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 23, 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
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The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
General Note:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Associated Press Day. WIr, 1 : I Key West. Florida, has the

Service. 1it !{ W' cst (Qtttt3tn: I most equable weather in the

For 65 Years Devoted to the : tp country; with *an average I

Best Interests of Key West I range of only 14 Fahrenheit i

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I Western- Liberals Seen As Big Problem Political Enemies Trade In Pan-American Airways To Start

Among Republicans In Coming' CampaignVarious ,Brickbats-Embraces Follow'

-. ---- ----- Mail Plane Service To Key West

Activities Having [BROADWAY SEES PARALLEL IN DEATHS I Many Striking ExamplesOf

Bearing On Next!; OF EVELYN HOEY AND SMITH REYNOLDS I VISITORS FISHING, ENJOY OUTINGHal These Seen Around Activities Wash.Often Beginning This Coming Thursday

Election Now Up For .. ington

Discussion tlly AaMelalrd Prn.) editor of the Miami Daily ICAUFORNI: NFACTORY"
NEW\ "C Additional Service Will
NEW YORK Sept 23-Two News J. Mclnture staff artist By HERBERT PLUMMER .
WARBLER\ COMES with the and Major (Br AwMrlate4 rrr.>
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(Cblrf .f lIanT.e Auvrlalrdrrm I Dav With Exception Of
and the Orange State Oil ,
BACK TO PORT Broadway torch-singer company familiar
\\...lalll.a: ) an axiom to politicians, _
I spent several delightful daysfishing
Most of the current deluge of. MondayMail
of multi-millionaire.:
political writers and observers of
I in the waters adjacent
with VES3SL HAD BEEN ENGAGED to Key West last week. KEY
public statement dealing
each occurring upstairs in a the "great ,ame" in general, that I. SHIP They were for the greater | SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 23.- service by plane will
meaningless and
politics are unimportant -I country home. .each climaxing part of their stay guests of the brickbat. which land with the \WEST PROJECTS

but now and then WHICH BECAME STRANDED a powerful emotional up.eLThat's Steward Leonard assistant | San Francisco's new mint will look .start Thursday morning
district supervisor of women's most telling force in politics are
some public man puts bis fingeron DURING RECENT STORM the incredible parallel work and assistant district those t like a modernistic fortress atop a fly _'_I.." I'rru.) from Miami, supplementingthe
exchanged by men who are
supervisor of professional and WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. tri-weekly service sup-
rock' but it will be designed: inside
a really point. After floating! the stranded Broadway draws between the service projects, and B. C. in private close personal friends. -The following Monroe plied by the P. and O. S. S.
That happened when Senator Steamship Dixie of the Morgan death of honey-haired Evelyn DeWitt assistant district supervisor with the ctie idea of makingit
The classic this sort
example from Miami and
Lines the Wrecking Tug Warbler of report and research county PWA projects have company
Norbeck of South Dakota and returned to her home port at Key Hoey and the death three years of the WP A adminis of thing around Washington was an up-to-date, efficient Tampa. This was announcedthis
tration. been approved .? her
West last night and is now at factory.
Senator of Delaware
Hastings of Reynoldsheir
ago Zachary the association of Nick Long- morning by J. Gerry
regular berth at the Porter Dock The visitors returned on by President Roosevelt
spoke their respective views about company's pier. to tobacco millions. the Florida Saturday night worth, late speaker of the house,.I For that is what it will be, Peter Curtis: assistant ERA and
Word was received early Tues- to Miami. J. Haggerty, its superinten- :
bringing the western liberals into The tragedy occurred WPA director in Key West.
day morning. September 3, by radio Reynolds' and "Cactus Jac Garner Dem..1 dent emphasizes. Since the $2-
the 1936 Republican fold. to the Porter company advis- behind the drawn screens of his 4TI'.I'.IT.I'1"1".1:1: Ocratic leader of the house whileLong .I 300,000,000 in gold was transferred Key West malaria Mr. Curtis yesterday after-
)fng that the Dixie had been program federal funds, $Z4.-
received"from Conrad
last to safekeepingat
"The Republican party" said wrecked during the hurricane of bedroom in the fabulous Reynold,; I lived. I II. year noon
I worth
Norbeck who retains his Republican September 2, on Alligator Reef. F. BALBONTIN I the Denver mint the mere stor- 924. Van Hyning, state ERA administrator -
I Carolina ater
learned the ship was estate in North a In I I.. another atrl" of gold, and silver bullion and
Later was senate age
.listing but often votes againsthis i Key West, garbage disposal who was in
i on French Reef. drinking party downstairs. HELD IN JAIL coin does not loom large under the
eastern colleagues "must of- example afforded by Pat 1.1
I The Warbler was at once appraised i was treasury's policy of keeping its plant 16148. Washington, word that arrangements -
fer something more than criticismsof of the Dixie's conditionand Miss Hoey died in an upstairs I :
rison of Mississippi and Jim had been made
I i stores inland. I
ON HEAVY BAIL .:chief money
Roosevelt and the scare about' after provisioning and taking
losing the Constitution. Aboveall on an extra wrecking crew, the bedroom of the Pennsylvania estate son of Indiana, formerly "wLeelII -]!I The mint will cost between. There is evidently some erroras with Pan American Airways,

they cannot win without inviting -" vessel sailed 3 o'clock that after- of Henry II. Rogers, Jr., son horse" for the Republican and i $800,000 and 350000. It is designed to the purpose for which the Inc., for bringing mail to
noon. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT make full use as above allotment of federal fundsis '
the progressives into the of the late oil millionaire. Wit- I II to as pos Key West three times weekly -
The next morning the Warblerwas regulars.The I I intended as there is no ma-
sible of the "line of production"
party and giving them a voice in I at the scene of the wreck and said it followed an eveningof AND BATTERY WITH OTHER laria in Key West and Monroe 'I' Thursdays, Fridays and
nesses in modern fac
party affairs." launches from the tug took the INTENT ON FERNANDO j I clashes by these four in'I methods employed : county and never has been. The
platform' first passengers from the strand- drinking. !i tories. It is as a factory that only casea wbtcfc !have ever been Sundays.
"If we should write a 'the political arena were fearful
I led passenger: ship. I CAMUS; BOTH OF FERA : tlaggerty looks u'On it. known in Key West are those This adsStiuttal. service will insure -
that is satisfactory to the progres-'I During the day boats from the Both MelancholyBoth I things to an outsider. Frequentlyafter 1 Impregnable To Assault which hare been brought here and I Key; Winters Mail deliveries

sives" said Hastings, "and give I 1 Warbler. conveyed about 200 of I died of pistol bullets under Bullion will mOle in a smooth, sufferers are. soon cured of. the every day except .....ay. Tuesday -
them a voice in Iarty affairs I I the passengers'and an immense circumstances giving rise to sus- I Frank Balbontin, employe of such encounters they left I the it disease. from Miami by P. and O.
point '
express the hope that they may!amount of baggage to other ves- picion of murder. FERA sanitary department i in I the floor of the house or senate' direct manner rom The mosquito which carried the I. boat, Ftorida. ; WwaMaftay andS

feel bound by the party promises i I j ads, which had answered theDixse's At the time of his death. Reyds' Iz' Wr.tj4jn.tbe. ouatj.4under ;( ._I is received in the inner courtyard disease U .the"" att9f.... h equadrimaenfatus. UtflUy fey 1...: urJ&)11
;- SO&Th jjjaiisejisers were ha''falI' 'ffi Into i arm in arm to"'thereceiring 'ana" melting "ThS ,h TTreSn'Ha (from Tampa a" -
and Iivevptd'thartjobligations where wafsald' 1 bond of $5,000, charged I breeder the larvae which. .
taken to Miami they en- rooms assay and computing offices ter of day and Sunday by plaae.AYrangementa
and not go cavorting around trained for their homes in other a state of melancholy. The deathof with assault and battery with intent Bitter Friends refinery and finally to the are found in quiet swampy, grassy -: are being rtado

with new deal vagaries." cities. Miss Hoey, whose forte was to commit murder. The complaining That most recent manifestation: There Vrill be places and streams and canal I I today for the plane to Iand at
Volumes could not present From then until Saturday the singing torch songs also climaxed witness is Fernando I coining department. choked with hyacicnth hyacinth Trumbo Island the same point
.work of salvaging: the Dixie was described i of friendly enemies is provided by I no movement of the precious metal and water lettuce," according to' used; last winter when Key W.-st-
more clearly the chief problem. what witnesses as ape-I I I I
and the ship Camus inspector with the depart-:I i Dr. T. E. director of
carried on that day through the hallways. Kennedy, Miami Airways, Inc., operated
with which the party is faced to riod of emotional unrest ..Servantsof I two recognized experts in the art
taken in tow by the ment. the state board of health.Dr. .
was floated .I i Manufacturing:; operations will daily passenger plane service
day. Tug Relief another wrecking vessel Rogers told authorities the Balbontin it is said, was given [of political propaganda-Charles be centered on the second and I William R. Warren was asked I between these cities. The landing
Long Session Seen owned by the same company;I singer repeatedly had stated a de- notice this morning of his ..sus I I relative to the funds for ma- barge which has been at Lower
Old-timers around the capitolare which owns the Warbler, and is]I,tire to return. to her apartment in pension from service to date from ''Michelson, director of publicity third floors. Not a penny will go laria control and said that the Matecnmbe is being returned to

