when my friendwas
To Who Will Head
in trouble across Stake Creek and was advised not to

attempt to to across, but Carry made answer to his friend, Build the bridges over the highway ; DR. GALEY \Mil Senate CommitteeBy
REGISTRATION OF STUDENTS Coot; Guard Cutter Cai-abas-t
"Where duty calls, I will have to go." gaps as a monument to those
Everett R. Rivas, impended SHOWN TO BE ONE HUNDRED ." sett arrived 12:45 o'clock this I
He was advised again by this friend not to make. the trip veterans who lost their lives during RETURN TO CITY
captain of police was reinstatedat MORE THAN FOR PRE. morning from Miami with 265 HERBERT PLUMMER
.fid he answered "Columbus sailed three thousand miles the hurricane which swept the sir A_ia the hearing held last night by VIOUS YEARRegistrations THIS AFfERNOON WASHINGTON I Sept. 11.-
sacks of mail for Key West and
across the sea, and 1 can surely go thirty-five feet to save a I Florida Keys, is the plea to hepresented
the Council. Rivas was suspended Democratic senators for re*
City Havana and sailed 2 o'clock, one man's life." p
to President Roosevelt:
oa ,June 25 by Mayor William I on the rolls of hour end 15 minutes after arrival,j I Hoping this paper will publish this so that the community MOST OF OTHER OFFICIALS election in 1936-and ther are
students for the four county pub- by American Legion Posts auxiliary -
H. Malone on charges pre.' lic schools in Key West show an with 25 sacks of mail for the north.! in which this boy lives will know, that they have one hero organizations and Spanish AND INDIVIDUAL WORKERSARE 19 of then*-already are con.

ferred by the chief executive in increase of 100 for. the school The Carabassett is to make but that yet lives. ALSO EXPECTED HERE corning themselves with the problem .
year of 1935 ever that of 1934. W.r Veterans Camps all over the
connection with a liquor capture, one more trip in the mail service HARRY SP \R.New York City. SOME TIME TONIGHT of who shall be chosen chair
This increase i if highly gratifying United States.
with mail
arriving tomorrow night 6
that was effected on Trumbo Island to the superintendent mem- man of the senate campaigns com
I bers of the school board principals and departing shortly afterward --- ---- The idea originated with the

.. oa Jane 20. Police Officers of the schools and the teachers with mail for Miapni. group of 13 veterans who were Dr. Harry C. Caley, city health ...itt-.

1 j it is said. GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ ISSUES officer is expected to return to
Rex Shaw and Bienvenido Perez This was learned this morningat stranded in Key West followingthe II Senator "Jim Ham" Lewis
At the beginning of the 1934 Key West late this afternoon from
the postoffice. The reason hurricane. In consultation
I mere also dismissed from the: schoo term there were 2,080 en- Lower Matecumbe holds the post at present but
for the discontinuance of PROCLAMATION ON SAFETY MONTH with John I Key
rollments in all of the schools. given : \ Pinder commander of .
force at the time on the same [This year the enrollments show service by the Carabassett is that I Arthur Sawyer Post 28, American has been since last Wednesday. since he is up for reelection nest

charge as that lodged against the r 2,180 as follows: the S. S. Florida in service be- I Legion and others the following Meanwhile, work of removing year his successor mast be se

I JuniorSenior High School ep- tween Miami Key West and Havana RADIO OPERATOR I Governor Dave Sholtr has issued letter was drawn up and signed i bodies and wreckage from the
police captain.On I rollments in 1934 563; 1935, and the 3. S. Cuba in service the following proclamation I, by them: :storm-tossed key will continue. lected. Custom and the fact that

the council there 594'an; increase of 31. West and ,dealing with "Florida Street And I For more than a week. Key an. iacumoent Las bit
roll call of I Division Street School, enrollments between Tampa, Key HERE COMMENDED To the President of the senator

were four members voting to sustain : in 1934. 597; 1935 631; Havana will handle all incomingand Highway Safety Month": I United StalestHonorable Nesters professions and tech hands fall with his affairs
with the increase of 34. I WHEREAS, the President of nical men, regular government own
the mayor's action an outgoing mall. --- Sir
II Harris School enrollments in i the United States and the Governors personnel and Florida ERA officials make it imperative that he t be re
A two- mails
schedule of
other three voting no. A new regular RENDERED EXCELLENT SERV- of the respective States]I II We, the undersigned!, war
thirds vote was required to sustain 1934, 5(10 of( ;30.Douglass .1935, 540. ; an arriving and departing is expected throughout the Nation are joining veterans, survivor of the disastrous have been on constant duty placed.

the mayor's action which School colored en- at: the local postoffice from Jack- ICE DURING! RECENT I forces to reduce the number of hurricane which swept I straightening out the massed
fell short of one vote as it was I the Florida Keys 0. September wreckage of bodies and The choice probably won't be
fatalities from vehicle buildingsat
I motor accidents -
rollments in 1934.410; 1935. 415; sonville headquavters with the next HURRICANE .
necessary to obtain a five to two I I in our Nation and 2nd, who were engaged in I Lower Matecumbe made until' 1 the
vote to make the two-thirds vote l! an increase of 5, making a total few days it was i:8id.I : the construction of the Over Key. senate reassemblesin

to uphold the mayor's action. I I I increase of 100 students. I The Star route, temporary mail I I WHEREAS hundreds of lives seas Highway Bridges to connect Leaving here last Wednesday, January but Democratic leaden -
Those voting yes to sustain the I service between Key West and Robert it!. Graham, radio operator are lost and thousands of dollars I Matecumbe with lCeTWe.t. M. E. Gilfond district FCRA and

mayor were: Hoffman Symonette*4!'JOHNSON FUNERAL I I Marathon with mail !leaving 9 i at the airways station at 1 of Florida property"annually damage through occurs such ac in.. do hereby petition you WPA administrator; B. M. Duncan are looking over the field now

Pinder and Roberts. The other,. o'clock each morning delivers to the head of the island is the sub cidents and that the work of constructing manager of. the bridge pro- for the best man.
three voting no were: Cabrera,! ject of a letter of commendation these bridges be resumed and
\ : Pirates Cove and Big ject, and others have been
TOMORROW\ ,; many.
Warren. I HERE WHEREAS the schools of this The name of Senator Barkley
Cleare and 1 Pine by automobile and from there written by Lieutenant Klaus. U. contained until said bridgesare stationed at Lower MatecumbeKey :

Specific Charges j i _____ I I,'I to Marathon by boat. S. communication officer at and State will four be opening this thousand month): completed.We carrying on the activities J of Kentucky' k among those most ..
The mayor's specific charges' the naval station. over hundred desire that these
BODY WILL ARRIVE FROM Returning the automobile ar- bridgesbe necessary in. bringing order out of I frequently mentioned. The keynoter -
Rivas and the two Lieutenant Klaus' letter show children will be entering school I built memorial
against police|' I rives in Key West 5:30 o'clock in as a the chaos brought by last week's' i of the DiasoirnMo national
had that Mr.; Graham left and walking on our streets and I
officers were that they captared -} MIAMI TOMORROW MORN. Key West commemorate the Iive..f our
the afternoon bringing mail from highways- storm. They.axe;Jtkfled-to_ be '* --i.- ",.- .i MeJ It tt
of- )
+t- Wednesday afternoon buddies
-** ctaw 4U5HW contraband -" September who died at their 1 here today.
liquor'on Trumbo Island ING NS. s.: FLORIDA points touched on outbound 4 in the B. M. Duncan relief part NOW, THEREFORE I, David posts during' this catastrophe majority of more than 1'0.000
trip. This mail is distributed to Dr. Julio DePoo who went to
in to the I I bound for Matecumbe. With him Sholtz Governor of the State of and feel that
and on being turned boxes at. a more fitting the key with Dr. CaJey U returning votes in 1932 and actfaf ma-
once. I I -
short The body of Copeland Johnson lie carried short Florida do hereby proclaim the
radio set monument'could
city it was said to be several a wave not be erect. leader
today. Dr. Ira Wilson of the jority of the senate in the
.who lost his life in the recent I for other month of September. 1935. as
jugs and bottles of the total communication with ed to these men ether than at i
amount seized. I hurricane on the Florida Keys i 'fCHINA I short wave stations to broadca FLORIDA STREET AND the spot where this 'mis for. S. Marine Administrator Hospital, who Gilfond accompanied absence of Robinson of Arkansas,

The liquor was represented as i will arrive here tomorrow morn-' I new of the storm. WAY SAFETY MONTH HIGH-I tune befell them. I I when he left last Wednesday. re- the broad-shouldered Kentuckian

having been taken from an auto ing on the Steamship Florida from When the station was ret up oik ticularly urge all public officials, We therefore respectfully turned last night from the strickenarea. is favored by many for the post.

mobile operated by Martin Leon!!Miami. TOLD BY Thursday Mr. Graham took the civic organizations, churches, request that this matter be Robert Spottswood who has Only the fact that he'll be needed
and the charge also specified that] Arrangements have been made key and for 60 hours he stayed on Parent-Teachers Associations, given your favorable'consid- been in the storm-wreckedaection in the
Leon was not placed under arrestat |for holding the funeral tomorrow -JAPANESE ARMY duty sending out messages cover. erican Legion and other Am.t eration. since last Tuesday with the more presidential campaign
the time. afternoon at 5 o'clock from the |ing as completely aj possible the working for the common This: original petition was signed of exception keeps him from being an almost
one night also
The other charge was that Rivas Gospel Hall on Southard street. I i story of the storm and its direful cooperate in this movement to' by Claade W. Brown Cincin- to return today. expected unanimous choice.

