The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Service. most equable weather In the

For 65 Yean Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key bleat range of only 14 Fahrenheit



Detailed Report Compiled U. S.MINOR MERCHANTSIN ROLE IN I I[Indicate Peace In Sight !n. .'Death And Great Destruction Of

Giving Status Of Railroad ETHIOPIAN TRADE''' Italo-EthiopiaHostilities

Property Reported From Hurricane

I (Br Associated Press)
There were indications tween Rome and London,
from Paris and Rome today one of the day's developments
IT HAS BEEN REPRESENTED Passing Through Jamaica And Cuba

Information Given In APPROXIMATELY I TO BE ,,shaping that efforts up. for It was peace expect are' the strained, was likely relationship.to add to (

Connection With Prob- 2,800 QUALIFY I ed II Duce's terms for end- Italians barred from circulation .. -

By ALEXANDER R. GEORGE ing his conquest against in Italy, the London Three Persons Killed And
ability Oi ConvertingRoad (By AuracUted Press) Trevor Stowers And Curry
FOR ELECTION WASHINGTON Oct. 22. The I Haile Selassie's empire Daily Telegraph, con ,
Many Injured Two Reported

Into Highway would be transmitted to servative and
United States has a comparatively e,

LAST MINUTE RUSH BRINGS small business interest in Ethiopia -i i i i London and then to the was regarded in political Named Committee To Receive Drowned In Jamaica -

I(I Premier Laval circles
the of
League through as mouthpiece 1
Since the quwtiou of the probability TOTAL UP TO MUCH LARG- the primitive African empire

of using the right of way ER FIGURE THAN WAS AN. whose potential riches form of France. Captain Anthony Eden,
I While Mussolini and Sir Britain's leader at Geneva. Plans For Proposed BridgesArrangement
of the Florida East Coast Rail- TICIPATEDThe the chief stake for Mussolini (ny Ass.elated Press)
Eric Drummond, British ambassador All is said to be quiet on '
way Company for a highway, the -- Deaths and enormous
venture. have been trying the Ethiopian war fronts to

matter hen keen discussed pro and number of names of voters I Fastidious coffee drinkers in to allay tense feeling be- day. *. 4 Made Dur- 'REGISTRATION destruction of propertywere

COB without, except in a few in on the qualified list for the city this country consume a consider-I I _. _.___. left in the
election on November 12, will be able amount of Ethiopia's high-, ing Meeting In Miami STORM I LOSSESCLOSED today
stances, cognizance being 1
any several hundred in excess of the. priced product but the chief wake of the October hur-

taken of the ownership, receivership number predicted when the American bond with that isolated Congress Veteran Compiles With Other Members Of,, HERERELIEF

tration books were opened. and exotic country is a romantic ricane which raked Jamaica -
or provisions of handlingthe regis-I CommissionB.
Supervisor of interest in ,a people whose rulers I

properties of the line, provided C. Gomez told The Citizen claim descent from King Solomonand Record Of Voting In West TO'' and eastern Cuba.
there will be approximately 2,800 I the Queen of Sheba and who I FOR APPLICANTS
in the will of Mrs. Flagler. the lists when for 16 centuries have fiercely. Three persons were reported -
names on they are D. Trevor, J. R. Slower and BE HANDLED IN REGULAR
For the information of the ready for the printer after the guarded their, ancient type of J -
killed and in-
T. Jenkins Curry, member of the many
books are checked. Christianity; WAY BY KEY WEST AD.

many duces,excerpts The Citizen from herewith and pertin-ut pro-I 200 At would first it be was qualified.thought that When 2-, Minerals foreign Not trade ExploitedThe of Ethiopianever Makes Study Of Section f i MORE REQUESTS Monroe County Road and! Toll MINISTRATIONNo jured, when the howling

sections of a report relative to the tax to To Activi-I Bridge District Commissionhave
poll payments began come Pertaining winds
I ;has been nearly so great as BEING RECEIVED engulfed Santiago,
F. E.! C. R'y., as contained, in in much faster, this figure was I the reputed wealth of the country i been appointed a committee t. receive ,
comprehensive detail, in the raised to 2,500 but before the would.seem ;justify. It is not an ties Dealing With National further re' for last night with tearing
I books SEEKING HOUSESMOST !!i losses from the La. '
Fitch Stock and Bond Manual of. were closed Saturday afler-I industrial country despite a repu- any plans and specificationsfor urn-
noon payments became so tation for having mineral poten- AffairsBy cane are to be rece, the winds of 70 miles houror
July 23, 1935. The Fitch organ-J the proposed bridges over the I I an
furious Mr. Gomez secured aid to
tialities of such as amazing extent social service de rtmen. the;
ization is the recognized authorityon check while he wrote receipts. that it might well become one of OF THEM ARE FROM highway, Mr. Stowers told The j ji:I Key West Administreti: Mrs.j: more.

all matters of this nature in the most productive nations in HERBERT PLUMMER I Citizen this Nina Ryder, Johnson, ',. tr of
the United States. the world. Santiago's streets were
lime Gold, platinum, coal, copper, This made relief, announced this mor ig. j
Important WASHINGTON Oct. 22.- WINTER SEASON IN KEY :arrangement was I
ele- silver and oil have been found, I' All registrations were losed littered with debris of
"One of the important yesterday: at a meeting of the
MET LAST EVENINGMANY but there has been little or no ex- Politicians of both parties in WEST LAST YEAR yesterday, and any further appli-
ments in the Florida East Coast commission in Miami. The com-I wrecked buildings.
ploitation of these resources, and cations
for relief from the storm
their speculations of what the
Railway situation lies in the just how much wealth lies hiddenin I mittee was instructed that thereis '
area will be handled in the usual
ownership of the road. The en- the land really knows. one condition which must be Wireless messages related -
MATTERS OF INTERESTTAKEN no one west will do in the national elections Requests for houses and apart- ,
tire capital stock, which represents : Wild coffee in abundanceand the Iway.
grows understood matter of plans
an investment in cash of : UP AT INTER- if it were cultivated by ap- of '36 might find it usefulto ments are daily being received at | George Myer, director of dint how a roof of a hos-
and that is that the district shall (
$37,500,000, is held in the Flagler proved methods could be the FERA housing division most |aster relief for the American Red
hotel and ESTING SESSIONThe produced consult a study of that sectionof incur no liability unless and until ital was torn by the
estate which also holds in enormous quantities and I of them from families and in- I Cross in Miami, authorized closing -I'I'I away

business properties in Florida and become an important part of the the country recently made by. dividuals who were in Key West such proposed plans shall be | registrations. In a letter to storm and electric

substantial general investments in world's coffee supply. last season but an appreciable approved by the Washington! au- :Mrs. Johnson, he said in part, an

corporate securities. These prop- Key West Hospitality Principal A'merican imports Representative Taylor of Colorado number of application are from thorities.i ("We now feel that all storm vici -I light plant disabled.
erties are held under a Deed ofl League began its winter's activi-
from Ethiopia in 1933 were cof- I I i i tims have had
acting majority leader of Trevor and Mr. Stowers an opportunity to
Trust made (Flag- ties last night with well attended others, contemplating their first
Mary Lily a
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and civet
fee, goatskins, beeswax assistance :
. ler) Bingham as part of her will and most enthusiastic session. the bills totaling 27078. This' the house in the last congress. visit. I i left 4 o'clock yesterday morning sequenUy register Red Cross ,registration and con-: There was a scarcity of
dated September 23, 1916, under After the reading of the min I by automobile for No Name Key. "
country in the same year sold Among the visitors last year,I I has been closed in all areas. This milk and bread.
which the trustees were directedto utes of the last meeting, the Taylor, 77 years old and elected i i From there they went by speed '
worth of automobiles
$181,164 were Mrs. T. Elwood Allison and I position, of course, is based on the
utilize the assets and income I chairman of the Fniance Com- petroleum, sewing machines and for 14 consecutive terms to'' daughter. Miss Meredith who oc-I i boat to Islamorada, contacted Mr. faCt: that_ a month. ani more has] Two are said -*to -have
mittee made
for the particular conservation j I a report showing a to Haile Selassie's ) who force of circumstances
typewriters Curry, by elapsed since the storm and if l
of the TailroJftF and.hotel enter-',very good balance' withwhich to realm. the house, has compiled what he;, cupied the Roberts bungalow at I was prevented attending; families have been able to provide drowned in Jamaica in the
prises. The trust is to run for Ia start plans for the reception of I 1212 Washington street. They
Missions: the meeting, and proceeding to their needs that!
Religious chooses own during
call "an. official roll
period of 21 that is, until what is confidently expected will to will be here next month j
years Main in Ethiopianjtrade i and re-I Miami was in confernece by 11 i period we feel that they should',i raging floods left by tor-
Sept. 23, 1937. The pertinent portion be a "bumper crop" of tourists participants main for the
call of the west" He has as-j o'clock. I" be in a position to continue to i iI
of the will reads as follows: this winter. are French Somaliland. Ja-j Edward Bruce, who was here, The meeting, which was attended do so." rential rains which accom-
"All the rest and residue A committee ors appointed to I pan, Belgium England and India I sembb d in one chronological and! for last season an! wth: Mrs.I i I I by Judge W. II. Burwell, Judge I I
of estate including all nominate oificers for the ensuing I followed by the United States, Bruce the tea Trevor panied the hurricane.
my !!! occupied I i II. H. Taylor and Engineer P. L.
lapsed bequests and devises, term, and election was ordered: Russia, Italy, Egypt, France and I alphabetical order the congressional home on Division street, plans to t Wilson, was in session several 1 i MAKES READY FOR

