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 20, 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).

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Convene In Cleveland Sept. 23 Of Steamship Line -On Schedule
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SERVICE CALL I II I To Have Always Haunted Senator Long

Between MiaminAnd&y) : West ,
Man Who Nominated Hoo-ILARGE' NUMBER 'I ---- -- --- -.
f I U. s. BACK TO LAP OF LUXURY' :Had Belief That Someone
For President In f ED UP FOR SERVICE BY
ver ENJOY PROGRAM. P. J. Saunders, president of theP. men. They assembled in the office -

1932 Will Be One Of I RULER FOR PROPOSED HOS- and O. S. S. Company this of :Agent'John N. Costar and FIGURES SHOW\ DEMAND INCREASING Would Make AttemptOn

IN LOCAL PARKMORE TILITIES IN' NATIVE LANDLONDON. discussed the matter from every .
morning told a group of Key -" His Life While Posing
Principal Speakers angle. At the conclusion of the

Westers that he was unable to discussion, the president of the (Or Aimeetatre1 Pro) MRS. MEACHAM As CameramanBy

THAN ONE THOUSAND. tar A.P4 rye..) line had not changed his attitude HEW YORK. Sept. 20.The
Sept. 20. All the promise, at this time, any change j' and the local was convinced
i group
CLEVELAND, Sept. 20.-Pil. Ethiopian recruits in London in the proposed schedule of Otie'weel.JT i there was no hope for any changein
NIGHT TO WITNESS AMA- the company's plans. of enhancing the pulchritudeand HERBERT PLUMMERBr
(rims to the seventh national have been called for service in sailing of the Florid. from t tI Among those who attended the ( Associated PreM)
TEUR PERFORMANCEMore I II up conference were: Arthur Gomez, charms of his wife and daughter WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.-
Eucharistic congress, to be held their native land. Miami to Havana and return via WINCHELL MAKES
; state senator Leo Warren, president
i ; There is something of bitter Ironyin
here September 23 to 26, may I This step is not so drastic as it' Key West. The second .sailing! of city council; Wm. R. Por- ANNOUNCEMENT IN HIS
than 1,000 lovers of mu- I'I ter, president First From diamonds to Europeantours the manner in which Huey P.
attend mass before 120 altars, sounds, as-apart from the family each week will be direct from Miami Bank J. Lancelot Lester, assistant I SYNDICATED COLUMN
sic and other forms of .....
A'damsi J the demand for luxuries i.i Long was .i.ated.
erected especially for each Roman( ment assembled at entertain-I' and staff of the Abyssinian minister to Hava'na' and return. ; state attorney; Maitland
I representing the Thompson inter growing. Perfumes and high priced Long, although one of the most
Catholic diocese under the United, last night, to enjoy the amateur who are not effected-there Arriving on the Florida from Ii ests; William H. Malone, mayor; Walter Winchell announcesin

night performs staged under Miami this morning, Mr. Saunders Carl Bervaldi, chairman board of motor cars are also being his syndicated, column that frequently photographed men in
States flag. ERA. are only two. x was met by a of Key! commissioners
local and
the auspices of group county Dr.
bought in greater quantities. public life, lived in dread of a
West business and professional} William R.. I ''; Mrs.' Malcolm Meacham
The altar. will occupy the city'i The program Consisted of 22 One, A, Bayana, has been studying } Warren. con
.._ Sales of rough diamonds from camera. He always thought that
of the most -- -- -
spacious underground exhibition numbers and some i veterinary medicine in Lon- -- : templates marriage in the

talented boys hod girls in Key I I don. The other, U. Burrou, is a South Arica are running 50 per any attempt to assassinate him
hall which adjoins the public I LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATIONTESTS cent above last year, and whol'esale near future.
Vest in dances, electrical science
appeared songs student of at a would be made .
solos and 11- sales of the gems in New .; Mrs. Meacham will be re- by some one pos.iag
auditorium, scene of congress activities -I vocal and instrumental British university.
PROVE VERT SATISFACTORY York area are averaging 15 per- as a photographer. He con
during the first three duets acrobatic stunts and 'other Prince Lies In King's Chapel cent above 1934. In this same i'I''membered by a number of

forms of artistry. There were If Both are in their early twenties fided this to friends and associates *
days of the meeting. I area. June, 1935, showed an increase i'"friends in Key WestShe
also several pleasing: ; readingsgiven. and both have cheerfully
I During tests made yesterday and other paraphernalia and in a of 41 percent in sales over first to Key West 10 time after time.
The ornate episcopal coat of! abandoned their plans to sit for brief time a radio transmitting:

arms of each diocese will adorn its I Many of those who atended :final examinations after five the lag distance telephone system and receiving stati6n wad installed the June of 1934. years ago today with Mr. Because of this, he nor his

respective altar, of simple orthodox I said afterward that they had paid years of study in this country. of the American Telephoneand at Big Pine and another at 1 I, Fin Cars Bought Meacham, who purchased It* bodyguards would ever permit a
I of have
Tavernier. I! Surveys previous years
architecture. | admission to theaters many times Little known of Ethiopia ,
Visiting mem-I' was Telegraph company, uninterrupted Yesterday communication and I shown that as American income 000 acres of land at the head picture to be made of him un
for entertainment which could
bers of the clergy will celebratemass j here until events brought the receiving tests were made between I
not 1 to the standard of i communication held increases a greater portion of it awares. The photographer who
on the altar of their homesee. come up i African empire leaping to the was New York and Havana and gave of the island, from the Key
that given by the young Key I Iia I spent on those objects and services -
Space is to be provided be- West artists they had jubt seen I i headlines of the world's press.!I between Havana and New York complete satisfaction, both short I I that bring prominence and Wfesl Realty company, whichhe attempted to make a quick "shot"of

fore each altar for tahe laity. and heard. i Few Britons knew, for example, via Key West, with no wires or 'fectly ave ,radio it was stations said. working per,' approvaL William H. Lough, author intended to develop. the Louisiana "Kiugfish" didso
Sectional : that an Abyssinian prince lies 'I'
Meetings Set 1: buried in St. George's chapel, cables between Big Pine Key and Just when the lines wil be open I of "High Level (Consumption I I at the risk of having his head

The throng which is to pay pub-, CHARLES SANDS I;I where King George and Queen to the public was not stated todayas : ," says that luxuries fall in
lic homage to its Eucharistic Tavernier. there are a number of tests and :BODY OF BAKER cracked and his camera (mashedby
Mary worship when the court is I.these categories. ,
adjustments to be made. These 1
Christ is expected to tax the resources -I RETURNS HERE; in residence at Windsor Castle. Just after the storm when the will be in charge yet of a of exports i'' Milady is also casting fond >> a member of Loa,'. body.
of Cleveland. Church officials -. He was Prince Alamayahu, a group i i
j i I I and technicians who, will remain glances at luxurious automobiles. I ARRIVED TODAYFUNERAL guard.
forces of the
have asked Catholics to ---- 'son of the Emperor Theodore, repair company were
I at Big; Pine and Tavernieruntil I The increase in sales of cars of
throw their homes to the ''and he died, they say, a victim of the decidedto i Few cared to take the risk.
open sent to scene it was the system is ready. i
i GIVES ACCOUNT OF ACTIVITSS -'I! the English climate. I over $3,000 at wholesale is com
overflow crowd. All other branches of the work I Around
: : ON KEYS FOLLOW. I I His life story, if short, was ro- ue another method of communication has been the' parable to the large increases in SERVICES WILL BE Washington, Loag was
completed except
The congress will emphasize in mantic. When Lord Napier exceedingly wary as to who took
I cap- other luxury fields it. being
I I between Pine technical end, it was stated. anda some CONDUCTED TOMORROW:
sectional meetings the activitiesof LOWING STORM tured Magdala April 13. 1868, Big Key his picture even when he agreedto
I group, of employes arrived yesterday 12 percent above 1934 the high-
the church's lay apostolate.J I I and found Theodore -had shot him- and Tavermier which section of afternoon from the Keys est level reached in the last four. AFTERNOON. pose. He either bad .to know
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JSfredmith.: Democratic,I ----<11- aReturning ,i psi Lf, he brought the royal orphan on hand cars and left for Tampaon the photographer r personally or "
:, to England.For the system on the Keys had been 1 years.
from the storm'
nominee for President in 1928,' area I I the S. S. Cuba.In I satisfy himself that he
I last night where he had been emi a time the prince studied at 1 the party were: W. S. Aut- Perfume Demand Climbs The body of William F. Baker, 'wasprop-
completely destroyed.
and Joseph Scott, of Los Angeles,i ployed in rehabilitation work, I II Cheltenham, later transferring to I rey, F. L. Boothe. W. D. Davis II. I The woman who chooses the i age 18, who died Tuesday, Sep- erly credentialed and "safe.

a Knight Commander of St. Gre-I Charles Sands is loud in praise of Rugby, and then to Sandhurst, While repairs were being made M. Furri. H. G. McQusge. O. high priced foreign product to I tember 17, in Miami, arrived this That he should be shot down

gory, and who nominated Herbert. the manner in which FERA where officers are trained for the' youth to Tavernier and north to Morris. J. L. Odom G. H. American perfumes has also expressed -Ii I morning on the Steamship Flor from a source least. expected and