skeptical about the success of now on her way to New York. I I Manhattan. Finally, she i.,; said I II I I I Thursday qf this week. Imme-I[ for the Democratic national committee -! up the chimney in smoke, for on I idea 14 pre)>osterous. That the'malaria Key West for the ___*.
While the Warbler was workingon I have attempted to borrow $5 diately upon reading the'' the fourth floor will be placed an t carrying mosquito cannot be IA his Message! Mr. Van Hyning
Democratic plans for a short session the Dixie the Relief summonedfrom I'I to he flew into a rage and made dire I and Robert II. Lucas, of: electric precipitating system toi found in Key West and there said that negotiations had been
of congress next year. New York, appeared on the from the Rogers' chauffeur thus hreats: against Mr. Camus, who, f( emove all metallic substances out I never has been found a case of completed with the Pan American
First off all of the regular appropriation -.scene and started operations to infuriating the young engineer. in delivering the suspension notice the Republican national com I. of the-escaping gases. malaria which originated here. Airways for the service and that

bills must be. passed.I float the Danish Steamer Leise I'; Questions Asked I was but carrying out instruc mittee. I t Though the mint has been designed The late Dr. J. Y. Porter head I the only question involved in
That takes weeks ordinarily; in Mbersk. which was stranded near Miss Hoey had known Rogers tions.It. as a factory, no effort has of the state board of health for starting deliveries tins Thursdaywas
1936 the process is sure to be: Alligator Reef light. about three her parents is alleged that Balbontinleft :Michelson has turned columnistfor been spared to make it impreg- many years, wrote a number of whether or not landing
complicated by much debate about J This work was accomplishedtwo years the WPA headquarters, located committee.' nable to assault by both men and articles on the subject of malaria, facilities could be made availablein
the Democratic
budget-balancing and perhaps also days before the Dixie was':I said. She had described him to in the old marine barracksin nature. and gave out a number of interviews that short time. Mr. Curtis advised -

about new taxes. floated and the Maersk, which !! her father, who lives in St. Louis the naval station, returned later Every week there goes out under Nothing Below Ground relative to the subject. lie Mr. Van Hyning. by wire.
The bonus already is assured a I had a cargo of 12,000 drums of i.. as a "melancholy jealous friend." and drawing a revolver assaulted The massive steel and reinforced r always maintained, M does Dr. I that facilities had been set upI
place on the legislative calendar.'. Diesel oil for Abyssinia. went under -I After Reynolds' death his wife Mr. Camus, striking:. him on the I his name from. committee headquarters concrete structure 200 by 178 I I Warren that malaria is unknown here and that ail details will have

Various inflationary proposals are ; her own steam to :Miami. Libby Holman, "the Cinderella! head" and aiming the revolver at in Washington a blistering -I feet and four stories.>> high, will! beanchored .': in Key West except when brought I been completely taken care of for
pending, and their supporters are I girl from Cincinnati" and Ab to bedrock on a blocK: here.The the Thuradav mornitur arrival.
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organizing for a congressional EQUITYLODGE i II Walker Reynolds' best friend,I him.Thomas E. Roberts who is in reply to criticism and criticsof 'just off rpper Market street. Its mosquitoes!' which are I The message received yesterday
drive next spring. What inter- were charged with murder but charge of the sanitary work, was first floor will be 32 feet above II found in Key West and Monroe I indicated that Julius F. Stone jr..
vening court decisions will requirein won acquittals before a Winston. present. lie saw Balbontin's in- the Roosevelt administration. tht}. street level at the front. ''county are the aedes taeniorynch-1 former Florida ERA administratorhad

the way of replacement legislation TO ENTERTAIN Salem, N. C., jury when the prosecution 1 dex finger tightening on the trig- In one he lets fly at "my old; Nothing will be sunk below:,,'es and aedes sollicitans, both of| aided in the negotiations. lie

Respecting agriculture and announced that its evidence ger and leaping on him managed friend Colonel Lucas" for insinuating -' ground, and treasury officials say I' which are vicious stingers but are now bas a position in Washington
other subjects: is problematical.Besides BOYS TONIGHT! was insufficient. after a struggle and with the assistance it will be proof against both earth not disease carriers.FLORIDA I with the WPA. but spends a con-
1936 is a campaign Immediately after Miss Hoey's of Bert McCHntock, another -i "that the Roosevelt ad*|quakes, and tunneling. I I i siderable portion of his time out
year. Unquestionably, many hoursof death young Rogers was arrestedon member of the department I ministration was filling the gov.! Floodlights and a band of "de; CARRIES of the capitaL M. E. Gilfond. district :

debate will be devoted to political PLANS TO BE MADE FOR ORGANIZATION a technical charge of suspicionof and Dario Garcia clerk, secured ; ernment offices with Democrats."!, fense lighting" around tne building -, j I WPA and FERA director

maneuvering and stump I murder and was held pending the revolver. "Actually there are perhaps will make it impossible fori here, also is in Washington and
speaking. It always is so in the OF PERMA! further investigation. While the disturbance was going Kepublisans j any to approach unseen. The: 155 PASSENGERS;: probably participated in the ne
last session before an election I NENT CLUB FOR YOUTHS Miss Hoey came to New Yorkin on and the near tragedy was ten times as many i only two entrances will be provided -,I gotiations.Since .
for the politicians know there is I 1 i 1924 seeking a stage carreer being enacted, employes in the holding jobs under this adminis- I with double protective doors,I : train service from the
no better national sounding board I DURING MEETING but met with indifferent success. building many of them young tration as there were Democrats and in addition a loopholed tower VESSEL ARRIVED FROM HA. I north was discontinued by the
than the floor of the senate or She went to London and won a : women, began to seek safety by under the preceding administration -'1 I will guard the trucking gateway. VANA SATURDAY AND LEFT I destructive hurricane of September -

house. I,I Members Equity Lodge !\unti -'|leading role in the musical comedy leaving the building and in a brief ," said Micelson, then turnedhis 'I The latest scientific burglarproof -I ENROUTE TO MIAMI: |' 2, Key West has had no daily
The general long-range guess i bee 70 are anticipating a large "Good News." time only a few remained on thesecond devices including a microphone I I' mail service, although for two
of seasoned members is-no mat![gathering of youths of the city) Later, in Paris. Cole Porter, floor where the exciting guns on Lucas himself. I system so sensitive "a fly I Steamship Florida arrived from, week the P. and O. S. S. company -
ter what they may say for publi-| this evening when they meet toj: the composer, heard her sing in a scene took place.Balbontin < Just In Fun 1! can be heard walking," will be i Havana 3:15 o'clock Saturday I If I was operating/ boats from
cation-that adjournment hardly I plan for the organization of a permanent -' nightclub. Intrigued by the left the building but He recalled the part Lucas is incorporated within the structure. afternoon with 95 passengers, and i iI I Tampa and Miami twice weekly.
will come before June and would ; club for boys. I Ii "torch" qualities of her singing, was later picked up for investigation alleged to have played in placing]''!The walls of the two main vaults f I sailed 10 o'clock: for Miami with:i Late last week the company an-
; not come then except that all i Tentative arrangements for this' Porter induced her to return to by Deputy Sheriff Roy Ham- the name of the obscure grocery! will be three feet thick and patrol' 155 passengers.This I I| noon<<-d curtailment of the ser-
hands will be eager to get away, club were made at a meeting held It New York where he placed her lin on instructions from Chief space will be provided completely -I trip is the last week end i vice from Miami to one sailing
before the national political con- before the hurricane but since j in an important role of his musical Deputy Bernard Waite.In I clerk George TCorris, en the ticketin I around each vault inside the trip to be made by the Florida.) each week into Key West.
ventions. t that time no other meeting has; comedy hit, "Fifty Million the meantime Mr. Camus hadgone ) Nebraska in an attempt to defeat -:! building. I Under the new schedule the chip I

No Workers Left been held, due to the unsettled, Frenchmen." Another member of to the office in the postof- I Senator George Norris. I Pre-eat; Mint 60 years Old I''I will arrive Tuesday of each week'

Even in politics it appears conditions following that disaster.|that company was Betty Compton, lice of United States Commissioner I don't know that it was exclusively On the outside the mint will be!. from Miami sail the same day for TENDER POPPY
there is 6.i-b a thing* as "an embarrassment -I Tonight: at '1:30 all youths be- now the wife of former Mayor C. Rodney Gwynn. After hear- I modernistic in appearance. One,I I Havana return Wednesday
the wrath of Nebraska at the effort -
'of riches." tween 12 and 18 years are expect-i:James J. Walker. I ing Mr. Camus' statement a of the decorative features will bel I noon and sail the same after--t LEAVING SOONTender
A reader of this column calls ed to attend the meeting on the I I| Songs that were successfully capias was issued' by the commissioner that deprived Mr. Hoover of 1 a series of 43 three-foot "coins" o'clock for Miami.
attention to ;; 'recent' unexpected I j lawn of the First Baptist church I introduced by the Minneapolis I II and Balbontin was formally the state," he observes "but it', cut in marble around the building 1 The schedule which now gov- ;

