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 12, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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portation Facilities AVAILABLE FIGURES in bis praise of those]
Rev. Staler Peele. will preside. I COMMISSIONERS I OccasionsBy
Rev James S. Day gave a talk REGARDING LOSS OF LIFE
working with him, insofar ;
a unstinted -
EXECUTIVE GIVES DE. I at the Rotary luncheon today on AND MISSING COMPILED BY Members of all congregationsin :, 1 APPROVE PERMITS

Although the hurricaneof the subject of false rumors in efforts are concerned, M. I
connection with the recent hurri- E. Cllfend. district ERA and Chief .r nvrram. The Aurlalr4
September 2 left Key SEEN FROM PLANE FLYING I to join ii these service Also TO SELL LIQUOR Prrnn Waahtnctm)
cane. Rev. Day stated that many -.- i '
West practically unscathed, OVER SECTION I, false reports have been circulated g member of the American Legion,: WPA administrator, returned to It U a mistake to suppose, as
Latest available figures on the I -
throughout the city pertaining to his desk this after some people profess to d., that
: mornnig being
the city and its people suffered -- many things, all of which gave a loss of life, missing persons and national guard representatives of' SEVERAL OTHER MATTERS

: I bad impression, saying that those injured, in the storm, as I I in the storm-tossed area of Lower senators and representative as a
and are still suffering Damage to property on the very rather too compiled by the Red Cross end the army and navy and all private i TAKEN UP BY COUNTY
: people were
Florida Keys said Mayor Wm. II. many the FERA follows 1 I Matecumbe fer a solid week." class are altogether frothy insincere
are as : ,
from the effects producedby : hasty in talking about things that citizens have been invited. I BOARD DURING MEETING
Malone in an interview with The Veterans: Total on camp rosters ..
they knew nothing of. "It is a remarkable thing that I and demagogic; yet certain
interrupted transportation I also 698; accounted for as safe There is now under prepara- I LAST
Citizen "I would class as 100 Dr. William R. Warren I in NIGHT
the became
and uninjured, 312 identified t!! 1 tions follows not one person camps IT come of the thing said isrecent
facilities. I percent destruction." gave an address along the same ; II a program as : I
j persons, 80; injured, hospital}I sick, even though sanitary
I lines, and stated that the persons Reading of a proclamation- weeks in
the Overseas highway Buildings of all descriptionshave 1 cases, 101 still missing or not j I Il conditions, obviously, were ," Washington can.
should ;
With these poor
been totally destroyed in the I circulating rumors |: Mayor Wm. II. Malone. I I Applications for the position of
be prevailed to discontinuethese l definitely accounted for 205;j' the administrator declared this not be taken too *erions1y.This .
I' upon I probation officer of Monroe
and the Florida East stricken area he said, and vegetation I I: Verse of America by congre- county -
'total veterans dead or missing,]
I actviities which leave nothing morning. '"Absence of dis- submitted
I II any by Wm. T. II. Boll,
practically Jwwhed away. '':285. i I I effect ,
Coast Railway both out of other than a demoralizing | j jnvocatlonRev. J. Carlyle Roberts and Richard
I Here and there a lone coconut .11 I I easeof course, was due to the i ieffort.3
Civilians .
Known to be dead Father Wm.J.
the people, especially as j : H
: tree rears its head from the surrounding upon of the medical) Sawyer, are to be submitted summer in the oapitaL The
service, Key Nesters are desolation and instanceslike they are entirely without foundar 125; injured, hospital cases 151. Reagan Catholic Church. to Governor Sholtz without recom
No estimate is given of the there. This was under the I tJ.
naturally anxious to learnat these but increase the desolate I I Musical number, "The Trumpeteer" mendation. This was decided at
appearance of the surrounding I. Rev. Day had as a guest at the number of civilians thought byl: -Sung by Avery Johnson. leadership of Dr. Harry C. Galey,i a recessed meeting of the county ties.
1 meeting his Malcolm Day. i friends or relatives to be missing.1[
the earliest possible mo- terrain. son I t I city health officer Dr. Julio De- commissioners: last night.
while Andrew Miller had as his Because of the fact that no ac-I Scripture-Rev. J. B. Culpep-
The view gained by Mayor Malone Poo, as his assistant, and Robert Present at the meeting were definitely on being back home before *
ment when these avenues of 'guest Major W. W. Rhein of theji i curate list of residents of the per First Methodist Church. '
of the Keys- from a Coast locf J Army Barracks. I j I I Keys and visitors on the Keys at Musical number, "Empty Chair" Spottswool, pharmacist. Their I' Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Commis- Jnly, instead of swelteringover
travel will again be opened Guard plane flying close to the 'I sioners Wm. R. Porter, BraxtonB.
vivid'description the time the work most effective."It .
William Malone; a of disaster' the Red was
ground on the flight to and from gave i J Quartette, Janice Lewis, Eve B. Warren and Nathan Niles; a legislative jig saw in late
of the destruction j 'Cross is unable to furnish of-
for an was only through the maintenance -
commerce.To Miami, and he was afforded an Warner George Mills White and Clerk Ross C. Sawyer Tax Assessor -
along the Florida Keys as seen :ficial list of other civilians miss- of two organizations', one I ..... Political animosities got
excellent determining
opportunity of Otto Kirchheiner. Chief
secure information for its from plane and said that the i ing or unaccounted for. This Avery Johnson. in West
a ; accounts Key with No Name Key I
the extent of the storm's raw Deputy Bernard Waite and few
. readers, The Citizen sent a telegraphic I loss of life must have been enormous -! < for the fact that this total' Address, "The Known and Un- as the base of supplies and the interested citizens. a an unusual headstart for a pre

message of inquiry to S. ages.Asked about the highway the judging from the devsatated j chief for the area through which the storm! than a previous list based on esti- First Baptist) Church. the work was carried out as effectively -
M. Loftin, attorney mayor said! he had a good view of I which were held over from
passed.A t'mates which have not yet been Flag Ceremony-Junior Patrol. as it was. While those I letter from constituents were
the roads and One the last
railway company, and also joint bridges. scene 'I meeting were approved
information relative which particularly impressed himas committee was appointed to verified or ascertained Verse, of National Anthem b) ni the rescue party, at Matecumbe That of Joseph Russell, Sloppy none too cheering.
receiver, asking draw resolutions of respect M. E. Gilfond, who returned' ( working eighteen and
to the power and force of the up congregation standing-Hospitality were twenty Joe's receiving the approval of!
to the repairing of the rail. winds and waters was about one | relative to the lives that were lost from the scene of the storm last Band. j 1: hours a day, here and at; No Name' the full board and Mr. Porter refusing Nerves worn thin usually. lead

way. mile of tr; ck. as seen from the I on the keys. William K. Warren'and night after a week in that area, Three Volleys-American Le-i!! Key, twenty-four hour service was to approve one for George to sharp words desperate threats

I* reply Mr. Loftin sent air, which seemed to have been Charles E. Smith were namedon
the following: "Your wireretarding moved from the right-of-way of this committee. |j''direction had handled 182 dead Taps. I I[i supplies to the stricken area." He At the regular- meeting/ which may mean exactly setting at all

repairs to storm j the railroad and stretched along I Another committee, with :Mr.'' bodies. Of this number 70 had. I Benediction Rabbi Phillip!, commended J. Gerry Curtis and followed the recessed meeting except that member are letting

damage. A server of the the highway.Mr. Malone as chairman, was appointed -i been cremated. Krystal!' Jewish Synagogue. ''those who assttited him in handling liquor license applications from off steam, as n *t ether human

damage ha just 'been com Malone said he was given to make every effort to I; The proclamation to be read by I'I the work here. Juan Carbonell. Habana-Madric beings are aceutosMd t* do uu

pleted lad a( this time I am to utidenl** t>.t repairs had I secure better mail service for Key. M Ser Malone is A3 follows; "Except for one J>lane which I Club; Jesus Saa

  • unable to tate when repairswill ready started on the highway West. CLAIMS HIGHWAY On the night of September 2nd,'I'brought typhoid innoculation se Geornina; Hernandez Seam The No one should conclude that

    be nndertaken or the within a month the road aI-I The meeting was presided over I I a disastrous storm passed over rum to Mateoumbe" from Miami- Cave; Jose Lopez. Cairo's and the session ended with every mem-

    time required for reconstruc bridges would be temporarily by Melvin E. Russell, president of, TO BE READY FOR the Florida Keys within this which wag requested by Dr. Galey I Oscar Solano' were approved. ber wanting to get his fingers on
    the club. County in which many of the -air supplies of food. water and
    tins** paired and usable. Depository accounts for the the throat of one or more of his
    It will be readily seen from the From another source it was I I USE lives of our fellow citizens of medical provisions utilized all Lower I month of August: were read colleagues. Much that was said
    telegram, that while there is noth- learned today that about 80 men this Countv were lost and a I Matecumbe were sent there 1 checked and approved. wasn't meant at all, and already

    ing specifically set out, it shows were at work at Snake' Creek preparing LOCAL SHERIFF great number of the families of from Key West" the administrator '.i Deputy Sheriff Waite was In- has been forgiven and forgotten.

    that repairs to the to build abutments and our fellow citizens in Key West continued. stnldt'd by the boaSt:! to furnish
    by implication 1 In No Fit Condition'One
    contemplated. As the other construction work before AND HIS STAFFPOLICING are mourning the loss of loved' "The cooperation between the j! transportation to Miami for Tony
    officials and stockholders! were to the temporary sp; n is started. OPERATIONS MAKES REPORT ones, and has cast a gloom Florida. ERA and Sheriff Karl O.j| Glaser, released prisoner from the old-timer in polities, after
    { Thompson was splendid and amic- j a short visit to Washington a
    hold this week it is expected throughout our community. county jaiL who was without funds
    a meeting KEYS ON CONDITION OF tble throughout the entire period." moath before adjournment, observed -
    that at its conclusion defi- 1 These people were God-fearing f and will go to Miami to seek employment -:
    FLORIDA BRINGS eitizenship]I Speaking of the National Guard that h. never bad seen
    information will be forthcoming ROAD AT PRESENT industries people; a on a ship. I
    i _____
    of which any community could! under the command of Maj.} Wm.V. .1 congress so weary and irritable.
    as to the company's inten- ABOUT Albury Mr. Gilfond said that "They ought to recess and takea
    tions. 390 PASSENGERSVESSEL THIRTY SPECIAL DEPUTIES feel justly proud. I I
    I, There were also on these islands -, fo far as he knew the Key West CARO ENTERS good !rest" he said. They are
    wired W. R.
    The Citizen also ARE ENGAGED INWORK Conrad Van Hyning. state director number of war veterans -; unit was the only one which ecj in no fit condition to I legislate, or
    Kenan Jr., president of the F. E. 1 I I of FERA operations, an- ,a men great who had served their j, tutlly went to work and removed do any other kind of _k."