Hoover for president at the Republican -handled the key situation British army. I' Big ,Pine Key, technicians and ra- ard. J. B. Baker. G. J. 1.1 I her perference both this ida. in such undisguised fashion is

national convention of t I Lower Matecumbe, where Mr. Envoy Also Waif Of Battle dio experts arrived from New B. B. Lee., A. P. Stuart and year and last in dollars and cents. Funeral services will be held ironical.
i I Sands was stationed, now enjoys At the time of his death hewas York in planes with, batteriesof Wyatt. '|I I of this I'I tomorrow (Saturday) afternoonat
II Imports commodity are
1932, will be the principal lay perfect sanitary conditions. Men in Leeds where he was receiving I A Tough BodyguardHis
: 4:30 o'clock from the chapelof
still below those of the first half ,
speakers. I I uorking on this island are given special coaching from a' < I I Ii I the Pritchard Funeral Home, fear of the camera persisted
i of 1934, but the six months imports
Sectional sessions will be con- the best of food and have little professor at the university before FIRSTCLAI I i with Rev. Shuler Peele of the in his dying moments. In his de-
I of 1935 than
ducted for and collevemen 1 ON VACANT THRONE MAYBE are greater
university of the Sandhurst
trouble from mosquitoes,; taking one I
and i> or no I'I i were those of the entire years of Fleming Street Methodist Church lirium just. before death he at-
women nurses, he states. A new distilling plant I examinations. *
public servicemen (policemen -I| will soon be constructed tQ supply! In many ways the prince's ALFONSO BRIDAL GIFT TO SON 1932 One or expensive 33. luxury in which I Survivors are the father, Robert tempted to fight off Khe. oxygen

firemen and post office em- the key with pure water, Mr. I early life paralleled that of Dr. : M. Baker; grandmother, Mrs. tent placed over his bed thinkingit

ployes), social service workers,i[Sands understands. Albert Martin, the Ethiopian min! By A..eelaeC Press. men travel indulge abroad as, much and travel as womenis agencies I I I:i George W. Curry. was a device to take his photo-

professional men, young women The work of clearing the is-. later I -- i The deceased is said to have graph.
I estimate that it will be 20 to
and Vatican parent-education Sends groups. land of dead bodies and debris I Dr. Martin too, was a waif from By ALEXANDER H. UHL 1i f fi fanta Luis, Princess of Orleans. 30 percent better than last year, I'been at Matecumbe during the Even his followerheeded his
Papal Legate I and the Magdala battlefield. lie was. i
has been completed more week of the storm with his mother
Priests and nuns also will have than a score of new buildings the first Abyssinian to get a degree -i i MADRID, ,, Sept. 20.-Formal, She is just a year younger than I which since would 1932.make this the best I: and father, spending the week wishes in this respect as he lay

sectional meetings.For have already been constructed. i I at a British university;, abdication of Alfonso XIII, for-I. Juan. :year I II end, having come down from Miami mortally wounded. State policein

the first time in the his- Strict sanitary conditions en-: Edinburgh-and he still has a: Ex-King Alfonso has lost so. where he was employed at the Baton Rouge had orders to use
tory of the national congress a forced the have Scottish accent.jFtQI@A i I I mer king of Spain, as a weddingpresent ; f I BAND CONCERT j l
I' on keys totally I I : nmch popularity in Spain, both j I l First National Bank, and as Monday their guns on any photographer
papal legate will represent the
eliminated sickness or disease. i I to his son, the Infante) because of his flight in October was Labor Day. the day of who attempted to take pictures
Vatican. Pope Pius XI so desi- The islands are served with i ice BRINGS 1 I the hurricane, he decided to remain around the state house or. hospital
Dated Patrick Cardinal Hayes, of and electricity Mr. Sands states.. i, Juan, now titular .Prince of theAuslrias 1931 and his subsequent domestic JACKSONSQUARE at Matecumbe his father .

New York. Men\ wroking on Lower Mate. : I difficulties, that the coming marriage having on to Miami, where the manner
I I J gone Had the senator lived,
r l
will be married in I
In addition, the Pope's personal cumbe will be given the oppor. !67 PASSENGERSSTEAMER who of his son is regarded by he was during the storm. in which the assassin was

secretary, Monsignor Diego tunity ol coming to Key West for I, !I Rome October .12, is the dreami many monarchists as a perfect [ PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED He is said to have been holding J I handled in Baton Rouge undoubt-
Venini, will represent the: papal the week-end at 1 o'clock on Sat I I : his mother when the house in
edly would have done much to discourage
household and will bear a special, urdays, he says. Two boats run ; a large section of Spanish mon moment to start I SUNDAY AFTERNOON 'BY 'which they were staying was'' further his
ARRIVING attempts on ;
chalice from the Vati-f from this island to No Name I, CUBA archists. At the same time monarchist WELTERS BAND I swept away, and he sustained aj life. That display of gunfire put
leaders it is likely that Don ,,I II
and injuries
Key. FROM HAVANA HAS 35 say i crushed arm leg and other on by members of the Leg body-

once- the propert nf Sf Francis ', : Efforts to get the deposed mon- Carlos, 87-year-old Carlist pre- and was taken to a hospital guard after he shot was fearfuL -
; I was
De Sales, will used in solemn PASSENGERS I I
pontifical high masses at the''ONE CASE TRIED ; arch to give up his claim to the I tender, also could be persuaded to l Welters Cornet Band will be in Miami, where the leg was | If ever any doubt prevailedthat
congress. I crown thus far have been fruitless surrender, his claim thus unitingall ,I f heard in concert at Jackson that outfit was tough it certainly -
George W. of Key
I I then
aft- and
Bishop Joseph Schrembs. of the IN COURT TODAYIN Steamship Cuba of the P. and : but high monarchist circles' monarchists behind a common I Square, 4:30 September o'clock 22.Sunday I I West, his grandmother, who is 83'' there. was dispelled

Cleveland diocese, is president of j t I O. S. S. company arrived yesterday I are hopeful that Alfonso may'I candidate. 1 I ernoon The following program has been years of age, lost in the same Liked Martyr Role

the 1935 gathering and national'. afternoon from Havana with I I yield to pressure as a gesture in While Alfonso left ibis thronein ;;arranged by Director Sheddie house three daughters; Mrs. J. B.t What would have happened had
director I
of Eucharistic con- 35 passengers for Tampa Pinder, Miss Winnie and
ALL PROBABILITY CRIMINAL behalf of restoring unity to Spain's_ 1931, he never formally ab: Hannibal: Curry I Long been fortunate enough ta
grosses. tailed 6:30 o'clock with 17 I
passengers I Mrs. Robert H. Baker, mother of
from Key West. divided monarchists. :dicated. One of his first acts in i I America. William I i survive the assassin's ballet ts
COURT TERM WILL Modoc" Geo. William; one grandson, Some are of the
I Steamship Florida of the same Hope In Sturdy PrinceIn I: exile was to issue a manifesto in I II March "Big Baker. and one great-grandson, ; problematicaL
NEW that it might have tem-
AT opinion
END TOMORROW line arrived this.: morning from I Juan, these monarchists see which he said he had been forced!I I Frank Lowe.NEWAUTO. > actions.
I Selection 'L'J;tipiel"TKellerBela. pered his future They
Miami\ with, 127 first class pas- I out and had not surrendered his!I
a new hope for restoration of the 1 believe it may have taken from
HOME OF HARRIS and second class for i I rigfu ts.
sengers I throne. The is 22 I I Trot "In A Little Gypsy of the ruthlessness and
Ezekiel Palenzuda tried. Havana, 29 first and 10 second ,, prince and is [ The fact that he has replaced.I Fox : \ TAGS him some
was I strong and vigorous in contrast Tea Room"-Leslie Burke. belligerency fie so frequently dis
for Key West. :: his chamberlain the late Duke de
this I
morning in criminal court on i March "Lights Out"-E. E. I
1! The Florida sailed 8:45 o'clock i with his two elder brothers, Alfonso -!! Miranda, by the Marquis de la RECEIVED played.
of assault [
a charge and battery on i
3Ir. and :'Irs.orman D. Harris 1 1altern'oon I McCoy. I Others, however, are convinced
announce the arrival of a boy at the person of a colored woman,1 I for Havana, will return 9 o'clock tomorrow for former heir apparent who]I Eliseda, a young deputy in the I Owerture, "Golden Gates", 4 if he had escaped with hill life he

their home, 818 Francis street,I and found not guilty by a jury. and sail .I 1 suffers from, hemophelia, and:t present Spanish tortes is regarded I It Southwell. I would have been more ruthless
Miami. as indicating Alfonso ,him TWELVE HUNDRED IN HANDSOF
this Jurors who heard and decided I t i Fox Trot "Isle of Capri"-Will than
morning.The Cabin Cruiser Doctor Brinkley Jaime who is a deaf mute. He has and belligerent ever. They
self realizes the need for
little fellow will be named I the case were: Charles R. Williams I I i young Grow. visualize him the floor of
BE t can on
I arrived in port this morning after served in the Spanish and British blood. i CITY CLERK: TO
Norman Douglass. Jr. ;i Henry Johnson, Ramon l i I Waltz, "Little Ruby"-W. L. I the senate shouting that he had
i I being out of service for one year[navies and has been i Some 4,000 monarchists' are
groomed as
Torres Eddie : :
Albury, Sr., Frank DISTRIBUTEDCity
Mother sjpd baby are reported Skaggs. warned his colleagues that political -
I' 'I] in Miami. The yacht is being; '! planning to to Rome for the I
to be doing nicely. i| Guerro and Clarence Key. be !| a potential candidate for the go March, "York_ 7I1'emeD"-B. E.Crumlin. enemies were out to take his
Galveston to joined I
.'taken to of Infante Juan and a -
Mrs.\ Harris was formerly Miss: One other case was on the' throne.Ilia I wedding life and they in turn were only
Lula Mae Pent.RAW. 'I docket i for trial today but as L,,, by the owner and came to Key I marriage,_to
A. Harris, attorney for the de- West for fuel oil and supplies. I by monarchists as (perfectly in accord wedding present. Scott Key. 'ItI received. 1200 city auto- They also say that Long was
I ,
MILK ,1 fendant was ill, the case was con.; with dynastic necessities.The I mobile license tags to be issued to too shrewd not to reattce the

tinued for the term. ex-Prince of the Austrias t RED CROSS FUND! I owners of cars and other motor Irantatic position he would have
PASTEURIZER MILK I i Judge J. Vining Harris rn--I\ Fruits and Vegetables married a Cuban commoner, thus I I DRESSED POULTRY 'I vehicles in Key West. Jceupied. Everything that he

