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 19, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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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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VOLUME LVI. No. 223.

Year In Prison Leaves Hauptmann URGE BRIDGES' ]Emergency Council Meets And Republican Faction Continues CriticismOf

Pallid, But Still Calm And Stoical TO HONOR LOSING VETS LIVES I Outlines Plans For Combatting Present Administration In Many Ways

.. Movement To Abandon RailroadPlans .
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Period "Of Legal Strife :1".Tork And' Makes HitIn MATTER TO BE PRESENTEDAT -- TWO NEW ROTES l"'IIII'II' Various Things Are Fired

Has Left Him Outwardly AMERICAN LEGION TON- to combat any movementon one trip weekly of ships of the I TRUTH OVERTAKES
I Bulgaria's Palace At "New Dealers" Relative
I and 0. S. S.
VENTION TO BE HELD IN P. company was
Unchanged In Most I the part of the
I tftf *._late4 Pr...) I ST. LOUIS brought before the meeting and To Program CitingEconomy
SOFIA Sept. 19. Boston the Florida East Coast Mr. Porter related the exchange LOCAL CLUB (By A_....* Press)
baked beans has become a Railway to abandon the railroad of telegrams which had taken GLASGOW Sept. 19.- I
favorite dish with King. Boris .I "This i. going; ) to hart me
"Construct the bridges over the place between himself and P. J.
and Queen Giovanna follow extension to Key West were CLARENQE PILOT more than it hurts yo..." said
Saunders, president of the com THOMPSON.
memorial the vet-
JOHN FERRIS highway as a .
By ing recent introduction the an exasperated mother .tBl7tb.
(By AMorlated Press) viand by aa American friend. Tans who lost their lives in the unanimously approved at a meet- pany. ON KEY WEST BAR AND Northumberland a* By HERBERT PLUMMER
Another WWe To Saunders TRENTON, Sept. 19.-Twelvemonths Pork and beans ham and hurricane of September 2, while Councillast he raised her right arm fora
I or : log of. the Emergency It was decided to have Mr. Porter OSWALDO CARRERA. TAK- WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.-
of beans appear frequently on in this work." vigorous whack at her sis
behiad bars seven engaged as chairman of the Emergency
both be night. year-old nnisance. The cry of economy in govern
the palace EN IN TODAY
This idea will be carried: to the Council send to P. J. Saunders -
them with death sentence hang the like. the dish She was right about it. To
a cause king Members of the organizationassembled of the P. and O.
convention of the American Legion president her amazement and that of meat, raised with such frequency
and also because the
jog over his head. have done little to be held in St. Louis, Mo., Steamship company who was tobe her friends, the stuck
who manages the royal beginningSeptember 23. in the room. of the KeyWest in Miami today. the following At the regular luncheon of the arm and gusto by the Democrat in th.
to .oU. tit. riddle that ;. Bruno lean kitchen finds it affected economical theroyal Sponsored by Arthur Sawyer hospitality Club at the call telegram: I Key West Rotary Club held today, there.It still was raised nazi 1932 presidential campaign, apparently
day. having
Post 28, of Key West Legionnaires "At a meeting of the Emergency and which
Richard Hauptmann. He was arrested the was presided over by fashion, when she reached a
ho..hold11 as E. Russell and Fred I of Wm. R. Porter; president of Council in Key West last' evening i i. about to .be dusted off
Melvin I Eddie Strunk in the absence of hospital., where it wa. found
Sept. .19. 1934. peasant's cottage. Dion will attend the conventionas the First National'.'Baak; who with representatives' of every official President Melvin E. Russell who she had dislocated her shoulder. for use again in '36.

A representative of the local I civic and business interest i is out of the city two new members Doctors lowered it, with
has left 'IIIIIII
His year of legal strife post and left on the S. S. Florida -I placed the matter* 'of -'possible, present I was directed to petitionyou I were taken in, who are diHicalty.rlllllllll.. At !least that i i. the intcrpreta

him outwardly unchanged, save ; last night for Miami. for continuance of present I Clarence Thompson, pilot on the
"the 'extension Lion
abandonment of
tome Republican politiciansplace
HEARS OF STORM t They will first contact: the I biweekly steamship connection of Key West Bar and Oswaldo Carrera I

for the minor changes attendant Florida delegation to the conven- unit of th "" 'oad.quarely' before Miami Key West and Havana I connected: with a biscuit I on recent moves of President -

.tion and discuss the proposed both ways. Tampa connections in the capacity of agent. [
on imprisonment. His hair i.clo.ely is AT DISTANT POINT memorial idea which was born in t the ..eetin..d explained; the attitude ) do not represent so 'much to this company These two "Baby" Rotes were RAMOS WILL START Roosevelt and other "..w

shorn today and his fftce the minds of the 13 veterans' who of citizens regarding this city as Miami connections for it I initiated by Bill M alone who gave dealers." They point to several
were marooned in Key West following is through Miami that direct mail t an introductory talk prior to the SERVING SENTENCE

has the pallor of the death house. FORMER KEY WESTER HEARS the storm. I elimination of transportation facilities I and travel connections are mad I initiation and outlined the aims recent happenings as proof:

In this group was Post Adjutant I with the north. Only one sailing and of the organization
But as he awaits the decision of SHIP SAILING of West, which is i I purposes WITHIN \ DAYS 1. Independent agencies setup
NEWS ON Tiller of the veterans' aggregation Key .ore-I i to and from Miami each week of Rotary. after which he pro- J-EW

the court of errors and appeals, FROM CHINA on the Keys who\Iy in need. t would result in great inconvenience ceeded with the ceremonies in- under the "new deal" have
i i heartily agreed with the plan and i I and untold injury. In this I "ident to the occasion. been ordered under the control of

expected next month, he is calm:I suggested that members of Arthur / Following the discussion during I It I time of stress do you not think we Curry Harris gave a brief talk DEFENDANT: CONVICTED DUR. the bureau of the budget.

and as stoical as he was during his I I I Sawyer Post further it. which every angle of the situation I;: are entitled to this consideration? i on "The Constitution" and requested AAA
2. Secretary aad
Passengers on the Steamship I Immediately after the veterans!1 was carefully analyzed and expatiated Even two direct Miami connections each Rotarian to read I Ii ING PRESENT SESSION OF

long trial at Flemington. 'I Chau ont en route from Shanghai left for Camp Foster at Jacksonville | on, a committee was appointed weekly are inadequate but |i the document and familiarize I CRIMINAL COURT; GIVEN 20' have annwiHced that wheat farm

confidence in his China to San Francisco Post Commander John to frame an appeal to the we realize you cannot further increase -t themselves with the contents. I ers will be permitted to plant
Ilauptmann's :
Calif.. were, told of the storm on Pinder in Key West formulated a1 i! state railroad commission and the the same. Therefore we I The following resolutions were ; YEARS IN PENITENTIARYRafael some five million more acres: in

destiny may have been shaken, the Florida Keys in a news item plan for circularizing every state:' governor to have an attorney earnestly request continuance" ol read by the secretary and adopted I wheat.
'I organization and by this time all present in United State court your present schedule. I by the club I I
that night of February 13 when in the "Morning Breeze the vest posts have been made acquaintedwith I I when the report of the receivers, To Confer In MiamiIn "On September 2nd. 1935, the Ramos will within few 3. Announcement by AAA
that there is to be thangr in the
he and t sera newspaper. the idea. !!! W. F. Kenan Jr.. and S. M. Loft-I support of the telegram Florida Keys from Marathon to : a
heard a jury eight men A copy of the "Morning Breeze"was While this was being done it::; in, of: the F. .E. C. R'y. company: i ii Jack: Golden. manager of the j Key Largo, was visited by one of days begin tot acre a sentence of 1 cornbog program, curtailing those

four women utter their conviction: 'I received by Mr. and Mrs. J. was proposed to send representatives i I is presented. I II Hotel Colonial; B. C. Papy, rep J the most destructive storms in the crops if the farmers desire it.
state penitentiary
20 in i 4. The atateMeM ef President
I resentative from Monroe county;: years
to the convention with but Made Previous Efforts the history of the state resultingin
son-in-law and
of his guilt in the Lindbergh kid- G. Piodela whose I I II Roosevelt's at Hyde Park that the
one mission to get the conventionto I While nothing deinite has been i ii i Fred Dion. representing lare realty the death of hundreds of relatives imposed by Judge J. Vining Harris
I I I Mr. and Mrs. George T. of Ute has
daughter, "peak diyiaaiinn"
nap-slaying, and heard himself ,discuss the proposed memorial,i i learned as to the attitude of tne i iI interests; K. O. Thompson. sheriff -! friends and war veterans.
I Hyland were passengers on the bridges and incorporate the idea I I receivers of the road. !it was said of Monroe. and Melvin Russell "The people of Key West were at the, -current term of criminal:, passed. .

sentenced to death. But be quickly -, ship returning to the states.Mrs. ,as one of those to be presented to'! the assumption that they will endeavor -:I' superintendent of public in"lruction I stunned by the terrible reports of ; mt.- Favorite C. O. P. fle.n.A14UToT.1.ltlWie.

recovered _r .: Hyland was before mar-j the... Washington administration,I to secure a court to ce-asei' of Monroe, who left on the eataslrophy, but responded "
riage Miss Isabelle Piodela and at the close of. the-convention.: I operation of that section of the i the Steamship Florida last night,t quickly and efficiently to the calls Ramos was con'vkted'Tuesday have been criticizing the present