and the other officers had no Services will be conducted by I tes.ilta.'The. bring about a decrease in the ae-| nati. Ohio; John J. Gill is, Pittsburgh. Constant radio communication Tydiags Also Mentioned

authority to seize liquor being A. VanRyn of the congregationof I MILITARY ATTACHE IN CHINA small gasoline powered ret cidents occurring daily and to in-, l Pennsylvania; Walter with Lower Matecumbe and Mr. The youthful Senator Tydings

transported in the city of Key Brethren) HOPES DIRECT ACTION was not powerful enougn to reach crease the safety on our streets! Trails Glendale California; Gilfond has been maintained
West. Lopez Funeral Home will be in Kej; West and the meta; ;,: es were and highways.I I Maurice F. Hogan Hornell!, N. by of Maryland also is me tioned.
the U.
S. Naval Radio Communications
Rivas was represented at the charge of arrangements.Mr. WILL NOT BRING ABOUT I j received by the Tug Paudjrav of further urge that the safety, Y.; Tony Lapinski. Newark N. Station since last Wednesday- Tydings already has demonstrated

hearing by Attorney Arthur 11.1 Johnson is survived by five RESULTS tK coast guard and it-Iayed: to councils motor clubs chambersof .!.; G. E. Africa Knoxville. Tennessee night when a portable field set his ability for electing: Democratic

Gomez while the city was represented 'daughters: Mrs. E. A. Ramsey t DISASTROUS Key West an-1 other stations. commerce and the press lend j ; Frank Harrod. Jacksonville of the station was eet up and put senators. He served as chairmanin
William H. Ma- Mrs. Clifford C. Hicks. Mrs. His steady; adherence to duty their active support to this move-. Florida; B. D. litres, Charlotte -
by Mayor in operation at Lower MatecumbeKey 1930 when the Democrats all
lone in his capacity as chief ex- George W. McKean, of Key West;'I and his indomitable spirit in remaining ment to impress the general pub.. N. C.; Thomas Tiller Washington by R. G. Graham, in chargeof
By MORRIS J. HARRIS on dUlY continuously for! lie of the D. C. Robert Oswald. but captured the senate. The
ecutive. City Attorney J. Lance- Mrs C. Knapp. of Delmar N. Y., importance of this campaign -;I ; the remote control weather
lot Lester was not present' due to I'and Mj-s J. N. Watkins, of Cristo-I (By tJ Preu) i 60* hours men: the praiie ..f those for the preservation of life Charlotte N. C.; Ed. O. Ritchie broadcasting station here of the fact, however, that be has served

his absence from the city last bal. Panama Canal Zone. Also 1'\ SHANGHAI. Sept. 11.-A major I who depende onjiim Tor information and property. Beverly Mass.; J. F. !Morris Lexington Department of Commerce. before and that he has been
15 grandchildren. upheaval in Chinese internal af- relative to the hurricane end I Va.; George Dryhead
night. I Besides those already mentioned sharply critical of some parts of
aimed at clearing anti- Lieutenant Kswintejdat5on -
fairs i its effects says : Reading Pa.
Martin Leon, who was one of Japanese elements from high of- I hence" hw lecr! of cc. WESTERN\ UNION Post Commander Pinder said others who have been either at the "new deal" might cause him
the main witnesses in the case RUSSELLSARENOWIMPROVING Major- I I Lower Matecumbe Key or at No to be passed
fices, was by today that the local American up.
and the one from whom the I Name for all or most of the past Senator \
General Rensuke Isogai, Japanese) Legion Post, the auxiliary and B. O'Mahoney Vyoming -
to have been ENTERTAINMENTAT CABLE week include Sheriff Karl
was supposed Thompson in the opinion of
military attache in China and* H. !McCalla Camp Spatnish War many is an
taken stated in the testimony \ I REPAIRED1 Maj. W. V. and
| Albury memo
spokesman for the Japanese army.!] Veterans combining in ideal man for the job. First! Assistant
given that Rivas and the other two I are preparing bers of the local unit of the flor- Postmaster General under
"The Nanking government LOCAL copies of the to I
PARK petition
officers had taken the liquor in ida National Guard; A. C. Tanner
WIRE RECEIVED DISPELS RUMOR said General Isogai "is merely a I I WA 'DAMAGED DURING RECENT he sent to state adjutants in Flor- "Big Jim" Farley before he entered -
question from his car at a cer- local sanitary engineer; F. E. the and for
mask for a higher power-the ida and throughout the entire senate years
tain point Trumbo Island. THAT KEY RESIDENT I i i Camus. Clem C. Price Norvin
on say- TOMORROW HURRICANE BY to the late Senator Ken-
military clique headed by Gen- I WILL BE GIVEN country rEd thus make the peti-' secretary
ing that he had found it earlierin DIED FROM INJURIES I ISHIP'S !i.Mafoney George Mills White drick of Wyoming, O'Maboney g
eral Chiank Kai-Shek. tion a national movement.
the evening out by the ferry EVENING FOR BENEFIT OF ANCHORS .A nry Johnson. William Hoffman
I I i well-equipped for the duties. of
"This back-stage military combine The frist copies were sent to
docks. Dispelling another unfounded -which is the root of most I STORM SUFFERERS I Camp Foster near Jacksonville' and Francis Delaney. chairman. The fact that becomes
Rivas and the police officers rumor. The Citizen announces Besides these many have been from the west also is in his
anti-Japanese activities in China where the group of 13 in Key
stated that the liquor was foundat I I that John A. Russell postmaster eliminated An amateur entertainment program Repairs have been completed tot' West keeping constant vigil here in Key favor.
-will have to be or were conducted leaving Key '
another point on Trumbo Island !t I at Islamorada. and nephew. Floyd drastically reformed before we I has been arranged for tomorrow the Western Union cable which:' West Monday night on the S. S. *Vest rushing food, water and Democrats "Can't L...'

and made no mention of are both improving from their injuries can expect any real improvementin night at Bayview Park was damaged by the anchors of;.Florida.:. Many others of the vet medical supplies to the stricken Whoever is selected to head
taking it from Leon's car. received during the storm.A .I Chino-Japanese relations." I for the benefit of survivors of the the Danish Steamer Leise Maersk.1 erans who *e survivors of the area. Fishermen with boats have the campaigns committee, his

The two different statementswere telegram to this effect was General Isogai said he hoped direct storm which swept the Keys last which was stranded by hurricane are at this camp and I I volunteered their services. task will be much carter than
at great variance the whole received today by W. W. Watkins Japanese military action, with week. The affair will start! at and is now in shoal water near); their signatures are to be added With W. H. Green district that of his predecessors.: Whatever -
testimony given in the case being from Jackson Memorial Hospital 7:30 P. 11.Victor Alligator Reef. !!FERA administrator in Miami taking '
heavy cost in lives, would not be to the original petition.STEAMER happens in 36, the Democrats
rather conflicting and required So persistently had it been Larsen one of the super- G. R. Steadman cable manager,I i i over FERA responsibilities on can't lose control of the
much questioning during the pro rumored that Mr. Russell had necessary. visors in the recreation department and a force of men have been at the keys' all those persons from senate.
"The situation must be corrected. -
ceedings. died from his injuries that Mr. ." he continued "but there are of the Key West Adminis work for about one week on the I GRANADA: Key West who have been carrying Of the 19 Democratic senatorsup

Long ConsiderationAfter 1 Watkins a very dear friend of the indications that the correctionwill tration is. directing the entertain cable, operating from the cable on ,relief activities at LowerMatecumbe for reelection 11 are from the

hearing all evidence in: family sent a query to the hospital come from within. I believe ment and he said this morning Schooner John W. Atkins.So I HERE FRIDAYSTEAMSHIP i I Key are expected to south 6 from the west and 2 from

the case and the argument of and received the gratifying that:Chinese leaders soon will that an fine program great was the damage to the iDUE" return here soon.'COUNTY. the east. Even if the Republicanswere

Attorney Gomez the councilmen I'' reply as in the foregoing first '(Continued on Page Four) has been arranged.FUNERAL cable it was found necessary to ", to make a dean sweepafeat

repaired to the clerk's office, paragraph. remove .and replace a section CLERK politically impossible-they
where they remained for about:I i SERVICE about one mile long to make the l CUBA COMES llf I would still have only 44 seats to
an hour considering the case, and BENEFIT DANCE cable serviceable. I
then returned to the council chambers -: are 13 Republican seatsat

where the roll was called on I' HERE POSTPONEDThe FOR FARRINGTON NEWS REEL OF TAMPA H I r' i i iCounty stake in '36 however and it is.
the issue, with the result as stated r MEETS TONIGHT 'I 1-1 on thee the campaign committeewill

above. : S. S. DIXIE Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, concentrate. There are several .
At this juncture Councilman' Funeral services for Ferris .is checks today I I for reelection
I -- Steamship Granada of the giving out county Republicans up -
Finder explained his reasons for Recessed meeting from September Red Cross benefit dance I Farrington 59. who died in his FLORTD'A KEYSHURRICANE Standard Fruit and Steamship I'[to those to whom the county is whose defeat would cause

sustaining the mayor's action saying .' 4 of the board of county which was scheduled to be given I boat at Marathon Wednesday of company, sailed' from Philadelphia''I j indebted for the month of June I great rejoicing in the Democraticcamp.

that he felt that the other I commissioners will be held this tonight by Juan Carbonell at the. last week were held Monday afternoon 9 o'clock yesterday morning and U 1935:;, from the General Revenue .

