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 21, 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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Roosevelt Approves AllotmentOf COUNCIL ADOPTS Administration Units Are Already !Italy Rejects Peace Proposals


$36,863.32 For Various ISSUING OF BONDSVARIOUS __Looking_Forward To Next Congress I Offered By League Of NationsRECOVER



Operations To Be Carried CRIMINAL EVENINGAt r

SESSION TODAY City Council held last night a .
NOW TO BECOME SENATE (sty AMeUfe l-rea |
Houses For Renting resolution was adopted author!*. WASHINGTON, Sept 21,- MRS. E. R. LOWE SUPPORTED -

TWENTY-ONS CASES CON. inc the issuance of general revenue FUNSTERBy Although the next cession of cen. IN DETAIL; BROUGHT I (sty Aiuoeialcrf Press)

HERBERT PLUMMER BODY HERE LAST NIGHT Italy today rejected the League of Nations'
U sugges-
(sty Ass.elaled Press) bonds aggregating $4,500 cress morn than three month
TINUED (sty twwlatrrf Press)
WASHINGTON 21. tion for settlement of the
Sept. Italo-Ethiopian but
WASHINGTON 21.- distant
DISPOSEDOF against the general fund of the Sept. administration leaders .
TERM President Roosevelt has ; all After a tireless search coveringthe League officials reminded diplomats that this action did
Political 1 observers in Weshington
tax roll for the year 1935 for I ready are giving thought to the
approved an allotment of period from September 2, d te not necessarily preclude later acceptance of different
municipal These bonds unanimously are agreed that it is legislative ,
purposes. I program.Within of the hurricane in which she lost

$36,863.32 for the Works close the will bear interest at the rate of "The Man Bilbo" to whom senate a month or so the more her life, the body of ?Irs. Rosa- proposals.
Progress Administration Today brought to a lind Grooms Palmer was found Officials said the next step of the peace forces wouldbe
projects September session of criminal six percent per annum. !ans mutt turn now for, the fun I f, important committees of both:
Thursday morning and brought to to bring a report of the Five-Power Committee which
in Key West Florida. court in Monroe county with 15 I
and hilarity provided them in Washing.t
An ordinance which was will be back in Key West last night.
made the before the
cases disposed of, and 21 cases suggestions League
The total allotment for its initial reading ate special such ample quantities by the late ton hard at work whipping Early Thursday a telegram was
continued until the Novemberterm. en pro.posed It would be up to the Council then to make a reportof
Florida, $500,000. ;received in Key West telhag of the,
was meeting held recently Hney P. Long. legislation in shape for
which I pre.1 finding of the body and the positive its own or declare the conciliation phase ended and
These The most important case:; tried
projects were approved would have made it lawful'to discharge The stage is set for the small-' sentation to congress the firsts identification by Mrs. E. R. draw up a new series of recommendations.The .
that of Rafael Ramos;, convicted -
August 24 by the was statured senator from Mississippi I Lowe of Ta\"ernier. shown in
on of assault with intent to shot guns during the hunt. who during the last congress!!I days of the session. Senator Pat! as new series, they said, could include provisions

Florida Works Progress Ad.I commit murder. He was sentencedto ing season in an area on the east, handed every one a surprise by 1 Harrison of Mississippi will call:The Immediately Citizen that after afternoon.the for sanctions and give Italy and Ethiopia a last chance to
20 years in the state prison. sitting on the sidelines and let. messagewas
ministration and sent to About 15 of the cases, whkh ern end of the island: bounded by I ting the others perform. I !Lis! finance committee into session 1 1seTer.1 1I I I received Dr. Harry C. Galey, accept or reject.

Washington for final, review were continued, were of defend "Bilbo's year of silence" is the, I Dr. Armando Cobo *nd A.o'. The Italian its attack
continuing the British
i on
ants who had secured the serviced Eighth Street, Flagler Avenueand j a I weeks before the, sessionto press
he described his first in
I way year Ayala, sales manager of the Key
and allocation of funds and of Attorney L. A. Harris. As Mr. property owned by the Flor-i! the senate. "Like Job's warhorse draft NRA legislation. Representative -i West Electric Company left 'by I Empire, declared Britain already had "adopted sanctions

now have the presidential Harris was taken ill before court of old," he let everybody knowat I speed boat for Snake Creek. against Italy," adding that the beginning of Italian military -
j I convened and is still confined fo ida East Coast Railway Company, the beginning of his term, Buchanan of Texas, Arriving there their investiga-

, sanction. They are: I his home, it was necessary to p">oi-: was* killed on presentation at the "Bilbo will sniff the battle from I chairman of the house appropriations I tions supported in detail the identification operations in Ethiopia might easily mean the begin
pone afar. established Mrs.
Bind and renovate booksin I by ning of hostilities with Great Britain.
Other cases continued were because meeting last night when it came "!t's just a keen sense of feel committee will start work:j Lowe. Preparations were at once
Monroe County public I' of defendants being calledto : ing for senatorial ethics. Time- i made, details arranged and the Britain, frankly pessimistic that II Dace would havea
other sections of the state due up for its final reading. on the annual supply bills around
honored tules, observed since the returned ith the
I party : body by change of heart his announced of
on "marching
schools and public library. lo! connected with A resolution was adopted relative : -, government was in existence,i lUe first of November. I ;peed boat.'MAYOR. program
Federal funds asked $5,921.No I the results of the storm, attorneysfor to the purchase of land by! have required a new senator to i straight ahead," continued its own "marching ahead"
I whom raked continuance. the to .be used 1. park.I'I serve his apprenticeship in si- Lessons learned in the first congress -'
city a with warships into the Mediterranean.A .
contribution. When a recta* wag declared this lence. So it shall be with Bilbo ; MALONE,
sponsors to adjacent to the aquarium, situated to operate since the "lame
morning by Judge J. Vining Harris until 1 36." report thai Britain and Spain had
at the foot of Whitehead January, duck" amendment the come to a secret
Construct concrete culverton Clerk O. Sam 15. Curry was
instructed to pay the jurors, disbursing street.A Something In A Name date of meeting will be applied l in HAS ANNOUNCEDFOR understanding was. taken as evidence that the British Em-
First Street at Boulevard. letter was read from Fred StandArd dictionaries define"Bilbo" I'
$396 to members of the Ileilman of Johnston, Pa., who as a poetical! term mean- the future. In the last congress pire was preparing for a possible conflict by every means.Tlte .

Federal funds asked, $1- regular and especial: venire. terms himself a "Messenger; of i inv.a sword great tcmp r. The considerable) delay was experienced REELECTION cnnpr5SsTomVwere'i strehglKenecl' 'd""ty-'Spanish

: "'* Clirist,"** elating that lie has had senator himself, in the dialect of at the start because committees -
78t9to No sponsorsTo con- ,I i troop movements to points of strategic importance alonSpain'
GROUP RETURNS direct communication with south Mississippi, says his name were slow in reporting the INCUMBENT FEELS THAT HE
tribution. that the Kingdom of Heaven -i,means "a sword that cuts 'gwine various measures. Leaders hopeto Mediterranean coast.
is now at hand. He further:and cominV He is rather proud HAS GIVEN PEOPLE BEST
Recondition twenty housesto FRO 1 TORTUGAS: stated that he wishes to inform I I lof i the fact that Shakespeare said, have sufficient material in Great Britain made it clear that no ship will be withdrawn

available the various nation: rulers and all as he quotes it, "When they came shape by the time the session HE HAS AS AN ADMINISTRATOR
make apartments I from the Mediterranean until the East African dis-
1 people of the earth that Jesus 1 i into close contact, they un- opens to keep both houses busy
for renting. Federal FERA UNIT HAD BEEN ON Christ will appear on earth in sheathed their bilbos and fought from the opening day. pute is well on the way to settlement.

I February. 1936. and will establishhis I to the death." I ________ _h_ ____ ______ _____
funds asked, $24,997. INSPECTION TRIP TO Knigdom in the city of Jeru-JI[ The Mississippi senator had an- Short Session Desired Mayor Vffa. II. Malone, of Key
Spon.1 that the comingof Every one from the White. West, announces in this issue of t;
ralem. He said nounced before the death of Long
reelection to the
The Citizen for
I the Lord will be preceded by r that he intended to break his silence House on down the line is eagerto
Develop swimming pool.: terrible earthquake with four I office which he has held for the
a next year and stump the have as short a session as pos-
hours of darkness over the entire him. I past three years, and anticipates TELEGRAPH CABLE
country against Although
funds asked $4- Franklin district sible. Next year is national election I
Federal I E. Albert .niverse. I(!the necessity for that no longer i victory at the polls in Novem
supervisor of finance and reports and members will be
year ber.
: I
stated at the meeting ,
156. Sponsors to contribu- was exists, politician; and political.
and personnel officer PWA, Mrs. anxious Mr. Malone feels that he has I
that tentative budget for the to get through as quickly
a I observers convinced the I'
Albert Miss Maloney, as- are coun- I BOYS TO BE ENTERTAINED I C. E. STEADMAN, LOCAL MANAGER -
the the best he
tion, $563.50. I ensuing year has been prepared, try will hear from Bilbo in the as possible and be about their given people 'I
sistant office manager; Albert I and it was: decided to tate this! next,, eonjrress. campaigning. as an administrator, and tells his ON BAPTIST CHURCH LAWN I INCOMING 1 RETURNED TO CITY
Federal funds in the Manucy, chief statistician and held 1 constituents to tell their friends t
meeting to
budget up at a I He might fool them at that Much I depends on President
Bernard DeWitt assistant super- which, if he has and tell him if MONDAY NIGHT LAST EVENING
[ week at pleased
amount of $12,622 were also I some time next however. He came to the senate Roosevelt as to how long the session
1 I I visor of reports and research, returned time other financial matters will with a record for unconventionality lasts. He has a fondness for I he has not.Under I
asked to provide assistanceand last night from Garden before the meetingfor his administration, heI
be brought but he has made* an impression feeding his legislative program to
for FERA I Key.The[ discussion and disposal thereof on the Democratic leaders congress in small doses. His the-I shows, the city is approximately Equity Lodge Number 70 will G. E. Steadman, cable manager -
personnel party left Thursday morn! who say they have found in hima ory is that only in this way can$150,000 I less in debt than when be host to youths of Key West of the Western UNION 'J'tot.-

agricultural and training at ing on the Power Boat C. W. The tax collector-assessor, in a' shrewd politician willing to cooperate he be assured of action on his entire I he took office, and had he been a Monday night September 23 and graph company, returned tat t
Powers of the Thompson Fish the council. layman, the city and its peopleI ,
communication to with them. program. The temptation to all lads between the of 12 night on the Cable Schooner
Key West, but were not ap- company, for an Inspection; of the stated that the 1935 tax roll had He doesn't wear the diamondtie sidetrack measures if they are I would not have had the benefit of I and 18 years are invited ages to bed I John W. Atkins, from repair. work
Fort Jefferson been completed anu was now in pin, as large as a quarter. a9 sent to eapitol hill in wholesale.t his legal knowledge. present OB the west coast.

