The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 18, 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. 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.​
Resource Identifier:
000358017 ( ALEPH )
02701762 ( OCLC )
ABZ6317 ( NOTIS )
sn 83016244 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text

Ateoclated Servic Press Day Wire b e. 1&C W"t ( t I I 'most Key West equable, Florida weather, has in chiQEtitt3t11 the

}? I
For 65 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests Key West I %. range of only 14* Fahrenheit


I Obstacle To Chaco Peace Parley FISHING AT BOCA.CAMP CfflCA Great Storm Of: Protest Over l Death Of Huey Long Shifts Scenes

Foreseen- In River,. ---- Port Dispute NOW PROPOSEDAWAITING :Elimination Of One SailingIn I Bearing On '36 =National Campaign

Territorial Question Between 'SCHUTT \WRITES MATERIAL TO BC- Miami-Key West ScheduleNo r l :............ .:......................;::;:::;: >. -

Whatever May Have Been


His Strength Will Be
guay Still Disputed In ABOUTGOLFING WORK WILL BE UNDER WAY ......cement which has!.M. to entire com. WAVES OVER KEY WEST "

l inanity, a* oar direct mail
WITHIN TEN DAYS decadeha Demonstrated In Reav-
been made during, the past
Same MannerBy cod travel connection with ACCORDING TO MIRROR

aroused storm of Of ViewsBy
greater 1 point north are through Mi. ...................e............................. praisement
LETTER RECEIVED FAILS One of the most attractive and
ami. Civic
indignationthan official and business -
and righteous
: protest
According to the New York at the rate of eighty miles or so
TO STATE THAT CASA MA- I complete fishing: camps in Florida Si: generally are protestingto 'Mirror, the veterans at Mate-'' hour. Florida hurricanes
<<r< Pwrm) I that of the P. and O. S. an BYRON PRICE

BUENOS AIRES Sept. 18 RINA HOTEL WILL NOT BE has been conceived by Captain postoffice department cumbe were killed by a "tornado, J though having an equal wind t('hlef .r II.,<... Tae Av_.......
I Luther Pinder and work on the Company eliminating from their against this schedule. We driving huge waves over Key velocity are more sedate and r'rtx wa.annat.eThe '

How Bolivia and Paraguay now OPENED THIS SEASON site at Boca Chica will begin ai II schedule one of the two weekly trust you can see your way West." j travel at the easy speed of twelveor great diversities: of opinion

'soon as material arrives. clear ** : Further: After a gripping :story j so miles an hour giving the
binding the wound of their three.
of the Steamship Florida of how these soldiers marched on''Ii residents plenty of warning and over the political force of Huey
Calls for bids for construction: I.amac. Directly after the message was
year war, are to settle their territorial .I While nothing definite has been sent M'r. i Washington to ask for their bonus > time to batten down. It was regrettable Long live after him. Whatever
of the various units in the camp from Miami to Key West. Saunders a telegramwas I it then relates "They were marched ', that the veterans were
learned relative to the of
dispute remains as much of opening have been issued by the captainand Business and profession! men, despatched to Hon. J. R. to Florida far down to a camp :j sheltered) only in flimsy tents. was his actual national strength,
the Casa Marina Hotel letters Boyd chief clerk of the railway
he expects to have construc- at Key West where the govern-!! As far as the "Mirror" fact that I
a question a. eyer. from Peter last mail service with headquartersin N party manager now mutt reap
walk ofLfet
year i j
tion work under way within the in fact person in every Jacksonville. '.Tho ad- ment provided tents. I the veterans were encamped at
Development of Bolivia's potentially ager of the hotel to Key West *message The story probably read well' Key West, The Citizen is puzzled.The 'praise some 1936 possibilties.Their .
next 10 days and the camp ready eapresasthstnssk.s. astounded vises 11r'.Be.d oftheexchange of
friends indicate that to dateno for New Yorkers
up who grabbed ; only tents pitched -here in along
rich agricultural empire lying announcement has been made for occupancy before January 1. at the'attitude* of the telegrams Mr., between'Mr Porter and their Mirror and read it intensely !; time were those erected during i conclusion necessarilyawait
east of the Andes depends which would show that it will not In an interview with The Citizen proposed as they clung to the straps of'' the National Guard encamp. I the passing of time. The
change in schedules
be opened. Pinder steamshipeompassy"* and their and con- swaying subway and elevated ment and they have long
f Captain gave a gen- tinues j ago i Louisiana may have spoken from
upon an agreement but the territorial One of these letters received by : trains. It was well written and j been shipped and stored for safe
eral outline
of his which
plans *<*eming'disregard .f>th.--requirements **Thi. *.*- innd t.ate con- I [ conviction of plot to kill him;
Robert Spottswood close friend of true--except that the veterans did keeping. As a matter of "fact"the ,
question may drag along have been approved by the Fed nects.and--we'"-desire to I but senate colleague did not take
1 Mr. Schutt. interest not at !
displays a deep of"f service' between Key encamp Key West: and that veterans were encamped 100

for months or years. I in the condition of the mu- eral Housing Administration and protest ''thirJecbedulei.hereby they were not killed by a tornado. '! miles up the Keys from Key I his apprehension so aeriou.I). In

nicipal golf course the writer the loan for the project authorized West and Miami.A requesting the postoffice to Indeed it is the pride of the j I \\'est. i looking ahead there wa no mention -

The peace conference in Buenos: asking for information relative to through the First National Bank number of men who have dis- insist on maintaining twosteamship land City that it never has had 13-1|I Next time a tornado "drives in their view of anything/ so

Aires with Brazil! condition and proposed repairsand connection weekly horrible twisting death that is huge Key West" The l'
Argentina i j of Key W e t. cussed the proposed change stated betweea Miami and Key West. ]\: waves over shocking and sudden as Isis removal -
the United Statesand projects for the future to liable to come up at a moment'- Citizen will make it a point *o
chile, Peru J "I have in holdings at Boca that while the present schedule of The little time saved .in assassin.They .
my going by a.
have it in readniess for the com- notice from off heat ridden promptly inform the Daily Mirror
Uruguay participating has'been : Chica feet of beautiful two ships from Tampa and two direct to Havana from Miami I II
ing season. 3,300 plains-a tornado tearing along of the singular fact. were wondering, ,
from Miami would entail hardships
sitting two months and the i! Mr. Schutt told in his:! letter ofa sand beach behind which I doe not justify the inconvenience
I, proposethe the idea of cutting out one -- ---- how the extraordinary pal ad"< \< -
- -- -----
basic: territorial question. has' number of friends living on hotlt construction of six duplex cot- of the sailings from Miami to and injury resulting I surrounding Lang's pn-"JI"'II\' <\ ,.u

barely been scratched. I t I!| contemplating the east and west spending coasts some who were time tages with nicely furnished living Key West was preposterous and I and therefrom we request to this your community fullest, i ISEARCHING PARTY BELIEVED TO HAVE aspiration solved. could: .. or would in ,t-

Old Dispute Revived effort should be made to
bedroom and every i
room dining cooperation looking toward
in Key West this season, and as room
When it is considered in detail,!!! he kitchen with running water and have this proposed program of I maintenance of at least two Undoubtedly his I bitterest, ana,t
they were enthusiastic golfers LOCATED CAR IN WHICH
the MISS GROOMS most namtrou aad powerful r"c"
neutral circles expect many=;i was deeply interested in learning bath and veery modern convenience I company abolished and the direct steamship connectionseach
schedule maintained. I were in his own Dewocratic pai':t.;,
months of negotiations before an!i the condition of the golf course I he said. present week with Miami. This f I whose leaden ,ad rte;

agreement is reached. If failure i,i here.Mr. In addition to these cottages One business man among the i ia an emergency and we consider WAS LOST DURING RECENT HURRICANEbile condemned. Under ordinary program mcuiMtances -
there will be consrtucted 10 cab- interested in the
i Spottswood will reply to many vitally contemplated change un
is admitted the case is to be aub- that would hate l run),
ins to be comfortably furnished" maintenance the transportation
1 i Mr. Schutt's letter and advise i present warranted unjustifiable and about the tIiHcourat'II.,1i t
mitted to the Hague court. I[j that the course is to lie put in I, all facing the ocean and, like the service and mail delivery against public i.terest Mr. Julio J. DePoo was with we a:-kcd the diver to try again biggest candidate: : '
presidential e.
Bolivia in indicating that she i, first classcondition as a series of cottages, near that stretch of : and an increase if possible) Please advise postmaster Key I I and determine the make of the i J any ,1

will ask for a Paraguay river port' improvements have been made beautiful beach.Workmen said that while Key West had suffered West final action" her husband Dr. DePo. for five i car as this was vitally important have.Bat that was not all. A tIm'titRe

possible by the Works Progress are now rebuildingand no physical damage from This telegram. was signed The day the Florida Key. follow- I
the twentieth on ,
south of parallel,f I had been of .ha death, many > t tvenator's U'
n. we told that
getting in first class the the hurricane Miss
Administration approving on September shape the economic damage Chamber of Commerce: of Key ,
and Paraguay 'in indicating that: 6 an allotment of $19- several cabin cruisers owned by sustained and to be )West Rotary Club .of Key West ing the disastrous hurricane ofSeptember i!'Grooms had been given the use of warmest well-wisht! ,
she will refuse to such a eX-I' were (af all people) member o
grant : Captain Pinder. A number of with .
722 for this purpose. com- perienced in the future Leo Warren president of city a Dodge car by a Mr. Davis the
port face the same obstacle toi. fortable and roomy rowboats are tailed transportation facilities is 2, and give an aecoa.tof jthat.- "Wall btreet" wms! 01
*council. H. Malone
Wtau ,
mayor. owner, fcalYfyM> iiube. : ntMcfc 'h ,l.-cfttujatr'i
ten t.orial".aK1e Intention h. .hast I aUo to- 4>constructed and one. ,beyond computation. been a bone of for the COURT 'HOLDSRECIRCmTING glass bottom boat. .As soon as the word of the*commissioners, Norberg- Thompson t.-'ollo-I'I "ColUpf"' g witnthe; request the : on so many occasions in pu''lorI

two countries for more than 00 J In reply to a question as to his i proposed change was received ins' interests First National Bank ing contribution 'to diver_bloke away two boards from and private.

