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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: July 2, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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AMoclated Service.Preen Day Win' Wtzt Key West Florida, has the

f Citizen most equable weather In the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the tp : country; with an average

range of only 14 Fahrenheit I

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a VOLUME LVI. No. 157. ''II KEY WEST, FLORIDA,. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Former Senate TechnicianSays'Propo9edBankBill COMMISSIONERSHOLD MEETINGLASTJVENING I MIAMIAN'S? 'SMARTNESS': IN* 'KNOCKING'* Great Britain Mobilizes InventorsTo


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Misrepresentation Of Facts Becomes Very Disgusting

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Gives CoI !President VARIOUS MATTERS ARE TAKEN KEY WEST BRINGS VERY LITTLE RESULTS Produce Air ,Defense; DevicesJULY


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Instancing the publicity given Key West" she was going just
1 SESSION; RECEIVE OFFERTO by some Miamiaas to Key West! the same. I' FOURTH CELEBRATION MAY Reports Of Many Inven-

Explains Status Of Open 1 1rlI.I.T 4'11.I LEASE FERRIES Is a story of a stop in that city,! As a matter of fact the most

'HARBOR made by Miss Helen Remsen, of, annoying illness of any kind SURPASS tions And ImprovementsHave
Market Operations Now DEFENSE Rye New York who is now aj ering Key Westers at bOth-I PREVIOUS FESTIVALS

FUND REQUESTED Assessment books of the countyof guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roland: the mumps. Reached Ears Of

Under Control Of Committee I .Mbnroe with the tentative Weatherf ord, Jr. The only mention of ,I
'' At their regular meeting Sun- the sailboat in which entries
,
.fly A..etalei Press) assessments; for the years 1935 Miss Remsen was dining in aj fever recently made was when it I I'I'I I race I Keen ObserversBy
MembersBy WASHINGTON July 2.- and '36 were presented by Tax restaurant in Miami and was aSk-' was announced that due to the lay, Kappa Pi members arranged I will be handicapped according to

I f I Assessor J. Otto Kirchheiner at, ed by the proprietor if she was,! shortage of water caused by a pro-I I the order and time of each event size of the craft. The Recreation I
The Work Administration Section of the Key West Administration
-
going to remain in Miami. She
a special meeting of the board I longed draught and probable care-, on their program of Independence
ofl has ALBERT W. WILSON
entered boats
DONALD JOSEPH has announced receipt of asapplication county commissioners last night. to replied West.that she was on her way" lessness in its use there was a Day festivities to be held at South I to take part in the competition.eight A I (8,. A*.*rl.trd Preset
Present at the Key possibility of typhoid and it was I .
meeting
(By Avseeiatee "r..., were I Beach. The program follows: number of private owners have I LONDON. Jaly 'ZA. Britain
from the War Department Commissioners W. R. Porter In horrified accents her questioner suggested' that Key Westers be I
NEW YORK J.ly 2_H. Park. ,i Patriotic P.rade-l0 a. m. I also announced their intention of f
I
innoculated with
designated to act as chairman in told Miss Remsen to beware 1 antityphoidserum. presses forward its military airprora.
for $19,380 for rehabilitation I Exhibition Drills-10:30 a. m. I I racing their craft for the silver
.r Will, professor of economic the absence of Chairman Carl of a visit in Key West as "that :
I I Horse Race-11 a. m. cup which Kappa Pi Club will present ex pan*ion ., an augmented
and protection of : Bervaldi B. D. Warren and city is. full of typhoid fever. Since then hundreds have taken f I
Acrobatic Exhibition 11:30 the winner.
and banking at Columbia .aver- Nathan Niles; Attorney William Miss Remsen replied that she I advantage of the innoculationi a. : S. force of inventor and expert i i.
harbor defense work at Key m. Henry Thompson Frist Vice
V. Bernard knew what.Key West is like having and others are still being innocu- I t I
AlburyChief Deputy
ity, *ay the net effect of the Bicycle Races-11:45 a. m. Commodore of the Miami Yacht:
WeaL Waite and Tax Assessor J. 0.1 : vwited and enjoyed herself to 1 lated. But only as a preventiveand :I.peedi..p simultaneously the
City Champ Tennis Match12noon. Club. advised those in charge Mon-
omnb! .* banking* .J bill-->> ,new be Kirchheiner. the utmost on several occasions J not as a cure, for the simple} : !
that he has I i modernisation of devices for detente
day arranged to bring -
I
and if they "had the black plague there is
: .1..1'1'.11 .IT .. In a contrnunication W. C. I reason no typhoid to cure.
for. centres, will .he to place Outboard-Motor Race-l:30 p. his two sailboats down' for the!
House of the west coast of Florida against enemy air raid.
) ------- -- m. sailing! event. Mr. Thompson is I

legal control of the ..ti..'. credit!1'DISTINGUISHED) submitted a proposition to ....*.e-*...*.......e...................C e-e.eeeTOWTST ..ei. .I Sailboat Race-2 p. m. a former Key Wester and has a Fantastic report of these in*
lease the Monroe County Ferry Dance 2:30 host of friends
in the hand of tb. federal .0..4, Jitney : p. m. in Key West who
System paying' $500 for the A\B@UT 1 iB Band Concert-5 p. m. will be> glad td learn that he.'will!| vention and improvement have

ernment, and ultimately in thoe CUBANS ARRIVE lease. reached the of observer for
placed on file. Bathing Beauty Contest-6:30 them. ear

of the President.Dr. I S. S. CUBADR. Comptroller W. V. Knott ad- ,. H. STEWART LEONARD I p. m. I Dancing I foreign government, mot of

Willis wa ..conomitt of the ONj vised that the State Board. _of_ Administration ...............ss..s.......ss.s.......ssse....... Boxing Show-7"p. m. Tommy's Orchestra has been which
had received Monroe Independence Ball 9 are cat aside a* purelyimaginative.
p. m. i
I II
house banking and currency. committee County bond offerings totalling' This column, which will appear I I storm shutters< affbrd protection; Bingo games will be in progress secured to play at the jitney dance
which will take in the Casino Bat the
COSME DE LA TORRIENTEAND $19,000 at a flat rate of 45 or weekly will present accounts of from i insects and storms and also throughout the day with handsome place despite

when the original R..rY.1 $450 per thousand. The offerings'were the many cultural projects being I effect privacy. Simple color prizes!' to be awarded winners.A f commencing at 2:30 p. m. strictness with which air ministry

act wa passed In 1913, DR. JUAN O'FARRILL rejected and Clerk Sawyer! conducted by the FERA. Theater,I I schemes are to be recommendedfor description of each number Holiday couples may enjoy dancing
until 5 30 o'clock.
COME IN YESTJERDAY FROM was instructed to so advise the i dancing, music and the ifne arts: both the exterior and the in- on the program follows: I ning the annual: In the eve-Ball secrets are guarded, sums information -
technical counsel to the .e..t.1 board. I will be discussed together with terior. White is the best body Parade I Independence
I will be held in the hall.Pritchard's ha leaked oat from an.
HAVANADr. Mr. Kirchheiner addressed the whatever else may strike the fancyof II'' color for the house and the green I Chief of Police Ivan Elwood; same
banking committee from I Orchestra will furnish
board relative to his being invited! the author. shutters contribute a gay and will be marshal of the patriotic! thoritative quarter
| dance music for
1932 when the Banking act of to attend a meeting of tax asses-! The charm of Key West, as best I. cheery note. There is a light 1I I Ii parade which will form in front of I popular The the event.

Cosme de la Torriente, SOTS from all parts of the state I that hackneyed phrase merely sug-I j blue-green which seems peculiar the old post office on Greene I will treat Key West Westers Hospitality band I Even before the government
to
1933 wa in preparation. politically eminent in the historyof to be held in Miami, and asked}gests the manifold beauties of this]I' to Key West-I imagine that some I street< and march down Duval to I minutes of Key concert music through thirty : recently exhibited its radio-con-:

Open market Cuba, chairman of the Cuban the board to assume part of the town it barely hints at the beautiful -,;J; early householder wanted to catch South Beach. Invitations were the cooperation of the Recreation > trolled plane it was revealed by

operations, now i delegation to the League of Nations expenses incurred. On motion dulyj I examples of carpenter arch- the color of the water-and that : issued last week to the various) Section. The popular band. under a competent authority that Britain

.under the control of a committeeof was an arrival on the S. S. carried it was decided to place : itecture, the casual grouping of provides an excellent color for the i organizations to participate in the I the direction
] of had
I 1 Professor; Barroso perfected such a robot of the
from Havana. at Kirchheiner' flowers the gorgeous expansiveness -:| soffit of the porches and for the j
representatives oft e federal Cuba yesterday the disposal of Mr. '' procession by entering a decoratjed !will be heard from the out-of-doors
On instructions from the treas- $30 from the special advertising!! of the great cloud forma-', ceilings and walls of smaller i car and a representation of platform about which hundred air. It was said this machine
several
reserve banks would be loged in I ury department in Washington, fund to be used in defraying hiS', tions and the mellowness! of time.:]'!'! rooms. For the interior a light members. A feature of this event benches will be placed. -I|could drop l homos whenever desired

a committee'of five members, of: Dr. Torriente was accorded the expenses. I, So great was this charm in the corn color with a still lighter color I will be the parade maneuvers of I and keep up a machine-gun
'
which three would represent the courtesies of the port by Deputy Bond of $500 issued. by the eyes of the administration that for the ceiling and trim will be.. the recently organized Junior Pulchritude Contest J! attack by radio control\ from theground.
Collector in Charge G. N. Goshorn, American Surety company fort artists were brought here to work.j; found effective. It is well to re-' Patrol. Both American Legionand Mayor William II. Malone will i
government and two the banks. I and left by the East Coast for Aquilino Lopez, jr., as notary,an Art Gallery was established and !<: member that the cooler colors will j Junior Drum and Bugle Corps award the prize winners in the 1 But report that it would