shall hold for the term of 21 held at the next meeting, November i Germany in the order named. In- pioneers of the western' arrive on the Florida next week.!Ii hours and a number of matters Property damage on the
years from the date of this 4. Refreshments will be"creased production in the countryis : i i The Bruces will occupy quarters!! pertaining to the application for I!
will by my said trustees for served after the election of offi' said,to depend largely on exploitation I part of the United States. j! in the naval :station which are now the bridges 'was heard. i PROJECTION KEY island was estimated at

the MAINTENANCE AND cers.The of mineral resources, Sixteen states are included in i,: being made ready. I I I All matters were cleared up. The $2,500,000 largely to ba-
league then went into an and development of highways. ,
DEVELOPMENT AND AD- I\ Since his departure Mr. Bruce,, Key West'membcrs made arrangements
MINISTRATION OF THE informal discussion of plans for I There are no American busi- his study. The record starts at I has suffered from paralysis and i ii :i for passage on the Florida HAROLD CLARK PLANS MUCH nana plantations which already
the winter. these houses established in Ethiopia
Florida East Coast Railway Among being a ness i i at one time was practically help- and returned home this morning. I
*> house fot both American interests there the time each of the Rates was CONSTRUCTION WORKIN
amd the Florida East Cst weekly oiien less. His quarters in the naval suffered greatly in
Hotel properties (which are tourists and residents, with mu- are concerned mainly with reli- i I station will the comfort,
I admitted to the Union. lie start I I'I' i provide NEAR FUTURE
hereinafter called principal sical programs and short lec- gious and philanthropic missions I I i and restful surroundings, recom-,i LEGION CIRCLEHOLDSJEETING the September storm.
ture talks on interesting inci- future engineering projects and:' ed from the treaty with Mexicoof
properties) and the properties I !| mended by his physicians. 1 Growers in
some cases
dents in Key West history the romance anticipated highway construction:'I' -
held by com I! Win. Seybold began correspondence
subsidiary I a -
of the the habitsof Guadalupe Hidalgo, on February i Harold A. Clark, Detroit capitalist .
panies. And to that end my spnoge, which if materialized will open a i with the department i iI who is planning: great'deal were said to be appealingto
trustees shall have power to game fish and other subjectsof market to varieties of American 2. 1848 and came on down I I during the summer with a view to of construction work at the government for
interest to the winter visitors. manufactures. I I I I I' I
ell any of my residue estate I securing a home for the winter. Marathon, work-
The matter of keeping up the to March 3, 1933 a period of 85 OFFICERS INSTALLED AT expects to ,
except the stocks and bondsof ,. The department was surprised this i men busy by the end of the I aid.It
the sad! principal companies tdvertisinu of Ker West was ADVISORY I years. morning when Mir. Seybold arrived I' SESSION HELD YESTER- month. was likewise the Sep-
discussed and several
invest the : happy suggestions -I the Florida asked if his j :
to proceeds I on and J 'lie has taken over Sombrero
of such sales and the I I The entire were session maie.I was permeated ADVISORY 9:30 a. m.-Tropical l West Independent place was ready.Arrangements. DAY .AFTERNOON Lodge, which was completed two I tember storm which hit

income and increments of all with a splendid: note of ,disturbance'central over extreme During this period he found! were at once ; years ago, and will make it into Cuba with great force in
my residue estate for the op- ;; southeastern Cuba in I !' gotten under way and.this after- a modern club house with many I
I I timism which proposes:: to make that there were 204 senators the vicinity of Cienfuegos
benefit of said principal or vicinity of Santiago diminished noon the visitor is comfortably Officers of the American Legion interior and exterior improve
subsidiary properties. To the in the legaue community a very definite life especially factor somewhat intensity and moving I from the 16 states. Of this naml .I located and' preparing to enjoy a Auxiliary were installed 'at ments. where several lives were

make and (execute any and all I I, as relating to the; reception, com- very slowlY'apparently in northerly -l I ber, 133 were Republicans, 631, delightful winter season. the regular meeting yesterday aft It is also 'planned to construct i lost and buildings

obligations and all pledges j I a I fort and entertainment of win- direction wrtfr some indications were Democrats, four were Pop.J ernoon in Legion Hall as follows: a hotel on the adjoining property, many

and mortgages of any of my ter tourists, it was shown. of curving to north-north-I I ulists, and! the other four were independents -,'GIVES STATUS OF Mrs.. C. P. lIoge?.oom-Presi-- it is understood, which will be one wrecked.
residue estate, except the ; west. Highest winds reported 60 of the most complete and modern !
of various kinds. From dent.Mrs. Tho storm center
bonds and stocks of the principal miles per hour at Santiago. Indications W. J. Kemp-Vice President -I on the keys. A force of workmen!I was
properties which may MISSK.K.( HOUSTON further weakening of in-;;!those states, over the same period I EGBERTS' CASEMAYOR vilrs. is expected to, be busy by Octo-I chartered by the Jacksonville -

be necessary for the maintenance tensity over Cuba but squall area I came 429 representatives, of J. G. Piodela-Chaplain. ber 28. weather bureau this
administration and STUDYTO will spread over Bahamas and which 264 were Republicans 130 Mrs. R. C. Skeleton-Secreta Mr. Clark recently announcedthe
development of the principal FINISHES Florida Straits and may gain in-:: Democrats 13 Populists, and 22 I -Treasurer. construction of a hotel at Miami afternoon as passing
properties the primary purpose crease north of Cuba. Caution'I were various types of indepen- :Mrs. P. R. Clements-Sergeant Beach to cost approximately
north of with
of this trust being to ENTER PUBLIC HEALTH advised vessels eastern and north-I During their territorial days I TO TAKE UP DUTIES at Arms.In I $1,200,000. I I Santiago a
keep together of the enterprise ern Cuba and Bahama waters including these states sent to Washington a the absence of the state I tendency to recurve to
into which my beloved NURSING SERVICE Florida Straits. total of 105 delegates. WITH POLICE FORCE president, who found it impossibleto COMINGA
north-northwest from its
husband Henry M. Flagler Here Ware some of the deductions be present, the new officerswere

put so much of his energy, AND CLINIC NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES Taylor made from his study inducted into office by Mrs.J. sew dally serial present northerly path,
ambition and life." i "The west is more tolerant than "The only reason Ivan C. Rob- G. Piodela, authorized by the
while the Bahamas
There then follows] a lengthy Notice is hereby given to all the rest of the country of widely erts is not night call officer of state president to conduct. the installation group
resume of the business of the 1 Miss Katherine Houston ha I r candidates running for office in I different political religious ands' the police department is because ceremonies.Mrs. HIGH'COURAGE was warned to prepare for

road m detail and a statistical I completed her study of Key West the Municipal Election to be held I other opinions. .** he did not qualify after his appointment \ Piodela is retiring presi- ..
(Continued on Page Four) I for the public health nursing service I i on the 12th day of November. A. "The people are more independent i : ," is the reply given by dent, having held the office for' possible damaging winds. \..

---- and clinic and left here yes- D. 1935, to file their PETITIONwith I ( in their political actions. i'Mayor Win II. Malone to queries, the past three yearsv It is said I An area of squalls are '_
terday afternoon aboard the S. S. the Election Commissionerson It is doubtful if more than 10 or he said today.Mr. by her co-members that her activity -
Cuba for Tallahassee.She !I Wednesday, October 23, 1935,I,,15 per cent of them ever<<, vote a 'I Roberts, who is the son of i iI and indefatigable energy by Jeanne Bowman expceted to cover the ter-
J' was sent to Key West by,. at 5:00 p. m., at City HaILRespectfully straight ticket. ... I Milton and Lillian Roberts of has been one cf the prime factorsin _IH_ ritory as far west as the
$ cQgra.m.s Conrad Van Hyning, State ERA I "Whether Republicans or Democrats Fleming street is an outstanding keeping the morale of the organization
awl k administrator. In Tallahassee, J. CARLYLE ROBERTS, they are naturally and''I I young man and would have made t up to the high standard CITIZEN Florida Straits, but no
44It'e ishe will have charge of a study' JOHN COLLINS nearly always progressive in their an excellent of'* .-er, the mayor j which has been a marked THE present threat for Florida ) .F
WHISKIES AND GINS for the Florida Crippled Chil- IRA F ALBURY. politics and liberal in their treat ]l explains but as he did not qualifyhe characteristic of the membership
dren's Commission. oct22-lt Election Commissioners. ment of each other." was forced to appoint another.'I I during its life.* J'l114'1.l11 was seen.

