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: July 3, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00057
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Associated Service.Preen Day W:1re.: 1 : l .. 11)t [ I Key West Florida, has the

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For Beat 55'eara Interests Devoted of Key West to the tp. t ttt3tfl most country equable; with weather an average in the

L range of only 14 Fahrenheit


Scrap In Senate On AAA ASK MORE FUNDS J AFFAIRS OF KEY WEST AND MONROE Supreme Court Still Great Factor In


Revision Believed Certain .ADMINISTRATOR JUST ONE YEAR AGO II Many Activities of Nation Despite Fact

I That Tribunal
High Is Now Recessed

NEW, BUILDING AND VARIOUS I I One year ago this coming Friday recent survey in the city indicated -I
Proposed] Amendments To 1..1",11'1'111.1 a cost of giving: relief would --
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OTHER IMPROVEMENTS| the affairs of Key West and -
in' the following
run about $2.000,000
I :
Act To MakeIt STRUNK PLANS B..r14rw4t
Designed OVER 4 INCHES RECOMMENDED IN WAR DE- Monroe County pawed into the five years. He declared Much Speculation As To
that as a strictly business proposi-
Stand ConstitutionalTest PARTMENT PROGRAM heads of Slate Administrator inline tion the money could better be TO CONSTRUCT NO PAPER TOMORROWIn j jI. Whether Many Of Con-

About 50 per so is asked this spent in an intensvie program to
office this morning Low F. Stone representing the accordance with its
: great put the people on their feet than I
was the precipitation during (By Aseselstee Press. Federal Emergency Relief Admin in temporary doles of relief grants. NEWRESIDENCE usual custom, there will l>* gressional Issues Will

the. downpours of yesterday. WASHINGTON For a time. Mr. Stone continued no issue of The Citizen appearing -
Some of those. who! questioned I July 3. istration.An I the question of moving the tomorrow July 4. Independence Get Approval Of BodyBy
By HERBERT. PLUMMER The Ciitsea opined; that alleast -The War Day.
(B, A.s.elalea Rau. I Department asked Associated Press report was entire pop tation! of the island was OTHER BUILDING PERMITS The
three inches pf water nation' birthday i i.
considered but this
plan presentedso
the Works Relief Administration
ID"I; felL flatbed all this ISSUED* DURING one of three holiday observed
to corners of country many difficulties that it was PAST WEEK BYRON PRICE
spit the feverishnes. with Other wLo were more conservative I today 'for funds abandoned. "If the people go to each year by The Citi- (Ckl f .f Bureau. TkePre. AsseelateJ
wlaic"l and everywhere created sensation BY BUILDING INSPECTOR The .. Wasblsgte.t
guessed lesser a Tampa or Miami they will remain ] zen. other two are Christ

AAX officials .have to amounts while other believed : to carry out a number of as a front page story. on relief, and. ;in addition will be I HARRY BAIQER I m.. and Labor Day.Member Even though it is in recess,
that the rainfall was more surrounded b aliens. Social of tho staff will
bring the agricultural adjustment construction ? and its members scattered far
than three inches. projects. The situation was unparalleled in problems will arise which do not along with most other KeyWesters

act within the safety cone in. light' According to the records at Among them for exist now." spend tomorrow and wide on vacation, the supreme
the U S. Weather Burran thoIKtijiitation was one the history of the United States.,; "Key West presents a unique E. A. Strunk Jr.. manager of each following the pleasure

of the ..pr.... court's decision on from ll<13 a. new buildings and improve Three days before Governor situation." the :administrator pointed the South Florida Contracting: and of their own inclination.The court continue to be a mighty

NRA, it begin to look a*, iftL..r. m. to 5:45 p. m. was. 4.12 ments at West Barracks out. a situation that calls Engineering company plans the Citizen will' appear factor in tko daily life of the national
inches, which is far in excess Key : -I Sholtz was advised by the Monroe, for unique methods. The city undoubtedly construction of a concrete two again a* usual on Friday afternoon

not out of the wood y.L of the estimates. $116,400 including County Board of Commissioners has a charm all of its floor residence on Martello Tow- carrying a compl.t.acco..t government
C. S. Kennedy, meteorologist own. Why can't we capitalize on ers subdivision. of the IndependenceDay ,
The proposed amendment to at the bore:., at the request rehabilitation and alterationof and City Council of Key West,i that charm?" I I The building will be 30 by 40 festivities.MOSTOF Net only are several additional

t". net creating AAA. which were of The Citizen, looked and "That is what we intend to dol" feet and will be ideally located in "new deal" agencies. preparing to
over the records of the bureauand ; quarters that resolution had been adoptedby II III. With this objective in view artists the center of Lots 10 and 11 Block 11.1'11'11'

d.>ind to make it stand the test advised that ,.eaterd.,'* miscellaneous structures, these bodies placing in thehands were sent here and toll -to 1. It will be modern in every fight for their lives when the

precipitation was the greatest catch the "atmosphere"! of the city and is
I respect to cost approximately STORES
court reassemkl
of constitutionality, .ailed throughtho nest r.u. but
during any 24-hour period $121,600; major repairs to of the governor all legal to picture the gorgeous flowers, 5000. I

house with ease. since October 1933. when and to paint the unique architecture, Mr. Strunk is the first citizenof the whole trend of legislative developments .
roads fences sewer that h. administer the affairs
there rainfall of 13.54 WILL CLOSE ON
was a and to characterize the Conch and Key West to secure throughthe
They now rest on the thresholdof inches. water system 38000. of both county and city in Latin population. A fine art gallery First National Bank funds J! speak of a dominating

the senate. The careful and I was completed' and. standing from the Home Owners Loan Corporation FOURTHOFJULY role for tko judicial branch
members of the '1'1'8.I'.AiBIG such manner as ho deemed on the corner ef Duval and Caro- for the construction of
painstaking way I
agriculture committee have gone KEY WEST :BuREAu : able. ad.i'1 line streets was easily available I the residence. during tko next two years.

I AFFAIR AT to tourists. I I Permit to construct!; the building -
into the subject presages plentyof INCLUDED IN NEW Governor Sholtz then "invited A large aquarium the only was issued last Saturday from I SOME WILL CLOSE: FOR HALF Every day congress hears argu-

trouble fer the proposals when )Administrator Stone to take chargeof open-air aquarium; in the country. I the office of Building Inspector i DAY WHILE OTHER ESTABLISHMENTS ments whether this or that pend-

they reach the floor of the senate. HABANAMADRIDCLUBTONIGHT the and the admin-I resplendent with the vivid colorsof I Harry Baker. Other permits were : ing bill will pass muster at the

FORECAST CIRCUITCOMPLETE community << the fish caught: in the tropical'issued for the following: i WILL REMAIN bar of the highest tribunaL As a
istrator accepted the offer. } waters around the city, which was New roof
on dwelling on
Probable Battle Ground I matter of fact prior notice already
I On the Sunday preceding the j ji started under the administrationof head street, near Angela Owner I CLOSED ALL DURING DAY -

From present indications the!' WEATHjIR, ADVICES i action by the County Commissioners I William W. Demeritt was com- Fred Moss\ ; cost. $100. II I has been given that almost

greatest thunder and smoke will Governor Sholtz in pleted.A New roof at 1208 Varela street every one of the administration
be centered in the following sectors -'FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION TO BE RECEIVED INS I city with was Hospitality House was established Owner James Brady; cost, $50. I I Although tomorrow will be regular measuresnow before congress

: DANCE WILL BE ONE Administrator Stone.i i to promote a closer. contact .Repairs to filling station at I half-holiday for establishments will be hailed into court as loon
'I They arrived by plane. A with visitors. !
conference I White and Catherine
I streets. Own
1. "The authority granted the OF BIGGEST EVENTS YET NEW ARRANGEMENTS attended by more than I Many of the old historical houses ,.' er, E. A. Strunk; cost $50. I in Key West many of the, as it becomes operative.It .

secretary of agriculture to issue"orders" I I two score persons, was held in the I in Key West were renovated I j'I Repairs to porch of home on wholesale establishments and bnsi- all points toward elevation

limiting the quantity TO BE PUT ON THERE I | court house to discuss plans. Governor i and presented as places of !i Flagler avenue between White I II j'I ness places wlil be closed tbroughI of the court to a level of prom-

such goods (vegetables, fruits ofl! Weather advices received at! Sholtz Was first to speak on j jI eat street and Tropical Avenue. Own: !I I out the day. I inence and prestige even higher

tobcti,produ in UA) which.jnay,be r? --Alt Immense crowd is expected to I the local bureau have greatly increased -l I[thnrto the program make'Key, presenting; West! "The the inten Bermuda !>--.j!i i stituted A "clean-up", and hundreds campaign of inter-I'I er v Repairs Henry .to Sands porch; cost., 1103$50,Division. i i._ Most of the, .tqresjwMe5rfr! .observe 1 than that mctIn. tfie field and
marketed or transported to any I the Thursday half-holiday]
specified; throng the Kahuna-Madrid Club since July 1, when the of America." He then introduced repainted and repaired. street. Owner, Mrs. Hester Parks NRA decisions. Both the President
or all markets during ;
a i
period." j[ tonight for the 4th of July Cele- new forecast circuit with Jacksonville Administrator Stone who I were made spic and span and cost, $100.KAPPA. I will adhere to the regular routine and congress may find it far
bration Dance which at 10' drew beautiful word gardens sarted. I and their places will be closed at I 'diUi
a of
2. The authority of this of-}| Begins Fla., as the central unit picture more, :ult than formerly to
o'clock. | the fqture city after a complete At Bayview Park the diamondball 1 o'clock. I t'
ficial to allot the amount which' instituted. keep in the kpotlight.
i According to the manager of the : was rehabilitation project he had in I field was put in first class PI'S FOURTHOEJULYFESTIVITIES Governmental activities will '
each handler "may purchase from; ( ,. Wo... Remark. Too Strong'!
This circuit which will be in
i club there were few tables left I mind was accomplished. It was I I I shape with bleachers. The grand- '
or handle on behalf" of any and up until 3 o'clock this afternoon.. active operation until November' then he requested the city council stand.in the 'Park was made into : cease for the day except in cases i The latest chapter; of the Long

all producers. |'.A snappy floor show and other entertainments -I' 15, during the so called hurricane and county commissioners< to,give I l ah amphitheater with a largej whir service' ,iii affected jmp r tive. ..Allperscfnnei 1 i Overtoil;leaseIllustrated} once taori}
3. The not
secretary's authority ; by exigeft-(
have been arranged. season, comprises Jacksonville the matter consideration and placein featiitg$I: arra Igement. "Amateur'nights" howl beWil&eVingl;
to fix the minimum price at which START 'TOMORROW\ des of duty will be given thj, teg* senateprdeedure
Miami Key West Tampa, Pen- the hands 1 I I held there.
i The success of the Habana- of the governor authority are I' can'be 'to1
each product "or grade size! ular holiday;) 4 [ a :Jaynian
any Madrid dances is well known andit sacola Mobile Ala., New,Orleans, to do whatsoever he will A system of schooling in artistic { will 1
or quality thereof shall be purchased is believed that tonight's dance, La.. Port Arthur and Brownsville, with the reins of city and county I social and domestic studies At the postoffice mail be I Since 1932 dom charges have
I placed in boxes. There will be
the no
first handlers.
by that
will be one of the largest given Texas. governments.At was inaugurated during the year. I I ,\; been pending John H. Over-
deliveries made of
The except special
4. provision for "control by the club. ;With modern teletype instruments the conclusion of his talk I I "Re!'t Beach" was made into a I I'j ton was nominated for the senate
maiL The will,
and disposition" of any surplus I Independence Day Dance at the nistailed in every station the Mr. Stone asked that the meetingand beautiful stretch of clean white OUTSTANDING FEATURE OF: postoffice in Louisiana by fraudulent means,
be closed all business 10
to after
which may arise in the marketing circuit is being used exclusivelyto what transpired be consideredan sand and "cabanas" built on the ';with the help of Senator Hue? P.
of the product. I-I I! PROGRAM ARRANGED BY o'clock. Collections will be madeas
I I information beach. Long.In
I send out as to executive session and what was i
5. The authority granted the gathering. The Habana-Madrid i I weather conditions and all meteorological '''done in the way of outlining the 1 I. The Boulevard was renovated.The LOCAL CLUB usual. 'I the interim Long has ad-
' 1 in
secretary to examine "such books [:.orchestra will play for both af-' dataHowever i I i, plans be kept from publication un- ; ferry system was taken Practically everybody KeyWest dressed the senate on many oc-
after 1 o'clock the after-
papers records accounts correspondence -[' fairs. 'I I the service is not only til all was ready for making them over by the administration and i :(I casions. He has called hisi
contracts documents',I Reservations for both eventscan for the cities and sections mentioned public. made into an efficient unit with,I I :; I noon, except employes of ice I i I enemies all sorts of names and
or memoranda as he deems re I! The day he took office for time two sailings a day. j Elaborate preparations which cream establishments and accused a long list of individualsof
be made by calling 220. but will include Puerto I|i a lengthy a I include amusement:'' amuse-I
levant" to ascertain whether his t' { every form of ment places will be free
Rico and ot.her'est Indian'statement giving; the reasons for, Extensive advertising was carried -'' high crimes and misdemeanors.
orders" are being compiled with. countries. J: the' move. was drawn from him in on to keep Key West before and excitement possible have|I Il joy the program arranged by'the I His remarks are clothed with immunity -
DISTRIBUTION OF i l been concluded for the Independence Kappa Pi Y. to go fishing! or enjoy -
On 'Must List When E. B. Calvert. chief of I an interview. the eyes of tourists. I j I celebration .I themselves in of course.
Day to be manner
staged any
AAfi officials, in the face of the forecast division from Wash l'I The situation at Key West was At th"fe" conclusion of the year'swork I|'I of Now' comes the Women's committee
choose in celebration
tomorrow by Pi Y they
growing opposition from senate PLANTS PLANNED; ington D. C., was in Key West.!, "startingly a clear-cut example of Stone's ,complete program,1: club Independence Day. of Louisiana citing the
agricultural leaders months ago I t May 15 of this year he said the I': a stranded population," the administrator to make Key West the "Bermudaof with 10 constitutional right of petition,'
Beginning a parade at 1
i stated and added that a America" is well on its way. I' accusing the senate of
agreed to tone down the proposed i' circuit was to handle weather information o'clock and closing with the Independence TROLNAMES
amendments. They consented to CUTTINGS ROOTED BY BEAUTIFICATION south of latitude 551 I Daay Ball at Coral Isle, JUNIOR "whitewashed" Long and Overton
of the broad down 10 and from and asking why action has not
forego some powers [ to latitude Casino 9
starting at night
jlly had originally sought for the DEPARTMENT Texas to the Central American DR. VAN DEUSEN FLOORSHOWATCOUNTRY 1 and continuing until terpsichorean OFFICERSMEMBERSHIP been taken one way or the other