Control Of Discount" Rate New! Yors..eproute.] to Geneva. public,.ws orderedaccepted and lTwie i Arts Commissionwa-fouiuJ jhjt.more i ; comfortable than the bot- will in the line of march. I baby show.24 ribbon*upon which f[1 explode in the nud5+N ol an enemK

"By controlling, through buying/ Switzerland where the League of approved by the chairman and! ed to isolate and perpetuate this,, ter colors.! (A startling Arriving at South Beach, the are printed prize classes and the squadron were branded as un

and selling activities- the dis- Nations meets. board. I charm: in the work of rehabilitate j I tion of this is found in iIlustra-1 two, drum corps and the Key West!! numerals 1935. The event is! true. _
:!
Another arrival on the S. S. The Key West Citizen was designated ing the town. But no matter how;,: that the movie operators Administration's snappy drill j rchduled to take place promptly! Net For Enemy Plane
count rates bonds
: on government Cuba. who is well known to a host to print the laws passedby strenuously the artists paint, how,,| York tried to have the team will give exhibitions of drill at I 5:30) p. m., and all mothers are I I Nets suspended between bal-

and certain: classes of bankera'i) of friends Amerian and Cubans the 1935 session of the Flo- many meetings the Fine Arts Com- : lights changed to blue as they said | maneuvers. requested to ha'e their babies in' loons to catch invading aircraft

loans, the committee will was Dr. Juan O'FarrilL He will rida Legislature. I mission holds or what the FERA I i ii j[ the ,red color suggested warmth |; Horse Race I attendance at this time as Delio;;are being developed. It is understood -

to influence strongly the rate of I j be recalled as speaker on a num- Fred Dion,. as representative t}i administration may do, little will j i and in the hot summer months Five horses will pound the turf I Cube must have the contestant that these have been perfected

interest! throughout he country1says 1 ber of occasions in Key West the of the companies presented a be accomplished without the determined -t!! that was most undesirable.) I in a race for a small silver cup seated according to their ages, it I \. to jhe point where they

or'', last time during the celebrationof communication from the Southern and cooperative effort of. 1|:;I These simple colors should be immediately after the drills are is shown. Awards will Be made on i I carry; an unniuall; large nettingto

Dr. Willis. "By raising I El Grito de Baire, Sunday Key Land company. End City. all of the people here. j I i I used in large and simple, areas. completed. The three favorites,I the basis of beanty and health i the highest altitude" desired.

lowering this rate the committee;, February 2-1. in San Carlos Opera Holding company and Key West Everyone of us makes an artistic -' Small, fussy and niggling little designs -(owned by Buster Cerezo. Emerson I Mayor Malone will also present I They are counted upon for defense -

will be able in a measure to gOV-' House. I Properties, 'relative to the high: {I judgement many times during, are to be avoided as they Beccaise and Gilbert Weech prom- the bathing beauty winner with I especially in thick atmosphere -

ern the supply of credit: that can assessments holdings of the the day. In practically everything suggest frenzied and meaningless I ise to give children and adult !gpec-! the handsome silver loving cup selected -i so often prevalent over

be used! by business" .I OFFICERS ARE said companies. Mr. Dion also t,''that we do, make, buy or sell we movement. And that applies to ., talon a thrill as the horses are by the club for beauty com-' London and at night

At present the federal reserve 'I addressed!; the meeting relative to'i find some; opportunity te expressan the furniture and other elements!I said to be evenly matched. After j jI petition. Neither Mrs. Elizabeth I It is admitted that a powerful

system is composed of 12 central the assessments.As j| opinion or an evaluation. We,,| in the room. |I' the race the equines will be made : Niles Johnson nor Miss Martha naval gun for use against planes

banks and a reserve!' board in INVESTIGATINGROBBERY these matters are to be ask of an object, is it beautiful i> The houses here well illustrate'the 'to perform various stunts. I Carbonell winners of last year's ''attacking at sea has been constructed

Washington. Each bank has a : taken up for discussion at the!lor ugly and guide ourselves ac-,: strength necessary to withstand -,i Acrobatic Team I content will participate in the but details of this
cordingly. From kitchen hardware -!,Il< the big blows, comfort was Wimpy's Acrobatic Tumbling j event Thursday afternoon. I
board of nine directors, of which S CASE regular meeting of the board!j i weapon are closely guarded. As
three are chosen by the government ,;, Wednesday night, it was decided j l: to house paint, there will al- kept in mind by the early build- Team will make its initial public' Boxing I I for the land anti-aircraft guns

and six by member banks. to hold over the question until)|' ways be found a possible choice. ers. With this as a background we j Appearance at 11:30 a. m. The exhibition -" John Borden, local fighter, has royal air force experts readily ad-
i The Fine Arts Commission has! t have a solid bare for carrying on will include many difficult -
They in turn, elect that date.JOHN. I arranged the amateur boxing show mit that the United States is far
a governor. :
ARRESTED YESTERDAY not adopted any definite rules governing the workI feel sure that whatever feats in acrobatic tumblingand
THREE MEN
which gives promises of plenty of I ahead of Britain.
The federal reserve board in!. ;
I Ip the'
I the rehabilitation of houses we do that will add to will be held on a platform on j 1 '
Washington is of six glove tossing. \ battle royal and Mobility of the British guns has
composed ) BY OFFICERS OF ;;; OLSEN NOW I except that the work conform,, rtrength and comfort with the: Gato's field close to the shore. ,
three bouts the card. been but the of
members chosen by the presidentwith appear on improved speed
I
to the of Key same unaffected i11lplfdtr'WiI1 be raking: the act will be
prevailingspirit parkin
i :
ir j i!
SHERIFFS OFFICE BEING I s I the attacking planes i is still ahandicap
the assent of the Senate. I construction in keeping'with the character a'hd{ I'j I I1ardi
,Ili eet(- Framed timber r Messrs. PowiO. .tBeccaise. ',
j which has not been satisfactorily
ON RETIRED LISTCHIEF
The secretary of the treasury and' HELD rflf\! XXAMIKAT10Nc 1 I seema to be the best and the I I charm of Key West.I .' f fI [ Marques and 'Miss Winifred MarshaL -, COMMISSIONER i state.
overcome, experts
the comptroller: of the currencyare j t:1f -;f tthO! ..simplest.jHigh ceilings: and proch-: If you are thinking of build-, The team has been practicing
: i
;
1 I There is decisive improvement -
no
ex-officio members. ies add to comfort. A simple planwithialarge I ing. repainting' and decorating! daily on the beach and Key : !i
I STEVEDORE AT STEAMSHIP THOMPSON GOES either in the use of smokescreens
Board Would Approve 'OUi r, # sheriff's' force ,open central hall is your house and would tiker.tW'assistance I Westers who have seen the tumbr :I

From the Washington board the i a"J\.I"'): )dice; department art YARDS COMES I advantageous in that it affords( of the'Fine'Arts Comn\ts. | ling acts, suggest!; sthat all nervous i I to foil an enemy air force.

directors of the individual banks continuing tyiejr investigation of\ !crocs ventilation. Large window I sion. just call on the Writer at the spectators< look in the opposite tiit i I ON LONG TRIP!iit is admitted. The slightest
the smoke.
now seek ratification on questionsof the. al'-ault on Santiago Escovedd: rt OUT ON PENSION areas are essential, screens and,1 Art Gallery. ,M rection when the tumblers go intoaction. I dissipates
and robbery Sunday evening about '- I i I In the use .f powerful searchlights -
policy and activities relatingto I t -- ;
--- I de-
-- -- and of a more recently
their banking functions. I 8:30 o'clock.While: : John Olsen, who has been in the Bicycle Race i locators
sound
WILL FIRST VISIT CUBA AFTER veloped invention,
Under the new law, Dr. Willis there is nothing tangible'i service of the Florida East Coast COOKING CLASSES I LIGHT TENDER I A number of prizes will be given -[: which can discover an atackinjr
in the of evidence secured
sass the governor of each bank way up; Railway company and P. &; O. S. S. away to winners of the various I WHICH HE WILL LEAVE' "[r air force at a distance of many
to this time the exists that '
who is the chief I feeling has i'
operating officer company for a long period : bicycle races. Boys and girls will r
'miles the British government is
the thieves will be and TO TAMPA -EN ROUTE TO ,
caught STARTTOMORROW GOES HAWAIIAN IS.
would be chosen subject to the been retired The
on a PFn.s on. be matched according to in
ages understood to be making Important
approval of the federal reserve i be punished for the offense. 1'! retiring order became effective J races covering distance. of two 1. LANDS I
Three men were arrested yesterday I progress.
board and to
subject removalby
yesterday.
city blocks. I II
.I i .
sheriff's officers and Factories! Under Pre..r.i
it. I by j I During the last decade, or more. I I TO BE CONDUCTED IN MON;" IVY ASSIGNED TO DUTY IN I Champ Tenni Match : ._
As at present the Washingtonboard I are being held in county jail pend- I of his period of service Mr. 01- i The program for trebling the

would be composed of six ing examination and investigationof j,ten was chief stevedore. Jack New- ROE COUNTY HIGH I WATERS OF TAMPA Rain prevented the semi-finals! County Commissioner Norberg, British home defense air force i.

