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 24, 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).
General Note:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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; Who Prevented DiscontinuanceOf NATIONAL ROAD REPORTER I Carrying oat its iatenti-:2': -I-eellent condition for this coming I (J Enter Coming National Campaign

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Postoffice In Indiana Town I DITIONS project are approved, the Key 1 work and 40 men$19,722.24 are employed on FLORIDA BRINGS CITY TO START Failure To Fully Agree

I West WPA nit put 65 men to the project.

I :-: Seaweed, sawdust, dairy fer- 163 PASSENGERSSTEAMSHIP WITH TAX SUITS On Public Issues Will
'CASH Stu Hawley Texaco's National work yesterday on two projects. I tilizer and sponges are to be
Postmaster General Pre- VOUCHERSARE
Road Reporter, has made a studyof I The project, for which $24- utilized in developing fertilizerat Be Another Factor In
vailed Upon Through the compost pit. The fertilizeris CUBA ARRIVEDIN I DELINQUENTSLIQUOR
ISSUED BY conditions in Florida followingthe 586.24 ha been made available, to be used in the beautification Activities

Plea Made For Its the golf program, that is now under way in PORT YESTERDAY AFTERNOON .
for improvement to
hurricane and has compiled a call
report on the damages resulting course and development. of a com Persons planting trees or with' I FROM HAVANA I INITIAL By BYRON PRICE
I gardens which are in need of fertilizer fklr .r B.r.... The
HERBERT PLUMMER therefrom, which he is sending out post piLGreens j will be provided with a I SPECIAL MEETING CONDUCTED .. u-......._As..HateiI'rr. )
WILL BE HANDLED BY LOCAL of this by calling at the Steamship; Florida arrived this Two

for the information of winter bunkers and approaches J supply aspect of the current political -
WASHINGTON., Sept. 24.- MERCHANTS IN SALE OF on the municipal golf course are pit after the project is well under l morning from Miami with 74 passengers LAST NIGHTAt discussion
( are noteworthyfor
They held a celebration in honorof visitors to this great state. to be improved and will be in ex-I way. for Key West and 89 for

FOOD AND CLOTHING TO He found that "the damage was' for Havana, making a total of what they Mem to portend
'Big Jim" Farley out in. Lincoln a special meeting of the Cit r
CLIENTS confined entirely to the upper 163 passengers. The ship sailed for 1936. One i* th. tendency

Indiana, and back of it all Keys. There was no damage in LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE LINES I I for Havana with 92 passengers.The Council held last night it was decided
S. S. Florida brought 23 toward emtreme personal bitter
lies ODe, of.. the_ most.. human the city of Key West nor on the tons of freight, 275 packages of I to institute tfx suits again!
Cash vouchers are being made I mainland of Florida. Every .effort MADE AVAILABLE FOLLOWING STORM I r express and mail ;'e... The other U the failure to
stories to come to life about the out by the social service depart- delinquent in the Bear future
I is being made to repair the Steamship Cuba arrived from I agree on clear-cat public issues
postmaster lfeDer.LPostoFFice ment of the Florida ERA for the highway so that the winter va- 1 I Havana yesterday afternoon with The city attorney was instructedto
I last week in September Mrs. Nina I Long distance telephone com on last Thursday communication three passengers for Key West Day by day the debate over the,
cationists will be 'able to reach I ,, .
had decreed held direct between Havana proceed with preliminary arrangement
the was and 90 for Tampa. The ship sailed
Ryder Johnson director their favorite fishing camp by munication line of the American I I personal competency and even the
and New York. Further tests for Tampa 6:30 o'clock with 103
that the postoffice at Lincoln department, announced this morn November 1. There appears to be 1 for the proposed proceeding -
I i Telephone and Telegraph Comipany were yto be made before the lines passengers. sincerity of Mr. Roosevelt grow
no doubt but what these efforts
(population 75 persons), established ing. !, would be declared ready for use. I Freighter Medina\ of the Clyde- *.
) Authorization was received will be successfully completed by were made available yesterday I, Yesterday afternoon ManagerT. i Mallory Linen, arrived! 8:30 o'clock ia volume. Day by day the fug
in 1856 in Nora KitchclT the time the winter tourists begin II I I An ordinance pertaining to the,
I from the state office for issuing to arrive in that section." for use between Key West H. Fittman, in charge of the I last night from Calveston. After of word surrounding the acclaimed .

I general store would be abolishedand I direct relief wherever possible t Key West branch, told The Citizen !discharging and taking on cargo sale of l beer, wine and liquor ia
with the vouchers which are being and all ("taints north. I that the lines were ready for of live turtle and a miscellaneous central tssce-the con
that thence-fourth. inhabitant I S. SINGLETONARRIVES 'I business and the radio telephone freightage, the chip' sailed 9:30 the city of Key West, covering
made out to cash. The vouchers Right after the storm experts titutional issue--become* thicker
receiving sets at both Big Pine o'clock for Charleston and New various
of Lincoln and vicinity would receive local provision in dispensingthe
are to be accepted by merchants -
of the company started setting up and Tavernier were working per- York. and more confusing.
their mail by rural delivery. and no charge is to be HERE fectly. different beverage, wa pal*. .
made for handling them, since the radio telephone receiving andtransmitting There is but one drawback to 6ne of the bitterest campaigns -
The community seethed and I JACK RICE \\V ASVISITOR ed on its initial reading.
radio said Mr. Pitt-
Florida ERA will reimburse mer- station on the Keys, system in history" now is com-
boiled over the prospect of losing chants to the, full face value of STAUNCH FRIEND OF KEY !,,i f man, and that is that the company One of the provision in the
its postoffice which for 79 years one at Big Pine and another at does not guarantee secrecy, as TODAYRADIO monly predicted fer next year by
I the vouchers. WEST REPORTS DELIGHTFUL ordinance i is that no place of bust.
had been the clearing house of I there are some ultra short wave
I Those which are made out'spe- Tavemicr. politicians. When they say that,
I radio sets which be able to I
village opinion. In desperation the: VOYAGE ON SHIP may net handling these product will
to native : cifically to clothing or food must Several days ago it was an pick up conversations between the ANNOUNCER CAME IN ... most of them do not refer to the
inhabitants appealed : be used forthose commoditiesonly noanced in The Citizen that the: points on Big Pine and Taver-, bo permitted to operate betweenthe
son now in Washington as a news- had been completed and][nier. FROM MIAMI ENROUTETO developing dispute about the constitution -
paper correspondent Everett: Mrs. Johnson emphasized.Cash Among the arrivals on -the Flor- I hour of 12 mdinight Satur.

Watkins of the Indianapolis Star. is not to be given for those ida this morning was one of Key __n __ ___ __ _, __ HAVANA CUBA They knew how diffi-
West's staunchest friends of day and 6 o'clock Mutday mora-
"We appeal to you to save our!vouchers. standing, Stephen Cochran Single-long I[ EMERGING I cult it k going U be to define that
pride Native Son Watkins wrote The am.ounts of the cash vouchers TENDER IVY QUETTA i.lf.

Big Jim." "to spare us the hurt, for the last week of September ton.He Jack Rice, radio announcer of issue in term* which tit* wdfaary
we would suffer if our village is| to not indicate that relief reports a delightful voyage SHOCKi!!Miami visitor in Key West It alto specific that all place .
EARTH was a
I swept off the postoffice map with '.clients will receive the same from Miami\. in company with Captain I LEAVES PORTJ[FROM this morning arriving 9ft the S. S. must close around atidnight on voter will undep! ..... They referto

' arokk Think bow ,and! Jrlrs- Fd. Butters, hero je ;: "** *" f ih J .1
other -
6rjXur peat amount for any month, Florida en route to Havana for t weekday a* we- '- lc tsOtatt -
you would feel, Jim. if your birthplace since payment to client de- survivors of the storm which swept I stay of several days. There are various
-Grassy Point, N. Y.- pends upon the monthly allotment away their hotel at Matecumbe. SAILED FOR TAMPA WITH I WAS VIRTUALLY DEMOLISHED Mr. Rice said that about De- embodied in provisions To some degree every President -

should some time have its pride made for direct relief by the state Another companion on the trip ,cember C he will conduct a part how the ordinance as to runing for reelection becomes
places of
was Jack Rice, whose golden SUPERINTENDENT business must
trampled upon by some heartlessP. office. of radio entertainers and announcers be the real issue of the cam-
voice has made him internationally all of which mutt
JL G.. ITT ON BOARD ON MAY 31 to Cuba, following a contestto
be in paign. If the trend continues
famous as a radio announcerin an orderly manner. prevent -
Order Cancelled I be by tM NeC chain.
BALBONTIN the United States and Canada put on Attorney George Brooks addressed that promise to be true ina
touched. Immediately Just how many will composethe
Farley was who is en route to Havana to further the council prior to the indeed of
high degree
he canceled the order closingthe Lighthouse Tender sailed (By Anoriatrsl Prr *) group he did not say but the of the very
extend his field of endeavor.Mr. Ivy passage ordinance, and stated
Lincoln postoffice. And he BE ARRAIGNED BOMBAY, Sept. 24.-Ill-fated most" important members of the President Rooeevelt m 1986.
l that
Singleton says the finest this morning for Tampa with he felt that the councilwas
replied at length to Watkins reminiscing I thing about the splendidly appointed Superintendent W. W. Demeritt Quetta, virtually demolished by an group will be 24 beautiful blondes. making a mistake in passing I A Radical Chang