Republican victory in a municipal I I and hear an outline of the plan j I I I girl were "Unlucky in Gambling. placed under arrest by Deputy helped some." I'I' to provide an illustrated historyof ems the sailing of the Steamship, Poppy" of the light-

election in his home city. !I' given by those who are sponsoring I II' i"I Want a Primitive Man." "April I II United States Marshal Ray G. There were other references to American coinage from the I Cuba will be maintained between bMse department' fat ranking: preparations -
When the post mortem was I I'the idea. I I in Paris," and "What Is This: Bush. Lucas' activities all calculated to:: half-cent piece of 1793 up to the Tampa, Key West and Havana. j to leave for the inrra-
held. it developed that the Democrats -j After the matter is discussed I I Thing Called Love." I The accused was immediately make "my friend, the Colonel," i present day. Steamship Alamo, of the Clyde-; coastal waterway and begin a program -
had depended on a make-j from different angles it will be),,I She appeared thereafter in a.. given a preliminary hearing before squirm. I.t The new building will replace Mallory Lines, arrived 2(5 o'clock, ', of work between Ixm: Key
shift organization to get out the j decided when the next meeting!|number of musicals but "Fifty! Commissioner Gwynn who remanded Whether Lucas squirmed as he 1!the present famous old structure yesterday afternoon from New and Miami.
vote; the explanation being that; will be held to perform plans and i j[ Million Frenchmen" was her. Balbontin to the county jail read Michelson's jibes is not al I at Fifth and Mission streets. York and after discharging heavy Tender it w expected will
all the l local party wheelfcorses bring the organization into exist- greatest hit. Recently she had under bond of $5,000 to await matter of record. If the truth! Built 60 years ago and noted for cargo, tailed for Tampa. leave tomorrow for the west cast
were away in Washington or the"', enca. I devoted her time to radio and trial at the next session of federal were known however it probably!I its Greek style of architecture, it Freighter Medina of the samz primarily to ge to Egmont Key
state capital, holding down government ,! All boys between the stipulated nightclub work. court. would be that Republican Lucas''has survived the ravages of time lines,, is due in port this evening 1. and take on a load of creosoted
jobs while all the Re-, ages are invited to attend the Last winter Libby Holman returned As the alleged assault and battery called Democrat Micbelson on the and the San Francisco earthquakeand from Galveston en route to : piling and lumber for Key West.
publicans were very much at; meeting, assist in making plans I to the Broadway she had with intent to commit murder 1 phone after reading the piece and fire of 1906 without a crack I Charleston and New York. I The Poineiana. another tender
home. ; for this most laudable idea and I known so well in "Revenge With was committed on government I arranged a meeting later perhapsat in its massive stone walls. I The Ozark. another freighter I of the Seventh District's fleet. i i-
The case seems rather fantastic .\ enjoy the refreshments which will I' }Music" a musical hit. This sum- land the offenes does not come I the National Press club for It is now working on a 24 hour I of the Clyde-Mallory Lines! is due now at St. Petersburg to rebuilda
at first glance, but there may'j' be served by the lodge member1 mer she appeared in summer pre I within the jurisdijtkn of the local: some good-natured kidding at a day basis with one of its Jobs to arrive Friday with consignments beacon which was recently
be some food for thought in it. 1 ship. I sentations at Ogunquit, Maine. authorities. i each others' expense. the coining of silver for Mexico. of freight from Miami. j|knocked down by a vessel.




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THE CITIZEN PCBLISH1! TO, INC one Maxie Baer will climb Larson

JOE ALLEN L. r. AuUtMt ARTHAN.B FrUei.t..t.e.. tSmg into the ring to face one Joe Louis, the idea From Death Accident 47, of this city was fined UfO
or by a judge for pawning his wife'sfalse
From The C.tUrn Bui'dln! '
being to see which can knock the other Temperature in extreme south to-'
Corner Greene and Ann I treet I ers portion teeth to obtain liquor money.

y. Newipaper-In Key West and Monroe i down and emerge as the "logical" opponent Highest ___..........,......88 night; Tuesday generally fair ex-
Only Dally
County.Ei 1 for one James J. Braddock for the KEEP GARAGE DOORS OPEN WHENMOTOR is RUNNING! Lowest --- 78Mean I cept local thundershowers in aft-! In early Attic art, satyrs- were
t;.re Key We.t Florida. .* aeco.lid cl._ ratter so-called heavyweight championship.We _:::--=::=:=.?::====:::=:83 ernoon in south! and central por-,represented as grotesque men

-:- l i-IPTT-MXTM. YEAR....... I Normal Mean __..___._....,.___...___...821 tions. with horses' tails; later they approached
Mfmt* w .t the A ftj are no boxing expert but the De- I the type of Pan.
tae Associated Press ia *xclu.iT y entitled to me I Rainfall J JYesterday's Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
tnrr" ;acaji: of all news dlsratcbea credited to I I.t troit Negro looks like a formidable an- .
otherwise credited In U's paper and also Precipitation T. Ins. Bentle variable winds becoming'
pot I
i r here. : tagonist and we would not be surprised if SPECIAL NOTIC2 TO CITY
local new. published Normal Pret'ipitation"7_ .28 Ins. moderate northeast over north TAX PAYERS
he managed to take the measure of :Mr. eT..I.. rrrr rvvrr s.-.... peri.t ----L..L&.' I.
EDITORIAL portion and partly overcast Weather
NATIONAL rmilmf at a .lrL. .It.. ._r..c. -
..Jtl' JJ ASSOCIATION, Baer. Whether he does or not is a matter p0150N0U5 CAROON r Tomorrow' Almanac tonight and Tuesday with occasional The Tax .C&J. say t

: <=/y /935_ of no concern, however, and we don't MONOXIDE i{ fun rises _..._.____.... 6:16 a. m. showers. the City of I\til ttst, IF.kIr ct.a,

8\1BSCRIPTIOli RATES care two hoots which man wins. .. f Sun sets ........,'..'__..... 6:23 p. m. East Gulf: Gentle variable'I having submitted. .tp, .tjh City

Lie. Year -,-- ___'1000 5'00 Moon rises _.___ ._.__.. 3:39 winds Council his I j $1 rcraninarjf amassment
Sts Montb.--.. ,_ n. _' There are, however, many who will t a. m. becoming moderate north- ; "
I'lt KEEP WINDOW/OPEN WHEN ( CARt! roll for the'yrar 19S5 for
Three MonthS-_ I 4 THE .,_,, __ 1 '
Moon _
sets 4:35 p. east over evtreme north portion'
(me-Month '._... ._--- 15 be intensely interested. AS! fight betweenthe t -- approval all persons desiring to
Weekly _. : :___..:::-_ :SO two will probably repeat the experi- Uninterrupted Supply of Fresh Alt. In Car or Garage, Serves to Dispel u t u m nal Equinox and partly overcast weather tonight -i have corrections' thereof i made;

ADYERT141YG BATES Poisonous Carbon Monoxide Gas Fume. I (autumn commences and Tuesday with occasional -!where in listing valuation of property .
Made known on application. nation the
ence of the during Jack John-
SPECIAL >OTICLAll SUCCESS attending a nationwide during August by test engineers of ) 23rd _m_______._ 6:39 p. m. showers. I or otherwise are hereby notified
rMtdinr notion cards of tb &k; resolution ofrespect son era, stir up some racial feeling and safety campaign during August Cities Service OH Co. revealed that said assessment roll
obituary notices, ate.. will be charged for at few fights.A whereby more than 37,000 motorists that In a large percentage of cases Tomorrow" Tide. win be in the offi-e of the City
the rate"Or 10 cents a line.Notices cause a
for entertainments by churches from whish learned to avoid deatb or accidents the poisonous fumes were presentin A.M. P.M. WEATHER: CONDITIONS I Clerk, accessible to the public beginning
a rewind Is to be derived are .B c .is a line. resulting from carbon mon- dangerous quantities. Proper High ,...._.....______ 7:46 8:14: I Monday, September 23,

klota The of Citizen public issue Is an open and subjects forum a&.f.4 local Invites general discos KEY WESTER DEFENDS THE OVERSEAS oxide gas poisoning baa led to Its motor adjustment fulminated the Low _......_...._,...__ 1:08 2:10; A strong high pressure area, 1935, to and inehrirag Friday.
interest but it will\ not publish anonymous communl- RAILROAD extension through September wIth menace of gaseous sickness cause Barometer 8 a. m. fodayt crested this morning over Ontario -!'. October 4, 1935, for said purpose.
catops. __ the approval of public health authorities of most of ."unexplained" highway Sea level 29.97.WEATMEK Cochrane and Parry Sound,I I The Clerk's office will be open
and'motor vehicle com accidents and of the fatal poisoning 30.36 inches overspreads Most of\\: for said period from 9:00 a m. to
(Tampa Times) I I missioners. of so many drivers by fumes the eastern half of the country;I.12:00 m. and from 2HH> p. m. t.
f IMPROVEMENTS: : FOR KEY WE T Because approaching cold wea- seeping into closed cars. : FORECASTiTll while is low
News stories published in various Florida pressure moderately ;j i 4:30 p. m. daily except Saturdaysand
ther intensifies the danger, renew- The 10.000 safety crusaders '
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN who in the northern Plains Rocky,. Sundays; Saturdays win be
ed effort will be made to teach all ':
dailies this past week concerning the $3,000,000 during August presented motorists
8 Mountain and Plateau States, from 9:00 a. m. tot 12:60: m.
( m. Tuesday) ,
motorist the dual safety lesson; with cards entitling them to free p.
damage to the Overseas Railroad in the Florida Keep garage doors open when tests for carbon monoxide: In motor Key West and Viinity: : Partly Huron, S. D., 29.78 inches and Any person desiring a correction -
1, Water and Sewerage. Phoenix, Ariz., 29.76 inches! Showers above shaH file with the
: ,; Keys by the hurricane have several times harpedon running the motor. Keep one win exhaust gases will be active again cloudy with local'shower tonight as
Road to Main. dow open when, driving the car." in September. They will also have occurred during the last City Clerk on or before Friday
: =_2. Bridges to complete the that the 156-mile line from Miami> post
24 hours throughout most of Florida Otober 4 1935 his her -
Free power prover analyses of on garage doors the warning: : or petition
_- land. *< Key West has never been a. paying proposition.? exhaust gases from the cars of "Keep this door open when motor k"ce'4 ; and Texas, and in southeastern -: to the City Council, setting