members but the governor of the' their actions on Sunday eve-j combe, who has been assistant to of the Kappa Pi tennis tourney 1' Thompson tailed on the Ferry' accompanied by pressure op piano

board would not have to be appointed I ning. { Mr.' Olsen has been designated to SCHOOLThe BAY from being played on Sunday and j manufacturers. A' heavy bomber

by the President from Mr. Escobedo. who was struck fill the vacancy and is now in likewise yesterday Winners of i iI Palma last night for Havana en !; of an advanced type, which was
over the head tied to:>> a chair and the two contests, ni which Peter: into
among its members. charge!' of all activities at the pier. I I route for visit to hi i not to have been put pro-
a ] pineapple
more than $100 taken from his : cooking classes to be con- Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed Varela, Carl Sawyer Ignacio Car- i j duction before 1937. already l is

person, is still suffering from his NATIONAL I bonell) and Bob Finder are participants plantations OB the island. j(:being built...
KING'S GUARDS experience. The surprise of the I BANK ducted for white persons by the this morning for Tampa Bay' to,: will clash at noon Thursdayon i He expects to remain in Cuba I']I Three. bomber-transport-
attack and subsequent CALL IS ISSUED the old Athletic Club tennis
t rough that : WuliUafHned which
social service department of the attend to duties assigned in | airplanes
RECEIVEHONORS ;I' handling caused him great court for a silver trophy. Ignacio I'' until July ,lip. wsjtn, be win be joined -}{ rtdw* may be viewed are capable

ing: both mental and sUffer-I (fly Aa.... P.......) FERA will start at 9 o'clock Wednesday section of the district. The ves-, Carbonell was awarded a cup at b/Kn. Thompson their daughter i:of carrying 20 to 25 fully equipped
This is the' fourth or WASHINGTON 2. school sailed last night: the 1934 festival when he outplayed said to
July morning in the High sell was to have Miss Marie Thompson, and I infantrymen and are
he has been rotted but on the A call for the eiaminatiai of Peter Varela in court battle than
rn-.i j I Other persons interested who but sailing was ordered by Superintendent IOn, Jack who was recently graduated be of greater speed any
(ttr twelalN other occasions the robbers replete with net thrills
secured : all National bank. for J..._
from Dartmouth other transport planes.A
have not already enrolled in the W. W. Demeritt post-: College.
I'I'Bt
MARSEILLE France July 2.- their loot without resorting to i iI ;9 wa issued today. Race.As The familwill then embark for new fighting plane hall been
The chaffeur and footman' of the:,I inflicting any physical: : injury. And I This i is 'a regular order'i.- class may attend the first session poned until today. I II soon as the tennis match is a trip through the Panama Canalto perfected similar to a previoua
car in which King Alexander of Las! in these'previous robberies, the sued enroll at the time. Tender Poinciana was placed on I
at stated period by and same over several outboard-raotorboats I I San Francisco and from there type which flew 231 miles an
Yugoslavia was assassinated havebeen robbers" left no trace. comptroller of currency I Classes are to be held each I the local ways this morning to be II III will be given the signal to churn I will go to the Hawaiian Islands hour at 16,000 feet and had a a

government decorated by, the Belgrade II I morning, except Saturday and I given regular semi-annual inspection water. The starter and judge of I where Mr. Thompson and his eon extraordinarily rapid climb. The

HOLIDAY NOTICE the boat races will be on band. in .will look the pineapple farms new plane although carrying
over
and cleaning
has painting -
Policeman Celestin Gal I Truck Arrives Tonight Sunday. There been a great t scraping,
y. I II
I his cabin cruiser and requests all and canning industry there. heavier equipment is stated to be
wounded in the wild shooting'; With )large variety of FRESH Thursday July Independence I deal of enthusiasm displayed on entries to draw up alongside and At this time it is planned for superior in all speed tests
after the monarch. and Foreign)' FRUITS Day. legal in the State the of West about I Tender Poppy which is at work of
and VEGETABLESLowe's I a holiday part Key women receive final instructions. Winner Jack Thompson to take a two In the design departments
Sinister Barthon were shot, also 1 of Florida this bank will not be this class and it is expected that constructing the lighthouse at of this event will be awarded a year course in agriculture at the the aircraft firm are many more

was decorated by Yugoslavia. He', Cash Grocery I I Open for business on that day. this new project will prove to be Pulaski Shoals, is to arrive in port 'I trophy of an outboard-motorboat University of Hawaii Honolulu, secret, some of them certain to

gion previously of Honor had received the Lel 111117 Division St. Phone 675 I ,THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.I one of the most popular introduced tomorrow for the regular holiday]I mounted on a silver pedestaL t(specializing in the study of pine be factors in the two-year pro
from France. jly2-2t by the FERA. 'on July' 4. I The feature of the day will be apples. gram.

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KEY WEST MERCHANTSLocal waters.1881President.
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Published Dally Except: Sunday By [ TODAY'S WEATHER ] Garfield shotin

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ClTDEof: PrBLlSftlofQ: Co 1W.
i. P..ART VAN.: .......__ business men tell us that many Washington railway station--

JOB ALlE V, Autetmt .......** ........ people in buying consider only one factorin PETER E." Temper*toret* I 1 sippi Valley eastward Bollton.1 died in September. ....
From The Cltliea Building I'Highest 89 Mass, 30.28 inches and -

-Corner Greene-And Ana. Street. tirely trading-the of the importance price. Losing of quality sight and en- t LQ'1NGARUW M ITT' RUE Lowest MeanNormal u':::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...--..76.82:I over Mountains the Plains and Plateau States'!, region.Rocky : that 1918 over-*Announcement million American made soldiers -

Only ,Dally Newipaper la Key West and Monroe, ithout" appreciating the services ren- t iHf C)4ARUE) Mean ....."'..'' u ....83 Wilhston. N. Dand Tonopak.Nev. f sent across.
Couaty. MAN tt10 KNEW C'NAPLINw ; ., 29.68 inches. Scattered
dered by the merchants in Key, West some UUCH;AtAIaS R.iafall'Yesterday's
Entered at Key W.... Florida. a. second das. matter showers and thunderstorms have:
rw tiw .82 !
Nb Ins.
people glance through a catalog and snapat A11ltNAN SCRifN : .v ote imtL& Precipitation occurred the last 24 hours'
DEBUT MA during
MAD .08 Ins.I
FIFTY-SIXTH: YEARx.ember !Normal Precipitation
"bargains." After paying parcel SURGEON IN f"ot..ra f 'u' I from North Dakota southeastwardI EXCURSIONSpend
_.. post, .1.!. r....* revs. 2-1-.... .0'1-4 I I II
ef tie A FrewThe
insurance and waiting .days for the merchandise c-BdlMK f N Vlark I III:a-.K.; !I I over the western Lake region: in I II
Atated" Pr.. lit excloelYely entitled to nee Tomorrow the Middle Mississippi i' Valley,j i
for republleatlon of all new dispatches credited to they do not come out as well as I
Sun rises ... 5:Il a m.Sun .I Gulf coast districts, and from 4th
It or not otherwise credited in thin paper and alo they imagined.The setsMoon .::::.:: ..::.:.: 7:21 p.: m., western Tennessee and northern t I July inMIAMI

Nth. local new publlintd here.NATINAl Citizen has never appealed to its { riles ................ 8:10 a. m.P.M.. Georgia eastward over North Carolina :
: Moon\ sets: _......._mn_ *>27 p. m. being heavy in southern ;
) EDITORIALAAS"SOt1AT10N) ) readers to trade at home merely for wIKEYE Tomorrow. Tide. I Louisiana. New Orleans. 1.14 inch-'

r, "patriotic" reasons. It has never blamed I es" and North Dakota, Wifliston. i i!
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any person for buying what is needed as 't ACNINISS ........ .._.._11:13 ,I1.16inches.generally above Temperatures normal from are the I $O50

!lC85CRIPTIO'l'R.l.TEI! cheaply as possible although it has at- I Low .... ............... ..:23 5:53 Rocky Mountain States eastward I
One Year__._ tIO." ARTIST VNO B8OM "' I Barometer 8 today and round trip
a. m. :
demonstrate local
to that
tempted
mer- '
Six Month. I... INTO PlGTUttfr A9 A PHYSiCIAN I G. R. KENNEDY: :
Three Month 1.10 chants deserve as much consideration as a .fiARBOf Y s ; Sea level 30.01. Official in CharJ.C':
'p.IspEm VER' + On Sale 3rd
.I July
One Month .15
Weekly __. 50 stray catalog. To stay in business Key A31S AS AN ''rSCSNI1T rORIINTAL WEATIIER FORECAST I ;
West merchants must meet outside competition .....I.III..f.1.1.1.1.1eToday Limited to return July 5th,

Made known-ADVERTISING OBapplication.. RATES. but it.is obviously unreasonable to AGAIN IN'MAD I (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) t i In History : good in comfortable coackv.
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IOJE Key West and Vicinity: Partly Leave Key West 540p.rn.WeJ.netday
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SPECIAL NOTICE expect them to do more than this. / je cloudy tonight and Wednesday,i aeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeee I July 3rd, arrive Miami
All reading notice, card of thank, reolntlon of Local merchants very often deliver -I } 177fi-Richard Henry Lee's 10:20 p. m. Returning leave
respect obituary,.notices, eta, will be charred for at
the rate of 10 cent a line. merchandise on credit but we know of few I li Declaration of Independence, first Miami 7.20 a. m. Friday, July
{ assertion by Continental Congress : 5th, arrive Key West 11:50 a.
Notice* for entertainment by churches from whicha mail-order houses that
run charge
many A 312-mile train i for
of from Britain m. trip
revenue 'is to be derived are' S cents a line. i separation i
The Citizen I* an. open forum and Invites discussion accounts in Key West. Local merchants adopted. '\ only $%.50.-cheaper than dr...