of his own home-town Florida is the fact that she I earthquake: on May 31, slowly is who will make the trip as guest the measure in its present form, Development of the personal
I I board. He will make in-
on an of the National Broadcasting
postoffice."I DEFENDANT WILL BE GIVEN stops at Key West and he takes I digging itself out of its own ruins. referring especially to that part attack on the Pre.WeRt is all the
was touched when I re- satisfaction in the cir- spection of.aids on the west coastin Company. bearing on closing at
particular Although British military headquarters midnight more interesting ia view of his
ceived your letter," he wrote "be- HEARING BEFORE U. S. I cumstance that has brought him to the Seventh District and confer have been removed to Saturday, and remaining closed
Point is in the same I I long immunity from that sort of
cause Grassy
Key West ticket. with officials. until Monday morning.
COMMISSIONERFrank on a one-way Karachi there no longer is any MRS. STARLING
position as Lincoln. No greater Mr. Brooks said that this criticism.For .
that the
Others sailing on the vessel are: danger once thriving city pro-
volume of mail arrives at' Mrs. Al R. Moore daughter of I II will be completely aband)ned. Its vision would work to the detri- many months after he took
Grassy civil population is returned and ment of those who have taken out office, it was a matter of general
in a given period. Balbontin, who was plac- Mr. and Mrs. Demeritt who was licenses
saying that during the
hard to clear the
working wrf:: remark that those who disagreed
"The postoffice in Grassy Pointis ed in jail yesterday under bond of spending a while with her parents forbidden hours was the time

in a grocery store, the same as $5,000 on a chargq of assault and and goes to join her husband age.Already one movie theater has' RECEIVED WORD OF HUSBAND when most of the business was f with administration policies seldom 1-

our thousands of postoffices of alike battery with intent to commit mur- Lieutenant )Moore U. S. A., in At- been reclaimed and is showing to', carried on. aimed their artillery; at the

character in the country. I : der will appear before United lanta. full houses night. Its mat BEING INJURED IN Regarding SentimentHe I White House. They attacked, not

have a friendly regard for small States Commissioner C. Rodney FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Mr. and Mrs. William W. De walls every the further stated that he felt Mr. Roosevelt, but Mr. Farley,
and. equip-
are flimsy
postoffices and shall always have Gwynn tomorrow for a hearing. MILD TOMORROW' AFTERNOON meritt, Jr., who were in Key West ment none too reliable, but the" / AIJ. :0ICCIDENT, that the council should obtain the Mr. Hopkins Mr. Ickes, Dr. Tug-
that feeling for them."I When arraigned yesterday morn- upending their vacation. They are I sentiment of the people in general well, or the "brain trust," or some
programs are a welcome relief to ,', .. ,
remember full well as a kid : ing before Commissioner Gwynn en route to Atlanta, where Mr. / and not a small minority, in adopt- other individual or group. That
those who for months have buried
going to the postoffice every i and the bond fixed the commissioner Demeritt will resume his studiesat J JI Mrs Quintan II. Starling who I ing an ordinance of this nature, was unusual.

morning, exclusively) ) for the pur- announced that he would Southern Dental College. corpses. r before marriage was Miss Dessie and concluded his remarks by stat The change has been a radical
I I I More than 50 shops have reopened 1!
( pose of getting the letters which I continue the case until 10 o'clock I Henry M. Adams, 77, died 5:30: Also in the party en route to in earthquake-proof asbestos :.Skelton, left Saturday night on' ing that if the ordinance was passed I one. Recently various of Mr.

rarely arrived but really for the Wednesday morning.' o'clock this morning in; his! Atlanta is Delio Cobo, who h i : structures and applications' the Florida for Miami en route to in its present form, that he was' Roosevelt's political enemies have

purpose of looking at the scores I home at 1106 Fleming street. Fun likewise a student at Southern I'i for licenses have been received her homei in St. Petersburg.Mrs. satisfied that many would w referred to him as a faithless public

and stories of the baseball games \WM. A. PITCHER eral services will be held tomorrow -, Dental College, returning to his.i., from several hundred merchants.I : Starling was spending a : forced to discontinue business on servant, a breaker of promises,

the preceding day. I used to meet afternoon 4 o'clock from the studies after a vacation with his :I Stocks of shops were. sal, vacation with her parents, Mr. and I account of lack of patronage. a deceiver, an opportunist.When .
the mail carrier as he passed my residence to First Congregational i family. j vaged. many Mrs. Thomas Skelton when she re- I The ordinance that was killed he announced a "breath

home and walk to the postoffice I DIED LAST NIGHT church. Rev. E. R. Evans officiat-, While streets are being cleared I, ceived a message advising that t I at the regular meeting on Friday ing spell" for buninuna, the burdenof

with him to make sure I would be ing.$ PLAN OBSERVANCEOF I I rapidly it is estimated the redemption -' her husband had been seriously injured i night of last week, which would many opposition replies was

there upon the arrival of the only I Funeral arrangements are in of the stricken city will in an automobile accident in,. have made it lawful to discharge that the promise should not be

copy of the old New York Herald FUNERAL SERVICES BEING charge of Lopez Funeral Home. :I require at least another Tampa. shot guns during the hunting sea taken seriously-in otter words
that. in those days reached Grassy Knights of Pythias of which JEWISH EVENT year.LIMITS Immediately upon receiving the son for doves in certain areas on that the promise could not W

Point. CONDUCTED THIS the deceased was a member will I II news she made arrangements to the eastern end of the island; was trusted. Such a reply goes to the

"It was delivered to a Republican AFTERNOONWilliam attend and pallbearers will be selected I TIPS FORt leave on the Florida for Miami brought before the council again heart of the President's sincerity.

but he was a great friend of from the organization.Mr. The Jewish New Year will be where a motor car was to meet last night, and after some discussion : That also is unusual. In recent

mine.". Adams is survived by his observed in Key West, beginning i I PORTERS IN PARIS her and proceed at once to St. was passed on its initial reading years it has been customary: for

'Jim Farley Day widow, Mrs Annie E. Adams; at sunset on Friday t Petersburg. for the second time. opponents to question the wisdom
A. Pitcher. 74, died four Mrs. Ella I Prior to the last meeting and capability of Presidents and
When news of "Big Jim's ac- daughters Key, 27, and continuing until sunset
tion reached the village of Lincoln -I last::; night 11:30 o'clock in illness.Mercedes Mrs. Flossie Atwell. Mrs. Macie Sunday evening. I RAILWAY\ GROUP the ordinance in question wa' presidential candidates but con-

a "Jim Farley Day" im- Funeral hospital, after a long held Weech and Mrs Alice Hamlin. The Jewish stores' of the city I FRENCH GOVERNMENT ENDS passed on its first reading at a cede their aineerity. It may be
medaitrly ordered. Although! services: are being I There are also 12 grandchildren will close I special meeting, but when comingup different in 1936.
wa& 4:30 o'clock this afternoon from during this period, with LONG BATTLE BETWEEN
the village has only 75 inhabitants,! the Lopez Funeral Home chapelto and three great-grandchildren. services to be conducted at the I COMESTO CITYCHIEF for its second, third and final) Mr. Do*ley's QuestionSo
I I reading at the regular far as the constitutional issue
PORTERS session was
more thatt 700 persons attended. I the First Methodist church, synagogue; by Rev. Phillip Kristal PUBLIC AND
that all I killed, which made it necessary to is concerned, a whole floodof
To demonstrate politics I day Saturday and
Sunday according
Rev. J. B. Culpepper officiating. COUNTY BOARD -
have the reintroducedlast oratory leaves much to be said.
was adjourned' for the day, the Pallbearers William Pinder, to announcement made CONSULTING ENGINEER .
are I (Br A.I.. Press) night. Both sides declare they are for
Republican precinct committeeman -: today.
Charles Sam Pinder,
for Lincoln) Joined with the I Charles H.Curtis Ketchum Charles MEETS TONIGHT PARIS, Sept. 24.-The French : AND ASSOCIATES Prepared Budget the constitution. Neither sid has
Democrats i in down tree I i government has made itself arbiter The tentative budget that was said it would favor an Amendment
rutting : ADVISORY .
Mathews and Fernando Gato. ARRIVED TODAY
in the neighboring'' woods and I i I of the long battle between presented at the regular meetingon or would oppose an amendment.The .
50 feet highto The deceased is survived by one I l i I I! public and porter by setting a Friday night with action de- issue would seem to be one of
erecting: a' flagpole brother Eugene T. Pitcher and Monroe\ county commissioners ADVISORY 9:30 A. Mv A:!,
Jim standard schedule of tips. ferred a the time, will be takenup degree-* question exactly how
the honor and memory of one sister, Mrs. Athalia Baker, of will hold a special meeting in the tropical disturbance of moderate':' H. Frohman chief
II Often porters are. over-tipped L. consulting: at a special meeting of the far the federal government should
Farley. Nora Chattanooga, Tenn. court house tonight for the purpose but increasing intensity is central -'I and then get more, just because engineer with the Florida East I cO ncil at which time several oth- go in regulating local activities.It .

As many as could jammed ; of hearing complaints and about 200 miles south of' the tourists' knowledge of French Coast Railway company; Associ- er matters of a financial nature remains for some one to draw

Kitchell's general store and adopted i receiving tsetimony as to the Kingston, Jamaica moving west- I money language and customs is ate Engineers R. S. Langford, pl will be discussed. that line in words of one syllable.It

resolutions praising Farley and PRESCRIPTIONSFilled value of any property, real or northwestward about 16 miles per inad qQate. P. Pierce and others, arrived on The meeting last sight was pre- It I fa hard to see how the rank

hi.. work. And to top it all feet off. by Experts in the scientific: I personal as fixed by the assessor. hour. It is attended by gales and Now two francs, or 14 cents; is the S. S. Florida this morning. I sided over by Leo H. Warren,I and file ever will gather a clear)
they painted in letters accurate compounding of yourphysician's I County Tax Assessor J. Otto possibly>> wind of hurricane force charged for the first valise or I Just what their mission is was I president of the body, with all oth- understanding from the abstract

high on the side of the store; prescriptions I Kirchheiner will be at the meeting near center. Another disturb package and one franc for each not stated, but it is understood: er members in attendance. Clerk I arguments of lawyers or the circuitous -
which housed" the village post- : and the 1935 tax books will ance of slight to moderate additional burden. to make a and ; those
i Day or night- *e deliver they are survey Pinder, Auditor Albury, Attorney utterances of -on
office this legend: be open for inspection. All interested I sity is central about 150 inten-j Porters are forbidden to ask check of the company's property I Lester and other officials were both sides-who do not themselves

-LIXCOLN POSTOFFICE II GARDNER'S PHARMACY! persons are invited to be west of Roseau, Dominica for more, no matter what the and report on the condition present as well as a few interested 10 appear certain just what

THANKS TO JIM FARLEY. 1 I I present.' I moving west northwestward. hour or the size of the package. found. spectator i they win favor.