years. I, ideas regarding the future of Key 'Key West yesterday Wm. R. Port -\Key West Arthur Gomez state {I the roof of the auto to give more I Thinking of 1940"
"After several days' search for 1
Bolivia needs ,an outlet to the "Will he really run had! been
West the captain replied: "No1hi : r. president of the First National senator M. E. Gilfond Key West space to continue his .in.e tiga- ,
Atlantic for her eastern provinces ing which can be said' or done will Bank of West sent the body of Miss Rosalind Grooms !!! asked hopefully almost prac.fully iJ i-
i i Key aj:ERA Administrator, J. J. Trevor tions. During this dive he tried .
]J by old-line ?(rval n'-
now virtually isolated as BILL AS VALID
i convince me there is anything but I telegram to Paul J. Saunders :and Bernie Papy member Florida
far as transportation is con-, : a great future ahead for us of Key president of the P. and O. S. S. ,Legislature. but all in vain, a report was received the doors of the car only to find whenever long's possible (":11101'-'

cerned. She is expected West. look trifle that they both far dacy wasjnenttoncd.! The h'.pe| -
Things a were securely
may follows
I Company as : Another telegram of like tenor at demolished Veteran's .
fore to continue to insist there-I DECISION BY SUPREME BODY I dreary and unpromising now, but "We have today been in., \t'as sent by Mr Porter to Senator I tened aDd the windows rolled up. and prayers arose, of course, i..m' i
river which could be this no love of him, but from a )P" '-
port condition is transientand
only formed Camp Number 5 that submerged
that a
you contemplate ,Duncan U. Fletcher in Washington i iI "This led! us to believe that, '
nected up with eastern Bolivia by MAKES BROWNE ONE OF the gloom will soon be dis-j r the Florida direct bility that he might split tntft-
[ operating on The elimination of
an outlet across the Chaco. i iI persed. j Miami-Havana schedule i proposed I car had been sighted about I probably when Miss\ Grooms and I wing vote next year and so p'cit'
I I JUDCES ALSO AFFECTS ATTORNEY I:one sailing a week from Miami to t I
; the other of the conservative Republican.
Paraguay, which has colonizedthe "As matter of fact I would occupants car. a
a 1
i tI with probability of calling at ; Key West and the attitude of the 200 feet from the shore,'near th I
entire west bank of the Para- I LESTER not be starting; this developmentplan Key West ODe _ay. Our mail i business interests regarding the i if any, had deckled to leave the j Any consideration of the Long

guay to the Brazilian frontier is of mine if I did not feel con aDd passenger schedule are schedule was explained in detailas : camp site. car and seek shelter front the '(I candidacy had to start from the
expected to be equally insistent I ---- vinced that we have great future i fad that few of his own follow..sbmeved
a bad enough now without being I well as the steps taken in Key "On of the storm, they had made everythinglecure
I receipt report
of IJr.1 j he had slightestichance
upon not giving up any .art ahead of us. And while the beau- I
I With the State Court further aggravated there West in effort to have the
Supreme i an or- before leaving. j i to be elected next:
the river bank.Counter tification and rehabilitation of DePo and I, Fernando Camus of : Yl'U.
holding valid the recircuiting bill fore we hope there i i. no der rescinded, and also that Mr.
suggestions for development Boca Chi ca. as I have just outlined i the Key West administration sani- Proceeds kith Work j JHe I was c*anted, nevertheless. a--
I passed by the 1935 Florida legislature I foundation to this report. Will Porter has requested M. E. ,Gil-I.
Bolivia's easternor I to is will "The diver with his I the meat likely rallying figure fora
of you going on, I be planning I forces and four others proceeded
Judge Jefferson B. Browne appreciate an expression iatbi. fond "Key West administrator tary one '
Oriente--.region are beginning / a more comprehensive work and after several further attempts third party ticket.
pro- .
becomes one of four circuit court I connection front y..M now Washington to confer'_. of whom was a diver left in search I 1 that if V
to conference circles gram of development for the season I recovered on the front Expectations were
crop up ;
but envisage less direct outlets judges in the Eleventh Judicial: of 1936." I Within a short time afterwardMr. with you tomorrow with a view to, of the machine believing it to be feat cushion, the mate to the shoe tried for the nomination, he w."j-I>!'! !
Dade and Monroe : Porter received from Mr. the department j
i Circuit combining I conferring with postoffice .
plus the outlay of millionsof i I the same car in which Miss Groomsi a bundle of papers on several of collect acute delegates who at m<> t
I counties. Saunders i in Jacksonville the following -I and have them order
dollars. i was seen just prior to the storm. which was found the name of Mr. would raise controversy in the
affects At- : continuance
This decision also MAJOR ALBURY of' the present twicea
Democratic convention and! t
Money Need Block Outlets Davis owner of the Dodge car ;
who -"It hasjbee decided to i' Sighted Object .
torney J. Lancelot Lester wfek'-Jfchihile'"betwWn. Miami
And South American credit I who had lent it to Miss I Groomsto I if he then. ran indviK-ndentlv., he
was appointed by State Attorney temporarilyoperate, Steamship and -Kfey Wst?" Y&Y"5nterest "While trolling about 100 yards
would : Mr. Roosevelt tonr\
with the exception, of Argentina, AND GUARDSMENARE f1 : leave the Key.
G. A. Worley several weeks as Florida, once each week and opwStioM"wirf"De i ;
; ,
ago greatly beyond Lower Matecnmbe hK,
doesn't permit much hope for i I .. 'j we "The next object brought up enough states to damage ;pio--
front t '
assistant in Key West. Miami to H..adirect. *! ''" < !
appreciate : .
heavy spending in the immediate ; I sighted :'an object which looked 1... a shiny hub cap with the word pects.
Judge Uly O. Thompson who COMMENDEDGOVERNOR leaving MLsasFridays: : and The Cltffe! lh Tnorning"asledAgent : 1 the Long
What in
future. I Dodge across the middle. This definitely many campwere
Unless some kind of a com-I I becomes ousted from- the judse- once each week ,leaving Miami Jsritnott' I tMstaiV! !)fhe\i not unlike a large box. Closer in-I proved that this was the, thinking of was 1940. Theycounted
in Miami Mondays via West t rjpcction revealed the of
ship in circuit court Key. P. and' O.tlines'WKeyWest.'if: : object our leftward of
promise can be worked out for a, i j in which the unfortunate n :Mirc
with the court's decision is allowed and return...via .Key West. the ;( would "Be car
search the
Bolivian outlet through the terri SHOLTZ PRAISES proposer chAHge" j top of the car being ,i young woman tad started to seek public opinion-w> manifest in es-
I 15 days by the court Thl will give Key West three efftcti've this'
supreme come week::
tory Paraguay holds Bolivia map about one foot below the surface. safety. Later the diver recovered rent yean to continue !'tro'I 'v
to file an amended answer: to the P. and O. tailing each Mr. that he had ;
ORGAN. replied
be forced to seek a roundabout! HEAD OF MILITARY week." I "Immediately: our diver entered j a first aid kit, a pair of men's whether! the next administrationwas
I ouster petition. just discussed the matter with
outlet by of Brazil or Ar-' I shoes pair of sun glasses Democratic or Republican. It
way IZATION AND PERSONNEL Directly upon receipt of the Austin the water and went to the ma- !; new a I
entina. She tried both in pre- ''I Williamson personal rep-( !land a bundle of unopened mail (was that drift they hoped t.,
foregoing message Mr. Porter! resentative of President Saunders chine which was about five feet
wi years, but nothing resulted.In ![BOYD ASSEMBLES : FOR WORK ON KEYS -t | addressed to veterans of the va- capitaliR.i .
the prosperous twenties, Bolivia II I wired Mr. Saunders as follows: who arrived on the Cuba.I! from where! our boat was anchored. i noun camps. How this mail canva, i If their expectations turned

"Sorry learn .f your from Tampa en route to Havana t! There hole in the roof : : out. they figured I Long would 1
reached an agreement with I i I I was a to >be in the car no one attempted; ap-
Argentina for extension of Argentine -F r. MAIL INQUIRIES I proposed change in Florida and Mr. Williamson said that the, of the car through which the dirt -; to explain i pear in the role of a sage an Major William V. in ched.Ie.
E.tir. community Florida will make the scheduled
railways north from the:, |, er unhesitatingly entered. i I Complete Search i prophet, who had! cried in thei
-- I(r command of the Second Battalion much concerned, and i.
very two
e trips between Mfemi and'
wilderness in 1936 and estab-
frontier to Santa Cruz, principal 't "Not knowing what he was to ; "By this time the car had been
and members of Battery "E", ereised as it mean only ... I Havana i
via Key West'this week !
himself beforehand the
center of the Bolivian Oriente; FORWARDS TELEGRAMS AND find although we had been tolda 1 thoroughly searched and we dui tinned as
she reached an agreement with I Florida National Guard, are commended weekly connection, between and changes if any were made body had been seen in the car, 'I i tided to leave the scene, for in our i chosen leader for 1940.
COMMUNICATIONS TO POST- by Governor Dave Sholtz Key West and Miami and will would become effective next I i 1936 Prospect Now
Brazil for extension' of Brazilian' I I we held our breaths, fearing that minds we wera convinced that the
railways west from the frontier to t OFFICE DEPARTMENT for their efficient work on the result in
Oriente. I Keys following the hurricane ina -- ----C. I the depths was within awaiting its i reminders of one of life's greatest i.for him to survive his bv\\\\< t

Neither of the railway systemshas letter from Adjutant Vivian human prey."Immense. tragedies, was beyond all hi- wound puitltes'tionF were hear I

:! penetrated Bolivian territory I Collins which in shown here: MATTEROFREBUILDING RAILROAD I relief was felt by the I man assistance. ,f that he would be able not only to

and there is no money availableto J. R. Boyd, chief of the Railway "The operation of National members of our party when he "We assembled; the gruesonie i appeal a.* a sage and a prophet

revive the idea I 1!ail Service with headquarters Guard forces under your command emerged from the car and reported I land sad evidence and started {he,!bat as an almost-martyr-v:i*i
Jacksonville; has advised Postmaster conditions inci- WILL BE DECIDED BY U. S. COURT, which) consequent impression public
Bolivia appears to be staking during the trying he had felt all around the !i return from the pt from on

much on the fact that she once t Sam Harris that all telegrams dent to relief activities followingthe front seat of the car and found I jour expedition had stated! satlS;I I opinion.