of public' Is....* and .ubJect. of local or general guarantee their wares giving you many 3iHw\ I i in*.
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communication 177r.-New Jersey passed! a J. H. COSTAR Afe tiLORSDA
money-back guarantees but we know of -
& -------- I I Declaration of Independence and ,,
Very few satisfactory price adjustments AN EXACT WAX eoUMTlUFWRT d BlAUTlf E( RANCt5 ni)RARE APPEARS )LJ' it established. a Constitution noteworthy -
effected through the mails. Local mer- IN MAD IOVE-. Tilt STATUS I IS ?O LIM HIR THAT*!* TWO ARt ABlt i for givinz women the vote
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN TO I chants- iye an-adequate follow-up and repair t I iona property qualification.
.f. ; MCIALMAtt UP' ON THE TATU( HIRSfL ) I i! s
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service, orr/their} sales but, as far as Thnndertnoweri Partly Cloudy I
WILL always seek the truth and print J It, "IT'S TRUE! that if a young art student hadn't bought a 1807-Because of difficulties
we know no mail-order house has ever cheap camera to help himself study drawing the screen- world probably local thundershowers with Britain Pres. Jefferson issued '
without fear and without favor never be
I :1 ; sent a man to Key West to see why its might not have had 'Metropolis,* 'Variety' and others of the Wednesday; gentle northeast and proclamation banning all:

'raid is attack wrong or to applaud"right> brilliant European pictures that revolutionized photography" east winds. : ._. ,
products is not doing all that they said it Honda -- ------ \
always fight for progress; never be. the organ -", says artist Wiley Padan. "This was how Karl Freund, distinguished : Generally fair tonight,
and
would. Wednesday scattered
or the mouthpiece of any clique Bohemian director and pioneer of fantastic photography thunderhowers except i
person There is much more to a trade than whose most recent work 'Mad Love with Peter Wednesday after
faction or class; always do its utmost for the noon. )I
the price. Quality accommodation service Lorre. first, became interested in pictures. Jacksonville 1 I
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or I to Florida Straits! : We will be pleased to have you consult us about
and personal consideration come with ----- .------- Gentle northeast or east wind II!

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; goods bought from Key West merchants. ........................ and partly overcast weather tonight how you can
commend food done by individual or organ. i I and Wednesday.East I
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and I There is no price for these i ir( a catalog because KEY WEST IN I,Today's Birthdays : Gulf: Gentle northeast or

opinions; print only news that will elevate a mail-order house take's cannot deliver DAYS GONE BY I j ..O.e..ee.oOe-e..... east winds. Build Buy or
them with the goods-it a Key West
and not contaminate the reader; never com- I! Dr. Frederick P. Keppel, president -I WEATHER CONDITIONS f ,
store to do so.WARNING. Happening Here Just 10 Year.! of the Carnegie Corporation.

promise with principle.SIDELIGHTS'. Ago Today A* Taken From I 1 New York, born there 00 years Pressure continues high throughout Refinance Your Homeor
The File. Of The Citizen I I
TO SURGEONS :ago. the country from the Missis-
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Cardinal W. Mundeleinof f
George
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District Grand Chan
Irresponsible plastic surge\ns, who cellor Thomas Deputy S. Caro installed ; Chicago, born in New York I 1 i KEY WESTCOLONIAL repair or modernize any type of

are prone to accommodate crinunals by the officers of Isle of the Sea t' City. 03 years ago. I HOTEL building on insured credit

their features Lodge. Knights of Fythms, last I I -- ,
changing or fingerprints to [ Lewis W. of Ariz., for-
evening. They are Charles V.I I Douglas In the Center of the Businessand
By MARCY. B. DARNALL enable them to escape identification are Lunn, chancellor commander; M. mer Director the Budget, born I Theater District i .

Former Editor\ of The Key West Citi.. warned by J. Edgar Hoover head of the C. Gibson, vice chancellor; William t,I&t Bisbee. Ariz.. 41 years ago. The First National Bank of Key West

Federal bureau of investigation that prosecution Sand, prelate; J. L. CKtram master -: I First Clai*-Fireproof- j
of works William 11. Roberts!, ''| Dr. Walter Williams,
; neWpapert'dit Sensible Rate.
A marital record that is r
probably will such 1
follow practices.An mailer; at arms; Cleveland Niles r, professor of journalism. Approved Mortgage Under the ri
unique is that of :Mrs. Samuel Morris an outstanding attempt to frustrate inner guard; Raymond Thompson I I retired president of the Univ. of I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPElj' I i

Ohio woman. First she married J.. W. Persons identification, but which failed was that outer guard; J. Winfield Missouri who himself never went
I born Mo. Carat ElevatorPopular FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION |
trustee. to college at Boonville ,
then divorced ,him to marry Morris of the late Public Enemy No. 1, John Dil- RU'IHeJl.1: 71 years ago. Prices rl

later divorced :Morris to re-marry Persons linger. His face had been altered and his j' .

and finally divorced Persons to re-marry fingers seared to obliterate their charac- Editorial comment: :Most of us i Prof. Jeremiah D. M\ Ford of - -- --.-----.. -- ---- -- ._-- ---- --- -
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believe" in pitiless publicity for the I! Harvard noted educator born at
Morris. Now Persons is probably await- teristic markings yet Mr. Hoover declared other fellow. I i Cambridge. C2 years ago. .mrss 1.l1.lIII.

ing his third inning. that he could have been identified by no I ........................................................ ..............

less than 300 individual markings which Eddie Saunders, who is manager -I Sir Willjam H. Bragg, Englih -.

John Lindsey of New Jersey 93, has had not been changed by the surgeon. 01 Fiemingstreet;of Curry's Ice, suffered Cream a Parlor pain- i
attended the theater only once in his life. There is nothing in the warning that ful accident yesterday when his I! son born 73 years ago.

I need interfere with the legitimate use of left hand was caught in the machinery -' Boys-- .
That was on the night of April 14, 1865 | Crown Prince Olaf of Norway
the plastic surgeon's art in improving the of the freezers and be lost i( !
at Ford's theater Washington, where he two joints of the middle finger. i born 32 years ago.
features of but it would
witnessed reputable citizens
the
shooting of President lin-
which to be at
are presented Bay-
be best for tHe to his
investigate
coln by John Wilkes Booth. The tragedyso surgeon Armando Cobo recently grad view: Park following the parade.J. .

shocked Lindsey that he never went toa patient's reputation before making him uated dentist from Tulane University !
show again. over too much.In in New Orleans, has arrived : Frank), Roberts.! chairman- Celebrate the 4th July With

the case of trying to obliterate home" and is visiting his par-, the publicity committee in ton- s
ent:. !Mr\ '. and !Mrs. Ignacio Cobo. i npetion-with the Shrine ceremonialto
fingerprints however and intelligent per- ( be here 4. stat
The" doctor expects to open offices given on July
Guards at a Massachusetts\ estate refused son knows that no one would want their in Key West shortly. ,j ed today that it has been finally

admission to a plumber carrying markings changed unless it was sought to i derided to put on the patrol.drill
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the Saturday.The
tools fearing he was an imposter. They conceal identity. No: reputable citizen r.indmother Mrs\ S. Paul, ,Vecker Mrs. ,Nellie son, Paul.Wil-.: following drill will be parade at Bayview Park. BIG BANG 0

could not imagine a real plumber bringing would want his fingers mutilated, much hams arrived recently from the}

his tools: on his first trip to the job. less pay for having the job done. Republic of Panama and willf/ r City.Jailer Joe Kemp announces .
the interior of the city prisonto
rL. r make their home for the summer| be in fjrst class condition. All
t at.the fanulyresidence, 522 Sieionton I
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On a honeymoon trip a 'Georgia" : "-WHAT AILS US .street j,! cells outside.have All been bedding painted! has inside been and i The Safe Cannon y

young woman motorist met three .other renovated" and nothing left Undoneto
cars within the space of 100 yards'and hit' All disease have scientific names,;I: News' '' has been received in the:' provide for the comfort of the

most of which would not be recognized by city of the marriage of Miss Julia inmates. Prisoners are requiredto
them all. '
A
dispatch described her
news
: Self, of Mr. anl' :
Ellyson! daughter : but well
as "a bride." her the layman. If your doctor asked you if Mrs. Thomas Self. to Leroy: work every day, are
very nervous However Henry fed and cared for. They express'
were troubled with anorexia, Erlison Blackwell. which event' : = S I Half Price
aim was uncommonly good to make a perfect you you appreciation of the efforts made Special =

score like that. probably wouldn't know. But anorexia is took ville., place Va. on On Tuesday their arrival at Martins-in Key by comforts.the jailer to look after their*

merely the scientific term" for loss of ap We t they will be at home to their. II IS

petite. many friends at 511 Caroline} MarkiMMirllle'ii 1..dleg list,,*
While driving to Philadelphia to I Similarly otalgia is earache notalgiais street. THE SEMINOLE --- on --- i 0

make a speech on highway safety a few I 8
is home-sickness
nostalgia
backache
Mr. and Mr, Roderick Pack- :
days Governor Harold G. Hoffman of ,
ago
I cephalgia is headache odontalgia is toothache wood announce the marriage of'' 4 4y
P
New Jersey had a not serious collision with their sister, Miss Amanada Geraldine =
variola is varicella is
smallpox Heavy Artillery Light Artillery |
another car. Reaching his destination he I Packwood to Essie Rafae! ,
chickenpox pertussis is whooping coughrand
Ayo. The event was celebratedat al r+i.
said: "I guess I had better talk about :
so on throughout the long list of ills nuptial mass yesterday'mornin;I

something else." to which human flesh is heir. in the Roman Catholic church in v Bombing Plane =
Hendersomnlle, N.C. Mrs. Ayo i is v {
And if that I
physician suggests
your one of Key West's most attractive ,
Peter Koinange son of a great, native you are cacoethic he is merely using a I young women. She is a graduate I J.eko.rlll.. FlsrIJaCnAA. I

chief in Kenya Colony...Africa. was grad- scientific way of saying you have a rotten : of the Convent of Mary Immaculate R. GRi' ER. M....- : Battleship MachmeiGnn '. o

uated this month from. Ohio Wesleyan Uni- disposition. If he tells you are inclined toI I the and of the of School the Holy of Music Name of in' A where human you,will home-like find rmr Institution..........., ..
Academy
versity. lie declared he to Americato rvatf.rl ...* ..'. '.'.-.' m. mat :
came !atony, he means you arejust plain lazy. Albany. New York- Mr. Ayo is a ter of great importance. I, m .
learn the white man's ways so that,he 'Anunscientific wag once described laziness graduate of the University ofj i) to.ftd !., ..
might be better equipped to rule his tribe voluntary inertia. Louisiana and is district engineer S, A steel la fbe flr.er..f krart kalldl.R of the city '
of the American Telephone and j I .
when he succeeds his father. But whatever ails us, the doctors, liKe Telegraph company in North and : r Room with CwnblnatHwi Tab' .,
'and SbeWB fc. Radio. Klectrlc : "Your home is of the best"SOh
worthy
the Greeks, have a strange name for i it. South Carolina. Slat Door for Summervtnnlatlo .
Comfortable Be* with|
Henry Ford once declared: "History I ) s o Inner Spring Conj.trVcUoiT
mixed chorus I -
is bunk; knowledge doesn't amount to anything More exactness and elegance of expression of Two 25 voices numbers and by a other musical .l lag Lamp"and individual n.a"-I'I Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j ]