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.c itp '[lIt5t tt FASHIONS IN FREEDOM 1 1I ,t I Georgia is enjoying a pleasant to the gong at the begiaiog of the

pubIish.d Dally Except Sunday By I:l TODAY'S WEATHER ]( KEY WEST IN I I fishing trip with a group of Key sixth.
TKE: CITIZK" PCBUSHUfG CO. IMC.I. "A/I"/ Smith, one of the nation's i i I West friends. The trip was arranged -
.. P. AKTMAIt rrvaMratJOB ing citizens, former of New'lead-I DAYS GONE BY I by Charles H. Ketchum
ALLE\i.:\ AaaUtaat Bt.Maaa5'r ;i for the governor and his staff. Key West won the fourth gameof
Comer From Greene The CitlxeA and Ann Building Street. and Democratic candidate for I Temperature t Jacksonville to Florida Tstraits HappB .K> Her. Jnl 10 Year* Others in the party are Colonel the six-game baseball series!

respected by all for his integrity his sin Highest ........ .- .._. ...89 j; and East Gulf: Moderatefnorth- AV Today At Takaa From Robert F. Spottswood representing now being played with Okeeeho-
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Lowest ....?__.:::::..==?.::::.:::.::._78! east or east winds and t partly Tli. Filet Of TK. CUU BM Governor John ,Martin of bee in that city. The score -was

Key Wee("Florida County., as second claaa matter cerity and his shrewdness in analyzing i I Mean --..-............,.....................g4 overcast weather tonight and I 1' Florida; Lieutenant Thomas 4to3.
_" .W- .5tXTH YEAR public questions. As the principal speakerat I Normal Mean! :.....,.........__......82 Wednesday: with occasional showers >s. Malcolm Meacham who is:' tached to the Key West naval
JfMBfcvr .f the AaMeiate Prea a recent dinner in New York, he said to I I Rainfall j over south portion. j in Key Wet' visiting in company,i tion; Captain John F. Berry, at-I Subscribe to The CHizeft-20e,
Tile. Associated Press Is xclusTely! entitled credited to use to his hearers Yesterday's Precipitation .03 Ins. with her husband, is combining!the Coast Guard; Andrew R. weekly.
for resai hcattoa o* all news dispatches "Keep your eye on the Con- 1
Normal :... .26 Ins.TLi WEATHER: CONDITIONS .
it 3r not otherwise credited In this paper and also .. Precipitation business with pleasure and today i ler H. R. Mallory and L. Russell
beta.'NATIONAL stitution. rrr.r.1 rvvrr" :w-...r praise
the local news published lot. Warner.An .
i purchased a. Mr. Mtkbam
. lit t> VIrL." .101..5. 1
tWTCRlAl) About the same time the German Tomorrowt Almanac- I{, A tropical disturbance of.mod,1 jokingly remarked that he expected I

ASSOCIATION State Secretary in the Reich Ministry of Sun rises .................... 6:17 a. m.j erate but increasing intensity was recently that Mrs. Meacham : oil lamp exploded last night
.ad(f w. /9J S Sun sets ........... ..... fc:21 p. m., central-this-morning about- 200 I was about to become his business 824 '
Justice at Georgia street resulting in ,
was informing public JaiAaica .
a gatheringthat miles south of Kingston. ,
-, Moon rises .............. 4:28 a. m. rival and this purchase may be a
small which
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the will of Hitler: is the supreme law I Moon sets ......._..._.. 5:06 p. m. moving between west and west- tart toward the establishment of t a Tire required the i iI
jyne Year ..._____": _.....__.___...__110.00 ,northwestvard apparently \ about j cervices of the fire department. !
Ilx three Months Months_".-,,-_.:."'---, -- Lie 6.00 of the land. Tomorrow'* Tides P.M. ,16 miles per hour attended by that rivalry. I An alarm was sounded from Box''

...___..' In the United States the A.M. 333.{ In 30 minutes the
tin* Uosth 1 shifting gales and possibly winds flames i
At the meeting of the ExchangeClub
wstli ___ .50 High _........... 8:30 8:41 .
ADYERT19tNf h1ATE9 the supreme law of the land and the Low ""_ _.. 1:55 2:35 near hurricane force over airman today President Willard A5- were extinguished.
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Made known- on application. lives liberties and fortunes of our peopleare Barometer S a. m. today t area near: the center This b location bury advanced the thought it will I
SPECIAL ItOTICfc. Sea level. 29.96.VVEATHEK is about 725 miles southeastof be advisable for all of the mem-I: The Givens and Givens company -
All reading, obituary notices notices, cards, et-of* wUl than be**.charged resolution for at treBPf'et. not subject to the wills of dictators. Key West. Another tropical bers to attend the meeting of the'!; is organizing a branch company -
the. < rate of 10-cat. m. line. But "Al" Smith knows, as do other disturbance of slight to moderate county commissioners to be held 1 which will enable stockholders WHEN you buy roofing
Notices for entertainments by from wblb I : / FORECAST: intensity was central above 150 September 28 as it is expectedthat to participate in the profits new or old prop-
derived S cent a line.. statesmen, that there are definite designsin
A rerenad Is to be are erty,get money's worth.
miles west of Roseau Dominica made from sales of j your
The Citizen la an open forum and invite discussion the board will award the I being prop- roof
that the
of public issue and subject of local or general our own United States to revise the Con (Till 8 p. m.., Wednesday) movinvVestnorthwestward.: contract for constructing the long! erty on the Florida Keys. Mr. Civ-i Be sure for will deliver the service you-
Interest. but it will DOt publish anrn mous communications. stitution as a document outworn-as Key West; and Vicinity: Partly Scatteted showers have occurred bridges necessary to complete the' ens says that the individual of pay you desire.

though there were fashions in freedom. I cloudy tonight and during the last 24 hours Overseas Highway; from Key. West' limited means will be able to operate -I We handle Carty Roofings
; from Alabama and Georgia !southward to the mainland. I in large transactions and enjoy -. and Shingles-product* of a
This has shown itself i in t manufacturer with over 60
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST design suggestions I { / over the Florida peninsula j liberal profits. of successful
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN to deprive the highest judicial branch ot
government, the United States Supreme i J1t. ", I j: region southeastward over Texas. ,tonight for the purpose of award-I cost no more than ordinary
t : Editorial comment: One more
-r There have also been widely scat ing the contract for oonstrucing materials-get our prices.
Court, of the power to effectively uphold i \ .91.! E : tered rains in northern localities. the boulevard around the eastern incident relative to High prices is
1. Water and Sewerage. f brought from South Africa where SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACT..
what is left of the Constitution.If I l { I Des Moines Iowa, reporting 1.42 end of the city, and also take care
: _....1V natives are forced to pay $IS0
inches. continue i ING & ENGINEERING CO.
Main- Temperatures
2. Bridges complete Road to any think this is not a step in the i I ef the plans for building roads in for a wife. i
; in the :
land. : ;'\\I' abnormally high the Key Largo section t>f the 1 Whit
and Elisa Streets
direction of intolerant dictatorship as we and I '
L I States and Mississippi Valley, Keys. i
5. Free Port. witness it in the rest of the world, let them L' ,fr.:; degrees yesterday in western Mis- l Clyde Knight proprietor of eight round bout staged last nightat
think again! Showar.
4. Hotels and Apartments. Partly Cloudy
: souri. Cool weather prevails this Knight's Smoke Shop fct Duval the Athletic Club. His opponent -
c- **3K '
"" "5. Bathing' Pavilion. The legislative attempts of the past probably occasional showers; gen-i morning' in eastern districts, and and Front street, is having an was Kid Pazo. West scored a --

6. Airpbrts-Land and Sea. several years to circumvent the. :constitution tie to moderate northeast or easfJ! temperatures were unseasonablylow I electric' arc light placed at the technical knockout in the fifth
winds. I in New England, with freezing cbrner. lIe has also had an electric 1 round as Paso failed to respond
have been and the
Consolidation plain 'only powerof j
7. of County and City
? in interior rectiona. -
Florida: Generally fair tonightand J_ and heavy frost sign placed above the entrance -- ..---- --
= Governments. the United States Supreme Court to pass Wednesday except probably to -his establishment and I
on such acts, has saved the American citizen local showers: in extreme south! G. S. KENNEDY. this with the new light will keep "

his personal liberties and his property portion. Officer in Charge the corner excellently lighted dur-
tog the night time.
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rights and prevented him from having the
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN i chains of dictatorship forged upon him. ........................ ........................1 I Travel through this port during Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty i i.I