(Continued on _Page Four) evening 8 o'clock in the county Habana-Madrid Club has been 1 i 3 o'clock from the Lopez Tonight Tomorrow due to arrive at Key West Friday fund and for the month of February I, The political scalps of Schall
court ho>#e. At adjournment the postponed until some time next Funeral Chapel. Rev. Arthur B. and Night afternoon consigned to the Porter 1935 from, the Fine and' of

NOTICE regular meeting will be called. week according to announcementmade Dimmick, of St. Paul's Episcopel _.tMONROE Dock company Forfeiture fund. : ware.

None other than routine mat- today. church, officiated.The THEATER Steamship Cuba of the P. and Those who have vouchers or Borah of Idaho-to metion only
Until further notice office con ters are scheduled for considers Due mention of the date to bedecided deceased had but ;
one survivor O. S. S. company arrived this l assignments of checks for these i a few-would cause the Democratic
sultation will be by appointmentonly. tion including checking of depository on as yet' will be announced as far as can be learned a Tonight FRONT PACK morning from Tamp l with 16 pesI -I'!months and only these may call; party to vote something

Call 700J. I accounts for the monthof in the columns of The 6 sister-in-law Mrs. Agnes Far WOMAN and EIGHT BELLS. I I!sengers for Key West,, 46 for Ha-1st the office of the clerk and re-'I akin to a medal of honor to the
septll-2t J. Y. PORTER JR. : August. Citizen, it was stated. I I rington of Massachusetts. !I j[r vana and 48 tons of freight. I I cefve their checks. I I i man who lifted them.




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,' VIRTUE OF PATIENCE i6ywMovf I I ment boats from this to i........................
(Ebt ntp 'mtst port ren-
KEY WEST IN II der assistance. Today'sAnniversaries
Published Daily Except Sunday By il _
THE CITIZEN' PUBLISHING-C0.: INC.I One of thegreatest aids to worth- Spoalzht!! : /
P. ARTMAN. Pmldent .. : ulllu. DAYS GONE BY Editorial comment: Th im.
while accomplishment is the quality of .. .
JOt AtLXrC.Front AasUtaat'the Citlxen E..t Building... Mama*** patience. This applies to laying the foun- -- ti hi.t lu.iidii- ri/l,1i. Happening Here J.d 10 Year J i I I pression still seems prevalent that I II
i ,,, t prohibition was an enactment fe*-
Corner Greene and Ann Streets aL 6tprdoatbnttL A Take From
Ago Today
dation for a" successful career in any profession ; I I tered by politicians in order to I 1744-Strah Bache, daughter
The File Of The
Only Dally, Newspaper la Key. West and MonroaCounty. motorbotitln a.dausdufttiq fi4r provide jobs for their manyfriends. 'Benjamin Franklin_ remembered
business. The who depends
--- or person 5: -S 'tfuvP I I for
j the good works in Revolutionary
Entered: at Key West. Florida, as second class matter I prcdJuc- I[
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAR upon short cuts and quick-action devices .1.tltJ1uiJU twenty two thousand dollar I days born in Philadelphia.
Member i .f the Aaaeclate* ....*.. frequently meets with bitter disappointment : advertising campaign for Key.t Records which mysteriously: l disappeared .. Died Oct. 5, 1808.1777Felix .
Ib. Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to naafr I I
>r-rtJ-.jS.,.t.$s of alt new dispatches credited to if not disgrace. West and Monroe county will beinaugurated nine months ago today I noted
itr not otherwise credited In this paper and aJaothe I | from the naval station : :alarrwere randy
local news published here.'NATIONAl This is particularly true with respectto : (I within a short time I Ii recovered last night. While,!Tennessee! criminal bwy r, jurist,

l the accumulation of wealth as many ; 2r (I following the passage of a tax j trolling along the beach last!(! se9l&tor. att$rey-geBeraX born in
EDITORIAL) ; : Virginia. Died.. Nashville. De..
misguided individuals now behind prison milfag-e for purpose whichwas night, Chief. Pharmacist's Mate in
1.1 ASSOCIATION F enacted Rdberts :: 19, 1840.
; V at a special meeting i recovered them. They
<=/t'9 3 5 bars can regretfully testify. Many men A of the board of ;oi.nty eommission-I w re 1 buried in'the and on the;

SVnsCRIPTIOX HATES who go wrong through speculation with gla i> last night. One anda half,I I Leach and a heavy! weight! placed''! 18 3-William Ii. Hatch, Con
One Year __.._._.... .. ._._-_.__ .$IU 1 federate s soldier Missouri congressman
s x Months _.._.._____.___- __.__._ COOSfO other people's money do not set out deliberately a mills was decided upon the| on top of the package. Finding
three Months I amount derived therefrom to be the records' dispels, the belief that S a noted kpv maker.
One Month ._=__.______..__:__-.. .20..55Weakly to be criminals, but they: think i expended in various ways toward ; they'Were i destroyed. At the time!ibern- near Georgetown, Ky. Died
-ADVERTISING- RATES they see an opportunity! to make a "kill I furnishing information to the ouf-|the theft of the records was dis-!! Dec. 23, 18K"I

Made known on application. ing" and take the chance. They intend to -ld_ world of the advantages and i covt'red'-re"lnrd was offered This I l 38 John Ireland famed St.
S SPECIAL SOTICH % f Arthur/Mil won a opportunities to be found on this I will isle'given Chief. Pharmacist'sMate -
41'rea, nc notice, cards of thanks, resolutions of replace the appropriated funds if they > S Hand and other sections of the Roberts., Paul, Minn., Catholic prelate,
respect. ,obituary notices, etc. will be charged for At win but lose in the end. pnu fortht btftjnid I leader of his church in this l country
they usually Some The
the rate.of 10 cents a line- J I I country. action of the commissioners -I -
churches from whicha u/i1 n l born in Ireland. Died St
Notices for entertainments by v chars l followed the ; in
instances related by a recent writer submissionby The Tidewater Construction
are on
revenud Is,to be derived are 6 cents a line. I .
Paul Sept. 25, 1918.1855William
The Citizen Is an open forum aid: invites discos- OJ tltl liroltl lrtr I the advertising committee o,I I company was instructed to proceed I
thrift --
donor Issues and subjects of local or general : I _
public ontruxinu intand Recommendations which included f with the construction of a
Interest but it will not pub :ah anonymous communications Mutholland, noted

One man used money not his own' in and cared |I an itemized budget of proposed high pan bridge across. Steam-I, Los
Angeles hydrafttw etigii
.. < What he' considered a sure-thing: real estate I : ftrrfyfuttr. revenues and expenditures. boat Creek by the county commissioners i i neer and aqueduct builder born-

deal. The venture failed and one more : I at then 'meeting last night. : in Ireland. Died hi Los Angeles,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Tuesday night, September 15, This bridge will connect Key Largo
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN was added to the suicide roll. Anotherlost a 5 Ai4jk > { all paths will lead to the Key West i with the mainland. This action !July 22, 195.

in playing the market, then stole from Athletic Club where the Elks will was taken following the order of 862-WMiamSithw. Porte*
r-- stage the benefit dance for the the United States Engineering
his firm lost again and went to prison. ("0. Henry"), greatest Country Club. The program to be I Department rescinding the pre-
1, Water and Sewerage. writer of nw generation,
Innumerable cases like these might be given in connection with the af. vious order for the constructionof
born Greneabero, N. C. Diedin
2. Bridges! to complete Road'to Main cited. fair include selection byIrs.. a drawbridge at this point.II
New York June 5, 1910.
land. On the other hand the patient plodder Norman firifae ctrcltd. tfu alotc. Eva B. TortJio, a selection by a I' From all indications the road from
quartette composed of Mrs. Kitch- the mainland to Key Largo will be
SFree ,Port.. who builds upon a sound and honest m, Mrs. Carl Bervaldi, Messrs. completed and ready for traffic by a 1862-Lord Byag of Viray.j .
--- j famed world war soldier
4. Hotels and Apartments. foundation, frequently achieves success' Roberts and Sands. Solos by Robert January 1, 1926. ,London> pOlice heed, born. Died

which is denied to the spectacular plunger.In -- .,< Pritchard Mrs. J. F. Sin- June 6, 1935.I .
5. Bathing Pavilion. nott. Captain. Jack Maher At a meeting of the board of I
i .;: 6. Airports-Land and Sea. fact patience is generally one of the ; end others. Tickets are now ji j! county commissioners last night it I A shortage; of Bartlett pears is

7 T 7. .Consolidation of County and City surest aids in the accomplishment of any TjnAYS-WEATH( R ] ale" at $5.03 eacn. j{I,was decided to have the Boca I!anticipated this year by Paeifie

worthy purpose. i Chica bridge, .ecently completed, i coast,farmers.
Governments. A message received here this ,thrown open to the public t'.s
'- .-- -- -- afternoon at tne Vavbl Stauin advised -I coming Sunday at 7 o'clock in the : Day opening celebration. After
THE EARTH'S SHAPE Temperatures t Florida: :Mostly cloudy, prob- l hat Eagle Boat 36. which evening affording all who desirean : ward the bridge will be closed to