proved by the president. I project .. the hands .of the &L'city _clerk._H__ }It' frequently as he once did. That's fashion is too great. ] lie has represented the city inj i This invitation applies to begs. I Manager Steadman said that!
was agreed that mis numcr uc" I indicative of some sort of change!: If he holds his messages therefore court, assisted in the preparation) who are interested in the forma. about owe Mile of cable off Cape
MANY INTERESTED HALT RELIEF INTRANSIENT taken up at the special meeting j 1; in the man, for he once said "It's to a minimum the chances 10f pleadings and suggested the tion of a real lire club and will't JRoma**, which had been de,trucd >"
to be held next week along with II my lucky piece. If I lost it. I for an early adjournment will be(defense in a number of cases. He! devote their time and energy to by' Ac storm, was replaced
the other matters pertaining; to would lost Samson ,anticipates during the next two I II I that section
IN STAMP EXHiBIT II. be just as was good. making it a credit to Key West.1 The voyage to wa
FUND {finances including the prepared I many cases of litigation: after the
I after Delilah cut his hair. Bonn Up Again I years Some time ago toe; lodge held made immediately repair
1 Il budget for the operation of the Master Of SatireIf The immediate payment of the i and points out that with an experienced one of these meetings and to the cable in Hawk Channi!I.
I various city departments during I t Bilbo does cut loose in the soldiers' bonus will be up for consideration .I I lawyer to assist in these aura of the idea were spon-I which WM disrupted by the :storm.

SEVERAL LETTERS RECEIVED NO MORE CASES TO BE ACCEPTED .*i the coming year. senate, however every one within asf in. Administration j i matters for the city, it will navel the response to the invitations and t I had been repaired About on'
After disposing:: ol a few other earshot is assured of fir.:t- leaders have promised early studyof the I: expense of employing special the enthusiasm accorded the idea.. mile of this was replaced.
FROM FOREIGN GOVERN. ACCORDING TO matters of minor importance.. the I He U dif counsel. j i i
class entertainment. a the question in the senate and It is now proposed to outline plans 1
MENTS ABOUT EVENTIn ANNOUNCEMENTHenry I meeting was ordered adjourned. ferent type of orator than was Patman of Texas declares he has I I Asked of his political career,1 for the formation of the organi r!
Mr. Malone said he state PALMER FUNERAL
Long.!: ample pledges for quick passageof was senator -' zation. .
'ART GALLERY TO Bilbo is a master of satire. He his bill in the hou.<
a response to a number of din.c-I I is capable of taking the most Fund roust be provided for the for four years and is satisfied,movement is requested. to be on I i HERE TOMORROW\
Redkey, transients it that his administration as
minor incident and playing on social security program enactedin mayori i the lawn of the First Baptist
inquiries the Iliilatelic and Numismatic tor. WPA of Florida, announces BE OPENSUNDAY until it is driven home with telling -I the last session. meets with the approval church 7:30 o'clock Monday evening I

Society of Key West from headquarters in Jacksonville effect. Long prided himselfon NRA expires on April 1 unless citizenry of Key West. where a pleasant and interesting i SERVICES TO BE HELD AT
Interna- that no new cases are to be 1 while Numbers of friends have been, 'I
States that the planned his grammatical errors extended. A general survey of time will be awaiting
tional Stamp aad Coin Expositionwill accepted for relief against tran- VISITORS MAY VIEW WORK peaking. Bilbo knows that trick,I f the situation for the information kind enough to urge his candi-l I them. I 2:30 AT LOPEZ FUNERAL
sient funds in Key West. dacy for reelection and he makes
of the president and congress now i Later in the week ther will b- HOME
be held in too.He !
This, he points out in a tele- BETWEEN HOURS OF I knows equally well the is being made.Transportation. his announcement committed to another meeting held when it is
as announced in some 300 magazines gram to Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson idiom of the backwoods boys in legislation will no one, except "to do my duty as I the will be I -
and papers of the United district director of relief in TWO AND FIVE I Mississippi and the English of the come up under present plans. ,II see it, fearlessly." I expected perfected.CARBONELLWILL. organization
States Key West and Monroe county I proud planters in the delta. He A study of the nation's fiscalsystem I Fteoeral mkc far Mrs. Rosalind -
have already area known as District 9, as follows 1 can talk to his audiences like the I. with a view to "equitable I i Boys Groom Palmer will
Several : The Key West Art Gallery will, politician and licensed minis- distribution of taxes and retrench [ISSUING PASSES \ i: be bU Um+noW afternoon 2 70
been received from foreign gov- "Pursuant to instructions from be opened from 2 until 5 o'clock\ter r-rft he is. or if necessary ment in expenditures" is pending.The i o'clock at the Lopes Funeral

ernments according to Commo- Washington you are advised that Sunday afternoon and all persons adopt as dignified a manner as billion-dollar farm tenant j I IN DOVE SHOOTING ATTEND COLLEGE:: Home tape Rev. Father A. B.Dimmitk .
dore von Mtrtk-Liuba, II. D. W., : no new family cases" may be ac interested in artistic work are ex- any member of the senate. bill, the measure to regulate commodity -]! : of St. Paal's Episcopal
stating that these governments 'cepted for relief against transient i tended a cordial invitation.One I exchanges and the C pe-I( I Church will officiate.Pallbearers .

will participate in the expositionby funds after this date. No more group of exhibits will be land food drug and cosmetic I I I Robert 31. Grahar.. official in i ::::; .1 I selected by the
sending stamp frames, thus transportation will be approvedas the originals of the new post NEW\ ARRIVAL AT regulation bill await final action.RAW .i'charge of air navigation facilitiesin .Ygnaeio c. son of Mr family are: Sam Goldsmith,
providing one of the most inter- changeable to transient funds cards, recently issued by the WPA I'[. Key West, who is stationed at I I and Mrs Jaun Carbonell win I i Raymond' G. Btwa Allan B.
e ('ing exhibitions ever to havebeen for families who apply." of Key West. There are 12 wa- SOLOMON'S HOME MILKPASTEURIZER tithe![ Biological) Station at the head leave on the S. S Florida tonightfor ,' Cleare, Jr., W. Carry Hams,
held in the United States. ---- ter colors and six etchings the II I of the island re<",;Jests The Citizen -' Miami enroute to Gainesville:I Anibal Ai-mayor and The Commodore states that two work of artists of the FERA. MILK I II | to state that be has available'I, where he will begin studying for: Warren.
hundred and fifty foreign postal FREE DANCETONIGHT All of the subjects are of exceptional Mr. and Mrs. Noel L. Solomon II BUTTERMILKiCHOCOIAATE : I I I a limited number of passes for a degree in architectural engi!I I Mrs. Palmer is survived. by her'

adm nistRxttonc have been invited i[ interest and are declared announce the arrival oC a son at I MILK fchootnig doves on the range sta-I neering. parents, )fr. and Mrs. Baacom: L.

be'idc-. of course our own post Ito I( be better than those which their home. 1205 Florida street, Sweet &--, Heavy' and Light tion reservation. NT. Carbonell graduated last I Grooms, brother, Baaena Lover
o'fice department, and that up to 'were( produced last year and accorded Friday morning. II I Those applying to Mr. Graham year from Key West High School I Grooms, and graBdparenU, Mrs.
date the character of the replies HABANA-MADRID CLUB unstinted praise,' throughout I The little one will be named I I ADAMS DAIRYPHONE will be provided with these passes,I.and is an accomplished taxidermist. -I Harry B. Boyer, and.. Mrs. Isabelle
received is most satisfactory.: I the country. James Edwin. 454 it is stated. I'Pierce Grooms, of Stockton, Ga.

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IRELAND'S PRESIDENTIn eeeseeeeeeeeeeeeee..eee.'eee..eeee.e.e..e..e. e.eeeee.000CCSeeeaeeeee North Pole, reached New York

. Sep UltSt Often 1 KEY WEST IN i THE WEATHER Today's Today In Historyeeeeeeeeeee.eeee.e..e..e t and there received a great ovation.