    C. and the Florida East Coast ARRIVED IN PORT s UNDER DIRECTIONOF nounces that the highway over the country; on foreign fields who bodies along rvith others on the CITY RACE FOR I A few days later a western congressman
    Hotel company, asking if the hurricane Keys to Key West should be ready ( Keys The guard was sent thereto into "
    came a
    THOMPSON newspaper
    SHERIFF bodies the
    carried their scars
    damage to this section 1 for motor transportation- within of battle they were again tierijing do police duty, but went far POLICE JUDGE. shop to complain mildly about a
    would have any effect on the MIAMI the next 45 daysReplacing their eonntry in combating' beyond that field in giving as- story quoting him on the subject
    scheduled: opening of the Hotel Snake Greek bridge, sistanae. Maj. Albury his offi- i I
    in1 I,of what he was going to do politically -
    the battle of engaged
    Preservation of law and order peace;
    Casa Marina. which went out completely dur-
    errs and men are to be heartily WELL KNOWN PRACTICING: to
    J some of his colleagueson
    Replying Mr. Kenan wired and policing the Florida Keys. is nie: the storm, was one of the constructing monumental public!( commended for their splendid 1 I the
    other side
    of the fence.
    Steamship Florida of the and
    P. the !
    now lender the supervision \f works, spanning open spaces ATTORNEY IS FIRST TO
    fir started the administration
    "Your night letter of September O. S. S. company arrived this Sheriff Karl O. Thompson of"Mon t projects and it is by expectedthis between the Keys with bridges'!; york, Mr. Gilfond states.A. t' I I "I can't very well deny it," he

    10. Impossible at morning from Miami with 110 i roe Ojunty and his 'staff of about :that perhaps will stand, when; C. Tanner sanitary engineer'! COME FORWARD WITH FORMAL .! explained ruefully "because I
    will be ready within the next Administration (
    I : I here with the Key West -
    this time to reach decision first clrv aid it. Bat bang it all. I didn'tmean
    any passengers and 64 sec I 30 deputies. two'days.. completed as a monument to,
    regarding the Casa Ma ond clans passengers for Key West; I This information was conveyed their' industry. loyalty a.d'' and his assistants "cer- ANNOUNCEMENT I a word of it. I was just;
    I There number .of "
    are emer
    rina." 215 first and one second i to Chief Deputy Bernard Waite gency fills to be a made on the highway patriotism. It is proposed bytheir ';i administrator tainly did excellent said. work. 'the I shooting off my mouth just

    This telegram is also one which : passenger for Havana, clas'l: in a letter received late yestet4 y roads and other fills connecting comrades in the American' I gassing around and now look
    total of 390 arrivals. "The .U. S. Coast Guard helpedi T. S. Caro. popular and well- what's happened! How would it
    statement Thompiun.Major West
    does not make any positive evening from Sheriff the islands will have to be Legion the churches of Key ,
    deal the entire
    but it is the conclusion that]I The vessel also brought a large William V. Albary.! F.! made.It : and the good citizens of the community -}[us a great" during known practicing attorney of this be if 1 pet out a statement sayingit

    as there have been thousands ofj;! consignment of freight 13 automobiles : N. G., and members 'of the'de-' is proposed to establish a J to hold a memorial BeIT-! period, he pointed out. "The C:I city, makes his formal announce- was jest a let of Toot weather
    I I G. No. 826 was at our disposal ment in the columns of The Citizen -
    for Key West and 13 for to I talk on my part, with no real! intention -
    people who have already arrangements -| ; tachment which were assigned permanent! eperations camp either ice, in order that tributes re-!;i constantly and when I called for
    today for position of "
    to visit West this Havana in stricken on the be pad' to police back: of it?
    Key ( duty the area at Islamorada or Snake Creek. spect: and honor may }volunteers from the Sceikee. twelve
    season and many of them conj|: Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- Keys, are to return this This will quarter 200 workers -,: these fellow citizens, who have! } justice to be voted on in the Eventually he deeMed to let
    j men were sent to us for four consecutive j coming election to be held in No-
    tern plated remaining for the pe-j Mallory Lines is due to arrive i Others of the artern.-cn.1 I and the site will be : paid the great price. I|, days to assist in the vember. the situation alone OB the theory

    riod as guests of the Casa Marina,J-: tomorrow morning about 7 o'clock ed yesterday.The ed within the next few determin-I I I. therefore call upon all the j work. I that such an explanation might!;

    that later on when the atmosphere]]' from Jacksonville and Miami I' proposal to recall the national The Monroe County Ferry churches in the City of Key West,'}| "The Coast and Geodetic Sur-I I'i I, formally Mr. Cairo to is throw the first his bat candidate in the I put him in a worse light than

    has cleared up and the damaged I! with consignments of freight for guard detachment was opposed ida Keys is expected to Flor'I'I the American Legion, llemben'of ': boats also assisted extensively ever.

    area on the Keys has been cleaned I!j I Key WestFreighter I.! by Sheriff Thompson who,I Matecumbe Sunday. It has the National Guard, the representatives -! vey in the reclamation and rescue,I Ii jring.I When Mr. Caro was elected to I' It's Old Senate CustomIn

    up. the aspects will be less terrifying .1': Alamo, of the same, in telegrams to Key West which been completely renovated and of the Army and Navy i work. Their boats were used in I the municipal judgeship, several the senate where service is

    and brighter views present.'.lines, is due to arrive in port I i were forwarded to officials, an-paired, at a shipyard in ,.: of our city, and all private citi-j') transporting supplies from Not I he received one of the longer the feeing of brotherhood -

    ed of the future. |I Sunday from New York, en router 1 nounced that the services of the;|I I vine and will be ready for re-I zens. to assemble at 4:30 p. nut Name to Lower Matecumee." (I yean largest ago majorities ever given a I i I under the skin H especially

    While there are a number to Tampa. This vessel also has guards were of inestimable value!j I I I upon arrival. It is also : Sunday, September, 15th, 1935'1. Mr. Gilfond also commended I j candidate in Key West, and the 1, strong, no matter how surface indications -

    people inclined to the belief that(!I consignments of freight. I I Irj 'Jin I policing the storm destroyed,,I that the Ferry Key West now I Bayview Park in order the work of Benjamin Sawyer who I excellent vote =siren him at that I I may belie it.

    the damaged 1 railroad property rj II!I Steamship Granada, of the area and attending to other duties..1 I II ]. port here will be ready for serv- gage in suitable memorial services went in, waded through marsh I:, time was nothing other than a true Once the senate was called aMillionaires'

    will not be repaired. there are' Standard Fruit and Steamship M I)I Withdrawal of the detachments! ice in a short time. in honor of our beloved dead, and swamp I bend and in other ways demonstration of his popularity.! dub. Now it

    others convinced that within a I I';I Company, is due to arrive at 1 11 I'i from the Keys was announced inj' I and to register the esteem isl, assisted in finding and removing!. it is shown lie held the office of hardly could quaftfy that but
    short time officials of the com-;' o'clock tomorrow afternoon from''a I telegram from Governor Sholb'to I NOTICE SUPERVISOR OF which our fellow citizens of this' bodies. city judge very satisfactorily for I the club npirit. reauina. Often
    pany will make announcement of f!!;: Philadelphia with 36 tourist passengers the sheriff which advised: REGISTRATION II County, and of our distinguished''i I I "Maintenance of an organ'rzai -|'; many years, the record show senators disagree .o violently that

    reconstruction of the damaged;:: bound for Key West and 1|' "Adjutant General Collins advises -,t soldiers are held, and to cherish''jtion!: at this end was essential if Mr. Cuo merited the confidence the galleries think a physical' encounter -

    sections. I Frontera Mexico.RUSSELL I that Van Hyning and Sheriff]| N<*ice is hereby given to all i j i i their memories as living examples>J j lthe i work was to be successfuL I. imposed by an efficient and fearless -i inevitable, and tea

    Among the latter is Mayor Wm.I I Coleman agree on complete withdrawal .j persons desiring to register for to those of us who remain. I i Lieut. William Klaus of the Unit- 1 administration when in office i minutes later are swapping jokesin

    H. Malone who while having no FAMILY TO' of all national guards and lithe]I Municipal General Election tol' WILLIAM H. )!ALONE. j Jed i States Navy assisted trmen- and is making the race for city! the cloakroom with the finest

    definite information. discussed', the withdrawal will be completed be held in the City of Key West t I Mayor.I. dously in maintaining constant radio -" judgeship at this time on his past of fellowship

    that matter while in Miami several :' today.! Suggest you contact Van i I' on the 12th day of November, A. Attest this 12th day of September !I communication with. Lower record of which the citizenry of[ A classic example was the fast

    days ago, with Governor!'LEAVE JATURDAYWilliard Hyning for any help you may I'D. 1935. that said registration AL D. 1935.WALLACE "I I I Matecumbe Key where R. G. Key West in: its entirety ar* quite personal friendship and close com-
    Sholtz and a number of state and to replace guard." !| books will be opened at the of- PINDER, i i Graham of the remote control radio ', familiar, his friends assert panionship of the late Senator

    federal officials all of whom t This was relayed to Sheriff I lice of Supervisor of Registration Clerk. station of the Department of,i Recent practice in the police Penrose of PenMyivaaia who

    seemed inclined to the belief the Russell, of the I local Thompson who, it was jjat I the City Hall beginning Friday, I'I. Commerce remained on duty for I courts of Tampa has given Mr. ridiculed reformers and the elder

    railroad will be rebuilt.WANTED. United States Immigration border later immediately employed 25 September 13, at 9 o'clock a. m. I three days and nights getting only I I Caro in..lobleexperient'e in this LaFollette, who said every. evil

    patrol. plans to leave Key West (Continued on Page Four) to 12 m.; and from 2 to 5 p. m. Friday and SaturdaySPECIAL I *v few naps" Mr. Gilfond said. i I work, and.he is considered one of r thing imaginable about machine

    Saturday. with his family for Miami I Said registration books will "Except for a few laborers 'the most prominent attorneys of t bosses.

    to which district; he has been NOTICE close on the 14th day of October, CHERRY AND MILK' who came to Lower Matecnmbe the city who has had wide experience :-
    transferred. A. D. 1935, at 5 p. m. 'I expecting to be paid for their in all natters of a legal NOTICE
    200 modem persons to attend I He will be relieved by Patrol- All bills pertaining to suppliesfor Take due notice and govern CHOCOLATB LAYER 35c time while: king and sleepingas mature, say his numerous friends
    Kappa Pi's Superstitious Dance at D. Herble Todd Geron- storm relief sent to Mate- yourselves CAKE, onlyMALONEY .".__"'__ .
    men and accordingly. wen as while working and had I and supporters,'predicting for hima Until further notice office: consultation -
    the Cuban Club. Friday, 13th i.i imo Roman who arrived on the cumbe should be presented immediately E. C. GOMEZ & PEACOCK to be sent back to Key West we victory in the coming electionfor will be .by appointment
    with Del Wood's 8-Piece Orchestra. Steamer Florida from Mimi i this to Clem Price at FERA Supervisor of Registration "
    ( Ph.n* 818 Free Delivery had the best possible cooperation. the position to :which he as only. Call 700-7.
    Ladies, Gratis. Gents, 60c.: morning building. sept2-lt sept2-3t Mr. GOfond concluded.. pires. aeptll-Zt J. Y. PORTER" JR.