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Only Dally X.w.ptp.r> In Key West anq M ro.C'.nty. .
asmuch 1 as the Ethiopianshave' no -merchant There will be a mass meeting act Normal Mean. J.:"..' 7$.J 1 I II as so r a, rte y
marine the-eounty court-house-tonight. It I Rainfall't northeasterly. winds except ii-ecb of Wa hjigt ns tar ,
littered at Key west, Florida as avccad dun matter thjs is, in effect advice that ron r
Americans decline to travel on Italian is called by Chas. H. Ketchum'and Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins.j I to strong northeast wilds and: born in England. Die< .j \
7E.4RMews. r C.: P. Kemp for the purpose of dis-J Normal l Precipitation' .25 Ins. squalls over extreme south por- rmia, Dec. 9, 1781,
tran.s-oceanic'vessels. the Monroe District .Tbl ree.rd :4-.... twrtod I i
f the A.oel.ted cussing
Pre Watery i\, c *vra _..... tion; weather partly overcast tonight -
lb. Associated Press I. exclusively entltle4 to use I It should not be forgotten that the Bill to be introduced at the corning -; tmlmf mt It lrk IMa '
for rea. ,.atioa of aU newa eUapatelt. credited to 1 'Tom.nOwAtma.a.. and Wednesday with! showers 1780-John Forsyth Gc.-4:; ;: ,.
tt 3r nott otberwlae credited la this paper and also "casus belli" between the United States special ,session of the legisla-i! 4pi!,, .
tbe local nets published. bere. turfe.! Mr. Ketchum and Mr. Kemp! Sun rises .. .......-.._. 6:29 a. m. over south portion. congressman senator rra
I and Germany was the loss of American }rp4 are representatives to the 'legislature Sun' Beta ......._._...._... bibs p. m. governor, Secretary of State. tat !

EDITORIAL lives on passenger ships torpedoed t by submarines and they desire to be' fully Moon rises ..-...__..... 3:14 a. TO, WEATHER CONDITIONS j Fredericksburg co .. Va. Died O. *

1NATIONAl in. the'war zone. The United :posted on the matter in order to Moon sets ........._....... 3:37'p.: ., m.Tomorrow' 21, 1841.
'" I93'5l t tFfBMRIPTl place the idea before Talc.X51.1. I
I the
body. .
:States ivas carried into the World War by .." The tropical disturbance was
ON: BTTES""' T- There is no local opposition to the P.a1 1811-Franz Liszt Hnngariu:r
l/ne Tear ._._._... ... .._. ..._.-- .110." insistence upon its neutral rights whereas. Y bilk which became lost m the shuffle High .....m.......... 7:20 7.23 central this morning' over extreme -, composer, born. Died July ? ,
.... ..... ............_. -6t r southeastern!! Cuba in the I
Six Months --- the and failed of Low ..___.......12.54 1:13Barometer I 1886.
tare Months tie J present. policy contemplates the abandonment passage during' .. vicinity or'Santiago. It has diminished I
One Month .8* the last session. They have called 8 a tad.ysSea' '
Weekly --.. .U of.such neutral rights as may involve the to learn level,"29.91.WEATIIEI. *fta' somewhat intensity1 andis I
meeting what
just the
moving slowly apparentlyin 1821 CoHis P. HnntingtoR
very 'I j'ioneer
ADVERTISING! RATES us into war. 6 people-want and put the bill, a northerly direction with tome J California merchant, J'ajj.
:Made known application. FORECAST
There were many Americans duringthe framed on the information received '
indications of curving to northnorthwest. -,11'O&4'builde.r identified with South
8PFCIAL NOTICE World War who early saw that the at the meeting through'at At 3:30'' a. ni. Santiago -:I era Pacific "R.'RJ; bWrn at Hanm-
thanks, resolution of the (Till 8 Wednesday I
All card of )
readingnotices coming session. p. m. ,
reported a wind of 70 miles I Il ton Conn. Died Aug 13 190 '
respect, obituary .otle. Hewill be charred. for at United States would have to admit the Key West and Vicinity: Part'y
la* rate of It cents a Una. an hour with a barometer reading I
Notices for entertainments by churches from which neutral l rights could not be enforced in the ,! The Japanese Steamship Kei- cloudy with occasional Bhowen l of 29.30. inches. This location of .
Is be derived S cents line. 1832 Damronch
ft revenue to are a -Leopold rioted
The "alien Is an open forum and Invites discussion war zone or go to war to enforce them. fuku Marti, reported adrift in the the storm is 'nearly liOO miles I I GermanXmeriean'eonductdt,
of public Issues and subjects o( local or general Gulf of Mexico, was .yesterday! southeast of Key West.: Smell;
Interest will communications. Our diplomatic protests to Great Britain and Yiohnwt of his .
but it not publish anonymous towed into port by the Coast Guard M craft warnings are displayed this' composer' dayfather'of
over its illegal interference with our neu- Cutter Saulcee. The vessel lost itspropeller I morning at) 'Miami and Ke".West.j th1 Wo famed living
American muiaDs. born Germany" -
tral trade were critical and hostile and and has been drifting in G S. KENNEDY
I : Died in New York. Feb
IMPROVEMENTS. FOR, KEY WEST might have caused trouble had not the public was the gulf 100 miles for the off past course four-when days.con-' It I / / ;j r Office fin Charge 1 1f 15, 1885.
taken a more antagonistic view as to tacted by the cutter The ves- The first Protestant missionaries ,
the fatalities to the German submarine:' selwas bound from Boston to Id' : reached. ,Ethiopia in 18"Y.0.i I 1843 Stephen M. Babcock
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campaign.In New Orleans for a cargo of cotton '' I I world-famed dairy scientist! boi .i
1 Water
and Sewerige. 1btt for Japan. i, Mrs. Mir Lyons of West VirJgmia -!, ,,t' 'Brfcgewfctei';':IT T. Died a!

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main the future it would seem, that theAmeri'can Mostly Cloudy Showers l 1 I who had been unable to Madison, "'is., July 2,. 1931

land.a policy will be to forego certain }.., : It is po-sitle that Key West :jspealc'for*four years, was- terri-i
minor and incidental rights rather than be- toe',,c ett I will. be visited by Kenneth L.I tonight and Wednesday; fresh to !|fled by a daring circus act and;.' 1865 Raymond Hitchcock
Free Port.. Roberts of the editorial' staff of strong northeast winds and squall'screamed after which she was' noted actor, barn at Auburn. N
4. Hotels and come embroiled in a war to enforce them. The Center Line Hog is a cow- the Saturday Evening Post sometime -'I Florida: Partly cloudy tonight I!I able to talk again. I''.Y.. Died Nov. 25>, .109 ,

Apartments. This seems to u&to be sound common sense. boy on wheels. His recklessness iq the near future.: MiC Roberts and Wednesday, occasional thover's -1-. .. ,
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5 Pavilion. in "riding the l line" and stampeding ,I in extreme south portion and
Bathing There is no possible wisdom in having is at this time travelling in
the east : .
: traffic causes many accidents. i j I the southern district of the state near coast
6 -ports-Land i and Sea. and ,
of soldiers sailors killed Jacksonville Florida
thousands} our Good drivers avoid disaster by to get "the truth about Florida." to Straits:
7. Consolidation of County. and- City. in order that a comparatively few Americans respecting, the rights and safetyof His object is to interview people Fresh to strong northeast winds
and squalls in south and central
Governments. may travel across the ocean while a others. i principally tourists leaving the i iI
fresh northeast eat
state and find portions, to .
whirlwind of war is going on. .....!..................j leaving. In each city why visited they are he winds over extreme north portion; ii i. CONSULT, YOUR BANKER
Now that Senator Hays Lewis is gone Today In History will interview business men and dent of the American Chamber of. i *

who is the best poker player in. the Legislature. AN AMUSING. : ., ., 1 REASON.' ........................ I cure the chamber a correct of account commerce''and of the..! con-se-I Commerce; !I '' ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

? *- :l' 1C85-Revocation of.thc Edict ditions in the state. '' ..
< to the Editorial comment t The real
According newspaper reports of Nantes-the Edict of Nantes. I! -
Trustees of the Chicago Church Federa- 1598. ending religious wars of I j I Residents of White street met trouble with a great number of I
Classified advertisements in The Citizen !' business places which! complain of
allowed freedom la't night the hall
France of worship in city to discuss -
churches of
tion representing 1Q53 eigh-
too much competition, is that theydon't
often produce surprising results. Try to Huguenots. Ihc annulment !- ; the proposition of widening 1
one for yourself. teen Protestant: denominations, have declined forbade free exercise of i the street and before the meeting advertise. '
:' The First National Bank
an. offer of funds from the Works Protestanism and caused emigra- was! brought to a close} ,tit was ol Key,West
; 1 Baby Reyes wen a ,victory last .. . .. '
,Progress Administration for the extensionof ticn cf some 300,000. i! decided that city council be peti- night in the eight-rosnd: ; fight with i .
The Communist like the child tioned to widen the streets and I
: pea church educational and recreational ac Kid Toledo of Twnpa The boys

ples the world with men either perfectly, tivities. It seems that local W. P- A. of- now'74i Princeton!:-Collees ehartelei of vc\t.. Jersey. f' the that next this petition meeting be of presented the council at put on an eII'elleni't'xbibitron:: of Member.. tr'of. .the....:Federal. .._ ... ,Reserve ri-.... .
the art nd the derision !
bad the capitalists J or perfectly good the
following the preparation of the
0--- 11820Lutherans I
ficials offered the services of relief clientsto
was heartily agreed to by the fans i I
petition. .
workers. The plan i ti to widen the
assist in the recreational program of in United 1:street to .45: feet' with sidewalks
States formed a general ynod.: Pythian Sisters "in Key West Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish institu- from Trumbo iSland out to the t -. .. .
will tombrrow night celebrate the
Well well, so they play bolita in Key I county! road. Corporation
tions. 1836-Gen. Sam Houson inaugurated anniversary of the 37th year'of the '. :.i
West?-Tampa Tribune. Of course they The Citizen i is not interested in the President of Texas. I Key West Rotarians today celebrated founding of the order: The affair
do; you knew it all the time. But the decision of the Trustees although rather 1 i the seventy-eighth birthday will be held m" the rooms' of the