: .a, Free Port. One story, sent out by a news association, ..more than 37.000 motorists, made is running.; Louisiana, being heavy at : forth his or her objections to said
4 .r t S'V Titusville, Fla., 1.68 inches and assessment and the corrections
,. 4. Hotels and Apartnents. stated that the line, or Florida East Coast Extension there have also been light ranis in desired to be made.

as it is known. in railroad circles: .hail, never' 1 last night when hi ndreds of mem- } F the Plateau region and portions of; The City Council will meet at
5. Bathing Pavilion. \
paid anything its original investn eJlt,,,ta, statement KEY WEST IN bers of fellow lodges and their New England. Temperatures are the City Hall, Friday, October 4,
: 6. Airports-Land and Sea. families gathered with Cuba Lodge unseasonably high this morning in 1935 at 8:00 p. m., for the purpose -

: ..7.> Consolidation of County and City born either of misapprehension orignoranceof DAYS GONE BY 15, I. O. O. F., in the hall on Caroline the Plains States, and have fallen of equalizing the assessmentsand !
the facts. street to assist the Cuban from the Lake region eastwardover making proper corrections an4

Governments. In view of the fact that the decision whetheror Happenings Here Just 10 Years brothers in celebrating; their*half the North Atlantic States, will reconvene from day to day
Ago Today A. Taken From century anniversary. Grand Master Shower Partly Clovtly with light to heavy frost reportedin until all of said petitions shall
1. not this famous railroad shall be repaired and The Files Of The Citizen I William S. Henson was guestof northern Michigan and New have been heard and equalizationof

placed back in operation has been handed over to honor and there were many and TueJ ay; gentle variable York State. assessments are eemp ted.

.' THE KEY WEST CITIZEN the courts, a statement from William R. Porter, The first unit of busses or the I:.members of lo-ljes from other winds. G. S" KENNEDY WALLACE; FINDER
r Key West Electric Company's parts of the state in attendance. Florida: Fair except local show-! Officer in Charge. sept21-23; oct3 City Clerk.
president of the First National Bank of Key West
I. '
transportation system has arrivedin The affair was one of the most
e WILL always seekthe truth and print it -- -----
and Key West's first citizen correcting this mistaken Jacksonville and will be placedin magnificent in the annals of fraternal

without fear and without favor: never be impression is both interesting and timely. I service! immediately after ar organizations: in Key West. ,

fvaid to attack to applaud rival in Key West. Manager
wrong or right; ;
:Mr. Porter wrote this letter to the editor 01"a itodu-'in1ied
for Bascom L. Grooms ,of the company Paul Lnmley of.the
be the proprietor
always fight progress; never organ -
Miami newspaper which had published a report said that four of the bussesare Monroe Meat Market on Fleming 't be

or the mouthpiece of any person clique that the Extension had always been a financial on their way tq Key West. Asi! i street, has sold the property and.I toyACCEPTING -.

action or class; always do its utmost for thepublic soon as the system is inaugurated' I will close his doors on October 'D01l .
failure. He pointed out that the Cuban carferry I' 1.1' IMITATIONS
;; welfare; never tolerate Corruption or here the street cars will cease, (!e requested The Citizen:!: to
business of the line enabled the railroad to build
injustice denounce vice and virtue running over the streets on which] tend his thanks to the people of j To get the orifinal Dais 100%_Part hIDe
; praise ; up a surplus of $12,000,000 in the eight yearn the busses will be operated. All,' Key West for tie: excellent pat- ---t .a- sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. mot nanTHEHBDAVlSCa

commend good done by individual or organ. prior to 1922. streets! over which the cars now rcriage accorded him during his, look. for Dais 100% Pure Paint lie*_often 1 been rot

ization; tolerant of others' rights views and run will be improved. Each busswill lime in business! And their appre-
"Three freight ferries were operated daily be operated by one motor-, ... .
ciation of his motto of "Quality t/0's tx+ :
opinions; print only news that will elevate the greater part of this time and the business
handled taxed them to their utmost capacity man who will also be the con-] and Service." Ta-'i property was It\= alt pare paint law sad .b the only paint :=.--
and not contaminate the reader; never COB. ductor. Former street motor orric of ==-.::
and for a period of years each ferry earned car bought by the Florida Keys Bond IJU, PU tbat a goa/antc porn
promise with principle. annually 200 per cent on its original cost, re- men will be employed if they dis- and Mortgare: company through I* PAINT for this ""
Guarantee label
sulting in the ferry system alone building upa play adaptability to the operationof Fabian local manager. The price .. .. look? on c

surplus of approximately $12,000,000. In this type of vehicle. f aid was $75OOOrI1nmphrey w....___wab.q.abo r..s- ar..ic..e.,-- __,.. 'b.j
addition, the railroad received on this businessits AM oar tntuctf .. mmit ty w d m4. toU ibrovfh Ontcn atrty.
The demagogue's chief appeal is to rate on the through haul from Jacksonvilleto
**"*** 1818 BALTIMOREMn
class prejudice and don't they know it. Key West the entire length of the system Robert Austin has leased the Fry representing an
something that has not been duplicated by any Wolkowsky residence on South l English Syndicate, was the purchaser G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets
railroad in the country. Beach and will take up his perm-' of eight lots in the Floricita
Who remembers when the carving of "The operating revenues of the railroad anent residence there. This statement St.bdivision. according; to :Mrs.
during this period were so large that they McKnight sales -. '
was made this morning by representative ---- --'-- '- '--
Stone Mountain was the live issue in Georgia enabled the road to go into the open money of the Southern Key com
Malcolm Meacham. Mr. Austin, isj,
market of the country and borrow $60,000- t
? connected! with Mr. Meaham in thelatter's pany. The consideration for the
000 to double-track its line from Jacksonvilleto .
development of the large 1 eight parcels of land was $22,500.
Miami. Practically all this money was ex-
pended on the main line between Jacksonvilleand tract of land on Key West which See our line of--
One of these days the world will be Miami. on terminals, shops, yards, etc., was recently purchased by him I Editorial comment: An exchange -:

more like you want it, but you won't be and very I little if any of it, went into the from the Key West Realty com-i favors cln'.s for women,
Overseas extension. but only when kindness fails.
here. pany.
"The economic situation in Cuba is primarily [ GLASSWARECHINAWARE
responsible for the present plight of the I
F. E. C. railway Cuba's economic troubles At a special meeting of the The early inficx of winter 't'iSi-1
Seemingly no' Roosevelt administration started with the collapse of the sugar boom in county; commisioners to beheld I)tors may be noted t y the
is without 1922 and have become increasingly worse new faces seen at the
complete the digging of
tomorrow night bids will be opened -
resulting in political upheavals which have left t library. Daily one encounters j I
for the construction of a]
canal. the country in an unsettled state, with all strangers look 2 oer the shelves ,
business throughout the island more or less boulevard around Key West shore;! with their many volumes in
paralyzed. This situation in Cuba cannot con- and the construction of a roadway j search of something with whichto 1Lr
The difference between seeking and tinue indefinitely and when conditions im- from Saddle Bunches to Sugar i
while away: the hours in health-
there as they are now doing you will The work will be carried
prove Loaf.
getting business is often in
the advertising of West.
this reflected in increased giving atmosphere Key
find improvement I'
on from the recent bond issue au- I
methods used. earnings of the F. E. C. railroad and particu- thorized by the voters of Monroe I
larly in the operation of the Oversea extension Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
county. The :Issue was for $2,- I r
to Key West. weekly.
The Liberty Bell cracked a centuryago Mr. Porter's statement coincides with"the gist 650,000. '|I I .e

so up-to-date comedians may begin of an editorial published on this page last weekiin i I 1- KEY WESTCOLONIAL

making cracks about it. which it was pointed out that Cuba may be oitlthe The new law which was to have |I
become effective; October: 1 has HOTEL !, eC p ,ia,, .>
threshold of another era of expansion in which been extended 15 days and after j jtl I' r

A case the Overseas Railroad would find itsfalities .:.t date all persons in the real estate -, In the Center of the Business J i
not in business
person & **' 9t '
business -ill be required to and Theater District
be- ,
in keen demand for transportation of freight
to the value of
see "profit motive pay a license 'or conducting the ;
necessary in its conduct.In tween this country and Cuba.It business. The law has been framed -: First CU._Fcr.proof- i

is to be hoped that the courts decide that by al le men, it is said and covers : Sensible Rate* I i I

railroad should be rebuilt.A the field of operations very.
the struggle for existence, don't I thoroughly. -- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI !

overlook your bets; the town that wants to

win out now, must FIGHT for what it gets. classy young woman, too, is usually That Odd Fellowship means Garaf Popular Price Elevator ,ww

class conscious.We good fellowship was exemplified

The back to nature movement is gain. --- .

ing ground. Shorts are close to where we also usually get paid for the wild! 4

started and soon diapers may be comme il oats we don't sow.Twentyfive .

faut. J

cents spent in a classified Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty

If President Roosevelt next year singsto advertisement often brings in dollars in re I

:Miss Democracy "Let Me Call You turn. Loan Bonds Are Advised To I II

Sweetheart", she may not smile her acceptance I

so readily as she did in 1932. If a woman has so much intuition, See Us With Reference I

Four years of uncouth courtship has somewhat why is it necessary for her to ask all those $1.00 and'rip per Dinner. ..Set,

ruffled the sweet disposition of the
questions To The New Treas- I
present popular dame.

fen I Many other useful and decorative .
Business is to be a breathing ury Financing I II ..
The convention that
the Con-
stitution included General George up Washington spell motor, ,but also.a lot of businesses need a.- pul-I I I I II articles for your home

Benjamin Franklin then in his

later 82nd to year become James President Madison, James of Virginia Wilson, Selectivity-in -radio -sets- would be I The First National Bank of Key West ){

noted lawyer Alexander Hamilton, only more important if there were more pro- South Florida Cofifractmg & Engineering Co

30, Edmund Randolph who became the grams worth selecting.It .

first Attorney-General, John Dickinson, I Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal -: Pbccc S9S' White and Eliza Streets

wise statesman, and Oliver Ellsborth Con seems that we now have four Deposit Insurance Corporation t
"Your home is worthy of the best"PAGE
necticut jurist, who became a senator and branches of government, legislative executive -

chief justice. I judicial and investigational. ..