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    '(Etc Sep '[l Open\ : TEXAS CENTENNIAL 1 .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeTHE eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeHOWDYJJEY i{and mount a-hog for exhibition,
    .J. 'I KEY WEST IN. \WEATHER Today In Historyoooooooeoooooooooftoee purposes to future generations.i
    Published! Dally Except Sunday By t
    TUB CITIZEN prRI.ISHING CO, INC.I Next year Texas will celebrate the ..
    P. A.RT.A.r.el..t. 100th anniversary of its declaration of independence DAYS GONE $ ........................ WEST11 No Jane,the dove of peace isn't
    JOE ALLEAuUtamt Baxlan MamacerFr v 1635: -Historic Concord, Ma< moulting she' just been
    w. RED
    . m The Citizen Bu_ Ang: which here Just 10 Year I' Temperature* By trte\
    Corner Greene and Ann Streets was signed March 2, I' Afo TeJaf At Takes From founded. Ittt..eSe..........e..e. .that way.
    1836, during the short war which resultedin Highest _._89 I"Feeble r I
    Only Dally New. aper In Key West aid :Ifonroe The F.i\f. \ Of Th. CitUe Lowest __ ___ 80 1814 Assault British Dear Uncle Sam: Please remember -'
    --- ---- -- ---------- ? ?- Ly : Impro.ed'by
    I mind he
    west, County. second class matter' freedom from Mexican rule. An I i; Mean\ ..-...-....----.-..........,?...,_.....84 Baltimore-the battle which inspired next time that economy can" declared '
    Entered at Florida.
    "- Key'F FTy-sfiTH a TEAR tion commemorating the event will eXPosi-1 I Among other desirable featuresof 'I II Normal Mean ..... .___... _83 Francis Scott Key to write begins at home. physician.high temperature We are frequently sure a

    M....... .the *;cUte4 FTCM in Dallas. I Florenta subdivision in that rtainfall* I"The Star Spangled Btpnerr" priced by those wild statements
    -,h._Anocl"- Press t. ncldslvely entitled to use 'Santa Teresa Prado will run north: Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.., !
    annually obser-ed in Maryland Am declares that '
    tnI' r r4+y,at. S of all newt dllpatcbes credited tot When Mexico secured its independence -j and I south and Boca Chic Es. Normal Precipitation ..__ .24 Ins. as evangelist constantly made by phyl dafts.

    the, r local not news.therwlse published credited berg In this_ paper.and_ __also of Spain in 1821, Texas was Mexican j i i planade wil run east and west.(l 'TIle. recs.._... s....... .... ...r Defenders' Day there is no buying or selling in t tI
    , .. _.. i heaven. Why of course not, that| Modern
    This i I i JI (C mt & .1 tab mmrmlmf. I news agencies are
    territory but'was being rapidly colonized f will begin at the water ;and 1869-The National i Pro*>ibit>on is the
    one of things it must
    NAt U-\l tlllCPIALASSOCIATION cross the the 1 I I' Tomort w'e Almanac I many 'about. perfect--and never tepea).
    lake west
    l f.-t 1 ,. by settlers from the United States.. This !end of beta canal Chief or acecordmg at to Sun rises ._n -..-... .-.._. 6:12 a. m. Party organised in Chicago.1908Orville be minus of in order to be heaven.I Still the newspapers have just fmifhed -

    .: <=:/,1tnlSet 1935 ._ colonization was not looked upon with Engineer's Sections Sun lets -_'_._m 6:33 p. t tellHtg! ;UI ,for a_ fifth time
    reports. one Wright made
    has the Moon rises _........_._... 7:03 p. m'l new Maybe the reason it is so hard I that father Owifchlfe t .'t in fag
    acf5CRIPTlosf RA'TEsflee favor Plaza beautiful centerof
    Tear.........!___._ .. IIP.00PI by the Mexican government, and a ,, Moon sets mm.......___ 6:57 a. endurance record at Fort Myer by for a politician to follow the constitution 'vor of New .Deal pottdes.
    Months, 'nn_ _hn______ ___ "...'_'__ Leo drastic laws were passed against which development with a large:': Tomorrow Tide remaining in air an hour and 14 W :
    ,Three Months J..BOOne I square 110 by 130 feet in the I minutes, while his brother wz sbteakhiff is because he demands the
    Month .___" ..15vkly the American pioneers rebelled. center of which will be a large', A.M. P.M. I records right to stand on it. I' Trying to keep tne country outs
    __'--_ _..21 High ___....__-__....10.02 10:09 in Frante. of the red i what wakes ua so
    battles fountain. >
    Principal of the which followed This fountain will be -
    war '
    ADVERTISING RATES Low _. ___ 3:25 3:50 *
    Made known on application. ._ __ were the siege and slaughter of the decorated with rose quartz to be I[ Barometer" "' nom S a. m. today: 1918-Beginning of Belt'3 cf Who is expected to ever be- darn Mue. -
    !SPECIAL NOTICE. supplied from the mine of E. R.i St. Mihiel, France. come meek enough to inherit the I
    All reading notices, cards of thanks, reaolationa .f entire garrison of the Alamo at San An- Tifts, welll known capitalist who i, Sea level, 30.02.WEATlEK earth we're wild dodging? Anyone who (esn't believe-
    respect obituary notices etc, will be charged for at !i I : kept .
    the rate of 10 cents a line.Xotiees tonio in February 1836, by the Mexicans is deeply interested in this won-,, FORECAST I J934-V cr of .he DuPontc, tax collectors. I space is limited never watched a
    for entertainments by churches from -which derful woman trying to find ten cents in
    a revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a lineThe under their president, Santa Anna, and the subdivision on Boca Chka. testifying before Senate rGmnit-1 I a handbag.
    Citizen Is an open forom and invites discussion battle of San Jacinto (Till 8 p. m., Friday) Lee:. pave their profits in jean I The plan is: The brain'
    of pUbiC Issues and subjects of local or general on April 21 of the Plans 1U14-1S as quarter-billion dollars.:
    Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. are yet in the formative Key West and Vicinity: Partly I my hope for the professor to be "You can forget most of your
    same year in which Santa Anna was defeated -:stage for the great celebration of 'I
    I! ; able to take ere of the president'sbusiness troubles if you 11 keep hard at
    and taken the Texans : Cuban Independence Day Oc- / William Goebel was administered
    prisoner by "
    i1 : while the president work, observes a peyehiatrisuChief
    Senator Long met the fate of most tober 10. The arrangements to \\\\1 the oath of office as $governorof I
    : under General Sam Houston.In Kentucky while his deathbed marks and grades students papers.. we fear that is wrong;"hav.:
    date on
    include the arrival of a Cuban .
    dictators. work for constitutes
    September, 1936 a constitution for warship veterans of the Re-:, ( \.. front an asao5sin'a bullet in 1 I:big to a lime
    I main
    our worry.
    the Republic of Texas was adopted and volucionarios Cubanos and other 1900. Lightning recently knocked an
    \ t. -
    Few troubled with in- The I Oklahoma man's pants off. In that I
    people are exercises willas (
    Sam Houston became president. The state !I The world is divided into twe.
    : Mountain States end Plateau region case the only difference between
    usual be held in the Mtane plotin
    somnia around 6 classes who hell,
    a. m.Knee 'I I : say wat is
    was admitted as one of the United Statesin the city cemetery where tributes with a disturbance over east lightning and a depression U that
    those who but never
    1845. will be paid to the dead and t : ern South Dakota, Huron, 29.82 the latter allows ample time for!!rand"r hare to!!fight promote
    action seems more popular in addresses made by well known I i inches! while a high pressure area one to I locate a barrel. one.
    Dallas was chosen as the centennial \ 1
    'rI crested over Ontario. Sault Ste.
    automobiles than in churches. city over Houston and San Antonio, having Cuban speakers. I I Partly Cloudy Marie, Mich. 30.20 inches, onr-f( ,Food Credited-- -for- Longevity bYI I with Italy halitosis is a place wowM where die a person with
    spreads most sections from the .
    offered greater inducements, including a A cablegram received from .cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle ,, Woman 101. Headline. We'd jealousy.The .
    ___ _Every candidate i? a winner-a few fair site and $3,500,000. The state and Captain George T Rice yesterday east to south winds. Mississippi the west Gulf Valley States.eastward Showers and el ways imagined it would be. I

    months before the voting begins. anndunces the safe arrival of Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight: and thunderstorms have continued I aborigines of Tas.fti
    Federal governments are expected to furnish -
    I-I '
    : -. himself and family at Honolulu and Friday; probably showers in who belonged to the early itonj
    : over southeastern'! districts, exceptin
    $5,000,000 each for the exposition.A II. I. Captain Rice and family left north and central portions. I priate'time for someone to stuff and wood age are now extinct t
    I southern Florida the rainfall I
    I ,
    It won't be l long ,L fore the wets and I 1
    San Francisco September 3. Mrs. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: being at Port La. I .._-a
    heavy Eads. -'- -- --
    -ihe drys will be staging the same old arfu- Rice was before marrige Miss and East Gulf: Gentle east to 1.42 inches; T.tusville; Fla. 1.08 ,'
    xnent. POTATO REBELLIONAs Malvina Williams daughter of the:, south winds over south and cen- and Jacksonville r
    inches Fla..I'
    late Peter Williams and :Mrs. Williams -'''trek portions and gentle to mod 1.10 inches. There have also been
    of Elizabeth street. At Honolulu erate shifting winds over extreme
    to moderate rains
    in the
    The trouble with a reformer is that might have been foreseen by its it is expected that Captain north portion and partly overcast Lake
    Superior region. 'temperatures
    he wants his conscience to be other pea sponsors the new Potato Control law and Mrs. Rice will be guests' of' weather tonight and Friday with have risen from the lower.1 Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty

    ple's guide. passed by Congress at its. recent session Lieutenant Commander Ralph B.scattered; showers, especially)) over Lake region and Ohio Valley east-'

    s.w has caused widespread resentment Spalding and Mrs. Spalding for north portion. ward to the Atlantic coast and in : Loan Bonds Are Advised To
    ,one day. i tome western sections, but readings
    A good name is better than great growers, because of its absurd and drastic I I WEATHER: CONDITIONS are still below normal I

    riches, because there is inheritance tax provisions.The People of Key West are responding Pressure is relatively low off throughout most districts, exceptin t See Us With Reference
    very generously in buy- southern Florida and the Rocky
    requires raisingmore
    on a good name. every person ing tickets for the Elks benefit. the North Carolina coast this Mountain and Plateau regions. -
    I than five bushels of potatoes to be dance to be given Tuesday. morning and is moderately low G S. K&MNEpr. To The New Treasury -