; books muss up my mind." However in the use of English is sought in entertainment will be the concluding -, RATES .
!!I.alrtent
Mr. Ford now has the honorary de- j New York schools. Oddly enough the celebration features in of Key the West Defense Satur Day i w s..r.R.ure. Priv.se rrt_ Batk Heft _. .._. ''T 1M l.Mj{ .: Pfccnc 593 While and Eliza Streets : ...

gree of Doctor of Laws, conferred by Col- J 1:: educator selected to head the better English day. July.4. The program committee :. :=:: Prlva/e Prlvsee nafk Ratk _... :.:: .:::, ..

gate University last month. Perhaps he campaign bears ,the name of Gustav Mrs Eva Torano and Jerry a. Cattle R__" Pdvate Beta .....1 ...........................................-..................555 555....

thinks that is the bunk also. J.{I Straubenmuller .:-. I ments Trevor for has the completed various numbers arrange SLIGHT ISCREaSE: FOR POrBLDOCCCP4."iCY I ,,111111111.1i

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JULY 2. 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGE THREfIENEMfS
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of half-wits
.1 I marrying or even
I nit-wits, in the good old U. S. A.

: J K1SS ; DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy I i i


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SPORTS ( GRAVY) i,

.ZYNOPala: ,,- Rtit 4ar aplee..ee.eeeeee.e..e.eAll ,.....e.ee..a..e j
.11I.Q'"V "What was he I JtteT" Alison broke !
1.-. .<* ioN Gay U tlioay
eralal*, *om. _Cro tc>Uolll. tol In. members of the golf club can. On his putts he is a bit bet RUSSELL'SCIGAR
*.Nora *. old 4fio about Umeir The man? Dark. Spanish I
-lookingthat'a'hy ter than the
dad. (Jkl* Nora poMtr to tk_ are reminded that the semi-annual average but misers a
lad tot Dapka. Sinner. wta A I asked you the other I meeting will be held at the home lot of easy ones even as you and
about Co marry _luo*' talker U day* f I
(*. woman eo potto. 4 ",. ...- of Sam Goldsmith on Caroline I. His most dependable game ia
band but ...ad ., Jfr Red Oil.a She asked breathlessly "What I of the long variety but when the
-- o'clock.
8
at STORE0
a .ractlot.. "..,.lclea Ike was his name?" -- street tomorrow night short '-
BIn-... ad conks DayA.. .rd-.boeL 'TAVERNIER OUTFIT I hard man to beat. A few monthsago
a Mrs. Poynter. TIGERS TRIUMPHAGAIN FOLLOWING any suggestions: gripes or anything(: his average score was about -o-
3S ; else bring them along so you can
Chapter 'Daphne PoynterT"'Yea
How do know!" I get them off your conscience.Our : 79 or 80 but lately he has slipped
PtJlSON PEN yon TO NEAR BEATS MATECUMBE : Baseball ReturnsBy
Til tell you" later said Alison. THROUGHBy ,;i to 81 or 85. 3ut give him a little

," Guy went ."about grass on the .airways and before -
lVEu. on* a "Go on! personal glimpse today will
later 1 began to find i I SECOND PLACEDETROIT I of :!I the greens!' and he will give Wire0
my t VTell. anyway" they were havinga be that devotee of the art sun
practice vanishing. Patient who bad most awful row. One could bear I DIAMONDBALL CAME PLAY: bathing our old friend and fellow j you strokes and then be winner by -

been teeing me every day wrote and 'em half across the restaurant. She ( JOVE) I golfer Clement Collipygian Price. ;I I a margin. One thing puzzles all -

laid they felt they'd like another was calling him every name under ....................... ED4 SATURDAY RESULTED i iII |, Generally, he is known as just!! I! gcfers--how) the heck can he play COME IN AND GET THE
doctor; people I mer began to lookat the because CLUB NOW TRAILSBY i in shorts sans other! clothes and RESULTS OF THE
sun he hada'tmaJ'rledher The Georgia-Florida Clem Price so it'sOK
maybe just
League concluded IN SCORE OF 16-2 I or
fflo In a. funny sort of and I : !still not bother with mosquitoes?
way after her husband's deaUL fir MAJOR BASEBALL ,
ONLY FOUR POINTS: its first half last week and II by us whatever you call him.
found myself being cat In thestreet."I was a nasty' bit of work and he simply Tallahassee finished in second Ir Our hero was born up here in :
stood It a. long a* 1 could and sat and shrugged his shouldersand REO SOX DEF2AT WASHINGTON four miles north of' .
place, games from the leader. Florida about 50
then 1 got Bold of a man I knew sneered and told ber that IT she Saturday afternoon the will tell what I I; Signora Sterratti. a widow of ---0-
Joe Castillo local Taver-I Tampa. He never |
SENATORSSprrlal our boy, played CIGARS
quit well and aaked him what bad wanted him she'd better get some nier and Matecumbe in :;j i Milan Italy was arrested for CIGARETTES
have been out
second base the entire half and town so it must '
happened. He told me that there money. '., marrying a young man whose SOFT DRINKS
afield he played second to none teams met for a contest the country. Anyway, our hero is 'I
was a moat scurrilous story going He told her that tt she aadut I ', parents declared he was!! half- ETC.
round bee.' fool she'd (! t. The ft I. I in the league. His batting is ex- was a delight to the fans but not sometimes known as a "Greek.
about me and a young Amert- a bare known about **I j I witted- With all our laws there I
can girl called Trevor who. had die. her husband baring aa annuity.' She NEW YORK July 2.-The Detroit pected to improve during the second a happy event for the Matecum-1 anyhow. It seems that a certain I i appears to be no restriction onI ; ;tT.- _
was obviously dreadfully In love I half. He ehould then be young: lady of blond complexion
appeared. bians. a witness told The Citizen i !i I I _____ ___
Tigers moved within four ready for faster" was in a quandary at the Bap- j
"1 went to the French police of with the fellow and halt off her headand ? I company. j up I
In which provided a
1 rather hoped sbe might a game I dad on account of if Clem was a :,
say:
course they tracked the
; tale home
to some anonymous letters which something that would give me a. points of second place. in the The other local boy in the number of sensational plays and' Greek and was not born in this]i

had been sent to my patients.. But: clue. Unfortunately, she looked 09 American League standings when leagues upstate is Eill Cates. He' exciting moments, the Tavernier country,how was it he could speaksuch ,

though tbey did their best they' and saw me., has also played like a house afaire ,I ten defeated their opponents by a good English!: ? Of course,!I

conldnT trace the writer. And that She' went about as white aa that they whipped the Cleveland In- in the field. He was batting well score: of 16 to 2. the answer was that after" one''i

warat the worst! 1 was asked to menu and shut up as if abed losT I II over the charmed .300 circle! but j!; E. L. Lowe was on the mound little snifter that his English became ,
diana, 4. to 1 behind the five-hit I GI ,
leave the elan. her tongue and 1 saw the man look has been in a slump lately. The!I for the Tavs and his elusive deliv- better as his Greek became

"My dear!"Alison's eyes were full round at me. Then waiter came op pitching of Elden Auker the sub- Central Florida League will end eries and deceptive curves proved worse and not like other guy! he I

or sympathy "How awful for yon!" and told me that had put throughmy !I its first half on July Fourth. In'I I too much for the stick artists I could speak good English; !: as longas
call and that Dnndas was on the marine hurler. the 'second half Cates' club should from Mateumbe, who' failed to he could speak at all. Well ICE
Not alee '
curred. "Anyway too was 1 sooVawtnat Itr Df con: I telephone and when I' got back \ vith Wes Ffrl'll': pitching effective lead. You will see Cates batting connect with the ball at the cru-t our hero as a very small boy : USE rc rcI
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wasn't getting a living any more;" I : they ,both" gone. But for that r ball in the pinches for his gOOd again i !II cial moments of the game. would see how far down into the
might have followed them. THai r
the t he could dive and how long
couldnt sell eleventh of the the John Pierce, twirler for water '
even victory
for ,
my practice season i
:wsa>abont alt weenago.. ADd"f 1 ITS PURER!
fifth of the sum 1 gave. 1 had to heard Nothing more at all until the Boston Red Sox turned back the The 108l} )>oys' will l go up-state : Matecumbe aggregation, 'pitched a f he could stay down. The remark -I I- t t tI

clear out 1 came home here to England other night, the night that I met Washington Senators 8 to 3, and Wednesday morning to play some good game but he and his supporting -.that someone made that they wish- I LASTS LONGER!
and 1 put Scotland Yard on to ,you." boosted t their percentage to an of the best
tracing the letters. But by then the even ,500.A of Florida "at' laseball and dia-. bad breaks which greatly1 contributed .*!i kind remark. However, our hero t ICE REFRIGERATORS t Qe