Called Ideal Prisoner I road from the mainland to Key were requested to form a body, for assistance from the stricken by a jury on a charge of assault administration for governmental
with her husband has been for the j J JI
West, is based upon previous tf-", meet Mr. Saunders in Miami this [ expenditures and the increased
His jailers say he is an ideal area. and battery with intent to commit -
I past two years in Asiatic waters TULLIS' CASE I forts of the road toward the morning and present the situation ; "The Rotary Club of Key West, public debt. It baa been the favorite -
prisoner. lIe asks no favors and I I I murder in the first degree.
stationed. of
.where Mr. Hyland was ) same end. to him as representatives at its first meeting recognized theme of RepresentativeSnell

he expects none. One prison of-! HEARD TODAYCRIMINAL It was also unanimously agree:! I the people of Key West and the the great general sorrow that Directly after the verdict, sentence of New York, G. O. P. house

ficial tbjnks his behavior may be MAJOR ALBURY 1 that the Emergency Council be: i Emergency Council. I hung over our city like a pall was passed to date from the floor leader. Senator Dickinsonof
traced to his war-time training in empowered to obtain the moat Mr. Porter told The Citizen the voted unanimously that the president i1 day on which Ramos is deliveredto Iowa rarely miaaea the oppor-

the German army. capable railroad council to present council: had been formed to attend I j appoint a committee to draw authorities.A tunity to .harp on. the "expenditures -
He talks quietly to his guardsand GOES TO MIAMI: COURT TAKES RE- the case. of the State of Flora to any and all matters which 1[up appropriate resolutions of the prison and waste" under the "new

to Col. Mark O. Kimberling, j CESS UNTIL TOMORROW ida and the City of Key West if concerned the city in general and sympathy to be extended to all former eonvH-ion on a chargeof deal" and to warn about the prospects -

the warden. lie has professed: -- 1 1'I it was deemed expedient and necessary in particular those which affected who suffered the loss of relatives breskinz: and entering for I of additional taxation.

his innocence many times. OFFICERS' MORNING to handle this matter. mail deliveries and transportation I because of the utorm. which he was sentenced to fin Other critics of the administration -
Physically he is probably as fit' I The proposed elimination of facilities. "Therefore be it reseolved by years in the penitentiary, was point to the! fact that in 1932

as he was that September day a'I I IN INQUIRY: RELATIVE -- ----.-.- ----- ![ the Rotary Club of Key West educed at the tria' and used in the I the Democrat made great sport
year ago when he was halted and. 'sidney Tullis was arraigned in that the members express their of the number of commission
.1 I TO RECENT STORM for con'iction by County -
handcuff on a Bronx street. Ills criminal court this morning on a r- I deep sorrow and extend our sin- argument created by President Hoover and

strong will is accountable for:\ charge of embezzlement. The ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings cere sympathy to all of our peo- Solicitor Allan B. Cleare, Jr. J add that Hoover was a piker compared -

that. Hauptmann perhaps nas 1 prisoner entered a plea of guiry.I [ pie, suffering the loss of loved to Roosevelt ,
never relaxed since he was i im-|, Major William V Albury, 265lh although the complaining witness !; ..nes. and especially to our fellow FLORIDA CARRIES Higher taxes and the high cost
prisoned. j t Regiment. Florida National Guard is reported to have lost his 'ife j" Rotarian who have experienced i of living always make good issue
When he was brought to Flem-', left last night, for Miami pursuantto during the hurricane. That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend ruch: sorrow. for the opposition in a politiral

ington a month after his arresthe i instructions received from Ad. Judge J. Vining Harris aked. i: Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National !! "Be it further resolved that acopy 130 PASSENGERSP. campaign. That the Republicans
Collins at ; be
began losing weight but he I jutant General Vivian the sheriff how long Tullis had of these resolutions presented I will hammer away at them in '36
pith his St. Augustine Fla. advised he'I and International Problems Inseparable 1 to the familiar of the deceased -
kept his mind occupied been in prison and was approaching trial lie read books With two other officers of the had been there O days. The I From Local Welfare. spread upon our minutes" AND O. STEAMER SAILED Ticklish Job

and improved his English. lie also : national guard Colonel Homer W. court sentenced Tullis to 10 days I I j I andpubiisbedin. the local press. The administration will be
Hesterly. 116 Field Artillery and Tne resolutions were prepareund I LAST NIGHT ENROUTE
exercised. and ordered his
116th During the past two. years industry The President'sanswer, which William faced with a ticklish propositionif
Sprakman offered Rotarians i
Major T.. B. thJeriret by ,
This the only case oil I
Exercises ConscientiouslyIn Field Artillery. Tampa will forma for was today i nd court was has grown increasingly I came immediately! 'was. in the R. Warren and Charles E. Smith S TO MIAMI 1: it senwMiy aUempU to reduce

the past seven months, hel board of inquiry to investigate I recessed until tomorrow n: rn1zg afraid of the legislative :future. words of a'n Associated Press dispatch -, and adopted by the club at its the personnel of the many alphabetical -
has exercised conscientiously: conduct of national guardsmen on : As stone after stone in the Administration's I "perhaps his most complete; regular meeting today. The resolutions agencies to brine about

stripping to the waist in his cell.: the Florida Keys following the : 10 I o'clock.MISS 'reform.' structurewas exposition of his1 Administration were attested by Melvin E. There were. 130 passengers sailing more eamolB).

This, along with the visits of his storm. I I I laid business men wondered: and his ideas for the future." The! Russell president, and John C. on the S. S. Florida, of theP. Estimates of the ...-t er placedon

wife. Anna this interest in his M. TREVOR when if ever, it would be com I letter began by saying that theViews. '. Gekeler secretary and O. S. S. emopany .when the government payroll under
eon, Mannfried, in his appeal and: Ii when would be !i the deal" high as
i pleted-and they of "skeptics" and persons the vessel sailed last night for "new run a*
in the autobiography he has been PROGRAM 1 TONIGHT about affairs! I i This doesn't include
TRIP able to go their acquated by a spirit of political. Miami. 170,000 persons. -
writing, have helped him considerably -i. LEAVESJON I without a cloud of new and unknown -I partisanship could be disregarded SIX PERMITSFOR I The ship; arrived yesterday afternoon those in CCC camps, part-

to master his emotionsand AT BAYVIEW\ PARKiI i legal restrictions hanging -something Mr. Howard had I from Havana with 92 first time workers n or the large armyon

keep him from despair. ,I .' over them. The adjournment ol also observed. The President then 1[i BUILDING! class passengers and four second relief perwxiB on relief who

Four men have gone to death I PLANS TO TAKE UP STUDYOF the last Congress was welcomed'I( defended his tax bill on the, I class. One of the latter was for have been given Made-work jobs.

past his _celL Three went one: I by industry of course-but in-(grounds that it was fair and just i --- I I Key West. The giving f lobe always is
night. Hauptmann was unmoved.:: TWENTY-TWO NUMBERS WILL I LIBRARY ADMINISTRA. dustrial leaders faced with a new and was based on the principle of;1 Leaving the vessel carried in t popular. Taking them away especially
lie told them to "pray to God" four months I ISSUED FROM OFFICE OF H. the eve of a national
BE RENDERED AT AMA. TION IN NASHVILLEMiss session: only away. ability to pay. He pointed out that addition to those Miami-bound *n
and shook hands with the condemned -I j had to at once begin speculatingon ; the tax base has been considerably I r M. BAKER BUILDING 'I I who arrived from Cuba, 35 passengers campaign is politically danger
but his face was set. I TEUR PERFORMANCE what was coming next. I broadened in the last five years I I It ( who boarded the ship in ous. Even if she President's insistence

A slight spiritual change is said'! Mary B. Trevor daughterof It was this view that Roy Howard -.and that one reason for not broad-i INSPECTOR Key Wash.Steamship. that the "administra

to have taken place in him. He''i Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Trevor publisher! of the Scripps-How- ening it further mas that con-t La Ceiba of the tions" and "amttsoritiea" be subjected -
reads the Bible and religious iI numbers the ard chain: expressed: in Burners' taxes (so-called invisiblei to the pruning knife of
I, There are 22 on sailed on the S. S. Florida last newspaper I !! There were six permits authorizing -I Standard Fruit and Steamship
books, brought! him by the Rev. program. to be presented 7:30 night en route bo Nashville Tenn... his letter to the President. Mr. taxes representing part of the building and repairs issued company. which arrived 8 o'clock that mereHeM governmental
D. G. Werner of New York, his ) Park Howard said that it is obviously I cost of buys) berthed at 'agency known as the bureau of
o'clock ton ht at Bayview where she will take up the studyof [ everything a person I from the office of Building Inspector yesterday morning and
spiritual adviser. I;; by amateur performers of Key library adminii>tration. true that many sincere and honest :) fall more heavily on the poor than![ Harry 11. Baker during I the Porter dock with 10 pasM Q- the budget tarn out te be noth-

Once Mrs. Hauptmann said i i West Before going to Nashville Miss: business men who once backed the''i the rich. So far as heavier taxes j; the week ending September 19. fen, remained until 8iSO o'clock ing more than a gesture little I

the found her husband weeping.I[ There will be singing and danc- Trevor will stop. at Henderson- President have not only become", corporations are concerned, he t; Activities noted are as follows: this morning, when she sailed' 'tot would be gained.Republican f

His cell walls are plastered with numbers musical solos and I I yule N. O, for a stay at the home f F hostile but frightened. Many ol said that the new bill actually reduces -i Repairs to porch at 502 Mar-, Frontera Mexico. sharpshooters, have
photographs of Mannfried. ring[ and practically every form I of Dr. and Mrs. S. D. W. Light. I these men he continued whose I the taxes on 95 per cent of j caret street. Owner Mrs. R. Lighthouse Tender Ivy,"' which kept and will continue to keep an I

Has Gained 10 Pounds i of entertainment which can be J patriotism and sense of publk corporate enterprises.The Baker; cost, $150. had been engaged in repair and eye on the government payroll

His lawyer, C. Lloyd Fisher,.;i presented by amateurs. I I service will compare with that ol President! answered the demand Repairs to.-porch at 1213 White replacement activitiesaV Port; and failure to note any drrrease I

rays Hauptmann feels no bitterness -I! The affair has been arranged.: CHOICE POULTRY |any men in political: Jife have be- for a breathing spell for industry street. Owner. Mrs. C.' D. Harrington Everglades and Miami, returned!in the number of person thereon i t

towards anyone, save the and will be :sponsored by the Key' i come convinced that the Pn'5iden1fathered' by saying it was here. He ; cost $100. 3:30 o'clock this morning. i only will provide them with far

federal agent. Thomas H. Sisk. West administration. Bob Pin- ROASTING HENS. 4 to 5% ; a tax bill which aims ali ;f asserted that his basic program General repairs at Duval and Arriving on the Ivy was Carl ther ammunition. 1

whose testimony at the trial der will preside at the piano for I lb. each 6 months old i revenge rather than revenue t thai;: has reached substantial comple-! Petronia streets. Owner Henley Rom senior radio electrician, who

moved Hauptmann to cry: out he:: all musical numbers. RHODE ISLAND RED FRYERS I the Administration has side-step.i tion and in effect that further Estate; cost $75. was engaged in repair work at

was lying. !j 2U to 3J4 lb.. each j ped broadening the tax base to th< He has gained 10 pounds in the : I extent that is necessary; thai t;I peeled without further legislative Whitehead street. Owner L. Welters Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde-

death house (most prisoners do I Fruits and VegetablesFresh HENS FOR STEWING 2% to :j there can be no real recovery un.j priming. This should mean that' : cost. $100. Mallory Lines is due to arrive in DATE AND NUT LAYER. MILK

gain weight), and all his visitors: 4 Ibs. each I til the fears of business have beer II I the next Congress win be short, General repairs at 1004 Eaton port tomorrow night frmo New CHOCOLATE, HONEY OCn
; Shipment of All Kinds I'I allayed through the granting of i I i and will be largely confined to I street. Owner R. Knowles; cost Orleans, en route to Miami and OUU
invariably say he looks well and Received DUCKS FOR ROASTING NOUGAT ......-.-... ..- .-..
is cheerfuL Today breathing spell to industry and i I ordinary routine. i $900. Jacksonville.