,secretary of agriculture.One OF FERA II coast as far east as the Windward I devotees tire of the pleasure. I on the charges against them.
of the most important of Islands. This service is now in CLUB The Senatorial indignation rises.
ARRIVES IN CITY parade will form in front -
The petition is handed around. A
these was to eliminate producers effect and is continuous. of the communication office, U. ,
from those whose operations I The beautification department' Embraced in the broadcast cir- S. Navy proceed to Duval street MEETING OF senator who happens to be a celebrated -
would be subject to of the Key West Administration! cuit is the radio com lawyer is consulted. He
system thence to South Beach where the
Producer-distributors'orders.'I has rooted cuttings of oleanders ,J munication service at the naval', DIRECTOR OF FAIRMOUNT', EXCELLENT PROGRAM TO BE I I rchedule* of sports and contests I', ORGANIZATION HELD AT I''I says: '
hibicus crotons and several other'varities : :i "I am in doubt whether
to "orders" only where the station now in command of will begin. The parade will be led BAYVIEW PARK grave
of shrubs which PARK AQUARIUM COMES INI' I the senate
of products distributed considered are now Lieutenant William Klaus U. S.I I by Chief Ivan Elwood as marshaL can properly receive
by the secretary to available for distribution at the N. Arrangements for the use of ON HAVANA SPECIAL THIS EVENINGAll I{I this paper. It contains state-
jeopardize marketing public library nursery on Duval i the station in sending out and receiving :: meats which reflect seriously on
agreementsand j !' I' I[ There will be maneuvers by the The executive council of the :1
street. i i senators. Some of these
quotas. reports was made by Mr.! recently organized Junior Patrol Key West Junior Patrol before: -

These and other concessions, It, is necessary that these plants1be Calvert with Lieutenant W. B.t I Dr. Robert O. Van Dsnsen, director -'. Star cast has been selected''' under the direction of Major Arthur whom will come all matters pertaining -;t' are positively scurrilous!
however may not be sufficient to distributed immediately and Jackson who was at the time of 4 'I Sheppard. Two music corps to tie patrol was elected !i i House Felt Slighted
for the floor show to be given at
induce some senators from agri- anyone can obtain them by callingat Mr. Calvert's visit in charge. I of the Fairmount Park American Legion and Junior Drum at a membership of the patrol I|I! There was far more than appeared -
cultural states to go along with- the Woman's dub library nursery. -i I Before the installation of, the, I I Country Club tonight. The pro j I and Bugle, will furnish mcsic ,for held yesterday. in Bayview Park. :>j: behind the house flare-up

out a fight. The AAA amend- ..,,4!new service on July 1, there were I I Aquarium always a welcomed, gram is 'under the direction of;.the drill maneuvers. Joe Richardson was named :i lover: the proposal to have the

ments are on President Roose five broadcasting centers in the visitor to Key West arrived today i the popular artist George White !j I A concert by the Key West Hos1 t mayor of the pstroL Other offi- :j i President's tax-the-rich program

velt's "must" program however United States at Chicago. Denver,! New song hits will be sung by 1 pitahty Band will be heard. Boat cers elected to serve with him ;,,., tacked on to the pending excise
and a showdown appears certain., Habana-Madrid Club; New Orleans and San Francisco on the HavanaS Special and' Mrs. Lois Norman and Miss racing sailing and outboard motor were: Isabelle Armayor, police tax bill in the senate.

with forecasts for the eastern win furnish thrills for the lovers justice; William Kemp chief of,<,, Since the house customarily
I will be in Key We( for about two Har-I
TONIGHT 10 TILL ? section sent out from Washington. riete Johnson. A trio horse ''I does not take
I of water sports and races police; Herbert Boy den. captain itself nearly so serif -
FERRY ARRIVES j'I With the establishment of the !IWHk *flT I Miss Alee Curry Norma and will also provide excitement. of police; Una Mae Brady Horace !!f j i ously as the senate the protestations -
4th ofJul yCelebration new center: at Jacksonville four The doctor is his Yates will sing, popular tunes in Tennis matches bicycle races Brightman and Florence Dillon:; that all revenue legislation
WITH FREIGHT, states from the eastern group are on their usual charming manner. acrcbatie exhibitions beauty contests -' commissioners. J i; must originate In the house, un-
Dance : now served from there. Florida I trip for the purpose of securing 1 I I and many forms of sport will Mayor Richardson appointed der the constitution sounded a
Gerald Finder will hit the high
North Carolina South Carolina, make the long to be re- little hollow. In
I specimens for the aquarium and' I I day one the following police : practice it is
I Big Floor Show and and Georgia, also the other south f I i mark. with his sensational steps f:'membered and add another mark Cenfield Lewin Irma Finder, Eu- i quite the ordinary thing for the
Ferry Palma! of the F. E. C.i EntertainmentMake em centers islands and countries: is now making arrangements for I in a new exhibition tap dance of credit to the long list of those gene Fabal. Jr., Margaret White I senate to amend tax bills.

Car Ferry company arrived yesterday I I mentioned above. his regular crew to at once start Songs and duets by Mrs. Lewis which have already been awardedthe Louise Nile, Joe AtwelL Jose I The real story is that various

afternoon from Havana i, Reservations Early I II I I activities. I and George White add to the Kappa Pi Club for past successful Rojel and Joseph Walker. influential house members are

with one car of cylinders one of I I Gents $1.00 Ladies Free I I t NOTICE TO MEMBERS Accompanying: : the doctor is A. 'I charm and excellence of the pro- events. I nursing a feeling that the house

guano, 90 sacks of mail and three !I 'I F. Byers. prominent young: man! gram. HOLIDAY NOTICE I has been getting the worst of it

empty cars.Auxiliary. i; TOMORROW NIGHT Don't forget Special Dance at of Philadelphia representing one i A special feature dance "Adagio HOLIDAY NOTICE I steadily under the administration

Schooner Yacht Ven-|I !I Club House tonight. The specialty of the largest paint businesses in Tango" will be given by IRa Thursday. July 4. Independence program. They complain that
Big Independence
turer. from Havana arrived in, Day numbers are exceptionallygood .: the north; who was a passenger on( Marjorie Frow and Win W.I Tomorrow. July 4th- Independence Day. a legal holiday in the State]j house roll calls have been used as

port this morning. On board were I; DANCEGood !{: and a jolly good time may: the steamship from New York to,I Swanwick. Mr. Swanwick is in the Day, this office will not be. of Florida this bank win not be trial baloons and that whenever

Captain Edmund A. Spencer and I I be expected. I Miami and was induced by Dr.i I city on a short business visit and I open for business on that day. open for business on that day. i there has been any parliamentary

crew of six. Home port* of the' Music! Swell Time! I{! a G. HICKS. I Van Deusen to continue to Key I is connected with the Acme Car- THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC CO.jly3lt.I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. I"dirty work" to do. the house has

vessel is St. Petersburg. |! ,jly3-lt Secretary.I West for a short stay. pet Service of Miami. I: j1y-2t I I been asked to take the lead.






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: ibi THE NATION'S BIRTHDAYJuly ........................ i ........................

I. : lic 1t st I KEY WEST INAYSG Today's I[ TODAY'S WEATHER 11 f fTemperatures' Today In History

Published Dally Except Sunday'By, 4th this year marks the. 159th ..: .......:. ..........
L. P,.ARTMA*. anniversary of the Declaration of Independence fI I 1608-Quebec founded by Sam-
Pnald..tJ06 Happenings Her_ Just 10 Yean .. ......... ... .
ALLEN.. Assistant. Ba.la*.a ,Maaafrr that immortal document, j Gentle to moderate easterly winds I eel de Champlain, French explorer. -
From The Citizen Building Ago Today'As Taken. From 1738-John Singleton Copley HillhHt .......,..........._....._._86 end partly overcast weather to-! .
Corner Greene and Ann Street which was made effective through the The File. Of The Citisca; relf-tacght Boston artist who lived Lowest .......m........._..._....._.......78 night and Thursday.

which in Europe after: 35 and there Mean .......__._..._.....___82 East Gulf Gentle easterly I' 1775; -George Washington took
Only. .,Dally- Newspaper- In Key Wet and Monroe blood of our forefathers and was .Fp.H-Associated Press: dispatcheswere achieved world-wide fame born in"Boston. Normal Mean ...._.................._..83 winds. command of the Continental Army
County. intended to vouchsafe to citizens of this received last night in The! Died Sept..0, 1815. RainfallYesterday's I it Cambridge; Mass.

Entered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter nation the right to life, liberty and the, Citizen office. covering the figh? I' Precipitation 4.12 Ins. WEATHER CONDITIONS I
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR in New York at Madison! Square 1746-Henry G rat tan. Irish Normal Precipitation .... .09 Ins. 1890-Idaho admitted to State-
.'pursuit.of happiness. Garden. The messaged! came orator-statesman, born. Died Tain reran rovera S4-a.ar "" 1'1 Pressure continues, high throrghout -! hood.
:Merher ef tfc_* Aaaaelated PnwThe A resolution favoring independencefrom I radiate. al H .rlark this. w.ralac- the country east of the Plains
: ; quickly and a few minutes. after a June 6. 1820.. '
Associated: Press I Is cxcluslTely entitled to use blow was the fight fans Tomorrow Alssamac I State. Atlantic City N. J.. 30.36. 1898-Spanish fleet destroyed
fur republication of all new. dispatches credited to England was introduced in' the.Con. struck I Sun rises .......-........... 5:42 a. m. by American in battle of Santiagode
It or Dot.otherwise credited la:this paper and ..Iso'i were hearing thestory as direct 176C-Preserved Fish, noted inches and low over the Pocky'Mountains
June 7 1776
tinental Congress, on by from the detailed Sun Seta .....m.. '."U" 7:21 p. m.1| Cuba. _
---the local news published here.'NATIONAL Richard Henry Lee.of Virginia and on ringside. The merchant and shipowner': : his I Moon rises ............. .. 9:02 a. m.1 I : and Plateau region*.'
account.of, the Tights were readdirect day. born at Portsmouth, R. I. Tonopak. Xev.. 29.78 inches. Showers .
Moon sets ...<.............. 9:59 a. m.: -' 1925-Thieves robbed jewel
EDITORIAL; June, 10, a, committee composed of Thomas office. to the fight fans from the J Died July 23, 1846. Tomorrow's Tide. I and thunderstorms have occurred -, from the sacristy of the Basilicaof

J.I ASSOCIATION/ Jefferson, chairman, John Adams Ben- the E. G. Hyder manager of in I P.M.I I during the last 24 hours!I' St. Peter Rome; recovered thenext
1935 Western Union company A.M. from the lower
/"Yl.LlH. .eA- Mississippi
<:= 1825-George W. L. Fox, notedantcmime Valley 1
jamin Franklin R. R. Livingston and Key west, arranged a perfect mea actor born in Boston. ,High _........._.....12:10 i eastward over Georgia and North day.