trail was cold and they failed.: An "'A BOUT six o'clock that evening I revised White Sox lineup that mondball. ''Watch'the locals comeback to their defeat. ,. got so proficient after a while 1
old friend of mine. Dnndas. let me have habit of do- that he could bring up rocks.
1 didn't include Al Simmons $27- as they a '
stop with him and help a bit !in re- was in the surgery' and 1 got a' 500 outfielder who,hasn't ing-with impressive wins.! C...................... money or maybe sponges. Since ? Made of all metal-equipped
phone calL: 1 couldn't place the a year d. "
tarn for in if A .1 with WATER COOLERSThey're 1
board
my and I'd one con there is money sponges you
been turned back the St.
voice at all. It might have been a hitting, : i
solation. anyway: 1 was doing good In the diamondball game play- CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN know where to sell same, our hero i
man's or a woman's. It had a sort oi Louis Browns 4 to I, in the open-
work again where was needed." have beenin took the business!' and l Economical ,
ed lately the Lopez ten up sponge
,
whistling sound In It as If the person ing game of the series. _
He was silent for a few seconds had got asthma." The Chicago Cubs downed the hard luck. For they have well pretty soon he taped: on the dock '
100 Per Cent
Refrigeration
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looking straight out before him. His "Talking through a comb sag! Cincinnati Reds 8 to 4, in their and still lost. That game Friday .I while some of his kinfolk woulddo
clear, light eyes came down slowly the time. the diving. Well he likse his Satisfaction 1
gested Alison."I night was best In a long
gamewhich: was played at night. ..... .... I
and rested on her face. hadn't thought of that! You're The summaries. The way Ward and Gates pitched I boss' daughter and the first thing
You know, Fm not sorry, now! I probably right be agreed. "Any the game should have still been Advertisements t.oaer ran Bead anybody knew it was Mr. and Mrs. Priced at

mean that It happened. He was way, the person said that If 1 was li I NATIONAL LEAGUEAt going on. It's too bad that some win! be inserted in The Citizen at Well our hero also liked the game

smiling at her. "If It hadn't I'd be at the Croft House Warley bus Cincinnati R. H. E. one always wins. These same two the rate sf lc a word for each in- of golf and used to hang around L 30 35 I1

out there now!" sex. at eleven-thirty, punctually. Chicago ___________ 8 12 1 clubs will play again and you can ertlon! but the minimum for the golf courses. Soon he was a player and
"Rather a big price to pay!" said that Cincinnati 480 first insertion in ev-y instance it have him
night I would meet the writerof rest assured that it will be a ball and so now we up

Alison. the anonymous letters. Batteries: Bryant Henshaw and game'from start to finish.In 25c.Payment to the present. As a meal ticketve EASY TERMS-10 DAYS ,

Not too big. "So 1 left London that night directly Odes[> ; Schott. B-ennan, Herrmann, for classified advertisements now find him still around a r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

"Not?" 1 was done with my last case no1lin! sworth. Nelson and Campbell the Social League, the Recreation is invariably in advance, golf course telling somebody" elsewhere I

"No- Not a bit I didn't know that got down Just before eleven and Lombard!. Department and the but regular advertisers with ledger to put the dirt. Well, our N ICE CO. Il;
anyone could be as much In lore their advertise- i
as parked, my car right up on tbe account may have hero never uses a wood club. Tie
Lighthouse tens are playing a series i 'i
I am with "ou-! '
Are your) She knew It, downs. Then 1 walked down to the Pittsburgh at St. Louis post- to determine the winner of I ments charged. their says they were invented by the i1'ii INC.-i
yet was \
should give
Advertisers
bouse as quietly as 1 could found rain.
poned -
but iron
devil he
pining to hear him say so. the league honors. If the Recreation -1 address well their telex so uses nothing .
street as
good spot Just across the road and ar t
clrbs. Hence the 2 Iron" moniker
You know I am. Dtterly. When down to malt Ton wins another game the i number if they desire re -
lay see, 1 pess.dthe for- phone
1 thought I'd lost you. yesterday 1 person'd turn up to wait for me Boston at Brooklyn, played battle will be over; if the Light-I Well he !hits as long a drive u I 1 I s4L.1
mer date. I sults.Witn as anybody else and then on the
the
went nearly crazy. since the house looked empt anflI house wins, then deciding each classified advertisement
"So did L" It was half a whisper. will have to be played.In second shots he is up to the
1 I meant to have a look at 'em -ret game, The Citizen will give free an
"Directly the door New York and Philadelphia not He uses!! a low hit and run
shut 1 was sorry. But for green.
then saw a light moving Insfi'tbe !' Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask J
1 wanted to tear after you down the house scheduled a race held at the skating it. approach ,shot which is! near the

street. "My light!" rink the other night Marco Mesa, .
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"Did your "Yes. So I started to get into tin AMERICAN LEAGUEAt I Jr. won by a nose, according to FOR RENT -

"Mmm: ." garden and investigate when I saw Chicago R. If. E. Judge Plant of the rink..

The clock strucc the half hour. someone climbing in through the I St. Louis _*._ 162 I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

A very fat man with a scowl and a open window. So I thought! It'd be tgood Chicago ___....__._ 491 Joy? Medina the Baron has Hour, Day or Week. Repair EVIDENCE

rolled newspaper waiting for his Idea to climb In too and sin Batteries: Cain, Walkup and shaved off his whiskers and he I all makes and paint them with

lunch, lowered Impatiently at the ?rlse 'em.as they'd be expecting nv Hemsley: ; ; Jones, Wyatt and Shea. looks ten years younger. .Rene I I Mu-EnameL We carry a full, ROLLS i IN
two who sat at the corner table.He .
to arrive tbe door." I
: by Anyway
gn Diaz is now a salesman.! .Delio supply of parts Agent for the j
muttered grumpily. "Indecent.t In and the next thing I knew wr I At Detroit R. II. E. Cobo and Joe Medina of the Stow- "G-3"users around here confirm .. .SkF
Rollfast and Bicycles.And :
Dayton i ,.
call I It! and looked at his watch.A x !
hand In face and terrltyelL" facts uncovered N. Y.
clerk, for your my a : Cleveland .._. 151 ers Park shuffle! board course! sell them as low as $5.06'' by
young looking a free Police Inspector Faurot on S' j.
chair at'the Detroit 480 challenge, Esmond Albury and M. down and $1.00 per week. We
back of
caught
one byAlllOu.a ..
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Alison look at him curiously. his country-wide :
: Batteries: Lee and Phillips, Varela of the Bayview Park courseto and Sell all makes of used f
table, looked down, raised Buy j
why didn't tell off?
me right >
hi. eyebrows and went elsewhere mean your name you and why yon wee I Pjtlak; Auker and Cochrane.At a game any afternoon they de- Bicycles. Phone 278. J. B.l I PIOVEI'' U MORE

wearing a very wide grin. there?" fire. Quintan Lopez and Jack Stowers company 515 Duval1street. MILES of : .. s''"

Totally unconscious that an"onehad' "Because such I Boston R. H. E. Mathews are taking things very apr9-tf REAL NON-SKID-trequentty ... 4-

even tooled at them. Guy and utterly blind was fool that a compeland tbonrli Washington _._ 3 13 0 cool these!! days. Those boys sureget I exceeded. ,. A

Alison drifted bark Into.their Interrupted that you" might have something t< I Boston ....... 891 hot under the collar some FURNISHED BUNGALOW-All l PR 0.'!
Batteries Pettit Coppola: Kress modern conveniences- ,.
garage
conversation. do with It-! : times. ,Prof. Water Pickle of -
I and Bolton; W. Ferrell and R,Fer ..he University of Geigers Creek I 636 William street. Apply Val-t SAFETY stops cars quicker in f;, ., '
"With the anonymous letters? emergency. J ,.+- +7" =es : ,, }
-\rov begin to see how It was!" "Yes. Or the telephone call I fei rell pens me the following: "Dear Sir:: des Bakery. julyl6tjNICELY .y

1 -l think so." she aaid. "But I In my bones that you were tellln- Fm forced to disagree with you. Itt I I DDflVPHT' SUPERTWIST

dont quite understand where the me tbe truth, of course but-well New York and Philadelphia, not my frank opinion that Max :' FURNISHED HOUSE- PROTECTION CORD sues blow- -
against
house at Warley came In.* I I didn't know what scheduled.LEAGUE'STANWNGS. in AH modern conveniences; -
they-were plat Baer displayed: rare acumen oats-in every ply.ENJOY r. ,. -
"111 tell you that In a minute Ing at. and I' didn't mean to t* giving, James -J. Braddock the ing park. Apply 140V fac-I :

More coffee? No? A clgaret Don't caught. T at'l why I couldn't tel: world's heavyweight championship street. Phone 487M. r r -cij:4

you? Just as well? We shant be you PdJttr and take yote Into War "( : If yon 'will recall, Baer -

able to afford It!" ley and: Bat's the reason'. wtmtW earned about $50,000 from movies, PIANO TUNING t."
Alison turned so'bright a pink that you to wait upstairs. I dIdn't mean
AMERICAN LEAGUE stage and radio daring the yearhe
It clashed with the red ribbon on her f Laureano Mo- vA "SAFETY FOORTH"DON
them lo catch us togetber. You see Club- W. L. :ct held the ,title Braddock on I PIANO TUNER
haL
I < practically ar Excellent piano for sale
reno.
thosEJetterrha4{
:Newllork! 40 24 .625 the other hand has signed a contract -
"Be Someone! !" --.r .
quiet bear
6f
you ensed me trfafttfg the Trevor g1r.to cheap. 1018 Division street.
Let 'em.said Guy brleO,."What Detroit .-- 39 29 .574 that will bring him about
disappear and I thought theymight jun24-lmo PUBLIC
Cleveland _.37 27 .578 $500.000 from the same sources.! THE PROVED
was I saying? Oh. yes War,. It be trying !It again. I tell Inn ,
was llke'thls. I'd given nn sli hope I I was, a blind fool!" F Chicago _._-.33 28 .541 Now then, let us suppose Brad- ROOMS

Of finding out who'd" sent those let "Not a bit. contradicted Alison Boston _..... ._..._. 33 33 .500 dock piles up half a million and _

ters. though I'I felt pretty certain In "I think It was rather natural afr- Washington 29 36 .426 then dies." "THE MUNRORooms $2.00, _

my own mind that It was this woman what, you'd been through. Philadlephia 26 35 V $2.50 and $3.00 per week. gamble on weak tires through speeding n's ,, ?