An assassin is an ass twice over. Highest; .... ____._______.__ .......... __..8D! ', ably showers tonight and Thursday left this port r'.leu'ay, is aoun] opportunity to ride over the I an traffic until tfce road is oiled

Lowest ..._...-___________ __...... __ ..._.79] ; slightly cooler in extreme in Garden Key channel near Dry I bridge and the new roadway. This and put in perfect rendition
If asked who first conceived the idea :Mean! __._.__..__ __ ___ _____________ ._34 north Tortugas. Preparation are! being will especially interest those who I when it will be thrown open to the
People who start to work late rarely Normal Mean _._. _...-__...... ....83 t' portion. made to send one of the govern |were unable to attend the Labor i j public.
that the world is round, many persons Rainfall* Jacksonville to Florida Straits
fdil to stop on time.
would instantly think of Columbus as it Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I Gentle to moderate southeast

was through his belief in the spherical Normal Precipitation __.. .25 Ins.I winds over south portion and

Two people can really live as cheaplya .TfcU. rrrard ......2t-.._. Merced' moderate variable mostly southwest I"
shape of the earth that he undertook the ..dl. at h .'clock, tats mx...'.C. -I I
one' if both are on relief.' voyage which led to the discovery of Am- Tomorrows Almanac% j! over north portion; weather tbeBOrfydwinlled:

erica. Sun rises ....__ ..... ...m. 6:12 a. m.1 i partly overcast tonight and Thurs- ;

Sun sets ....__.....____<.__ 6.34 p. m.i i day. scattered showers over ex ,
Tolerant people concede the right of But the true figure of the earth was Moon nses: ................ 6:22 p. m.: treme north portion. .1'0 ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

others to make fools of themselves. known centuries before the birth of Christ, Moon sets ..........____... 5:50 a. m. | East Gulf: Gentle to moderate
...._._. 1 To act the original Davis 100% Par 'aiDeeSU1"e -
although it appears that the spherical Full moon 12th 3:18 p. m. southeast to southwest winds; D to MADE IN BALTIMORE. KIUT tUSl
Tomorrow' Tides partly; overcast weather tonight
the [ for D... 100% Pure Paint ha oftenIteen >!ADCTBEEHDAVIS
Usually fellow who drives fastest theory never gained wide acceptance A.JI. P.M.' .. and Thursday with showers over look. .we.a.

..._..._....._. 9:10 :31
isn't going anywhere in particular. among the ancients. High 9 north portion. this Label... .... .
Low ..._......_._... 2.31 3:17 j <
Eratosthenes, a Greek geometer and IA R t all pure paint Law and is the only, punt :t
Barometer, a. m. tojayt WEATHER CONDITIONS ___
U11 PUI that aeries a guarantee of pant,.
"Two astronomer who flourished in the second
Brooklyn men traded wives, and Sea level. 30.01.WEATJlEh. .

now each thinks the other is a swindler. century before Christ, is credited with be- Pressure is relatively low this Qok for this Guarantee on the Label-"

ing the first to discover the correct principles FORECASTiTll morning over the middle and east ahoy
W tun aacanacctioa with may Pkm Munfactmr of MM rnmOa-wows
Gulf States, New Orleans, La., .... .
An amr rraimcu r bjr to Bcluawn .d nU tbrovf Dalci only
What announcements whereby the figure of the earth ( 8 m., Thursday) and
no political p. 29 94 inches, and showers &
What's this to be might be determined. Although his results Key West and Vicinity: Partly thunderstorms have been general OX .toNis1IaIl8SI BALUMOREMUCorner
going a whispering campaign -
? were not accurate, his method was cloudy, probably showers tonight !since yesterday morning through- G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and William Streets

"out most of the Gulf and south '
\ the same as that followed at the present i\m i" L -
t/// I Atlantic States the rainfall being

A lady writes an editor that she tabs day. j I heavy at Port Eads, La.. 1.02 inches -'". -.'-.. .-. .n ,
Centuries before Eratosthenes: ,astronomers 'J l' ) Savannah Ga., 1.26 inches 11'.lII"III. ;

his paper only because her dog enjoys regarded the earth as a sphere "t t and Charleston S. c., 1.44 inches. .....i..i....................... ..................................
barking at the boy who delivers it. & /' ,i Fair weather has prevailed in
but generally considered it as the centerof \ /? "I most other sections of the country

the universe. It is said that Pythagoras, Sm -{ 1! with temperatures abnormally low
The late Senator Long's worst enemy .1& : .: i i from the central Plains States and
born in 582 B. C., was the first to declare a c ; SHOP AT
northern Texas northea'twrxd;
and one of his most faithful friends each i
that the earth revolved around the sun, S '&i >&*** > :i over the Ohio Valley and lower
bore the name of Weiss Li >% < 5f7Partly
though they were >
but he only taught this secretly to a few Cloudy Showers- i Lake region; to the middle and
not related. ('north Atlantic coast.
chosen disciples.
rid Thursday; gentle to moderate G S. KENNEDY: ,
Many people today do not believe winds, mostly southeast. 4 Officer in Char e.

All ye who contemplate to become that the world is round. Among these may -_. --- ---..- '.- I

servants of the people come forth and an- be mentioned Wilbur Vollva and his com- ........................ :i heard of again: -caused great .

nounce your intentions from the housetops munity at Zion, Ill., although Rev. Volivais I commotion over coonntry and led "

-ard in The Citizen. a college graduate and uses all modern Today In History f to forming of a new poMiccJ par-
........................ i ty. i h i iI
scientific appliances, and is an ardent
Mussolini's war is one of conquest. 1777-Battle of Brandywine
radio "fan.
f jg57! Mountain Meadow\ iha-
Pa.-Americans under Washington I
The League of Nations was put into beingto defeated by British. I irncren Southern Utah-of 140 i

stopthat_ sort of thing, but it appears to THE BOOM BEGINS California immigrants but 17 children .
be powerless instead of powerful.Red I 1811-Nicholas Roosevel\; of .. saved** from. slaughter by In
New York? City associated with lans. i
There is no doubt of a steady revivalof J Fulton in the introduction of
Kerce thinks hog should be 1862 S&n Francisco Stock and
business. steamboats built and f navigateJthe t -- i
stuffed and mounted so future genera- first steamboat launched on Exchange; "Board-first world ex-

tions will know what a hog looked like.Don't Roger W. Babson, the economjc f Ohio-Mi! rcippi Tiver3, the "New change of mining securities-open' : x,,- ._. h?
II writer, says that there is no use talking Orleans." from Pittsburgh to New ed. h:' : -:-.. ; :
worry, Red; we'll always have hogs -- "
wit( us. about the up-turn, because it has alreadycome. I Orleans. ___ I I 1918-Germans counter-attack .. ._ ,w'" ..

1826 -William Morgan kidnap-!I French-American line. suffering : M._ __ :
The wise business man says Mr. Bab- ed from CamndaisiU: : N. Y., allegedly heavy losses.Subscribe. ..
There has been mach criticism of the
son, will be prepared for better businessthis for threatening to expose:i | 5
Weather Bureau in Mic.mi and we understand Decree masonic ntnal-:-never to The Citizen. -

the local bureau too has been subject Fall and Winter than anytime since ...---
to censure. Insofar as the Work of the depression began. I i SAVE MONEY

Meteorologist Kennedy and his staff are We hope it is all true. There is undeniably I i iil jl

an improvement in the usual fac-
concernel, Key West has nothing but praiseto

offer. We were advised in ample timeto tors indicating the depression business is activity.If over don't. get involved Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty il : We carry a complete stock of merchandise *

make preparations and we did. That in the next boom! for your home. Why not drop in and see :
the hurricane veered to the north and left k Loan Bonds Are Advised To I

us unscatched::; was a kindly considerationof : for yourself? :

Nature and we are grateful.We BEAUTIFYING HIGHWAYSNews See Us With Reference r : .:..........:.... !


feel sure that the Key West merchant dispatches tell us that the City;; To The New Treas- i Another .53.- [ Dinner! Worth !
who wisely plans and executes a; of Atlanta expects to have a million dog _',.

continuous and persistent advertising campaign wood trees and almost as many crepe $20 wll1EcitAwczY:; This Week
; ; Financingthe : !: i iI.
ury -
in The Citizen will secure unmistakable myrtles planted on highways leading into) : .
I.I *
results. This campaign need not the southern city by the end of 1936. i

be expensive. Ii will fit the conditions of We hasten to call attention to the un

every business. It will broadcast, in print, dertaking and to commend it to citizens olFlorida. I I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. .

to all who read the invitation of honest : first National Bank of Key West .

merchants, who seek trade upon the basis There is no reason why our highway: ) : PUnc 598 White and Eli* Streets :
of service and a fair product for a fair should not be beautified by flowering trees I .

price. Such wholesale dissemination of interesting native to our section. Such an undertaking Member of the Federal Reserve and of the FederaRbepmif : "Your home is worthy of the test'P i

business items will prove effec would undoubtedly attract many visi Insurance Corporation ..

tive. We say this, because we have seen it tors, besides proving beneficial to our OWl I :................i.. .....................:

done. citizens. ...