II BjlCRIPTJON R TES Roger Sherman was appointed to draw upa enger service and there was not Died Oct. 24, 1877. 11:51 Carolina in the Lake region, portions -I| ...........,11..'. .... l.K ll.trl-
ODe Tear 110.1.00" suitable declaration in accordance with I one minute of delay. Low u..u..m.. 5:09 6:24 I of the Plains States, and on I THE SEMINOLE
Six Months Barometer 8 today the Florida Keys. The rainfall at
: Lces.; 1827-William H. Hurlbert. a. m. :
%.50 resolution.The I
Three Month Months .15 The Key West Boy Scout Band brilliant American journalist ol Sea level, 3004.WEATHER I Key West yesterday was 4.12 inches i"'
Declaration of Independence was which is being fostered by the which is the ; ";
Weekly %0 his age born at Charleston. S. C.II I Temperature" 'i>'" "jh
written by Jefferson, with slight amendments Exchange Club will be providedwith Died in Italy. Sept. 4, 1895. FORECAST j October 1933. j I '" !
ADVERTISING RATESlade instruments Consul changes have been !'
by Cubap I jreneraly slight j .
) known on application. : by Franklin: and Adams and was oha1 4k
Domingo Milord according to an II and reading are above normal 1
(Till 8 p. m., Thursday) i IQ ::
1851 ram W. Small. Atlanta .
SPECIAL AOTICB presented. the Congress on June 28. It announcement made at a meeting I this morning in most section from ,: h+-
Ga. editor, evangelist, Key West and Vicinity Partly, : }.
cards of thanks, resolution*,of I newspaper # : I
All reading notices, was adopted on July 4, and that date be- of the club yesterday. There Is the Plains States eastward.Today's .
and Thursday
political and religious writer born cloudy tonight
respect obituary notices,.et*, will be charged for at considerable trained talent in the 1 ? I
the rate of 10 cents a line. came recognized as the birthday of the West at Knoxville, Tenn. Died Nov. 1: ...............0..1 .fii;
boy cout; troops inr Key .. 1
entertalnmenta churches from which t21, 1931. .'0 .. ,
by :
Notices for : ..nat on. \
check the reveals that
of boys Horoscope
r..nae' 5 cents line. i Jarkaaallle. FUrMaCll
a Is to be derived are a -- 1: l
The Citizen is an open forum and Invites discus After the document had been engrossed there will be a,sufficient numberof 1898-Thomas Boyd novelist D'.1.l.lx I .': ,...e... f e........ .. % n. (.RI"".'". Maaasjer
sion,of public.Issues and. subject<< of.local or generalInterest on parchment it was signed by the capable musicians. to form an ( A human, borne-like. institution
"not excellent band.Arriving and biographer born at Defiance. t 0r'- i, Today indicates one who is tool where you will rind .r I..h.....
will publish anonymous
but ....
,delegates.present in Congress on August Ohio. Died at Ridgefield. Conn., impulsive and ardent. The nature!romfr and .1' meat a matter -
I of
.. great importance
Jan. 27, 1935.Today's. : is hopeful and often confident'!
2. 1776, and by the absentees on later :: yesterday afternoonover i -

dates. One delegate, McKean of Delaware the East Coast Railway were ........................ I .l,6. w II and will recuperate quickly, which A steel the fI"p.f. heart. hulldlsa.f Ike stir l.eateal.i
fortunate for there will be.
Mrs.\ Gabriel L. Lowe of Tampa t r -
did not sign until 1781. ahd her sister. Mrs. Henry MOM : Birthdays: I t. .many ups and downs due generrally ; Every Room with Combination Tub
C''r )) to jumping too quickly at and Shower. Ilath. Radio, RlettrlIVilltiK
Of the ,56 signers, seven had become and daughter. Miss Henrietta o. ..... ran. Slat Pour fur Summer
WILL always seek the truth and print i it etcoe0ee Thuaderthowera conclusions. Curb this propensity j
Moss of Miami. Mrs. Lowe was Partly Cloudy Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
since 4 and of .
members Congress July U. S. Senator A. Harry Mooreof : and much trouble will be avoided ,! :IIattrr".... of Inner Spring Construction -
without fear and without favor; never be before marriage Miss Ruth Can- probably thundershowers Thursday : and Individual KtaovTH
those presen on that date seven never New Jersey born at Jersey -
field and Mrs. Moss was Mies : inlt Lamps. ,
afraid to. attack wrong or to applaud right; ; gentle to moderate easterly' !
signed the Declaration. Two, of the sign- Florence Canfield. They are City 56,years ago. windi IlATES
always fight for progress; never be the or- BumsteadsWormSyrupTe sisal.
ers, Adams and Jefferson, became Presi- guests of their brother-in-law and Florida fair n__.. Prl.... Hath .. S2JMI
: Generally -
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique sister.: Mr and Mrs. Edwin H, Mrs. Ida B. W. Smith of Iowa. tonight:, ehlldreai .. anrri af mars." HTnrItnetlnna Nfl itw>.. Private Hath' .. .. SJMItMma.
dent, ,and nearly all played important rolesin and Thursday except scattered are1.I.wed.. ivkr .6 M Private XIM
Roberts at the home 526 Frances president of the W. C. T U.. bornin Ilath "
faction class always do its utmost for the : __ .
or ; thundershowers after.noon. "' .LIt".It." .carrkr asi a 34 KXMBB. Private nark .. .. 3.54
the early days of the Republic.AS streets., Philadelphia 64 years ago. Thursday; _1 .f H.*:>T"MN. ..n _..._ fall dwa.r ._.. ...
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or I ...... .ta. "..,. ....... ..-...... SaaiBle R. Private Hath <
I. ar u. MB a fertile.IM. !'iIUnIT' I\rHFA! FOR DULBLJI
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; Jacksonville to Florida Straits:! C. A. tm!>ra.M, U. rhYeddtdJ.' .t('t.L 1.CY:
SHIPS COME AND GO Because of the family prestigethe Henry G. Leach of New York .
individual City, of the Society -- -- --- -- -- ----- -- ---
commend good done, by or organization announcement of the marriageof president Poetry

tolerant of others rights views and Miss Maude E. Perpall, daughter of America,born in r
.; Closely following the scrapping of of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. phia 55 years ago.
opinions; print only news that will elevate Philadel-I'
,the great Cunard liner :Mauretania word Perpall of Miami and Edwarl
and not contaminate the reader; never com Jacques, will be received with Harry F. Payer of r't be JfoqdivinkedACCEPTING !
comes that the longtime pride of the White
promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS much cordial interest., The wed- lawyer former assistant secretary
'Star line the Olympic, will follow her rivalto ding was.a pretty event of Thurs- of state born in Cleveland. 60 'Do .

the boneyard.Both day. June 25, at the home of' thebride's years ago. IMITATIONS
parents in Miami.
-. of these great vessels are cap- Dr Hubert Work of Colorado To Icd the esigmal I Dnia 100% Pan Paint

.FOR.KEY WEST able of further service, but they are too Two switch engines of the Florida physician, cabinet officer under Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. mm MOT
ADVOCATEDBY THE CITIZEN Harding born at Marion Center look for Da"ia 100% Pure Paint has often keD IIADI
to in competition with East! Coast operating at the
expensive operate .
...... ... '
Key West terminals last night hada Pa., 75'years ago: .107 imitated but nncr 4uplicaec4. "',. ..:..
this Label
those monsters of speed and luxury "E :
new t '
which resultedin Davis 100'J. Pun Paint conform with :yh :
head on collision
1. Water and Sewerage., like France's Normandie, Italy's Rex Germmy.'s both machines! being injured. Gregory; Mason anthropologist- :' -.. an pun paint Laws aM it the only pent. G.UOs :.:.--
explorer born in New York. 46 PUt 2. Bridge to complete, Road to Main Bremen and Europa, and Britain'snearly but not to any great extent. No PAINT ,- I
one was injured in the accident years ago. for this *
land. I completed Queen Mary.: look the Label- ':;

and within a short time after the ,.,...._____ .... .
S. Ames
I The Olympic was a sister ship of the Joseph retiring a*aj> .rl'am&Wf.a..aiIaoA8 -taear*
3. Tree Port. I collision both engines were backin president of Johns Hopkins born oar ....._ .... ...J. kr m m Bthiaterv sad oU larovs*>.0.........y, oL. :[ j.
Titanic destroyed in collision with an ice- commission proceeding with the
4. Hotels ind Apartments. work of switching.At at Manchester Vt., 71 years ago. TIIEI JIDAVIS.CQ, GI4INisMd89fJ MLTIMOREMUCorner ,
berg on her maiden voyage in 1912. The
5. Bathing, Pavilion. : G. C. 1 ROBERTS, Caroline and WHliam Streets I'
Mauretania was a sister ship of the Lusi-' least a thousand persons will Mrs. Peter Olesen of Minn., lec .. .. .. ,
6. and Sea. Democratic born at
Airports-Land turer. leader '
tania, sunk by a German submarine in take the Defense' -
part in Day parade -
WaterviIIe, Minn., 50 .
years ago. .
7. Consolidation of County and City -
1915. which will form 4 o'clock tomo"'ow -- -- ----

Governments. at the corner of Whitehead Prime Minister Richard B. Ben- .. .
Even in prosperous times, the demandfor rll.l'I'II'I'.IIII': :

accommodations on the largest liners is office and by Captain in front Warren of the Wat-post- nett of Canada 65 born in New :... .: 1. !j e. .. .............................................., c
)! years ago.
limited, and passengers; naturally like to TOU3 who will be marshal of the ..
Subscribers deserve praise when
great I
After the which
travel the largest and fastest. The event. parade! Subscribe to The Citizen.
they remember to keep their subscriptionspaid will disband at Bayview Park, aprogram .
operation of such is practically impossible of readings vocal and instrumental r
in advanc. fling 8 o'clock there will be a.
without large government subsidies. The l numbers will be rendered street dance; 8:30 o'clock the Dv S- .. '

new Normandie cost $53,000,000 to build, by lIome'of the bet talent_ I, grand ball will start at the Athletic 4' "
If all the smart, alecs were buried to- in the city. club. : .. i
and operating expenses for each round I
day'the world would have new by
crop Atlantic E. A. Strunk of the l
trip across the are placed at manager
sunrise tomorrow. South Florida Contracting and Engineer BENJAMIN LOPEZ

.250000. I company; has kindly offered FUNERAL HOMES Celebrate the 4th WithBIG
J July ,
Since the laying up of the Leviathan I the use of one of his trucks to Key s'
not be able rviaj
The senate to
may save some time ago, the NormAndie, 79,000 I the members of,Key West Temple Half Century
the blue eagle from extinction but.it is determined Pythian Sisters to be used is the :' :
tons is more than three times as large as 24.Hour Ambulance Service 'I'IH
that the bad eagle be kept alive.It American merchant I rarade on the afternoon of July 4. Licensed Embalmer' i ir
the largest: ship afloat
Phone 135. Night 696-W, : .
Norbeck's bill I
passed prohibiting which is the Manhattan, of only 24,289 Editorial Comment: A bathingpavillion. ;

destroying. the. great American em- 'tons. I an improvement advo-I I
blem. cated daring the past three w :.. BANGS
.1..1. I by The, Citizen is :about to be KEY WEST .


While Congress has willingly jumped
Approximately 1SOO persons will In the Center of the Business -
through the hoop at the commanding whipof a recent address Captain Rich- I arrive in Key West tomorrow. The i

the master, 'it i is going through the act mond P. Hobson declared that the trafficin I They will consist of Shriners and and Theater District '

with a lesser degree of, enthusiasm and narcotics is a cancer which has been their famines and friends from First: Class-Fireproof-: : :

with some show of sullenness in certain at the vital of the 'world for Miami\ to attend'the great Shrine S..sib1.. Rate
organs in
ceremonial which is to be held

quarters within the fold. 200 years, and that the power of American Key W eot., 'The visitors will arrive I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

is based it in 16 Pullman cars due 4 o'clock in Half Price
gangsters and racketeers upon ii-iiSpecial !
I the morning. At 11:30 o'clockthe Car... Elevator |
There are a number of things God rather} than upon\ liqucr. Shrine Patrol will hold their I Popular, Prices, :

cannot do, infallible thought he be. One He asserted that most of the bandits I drill at Bayview Park.: In the eve- Ir

of the things is to please all; he cannot and gunmen who rob and kill are dope ':. .-. on ..- : .

make it rain and not rain at the same! time. addicts who are controlled body and soul ---'-"----- .