I told yon about. I didn't know "Not to anyone who'd seen )'011. St. Louis ._s.1 19 44 .302 SOCIAL LEAGUE TO Double and Single. 128 N. E. holiday traffic buy safety now for over the ,
anyone else who would hate me retorted Goy.I 1 ought to bare A "NEAINER
Fla.
enough. I NATIONAL LEAGUE 4th Street!, Miami, Fourth and the many months ahead. -
known-but anyway that's what june26lmoxFOR
"Then one day I was putting did think. So when you were In bed I Club- W. L. Pet MEET TOMORROWBy Let us show you why the flatter, wider, thicker"G3" -
through a 'phone call at that little I went through all the drawers in J New York ._._ 44 IS .710 q'
SALE:
restaurant where we went In Soho that: desk to see If I could nod n"t 1 Pittsburgh 39 30 .565 Ail-Weather Tread, with closer-nested

-It's run hy a patient of mine fInd who owned the bouse." Chicago ........ 36 28 .563 ( JOVE) SECOND SHEETS-500 for 58c, blocks and more rubber In It,Is rolling up evidenceof
1 often go there- when I saw those WlickAlitee / I __.__ 36 29 .554
fCepn lakt 1,35. gretyv JI St. Louis _
two at the very next table. The woman Brooklyn _._._ 29 34 .4CO; The Social Diamondball League The Artman Press. aug7 low-cost protection that tops even Its test-fleet 4
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and the fellow she ant mixed lit'1I"IIh will hold a meeting tomorrow at records.
In France: -the gigolo.! and Guy begin tom_ Cincinnati .r.- 29 36 .446 the Recreation Department of the OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two .

a rote 3O5t: tlm. I Philadelphia 26 :38 48303.406 FERA. All clubs are requestedto bundles for" 5e. The Citizen Office Let us give you our price you'll see it costs lh
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Boston ._. 20
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I I bring a list of players and no nothing extra for the extra mileage, safety and

rVII".8'-.ttr II' night game players are allowed to endurance of the thoroughlypublic-proved -
POOL TOURNEY? GAMES TODAY play in this league. So far the WANTED 1 now -

I TO SUBSCRIBERS Garage, Cuban Club Lighthouse :, "G-3."
WA1II'"TED-3000 Westers to
TO BEGIN SOONBy -:-:-- AMERICAN LEAGUE Bayview Park Administration and thoroughly enjoy Key themselves on Drive right in for your Safety Fourth"insurance!
l fill. yen Fourth
paper lay 6IS o'clock !. the p pola vs. Grove to enter. Any dub that morning"of July. South Apply Beach.duringthe atii

afternoon, call telephone 51 Cleveland at Detroit-Hilde- wants to play are welcomed to i
Kappa Pi Clnb. jun26-t
( JOVE) and a paper will be sent t. brand or Stewart vs. Bridge come to the meeting at 2 p. m. ,

There'will be a billiard tournament roar atom*. A'coteplataeboy I St Louis at Chicago-Coffman ,The Senior DiamondbaQ League I. WANTED-A chance to bid on GOOD/ ;::1"4 EASY TERMSMAKE

for the members of the U .n duty at this office from vs. Phelps. will hold ,a meeting immediately your next printing order. The

FERA ataff. The following cue 6:15 to 7:15 p. -. for the I New York at Philadelphia-Allen after the first meeting, and so far ATtman Press. aug? BUYING

parpee of delivering complain vs. Benton. three clubs are desirous of enter,
sharks! have entered: Cordell, McKinley U.. Help ue give you 100 ing this league. They are Busy r PERSONAL EASYK I: '

J, Coo.Jer, E. Roberts, percent service by caliof 51 NATIONAL LEAGUE Bees. Lopez and Recreation Department t:I

Mrnacy. Sibila. F. Balbontin, But- if yea do not receive The ChiI.I.I'III'I.A- Chicago at Cincinnati -Carleton teams. .I! STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, or

ler, Barker. G. Demeritt, ankinIon. lea vs. Derringer., Each league will play twice a INDIGESTION victims 'why : ;"" d C

Bauev; and Felton. Boston at Brooklyn Frank- weelc:, th .6ars -em be aettled at suffer? For quick relief get a COLONIAL SERVICE STATION ; 80

Mario Sanchez has been named house vs. Clark.Philadelphia the meetings.Mopds free sample of Udga a doctor'sprescription

leferee of these game, which will i TIIT'eeof every four acres of at New Yotk-Peztullb Tuesday, Wednesdayand at Gardner's CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop. a as :..

be Hayed at the Cuban Club on : our farm crop land are used to' vs. Schumacher Friday nights are- open for Pharmacy. Colonial; Hotel Bid;, on Fleming Street __ kf
Thursday and Tuesday nights beginning -I{ produce feed for livestock ac-i 1! Pittsburgh at St. LouN!-Bash 1 1va. play so each! league will pick the. jun 18-19-20.25-26-27anly2-3-5-9-: I *.*

at 8 o'clock.. ."_ cording to r recent estimate. Hallahan. J I nights best suited for their game.: 10-llx _


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MAINE RESIDENT Scenes At California International Exposition I' PALACE .1 FUNERAL BENJAMIN LOPEZ HOME

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SOCIETY Mr.\ and Mrs. Martin Johnson's
:-: : -: MAKES INQUIRIES B A BOO N A Serving Key Weal

-*..........,-.............................G....... ABOUTKEYWEST Onslow Stevens-Janet Chandler I, 24 Hour Half Ambulance Ceatary Servic

I in THE HOUSE OF DANGER Licensed Embalmer
Enjoyable Party Given Last NightIn 'i Matinee: lO-lSc; Nights 15:25e I Phone 135 Night 696-W

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Honor of Mrs. Raul Carbonell MRS. F. W. PHILLIPS WRITES - -- ---

-- COMMODORE VON MIETK- ....a...........................................
cellent time was enjoyed for the
A very enjoyable party was
'1 remainder of the evening. LIUBA ABOUT LIVING CON-
given last evening by Miss Estella I'
I Those present were:
DITIONS DURING WINTER
Barroso at her home on Bahama Lena
: I I Doris Borden. Cervantes. .
street,in honor of Mrs. Haul CarJbonell -;! Ramona Cervantes, Lola Cervantes -FOR SALE

(in celebration .of her birthday -'' Mrs. Theda Carbonell, Vir- r

anniversary.The !!ginia Perex Estella Barroso, An- Commodore' von Mietk-Liuba\ I .,rtv ar eZ R ''>+I.4 t+ ryCs1+A'iwi +ti'S gi .
y
evening's program was''geleSoidano; Thelma Mendoza H. D. \V. has reeived a letter ern

made up of many fSIit.iit.ies,.while Mary Soldano Alice Carbonell from Mrs. F. W. Phillips a resident + itt+l."e i p,", i fra

delicious refreshments were ser-, Mrs. Perez- l\1JI.::' Barroso. ., ., Jennie I of Southport Maine\ inquir

Ted. and :all in attend .icS'> jhor:-..Garcia' Laced 1.ia. '' ing all about living: conditions in 1s -n

oughly enjoyed the pleasure., of I Rene Julio Diaz. Oswald,Fraga Joe llectori Fraga !Key West during the winter. ''e. s R' n.a .w, ,.w.r r r -. o..,. ..r .... ..,............_ s I II
the occasion. {
The lady states that she Is a I
Barrow, .Delio Crtfz, Kemp.
party.s Tony
: At the conclusion of be-
stamp collector and that she read
the repaired to the, Ha- Mario Garcia Jinrmje Briggs I The above photo shows scenes of buildings at the California Pacific International Exposition I
guests about West in national
where an ex-. Manuel Domenech, Marco. Mesa.Today's Key a and the Three Hundred Piece Bojr Junior Exposition Band, which was organized it connection with Jf t r' "
bana-Madrid Club I carried the) ..
... stamp magazine pub- the Exposition Festival of Music. ,, Ki w+ .
--- i releases of Philatelicand s
--.oL licity the Inset shows Harold Wm. Roberts Executive<<: Manager of the Department of Music who is presenting i
...............a..1 Numismatic' Society of Key the musical programs.inlaw .