Published Dally Except Sunday By
TUK CITIZEN PCBLISHI; Co. INC. one of those lists of questions propounded
L. P. ARTMAN, PraM Bt DAYS GONE BY eesesees..sass..........1 Anniversaries 1931-Great Britain went off
JOB ALLEN ......t..t B..I_ ........ in various periodicals there recently -'' .. 1784-The Pennsylvania Packet the gold standard.
Happening Here Just 10 Years
From The Citizen Building ; Temperature ee..eeeee..e.o
Corner Greene and Ann Street appeared this query: What rulerof 'I' Age Today Ae Take From I and DaD," Advertiser the conn-
Highest 90 1452 Savonarola, Italian 1934 New Association of
Only Dally Newspaper In-Key Welt and Monroe a foreign country was born in America? The File. Of The Gtiiaa Lowest ..::::::=:==:::: =:::::-L-:::=.74 preacher-reformer born. Died try's first! dai\y\ began issue in 'American- Railroads effected.

__ "_ County.: The answer, as many persons knew, was: Mean ..............._......_.......... H..82 23 1498. Philadelphia. A four-page sheet.
Entered at Key PIFTY-SI.XTH ca Florida aa TEAR second class matter President Eamon 'De Valera of the Irish In the columns of The Citizen Normal -Mean ..........___.__....__...._82 May Stephen has been the name of

Member .* tae Aaaoelate PreaaI Free State. today will be fouad'the announce. Rainfall \" 1832-Died, aged 61, Sir Wale nine popes.The .
he Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use ment of Charles H. Smith who u Yesterday's Precipitation .60 Ins. 1645-Louis Jolliet French- ter Scott famed English
tnr repui.Setio: of all new dispatches credited to De Valera was born on New York making the race for Councilmanof I Normal Precipitation _._. .25 In!*. Canadian explorer of the Great poet.' Greek name for the panpipes -

_it the;)r local not news otherwise published credited here.'NATIONAL la. this paper and also City's East> Side in 1882 in most humble the Sixth Ward. Mr. Smith -Tab re .r I .. __. ..,.. .
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surroundings his father being a Spanish was born in Key West, and has resided Tomorrow Almanac Quebec. Died about 1700. 1909-Dr. Cook, a<< I
IDITORIALASSOCIATION> here all of his life. He is a world the discoverer of the Subscribe to The Citizen.
over as
...... emigrant and his mother a native of Ire member of the Knights of Py- Sun rises .........-...-...... 6:16 a. m. .
C/Y lJ 193 S land. His father died when he was two thias, Knights of The Golden I Sun sets ....._.___-....... 6:24 p; m. 1766--John L. Macadam Scottish --- ---- ---- -- -, --,
engineer born. Died Nov.
Eagle and other fraternal orders. Moon rises ......._..._..- 1:52 'L m. ,
SV'BSCBIPTION: RATES years old, and young Eamon was taken to I ........ .. 26, 1836.
One Tear ... He is always taken active part ,,Moon sets ___. .... 3:29 p. m.
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Six Months .... .... live with his grandmother in the south of Tomorrow's Tides
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lhre. Months
One MonthWeakly __ __ __ .. .__ Ireland. He became a teacher of mathematics city would be benefited and asks A.M. P.M. 1840--Charles J. Little, Chi-

__. ......_.__ later hismaster's the support of the voters who I High .._.._.._.__.... 5:56 7:16 cago theologian, born in Philadel n nYr Iron l lTO
and physics receiving
-ADVERTISING' RATESMade know Slim and feel he is capable. Low ..._.._..___...... 1:01 phia. Died March 11, 1911. ; 1
: known on Application
SPECIAL-SOTICI3 degree at the Royal University in _Barometer 8 a. m. today

All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of Dublin.In. John of Sea level, 29.96.WEATHER .1850-Edmund Gosse! English ;
supervisor re-
respect, obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at Curry, author, born. Died May 16, 4
the rate of I' cents a u... the famous Easter Rebellion of gistration for the city, told The
Motives for .entertainments by churches from whicha FORECASTTill 1928.
Citizen there has been de-
today a
revenue is to b. derived are 6 cents a line. 1916 De Valera took a conspicuous part 6:
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus. cided increase in registration during -
110.11 of public issues and subjects of local or general and was the last of the leaders to surrenderand the week and he expects the ( 8 p. m.. Sunday) 1876-Herman Bernstein, 'New "TTERY iooo each of our
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. Key West and Vicinity; Mostly York City Jewish editor
the only one who escaped largest rolls in many years. How newspaper ,* friend will be receiving an
TotI cloudy with local showers tonight author, Minister to Albania,
he attention of the
ever calls
being saved by his American e'xecution.1 born in Russia. Died Aug. 31, invitation(o out Wedding; and
I ers to the necessity of them hawing I / '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I., He was sentenced to life the 1925 poll tax receipt. : m.i'l; /.1./ // 1935. we want k to be the best looking invitation we can get.**
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN however, but was relea.ced Many who paid the 1924 tax are: I "/ ) ,

era! amnesty of 1917. of the opinion they can vote, but,I a v 1 ail / KEY WESTCOLONIAL Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the

In 1918 he was jailed again for fomenting this not so as the 1925 receipt::1 I/ .. HOTELIn very finest; and that is why we arc invinng you to inspect our
must be shown.A .
1. Water and Sewerage.
another plot against the British 1 \$ rcmaxkablc kite of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding lavkarioos -

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- government, but escaped by means of a conference: was held this mor-! J'L.; the Center of the Business .; and AAaounccmc&ts in the favored Styles of I95
ning between Malcolm Meacham and Theater District
land. key smuggled into his cell in a Christmascake. I II
and his associates and Engineer
S. Free Port. Reaching Liverpool he disguised Gayle IfcFadden when preparations -I ,f"-b! t tI First Class-Fireproof- I THE ARTMAN PRESS

4. Hotels and Apartments. himself as a fireman and obtained passageto were made for the work of Partly Cloudy Showers I l Sea.ibU Rat. CITIZEN BUILDING
development to be started on Mr.I I
5. Bathing Pavilion. America, where he was hailed as a hero, Meacham's tract, of 1000 acres he and Sunday; moderate !southeast COFFEE; SHOP NOW OPE1 I I

In tour of the United States he raised a winds and possibly! squalls this - -
6. Airports-Land and Sea. a recently purchased on Key West -- : .
Irish week C. A. Gaffe will afternoon and tonight. Carat Elevator I -
large sum for the cause of freedom. Within a
7. Consolidation of County and City start clearing the land. Mr. Mea- Florida: Mostly cloudy with Popular Prices .---
l Governments.THE After returning to Ireland and engaging cham said in and interview that local showers tonight and Sun-

in various struggles De day. ,....
political ,: hq would like to see the Oversea -- --
Valera was finally chosen president of the Highway built as it would mean Jacksonville to Florida Straits:

Irish Free State in 1932, and was the same much to Key West which is the Gentle variable winds and partly
KEY WEST CITIZEN finest port in Florida. overcast weather tonight and A ROAD HOG I Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty
year elected president of the League of Sunday1 with occasional showers.

Nations. Like the East! Gulf: Moderate easterly
Editorial comment:
WILL always seek the truth and print it This, in brief, is how a foreign country lily, the flapper toils not but winds over southeast north portion south and winla moderate RUNS BY : Loan Bonds Are Advised To

without fear and without favor; never be when there is a car handy &he I or i
came to have an American-born ruler.MOTORISTS' over south portion and overcast STOP LIGHTS.
'raid to attack wrong or to applaud right; spins some. showery weather tonight and Sunday I See Us With Reference

always fight for progress; never be the organ A gymnasium for pupils of the with occasional squalls over 1 '
DECALOGUE routh and central portion this
or the mouthpiece of any person clique high and grammar grade &Choo14is
To The New Treasury
a consideration of the near afternoon and tonight. I -
faction or class; always do its utmost for the .
The following Ten Commandmentsfor future. This was brought up at a
public! welfare; never tolerate corruption or meeting of the board of county WEATHER CONDITIONS ,
motorists, now being widely published, Financing
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; commissioners last night.
are worthy of being studied and heeded by Pressure i is moderately low I II .
commend good done by Individual or organ I
every driver: Captain Fritz W. Hammer andF. this morning over northeastern 0 I
nation; tolerant of others rights, views and W
Bodenmbrook, German districts and Manitoba, Father 4
Thou shalt have one driver, and that
opinions; print only news that will elevate aviators are expected to arrive in Point, Quebec, and The Pas, Man- g.tau TUACO "ATIO'NAL: sow scram

and not contaminate the reader; never COBS one a good one, at the wheel. Key West, Wednesday from Ha- itoba, 29.80 inches, and is rela- : The First National Bank of Key West
Thou shalt not make false traffic sig- vana. These skymen are making tively low from the Gulf of Mex. A good basinet man sees that

promise with principle. nals false laws them but shalt a flight from Colombia to this ico westward over California; Li. Printed Forms are of a :j
nor serve I
city, will leave the Cuban capitalon white moderate high pressureareas quality he' not ashamed of.

obey all traffic signals and the law. Stop, that day for the last lap of overspread, the country W. solicit QUALITY: I Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal

Nothing living is blinder than a lover, look and listen. their journey.A from the north Pacific States on a basis.
DepOsit' Insurance Corporation
not even a bat. Thou shalt not study the law in vain, southeastward to the south At-
delightful family reunionwas lantic States, North Platte. Neb..
for thou shalt not be held guiltless if thou
held last night at the homeof 30.18 inches. Light to moderate

When the cross-state canal is finished, art ignorant of the law. Mrs. Ella Lee Cash 906 White- scattered showers' and thunderstorms CITIZEN BLDC. ..
head street when Cash and occurred the .. -- --- .--
Mrs. have -
to drive during -
lower Florida will be an island. Remember every day care- t
daughter, Miss Ruth Cash Mrs. last 24 hours in Florida, southwestern -
fully. Be courteous to all sons, daughters, Paul Renter formerly Miss Leath Utah, Iowa, northern' Ik