    You may glory in a pipe, sp mellow subject to a quota, in excess of which he evening at the Athletic Club. The t I over the northern Plains, Rocky. Officer in Charge. (

    rich and I far must not sell, except upon payment of a proceeds of the dance will be commandant of the Old
    ripe; but enjoy by a good given to the Country Club. .: Camp Financing
    Key West cigar. tax of 45 cents a bushel. Also it is pro- Guard is now making arrange- KEY WESTCOLONIAL I,

    vided that all potatoes marketed must be The marriage of Miss Helen.ments for their accommodation. HOTELIn
    Luethi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. In the party which will arrive in I
    packed in containers prescribed by the
    O. O. states in his
    McIntyre column
    Key West will be Governor
    A. D. Luethi of 1119 Von Philter the Center that he never talked over the radio. government and bearing tax stamps or street, and Cornelius Herz was Walker of Georgia and his staff, Theater West
    and District
    National Bank of Key
    The fast
    Thanks so much.A tax exemption stamps. Heavy penaltiesare solemnized yesterday afternoon 4 6 Governor Martin of Florida and I

    provided for violations of the law, o'clock in St. Paul's church with his staff and members of "the' AVlanta First cta.F'"U'eproof-
    only relatives and close friends of, Shrine Club.
    S..i..... Rate
    which will affect about three million -
    paragrapher points out that Wash- the family present. Miss Lnethi : i :Member"ot the Federal Reserve and of the FederalDeposit
    _jngton wasn't always first. He was farmers. was unattended. Mr. Herz had as I Cigar factories of Key West COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEC' '

    : Martha's second husband. Already at least one community, that best man. Harry Luethi. brother I have experienced excellent business Insurance Corporation
    of the bride. M\'. and Mrs. Hers during the past few months Carat EUvatdr I
    of West Amwell, N. J., is in open revolt
    left on the afternoon train for a' and at this time a number of them Popular Price
    :; The time to take care of one's healthis against the law, and a resolution adoptedby honeymoon visit to northern and are adding to their working for, 6

    : while one is free of sickness. Remem-. 35 citizens has been sent to President eastern cities and will afterwardgo ces. The output during the monthsof ..:.," -
    to Grand Rapids,. Mich.\ where July and August was greatly in!
    her the of Roosevelt. It says, in part:
    : ounce prevention.
    they will make their future home. excess Of the same period last 111.l1.4T.lII
    "We will not be bound by the Potato _. year it was learned today. : ........,......eeeeeeee*.eeeeeeeeeeeee..............................:

    : Haile Selassie might remind Mussolini Control law, an unconstitutional measure On next Friday afternoon Key f .
    West will be host to the Old Guard The U. S. Tug Bayspring left:
    enacted the United States Con-
    : with some degree of alarm to II Duce recently by
    Battalion of Atlanta. This big yesterday afternoon for Dry Tor.
    :that Ethiopia is still in the League. gress. We shall produce on our own land organization will remain but a tugas going to. the assistance of i SHOP AT

    such potatoes As we may wish to produceand short time in Key West and will Eagle Boat 36 which is reported
    proceed to Havana where W. H. ashore in Garden Key channel. I
    r A Jacksonville church offered up will dispose of them in such manneras I i

    ;thanks to God for the cross-state canal. we deem proper. As an earlier gen- '-- -

    ;Appropriately the congregation sang eration of Americans, not only in Boston.

    :;"Beantiful River," "On Jordan's Banks," but at Greenwich, N. J., resisted an arbitrary -

    :;3Iake Me a Channel of Blessing," Etc. and unjust law enacted for their

    -. government by the British Parliament so YOUR i

    :; A paper in St. Petersburg gives away will we resist this Potato Control law." .

    :its issue on the days the sun does not shine;
    :;the competitor should go it one better-and THE WHOLE WORKS'.! '. ,, i r SiU i

    :donate its paper on the days the sun does -- REFRIGERATOR IKz

    shine.I That would give the folks in the An exchange prints a little story, clipped i :... :.

    :"Sunshine" city two papers for the price from an unknown source, which is $: r '
    }' i
    :01 one, with the joke on the publishers, of very good and perhaps very old. anyway -

    -course. it's worth repeating.It t '.. ..
    .. 5 YEARS OLD ?
    concerns an Omaha jobbing house- i iS : 7U
    :; They're not mad, but there is the and a customer merchant in a small Iowa ,

    record of their branch of the service to be town. A of
    shipment goods received by brand :
    If yore refrigerator is now five yean old you can put a .
    maintained. So the marine corps aviators the customer was rejected as unsatisfac I new General Electric in your kitchen-have all the newest
    .: convenience features-and be ahead. The savings du,
    | here last week are stirred up over reports tory. money
    to greater efficiency and lower operating costs will pay for IL
    |it was the navy that took the first mail to The jobber prepared to institute suit "
    The General Electric: Refrigerator ha long been famous for
    Key West after the storm. "It was the for collection, and wrote to the railroad dependable refrigeration at low cost.NOW the General Electric: AND --

    : marines," they report "and we were the agent at the village for information about sealed'tn-iteel mechanism has double the cold producing is
    capacity and uses ",0" less current than 1930 models.
    first to reach the city and land after the the arrival of the merchandise; to the SAVE MONEY
    Pat a new General Electric in your home tomorrow and be
    hurricane." Okay, now is the situation in president of the bank for information con- money ahead every month. :

    : hand?-Miami Daily News.In cerning the financial standing of their cus- : :

    tomer; to the mayor of the city asking him 9 We carry a complete stock of merchandise !

    the wake of every storm that blows to recommend a good lawyer to handle New
    for home. Why not drop in and see
    I- into this part of the coast comes a tidal their case; and to the merchant himself General l ElectricRefrigerators $ : your i

    wave of criticism of the weather bureau. threatening suit, if he did not make payment S : for yourself? ,: :;

    Miamians"'h ye a Th bit of blaming their at once. S : ................. -- :
    own weatherman as well as the system, All the desired information came in a

    _'_from ,,"ashingtqndown..' Local bureaus single letter as follows: 40% : Another 53-Piece Dinner Set W rth 1 1i
    ". are made responsible for warnings over "I received your letter telling me I

    certain areas but no local bureau Is per- had better pay up. t 5i i $20 Will Be Given Away This Week :

    :,mitted to make up its own advisory. The "I am railroad agent here and received l

    : Miami bureau i is" responsible for the coast the letter you wrote the agent."I .

    from Miami northward to the importantLake am president and sole owner of the 1

    Okeechobee district. The Key West local bank and can assure you of my financial j South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

    -bureau is responsible for all the keys. standing."AS Got MonItor top M.deb Got Unv, Models .

    4:Another fact not generally known, but the mayor of the city I hesitateto $ .23 clown $2.00> down I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
    Zed. 3.23 a went, $2.00 ..oatlt
    :which will come out in the investigation refer you to a lawyer since I am the i

    Tis i that Key West advised every telephone only member of the bar in this vicinity."If : "Your horn is worthy of the beat"o

    point: on the keys Sunday morning that a I were not the pastor of the only The Key West Electric Co. II

    T storm was off-shore and high winds j I church here, 1 would tell you to go to !..............*.... .... eee'eeeeeee eeeea.......eta...ajaj..

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    LOSE famed. English- statesman, born.|!!I.The saxophone. was invented by

    MORNING STAR: STARS IN Died Feb. 15. i928.1859florence 'I
    I < -- I'I Antone: Joseph (Adotpbe) Sax

    (1814-1894)<<), a Belgian who discovered
    ar MAnZM.? SzMIirtvW'ir TILT YESTERDAY Kelley. .N.w !:I a new principle) in the

    York welfare worker, founder-i I manufacture of wind instru.ments. -

    lt rtC"rwicll to j coUtp tmujf. from tenon. .Tun.cI- sincerely because Emily was one Ether I. SPORTS secretary of the National. Consum .I .

    'I, 4 -t "ctti Roat., ae.Uon favorite students. She looked ADMINISTRATION UNIT VICtORIOUS ers' League, born in Philadelphia.
    with,. her roommate,Judith Camti. thoughtfulSince you have' com 17 1932.
    .* 'U Carroll phnttetivartftvr. DiedjFeb. I LEGALS
    out* to altkavx* It tea a pica*. such a long distance I will make a IN DIAMOND-
    at cha. .. .. ..
    fro.s a.ay. iimt* concession fhhliy entertain
    ..... may yon
    tot primly wim.a.4 km LEGALSXOT1CE .
    BALL CONTESTBy LF.Ott. COTlccPurluInt
    ... In of the senior
    Chapter ISS91, Lawsof
    trotter DavM.kan. _.*. to Jot* are." the concluded with a mischievous I Florida. the undersigned receive
    vttk ffmtiy fl ka* writtener -- --
    !* !I.tLF.Sotlce .
    TEH' .
    OF :Ml
    tetter twinkle. "quite private. 1 :" a. m on Wed.nIadar
    raetteaOy ttakeard cjf
    for Ah. NOW; At it lriiv4g to .ei .eec eeeee- eec- e cc cc c e ci c I Is hereby given that andef September K. 193, at (heGovernor's
    **r at c.Ueg.. David beamed upon her. "If this : CARDS AND CUBS LOPEZ' PLAYERS ( JOVE) and by virtue of a certain Order Office in Tallaham
    _..0.- weren't a business office be told i. ( I The Administration!! defeated and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale Florida sealed offerings nf mhturrd
    FOLLOWING' made and entered on the 4th day of or unmatured Read and Rricl"", .,.
    'ChaBt** Eight her warmly "I would kiss your band the Bayriew Stars yesterday aft- September, A. IX 1915, in and by Highway or RefanWrnc Bonds ofMONROB
    EV EM THE DEAN In gratitude." CONTINUE TO WIN' j t trnoon by an 8 to 4 score. the Circuit Court of the EleventhJudicial COtTNTT FLORIDA.
    DOWNJBERMUDA Circuit of the State ofFlorida.
    In the Intimacy of the tiny sUtt groom THROUGH Leaders" at bat wee Adams and All offerffcg VB4ltted XCST HE
    In and for Monroe County.In .
    fair mor ebtrminc FIRM F* R TEN HATS SUBSEQUENT -
    DAInD.wu bo taught Emily to him and ,! I Nelson.!': Chancery In a cause therein TO THE DATE OF OPES-
    more frightening than she; held her close while time stood Quite IN PENNANT RACEGIANTS |t (By JOVE) Domenech hit; a home run with pending wherein J. B.. Sullivan 14 ISO, L e., through o.- ,.'- 5. 1!r.I;,
    164 Remembered him.. Nothing but I complainant and Ar Irew R. Miller and inset state full .am. a.-
    lUlL At Bayview Park last
    fan retreat (By JOVE) night the : two on bases.I and Eva p. ;Miller h.. wife, and L. scription and serial numbers
    ured her from being "Sweet." he whispered his Lopez Funeral Home diamondball Van Valkenbnrtr and if he Is married -
    IIpi ; I B. Lowe also hit a four-bagger of bond, interest rate. dat-
    kissed betorft ad Interested audience moving hungrily over her face. DEFEATED BY PITTS. j ten defeated the Bermuda Bakery Van Valkenbvrg his wife. of issue, date. of maturity an"prl'e
    i In the field Teal and
    of at least Ignacio and Minnie E. Van "Valkenbarr.a Bonds that in default
    asked. are
    twenty .
    people.DttTid's She I have noticed that the follow. '
    couldn't speak; she coald only j BURGH; TIGERS LOSE, BUT ten by the football score of Lester were the stars ningle woman are defendant, Foreclosure of interest iftnat be offered at
    Affections. lIb D tld Mm- cling to him. and feel the rough Unsteady ing fight fans of this city pick!29 to 5. Score by innings: R. H. E. of Mortgage', the undersigned -! & FLAT price which price shall beI