'ext month he will know if he I Tift's Cash Grocery Fulford' Poultry Farm !recess from further experimenta'II I Response to the President's let Repairs to roof at 201 Fleming Steamship Alamo, of the same MALONEY & PEACOCK

is to get a new trial. Meanwhile: Phone 29 1101 Division St. Phone 880 I Deliver tion until the country can recove:riter I by public men fell definitely'I street. Owner A. Lopez; cost I lines, is due Sunday morning from Phone 818 Free Detrvery
he ....abt": i 1 its losses. .. I (Continued on Page Four) $200. New York en route to Tampa.


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JOE ALLEN. Auiataat B....". Monger Russia has violated the pledge given at George W. Wickersham of New 1859-Daniel E. Eramett'a lfindenburg outposts in France.
Temperature Happening Her Just 10- Y.ars

Corner Front Ureene The Citizen ar' Ann Building Street the time the Soviet government was recog- Highest ._..-*.... .._.._.__.._ ....SO Ago Today A. Take From York General City born, former in U. S. Attorney- "Dixie" first sung in New York .

Only Dally' Newspaper. In Key West and Monroe nized by the United States, relative to the Lowest ................_.......,......_..._.._.81 Th Files Of The Citizen years ago.Lawson. Pittsburgh 77 City. I f 1922 Soldiers'-President Bonus, Hardwg Bill. vetoes :

County. discontinuance of Communistic activitiesand Mean _.._.._....___........._........_.,._.._.86 I
Entered at Iity West Florid. aa second claaa matter. ........__.._..._..
propaganda in this country a warninghas Normal Mean ........ .82 A large force of men is now at I ,
FIFTY SIXTH. EAR A. Mover, chief examiner 1871-Lincoln's body removedto 1984-Brano Richard Haupt-
:ItaiafaUYesterday's : 'I 1 I
Member .f i the Aaaeclatrd Preea been sent to Moscow by the State Department work repairing the roof of the!: of the U. S. Civil Service tnann arrested BrMtx, N. 1'..,
foe Associated Press ia exclusively entitled to use Precipitation .0 Ins. John Wardlow cigar factory on c; Commission, born at Leesville, S. its final resting place, Springfield for Lindbergh kidnapng.
fnr rrr-.l:+.catiO'.* of all news dispatches credited tot in Washington Normal Precipitation .._. .23 Ins. Fitzpatrick street. This is one of
Ar not otherwise credited In this paper and alsothe c., 42 years ago. ilL
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._ local new published here.'NATIONAL "If the Soviet government is unwillingor m

  • EDITORIAL unable to take appropriate measures to Tomorrows Almanac West and has been taken over by!II Louis J.-Taber of Columbus the Japanese in the seventh cen->
    the Wardlow interests after
    being I
    ASSOCIATION, prevent further acts in disregard of solemn Sun rises _" ...__._ _.. 6:15 a. m. vacant for a number of : Ohio Master of the National 1881-President Garfield ,died tury.

    <=/t II /938 Sun sets! .......:............, 6:26 p. m. yearnThe I Grange Patrons of Husbandry, --- ---- - -
    the United States said the building will be placed in.
    pledges given Moon rises ____......._ .12:01 a. m. first born at Mt. Pleasant, O., 57 years
    class condition.
    .One Year .m$1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES warning, "the most serious consequencesmust Moon seta ..._.._......?. 2:06 p. m. ago.
    Six Months; -.:- :::::::::::.: ::::.. :_:::=:=:.==== 609liO: be anticipated." Tomorrow' Tides CII'I'III'I.I.I'I"'JlTJlTII'.I1S
    Stephen R.
    Three. Month. I Mallory Chapter
    One Month _......._ ... .85 At a recent Communist convention in A. f. P.M. Daughters of The Confederacy U. S. Senator Key Pittman of
    Weekly __.__.... ..___..._. .%0 High ...._......__..__ 3:13 5:17 will celebrate the anniversary of Nevada born at Vicluburg, Mi's.,'
    ADTERTISINO! RATES Moscow, delegates from America openly Low ..._..,..........10:55 9:22 the Battle of Marianna or Maria 63 years ago. I OLD PAPERS
    Made known
    !SPECIAL! NOTICE I boasted of their activities and discussed Barometer 8 .. m. today: nna Day as it i i8 known, on October i

    All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions of plans for "sovietization" of the United Sea level!, 30.02WEATHER 1, which will also be the Maj. Gen. Hugh A. Drum, U. S.

    respect the rate, obituary of 10 cents notices a line.etc. will be charged tor at first meeting of the chapter for A., born at Fort Brady Mich., 56

    Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha States.It FOPECAST the season. years ago.Magnus. ...........................o.eee..o.
    r.venu Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. has been believed by many all along
    The Citizen is forum and Invites discus- \
    an open t
    tiuu of public Issues and subjects of local or general that recognition of.the present Russian regime (Till 8 p. m., Friday) John J. Shea, of the New York Johnson of Minn., former -
    lut.r.-st but it will not publish anonymous communl- Key West and Vicinity: Partly
    Aquarium will leave by Mallory senator and For Sale"m-. was a mistake, inasmuch as it has en- congressman
    Line vessel today with a large collection born in Sweden, 64 years ago. :
    abled the Reds to operate with greater
    Don't give up the ship; the harbor of I fit 1w I of specimens for the tanksin I ''I .eS0............ ..o..oI S
    freedom in their attacks American institutions
    on New York. Mr. Shea has beenin Laurence V. Coleman of Wash-

    safety.. in sight. :, while no advantage to this Key West for about two weeks ington, D.. C.. director of the I I I
    and during that time has collected American Association of Museums,
    country has accrued from recognition. I
    The devastation of a hurricane strikes about 1500 specimens which in- born at Brooklyn, N. Y., 42 years
    Russia has contemptuously rejectedthe clude 60 varieties. This will be the ago. I! 5Bundlesfor5.!
    both the just and the unjust. I
    American note on the subject, declar- last shipment for the year. '

    ing that the Stalin government is not responsible Harold E. Porter ("1I01worthy:
    The people earn and the government Editorial comment: About the Hall"). author. born in Boston,
    for the acts of the Communists.This only way to convince some peopleof .
    spends and faster than the people can 48 years ago. :< S
    declaration is obviously untrue and Partly Cloudy the value of insurance is to s

    earn. ---- should deceive no one. cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle uninsured have one or burn two down.houses .which are,eeeeeeee.eee..eee..eToday's .1t l THE KEY WEST CITIZENnf"I.I'IIIIII'I'IIIII

    Whether the Roosevelt administrationwill variable winds.Florida < Horoscope
    Now it is proposed to give hurricanesa I : : I I4
    take any definite steps to deal with : Generally fair tonight The Key West Baseball team ........ ...... ........ I
    naval escort. What no motorcycle cops! and Friday. will leave tonight for Okeechobeeto f \ :
    the situation further remains to be I
    seen. This is a pretty good day to be
    -Fort Myers NewsPress.Does Jacksonville to Florida Straits play a series of five games with I _ -- ---
    born in. The is littlj
    and East Gulf: Gentle variable the baseball aggregation of that disposition a
    winds and partly overcast weather city. The locals lost? four out of too profound in thought and the 1 r
    Mussolini need all those legionsto PEDESTRIANISM IS NO JOKE tonight and Friday, possibly with five games to the visitors! while Fpeech a little too subtle, but the

    : attract firm friends of Loth
    the axiom. "Thrice is he armed that The National Bureau of Casualty and WEATHER CONDITIONSThe are Players Doran with Griffin the Key, Gordon.West Perez exes. many Do not depend too muchon Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty

    hath his quarrel just." That three to one Surety Underwriters points out that of the Elbertson Gonzalez Guerro, your friends, however for it I t

    may be bothering II Duce. 36,000 fatalities resulting from automobile disturbance that was off Cremata, Head, Lope;. Gray and may warm.render their cervices lull- ;t Loan Bonds Are Advised To
    the northern of Florida Lewis with Castillo
    coast yes- manager.
    accidents last year, 16,000 were pedes- .
    terday morning is still of very
    One of the advantages of going backto trians. slight intensity and has moved Realty operators in Key West Until 14, Lithuania was under! See Us With ReferenceTo

    the horse and buggy age is that then we Two elements of this situation are im lowly northeastward being cen- met last night and perfected an Russian rule. :I

    will have enough horse to shoo off tral this morning off the South organization to be known an the
    sense portant. One is the statL4ical truth that
    Carolina coast, and attended by Key West Realty Board Officersare Ice hockey is said to date from The New Treas-
    some of those dream ideas of the brain by far the greater number of pedestrians fresh to strong shifting wind and V. A. Johnson president; F. the eighteenth century.