Junior Woman'sClub West. .
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I, It is stated that society an- -
To Meet fit I1/M' 11 1 m sal
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swered the letter in great detail. I and sister Mr. and Mrs. first class and seven second class +1111"n i 1 tfl.l '
Anniversaries A copy of the "Florida Motorist"and OVER 200 ARRIVE j for 111ta"e'e J6fi
There will be a social meetingof : George Fisher. They were accompanied -[ Tampa.
.. .. of the boot "A Voice Out of and Mrs.\ John'
arriving
by Mr. Of the 202
.55.555..55.55.5. passengers:
the Junior Woman's club on : Key West" by Margaret Zinaida Fleming and .daughter. Dorothy HERE FROM 1 CUBA J 1! there were 99:) aliens exactly the
beginning at 5 1759-Nathan Read Maine jur- describesthe
: who
Friday afternoon ; von Mietk-Liuba
I the
o'clock, at the club house on Division -I! ist and inventor, among the first Island City so admirably were Dungan. j I Fame number which arrived on Havana
; return of the S. S. Cuba from -
I
!I to apply steam to navigation, born forwarded to the inquirer. A copy !
street. I IlIottesses 1 Mrs. Ada Fifield of Clinton on Thursday of last week. !
at Warren. Mass. Died at Belfast I of today's Citizen will be sent al MANY ALIENS INCLUDED IN
of the occasions be Maine Jan. 20, 1849. ; Ohio and little daughter Anne, isvis' Steamship Medina of the Clyde- /11
Jliss! Alce Curry Miss Norma so.This is only one of a number in;g her brother J. T. Hath-' PASSENGERS COMING IN Mallory Lines, arrived 8:30,o'clock
I a\viy and family at 1225 South' last night from Galveston;
oowJ Jg&k
LAn 'the i
.Yates and Mrs. John Roberts. ;: 1819-Lucius J. l Ma of requests for information MONDAY AFTERNOON I
str et. i on shipments of live turtle;sea .
enjoyable 'Afternoon iaj I Ea&ifasetife inventorjjna 'f3ftu ;r commodore stated, which have 1 *' enssailed gsra
''promised all who attend. "* "j* of '1oonAa.-ork's and ste t-1'\Jmpll.\ been received since the advertising : food products and bottles e
Bern at Hsrdwick, Mass. Died campaign of the Philatelic and ] [figs Mary\ Harris daughter of i 200"'F.pasel1gers* for Charleston and New ,,. ;"x xet tt -
rFe'b.,241884.P* Numismatic Society was started.It Mr, and Sirs\ :Richard lIanis, for-i More than ;4"*> arrived York. _
FRUIT SHIPMENT: ,-,11---1; is stated that the society maintains me ly of Key West, returned )"es-I j at Key West'erday afternoon ; Steamship Tiger of the Stan-I
a spicial Press Departmentfor ter ay fr>ra ,Havana where she' -* x Cuba dard Vacuum Transportation -I;
Steamship
1820-George L. Curry Oregon on
AT LOWE'S STORE ,and her last I advertising the December Ex wa spending a,vacation and left { < company radioed to the Porter Ivpt
I newspaper publisher from Harana.: There were 163
j train for her
territorial born in PhflI -i l position'to be held in Key West. on afternoon Dock company today for half ton
governor
first class and seven
i home in Miami. passengers i
I adelphia. Died July 28, 1878. I of ice to be delivered to the shipon ..
I I f..w..1 second class for Key West; 25 i
Regular weekly shipment of! arrival off the bar.
s Mrs. J. C. Whaiton Jr., who house and lot at 1307 White-
; Furnished two-story
fruits and will arrive
vegetables 1821-Sir Charles Tupper Canadian MENTION
PERSONAL was in Key West for a few days, ered sufficiently to leave the hospital j i Arrangements were made to
tonight by" truck for Lowe's Cash t statesman. born in Nova head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof
I and states that she has shown
Grocery 1117 Division street. Scotia. Died Oct. 30, 1915. I ........................ : stay with relatives left yesterday Miami improvement in her condi have the Tug Petrel of the Porter Coral
The shipment which includes I afternoon for her home at great company take out the ice and the sea and overlooking Park
a Mrs. Earl Sands and riioth-i tion. '
I eon Beach. accompanied by her
large variety of both fruits and 1825-Richard Henry Stoddard bring back some machine parts For price and terms apply to
Charles Earl left over the East er-in-law, Mrs. Susan B. Whaiton| ,
vegetables Is expected to arrive ; noted New York City poet and -
for
I Miami \ repairs.
Coast yesterday afternoon for -I who will spend a while at the; I
early in the evening. journalist born at Hingham,1 to spend a while with Mrs. beach with the family. 1 Sirs\ DcBarritt. wife of Cev. L P. ARTMAN,

................o........I Mass. Died May 12. I Sands' parents, Mr. and MVs. Ed Alfred DeBarritt of Trinity' checks I .
Pinder. Jonathan Gates, who had beenin Presbyterian Church, and daughter MALARIAin The Citizen Office
1832Green Clay Smith, from; 666 6
Today's Horoscope 6 6
Miami with Mrs.\ Cates who recently Miss Lucette left yesterday
........................ J private to general in Civil War, I Raymond Maloney business man underwent an operation in :'afternoon to join Mr. DcBarritt, 3 daysCOLDS or
i Kentucky congressman, governor.of Tavernier who was in Key one of the hospitals in that city i This is strong and steady of Montana Territory, Baptist Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
person ; ,I> West for two days on a business returned to Key West last eveningover ; go with him to Montreal\ N.i I.ictaHI .Ioleta
and by industry and sqcare deal- clergyman. born at Richmond!I I and pleasure trip, left yesterday the highway. Mr. Gates' reports C., for a short stay before returning -Salve KeN Dr.". first day.
becomes situatedin Died June 29 1895.
ing the declining comfortably of life. Ky. I l afternoon. that Mrs. Cates has recov-'I home. I I I TONIC>ri LAXATIVE I ss..............................................
years
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More than this he will furnish ; 1840-Francis Amasa Walker i -- -
Mrs. S. W. Newlan and son left
comfort to friends and kindred. noted economist and president of yesterday afternoon for Miami to ;...- 2_ ; :.zIE-:: -. .: < ., .' z :.:t,... .y..,, ; .
Honor and erteem will follow his the Mass. Institute of Technology : >>=
while with Mrs. Newlan'sbrother
path and the world will be better .son of a famed economist, born in spend a --
for his having lived. {Boston. Died Jan. 5, 1897, and sister-in-law Mr.\ and I'LL NEVER LET YOU DOWN
relatives.Jlrs.\ Robert Pritchard and other OC



I II II I the Mrs.East J.Coast R. Knowles yesterday left for over Miami & s L )wasp owick Sbilke.LADVrHAVE

where she will be the guest
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I of her son-in-law and daughter 19 ,
MX.\ and Mrs. Otis N rris.
RUGS

Robert II. Givens, Sr.. who was .
GIVE ME A LUCKY
a days with ,relatives \ .. rs
IEFORE'YOU CARRY '
friends ..
and left yesterday for his ...,. 'E..lI" AND FOR r.< .::. ."
I home in Miami "ft:e .: GOODNESS SAKE -n., t
I -DON'T DROP ME i s

S Mrs. Baker Gladson who wash

I spending a vacation of two weeks : w'- \\A1
rots %
i in Key West, was joined Sunday
'I by Mr.\ Gladson and they left yesterday 'I H

morning over the highwayfor
os'r their home in Miami.

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Mario Borges. purser with the

Pan.American Airways in Miami,
i who was visiting in Key West i

with relatives, left yesterday aft- 2A
ernoon for headquarters.Ray ( ti


ot Curry and Mrs.lima'' ,,;!
Louise Wllkins, of the recreation I .
division FERA, who were in -Mi-; .Oa:
i':
. EXCEPTIONAL. 5 ami on -business connected with, ," NO FEAR

their department, returned yesterday ,,r'", : IM JUST LIKE A LUCKY,
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t.: ;
.. ILL NEVER LET YOU DOWN

"1 Miss Isis Sawyer- who spent .
RUG VALUESlODaysOnly : I \91
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I I the week end with her mother'

1>fIrs. Cornelia Sawyer and

I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
iI Mrs. J. E. Duane at Long Key

5 returned yesterday. : pic

I Mrs. Ruter. wife of Fred Ruter.
\ local 1 electrician with the Florida

Grass Rugs, 6x9'% $2.10; 8x10' $3.20; 9x12', East Coast Railway Company
$3.90.Crescent returned yesterday from a vaca-
13 tion spent with relatives in West A

Congoleum Hugs, "Seconds", 6x9', $3.60; W7V4x9 Palm Beach.

', $4.50; 9x9', $5.60; 9x10%', $6.25; tf9x12
', $7.20; 9x15, $8.30. Mrs. Frank Gato and sisters-in-
i j law. Misses Anita and Edna Cato,
Gold Seal Rugs, dropped patterns, 6x9', $4.65; \ j were returning passengers on the
7x9'% $5.75; 9xlO /', $7.95; 9x12', $9.10; k ,i Havana Special yesterday fromI

9x15'% $11.25. Oa I Miami where they spent several
days with relatives* and friends.
Armstrong and Gold Seal Genuine Cork Linoleum

Rugs, burlap, back>> 6x9'% $5.15,; 9xlOy8% I !>Ir. &rj Mrs.\ Hilton Henson

$8.95; 9x12% $10.25. and son Roy, left yesterday afternoon ear
I to visit Mr. Henson's familyI
All Wool-Face Rugs, 6x9'% $9.55; 7 /. x9'% $12.00; &i I in Miami and then !go to Atlanta '
9x12 k
% $18.25. Ga., to round out their vacation. d1 1 wto

Wool-Pile Axminster Rugs, 6x9'% $18.40; i .. [ ;-
8 1.3x101.6' 9x12' Mr.\ and Mrs. Sidney MathewsI L
$33.80.
I % $31.05; % o -
I I and son Sidney, Jr.. left yesterday Ax
Odd Sizes in Assorted Axminster, Bath and "" I'' afternoon over the East Coast
Velvet Rugs. I for Gloucester City N. J.. where
!I they will for one month be the
CASH PRICES QUOTED-10 Per Cent Dis- :[ guests of Mr. :Mathews' brother-

count for Cash With Order.LONG'S i ITS THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS

MONROE THEATER -

fURNITURE STORE 1:I Aline MARY McMahon-Gu-also--JANE'S Kibbee PACOLLEGE in There are no finer tobaccos than those used in Luckies



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