    elf. were absolutely uninhibited. beating of bin heart i YANKEES ALSO WERE ON Manic Baer to defeat Joe Louison Every member of the Lopez ten I Administration- offer Special for sale Master and In will Chancerywill cell at I i for snderstood such to bonds be" tbe WITH price asked ALL

    "DuM.he! ,rotestet!. Would They sat close together an a couch Sept. 24: Bobby Shultz the I scored at least two runs and all 400 Oil 2-S 6 4 public outcry: for cash In band, tithe ''. MATURITIES OF PAST DUE,
    70* blast my reputation while Emily asked eager questionsthat LOSING ENDHlp..I. official of winners at Russell's bet Kerr and H. Gates hit safely. highest and beat bidder at the DEFAULTED OR UNPAID COUPONS
    Bayview Stars- front door of the County Court'Hou
    :H o lo ted surprised1and' David answered: about the Cigar Store Lennie Licata. the I I ,.. ATTACHED. and nntue
    burl"Tnsn ; ,I The Bakers had 20 errors against 000 21! 0-4 9 2 in Monroe County, Florida In'; is hereby given that If any IIn,11I
    let's to somewhere else where plantation. Ills father and mother. .. f. Ttf Cltlseal Blues singing Veteran from Camp i them. the City of Key West Florida' during -.I coupons have been detached prior todelivery
    I Batteries Lowe Russell! and
    I can ktM you'There the puppies the hftrtes. Then twilight NEW YORK Sept. 12.-The 3; Mr. Doughnuts the Colonel : the legal hours of sale on M.on-| of any bonds A".pt..dandlor
    At bat the leaders were Sterl- day the 7th day of October, A. D.-
    j Tiercel Malgrat, Rueda and Wick purchased hereunder the fare
    fell and Judith came in from renmmt race in the National from Monroe Theater Felo II : UU, the described
    II sowhCTB else. I'm atreahm& I ; jing, with four out of five times following land I value of such missing coupons will ha
    ." laboratory bringing with her light League remains as tight as ever I t (Baby) Rodriguez, the old time up; Ingraham, with four out of six. ers. County situate, of lying Monroe and State being of; Florida In the I deducted from purchase price.; andofferings
    and gaiety smell of i [, must be submitted on this
    "Do yom mean that w.'n got to sit and a sulphuric except for the fact that the Giants! .baseball: player and still a greatI i In the field. Cates, Ingraham ..css.cseeceSie.cs.ceeceiToday's to-wit: j'I i basis. Sealed envelope

    la this-this mausoleum. with the .acid'}taW fell back a little. ,I fan of all sports; Berlin Sawyer, : and Sterling starred. known On the on Island TTm. A.of Wbltela..acraMap Key W..t. !![i, offering! shall plainly state on

    entire ftodeat body doing picket when the,on earth.Emili asked The Cardinals continue to hold the golf, baseball and; boxing expert j i Score by innings! R. H. E.'Bermuda. .I delineated In February, A. sale its face of :Monroe that It is County a proposal bond for the
    duty at th. doorr cr eUag.ef. over, "did the one-game lead over the Chicago -f ; Frank (Stag) Stickney. Now 000 100 4005 5 20 D. ISIS, as part of Tract Nine- ': The right is reserved to reject
    you know where to find ? I tern IU), but now better known
    us was : and all portions of
    "This mausoleum was the freshman Just
    parlor; a thing of red plush and Judith grinned impishly! -Icouldn't Philadelphia Phillies yesterday I I Baer are: L P. Artman. who t f Batteries: 'C. Garcia Castro and : ........ ............... of said to >v.Tract A. Owynn'Nineteen,Dlaff1'.mrft"Ord..d according STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION -
    golden oak. redolent of afternoon 10 to 2. "Slightly Daf thinks that Louis is in good condition :Martinez A. Lunn and Ingraham. OF FLORIDA.
    past gran have helped knowing I I : I In Plat Book One (I), David Governor. as Presi
    ,demr. Emily laughed. they've just Issued ; fy" Dean, brother of Dizzy, was I but he would rather ee I 1788 Alexander Campbell I page 34,Monroe; County, Florida dent Sholtz.
    a grapevine extra
    Tm on the mound for the Card He it the other around; Pete Southern clergyman, one of the Records. Commencing at a J. M. Le, State Comptroller as
    afraid *0. about It Rumor has It that David wary fig: and home run slugging, but the point at the Corner of Von
    "Then let's drlre la to town. Its hypnotized Dr. Markham to get ber allowed only seven hits and his Nebo the pride of Key West; : Card are on top of the league, "founders of the Disciples of Christ Pfister and White Streets and Secretary W V. Knott, State Treasure1 as

    :nearly dinner-time anyhow. and I consent to this. Everything she teammates gave him'eic; l ent Water Pickle, the professor; Young and look out Ofds-the Cubs are college) founder, born in Ireland. White running Street; thence in along a North the Westerly said- Treasurer. s"IJ i t I 11-ItRUSSELUS

    want you to bare dinner with meand told him" with affectionate sarcasm. support. Fernandez. another of our local coming strong.:!: .Incidentally I t Died at Bethany, W. Va., :March direction Forty-six feet and

    go to a theatre afterwards. A ".eems to be grist that tomes to your I The Cubs went to an overwhe'ming -* pugs; Earl Adams news exponent I they ay Bill Terry will scrap his |i 4, 1866. angles Nine Inches in a,;North thence Easterly at right direction -
    alee dark theatre." he added per. mill There ought to be a law against victory in their game extraordinary; Pedro Sosa a great i entire infield next year .The One Hundred Feet and

    uaslrely."My yon" with the lowly Boston: .Braves, The f.inr. Willard Russell the great I New York Yankees have lost 26 1806--Andrew II. Foote, noted one Inch; thence at right! angle.

    darling, I can't." she told him They went In to dinner soon after score was 15 to 3. Lee,gave up hunter of aliens; Jonah the 85th I! games by one run, that is the rea1 I American naval officer in the in a South feet Easterly and Nine directiouFortysiz Inches;:

    ruefully. WOnI, seniors can hare dinner that. and David was the focus of a only nine hits to the Braves' ,.whb I cousin of Joe Louis who says that son why the Tfeers are leading, period before and during Civil thence at right angle In a

    with men la town" hundred pain of eyes. He seemed committed four errors and the. Joe is. very scientific. I my dear friend Baeza. .The privj -!I War, born at New Haven Conn. South Hundred Westerly Feet and direction One Inch One

    David ran an agonized band quite unaware of the attention but Cubs making three. j ate hopes of the Detroit Tigers Died in New York June 26, back to the place of beginning I

    through his hair. He looked more Emily and Judith glowed with a reflected Another big score is found in : Close students of the art of self- are that the St. Louis Cardinals 186S. West Also, known On the on Island Wm. A.of Whitehead Key- {

    natural that way and Emily felt glory. the Giant-Pirate game. The Buccaneers defense claim that Buddy Baer, I I do not land in first place in the -a map delineated In February I|!
    better. He left next morning, promising defeated Terry's men 10 i brother of Ex-Champion Maxie.Uh't | National League. .They want no I' 1812-Richard M. Hoe noted A. D. 1SZS. as a part CIGAR STORE
    I Nineteen (If) but now
    to be back
    "Ob. my God!" be groaned. very soon and the daya to 7. Although Bush was hit fight a. lick in spite of his I more of the Dean brother Dizzy New York printing-press manufac- better known as Lot Two Block