had possession of Bahia Xesrra, on I and other communications hurricane disaster on the lower I nothing. We asked him to try I fled that Miss Grooms' body. had f The fact that most of the r"1jtfeians ';-
which have been received by him Florida Keys reflect the degree The Florida East Coast ask certain questions pertinent to washed out 'thrbuKh I questioned that line oftreasoninpdiid
the Paraguay/ river at the twentieth -1 J again which ,he willingly I[either been .
i| from organizations and individuals of efficiency which assures I the present situation. the roof 'of the not to impress -
parallel in the eighties''in I I Railway will be guided by''the' I Slipper"Again Ithf opening in ; appear
only to be pushed out by Para-i Key West have been forward- the state administration of a dependable In a telegram to Mr. Porters: received -! coming to the surface :automobile or when the storm I the Long trstejrists

guay. j s;' ed to the ro>toffce! department I'I armed force for use in i} \United States court in ''yesterday afternoon: Mr.: he reported there were no bodies(drew near she had left the ear and I "What about actual) 198 pros-

-_.- in Washington.Mr. supplementing civil authority during their. within and he doubted very much while running for shelter was en- pects before the assassination and
Boyd wes in Key West last the of future actions regard- Thoaipson advises, "Interviewed .nd tem- now?"
periods emergency. I t if there was anything there except i eloped jar the lashing
;week and, conferred with a group I II 'I "The governor directs me to express ing the line from the main Mr. Kenan. He did not know a woman' white slipper.I testuoos waters; and carried out Long dominated Louisiana and

|dot officials relative to the establishment -!I to you and the members of what they are going to do. Will I which he held in his hand. Exam- i to sea and drowned for the adjacent -f despite contrary prediction of
Benefit of Storm Sufferer of service oetween Key, "E** his appreciation for land to Key West. hundreds of i most political
( Battery make their report to the court on ination showed this piece of footwear I : territory for Chairman Farley,
On Florida Key | West and Miami Thursdays and the prompt response to his call damages and the will I to be a 6 4-2 AAA with high J feet was swept completely clean.' leaders doubted whether it could i ii

Previously acknowledged... $51.00 1 I Sundays by plane. It is under- and for the efficient manner in This was made plain yesterdayin court say ( heels. While the figures were i buildings demolished and railroad lbe} taken from him next year.

Mrs Emile Holm ............... 1.00 ) itood that recommendations rela- which an arduous and disagree- aa interview given Norberg whether to rebuild or not. If ordered (rather dim the width letters were { tracks torn up. twisted and cast' Confusion raises its head there

William X. Knowles....___..... 1.00'jtire to this proposed service are able duty! was performed and ti Thompson who at the behest of to rebuild will. do so. Could clear and easily seen. I into the sea as by the hands of now. anti-Leeg laden saying the

j, included in those: &ei.t to the cap- extend his commendation for the William R. Porter went to Mr. I not get him to say one way or another "Convinced there were no some monstrous revengeful erea-"machine wiH dis* tejrate withoutits

Total ..._._......_...___.$53.00 i itaL high military standard displayed." Kenan's office in New York to what ne thought." (bodies found in the automo-'ture." leader.








I rjeiep Btest WAR DRAWS CLOSER .5.5.SS.5.a....... ........................1 I bridge Boston'
Citizen 1 LEGALS popular boy'fctory
L -- KEY WEST IN THE Today's writer born at Ogden N.-

THE Published CITIZEN hjlj PUBLISHING..rept Sunday CO, By INC.L The actual outbreak of"war between DAYS Nettee NOTICE Is hereby OF :MASTER'S flTta that SALE under 1 I Y. Died at Arlington, M...., Feb.
P. ARTMAN. PreoMMtJOE Italy and Ethiopia will shortly take place. ........................ and by virtue of a certmla Order Anniversaries ,12. 1916.I860 .
ALLEN AuUtaat B..l.e.. Maaag-e and Decree From Tb. Cltlsen Building The Italian preparations, consisting of the appewBgi Her. Jest 10 Years .... made and entered on the 11th day ...ooooooooooooooooooooo I',
Corner Greene and Ann Street Ago Today As Take From of August. A. D. IMS. la aad by the .-CKnton Sc* erd. Hamil-
Highest ... __......_....ic ..49
Circuit Court of the Eleventh
transportation of men and supplies have + Judicial 1709 Samuel) Johnson to. CoHege CKaton. N. Y.
Only Dally Newspaper in Key West and KonroeCountT. Tk. File Of TI>. ca;... Lowest _.._ Circuit of the State of Florida famed' i noted -
been --- In and for Monroe In Chancery Englishman of letters born. i poet, born at Cliit.... Died at
Entered! .t Key Wot. Florida a. eecoad FJfaTT The attitude of the Italian Dictator, A minion dollars syndicate Nonnal Mean ...__........_ ._82 wherein James Farrington Is plaintiff
and :Miami Bank 1932.
& Trust Company
Member ., the Aneeiated Pre. Mussolini, to the efforts of the League of through the efforts of the South- Rainfall also known as Miami Bank ; ; Massachusetts : i i I "
The Associated Press U exclusively entitled to use ernmost Realty Company's rep-1 Yesterday's! Precipitation .0 Ins.' and Trust Company, a corporation /
credited tot Nations to avoid the has been lawyer, Justice of the TJ. s.1!j 1860-Jennie Goodeil Blow, the
for rtti:>4.ltaa of all new. dispatches war quite resentatives Critteaden i Normal Pre pitation.... .22 Ins. organized and existing under the
: ir not otherwise credited In this paper and also George I laws of the State of Florida and Supreme Court for 34 years legal l i i American honored by Britain forequipping
the local news published here.'NATIONAL positive and followed so far with! no serious and Uario Martinez, will establish -I .Tact tteom rorrn a..fceoe *erto4I C E. Butters. Jr. and Fern Butters v.ritr ; War
born at Marblehead JIass. Boer boepHal ship
call. his wife
at ft sYl.eI. Ibis -r.I.C. are defendants.
EDITORIAL obstacle from the other nations. II Duce an airways company with I Tomorrow's Almanac closure .f LIen of Tax Sale Ditd: Sept. 10, 1945.7804Walter born at Joliet, III Died. ia New

u ASSOCIATION does not hesitate to declare a firm decision touching headquarters at several in Key cities West in and the'Sun rises .........._...._.. 6:14 a. m. Master tificate,la the Chancery andersigned will offer Fore.j York City. Jan. 25, 1935.

__ <=/YCe.nlw. 19.35 to occupy Ethiopian country, regard- state. On the above stated(I Sun seta .......-.......... 6:27 p. In. sale and will sell at public o.. L. Ne wherry,
for cavil In hand, t* the
merchant banker and The shrines the islet of
amount be !Moon rises! _._______.__.. best bidder at the front door philanthropist on
will made
RATES less of $500,000
One Year ..._. _9VBSCHIPTION... ... _-...-_.._$10.00 opposition. available Moon sets ... ---- 1:16 p. m. County Court house in. ;Monroe! whose name is perpetuated in ,I F.noshima, Japan, are sacred to
u. at
Six Months .... ..._m_' .... .._. -" -'_- The League of Nations is consideringthe once. The company Last quarter, 19th ._. 9:23 a. In. County. Florida In the City of Key the library- gave Chicago bornat j I I the goddess Benten.
officials have interested West Florida during the legal
Months : : : ti! I a nun
Xm rare'Month. .. ... I' situation and taking very deliberate ber of capitalists in the I. TOM e.rrow'. Tide hours of sale on Monday. the 'tihday Windsor, CoaL Died Nev. C.;,
Weakly.-:::: ::::.: :%0 proposition of October. A. P. JUS. the following 1868. ;
action. Many observers believe, however, of making<< Key West head- A.M. P.SI.\ described land situate, lying i BENJAMIN LOPEZ
ADVERTISING RATES.. __' ... 2.-01 3:35 ..d being' {. the Cooaty of Monroe, i
Made, known on application. that the actual outbreak of war will cause quarters and plans to make this'i High Low .::.: .:.:::.:::: 9:35 8:01 State of Florida to-wit: 180iJ.has. C.: Abbott, New+, FUNERAL HOME
IiPECIAL-NOTICE proposition effective will be at u All that part of Lot Two (%) I
All reading notices, cards of thanks resolutions of the League to definitely set in motion once started. Barometer 8 .. w. t...lari In Sectioa Twenty-nine (I'), England Congregational clergyman Serving Key Wast
respect obituary notices eta. will be charged for at Township Sixty lie>>> South, popular historian, born at Half Cs>t.ry
the rate of Ie cents a line. other steps to restrain the Italians. The 1 Sea level, 29.95.WEATHER Range Forty (ft), East described t Brunswick Maine. Died June 17. I 24 Hour At...._ Service
Notices for entertainments by chf-chefi from whicha 'Flags and as follows*: Commencing
r.."*. nu4 Is to be derived are S cents a line. League, however, is handicapped by the pennants artistically FORECAST : at a point 9 chains and 69 1877. Licensed Fmba'ssorPhono
The Citizen Is an open frrum and Invites discusclou arranged about the large dancing I links South of Northwest corner I I 135 Night 698I -\\
of public Issues and su jects of local or general I fact that the large powers are divided as pavilion of the Athletic) Club made I of said Lot Two (I) In Section 1827--John Townsend T row-

interest. but it .ill.not publish anonymous communl- to what should be done. an attractive setting for the dance (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) I Twenty-nine Sixty (*41) South(n). Township Range- I 1 --- --- -- --.
The of trouble given there last night by B. P. O. Key West and Vicinity: Partly Forty (ft) East and from the
prospects between Elks cloudy'tonight and Thursday with said point run South 17 chains I ,
551 for benefit -of the Coun-
i Italy and Great Britain are somewhat I try Club. There was also a musical -'f waters thence run of the Fast Atlantic 15 chains Ocean to the; I I STEAMSHIP Co.