BUTTER1IILKCHOCOLATE\ nounced a recess until tomorrow r, Large and Varied Shipment cutting himself off from1 the i:I F.r Benefit of-s-; Sufferers!I Select stock of Roasting Pullets No change has been made in did while living had something of

MILK morning 10 o'clock. I Received This Morning at throne, while Juan is marrying a I On Florida KeysPreviously I Fryers and Young .I title tags from those of last year. the dramatic about it. The assassination

Sweet Cream, Heavy and Light j Clerk: C. Sam B. Curry, of th: |distant cousin Princess Maria de, acknowledged $58.00 Fat Duck. They are of white background, bad it failed would

I j I court, announced today thai t Lowe's Cash Grocery la Esperanza youngest child of i I Miss Leila Pitcher __...__.. 2.50 I Fulford Poultry Farm with red lettering. Date for the dave been chock full of drama oft

ADAMS DAIRYPHONE II jurors at this term would tomorrow .I 1117 Division St. Phone 675. the Infante Carlos (Prince Charles t' _:.: I' Can 880 I Deliver I licenses to be placed on sale is I e kind be would have utilized

454 ,I afternoon be paid $396. I I of Bourbon two Sicilies) and In Total- $60.50 October 1. 1 with zeal aid UHing effect.




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r TAX IGNORANCEOne 1 hardness of heart and softness! of r j The temperature of the son neat!

. I: 11tbc Ittp f5t Citizen I;ii\ TODAY'S WEATHER 1] KEY WEST IN brains: there is a very thin parti-'', its surface is about 6,000 centu
Published Dailies s."t Sunday By often hears the expression "I tion. grade degrees.
L: P. ARTMAPe.stdeat don't pay any taxes I don't make enough 1 !
. JOE ALLE\. But*_ HS.w ... I The first game in the five-game
' From The CltUen Building money for that. But as a matter of bit- I Tempera tare*' und Saturday except prt&ably: I Here J..t 10 Year series between Key West and Being beautiful means jobs fen!
t Corner Greene and Ann Streets ter fact everybody, pays taxes in some, Highest ........_.:.,.,....,..".".,..._89 scattered showers in South por Ago Today A* Taktfc FromOf Okeechobee was lost yesterday']''many New York girls who! pow
1 OtUrDaRy\ New.pape--aKe;; ,. West and )(onro. Lowest .'. ._ ,.. .. .79 tion. I Th. Fil.. T-i* Clti** afternoon in that city by the Key I I for advertisements. '
. County.Entered form or another though many are indirect, i Mean ..:. .::...::....::::.:: ::: :: : ::::84 Jacksonville to Florida Straits West team. It was one of the (

at K.yVeat.. Florida as second clan matter. and very few people know that they pay Norma' Mean ..._....................82 and East Gulf: Gentle variabl. I Purchase of Southeast Point hardest fought and most interesting -
.( the AfcMciateil I>ei_- them and the amount absorbed in the. pur- I ; Rainfall' winds and partly overcast weather 1'and Long Beach extending westward *! games seen in that city for
the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use chase price of an article. I f Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. tonight and 'Saturday with a few I! to New Found Harbor Keys !some time according to telegrams I
far rtrijSoAtiom of all new dispatches credited tot < Normal Precipitation... .24 Ins. scattered shojrtrs. |!was announced today by City Attorney received here. The score was J
the: :)r local not news otherwise published credited here.In this paper and also The purchaser of a loaf of bread according Thin. rrrri! cw...... :.-a..rar prrhMiUK -- I I IWEATHEK I J. Lancelot Lester. Title Okeechobee 1, Key West 0.
to the National Investment Transcript I ".< : *t ....... .... tmmrmlmf.Tomorrow's CONDITIONS j i was taken in the name of his associated -' i iI i
N 'NATIONALASSOCIATION[IroRIAlCI ) pays 17 kind of taxes when he lays i I AlmanacSun by Mr. Lester. The price Malcolm Meacham owner of the '
rises .._ .. .._ .. 6:15 a. m. Pressure is low this morning paid for the 163 acres is $197-
< his dime the counter.If I ......_. ...... Meaham traet purchased
G'JYlrmt ir-a. y 9 3 S on Sun sets 6:25 p. In. from the Gjlf of St. Lawr.,T ejreuthward j i 000 according to Mr. Lester.' 'The some r
time from the West
BVBSCR1PTIOM: RATES he walks home on leaving the store Moon rises ..__....12:58 a. m. off the north I property extends ever one long Realty ago on the Key eastern, j!

On Six Months Tear "__=___..-': :-='-" :_':'':'=::==::.-.:-111.0.600: he is wearing out shoes which are taxed 23 Moon sets __'':'-;._. Tide.' 2:50 p. m.Tomorrow' dle Atlantic (oasts. Father! 'md'i I peninsula and is one of the most end of the company island comprising ap-, Hire This
rhre Months -- 1.11 I times.; Quebec 2?.71 inches and! a !. ; picturesque and attractive high1sections ; proximately 1,000 acres, arrived''
line Month .85 A.M. P.M. diKtarbaicr; is central over the of land for development;i
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:::::::==:::=: .10 I I in Key West this afternoon from Of ADVERTISING RATES! If he rides in an automobile he is pay- High m....... 4:37 6:34 upper Mi-wiss-ippi: Valley.Minne: in Sooth Florida. It has two and\ New York accompanied by Mrs. 'I Army

Made known on application. ing 42 different kinds of taxes. Low 12:06 apolis, Mi'T.\ 29.76 incites! witha one half miles of ocean frontageand Mtaeham,'special attorney Robert I "Salesmen"THEY'RE
10:53 treugn of low extending ; bay frontage of about two {
SPECIAL &OTICB All these pressure Amtin Gayle MacFadden and c.1
All rf'&din8' notices cards of thanks, resolutions of taxes obviously are in- Barometer 8 a.. m. today: sout>r'ctwani; over Arizona miles. 'I
respect, obituary notices etc. will be charged for at direct-and few of know that Sea level 30.02.WEATMSK and 'Ca'ifonia. D. Gaffe of West Palm Beach. THE ADVER-
very us
the rate of 10 cents a 11... we Light io> moderate The engineers 'will begin making
Notices revenue",for Is to entertainments be derived are by 5 churches cents a from line. whicha pay them. As the Transcript says "Tax J FORECAST I showers and thunderstorm* Eight lots in the Florecita Sub a survey! of the land this afternoon J 1 TISING COLUMNSof
The ,Citizen Is an open forum and Invites dlscnsKlon ignorance kU the crowning element in have occurred since' yesterday division on Boca Chica were sold and will te ready to. make a
of public issues and subjects nt local or general mass I morning throughout mast .rf the I I today according to Mrs. Mary Mc- tomrorow aternoon. Mr. -
interest. but It will not publish a no. .mous commnnlrationa. ignorance today." Most of us pay few or (Till 8 p. m.. Saturday) East Gulf States and along the Knight general sales representative -, MeftfhaM report said today that he intends -I

no taxes directly-and think becauseof Key West and Vicinity: Partly south Atlantic coast except in The land the entire
we of Vie subdivision. to fully develop I
that we are contributing nothing to the I cloudy .tonight and Saturday, southern Florida and from the was sold to an English ayndieate.1 t tract. Just. what his plans are he I The Key West
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST w upper :Mississippi Valley eastward I I Total} consideration for the land .'would not at this time Pay a
cost of government. to the north and middle Atlantic the of CitizenThey'll
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN : / $22,500. much depends on report
There is not a thing in the world thatisn.t / 'J..L .1 I coasts: and there have been light the engineers.
ft .. rains in the far Southwest and Patty Lou and Betty Gene take your messageto
taxed. The house we live in repre- xr : ..
I' j jS lOft the coast of Washington. Temperatures were the given to the twin home in the city
1. Water and Sewerage. sents a legion of taxes-running all the \ ;. i. have fallen this morning names Mrs. Subscribe to The Citizen. every
\ i daughters of Mr. and Floyd and SELL 'EM your waresor
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- way from taxes on standing timber to taxes lLI- j'II throughout most of the Lake Whafton when they were christened .
and Plateau States and services.
region LOPEZ
land. paid by the store which sold the finishing d;: ?C fl ri I II' ( Sunday in St. Mary's Star of BENJAMIN
minimum of
&t.:: # readings freezing The Sea Catholic church by Rev.;; FUNERAL HOME
$. Free Port. paint and the manufacturers which produced 41 I I and slightly below were reported A. L. Maureau. Godparents of. Key West PHONE 51
it. Food clothing transportation j ,ft f from the Canadian province of Serving
4. Hotels and Apartments. I the twins are J. Lancelot Half C Bt.ry
entertainment, periodicals books-the tax 'Sliow;r;-- Partly Cloudy I I Alberta; while elsewhere temperatures and Miss Cornelia BolL These, 24 Hoar Ambulance>> Servtco The Citizen
generally .or
5. Bathing Pavilion. are near
twins have the distinction of hav-
bill is a substantial item in their cost to the Ucm.el
probably occasional showers; gen above normal.
6. AirPorts-Land and Sea. l ing three living grandmothers: 135 Night 696-\\
consumer.It tle variable winds. G. S. KENNEDY.
I Mrs. Euphemia Maloney. Mrs.
7. Consolidation of County and City' Officer In Char I
.:- Governments. is obvious that these indirect taxes Florida: Generally tonight ; Mary E. Bethel and Mrs. Susan B.: ,--- ----- ... --