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GAME TONIGHTBy ........................
_BYmlly MJCJI2** .sac_ _.'i
!i Here is indicated one who will
a-rVOPS1B t ftttv*..-roomma Tort were supposed. not to bV too I I reach a good old age. filled with
,. ,, _
t 4rrf Jiidit .
9r Carrrtt.
has .*ticitl.d Emily' Ma*a0ffc9 .eager at a tlm it like this;' *he bdheard' ( JOVE) i :: pleasure and profit. The degree
mot* r *.d gotten Kmllf fom fa somiWherC[ Slit wondered There will be one game played Advertisements under this head 'i shows a benevolent interest
CarmMoir.... jf''.*HM/er Jko tt.ta. after<. ....vdrarfo....., but*. vaguely ho* you i achieves Indiffer! =- '" I I In the Senior League tonight The I will be inserted< in The Citizen at]I I in fatherly -
.etAta a li*:.U. prcHaany ru_ Car once If the man were David: .. -- .... Bermuda Bakery will tackle the j the rate of le a word for each in.sertion the associate epciaHy
roO }MHtatioa More IMportant I but the minimum for the I those younger, vegetttag love and
o*. o/ the Most ekarminti a/ tk* b. "I -w bldii'i _mind being a ditch- Lopez Funeral Home' at the Bay-I ,
rugp.sIbi. Carroll Jvdith'i fcrotk- -.-- --- first insertion in instance is respect There i is much
or batfd. has fatten. head ever keeliIo dlgger'a wife. David if yon were the --- view Park. The Bermuda Bakery%] every 1 I I ability and
.. ... tintk ."till''. David it boo ditch-digger. t won the last time these two clubs 25c. j I! with good major aspect the life
+ more Philadelphia j I
ImPEAPifiLs Once
defeated the
engineered a da c < honor 01 Payment for classified adver-
Eff&il,. He uttered a smothered trio r tea* CARDS Athletics 8 to 6. SINGLE CONTEST met and the Embalmers are out] tisements is invariably in advance i I'jshould i be an enviable one.
derness as he took her la his arms: f Lefty. Grove another for revenge tonight. On the I| t I
won gameto I but regular advertisers with ledger
Chapter seVen An eon l later he said persuasively. TO HOLD> t help in his comeback this sean. OF DIAMONDBALL other hand the Bermuda boys accounts may have their advertisements -- MARRIED AT POLICE STATION
DANCE claim they. are to make itl
"Ton don't need a diploma to be afarmer's !' > lie routed the Chicago going ,
i I charged.
"T WANT to. bear.them zing-whit wife; EmilyV lONE-GAME White'Sox by the close margin of I I J two straight. I: Advertisers should give their I (By Am clatr4 Press)
Is It-"Th. Wreck of Ninety To marry David now= But Of" LEAD I'4to3. LIGHTHOUSE TEN TRIUMPHSIN Tile batteries will be: Blondyl[f street address as well as their telephone -!'i ASHEVILLE N. C.-J. T. Bur-
Seven" course things like that didn't l h'ap- The summaries follow: Roberts for the Bakers and A. nett, 25. and Miss Lottie Mdtef,
number desire
if they re-
DaM nodded.' -Well have that for pen. "But David I'm Just eighteen I I AMERICAN LEAGUEAt CAME WITH ADMINISTRATION Lunn for the Embalmers on the 125!I wanted to get married so they

.a specialty. Right after Leonidas Mother would never give In." 1 I I DETROIT TIGERS' MARGIN Philadelphia R. II. E. mound and A. Castro and Ingra-;|I salts.With each classified advertise I!>! went to the pole station. Ser.

does hi*' eb nt." He Indicated the She could feel the shaven smoothness I: ;;, St. Louis .._................_ 8 16 0 ham behind the batters. This,I ment The Citizen will give free an !i ge&nt; W. E. Rector telephoned

i tiny, wide-eyed black boy who was of his cheek against hers. Need' I I OVER YANKS FALLS TO t Philadelphia -...._.--......... 6 11 4 (By JOVE) game will start at 8 p. m. i I Autostrop'Razor Outfit. Ask for George Digges register of deeds
standing motionless beside Damon. she?" Batteries: Andrews and Hems- The first game of yesterday These two clubs are tied for it. I who had retired for the night and
"He's going to tap-dance. "Of course!And DbsMes.-'this. she I SEVEN AND ONE.HALF r ley; Tubbervifle, Dietrich and i afternoon's scheduled doubleheader the league leadership and the club'''I arranged for a license.: Other

Emily had seen tap-dancing on the confessed to herself was even more: I GAMES Richards. .i was postponed on account that wins tonight will take the' policemen served as witnesses.
stage, but she had DeTer seen it as pertinent to the issue "It would i __ of Stowers Park players showingup lead so both will be fighting hard I[r HOUSE WANTED I I When the ceremony was finished

Lronldas danced It a few minutes break Dad's heart.Well have to waif I At New York R. H. E. I. too late to play BaYview .to' win. I I I hOUSE WANTED l the officers showered the couple
later. His lithe little body was as while." I Park ten won the game by forfeit -Couple, no ,. with rice obtained at a nearby
IOON as a rag doll's. and he danced (apLetfT t. Tt+. {r"...) 1 Cleveland ..----..---.- 163 ..,......, ..,.........4.1Todayfs I children! desire house of at least : restaurant.
"I hate waltlngDaYld! protested. New York .._______ 4 10 2 .
With his head thrown back and his NEW YORK, Sept. 1*!.-The. In the second game the Admin. 4 rooms preferably unfurnished I! --
great", staring eyes closed the embodiment Of course, he would. And probably St. Louis Cafdmals' retained their Batteries: Brown and Phillips; istration played the Lighthouse Birthdays by the last of September.Are ,

of Instinctive rhythm. the thought stabbed her. David was one-game lead over the Chicago!: Tanmlis l and Dickey. ten. and the game had to go into f ids/ei4ealisoeea:4i... moving permanently to Key j BENJAMIN LOPEZ
The hard-faced men and weather- the sort who wonldnt wait very .Cubs by downing the Philadelphia I innnigs before decision West and will occupy all year :i FUNERAL HOME
beaten women were quiet, swaying a long. Phillies,, 4 to 2. Hallah4n)] and At Boston R. H. E.'i'extra:; a Judge Francis A. Garrecht of round if suited. Most be conj j
... ....... .... ... .wag reached. the 9th U. S. Circuit Serving Key West
little to the beat of Caesar's banjo "But yon will? she pleaded.. Dizzy Dean held the opposition to Chicago 3 10 Oi Court of venient business section. Give I
"of I Boston _.._ 49 0'' Score by innings; R. H. E. Appeal .Spokane, Wa! there's
and the moan of Cicero's fiddle. And course, It nothing else six hits, one less than their teammates fell partkulas in first letter.
sail Leonidas danced until beads of to do. But I'll wear yow down yet garnered off four Phil Batteries: Tietje and Sewell;;* Lighthouse Walla Walla, Waslu, 65 years ago. Address Stephen C. Singleton 24 Hoar AmbaUnc Service
100 200 100 1 5 11 2
i ii I Licensed Embalmer
sweat stood out on his bulging forehead he threatened. "Kiss me.Jp ." pitchers. i Grove and FerrelL I 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace Miami
Administration- General William I. Westerveltof Phon. 135 Night 696-\\
With Root hurling shutout ball t '. t L 000 0-4 94' Florida. seplll-6ti
E. 003-100: Sears Roebuck) Co.
Washington R. H. Chicago.
rI19 and his teammates giving him air-!I Defr .........._--.-......_.ilft<, ?. 6 2!I Batteries: F. Stickney and B. borh\ at Corpus Christi Ter, 59 I WANTED
tight support the Chicago Cubs Washington .._.. ... 6l.J5; Oi jDementtj. BJackwell, Malgrat and years ago.: :I I
f downed the Boston Braves. WANTED bane to bid on
y l lowly Batteries Rowe Sorrell Snlli-l[i Rued*. I H
z& A' 1 4 t6 0 t6 keep abreast of the pacesetting I : your next printing order. The
Dr. Luthct
van and Hayworth; Newsom and': A. Wefgle, dean of
Cardinals.The Artman Press. aug7FOR
1 It i Bolton. TENNIS MATCHES Yale's Divinity School' born at !
New York Giants rallied Littlestown,. Pat,, 55 years ago. RUSSELL'SCIGAR
yesterday afternoon to defeat the I RENT '

Pittsburgh Pirates in both ends[ NATIONAL First Game LEAGUE f'f't' UNDERWAY John Taylor Fine of Chicago !: FURNISHED APARTMENT with i'
of a doubleheader 4 to 3 and 4 to
the At Pittsburgh R. II. E. department store head born at 'i Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson .
2. The double victory gave New York ..__m...._._...._. 4 10 1. arranged tennis Brooklyn, N. Y., 64 years ago. ,' 1001 Eaton street. Phone STOREDaily
Giants new life in National the three-team Pittsburgh ._.._.._..... 3 8 I'i'.,matches were started here yester I 879-J. sept4-lmox!
l struggle for League Batteries: Castleman and Man- Bishop Lauress J. Birney of
pennant race. Castleman: and j -0-
cuso. Blanton and Padden. those participating are: Pasadena CaL, retired Methodist ROOMS
Schumacher the winning
I P. Varela C. Sawyer Joe Finder Episcopal bishop, born at Dennison -
pitchers. Second Game I E. England, Y. Carbonell R. Pin Ohio. 64 years ago. "THE JIUNRO"\ -Rooms unexcelled Baseball ReturnsBy
The Brooklyn Dodgers almost At Pittsburgh R. H. E. I in price and location '

shutout the Cincinnati Reds with New York ......._._........... 471 I der C. Harris and F. the I William J. Dean of St. Paul running water. 128 N. E. 4th I II Wire