stakes are not so high as in Tampa. 1844-Day fixed by Millerites' of Dr; J.: Y. 'Porter, Sr., and] Cuban Club and avery Interesting
amused at the reason given. The Trustees has 'been
for world to end.1834Charles. program; .
j t the occasion was one of the hap.j
thought that acceptance of the offer would ''piest since the organization of the ---.- -- .--
The Citizen cannot think well of a. "be subject to interpretation as, or con- ("Pretty Boy"'' ) (Iub. A large'caLe decorated'with' -

public official who Floyd Public Enemy No.1. shot'to figures in green, white: and orange j jf . _
endeavors to rob a contractor strued to be, a violation of the principleof death Ohio. !1 5 1o '- #-.y. _. .. _
frosting was on the doctor's table I
of the hard-earned fruits of his .: separation of- church and state." f f and at the conclusion of the luncheon arranged.PAINT

years service. Such an official is not to We' wonder if the Trustees have ever About 27 million dollars will bp; each person .present was presented rr
spent by the government in em- with a slice. Among the j
trusted. .heard that the property of churches, in almost -I( UPUse
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ploying some 30,000 musician ; prominent .guests, were Dr. A. ; ,
every state is exempt from taxa- actors, musicians. painters and Murphree, president' of .,. J .. ,0.1
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Sidney Smith, creator of the Andy! tion. writers for six months. I University and W. P. Field iJ "" -#<' "

Gump cartoon was killed in, an automobile '

accident Sunday morning. This WANTED TO BE FOOLED : ] 3

adds another victim to the voracious' appetite f. Z/L0--A Sherwin: \Williams! t Product!! !

of the speed demon, who is no respecter Two Paris reporters recently learned A- v *t .
of persons. Rich and poor high something about human nature which they BRAND :.,

and1 low all look alike to him. did not know before. It that }
probably was::
Zilo is a.Pure Lead and Zinc. ? Paste.. It i is Absolutely I. !! un dulteratedContains -
the old saying "people like to be humbugged -- > I- .1 J J I jS i't-. I JIIUMfl < ti I

The editor of the Sunday Star takes ," i is true. G-E REFRIGERATOR -I .t .... .t .. no..Substitutes.. Can be used .Inside, OI,":Ou.l. ,le.. .

the right attitude when he announces thata They gained admittance to a private i

weekly paper published in a place where club in a small town rear Paris to witnessa "" ; A,25 POUND CAN OF ZILO MAKES. ABUT;

there is a daily cannot be a newspaper and seance where an alleged spiritualistic '* .

that it is pretentious to claim otherwise. It medium was scheduled to perform. Join- WILL COSt YOU, $$40: L ro NINE:QUARTS OF PAINT

can, however the editor could have added ing the circle they saw dimly what was I t
become an interesting periodical and a useful said to be the spirit of a deceased young ,'

asset to a community: if it is conducted woman. The reporters seized hold of the I .. t n',s MON1M... 1 25IfqjindCan;; : : Zilp Costs', $3,501Jr !

along constructive lines.A "spirit" which provel to be the medium YO aUY. n' ;. :, : '
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himself clothed in a sheet. If Quarts..I Linseed1 0ilcosfo L I.4Jx
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shakeup is due in WPA circles in The other witnesses of the seance be-

Florida ere long. The Sh,ltz crowd played came very angry as the reporters expected T

wide and handsome in the days of the but! evidenced. their anger in an unexpected your.1 Waiting G-E is actually until spring wasting to buy 140 .., $4.95' ''

FERA. 'I$; was a contagious habit and soon m.anner. Instead of denouncing or more.Buy...and use the save .'p t -
the small fry local politicians; were makingup the fake medium; the dupes beat up the logs to Protect make your yourself monthlypay.mental aguost*

their "lists" for federal employment.How reporters and threw them out of the place. probable. higher- prices- in .the 1 MAKaJ1tJRE. LEAD-ZINC. PAINT COST.
spring ... '"- .t' I ) M" _'. .o' .
you voted sometimes was the difference -.. .

between getting work and staying WHY PICK.Off- KEY WEST? You need a GenerakDectric every .- ...\ ,&&& per quart $2.20 per; ga lICg! }
idle. S day-it's always mmmemme in .: ,' 9* ;: .
It was logical to continuE: the praylice t the kitchen'regmrcMes! of bow' .

,under WPA but Whirligig hears the t (Tampa Tribune) cold it may be outside.Right now : "\

day of reckoning is at hand.-Miami Daily Tampans are interested to read that Governor is the most favorable time to boy
your G-E-let us tell you_why, 1 : Cqn You Equal2 This Lowr

News. It is about time. : Sholtz has made the startling discovery that 20' .1.l 1 .. ...

---- : bolita games are operating in Key West that "50 I r G st Anywhere? "

The Tampa Tribune in an editorial i bolita peddlers canvass from house to house and : .- ,. r ,. .
caption, referring to Constable Camero's induce women and children to buy numbers from
suspension, asks "Why Pick. On Key one to amount." Pursuant to this; disI I 11i
penny any I
Remember We for Lumber
are .Headquarters} Cement!! ,. Scrfeng,
IVest! The inference is that in Tampa the Governor from office '
covery. suspended one ,,
i r I D<< raVt !mdowin fact Anything need( to Repair.
a } ,, you Builder
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too, bolita and other forms of gamblingdre Alberto Camero. Constable of Key West, on chargesof I '. ; :

played well. The acts failure to make 1:
as governor on frequenting gambling places, |i .
Information which is right and it is understood arrests of gambling operators, and accepting bribes :
1 1I j The West Co. 3e
that the complaint was given the from gambling places for allowing them to operate : Key Electric
governor, not in the hope of bettering conditions I unmolested j I t
a' South Florida Contracting. & Engineering CoPicne
in Key West but as a piece of poli- I Tampans are wondering if the Governor 4I l _, > f .. !' : .

tical spite; otherwise The Citizen would knows that bolita and other forms of gambling are "
1 598 Whit Sbe
te"an4.Elr a 1s
ask the .. .. ,, ...:
question "Why was Constable Carnjero I openly played in Tampa under much the same .' ; a

picked on, and not also. the higher ; {'cc-tions.!: though on larger scale, that he discovered ; GENERAL m; ELECTRIC' : f: "Your home is 'Yo. .foJ.the beat
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ups? : ;, .in Key .West. _. ...... e. .- .,.

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U STfrc Scp H23cst t Citizen: A NEW NEUTRAL POLICY 1 1I J S.....aa.....SISS....1.1

I Today's
Pub::"hd Daily Except Sunday B? President Roosevelt has warned the PUBLIC tNfMl .5HE l r TODAY'S WEATHER
'1'IIE C. .
L. P. ARTMA". .........KmtJOE American people against traveling on mer- GONE BY I __ Anniversaries

'' ALLEN, AuUlaa! BulacM Maufrr chant vessels belonging either to Italy or 't CE..NEE. 'RJLIN I Hal seg. Her. Just 10 Year tap.rat.rsHtgseSt weather pertly iteody. to overcast III SSS S.....e.SSSSSCCS
5'rom The Cllfiu But: !'Ing, A Aa Tale __
('Onr pr Or+nen; An 8t..t. Ethiopia in view of the Wa( which is lak- I I -n.: FO.. 01.n.JIfti6_ rx:, '8a 79 [trttnv oteasToaal khotrerm t,?*!ht Lord 1693 of-Cvmrnxt Thomas Fan''Itr't dos .


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oter'side of the clearing.. we'll have i OtmV ef Commerces i jArthvr I o Negro
TJ*ia:1 horse nickered'sotO/as he aZ'Oach'etL p to hurry I I, t, How far we clln continue togo ''I member of, Congress: ,
He helped her-Into her coat andthey '
on an emergency basis! with "Everybody have talked with
ran for the door: Tfee> intoxicate. i ------
: -white and colored
This one Is yourbe said to : business carrying the load is a -is in sympathy -.