    trust and return to normal mentality. involved: in accidents are doing things squalls off the South Atlantic H. Ladd, vice president; S. E. I

    which they should not do. The other is coast between Hatteras and Jack Harris, second vice president; L. KEY WESTCOLONIAL i ury FinancingThe
    sonville. Pressure is moderately;.'R. Warner, secretary, and R. H. I
    Advertising sells goods and when well I that a pedestrian be in the right but
    may ,
    high this morning over most sections Givens, sr_ treasurer. A fee of HOTELIn
    done it sells goods more efficently than that doesn't reduce the disadvantage at from the Plains States eastward $25 was voted to be paid by all t

    any other means. It also gives the mer- which he will always be until collision- except in the northern Lake members. Honorary and associate! the Center of the Business
    region; while moderate low pressure members will a fee of $10 and Theater District
    pay First National Bank of \West
    chant an opportunity to inform the buying proof armor is invented. areas overspread the Rocky and $16 respectively Hftmy interesting Key

    public concerning his wares. This creates Ironically the pedestrian has become Mountain States and Plateau region. matters were brought up First Cla. -Kr.proof-
    I i
    interest and interest creates a desire to standard material for the jokesmiths and Showers and thunderstorms for discussion and plans laid for Sensible( Rate

    buy. cartoonists Just as the husbandor have occurred during the last 24 future meetings and activities ':Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal
    hen-pecked hours in the East Gulf States and the membership group. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI t
    . the taxpayer. No doubt we shall havea along! the Atlantic coast from Deposit Insurance Corporation

    : :Miami would like to have the weather new version of the old wheeze, makingit northern Florida northward to Charles W. Sawyer is renovating Carat Elevator
    Hatteras. N. C.. being heavy at the building at 707 Caroline Popular PHc..*
    bureau transferred from Jacksonville. It
    the pedestrian, not the chicken, who
    Apalachicola -Fla, 1.20 inches, street. He will arrange it for a 6. .6

    admits that the hurricane area is from crosses the road to get to the other side. and Meridian Miss, 1.92 inches. two apartment houses and to be ._ .. --- ..-- ._-

    Tort Pierce to Key West. That makes The premise of many jokes, that the There have also been light showers ready by November 1. The ar-

    J..Iiami the center of the hurricane area, pedestrian is a persecuted: animal, does not from in eastern southeastern Iowa northeastwardover Florida and two rangement compartment of this house structure on as the a 1

    :and is logically the headquarters from hold water. The pedestrian is safe from the northern Lake region. part of the owner is commendable. See line of---

    which all storm warnings should be trans- any automobile if he observes a few com- Colder weather has overspread and shows that Mr. Sawyer has our
    North Dakota with heavy frost! that spirit of civic pride'which
    mitted. And what a. fine advertising! mands:
    reported in the western portion; aids in the beautification and bet-
    medium it will be to have all hurricane advisories 1. Cross only at intersections. 2. while elsewhere temperatures are terment of his home city. I GLASSWARECHIN

    emanate from the Magic City with Cross with the traffic signal whenever generally near or'above normal,

    Miami date line."Relatives and maximum: readings were In response to a communication I
    ;-a there is one. 3. Keep children off the
    above 90 degrees yesterday lent by County Engineer Joseph
    street. 4. On rural highways walk to the portions of the lower Lake re- Watkins to the Tidewater Con-

    : of Alton Roberts, Scrappy- I left facing oncoming traffic. 5. Avoid gion. struction company, the company

    doodle, have received information that heSs I walking from behind parked cars'. 6 G Officer S. has agreed to allow the Boca Chi-
    : safe in Card sound," the Key West Citizen Look! the ca bridge The be opened bridge Sunday will re to ry Y

    - reported following the hurricane. .o..0000..0000000000000 ready for traffic tomorrow morning

    :That should delight not only Alton's relatives's PRIZED BABY SHOES 7 o'clock and remain open

    = but all those who enjoy collecting until 7 o'clock in the evening.
    Anniversaries This is being done especially to
    unusual place names. Just where and
    Among the treasures in the Canadian ......................... allow a large number of Key
    -what is Scrappydoodle anyway-Miami I Westers to- get a :view of the
    archives at Ottawa is of shoes '1737 Charles Carroll Mary-
    a pair baby -
    -Daily News. Scrappydoodle is a nickname bdidge who. were unable to do so s
    once worn by Wolfe. Most American land lawyer. Revolutionary leader vhen it ,., opened for inspectionone
    and connotes what the first half implies. a signer of theDeclara. ion pf we$.ago .
    school children have read in their
    I Independence senator, born at
    Uf further interested come down and be .
    :convinced. histories! the story told of how General Annapolis. Md. Died NOT. 14, Wm. &: Henson Grand Master

    Wolfe] 'recited Gray's "Elegy in a Country 1 1Churchyard" 1832.* S. WITJOBC-,.i kr,.._ of Florida I. O. O. F., has notified

    the night before the battleof District Deputy Grand Master A WARE
    Many people and even a few dis- 1739-Andrew Pickens noted Wm. Mendell he will arrive in Key

    patches out of the hurricane area in the Quebec and aid that he had rather have Southern general in the Revolnj West for an official visit next

    been the author of the poem than to have j tion. South Carolina jurist :and Ir.- week. Local members will meet 8
    referred to the inundation during the
    )keys ian commissioner; born ;In Bucks o'clock Monday night in the hall
    "the glory of beating the French tom or-
    Tstorm as a "tidal wave. Weatherman Co., Pa. Died Aug. 11, 1817. to greet the visiting high official.

    Carson explains that the correct expressionis row.
    He did beat the French on the morrowon 1762-Tobias Lear Washington's MarkMBVlIlr'a Leadlaa Het.ITHE *
    "storm tide" or "storm wave, that is, a
    the Plains of Abraham at Quebec, private secretary, consul SEMINOLE
    tilling up of water by the force of the wind. born at Portsmouth N. H. Died
    which victory wrested Canada from the
    :Although the storm tide may cause mucii Oct. 11, 1816.
    French, but Wolfe] died on the field after
    damage, it seldon. approaches the cataclysmic r
    thrice 1825-Henry C. Lea. famed
    being wounded. The opposing
    . proportions of a tidal wave, whichs y a
    book civic
    publisher, r
    ' French commander Montcalm] was also 1 ss ; il
    .> caused! by an earthquake on the ocean worker and historian born in Phil; ;

    Led-Miami Daily News. mortally wounded in the battle, which occurred adelphia. Oct. 24. 1909.

    September 13, 1759. In 1908 the

    Spf'lakini at the Williamstown In- battlefield was made a Canadian national 1835-Ethan Allen Hitchcock
    St. Louis merchant, ambassador, I
    stitute; of Human Relations; i Horace D. park. secretary of the interior under McKinley I

    ,Crawford of Indianapolis News, and Journalism Wolfe was one of the most skillful and Roosevelt!' born at Mobile Cuss.Jaek..avlll.n. GRIPER., FtorMa Manager. I $1.00 and Dinner Set
    up per
    Ala. Died April 9, 1909.
    . Director of Franklin College discussed daring commanders who ever wore the A human. home-like ln tlt.tlo_
    t where you will find y... lB4lvUMleMf
    the newspapers as a religious in- British uniform. He was a commissioned 1851-Lord Leverhulme, Eng- .rt. and rmtrrtmlmmtrmt m

    Jluence in modern life. Said he:' "Edi- officer at the age of 14, became a captainat llish soap manufacturer born. ter of great -o-Importance. Many other useful..and :decoratiy'J : ?
    1925. -t-I f T 4
    I Died May 7, .
    tors like many other laymen aqd even 17 and a major shortly after. He was a A steel flr.ere r balMlac '
    I !. the heart ., the city articles for home ,
    churchmen is brigadier general when he yielded his your ,
    frequently believe religion up I I860-George IL Harries, soldier -0- t

    _more deeply concerned with the way people life for England at the age of 31, after executing World War commander in Every Room with Combination Tab I i I
    and Shower
    Bath. Radio Electric
    ' live than with their particular beliefs one of the most daring exploits in I France born in Wales. Died at Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
    I Waverly, Md, Sept. 28, 1934. Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
    about God. Religion, according to this I military annals. Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -

    view is more advantageously served by : The story oft that exploit is too long I Bicyc1 -riding is a popular lug Lampm.and Individual Read- South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
    sales of
    improving ethical, moral, physical and intellectual to relate here but if our readers will lookit Austrian sport "bikes"in RATE
    months of'this ...
    the first five .1.
    conditions of a community than up they will understand why that pair year reaching a record total of T M- R a__..,. Private Private Bath Bath __ f1.IIe Be PIiccc: 598 White and Eliza Streets

    by creedistic cat-and-dog fights. Certainly of baby shoes is so highly prized and 80,000 *. Re*... Private Bath aM
    I S4 __.. Private Bath = "Your home i is worthy of the best"SAGE
    none can quarrel with that point of treasured by the Dominion authorities in I. .._.1. R__.. Private-Bath-- ...*
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    ar NurlUII; tmug retton AaaM.y strong a tie as children or golf and SPORTS Club- W. L. Pet
    ureifvett frem .4r4mor. C'oJte she managed I ..._................... Detroit ___.__ 90 51 .638
    .. Introduce .
    Mtfft Ukraf M:ek < de. dwirk very tactfully to (By JOVE)
    a7.1Art. b..t /rtomU ore of a few discriminating readers The Lgihthouse ten shutout the Advertisements under this head New York ...____ 82 59 .582
    rrnrK Carroll Aaa eased I
    Ion trotker David, icktm Knillorr "; to her own favorite authors, I will be inserted in The Citizen at Cleveland _m___.n_ 75 69 .521

    .*. M.i. Cktea sod tA. cllicteiit thereby earning their lasting grati Bayview Stars yesterday aternoon the rate of le a word for each insertion Boston .nn..mnm_. 7S 71 .507

    n'cad. 11.Kr.pine Include. flat timid'
    f.Gr- Crfwi it Aaa propoced might be the best escape that Elston ,i Stickney allowed four hits and' 25c.i St. Louis m.mn____ 60 82 .423

    nmbfr .ad rrtpectfulif.Emily had to offer. < Philadelphia ___..___. 5.5 84 ..396NATIONAL
    BLUES DOWN\ i Payment classified adver-
    tcant mfitkfr 011.\0. qualChapter LEADING CUBS Lowe gave five.
    ; up I
    it". at IAE wa.e.l. She bad given up for the present I j |ti.ements is invariably advance, T
    THE SPORTS FIELDI At bat, Archer. A. Demerittand
    the idea of leaving home not because j but LEAGUE
    j regular advertisers with ledger
    It of Frances's arguments, but \WIN FIFTEENTHSTRAIGHT I YOUNGBROWNS\ Gonzalez were the leaders. t I accounts may have their advertise- Club- W. L. Pet.

    because of Jeffrey's obvious delightat i I In the field Ackerman and I ments charged Chicago .......__,..._ '4 52 .646

    ABOUT JUDITH having.hex.there. GAME!It (By OSCAR PITA) t| Dion for the Beacon boys and f Advertisers should give their St. Louis _______ SO 53 .629
    I'M SORRY. Emily said finally, They had always loved each other teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei (By JOVE) : Love Russell and Woodson for i I street address as well as their telephone New York _...._..-. 84 55 ..604Pittsburgh

    laying a hind on hl..1 wish 1 deeply and almost wordlessly, but number if they desire re- __.'_...____.. 83 63 .568
    ihey This is football and boxing season Two junior baseball clubs, one ;
    could My I'd marry you but I can't. now had"discovered companionship I the Stars played welL Cincinnati ____........_ 65 82 .442
    an\'JeBreyB pleasure was j which means that some of our managed by Peter Castro and the :t Score by innings: R. H. E. suits.With
    I don't want to __ _
    marry anyone yet CARDS RALLY TO TRIUMPH ; I Brooklyn 62 79 .440
    each classified 00''-''
    accomplishing will in training other Armando
    what athletic boys by Acevedo cross-
    Frances's insistence
    [ go
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    and I doat &lovs you that way.- I I j I adverti5e-1 Philadelphia ____ 60 82 .423
    ment The Citizen
    might never have achieved pretty soon. ed bats at the Navy Field yesterday __ will .00
    OVER DODGERS RED SOX Stars 000 000 0-0 4 3
    But do met And there's ; j u
    you like alon I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Boston ..._----____.--.... 34 106 .243
    no one elaeT" --- afternoon and they played agreat t I Batteries: C. Stickney and F. !