-which provide the bulk of governmental \Vhalton
: I
revenue--fall' more heavily on persons of .The new Ford automobile recently -

In time of peace, reflect on war. moderate means than on those with higher Today's Today In History purchased by Henry Marshall -

incomes. A loaf of bread will last a millionaire ..............000....... public chauffeur was taken I|i Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty
Anniversaries from the Mallory yards in Keyj I'
Are those who as long as it will a laborerandthe 1797-The ship Constitutioi. I
you one of goes to ........................ ("Old Ironsides" launched at West Saturday night by some unknown ''
church without helping the preacher? tax is the same on the loaf etch buys. ) person. driven to the coun- Loan Bonds Are Advised To
Tax reduction would be the greatest boon 1815-Charles }I. Walcot, noted Boston. ty road and there practically: de- '
American actor and father ofa molfcbed. The toil of the car and I I
It would be fine for creditors if folks the average American could have-a boon noted actor of the same name. 1848-First meeting of the cushions were cut to pieces, Several -I See Us With ReferenceTo
reflected born in England. Died in Philadelphia American Association for the Advancement removed end other damages
that would at once be in more parts I I
would check
sign a as readily as they sign
May 10. 1868. of Science. done. City police and county
jobs more purchasing power more spending -
a petition. officials are investigating the I The New Treasury -

for the necessities and luxuries which 1818-Edward A. O'Neal lawyer -I 1870-Italian troops under Ca- matter but up to the present no .

keep the industrial machine turning.We Confederate officer, Alabama dorna marched into Rome--com clue to the identity: of the miscreants
Many\ refuse to join public movemrtte FinancingThe
will have tax reduction when we governor, born in Madison Co.,I i pleting the unification of Italy. has been found. :
because they'd( rather remain on the side- Ala. Died Nov. 7 1890. I '
less tax not until then. F1orid-K:;;
lines and criticize.It spend money-and j 1870-Crown Prince-of Prussia The Bond and

Only massed public opinion backed up 1829-Albert J. Myer, noted 1 enters Versailles France, which )Mortgage company will begin! work I Itliortly
I had surrendered Franco-Prussian on its hew office building
by knowledge of the facts can bring it I
signal officer, whose weather -
takes only a few minutes to find in about. The cost of government can and observations and warnings,resulted -, War. at Reynolds the corner streets.of This Flagler beautiful and First National Bank of Key \West

others the faults we cannot discover in must be reduced-all the way from. Washington in the U. S. Weather Bureau I 1899-Oapt. Dreyfus of Fran e.I building hi Martello Tower subdivision i
born at Newburgh. N. Y-
ourselves in a lifetime. been left Devil'sj will be of the Spanish- i
island of West. pardoned
down to the Key Died in Buffalo Aug. 24. 18 SO. shaving I
Island after serving term there Moorish type in stucco finish in :Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal
of more than four I varying tone, similar to that ud 1 :
The Citizen ought to'be in every homein TAKING A WIDER VIEW 1833-David R. Locke, Ohio j years. I on buildings' in Coral Gables and I'' Deposit Insurance Corporation

Key West and we hope to add new journalist-humorist creator oC 1918-Beginning of the battle other Florida resorts.
Although many writers deplore the the "Rev. Petroleum Vt'stl iusNasby" of Meuse-Argonne.\ I : I \..
names to our subscription list each day.
letters, famous in Civil ,Editorial comment: Between
alleged lower standard of current magazines J
War days born at Vestal, N. Yt| The chief Itakll-Shi-1 _.. .
temple at -- --
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which are extremely popular with a Died in Toledo Feb. 13, 1888. -
2 Mussolini years ago had a couple of ma, near Hiroshima Japan dates, -
certain class of people reports from book- from 687. "
lion cubs with which to play, but he is going 1837-taurenus: C. Seelye Congregational i
sellers and librarians declare that there is
to tackle the Lion of Judah in earnest. clergyman, first presU.
Philadelphia. Died Feb. 18, See line of---
demand the better of
a growing for sort
literature. ton, Mass., born at Bethel C<,cnt

Civilization being what it is, more Works dealing with travel, history Died Oct. 12, 1924. ', 1862-Hobart A. Hare famed

people have heard of Sally Rand than of and biography are being called for in increasing 0'I Philadelphia physician professor. GLASSWARECHIN
many a saintly mother who gives her life 1851-Arthur Peterson navy medical editor and writer born
numbers especially those pertaining pay inspector, author, editor, born.there. Died June 15, 1931.
for her children.
to foreign countries. .
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There is no doubt that the war and

=:. At 71 Senator McAdoo of California the important events which have followedit

gets married for the third time. Must be have given the American people a wider

tie clim.ate.Fort Myers News-Press. outlook on the world and a desire to know HOW OLD IS YOURREFRIGERATOR y E

Where's your loyalty to Florida? more of the countries and peoples whichare

-.-. playing such important parts in its

.. Efforts are being made to halt work affairs. ?

JJi the construction of the cross-state canal. Newspapers generally both dailies

Most probably they will be useless as it isfjitile and weeklies, find! their readers are interested .

to stand in the way of progress. in a wider range of topics than formerly If your refrigerator is five years old you

and ar
It is estimated by scientists that the and editorials|dealing with national and kitchen and be ahead.:
Gulf Stream in the Atlantic gives off international-matters: now money

enough heat to warm the air all over This all means that the people of America .- Operating savings will pay for it. ", A WARE

Northern Europe so air-conditioned Europe and" particularly the rural population The first G-E Monitor Top-with its sealed-in-steel I

owes its thanks to the warm ocean are outgrowing the narrow provin- I mechanism revolutionized refrigeration costs. Now
the efficiency of this matchless mechanism has been
current of the Atlantic.
cialism of the past and are eager for con- amazingly increased.Today's General Electric Refrigerators I

tact with the rest of the world through have double the cold producing capacityof

Give the League of Nations some battleships books newspapers moving pictures and 1930 models and use 40% less electric current.

plus accessories; some thousands the radio. I
not only save 40% in new General Electric Refrigerator
it will have backbone. One must have WHERE TO FIND A MATE operating cost, bat you will will bring you.
bate the advantages of all Remember fall and winter
teeth doesn't
to bite; barking scare any-
new convenience features. foodpricaWlllbehiper.odAutomaric
body. Bow wow; that didn't scare you, Statistics: are generally pretty dull In tenor Lighting. you will peed dependable
Sliding Shelves. Foot Pedal refrigeration more than ever.
did it? reading but to a man or woman in search Door Opener. Stainless

of a mate in a community where unmar- Steel Super Freezer.Temperature
Control for fast freezing
P. T. Barnum was accustomed to ried persons of the opposite sex are few, a and defrosting switch. l fa I

spring all kinds of hoaxes and made the recent publication of the Department of

people pay for them. lie is quoted with Commerce may be of interest.It Tatats t _+ I $1.00 and up per Dinner Set

the wont "People want to be cheated." is shown that the real happy hunt- I' Re4Tt9e -- -
I 'grt0. ..
Unfortunately there are certain newspaper .- ing grounds for women seeking husbands e S I .

men so-called who are inoculatedwith should be North and South Dakota where I Many other useful and decorative

the same disregard for the exigencies. the single men outnumber the unmarried I .U .
N articles for home
women 10 to 1. On the other hand, the'Ii i U R. / your .<

Perhaps there has never been another I greatest surplus of unattached females is'.in 1,

time in the history of the United States Washington D. C., where there are 1 i J
when it was so necessary for Americans to I twice as many unmarried women as men. ..........r......... .-. liftop Models lid l

assert their faith in the Constitution. That I A little surprising is the information J SO-23 d down t $2.00.down j Sooth Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
and $3.23 a month $2.00 a month
Cuhvark of our hope and strength as a na- that in the country as a whole there are .