Everyone has had his say about that servants, animals and strangers, that every Bush and SOB Paul jr., and Miss linois, and from Ontario ,southeastward -

the of day may be free from accidents. Bonnie Bush arrived on the Mal- over New York. Temperature See our line of-.
Ethiopian war except King Italy.
lory Liner from New York where have risen in moatsec!
Honor thy fellow motorist, that thy they had been spending the summer tions of the Lake region and in

The Citizen reiterates that paying days may be long upon the highway which I months. To greet them on the upper Ohio Valley, and' have
their arrival another sister Mrs. fallen from the northern Rockies GLASSWARECHINAWARE
the state giveth thee.
cash is the best to keep out of debt.
way I E. Chapman, came from her homein eastward over portions of the
Thou shalt not injure kill be unjustor
Miami and with Miss Nell I northern Plains States and upper

The get rich quick scheme that at- inconsiderate.Thou Bush and Ray Bush, all of this Mississippi Valley, but readingsare

tracts has gotten the savings of better shalt not muddle thy brain with city, the reunion was thoroughly! gen.rallynear or above r normal
enjoyed. ATI who enjoyed the re- throughout the country.
men than you are. intoxicants, sleep carelessness or any union are children of Henry G. S. KENNEDY

other enemy that hinders thy alertness. Bust, 1306 Virginia street. Officer in Charge

Thou shalt not steal thy fellow motor
With is
meat as high as it presumably
Mts. Milton W. Curry has guests of honor at a reception
:Mary's little lamb has gone the way of all ist's part of the road. bought the last double corner in given last night by Mrs. Willard

flesh at too much a pound. Thou shalt not bear down upon thy I Fountain Square Florecita Sub- M. Albury 622 Eaton street.

fellow motorist or pedestrian unawares, di ision. Plans are being made \111nuUf/" j/
for a dredge to come to Key West \ ;
"I do not own an inch of land, but allI nor blind him with glaring lights. from Havana to throw up the

se.e..ismine!I" And do you pay the taxeson I Thou shalt not covet thy fellow motor-' marl to connect Florecita with the SPENDYOUR

thejand you say is thine? ist's place or anything that belongs to him:. Over Sea Highway, also to ,cut
channels and yacjht basins, ae-
Safety first takes no chances on sorrow.
I oe ding to a statement made today VACATION :
If"-you carry a potaton your pocketto Hind your own business for consciencetjsake .,by Mrs. Mary McKnight,, I

avert rheumatism, be sure' it has a government and above all, be courteous. general sales agent for the South- :: THIS YEAR IN :
ern Keys corporation.Wm. .
stamp on it after December 1. .FLDRIDA'I

COOPERATIVE ADVERTISINGMany S. Henson of Jacksonville j.

What is worth doing at all is worth I Grand Master I. O. O. F.. of HFAITH! \
the office of The
Florida. visited
doing well, and that is why som.e folk I merchants, some of them in Key
Citizen this morning and expressed //llrfntlnt111SVaeks..rtlle'
make such thorough fools of themselves. West are accustomed to think of advertising himself as being delighted with

as a means of taking business from his visit to the city. He remarkedon Leadl.g Hctrl

Adults.who criticize children for play- competitors instead of looking upon it as a the many changes which have THE SEMINOLECHAS.
taken place since his former visitin I
ing.-would, be better off if they did some proper method of stimulating sales of the Key West 20 yean ago. He was

playing themselves-but no loafing, mind commodities advertised. This is being especially enthusiastic over the tis

yoii. : illustrated forcefully in many national fine hotels here and the general
evidences of prosperity seen on
campaigns, where manufacturers of certain every band.Governor. v' b yy tV

Formerly they were called common things have banded themselves into a

scolds and sent to the ducking stool. Now rational associations for the purpose, not Clifford R. Walker,
of Georgia, who arrived with tOld he
to Con- of fighting the other man's product but of
they are called reformers and sent Guard from Atlanta, will return -

gre)s. selling the consumer the machine that from Havana tomorrow and

both make. will enjoy a fishing trip with .I'-.IJ.. Florida $1.00 and Dinner Set
Charles H. Ketohum. before leaving CHAS. C.A1XEK.] Manager up per
New York for steal- The same idea should apply to local _
"A man was jailed for his home. A human h -ilk* Institution I
the advertising. Merchants who advertise in where you will find :y..r tmtlwUmmlrm
ing-an: accordion neighbors of >frt tad rmtrrtmlm.rut a mat-
older probably gavejjthe" thief a vote of The Citizen do not necessarily compete fora The Key West baseball team, ter of great Importance. Many other useful and decorative* :
playing a five series with -e- .* *,-it< -\i iarticles
% minimum amount of business, which one game __ .... ,'
thanks..} Okeechobee in that city lost the A .._. halld.g. <* for home -
a the heart of tk city your ,
must take from the other. Rather, is it second game of the series yesterday -U-

A scientist thinks sleep is a form of true that their up-to-date advertising will by a score 6,to 5. Key West t E. rr Room with Combination Tab.
also lost the first game 1 to 0. and Shower Bath., Radio. Electric
intoxication. And woe unto the married create an impression through out our shop Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer:

man who talks loosely while under the in- ping area and much business will come in Miss Dorothy Peace and cousin.1 l Mattresses Ventilation.of Comfortable Inner Spring Bed Conit with i

fluence. -enough to give all worthwhile businessa I John Sharpley will leave this,'' tag mot Ion and Individual R'ILamPL South Florida Coatracting & Engineering Co.

share. evening after a delightful vacation ....'I'JIC_ I
spent with their families, ......,
White and Eliza Streets
"Xonxpliments usually make people Miss Pease will return to take up,.7I! R_ ....... Bath aze ,' Phone 598

fee l J fcod and think well of the speaker. We may manage to get along without her studies in Forst Hill School,,, R..a.Ran... PrtYat.Prhats Bak Bath .-_-r:...sae...1 "Your home is worthy of the best"j
St. Petersburg and Mr. Private Bath ;
Sharpie a-a. .9a.a
Politicians that and but will always need some horse ]1M .
) have learned make horses, we will return to Southern Dental," sacs! _. PrI Hal w
full-use of this sedative. sense. College in Atlanta. Tjhey wen ',





*T HOP flit Cwtty rllon *a. -
They from
rose the table. Frances
Stat.a .Her graduating from eolIp went stiffly out to give the servants HARD-FOUGHT FLAG RACEIN WIN DIAMONDS CAME CHURCH I / eeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeee.Advertisements .
CHURCH Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., pastor
.. th... has eves lest lnck cttaDavid orders for morning. Emily and Jef I I
under this
4 coa- of the First Methodist church head
s& Jvtfttk Carroll and
t", David was wr..ek. H. faCaiM. <. try with their arms about each SENIOR LOOP; TIGERS WITH PICKED TEAM BY Cor. Fleming and WUliaat Streets J. C. Gekeler, Pastor I and Rev. M. L. Smith will be inserted in The Citizen at
pastor .
4 jk. MaN
ear Imet | offto other walked
slowly towards the
",.>(t/itl CarroU ttaittattom inkartt garden. NEED TWO MORE WINS SCORE OF 12 TO 5 Shuler Peele Pastor Corner of White and Washington of the Ley Memorial Church [the rate of le a word for each insertion -
_.t. jr is tl y is rebelltap Streets i but the minimum for the
apam*( gnottrr year 01 "....tllll.' Emily stopped and faced him. Church school: meets at 9:45 i will exchange pulpits Sunday eve-j i
as 1A. soriaifw iibra- Sunday school meets at 1C a. ; first insertion in every instance is
very wer1At "Would you really be lost without I sv IL William N. Knowles. superintendent ning, it was announced today. ,
rid* ot the Slates pablie() library.aA. f25c.
.'olle *.r father ..4 noUrr aka me?" ('S_I I te Tae n'..*.) (By JOVE) The Wesley Fellow mA.. C. Elgin, superintendentThe !. Rev. 'Culpepper will use for his I

.r.i..u 1*(. aID... He dldn"anlwer for a long time. NEW YORK, Sept. 21.-No Lopez Funeral Homers swamped ship Bible Class meets in the pas Adult Bible Class is taught subject Sunday evening at LeyMemorial I Payment for classified! advertisements

"1'4 manage -somehow," he said at games were played in either the the tor's study. by the pastor. I "Stop. Look and Listen is invariably ia advance,
a picked team last night to
Chapter II last. "It had to come eventually. 1' Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ," while Rev. Smith will also be but regular advertisers with ledger

WORD But his voice had broken as he National or American Leagues. tune of 12 to 5. Sermon subject: "Drawing Circle Sermon topic: "The Cup of Salva-] heard in a special message at the accounts may have their advertise

.. FROM DAVID spoke.It Invading teams of both circuits Sterling hit a home run with"Father" *." tion." I First Methodist Church. 'ments charged. -

iiERij V eartiVoniiJ" you jot. was the break that did It.If there were traveling back home. Ingraham on base in the Intermediate Epworth League Evening worship at 8 o'clock. i Advertisers' should give their

Frances asked. had only been six children, she As the end of the season is eighth inning.At meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- Sermon topic: "The Public I The swordfish reaches weightof street address as well as their telephone -

To Blnnigghao o, perbtps. Any thought. It would have been very i very near and as which teams will bat. Baker hit three safelyin line Watkins superintendent School" All teachers are specially than 600 a number if they desire re-
more .
where where I could really do some- different But she was all he had I I play in the World Series is being five times up, one Soul: for a Young People's League meetsat invited to hear this sermon. pounds.