Emt1y of a email laying chestnut a band next upon to the his flank own."He's she ed'Aren't_,guest asked.anored you going loudly to on wake the him floor.?" BAKERS WON\ OVER WILL, PRESENT, HIGH! ,SCHOOL TEN serious question" I\I with Ethiopia.-

got a soft month and he's asnrefooted Bernard M. Barach financier' : '
aa a goat." Dan grinned., 7 and do 1C flea LOPEZ,TEN TQ TAKE! CUMONIGHT DOWNSJEACONSJACK "No man or woman who saw I Ianthfng PALACE t tf
never foxhunt
seen a In his life: tI
She caressed the horse'a shoulder! of the Great War can be I J
this Is as_ far as he ever gets.-- I Jack Buchanan-Lfli DamitaBREWSTER'S ra..rs.aCR
feeling the play of muscles beneath other than a I lover of peace." I
Us akin. "I think.she turned ImPulsively Outside the moon was high and AND TROPHYWALKER I I'l !!I. B. GRIXF-n, If .
bright. The horses saddled and i BAKERS AND EMBALMERSTO LOPEZ GAVE UP ONLY MILLIONS I" !a1lma, Dome-tike Institution.
were : ,
Dan.that' I ... .
to a good horse Earl Carroll testifying in court: i where you will find yrar M alI
la the waiting and several of the party I I 0 Comedy I tmmttmrt ... rmtfrttmtmmt a mat-
most beautiful thing In the TWO BENGALS WHICH WERE "She had lustrous hair of fine
world" were already'under way: The yapping i I' ",- '- Matinees 10-lSet Nigntt 15-25 j l Iter of great importance.
or'the dogs came faintly froma i ALLOWED, EMBALM.ERS I I texture, a forehead like a snow I I
Dan's face looked queer In the dim. distance. I BAYVIEW PARK SECURED. FIRST,FRAMEBy peak and eyes that made men I -0-
frosty light.Not hafts" he tald ONLY SIX HITS; FINAL A. steel ftrepe f .n.lac be.tee
They rode hard for several min I J swoon. I KEY WEST !. the beast .( tke city.
thickly -
and before
she could
guess SCORE
utes CONTEST WAS 3 --0-
his Intention,he had her In his! along a salldy'uneven'ro d. towards JOVE COLONIAL'HOTEL
arms. (By JOVE) ( ) Arthur Camper, Republican: Sea.
the barkfng: } of. the dogs. I I Every Room with Combination Tab
None of Dan's casual caresses had '* TO 2 Tonight the' Lopez Funeral The High School 'diamondballteam atcr from Kansas: I I and Shower Bath, Ra>4*., SlcetrloCetlinir

prepared her for this.Not even marriage asked"Have between they struck eathlC;yet! Emily : Home ten and the Busy Bee Bakers 'of the Social League de- "It is only a matter of time nn-, In the Center of the Businessand Fan. Comfortable Stat Door for Beds SummerVnIllation. with

had warned her of the existence { : at feated the Lighthouse crew of Inner
"\ot yet".Dan was close beside will cross ca.3 Bayview yes i Theater District_ Mattress Soring Con
of such sheer animal passion. (By JOVE) I, Park. terday afternoon 4 to 2. structton and Individual Read
her.rhey"re Ing conversa
lag Lamps
She fought against it terrified tion." The Busy Bee Bakers defeated I Batteries will je A. Lunn and. Jack Lopez on the mound for I I BENJAMIN LOPEZ ; First Class-Fireproof-

aware that Dan's mouth was bruising They drew up even with JudIth' the Lopez Funeral Home ten Ingraham for tne Lopez clan, and the ABC boys allowed but two FUNERAL HOME j 1! Sensible Rage RATES

,hers that one arm crushed her and Aubrey, and reined In to Ifsten at &yView-Park last night by' the I,Ward and Gatriel for the Dough- hits and they came in the very,, Serving Key West Tt Room Private Bath _sisals S2..WM
against his hard body,that one hand The dogs were'In the woods, to the close score of 3 to 2 to take the I!i boys. first inning-a single by Jackie I!: Hall Century COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI a__.. Private Beth XX*
lay, against her breast. of those scheduled wilt under Carbonell to left and an infield'' Service I 4. a_.. Private Beth __ s..M
right them uttering short., three-game'series these The contest get way i i I 24 Hoar Ambulance 24 Room. Private Bath __ &.$0
She tore herself away finally and I purposeless yaps two teams Have been'playing two j i tt the usual t-mc.! hit by Stanley. From then on' Licensed Embalmer I Gar.,. Elevator 10 9am.l. Roam. Private Bath tae

leaned against the horse's warm ., "Might as well walt" Aubrey sug games to none' and thereby won!: The silver loving cup won by only four players reached rU'St'oft Phone 135 Night 696-\\ j Popular Price I SLIGHT I\CHEA FOR DOLBLSJjft.

shoulder, sobbing for breath. gested."They seem to be circling the silver loving cup' offered byj I|the Bakers when' they defeated his delivery three by walks and 'I I .. OCCCPA3CCT

"'Danl! What a rotten thing to do!" the order of,Caballeros de"I la Luz,| the Funeral Homer two games one on an' error at short. -- ---
fie straightened fighting for comp OODDEXLY a new note. sounded In for whose benefit the games were out of three will be presentedto Clyde Stiokney hurled a good

sure. God knows rm sorry. he the chorus. a deep, prolonged played. them tonight. game for the Beacon<<: boys. He I

said huskily. forgot for the moment bowL : The Bakers did not have any', Fans are urged to be out early crave up two hits in' four innings.In .
." "Thafa Lead!" Dan.crieO. "Walt t the grandstands the fifth the School lads scored
what sort yon were.'That's trouble in capturing the un- for a seat in ttlaslar
no excuse." she said hotly. and see what direction they take." til the sixth frame when" the I The game tonight will" serve I two runs on a hit and two errors.i I srlsa.a

Tm no baby I* The tone of the distant chorus bad Embalmers put over their first for twp purposes. It will be In the sixth they cinched the gameon

"Yes yon are." he said roughly. Emily changed could unmistakably tell so that even tally, due mostly to wild pitches the lash game of the series being a hit. a walk and two errors .
the difference. It 3
And added.""Oh. know you've been fainter by the catcher and'third' tas.em.iii. played for the benefit of the or- by Pellicier. j I I
grew as dogs trailed.
married,. and all that, but not to.a Judith said resignedly; "1 hope; to In. the ninth, after the Bakers Caballeros' de la Luz and will B. Pinder, Saunders J. Pnider.I 1IiHELD. TIGHT!
man." scored have bearings on the standing of Carbonell Stanley and Mathews]1 I
heaven It's not a red (fox. hs.d: already enough: runs
She stared at him wondering If "Why!" Emily asked. to win the game the Funeral the league. The outcome of the played a good game in the field. ,, ,
Judith He read her thoughts.Nobody's "A red for runs straight,for miles t'Homers tallied for the last time game will count on the first half Score by mnnigsv R II. E.

been telling tales." he and miles. The dogs might not get Baker singled to center and stile' I standings of this legaue. Lighthouse 200 000: Ci-2 2 5 y -And Anne didn't even know the
reassured her "I guessed that for home until tomorrow night. second. Cates singled to left and Friday night the Busy Bees will High School 000 022 x-4 4 2 .# t man whose'strong; arm gripped her.

myself.A real mar.could never have They rode slowly forward reining took second on the throw in.I'play the Firemen for the last gameof Batteries. Stickney and PelKcier I C 'S Lucky thing' John Neuman was

let you go.or If be had would never In occasionally to listen.The rest Sterling went out short to first the first half ; J. Lopez: and Nelson. If there-much better than drowning.It's .

have left you untouched.** ef the party was a short distance Baker scored. Inerraham I struck+ ........................ I I one way to meet a man. It's
She couldn't reply to that: she ahead. Emily was unable to Judge out, for the third tim. McCarthy' Standing of the clubs: Anne Farnsworth's way inStarting

could only lean against the horse the distance but she guessed that popped up to third for the! last'I T.a 'Birthday: Club- W, L. Pet I I

shivering. Dan closed his eyes for an already they must have ridden several out of the game. ., I Birthday', Administration 'n- __ 3''I 750() a
Instant and cursed_himself.He ., miles. And then she realized -The'itmsy'Be'es started right ....."........ ..-..-........ .... High School 'mn'm 2 2 .500 I i ;
that the deep-throated chorus was I : Park ___ __ 1 2 .333
came close to her and took her out Sri thfe'opening! inning when Constance Bennett, screen Bayview nm
growing louder. I .____ ___.._. 13 .250 I ,
hands very gently. "Emily, honey Dan reined In quickly. "They're : they1'pHit"ovef"two TU)'!. Castro star born in New York City, 30 Lighthouse I : -
It won't happen again. Please forgive walked."' Sweeting bunted afely. i ti 'r
coming back. Must be a gray ,foxl|t years ago. York City U. S. executive, ; Jeanne Bowman's
me and trust me. He lifted her Jude.* l< ,Armando Acevedo singled to center Steel absorbing new
handstand'kissed her fingers'softly; Castro scored.! Sweeting rr born in Chicago. 35 years ago. ': story, set against'the background of
Minutes went by": The entire land
turned the hands and laid their party Dr.. Oscar L Ohapman of Denver t the salmon
over was together now. tense and silent, ,,'< palms against his burning face. Assistant! Secretary of the Newell C. of Penn. artist Northwest.F'
and the chorus was growing grad- Armando went to second on the Wyeth -, .
bon! at Omega. Va.. 39
Please. Emily and and'il1ustrator, born at Need-
ually louder Suddenly still a differ- play. Albury singled to right '
She relaxed. Perhaps Dan was ent note was sounded: Acevedo scored. years ,
right, and she was childish and un Oh-oh!" Taller bounced In his I From then until the seventh ,

touched. .111-t1'7. saddle. "Tree bark! Hit's a coon. : frame the Bakers were held I Paul JI. Pearson, PWA assistant George W Hill tobacco company In The Citizen