Some people want it to rain and some do : by those higher up. He believes the hopeof : t : :

not, so he lets nature take its course. the world lies in educating the youngto ,
We will be consult about
pleaaed hare us
,you ,
the horrors of the "living death" of the how Heavy Artillery Light Artillery j|:

Since there are millions of Americans dope fiend. Tracing the steps by which you,can, ; '

without work the question of deportationof the drug habit is formed. Captain Hobson :

aliens is of paramount interest.. They told. of the physical and mental agony : Bombing Plane, it*

should be deported and their jobs given to suffered by those who "get hooked" by Build-,; Buy,. or : :

loyal and industrial American citizens. dope. Then the habit is confirmed the ad- : --
:Key West has its share of those who do dict will resort to any means whateverto t : Rkcztcc Your Homeor H. Battleship Machine Gun: |-

not desire to become American citizens but obtain his daily supply of drugs and '

who are willing to be supported by the I, thus becomes a prey for those who would. ,

government. The Citizen is wholeheartedly use him to further their evil purposes. repair,or:modernize. type.of s i' Ii

l in favor of, Congressman Dies' bill deporting -I For several years Captain Hobson, building on.insured creditThe ,

all aliens, radicals Communistsand i Spanish-American war hero of Merrimac I
Your home i i&. worthy of the best"South
all institutions fame has devoted himself to the
others who do not like our -! fighting .

dance, our of this laws number or'our of country.undesirables The, estimated rid-:i of drug the traffic Narcotic and Defense dangers,Foundation and...is president, with .I ;. { f sJ Nafion i; Bank: of Key; West. : Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. t ti'acn

at more than fifteen million, will ]I I headquarters in New York. II
Under the
Approved Mortgage :
be a considerable aid to our reco\'ery. The I! \ 1 J .; .: 503- White and Eliza Streets :

United States should rid itself of these If all the farmers raised all that they I 1 .. .'

weeds before the growth is still con- J'[expect the surplus would be big enough to' FEDERAL HOUSING! ADMINISTRATION' II ...................... ..........................................a.4 ..... 1,

I last for decades. :I'.I .II.JJ.I' r .lJI
trollable. 1
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-' -. __ SAME -Art Lot r--'H- NAMF. AUT." 1 i I -" _, ..
"f.-A-Tle&: (S Acres on S. side of VE end of : -n-F1.fOS TVyrant,: J. Foster 344 '
.I-: : _' Key West adjacent to Eastern orl'pper t"-- 22: Fl>20 Wjrant, J. FosterWysant I cI Y
w Martrllo:. Towers 0324)C5 ) 23 Fl-205 J. Foster === t:1:: a!iiB

Acres *. ,. ..,..,. _'_.._.:_-:_. Pan American Airways Inc. 3M.89KLA.ND ANGLF.R. PARK. KEY: I.4RRO. PEAT: BOOK 1. PACE IS*
Notice la huebT.D' flit tth'ol1o..ln.. describe lands, or somuek'lhereof .
.4>F KEY, LARGO PT. LOT '.2., 3, 4. 1" 14. LOT U.'I2. 13:
aa wilf be necessary to path* a'mount du. for: lazes of See. Two. R. Acres ; >.:c. 14. T {'r. (l. R.' :s* I I ,:.
It (aerel III.! set :opposite. to. the name, logether'wltb' the> cost. of nuch sale Pt. GOT. Lot 2. i 5 11 1 fcweetln'r.:: F. E. _._.-T- 1.45 e >:o.a

and advertising, will he Hold at public auction on Monday the Sin day 'A4-600 _....._._ 10, CO 40 5U Gladden Jos. _.____ 15.73 l & le._ ....._>.__ ..- Sweetlnir. F. ..:. __ _. _.m __ "_ 245. :
of n: ISIS the Court Cor, Lots 1 and 2. Leesley-Jackson Properties, 7- :u. SweetlBB F. K. .... ___ ___ 2.451 I !jI
August A. al the hour of 12 o'clock at House
PS-lit _....;....:._ 19 a> 41 53% In..m .___. n." TAFR\IEH U ICUT-! KEY "60. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE !'"6 .-_F
door, the Couatlof Monroe. In the City of Key 'Vt t, State of FlorMa. Lot Sor.
Wallace. Ida I.S'
-- _.l 41. F5-137 __...14 Cl 39 10 MaloneVm.. H. .._.__.__ 2542 J 1 D -.U -_'. L wf'; A: 3. i' felanton. I. V 11." I. lit 152 C. 7. n". .30

Pt. Lot 9, A2-48C 28 Ct 2t 1.% Model Imd.('...' 24.42 J2. __.._._.. -.,...._._.._ ._ Cribb. Ellen 1. .........._._... 344 11 Ii: _'___ J..nes Jones';4. a Il:. ..,..._ .n..... 1 1.:&.
rAH!?. AMT.Ar ., H. Lot' 15. 1C, 1'Z' KENO LARGO CIT1. INDTSTRIAL RC. PLAT NO. a I I U 153 .l....cd O. '.' ,_.. 1.:to
Pt, Tfumbo Is16ad. ( | Station Florida Ea t,C.oe.Ht"I... :le. D3-102 __.... 32 n 39 4% Johnson W,. B. _____ 1474I 'PT. !!EC, 31. TN P. ... It. 40. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE I:. ; 153 _.__- Rhodes, 5mtt _.._ 130Avres.
AJOtB') _.._._..._. ::. Co ... ._...._._: ._.. .. 3 100.'t I 137 :: -' '
:; : LANUOF..'. -- KEY LARGO 27 II ._.__.._._ .:,.__ "MramT TUnk & Trust C... .... 1.45 I Emile __ I.SO
Lot Skjr. Pt. COT. Lots 1 tf 9 .. Lucas, Anna ._. .... 1.4* : .._ _._
::::1 4 20' B of W': C-4S. Al-l0' Albury. Miriam Est.;ii-, : ::? 3042 2. (%-11" 1)1-:' ;: 9.:=::=:::::::: :=:=_-__:'.:_ Ijuraft. Fannie =-- : ::. ... ._ 1.45

1 23 C1-1q Stvart. David1* 25.42 __ .._ ..:.,. Frances H. G1.125 .___ ._ .___ __ _____ ._ ........ .
174 23 6! 38 20 BiRelow.i, Hal 41 OO 24 11 surbwrhan. Holding!!; Co. 2.4*,
I'2 24: BI: -2JJ' ___.______ _, Delaner.. Sybil' C:. .. ... ....._._. 18..24 :1 11 Gl-125 _. __... ._ .. ...__ Surburban Holding Co.KEY ...._ 245 1 ?_. ..
rt. spt 32 LU-34 .._ .__..__ Robert, Geo. .'. _._ .. ... 304.2 ISLAND,OP, KK.1'; LIRO. P"Ar.R.OO: : 1. P4; f.R.44, .. __,_ _.
? iPt. 3t A2-15-1 _.___ Pongvr. Sebastian ..' ..' 2S.(: Lnt J!, 'Oe.:11 .27(34( C2 38 33. f't..rllng.mutal _..._.. 1..._ 11.43 L.4RGO. "COTTAGE OITE. PRK. PLAT NO. 0. rUT HOOK :L' 1 :I 111 .__.._.. ... '
2 3< UJ-41 _.-==- Frleiro.I ; Francisco"k ,_ : : C5.37 KE1 PLAT ROOK t. PAGE Ma l'%<.rfX* PT. "HTWP.. R. 45 t i IIR l'JI-11
%! LAND 'HCoO.
OF '
PU 2 30 A of,W. 353 ,. Albary. Charlotte.SS' : ..J.. ... ... 75. .:3 1 1 I .. -.=._ Miami Hank K. Trust Co .. 945 __. ..
Pt 4Pt J-3I8--S: r___....__ Tut:le K. B. _. .. .. 40 40 Lot C, B5-f5 .. : 34 12' 38 5 Cushman. John' it. __..2...'.... 1543 1 3 :::::-:::: :::=_::::_: _.::::.::: :::::::-..:: Miami l.ank, Ae :Trust Cn.: : 1:45 ..._..._ ,. ?_

3Pt. 44 D3-247 CareMary'Liltian I _' 25.42 Lot 15. C1-5S2 34 C2 38 10 Parrach Grace W, '- 30/.2 2 ::1 ._._.._.._____ -- ...m_.._.._ Miami Hank &0 Trust Co. 1.45
1It 43 i3-24 '=.:.==== McCa-le'Sybil Ki r.:::.::.= 15.43IT IftfWkM, .OK KE\. L4R4.0 PLAT BOOK .. PAGE _! J ::1 ...___..-. .. __...__m........ :Miami Bank &: Trust Co. 1.41 __......._ .

1' 48 IJ3-2.3 .- .. Brady: Willis .'.,-y, .-_ .43 Lot 8. _._ 6 c: :39 IS A1 burr, Edmund .....____._'_ 45.49 4 J .._._____._._._._.._,.__ Miami Bank& Trust Co. __- 1.45 .. .v..... _..
Pt: 4 .es' ZZ-285": :: =-::_.- == Thompson Samuel: -_ :::: :: : 17.43Pt. ZZ:2J4, i. J H3.3.. __........ ... __ Freeman Eloise :M. _.... ... J." 5 249 -_ _. Riser, C. H. ?.. ,T ._._ n I.:3ft
2 :2 4'534 .- Herrmann. 4as4. '... ........ 7 44 DOVE- KEY S :3 -..... Miami Bank & Trust Co. 1.45'I
Pt. 1.2. 61 i3-40 :.:.:::.._._.._._ Frlero, Franclscw R. __ .= 404: for Lot 4. Gl-200 13 C2 38 4*: Webster.. Jas. O ___ 5.45tov. : 1 2....,. .-_ ?- _...___._ _..... _. Miami Hank & Trust Co. _.. 1.45I POINCIN. MAINLAND. PLOT BOOK 1. PAGE. .174
Pt. 2 .&. C3-24. .______ :w.<,auley. Sybil E. 20.43 ( Lnt 2?cI-:" 18 C2 U *. Webster. .1.&: n. "'_'_ 1.45 3 ._ Miami Bank X. :Trust: .Co. 45 SEC'S. :3. 4. .. TW P. S*. R. SI *
It 3 56; A 54Pt ..._..-- -.- (aah5 Robert H. 30.42 TAlrRNIEK: KK\ : 3 --_._-_._..__..._..._:: ._ : : Miami: Bank & Trust Co. :::: 1:45 HHOTION:
: 3 31r ZZ ::: Cuiterret; Cella ... 3042 : II :3 I .___.._____. ._ Miami Bank &; Trust Co. 1.45 C ____.__... ._... ....... Sholl. ......_ ....._ LSe
Pt. 1' .S.,* 112-484': A5-140 --=- Peterson C. I.'' ft. Mimi _. .. 45,40 Got. Lot 1. C5-77 35 C2 :38 11' Matacumbe Realty Co. C.45lJo 11 3 .___.__._____._. ....-- .... __ Miami Bank &: Trust! Co. 1.45: I 7 .-.--.... ..... Mioll. ( ._-. ..._....._.._.._.... .1.11
I>t. 2 Cl T>3-lt4 __... Saeda. .'a-.I_P: ...__.__..u,.. J... '\. Lot 1. C5-77 2 C3 38. 9\! Matacumbe Realty C.. ..__.. 5,43PLANTATION.13' 17 J _. ____._._....._..... Miami tank Jt Trust: Co. 1.4$ 6 i' ._.._.. _._ Wine. Hb. : .__. .._....__-..-.._-.-- 13OC
Pt. 1 C2W203 _..____ Carl>obelt.. 'Fernanda .....__.. 27.41. OK. LONG. ULAND., PLAT, ; BOOK. I, PAGE 'Jit T4\ERNILR BR4CH. KEY I.\H( 1. 51 : = .,__ _.._ .._......_ ) : -_..__ ...1.30
Lot 8qr.'!:r. >' rt.t Gov. Lot 1. ll! 'LOTSk11.ILSEC:34.TWP02.R:38 t 4 __. _...._. .._ ... Sowle. P. .._ _. I.SO
J>t. 1: 1' 3 Al.no. Palomarefl, Moreellno, (... __ 10.44. D3-C8 .._:... 4 C3 :38 11% Kellum. Medford. Rosa __ 32.71 12 4C --....---....._., Rhnadeo. Scott Mrs. ...._.----...... 130POINCMNA.
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Ih-Uoe.; Susanna '1LT It. 4, 4 P2-4I7 -- m H.nOI'v"; h. __. ._......._____ 1.4*
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SEA !i. MIN"I.
Pt. 1 I' 4. F .SlI __._ I rowers. 'JOB: P. ...::_.._ 15'.b7 'C5-7C .... ._._.___ a C3 38 1 Iala..umbeRt'.ItT Co. .....__. J." PINJ. ''HEiTi VINL4ND. PI.AT ROOK 1. PAGE. M !lEC'!,. 3: 4.AND.* 8V.PLAT TW P. ROOK 6* H. 31 1. PAGE--174. -
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Pt 4 4 _
A2-312-14 80.38Pt. '
Fleitas. Secnndlno .
: PLANTATION Pli ? -- : M : & 21. T\ S4. R. 34
: 1 4 4 1.357 _.. Corral. Luis Fc .=::.: .: 4540 *' ,KEY LONG : i. PAGE M
Sub Lot Sqr.Tr._ : Lot _. "FltsiC 78, C3 :38. 44 Williams. Nellie L. .. 'm..__. Si33Lul 9 48 Grossman. Fred F. ._.. 1':8
'I.' Pt. 4 6 4 GI.sn Bodine. Susanna H. _...._... SO 34 I 4t C4-185; 7.s C3 38 ";j Watkins Properties Inc. 8135 I 8 60 _..._ Pomciana c.... n u _. __ 1.30'
Pt. of SLot A1.154. __..__ lialdaxarre, MIdano": _.._.__ :'..:1 PLANTATION: KEY OR LONG ISLAND : >r 10 5C ___ Grossman.! Fred .. u 1.30
Sqr.Tr. 1 : 11 68 Spear. e.\ u _'n'n___________ 1.30
GOY. Lot 2. C4-18C 7 C3 38 41V. Walkins Properties Inc 83.35Cloy : x'Tsc : I
Gonsalez. IteKrare M. (Rob-' Lot 1. -t&.. 17 C3 38 U Watkins Properties loess... 1.45It. ,, -c M l"O"r..4.'U." : PLAT HOOK 1. PAGE (74HC
tl 3 2, 5' D2-33S. D3-77 _"_ erts. Iternando.F.; et. ux) 15.73 Cov. Lot 1, -c !' 3. 4. Jfc. ... TW P. M. VI. St:
Lam! 1 1. u..nO.l __ Costar J. ,II. ______ ._. ..__..._ 3.ItUS ...: C4-18C ._ 18 C3 38 5*' Watkins Properties Inc. 117.42Pt. "a g ; ..Ftn !1KCTION:
Pt. f 4 & __.__ Larsen Bernard t_ ._: _. .._- 27.41 .
Co*, Lot 2, : I 10 J Albnry. Rover L. ..____ 1.39
WAIJ RLI."! Binimm: 9>. PLAT; BOlC'( 1. PAGH _/ C4-IKC '_ .__. ..... 18 C3 38 2
PL 0 f 1. ,"V.U'. _._._. Robeits.. HeveIand. __._._ __ :'.42 PI.I Gov. Lot 4. ., ", C w a iiJ 5 23 -'-'a-"-'-'- l'arllnn..L O 4 Anna ___________ 130:
Pt... I. C4-IKC_ ... .. .. 18 O 58 17'!. Watkins Properties One 35.70 < -:** --.0: !I I, 1C 23 __ Pvmciana "'0. u .n .._.,.._ 1.30
4 7 'A4-.4S. Bl-3 Larsen. Louis .. \ PLANTATION KEY OR. '.0"" I"LANI>. PLAT ROOK 1. PAGE I"Lota Lot f'qr. t! 18 23 Parsons H. C Anna 30
:: 4 7 A4-413 :_.. .:== Park Oeo' f." :: :: .:...._..... .. Iii: 5. lib AS-atl I 8 C3: n 11*. Albury U..... M. ...._ _. ._ 2442. 23: 2 _. : God..ley. Helen WT. ...._.._...30 ..01I 1 31 =-==-=== McDonald. Samuel ... ...=:-== .: t.30
4. 7 A4-413._:..__ : Park; (:eo_ O. : ._,, I, WlNDLKl ."..."n. PLAT BOOK PAGE 54Pt. > t J _.........____ Turner J. II. .. .. ..___. 1.30 ..11I 2 31 __, ___ McDonald. Samuel _.____.__._ 1.30
BK:\J.; AI.MIHV" SIBDIYiS10.RM1K 1. PACE:;.3h0- i Gov. Lot '1 '' 1.. I 15 3 G2-135.-._._._. lltals. Porter V. .. .. ....00... 1.30 ..01i :3 31 __..___ McDonald, Samuel ......_..___ 1.:30
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24 Turner, J. B.Riitker .._ 1.30 .01 3 60 Johnson. Adnlf u 130
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4c 1 7 8..300 __._ Archer G.... F. _..___ f.... P3-1 23 C3 37 7 Russell Lenoy 2O.7SIKLA i 23' I: :"h'--. ... .. _. :::::: :::::: A Snider: :: ::..:: 1.30 .el 2 51 ___"___ Nelson Oscar. F. ._.__. ___. HO
Pt. :f : 7 V\-295 Carey.; J. T. P.' __._. 2542 I ,.D Of. IPPKM :VATACtMBK.. PLAT BOOK 1. PACK -41 7 D3C Kohl A.'(. .... 1.39 ..01S :3 51 _____.._..,_ Nelson Oscar F. u___._.... LaO:
7 VV"20S .=== Knowles. Mary Sarela. ., :__...= 45.40.Pt. Lot 3. U2-I-0 :3"2" CS :37 C"% Deacon Richard ._.___ 10034, 1) _:::::::::: _-::::'::-:.. ::: Kohl A.: C...::.:.::.:_ 130 .01 3 53 ._..___ Johnson Ale! ..__._...__. 130
rt. "S' :3 7 R-170.._.00'_'_ \ Luisa ..._._..._.__......,.. It. Lot 3. U;-$7ta: : C3 17 5% Monsal\atre. Merlin __"'._, 10O34 '
' Ft. 10.11 J 7 FJ-517: ..._....__.__.. Itodine, Susanna: II....__.-... Pt.; Lot 4. D3-221: PINrdlEVT" : HEIGHTS "'1"I..,"n. PLAT BOOK I. PAf.Fwyi. 13.4 POINCIAN. "."""" "0. PLAT BOOK. PAGE' 174.
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Jii'.1 !and 22- _.r 32 C3 37 1'eacock. Margarita Valle 23.72 .. SEC:: 7I5: T\\'P. M. n. 3425 d. SECS. 3,. 4. *. 0 TW'P.*34k K. SI "