..000.000..e. iIssssisaaaaasaiaaaisaaa whom the world calls "sinners "
I ,

and never a word of harsh criticism : TO CRf.DlTOR
I or unkind comment fell from I In r* Evtatr of
her'lips.She LEAGUE .
SPORTSCUBS judged1others'' according to Club- W. 1. Pct t'To all Creditor. Leg =, httf1-
------- -- Barn's admonition, to Detroit __.__ 92 $3 .&34 tiatftx, and all persons having
(By JOVE) claims or demands against the
REST THOU IN PEACE "gently scarf your brother New York __..__._ above. named .. .
man. 85 59 .590
........................ You and each of ,
....*...**.............. Still gentler sister. woman; Cleveland _..___..__ 71 70 .524 notified and required yon to prearnt are.. kerebr and
Tomorrow night Maxi Base and Though they may gang a kennin file any claims or demand, in the
Boston .__.._____ 14 14 .500
Yankee "The Lord hath his way in the wrang "' office of the. County .Indite. Monroe
Joe Louis will fight at the
whirlwind and the storm." To step aside is human." Chicago _+__.__ 71 74 .490 CWMtjr. Florida; which. yea or any
Stadium for 15 rounds or less fora of yon may have against tile estateof
"Thine are these. orbs of light and She scorned all sham and Washington __ 66 81 .449 Reca P-<''OII. deceased, late of
I.....',..,..............{ million dollar gate. They will pre- Monroe
DOUBLEHEADER shade; tense5', and had an abiding faith in St. Louis ..._u.u_. 61 84 ..&!1 ehrfct calendar County months Florida from; within the
MAJOR LEAGUES' share 60 percent of that or in the Thou madest life in man add her own judgment, and if her i Philadelphia __..... 56 87 .St: date of this publication tw-wit: the3ird
neighborhood of $600,000 'fort brute; course met with her own approval dy of SeXM> arA D. tts .
TO I PLAYED SUNDAY playing in the ring for 45 minutesor Thou' madest Death;- and lo, thy she followed it fearlessly, unmindful IXXTISB CBRRT,
PENNANT DOPE I foot of uncharitable comment NATIONAL LEAGUE Co-Administrator- Co-AdminU-
less and I am down here mak- -
tratlx. re*srttety.
WINCARDS Is .on the skulls which then hast or criticism. i Ch.b-- W. L. P<:t. ROGER TVATKIXS,
......I.I..fiad......... ;:;;; ing $8.80 a week for six days a "
I SERVICE T SPLITS IN made. Her outstanding traits were, Chicago _.__...._._ 97 52 .651 Attorney for Adms. .
i $y WILLIAM RUSSELLThe week and Sunday mornings Death is welcome to ourselves, devotion to her parents; loyalty to St. Louis __._.n.._.... 93 54 .& -.H.H.df-U
VICTORIOUS IN TWIN: Detroit Tigers mathemat-. TWIN BILL STAGED AT thrown in. But, then, I am no and often to our friends, whenwe tLose to whom loyalty was due; 331
New York .._...._. ..
51 .
ically cinched the American J prizefighter. Anyway there will I are but bearded grain, ready faithfulness to friends; courage Subscribe to The Citizen-2Cc
BILL WITH CINCINNATIREDS League pennant Saturday' when ARMY BARRACKSBy be lots of disappointed people in for the reaper; bat it is cruel and fearlessness. One seldom finds Ir Pittsburgh ______ 84 65 weekly;

TO CAIN ON WINDT they defeated the St. Louis Brownsin andI when it cuts down a flower just 1 r such filial love and devotion Cincinnati '_____"..'_ 67 84 'I
the world matter who wins
both games of a doubleheader.It no beginning to bloom and shed the coupled with a sweet intimate I Brooklyn ......._........ 63 82 .n4
CITY TRIBES was thelIec nd straight junior ( JOVE) ,I will be one of them. If Louis perfume of happiness on all who I I companionship as existed between I j Philadelphia .._.____ 63 8.J .429, MONROE THEATER
The Service ten split a double-i does lose I'll be disappointed and come within the sphere of its t her and her parents. I II +
circuit flag for Coehrane's men. .
Boston ....__.....__.__ 35 110 ..2411ed I Katharine Hepburn-Chas Boyer
The Tigers were aided in their header at the Army Barracks yesterday if :Maxie loses Oscar Will be dis- beauty and fragrance. Such a I I can picture her in the futile II -in-

*etal t. Rae Cltlxra) double victory "by brilliant' pitch- morning. In the first game I I appointed. One man is sure to one was Mrs. George G. Palmer, I struggle against the elements that I I-l BREAK OF HEARTS
NEW YORK Sept. 23.-The> ing from two of their four the Administration defeated them nee Miss Rosalind Grooms who were.dragging her to destruction I unusual aptitude for the work! Matinee
win matter what the outcome:
Chicago Out wen their eighteerth! mound aces, Bridges nad Auker. no. was ruthlessly taken by the hurricane bravely battling, but without al and gave promise of being one of Balcony, 10c; .
Straight game yesterday behind! The American' League champions 7t02. I'I'will be, and that's Bobby Schultz. that swept over Mate- whimper or expression of fear. the best reporters in the state. i trai 15-20c 11-2h

brilliant pitching by Larry French are now taking it easy until Score by innings: R. II. E. eumbe on Labor Day. Her thoughts were not of herself She laid j
and excellent fielding by .his, the first, game of the World Series Service .__ 002 000 02I 3 Detroit has cinched the American I generally try to avoid. super but of her mother and father. She, was rt rest yesterday
teammates.' The score was 2 tel, which. will be played in Detroit Administration- League pennant and the Cubs latives but it is difficult to do so must save herself to save them amid the encircling gloom of hun-i

ft. Blanton, of the Pirates ; / 205 000 x-7 11 1 and Cardinals are fighting for the in mentioning the virtues and at- from suffering. 't dreds of sorrowing friends and ac- ;<

ed good bait allowing seven hUd-1 Batteries and Powell I National League pennant. So tainments of this young woman. And all these qualities were pos- "qcaintances* :
to- French's nine. It was On Saturday 'the Chicago Cubs : Ortega ; let's wait for the results. Many She was beautiful, far beyond the sessed by a young woman only Her parents have the deep sympathy -' RUSSELL'SCIGAR

greatest home stand of any Chicago -I{ defeated Pittsburgh .4 to3, to E. Roberts. .( and Rueda. Cardinal fans have switched to the lot of women f she possessed a bril- twenty-one years of age. of the entire communityi I 8
nine. Returning to their j gain their 17th consecutive' win, ;, r-- ,a I. Cubs since that team passed the liant intellect that scintillatedlike Her father Mr. Bascom L.f."Yet in these.ears, till hearing i

own grounds on Labor Day the in which Lon Warneke was the In the second came the'5ei ce !world champions, and many a' diamond and reacted with Grooms, comes from a fine old dies, )
Winyd City"; Tribe have won 19 of hero because his superb relief team won ,from the. ?Bayview.\ ,Americna League fans for team! the celerity of lightning: ; and her Georgia family. Her maternal j I One set slow bell will seem ';
their last 20 games the lone loss pitching. Yesterday the Oubs Stars. I" *V-- other than Detroit have switchedto mind was stored with useful facts. great-great-grand father was Captain to toll STORE0

being to Cincinnati In the secnod annexed No. 18 by downing the Score by innings} .>jJt.H.: J:;. Cochrane's clan.TODAY'S With her brilliance. she combinedrare Duke who was keeper of the (f[ The passing of the sweetest >
game of a holiday doubleheader. Pirates, 2 to 0. Bayview good judgement and,common Cape Florida Lighthouse in 1838 ,i sod -0-
Just 21 pitchers have been used in In the meantime the World Stars'I GAMES sense.' She was a most interesting I when the Indians- set fire to they i[That ever look'd with human ;

the mad drive by the- Cubs. Theyare ..Champion. Louis Cardinals lost Service -..... 400 Q2$ x.+G.;.3' 3 conversationalist, and a finished interior wooden,. staircase. One o i eyes. + Baseball Returns
assured of a two-gam edge 9 to 7 to the Cincinnati Reds onj 1 I Batteries: Elwood and Russell; letter-writer. She took advantageof her grand fathers, Mr. II. B. j .1 I II