thl .." Charlotte.waa. sUll la Birm- and she worshipped him. She flung discussed by baseball fan triple. Higgs also hit a triple anda Mid-week Bible Study on Wednesday sults.With
I I every
7 m. Miss Mary Felton, I
tion of the Most classified advertise-
Ingbam.Ung It Blessed Sacra- each
ope herself Into his arms crying againstthe single in three times Higgswas
let's take a look at the pennant up. at 7:30 p. m.
"But what would,yon dot" FraaC rough linen of his coat. I walked intentionally in the president. Virgie Key reader of ment 7 p. m. ment The Citizen will give free an
..' voice had staccato races up to now. program for Sunday. I Church school Razor"Outfit Ask for
a Quality. 111 stay sixth to Bethel but the latter 8 a. m. Antostrop
For some time it has been get THE SALVATION ARMY
Evening worship service at 8:00
Anything that came up. Newspaper He didn't even trust himself ta came through with a double, scor- Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. it.
conceded that the Detroit
work per apa. I can write speak. He held her close and patted I I o'clock. Sermon subject: "The Week-Day Services
pretty well. She felt childish and the back of her throbbing heaL Tigers will cop the American runs. Set Of His Face." II Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer Mass on Tuesday and Thursday -
In the field leaders
Incompetent. "Or I could teach. An League flag again this year. In were I Mid-week, prayer and Bible in Charge at 7 AGENTS WANTED
P. m.
Cates and Kerr for and
Aromore diploma1 quite a boost. npHE following week brought a letter I mathematical|: Lopez study Wednesday at 8 p. m. 1002 Fleming Street Litany and Sermon on Wedxes
Frances began to recover.."1 never I from Judith, occasioned br 'I Castro for the picked ten. Choir rehearsal Wednesday im : Company meeting (Sunday I day at 7:30 m. COLORED People-Big Pay. Sell

heard of &anything absurd. Emily. the momentous news It contained., to come out victorious in two of Score by innings: R. H. E. mediately following the mid-week :school! ). 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Kath- Confessions p.: After the Wednoday new hair straightener. Upward

To leave Bs-*looe-and go off and their remaining twelve games. The Lopez 'Funeral Home- service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts di- 'erine Eldridge Young Peoples' $25. Free case offer. VAL-
live la 1 was going to make another attempt ; 303 000 033-12 13 8 evening service. MOR 5249-DB Cottage Grove,
some warren fa a city. Without to get you down here" Judith New York Yankees: in second rector. Sergeant Major in charge. ,

any experience at alL wrotebut Mother Nature place, are seven games behind and Picked Team- I Holiness meeting. 11 a. m. Chicago. sept21-ltx

"There's only on. way to get ezpertence yon I'm want finally to call going It that to have tricked the have only 12 more to play. 000 004 010- 5 9 8 CONGREGATIONAL. CHURCH Subject: "Our Calling." NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

," Emily pointed out. "Andthat.a baby-a. boy 1 hope, named David In the National League however Batteries: A. Lunn and Ingra- t I! Young People's Legion, 6:30p. HELP WANTED
Carroll and -- Colored
.Morton I'm
having a ( )
experience things. foul time. Goodness' knows why I the outcome is more nncer- ham; Ward and Griffin. 527 William Street ': m. Topic: "Morning and Eve- A. T. MeCaskilL Pastor -
Jeffry was silent He looked they call It ao Interesting Condition -
older than before and her heart becauM It'l anything but |I tain. The Chicago Cubs seem to S. Richard Evans. Pastor ,ning." M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward BEAT ALL COMPETITION selling -
upw that: on. minute I'm afraid I'm .I be the best bet at present to cop DIAMONDBALL Sunday school: 9:45: a. m. I: Salvation meeting, 8:00 p. m. Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary beautiful "Dixie Line"

the senior loop flag, but they still Morning worship at 11 o'clock. I Subject: "Endurance.: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Xmas Cards. Greatest valueson

have a series to. play with the St. Sermon subject: "Temples Of I Street service on Sa.turday'night Sunday service, 11 a. m. market Big profits. Write

Louis Cardinals that may change MONDAY NIGHT God." I I at! the corner of Fleming and Dui Evening worship 7 o'clcck. for details today. THE KEELIN

4yl the whole set-up. >'Nevertheless Christian Endeavor: 6:45 p. In. i val.streets, 8 o'clock. PRESS, Atlanta, Ga.

young Wrigley, owner of the Cubs, i Evening worship 8 o'clock. i 'Midweek service, Thursday, 8 TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 8et21-ltx!

is making preparations for his Sermon subject: "Jesus Proves p-I m. CHURCH
:-c ill\tF-.'. team to. compete in the World (By JOVE) I Himself." !
; I Monday night the Firemen will MISCELLANEOUSDIESELMen:
j Series. Last year at the t moist tackle the Busy Bees in a Senior Mid-week service, Wednesday CHURCH OF COD (Colored)

l I critical moment the 'Cards upset diamondball : evening at 8 o'clock. 717 Simonton Street wanted to start
game. I 1106 Olivia Street
the Giants' plans for World Se-
Fun- Rev. Alfred DeBarritt. Pastor immediate training in this vicin-
Tuesday night the Lopez
ries competition and do the ;Morning service at 11 o'clock.
? 4( may eral Home and Firemen will play. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning service, 11 o'clock. ity to install, operate and service
( school 3:30
tame to the Cubs. : p. m. '
t The above those Subject: "The Purpose of Test- DIESEL ENGINES in power
: is two and half games i Sunday night service, 7:15
a gamesin Eaton Street, Between Duval and etc.
scheduled for next week. ings. plants, trucks, tractors,
the lead with only seven more I Simonton Streets o'clock. Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Consultation service and tools

to play. The Redbirds have ten James S. Day, Pastor Evangelistic service, Wednes Subject: "How To Be Saved""Why furnished. Write giving mechanical -

remaining games and the Giants LEAGUE STANDINGS Bible School at 9:45: a. m. day, 7:15 p. m. comes temptation but for : qualifications: Sceoeck

have 14 games to play. Captain O. T. Pogue, superintendent Prayer and praise service, Friday
men to meet and master, and Diesel Training. AH B, Illinois
Classes for everyone. 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- make crouch beneath his feet septl4.2128oet5.121911FOR ;

1 \ FERA TEAMVINS\ AMERICAN LEAGUE Morning worship at 11 o'clock.I ing. And so be pedestaled in triumph."

Club- W. L. Pct. The pastor will speak' on "Seek- I RENT

Detroit .._.. 90 52 .634 ing the Best"The 1 Latin Mission BETHEL A. M. J:::. CHURCH :
hU" "'- and
f TILT WITH STARSCONTEST Training Union Services Sundays, Tuesdays
Baptist furnished
I FOR RENT-5-room
New York __..._.. 83 59 .585
conducted Rev. Colored
.521 meets at 7 o'clock. i I Thursdays, by: ( ) apartment Laundry tab; and
Cleveland __ 75 69
G Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Charles E. Lazo. Corner Division and Thomas Sts. 514 Margaret street
Boston ._ 73 71 .507 garage.
The pastor will present the story !1 Sunday; school. 9:30 a. m. H. R. Hill, pastor Phone 152-M. septl 8 tf
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Chicago .._ .r__ ... 70 72 .493 Sunday school 9:30
of "Gideon and the Three a. m.
Washington __ 63 80 .441
._ 60 82 .423
r st. Louis.umhu"
Monday afternoon the Junior A. C. E. League meets APARTMENT. Con-
SCORE OF 4 TO 0 Philadelphia 65 84 .396 Comer Duval and Eaton Streets 5:39
the W. M. U. will hold their regu- p. m. veniences porches 519 Eliza

lar meeting postponed from last $... &,.- Senior A. C. E. League meets beth street Apply 523 South-

NATIONAL LEAGUE week on account of the weather. Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. at 6:15 p. m. ard street sept 14

(By JOVE) Club- W. L. Pet. Prayer service, Wednesday Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Evening service, 8 p. m.
defeated Chicago _'...e95 52 .646 Mass for the ,Church School, Weekly Services FURNISHED APARTMENT with
abut it Isn't absurd Is It? The Administration ten evening.
Emily pleaded.
SL Louis .._......_ 91 53 .632
9:30 Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson -
the Bayview Stars ye3terday Choir rehearsal, Thursday eve a. m. I Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.. Class.
ached for him.If only she could make' going to die and the next minute New York 84 56 .600 Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. 7:30 choir 1001 Eaton street. Phone
I'm afraid I'm not I afternoon by a 4 to 0 score. ning. Friday, p. nx, re
them see her aide of tU! She was almost Pittsburgh ___ 84 63 .571
But I shan't gIve up trying to Jack Cates and Gene Roberts Evensong Prayer, Sermon. hearsal. 879-J. sept4lmozFOR
twenty-four and she wanted Set you-yon know what a persistent Cincinnati: __ 66 82 .U6.. '
creature I am when 1 choose staged pitching duel. Cates allowed FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Benediction, 8 p. m.
first to be free for a while and thento
Brooklyn _.._ 62 80 .437
to be. So don't tie yourself up too four hits and two came in Week Days SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
marry. i tightly with matrimony or that library Philadelphia 60 83 .420
Job until i get this out of the the fourth and two in the sixth, Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. CHURCH
And If she stayed In Elston there I way.I Boston ._._ ____ 34 107 .239 : Mass 7 FOR SALE-Second hand fun d-
I a. m.
Office scored their John B. Culpeyper Jr., Pastor
when the boys ,
would be-Edwin. Not a chance of gathered from the ton. of your I II. ture. 1007 Division street
I last letter that Eaton wean't sucha runs. Church Sunday school opens at Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. (Colored)
anything else: only Edwin. Some e.eeeseeeeeeeesseeeeeeeeLOCAL I 9-3tx
successful: playground and that Hpt
where In the world there must be a the library was a,last resort I can't At bat the leader was D. Na- 10:00 a. m., under leadership of I A second Mass on Wednesdays, Southard Street Between Thomas
bear to think of your being miser- DIAMONDBALL 9 a. m. and Emma Streets
man with David's charm and Ed- able lust because what you Imagine varro with two doubles in three Gerald Saunders general superintendent PRINTING-Qualit Printing at

win's stability man she could not to be your duty demands It. times up. LEAGUES' STANDING Each department meetsin William Perkins, PastorG. the Lowest Price The Art*

only love but marry. Istanbul David baa which.been I learn transferred from In the field. Gonzalez. H. Sands its own assembly room. I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Williams, Missionary Leader man Press. aug7