Pt. Lot 4. P2-310 32 C3 37 Patten. Ports I_ .__.__._ 1044 4 C.!-!.: .__...._."...*.:._ :Veacham Kelley R. ......_._ 1.30 ... I SECTION C '
Lot Sqr. Tr.. It. Lot S: D2-4SO 32 C3 37 2tt, Archer Charlotte 11. __..___ n." 2C 4. G%-:33 __'_.- ..... Meachatn. Kelley R. __ _.__._ 1.30 .01 15 7 ---....---.- Folts. R. 1L _..._. ........ 130:
20 :r 18' cn.u; Phelan John 3. .tal 1." PL, Lot S, U..... 6 C4 37 Potter Berniee S. 10.44INLAND 33 4 G2-2 2 ....__...... .... Mr-chant. <'has S ._ ..___ 1.SO .01 I 14 1C __...__._.._.._ Challener. Edith: G. ),Ira. _'" 1,30

..._._ ... _. ... ........ __.... __ 15 ___.__ ....__._ ..
21 J I' nl.S.i _ Phclan.Jnbn .J. eta? 1. !! OF IPPEH: M4T4.CISIBE: .: 34 4 G2-252 .. Meachanr. Clias: S. _.... 130 .01 1C Stanton Floyd _.._ ISO:
2: J I' 01.51 __ Phelan John ... e.al __ 1.44 Pt. Gor. Lots 1. 15 _......._._. ? ._- Ritchie. 'Florence A. '..-'...._ 1.3OPOINCIANA. .01. 23 21 _._____ Norment. JR. ........_.___ 1.30
n J 18 Gt.it; _.___ Pb.la. John ... .tal _....._ 'l.ft 5.3,82.290 6 C4 37 S'/j Lumley &; Saunders,______ 14.74 MAINLAND. PLAT ROOK 1. PAGK 174 12 25._ __._..____..__ SiKnorini. Uiig-l .. _. ___...____.._ 1.30
U I Ie UI.50. Phelas. John .I: etal _..._ 'l.ft Pt. Oov. Lots I. : Sr.C: ,' Z5 I 18 OI"Oi _.___ Phelan John ... et.1 1.U ., 2., 3. G4-3TO: _. C Ct 37 2 ilerrick, Eunice _________ 60." ,' -. SECTION- .. 9 29 _______._._...__ Graham Jesse. H. ............__ 1.30
24 J 1. 01.5 5--._.. Ph..lan. John 3. elal 'l.ft Pt. Gor. Lots 1. I, 1. 2t _..___._...____ Graham. Jesse II. ..... ._'... 1.3OPOINCIAN
Z1 :3 18 G1-505' Pbelan John J.: etal_ 7.tt 2.. 3. G4-330_ C C4 37 2". Ford L. :'i. 3072
II :3 11 0..505 Phelan John 3. eta. T.U Pt. Gov Lots 1. '. """I.A\.O. PLAT ROOK 1. PAGE 174.
Bub. 'I'r. yo ".;rs. 3, 4. A *. Tn P. : K. St
8Qr. 2.. 3tl3lU': C C4 :37 9 Merrick Eunice 36,71n.
I U' 1. D'l1 Navarro :Mary H. s..5 I : (;o..' Lots 1. 5 u ahCT107'

10 II It DZ.2U Navarro1.Iar. n.. ---.;...' 5.45 : 2. 3. U2-C20._ S. 64 37 lea Lumley &; Saunders _____ $.74 -.,,-C.. .>. 3 {I _._._. Beerman,' "harles __. .. 1.30
Lot Sqr. 'Tr.FL INDIAN KEY -.. ".!:.; 8 4 .___._ Beerman, Charles ... 1.30
I I 11 DI.f21: Rivas, Fr..k ....21J I .. ersn 8 9 Bro -n. K >t. I' J II QJ.1t ...-:...._. FTlelro. Francisco R. Y.. 10.31 Lot,!. GJ-450-2._ 13: C4' 3C 84 110 .'arth. Ca'pt'r---:; 3540 .., 1C 25 ====::==::: Rachman. K. S. ....: :::: __ L30POINCIAN
Sub. Lot Sqr, Tr. SHELL KRY e
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17 2 Pt.PL 1 5 0 II 11 C3-b 713.234-= Perez Parka., Geo. (. _+_._ 27.41 50.30PL Lot 1. H3-3C9: _.. 25! C3 3C 4C> Hoult Oscar M. __I ... 24.42LoT' \ E oc"a SE'si 3: 4. A O.. TW P. S. R.. 31.K'TIOV

:I PL 1 0 11 CI-U __ Parka. (1e. G. .. .."..._.._.--.._ I.... 1: EJ.U'UI': C3 3C 6633'; llnutte. Oscar M. 3544. 4f':,. cF K

PL', '''J 1'l. 1 11 YY.1t CI..rt. Enrique--_..._ 2..3 LONG. KRl 1C 4 F4-12 _.__.__ Grant H. II. ......._.__.._ _ 1.30
f Pt 1. 0 11 yy.Z" (1ispert Enrique i..U Lot 1. Except 1 11 Smith. c. D. $1.11 17 4 F4-129 ...._____..... ... Grant H. II. ........_......_____ 130
i.PI" I 0 11, TT-250ilsperl. JoQrlqu 00-.- Sji42 'R'W.'! W-3U. A246C II lJ ____.--:..:...._ Smith C. II. _. ___.._..: t.2' 1C 7 -.,-.-_.--..._ Woodvllle. F.. J. .. ...-..------. 130
_.:. ._ ( C5 35 % Fla. Fast Coast Hotel CaPt. f %5. ._.- _.. Poinciana Co. ?_ 1.:1': I 4 9 _.__._._.._.__.___ McCrea. Frank ...._ ...._.. 1.30
0. G. %F't4TSO: >>% Rrirnnlslw"...10*57 Lot 1. ExceptRW. 7 4Z ___._..._ A""m Emma F. .... 1.38 2 IS __...._....._......_. __ Manning, James E. tc.: Catherine J. _.. 1.30

Lot Sqr.' Tr. : W-3S1. A246 II if _"_ __ Sdprenant. (.rn.lla 3t.' __.... _._ 1.30 9 20 __.?....________..,___....- Riser Mangle ....__..._. -- ... 1.30POI'I04
S.S, 11 DJ.fU Marlines Ida __ 33.46Pt. 7 65 35:11: Fla. East Coast Hotel Co. 1.t> 0.7C I fie (::.!71 _'''__'___ i1r.. Alma F.' _.:.=--___ 1.3' J.
2 60. G7' _._ Crae a. Alma l': ...... ....___ 1.3. .
NF.FOLND HARBOR KEYS J 'It ...--.-:...-_._ ..._ nrat'I.. A. .... ....._______,. 1.31) s' !ll-rl.! X.: 4, .a O TW P. M. R.. 31
I.t 1 13 D2-2S Cavines.. h.d..n __ to.ft Lot 2. B2-3C 10 67. 29 25 Cook Percy A. & DeatrU 75.JC f 40. .___ frac-e. I. A; .............__ 1.3ft PLAL'tC""O"'
"' 1 i 10 ____ Hra.'alile A. ___.._.___._._ 1.:' g i _- .. .: Oscar .t. 1.29C
WATO\'SSSI'BDIVI410V 6 to .....__.__....__.,..___... (irare. Vallie A. ..._.. 1.:&' 4 F4-193 :::::::=::: Stows Kirnta : ::::_ ::..:::::==-.: 130
1't.of U FS-lt : ..: :... -'Ro.,.. Angela Pla :0.43 Lot 7. O3-3S3: .___ 20 CC 29 3814 Torch Key Farms Inc. __ 77.34 ___._ .
"' ": de..a 9 62 .._.__._._...._..__ 'lTaTI. ..... .. ......-. 1.30 7' 19 Brown. Golda A. 130
JlOrPATr".... ."BO'"IO. It. Lot 3. nUl CC 29 1 Torch Key Farms Inc. 2.4' U U ..___.._..__.....__._ Travl. ... F. ........._ I.M 15 30 ===-T--.=::::: Stanton C. W. & C. J. __. 1.SO1C
Lot SOr. Tr. : RAMROD KEYPt. 1 IS _._..... Hunl. ').I..III..a F. .._ I.:' 30 _. ._ ._ Stanton C. W. C. J. ISO

f' i 11 AS-lOe Saunders Leon. Co _..._._ 2-.42l I I Lot 1..I-f:1 CC 29' f Shady Grove Farms Inc __ 2.45Lut I 5 71. ...... ......____.__ .. ...._ "obnOOn.! Adolf ........ ..-. 1.:. S 39 __.._...._.._ Putnam' Chas. }Ol. ..... 1.34)
.__.. ___.._ 5 70 .. Johnson, _. ___ ._ 1.30 U Itaehman. .:. So _.._.___ 1.a0:
n. ... If'
6 14 UJ.JJ Ftirirtr. Francisco 25.4: 1. C:- C C7 : 23 Henderson Sarah : et al fll.4I: 1e '''-' -
I' 0 It U.Ut Carey. l.eo0 .' .:.:........___..._ n.ft 7 76' :::::...::::: ::::.::::::::::::: F4lkn, C. .:::: 1.,0 12 4C F4-195 __'___ Smith Th-.mas B. ._ 130;