I over the Gas House Gang from Saturday. Three home runs' fig 'Ortega and PowelL AMERICAN LEAGUE her educational opportunitiesand Boyer, 'was for over a quarter of hear it now and pjer and o'er 1 II ByWfreO
Si. Louis. Yesterday's contest was ured in the Red victory. The loss New York at Washington was a fine grammarian and a century in charge of the Unit- Eternal greeting; to the dead;

played before 40,558 cash customers. carried the Redbirds three and a I Gomez vs. WhitehilL rhetorician. Her knowledge of the ed States Weather Bureau at Key And 'Ave, Ave.' said. -'

J JA half games behind the Windy City DIAMONDBALLGAME Only game scheduled. classics and the best poets was nn.usual West, and forecasted many West 'Adwu, adieu. for evermore." I COME IN AND GET THE
two-game victory over the Tribe. for one so wit Indian eyclores. Strange irony JEFFERSON B. BROWNE. .
Reds 14 to 4 and 3 to I, gave However, the Cards gained half NATIONAL, LEAGUE I i was incisive and although a bit of that she lost her life in one of) I RESULTS OF THE
added pennant hope to the St. of the game setback by downingthe TONIGHT 1 Boston at New York-Two 'I' a cynic, her cynicism did not im- these murderous manifestations I I MAJOR BASEBALL
Louis Cardinals in their desperate Reds twice yesterday, while Games--Frankhouse vs. Smith;I I bitter heron the contrary, it of nature, that BENJAMIN LOPEZ I LEAGUES0

attempt to overcome the Chicago the Cubs won a. single contest, to I Brandt vs. Gabler. I made her charitable to the shortcomings father spent nearly all his life ob FUNERAL HOME j jSerna&
I The Firemen will cross bats Brooklyn at Philadelphia- others.. Her -
Cubs. In the opening game, a come up to three games behind of great serving. Welt
rookie just up from Columbus Charley Grimm's men.Dizzy with the Busy! Bees tonight in a Benge vs. Mulcahy or Bivin. heart was filled with a sweet love She was appointed' Official ( Half Key CIGARS, CIGARETTES

went in after Hallahan was removed Dean won his 28th victory in the I regular scheduled league game. I Pittsburgh; at St Louis-Weaver I for humanity and all will miss her Court Reporter of the Twentieth !i 24 Hoar Ambulance Century Servic SOFT DRINKS,
in the second inning and nightcap.The The batteries will be J. Walker Smith or Lucas vs. Walker, P. merry salutations. Her presence I Judicial Circuit by Governor! Licensed Embalmer ETC

pitched excellent ball allowing Cubs have only five more I for the fire fighters and Ward lori Collins or Haines. I I brought cheeriness! into any group Sholtz. This position she held un-j Phone 135 Ni:.hl 696-U 1
only two hits and one run. He games to play. They will not be ,the Bakers. Only games scheduled. I into which she came. For those tit her marriage in 1934. She show-i i

also pounded out two hits and seen in action any more until .
drove in three runs in the 15-hit i Wednesday. I' --

Card attack. Cincninati made seven Frisch's men have seven remain .
errors in this game. In the I ing contests to plat, two with the

nightcap, Dizzy Dean fast coming Pirates one today and another tomorrow -
back to form, won his 28th and five with Chicago, .; '
game of the season, and added to which will end the season.
Paul's 19 victories, it is shown Should the Cards defeat the Pirates -

that the Dean brothers have won twice and lose just two to ._ o t'. .. _

47 of the' The brothers have lost 11 games i be out of the runningHowever We .
each Dizzy allowed only three I should the Redbird! i 1fJ
hits and fanned 10. I down the Bucs twice and win four don't know J
Castleman won his fifteenth I out of five from the Windy CityI -

victory of the season when, with I i Tribe, the world champions will _
his perfect hulling and Jackson's I j cinch the pennant.
hard hittnig, the Giants downedthe .. In other words, St. Louis has % v
what MR.
Dodgers, 5 to 2. Bill Terry{ got to win six out of her seven smokes

manager of the New Yorkers, an- j remaining games which is a big
pounced yesterday that he will retire j i job, especially whet the Cubs will
as an active player at the end be the opposition in five of them.
of this season and will devote all : and he is not endorsing our cigarette
his time to piloting the club be- Owens; Linke and Holbrook. .

ginning) next year. I
A new National League record i First Came i eJ

for defeats in a single season was At Boston R. H. E. but he is an outstanding man zit the baseball r

established yesterday when the i New York ...._._........_ 6 13 1 1
Boston Braves lost their 110th I Boston __....______ ___.__ 4 10 1
game in the niffhtea of a doubleheader -! Batteries: Ruf rag, Tamulis world and has won his place merit
to the Phillies, after dropping : and Dickey; W. Ferrell and R.! on Jfjj
their 109th in the opener. The I FerelL I I
Phillies formerly held !he recordof I

109 losses in one season. I x ? a, 9J i +I
I Second Game
In the American League, a a .
At Boston R. II.
rookie Earl Caldwell from San New York _......._...,..__ 9 16 F"I A aa
Antonio. Texas let the Tigers
i Boston ....._....._.._.---._.2 :"
down with three hits to win 1 to 0. In 't world
Batteries: Brown and Dickey 'cigarette .
; .
Schoolboy Rowe lost the game. and Ostermuefler. .. a. t .
The Yankees won a doubleheader -: I Po' h ti
from the Red Sox 6 to 4 and .
9. to 0, before the largest crowd 1 I NATIONAL LEAGUE Chesterfields are thought of

ever to attend an American loop I At Chicago R.; II. K. .-4.- ,. *. ;

game in Boston. I Pittsburgh ......._..+.._..... 091 .
The Athletics lest two games! to Chicago ......... _......... 270 .as outstanding
the Senators, 10 to 2 and 11 to 1. I Batteries: Banton! and Pad-ien; ff
The Chicago White Sox and French ant: Hartnett. yY

Cleveland Indians: Slit a twin bill, \

the Indians winning the first! 4 to I Firtt Came -they have won their place I .:hH, /
the second 9 to 2.
3 and dropping
At St Louis R. H. E.
The wrjimaries follow: I Cincinnati -----------------------4 6 7 '' 'r.. t1d ry. : i

AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis .....-._..----._...___,14 15 1 -. strictly on merit : -' ,
At Detroit R. H. E.

St. Louis _....._..._...._..... 142 Batteries: Scott Hilcher, Frey
and Lombardi!; Hallahan, Ryba
Detroit .. .__---------------0 3 1
and Davis. ...
Batteries: Cadwell and Hems-

ley; Rowe and Cochrane. e
Second Came wt
At St. Lonis R. II. E. :
First CmmeAt
Cleveland R. II. E. Cincinnati _..__---____...--.._. 131 :.r

Chicago ......_. ...............__ 3 12 0 St. Loris 351
Cleveland _.................... 693 Batteries: HoHtngsworth: and
Batteries: Jones Wi h@'r. Campbell; P. Dean and Delancey. ,

Phelps and Sewell; Harder and
Barbark. I i S t At New York R. II. .:.

Brooklyn .._..._...__..._ 280
Second.- Cam*i I!New York ..__...._...._.-.... 5 8 1
At Cleveland 'R. H. E- Batteries: Earnsturw, Baker and

Chicago __ .____-----9 14 1 Lopez; Castleman and Mancuso.

Cleveland ._.__.........____ 381
Batteries: Stratton and Shea; Fir t Game
nilde brand. Winegarner.: Gale- At Philadelphia R. H. E.

house Lee and BrenzeL Boston ............_____....-_._-.510 0
Philadelphia ...._...._........., 7 12 2, Ite4 .. or mildness
First Came Batteries: Brown and Spohrer; ;

At Washington RH.. E. Jorgens and Wilson. I .. for better taste

Philadelphia: ..............._.? 291
Washington ____....____.......10 13 1 Second Came
Batteries! : Fink. Dietrich and At Philadelphia R. H. E.I t4 ",, .-?, -.;. J ; MICKEY COCHRANE of the.Detroit Tiers,

Richards; Newsom and Bolton. Boston: ._.._........_._._ 361 '0; > :
Philadelphia ....__...__._.._._ t 8 1 a- .: ; r. ,- American League Champions; flayermonoferf

Second Came Batteries: CantweU and Spohrer ; '.
At Washington R. H. E. ; Walters and Todd. -' :-iJ.t.. t one of haseha/rs greatest catchers.MONDAY .