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST' ,. S, ter m.I.I/// -1 thence run North and along the '
The British
alarming. are not apt to view program in connection with
"'-"t r't waters of the Atlantic Ocean IT P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN with favor the establishment of a power the affair which was a most enjoyable -'I L&J / I :!..f chains more or less, to an iron
affair. I'J bolt which Is de East of starting MAIL ROUTES FOR
ful Italian naval and military base East of O. point; thence run West 25
.I chains, more or less, to the HAVANA WEST INDIES
1. Water and Sewerage. the Suez, in a position to interfere with The Old Guard Battalion of starting point; together with all
1Iv commonlaw riparian rights Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Fri
British trade to India and the Orient. Atlanta headed by Commander:! ... 1 I thereunto belonging or appertaining days and Saturdays 8:30 A. M.Leave .
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main W. :M. Camp, arrived in Key West' : .
When the British began strengtheningtheir this Dated. September 4th. 1SJ5. Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays
land. morning 10:30 o'clock over iJSi WILLIAM V. ALBURT. 6:30 P. M.Leave.
forces in the Mediterranean the replyof the East Coast Railway. Therewere I .J,1 ; Special Master In Chancery.'
3. Tree Port. : CSWfS =" J J W CURKY HARRIS Key West for Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays
the Italians was to concentrate. submarines about 150 persons in the K. Solicitor for I'ialntlff. 1 I >9:00> P. M.SaU.

4. 'Hotels and Apartments. and airplanes opposite Malta. visiting group including Governor;I Partly Cloudy Showers sep4-ll-lS-ZS; octZOTir5 mt tickets for Havana will stop at BOO A. M.For .
5. Bathing Pavilion. British prestige has been challengedby his staff and other prominent I occasional:: showers; gente! to moderate NOTICE> IS OH HEREBY MAVTftt! GIVEN sAt,R that 1 further i.focmmUo can Phone 71
variable Under and by virtue of and J. H. COSTAR A.enl.
6. Airports-Land and Sea. the urilateral act of Italy. It may not personages from that state. The winds. suant to that certain decree made pur-
Consolidation of and delegation tailed on the S, S. Florida: Occasional chewers! tonight and entered on the 15th day of .
7. County City I
but later the -
immediately -
cone sooner or Cuba this afternoon for Havana! and Thursday. August A. D. un, by the Honorable --

GovernmentsSIDELIGHTS British will see to it that the world under- where arrangements have been 1 Jacksonville: to Florida Strait" the. Judges Jefferson of tile B. Circuit Browne Court One of of I 1

stands that the British Navy intends to completed for a number of programs and East Calf; Gentle to moderate the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of'
:Monroe County. Florida. In Chancery -
variable winds l'
except northerly "
of entertainment for the
In that certain cause therein
in the Mediterranean and
predominate visitors. I over extreme north portion;I pending: wherein,: E. A. Strunk, Jr.i I

over the Indian trade routes. 1 weather partly overcast tonight t Company Is complainant a corporation, and Burbank organized Realty Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty

Monday night September 28 is .and Thursday, possibly showersover I under the laws of the State of Florida ,
extreme: : north portion.. and Gato Real Estate and Improvement -
COURT OUR SAFEGUARD the time set by i. Otto Kirchheiner Company a corporation,' Loan Bonds Are Advised To
chairman of the board of organised and existing wader the

By MARCY B. OARNALL county commissioners for the WEATHER CONDITIONSA i I defendants laws of the, the State undersigned of Florida Special are i

In address before the Virginia Bar meeting to discuss the propositionof Master In ,
Former Editor of Too Key West Citizen an Chancery appointed. by See Us With Reference
bridge franchise for 1 said decree, will offer for .ml. andsell
Association recently Senator Tom. Con- letting a slight disturbance is central at public outcry to the highest:
spans! over the two wide traps of I bidder for .-ash. at the front door,
A Kansas editor prints this con- nally of Texas said: the Oversea Highway. As this this morning about 100 miles east of the County Court House in Key' To The New Treasury -
of Jacksonville, FUu, ,moving west Monroe County, Florida, on'
fidential estimate of a certain husband, "As an American citizen, I oppose will be an interesting meeting noeastward attended by fresh to Monday. October 7th. A. D. 135,t

given by his wife: "My husband has the divesting the United States Supreme Courtof many citizens are expected to be strong shifting winds and squals, court(same and being a legal a rule sales day day)of during said Financing

present. and small craft warnings displayed the legal hours of sale, to-wlt bertween
grace of a hippopotamus, the brain of a the power to continue to interpret the are II O'clock In the forenoon

Constitution at the suit of citizen of Last night at the meeting of from Savannah, Ga., to and 2 O'clock in the afternoon ofsaid
gnat, the appearance of a giraffe, and the any New Berne. N. C. Pressure continues day. the following described

personality of a dead salmon." the republic whenever any right guar- city matter council of increased called to discuss tax assess the high over most of the At- payment property of to satisfy the amounts said decree therein of!,,

anteed to him by that instrument may be ments the assessors roll for the Intic States New York City, 30.30 specified In the: City of Key West 'j 1 I
inches, and is moderately low over The First National Bank of WestI
invaded by the congress, the executive, year 1925 and 1926 with an increase know. as Lots Eight (I) and ,
Rev. Harold Marley of Sedgley, Eng., foivthwestern districts. Phoenix, Nine (I). of Square One (1) of
the courts, or any state in the Union." of 50 percent in taxationwas Ariz., and San Francisco Calif.. Tract Twenty-seven <2T). according 'I
rebuked certain women of his congrega- accepted by the board. The to Martell TowersSubdivision
Because of recent criticisms of the 29.80 inches and from central) ; plat of which subdivision i
_tion in this fashion. "It is a cattish trickto increase in taxation applies to all Canada southward over the Plains being recorded In Plate I' Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal
United States Supreme Court on accountof within the limits. Book 1. 140. Monroe County -
property city i /
thrust hnclothed flesh, whether a legor Mates The Pas, Manitoba, 29.76 Florida, Records.
: its decision in the NRA case and others, inches. Showers and thynder- RAYMOND R. LORD. Deposit Insurance Corporation -
any other part that is normally covered, County commissioner and Special Master I. Chancery.
the statement of Senator Conally is most rtorms have occurred since:' yesterday -
-on the attention of the male sex. since the members of the school board met moving in Gulf coast districts Solicitor for ComplainanLauger
"VnaTe mind timely. There seems little doubt that sev- last night to discuss the matter of : ; .sept4-ll-ll-S .
being what it is, is bound to be southern Georgia, and
:diverted from God." eral pieces of legislation recently passed by school taxes Superintendent Mel- throughout most of Florida Apa- ---.- ..-- .--
vin Russell the school's&ide
.. Congress will meet the fate of the NRA, presented lachicola reporting a heavy rainfallof
asked the 10 mills
and why;
3.18 inches. There lIa"e'a1'O
and the m.ore intelligent members of Con- voted at the last election bad not

Among relics of the late Emperor gress realized that fact and warned been fixed by the commissionerson been Michigan Tight southeastward showers from over northern New See line ofGLASSWARE

Francis the current tax roll. our --
of in Chairman
Joseph A'ustria-Hungary,
against the enactment of laws that were Temperatures are generally
Vienna, is a tray of cigar butts, badly unconstitutional.As Kirchheiner replied by saying somewhat below normal in the Atlantic -
palpably that in as much as the amount of and Gulf States and
Chewed up on which is this tag: "Cer- a result of passing such laws, great funds to be placed at the disposalof northwestern districts and 'above over

tified by his valet to have been smoked by3lis uncertainty and confusion will exist until the school authorities daring the seasonal average in the Mississippi

Majesty on the 12th of August, 1914." the the current year would be more and Ohio Valleys, Lake re- ,
they have been passed upon by na
than double that of the year previous and Plains States.
:This was a few days after the beginning of3he gion
tion's highest tribunal. he did not see the necessityof G S. KENNEDY,

World War, when the old emperor Ever since the foundation of our gov- levying the full 10 mill at this Officer in Charge.

: all the consolation time. It was finally decided to
deeded Nicotine
Lady Court has been the t 9L
ernment the Supreme have the secretary of the school .................55..5.Today's .
:could give him. bulwark of American" liberty, and any at- board 'confer with J. Vining Harris L E

tempt to weaken this safeguard should be attorney for the county commissioners Horoscope

Some odd town Ash resisted 'all patriotic citizens. relative to the legality ....55..5..5....*
more names: by and advisability of calling a

3van.; Carpet, Tex.; Mouth Wash,; Ogoo special election for issuance of The native of today has a military -

;Ga.; Odear, Me.; Skeleton, Ky.; Shoo, DO YOUR TRADING AT HOME $100.000 .bonds for school needs. aggressive natrre.and The the tendency disposition will is

:Fla. Kay 0. Houdy 1\1i\ Fiven Tenn. le to take force and.
; ; & ; Editorial: comment: Attend the things by> to 8

Names: of towns and state abbreviations The commercial growth of a community meeting of'the1 1 V"Monroe jCounty gain position aad fortune by,dint

make; interesting combinations. depends largely upon the extent of the Realtors tonight in the ;rooms of there seems a Beneath more refined this

.. the stocks kept by its merchants. Peopledo make ehambewtat the realty: board commerce real. and nature that will: to far to overcome -

An not come to a town to buy what the the unfavorable opinion ex-
unimportant but odd discovery is *-' cited by the aggressive ness.!
merchants do not sell. No merchant can Fishing Boca Chica
used word is '
a frequently unique in bridge is said to be excellent
his stocks until there is demandfor
that it has seven consonants and only one enlarge these afternoons and every day There is a great demand for

''vowel, combined in one syllable in which the goods. Merchandise bought from I there are parties and individualsto American artists in Europe, according -

peddlers fails to create any demand. be seen angling there. Some of to F. C. Schang, concert
,:there are no silent letters. The word is
local citizen should buy them report good catches manager.
;"strength." Every every-

thing at home that is possible. Dollars .5.5.e.................. "J.ek..vn1N.Le.dl.g Met.I"

sent away by money orders, or checks, seldom Today In History THE SEMINOLE H
A Maryland landlord profited little circulation. The ;
back home
from selling the good of Mrs. Thomas get to ........555555.S....S.5 I
carpenter who buys his tools by mail sel-.
Hargrave to satisfy a rent judgment. She 1793.! President Washington
dom thinks that better business for the
a laid the cornerstone of the Na-
bid in all the stuff herself paying from 2 '
tional wive 4t tFy
hardware merchant might mean more CapitoL K
to 5 cents for each article, the sale bringing ltetF I ;
building activity. Every man and woman, s41a.ek..nq
1850 Historic Fugitive Slave .1
a total of only $1.12, although an automobile -
working for a living in Key West, depends Law which directed and encouraged -
was included in the list. She
upon the money kept at home for payday the surrender of runaway
able to do this because herneighbors re- prosperity. slaves in any part of the free r y

frained from bidding again ]her. States, without any triaL '