I I 14 I)3.120'_ = Caret,.Shhil .... ...... .\.._. ..._. 13,43i 41UIH! LOAF I 70 .__... ....... ..... ....__.... Folks. C.. If: __..... 1.28 : 4 48 ___ 'ifcCrystal, Tom _._. ... ... 1.:3O
Oo---- Lot :3. D2-4CC-9. 31 CC :s' 52% Wright C. Irving: 15827 3 i" ..........-- lJintr..h..d ... 31. 1.2.I 13 61 Poinelana Co. --- ... 1.30
trt"_T- .. I I.Lot. ..' 5. Fl- _.._...::11 CC 24.-733 Wright C Irving!!: __."....... 147.2' I t ,.
J J 11 YY'U5 Oato. ThOl. H. 10.31 Schoneck, Adeline<< &; Rom
Lot C, D3-243 15 C7 27 43< Mary L. .... . C5 C7 I
KE.r WEST 1NVESTYJCYT co.:. SCBDYIMOK!) .0............... ...i 3225 a
I 1'1 AS-Sit di: 374-: s:. c hotel Co. ,I' BOCA CHIC I I -

2 1'1 AI-Ii84": ::1'1. ---. F. .:. C. hotel Co. _..__.__ Lot 7. FS-514 33 C7 2C 10>. Powers, Joseph F. __ 10.44 PEOPLES, FORUMooooooooooooooooooooo : .
J 1'1 A3.514. J'U F. F c. Hotel Co. __ Let 1..F5-515 _. 34 C7 2C 24>. Uodlne, Susanna H. _.__. If..: :I .. oceta .N
4 1'1 A3-U. & 2'U F. F C. Hotel Co. ...._. --.... Lot 1. D3-02.: G4 I It .... I : 4 -. ... -
i' 11' 'AS-Sl"_& J'U' .'. Jo:, C. Hotel Co, 295., 1 C8 25 44*. 1>Pinder Haiti I. _._.---- 68.U ; -

5. n AJ. U'. nt .'. &. C. Hotel C. ..__. s.n MA1NUUBKACII.. BIG TOIM". PLAT HOOK 1. PARR ICI I' THt: NAME'DOLORES': !I I iii : g t : .

7 63.526' F.. F C. Hotel 'Co. 13.43 SCB. OF. LOT'S.: .:' &'OF KU. SKC. 2. TIOP1.4. R. =_ I .. 'E = c : EU
: 7 i (13.524... F. E. C: Hotel 'o. :: ::::::::::: 1343 I!Lot Sqr. i The Citizen : < 't:G't.F Ss:':'.:. &
'7 '7 17 Ga-51: _..._:_ __ F" 1.1 C. Hotel C. __;..___. 11,43 13 II R3-12A __ ............_, Hale. ('.e. B. ..._.. ... 1.45j :,. I, PL Cov Lot f ..____.__ I II 2f lip lrwln lIou..lolI 3 1.5
I 7 11 t:2-51 ....._ .'. F: C. Hotel Co. _... .___._. 15.41 j 14 13 U3-12O _''_'__'.'.'._h__. ... .t_. Hale. .. ............... I Recently astatement.was; ,madein I I'alm Island.2.253. _....,...__._..14.3 (1 Je ISOyt 1IC'tah.y. Sarah K. .. 11.11
1:1': 'l 11 AJ.5U F. .. a Hotel C. .___... .. n.t;!! 15 13 K3-120 ...... .. ..... Hale. .... The Citizen 'how strange it I II 8.'14.. At'rf'tO or'Sg 4 _._.__ 'U "It 2f nil Str.a..k. ... A. ..____. ..._. '..11
7 0.3-504 F.. Hotel C. .. 23.4! 1C 13 K3-120 ..... _. .. ... Hale. ._...____...._ 1V14 of 1V34 or w 3, C3-290.-: I 34 :at... Lindsey, H..art A. .. .. 1.ft '.IS.I .
:: 7 g A3.5S4'=:=:== F. :t g: Hotel'Co. ::.=:...:=: 25.42li ii 17 13 K3-120 = J... .... Hale J .. ........._. ...... 1:11'' was that Cubans bore the name I wit .r w% of .s'Y!4 U -U3. U2-U' 11 54 a.: 45 Un"""". H.nr' A. ._. .__..___ f.1 ..*

7 l' A .U.'_.. -._..._...;4 F.. E. C. Hotel Ca ._....__. 25.41 18 13 L3-120 ._ ,f .. .... Hale. G ._.___..._...... : I of Dolores.' The Spanish Die.1,I Wlx or'NW' --. ........ .......:........:......_ 23 I 54 3C 110 ilMdsteln. Harry ....____ 7,51 ..,
:3 U 11 C:...,__ __ ..____..... "Parrar Xeraes _.. ... ___"m'___ Ict.ft I 16 31 D329a ..-... ... ?.. ... .... Lesnieh, _..... tionary of the Academy.1Madrid 'I, Pt. Fu'tlonal ___ ........ ._.......___. .....21128: S& U. 34! I l'ar-.". H. C. A: Anna __ 1..i
0 U It (14.212''.._. ._ ____ _,.,..._ Roselle. ),far;' Il. _...._. 1e.U 17' 22-: D3-295 _. ._... Lesnich., Alex ....__ ..__._.__. 1... Royal 514 01 NJia .rat'.aal 'H.3 .._.._.... 3i 39 :II ICO .Vxelsun. Mary .IC'ouc.l 1.41.
11 1:1: 1'1 (14jI2:..__._ toselle. Mary H. ._ li.43 !, 15 22 D:-:'5 ....___._..._ Lesnich Alex 1.45 1914 define 'dolor' as!: sJia or N% CII-%: ::. ___.:_...': .__.._.._... 38 59 31' UII' A1..laon. Mary Old.al __ 7.fl
6 U n C'.Ui _. ._ Baker Rosalie ),f. __ .m.... 1..4:1: I, f 3% Fractional ...... ...._........_______... ) Violet ...._ .
7 U 11 CI..U ...... ..--e. Baker. RlulleM.. __.__._ 10.U ROGER LOUtr 'IB. BI(: PINR KEY suffering of body or'soul Strange 332' .. ... ... ...... ._..._.........._-.._._.... Violet .
7 1)2.1 McNabb Elisabeth C.10.44 1 I 1> PLAT HOOKt'P.AGE !._. "t II. OF FT. Ki 'OF "R .. SKC. _*. indeed it would be to call a girl S .. t.. ....... ._......... ... ._... ___ ) Violet ...... ...a---. .
Pt. 0 n n 111.1:2:::::.::== Johnson: Frank M'. : = 5.45 TP.. .4.. IL 20 Dolores just as much as' to be-I!S4 __ ._....._.._._.. ..... -.._._- !! j !! ( f Violet _....[ ._ .II IIi
11 17 1'1 C..U......__ Johnson Frank 'Y. ._. 43.37: [ 11 B5-270 _- Sterling. E. C. ...::__...___. 1.45 Sy, (4.23 Mar" --- .
PINK:. CHKMT. BIG PINK KRl. PUT ROOK I. PAGE. 131. stow on' her the euphonic name Sy (4-25 .. ........ ....... _.__._..__.?__ Mary __........_.- .
h. ... ') .
PT. LOT :. IF.C'.'S3. TP. ... H. 5- Influenza 'if there was no other All (14.23, 25 Mary
11 2 111 Ai.n' Arthur O. 33.40Is '
2 11 45-456: .. I.und.Lund Arthur G. 10.U i 3 8 F5-115 _.......___ .___ __ .__ \.lams.;: George W.( ___...__.. 1.45I association attached to the word. i All All 414.23.114.23. 2"i' :.:-..._:::::=.::==== :: :: ; 64 040 Axelsen Azeleon: Mary Mary McDougal McDougal ==:= U:

I I U AI.2U ____ ;Matthews. Edward A. _._ "'.31 I i 4* 33 li:.... --- Thompson Louise ._.._ 1.45 Some ........ McDougal 7.41
Spanish or those of: 514 N% 31 32 100 Axelson. Mary
1:1: II U Fi-I'IS __ Parka, G.-rge"o. .____ 5I.S : .gi:: -- --- :: : === :
PALM.III.LA. BIG PINK KK1. PL.41) BOOK' 1. PACK H. 5% N3i ::::::::: ; 33 32 151 Axelaon; Mary McDougal 7.41
:1 1 11 Al.U _..._. ..__ Koo'kle. Alftf'd P. .___. 2i..: Iberian descent call their girls
I I.IU.1. .. CALKINK' I-TAL !HLB.: OF LOT. 1 834, 01 N4! C14-U .___._.__ JS 5. 32 U.1 Azelson Mary )4elougal .... .__ 'l.41
12 1 IS Af-.U _.._ Hk.! ... Clifford '1.' li.t3U SKC.. 23: T\\ P. .&. R. S- Dolores the fall name fn Baptism S%. or S4 Of.3 "m'_" __'_'_'_ 7 to 32 l4. Axeltnn. Mary 1I'IOu".al ". ..-_ 7.419h

1 1 11 IS A.-tU A.-US .. Hicks.Hicks! Clifford Clifford G.0. ._..__.: 1'.ftIS 5.UIt I Rates Martha n.. & Dukes, being Nnestra Senora de los Siete 0' S'5 414.23 ......... ...._........_._.._ I 50 U lie, Ast'laoa M7ry McDougal .. ......._... T.41

1 i l C 1- B2-2S7. n -.s M. L. __....:.__.....:_.L_-:.-. 1.75
11 A4.413 Hicks Clifford" U.U Dolores. Our Lady of the Seven
II 0 It Dl.'I1 John -c.' II.U Rates Martha, K. & Dukes
'w'ell. _.... ':. Dolors Sorrows. Simeon had F. H. LADD
12 I It n .'I1. .'awc-ell. John c.. ___ 1'.ft i,7 5 B2-287. B3-559 M. L _. I. or
4 1 20 U of W. t 14S A5-3S5. Calkins. Lid R. .'-.- :._._ 145t to soul '
.. C-43. A4102 : prophesied Mary "thy own. -
t ..:=== .. .45 I
341r1a 1 10 D2-415 -- HowiaKton. Carrie H.- 1
8 1 B of: AS-3'i C.45.- : AlburY; EaL ISo;: : 24: 10 D2-41& -... -, llvwlnicton. Carrie E. _.,_.. 145 a sword shall, pierce." Luke II* Tax Collector Monroe County.