But yon couldn't say: 1 want to la another name for Constantinople1 and J. Cates for the Stars and eeeeeeeee.eeeeee..eeeee. Morning worship at 10:45 CHURCH SOUTH Sabbath School (Saturday), 10

marry some day and there's no one tion only from succeed him by In getting sending Informa-a list of I Wickers, Barker and D. Navarro SENIOR LEAGUE o'clock. Subject "The Last "EL SALVADOR" o'clock. OLD PAPERS FOB SALE-Twe
here but Edwin. And since the Lord questions, with blank places for Church services 11 o'clock in
for the Office boys. Words of Jesus on the CroSSo"Epworth
answers In every letter. Club- W. 1.. Pet Corner Grinnell and Virginia bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-
helps those who help themselves I He teases me about the questions Score by innings: R. Ii. E. I Lopez 'Funeral Home 4 2 .667 League meeting at Streets the morning. fice. octlf
must get out and find someone' You ays I've neglected to ask Wednesday
Prayer meeting -
couldn't it that baldly whether he'.eating his spinach and Administration- Firemen ..._ 2 2 .500 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa ?, Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor I every
put even saying his prayers every night- 000 301 0-I 4 leader. night at 7 30 p. m. PIANO TUNING
I O.. Busy Bee ..._.__ 1 3 .250 (Services in Spanish)
though you knew and they knew but I don't care. He's the apple of service at 8 Y. P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30
I Bayview Stars- Evening worship
that spoke the truth."I my eye and I'll get him back some Sunday school, 10 a. m.
you day, if It takes the rest of my life. 000 000 0-0 2 1 SENIOR LEAGUE o'clock. Rev. M. 1.. Smith will 8 o'clock p. m. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mol
did hope. Frances's voice had He's never gotten ever being Preaching, p. m.
a plaintive] note, "that after four homesick for Carrollton and never I' Batteries: E. Roberts and Club- W. L. Pet. preach. Mothers' Club meets Monday, reno. Excellent piano for' sale

years of college we'd have you at that will: he'll It's born never In come htm.back He Insists but I Rueda; J. Cates and Woodson. Lighthouse .__ 8 2 .800 Mid-week prayer and praise 8p.m. BENJAMIN LOPEZ cheap. 1018 Division street

home for a while. and have will a hunch descend h.'. saving money I Service _u..u....... 5 3 .625 service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. Bible study and prayer service, aug26-lmox
on era some day- FUNERAL HOME
"But you have. Emily Insisted. if It'. twenty years from now. Car- -Administration ____... 4 5 .444 m. Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Over two years." rolls even always to manage each other to-be"eurprislag FOLLOWINGTHROUGH\ Bayview Stars 3 6 .333 Choir rehearsal on Friday evening Service Key West ROOMS
France appealed to her husband. at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. Half Ccotary

"Jeffry.: tell her how absurd it Is." Istanbul And David Insisted that Stars will be their opponents in Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders L. Oser and Montero. 24 Hoar Ambalauc Service "THE MUNROM-Rooms unexcelled -

Even In the candle-light his face he would never come back: -She the nightcap.The choir director. Pastors LJeesued Embalsaer in price and location,

was white and drawn. "We'd miss read the rest of the letter through a f Service ten has got ta win Duval and Angela Streets Phoo. 13S HIlt 691-" running water. 128 N. E. 4th

you honey be said simply.' mist of tear., and answered It al- one of the two to meet the LEY MEMORIAL M. E. street Miami, Fla aug26-lmox
most Immediately. J dlth.s loyalty games Sunday; school, 3 p. m.

eyes burned with sudden to their friendship touched her so (By JOVE) Lighthouse ten in a three-game CHURCH. SOUTH Service in Spanish, Friday, at

HER She loved him unbearably. deeply that she always wrote two series... next week.' Rev. )(. L. Smith Pastor 7:3,0 p. m. ,
bat or three letters to Judith's one. and Bill Cates did not
thaa Independence own
even more felt that the SPECIAL NOTICE TO CITY Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. STIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
was not un
she clung to the thought of Independence make the All-Star club picked by
reasonable. TAX PAYERS Church school at 9:45: a. nu, i
like the drowning man to the fans from the cities represented ,.
with Ed. P.. Curry, superintendent. 327 Elizabeth Street
his straw. Knowing that she and the Early In October Edwin was calledto in the Central Florida league, .

drowsing man bad about the same New York on business. was the namely Cocoa Leesburg, Sanford The Tax Collector-Assessor of Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. 41 J I ..-I i -1 l.i I Idt cl i
11 o'clock. service at 11 -
Morning worship at Sunday morning
first time he had been for Florida
chance. away more and DeLand. Leesburg placed the City of Key West "
But It Isn't absurd. Is It!" she than a day or two since Emily had having submitted to the City Subject: "Watch. o'clock.
been at home and she was astonished four on the team Sanford three. Junior Epworth League meetsat Wednesday evening service at '
pleaded. Council his preliminary assessment -
"No." he said gravely. Isn't absurd. to find that she was lost with As a utility player, Bill Cates roll for the 1935, for 4:00 p. se.. Mrs. V. A. Archerin 8 o'clock. ICE
year k1
." out him. U she hadn't always enjoyed got honorable mention for the approval all persons desiring to charge. Reading room in Society building USE

Frances gave up any pretense of Edwin, she had at least been occu- third-base position. Naturally have corrections thereof made, Intermediate Epworth League open Tuesdays and Fridays j ,

eating. "You're being as ridiculous pied with him. When Edwin was Hackney, of Lessbnrg, beat our valuation of meets at 5:00 p. n. Mrs. S. J. from 3 to 5 o'clock.CATHOLIC .
as Emily! You know how you've en- there she knew what she was goingto boy out. Emil Yde former big where in listing prop Pierce in charge ITS PURER!

Joyed having her here: how you've do with her evenings. league star, was selected as manager erty or otherwise, are hereby roll no- Young People's Department CHURCHSt I
tified that said assessment LASTS LONGER!
looked forward to It and hoped that lIe wrote daily: stiff little letter. meets at 7OC p. m. Miss Norma
will be in the office of the City Mary's Star of the Sea
eventually] she broke off. Emily like himself] with an occasional note Yates president.
knew the hope! It had to do with of yearning between the lines like As to the baseball situation in Clerk, accessible to the public, be- Evening worship service at 8:00 Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., ICE REFRIGERATORS

Edwin. "And now you're taking her the expression she sometimes gun Key West. Bill Cates does not ginning Monday, September 23, o'clock. Rev. J. B. Culpepper, of in charge ,
side and suggesting that she to prised in his The business 1935 to and including Friday, Order of services for this i.
go eyes was believe he can play unless he gets .' the First Methodist Church, will ''I Made of all metal-equipped
some city and live like-like a tene- progressing satisfactorily: he was a pitcher. All he wants is Bethel October 4, 1935, for said purpose. church: Ls t

ment worker! enjoying New York and seeing some and then the two clubs will look The Clerk's office will be open preach. each Sunday morning Masses win be with WATER COOLERSThey're

"I'm not" Even Jeffry. Emily excellent shows, but he would much something like this: PiratesGriffin. for said period from 9:00 a. m. to I Prayer and praise service said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. I : It! jh
at 7:30
before the are of his with her to -Wednesday p. m. Mass, at 7 o'clock. I
knew wilted prefer to see them Casa. Pena, AL Acevedo, P. 12:00 m. and from 2:00 p. m. Week-day !
wife's convictions. Td be lost without Verio Sims Young people's choir practice Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, I JJ
(CepyMpht. Zeta by 4:30 p. m. daily except
Castro P. Carbonell M. Acevedo,
Miss 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
each Thursday 7 m.
her. but her wanting to go isn'tabwrd. p. and Fridays.
and Sundays
Capote Vidal. A. Perez; and Sundays: ; Saturdays.. '
Aid I'd fee that she live-like that" J Monday a ad. Emily an.. makes a decl.lon.albeIt Barcelo; Sluggers-Cates. Bethel, from 9:00 a. m. tot : Church choir practice each Friday MIXED BIBLE CLASS

Sterling. Baker Hale, Gonzaelz:, Any person desiring a at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Priced at
-- ---'- tion as above shall file with the
D. I
Joe Navarro.
Albury, Salinero
I Clerk before Friday,: Adams, pianist. Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monticino. -
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* GIVEN SENTENCE Navarro and a few others. Thenit City on or

TO SUBSCRIBERSIf I I would be a ball game both clubs October 4. 1935, his or her petition -! PENTECOSTAL MISSION Teachers $30 $35
will have equal chances-but if to the City Council setting' This class meets every Sunday and
MONTREAL. Roger Poirer to said. 909 Olivia Street the Harris School
I forth his or her objections morning at auditorium
do set receive broke into reform school this not, it's no good to play. 1 EASY TERMS
yoa your j I a in assessment and the corrections Wm. Skondeen Pastor t at 10 o'clock. Men and > -10 DAYSSATURDAY

paper by 6:15 clock in the city and was sentenced! to four desired to be made. Sunday morning worship, 11 women not connected with any r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

afternoon, call telephone 51 months in the came place for at- DOUBLEHEADERHERETOMORROW The City Council will meet at o'clock. other Bible Class and regardless r

sad a paper will n. seat to I tempted burglary.The the City Hall Friday October 4, Sunday school for all 3:30 p. .of dencraniatjons are invited t t ICE CO.l l

your bom*. A complaint boyis 1935, at 8:00 p. nu, for the purpose m. attend.