---- OFFENSIVE AGAINST SIN 1851-First issue; of'the New
A human home-like IDStlt.tlonwhere
Wielded Moore York Times. will find t.*l.U..lfmmlurt
by W. C. ;a North General Evangeline Booth, of the Salvation you sad eatertalnaeat year M. mat t

Carolina attorney, a golf club performed Army, has issued a manifesto to the 1873-Suspension of the great ter> of great. Importaaca. other useful and decorative ':

.?omewhat like a boomerang. a Saying to a members of her organizations in ninety I Philadelphia bankers. Jay Cooke A .t... fireproof ballfllaK heated ; f

Companion: "just watch me wham this countries declaring a new offensive against 1 &; Company which started a countrywide IB the asset .f the en, articles for your home'
: panic. -0-
one" wham it he did, and the club re- sin throughout the world.It I E"ery"R__ with ComblnaUon Tub

bounded to fracture the whamjner's jaw. may be interesting to readers of The : 1926--Tropical hnrricane swept Ceiling and Shower Van. Slat Bath Door Radio.for Summer Ulectrlc 1

Florida, Alabama and lfis3issippi.I Ventilation. Comfortable Bed withMattresses
Citizen to !
have to have a list of the sins of Inner Spring Construction J

Dr. Freeman of Yale after an elab- that General Booth thinks should be wiped I 1934-League-of Nations admitted Inc Lampa.and Individual '"Rea"-i I I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

orate series of tests, reports that the fellow out. Here they are: greed hypocrisy, I, Soviet Russia to member RATES .

who "taKes it easy" while he works is immorality, gambling, blasphemy, malice, ship. 78 a..... Private Bath _..i: =!; Phone 593 White and Eliza Streets
..... .. _
80 B.' .... .. .Ia s.M'
the done.
likely to get most This is gratifying hatred, murders thefts ...
cant, jealousy, I Ethiopia became Independent 4* RexMM. Vrlvste BarfcS4 -
Private B..h, "Your home is worthy of the best"PAGE
"_ news to those who like to take it easy cowardice, fashion, pride, conceit selfishness towards the eleventh century,' !.saoiple ---.. Private Bath ..:.

-in other words, nearly everybody. and lying. having been an Egyptian province aUGHT IJkCRKAlK WOK 1IOLBL.1
.... I D I before that. __ _._ :. OCCCTAJfCT a



-- ---


! .se.eee...eeee..e..eo 1 .oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*) mathematician, born :IB Baltimore
MORNING STAR I CLASSIFIED t Today's Birthdayseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 78. years ago._ i

2SY MAarAX SrMS Rev. Dr. Clarence E. Mac-

SPORTSclilcAcocuBs COLUMN U. S. Senator Peter G. Gerry ef arney of Pittsburgh, noted Presbyterian '-,., .

STXOPS1S: tmtty Felton kai He shrugged. "God Knows. Especially Rhode Island. orn in New York clergyman born at North- -:
cell tritk k
graduated fr m !1. *. and wick tAreepreciowa 56 years ago. wood Ohio 54 years ago.
Ono r Ju4U Carroll, tin Her eyes widened surprise. Was Advertisements under this bead '""
fatting roommate eke Jto Frttkman. 0.. it Judttk't &rot1ow. It, she wondered, such a foregone will be inserted In The Citizen at' Dr. Clark Wissler. noted Yale William It. Abbott of Chicago

I marry>..i4,*..rfc.(_before C-w th l" Carroll promised* lost to conclusion among her friends that the rate of Ic a word for each in-j I'and the American Museum of Nat- chairman of the board, Itin! is

fkrir jl- .U plantation. 0.. itCkariottr. she would marry Edwin? If shewasn't portion but the minimum for ural History anthropologist, born I fell Telephone, been in New -1
,xko tierrriicd. Judith the of I
a* careful mere farce
roommate. Bat Jiufitk to married .-- first insertion in every Instance is25e. I in Wayne Co., Ind. 63) years ago. I York. 66 years age.
David <. lot t. her and tentMt public opinion would push her Into J
Ckarlorte tau a lob. Emtln ico- It. She shook her head. eeeeeeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeeee
dera, at reareweS dance what FERA TEAM WINS Payment for classified advertisements Powel Crosley, Jr., of Cincin- Greta Garbo, screen star, bern ::
.*. kaU do. "I bate to disappoint' you but It !
is in advance in Sweden 29
!' FOLLOWING invariably rtti, radio comrsny president. years :go.
but regular advertisers with ledger bcrn there 49 "--eais ago. jdj
Chapter 13PUZZLED Jock grinned."No-oor*he drawled TAKE ANOTHER GAMEYESTERDAY accounts may have their advertisements I I William Duncan Ken Mae, Can- :.

and relinquished' her to another :E! THROUGH I II charged. Dr. William S. Eichelbe'gerl of f ada's Minister to WaHIgt-.a, 3 1

Tl ,f OST of the dancers, she thought partner.- FROM GIANTSST. ,I I Ii Advertisers should give their Rochester: : N. Y., astronomer- I bona in Ottawa, 4S years ago. .'j
:&. If to ,irJUIe lie to her deals
.l\1 back street address as well their telephone .
enviously, were going to i I i I DEFEAT BAYVIEW PARK ACCREGAT1ON as _- -- i
the partner was Edwin. (By JOVE) I
school next week of them bad number if they desire re-
ODe more year between: most them and Edwla danced, as he did most !i........................ IN DIAMOND. I ; ....... ... .. ... lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
things smoothly and precisely, witha LOUIS CARDINALS AND I I sults.With
what the lectarers ominously] tailed Complete lack of abandon or Im The leading litters in the Social :. BALL CONTESTBy each classified advertisement i a

Life. agination.When BROOKLYN DODQ.RS SPLIT I' League are: J. Walker, .667; Al- The Citizen will give free an FOR SALEs

It was only tonight thai she had the orchestra had drifted 'I bury .667; Stanley .540; C. Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for

realized that school was over. Sum Into "Good Night Ladles Edwin' TWIN BILL; RED SOX DOWN I Sands .500; Koehler. .400; 11.: ( JOVE it. I'
mer bad been Just another vacation, said softly "Would you like to setout DETROIT TIGERS I I Lopez. .500; Archer. .400; P.! The Administration from
just as all the summers before this before the crush starts?" I White; .!88. Most times at bat won FOR KENT

had been racatlons; but this was OrdinarilY she rather liked 1 ____ ,j Stanley 24. Most runs scored! the Bayview Park boys yesterdayby I i iI s a t y/
I a oversize score of 10 to 1.
September-the first September she trashes and tailing goodbye; but !I A. Demeritt and Stanley, seven I FOR RENT- -room furnished
could temember when there was tonight there was too much of farewell i prlal < The Citizen '! each. Most hits, Stanley 13.i Gene Roberts pitched the full apartment. Laundry tubs and j,
: :NEW: YORK 18. Tha' for the office '
Sept. while the
nothing definite ahead of her. game boys
_In the goodbye. She ,; Most': two-bane hits, Stanley, five;r: I garage./; 514 Margaret street. ,I
Frances Felton had advocated a and slipped away to find M Sodded'j Chicago Cubs won their fourteenth:' Nadine three. Most three-base I I Stars used three pitchers. I Phone 152-)!. septlStf 1 i

-year of play. "You're been away They were silent daring hits Ackerman. two. Most home,! At bat Domenech and Lopez! I

from us most of four years and home but then she and Edwin were I straight victory yesterday. and pun; Powell two. Stolen bases i, hit three safely. Navarro and H.i TWO'AND FIVE ROOM FURN-I!

your father has counted tIC on baring silent oftener now.When there was 1 Sacrifice hits. }t Sands hit two safely. : ISHED APARTMENT. Con-'
you at home" she had said nothing but surface subjects to discuss .1 thereby tied the season'* consecutive Ortega Nodine/; three. Pitching record, !j I f i! In the field. II. Sands and Val- veniences. porches.: 519 Eliza-* ) '

subtly, realizing that Jeffrey's loneliness you eventually exhausted them, ; ,des for the Stars and Xavarro. : bath street.; Apply 523 South- d ; 7ttia1.t ;
winning record, wh'ch was C. Stcikney. won two and lost :i ( 1M. )ssfll 1R1
was her trump card. and Edwin had never yet lost h1afear j Wickers and Goss for the office ard street. sept 14 !
I none F. Stickney won three and
"And besides I think yon really of abstract or Intimate topicswYy set by the World Champion St. ; I J I crew were the outstanding play-: I
lost one; .Ortegal won four and :| I,
s I
Louis Cardinals a while back. The I lost three; Lowe, won one and lost ,i t
I i Score by inning R. II. E. Box. Archie
I ; /: : Electric Ice Thompson -
<< ; and lost
one Roberts von one
Cubs defeated the New York' one;.Russell, one and lost j}!I Stars ..-.... 000 001 0_ 167Admin. 1001 Eaton street. Phone.
I -.. 100. 603 .x--10 9 .3. 879J. sept4-lmox;
Malgrat lost t'w&f | J
acne Tyneslost
I Giants 5 to 3, and increased their: ; I Batteries! 'T- uel!. Lowe, Russell' ,
three; BlackweH. bit one;; I
( and Lowe, Gonzalez E. Roberts, FOR SALE
'lead in the National League pennant Rodriguez, lost one. ; I It3lt i iisi f
and Raeda. ; f f !
I II I CHEAP R. S. Howard
race over the Giants bfive;! FOR SALE
lk AAr t I. '| In the Senior League the lead- The lake formed: by the cons- Piano. Apply Gaiti's Barber

and a half games and are also ing hitters seat W Cates; .571; truction qf,Norris Dam Tenn.,. Shop. sept4-Ct ,. .