lit 334 Wr : Ai'e Albury. Miriam Eat. -:.:.:- TS.73 ; *22! 13: 'U.-431 -- '-_ .._.__? Travers W. F. _._ '. .. '146 35. Catholics,! !I find the fulfilmentof .. .. ', ..r, Tt :
I 'I 20 AI.n ....._ Park Geo. lii.41 t{ 23 13: B2-431 Travers.' W.; F. .....__\1_! 1.rI :
1 9 21 Af-2IC I'inder Ralph B. ._ :'.4:1: 24 IS B2-431 ..-......---.-........--..--.. Trarers. "'. F. ___.+-..__ 145 these 'words in seven sorrows --
1)-555 Albury. Miriam I list, _. I> S 15 Pl-574. ...... __m__.._ Wix. I). U & Pearborn R. F. 145 of Mary, the, chief: being when .....0...00000-t.......0...0...........0....!.':'.3 gap did not seem so long as the
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A4.53 =::===: -Adam J. Roland =::: : Bates, :Martha B. &; Dukes, the -
1 17 21 Ui-U.-... ._ Entwiutle W. IL ......._ 243Kli1' 22 20 B2-287. B3-559 ___... ML. _. _..__.___._..._. 1.75 ."she was standing by cross-' boys were entertained every min
1 23 1>:-0 _...____.._.._ Taylor Isabel ____._____ 1.45 of Jesus John XIX 25. NEWS AND NOTESQF. OUR- 1O: KEYS; ute.
St ET FO;%UATIOSt'BDit'llO! 1 :e F1-53C _.___._ Ayres Emile E. .._ 1.45 A recalls with tender .
PLAT. BOOK. .. 1.. PAGE. 1J5.. PlAT... ;\O.. 1, :2 :30 D1-4C8 -_ Ayres P. 'J. _... .__.,.___._.._ 145 true son
lot !Sqr.' ,I 3 30 D1-4CC .. ..._..__._.____.__. .. __ Ayres,' P. J. ......________. 1.459ILA4 love and grief the sufferings his!I The meal served on the ferry
U J' U-;.0 __ ._. _..,._ $ .
Samuel B. 545
Tuell. I
t KNOWLK! IB.: BIG PINR KRl. PLAT. BOOK 1. P.'GE.CL mother endured for his sake ando ( JOVE)
11 II C4-3HC _. By aD.d''atthe camps and other: places
"" ____ Lad. Kulalia Maria .. ...._ 545: sW4 0. !lW !SE('. :::i. H. 20 --
U 11 tH.:1I6. .. __ ._. .... ,._. ... ; & TIIP.GR Catholics as dutiful children of,
Kulalia Maria : '
'" Ladd. ; 1 5 Bl-72 .. . Albur). Wilma :Mae _..._... 145 sorrows e*._e.oee4, >,4>S.*. .'*....._..oeooWe <......e,..0..,tit ..S0SSSS5..0. on chore were fit for a king.
KieV WEST:! KOl'nTIO\%. SI!HDIVIMION. f 1 C Bl-72 .....__._ Albary. Wilma Mae ....__- 145 ,Mary compassionate her
pL.-r. BOOK.* I, PAC.aI *. PUT >Oi: :3 i 2 C Bl-72 :::.==:.:.. :::-_. ._ Albury.: Wilma Mae ::: 1.45i at Calvary: This they do.in celebrating left the transfer corner' was going to snow and wantedto .
11 11 CH'3II' __ ... Ijidd. Kulalia Maria ..___.. J.U 3 6 111-72 .. : ..: ._: ::: ... Albury. Wilma Mae 1.45 her feast on the Friday stacked like lardint! in'a can, borrow an overcoat. The boy rendered song most,
It 11 G4-38C ___.. __ Ladd, Eulalia Maria _.._._.... .U 22 C Ul.!! Albury. WHimr! Mae __ 1.45 of the way to and from the camps.
KK\ \\ .:!IT KOIMJATION CO"*,". !4lBDniMO\: 4. 2* I. 1S1... _.___._ ___. __, Albur,.. Wilma :Mae .._.._. 1... after Passion Sunday naming with torty'ncM packed in one I because their"sweeties"
PLOT HOOK I. PARK 133. PUT >U. 1 24 S Bl-72 ..._._._._....._.._ Alb.ry. Wilma ;Mae _. 1.45 children br Missions! in Spanish truck along with instruments and I Pedrp Agnilar. who look*,after Many were homesick : .
left behind.. But
2S 14 P3-348. _.:_..._. I\'ardlou. Charles II. ..._._ 30.41 -l.! \ND4. IB. BIG PINR Ka-:". PLAT ROOK 1. PAGE. (5 America Dolores, 'and by hymns suitcases. We left the ferrylip alL'thing. pertaining to sport in were
PT. *-o\f LOTS! i :. -mar: ::s. 'T.P. e.. K. =* thy soon got o/er that.
KKTI. HOOK-:!IIT'I.FOt'DATIO0'S.PAGE' 17.AMI02.' *.l'IllUt fTStt.I1IONPtT 3 1' 8. 2C F1-3CO .J ..... .. Sands Mna ll = _L._.*._._ 145LRUIll the chief being the Stabat :Mater at 8 o'clock. The HospitalityBand I Key west, aj &.bolt: ever,, readyto

: 2 UI.i': ...._ -. Rntwislle. Wm. II. :.__ .:__ ..' 10.11 << : ,. !! in\ OF GRASSY< KF.". PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE StIT I Dolorosa classic; by Jacopone furnished' music on the trip assist, and take, part in. any I the trip wishto
1 !F1!'.. :!4. 23, S* T\\P. .:50 R. a3 set to music by Rossini. Protestants and 'durng the time we were. at movement. for the advancement:I The boys making
MARTEI.I.o TO" :RII. PLAT ROOK .. P.'G.1 14.
20 1 F5148 ..__ ... .:.._._..:..__...... Sterling Dumont 245 have shown their 'appreciation I the camps. and progress of amusement for the 1 express their thanks and appre-
Loot Sqr. Tr. 21 1 D2-41 .. Sterling. Alva C. .... ... 2.45 all had in
4 0 n 1-411.. _.. _._--.._ Freeman 3larv F.. & WIII .,. ".42 i t! 14 24 :A4-401 .....__.__ Farrar. Louise Dupont--:::. :: 1.45 of this hymn by manifold public., waa one. of the outstanding -i.I cirtion to who any part,
LEI I\EST ASS\. PLAT BOUK 1. P.'Cot:2 translations The member of "entertainers" the triP. and making their stay at the camps
LA\Il HL'1kRS: GROVE P4HK ADDITION. I PPr:R MATArfMBK. PLAT BOOK 1. P4RRISO. in English. the organization on
4 1 28' 2.427 ..: .. ... .. ... Johnson Itealty 1'o. 5.45 .: PT. LOT 2. !src, :32. TWP.OX. H.. St There are many other Spanish ; 'making the trips enjoyed kept a close watch over the boys : and at other points as, pleasant" aa

7 1 23. 7o.e1. .__ .. ..h. __ _.. .... Johnson Realty c.. 5.41S 4 10 YY-3C9 ._.._.__ Pinder. Jerome B. .._... ._ 3.44 it was.
euphonic Marian names which I in ways some to their needs and, comfort. 1
.... ..._._ themselves! many as
Johnson t'o.
I 23 70-4:1. -- Realty 545 6 10 YT.:"* __ __.._ 1'iuder. Jerome K. ___. 344 .
iC I :M 70-1 ......_. __ --.. ... .._ Johnson Realty c.. ....5 6 10 TV':" .m"__ ".... ._ Pinder. Jerome B. .___-_____. I.... can explain, which} Cubans burin playing cards whle on' the ferry, Aguilar headed the organization i
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46 I 25 Z..U "obII'Realty Co.: 5.45 -
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is I :.' 7.-427 ............ .........._ Johnson Realty C. .._ ...* 14 10 ) -:1'i.: : :: :: :: : : : :; i. Jerome Dodrig-e B.U,' =-.=:: 4 445:45ATtriBK Key West such as Dulce. Ro-; others singing and joking and. and looked out, for everything ia F vn; FREIGHT: SERVI ENEW
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70 I 7 s 70-41 ._..._ ._ .._ .ob..n Jt.alfy C. _. .._.. .. 545 aario! Mercedes Caridad. Bel n.1 having a good time in general. connection with the trip.
71 1 :11 70.1. ........ ...._. .... .. .hnn n..alfy C. __ u a.45 !** BEACH VPPRR: 'TU''BF. PLAT. BOOK__u"- 1... PAGE- 133. Conchs.1 I N
11 I 2s Z.U1 __ Johnson Realty eQo- 545 PT. LOT 1. EC. 33. TWP. a.: R. :ST, Etpefanza. Polar, ; MilagrbA

IS I 2t Z-U1 ___..._ Johnson ittalty ('.. .. ...._... 545 3 1 D3-187 .._ ___ ______._. SweetingXVillard; R. 7.44 etc. Perhaps 'some might think I Frankg! Jolly.waa voted the beat; The boys were treated moat :
1. 2 23. 2.427 _._......m_.._ Jo4tnnen Really C.. ____ _. 5.45 I4LAMOKADA. tPPblt ATAriMPJR. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 48 the last has only two meanings at YQfc
11 I 29 2.427 ._._.._.._._ Johnson n..alt'C. _...__ 5.45 .' PT.' LOTS 2 *. '_. !'td B TWP. 413, "". :STt name looking, chauffeur. on the FERA cordially every point visited, .
51 I II Z.427._...._- Johnson Realty C. _.._ 645 a Conch shell or a native of rolls: .. : and the'people along the keya
.. .. _.. ... ... .. .. .. ._.. ... W-!.. L Rogers C :M. _.___ I." II
U 40 I 2 n 2S 70-:7 7o..n _-_-.....__f.- Johnson Johnson Realty C.,' _- '7'V"-:.* .._....._..._.__... Rogers,. C'.. :M. .. __ ___..._.__. 344 Key West or the Bahamas. A k ----- were ever ready to do anything and BOSTON\

52 I :, Z-U'I ...... ..._....._. ........ Johnson Realty lCaUJ"Co.C. _......_ .. .t 15 W-247' _*__..._.....____. _. ..__ Cotton. Ernest .._._ 445 me 'and I will explain the. signification The girls\ on.tbd.boat were: paid possible for the entertainment of
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22 \\ -: _. ___.. _..____ _. Cotton Ernest ___....__ a.44 <
23; I It z.cn __u_ __ moo Jokn.oa n..a.It, C. '_. _.. .. S4S all attention by the sports the visitors. Fr.m Key West alter ate FricUyaFra
24 I I' z-cn'. ....__. ..___ ...,.... -... "olllln Realty c.- _.. '_". 5..' R.4 OALL ADAMS S1'HDIVI 1O\. ...*NT ATI O\ KEY, PLAT. BOOK 1. young ,
U J IS Z-C:1 _..__ Jubaaua RaaI' C... ......' .__ i... PAGE 11* LOT" S. MI-X A A LOT 7. SRC. -4J3XC A, L. MAUREAU, S., J, who were every ready to accommodate Now York. tlUraat. Tpe.-,

:. I n''' Z-:1. .,_._.__._'_ Johnson Realty C. ..... ..4;; Fl.%. ._.. ..___m.... ._ Lund Susan A. _______ 15.43 Key West. Fla., I them, in everything that The voyage across the water 41
.f' 3 %4 7o-.n .._......._._?_ Jobnson Really, C. . __ J." 34 C2-7C ..___.___..._. Lund Susan A _.-_...___ J." July 2. 1935.Experiments. meant .
n J 29 2.423 ....___._..___ Johnson Realty C. ......... 344 64. Fl-:' ._...._._r-....._. Lund. Susan A. ..__ 5.45 : comfort.. gap, going and coming: was most From Booto.. &era.,.. SatmrdayoAU
49 I U Z..U.. ..._.. ._....__..... Johnson Realty ('u,. __. .. .... 3.44 I :..-.- I delightful, the members of the
53. I %. .....:2 .. __ .In..on It.aftr'(!o.: __ 341 .BAYOOU.. KEY LARfiO. PLAT BOOK I. PACE lea NEW onusA totK*:v crrAHrmt :
"' "' .. ... OF PT. LOTS:: Z. 4V -. A 7. *KC.:: II, TU'P. .1. K, S*) at North Carolina I Polly Hnau vas as usual i in..the ferry's crew joining in the many
II J U Z-eU ...... .._____ Johason Realty C. .. .. I... I w._...4ar.. Arrive
N I I' z-cn.. ..._..__._ "uballO" Realty ('0. __. J." 3 G4-39C ___..___...___.. __ .....__ )ledcalf... G, X __ S.44 State college showed 'livestockusually .I beat of spirits. and! treated# the I festivities staged aboard.ship, and Key Nest !! !. If ilewlag,)

n 4 29 7..n. ...._--__._ Jokmon Realty' C'Q. .___ _.. J." THOMPSON !VIA. KEY LARGO. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 147NEft eat the cob as well as the boys fine.: He had the cooks -! also endeavored to make !
:I. 4 2t Z.U'I'......_..?... ..1011'1It.alt) Ca: .. _. J." OF SK}.. SRC.'S3. T"'P..I. ,. .' everything -

II 4 Zt Z-U1 _.., ... _. ._.-- Johnson Realty C.. _. ._ ._ S...! 19 11, E3-387 .____.__-:__ Shorten. J. H. __.:.::.-- L45 grain when.ear corn.. it.ooaked h in. plenty for, the: boys,. and.all I as pleasant a* possible for CLYDE-MA ORY
;Ii 4 20 Z-U7 .. .._._ .o..n,.ou Realty Cw ____ 344 salt water. had 'i lots to eat. i the boys daring "expedition.."
4 2.417 .---. -. -,- Johnson Realty Cu. 344 OCEAN AC'RaK.Y LARGO. PLAT ROOK L PICK. 189 '." .', .'
:: 44 ;: Z.427 Joba.on'Really'Cu: === 344: LOTS' "39. S*. A,43. SEC- :H. TW: 'P .*, R. 3! i I &. SIfI'I'II. Aie...'8.