He said. -"Thank you," almost Mist Dan; hit's a coon sho's I'm scoreless. In that inning the winning Director, former governor of head, born in Philadelphia,

humbly and slipping one of ber settin' hyah. run was scored. Bethel doubled the Virgin 1. Islands, born at Litch-' 51 years ago. j
hands through his arm turned once Dan turned his horse and rode to deep right center. Pena field TJL, 64 :years ago.
more towards the cabin. At the door back several hundred yards, fol- rolled out to first and Bethel went

he paused,,. shamefaced. lowed by the rest of the party. He to third. Walker struck out and Martinelh of New ,_ ---. .
veered to the left and took Giovanni
"Hare you-got some powder In a
safe when Sterling
your pocket" trail leading Into the heart.' of the gabriel was :York's Metropolitan Opera, born : -.
the ball, a fly back of
She flushed,. thinking for the first pine. woods. i dropped pop in Italy 50 years ago., < '
second with Bethel scoring. ;
time of what he must have done to They reached the milling dogs at :
Walker struck out 12 batters. ,
her appearance. She powdered her last and Mac' flicked on a powerful I Every member_of the Lopez ten, I Edward: R, Stettniitrs of Nand FIRMSWho
face; tucked her disordered hair teachlfght. High In the scrubby pine
I Baker and Cates, fell victims -
under the little hat. Together they crouched a furry animal, his ,eyes. except
went Into the shack gleaming green'In the light. -" to his ,delivery at least once. ers, ,Higgs, Albury: and Bethel
Taller began to chortle.lIlt's a He allowed only six hits, two by for the Bakers..

group before the fire greeted coon. Didn't I tell"yon hit was a I Baker, two by,Cates and one each I I Gabriel committed two errors, Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them.JOHN

TilE m without looking up. Only coon!" by Ortiz and Sterling; Acevedo and Sterling, one" each:
Suddenly a shot rang out and the c. Gates also pitched good. He The Lopez ten earned only one L
Judith glanced swiftly at Emily and
i dark furry body hurtled to the gave up just seven hits, two by run, while the Briers earned all
guessed what had happened.. Dan
I ground. I I Bethel, two by Acevedo and one their tallies.
was a beast she decided: perhaps '
"Oh!" The cry was wrung from each Castro and Al- R. H, E. Star American Coffee
after all she had better tell Emily oft I by Sweeting Score by innings: ,
vfd's cable-of David<< speeding Emily, a note of pity and horror. bury. lie struck out four. LopeK .. 000 001 001-2 6 1 C. PARK TIFT'S :
across the Mediterranean. Jedfthpatte& her arm > "In the:field, the *esf perform B!is' -_H:," 200"DOTnOjt-! ) 7 "Z Ha a taste and aroma that J

For two weeks bOW, she had car- Slowly with the aid-of'the searchlight ers of the night: were Cates, Mc- Batteries: C. Gates'and Ingra- is only found in, good coffee : 1

ried the words of David's answer In i,through, they the woods.made Taller theIr'carried way back the Carthy and Kerr for the Embalm- ham;' Walker, and GatrieL'i.l".I".I".I".I".I".I".I".I"I ; : 328 SIMONTON, ST. and you can be sure that ,it's FLORAL PIECES' A. CASH GROCERY 1

her heart: "Take a sixty-day option. j fresh because it's blended in SPECIALTY v )
like banner ----- -- -
coon a as one more example
Home next month. Cheerio! David" Key West. 1101 Division Street
of Winnie's Dawn
(It was I like David to have disregarded prowess. A': ..I".I".I".I.I A
breaking they reached the PLUMBINGDURO
was as
cost and added that "Cbeerlo!") horses and they began the long ride i : LARGO, ft 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE-29. j

It Emily showed signs of becom back to the cabin in the dim gray' STAR, Ib 25c; t

ing too Interested In Dan she'd have light of a January morning.Dan I I V. & S. Ib 15c. '1 and

to surprise-tell her. but she did want It for a "Tired!"looked anxiously: at Emily. "Make Your Paper fay PUMPS: SOUTH- FLORIDA, Staple Groceriesa Fancy ;

After seeing Emily settled Dan STAR COFFEE MILL
She shook her head. "I was too PLUMBING SUPPLIES 1
sank to the floor beside her. "Dealme excited to think about It. I can'llIeTe be NURSERY 'Complete Line Fresh
in."he drawled,his voice normal we've been out more than a You Dividends! 512 Greene Street '

again. "Emily's' not playing. I need few minutes. ; PHONE. 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
PHONE 597:
her for a mascot"The Ire smiled. "We've been riding

game went on. Money nearly four hours Was It worth the l
changed hands swiftly and In breathtaking trouble!"
sums Dan lost heavily; recouped SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
She nodded eagerly. "Oh yes. 1 Prices j
Money Saving
:' lost again. At eleven he hated seeing the coon shot, but even b INSURANCE'
Jewfisn, 2-110.. ________ 35e
turned to Emily. then I wouldn't have missed it for THE KEY WEST ; '.
"Time for yon to sleep a while." anything." Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs. 35e .

Sh3 wanted to protest, but the Ha patted her hand approvingly. Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S' Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25e Office: 319 Dural Street
thought of sletp was too alluring -
"Atta girl!
Grouper 2 Ibs. 2S
One of the girls and the Intoxicated She wondered, seeing him now. It 4' vertisers closely for special savings! on. your SUNDAY STAR
Snapper 2 Jh. 2Sc
gentleman had already succumbed.She .
she had dreamed the scene after supper '
household necessities. Make TELEPHONE NO. 1
your paper pay you
laughed apologetically and wished with all her heart Mutton Fish 2 Ibs. 25e
"1 don't seem tq, be able to help It!" that she had.Breakfast. ....sli dividend. The most interesting news i i. the Subscription $2 Per Year-. I _--

He drew a dilapidated! couch was ready when they I paper' ".to'day is the advertising where you vein FRESH SHRIMP -THE-- Try Your MeaU At
nearer the fire and found a heavy reached the shack and they fell upon Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday

blanket that smelled strongly' of It ravenously Afterwards she was sav 4i many dollars on the family budget by Fremh Crab Meat ;ia K> cane 6Se Paper Dflmonlco: Restaurant

horseflesh. "Lie down," be ordered. vaguely conscious of bidding'every ; patronizing those merchants who advertise their FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY .
She curled up gratefully and he one goodbYe By the time the'car goods. Business Office Citizen Budweiser Beer _....... ISe

tucked the odorous blanket closeiabout'ber reached Morton Hall she was sound LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Coarse n;_..., ----.-
then stood for an Instant asleep en the back seat while Judith
-railing down at her.. She returned slept'again with her head In,,Au- PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -______ BOe. 7S, .... ass
the smile reassuringly, and his brey's lapCopyright. J ,

weathered- face flushed painfully ( UU, &y Marta Sims) OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S .
Five minutes later she was asleep.A PURSE. AARON McCONNELL
e e e Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD
Emily takes up new duties. te_ i S36 Fleming- Street .
hand upon her shoulder awak morrow. JENNIE B. PE BOER
.t. ped in every package

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........................ Subscribe to The Citizen. i charged a customer 20 cents for an article that aS ,lbe \ of 1lt

Today's HoroscopeToday I \ I non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents' for. WatcbDoet.r PRINTINGDONE D-Ifed! Sympathetic -

........................ SPENDYOUR | Why this. bigdiffer nce7 CourtesyLICENSED .
brings literary or artistic ,
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tastes but they develop in a very I By patronizing the ,merchants who presenttheir J, WATCHMAKER,. JEWELER EMBALJlEB

quiet manner There seems to be VACATION !i prices frankly and openly each week you I I I AND ENGRAVER ARmTpRESSCitizen !;

little of the controversial in the : ; 1 help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST.OF LIVING OUT 'I ; See Him- For Your;Next Work Aa....._ Sorvic :1 -
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nature which i* rather devotionaL THIS i OF-KEY WEST. ALL PRICES REDUCED t '

There may be some enthusiasm ; BIdg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT J
FLORIDAMORNING Hours 9 to 12-1 to 0 Office f
in church social work, but ask i j i ,

rule} the labor will be of a rou- r Make your paper pay you dividends.r Open, Saturday., Niftta 51 Pao.. B8 N.v.efllesir i '
Jine character, and given to a' ioYgOU1HEALTH, ,-. l'

ort.of fatalism which will yield

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1- I..aeea.e......eeaeses.aa'I tQ the nation re-enacts a program About 260.000 will be spent

I ',t'dddyPE* STAR] VIEWS AND REVIEWS!i' cf prohibition. 'I this year in improving the famous

Rose Bowl at Pasadena, CalJ'Jaek.seaTflle'B .