Clark allowing only seven safe- Pittsburgh .......__.._. 271 Much interest centers is )linn.; merchant born there 66.years street Miami Fla. aug26-lmox
matches arranged and it expected :
ties. The score was 4 to 1. Batteries: Schumacher and -'I I i -o-

1Ji) In the American League, the Mancuso; Birkofer and Grace. I that there will be many in ago. PIANO TUNING COME IN AND GET THE
attendance at the different eventsto 'I
New York Yankees reduced the
time I
lead seven half be held from to time :
Tigers' to and a At Cincinnati R. H. E. PIANO TUNER, Laureano YoI -

games, with the help of the Wash- Brooklyn ..____-----_.--' 4 11 0 I tars C. Davis --i'Wi1son;; ; Halla- I By Ara *lterf Press) I reno. Excellent piano for sale .I MAJOR BASEBALL

ington Senators. The Yanks, Cincinnati .._.__......_..._ 174 han, J. Dean and V. Davit, De- "HOLLYWOOD. Victor :Mc.Lagle11 .I cheap. 1018 Division street. LEAGUES0
.. with TamuIIs hurling good ball I Batteries: Clark and Lopez; lancey. who was chief Of police of i au 26-1mox -
downed the Cleveland Indians 4 Hollmgsworth and Lombardi. Bagdad during the war. still gets I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
t'' X 16 At Chicago R. H. E. Tetters from' Arabian friends. One FOR SALE I
< .c. 1.The
Nationals whitewashed the At St. Louis R. H. E. Boston ._____._._._ 061 correspondent refuses to write in SOFT DRINKS,
t"1 II Detroit aggregation 6 to 0. The Philadelphia ..._u_.. 261 Chicago __.._,.:___ 410 0 English although' he can, so Vie I' TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 ETC.

hate waiting David pr ieste Tigers committed two errors. St. Louis __.___.__. 470 Batteries: Cantwell and Spohrer -I had td have his valet Abdullah, do sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
f' The. lowly St. Louis Browns ''Batteries: Bowman Bivin Wal- ; Root and Hartnett. the translating. t ang7

and his feet refused at last to SHE and Judith left! next morning ---- -- -- -- ..
respond. by laughter and bear It

When be stepped there was a roar hugs and farewell admonitions The i .. .,'"' ...:'- '+ es
of applause"that"finkled the crystal Irish setter, who felt now that Emily
pendants OB the chandeliers. Some, was her private property wanted to ; >;:;
one flung a coin at his feet, and the climb In the car and sit In her lap. .

coin precipitated a shower of others. and Starlight whinnied excitedly ,.. '.' .: 4l -
Leonidas scrambled wildly to recover and tried to pull up the post to which :J -
them his teeth flashing In a she was hitched. \, '
''wide grin. Then he backed precipI-- Mrs Carroll who was wearing a' :. to

tately from the room. dress as a concession: to the occasion: from \j a
At a sign from David.Cicero raked kissed her warmly. "People always .. ;

the bow across his violin for silence have to pay us a second visit to prove
and suddenly l the three negroes began that the first hasn't Incapacitated
to croon: "It's a mighty rough them. Caboose
road from Lynchburg to Danville** To Judith she said., "We're going l I'

The song gathered volume and momentum to miss you honey like ar front :
,the company took It up.and tooth. Be sweat, like Emily here and
the gruesome climax burst from then you won't need to be si carefuL
three dozen male throats: "

Mr. Carroll patted her cheek and I'I
"He rounded the curve making ninety they Satisfy
miles an rint muttered something facetious about ;i r
His whistle I broke a ecream. influences! for good and Datld. In :
They found aim la the wreck with his Z a
hand on the throttle the worn boots and the torn shirt
And scalded to death by the team/ came last He smothered Judith In a
long embrace and turned to Emily."If \ .
Emily shivered. What a pleasant The who holds the
ending! they don't approve of this. he I mah /

"Isn't Itr* David agreed cheerfully said lightly "they'll l have' to look the

"But I thought everybody knew Other way" And before she could ,. ., thtotti =the flagman who fy..
those old songs. They aren't negro protest he had lifted her In his' arms. ty ;#

songs: they're poor-white and Cicero kissed her astonished month and set "gives 'em the red rag"people as
got that where be got these otbers- her In the ear.
from a record: But he knows how to "Ill be there very soon:;" he whispered
'sing It. Those and the spirituals are as he drew away <: allover the country '
> ,_ ," '
America's only folk song : and In
their way they're classics." School once more; the same school <. enjoy Chesterfields. ;

and yet a different one. enveloped Nt:4: : Z. e: rI
? could feel that but coming In a pale lavender mist There were
SHE David the statement surprised occasional letters from David ten- t '; :Y One reason is Chester 3 ,

her. He was the most amazing der and brief because David was too ra !

combination of physical and spiritual much a person of action to be at fields are milder mildness
she boa l ever known. home with written words. rt
Suddenly his eyes were grave. "T6u can't Imagine what a tribute
"Let's clear: for a few minutes. shallwe this is." he wrote the first time. t -v :; that smokers like.
!" "Somehow the family caught me at

She nodded and band In hand It. and the discovery almost caused a Another reason is they ,,, e f
they slipped oct Into the garden panic. If 1 could bold you in my arms c'. .
where the rich smell of earth min I could show you how I love you v .r.
gled with the distant fragrance of but words on paper sit there and t: : taste betters pleasing taste J

lespedeza that to Emily would meaD smirk at me.I .

Carrollton as long as she lived. keep thinking about your } ..(.. andlavorthatsmokershket .
David stopped suddenly., with his mouth, or the way your lashes turn ::
hands upon her shoulders and back wards or the 1I'ay'ol1 blush. To
turned her until she faced him In think of finding a girl who can : From cab caboose .
the darkness. blush! Cod knows I don't deserve it." "V'

"You're going back tomorrow be And then. .Uo she hid< been back
Tess than three weeks, the wire from "" from Main Street'

said.She bent her bead too nnMppy to David came followed two hours < '
speak. later: by David himself.fCow'01 '
His grip tightened. "Mind being a *. UtS by.UananflmtJ {: :: to Broadway y
farmer's wife Emily?" Ills voice
David breaks a few prtctdtnt. .
was husky. [ < :
tomorrow. O. K.WEDNfSDAY. -:
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Effective March 18th 1935

Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, "

12:20 P. M.Leave 'ft,
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and "'" .

days 6:30 P. M. '1" ,

TkkcU, R ..rvati.a> tad I.f.rm.tio. at Ticket Office .Mon-I '. .
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NEW TAX BILL DIPS.ITS.HooKS I I s 'CHIANG TO GO'CHINA thinly veiled by the false-front An automate pfcwto-efactnc: cell

MENTIONAlbert TOLD BY government at Nanking. device counts the number of auto-

SOCIETY "They arc dominent in kuomin- mobiles using the Wawonat road
:-: :-: ONLY IN BI IG FELLOWS'PURSEBy I........................ JAPANESE ARMY tank, the national party of China. tunnel between Yosemite National

................................................. I ItI.4T'I'I'I'4TAIT. DiNegro, Jr., who was They scores control of secret the 'blue shirts' ands Park and the Mariposa Grove of
n St. Petersburg for an operation (Continued from Page One) organizations.. t big trees.

Enjoyable Birthday Party In I WILLIAM S. WHITE r at the veteran's hospital, returned come to their senses and end this "The Japanese army is not con-

CRy Aaaelated Press) : on the Steamship Cuba pernicious system. cerned whether General Chiang remains -!
Lee MitchellErnest WASHINGTON, Sept. 11.From TO SUBSCRIBERSIf in the saddle. Our only in-1. FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE
Honor Of Ernest Want
Chance At Nanking j
Edwin H. Roberts returned this terest is in the abolition of the! h t
f expert appraising the new "Meanwhile, the Japanese army, system which is the
Cuba' ,
yon do not receive year morning on the Steamship; greatest remaining :.
celebrated Those attending were: Zelma with no thought of immediate obstacle to the restoration NEW YORKland
i use
Lee Mitchell I federal tax system in the post paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the from a vacation of two weeks .
his fifth birthday anniversary)I Dee Griffin, James Hyde, ClaraBow afternoon spent in Tampa with relatives. I of force, will continue to press of friendly relations between
Monday afternoon on the lawn of+, Bally Ruth Rose Roberts, coBfress calm cornea fresh assurance call IcUpaea SI I for the China: and Japan"i BOSTON

Mrs. Bullard's residence at 4 :.Thelma Ogden, Barbara Stansell, and a paper will b* seat to Maynard Baker, who with!vigorously readjustmentof J I .. ; i I Ii
for the
pohalski street. Billey Bailey, Frank Key, Gloria average taxpayer year home. A complaint boy Mrs. Baker was spending a vaeation -\ conditions which threaten the- In early Attic art, satyrs 'were I, From Key West alternate Fridays