Con needs to know its friends. It is time twice as many single men as single women i Phone 59S White and Eliza Streets

for its supporters to come forth unafraid therefore it should be entirely possible for The Key West Electric Co.
"Your borne is worthy of the best"I
in the with modicum of looks i
stand aligned good
to solidly name of any woman a :!: _

freedom justice, and liberty. J I or money, to get her man. I

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"= aY MAfU Golf LinksBy Mr. Samuel Harris received a:'

couple of new clubs a day or so If yea do set receive your

8Yt/qrtl9r tats kkt lwny daTs fftton mattes,Ia ortlafMi otmuU / hair,drive bit car as rut ai it would I SPORTS ago and each club Is guaranteed. paper by <1S c'doct I. tkeafteraooa

loim lift after graduation<< to? i I ( GRAVY) to give a drive of 25 yards more tall
from Ardm jr. Colttte. Her frrff*t- telephone 81
eat w.worlee arc of Jndlfk .. f> v<4 .c'V ::: &l"JaiJ: was Incapable of anything BO Jure-' this is known by M:-. Atwood I a paper
r io David..t I a.t r tllvUfvl: ; plantation./ tollh and unco&aidered. After all, what are a few mos- Sands the Duke was heard to tella year Ia...... A complaint boy

Dodd disappeared Into CMa end Why should I risk your life and, quitoes between friends! And postoffice visitor that now the U .. duty at this office fr..

teats fca not ey Cmtty tee Heard Emulv front ka* tke.Iace.( timid. At mine- be would have asked In snr- --- especially' if the friends are the Postmaster will be getting the I 6:15 ,. 7tl5 p. _. for the

end proveto EiiTi* Bane, cud a prise "when It Isn't at all Importantthat i j golf game and the player. Buta unheard of distance of 30 yardson I pnrpo** .| delivering com.pUiats. .

job al t... EUton I1A. i.Ubror now qvarrelnffritk for comffntatton. we hurry CUBS AND CARDS !I FERA OUTFIT WINS DIAMONDBALL I few individuals were too "skeet- each and every" shot. All of I Help us give lOa tOOperet
Aer board ..a r 's kkedbo.tsa : er-conscious" and so' failed to get
His ot him service 81
ear. too. was typical : ( which caused the Postmaster to by
an Immaculate smaU sedan practical in the weekly eXcrciSe! but instead say to Old Bye that even so, he If yo do aot receive The CidTlI.I'.4T..tIT.lII -
Chapter 15ESCAPET and comfortable.. With a quizzical KEEP ON WINNING I I FROM LIGHTHOUSE GAME\ TONIGHT, elected to stay home and would outdrive Mr. Sands by one s.s.
smile she remembered David's take a snooze. '
yard on ill shots except putts.
roadster of four-no, dear heaven IN PENNANT I

.*TMJE chairman looked nneomfort- It was fire years ago! DIAMONDBALL. GAME YESTERDAY LOPEZ TEN AND BUSY BEES We find that in the first match', I j ja ,: ................ teeeeeee .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei
able. He bad reluctant admiration The roadster had had .sToday's

a a top. Justas
AFTERNOON RESULTS WILL B2 SEEN IN very friendly one indeed, play- !i
for Emily but she was far too David had had a hat but neither CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
mall and too pretty to be so strong- of them was ever used. Bat like Da. : CINCINNATI REDS AND PITTSBURGH IN 74 SCOREBy ACTIONBy ed by those two guys with an >' I i I Horoscopeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
electric complex that neither
minded. She ran the library beautifully vid. she admitted honestly the road. i I was I'
PIRATES ALSO VIC. better than the other. It seemsthat !
though and she was a decided ster had been enjoyable only In fair I
JOVE Cookie half the Today degree seems to indicate -
( ) ( JOVE) won one
social asset so there was no quettloo weather.
of dismissing lIer.I The Lighthouse ten lost their Bayview Park will be lighted; up match but along came Charlie I''eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee an alert mind with considerable
Edwin the Into her
swung car own ANOTHIR LOSSSpecial 'second game of the first half in again tonight. And the eternal Salas and did the same on the business intuition, but with
think It quite as Important he driveway and the air was Immediately I I
said blandly"that they be kept from cooler with the mist of the Social League yesterday afternoon 'rivals will stroll on the field to other half, so whet the heck. Both i II a peculiar disposition, and possibly
In-I when the Administration try to each other for the boys had a very nice time batting an awkwardness of bearing. The
Bid as well as young. We cannot pannier numerable sprats. The lawn : : I conquer 'FOR REIo'T-5-i'oom furnished
to the low tastes of the major. green-gold In the fading sunlight
ity. purple in the shadows: not even September NEW YORK, Sept. 20.And inning they had to play. The final I The Lopez Funeral Home dia- and left the course in a very" good I garage. 514 Margaret street. I practical trend of mind, to over

"Then why expect the majority to she thought disrespectfully still the Cards and Cubs keep score was 7 to 4. I mondball ten have won 13 games frame of mind. Phone 152.:I. septlStf I come what may be a certain lack

read your books?" Emily demanded. dared to lay Its searing hand upon fighting neck and neck in the Na- In', the last frame of the scheduled I and the Busy Bees have captured I I -----:- : of executive select ability, or an inability

"Yon have to choose yon !know. Frances Felton'a gardens. tional League pennant chase as number of innings the Beacon 12. Daddy Sawyer played againstIke TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED to proper methodsto

She rose smiled charmingly Into "Won't you stay for a swim?" she theend of the season is drawing boys scored one run to tie the i If the Bakers win this game I Russell but after nine holes r APARTMENT. Conveniences i /it i the work.

their astonished faces. "If there's no asked him lazily. "The prospect of rapidly near. And still the Giants score and-one extra inning had to i they will tie the Embalmers for I Ike claimed he left part of his porches! 519 Elizabeth I

further business I shall ask yon to one has kept me going all after. keep fading out of the picture, as I be played before the decision! was I the year's victories. But if they I golf equipment at home and would street. Apply 523 South Florida, low ranking dairy

tiense me." noon." far as league leadership is con I I reached. lose the Funeral Homers will be have to go get same. Daddy says I ard street. sept 14 .I state, is increasing the number of

She found the reading-room full He hesitated because he wanted cerned. I I In the overtime frame four hits i two to the good. this was on account of he was its cows.

to thk window-tills with school children so badly to stay, and because he had Yesterday afternoon, with Lee I and a sacrifice, coupled with one Players tonight will be: playing a good game. Ike has FURNISHED APARTMENT with I

wboai the assistant was vain- never outgrown -his youthful lack in the box, the Windy City Tribe error- gave the Office boys three .I Lopez not been intervieved as! yet. Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson The area of Tasmania, 26.215

ly trying to quelL Her head ached of self-confidence In her presence.. downed the New Yorkers, 6 to 1, I runs and the game. Gonzalez, If; 1001 Eaton street. Phone I miles, is roughly that of Scotland

with their demands and with the "I'd like to-very much. and thereby rung up No. 16 in I At bat the leaders were A. De- Baker, ss; ; 879-J. sept4lmoxFOR I .
September heaL Then HI see you In ten minutes. their consecutivewinnirig splurge. I meritt who hit three out of three McCarthy, cf; I And so Daddy Sawyer waited I

The dock seemed to be moving There's a suit for'ydn the bath- The 1935 Cubs became the first :and Domenech, with two out of as W. Cates, 3b; until the threesome composed of .SALE I
backwards.. decided house.. i times Jackie Carbonell Sterling Ib Bill Malone. Josie Lopez and Sam-
Emily wearily. many up. ;
Chicago team to win that many FOR SALE-Second hand furni-
Goldsmith! around. I
uella came I
Almost an hoar until she could The Jade-green water amazingly in the hit three out of four chances Albury, sb; !
usher the shuffling children out and cool was like a tonic. She dove and Barnes on their own grounds hi< I In the field the leaders were Ingraham, c; Joe and Berlin then became part ture. 1007 Division- street.
WindyCity's major league *-
home for swam like a porpoise trying valiantly the ners as did Sam &: Bill with the sept9-3tx
swim before for
go a quick tory." The loss pushed the Giants Ward Dion and Archer Kerr. sf; I RUSSELL'SCIGAR :s
i dinner. to shed the day's lethargy while, outfit and Wick H. Gates rf net result Berlin was on a winning I
Lighthouse ,
seven and half behind the ;
a games -Quality Printing
She began to catalogue a shipment devotion.Edwin watched He swam her as with be drove a dog-like: precisely !pace setters and five games from I ers; riomenech and Bunny Rob- A. Lunn or C. Gates, p; I,pretty; team.good golf Josie, the was harder shooting the I'| the Lowest Prices. The AJ't.1
of new books, and wondered If : erts for the Office boys. M. Arias, C. Lunn and Sawyerin
Redbirds. Uncertainties
and efficiently without exerting the second place better the results. Bill man Press aug7
shot the
it wouldn't be simpler to phone for I Score by innings: R. H. E. reserve. j _
baseball is revealed I
William and the car instead of any more speed or effort than Administration Bo Bee j I tried to beat Old Man Schedule STOREo
is realized that immediately y TYPEWRITING PAPER GOO
the occasion demanded.If when it little
trudging home in the heat It 5 tut the water was a !
dusty 310 03 7 13
000 Hale 3b
before the Cub-Giant series the ; sheets 75c:. The Artman Press
It of ,
seemed ridiculous to be driven home were a case rescuing someone deep IT* spots But he had a good I
P. ft -
Castro -
be would forth the last New Yorkers defeated the world ; ang7
put veetike Lighthouse000 "
from chauffeur time so was veryhappy
work by a but there 030 10-( 8 1 A. Acevedo, ss anyway,
of his strength and. if that was champion Cards three straight ;
was no In hair to home in a good frameof
sense wearing a and go Baseball ReturnsBy
shirt just because you could afford a Insufficient would quietly and mat- games and then turned right Batteries: E. Roberts Ward, p; mind. Daddy and Joe both OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two> Daily