Today's Horoscope! the week of September 14 to]
WILL always seek the truth and print it Today'sAnniversaries 19, inclusive, amounted to 1.273;
EVERYBODY'S GARDEN ........................ on vessels of the P..I, Loan Bonds Are Advised To
without fear and without fa- or; never be passengers ;,
Today's is a forceful mentality, and O. S. S. company. Of thfc
afraid to attack: wrong or to applaud right; Somebody has said that the -wildflowers .............0..J I aggressive' perhaps quarrelsome, number 691 left Key West foi I See Us With Reference
always fight for progress; never be the or- 1755 John and ready to piel4 a fight or argument -I Havana and 582 arrived from that, ,
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, of the field are "everybody's gar- tire from 1801 to 1835 great jurist .]1 i on slight provocation. There I port.
den." Nature plants all this loveliness by and statesman': who coupled is much executive ability though it To The New Treas-
.faction or class; always do its utmost for the I the I Governor Clifford J. Walker ol
is somewhat' hampered by tendency -
the side of the road, and tells all harassedand profound mind untiring industryand I
public welfare; never tolerate Corruption or to force a way with but lit '
anxious folks to come and enjoy this strong common sense together -I tle regard to others, thus incurring : ury Financing
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; born in Farquier Co., Va. Diedin KEY WESTCOLONIAL
commend good done by individual or organization beauty, without spending any money for Philadelphia, July 6, 1835. enmity. Seek to curb >m- I
fertilizer straining their backs with petuousity. I HOTELIn
or any
; tolerant :.f others' rights views and

opinions; print only news that will elevate spade.Said 1804-William E. Burton New dent-maker born at Lisbon Ohio. the Center of the Businessand !

and not contaminate the reader; never coneo the Persian poet Hafiz: "Learn, York, born comedian in England., manager Died and Died Feb. 15, 1904.1840Ernest Theater District The First National Bank of Key West
O student the true wisdom. See yon bush r
promise with principle. 10, 1860. S. Lewis Confederate First ClaaFinprf- I
aflame with roses like the burning bush l surgeon Louisiana pio- Seasible Rat..

Moses. Listen, and thou shalt hear if thy 1833-Henry A. Barnum, the neer in New gynecological surgery Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal

'Many of the smart talkers know all soul be not deaf, how out from. it, soft and New York volunteer Union privatein .I born Aug. in 12, 1935.Orleans. Died there COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Insurance Corporation '
about the money question, except how to clear speaks to thee the Lord Almighty." 1865 who became majorgeneral Caraf l.val.i> n
in 1865, born at James- 1866-James W. Good Iowa
get some of it. What is the word the Almighty ville, N. Y. Died Jan. 29, 1892 congressman, lawyer secretary of Popular Prices 'I I
.. _.. to here in Florida through such Ia. "
speaks us a war, born at Cedar Rapids, I
I: All the statesmen have to do to be Died Nov. 18, 1929.BENJAMIN ----- --- ----
bush? It is that it was the purpose of the 1835-(100 years ago) William i

fiopujar] is to produce a tax that nobody maker of the world, that life should be O. Stoddard Illinois journalist,!

nays, and a pension!' that everybody gets. filled with beauty. He gives us the ma- secretary to President Lincoln j LOPEZ
prolific New York author and, I 'IP5
5.r. terials out of which we can create happi- journalist, born at Homer, N. Yet' FUNERAL HOME

A new world-war will not be started l ness. If we miss it, it is due to our own indolence Died at Madison, N. J., Aug. 29,+ Serving Key West

ep: precipitately. The European nations I i or wrong aims. 1925. J 24 Hoar Half Ambulance Century'Service <

l{noV that Uncle Sam will not finance the Licensed Embalmer
1837-Marcus A. Hanna, Cleve-1: Pn.
135 696-Vt
next. WEST BROKENSt. ne Night
land capitalist, senator and Pr ?i-

n .
Mr. Kennedy is said to have 10 reasons ( Petersburg Independent) I

for desiring to quit the Securities and Tourists who want to see Key West, "the I Why \ ,

Exchange: Commission-Mrs. Kennedy and Bermuda of Florida," will have to sail or fly this .

their nine children. season to reach the tip of the keys. The report is OWNERS not be happywith \
current, too, thai the Florida East Coast railwaywill

Boston University has a course in not rebuild its overseas line..washed, ..out by. _

yhich women are taught how to buy. Most the recent hurricane. GOOD
husbands would prefer having them ir- In the severing of this railroad "by tthe storm,' .It* {< ..

rtructed in how to refrain from buying. after the government had_spent &o,muchime. nd.' .i.f r*, HARDWARE' ?
M : <' 11r. .f r-. \ .
money rehabilitating KWest, is s6meth'Jilg of -.1. .. ..
It is probably for the best that the the irony of incidents in'the midwestOuVthere, ARE
European nations defaulted on their war after curtailing crops to reduce a 'sir plus, along ;'

debt payments to the United States. Had came a drouth and.tbepv. dust, .jU
they not done so, Uncle Sam would probably threatened to eliminate; the crops altogether.Key FIVE YEARS OLDDid

not hesitate to furnish Lie sinews West is now urging the government to.

again. The knowledge that America will finish the overseas highway just as quickly as I Standard Roofing

not come across again may be the deter- possible. It was on this road that the war veterans you know yon an have a brand new General

rnt! against another world holocaust. were working when the hurricane struck them. Electric Refrigerator-with all its newest convenience J
,. features-and even be ahead? The
Some of the survivors who reached Key West, money greater $$2.25
efficiency and lower operating cost of a new G-E Rou
: "Breathing speU"'means a resumption suggested that the highway be rushed to completion represent definite savings every month in the year.

5jf hostilities some future time, and is not and be dedicated to the men who lost their
The G-E sealcdoin-steel mechanism has been I
long Price $2.7S
rts reassuring as it sounds. It is like timeout lives there.In .
famous dependableperformance at low costNowit
on the football field or the two-minute the meantime attention is focussed on the has double the "cold capacity" and uses 40%less

intermission between rounds in the fistic danger of losing the railroad altogether. The receivers electric current

arena. No telling what's in store a dis- say that the question of rebuildipg it will than 1930 models.
New G-E
astroii.s tackle or a solar plexus blow for be left entirely} to the courts. Engineers estimatethe RefrigeratorsStainless

the final count. It is not a breathing spell damage at about 2500000. Various other ex- Super Steel Freezor USE 40% LESS I.1 j I .

Cut% 'arlingertng- suspense that does not do penses, including the replacing of the train ,- :" "", .

Ole weak heart of business any good. wrecked in the storm would probably run the totalto Faster Freezing CURRENTsn!I ,I ')I
,... Interior Lighting )
-,; ,- $3,000,000. The principle damage was limitedto Sliding Shelves : (,
The' Citizen never favored Julius a stretch of about 40 miles but this part was Foot Pedal Door : .... 'IJ" -

Stone's idea to make Key West the "Ber- torn up beyond recognition Some of the tracks OpenerS r .. I "

muda" of America. To do that meant were found at Cape Sable, 25 miles away. Years Performt+t ) It \

isolation, favored by the pampered few. Should decision be made to abandon this connecting ante Protection -- i--=

Now that nature has given us back our link with the island city. there would pass for only*1 a year r 7' QI i
pristine loneliness, how do we like it? Not into history one of the most interesting and important -I -

piuch. We note with pride that the lead- engineering feats of the past quarter cen- G-E Monitor Top Models UUftop Models

irs of the community have determined to tury. When Henry Flagler started to build it in I $0-23 .Iowa $9.00 d.wa : ., South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

put their shoulders to the wheel, and do 1904 it was called the "eighth wonder of the t>and 3.23 a month and $%-00 a month

everything in their power to give us rail world. It cost $26,000.000 and took nearly eight The Key West Electric Co. Phcce 503 White and Eliza Streets

road and highway connection and transportation years to construct. Flagler himself, at the age of "Your home is worthy of the beat"

interrupted by the late hurri- 82.. rode the first train to steam into Key West, ;m
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I MORNING STAR1 tbtAM NDBAtt TILt iiiiiii/iie/olil CLASSIFIED}) oeoooo.esea.a..aoaa.aa./l Today's Birthdays;:

I aracti MAazAH Spas -' TOMORROW\ NIGHTBy

SPORTS COLUMN Dr. George W. Stocking, Univ.

SYNOPSIS: w.* Carroll After that talked of Texas economist chairman
they about the of
....,...... Mt. ... agar .eae..a.aae..aseaaeaaa
,*. Carroll lost theft "_, fredaftt: about the presents, whose ( JOVE) the petroleum labor board, torn at

Atm.M toot finr XMy Dandi. 'c't.tUtrr.'. wart Judith vitA hat cost crnld have endowed a college Tomorrow night the Lopez Funeral :- SALESMEN WANTED Clarendon TeX, 43 years ago
.. chair; about the house that Edwin:
mfr Emilv that David to nor 4*
Home ten will the Fire
/.(.aim! ami tzftrtt to stay gA.r.alkoy was building. play MEN WANTED to sell Mutual John
,, Clay Williams of Winston-
A.II mOy hat agreed temafTv men at Bayview Park.A. .
It would be nice :
Emily thought
Edtci'* Bantt. wAom .* Life Insurance. Maximum benefits Salem N. -C.. noted tobacco
manufacturer -
kaa known and liftedrout cAiMxxl. eagerly to have a house of your own. Lunn will be pitted against from at
$250 ta
bat L born at
< tcAam & does not love. Mooresville N.
Jit tLe jail Perhaps you could make It. like Carrollton J Walker, Jr.. who last night
mom mf aA. fta* tried from SOc to $1-25 month C. 51 .
to rebel fritt Franett, FtUo. her the sort of house that held pitched against the Bees for per '' years ago.Dr.
mother, hot one. agai/ oitr-rtded out Its hands and said. "Come In. LOUIS FAVOREDTO PIRATES ALMOST BUSY BEES DOWN Busy subject to provision in poli-:
-r., two innnigs and struck out four I eies. Ages 10 to 60' OP.:!
In-! It how the Mark A. Matthews
." : come ( was funny of Seattle -
..:..f memory of those you'd loved In the batters and didnot allow a hit ERATING UNDER SUPER I Wash noted
fig WIN OVER I .Presbyterian
p ef PARK This game promises to be hard VISION OF INSURANCE; DE-
past rose to plague you now!) from clergyman, born at Calheuu. Ga.,
fought start to finish.
.TtRROR And at last PARTMENT. Liberal commissions -
they were climbing the
-> E'R? h i laid i ;flf'was the lovellf heights that led to Signal Inabeen BAERTONIGHT PENNANT HOPES LAST NIGHT 5-4 I to Agents. Writ for par-. 68 years ago.