The lawn was decorated in .Knowles, Herman Boweryi Ella that the "big fellow," and he I. oa lnty at this office. from at Tampa and other points stability of the Far East." epresented as grotesque men:;
the birthdaycite Mae Bowery, Florence Russell, General said the jpith horses' tails later !! From N.w York alternate Tear
colors matching i 6:15 to 7115 rs m. for tli. in Florida, returned this morning j Isogai Jap- ; they approached
and colored caps were worn Mary Louise Pent, Emily Hyde, lone, will pay the added bill. iI Mrs. Baker will return within the anese army thinks General Chiang the type of Pan. I days

by the children, many of whom Thomas Key, Jackie Knowles. Small corporations not only I: purpose of delivering com next week. j should return to Nanking from ills) From Boston alternate Saturdays

mere gaily dressed for the occa- 1 Zelda Nunez Mary Grace Non- I plaints. Help m five you 100 I field headquarters in remote MONROE THEATERBette I Ala SEW OHLEAX9 a. KEY WEST

Eton. I,nemacher Densil'KuM*V( Louise i will be assessed nothing extra percent service by calinf 51 F. H. McKinley, of the engineer Szechaun province, where he is !j, Altercate 'W4laeMays. Arrive
< *' Davis-George Brent
Mitchell but the of them in Key \\est _.. day fellewlac.CLYDEMALLORY.
number'Nunez Florence M great majority
During the afternoon a I il you do not receive; Tke C tl- force FERA, who left last virtually unapproachable."It FRONT PAGE WOMAN
of games were played, the boys'|Robert Pent, Glenwood'' Knowles,II probably will get reductions in .... week with John O. C. Bogart, as- is useless," he continued Ann Sothern-John Buckler in

prize being won by Jackie Knowles i Eleanor Ogden, Estelle Pent,I the amount they are required to':1 sistant to H. S. Riddle, on the "for us to try to do business with EIGHT BELLS .J.IJfdE. .

and the girls' prize was won by I Franklin Hernandez, Cynthia shell out, these experts say after: rI.I'I'.I'I'.I'I'.ILEGALS matter of sewerage and fresh the government at Nanking. The Matinee SMITH, Aaens
Balcony lOc Orchestral I.
: ,
Gloria Knowles. ( Howanitz, Thelma Pierce. I water pipe lines, returned on the authorities there are merely con- I ; Key pest
After the games were played I Miss Tessie Curry, Mesdames .careful examination of the big I Cuba this morning.PERSONAL venient buffers for General 15-20; Night: 15-25c

delicious Hamilton Knowles, Emma Key, tax measure expected to bring in I _
and prizes awarded refreshments I Chiang and his military follow -- ---- --
of cake, candy and f Amelia Gay. Mary Pent. Rosie, a total of from $240,000,000 to NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE I City Attorney J. Lancelot Les- ers. They have no real power.

ice cream were served to the I Higgs, J. W. Pierce, Lillian Griffin $25,000,000. The new graduated 1 Notice Is hereby given that under ter left yesterday 1:30 o'clock on Cadet Back Old Chief
and by virtue of a certain Order I
guests, who at a late hour departed -! Herman Bowery, Louise Bul- corporation income tax, to be applied and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale an airplane of the Coast Guard
wishing Ernest Lee many more lard. Ray Elwood and Ernest to 1936 income and payable I made and entered on the 29th day for Miami for a short business "When General Chiang rose to
) of August A- D 135 in and by the power in 1927, he carried with I.t I.
happy birthdays. I Mitchell. in 1937, is put at l25 Va per cent! Circuit Court of the Eleventh Jud trip I
on the first $2,000 net income;!:icial' Circuit of the State of Florida him many of the cadets who once
In Chancery 'served under him at the | !
in and for Monroe County.
-- -- --- Whampoa

................................................. 000 13 per and cent$15,000 on that 14 between cent$2-!, wherein. in a James cause Farrington therein ia pending plaintiff Miss Sylvia E. Guito. daughter]!' Military Academy at Canton. Today I ll ,
; per I of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guito. left J| General /Ir r
and Miami Bank & Trust Com- : Chiang and his]
I from $15,000 to $40,000 and 15: : pony.; also known as Mutml Baak this; week for Tampa en route to Whampoa cadets )
PEOPLE'S FORUMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee per cent on all above 40000. and Trust Company, a corporation Tallahassee to begin her final I I are running ICE
I reanized and existing under the I China, with their activities only, 1ji U S E
..See..eS55555e....555eS Small Corporations Pay Less laws of the State of Florida, and year's studies at Florida Statq I I fI 1
C. E. Batters, Jr and Fern Butters, College for Women. I I II
Under the old there
STORM PROTECTIONIS house lodged between two trees plan was a his wife are defendants. Foreclosure :MackeeBTlIlv'a Lcadlaa He eP>
MOST NECESSARY and there we staged until the flat rate of 13% per cent. Thus,I of Lien of Tax Sale Certificate THE SEMINOLE: ITS PURER!
a considerable fiscal weight has the undersigned Special Albert Wiggin, who was spending I I J
storm was over. Master in Chancery will offer forsale II i i LASTS LONGER! t
Editor. The Citizen: That storm gave me an experience been lifted from every corporation -! and will sell at public outcryTor his vacation with relatives in
cash In hand, to the highest and Ohio, returned the vi
with net below today
$15- on
earnings ,
People will live in dangerous that I will never forget best bidder at the front door of the :. 1
I !I 000-and these, under the latest County Court House in Monroe Steamship Cuba and will begin I ..;:,. t ICE REFRIGERATORS
and not
cravnig more .
places if not in hurricane zonesit am any I County Florida, In the City of Key for his I i .- ,;$o :a1l.
available government figures, I preparations studies at
thrills like that Therefore I I
was. Florida, the legal I Ij i
be in volcanic bet I \\est during G ::
zones, ci
Florida 7ysla:
may believe it would le called a crime comprise more than seveneighthsof hours of sale on Monday, the 7th University. i : Made of all metal-equipped f 1

human lives are at stake at either to stop up Snake Creek with an- all corporations making payments day of described October, D 1935 situate, the. lying following j EE r '!:_ altiJ.eks..ille r with WATER COOLERS +' I II

place, along with heavy property other filL By the use of a or roughly 75,000 of a and being in the County of Monroe Charles Johnson, representinga ;; lij#.. !

damaces. brdige at that point it would bene- total of 82,000. State::: of Florida, to-wit: Two wholesale drug and sundries I s E They're Economical I'
All that part of Lot (2)
Referring to the storm of September fit small crafts. They could navigate Meanwhile, as to the increased in Section Twenty-nine (Zt). company of Tampa, arrived on -
i from one side of the keys to individual income taxes-also Township Sixty > South the Cuba this morning for his 100 Per Cent Refngeratlon
2nd at Matecumbe, Fla.. Range Forty (CO) East, described I
the other. It would permit small levied on 1936 earnings and payable as follows: Commencing regular business trip and visit FlerUa I Satisfaction
it is easy to see why the water craft to seek a better harbor incase in 1937-the ordinary citizen at a point 9 chains and SO with his mother and other rel CHAS. R. GRihER. Manager ,j. I
flooded those little islands. It had of bad weather, but with an- need waste no pencil lead in links South of Northwest of said Lbt Two (2) in Sec- where you will find 7..r'restf.rt :
to raise because there was no way other fill in the place to replacethe figuring what they mean to him. tion Twenty-nine (ZS), Township ..* eatertalBMeBt a mat1ter 'i

for tbe water to escape: due to the one that got washed out that The answer is nothing, since no Sixty (CO) South. Range KEEPS 2-CENT CHECK of great Importance. (I $30 $35
Forty (II) t-ast and from the
fills across the water gaps that means whoever is caught on the change is made below the $50,000 I said point run South 17 chains, -0-.. and
probably were cut through by i wrong side of the railroad will be leveL The new rates start at a! thence run East 2* chains to the (I'- AI.." Press) A sled I. the"r..rf heart .ItrilBK f the' I _
storms thousands: of : 31 cent surtax J waters of the Atlantic Ocean; SAN FRANCISCO. An .oeaC..1 EASY TF.Rl\fS-lO DAYS
years ajr in great danger. per on income >e.. thence run North and along the un- o-
And now again the hurricane suggest -I To safeguard lives it is certain tween $50,000 and $56,000 and waters of the Atlantic Ocean 17 cashed check for two cents, made brerv Room with I FREE TRIAL
that a fill for a raliroad I that insurance corporations are jump progressively higher until chains, more or less, to an Iron out by the treasurer of the Unit- and Shower Bath. Radio, Electric:
bolt which is due East of start- Celling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
Lihgway is not the best means: thi; more interested in collecting their they reach 75 per cent on earnings Ing point; thence run West li ed States. is kept as a memento I Ventilation Comfortable Beds with 1 THOMPSONsS ICE CO.e I +

eta. be used in connecting the I l premiums than they are in paying,:I more than $5,000,000. The chains, more or less, to the Jby R, J. Ziegler. Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction i
starting! point: together with all and Individual Read-l INC.
chain of keys together. out accidental poliicies. Therefore old levy was from 30 per cent to
This recent disastrous hurricane I suggest building a hurricane a maximum of 50 per cent. thereunto. belonging or appertaining RATES I Phone No. 8