<. 3 y MJ\srAX SrMS I : Carl W. Hull librarian ,I -

e -- What They-Say'Wb.ther j "No institatioir- oes-as muchtotj jests Betel

Chapter.42 ailed ber..Tha jooa4 =was.sUva,wltactivity. > a 1 9 1sT t Right Or w-.. .j destroys lH*-Ieva .f reading. *a* the* THEUUf S'EM'INOLE

I BAD MOMENT r ..... ..................{ average. higa.) school
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.-.. .' -.. ) 92 PASSENGERS I AR VIOLATED -. -

COLUMNa Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday.
................................................. Leo McMahon left on the Cuba ...... ....S.
last night for Tampa and expects ..... poLrricAL
Monroe County Council Parent to remain indefinitely CUBA SAILS FOR TAMPA YESTERDAY MAYOR SAYS MANY OVER. Advertisements under this head

AFTERNOON WITH LOOK ORDINANCE COVER. will be inserted In The Citizen at
Teacher Assn. Holds MeetingThe lira. James A. Cain and daughter the rate of le a word for each insertion ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY LJFLORIDATI.

who were visiting with Mrs. 33 PASSENGERS ABOARD INC MATTER but the minimum for the
Cain's mother, Mrs W. H. Trout,
I first insertion in every instance is
of the the
state of
meeting county, new president
at the home on Olivia street, left 25c. ELECTION, NOVEMBER GEORGE .i
Monroe County Council P.-T. A. P.-T. A. was in Key West recently WASHINGTON ,q
yesterday to join Mr. Cain at the 12. 1935
was held in the recreation hall of I Steamship Florida of the P. &: Though there is an ordinance Payment for classified adver- ... 3m y 7a
and gave a talk at a meeting of I home in Daytona Beach. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee t.ii rime .aC!
the Division Street School on I O. S. S. company, arrived this I II against parking on Duval street tisements is invariably in advance, Ti.Wd.iL.n1.1 -r...
the organization.Mrs. but regular advertisers with ledger For Mayor
October 18th. t Dr. Chas. B. Fogarty, who has morning from Miami witH 51 passengers -I between Fleming and Angela'
Misses Florence Boza, Chas. Ketchum, chair accounts may have their advertisements DR. H. C. GALEY
Little been ill for a long period, left on I for Havana and 41 for streets automobile drivers con- : Ga1aGEr K.warts.
Grace Albury, Jackie:man of the Key committee re- charged.
Rosalind + the Cuba last evening: en route to Key West. tinue to disregard the law and srsor.
!' Advertisers should their For Mayor
Doughtry, Della Mae Curry Per-i ported as to date they were un- St. Petersburg where he will en-I park whenever and wherever they
siss Larsen, and Yvonne Stewart able to meet with the school ter the veterans' hospital. He was Steamship Cuba, of the same like, said Mayor Wm. H. Malone street address as well as. their tele-t WM. H. MALONEFor MATFIOWEta.a.r

were the ushers, dressed in blue; board but expected to do so in accompanied by Denver Solomon,| line, sailed yesterday afternoon this.morning to The Citizen. phone number if they desire Reelection

and gold uniforms P.-T. A. colors.: the near future. attendant from the Marine hos 6:30 o'clock for Tampa with 33 While the ordinance prohibits sults.With re-I A...

President M. E. Berkowitz, pre-I, The council was requested to t, pital. I passengers, 20 from Havana and parking on the main street be- each classified For CouncilmanDR. : :..... srsww.......+cT
ment Citizen will free
sided. {obtain data on the "Summer 13 from Key West. tween the streets named, said the The give an ARMANDO COBO i ...ra.,1.a.a.
Mrs. Berkowitz urged the unit- Round-Up." W. Carey of Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask far 55, Gaud ..a.8A11s. .-:
it that
The mayor mean stops .
return to doe.noR
Key r
ed P.-T. A.s to use all literature I! The meeting of District '13-will the Western Union Telegraph West u.b."ill. sail'for-Havana for a>short"period are banned:! butit it. For Councilman ttAO w

sent out by the national organiza- be held on November 21, in West company in Havana, arrived yes- Thursday, does mean that parking while CLIFFORD G. HICKS
tion and to conduct the P.-T. A.', Palm Beach. Mrs. Earl ;Wilson, terday on the Ouba and duringthe return Friday and start the new the owners attend parties or go to WANTED FSGLERbL

more along the lines of the na- 1939 S. W. 8th St. Miami is the stay of the vessel at Key,I schedule, returning to Key West moving pictures will not be per- For Councilman in l.J4s ,e'r"7w,4r.r

tional program. ,) president of District 13. The West was the guest of his sister,1| Monday and sailing for Tampa mitted. WANTED to buy, seven-room MARCOS A. MESA SR. r a.r...,..... .l.a
Motion was made and passed to!|council will have a representativeat Mrs. Annie Page and other rela-' Tuesday. He suggests that all owners of house with modern conveniences am-.
appoint a chairman in each local! this meeting and must have all tvies.! lie sailed for New York, Future sailing from Key West automobiles realize that stopping $30 down, $30 a month. For Councilman GAIAGE. <.. .d>
on subscriptions to the P.-T. A. reports in early in the month of via Tampa. for Tampa will be 5:30 o'clock instead for*a few minutes while business Permanent resident. Reply JIM IATESsemry
of 6:30 as provided in the I Box R, The Citizen; office. ROBERTSFor
magazines. November. is being transacted is alright, but ;WEST PALJEACI*
Special attention will be givento Under new business attentionwas Mrs. Rosa Henriquez and children present schedule. I leaving cars parked! for lengthy oct21-3t
American Education Week: stressed on the articles ap- who were visiting relativesin Ocean going Tug Bafshe, from periods is in conflict with the Police JusticeT.

Nov. 11 to Nov. 16, by having a pearing in the newspapers and to Key West, left on the Cuba Port Arthur, Texas, bound to ordinance. FOR RENT S. CARO
P.-T. A. rally. I cooperate with the Women's Clubon yesterday for the home in''Tampa. :Miami, arrived in port yesterday I

A message from our retiring the methods of protection to afternoon and berthed at the Porter -'Detailed Report Compiled NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT For Chief of Police

State President, Mrs. Kathleen I; the bird life in our city. Herman Holtsbere: son of Mr. Dock to await favorable, with garage. Apply 827 MYRTLAND CATES wantyth>L-e;
W. Covey, was read and in the!! Mrs. Chas. H. Ketchum con- and Mrs. Morris 1 Rbltsberg l ; left weather conditions before continuing Giving Status Of Railroad Duval street. oct19

message Mrs. Covey expressed the 1 ducted the course in Publicity. All on the Cuba yesterday afternoonfor her voyage.; I For Captain of Police
wish that every member acquaint; P.-T. A. members were urged to Tampa en route. to Gaines- Steamship :Medina, of the Clyde- (Continued from Page One) TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED ALBERTO CAMEROFor Tli* GEORGE WASHINGTON

themselves with the aim and the take advantage of this important ville to attend Old Home Weekat Mallory Lines, arrived 11 o'clock summary of traffic, freight and APARTMENT. Con >00 !....w'lil Qd..sd s.....>.

theme of P.-T. A. movement this) phase of the work. the University; of Florida. last night from Galveston, discharged -, passenger and other matters of veniences, porches. 519 Elizabeth Captain of Police I s.rr 0.-d ...1..10I._ R.,.-......_._..-........data-.

year, "The School and Demo- The next council meeting will cargo and sailed 2 o'clockfor j I, interest only to mortgagees, street. Apply 523 South- ROBERT J. LEWIS RATES SI.OO...J. GARAGE..awn..n.1.o..
cracy" and strive for a good be held at 3,p. m.,. Friday, Novem- I J. A. Mendoza, chancellor in the Charleston and New York with creditors and bondholders. ard street. oct 14
year. I ber 22, at the Monroe County I Cuban consulate in Key West left shipments of sponges, live turtle Instituted Action "Bobby" ''H.JN.40nJJ:! : 1II .' Ji

Mrs C. V. Parvin ManeteeHaowe'en High School building. I yesterday afternoon for a business and a miscellaneous assortment of FOR SALE ---- -
1, Then "May 31, 1932 S. M'I Lof- -- -----
visit of week in Tampa. freight. i
I I one J tin, as one of the receivers, at the
I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
-.:' I Mrs' Smith-l left this morning request of the committee and cards, $1.25. The Artman STEAMSHIP Co.
[( Dance Arrange For Roy :
UNION SERVICE pursuant to authority of the Fed- ''
and from there Press ug7 P & 0
for Havana
On Friday NightAn Melody Hour I will proceed to join Mr. Smith in eral District Court for the South- f" '.., UNITED STATES FAST
ern District of Florida, instituted MAIL ROUTES FOR
-, Panama:!' s. HERE TONIGHTThe .SECOND SHEETS-600 for 50e.The
of delightful entertainment During the twelfth Key West 1" ,- >,1 ,.. .' ': an action in the New York Su- Artman Preps.- / aug7I
Court for construction of
is in store for all attending Melody Hour on Thursday, Miss I| '-"Miss'TEresa'Cerezo left on the I preme a I .
the Gala Hallowe'en Dance Cleo Kemp will be presented to :C> ba .yesterday'for Tampa where the Bingham wilL The court was I I PRINTING-Quality Printing at Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays.

which will be held Friday night at the audience as a guest player.. "j i.:shewill: visit with relatives and : churches of the city are asked to determine the duty, if I the Lowest Prices. 'Thi Art Leave Key Wrest for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and
the Cuban Club. John Pritchard's The program will contain':1 i friends. meeting with the First Baptist{any, of the trustees under such I man Press. ".. u.'uc7, I Fridays.
church tonight in a union service will to apply or all of the trust
9rchestra which is furnishing the among other numbers, new selec- UiL _____ 'I any I "
music for the affair announces tions from t-o Verdi operas, Carlos Delgado left yesterday which will commemorate the'estate to the benefit of the Florida TYPEWRITING PAPER -:.. 600 Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:90 P. M.