silk one. ter-of-factly drown without ever around and lost four straight to Rueda; F. Stickney and C. Stick-" Griffin, c; went home in a very" good frameof bundles for 6c. The Citizen Of

realizing that he had been hetolc. Chicago.The ney. Sweeting 2b; lice octl6 Wire
In the end she decided mind, too.
against It was a pity she thought for the St. Louis Cardinals kept Higgs. If; I
phoning and found Edwin who had hundredth time, that all the major and half behind the eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFOLLOWING Bethel, Ib; PIANO TUNING --0-
a games :
outside.expected He to be helped busy her waiting Into for his her carSOUtlto1l virtues .were so uninspiring to live Cubs when they smashingly! de- Alfonso! ef; Mr. William Wesley Watkinsand I COME IN AND GET THE

with. Machin, rf; partner, Mr. Edward Strunk PIANO TUNER, Laureano Moreno .
feated the Brooklyn Dodgers, OF THE
1,. grateful\ for the welcoming -
The swim over. Edwin hesitatedat Cerezo Barcelo and in the razzle-dazzle to Charlie
smile she bestowed. to 1. It was another victory" for Capote put I Excellent piano for sale MAJOR
the door of his car, the stiff straw Ketchum and Willie Willie
Dizzy Dean after three straight THROUGHBy reserve. 1 Kemp. I cheap. 1018 Division street (!
"You look tired be said gently, hat In hIs band. "Are you-doing defeats. Hd allowed only six hits. The game will start promptly]j'. was proud to announce that aug26lmox'ROOMS : LEAGUES0
with a glance at the heavy shado..sbeneath anything tonight and .
The Pirates downedthe at 8 o'clock. II they had three the opposition -
her eyes The same question hopefully and Pittsburgh had zero. Willie claims that this !
( )
Emily's lids drooped. The light Edwin still went Boston Braves 9 to 1. It was ; J CIGARS CIGARETTES
hesitantly put. show you that they are human was because! Mr. Strunk was j
was brilliant and grateful after the through the formality of asking for No. 107 in the lost column for the eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* I' SOFT DRINKS,
just like you and I and our guessis : breezing along like a hurricane "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled
stilt heated iarkness of the library."I .I evenings that had been his for two Braves Cincinnati won another Just a few words tOanswer my ETC. '
I just as good as theirs-and I : but Pious admits he helped fomej f in price and location
am. September In Alabama This time she him. game from the Phillies, this time dear fellow writer Oscar
years. surprised sports I
still say that Louis will win in 10 occasionally.! Doc did not get a i running water 128 N. E. 4th
ought" deleted from the calen "Nothing but going to bed." She by the score of 6 to 1. Pita: First he says that William rounds. free show out of the match but I. street, Miami, Fla. ang26-lmox|I
dar. I smiled to soften the answer. But In the only American League Cates and George Nodine will be I

lie was shifting gears staring. you must be sure to come tomorrow game, the_ Boston! Red: Sox once I shaping up for football pretty -.. -----

hard at the gray-blue pavement night" more 'defeated the league-leading soon. I think differently because! :

ahead of him. The pavement was His face glowed thanking ber for Detroit Tigers. 4 to 1. Lefty Cates Is going out to make good I

mottled with ciadows' from the the twenty-four hours of anticipation Grove was!'! on the mound for Boston in baseball and there is nothing in I -.
great elms that almost met over with which she had
presented and the victory was his 19th
football for him and Nodine, y
head. him. He drove almost gaily away. of the season.' "He ain't what he used to be! '
"Are you-going to work on there well'l % 1
The summaries follow: FIRMS
.nether year- he brought out at was on the terrace LEAGUE
hart I think that some good
cool In the September At St. Louis R. II. E.
'" boxing in the city will bring far
1 h veB't decided yet After dusk. I
my Frances looked very young Brooklyn __........__.___._...... 1 6 S results than those "pro" %
outburst this afternoon they more
may In the muted light but her hus St Louis ....._.............__ 913 3 fights which have so
regret hating urged me to.- band's face looked shadowed and we seen I
Baker and Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
: Benge,
He looked perturbed. If Emily Insisted old. Emily felt the old surge of pity many times that they are growing -
on working he considered the for Jeffrey who had been sentenced I Lopez; J. Dean and Delancey. monotonous Or you might match

library the most genteel calling sbe to spend his life In the rarefied atmosphere Pittsbu--; F..I local boys with some outside fight
could have chosen. He real very' lit. > of his wife's Ideals. At R. II. ers to draw a crowd but you know,

tie himself, but he had the non She hated to shatter the evening's I Boston ...........,....._.._._ 6 10 i i Oscar that is out of the question.

reader's almost superstitious respectfor peace by Introducing; a controversial Pittsburgh .______._._._.___ 710 11 I JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES
books subject but there was no choice. She Batteries: Betts. Cantwell and !I And, of course, the reason Roy I TIFT'SYou'll

**I hope yon didn't offend them. could postpone the discussion' but Spohrer; Birkofcr, Hoyt and Hamlin dropped out of promoting j find out how

be said. she couldn't avoid It. She drank Grace. fights was that he was making sot I FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
She smiled ruefully "1 did worse. deeply of her Iced coffee. much money I.e did not know whAt : 328 SIMONTON ST. good it in when you try

1 offended! their prejudices. It was "Mr. Small asked me at the meet- At Chicago R. n. E. '! to do5ith it! the first cup, Jb 25c. SPECIALTY
the heat I think: spontaneous com 'ing today about this winter. 1101 Division Street
____._._ 160'Chicago ?'
bustion.itappeaed. She told him what had Her mother glanced; sharply at New York...............-......... 6 13 1 I As if*.the pH,1oin:! of the winner P L U I BIN G LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES
her. "Abont taking the library you in the/ Louis-Baer fight in which PHONE 29
His perturbation deepened. "But. mean?" Batteries: Hubbell Stout and l|11 asked each and every fight fan v. & S.. Ib 15c.
Emily, I think they're right There's "Tea. My Is this month. Mancuso; Lee and Hartnett.l j
year np that replaced in this column of
i j i
euolS tnhapplness and Immorality -What did yon tell him?" I'The Citizen on September 11, I I Roasted in Key Weil by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

In real life"Wlthoat-" She could see that Frances had At Cincinnati R. II. E. ,; want to say this: Bobby Schultz 1 DURO PUMPS Groceries

readln. about It Inbooks. guessed at her Indecision; had Philadelphia ..'.<_....._.--- 140 told me that he nicked Maxit Bacr STAR COFFEE bULL
." she broke In and finished for dreaded It. Her father .was silent Cincinnati......_.._.._._. 6 10 0;( to win the decision Joe Louis J PLUMBING SUPPLIES. NURSERY
tine Fresh
aim. "I dont understand why they 512 Greene Street Complete
1 told him I hadn't decided yet"Frances Batteries: Bivin and Wilson, !
i and Oscar claims he M for '
haven't put yon on the Board. -ate her salad daintily Todd Derringer and Lombard! now PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
j: Louis. I would like to know who PHONE 597
you are-still undecided-It seemsto 1
he is for. And to Mr. Artman.
LOOKED so hurt that she .was me aa excellent position to have.." *
He AMERICAN LEAGUE j ji 'he believes Joe Louis will win
ashamed of herself. ;j dwtn., had She had been very democratic and I
Ai Boston R. II. E.; Baer but he would like to?
a positive genius for provoking caustic consistent about Emily's working. i 180BostSn over SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
iDetroit _
------- -------- ; it the other
see! way.
Emily bad seen her, fairly lrylngj
comments that yon Immediately:! ** INSURANCE
4 9 1 Jewfi.b lb..
in her ... I 3 35c
regretted. She hastened to change own consistency.
Batteries: Crowder and Coeh- I will the last remarksof THE KEY WEST
the subject. but ber mind went on "I'd hardly call It a position. Sixty answer YeUowtail Steak, 2 lb. 35e j
turning over the problem with dollars a month and no authority rane; Grove and R. Ferrell. Oscar and tell him that I made i Yellowtail OD Bose, 2 IbI. 25c Offieet 319 Dual Street -

which it was Involved. whatever. I could make the thing a my prediction a month ago. I did '
Could she resign herself to another success If they'd only give me a No other games played not wait until the last minute Cro.per; 2 lbw 25c SUNDAY STAR

year of It? She had lain awake chance.. when Maxie is considered a fav Swapper, 216.. ZIc TELEPHONE

a good many nights recently, wrestling "But the money. Frances pointedout. STANDINGS orite. I picked Joe Louis then M.Uoa Fish. 2 Iba Z5c NO.1
with the problem. She had to "is secondary. LEAGUE and I still think he will win. Never Sabsrnphdap.2 Per Year

decide It soon, she knew, because the "No. It Isn't. Emily said quietly. judge others by yourself, as in FRESH SHRIMP Try Yr ,,_Ie AI
longer she put It off the more Incapable "It's humiliating to think that what the remark about "Jonah." Large Select Oysters Key Weat's Only Sunday -orwJE-

she would be of any decision. yon do Is only worth sixty dollars a AMERICAN LEAGUE Fresh Crab Meat iD Ib case 65c Paper Delmonico RtlftmJ'ant