Sterling. .590)) Machin .444; Al- will have an 800-mile ,shoreline. ..r .. _
two and a half games ahead of : PRINTING-Quality Printing at ,
bury. .416; Alfonso, .400; McCarthy I
r tN'ry the Cardinals. .360; P. Castro, .352; In. Despite severe Japanese compe- the Lowest Prices. The Art-

y yrIf 'i graham/ .333; P. Gonzalez, .333;i l I tition American radio receiving; I man Press. aug7

:Manager Jimmie Dykes double Curi Garcia. .333; Sweeting, .333;j j jI [ sets have been able to maintain a i 4

scored the winning run and broke ;j I Ward .333; R. Gonzalez .300; I|I strong position in the Manchurian TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
II up a pitching battle between j I II II | Hale. .300. Most times at bat: market. I sheets 75c. The Artman Press

I Monte Stratton and Carl Fischer!' McCarthy 28.. Most runs! scored, ug7 ,

of the White Sox and Earl White- I McCarthy nine. Most hits. Ster-I I 3"I.ArAT.I".I'' r SECOND two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
Mil of the Senators as Chicago ;; ling 12, McCarthy 11. Most two- TO SHEETS-500 for 50c.f

I defeated Washington 3 to 1 in a';;1 base hits. Baker four; Barecol.,r. SUBSCRIBERS- The Artman Press. ug7. street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view. .

14-inning battle. I I three. Three-base hit, Jones!, If you do act receive; your i I of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
The Cleveland" Indians were | one. Stolen bases, P. Gonzalez ROOMS Ir iI
paper by 6:15 o'clock in the I For price and terms apply to
landed a 5 to 3 win over the last.I and Hale, three each. Struck
afternoon, call telephone 51
place Athletics chiefly by the out Barcelo and Bethel six each. "THE MUNRO" Rooms unexcelled -
and a paper will be seat te !
wildness of Rookie Pitcher Vallie Bases on balls. Higgs P. Gonzalez I in price and location,] L, P. ARTMAN
your kern. A complaint boy ,
Eaves P. Castro McCarthy and R. I I running water. 128 N. E. 4th J I
M oa duty at tkU office fro.
The Phillies took two games from Gonzalez, four each. Pitching j I. street, Miami, FJa. aug26-lmox: i The Citizen Office
6:15 to 7:15 .. for the I
the Cincinnati Reds by one-run record C. Gates and A. Lunn. p. I
purpose of delivering complaint PIANO TUNING
margins.A each won two and lost none or
; ,
.. Help .t give 100
B.j yon I .
Lazzeri Roberts, and lost I
pinch single by Tony j won one ;
percent service by calac 51 Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
in the ninth inning drove in Red]C. Garcia, won one and lost two; 'PIANO TUNER, Laureano
Jock Gushing cut in, grinning amiably if yea do not receive The Citi- sale
Excellent piano for
Rolfe and gave the New York Walker won one and lost one; C. I I :

need a vacation. Graduating from'1 A T the doorway he stopped the i Yankees a 4 to 3 decision overt( Castro, won one and lost one; C. xea. I cheap. 1018 Division street.

Ardmore Is a very severe mental motor and laid his hand gently : the St. Louis Browns Lunn, lost one; Ward won one 1.1.I"'I' r aug26-lmox teeeeeee.eoeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeoeeFIRMS >

and physical strain." upon her arm. "Is It-too late to- : A five-run lead set up in the and lost three.iLEAGUE -- -- -- ---- ----- ----- ---
To Frances It would 'probably talk a few minutes first inning cinched things for the I

have been a severe strain but The tone betrayed him. It was Pittsburgh Pirates and provideda

Frances was not twenty-one and husky with emotion and nervousness 6 to 4 victory over the Boston! STANDINGS

eagen Frances was forty-six and ,and Emily guessed with a sink- Braves. : -.

.above all cautions. Ing heart what was coming. She
The St. Louis Cardinals fight %.. \
She also determined longed to him but the .
was that put off thing
ing to overtake the fast traveling AMERICAN LEAGUE
Emily should never become "strong- had hong suspended so long above I
Cubs in the National League flag dub- W. L. Pct.
minded" the who her bead that there would be :
as girls went a cer
(chase called on the Dean brothers Detroit .. .. ... 90 50 .643
-- -- --
Into the newer vocations invariablywere Lain relief In having It fall. She said I.
as relief pitchers again yesterday,I New York _.._.._..._ 81 58 .583
; never realizing how complete quietly: I'
but only Paul came through as the Cleveland __.._..__._.. 73 69 .514
ly out-worn the term had become. I don't think so.-
And partly because Emily! had lIe cleared his throat and she world champions split a double. Boston ._.....___..__ 72 71 .50J Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

no counter proposition to make wanted to laugh hysterically. It was header with the Brooklyn Dodgersand Chicago __....__._..__ 70 70 .500' I

Frances had won her point. You like Edwin to make a formal pro- dropped two and one-half Washington ..._.._. 61 80 .433'I

couldn't put "p a very stiff resist- posal; if there had been room he games back of the cirenit leaders. St. Louis nhm.m._ 59 81421

ance to a thing when there was nothing might even have gone down on his Wesley Fen-ell who has won Philadelphia ._._..... 65 82 .401 j

you wanted very badly to do In knees to her! more games than any other pitcher I ROSESFLORAL
Star American CoffeeYou'll
Its stead. "I wanted to-ask you to marry in the American League hurled NATIONAL LEAGUE JOHN C. PARK TIFT'SCASH

"A year of pia)." It sounded entrancing me." he began haltingly. "Yon must his twenty-fourth victory of the Club- W. I. Pct 1

but now did you go aboutit hare known I lore yon; that I've reason! and by his 5-4 victory, Chicago r.T...-'''-__. 93 52 .641'; find out how PIECES A

? With Edwin! Or with the youths loved you ever since we were chi} brought the Boston Red Sox up St. Louis .__mn______x89 53 .627 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try GROCERY

who were at this moment shouting dren. Before this I wasn't In any on even terms with the Champion New York --...-.--.. 84 54 .609 the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY

the belligerent words of the Washington position to tell you but-now I am. Detroit Tigers for the series, each I I Pittsburgh ___.___ 82 63 .566 1101 Division Street

and Lee Swing! "I'm making three hundred and having one game. I Cincinnati ___ 64 82 .438 I PLUMBINGTJURO LARGO, Ib 18c;

She had grown up with these fifty dollars a month and we-could The summaries follow: I Brooklyn __.____.__._ 62 78 .443 PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
boys; had n'them recentlyemerge live comfortably on that. If ,.ou- AMERICAN LEAGUEAt I Philadelphia ...+..... 60 81 .426 V. & S., Ib 15c.

from the awkward stages of could love me enough to marry me Boston RK&I. Boston ......,.._._.._ 34 105 .234 r
adolescence and whatever charms I Roasted in West Staple and Fancy
: I'd be the happiest man on earth. Detroit ._....._......_.._.___. 4 10 1. I' Key by SOUTH FLORIDA

they might possess were blurred by He stopped abruptly and waited. Boston __._...___ __...._.. 5 12 0, Parmelee and Mancnso; French PUMPS GroceriesPLUMBING
familiarity. Just as her own charms
were probably blurred for them. Suddenly to her Infinite.disgust, Batteries: Auker and Cochrane;' and Hartnett. SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

That, she decided was why so she began to cry. She didn't want Walberg and R. FerrrfL : ] 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
Edwin to love her like that becauseit First Game

many people marriages from different were made towns between: the gave him such a hold on her. You At New York R. H. E. At Cincinnati R. II. E. PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits Vegetables

snub-nosed boy you'd played with couldn't help feeling a certain pity St. Louis m____"'_'_.___" 391 Philadelphia _.13 7 0 I

was Invested, away from home. with and tenderness for.a man whose devotion New York __.___...._ 4 10 ,0 Cincinnati ...,... ...-:,- 271

the glamor of strangeness and mystery. .. had been enduring and sowholehearted Batteries: Gladwell and Hems- Batteries: Davis and Wilson;! SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

even'while you knew ley; Gomez and Glenn.At Schott and Lombadi. -READINSURANCE
Jock Cashing cut In. grinning that you didn't return it and probably Jewf'>ti 2 IU. 35eYellowUil i

amiably. "What's your program; for never would. Philadelphia R. II. E. Sensed! Game I Steak, 2 ILo. 35e THE KEY WEST a

Ube year Bachelor of Arts" Ills distress was Intense.-EmUy! Cleveland .__..___.______._. 5 11 1 At Cincinnati R. II. E. I
She sighed. "I wish 1 knew. he begged laying an arm gently Philadelphia _...___m__.__.._. 391 Philadelphia _..._._.__ m_._. 1 7 0 I Yellowtail oa Borne, Z Ib*. 25e Office: 319 Duval.Street Ri
Bridge. I suppose and the Woman's about her sbonWers. "Please don't. 1won't Batteries: Jli1der rand and Cincinnati __-..__ 060 I Grouper, 2. I1>*. 25 SUNDAY STAR

Club. Or maybe a troop of girl : to know.hurry you; I Just wanted you Brenzel; Wilshire and Richards.At Batteries: Babin and Wilson;I Snapper, Z lb.. ______ 25eM.tto.

scouts. I Herrmann and Lombardi. TELEPHONE NO. 1 .
F'mL 2 IU. 25 -
She managed a shaky smile and I -
He frowned. "It sounds bad. But
the Washington R. H. E. Subscription $Z Per Year
arm tightened !
then you might be teaching school! very slightly ...__ 310 0 I FRESH SHRIMP
about her shoulders. In a moment Chicago mm.m.m-*- Try Tow MoaU At
and nothing could be worse than' If:she didn't speak, he would be kissing Washington _..__..._____.... 181 Large Select Oy ter. Key West's Only Sunday -THE-
that. and
Bridge girl scouts
'' may: her reverently and she didn't Batteries: Stratton Fischer and Fresh Crab Meat in fi cn 65c Paper Delmoiuco RcxtataaatBwiwoMor t
help yon to live down at Ardmore
want to be kissed Sewell Whitehill and Bolton. DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY i
reverently.She ;
diploma but if you begin to teach : i Business Office Citizen Boor lie
wanted when the
you're lost. I time came, RUSSELL'SCIGAR
Ii i to be smothered as David had smothered NATIONAL LEAGUE I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Co-no Diem, ...__

laughed ruefully, thinking! her. But this was certainly not First Came COe, TSc. .. Ue
SHE PHONE 151 PHONE 51 --,--- -
the right time.IC'OIlJlf"9At. .
Charlotte for different reasons At St. Louis R. H. E. I

had said the same thing. "But' 1)S, !I. Marian aims) Brooklyn .......___._______._ 280 STORE

what'i the use In getting a diplomaif \ I'' r\ St. Louis ....___m__..__.._..... 490 I
you have to live it down" tAtnorrflwr..ITn! timid Edwin hi* an. Batteries: Babich and Lopez; : AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation U WrapPRITCHARD