    -No" she said. "There BO one The two of them took long walks VICTORIOUS OVER DETROIT; Among those who will be shap- game. i Stickney; Lowe, Russell and it.
    talking eagerly of the things that cleared I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
    After the dust had
    cue." Nothint. she thought but the TIGERS ing up for football are William I I Woodson. weekly.
    memory of an ecstasy that was very she was discovering and that Jeffrey I Cates and George Nodine. This away it was found that the final FOR RENT

    different from this-an ecstasy thathadn't had known for a long time andIt I I II pair of rough boys are always score was 12 to 11. 1 Standing of the league: I I '
    seemed to him that he was'happier I FOR RENT-5-room furnished \W.'IIISPEND
    : The Blues the -
    endured. ready for the game at a moment'snotice. or managed Club-- W. L. Pct
    "I'm perfectly willing to wait. he than he had ever been before. I (1p.elnl t. The CUI.* ) I I by Aeevedo won in the lasi in- Lighthouse _...___._..__, 8 1 .888 1)i I' apartment. Laundry tubs and
    And because there crises NEW YORK Sept. 514
    aid eagerly. aa If she hadn't known were no ning. At the end of the ninth the Service .__....... 5 3 ..625'Bayview garage. Margaret street
    to divide the time Into of two birds with stone uu.u.u. Phone
    days 152-M.
    periods killing one I
    that. "I've always loved yon and I I circle score was 11 to 5 and with only Stars .._ 3 6 .333 ,I septlStf YOUR
    Some of the
    slipped evenly and swiftly past and occurred in the Oub-Giant game squared per- -- --- ?
    always will but I don't want to one out the Blues scored six runs. _ 2 5 .285
    the year of play was half over before yesterday afternoon. In defeat- :!: formers who maybe !spending! Administration 'h TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED .I
    hurry you. I Just wanted you to At bat the leaders were Martinez '
    know it, and'I I hoped that you sh.e realized that it bad begun. ing the New Yorkers the Windy I i I their spare time in the gymnasium r APARTMENT. Convenience -; VACATION 1

    might love me." City Tribe not only won their:[ are Young Fernandez, Mario Santana -I llopce and O. Esquinaldofor PLAN TO CARRY j jON \| !. porches. 519 Elizabeth -':
    the Blues and T. Rosendo andJ =
    Tm IOrr1.Ihe said ajain. "1 EARLY lo March Judith wrote one fifteenth straigth same to set anew I j I Willie Jackson, John andi i street Apply 523 South-
    Sol dan for the Browns.In 'l
    wish I could say I did. characteristic scrawls. National League consecutive i Pete Nebo and Young Figueredo. : o 1 [ ard street. sept 4I FLDRIDAfprgcurHWTH

    "Will you try r* he pleaded. Judith's letters arrived about oncea winning record this season but !I I -- I the field. Hopkins, Soldanoand DlAl'IlONDBALLi I I
    1 Rosendo played well. I i FURNISHED APARTMENT with'?
    year a really remarkable record.
    After all. loving Edwin would they practically although not ; The local American Legion
    she herself admitted. j! Both hurlers .Ditched good ball. I Electric Ice BoX: Archie Thompson i !
    make existence a much simpler mathematically knocked Terry'smen Post was making preparations to
    There had been the letter j I Malgrafc the'Bfo'wns struck out 1001 Eaton street Phone:
    acknowledging ,
    thing. Loving Edwin would probably out of the pennant race. The 1 I stage a fight show here at the I .
    Emily's wedding present 12 and Esqinialdo"fanned 11. (By JOVE) 8794.\\\\
    solve all the problems that ; team, twenty hits i and I sept4-lmox.
    Chicago piled up Fort Taylor open-air arena
    and containing a vivid and tele- Score by innings: R. H. E. It was decided by the Recreation I I
    her. If
    were lovedhim
    tormenting yon and fifteen toin., 15 to I the idea.
    runs for dropped
    perhaps wouldn't notice graphic description of her home and some reason Browns 002 305 001-11 8 2 Department of the Key West FOR SALE t tI
    you 3. The pushed the Giants not its reaason
    victory i The did give
    his little peculiarities, or. noticing her husband. Aubrey was a lamb I post Blues .. 011 020 026-12 7 6 Administration to continue. dia- ,
    them wouldn't mind. and probably the only person alive six! and a half games behind the publicly but the writer is under Batteries: Malgrat and J. Sol- mondhalL FOR SALE-Second hand furniture. -

    -Yes." she said at last. -Ill try. who would put up with a 'crazy league-leaders,. while the Windy I the impression that those two famous dano; Esquinaldo and Martinez, Pedro Aguilar will take care of II 1007 Division street. !
    nine retained their two and Nebo and Wil- I
    But I'd rather not talk about It any CarrolL City I I Hopkins. the playing end, Victor Larsen at septl9-3tx RUSSELL'SCIGAR
    The half over the Cards. lie Jackson who were !slated! to '
    more for a long time. If I ever find : place was heavenly and a games the gate and in charge of equip- r

    that I can eare about you. promise I much more scientifically! run than The Washington Senators trim-. top the show played a Max The hippopotamus is the largest ment and Maximo Gonzalez and FOR I SALE CHEAP-R. S. Howard ,
    CarroIHon. Aubrey managed med the Chicago White Sox in trick by asking for a Gaiti's Barber
    to tell you.And ." even II I' Schmeling living non-ruminating even-toed 'Quintan Lopez will be the um- Piano. Apply
    you aren't:-'mad with me with farm prices what they were both games of a doubleheader.when purse that was far from the promoter's mammal. j pires. John Walker will take care Shop. septl4-6t
    to make the place pay. Ed Linke turned in a 3 to 1 .
    for telling you? Nothing will be grasp.Roy i of grounds. I I STORE0
    changed You'd like him. Judith added \ictory in the nightcap after theopener'had I cent bet that Maxie won't be the All the men have volunteeredtheir PRINTING-Quality Printing at.

    "No." she said slowly "nothingwill carelessly "Ho reads things: caD !been won 5 to 4. Hamlin, one time fight i lo?er. Solve that one! I services to continue dia- the Lowest Prices. The An'I''I'I '
    be changed."' yon Imagine It? Not Just market Threatened with another upset promoter was called "a poorsap" I man Press. ang7 -
    She wondered In sudden despairif reports but books by people I never by the Dodgers of the same sort in the promotorial business. of the I schedule will continue asI !
    the The
    even heard of. Although majority : ; Daily Baseball Returns
    anything would ever be changed.He that struck them Tuesday the St But of who re- I. i ij .TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO !
    boys can
    some you fans here are selecting Louis to beore. On Friday night the Busy
    In this her fourth In
    got out of the car then. and. (letter more Louis Car:finals came throughwith call when mail I I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press !
    the days carrier -
    our Homers
    than three years Judith had been be; an easy winner I am sticking i Bees and Lopez Funeral I j jI By Wire
    went with her to the doorway. -It's a stirring! seventh-inning ral- aug7.j .
    III was supervising the game with Baer. Judging by what can I will cross bats and the game between -|t
    been wonderful to be with 'ou.he hold
    said haltingly. "May I see)you tomorrow "I'm still pale and Interesting. their ly to defeat two Brooklyn and! half and '. know tt used to pay well. ,I II be gathered from sports pages of j'I the Firemen and Busy Bees j i PIANO TUNING II j -0-
    place a
    night!" looking but the state won't last 4 the speeding Chicago Cubs. j I I 4 i all newspapers Mizie: is lacking frill be played at a later date. 1 j I I COME IN AND GET THE

    .Tomorrow and tomorrow. But If long. rm sure. Why won't you come ', is not quite !so j jI stamina. This is one (f the reasons ; Monday night the Busy Bees'I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo!I
    Rookie Ilurler Cy Blanton won RESULTS OF THE
    you didn't see Edwin what else was and see me? Of course being In I aided by I)popular now as it was three years: why I think Baer will win. Generally and Firemen will cross bats. J reno Excellent piano for ula II |
    his victory,
    there? ..Ve.." aka said. school was a wonderful alibi but I eighteenth i ago. 1Diamondball old time followers will: sports writers will try to i Come out e:fly and help keep I cheap. 1018 Division street. MAJOR BASEBALL

    He held her hand for several seconds should think they could spare you Rookie Outfielder Bud Hafey'sseventhinning Pitts- ,,I say this:: The game is lacking the I boost up a fighter who to their i diamondball games going. J!! au 26-1mox I LEAGUES0
    I double as '
    but to her Infinite relief he for a little while now. Can't you enthusiastic sportsmanship of L. opinions stands very little chanceto '
    month!" beat the Boston Braves for -
    made no move to take her In his come next burgh 'P. Artman. Victor Moffat RpgiePritchard win and at. the same time make The largest egrets are found in ROOMS
    wanted time 5 to 2.1 i : CIGARS; CIGARETTES
    Emily to but Frances the third straight ,
    arms. He would keep his word go. and Tim Pittman. public the weak points of the op- !' Florida and Cuba. i iJ I
    scrupulously, she knew. remembering Judith's demoralizing Blanton fanned seven! batters run-I posing scrapper. Whoever the i I II "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled SOFT DRINKS,