One year of Idleness one year o? month. That's why I want to go Club- W. L. Pet. As to the newspapers, they all FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER- AI' ru

the library: surely that was enough. way?" Detroit _______-_______.-. 90 52 .634 favor Maxie and they are even Business Office Citizen LLU1 8.tlwelMr Beer _____ lie

But after the library: Edwin? Her mother's head came up. Herfather's New York __..__. 83 59 .585 i'! giving odds of 1Q to 7 on him. So LOWE FISH COMPANY Building I Sfs Course Diaa.n, -----

She glanced at him beside her fork clattered against the Cleveland ..._.......- 75 69 .521 was Dempsey! in his two fights COMPANY aa4i
5Oc. $3.
plate. A breeze PHONE 151 7Jc.
momentary flattered PHONE 51 ------
driving deliberately and carefully; .._.... 71 .507 :!
Boston __._.._.. 73 with Tunney. Baer in his fight .
his bat perched primly upon his the shaded candles. Chicago .. .. 70 72 .493 with Braddock, and many others
m- -
bead. couldn't he fCopyriakt. Xarian lime I
Why lire by
just )
once. Washington .--_.-.... 63 80 .441 i who have entered the ring as favorites
slump down In his seat and. with
the wtnd Emily xpArlcncM: dcftat. t.- St. Louis ...........-_.. 60 82 .423 and have crawled out as loser AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation i. WrapPRITCHARD
playing havoc with his Morrow. but not .In the dxial way. 55 84 .396: 536 street
Philadelphia !!. Wait until Tuesday night. FIe.DW
---- - :::::::::: pad in .yery package .JENNIE B. DE BOER

....................... I IToday's bird lover and NATIONAL LEAGUE Fight experts pick Louis to I l FUNERAL HOME
-----1 Club- W. L. Pet I I knockout Baer from Boston to AIrTb. \ of
Brooklyn, 86 years
Birthdays I Chicago ..--___-_..-. 95 52 .646 I California. The Associated Press f'
ter Watch llj -
I _..___ .._.. 91 53 .632' their P R/ N TIN G DigaIfl.d 3ympatb.tls .
.1 St. Louis asked these men to cast balI
....................... : Doctor
Jerome D. Barnum of New York ...__.-_ 84 56 .600 I'lots today on the probable out! eoarle8J'

Upton Sinclair of. California, i N. Y., newspaper pub syracuse'l Pittsburgh _.........._ 84 63 .571 come of a duel that promises to be : Q a t DONE BY US
noted 'novelist, candidate for governor i dent of the American \ Cincinnati ..__--.---.. 66 82 .446 ; the most ]sensational and richest j j .

in the last elections, born in : Publishers' A so., born in Syra. I Brooklyn .......____ 62 80 .437 :Jin; years. Forty-one picked Louis WATCHMAKER, JEWELEIt -THE- LICENSED EMBALMER

I!ruse, 47 years ago. i Philadelphia --- 60 83 .420 .,j to flatten the former heavyweight AND ENGRAVER

Baltimore 57 years ago. I Eoston ..._nn______ 34 107 .%39 j jI champion i and 23 chose Baer by See Him For Tour Next Work ARTMAN PRESS Aa..basap 3.rrtes -
U. S. Senator Lewis B. Scb.i ,- knockout. |
Herbert Putnam, Librarian of i wellenbaeh of born reindeer :is ALL PRICES REDUCED
Washington, Daggers shaped from i I l i iI Citizen Slit. LADY ATTENDANT
the Library" of Congress, born in at Superior Wis., 41 years ago. I antlers occur among the earliest There. Oscar Pita, you have the Hoarss 9 to 12-1 to 6Op. Citizen Office

New York City, 74 years ago. I i relics of man.Subscribe I I opinion of the best critic in these | .. Sat.rday Nigbta PHONE 51 Pl.... S48 Naar s.....
John F. Montgomery of Calif., United States so U they go wrong j .

George; B. GrianeU of New York U. S. Minister to Hungary", born I to The. Citizen- -20c we both go wrong for some favor j,

City, famed! natuialUt author, ., at' :Sedalia, Mo., 57 years: ago. weekly.' Eaerfid some Louis. 'That will



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............----.................---------- - ( AuMelatv rrrii J II IIDT I MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

High School Class I Arrange Dance At VIENNA Sept. 20.-War on'' Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays Wednesdays, Fri-

Plans For Dance Country Club x free ticket hunters declared by days and Saturdays 8:30 A. M.

theatrical managers here has up- Leave Key West for Port. Tampa Mondays and Thursdays
I '
set the 6:30 P. M.Leave.
easy-going Viennese.
Junior B Class of Key West Key West Country Club will j Key West for Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays
High School is planning a big When depression hit Austria
I sponsor a dance Saturday evening 9:00 P. Id.Sale.
dance for Friday evening October four years ago actors at
21, for membersand of tickets for Havana will top at 8:00 A,. M.
4. This is the first event of September chairs
empty and small audiencesfelt
I' x For farther information call Phone 71
the year to be given for the raising their out-of-town guests. uncomfortable amid of
rows ; J. H. COSTAR
of funds fojr the Junior ProD1.1 Those in Charge of the affair vacant seats. So the managers
(I 4R i
John Pritchard's are planning a delightful evening A MERMAID' ... decided to fill the houses under --*-- -- -- --
been engaged to furnish a program I No. only Mary -+ .fi>> .
for all who attend and expect a i rMovie >:t -v all circumstances. ,.I'.I'III.I.4T.IIIIIII.'t"Make
of dance music for the af- I Ellen Br..D.t A- / I
Star. IB anew L-.J- ..., v i4l!<<-, :'t Everyone who_ had anything to
fair. large crowd. striped rubber _,_,": m _."._ J.;.._ .... do with the show or knew somebody

------ bathing salt ON THE BANKS\ OF TilE MONO.sGAlIElA-Uarn E. Wilkt"D. Sr. there could get a ticket. In

...... .. ...... and Junior take time out and let ether members of \\llk1'D.f.m1IJ I some instances people were begged Your Paper Pay
take care of business Thts man has produced more whiskey than any
to attend the performance.But .
I MENTION other living person and together with his two sons son-in-law and. I
PERSONAL daughter operate a Urge distillery In the Keystone State as the years went on some

--..--.-.-.-.-..o..gee............................... of these theaters got govern- '
- ment support and the demand for You Dividends!

Thomas Reedy, of Coral Gables,1 i I Lieutenant W. II. Bainbridge,I A I "Annie Oakleys" went just the

arrived on the Florida this mom-I II of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic other way. Persons who wanted I

ing from Miami for a visit Survey returned on the Florida 0 i. I to demonstrate their "connec- s

friends. i this morning from Miami. I tions" would invite friends on
1 I their free theater tickets. So Prices I

Attorney J. Lancelot Lester,!I Allan B. Cleare, Sr., who was finally those who had to pay fullor Money Saving

who was in :Miami for a few days, in Miami to attend the funeral half price thought they were
on business, returned on the Florida services of his sister, Mrs Lottie cheated. S SWatch

this morning. I Imogene Filer, returned on the A THOUSAND DOLLARS '. r,,, THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S AdS
I:Florida this morning. I LIFE: That's what Is S vertisers closely for special savings en your
A. R. Miller, superintendent of s being offered In the ; Heink was born in 1861 Schumann-I S
the P. and 9. S. S. Company returned Curtis Stanton left on the Flor- Camay slogan contest BaUNO VAN _.- near Praha. household necessities. Make your paper pay you
Flor ida Wednesday night for Miami, s" There will be a second QUIS1LED-This Is
this morning on the .................. dividends. The most interesting news in the
where he will proceed to Gaines- prize of $50O a year for not the story .f'the r ......1
ida from a visit in Miami to con- ville to take up his freshman year life, and a third prize of $100 a year q three bears, but of paper today is the advertising where you can
fer with P. J. Saunders presidentof for life. There are lllo addtion! one teddy bear PILOTLESS PLANE British POLITICAL :
1 the{ line. of studies at the University of. prizes offered. Those who compete which happens to pilots experimenting with an r save many dollars on the family budget by