I Haines p. Dean and Delancey. f 536 FlemUr Street JENNIE B E.DEBOERNOTARY
-- - ----- --
I ped in every package:

SWIFT TRIP' FROM ;. 'bal te the M ,Port of Niigata on the'Sea 1 5.1 C.- Daily Baseball Returns !i FUNERAL HOME
k Japan' to five hours. At St. Louis R. II. E. of

TOKYO IS PLANNED 1 Brooklyn ._mu.....______ 8 13 0 By Fire T>w
The.Jogt .from Niigata to the I Wateb a -
< Ile
Dignified Sy.patb
I St. Louis __..._._ 7 15 0 PRINTINGDONE
port of Rashin in Korea would j 1 Doctor
4lat. Pre-., Batteries: Earnshaw and Lopez; ---o- Coart..J'
ter make the trip in 24 hours insteadof HaUahan J. Dean and Delancey.At BY US
TOKYO. Sept. 18.-Tokyo the two days at present le- I PUBLIC

Hsinking. capital of Manchouqao quired. This would be accomplished Pittsburgh R. IL E. RESULTS OF THE WATCHMAKER. JEWELER -THI LICENSED 2HBAL1CESARTMAN

by placing 28-knot:; vera ls' Boston ..m_...__ 480 MAJOR BASEBALL ; AND ENGRAVER
are to be put within 36 hours of on the run. I j Pittsburgh ____ 6 .s-- s-c.. I -
See Him Tour Next WorkALL PRESS
each other by rail and boat if the From Rashin on into the capi--! Batteries: Brandt and Spohrer; -0- t For

plans of the ministry of railwaysand tal of Manchoukuo the S. M. R. Weaves and Grace. PRICES .REDUCED ATTENDANT .
Citizen Bid
the South Manchuria Rail- would use Diesel-engined 'electric I Hoons 9 to 12-1 to a r. Citizen Office
trains capable of covering the 420 At Chicago R. IL X. SOFT DRINKS, PHONE 5 1 -

way materialize. miles in seven hours. New York ,., ..4 ..... ETC Open Saturday Nig-ls Pte.. sa N.stoop

These plans contemplate reducing Chicago ___ -. ., 5" 7 1 .- I .

e the rail trip from Japan's capi- Subscribe to The Citizen. Batteries:- s Schumacher Stout

e. 1 I

------ ---
--- - -

PAGE FOUR 'rn% .L; ;.-::._= :=_=:: _: : ; __ -- :; :::_




.........................................A******* -


:::4s<''f' 'i, -i-- ".


The first regular meeting of,,was given by Mrs. M. I E. Berko- t I -

She season of the Key West High I witz. Minutes of the last regular I I
meeting held last year were readY .f. But one case was disposed of in I : a dozen vacationists are Lighthouse Tender Ivy .u at

School Parent-Teacher Association the secretary Mrs.' Hildah R.Salis .t "criminal court this morning This. i spending todav in Key .Weft. Port Everglades tfpUcirfg. .buoys
was held in the school auditorium, Treasurer's '
report was was the case of Oscar Fraga, the S. S. La Ceiba of'the Standard -.,,antf attending' to other matters
with Mr., d Mrs. II. S. Dexter and 1.
yesterday afternoon by
I charged selling liquor with- I Fruit and Steamship j Gon lti atM&at of
j <)wary port. Report
Enrique Henrique presiding. j I ffi' m rftpesentatives; for the pres- lout a license and also that the pany lays over until tomorrowjpiorning1 L displacement of
; ; certain aids was:
The meeting was opened wrth years appointed by the presi-: 5 mss liquor did not carry the required ;; when she will H'et-art for delayed and

the Lord's Prayer which was fOI-1 Ent.After I[I excise stamp. The?jury could not i Frontera, Mexico. It --t.t- .-. i. !were as soon as received
lowed by the reading of the { the adjournment of the i I I promptly responded to
The it7 .36
t any, """' agret. I ship arrived 6"c19cll r I Tender
'! ,, I I'oppy w inthe
sociation's by-laws by Charles bosinesj neetmg those present enjoyed" I
__ This case is the result of investigations this morning. The V sitor'sbad
vicinity of
Ketchum, who also made an interesting J social hour at which time I anu
'M I ti made by two officersof :,teen greeted earlier at the__bar i Marco where some slight damage
talk. delicious refreshments were serv- the State Beverage departmentwho by l H. Stewart Leonard director I was reported. '

A reading entitled "S.fety'rGarden ed. came to Key 1Vest unan-I of public relations with the Key Tender Poinciana is still in
nounced nad purchased West Administration
-- ---
Tampa Bay where she has been
I at least two places which, it is alleged This morning the visitors saw
. for several weeks. From there the
Clab To Musical Program did not have the proper l many of the places of interest in
license. In only Fraga's Key West and their vessel will proceed to Boca Ciega
Hold Meeting Tomorrow Night t case was are continuing
I I for a number of tasks in thab see-
I, absence of the excise stamp sightseeing tour this afternoon. I
r tion.
charged. Those in the party are Miss
.Members of the Key West Garden excellent musical I .
.dry programhas Superintendent W W. Demeritt
The jury trying the case and Margaret Smith, Miss Anna Lynch,
Club are being notified of.I been arranged by the ladies which failed to agree with compos- Miss Beatrice Keely, Miss Cath- I is planning to replace a number of

the first; regular meeting for the I. of the Ley Memorial Church to I' posed of Harold E. Russell Fabio erine Keely, Miss Anna King Miss I wooden structures now in u-e w:th

month of September to be held,I" be presented at the church tomorrow I Ohvien, Cleveland Miles Harold Siefert, :Miss E. J. Rosenfeld Miss i iron structures.
4 45 o'clock tomorrow afternoonat D. Albury, Eugene Fabal and Ed- Erna Ribner Miss Belle Halpern.
the Baptist Pastorium on Eaton evtmng, beginning at 8 Retail Buyers Front All die C. Thompson. and William J. Honan I At
street. II o'clock.It It ,was o-dered bv the court the first i
Mrs. Wm. II. Malone, president is expected that there will'!) be Walks of Life Attractedby I that the case be set for trial at
of the club, is especially desirousof !, a large number in attendance to 104 SNIFFLE.
the next t
!'I DrhcanaysDETROIT term of court in November .
of the the evening's
having every member enjoy program. .
organization present at this meet- I Quick!-the unique

Jog as there are a number of very i and plans for the immediate (Special)-As though w alotaDS I : aid for preventing
important matters to be discussed I[I future to be made. drawn by some invisible magnet CUBA BRINGS IN 6;; colds. Especially de.
tall Texans in boots, Southampton Signed for nose and
society misses and sun-scorched BILIOUSNESSPALACE upper throat where
I '." "y 103 most colds ttartVlCKSVATROHOL.
HYGIENE plainsmen from Kansas and the Dakotas PASSENGERSFRUIT
ARRANGING FOR HOME meet and mingle at the automobile :t$'.: t ;
factories here during the vacation .
months. ::0j! / ,; ,."'!' 30c doubt quantity S0

AMATEUR NIGHT CLASS FORMED The magnet that attracts this complete was STEAMER CEIBA AR- Johnny !Mack Brown in

American cross-section life is the of retail 20th customer Century Upper left-A view of the driveaway from which several thousand ears RIMED THIS MORNING I BRANDED A COWARD i FAST FREIGHT SERVICE

BAYVIEW PARK CONDUCTED UNDER driveaway. Trade authorities estimate -I are driven during each summer month. Upper right-Many bring their FROM PHILADELPHIA Serial and Comedy I ..
BEING pets along.Lower-A who has J
Plymouth purchaser traveled miles.
conservatively that at least many ,Matinee 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-15c 1 1l l
AUSPICES OF FLORIDA 5,000 motorists from all walks of life I i, NEW YORK
PROGRAM TO BE RENDEREDON come here every month during the the retail buyers. The new car service roads back to their homes, what to I
ERA CLINIC Summer to take personal delivery department where every car is do with their pets while they are going Steamship; Cuba, of the P. andO :- II I
THURSDAY EVENING of their new cars, purchased given special servicing before it Is through the factory whether S. S. company arrived this KEY WESTCOLONIAL !and BOSTON
through their home dealers. turned over. to the customer has they have any mail. Officials supervising morning from Tampa with 92 first
UNDER DIRECTION OF KEY Classes in home hygiene and Customer driveaways have In- been increased in size. the driveaways answer tall of class passengers and three second HOTELIn 't From K.y W..t .lt__U Fridays

creased materially this Summer with Arrangements for the driveaways these Inquiries and countless othersas class for Havana three first and''' ; From New York alteraaU Tuesdays
WEST ADMINISTRATIONUnder the Center of the Business -
care of the sick' have been startedby generally improved business condi- are made in advance through the part of their daTa work. They five second' class passengers for:; I
the Florida ERA clinic. The tions throughout the country. The dealers BO that the customers can have established a postal service to Key West I and Theater District

classes will be held on Mondayand driveaway waiting room at one large obtain delivery within a short time handle the mass of mail arriving The vessel also brought 22 tons' I From BottOM alternate Saturdays
the sponsorship of the factory the Plymouth plant resem- after they call at the factory. As daily to be held for the driveaway of freight for Key West' and one First C1asRr.prl_ 1Ai..* NEW ORLEANS t. KEY
Key West Administration an ama- Thursday afternoons from 3 bles the transfer station of a trans- most of the travelers want to see motorists. ton for Havana; 30 sacks of mail'| S..iltl. RaU I l .\*......*...T.. Anlv.I .
to 4 o'clock at the clinic in the continental railway with hundredsof how their cars are made,the depart- Adventure Abounds I K.F.C -- day rdtwi.a.
and eight sacks of mat-
teur night will be pre-' parcel post
program former naval hospital on United travelers arriving and departing ment provides special trips throughthe The driveaway waiting room ter for Havana !i( COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i CLYDEMALLORYfitte
sented in Bayview Park at 7:30 street. on timetable schedules. factory to accommodate them. teems with romance and adventure. 'I iI
Steamship La 'Ceiba. of the -
p. m. Thursday. The following I There is still room for othersin I' Driveaways Popular The driveaway customers come Strangers meet form hurried friendships Standard Fruit and Steamship I Carat Elevator i r:. MITK.. A..t.K.r *
here from
state in the Union.
program will" be rendered: these classes, which are interesting every and part for distant destina company arrived this morning Popular Price 1. West ________
Officials In charge assert that They arrive, bag and baggage, from tions.Others strike up acquaintancesand
Song "Music in My Heart" and practical it is stated. with 10 from .
4.000 motorists drove new Plym- Hollywood studios Washington lum- discover they are from neigh- passengers Philadeljj L. .
Helen Curry. I Persons desiring enroll may I ouths home from the factory during ber mills. Florida cane brakes and boring cities. Quite naturally they phia, consigned to the Porter Dock |1 1i - -- ------ -