oa duty at this offic. from loquat plant is a native of of equalizing the assessmentsand Sunday night evangelistic service j

6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the China and Japan. making proper corrections and 7:15 o'clock. I SAINT PETER'S>> CHURCH i 1ii 1iiL Phone No. 8

purpose of'delivering complain will reconvene from day'to day Tuesday, 7:15 p. nu, prayer and I -

U. Help a.' aiv. yoa 100 Louisiana was named in honorof (By JOVE) until all of said petitions shall praise service. I (Colored)

percent service by caliag 51 Louis XIV of France. Sunday morning the Service have: been heard and equalizationof Friday, 7:15 p. m, fellowship Center Street Between Petfonia ItIt

if yoa do sot receive The Citleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- ten will play a doubleheader.In assessments are completed. meeting and Olivia L

*... About 150 species of lice are the first game they will n'._ WALLACE FINDER Saturday. 2:30 p. m. boys' and I Mass 8 a. m. rillS

known !_ __ |meet the Office boys and the sept21-23; UCit7 Clerk,''girls' church. Solemn Evensong and Benedic-

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ROCKFORD, 111.-Henry Sherman I Today's Birthdays

:-: SOCIETY : -: WARS\ RESPECT ETHIOPIAN FOES 37 PASSENGERS. of this city lost a pocketbook ........................ ,,born TuUto in Dalmatia Carminatl 41 famed actor

u..5.....................5..5..555.55555550. containing $700 in cash and $2,- Dr. Timothy W. Stanton chief; years ago.

r AMoelate* PTCM* ,
Junior Woman's Club Has STEAMSHIP FLORIDA TO ARRIVE born in Ill., 75 years ago. t
I GODFREY ANDERSON I lions belonging to departed pen- found in a mailbox with checks WESTERN BEEF

YesterdayMembers CHELSEA England, Sept. 21.1:sioners. TODAY FROM CUBA and notes intact: but the ca&h was Harold T. Webster of Stamford,i I Cuban and Americas Cats

Enjoyable Meeting They are talking of war in the Bright and shining as the day ENROUTE TO MIAMI missing. Conn., cartoonist, born in W. Va.,,;j NICE FAT HENS
-- Queen Victoria them 4 to 6 lbs. each
-- pinned on 50 years ago.
of the Junior Woan's decorations over which shed the: Royal Hospital in this plea ant'crimson tunics, the medals rest i Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I Bermuda Meat Market

warm rays of numerous candles,' with their multi-colored: ribbons weekly. Clark Howell of Atlanta Ga. I Phone 861-W Quick Service
Club delightful London I ,
enjoyed a suburb. In fact they talk below Steamship Cuba of the P. and I -
cards which prosaically ----
delicious refreshments were serv-
afternoon i newspaper publisher and chairman !

social meeting yesterday ed. of little else.More register the names and regiments O. S. S. company arrived 8 i local business concerns. The ship of the Federal Aviation Commission ----

at the Key West Woman'sClub Those attending were: I of the men who earned them. o'clock this morning from Tampawith i discharged and sailed at midnight born in Barnwell Co., S. C.,
as guests of Mrs. Dumont Misses Camille Pierce Florine I battles are refoncbt in One pensioner who served in two first and seven !second i 72 years ago. Shoes For Fall
Miss Geraldine Stead- Ketchings Edith Russell, Rose-, British Somaliland described the for Miami and Jacksonville.
Huddleston, the placid stone-walled court of class passengers for Key West,
man and Miss Leota Grillion, mary Saunders Romelda Johnson Ethiopians as the bravest fighters Steamer Alamo of the same Henry L. Stimson n f Washington -
member hostesses. Barbara Carey Nellie Louise Russell this old soldiers home than anywhere in the world. 27 first and one second class for I lines Is due to arrive tomorrow D. 0.. former Secretary ofPEARLMAN'S Are Here!

During the afternoon spirited Martha Carbonell Florence "They're absolutely fearless" Havana.On .
morning from, New York en routeto I
in Britain. But
games of Bridge and Michigan Sawyer, Ercilia Falcon Geraldine now they he said, "and I ought to know- the ship were 27 sack: of I' f Our Shoe Department has a
When were Stead man, Zenia Hoff Lottie }Ic- talk of I've fought with them. They used Tampa. I complete collection of flatter-
were played Italy and Ethiopia. t mail and 13 sacks of parcel post I Another vessel of the lines, the
Fall ,
ing styles. Pumps, Straps
Allan B. Cleare Lean and Leota Grillion. to come over the border on cattle
Mrs. of t
computed. for Key West and 14 tons .
: Medina, is due to arrive from]: Ties and Oxfords, New Materials
With beer Inc.
Jr.. was found to be winner of:I Mesdames Dumont Huddleston mugs handy ; raids and many is the scrap we freight. For Havana, one toe of I Galveston Monday evening en I and combinations.
the Bridge prize and Miss Zenia I Allan B. Cleare. Jr., George Go- pipes aglow King George's red-)had. That's how I come to leavea freight and 52 sacks of mail. NewYork.
Hoff the prize for Michigan. Mrs. mez. William Arnold Homer Her- coated pensioners sit in groups' leg in Africa." The Steamship Florida is due I route to and I Announces the opening of hoes:: PRICES ARE RIGHT-

Will Albury was presented the rick, Francis Johnson Joe Lopez and recall the thrills of campaigns 'Tactics And PhilosophyAnd to arrive 3:15 o'clock this after- their new and Fall merchandise i pocketbook are ,priced in to every suit ever price
door prize. Ellis England, William W. Demeritt another white-moustached noon from Havana and will sail I personally very carefully
when the soldiering selected Mr. Pearlman, who I range.
penalties of by
the Jr. Evelio Cabot Will Albury I
awards of prizes ,
After the and with bright blue eyes: "This tonight at 9 o'clock for Miami. is at this time, in New York.
players assembled in the salon of Joseph Sawyer Oliver Haskins. O. were often hunger and I is what Mussolini forgets-.his! Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- I As you know Mr. Pearlman MART READY-TO-WEAR FALLSTYUES IN

the club- and there midst beau- S. Long, James Brady and WilliamB. hardship but the terrors of air': men! will want three pairs of bootsa I Mallory Lines, arrived 9:45 o'clock'! : ARONOVITZ studies the needs and various I The smartest dressed
tiful tropical flowers and colored Demeritt. bombs and poison gas were un-t, week when they get up to tbolel last night from New Orleans with[ types suited for his individual i in Key West are wearing womer our

-.. -.-. _. known. mountains. The Ethiopian won't I r large shipments of freight for!I DEPARTMENT STORE I customers-so come in-your 'I' Dresses :Styles are beautiful
I 'want dress, suit, coat, hat and shoes
any. j and are unmatched anywherein
Maps Dot Gravel Paths
: Now showing most waiting for to take
Melody Hoar On Said Sergeant C. Bates late of i.I up- are you I price!
Rubber-tipped sticks sketch them off the racks. ,
I Fall
MONROE THEATER to-date assortment of
the at' !!
royal horse guards as erect I FEATURING .
Thursday Night. I c7 Sa'tnsJ4g I rough maps in gravel paths and!i 73 as when he served in Africa: I Katharine Hepburn-Chas Boyer ,I Merchandise at most reasonable SPECIAL SATURDAY AND i NEWEST FALL SILKS 1
old comrades forget the rheumatism i MONDAY
,' "The Abyssinians are some off -inBREAK I price We invite to see tho
tenth 1935 i you
Next Thursday night the I of as they recapture,the most deadly fighters in the, OF HEARTS i[ A very special purchase in I lovely new Silks, latest 1936
Key West Melody Hour will be the days when, >bewhiskeredl"aol-I world.: He pointed tb the cloudy Matinee Orchestra i!i Ladies' New Fall Shoes of Ladies' New Fall Silk Dresses I. materials, now being featured.
+ JOe i
diers of the they;folio : ; a I
presented according to announce- queen -i'sky.. "That's all they have to fear! I in plain and prints sizes
ment made today by Commodore] g ed the Union.Jack to farflu&g*; or- -the bombs that will fall from ; 15-20c| Night: 15-25c ,atS1.96 up to 42, for two days only NEW FALL HATS
Von Mietk-Linba H. D. W. : ners of the empire. ?:\ : S2.98 at each u.m.. '.'u.. $2.39 I; IIodem'design find favor iT;
there. i
The concert has been postponed All stories begin with:/1)o/fOU I up Another f New Fall Silk Dresses, in the ; the popular priced MILLINERY -
as purchased to
for several weeks because of the d remember!" And lost of7them: &O.5UFall new shades and styles sizes match
hurricane on the Florida Keys and end with a philosophic'piglw Aye :he raised his beer-mug to his lips AND 12 to 52, at m_._..........._..... : our new Ready-to-Wear.
"What does this Mussolini want $2.95, $3.95, $5.95, $6-75 :. BUTTONS AND BUCKLESto
up ;
time -
the sorrow this national catas- a long ago. : .
trophe has caused. Here is a man who l leftrSlIeg' in I with Ethiopia anyway! he demanded i Tweeds, new Very Pretty Tailored Suits, In : match every material in our
India ("The northwest: frontier Then added sagely: I RUSSELL'SCIGAR shades of Velvets, Beld- the new woolens with the store.
"There's nothing there. There! and finger tip coats
Dance Tonight At ; ad, in 80") ; there a man who ing' New Cereal Crepes I swagger and MONDAY SPECIALS
I I can't be. If there 'ad o been in plains tweeds. sizes
HabanaMadridHabanaMadrid 'lost an eye torn out by a native's ,why England would 'ave taken its I and other Fall materials.A 12 to 44 from .___ $6.75 up 20 pieces 40 inch Printed Silk,
pear, in Africa. long ago." visit at our store will :New shipment of very striking regular $1.99 $1.50: yard!,
Although the last veteran of STORE to close out at EIOo
l help solve New Dress ; Dinner, Dance and Evening
Club will sponsor Sir Robert Napier's 1868 captureof your I Gowns, per yard ............. .. JUL
the' c+.susunu.eELEPHANT'S Subscribe! to The Citizen. problem.. very
a free dance tonight at Magdala, Ethiopia, died years I priced. 50 pieces Merceriled Printed'
usual hour. I NEVER. TRAVEL ago there is one pensioner who MONDAY MORNING One Another shipment of School Tweed aad Mercerized l