*- wedd ? In the lobbj of the hotel panic I ticulars. MERCHANTS & !!
eat $ gr"nMnad ever I SOCIALLEAGUETOMEET Dr. John McDowell of' New
held in CitfintChlitch.June, : la once more claimed her. The clerk '- i BANKERS GUARANTY CO.,,
such a.1 love?month for weddings! )I knew them for bride and groom of 501 Hildebrandt BId,;., Jacksonville -; |I: York, secretary of the board Na-

And Emily wu the loveliest bride. course and grinned broadly and sig RECORD CROWD EXPECTEDTO REDBIRDS DROPPED 12 TO 0 OUTCOME OF CAME WAS IN TOMORROW, Fla. aept24-3tt .: tional Missions of the Presbyterian

People always said that at a wedding, nificantly. PAY OVER 1000.000 TO I DECISION TO BUCCANEERS DOUBT UNTIL LAST MAN I I Church, born in Scotland
and. astonishingly always meant It. Edwin was crimson, and so nervous ----- i HELP WANTED I i 65 years ago.

Other weddings had a convenient he could hardly sign tbe regis SEE FIGHT; WILL BE HELD' GIANTS, SPI4IT TWIN I ILL WAS PUTOUT; FIRE FIGHTERS i WIN 2250.00 _
ter. A negro bell-boy whispered behind 'f (By JOVE) !
way o( fading before the Immediate F. Scott Fitzgerald novelist,
one. his band. She wanted to turn IN YANKEE STADIUM WITH BRAVES MADE FIVE ERRORS There will be a meeting tomor- I CAN YOU MAKE 5 three letter !born at'St. Paul Minn., 39 years

EttOy couldn't tell because she and run-anywhere-just so she ran row: afternoon S o'clock: at Bay- words using the letters in the ago.
I 'I
alone. view Park for the of organizing -
purpose -PARAMOUNT"
? Rush!! I
saw nothing of It She only saw Irrelevant I -
things; like old Mrs. Ford They bad the, bridal sake: Ed-: especial!! f. the Cilia... I (SBrtaI!! t. The cu....) (By JOVE) the second. half of the I your answer to G. F. Stayton, I J. Donald Adams editor of the
win. in his to do the
ham's gray hair straying from under thing had'chosen anxiety an Infallible right NEW YORK. Sept. 24.-Joe''t( NEW YORK Sept 24_The A very good game was played Social League. i Dept. E. Des Moines, Iowa and N. Y. Times Book Review bornin
her yellow transformation and the way All managers who want to en- will to win
; the Brown Bomber you get opportunity
Louis from
difficulty one Of the ushers was hayIng make them eonsplradns.! below J St. Louis Cardinals dropped back last night at Bayview Park be- ter a club are invited. They must 225000. sept24-lt New York, 44 years ago.
them the city lights twinkled mockingly Chicago is favored to win over another half behind the Chicago t -
with his up-creeping Test; and game tween the Firemen and the Busy bring a list of their players to

Edwina! set. white face. .just as the clerk had twinkled.. Maxie Baer, ex-heavyweight champion -: Cubs yesterday afternoon by I Bees. The game was in doubt until the meeting. FOR TENT i.' Judson T. Jennings, Librarian
and across the Tennessee on Lookout ii
She wished forlornly that Edwin a.gigantic air beacon circled In of the world, when they meetin I taking a 12 to 0 drubbing fromi i iI the last man was out-and the I i| of the Seattle Public Library
would relax! and stall reassuringly the Yankee Stadium squared TODAY'S GAMES FOR RENT-5-rootn furnished I(:born at Schenectady N. Y,, 63
exorably. I the Pittsburgh Pirates. The loss: last' out decided the game. Final
at,her. or her hand and :years ago.
presj against his apartment. Laundry tubs
The bell-jo secufe In the knowledge circle The
side as she slipped It beneath his that bridegrooms tonight. fight is scheduled I shoved the Cards throe and a half i iI score: 3 to 4 in favor of the Bak- garage. 514 Margaret street
tipped -
aria. bustled until there was exorbitantly no to get under way at 9 o'clock games from the Windy City Tribe,I' AMERICAN LEAGUE Phone 152-M. septlBtf Lord Linlithgow the new Gov

But Edwin was too overcome by further excuse for staying and then (Eastern Standard Time). If the who were idle. The defeat almost i ers.In the ninth inning the game New York at Washington- ernor-General of India who Cakes

his own good fortune. He was bowed his way out rejoicing that bout has to be, postponed it will I blasted the ReJoirds' pennant, was exciting C. Garcia singled Ruffing or Broaca vs. Hadley. TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURN office next year, born 48 years*
stunned and humbled by It-Edwin this ODe was no exception. Emily be held tomorrow nightMaxie hopes, although a mathematical 1, Detroit at Cleveland- ISHED APARTMENT Con.
who had been a little stunned and was alone with her husband. chance still remains. The Cards I to left. Brady out. Casa hit to vs. Hndlin. veniences. porches. 519 Eliza

humbled by Emily.all his,life. She dropped Into a chair and : Baer is 2G years old arid can lose today and take the pen- short field and Gonzalez let the St. Louis at Chicago--Two beth street. Apply 523 South

He felt grossly unworthy and-a dragged off the little brown hat. Joseph Louis; is 21,, years of age. "nant by sweeping the five-game hall go. Barcelo grabbed the Games--Walkup vs. Phelps; Van ard street. sept

great deal frightened like a child which slipped to the floor beside her. The former champion weighs 210 ; series with the Cubs. which will ball and threw home to catch Garcia Atta vs. Tietje.Philadelphia ago.RUSSELL'S
that has wantec<. an elephant all Its Edwin crossed the room eagerly to .. Louis at Boston Turbevflle -i FURNISHED APARTMENT with
pounds to Louis' 198. :Bae*' has'a j begin tomorrow on the St.
life and that has suddenly been presented pick it up. He laid the hat on a table I I aggregation's own grounds. If the at the plate. P. Carbonell hit vs. Walberg. Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson
reach than the Brown
and stood longer short and both 1001 Eaton street. Phone
with the elephant.And he was looking at her. to runners are ,
j Cards defeat the Bncs today they I
horribly afraid be would drop the Tired dear?" he asked at last Bomber, being 81 1-2 inches to, safe. J. Walker singled to right NATIONAL LEAGUE 879-J. cept4-lmox
|will have chance to tie Chicago
a ,
ring at a crucial moment. She closed her eyes. "Awfully rube Joe's 76 inches. The contenders t and Casa starts oft the.way home, Philadelphia at New York-Two j J 1
four of five. Just
by taking
But It was a lovely wedding and all right tomorrow. shape up about even in other de- the Red- he slipped and Alfonso mad a per- Games-Walters vs. Smith; Davis PIANO TUNING i
losses will
more put
Emily wa a beautiful bride. Justin He agreed quickly."This has been tails.Baer fect peg to the plate. Esmond the vs. Stout. CIGAR STORE
James had said: "I wish there hadn't hard on you What you need is-a arrived in New York last birds out of the pennant chase. catcher did not see the runner Boston at Brooklyn-Two PIANO TUNER Lanreano Mo.

been something about the child's face good night's rest She knew without night from his training camp. He The superb pitching of Big Jim going home and went to throw to Games-Macfayden vs. Batrich; reno. Excellent piano for sale

that made me think of the Bride -fLammermoor. looking at him that he had flushed had a broad grin on his face and Weaver and the terrific hitting of second when Ward yelled to attract Cantwell vs. Reis. cheap. lOtS Division street. -

." but Justin James as be said the words. 1 I predicted that the fight will be Floyd Young were the main fac- the attention of Esmond Pittsburgh-at St LouisLucasor aa 26-lmox
Baseball Returns
was always saying queer things that She tried to meet his eyes;.to smileat "great while it lasts." tors in the Pirate-victory. Weaver who Casa while Hoyt vs. Hallahan. DaHy
nobody paid any attention to. him. It wasn't quite convincing: II of held the Cards to four hits. Young thererpon tagged ROOMS
I spent most yesterday
Upstairs. Emily: was changing the to either of them. "Yes. I think HI sleeping. He left with his trainer collected three hits to drive in seven he was trying to reach the plate on I By Wire

white satin and lace for a beige suit have a bath and go to bed. New runs. Jensen connected for his hands and knees.!! TO SUBSCRIBERS "THE MUNRO"-Rooms .nu.1 i
He said!, with a gallant attempt at early this morning from At bat C. Garcia hitthree safe- -0-
and a little brown hat that looked four safeties and Lloyd Waner celled in price and location
much more naturaL carelessness "I think III run down York in an automobile.The and Vaughan knocked out three ly out of four tries.; P. Castro O. If yon do act receive your running water. 128 N. E. 4th COME IN AND GET THE
and get a paper. bout is scheduled to go 15 Gonzalez and J. Garcia hit two out clock the
1 6:15 ia
She still felt raw and quivering. each. The Cards used 21 players paper by>> street Miami Fla. ang26-lmox RESULTS OF THE
and the voices of her friends were rounds to a decision with two five of four. afternoon, call telephone] 51 ,

shrill against her ears but she could IT Was her withdrawal that made judges and a leferee officiating, including Hubbell pitchers.Carl won his twenty- In the field. lisle Castro and and a paper will 1 be>> s..t.. 1 FOR SALE MAJOR BASEBALL