Song. "I'm Going Shopping ,telephone to the clinic, 467 or at- the first six months this year. They New England hamlets, all seekingthe plan their driveaways home. to- company The vessel will remain .I'.I' .I'.II.IIIIII.I
With You"-Buddy Russell 1 tend(: the Thursday; class. declare that the retail customer same thing-a new car already gether. -- until tomorrow morning 8 o'clock ;{

Song, "How Am I Doing"- driveaways have climbed to an ordered and paid for. The passing Famous and prominent motorists when :she will sail! for Frontera,
Dons Roberts. Lake Tana in Ethiopia is 47 average of 1,500 units monthly this panorama presents a colorful, moving -call for their cars at the plant along Mexico.BurnsteadsWonnSyrup. I
Dance-Thelma Carey. miles long by 44 wide and covers Summer as more and more tourists pageant. Some of the customers with average American families.The r+ "Make Your

Song. "The Little Things You approximately 1,100 square miles. and vacationists take advantage of bring their pets-dogs, cats and driveaway workers meet political Paper. Pay
the opportunity to pick up their own even canaries. dignitaries business leaders and occasionally :
Used To Do"-Mary Curry. ........................ cars at the factory. I The travelers ask every conceive a Hollywood movie star. j
Song. "In Love All Over Agani", With this increased business the 'able kind of question. They want to Sometimes they are called upon to "is.. .hJld.- s. ....... st tare," trb.r.dh 1 1i: '
-Phylis Espinola.RecitationEdith. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS o4i.. are ,. ... .... I" NLVLRrAILN. ; i You Dividends!
Plymouth factory has enlarged the ,know all about their cars how to get help honeymooners starting their 11self..earciis sad _
Russell.Song department setup to take care of out of the city. the condition of the life together In a new car. "......t....f I SANTONIN- t..t.. n cOTtaiM*..... .ncywbws fall .a- --
"Little :Miss Key West"Ruth ft br MtLTJTk b..11.. I'I
-- ------ -- ----
: Roberts, ----- ti*. C. A. \'..uihi.ij. U.3. 1'I IM.a... .s
-Piano duet-Bob Pinder and 1........................1 ginger Neff of the state road department -I I In Roman times the favorite I

who was spending a form of table tripod SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS !
Gus Ayala. CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER PERSONAL 1 was Money Saving Prices
Song duet "Always Together"Buddy 12. 1935 MENTION i vacation with relatives in St. --

Russell and Dons Rob- ''........................ .......................o ;'Petersburg I ; returned on the Cuba Fiery.SmartinjCHAFED PERMANENT WAVES '

erts.Tap dince-Ellan Mae Whar- For MayorDR. Nestor Valdez who was spending -,1 1 today.Grace George the actress, at- SKIN Two for Permanents_,_.___.. $5.00 j :I Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers SIS
a while with relatives in
ton. H. C. GALEY
Song, "La Cucaracha"-Olga .1 Tampa, returned this! morning. tributes the recovery of her healthto It is easy to IT- Better Waves $5.00 and np I closely for special savings on your S
her acting in the Broadway lies this former MRS. MILLER i
; household necessities. Make
Ramoa For CouncilmanDR. I I !' play "Kind Lady." aDd restore comfort t Ocean View, Apt. 1 Ph... 574-J your paper pay you S
Miss Elizabeth Garcia returned I
Acrobatic act Stan- dividends. The in the
-Shirley !
ARMANDO COBO I to the irritated skin most interesting news
the Cuba this j i
I I on morning
eLSong from a vacation spent' with relatives -: MONROE THEATERSally with soothing ReaiDoLhs ,ii i t paper today is the advertising where you can
"Never Say Never Again"Anthony action is
For Police Justice !! quick,
Lones.RecitationCapt.. in Tampa. l I j Eilers in aDd it is safe for i save many dollars on the family budget by
Arthur Sheppard T. S. CARO i ALIAS MARY DOW kDdern' patronizing those merchants who advertise their

I I :Mrs. H. Starling was an arrival Richard Dix in TYPEWRITINGPAPER
Song and dance. "The Words For Captain of Police thismorning on the S. S. Cuba for' .THEARIZONIANatioc skins.rr11 goods.

Are In My Heart"-Mario So- ALBERTO CAMEROFor a visit with her parents, :Mr. and; .i Balcony, JOc; Orck.- { S

lano. Mrs Thomas Skelton, and other teal 15-20c; Night: 15-25c I Id THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST S
Piano and mandolin selection Captain of Police I relatives I .
M.! Morma\ and daughter. ROBERT J. LEWIS i

Song "Quarter To Nine"Deloris "Bobby" Mrs E. R. Neff, wife of En-!I 75c S BODY'S PURSE.
Gray. II i I Iii '
I t'! i
Song Cuban t'election--John --'-- -- --- I I

Bennett. AS ADVERTISED FRIDAY NIGHTS Package of 500 Sheet A merchant who advertises his prices

Song, "College Rhythm"-Helen ox Tai charged a customer 20 cents for an article: that a ,

Bob Sands.Pinder will* be the piano BEATRICE LILLIE RADIO SHOW nc"0q fit b. 1 i i1i931 GOOD QUALITY BOND non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.

accompanist fot all vocal numbers NBC NEW YORK CITY PAPER Why this big difference? S

'Zfcn&ttX Irradiated Milk ICE
-- Evaporated ............, -.J USE
-THE- By patronizing the merchants who present.
their prices frankly and openly each week you
'i l lI
-- --- I


THEN MY FIGURE BEGAN TO FBI) OUT I I ICE REFRIGERATORS Fk I 51 Blake your paper pay you dividend; J


I HAVE NO TROUBLE GETTING BOY nvi a 10111 f'jTO I Made of all metal-equipped ,
I I "
1 L ._ .
!i --- ----

IT TASTES GOOO.I I qffeddii2 i a i Economical 1----
j tt 100 Per Cent Refrigeration i p*

GI Get Tour ? I Satisfaction I 1 L j !I befloe..dwinlledI

M>OL Today at '' TTERY soon each of our t II i ft fit
Priced at || ] I .
: Oriental y friends will be receiving an ; /
invitation to our Wedding;and Ji $30and$35 If .

w \\\"ee""III/ II we want it to be the best looking imitation we cm get." i T. set-tto on'cnu! D... 100% Par Ptlk.'
\ sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE twmnnI

SPEND I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS leek. for Divi* '100% Pore Punt hat*C fttn:Been JWI
I .
Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the' -
FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S .c.w.y i.tiatel Vt never lupliutcj.Dtvi : ::::..
YOURV4CATIIN1 I cry finest; and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect our I t this Label Iso% Pore Punt confoTM 7 with =====

I 'remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations (' ICE CO. IJV( i i all pert punt Law sod i* bc only pttftt S;.:: :::.;-
p5p that ornca a fmanatc GI pantyte */ --
I and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 19}J. INC. I -
I RAJN* fffah for this ttrmmrtM/ the t nhol J
I Phone No. 8I _

FLDRIDAjprgOU1HEALTH THE ARTMAN RRESS I M.Lw.s.war.wiebuysMN.wMr.factw.r.lw.wrlrt..n.AS MT tri<.. w .....fcy im Bifci..... ..J .oU ihro.k Onkn nlg t**. f
1 /, ta i e g

I __ t. ,{ + BUT EQ. ,, ,_ i G. G. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets!

l IIIIIII'I'\\\\ __ .


t 1

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-12-01setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:subject Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )dc:description b Funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funding Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date September 18, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key WestNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida

xml version 1.0
xml-stylesheet type textxsl href daitss_report_xhtml.xsl
REPORT xsi:schemaLocation 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitss2Report.xsd' xmlns:xsi 'http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance' xmlns 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss'
DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20090414_AAABMD' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00302' INGEST_TIME '2009-04-14T16:06:24-04:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-21T09:27:17-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314461; E20090414_AAABMD' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-21T09:27:58-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1178995' DFID 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHD' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00053.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' c3702f8c25a9e8fd81b54dd33000aad3
'SHA-1' ced1fbf4a4da13a7bc0cc1d63969f96ee687daa2
EVENT '2018-05-21T09:27:30-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'937107' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHE' 'sip-files00053.jpg'
'97121' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHF' 'sip-files00053.QC.jpg'
'9431705' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHG' 'sip-files00053.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'66626' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHH' 'sip-files00053.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'21568' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHI' 'sip-files00053thm.jpg'
'1188162' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHJ' 'sip-files00054.jp2'
'938059' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHK' 'sip-files00054.jpg'
'98415' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHL' 'sip-files00054.QC.jpg'
'9495081' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHM' 'sip-files00054.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'48648' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHN' 'sip-files00054.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22215' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHO' 'sip-files00054thm.jpg'
'1176404' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHP' 'sip-files00055.jp2'
'936389' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHQ' 'sip-files00055.jpg'
'101944' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHR' 'sip-files00055.QC.jpg'
'9411749' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHS' 'sip-files00055.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'48114' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHT' 'sip-files00055.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'23053' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHU' 'sip-files00055thm.jpg'
'1201252' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHV' 'sip-files00056.jp2'
'918439' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHW' 'sip-files00056.jpg'
'98403' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHX' 'sip-files00056.QC.jpg'
'9603077' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHY' 'sip-files00056.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'49092' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMHZ' 'sip-files00056.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22613' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMIA' 'sip-files00056thm.jpg'
'10115' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMIB' 'sip-files1935091801.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
'2018-05-21T09:27:32-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11677' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMIE' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00302.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'11426' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMDfileF20090414_AACMIH' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00302.xml'
xml resolution