Juan Carbonell. manager of the' WITHOUT THEIR TRUNKS.Today's I remembers the expedition's victorious Dally Baseball Returns I case of Prints and Shoes for boys and girls, including Printed Foulards 20c

club expects a large attendanceat return. Voiles yard .. ..__ 15c the All-Leather Sun- at all per yard ..._m
this affair.PERSONAL. i I. Dial line at _.._.._.__.. You'll
Respect Black Foemen HOLTSBERG'SMonday Wire i ( buy several dresses of
I .......5.55555555555555 By Large Fall assortment $1.00 $1.25 $1.50. $1.98 up these materials when
......5......5..5...5... "I was just a nipper at the Lovely Oxfords for ladies and them you
Horoscope time," he said "but I remember -o- ': of Men's and Boys' Trousers growing girls ......-.?....-...... see )
MENTION 5555555555555555555.555. seeing 'em march through Chatham -I COME IN AND GET THE I at POPULAR PRICES.Boys' I --.._? $1.50. $1.75 $1.98 up 50 shades of 40 inch Satin::
in their ragged uniforms'\ SpecialsSEE 'I Boys' Long Pants, large and Back All Silk Qf flf|
..............5555.5.555 The person born this day will while everybody lined the streets I Shirts and 50c varied assortment of sizes Crepe. Monday yd.
MAJOR BASEBALL Blouses each .. (See Our Window Display)
I 9 to 16, at $1.00 and $1.25 :
George E. Griffin returned on have a rich generous disposition and cheered. Thay'd 'ad a crool : OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS !
New Shipment in School Dresses
the S. S. Cuba this morning froma I with good intelligence and industrious 'ard time out there. -THEY TELL I. DAILY SHIPMENTSOF plains and prints, fast -THESTOREDFFAsmON-
visit with relatives and friendsin habits. The nature will be In the great hall of the hospital f FALL MERCHANDISE colors, darling styles at
Tampa. where all its most cherished relics THE STORY CIGARS, : !, special ___ ... 98e
I I u uu hO
and the
rather being
reserved however
arriving daily -
lie, there are a few Abyssinian CANTON CREPE FALL ; t i EXTRA SPECIAL SALE ON '
.. Mrs. Harry Baldwin and niece, inner mind seldom exposed. Many medals in the cases of decora- SOFT CIGARI.TrES'\\:I personally selected by ; NEW, FALL SILK PRINTS, City' Leading Ladies' Store

who were in Tampa for a stay friends are indicated and probably DRESSES, on sale Monday ; Mr. Aronovitz, t per yard __.._...___...ou ..... 50c i ii i I. APPELROUTH

with relatives, returned on the a large family, although this only I I i i i I
Steamship Cuba this morning. will depend on the hour of birth. A ,
I -- ----- -
[:Good fortune is probable. 'JI.otePA. $1.69FALL
Michael Carey who for the past I j I l -
18 years has been making his i I I SILKS sale
home in Tampa, was an arrival -
I .
on the S. S. Cuba this morningfor Monday\ per yard39c
PUTERSON, N. J.-Two broth- : _
a visit with relatives.J. .
I j ers, Charles and Thomas Vigorito n. GEORGE tl

Fernandez and Jose Fernandez -ire; expected to be opposing can- WASHINGTON too i ,,.,,,,ti:.,, FIRMS !

who were spending awhile ,didates for mayor of this city in .....!...7t.: Mr. Holtsberg is still in New

with relatives in Tampa returned -,: November. .tIoeWHoooIJ.-. ...... .... York selecting fall merchandiseand
i ........
on the Steamship Cuba:]I iI -..r.-- states\ that it will pay the
this morning. I H. G. (Herbert George) Wells. GAIAGE".e........ Sns..r public to wait for his selectionhe aa Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Ii i noted English author born 69 RATES. fl.SO.d.. h; is buying the most exclusive 1
................5..5..1 years ago.Subscribe. assortment of goods that has ev ere
MAYFLOWER been presented in Key West.

POLITICAL to The Citizen-20c r 3rn R..s..i states that his selection stand
I ..i.d Stun, foremost in style and quality,
weekly. .;: ,. i.dia..i, and yet will be offered at prices ROSES
.. Star American Coffee
...rGAUGE.4.=r.l,. that the public in Key West can
z. i- afford. We have already received .
find out howe
quite a good representa
ELECTION. NOVEMBER tive shipment of some of th 328 SIMONTON ST.PLUMBING. good it is when you try CASH GROCERY
12, 1935 goods Mr. Holtsberg is buying and
the first Ib 25c. SPECIALTY
+........................ tIS.Lot.. shall be glad to show them to cal cup 1101 Division Street

For MayorDR. 1 Y.'I........ .... at any time. Come and see oui 1 Ib 18c
H. C. GALEY --....+ INCLUDING: / V. & S., Ib ISc.
_GA.AGI_II./wale Junior Mine Dresses
For Mayor RATlss+m.4., Velvet Dresses ,. Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

WM. H. MALONE WEST'' _PALM BEACH' Fall Silica, Velvets, Tweeds DURO PUMPS.' GroceriesPLUMBING

For Reelection Fall Hat, in both rrownujixes SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
and children sises"NeverWet" NURSERY
512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
For CouncilmanDR. Fall Bat

ARMANDO COBO w .. .r.aa s Coats, Coat-Suit and Ensemble!, PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables

Do ThisRegularly Fall Shoes, in suedet, patent*.
For Police Justice silks and combination

T. S. CARO The new cold and silver metallic SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Scarf and Belt

The GEORGE WASHINGTON The new metallic cloth for Evening Jewfish, 2 Ib*. 3ScYellowtall INSURANCE
For Captain of Police tOO *..-..... ..... .mi $...... Gowns THE KEY WEST 1
ALBERTO CAMEROFor 0,..a...__ ....ssd.-y....._ Steak, 2 Ib*. 35c A
-sd n.a L.-s.d-aaia6 The new brocaded satin foi Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ib*. 2Sc Offices 319 Duval Street
i At the time :you have RATES S2.00*4 q. GARAGE_ Evening Gown r
Captain of Police I Grouper 2 Ibs. 2Sc
ROBERT J. LEWIS your oiling and greasing \ I.I}: .W:<<.J :I ::,f:.. I Snapper 2 Ib*. .. 25c SUNDAY STAR

"BoLLy"SPECIAL done here we give TELEPHONE N0.1Sabscriptitln
your Mutton Fish 2 lbs. 25c
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crankcase a complete in- $2 Per Year
_a- spection and will advice r Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -mE-!

WAVES you as to the right kind of Fresh Crab Meat ia O can 6Se Paper Delmonico Restaurant

Two Permanents S5.00 lubricants. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY B.< ..*.ar Boor _...?. IS

for .....-.-..-_.._m._. OLD PAPERS
Better Waves $5.00 and up LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six: Dinaor. __--

; COc 78*. aaJ 65.
MRS. MILLER PHONE 151 PHONE 51 --- ---


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NELL GWYNTwo I Clarence Crusoe, Prop. .. ... ..... : ... A The of -t-- '4 f"_ .

Comedies PHONE 397 Watt Dignified Sympathetic -
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REPORT xsi:schemaLocation 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitss2Report.xsd' xmlns:xsi 'http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance' xmlns 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss'
DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20090414_AAABML' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00305' INGEST_TIME '2009-04-14T16:11:30-04:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-21T09:49:49-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314464; E20090414_AAABML' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-21T09:50:33-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1178520' DFID 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRD' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00065.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 8fc219df7592d25f5f9f428086f014d6
'SHA-1' 19a1419b776b5598eba9f4f3fcfaaa6b3a0ab367
EVENT '2018-05-21T09:50:02-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'926094' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRE' 'sip-files00065.jpg'
'96625' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRF' 'sip-files00065.QC.jpg'
'9429345' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRG' 'sip-files00065.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'44791' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRH' 'sip-files00065.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'21659' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRI' 'sip-files00065thm.jpg'
'1185425' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRJ' 'sip-files00066.jp2'
'910367' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRK' 'sip-files00066.jpg'
'97020' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRL' 'sip-files00066.QC.jpg'
'9480075' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRM' 'sip-files00066.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'36639' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRN' 'sip-files00066.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22081' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRO' 'sip-files00066thm.jpg'
'1184616' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRP' 'sip-files00067.jp2'
'967156' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRQ' 'sip-files00067.jpg'
'100232' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRR' 'sip-files00067.QC.jpg'
'9473342' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRS' 'sip-files00067.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'61633' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRT' 'sip-files00067.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22287' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRU' 'sip-files00067thm.jpg'
'1170254' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRV' 'sip-files00068.jp2'
'935301' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRW' 'sip-files00068.jpg'
'102017' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRX' 'sip-files00068.QC.jpg'
'9361705' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRY' 'sip-files00068.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'48122' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMRZ' 'sip-files00068.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'23082' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMSA' 'sip-files00068thm.jpg'
'10115' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMSB' 'sip-files1935092101.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
'2018-05-21T09:50:04-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11677' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMSE' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00305.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'11427' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABMLfileF20090414_AACMSH' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00305.xml'
xml resolution