points out that those water gaps I house with a protected fresh water Only 8,000 Affected Dated September 4th, 1935. BumsteadsWormSyruplj .,...* _
are pat there to let "ie storm supply. If the land is low, it WILLIAM V. ALRUrtY. 1M Rears. Private Bath _.._ ,Z..eNO
Illustrative of the small minority Special Master In Chancery. 'Tc rhBdre. as snarl elf Seery) When R*._.. Private Bath ...__ :a.lel
tides pest though! b'xttn the may be elevated so the storm house : \\'. CLRKV HARKIS.Solicitor rUoB. are '..10_..... 1"1' Sl VSB 40 !!..... Private Bath --.._ A.eel
keys insteai I o* banking against a I can be built thereon, and in case which need worry about that for Plaintiff FAII.H nmnit desert. and monmMMnot 54 !(__.. Private Bath -. -- .-..1
9t fA:>TOMN
iwlil strip of land aid tae only of a hurricane the people would schedule, the most recent au- sep4-11-18-85, oct **. od sixty mu-s:test.It retains fold .ecnrwbeir fan dma. (I'. Sample news Private Bath 44LI1.IIT .5e E e
thoritative estimate shows some .y mail eS. a f"ltle. jt 1 ai fat Llu.a way it could 1'nd a passage was to I have a shelter to weather the M. C. A, V.iatmj M. 9. 1"IIJIs4e1p. ,. I _
'i 8,000 returns reporting income of
flood over the top and cut rough storm in and also have water to NOTICE: IS HEREBY CIVFV. that ._ ..
more than $50,000 against more -- -- --- -- -- -
as it did. drink. By the use ot this methodit under and by virtue of and pursuant --

If the tills are replayed. it wi'i would save the lives of a great than that 3,800,000 reporting below and entered to that on certain the ISth decree day made of I:

in time ifpeat another flood the number of people in the hurri- figure. August. A. D ISJa: by the Honor-
Because of the imponderables able Jefferson B. Browne One of
same as the one we have just experienced cane districts. It seems the insurance -.
the Judges of the Circuit Court
It will not rear a? companies should ask involved, such as death and the the.Eleventh Judicial Circuit of

much to hide those ntlcr openings Uncle Sam to let them help pay' degree of generosity of holdersof Monroe. County. Florida, in Chancery -

as it will cost t" replacs for the construction of a storm fortunes, the effect of the new pending in wherein that certain E. A.cause fetrunk.therein Jr. FIRMS

about 30 miles of ra:Iroal.' Ana house which probably could be estate and gift taxes can't be pre- Is complainant Burbank Realty $ the lives that lo from cisely weighed. Company a corporation organized
are "t used for a public school. under the laws of the State of Florida -
such floods and othepi: '' Now is the time to correct a mistake One Tax New and Gato Real Estate and Improvement -

damage.I that was made when the rail- The only wholly new tax in the organized and Company.existing a corporation under the
To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Who Rush
have been making my home in' road was being built. Stephen C. setup is that placed on intercor- laws of the State of Florida, are
and around the Florid Keys for Singleton's statement in The Citi- dividends defendants the undersigned Special J
porate requiring
pay- Master in Chancery appointed by
26 years. I weathered three hurricanes zen said that Edward Koehn anda I ment of taxes on 10 per cent of said decree will offer for sale and
-1909. 1910 and the one number of old timers who lived all dividends sell at public outcry to the highest
one corporation re- bidder for cash, at the front door
of 1919 that was very bad, but as there all their lives protested
I ceives from another-a blow at of the County Court House In Key
it happened the flood waters hada against the railroad company fill- West. Monroe County, Florida,, on Star American Coffee ROSES
holding companies.The .
Monday. October 7thA.. D. un JOHN C. PARK 1FT'SYou'll
railroad !
under the
chance to escape Ing the waterS{ like they did, excess profits tax now (same being a rule day of said

bridge and it did not flood but their protests were fruitless.I levies six cent on profits of court and a legal salts day) during find out how
the keys where I was. The worst believe in bad need per the legal hours of sale to-wit. be- FLORAL
we are
very between 10 per cent and 15 per tween 11 clock In the forenoonand good it is when try CASH GROCERY
that I had experienced was the of the railroad and I believe every cent above value 2 O'clock in the afternoon of 328 SIMONTON ST. you
hurricane of 1909. Our family of effort should He made to restore capital ; 12 per said day the following described the first cup, Ib 25e. SPECIALTY
cent on those over 15 per cent. property to satisfy said decree of 1101 Division Street
six spent' that storm in Mr. and it. At the same time it should be Formerly, a corporation could payment of the amount therein

Mrs. J. T. Knowles house on the restored in such a manner to give declare specified: PLUMBINGDURO I LARGO, tt 18c:;
the value of its capital In the City of Wes PLANTS and VINES
west side of Big Pine. The land protection to the people which are and then earn a profit of 12% known a* Lots ghe1(8)( and V. & S., Ib ISc.: PHONE 29
was low at Mr. Knowles' house trying to make their living on the Nine (S). of Square One (1) of

and the tide came up about four keys, instead of endangering their per cess cent profits without tax. paying any ex- Tract Twenty-seven to Martello(27)Towers, according Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy:

feet high, and with the force of 1 Eves: with banking uo tide watersin Subdivision: plat of which subdivision PUMPS
the wind it ripped the house off I storms. being recorded in Plat GroceriesPLUMBING
Scotland was founded as a king. Cook 1. page 140. Monroe County. STAR COFFEE MILL
the ground pins and set us sail EDWARD KOEHN. dom the early of the Florida., Records SUPPLIES. NURSERY )
ing in the house. We shded along 519 United St., years RAYMOND R. LORD. 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
eleventh century by an amalgamation ; Special Master In .Chancery
about fourty feet and then the Key West, Fla. of four tribal kingdoms Wit H. MALONE PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
Solicitor for Complainant. PHONE 597
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HELD LAST NIGHT dio lunch rooms are so noisy, Paul 1 1 Douglass Montgomery in Jewfiah', 2 lbs. 35e INSURANCE
Cavanaugh always carries his alotab.BILIOUSNESS HARMONY LINE Yellowtail 1 Steak 2 Ibi 3Sc 1 t11 '

(Continued from Page One) luncheons with him. He thinks Musical Comedy Yellowtail oa BODe 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 Duyal Street .. -
the bustle takes his mind off his
two officers should have also Grouper 2 Ibs. 25c 'r ,
work. Matinee SUNDAY STAR
: 5-10c; Night: 10-15c
been treated in the same manneras 1 1pp Snapper, 2 Ibs. 2Se _
Rivas inasmuch as they were Mutton Fi.h, 2 .... 25c
From 1850 to 1860 -
Wayne and
2 Per Year
Subscription. $
all in the same status in connec- Hardm counties held court in the T

tion with the proceedings. ancient cave behind Natural o Large FRESH Select SHRIMP.Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Year Meal At

Attorney Gomez then with a bridge in Tennessee.CHILDBIRTH Fresh Crab Meat ia Ib cans 65c Paper Delmonico RestaurantFREE

dramatic gesture suggested to eAn In ;fCJ, ;or) 1 PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
LEFT HER Business Office: Citizen B.dw.iser Boer _____ I"
Councilman Finder to there and

then request the mayor to reinstate -I THIN, WORN,'NERVOUS TO OUR -, f LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Si. Di.._.. --

the two other officers. I SOc. 75 cad 8S.
5 .
PHONE 151 PHONE t. ---------

The mayor immediately replied I I "After birth of my:baby I was ffedd4z2c ..,

and said that he would not com-!thin, nervous, run-down. The'first

ply with this request at the time I bottle of Vinol (iron tonic) helped.It AARON McCONNELL

as he refused to be swept off his,,|, gave me strength, needed ""' each' of our Our Reputation ia Wrap. PRITCHARD

feet so suddenly, and concluded!weight."-Mrs.;: M. Gunstone. "VERY" 836 Fleming Street in package JENNIE B.DE BOER
will be ped
receiving an every
by saying that this was a matterto Oriental Pharmacy. FUNERAL HOME
be given further considerationby I l invitation to our Wedding and 4 l .of .

himself as chief executive of we want n to be the best looking invitation we an get." The

There were a large number in HOTEL ..
attendance at the hearing with Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the Cwrt..y
great interest manifested all dur- Ia the Center of the Business very finest and that is why we are inviting you to inspect oat Q NOTARY PUBLIC

ing the hearing. I i and Theater District 'I remaikable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations WATCHMAKER JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER t
w i and *H\rtvnffrnfnt\ *in the Favored Styles 0(1935. AND ENGRAVER ARTJSJTPRESSCitizen I
q ,
First Clauf"'aeproefS.a.ibl. AaI.Ja-
face 7lrokenOu/T Rale See Him For Your Next Work

-Start today relieve the soreness I THE ARTMAN PRESS ALL PRICES REDUCED
aid healing-and akin, COFFEE Blelf.PHONE .
improve your SHOP NOW OPEI Citizen OfficeJ
Heeirs 9 to 12-1 to t
Resinol Carats Elevator OPOB Saturday Nights Pftoao S4S Noor SUo. .

Popular Prices .. 4.



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