I Florida, merely write slogans vf ten words be the plaything of aeroplane operated by radio, II'! patronizing those merchants who advertise their S
or less describing Camay soap The some champion puppies will take off. land and By 1M ANNOUNCEMENTS.: .
John C. Key, steward of the P.I Miss Rosemary Saunders; who contest started July 16 and ends In Susses. Eng miles per hour and rise to ft goods. S
and O. S. S. Compary if' irned was spending a while in Miami September 3O. land. height of over 10,000 feet without !
this morning on the F'orida froma ; a soul on board CITY
with relatives returned on the ELECTION NOVEMBER
visit in Miami. :, K ::. '" ,: > THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST '
I Florida this morning. 12.
) 1935r I
I: er -. -w Rs'i ..,, ., :' BICYCLES BATTLE ........................ 'f t' OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S .
Mrs. Ada II. Fifield "who was: est- x r y .' BLAZES .s. :
Harry Pritchardeer wa s PURSE.
in Key West for a visit with Mr.: Here you see the For MayorDR. S '
on the Florida this morning > S
left fire department H. C. GALEYFor
and Mrs. J. II. Hathaway on
from Miami after a short visit in s r Campbell Calif,
the Cuba yesterday afternoon for: that city. 'R C' with all the lad- I A merchant who advertises his prices
Tampa en route to Jacksonville. dies rarin to go CouncilmanDR.
I # with their tricy ARMANDO COBO charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a ,
Frank Lund Albert Wiggin and + des. This Is the non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Curry who '
formed of : Bat town In the
Paul x
Sawyer a group
were visiting relatives in Miami- United States to For Police Justice Why this big difference? S
Key West young men leaving on '
returned on the Florida this morn- T abolish motorequipment T. S. CARO
the Steamship Cuba yesterday
In favor
: ing. i
-.f.: J I afternoon for Tampa and from of wheels.
1 there will proceed to Gainesvilleto For Captain of Police By patronizing the merchants who present

Mrs. William Santana, who matriculate in Florida Univer- ALBERTO CAMEROFor their prices frankly and openly each week you

was here during the fatal illnessof sity. help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUTS
her father Richard Malone.!, Captain of Police
-- -- --- OF KEY WEST.
sailed yesterday afternoon for heel] ""m. Krause attached to the ROBERT J. LEWIS
home in Tampa on the S. S. Sparks syndicate of theaters in SPECIAL OFFER SPANISH VESSEL HAS children, twelve friends and three "Bobby"PALACE
Cuba. ; Florida witfi headquarters in ,I :' professional sailors.
i!Jacksonville returned yesterday: REACHED MONTEVIDEO They put ort from Spain May I (Make your paper pay you dividends.; S

AT MENDELL'SA ,i 10. 1934: and made lesiurely
George I. Cook was an arrivalon afternoon from Havana and will .J .'.....) .
in the Islands the
the Steamship Florida this spend two days fishing in these MONTEVmEo' Uruguay, Sept. stops Canary i '" II ''''II.JfIT.JIfI'" 1"
Cape Verde Islands and Brazilian Johnny Mack Brown in
morning for a visit in Key West waters before leaving for Miami -- -- ---- --
'20.-Smaller than of the ports. BRANDED A COWARD
with friends. i i tomorrow night. nice line of new fall merchandise .! After a month in Montevideo. ................................................
in men's clothing has:1 i i Spanish craft which brought the ,:they will visit Buenos Aires then Serial and Comedy

been received at Mendell's Exclusive -:icorrquistadores, to the River Plate," sail down the coast and throughthe Matinee 5-lOcj Night: 10-ISc -
Men's Shop in the Renedo FOR SALE
STEAMER GOES I; building. I'!I is the 128-ton bark Exir Dallen! Straits of Magellan visit ,

'P2Y SagtngS-r Today's advertisement containsa !which sailed into harbor here re-' the west coast of South Ameri- .

BALTIMORE few of the nationally known cently. I ca.I KEY WESTCOLONIAL .. ; .

I i lines of men's goods being sold 1 1!I! Aboard were Fernando Car-I HOTELIn {';-

this week at special prices and includes -'. industralist I The sacred bull of Siva was named + : '
"justsailing" I
I Shoes Manhattan jlenas Spanish 1 the Center of the Business f"J
Nunn Bush \ Nandi.
CRISTIAN KROGH LEFT PORT : with his wife, their four i ;
shirts, pajamas underwear, f and Theater District i. 1 i
EARLY YESTERDAY Cheney Cravats Monito socks, checks t ..,M.t'
Cooper's underwear, Otis Undershirts I MONROE THEATER First CI*._FireproofSoMiblo TE + .

AFTERNOONAfter -- t'JCh : Mallory Hats and others. Tim McCoy-Billie\ Seward in 666 6 6 6 MALARIA Rats ; '

: LAW BEYOND THE RANC i l in 3 day JlI.1
I aN i There are 81 Georgia towns Madge\ Evans-Robt. Young in COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI _

being! in port for 12 days I that use "ville" with their names. CALM YOURSELF ; Liquid Tibkts COLDS "! _1

consigned for orders to the Porter i j I Matinee: Balcony IOc; Orchestra !, Sole Nose Drop first day. Garage Elevator =r.:1t: : J'. 1

Dock company, the Steamship j An underground stream runs. 15-20c Night: I5-25c I TONIC aM LAXATIVE I Poplar Prices ;]C.' :'1 !

Christian Krogh sailed yesterday i i through Greenwich Village. I
I --- ------- I
afternoon for Baltimore. I ,z
t/ Subscribe to The Citizen. ; "Jacksonville's Lead!.* Hotel" I
The ship went off charter to I! I AS ADVERTISED FRIDAY NIGHTS

Steamship company September 7. / -on- i I BEATRICE LILLIE RADIO SHOW i 1.I 1.e 1.
and entering this port berthed at Ithe i PERMANENT WAVES NBC NEW YORK CITY"Bcrd&tti

Yesterday Porter Dock the company company. received -'' Takoradi is the chief port of Two PermanentsS.OO._... : ..-..-- I f\ Irradiated Evaporated Milk tea 11 tee acF -I II Ir"
the Gold Coast in West Africa. I' I i1 tote. I Tqp sl

instructions ordering the steamer -j _._- - ...................- Better Waves $5.00 and up MORE LIKE FRESH MILK THAN ANY OTHER IN CANS l -
take on cargo of oil machinery! Ocean View Apt. Phone 574-J ,

for Maracaibo, under charter to J JUST RECEIVEDLarge I : -- rf ..N !p a ,,,

the Ocean Dominion Line. !i "f

Shipment of i JaekMBTllle. FJUrMn. '4" ." .-
CHAS. B. OHI: BR. 11_.."" '- :.
A home-like Institution
; human
Tahiti in 1788, Pomare was the Cuban and American Cut where you will find y*.f"1M&f4ulfmmtmrt I
leading chief. LikeACakeOflce"FOODSTUFFS sad ....rt.I..* at-1 a} Iftat-
1i I HENS AND FRYERS i ter of great ImportaJI'Ce. .. : Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

Weighing 3 to 6 Ib each ; --_ -
Beautiful view
.M head street. In exclusive neighborhood.
FAT AND. TENDER i A steel fireproof h.IMl.. Ieale4
NghfCoughs i r II Exclusive Men's Shop i la the heart .1 the city of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
Bermuda Meat Market -o--
r't Quickly checked I THE NEW STORE" to
;.. Phone 861-W I Every Room with Combination Tub For price and terms apply
Quick Service '
without "dosing. -nt--- 4
'; .. ; --' and Shower Bath Radio. Electric t.
I. ..Just White at Virginia Street I WEVS\ SUITS single: 'or double t' IIIIt Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
VICKS I' Ventilation. Comfortable Bed with
rub on r breasted fancy or plain! Mattresses of Inner Spring Con- L. P. ARTMAN
backs 'ii.r l struction and Individual Read

---.- -- -- at ...-______ ___.. S19.75 UP I Jf Jfi lag Lamps. The Citizen Office
G75 Blade. or
iJCl'.4TI.IT.I'I.I'"IIlI'I"I"IIII. SHOES ; 1t 7H R_.. Private Bath SZ-tW 1 -
----- ---- .
J t *. H__.. Private Bath ZJM "- : : Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
FAMOUS EDGE$5< \ i *. R__., Private Bath SJM -
TON *4 Rvma. Private Bath ____ SJ 1
----- f I* Saatale R ma. Private Bath 4J
OLD PAPERS the new Manhat- QO 00 I ................................................I.

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DERWEAR .......____.__ di be ROydUJinllecl
CHENEY e-i nn 't

& For Sale CRAVATS 3i.UU i I "
........................ I REFRIGERATORS 'are' as cool, fresh and .
I 35c AND 50c healthful as if they were frozen in a cakeof 111 To get the original D.... 100% Part I'alftt'

S COOPER JOG I I, i ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand es'e to MADE IN 8AL-nMORE. roam,1oDIt
UNDERWEAR __ look for DVM 100% Pan Paintha*-oftca:'fee atatttauJ race.
absolutely airtight.
.e. w eutu, ,bat never 4.plicated
5 Bundles for OTIS ---
5c GNDERSl. or ____ .Oil $30.00 and $35.00EASY i Label Davit 10% Pees Paint conforms 1 with :;=;=-
aD pare paint Laws sod ft th only'attec :.:;;:,-""""
25 in bundle MALLORY HATS
S TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn KSSiKE that carrie a ( anntec of par l7./ tier

S S4.00 S5.00 Display At- PAINT Cookl this Guarantee on the Label =.
I j Sfta
S6.00 j } ....___......,,whu Pea- Mu.4mad...._
THE KEY WEST' CITIZEN AND Thompson Ice Company Inc. M ewe p..deiw .. ads by tw .......... sad s.14 t........ tk.Mn..ty.TEHfMVIS

Agents for HART, SCHAFr- c& 4 n ,.., I4n MLTIMOSEMa

NER &lad MARX CLOTHING I. PHONE NO. 8 ,. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets


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Invalid character
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Value offset not word-aligned
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Invalid character
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Value offset not word-aligned
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Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
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'43928' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMJfileF20090414_AACMQF' 'sip-files00064.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
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xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
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xml resolution