Philadelphia .....-__..._...---. 183 ':
Washington .__...____...41 10 4 Subscribe to The Citizen-20e :l' : .. '!
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SYNOPSIS: When Fm Feltt had sometimes done. June rushed night for Miami where he expects Miami where he will spend a while ------ I PascfcaU WM i

t4ha> ntarMd.oa M(.Ekt..i Aer parcm7, .14. .alter ea with appalling speed to meet her. to remain for several weeks. with relatives and friends. Furniture Week will i eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesesee married for the twelfth time in

=r ':" how solkye David .L. brad Emily looked dasedly at herself I be celebrated, by the entire nation I FOR RENT CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER this city. J

brvtaer of wary Jndttlt CarroO Carroll aer t.-, In the lighted plerglass.! The glass. :Miss Mace Gaiti nurse at St. Joseph Torano, Jr., left Saturday from September 30 to October S.' 12. 1935eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

iowd CarroU mitegf lost tkeir roommai plantation But, and U. she felt, was playing a ghastly Joke Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville, I on the Florida for Miami en Furniture dealers all over the FOR RE.\'T-5-room furnished Pierre Loti was the pennameFor

Zfevfcl, arreared M tIs Orient. on her. This wasn't herself in white who was spending a vacation with |'.route to Gainesville where he will' country are preparing to feature apartment. Laundry tubs and Mayor of Louis Marie Julien Viaud
K. Judith bas written tat Dari4 satin and lace veil; It wasn't even
<* iit lta.t>.I. sad int n hat only timid Edtrt 8arnetto Gaiti, left Saturday night on the week. Phone \
: this 152-M.
/all back:upon:.*. nuf_,*tm. Its rouge and the eyes were so big I University. septlStf 1
bat not wrack worn Edtci I* t. S. S. Florida. I O. S. Long progressive furni-! For Mayor
and dark that they looked Inhuman. I
Ji. Fork en b *< Relief, for
I' has start
Emily usually wore simple J. Lancelot ;Lester: jr., left ture dealer of this city TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED WM. H. MALONE Quick
Mrs. V. A. Archer left the local to make this
on ed
17 clothes: plain little crepes In summer a APARTMENT. Conveniences For Reelection
Chapter [ the I
'!I Saturday on en route
,beautifully tailored woollens Florida Saturday night for Miami week that has been designated for porches.! 519 Eliza- .
EMILY DECIDES winter: Emily had never worn white where she goes for medical treatment -Ito i Baltimore to continue his:I I better homes a success. beth street. Apply 523 South- For Councilman Chills and Fever
studies in medicine which
IN Edwin'* absence Emily found satin and lace.And although Emily's I I were: Long's Furniture Store is starting -.i ard street. sept I
herself forgetting the narrowness face was sometimes white and worn ______ I started at Florida University. tomorrow September 24, and I I DR. ARMANDO COBO -

of his mind and remembering the It had never looked like this. I! Jack Hayes son of ifr. and Mrs.1 I ------ 'I I continuing through National Fur-!: FURNISHED APARTMENT with and Other Effect of l

breadth of his tore: forgetting the Someone was fussing with the J. A. Hayes left Saturday en I i>I L. P. Artman, publisher of The niture Week. and ending October Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson For Police Justice Malarial '

little habits of thought and action veil: arranging It and rearranging route to Gainesville to resume his' Citizen.' left Saturday night on' 15, making it a four-week event.I'l 1001 Eaton street. Phone T. S. CARO
that Irritated her. and remembering it: pulling It this way and that. She studies at Florida University. the Florida on a business trip to' "Now is the time to get that i 879-J. sept4-lmox Don't put up with the suffering of
his honesty and stability: forgetting wanted to snatch the veil from her I For i Malaria-the teeth-chattering chills and
I Philadelphia for visit with his room ready to rent duringthe I Captain f Police
a spare
of his hats and l of Malaria by
the angle re head and fling it at Mrs. I the burning fever. Get rid
membering the sheen of his hair. had made Mlms. who Claude Albury head of the U. .>on, Norman who is at college,I coming season, say Manager I PIANO TUNING ALBERTO CAMERO petting the infection out of your system.That's .
Was It possible she wondered for It and who was fussingover S. Immigration unit in Key West.leit ,' and Point Pleasant N. J- and expects -: Long. Liberal tcnns shown; in an I what Grove's Tasteless Chfll Tonic

the first time that love as well as "Would It now She said distinctly: Saturday night for Miami to to be absent from the city advertisement in this i issue! make PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo For Captain of Police does-destroys and driftS out the infec

charm might be blurred by familiarity leaving met yon You mind can going come away back and In appear as a witness before the. : for about three weeks. He was: it easy for Key Westers to refurnish -I reno. Excellent piano for sain ROBERT J. LEWIS tion.system At against the same farther time builds up your

? ten minutes. grand jury sitting this week. I I accompanied by his son L P. or add the odd pieces cheap. 1018 Division street. "Bobby" Grove's Tasteless bill Tonic contains

lie was away two weeks and Mrs.Mlms.accustomed to the outbreaks tArtman, Jr., who will go: to necessary. J au 26-1mox f tasteless quinine which kills the infection
when he came hack Elston had takenon of brides smiled understandingly R. J. Favorite construction en-| Gainesville to enter Florida Subscribe to The Citizen. in the blood.It also contains iron which
the flaming glory' of October as and went out closing the door gineer with the Stone and Webster I University to study for the M. A. PLANS SPECIAL ROOMS builds up the blood sad helps it overcome
I I Malaria weB fortify
If to welcome him. Even the tone softly behind her. She took an almost corporation, left Saturday night I degree. | SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS against the.effects.of re-infectian.These as are the as effects

of his voice as he called her on the ghoulish delight in these last for a business visit in Miami. I I [I"TIlE MUNRO--Rooms unexcelled !;- -on- you want COMPLETE refief.Grove's
telephone seemed different tantrums of brides. ------ SALE ON SHOES'I' I Tasteless full Tonic is pleasant to take
"Was It "" I I Mrs. Charles Rosam left Satur- in price and location,, PERMANENT WAVES
? she
a good trip asked.
When Mrs. Mlms had gone Emily Paul Herrick and Ellis England,. Florida running water. 128 N. E. 4th i and absolutely safe even for children.I .
"Yes. But the best of It day night on the for a bottle
was-coming Two Permanents I No bitter taste of quinine. a
turned and herself with the American
back. May I see you tonight flung face down operatives i visit in Miami with her son in law street, Miami, Fla. ug26lmoxJaCKBeaYllle'a ; for $5.QQ today and be forearmed against Malaria.
His voice throbbed with his upon the lace-covered bed. What Telephone and Telegraph company -"land daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. L. A four-day sale on Nunn Bush For sale at alt drug stores.Now two sizes
eagernews. was she doing dressed in an this left Saturday night on the I! Hunter, and other relatives. Shoes Wendell's:! Exclusive Men's Lratflac ....d" Better Wave. $5.00 and up _SOc and $L The $1 size contains :2-i!
"Of I paraphernalia almost married to Floridafor shorttstayi iriarcy Shop will start tomorrow and according MRS. MILLER I times u much as the SOc size and give !
course. was expecting
that evening before the JOUoAnd fervor Edwin?? How on earth had it hap on business.. I iqt j *. |C* to the special offer shownin ITHE SEMINOLE I Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J you 2$% more for your money

of his Joy at seeing her. her pened Lou Smith was a passenger on this issue, real reductions have ..:. .,. _
defenses down. Sebastian\ Cabrera,,ir., l left tq.D the Florida Saturday night for been made on Mendell's present : r
went wasn't difficult, really, to see i .-i '". t t4DASALE
"Oh. Emllyhe! cried.Don't IT it happened: the constant_ the Flonda,Sattmbiy fbt a eta o.t Miami and other points on busi- stock of this nationally known .... ,....,"
;'ft. :
make me wait too long!" dripping of water that had worn several days on busincs$in Miami.Miss .I.ness. brand. .::; ",;;r 1
She smiled gently at him. feeling away a stone. It had begun with Fall stock in the Nunn Bush: : =.. : .::
tender and maternal and protective: Charlotte's words In the woods that Doris Saunders was a pas- Cyril Lowe left Saturday night line have been shipped and to f '1" !I 11II1' ".4"5t ..

feeling everything' but the ecstasy day so long ago: "After all. my senger leaving onthe""Florida for Miami after a visit of several make room for the new shoes, this f ::' I
that she had longed for: the ecstasy dear. there are worse things" and Saturday for Miami to spend awhile days with relatives and friends. store was instructed by wire to- ,
which five years ago. had been too It had culminated on that night in I with relatives. day to clear the shelves. Mr. Men- i[i jt t
keen to endure. David had been October when she had mistaken habIt dell states that this is a splendid sJsrks.avllle I _
transferred to Istanbul,and Insisted for love Sidney Berkowitz left Saturday Ygnacio Carbonell, son of Mr. opportunity for those who demand onNunnBusii
that he was never coming back- She had missed Edwin then because I and Jft-s. Juan Carponell left Fi.rldaCILta.
night for Ocala on business and quality to get two pairs for lit .
"Not any longer my dear." she there was nothing to take Saturday night en rout- to B. bRIXER. Manager
will go to visit his friends and tle more than the ordinary priceof A human home-like institution
his place but she wouldn't have Gainesville where he will attend ShoesSports
saId.The former schoolmates at Florida one. where yon will find r \m4lwt4mmt
wedding they decided. wouldbe missed him. she repeated desperately University before returning to Florida University n>mf.rt sad ..m.rt.,..*.t a mat 1
the following June. Emily would to herself in Birmingham, for Key West. I l LEAVING TONIGHT ter of great importance. ;
have preferred having burnt her example with Charlotte for com -0A -
George J. Cook and Thomas E. '
bridges to be married at once but panionship.And steel rirerr located Whites formerly sold
Frances had definite ideas on the In the Intervening months Miss Helen Remsen who was, Reedy of Miami, who were in Key Miss Katie Saunders, daughterof !. the bract of the city ,
abject of spending a vacation in Key Westas : Fest for several days last week on Mrs. Charles Saunders, will at $6.75 to $8.50 pair
weddings. she had been 110 drugged with excitement i -obvery any
You didn't get married hastily; and with the approbation guest at the home of Mr. and i business, left Saturday night on leave tonight enroute to Lake- Room with Combination Tub

you made the most of It, and allowed of those about her that she had managed Mrs. Roland Weatherford jr., left i the Florida for Miami. land, Fla-, here she will spend a and Shower Bath Radio. Electric I

your friends to make the most most of the time to avoid the Saturday night for her home in visit with her uncle and aunt Mr. Ceiling Ventilation.Fan Comfortable Slat Door for Bed Summer with $4.95All