s hold up now.she knew until she got so nerrems and miserable. who was to have been named today third of the when he Ward for the Bakers and Brady year Lorn*. A complaint boy I Ii. LEAGUES

away from home.Now there was only and the fact that he was nervous "by the state athletic commis- defeated game the Braves season 3 to 2, in the and P. Carbonell for the Firemen is oa duty at this office from FOR SALE-Persian kittens. Assorted -0-
the final ordeal of rice and railleryand made her want to fly A vicious cir sion. !
played welL 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the J coors.: 1405 Petronia
first of doubleheader. He ( CIGARS CIGARETTES
the inevitable smirks of the cle. each reacting on the other. She It is expected that a huge crowd I game a Score by innings: R. H. E. of delivering complaint street sept24-3tx ,
older people.Her>> thought again of David. A honeymoon will attend the bout tonight, pay- equalled his biggest winning record -I purpose SOFT DRINKS.
Busy Bee 000 011 300-5 7 3 *. Help ns (iv. yarn 100
with David would have been in the major leagues. Boston
mother was kissing her tenderly ing over $1,000,000 to see the Firemen 010 000 030-4 12 5 percent service by ealing 51 OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two ETC.
a i golden adventure. took the nightcap, 9 to 7. The
.and Emn.lIuddenly felt closerto
her than eYe before. That was He would have said joyously to the battle that will probably decide Giants, in splitting with Boston I r Batteries: Ward and Alburyj if yea do not receive The CitU bandies for 5e. The Citizen Office .
who will be Jim Braddock's contender Castro Walker and Gabriel. .... octie
the tragedy of families: It wasn't smirking clerk, "This Is my new lost their chance of tying the Cubs, I
for the heavy weight crown.
Until something tore you apart that wife; isn't she the loveliest thing weather for tonight is and now can only hope to beat St. I --. ----------- -- ----
you realized how much yon had alive!" And the clerk would immediately Probable Louis out of second place. The

loved each other have become their champion; said to be fair and warm. New Yorkers have nine more 1I 1-
The rest of the time you quar would have fought to the last for Buddy Baer, Maxie's brother 1I
and eight j
to play are games I I I
renee spiritually If not in words. theIr privacy and comfort will fight in one of the prelim- .
aad straggled for dominance or Independence. i She knew that if she had really inaries to the main-go. His op-j' away from Chicago and four and |I

depending upon whether I loved Edwin things would have been ponent will be Ford Smith of Kal- a halt from the Cards. divideda >

FOB were a parent or a child. different She could have met him ispell!, Mont.BEACON. The Brooklyn Dodgers FIRMS

And then she was in Jeffrey'sarms halfway or more than halfway since '' doubleheader with the Phillies

,and it seemed that all her defenses she lacked tbe inhibitions that bound losing the opener 4 to 2, and tak-i

would be swept away In tears.: him. BOYS BEATSERYICEPLAYERS",ing the nightcap 8 to 4. The

Bet Jeffrey Felton was schooled In: She could haTe helped him; but Dodgers scored all their runs in

stoicism; he shook her and grinned. now when she needed help so badly. the seventh inning of the second Who Rash To Give You Service-Patronize ThemTuEst

"Quit it. Mick. And remember to Edwin was too frightened by her remoteness game. '- J

keep>> a stiff upper lip. even to try to break down The Yanks won their fifth

She swallowed hard. Smiled at' the barriers. I straight and Lefty. Gomez his 12th

him. Til try." I She arose wearily slippec on her SCORE WAS 6 TO 1: SOLDIERS triumph of the season, when the
(white satin she thought witha
I Senators bowed 5 to 1, to the New
was over. Or rather it had only' shudder: what a ghastly relic of BLEW UP IN FINAL Yorkers. JOHN c. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S 1FT'S'You'll
barbarism! and chiffon
) an exquisite
begun. They were In the Immaculate t summaries follow
small sedan, and Edwin was I negligee. ; find out how
wearing a new tweed suit and a new Edwin was coming towards her I NATIONAL LEAGUEAt FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
I E. it is when
straw hat set primly on his head. He and the expression in his eyes was St. Louis R. H. 328 SIMONTON ST. good you try

was gripping the wheel so tightly I different from anything she had ever JOVE Pittsburgh _._._.._12 16 1St. the first cop, Jb 25c. SPECIALTY
(By )
I _. 041 1101 Dmsim Street
seen there. She closed her eyes Louis
that his hands corded and
Strained. were against!! ILEmily Army Yesterday Barracks afternoon the Service at ten the j I Batteries: Weaver and Grace; P L U M BIN G LARGO Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES

She hoped that Edwin would let lay tense; her hands jlleusser and Delancey. PHONE 29
were defeated by the Lighthousecrew V. & S. Ib 15c.
clenched ber face hidden against .
her pick out a hat for him some time. r
Almost always, she thought hrsteriTMly. the pillow to keep from screaming. I I 6 to.1. \ First Game i
f and
you could tell a faithful husband All her life. Emily realized the had It was a very good game for sSTinnings At New York R. H. E. Roasted in Key West by SOOTH. FLORIDA Staple Fancy
been ball-hearted but in the seventh six hitS' _
by the way his hat sat upon his I I'I putting up fights Boston ....._............-. 202 Groceriea
and being beaten. She knew now and couple'' of errors ties STAR COFFEE MILL
.._..... 350
that this was the end of It If she ttie? NURSERY
Hats like David's were absolutely Beacon! Logs, five: runs and J
Incompatible with dependability.i was to.keep her reason she couldn't'go Batteries: Brandt and Spohrer; 512 Greene Street Complete Lice Fresh

She wondered wistfully about Da. any further, even though revolt game.At bat-Ackerman;. and .CaFj] Hubbell and Mancns&.>. : PHONE 348 Phone 256 rtlita: andtVegetables'PHONE

rid and ashamed of herself for meant the end of everything. Joneshit 4 597
was bonelf got:two out of three.
wondering. Sbe slipped noiselessly out of bed. Second Came
one safely in two tries.
Edwin looked at his watch. "Ten' found her clothes by the shaft *flight In the field. Archer F. Stickneyand I At New York R. H. E.

minutes after six. We ought to be that filtered In from the street good Boston ..-.--.--,--. 912 4 SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
A. Demeritt played a
.at Signal by nine. and carried them Into the bathroom. and t New York _.....__............ 7 11 1 READINSURANCE
where she could dress without waking game for the Lighthouse ten. Jewfuh' 2 lbs.
He hadn't particularly wanted to Batteries: Frankhouse and :
Baker and Howard for the Soldier THE KEY WEST
talk about the time; he would have Edafn. pohrer; Gabler Parmelee and Yellowtail Steak, Z Iba. i AI

preferred to tell Emily how lovely Her dressing-case: hadn't been unpacked boys.The Mancuso. Yellowtail oa Bone Z Iba. Z5c Office: 31. DuTat Street Q"r
she looked but the expression In her and she flung her toilet articles game ended in a fuss.

eyes frightened him. "tnless.he hastily Into It and closed the Score by innings: R. H. E. First! Cane Grouper, Z "s. Z5c SUNDAY STAR

added"you'd liki to stop somewherefor case. Racked with pity for Edwin Lighthouse 000 010 5-6 8 0 R. H. E. Saapper, Z Ib_. ,_ _.-- 2Sc
she wrote a hasty note. 5 2 At Philadelphia TELEPHONE N0.1
sIlPlK'r.- Service ._ 000 001 0-1 Mattoa Fish Z lba Z5c
Brooklyn ... 292 -
She said between her teeth: "1couldn't Uy dear-If* no use. I eaa't roon Batteries: 0. Stickney and F. ---4 i S"'mp fie ft $2 Pe Year
to save BIT hfe-If yon knew how Philadelphia --....-- 4 10 0
eat a thing thank yourThee : I feel yon wouldn't want me to. Stickney; Ortega and PowelL FRESH SHRIMP YM1a At
she caught herself up. "After You're the best person I know, and Batteries: Leonard and Lopez; I Large Select <>7aten Key West's Only Sunday -an E- Try
dome this to you break. my heart Mulcahy and Wilson.
al1.Jeff had said"it's what you bat it can't be heTped. Please Fresh Crab Meat i. lit cape 65c Paper lJnQnico Rataarant
make of it." This wasn't making please don't try to find me;Just tell LEAGUE STANDINGS
everyone the troQt-that I failed l Second Can FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
anything of it; this was frightening you: and put the blame where. It Business Office Citizen B.dw.iaer Beer ______ lie
Edwin as badly as she herself was belongs. Emily. At Philadelphia R. H. E.

frightened. She moved cloeer to him; She drew off her rings and laid Brooklyn __._._ 8 11 2 LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis c-n. Dsaaers. ---
managed a smile. them on the note then stole quietly AMERICAN LEAGUE Pet' Philadelphia ._....._.__.. 4 11 3 PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -- nose 7Je. a.d as.
"I'm glad ,it's over aren't your out Club- W. L. Batteries: Benge and Lopez;

He flushed and moved an eager (Copyright tut. ty Marian Sim)) Detroit ...._.___ 92 5363*I Bivin and Wilson.

shcuiaer: to touch hers. "I should say 5 ew York .?..._._ 86 59 .593

..a" ...Emily's.... strength falls her. to.ed Cleveland 4...._.__ 77 70 J524 I Chicago ad Cincinnati, not AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation ia WrapPRITCHARD

Boston._...__.._'_ 74 74500 scheduled. 536 Fls. .g Street
I Chicago; ........._ 71 74 .490 ped in every package ,
to corner gold which was prevented I Washington ...-__ 66 82 .446 AMERICAN LEAGUEAt l FUNERAL HOME

Today In History by Government sale of, St. Louis ..__ 61 84 .421 Washington R, H. E. 'm.of

gold. I Philadelphia 56 87 .392 New York ......._ 5 10 01 >. Watch a -
..... .. DfaoaUW. SyapCItis
e a ee e a PRINTING
Washington _..___,___ 132 D.eta
1789-Act of Congress estab- 1914 1 NATIONAL LEAGUEClub Batteries: Gomez and Dickey;I c.rt.7
Belgians made gallant
lished the Supreme Court-a chief I Whitehill and.Bolton.
stand against Germans south of NOTARY PUBLIC
I Chicago _......_ 97 52 .651 _
justice and five associates.: Antwerp. );t.. Louis 83 55 .628 No other scheduled WATCHMAKER, JEWELER THE- LICENSED EMBALYEBAND '
i games I It -
New York 87 58 .600 ENGRAVER

1841--James Brooke an ad- 1918 Influenza:; spreading Pittsburgh ___..___..__ 85 65 .567 t MONROE THEATER See Him' For Your Next Wcr' ARTMAN PRESS AI-- s.ns- -

vrnturous Englishman, became thru East caused hundred: of Cincinnati ____ 67 84 .444

Kajah! of Sarawak northwest! deaths. Brooklyn ..._... 64 83 .435 i! James Cagney in ALL PRICES REDUCED.Citizen Blarge -LADY ATTENDANT !