    Emily seated herself on the red after that were merely days. with hard he hurled the whole game I reeent one-round knockout of Jack and Daffy-they had enough last |turer and inventor second of the Four in Tract: Nineteen accordIng -0-
    plush sofa beneath the of twenty four Interminable hours for the Pirates. The defeat I Doyle. .The New York Giantsare to W. A. Owynn's Diagram
    portrait Jimmy Dykes will retire
    I year. name in America born in New recorded in Plat Book 1. page II
    apiece.COMMENCEMENT. '
    the school's first president. "Darld. ried the New Yorkers one car-I in the lead in batting field- from playing after this year. York City. Died June 7, 1886. 34, Monroe County, Florida I Daily Baseball Returns
    I'm sorry. If yon had only siren me half games behind the Cubs i I Dazzy Vance send George Earn- Records: Commencing at a pointon
    White Street distant
    : : Fortr-
    enough notice I could hare arrangedto The campus two and a half away from the Barr and Lopez; Derringer and :fhaw will conduct a school for six Feet and Nine Inches from By Fire
    ge home for the week-end. 1 want was crowded with parents radIant league-leaders. I Lombardi.! i I hurlers in Homoas! Fla., dur- 1829-Charles Dudley Warner, the Corner of White' and Von
    with pride for their daughters noted popular Connecticut journalist .- Pfister Streets and running
    yon to meet Mother and Dad. any achievements In the other senior loop game i ing the winter Dizzy Dean of thence along tics said White -0-
    ; with seniors radiant and author of his day born at
    how. At St. Louis R. H. E.
    Street in
    the Cincinnati Reds took the baseball a N.Wly direction
    the started
    Cards a new COME IN AND GET THE
    with pride for their parents. There I Plainfield, :Mass. Died at Hartford Forty-six feet and Nine inches,
    She felt a pang of uneasiness at Brooklyn into 7 to Philadelphia _.__......... 272 the other Rochester
    podgers day at
    } -
    I rumpus
    Innumerable thence at right In
    the Idea of that Felt were festivities. In __ __ .. Oct 20, 1900.1851Francis angles a RESULTS OF THE
    meeting. Mr. u which freshmen had 4. Derringer was the winning St. Ltnis ...- _. .10 12 0 N. Y. In an exhibition game. N.ETly direction one Hundredfeet
    would be all right but her mother no' part. Judith Batteries: Jorgens, Mulcahy and t and One Inch: ; thence at MAJOR BASEBALL
    pitcher. he grabbed the mike and announced -
    who i
    bad hearty for right angles in
    contempt a S-lTIy direc-
    would be distrustful of
    instinctively Todd P. Dean end Davis E. Clark New
    In the American the Wilson ; LEAGUES
    pageantry and traditional observances League f to the palpitating pnbjlic tion Forty-six feet and NineInches
    anything so attractlre and unrestrained Delaneey.At England Congregational clergyman theses at right anglesin
    New York Yankees !lost chanceto
    David. I decided to go home a t : "Now ladies and gentleman* l -0-
    as a S.Wly direction One Hundred
    could "Exams are over tom rro.." she lower the Tigers' 'ead another I'm going to ask our little mana- founder of the Society of feet and One inch back to CIGARS CIGARETTES
    "Child how If I didn't know
    Chicago R. H. E. 1 1 bow. Come ,Christian n Endeavor, born at Ayle- place of beginning., ,
    announced "and there... plenty of game. ger; to take a nice big;
    It myself. I sat down to write you a defeated Boston.. ...... .....3 !. 4 mer, Canada. Died May 26, 1927. Dated September 6th. 1JJ5. SOFT DRINKS,
    I doting pafents to alt ronnd and The Cleveland Indians ---- ---- f on. Frank let the people look at WILLIAM CURRY HARRIS,
    letter and suddenly couldn't remember .1 Chicago ... _.............. .15 19 3 ETc:
    what mouth looked dote so 111 never be ra!UCCL"I McCarthy's boys !5 to 4. while I .m you." Frisch the pilot boiled out Special blaster In Chancery. .

    like! So I got In your the car and came. "Then 1 might as well go too. I I the Washington/ Senators administered -I Batteries: Macfayden. Bstts and I II ''of I hit! Mat but had to take that I i I 1852-Herbert': H. Asqnith LOUIS Solicitor ALLEN for Complainant.HARRIS.'

    And now I want to kiss yon so badly Emily decided. School without Judith another drubbing to the I Spohrer; Lee and Hartnett. ;:|: nice, big bow, anyway
    I hurt. I'm going to see the Dean had no charms whatever. : Tigers 4 to 3. Therefore the : : LEAGUE 1- I -- -

    and ask her It I cant take you In wish you would comE up home for a j-nior league champions: remained AMERICAN 1 .
    town." I while first. After you get to Carrollton seven and a half games in the I At New York R. H. E. -

    Cleveland _.._. .. 5 7 2J
    you'll never tear yourself I
    She started. "Dayid. you're not!" away. lead. J --- ---' --- '
    "I am." He patted her hand.Wait "1 wish 1 could. That was Inaccurate The Senators and Tigers each New York _.____......_m._ 4 9 Z -.

    for me." ; whatever Judith wished. she committed four miscues. I' Batteries: Harder Stewart, Hild-

    Miraculously. Dr. Markham was could. She confessed at last: "To tell The Chicago White; Sox downedthe erbrand and Phillips; Allen,

    In her office and alone. David you the truth. I'm homesick Why Boston Red Sox 10 to 2. phy and Dickey. Mur-I FIRMS

    smoothed bU hair and tutored. Not can't you come home with me? The game between St. Louis and

    even Deans made* him conscious of The prospect Was alluring. "I'm Philadelphia wis' played on a for- I At Boston R. .

    his feet afraid I can't. Mother's such a stick Chicago ..____...._..10 14 1
    "1 come as a suppliant." he an- ler for rules that she'll never let me mer The summaries follow, Boston .....------ ._. ---. 2 9* 3
    nounced without preamble.Dr. come "again until you've been up NATIONAL LEAGUEAt : Batteries: Jones and Sewell; I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

    Markham looked startled but home. Pittsburgh R. Ii. E. II' Rhodes Bower and Berg. : I
    "In that case I'll be there as soon
    not entirely displeased. Like most New York ____..______-m..... 716 1
    Victorian spinsters she was not Insensible as ily.I've Then run home and kissed the fam- Pittsburgh .-._....__....._---10 11 1 At Washington R. II. E. i
    to men. particularly to you can come back with Batteries: Parmelee. Gabler and Detroit ..._... 316 4 i

    ( In handsome the least young afraid men of her.who It weren't was a me They spent the afternoon packing. Mancuso; Bush and Grace.At I'I Washington Batteries: ---------------4 Bridges and 12 Coch-4 i..I JOHN C. PARK StarAmericanCoffee ROSES TIFT'S

    Emily packed carefully mindful of
    decided point in her favor; perhaps
    Cincinnati R. H. E. rane; Linke and BolVn.
    her mother's scrutiny when the You'll find out how
    one of the secrets of her It i
    Brooklyn .. .. .. 4 10 0 -- I FLORAL PIECES ASPECIALTY
    enabled her to keep the common trunk was opened at borne; Judith I good it is when try CASH GROCERYthe
    SIMONTON ST. you
    touch. !flung tennis rackets panama hats Cincinnati .* 7 15 1 I St. Louis at Philadelphia played 328

    I. and shoe polish democratically to- Batteries: Zachary, Leonard on former date. first cup, Ib 2Sc.
    "A suppliant for whatf she 1101 DivisIon Street
    gether. _.
    asked."A -
    'What about books and pictures?" PLUMBINGflURO LARGO tfe 18c;
    great favor. Suppose you werea PLANTS arid VINES
    young man." Intentionally he flattered Emily: asked. NOTE V. & S., Ib 15c. PHONE 29

    her powefs of Imagination "Well get a big wooden box and -

    "that was terribly In love. And suppose store 'em. Then all we'll have to dom Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
    be to Wove 'em to BIG MILEAGES
    you drove a hundred miles to SophomoreHall THESE PUMPS GroceriesPLUMBING
    'I... the object cf your affections and In September. The rugs and STAR COFFEE MILL
    t found> that just because she was a blankets can go to the cleaners and SUPPLIES NURSERY

    freshman falling she'll outgrow they can worry over getting those 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh

    I soon enough. heaven know home for as." I "
    yon PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
    couldn't even see her except la a parlor They slept that night In a single These tread.footprints are t >kalof PHONE: S97

    that the entire freshman class bed. because all but two sheets bad scores we've made from Qoodyear"G3" \ ,, _
    was using as a race-track. Wouldn'tIt. been packed. and because the prospect All-Weather Tires on the cars

    ." be appealed. "make yau tear of a separation left them both a of your frieads and neighbors -after I SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPT DAYS ARE HERE
    your hair?** little shaken. being driven/or record mileages!Not I

    William arrived with tbe Felton the sharp non-skid pattern still showALLWEATHER Jewfith t 2 lbs. 35 INSURANCE

    T-XR. MARKHAM was charmed Sbe car at ten. and Emily drove Jadlth ing-proof that there's still thousandsof Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib. 35Tellowtail < THE KEY WEST
    L to the station before she left She
    felt entirely divested of her awe- miles of safety left in these tires. Ib
    on Bone, 2 .. 25eCr Office: 314 Dtrral Street
    Inspiring robes of state. She felt human went with her to the gate where the
    and confidentiaL! conductor stopped her. Come in and see this convincing .af>er', 2 IBS. _____ 2Sc SUNDAY STAR

    "It would. Indeed." she confessed They looked at each other deeply, evidence that proves this J great tire Saapper, 2* IN. _. 2.5c

    Then won't you let me take her to without speaking; then one cornerof will give you Motion Fish i Ib. 25e TELEPHONE. NO. 1
    town to a movie Judith's month lifted. "No flow.era. Subscription. $2 Per Year
    0 Longer Non-Skid Mileageatnoextracost I
    "I wish I might." she said In her >| FRESH SHRIMPLarfe
    "No," Emily agreed. "And besides, ** -THE- Try' Year MaaU At
    gentle precise voice "but If I madean I Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday

    exception 1 should never have a you've"promised to come back right _ _ Io.171m_ Fresh Crab Meat ia ,IB. eaat 6Se Paper Delmomco Restaurant
    moment's peace. Cant you see how away. S v J.J.Mcartde
    there are who "I have. And we Carrolls keep our m_tow I PRICED FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY
    many young men Cabrtde.Ms. a.d..iu.; BHr ______ ts.
    here In la predicament promises or die!
    come your
    and what a dangerous precedent I She stooped and kissed Emily \alues thatonly theworUTs Hrfcestife tth' LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six Cewr. DI..... _?.,-

    should be setting QuicklY. and the crowd engulfed) her. I ceam.uat.N.Y p_ D.a v 151 PHONE: 51 ___-.._-. ate, rt.v sad au
    < manufacturer ca'n ofj r.
    "? 01t. of them.DaTld pointedout. The station was suddenly drab and

    could be in my predicament smoky and sordid.