of yon. You had to have the required serpent of doubt. New York. I Melody Hour On and Mrs. L. A. PernellIIfRE'S Mattresses of Inner Spring, Construction
amount of linen and the prop But nothing had prepared her for I and IndividualIng Read7S

er amount of attention and excite- the shattering finality of this; for Q. II. Starling who was in the Thursday Night RELIEF Lamps. Sales CashMendell's
went. A trousseau alone took several the sudden inescapable conviction city for a visit left Saturday RATES

months. It yon shopped prop that she couldn't go through with It. night for Miami en route to St. ,Irritelcd SkiizWherever ...cla
n_... Private n... ___ *::...
erly.And She shuddered it the scandal; at Petersburg. Mrs. Starling who is The tenth Key West Melody '_r it is-however broken thoK M n__.. Private Bath _._ 2.,9 Exclusive Men's
because this was. she hoped the thought of the wedding presents visiting with her parents Mr. and! Hour next Thursday night will soothingesmol *. "_.*. Private Bath _.__ .... Shop
the last episode of Frances' 24 n_... Private Bath __ ___ B.O
reg. displayed in the drawing-room and
Mrs. Thomas Skelton and other|usher in the Fall Season in the l I* Sample n_... Private Bath Los
nnm. Emily yielded to her wishes. Itdidn't the caterer who<< was at the moment
relatives will remain for a longer musical life of Key West Commodore IMbHT I.NtHKASE FOR
matter a great deal and perhaps making creamed chicken for two stay. von ?MHetk-Liuba H. OCCGPAftCY DOCBLBI.
It was wiser to accustom her- hundred But I
guests. most of all she D'I
W. .
today.Preparations ---
self gradually to the Idea of Edwin shuddered
at the thought of hermother's I
Mrs. Ernest P.
Roberts jr., are progressingto
as a husband.
Indignation and her
There was a certain satisfaction father disappointment.The who was in Key West for a stay make this concert an outstanding -

In having settled the Issue. Nothing door opened quietly and with relatives and friends left 1 one, truly an overture of r.

she decided was quite so trying as Frances' voice filtered through the Saturday night for her home in' success for an anticipated fall ..;
Indecision not even deciding a thing clouds of lace..:""Emily dear whaton Homestead.Mrs. and winter season it is said. .5% /
the wrong way. earth?" FIRMS

And It did simplify things. They She sat up slowly. She wasn't Hesba Roberts left Saturday CATCHINGCOLD
would build a little house not too crying: her face wouldn't have night on the Florida for a visit
close to her family or Edwin's. and seemed half so stark if the had been. with relatives and friends in

she would be rid of that gnawing! She said in a broken,T-hiaper. Miami. ?
uncertainty' about what to do with "Mother. I can't do it" Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemY I
her life. You could travel a very' Frances Felton rose magnificentlyto the first warn J

rocky road once your feet were set the occasion. She neither stormednor PALACEAnna sneeze-quick
upon It: It was those awful moments a few drops
commanded. She sat down be- "Neagle-Cedric I Hardwicke ; op
when you were deciding which fork side Emily and took her in her I nostril Its
to take that tried Jour soul so arms. -In- use helps
sorely. NELL GWYN Star American Coffee R 0 S
'Emily.. she said "I don't sup manycolds. JOHN c. PARK 1FT'SYou'll
France's pleasure was one of the pose there was ever a girl in the Two Comedies
brightest spots in these months. "1 world l who didn't feel-panic- I Matinee: 10.15c; Night: 15-25c VICKS VA'TRO'MOL find out how
thought you would never come to stricken FLORAL PIECE A CASH GROCERY
-at the last minute. It's 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try
your senses. she said."You've kept : quite natural.
Edwin waiting so long and he's been -''It can't be." Emily scarcely the first cup. 1b 25c: SPECIALTY :
1101 Division Street
10 patient about it. I can't tell you I recognized her own rolce. "Not ,
how delighted I am." this." P L U bl BIN G LARGO Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

-Yes," Insisted her mot h e r. v. & S. Ib lSc
AND the rest of Elston seemed to "This. It's nerves all of It. Haven'tyon i I r :

small towns.France's Elston opinion.loved Like a big all searched ever felt for this a slmllle.way beforeshe"before a National Furniture Week DURO PUMPS Roasted Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

wedding: It derived a certain vicarious Groceries
tournament or an examination -
thrill from s<* Intimate a glimpse ? When yon wondered why on September 30 to October 5 1935 I PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

Into the lives of others. I earth you'd ever gotten into it?" 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
And unquestionably Emily was "Xo.7 said Emily. She knew the
doing the "sensible thing. She feeling her mother meant, but it The whole nation will join in celebrating National PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables

wasn't cut out for a career; you had wasn't like this. "They were never Furniture Week. No other country has so many
only to look *t her flower-like faceto this important. beautiul homes. No other people take such pride in I

know that. "That's why the feeling is so In- their home surroundings both inside aud out. Now a SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Only Jeffrey surprising fear In her tensified. When It's over and you're whole week has been set aside dedicated to Better -
eyes one day. had seemed to doubt. safely through it all you'll wonder I Jewfish, 2 35" INSURANCE '
Homes and )
designated to make home (
people more
"Of. coarse he's a fine fellow :
how could THE KEY \\VEST
you have been so fright conscious than before. Yellowtail I ak..2 IL. 35c
honey.; he said soberly "but If you ened. Going away with Edwin will
don't really love him and want to seem the most natural thing In the We are starting Tuesday September 24, continu. Yellowtail oa Bone. 2 Ib. 2Sc Offices 319 Duyal Street
marry' him. don't you do It!" w rld." Grouper 2 Ib. 2Sc '
ing through National Furniture Week and ending SUNDAY STAR I
She smiled at him. but the smile
"If yon broke It off now." her October 15. Come and share in the remarkable bar I Ssspper 2 Ibs. 25c
held a trace of desperation."How on
mother went on gently"It would be TELEPHONE NO. 1
gains and terms we will feature during these four Mottos Fish. 2 IL. 25c ,
earth are you to know. Dad? I was the end of everything between -
Sabsrnptinn $z Per Year
terribly In love once and it didn'twork and Edwin. And when he was completely weeks.

ter." out. Maybe this will be bet out of your life you'd miss Get that spare room ready to rent during the I Large FRESH Select SHRIMP.Oysters Key Weat Only Sunday -THE- Try Yr ", ..Ie At

"Yes. agreed Jeffrey who had him could terribly hava done and such wonder a you coming season. You can easily turn it into a regular Fresh Crab Meat ia ih cans 65c Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
cash income. Now is the time to refurnish or add the PORTER ALLEN
worshipped the fluffy girl that Frances Emily FREE PROMPT DELIVERY -
slowly and
Felton had been. "Love's not Infallible from the lace-covered bed. wearily odd pieces necessary. Our liberal terms make it easy Business Office Citizen B.clwei..r Beer ______ IS.I .

either. After all.its what yon "Send Mrs. Mimi In here then, for you.DURING. I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building sin Course Di..,", ----

make of it yourself and maybe this and let her fix this veil again." THIS SALE YOU CAN BUY AT PHONE 151 COMPANY nor ... as.
is your best chance for happiness"And Frances Felton's face didn't I P H 0 N E 51 ------ Tare
he had kissed her and changedthe change. CASH PRICES ON THESE EASY TERMS: I

subject (Cop,,".". "". by Marian SinuJfct. I $ 1.00 to $ 25.OO 1.5 down, 1.5 each week for 4 week i .' -.f"I -t" ; '
And winter gave way to spring E..II"t: ;;._. late $ 26.00 to $ 50.00. 1.5 down 1-8 each week for 8 week AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation U WrapPRITCHARD :
gain and Instead of lagging as It &tustlen.STEAMSHIP. S 51.00 to $75.00 1.5 down 1.12 each wirek for 12 week I 536 FIe....[ Street JEN

,- -- S 76.00 t. $100.00 1-5 dews. 1-4 each month for 4 moath pact in .. package rP'.JOiI
$101.00 to $IZS. O. 1-5 down, 1-5 each month for 5 month .:; l '

Co. $126.00 to SI50.OO. 1.5 down 1-6 each month for 6 month I f'5t.Tke t>/

P & 0 $151.00 to $175.OO 1.5 down, 1.7 each month for 7 month I Watch PRINTING INgaifi.d. 5718patJaetic -
$176.00 to $200.00. 1.5 down 1.8 each month for 8 month Doctor C o.rtsy

MAIL ROUTES FOR $201.00 10 $%25.00. 1.5 down 1.9 each month for 9 month DONE BY US

MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES $226.00 to $250.0O. 1.5 down 1.10 each month for 10 month 1 NOTARY PUBLIC
Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays. Wednesdays and 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH I WATCHMAKER JEWELER -THE-

Saturdays 8:30 A. }L WITH ORDERLong's AND ENGRAVER

Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays I See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS AaIt.Ja.. I iI -

6:30 P. 31.Leave. ALL PRICES REDUCED

Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. Furniture Store I Citizen Blel&. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office
Hoerss 9 to 12-1 Ie 6
Sale of tickets for Havana will lop at 8:00 A. M. PHONE 51
800 FLEMING STREET PHONE 80 i 1 Op.a Saturday Nights PJ.- S48 Ntlv.r SleepT
For farther information call Phone 71

J. H. COSTAR. Agent. 1 j




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'2018-05-21T09:57:40-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
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xml resolution
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xml resolution

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