Borneo-descendants: still rule Philadelphia .___ 64 85 .430 THE IRISH IN US Hors 4 to lir-3t.s WlUen Off Ce

there in Britain. I Boston 36 111 .245 Kermit Mkynard in PHONE 51 '
name of 1931 Storm-bound swallows' THE FIGHTING TROOPER I 0.- ,......y Nights ... "_ -;

1869-Wall Street's "Black at Vienna sent to warmer Italy Subscribe\ to' The Citizen-20cwekly. Matiaeet BeJcoay, 10c| 0rdIee4 -

f'ridat',111 aad Task attemy W by*irpl nes, __ __.:_ I __ traf 15-20ci Night 1S-Z5

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SOCIETY take this means of extendingmy
:-: :-: EMPORIUMA sincere appreciation to the!: P&O UNITED STATES FAST

................................................. I DON? BE EMBARRASSEDDon't my many recent friends bereavement who assisted, the me and-in MAIL ROUTES FOR ,

den death of my beloved son,', MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES :
Council Of new service for Key Westers
Monroe County William F. Baker. To those whr I Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays Wednesdays and

has recently been inaugurated by : ( >.:... ,. '.,v gave the use of their cars th. Saturdays 8:30 A. 3L
P.-T. A. Holds Meeting Long's Furniture Store 800 : donors of the beautiful floral offerings
: -[ Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays
-- Fleming street. Old furniturecan and expressions of sympathy -; 6:30 P. MLLeave

The regular meeting of the I as to the aims of the locals in the now be traded in aa part pay ;: I am ROBERT indeed M.grateful BAKER. j" Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:90 P. M.

Monroe County Council of the unit for the coming session of ment on new, according to an advertisement sept24-ll.i Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
Parent-Teacher Association met in this issue of The
at the Harris School with school.! I 1. For further information call Phone 71 ,
recently Mrs. Enrique Henriquez an- Citizen. SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKSPERMANENT : J. H. COSTAR, Atent.LET'S .
Mrs. M. E.: Berkowitz, the council A
I O. S. Long recently purchasedthe
nounced that the P.-T. A. shelf at -oa-- 1

president presiding.council's activities the high school library was now building and lots in the rear 6dd WAVES 1 I ___ _____._ _.__ _. __ _
Report of the ; of the furniture store and is using
readiness and urged membersto
in { 1 I II I
xa ?
in the summer clinic was pre- P.-T. A. literature for this location for second hand fur- Two Permanents S5.00

sented. Also the report of cloth- bring niture. .t. ..x.11 I for ..__.__u_____....___
of the
filing and to make use ,
ing collected for the Keys and a J I In the very near future MY.I Better Wave, $5.00 and up
P. T. A.
shelf to help on our -:
vote of thanks to the people in the better carry I Long will begin actual construction Ja I MRS. MILLER
work to advantage.Mrs.
city who were so ready to respond. I on a new two-story building, Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 5744"J.rka..sille's SWAP/
Cbas. H. Ketchum then .. I
I ;50x100 feet, for the trade-in busi- -
of were expressed explained "what was hoped to accomplish I
Resolutions regret I ness. Part of the material including 6e.dl.g Hetel"
of the loss in the recent by taking a course in a large amount of marl THE SEMINOLE
Key hurricane.Mrs. I publicity. 'All members are urged has already been assembled. I let crowds Interfere with your picture taking for there are too many I We have recently purchased the building
Chas. II. Ketchum. Mrs. J.i to take advantage of this opportunity picture possibilities to overlook. :\.
509-511 William Street of
rear tore
A. Boss and Mrs. James Singleton ; ,I to study publicity from a Virginia; Lee, who are visiting; ; re I EVERY day we learn more about time you want to( conceal your cam- :I 'ict'if '
national angle. At each meetingthe ",\ Fleming Street, where we will accept old furniture
were appointed on a committee latives. photographers and surprising era and Intentions as much as possible 1 I y, .... :
to confer with the board in: topic will be discussed until as It may seem find Jhat ,.for to get the best results your "i" r :II as part payment on new. If you have
regard to the school on the Keys' completed.The I : .I I many feel somewhat embarrassed subject should not be conscious of I r .C 7a:::::4. something in fair condition that
1' would
iIi .. like to
in order that we might be able to next regular meeting will Mrs. C. Tilt; and child sailed taking pictures In view of the public your presence. On approaching such r= :. .. you

be ready to render all the aid pos- be held at the Division Streel the Cuba yesterday afternoon for ere. They shrink from the attention subjects. It Is best to set your focus '.'r'F.: ''f;ijf inas .. exchange at a reasonable price please ,list." on

School recreation room on Friday. Tampa here they will visit with they erroneously believe they attract ing scale! at a distance from which y coupon below items you wish to trade in and allowance -
sible.A general discussion was held October 18th at 3 p. m. relatives. To feel that way Is really ab you believe you will get the best results.
Judge your light and properlyset wanted mail or send in to us, and we

--- -- surd.That type of. Belt-consciousness the diaphragm and shutter speed. JarkMHTlUr. FloridaCII49. I I will be delighted to have someone call and see
Sheriff K. O. Thompson who When "all "
are set.
you approach .
Fine Program For Research Council left last week with Rafael Ramos, will be the cause of your missing your prey quite nonchalantly and human B.home-like CHI'XER.: MmnrA institution 1 you. Complete the furnishing of your home dur-

Melody Hour Plans ActivitiesThe convicted prisone nt.enced to 20years many Interesting pictures. You can when you reach the proper distanceto where yoU will find. year ing our National Furniture Sale.LONG'S .
..... ._ .
-in J state Apenitentiasyr. re- rest assured there Is no thought of take the picture you are after e.rf.rt..d .a' ." 1.1
; ter or great importance.Im
Open Forum under the auspices turned" ,n the Flo fJ thLS4tnorn-. ridicule on the part of those who shoot without further delay and your --0--
The tenth Key West Melody
of the Director of Social, ing. may be apparently watching you unsuspecting victim will have an-/ A. seta flft..r ......." l.eated ,
Hour on Thursday night will be avery I Activi- snap a picture. Nine chances out of knowingly furnished you with good J the heart *f the city FURNITURE STORE
unusual presentation Com- I Educational and Cultural ten the spectator Is envlou and snapshot material. --o- I
I ties of the Oceanographic Research Mrs. J. Pent and children Fay wishes he owned a camera or had This kind of amateur photographycan Every Room with Combination Tab.
modore Matho Fr. von Mietk- Council will be continued and Shower Hath, Electric
him. Radio
and Shirley, returned this morningon one be employed In so
many .
Linba, H. D. W., said this shortly according to announce I the Florida from a visit with There are times however when This Is especially true In the summer Oiling Ventilation'''all;Comfortable Sial Door for Bed Summer with .....___Allowance Wanted $....___. _.4Name

morning.This i ment made today. I II relatives in Mm ml you may want to conceal your cam for If there Is any place to get I Mattresses. 'of Inner Spring; Construction

program will consist of I The Forum has been discontinued i! era-and your actions-as much as Informal candid camera pictures. It ing; Lamps and Individual Read .__.....__u_____ ___
: during the summer months possible: not because of embarrassment lion picnics at your local swimmingpool RATES.
the musical pearls of the nine 'and now the Commodore invites Mrs. J. S. Hathaway and children but for the sake of an unusual or the favorite old swlmmtn SlBSj

previous concerts. Upon the Com- :the Acting Officers to get in Jane Jerry and Thomas human Interest picture. hole at the seashore or summer re ?H R.*_.. Private Rats _____ S2ltais. -.. ----- ---..-.-

modore's invitation. Miss\ Dorothy touch with him so that this phaseof were returning passengers on the Everywhere you go In a city, sort.And ..*.. R.._... Private Private Bath Salk ____.-_ 3.XM*.
Mayfield Knowles will act as : community life may become active Florida today from a visit with relatives whether It is on the aristocratic speaking of summer resorts, :.. It**_.. Private Bath SAeI __. Address .,..-- ____
Music Director in Charge of the again. in the state. parkways where millionaires'babiesare have you noticed the number of nationally Parole R__*. Private Bath ..... I
perambulated by French nursemaids known

presentation.The I people-stage and
,or In the gloomy slums where screen stars members of socially
famous "Prelude in C I few of the exquisite compositions I
Dr. J. II. Montgomery of the some Immigrant mother hangs out prominent families and even
great ---- -
Sharp Minor". "The Swan", )1'1' to rendered.
state plant board, was an arrival the family wash while ragged little business leaders-who are pictured
Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" and I It is especially announced that,! .
Ion ---
the Florida this morning for a urchins play perilously on fire escapes -In newspapers and magazines with
"Song to the Evening Star" from '''I'this concert will commence business visit with the local unit you can find dramatic storytelling their cameras In action.It has really An Index ToRELIABLE
the "Tannhaeuser" are a promptly at 8 m.
\ opera p. I of the board. pictures. As you walk become the smart thing to own and
through the streets and parks there ue a camera.