    They aren't In love with Emily Fel- ICo,"" ** "". Cr* Shoat) SPEEDWAY IOE1BEFOOLEI AARON McCONNELL

    toa. r by trick diseonnta from Oar Reputation is WrapPJuTcHARD
    ..TI'f>>'f sorry ,saldJDr.. Markham David sends. tomorrow.n.wl of bad time atCjrrollton. $Lie .70 built guaranteed.and padded price lists.BUY I 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
    y : f .:.-- NO TIRES until you soc I ped in every package .
    how MUCH MORE
    -- --- FUNERAL
    -- --- 30113)tcl.withthr'Jtl i HOME
    .. e..,t.... ..........1 ANN HARDING WAS 'READER' W1IIIl.lomUlJons.AilD -. Kites QUALITY you FOR Goodyear TIlE of

    Today's: Horoscope I CBy AssrMte4 Press) 4.4020 1--- HfJJ 4.75-1'SC050ma LESS AME! MONEY OR i!I WatcIa. PRINTINGDONE Dlgtlfle4' SIath141d --

    eeeee.i..iee.eeeccc.eeesToday's HOLLYWOOD.-Ann Hard ng :..... : DOUBLE GUARANTEE CMHM
    first started in the movies as a sin m woeonioiiGOODiYEAR I BY US
    nature is rather abrupt I USII NOTARY PUBLIC

    but intensely genuine. There may reader in the New York department ___________________________- ______ on against Goodyear toad Injuries Tires I WATCHMAKER JEWELEh LICENSED EMBALMEBAam

    be and the mind I of a major company. aDd ddcu.
    a lack of suavity AND ENGRAVER
    :I ARTiSfpRESSCitizen ....... -
    may be severely critical but there I See Him For Tour Next Work ..Iaa..

    is an element of sincerity which i Observations made at Bankow.I ALL PRICES REDUCED

    will command the re'pect of all I 600 miles from the mouth of the COLONIAL SERVICE STATION j Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT
    acquaintances There is much Yangtze river, China show that Hcarsl 9 to 12 1 to Citizen OfficeTHURSDAY

    love of country life and sport" and 5,000,000,000 cubic feet of sediment CLARENCE CRUSOE Prop. PHONE 51 m.w'p
    Op*. Satatrcay Nigats ....* S48 Mesa .*.
    the native will probably do better are carried past that point Colonial Hotel Bldg.. on Fleming Street

    there than when confined between every year to be deposited at the

    city walls. __ mouth of the rivet _

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    Given Night
    5UFFERJERS WANTED-Second hand bicyclein .1........................
    good condition. Apply at The For Police Justice
    The Kappa Pi's will give a'' Kappas were waiting for a suit Citizen Office. 0 sertl2tIl T. S. CARDPERMANENT

    Superstitious Dance tomorrow I able opportunity to present the
    The Key West Chapter of the
    with DelWood' Sun-burned, wind-burned and ,Ramon Lopez yesterday consummated ol amateur acts will
    night at the Cuban Club WANTED enhance to bid program
    to the winners of l on f
    cups the dif American Red Cross has been re- '
    8-Piece Orchestra. generally! fatigued to the near- the purchase from West be presented at the Douglass High .Wuo t 7i
    ferent contests. I quested by headquarters to starta breaking point nine men returned Properties, Inc., of the property at your next printing order. The School tomorrow SPECL4A'Ok'TWp'WEEKS
    consider Friday, I II night, ..
    Many persons Artman Press. .. .. .,
    donation list for the refugess : aug7 .t.' t .4'.
    The to Key West last night from 615 Duval street used the _
    13th, an unlucky day but the respective winners are the by pur- sponsorship of the recreation department -
    from the storm-stricken district
    will Lower Matecumbe where they chaser as Ramonin's Restaurant.For of the Key West Ad-
    its following
    Kappa Pi Club and guests : HOUSE WANTED WAVES
    do away with that .thought at the Miss Moraima Ochoa Ygnacio that are seeking' aid here. have been stationed for a week the past two weeks the I I i ministration. The program will Two Permanents
    in the that
    Anyone city may bringing order out of the chaos purchase of. this piece of land and 'start at 6 P. M.\ I $ .00
    is' statedThe Carbonell Barbara Thompson -
    dance it
    for ._ ..
    ; to contribute to the cause are ; HOUSE WANTED-Couple
    care no '
    reaped by the hurricane there the building has been pending, .
    Numbers to be fol-
    silver cups offered by this and Frank Johnson Jr. requested to get in communcationwith last week. Fred Dion representing the owners children, desire house of at least II ,( Better Wave. $5.00 sad .p
    club for the bathing beauty contest A large crowd of moderns who i. : J
    Mrs. Grace Phillips or W. L. The group returning on a pilot having( received a deposit I 4 rooms, preterablv unfurnished Solo and Dance-Winifred I Jt MRS. MILLEROcea.
    tennis match sailboat race delight in breaking old-fashioned I Bates by telephone, and either of boat to No Name Key and then by I from the purchaser during the i by the last of September. t Bethel. View Apt 1 Phoa* S74-J
    and horse; race during the Fourth ideas and superstitions is expected : these will call for the donations Are moving permanently to Key I
    auto to Key West was made up latter. part of August.It : Solo--Gwendolyn Reckley.
    of July Festival will be given at I to enjoy the dance musicto that are offered. The list start- of M. E. Gilfond. Florida) ERA was not until yesterday that West and will occupy all year I Tap Dance-Rohelia Burgohy. JackMBTllle' Leadla* Betel"
    this dance to the winners. They be played by Del Wood and His
    ed yesterday follows: and WPA administrator; Dr. Har- advices were received by Mr. Dion round ii suited. Must be convenient Recitation-Laverne Barnes. THE SEMINOLE
    were' ordered in June but only 8-Piece Orchestra at the Cuban .Mr. and Mrs. J. Vining Harris to business section. Give
    ry C. Galey, city health officer from New York notifying him that Duet.-Antoinette Rodgers and
    arrived a few weeks ago and the Club tomorrow night. $5.00. who has been on the keys since the offer of Mr.\ Lopez of $2,500was fell particulas in first letter. Katherine Galagher.Solo .

    '- -- ---- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bates, last Wednesday; Robert Spotts- acceptable.The Address Stephen C. Singleton, -Helen Gonzalez.
    $5.00. wood, local druggist who has been lot is 100 feet and 25 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace, :Miami,
    ......e e.5 :eeeee e.. .. 55.5 55.55 5555..5.5 deep Solo-Willie Mae Albury.
    Mrs. Grace "Phillips. $2.00. there since last Tuesday; William feet wide, with two buildings, one Florida. septll-6tx Chorus-Group of Girls. htlc
    I PERSONAL::MENTION :: Frank O. Roberts $1.00. Hoffman George Mills White, in front and another in the rear.
    Andrew R. Miller, chairman oi Clem C. Price Ross Jr. FOR RENT as4i
    Sawyer The $100 front
    .. ....... .. Cross price represents a Only one person has been ar- !y 4t
    --------------------- ------------------------ the Key West Chapter Red Ben Sawyer and Ernest Roberts. rested for violation of the ordinance -

    Miss Virginia Perez, who was I P. J. Galvin. customs agent in I has received the following tele- This morn in?, most of those foot.Mr.. Dion told The Citizen that I FURNISHED APARTMENT with forbidding persons to hitchhike -!

    spending a while in Miami with Miami, arrived this morning for a I gram from Cary T, Grayson, national who returned were taking well- he has a number of other sales! i Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson in Athens, Ga., since it was' _

    relatives, returned this morning.!{brief stay on business. chairman of the organization deserved rests, having hd little pending. I 1001 Eaton street. Phone passed in 1933. The case was dismissed I
    i relative to raising of funds sleep since first reaching: the hur i 879-J. sept 4-1 mox ......._..111e. PledS.

    'l for relief work on the Florida ricane-devastated area last week. CHAS. B. Gal.Ell, tfwmfft
    Mrs. Luis JBendez! arrived this Mrs. Sam Wells and two daugh- ROOMS
    morning from Miami to join her;I ters were returning passengers on Keys. '. iI i jf! trr ? ';; FERA WORKERS I I where A human yon will home-Ilk find rest.(situation Imiltlimmlrt ,

    two young sons who were visiting i the Steamship Florida from Miami "In ordefi to't oatinpg\ iftcf5> ary PATRIOTIC UNIT "THE: MUNRO",.Rooms unexcelled PALACE ***.. ... eatertalameat a ...atter -
    1 of great Im Ortaat!..
    with their grandparents, Mr. this morning. emergency relief for civilian victims RETURN HERETHOSE I 1n! price- and location,! '
    and Mrs. A. LucignanLClarence I I of the [Florida hurrlcuie, including running water. L'J28 N. E. ,4th Gene Ahitry in -o--
    A steel flrepre.f b lldlax leeate
    I II I City Attorney J. Lancelot Les- food, clothing TfeKer and MEETS TONIGHT [ street,, Miami, ,Fla. aug26-lmoz: TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS !t I. the heart .f la* elty

    C. Roberts who was ter and son, J. L. Lester Jr., who hospitalization, also to repair or STRANDED: ON MAIN- Comedy and Serial -
    homes of needy I TUNING Every Room with Combination Tub
    replace damaged
    spending a while in Miami with were in Miami for a few days, jr-PIANO; Matinee: 5-lOc Night: 10-15c and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
    relatives, returned this morningon returned on the Steamer Florida persons we must raise $185,000, There will be a, meeting of the LAND: SINCE HURRICANE I Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Hammer
    the S. S. Florida. this morning. of which $25,000 has been ap- P. O. of A. held tonight, begin- PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- 'Ventilation Comfortable Bed. with
    national funds. IN TODAY Excellent sale Mattresses of Inner Spring Con
    I propriated from ning at 8 o'clock, at headquartersin CAME reno. piano for traction and Individual Read
    Your chapter quota is $1,000. I cheap. 1018 Division street. BENJAMIN LOPEZ ing Lamps.
    the Golden Eagle hall accord-
    Donald Link, son of O. D. Link Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaffer,
    effort -
    "Please exert every possible made to-I aug26lmoxFOR FUNERAL HOME RATES
    of the state plant board, and, who were visiting in the states ing to announcement .
    through .! '
    to reach
    Mrs. Link, arrived this morning to and spent a short time at Wash- your quota ; day.A Several employes and officialsof Serviar Key We.t 7* R__.. Private Balk ___ __ , \'
    immediate and generous contribu- attendance of membersis the Key West Administration, I SALE Half .. _._
    join his father and take his ington, D. C., returned on the large Century Me R M Private Bath ----- :*M I
    up tions throughout community.Red N R*._.. Private Bath __ SUM
    your there will be business stranded the mainland as a 24 Hour Ambalanee Serried 0
    requested on
    studies Florida this morning. __. _. .
    at one of the local schools. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 :24 R Private Bath ". 8JI
    Cross must do the usual of much importance coming result of last week's hurricane, Licenced Embalmer Sample !(__.. Private Bath C**
    adequate relief job thus keepingits before the meeting, it is stated. returned to Key West this morn- I sheets, 75c The Artman Press. Phon 135 Night 698-\\ SLIGHT IXTKEASB FOR DOCBLBOCCtPAMCT :
    Mr and Mrs. Aaron McConnell, Paul Lowe, who was in Miami I pledge to the governor and I ing aboard the S. S. Florida, i aug7

    who were spending a vacation at for it vacation with his family, returned people of your state. Advise action after spending longer vacations I .. _._._ __ .,._ -- --- .- ----
    points in the states, returned on on the Florida this morn ONE MARRIAGE
    taken by
    lor you. than they originally planned. I
    the Florida today. I ing. i.:. Mr. Miller was a caller at the Included among those aboard

    office of The Citizen this after- LICENSE ISSUEDDuring the Florida were the following:
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saunders| Miss Ileen Williams, head of the noon and said that the Cuban : Miss Ileen Williams, director of

    returned this morning MI.I housing division of the FERA, who government had sent $2.000 and I the housing department; Ralph

    ami where they were spending a' was spending a vacation in the expected to add a large amount the week ending today ; E. Gunn director of beautification -
    vacation with relatives.F. states and visited at points in later. The Miami district is wellon
    there was but one marriage license ; Mrs.\ Flora Saunders, secretary
    Pennsylvania and New York, returned I
    the way toward securing its issued from the office of Judge I to ML! E. Gilfond; John
    Townsend Morgan of the on the Florida this morn- quota of $25,000.CLARENCE. Hugh Gunn. Cordell, Jr., chief architect; Mrs.

    local PWA administration re- ing. This issue was for the! marriageof Thelma Thompson clerk in the

    turned this morning from Miami Cad Coles and blaMe Maud De- filing section, and Miss Eliza
    where he accompanied a group of Miss\ Mary Finder local school SANDSARRIVES meritt. beth McCloud. nurse.F. .