    Then 1 be went back to his car-and influence. It necessitated managed a to counterofferof circumventher. ning A his ninth-inning season's total outburst to 140. i B. E. Brantley manager of the i winner may be, the fight is going J In the early days of the Hawaiian j f in price and location ETC.

    drove away. New gave I Busy'Bee ten, comes next to Mr.' to be one of the greatest since I[ monarchy the premiers were.. running water. 128 N. E. 4th
    a trip to York with Jeffrey the Cincinnati Reds three runs! :
    his I the Dempsey-Tunney affair. J wome I t street Miami Fla. aug26-lmox
    predictions to Jock Cashing and Jeffrey an unconscious partyto and a 6 to :5 victory over the I Artman in the way of treating ,
    HER the conspiracy was so eager for. 'Nationals bunch of ball tossers. A fine
    Justified. They organizeda Philadelphia
    her company and so boyishly elated sportsman is this gentleman.Local i 1"I
    in the
    bridge rlub of two tables that was Wes Ferrell. pinch-hitting
    to meet once a week for luncheon.It over the prospect that she accom- ninth with the sacks loaded and I

    was decided that everyone should panied him from a sense of duty. the score tied rapped out a single fistic fans don't know

    put up twenty-five cents a meetIng. She enjoyed the trip even while ,: off Schoolbov Rowe to give just exactly how to take the forth-] : '

    which was to be given to the winner she thought regretfully of the pleasure Boston a 4 to 3 victory over the coming fight between Maxie Barr; '- .

    Instead of a prize. of seeing Judith again. But be- Detroit Tigers. former heavyweight champion of
    fore too she FIRMSWbo !
    "But for heaven's sake don't say from long Elston.hoped and she while might she The Yankees bro::e even with the world and Joe Louis, the ] ,

    anything about It." Eleanor Mobley escape stayed she wanted to do everythingin the Browns in their twenty-sixth "Brown Bomber" sensation of De- '
    bad laughed "or our fond parents troit. The betting favors the California !
    her to please Frances' and doubleheader: of the year droppingthe
    would have a stroke. They'd have power hair boxer to win the
    opener 7 to 5 when St. Louis

    t of no objection powder that to our didn't winning match a box our I Jeffrey.It was Friday afternoon In early scored five runs in the eighth decision. The odds being 7 to 5.! I Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

    September and the Board of Control then winning the second clash 6 v
    complexions or a pair of stockingsthat
    didn't ft. but this Is gambling of the Elston Public Library to 3. The split: coupled with De It's surprising to learn that I

    !" was holding Us monthly meeting. troit's loss kept the Yanks math- Bobby Schultz local enthusiast

    Everyone laughed and no one Emily looked absently out the ematically in the running for the selects Louis to whip Baer. Bob I

    mentioned It at home. window: It was bad enough be a pennant. knows a fighter when he !sees one Star American Coffee ROSES
    Even the girl scout troop mate librarian on a breathlessly hot day :Mel Harder shutout the Athletics \ and just before the Braddock flop JOHN C. PARK TIFT'S

    rialized. Emily. "having nothing like this without having to attend with four hits is Clevelandwon I he was a strong favorite for Maxie.It You'll find out how

    else to do. they said was the Ideal Board meetings. She wondered for the second cam of a doubleheader is probably the Braddock win FLORAL PIECES A
    person to take charge. the twentieth time why they Insisted 10 to 0, after taking the that has changed the mind of our 328 SIMONTON ST.PLUMBING. good it is when you try CASH GROCERY

    She accepted the charge and upon her presence; Invariablyshe first 10 to 5. boxing expert.I I the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY
    spent hours learning to tie six kindsof took issue with them and Invariably The summaries follow: 1101 Division Street

    knots and to make a fire with no they voted her down. Perhaps NATIONAL LEAGUEAt remembered right after the 1 LARGO, tb 18c; .
    and only match.The they Insisted merely for the R. II. E. PLANTS and VINES
    paper one girls St Louis Carnera-Baer scrap Schultz said: PHONE 29
    V. & S. H 15c.
    sadistic of
    adored her. and wanted to spend pleasure voting i her ..._. 391 >
    down. Brooklyn "In Baer we have one of the greatest .' 1

    aU the time that wasn't taken op St. Louis 610 0 fighters since the days of.Jack Roasted in Key West and
    The chairman! was deploring the by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple Fancy
    with school and scenting at her fact that the library's circulation Batteries: Zachary and Lopez; Dempsey and it's going to takea :ptJ):! PUMPS
    house but the tasks filled endless
    had decreased. He to be Walker P. Dean and Delancey. darn good man to win the crown CroeeneaComplete
    was. quite STAR COFFEE MILL
    hours that would have dragged andtfcejrjlflvotlon sudden
    from him. Why the PLUMBING SUPPLIES
    frank at a loss to explain 1C away NURSERYPHONE

    pride.' ? was"_ ,soothing", *. her_ "It seems quite obvious to me-" Pittsburgh M ;R.-H. E. change. Bob! Surely you 512 Greene Street Line Fresh

    bad ..______._ 2 10 2 don't think Louis is -better man
    She rebelled at the Woman's Club. Emily to speak. In spiteof the Boston yi PHONE; 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Ve etables

    They needed "new blood and new I heaL She had restrained herself on Pittsburgh ..._._._.-,....--.-- 5 13 2 than the good humored kid from 597 : .

    enthusiasm they said but she decided : this point for months''As long as Batteries: Frankhouse and sunny California!

    that there were plenty of you regulate"the entire fiction Bet Spohrer; Blanton and Padden.At .

    years ahead for that. on the basis of whether a book Is L. P. Artman who is claimedby SELECT SEA FOODSJewfuh. -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

    proper reading for a child of fifteen tome sports writer to pick Joe
    And so she laughingly; resisted Chicago R. II. K. 2 11... 35e INSURANCEOffice

    Frances's attempts to enlist her in yon can't expect anybody over New York ..____._..___. 394 Louis to win from Baer does not THE KEY WEST
    fifteen to read It." Ibs. 35c
    but Yellowtail Z
    terest. Chicago .____..._..____15 20 5 like to make predictions Steak
    "This waa to be. my year of play The Board looked pained. They Batteries: Castleman and Mancuso chances are 10 to 1 that his heartis Yellowtail oa Bone, 2 I.... 25c : 319 DuTal Street
    darling! Before long 111 have to had settled this question of Immoral with the former heavyweightking.
    go ; Root and Hartnett. Cropper 2 Ib.. 2Sc I J
    back to Ardmore to get some rest. Books for good and Emily SUNDAY STAR
    was bringing It up again. Snapper 2 lba _________ 2Se
    Give me a year or two of grace and
    then I'll give op frivolity and turn "That Isn't altogether the measure At Cincinnati R. II. F. A local sport scribbler tens us Mutton FUh 2 Iba. 25c TELEPHONE NO.1

    my attention to civic problems.* of our fiction the chairman Philadelphia 5 10 1 who everybody is selecting to be Subscription $2 Per Year

    And Frances, who had the gift of said coldly. "It's rather the moral Cincinnati ........- 6 12 0 I the winner of the Louis-Baer fight FRESH SHRIMP Try Year Meals At
    yielding In relatively unimportant tone of the books that we consider. Batteries: Walker and Wilson; but he fails to make public his Large Select Oysters Key West' Only Sunday -THE-

    things the better to win In Important "But so many of the most powerful Derringer and Lombardi.! opinion of the two men. Chances Freak Crab Meat in It cans 65c Paper Delmomco Restaurant

    ones, bad dropped the subject novels, new as wen as old DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
    I are he is sticking with Jonah, the FREE PROMPT
    Emily said "have doubtful moral AMERICAN LEAGUEAt Business Office Citizen Badweicer Beer _... lie
    janitor who bets a dime on Joe
    Occasionally she "helped out" at tone. After all. grown people should R, H. E. LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building
    be allowed to choose their own read. Boston Louis to win then turns right Six Cears Dinner, .?-...
    the Elatoa Public Library. The library -
    ._ 393
    Ing." Detroit around and covers sjnother teh 151 PHONE 51 50e 7Se
    small and but ------ add bye
    was struggling Boston .____......_.__ 492
    abe loved the contact with books (C.Nrl.1I. Hil, ty Ifarton Stint) and Cochrane
    Batteries: Rowe ; Upchurch and Berry.
    and with people who came to read Ferrell.First .
    Walberg and R.
    them.A Tomorrow. Emily makss des mere AARON McCONNELL
    attempt *. brMk tfce cliarmvdcircle. Second Game Our Reputation is Wrapped PRITCHARD
    of books
    mutual love was as .
    Game At Philadelphia R. II. E. S36 Fleming StreetWATCHMAKER

    - -- --- At New York R. II. E.I Cleveland _..._____...____-,._10 13 0 in every packageof JENNIE B. DE BOERNOTARY

    I St. Louis ...__.._.__._._ 791 Philadelphia "_".-_'-"-'..- 044 l FUNERAL HOME

    EXTEND TIME FORPERMANENT i FRUIT SHIPMENTS New York _.......-._ 4 10 2 I Batteries: Harder and Phillips;

    M Batteries: Knott and Henuley: ; Caster and Richards. Watch lieDocter4 Ifi.d
    t Dlg S.patJaotieCPIeq

    \WAVESSpecial t AT TIFT'S! STORE Gomez and Dickey. First Came

    4 Second Game At Washington R. H. E. BY US

    I At New York R. H. E. Chicago _.___---____m'_ 4 10 1 PUBLIC

    offer on permanentwaves J Fresh shipment of fruits and St. Louis 00......-,.- 392 Washington ..._.._._._.... 580 I JEWELER THEARTMAN LICENSED EMBALMER

    vegetables were received today atTilt's New York .-.------.0 Batteries: Phelps and Sewell; AND ENGRAVER

    by Mrs Miller at Ocean i Cash Grocery 1101 Divisioq I Batteries; Cain and Hemsley; Newsom and Bolton. See Him For Your Next Work PRESSCitizen Ambnlanee SerrU

    been extended street,' Broaca and Dickey.
    View Apartments has j ALL PRICES REDUCED
    This shipment includes all Second Came I Bldg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT
    for two more weeks.Since !. vaI .
    rities of both fruits and vege- I First Game At Washington R. IL, E. Hovrsi 9 to 12-1 to 6 Citizen Office

    announcing the special I'I tables that can be had in today's. At Philadelphia R. II. E. Chicago _.__._- 191 J NIchta 51 Nor
    Open Saturday Plea 544
    2 for 1 offer .everal weeks ago market. Cleveland .___10 15 0 Washington ._ __ 391

    .lrs. Miller has put in scores of r J {Philadelphia ___. 5 12 2 Batteries: Kennedy and Shea;I

    Subscribe to The Citizen. Batteries: Hudlin and Brema; Llnke and Boltom,
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    LEGALS rl4"I1'1'11 A total of :366,482 automobile

    PERSONA ][c.2 MENTION j AOTICE OP WASTER'S! !SALE TO SUBSCRIBERSIf I SUNDAY!\ DINNER! I.L5Uf1).e. I. tourists entered California in th.