...... .. C.... are countless opportunities for snapshots So sally forth with your camera
I Mrs. J. p. Aldrich wife of Car that are really unusual and with all the abandon of a sailor II
PERSONAL MENTION Foreman J. D. Aldrich of the F. such pictures breathe new life Into strolling with one of his many sweethearts F4LC' .
E. C. Railway arrived this morn- your snapshot album. and get the kind of pictures ing after a visit in Jacksonville. When you come upon a good picture your friends will talk about and

Miss Catherine Saunders left Sebastian Cabrera jr., who was possibility the form of a person praise.

yesterday afternoon for a visit on a brief business trip to Miami Subscribe to The Citizen-20c or persons In action that Is the JOHN VAN GUILDER. FIRMS

with relatives in Tampa. returned on the Florida today. weekly.

Judge Jefferson B. Browne and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holtsberg, ........................ I Observations made at lIankow.I TO STOP GAMBLINGASHLAND ,

State Senator Arthur Gomez left who were on a business trip to I 600 miles from the mouth of the '

this morning on the S. S. Floridafor points in the north returned on POLITICAL Yangtze river, China show that Wis.-The city
council of this city has cracked
a business visit of several daysin the Florida today. I 5,000,000,000 cubic feet of sediment ,
ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY down on all gambling schemes including
Havana. I are carried past that point : bingo games and church
Major William V. Albury Flo every year to be deposited at the quilt raffles.
James B. Higgs left on the Cu- rida National Guard who was ELECTION. NOVEMBER mouth of the river. VT ARROW% !
ba yesterday afternoon for Tampaen member of a court of inquiry sit-
12. 1935
route to Ocala for a visit with ting at Miami returned this morning PALACEAnna
friends. '........................ An automatic photo-electric cell
accompanied by Major R. S. "Neagle-Cedric Hardwicke
Gibson, U. S. A., instructor of the For MayorDR. device counts the number of automobiles / I I'And You Will Find
Mrs. T. S. Caro left yesterday 265th Regiment C. A. C., Florida' H. C. GALEY using the Wawonai road NELL GWYN This
afternoon on the Cuba for Tampa National Guard. I tunnel between Yosemite National
where she will spend a while with For Mayor' Park and the Mariposa Grove of Two Comedies
relatives and friends. I big trees. Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c Directory Stores Which Aim
Paul Herrick and Ellis England, WM. H. MALONE I ,

W. H. Norman-jr., left on the Telegraph of the American company Telephone returned this and I I For Reelection Scotland was founded as a king. \\\\'I""III To Serve and Please You. They

Cuba yesterday for Tampa en morning on the Florida from a I For CouncilmanDR. I dom in the early years of the
route to Gainesville where be will SPEND
business visit to Miami.
eleventh century by an amalgamation -
begin his. studies at Florida University ARMANDO COBO of four tribal kingdoms- YOUR Invite You To Visit Them!

I Joe Pearlnum who was on a For Police Justice Scots, Picts British and Angles.6 .
I business trip to markets in the
George Allen Warren and brother north and east returned this T. S. CARO check VACATIONTHIS

1 William R. Warren jr.. were] morning on the Florida. I I I = YEAR IN :: -- -- ----
passengers on the Cuba yesterday I II ''II For Captain of Police I 6 6 MALARIAin ri

en route to Gainesville) to resume I Miss Rosalie Barker, who was ALBERTO CAMERO 3 days FLORIDAijour I INSURANCE MEATS SHOE REPAIRING

their studies at Florida University.r!,I visiting with relatives in Miami,

!I was a returning passenger on the For Captain of Police Liq.HI _T.b1eG COLDS .. HEALTH! \' J. S. MOORE. AGENCY DUVAL MEAT MARKET GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP

P. J. Saunders, president of the![I Florida today. II ROBERT J. LEWIS I Salve Nee Drift first *.*. Jefferson Hotel Building Ri.ero a.d So... Prop. H. Diamaadi Prop

P. and Williamson O. S. S.,company special and Austin -i 1 I Charles Aronovitz, who was "Bobby"GEORGE i TONIC.: .J LAlATIV: -.. .. .. ./I/J".It\\\\\...............\ Surety Roads. Automobile Best Prices Highest Quality Old SLoes Made A. Good A. N.w
passenger -- ---
representative of the line, returned spending a while in Mjami\ with] Life ad Accident Insurance Phone 479..J D..I at Petronia 612 DD.aI Street

on the Cuba from Havana relatives following trip;

yesterday and continued to Tampaen to northern and eastern markets PHOTOGRAPHY BEER VENDORS BAKERIES
returned the Florida
on today.
route to Jacksonville. i

Perry Miller, son of Mr. and'1 Roy E. Lade manager of the ESTEVEZ STUDIO CURRO'S BEER GARDEN MALONEY &: PEACOCK

Mrs. A. R. Miller, left on the Cu- Key West Gas company, and Mrs. You"1} Like The Prints W. Make Cold Beer At All TiDies Bakers oE Baker B.y Bread

ba yesterday afternoon for Ocala Lade, who were spending a while Photo Englarging A Specialty Pay U. a Visit Cakes and Pastries
'i at Fort Lauderdale were returning TS. GEORGE fit
for a visit with friends. I: WASHINGTON /-' L 606 Du..1 Street D..I At Petria Streets PLo_ ala alz Fleriag SL
I passengers on the Steamship
Miss Josephine James. daughter: Florida this morning.

of Captain Thomas James. U. s.I I PLUMBING FISH PRESSING
Homer Dickey, of the main-
"N-, and Mrs. James left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa en route to tenance of way department of the ...a Y rRATES..ttSO.d7
Florida East Coast Railway company THOMPSON PLUMBING DEMERllT BROS. FISH FERNANDEZ lie
Washington to enter Georgetown
Visitation Convent school. Shu arrived this morning to join a .I I IH COMPANY COMPANY GONZALEZ

was accompanied by her aunt. Mrs. Dickey and their daughter MAYFLOWER "Get Oar Prices First" Specializing; ia Fresh Fish Dry CIai-Preni.

Miss\ Anna Corcoran. j I 30o Rio. cod 2 Sheet Metal Work Dayton Pumps Ft oE Front Street First Class Alterations

rGAwA. I fr 13Z Simonton St. Phone 536 Phone 44 Free Delivery 92a Divisio SLICE
Mrs\. Susan B. alton. who Positive Relief
was while with her .
spending a son GAIAGt..da.rFRATEi..rt
and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. OO.d q
Joseph C. Whalton at Miami for MALARIA !


l Sare End to Chills m s.i. .. E Jersey S.per Quality Ic. Crea Paiat Jabs That Hold Up E.i )

Mrs. John Lowe and daughter and Fever Ld ad.....M.L PopaieleF.d..icleNnt Bars Expert Starter sad c... Some. PRESCRIPTION_ SPECIALISTS
Nancy, who were while ..
with Mr. Lowe, recently a trans- Here* real relief for MalarlaCron's -sees d..drRATES.SLOO.d. 1.OAIAGE Phone Z07.W 900 Southard St. Plioa. 79.J For Jiffy Service Phone 379 1000 IJ..1 Street
Tasteless Chifl Tonic 1
ferred from Key West office of Quickly it stops the chills and fever .. kept in our all metal ICE ,
the F. E. C., to Miami and other and restores your body to comfort. REFRIGERATORS : are as cool, fresh and CLEANING-IRESSING SHOE SHOP CLUBS

relatives arrived on the Florida Many remedies win merely alleviate the healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of

this morning. 1} symptoms Grove's Tuten of Malaria Chill Tonic temporarily goes an, but the ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand VOGUE CLEANERS O. K. SHOE SHOP For Recrestiou Visit -

nay and completely rids your systemof absolutely airtight. I. J. Skase Repairing
Calleja Prop. THE
las.tnl NAVY CLUB
W. A' Freeman. of the collection the infection. ri.uaas ,, II
department First National Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic is a real $30.00 and $35.00EASY Suits Cleaned and Pressed 3Sc Repairing Shoes Oar Specialty Gyeeae SL Opp W.lten Union

Bank returned this morning': froma corrective of Malaria because it contains I Day Cabaa a.1. 608 Dayal SL J_ 101..1. Prop. You Are W.lco..
business visit to Miami\ and two things.First,tasteless quinine mhich I TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
kills the Malarial infection in the blood. I rz _
points on the Keys. Second: ,tonic iron which helps overcome I Display At- POULTRY I COFFEE
the ravages of the chills and fever and The WASHINGTONtOO
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Elgin, who. fortifies. against further attack.Play safe 1 !....will nub..d. Sl..... '
were visiting at different points Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It I Op..1 ...- ...........,....s...- Thompson Ice Company Inc. IE you are bolusg for POULTRY. TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS
now comes in two sizes-50c and$1.The 5.-.d.-..-...-..--
in the states on pleasure and visit or call Aak Your Grocer For
91 size contains 2J4 times as much as the lAm suo eJ. .. GARAGE r.i.svesto. il
business, returned on the Florida., SOc size and you 25%more for your I I 1 PHONE NO. 8 Fulford' Poultry Farm I 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN, COFFEE;;
this morning. Get bottle today druj stare., r.aII: &IE: ;; I
money. any '
Plaoa. no I D.liv.r Half Pac1 Pkgs:, 1o. J jS


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'SHA-1' 1d4e513a8cdaa0ee823b4836d721fab0d7d6292d
EVENT '2018-05-21T10:06:14-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
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