    ,;.. 13 veterans from the camps who 'teacher, who had been delayed in Townsend Morgan, who ac-
    were marooned in Key West. I arriving here following the storm IN CITYWAS companied the veterans from

    I on the Florida Keys, came in this SPECIAL OFFER IN here Monday night on the Florida

    Miss! Made Gaiti, nurse in morning, and resumed her duties also returned this morning.

    Vincent's hospital in St.1 I at the Harris school. ONE OF THOSE REPORT. PERMANENTWAVES

    ville, arrived this morning for ,
    vacation with her parents, Mr. Mrs. L. A. Curry, who was visit- ED LOST DURING JOHNSON RITES

    and Mrs. Jack Gaiti. ing in New Jersey with her son- Mrs. Miller
    HURRICANE i permanent wave
    ,in-law and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. expert at Ocean View Apartments, THIS AFTERNOON =EYENTN ANNUAL
    Ralph Cunn, Key West PWA Ralph Saunders, returned this is extending her special offer on 1HI
    administrator who was on a vacation morning with her grandson, Rob- for the next
    at points in the states, returned ert Anthony Pittman. Clarence Sands, brother of I two permanent weeks. waves OLD STOVE ROUND-UP

    this morning.Mr. morning William O.from Sands Miami, returned on this the Announcement in this issue BODY ARRIVED IN CITY ON

    Herbert Weech and two daugh- .shows the attractive 2-for-l offer STEAMER FLORIDA THIS
    and Mrs. Vincent'McDer.: -,ters 'who were in Miami and Steamship Florida and is now I being made.CUSTOMS.

    mott returned this morning froma : visited at points on the Keys, returned -I with his family. I MORNING
    vacation with relatives in Mi- Mr. Sands is one of those who
    : on the Florida this morn- I
    was reported lost during the BORDERPATROURRIVES
    ami, accompanied by ,Mrs. Mc- ling.i I .
    btorm. He was at Snake Creekat
    Dermott's sister Mrs. George I Funeral services are being con-
    the'time of the disaster, and
    Bilberry, and son. i Mrs.' Anthony Haskins and chil- ducted by Rev. A. Van Ryn 5>>
    :J was lost for four days in the man- I "
    dren were returning o'clock this afternoon in the Gospel -
    George Sweeting, who is employed i on the Florida this morning passengers froma ,I groves. lie was rescued by a Hall on Southard street, for

    on the Keys and for a visit in Miami.\ Coast Guard vessel Four members of the United Copeland C. Johnsno, one of the = .:. = The Old Stove Round-up ends HOB
    while has been in Miami, re- I Upon his arrival this morninghe Patrol victims of the storm on the Flor- '
    I Customs Border
    I States day!
    said he had been for .
    turned on the P. and O. boat to- clinging ida The arrived this
    Keys. body -
    day. (r Miss Doris Johnson, of the immigration -i five days to the mangroves during arrived from Tampa this morning Florida ,
    morning on the Steamship
    Florida for
    I department, who was(, which time he had neitherI on the Steamship Just few left in which to
    from Miami. days
    Mr. and MVs.;: :-L Appelrouth,I!I visiting with her brother-in-law I food nor water. He said he was I duty in the Monroe county area.I I,, Pallbearers are: Vivian Pinder a are
    have and sister, M/. and Mrs. J. D. Se- ready to give up when the CoastGuard L. B. Skelton is in charge of the take advantage of the special trade-
    who been on a buying trip J; o'n t Other members are Patrolmen James Roberts, Bernard Larsen, /
    in northern markets, returned on gal in Jacksonville, returned vessel arrived. group.Foster Overall and Lesniak.At J. Montecino\ Eugene Mears. in-allowance-as much as $15.
    the Florida this .
    the boat from Miami today. morning.Rev. I I the custom house it was Thomas O. Sweeting, Elijah Sands;

    I I learned that this is.the" first time Sr.. Benjamin Demeritt Waddell
    TEN GUARDSMENBACK See the sensational DeLuxegas
    Chief A. YanRyn of the Breth- and new
    Harry Baker of the Key, this branch of the service has everbeen Pinder, Elijah Sands, Jr.
    West Fire Department, Mrs. Baker ren Congregation, arrived this] actively represented Key Gladden Albury. f.: J" range, built to our own specifications -
    and daughter Ruth, and Mrs. God: morning and will conduct funeral FROM KEYS West. .
    frey Thompson and daughter,] services this afternoon for the A New Cork sidewalk "mer+ This unusual and distinctive De- that has replaced so many

    Jane, who were spending a late C. C. Johnson. I LOCAL SHERIFF chant' teaches" his audience to Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only old stoves in Key West homes during -

    tion at points in the state I II draw fancy stencil letters, then one of the many models offered for
    turned on the Florida today.W. vaea-I'I Miss Barbara Albury of Taver- Arriving on Coast Guard Cut- I AND HIS STAFF sells an easy-lettering device.CONVENIENCE .. your selection during the Round-up. the Round-up. Modern in every

    nier, was an arrival this morning, ter 826 last evening from service i POLICING KEYS Standard equipment includes indetaIl. attractive in design it

    L. Bierer. assistant keeperat from Miami and will resume her t'I on the Florida Keys principallyat sulation and these exclusive Magic
    Lower Matecumbe, were 10 I is juiced at only $49.50 (and your
    Loggerhead lighthouse, returned -,,studies at the Key West High members of Battery "E," Florida I (Continued from Page One) Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain
    this morning from a vacation'' School. National Guard. ;ablebodied Key Westers and dwellers Oven Heat Regulator, :Magic Chef old stove.) "
    spent with his family in Miami.1 I QUALITY!
    asked Deputy
    In the group were: Ray Atwell, on the Keys and Automatic Top Lighter Three-in-
    He was accompanied by Mrs.j}I r Captain and Mrs. Thomas, Manuel Varela, Peter Varela Waite to send five more at once. ECONOMY! One Non-clog Top Burners and You have, besides, unrestricted
    Joseph Roberts who was spendinga Thompson, of James street, who I complied with
    George Acevedo George Spencer, The request was is Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
    Our store
    vacation with relatives Miami as near as your choice of other in
    in ,. every range
    were spending a while with rel- Waite yesterday sent
    I Edward Sweeting, Manuel Dom- and Deputy telephone. Free Delivery I valve is of safety type. Enameled .
    j 1| atives in Miami returned on the eneche Delmar Kotchkiss, Mario Bienvenido Perez, Henry Wat- No inferior brands. We throughout. Door and Drawer hanstock..
    !j P. and O. boat this morning. kins, J. P. Stickney, Ira Cash and I
    Garcia Kirk
    and Albury. handle known
    George Barkus, of the state! only nationally dies and gas valve handles are of

    plant board unit in Key West,} Joseph Peacon who was spending Arnold Henson. merchandise.Our black bakelite. Special color comDon't miss this last opportunity to

    who was at Homestead at the I a vacation at points in the I EASTERN STARORDERTO prices no more-often binations available on order. During change to a modern range that will
    time of the hurricane returned'on less-than other stores. the Round-up only
    north and west=: returned this MALARIASpeedy ,
    the Florida this morning. morning. cook your own way-with the
    I $69 50 your speedy and econorp'y"t thaf/rily| Gas

    Mrs. Violet a'7er.ho was Leon Roberts who went for Relief of Chills t old store makes possible.

    visiting in Miami with relatives, an eye operation in Johns Hopkins -;
    returned thU morning on the S.i i( hospital in Baltimore re- will be a regular meetingof and Fever "The Store That Serve i iI
    S, Florida accompanied by her turned today on the P. and 0.' Kern Chapter No. 21, Order of Dont let Malaria tear you apart with You Beat" The oldest gas range still in
    sister, Mrs. D. B. McCook and boat from Miami. Eastern, Star, held tomorrow eve- its racking< tle son. lit-t ning, beginning at 8 o'clock, according to no home-made or mere makeshift rem- We Welcome R..po..iLIe Seventh Annual Old Stove DURING TMKjj'
    to announcement made edies.Take the medicine prepared especially Accosts i Round-up will be taken as full '

    Charles Tift and son were re-' NAME CONTEST today by Mrs. Leo Williams, Chill Tonic.for Malaria-Grove's Tasteless All Competition met with payment for the new range on I'' fhtruichai t

    turning passengers this morning worthy matron of the organization. Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic gives real Low Prices and High Quality which it is traded in. 1 /
    on the S. S. Florida from
    Miami I WINNERS HEREWinners relief from Malaria because it's a scientific -
    and points on the Keys. A request is made for a large :combination of tasteless quinine and If you have one of the many i iI
    attendance of members with an tonic iron.The quinine J kills the Malarial! Order. All Year Food Need "old timers" still in service ;
    Mrs Harold Cates and daughter invitation extended visiting mem- infection in the blood. The von builds Through U. I I trade it in! It may be worth a '

    who were in Miami for sev. in the contest in which bers to be present.MONROE up further the system attack.and At the helps first fortify sign against of any Fish Turtle I! brand new modern gas range. J JJ

    eral weeks, returned on the S. S. a 53-piece dinneii set is being given attack of Malaria take Grove's Tasteless J I

    Florida thia morning.Mrs. : away to customers of South THEATERWheeler ,. Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly Fruits Vegetables
    !Florida Contracting: and Engineering during the Malaria season to ward off Meat
    J. B. Johnson who was I Company have recently been and Woolsey in the disease.Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
    visiting with her son-in-law and: announced. NIT WITS fa absolutely harmless and tastes good. Dairy Products FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.

    daughter Mr. and Mrs. Emit Phillips Raul Vasquez was awarded the Bette Davis-George Brent in Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic BOW Phoa. 67 Fr. Delivery.
    comes in two sizes, SOc and $1. The $1
    in Miami returned this morn- I first dinner set and Mrs. Archie FRONT PAGE WOMAN size contains 24 times as much as the SOc 814 FIemi g Street "Your Gas Company" i

    ing accompanied: by her daughter Thompson the set for this week's Matinee t Batcoay, lOc; Orchestra ire aad fives-you 21% won for your
    Mrs. James Kennedy. .,contest. ; 15-20c Night 15-25c money.Crt twtUe todajrat any dun tore.I 1



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