    :-: : : ,......................CS 555 5 S S......S 5555 5....5. Notice I. hereby given that under first half of 1936.
    and by virtue of certain Order you do aet receive year -

    ............................. Florida Miss\ Mary Trevor left on the If 1 Major William V. Albury Florida ., and made Decree and entered of Foreclosure on the 4th and day Sale of paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the .55S.S S.5 CS S S.S S S s.s 55 5 5
    last flight en route to I I National Guard left last night, September. A. t>. U3$. In and by I afternoon, call telephone 51 By ANN PACE
    Hendersonville, N. C. for business in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
    Division Street a visit Miami. Judicial Circuit of the State of and a paper will bo cent to is better new for the.trek POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
    Florida. In and for Monroe County.In yoir home. A complaint boy THERE..pper this week Meat prirhi ..
    Mrs. Julia Sweeting was a pas, Sheriff K. O. Thompson t left, Chancery. In a range therein eased tnfl lisa
    Assn. Holds i. on duty at this office from t >re a prices an I
    wherein J.
    senger on the Florida last night, last pending B. Sullivan iscomplainant lewer and fruit and vegetable are
    night Florida
    on the S. S. with
    : and Andrew R. Miller 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for
    for Miami Where she will visit' Rafael Ramos a prisoner who, and Eva P. Miller his wife and L. of delivering com back. t normal both i i. rapply an4price.

    The first meeting of the Divi.I with relatives and friends. 'I will be placed in county jail in Van -ValkenbnrK Van ValkenburK.and If he his Is married wife. plaints. Help BS (ire you 1OOpercent I C. "d rff are very nwderat In p.t.a. CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER
    ion Street P.-T. A. for the newterm the the best fresh erw hare prvhabtT esor
    Miami to await the arrival of the and Minnie Valkenbnrg. a ; SI .
    service calins
    by ... f.r .. .
    1 cl<- to their peak on 12, 1935SS5SSSSSS55
    was held Tuesday afternoonat Mrs. Bertha McConnell who prison van to take him to the Ingle woman of )Mortgage are defendants the under.Foreclosure if you do not receive The CUi- Butter is advancing; slouty.Mcintosh .
    3, o'clockAs each person arrived er"_ was: spending a while with her state penitentiary at Raiford. signed Special Master In Chancerywill I'.I'.I'.I". I and Jonathan apples Niagara .SS.55SS5S55
    they registered at the door, A. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and offer for sale and will sell at and Concord' grape as well I as For Mayor
    Seedle.6. Malagas and Tokay are now
    public outcry for cash in
    hand to '
    and was escorted to their seats by I d lrs. Lawton Watson left last Glenwood Albury left last the highest and best bidder at the arailable. Grapefruit mare plentiful I DR. H. C. GALEY
    .' ushers. The ushers were: Yvonne I I night on the Florida for her homein night- for Miami en route to Fort front door of the County CourtHouse 1..1 n ow that Florida h*. Marted te
    II I in Monroe County. Florida in' ship her new crop. Peacke. pear
    Stewart. Jackie Doughtry Rosa- Th ; Miami Lauderdale where he will be employed the City of K..yYut.. .Florida dur-; Economic HighlightsContinued plums and fresh prunes are $.stifsl For Councilman
    lind AJbury Florence Rosa Della chase in the office of Agent ing the legal hours of sale on Monday I and rent moderate la price Mdne.continue .
    :like Curry and Persia Larsen. the Morris' Aronovitz and daughter I Harry Collins. the 7th day of October A. I).' .SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS to be 'ineipeaaKc. i. DR.ARMANDOCOBO
    U3, the following described land, Here are three inenfa* sartaMe for
    They looked adorable in their little t&e Joyce who were in Key West for situate lying and being In the I ( from Page One) I Sunday dinner.

    uniforms, which carried out ; I a visit; with MX. Aronoviti's J. 1\[. Breen and R. 11. Hayes, County to-wlt; of Monroe, State of Florida. : into partisan channels. Republicans -, Low Cost Dinner For Police Justice

    the color scheme of blue and yellow !- T 'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Arono who arrived from Opa-Locka yesterday On the Inland of Key Went I:1 said Mr. Roosetelt has start-I T. S. CARO

    very effectively. J;'erican !I vitz and other relatives left on on the airplanes for a known nn \Vm. A. Whiteheads cd the 1936 lmpairn-that: Baked Pan-browned Staffed Shoulder Potatoes of Lamb

    The meeting was called to or-' I the Florida l last night: for Miami. brief visit in Key West left last I Map). IIZ'delineated an part In of February Tract Nineteen A.- I seeking! to win,, business support! Creamed Celery I For Captain of Police

    der by tjle president Mrs. Dough-j! A ,I night on the Florida for Mtami. (1'. but now. better known with honeyed words of success. I Bread and Gelatin BatterFmit ALBERTO CAMEROFor
    as Lot One U) Block Four
    try. The P.-T. A. song was sung raise Misses Estelle Fernandez and ---- of said Tract Nineteen accordIng (4) Democrats hailed the letter as Tea or Coffee Milk\
    followed by the Lord's Prayer. Maria La Paz who were spending!: Ernest Hemingway and two to '.V. A. Uwynn's l>iagram being just what the country needsin Captain of Police
    most Mrs. :'a while in Key West with friends recorded in Plat Book One 41), I r the way of reassurance. r Medium Cost Dinner ROBERT
    :Mrs. O'Bryant's room gave a tons, John and Bill, left last page 34 Monroe County. Flor J. LEWIS
    interesting play entitled "Con the I left last night for Miami. I night on the Florida to join Mrs. ida. Records Commencing at a ,, Response by business men was I II Roast Shoulder Buttered Pork Onions Masked Tarns "Bobby"MONROE

    stitution Day." Mrs. Cabot the more I'I I Hemingway in Miami. Pfister point at and the White Corner Streets of Von and ,I mixed-all of them naturally favor Bread and Butter
    John Key steward of the I such a. policy, but many were Lemon Snow Custard Sauce
    secretary read the minutes of the I Ii port running thence along the said Milk
    last meeting. j I i asked I P. and O. S. S. Company left;i B. C. Papy Monroe county representative Whit Street in a North Westerly : extremely dubious as to whether Tea or Coffee THEATERMadge
    The treasurer's report was given': sent night for a business visit in to the Florida legislature Nine 'Inches; Forty-six thence at feet right and !it will really be carried out. in Very Special Dinner Evans-Rot Young in
    : I Miami.I angles in a North Easterly direction i view of what they consider broken Fruit Cup
    Mrs. the
    treas the YOURSELFJean
    by Goethie new : I| left last night on the 'I CALM
    One Hundred Feet and Roast Beef Browned Potatoes
    in the Those
    urer. Mrs. Claude Albury. chair- 20th Florida for a business visit in one Inch; thence at right angles i promises past. Cauliflower Lemon Parsley Butter Arthur-Victor Jury in
    man of the executive committee'! fered I Rev. A. L. Maureau, S. J., of Miami. in a South Easterly direction who accepted the letter as a definite Hearts of Lettuce Russian Dressing PARTY WIRE
    ': I St. Mary's Star of The Sea Forty-six feet and Nine Inches; i statement of future policy Bread and Butter
    her of the meeting Mrs.
    gave report i I thence at right angles in a Coffee Ice Cream Wafer Matinee: Balcony JOel Orchestral -
    which,, was held during the sum-,; ,I Church left last night on the W. E7 Houston Itft last night South Westerly direction One think that the course of recovery Coffee 15-20cj Night 15-25e

    mer. giving special emphasis to I i j 1 i Florida for a visit in Miami I!Ion the''jFkn r1'aj ffor, WliaTffiyto en. back ItundrrtlFec,4and to "the place of One beginning Inch i I will be greatly advanced and that will -
    the breathing spell' --- ----
    the banners and pennants pur-, A :> train for Jaefcinv te. |<4iere be Also. On the Island of Key promised L
    !, West, known on Wm. A. White- do than anything else could
    Mrs. Earl Jackson left thaFlorida more
    chased for the classes. It was on will spend' a while wTtR.{ relatives. h aaVifrp? rttneated- Feb ."..I'.I".8'I.I'I'.I'I.I'.II.1'I.lI.ft
    decided to have the banners for, asked last night for Miami!! ** ,. = p ruary, AD.. 18%'. as a part of I to spur' industry. '
    the highest percentage of parents could :,I where she will spend a while with .JoiM bft-bJeft last Tract Nineteen' (U) but now I Of great importance is:: the influence -
    better known as Ix>t Two Block
    presentand the pennants for the!I i relatives. tnfjrht'! for a visit-in Miami with ,Four.fetTrafc '-KJ6ete., accord I of the announced policyon
    !: I r ing to ,,':A.; Gwyhfu's'fliagram the 1936 political battle. It "Make
    largest number of classes present. [ relatives and friends. Paper Pay
    I I recorded in Eiac.IsuQlt 1. page looks now as if Mr. Roosevelt will
    C. "
    I S. Tribble of the American
    It was also decided to give each the 34. Monroe4 County. Florida.Records !
    of the winners a half day holi!! Company, who was in I[ E. R. Neff,' Jr.: son of Engineer ; Commencing at a pointon go into the lists with a relatively
    day. Key West on business left for:' and Mrs. E.: R. left White Street distant Forty I conservative program to offer the '
    Neff '
    six Feet and Nine Inches from
    .frs. Laura Crusoe in her. report -j' Mrs. Miami last night on the Florida.''-last' night on the Florida for Mi- the Corner of White dud Von ;J voters. It is difficult. for example You Dividends!
    I i __ Pflster Streets and running to see how he could square
    !: !l&mL
    the committee
    from program ners i thence along the said White I the principles laid down in his let-
    stated that at each meeting i Miss Emily Cale, daughter of i Street in a N.Wlr direction II S
    I' ter with demand fort a new -
    there would be a most interest' Miss ,, }fro and Mrs Frank C. Cale left Mrs. W. S. Middleton, daughterand Forty-six feet and Nine inches: a constitutional
    I| thence at right angles in a amendment to give
    ing program.An ;''r last night on the Florida for Mi- son, who were the guests of N.tTly direction One Hundred i Congress and the Executive
    invitation to the parents to ; '' ami.r [.Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Albury for feet and One inch; thence at I powers PriceSS
    do Money Saving
    right angles) in a 5-tTly direc- they not now possess.
    attend a hygiene course on come :r !'several weeks, left last night; for tion Forty-six feet and Nine

    Thursday at 3 p. m.. given by Vie make :'I Melvin Russell superintendentof their home in St. Augustine. Inches; thence at right angles I S
    in direction Hundred
    I a S.WIjr one -
    FERA. was extended by Mrs. ever. public instruction and Fred I! feet and One inch back to 0"I
    Garcia. dred Dion. left on the Florida last Mrs. George Bilberry left last place of beginning. S THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad.