that it is preparing a special program "La Traviata" rnd "II Trovatore,"1 afternoon for Tampa where he 400th anniversary of the printingof East Coast Railway Company. sheets 76c. The Artman Press. I Sale of tickets for Havana will atop at 8:00 A. M.
for dance music which will a selection from the opera will spend a while with relativesand aug7 I For farther information call Phone 71
1 "Faust" and selection from the A very interesting program has ING TRIAL.
be suitable for a Hallowe'endance. friends.
i I operetta "Countess Mari%&." I been t prepared with Rev. J. C. "After Mr. Loftin had been authorized Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday. J. H. COSTAR, Aceat.
.' : Gckeler delivering the address.A to institute this action
To lend gaiety to the affair The operatic part of the program Mrs. Josefine Alvarez left yes-
members of the orchestra have,' will inaugurate a new policy terday afternoon, the Cuba for most cordial invitation is extended and before any proceedings, a suits I -----

agreed to come in costume anfl I I of the Melody Hour players, namely -',Tampa, where she will visit relatives. everyone to come to was started by a bondholder in
the recital within the concert. service. I the Federal District Court in the
will prepare a novelty number An Index To i iI
will be greatly',f Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- Southern District of Florida seeking -
they expect
enjoyed those attending.The I Liuba will act as the Music Director Mrs. Bessie Albury, who was in Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday." to establish a trust under the
is invited to attendin !, ni charge of this program. Miami for a week on business, re- Bingham will but also asking that
public turned on the Florida from a fast, Maine, and with her daughter ,1 the trustees declare the principaldue I

clothes either just costume as they choose or civilian but t:: TO HOLD CIVIL conference in Miami with other Mrs. Margaret Bacon in New and objecting to filing of a RELIABLEFIRMS
York returned
members. this morning on I i foreclosure bill by the trustees.
requested not to wear mask: I
are : I the Florida. This suit was dismissed in the dis-
so as to let a complete air ol 1 'I
friendliness prevc.il. A large attendance !, SERVICE EXAMS Mrs. Edwin Trevor, daughters; trict court, the decision confirmedin
Ellen and Judith and maid, who J Charles Tift, local businessman I the circuit court of appeals andw
is expected. were visiting'' in Daytona Beach I who was in Miami for a fe review by the United States Supreme -

INFORMATIONCAN with Mrs. James Bickerstaff, formerly days on business, returned on the court was refused." I II
Big Costume DanceAt I Miss Blanche Curry of Key' Florida this morning. I

Cuban Club BE OBTAINED FROM I West, returned this morning on Catherine I, empress of Ru!'sia.
the Florida accompanied by Mr. C. W. Davis enginehouse fore- nee Martha Skavronkl was the

LOCAL SECRETARYThe Trevor, who left last week to meet, man for the Florida East Coast daughter of a Lithuanian: _ptayant.
Sociedad Cuba (Cuban Club) Railroad at Buena Vista, arrived I
will sponsor a big Hallowe'en I Citizen has been requestedto this morning to look over th I checks

Costume Dance at the hall on announce that the United machine shops and roundhouse and I COLDS FOLLOW THE ARROWAnd
II. Gato, who was spending!' by [ !
Friday evening starting at 9 States Civil Service Commission a vacation in Boston with other determine the material and equipment 666 6 6 6 and
o'clock. |I. will hold an open competitive ex- members of the family, returnedon which is to be shipped to, FEVERfirst
Pablo Fernandez, head of the amination to fill vacancies in the the Florida this morning.' headquarters.Gala .
Cuban Club entertainment com- Railway Mail Service in the im- day

mittee, states that the body is mediate future at various places Maynard Baker returned this Hallowe'en Dance Friday Liorf -Tablris HEADACHES You Will Find In This
preparing a big time for all who I 1 I 1!'in the country, including Key morning from a short | business Sale NM Dnps in 30 minutes
attend this event which is an an. West. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

nual event sponsored by the dub'l(I I Those interested in this exam- visit in Miami.- I MOTER Directory Stores Which Aim

Del Woods' Orchestra has xn.i ination can obtain, all information Mr. and Mrs. R. Roberts and WAVES Double Feature I ,

secured to furnish a select pro- necessary by communicating with children, Charles and Earle, re- fwo Permanents DANTE'S INFERNOand
'I*f Arthur Pastorini local secretary" gf QQ
musio To and Please You.
of dance Serve
gram i commission the I turned this morning on the Florida for ...._ a They
for this dance. A prize will be of the at postof- from Miami Better Waves $5.00..eI ap GIRL FRIEND

awarded to the person in the best I fice All building.applications, it is shown MRS.' MILLER I Matinee: Balcony, IOc; Grebe Invite You To 'Visit Them!
costume SSli.Sl:; I must be filed not later than Octo- F. E. Albert, WPA district sup- 407 South Street Phone 574-J I tr.; 15-20e NiaLt! I5-25e 4
ervisor of finance and reports,
ber 28.REMOVES.
Social Tonight On who was away on business re- i
turned on the Florida this morn-
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Church LawnA I TO ing. I

large crowd-is expected to.1 I Miss Edna McClintock, who INSURANCEJ. BEER VENDORS 1 j SHOE REPAIRING

attend the Annual Hallowe'en Social ': NEW DUARTERSI left last week by plane for Mi- Like i A Cake Of Ice"I

of the Ladies' Aid Society ami returned on the Florida this S. MOORE, AGENCY CURRO'S BEER GARDEN I i GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP

which takes place tonight on the| Mrs. Miller permanent wave'I, morning. Jefferson Hotel Building. Cold Beer At All Times j I H. Dianandi, Prop.
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church lawn, corner Georgia and. specialists" announces that she 'Is Surety Bonds, AatomoLi .c. Pay Us a Visit Old Shoes Made A* Good A* New
Division streets. -'"MrsMV.:: M. White wife of Cap.
I now located at 407 South stteet,
I tain' M. White of thPenfasutar'arid r Life and Accident: Insurance. Daval At Petronia Streets 612 Daval Street
Mrs. Roland Adams of the! having recently moved fromI Wellington .0;:: .
Ladies' Aid Society states that Occidental Steam-
I I Apartment 1 at the Ocean View.
there will be four prizes given ship company, who was spending PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ I SERVICE STATIONS I BAKERIESMALONEY
tonight two for the most appropriate -I Gala Hallowe'en Dance. Friday 'a vc'iwftion' at the home in Bel

the most costumes comical costumes.and two foi ,. ,. .. ,. -- > STUDIO EETJNG'S SERV. STA. & PEACOCK

-- s You'll Like The Prints We "M I.. !'Faint Job. That Hold UpExpert Baker of Baker Boy Bread

Gala Hallowe'en Dance Friday. Photo Enlarging A Specialty Starter and Cea. Service Cakes and Pastries

I 606 DareS Street Pboae 79-J For Jiffy Service Phone 818 812 Fleming St.

L'1I ny)7) lit Qm1NTO I
Positive Relieffor



Sure End to Chills ? a tkili tl "Get Oar Price. First": Specializing in Fresh Fish CI.iDr--Pre..ialr

and Fever *"T7"ERY soon each of our r Sheet Metal Work, Dayton Pump'I Foot of Front Street First Class Alterations

Here's real relief for Malaria friends will be receiving an I 132 Simonton St. Phone 536 I Phone 44 Free Delivery 928 Division; St.
.Grove Tasteless Chill Tonic I IQukUy FOODSTUFFS kept in I
invitation metal ICE
it atops the chills and fever to out Wedding; and our I
and restores jour body to comfort. I be the best invitation *" REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE COFFEE DRUGS
we want It to looking we can get. I
Many remedies'III ill merely alleviate the 1 healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
symptoms of Malaria! temporarily, but'' ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand I'
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic:goes all the j Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the absolutely airtight. CLEANERSI. TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS ORIENTAL PHARMACY
way and completely rids your system J
.1 the infection. very final and that is why we:arc inviting you to inspect our J. Calleja. Prop. Ask Your Grocer For Emilio Romsro, Prop.

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real*. 'remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations $30.00 and .$35.00EASY Salts Cleaned and Pressed Z5c 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
corrective of Malaria because it contains
two thin First,tasteless quinine which 'I and Announcements in the Favored Styles ol19H. TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn 1 Day Service-Next Cuban Club Half Pound Pkgs. lOe Phone 379 1000 Dvval. Str..t
kills the Malarial infection in the blood. .
Second,tonic: iron which helps overcome I Display At- POULTRYIf I CLUBSFor ..t1f
the ravages of the! chills and fever and'' THE ARTMAN PRESS
fortifies against:; further attack.Play safe!
Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Thompson Ice Inc. I f ', '_ :t
:Tate :, CITIZEN BUILDING Company yon are looking for POULTRY, Recreation Visit "
sow comes in two sizes-SOc and$1.The ,I i .. F:1
$1 lze contains 2%times as much as the visit or callFulford' THE NAVY CLUB .;
'Tic;) size and gives you 25%more for your I It I H -- .- PHONE NO. 8 Poultry Farm 'I Greene St. Opp. Western Union 4
nQLe7. gottie today.t any drug store.i -- .
Phone 880 I Deliver Yon Are Welcome





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