    I night for Miami en route to at-t'f night on the Florida for a stay Dated WILLIAM September CURRY 6th. 1)35.HARRIS. vertisers closely for special .savings on your

    tend the American Legion Con-,I with relatives in Miami. Special Master 4n Chancery.

    Excellent Musical I vention in St. Louis Mo. :r LOUIS Solicitor AL.L.KN for Complainant.eeotl.1Z15Z HARRIS I I L..JFLORIDATie household necessities. Make your paper pay you

    I Jack Golden;, manager of the $: oct3ARCHER'S dividends. The most interesting news in the

    Ley Memorial Thomas Whitebead left last Hotel Colonial left last night; on I I ...JACKS'ON VIJ.I.E paper today is the advertising where you can I
    I night for a business trip to Mi.cmi. -I I[the S. S. Florida for a few days GEORGE 't.I A
    I I business; visit in :Miami. WASHINGTON' save many dollars on the family budget by
    The following program will be Miss I I i Seia.dlhee JOG ROOT, mk, .... M'Th k' patronizing those merchants who advertise their

    rendered at the Ley Memorial Dopp. i GROCERY"The '! ..,-w ....Had....d.. : :<4 goods.

    Church tonight beginning at 8' I!TURTHERNEWSINRECOVERING I[ CHOICE POULTRY I. -5nd.-.--- ,5_' S

    o'clock: I I Store That Serves 'I GAIAGI-......... 5t'

    Piano selection. Miss Fannie \ \ BODY RECEIVED
    Prayer Rev. L. M. Smith. PURSE.
    : I I \ FOODS I !t\
    S.asdSis.:1 ..,
    Piano and cornet selection
    Dorothy and Harry Lord. I son \ I CLAIMED BODY OF MRS. ROSA i Fulford's Poultry Farm today Make the test that hundredsof -- b''

    received a shipment of choice other women have already : A merchant who advertises IMS prices
    Reading, Betty Ruth Chastin. i'I. LIND GROOMS PALMER POSITIVELY I ' _di Ludu..S.L4.i&.4 ,
    Vocal solo. Dela hike Curry. j lins poultry as advertised on the front tried. Shop for your food and :_ GARAGE .4n..s. 4 charged a customer 20 cent* for an article that a ...
    IDENTIFIED groceries here for one week ATtS..Stm..dn
    Reading Mike Knowles. page of this issue. 5' non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
    Piano selection, Lois Finder 1 This shipment includes roasting and keep account of the saving l'sFLAGLER
    Anthem Choir of Fleming : hens Rhode Island Red fryers you are able to make. We sell Why this big difference? S

    Street Church. Word was received in Key West I II stewing hens and ducks for roast. in such large quantities our ,In, R..s.LS.i.,i..s- ,-
    Reading, Mrs. L. M. Smith. Chur this :: ing. stock is always fresh.
    morning that the body of k
    By patronizing the present
    Vocal Trio Mrs. Lena Bervaldi, Mrs.: Rosalind Gtooms Palmer'had I We Welcome Responsible
    Mrs. Mary Herrick and Miss May and I I CARD OF THANKSOur Account GC 4idIATESi.oo..d. their prices frankly and openly each week you
    been recovered and positive identification II II '
    liii!. I ., help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
    Reading Mrs. Alice Curry. I had been made by Mrs. sincere thanks is extended All Competition met with 4
    Piano and violin selection i E. R. Lowe wife of Justice of the.I to our friends and neighbors for I Low Prices and High Quality q- 4

    Peace E. R. Lowe of Tavernier. their kind assistance during our ONE STOP SERVICE

    P.'T. Immediately upon receipt of recent bereavement the illness Order All Year Food Need Make your paper pay you dividends.555SSSSSSSSSSSCSSSSSSSSSSCCSCSSSSSSSSSSSSSSCSSSS. SV.I..'.I'I.I'.I'.I'.AI'I'.IJr
    A. CouncilTo and death of our beloved one,
    [ the advices Dr. II. C. Caley Dr. Through U.
    II Richard Malone To those who }
    Hold MeetingThe Meet I Armando Cobo and A. F. Ayala. gave the use of their cars and the Fish Turtle

    left by speed boat for Snake donors of the beautiful floral tributes Fruits Vegetables .---. -- '- "-- --
    first meeting of the sea- I Creek to investigate and determine we are. indeed grateful.

    son of the Monroe County P.-T. Leota I if Mrs. Lowe's identfiication I. septl9-lt THE FAMILY. Meats The GEORGE WASHINGTON

    A Council will be held tomorrow is correct. I Dairy Products toO *.... wild. ..lit ... $......
    afternoon, beginning at 3 o'clock Stead I I Superior; ,Wis.. has 29 miles of I Phone 67 Free Delivery I 0.- ii .dus ......-.y..... FOR SALE
    .. .. ....
    -s.d mics -s.d-
    at the Harris School. according: to I : waterfront oil tate Superior. .
    announcement made today. 'GROUP LEAVES i > : 814 Fleming1' ,Street I HATES 1100 M. *. GARAGE..-

    Mrs. Charles II. Ketchum will Club. j 1-- I :{.]: .w: .] ;JJ; __.:'. ':::. I .
    be in charge of the FOR TORTUGAS' '. >- '
    publicitycourse The Shiveringwith : :}; : ; .
    that will be started at this --- : :.. ;
    meeting, and a request is made ,: I ,
    for attendance rooms !! : :, ,
    a large of mem- .
    Chills /
    I ,
    I Club ,I .'- .
    -- --
    Burning with Fever LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS

    KEY WEST I i' .

    mm RESIDENT I (j Sure Relief for Malaria

    I Dont try homemade treatments or
    INJURED IN FALL Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Albert Miss newfangled remedies I Take that good old
    !: ,i 1 Betty Maloney A. Manucy and 1 Groves Tasteless CluH Tonic. Soon you
    i for Grove's Taste-
    will be yourself again
    Bernard DeWitt, fromed a party
    I I I :i less Chill Tonic not only relieves the
    BROTHER OF J. B. SYMMO.i,\' I leaving this morning on the PowerBoat symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the
    C. W. Powers for a trip to Infection itself.

    NETTE. LOCAL INSURANCE TO I Garden Key.In The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste ii iit
    I his capacity of district per. less Chill Tonic I kills the Malarial infection
    AGENT FELL FROM TREE I sonnel officer PWA in Monroe in the blood while the iron it contains -
    builds up the blood to overcome the
    county. Mr. Albert is making the effects of the disease and fortify against
    trip for an inspection of Fort Jefferson further attack.The twofold effect is absolutely

    J. B. Symmonette managing! B. !'I now; a national. monument.I necessary to the overcoming of
    1 Malaria.Besides being a dependable rem I IL
    agent of on; of the local insurance !hcer 'I edy for :Malaria Grove's Tasteless Chill

    companies i i..* in receipt of a tele- : ment I TWO\ UCENSES Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general
    I use. Pleasant to take and absolutely
    gram from Miami I stating: that his';r the l harmless. Safe to give children. Get a

    brother T. A. Symmonette, was seriously -,.speed; TO WED ISSUED bottle today at any drug store. Now two t 1 :
    i I there I sizes-SOc and $1. The $1 sue contain JS.i? J
    injured in a fall from a, I i
    i V/t times as much as the SOc size and

    tree.The f IB. gives. you 257o more for your money.

    message said that Mr. Sym[rl estate i I There have been but two mar-i '

    monette received a fractured pel-!!him i riage licenses issued from the office !I'
    !' to of Judge Hugh Gunn during PALACEJohnny kept in our all metal ICE
    tu. punctured bladder and other Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-
    injuries. S roads the month of September to date. Mack Brown in REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and

    The telegram stated- however, ; One of these vas recorded last I BRANDED A COWARD healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

    that his condition while termed week. and ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand the sea and overlooking Coral Park.
    Serial Comedy
    I The issue of this week
    rerious.. was considered satisfactory : -. was absolutely airtight. For price and terms apply to
    made to Thomas Millian and Matinee 5-10c Night 10-15c
    under the circumstances. and For I : ; :
    Elizabeth :Manuel and
    $30.00 $35.00EASY
    hopes were held out for Lu rei| i
    I L, ARTMAN.
    The second king of Hawaii.I -eu- FUNERAL HOME -,--- Display At-> The Citizen Offiea

    Kamehameha II. died of measlea Miss WAVES -->--
    Serving Key Wet or
    in London in 1824.. Two PermanentS
    $5.00 Half Century Company
    Thompson .
    for _ ...._ I 24 Hoar Ambalanee Serrlc Residence 1309 Whltehead Street
    liens are laying more eggs this' Better Wave. $5.00 .ad ap Licenced Emoalmer
    than last. the bureau of'I PHONE NO. 8
    year says MRS. MILLER Phone 135 Nifht i 698-W ..
    agricutural economics. Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J 1 a

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