45 t' 39 Z-f21 Johnson ReaJt, Co. 3.44 ; 11. Fl-2 5't L. WT ;-t. J. Foster J.44. BFbscrib Ta. (Stise SeyiUa! got. scij'dT;and,thought The ferry trip across th-water lie Wwt
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tTNOPSIfl .AU_ Rtdf andO the taxi-driver had no romantic urge eoeeoeeeeetoeeeoeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeee SECOND RUNGNEW

-.*y.*Lumtef... <*..tanglt, fact ....t"ce tratgAI-.* tlttm.T to hurry. Miss Cleora Curry And Cecil SHIP IS DUE TO AR- re will be a meeting of the First regular meeting of the
*.V .... **t* 4elrmintd that As the tail drew op Alison tum- 'I
Do...... burner. It.. U marrying of RIVE FRIDAY FROM local Golf Club held this evening, board of county commissioners for
Ah.on-. /atMr today, .. !*. .am* bled out. She ran up one flight Ranew Married At Saint
woman .*. ml...t G..* eracttce stone steps through a short dark PHILADELPHIASteamship YORK GIANTS TRIM beginning at 8 o'clock, at the July will be held 8 o'clock tonightin
.n <*. Rltrtrra. ..d *U of Sam
and down three more steps Goldsmith corner the office
hutbani In 'U hams.. Guy passage I PHILLIES DODGERS TURN of Clerk Roes C. Sawyer *
to tot *-'-.<" ..i* ex lT..H .. '
< <. D...* .. vacavt "
*...* fa B.**.*. and marked In bra.s11.. the scene of a very pretty wed- match. She carried an arm bou- of the IN SHUTOUT VICTORY OVER AH members are requested to In addition to the regular business -

A slatternly-looking scrap of a ding last Wednesday evening quet of pink radiance roses. Granada BOSTON BRAVES be in attendance as matters of \ the mater of tax adjustmentswill
answered the belt Standard Fruit and Steamship
39 maidservant
Chapter The bridegroom was attendedby much interest to the organization: be taken up for discussion in
RACE I "Mrs. Bunrars can't see no one '" hen Miss Cleora Curry, daughter Cecil Curry brother of the company is due in port Friday win be discussed.LEAGUE: !! the event there are requestsfor
now. she's packing.: The maid stood of Mr. and Mrs. James Curry, bride. <,rerlnl .. The. Clllen) 1 any
REALLY consigned to
meant to tell you the from Philadelphia I reductions placed before the
whole truth that first Urn we In the crack of the door and held It and Cecil Ranew were joined in The wedding music was playedby the Porter Dock company for fuel NEW YORK, July 3.-The De-, board.

lunched; said Guy only. you. said tight. the holy bonds of wedlock. Rev. Charles Roberts. oil and water. troit Tigers climbed over Cleve-:' STANDINGSAMERICAN
something "But I must. Alison was desper A. Dimmick officiated at the After the ceremony a receptionwas It is understood that during the land into second place in the American -

""1 mentioned Daphne ate.The'mald shook her head. ceremony in the presence of rela- given at the home of the rest of the season of summer tours League pennant race by shellacking !1-' LEAGUEClub FERA OFFICE WILL

"Yes. Her name was Daphne "If It's the Installment people. she tives and friends.At bride'a parents.! Mr. and Mrs. vessels of this line which touchat the Tribe for the second W. L. Pet
Poynter. So I thought I'd warily the appointed hour, the bride Ranew were the recipients of Key West will have capacity time in as many days. 8 to 3.
go said you was to come back tomorrow New York 00 .. .... ...41 24 .631 CLOSETOMORROWThe
and find out a little more Brat about and you. can take the stuff entered on the arms of her father, many beautiful and useful gifts passenger lists. After failing in his three pre- Detroit ...._............. 40 29 .580
Mrs. Daphne Burners: and whether awa,." I I'who gave her in marriage. e I Mrs. Ranew is a graduate of the This will mean, it was said by vious starts. Roy Parmelee finally Cleveland ...?._.. 37 28 .569

she was the same woman before I "It's nothing to do with money!* The bride was attired in a gown Key West High School in the class Captain Christiansen, of the went the route to hang up his Chicago ......._.__ 33 28 .541

.alclanthlng.- Alison almost walled. "I've come of white crepe and wore a cap I of '30. I I Steamship Gatun that from 50 to ninth victory of the season as the Boston ........._._ 34 33 .507 office building of the Key
Alison nodded. from Major Rode, who's marryingMrs. I shape bridal veil with a wreath of Mr. Ranew is a native of Savannah 60 visitors will arrive on each ship New York Giants bunched eightof Washington 29 37 .439 West Administration will be closed

"rd have told you meant to tell Burners: !" orange blossoms. She carried a Georgia, but for a num- and spend from six to eight hours their 10 blows in the second inning Philadelphia __ 26 36 .419 tomorrow. July 4, in observance

you the next time we met. be went "If you'd said that at flrst" grumbled shower bouquet of lilies and step-. ber of years has made his hone in on shore. to score seven runs and defeat St. Louis .__ 19 44 .302 of the Fourth of July Em

on. But when you t.Id me It washer the maid and opened the rest I. hanotis. Key West. the Phillies: 8 to 4. ployes will report for work as

house and now your'father met of the loor.letting Alison Into a narrow Miss! Gertie Curry, sister of the The newlyweds have a host of Ray Benge pitching a completegame NATIONAL LEAGUE usual Friday morning.

her and that he was marrying her' In baiL bride was her only attendant. friends who wish them much happiness DIAMONDBALL for the first time since May Club- W. L. Pet Many of the office force are

six weeks 1 saw suddenly why she 'She's' In there." said the maid. I Miss Curry's gown was of pinke..eeee..e..eeeeeae..eee: in their wedded life. 17, held the Boston Braves to New York __ 45 18 .714 planning on trying their luck at

might want me out of her way. And tipping a grimy thumb towards the .-- -- u ___ GAME TONIGHTThere three hits as the Brooklyn Dodgers St. Louis ..._.___._ 37 29 .561 fishing while others will joiu-4iM
I didn't want to frighten you." first door. Considering that this information won the first game of the series the all-day celebration at the
Pittsburgh .__.............39 31 .557
Then you're pretty sure she Is was enough she went Junior Woman's 5 to 0.Rallying beach.
Chicago ..._......__ 38 28 .576
that woman r down the passage leaving Alison to PERSONAL MENTION I' Club To Meet in the late inn inJts with Brooklyn __........_____ 30 34 .469
Plums certain. find her In alone. will be a of dia-
way game two clusters of three runs each
Cincinnati .-.....-.._... 29 38 .433 MONROE THEATERJackie
Alison pushed back Her' chair. The door gave on the sitting room .1 mondball tonight at Bayview Park and another of two the New York Philadelphia 26 39 .400
stood which she had seen once before but eeeccccccccccccc.eeeee.Mr between the Busy Bees and the u..m Cooper-Mary Astor in
up. The world was real again Mrs. John Roberts and Misses Yankees took the measure of the Boston ........ _...... 20 47 .299 DINKY
ant It had darkened suddenly. It was exceedingly' untidy. A small and Mrs. Charles Sands Norma Yates and Alce Curry, will Lopez Funeral Home ten. Philadelphia Athletics, 8 to 5, in .h

"3ut then the words came In a white dog. a hillock of tissue paper left over the East Coast yester- hostesses Friday afternoon to Much interest centers in this the first engagement of their two- Aline. McMahon-Guy Kibbee in

scared whisper but then you think and a trunk ocupled the middle of day afternoon for Miami where( members and guests of the Junior game and it is expected that a game series. GAMES TODAY MARY JANE'S PA

that she may mean to do the same the floor and Daphne was on her they will spepd a vacation with Woman's Club.Heretofore large number of fans will be in After being held to two hits Matinees Balcony, lOcI OrCIa.a-1
thing again to my father! knees trying to get a trunk shut. She attendance. AMERICAN LEAGUE tra. lS-20ci Night
relatives and friends. I these meetings have one a homer in six innings, the ..
"rm afraid sot If she marries him.- did not look round. been held on Thursday but be- Boston Red Sox put on a five-run New York at Philadelphia-AI-

But she Is marrying father now. Richard Powell, who has been a cause of tomorrow being July SScccccScSc e.e.eeeee.eeCLASSIFIED rally in the seventh to gain their len vs. Wilshere.St. .

today at one-thirty *rpTIIEL.-* she ordered.come and sit on this. resident of Key West for several,i('Fourth, the members decided to. second straight/; triumph over Louis at Chicago-Coffman .a J
The bronze-faced clock over the meet Friday. Washington. 6-5. vs. PhelpLWashington
in the U. S. Army stationed
archway of the stairs pointed to ten Alison sat down on the trunk; .years I.
at Boston
The -Hadley
The time will be the same as world champion Cardinals
at the barracks, was honorably
Daphne her head bent heaved. Thelock'
minutes to one. I discharged this week and left usual 5 o'clock and the place COLUMN t climbed: back into third place in vs. Welch.
clicked and she sat back on yesterday
feet and Bed onGa1 towards Jumped the stairs to his her heels In triumph. t afternoon wieh Mrs. Powell -, the Key West Woman's Club the National League by blankingthe Cleveland at DetroitHildebrand ar
dig home on Division street. II pcc..cccccccccsSScScc Pittsburgh: Pirates. 7 to 0, in vs. Sullivan.
glng In his pockets as he ran. The -Yes. said Alison."It's mel": and son for home at s
cashier said.Your bill alrr But be "I see It Is!" Daphne rose dusting Sop Choppy, Florida. Advertisements under cnii bead their first home stand after an

threw a note down on the desk without down her dre.You'ye changed I .eee.eeeSSSSccee.eeeecc will be inserted in The Citizen at unsuccessful road tour. NATIONAL LEAGUE

waiting for change. your mind then?" I W. W. White: section foremanfor BRIDAL WREATH I the rate af le a word for each I insertion Shelling four Cincinnati pitchers Boston at BrooklynFrankhouse -

They raced up Southampton "I've come to see you"said Alison.' the Florida East Coast Railway (Stephanotis) : but the minimum for the from the hill, the Chicago; vs. Clark.Philadelphia .

Street and scrambled breathless,. "i-I've got to talk to you." at Pigeon Key, left yesterday first insertion in every instance I II Cubs defeated the Reds in the; at New ,York-Davis p
Into the car."Wherell. "Oh?" Daphne reached out for a i 25e- third night game in major league vs. FitzsimmoM.
afternoon business trip to VIRGINIA CONNETT
she ber label one of a pile which lay addressed Miami. on a By I Payment for classified advertisements history.' 8 to 4, before nearly 20- Chicago at Cincinnati: --Lee vs.I

""1 don't know admitted Alison. on a low chair."I'm afraid I .teeeecccc..a.e.eee.eeee !b invariably In advance: 000 paid customers.The Derringer. I

"H. was to fetch her from her flat haven't time to listen now. Eve got I Stephanotis! Stephanotis! I but regular advertisers with ledger summaries follow: Pittsburgh at St. Louis-To be,

but I don't know when. She might be to be ready to go with your father In Ellis Archer left on the afternoon Wreathe her brow in bridal I accounts may hare their advertisements NATIONAL LEAGUEAt pleyed at later date.A j

there." a Quarter of an hour to the registry train yesterday for Miami white charged. Brooklyn R. H. E.

"Well try It first anyway. office. If yon. want to talk why not I j Ito join Mrs Archer who left Stephanotis! Stephanotis! Advertisers should give the*t Boston'! .-........---......._.-_.... 031 hick town is where everyone|

He threw In the clutch and the car come along with us?" (I several days ago for a visit with Make her radiant tonight. Street address ar well as their telephone Brooklyn .........._._........_.. I 580 knows the postmaster by his first ,
gathered speed down hill. Alison. Alison had come Into the room 1 I friends. number If they desire re- Batteries: Brown and Spohrer; name. J JI
feeling rather frightened but the I ___ sults.
holding on tight as the speedometer Climb upon her oPen casementSee Benge and Phelps.
.mounted and the light car rocked cool tone of the woman the remembrance t Mrs. Regina Pinder and grand- a vision waiting there With each classified advertisement I PALACEMr. x

said.Tin afraid father won't believeyou of the fact that she was the daughter, who were visiting rela- While caressing fingers fasten The Citizen will give free an At New York R. H. E.
!" centerpiece of Guy's story, made her Auto Razor Outfit. Ask for and Mrs. Martin Johnson's
tives and friends for several days Waxen trop
in her hair.
petals Philadelphia ___.... ........ 482
Tm not counting on that. I'm goIng forget"All her fear I'll in a rush of anger. returned yesterday afternoon to it. i New York ..............-._ ..... 810 2 BAB00N.AOnslow i A G-E FAN
to see her and bluff. right come If you like.
their home in :Miami\ Stephanotis! Stephanotis! Batteries. Moore Jorgens I Stevens.Janet Chandler
she Bang it at her.but If
A policeman's band was going out you won'tlisten \ FOR RENT r
as Gay tried to dodge between to me. rllhne to tell father. Flower form of pure delight Pezznllo and Wilson; Parmelee and I in THE HOUSE OF DANGER
B. D. Trevor executive head of Breathe perfumed benediction Mancuso.At I wTODAT7 !!
your j
'bases travelling In opposite directions that's all-Mrs. Poynter. Columbia Steam Laundry, left BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Matiaeet 10-15et Night! I5.2e $4
; be missed them both by land The silence lasted while a person Ithe Hour Day or Week. Repairall Or ONLY
yesterday afternoon for a business On her happiness tonight.
Cincinnati R. H. E.
Ing on the Island. He bit the centre might count five; then Daphne put makes and paint them with I .
visit at Matecumbe. I Chicago ._.. _. 9 15 0
post neatly tried to back off and out her band took a clgaret from a Nu-EnameL We full' .u.m

found his way blocked by a large< packet which lay open on the chair I METAL SHIPPED supply of Agent carry for a the Cincinnati ............_.._..... .. 372 Enjoy cool relaxed comfort
blue arm. and lit It slowly, looking steadily at John,Pinder, chief operator with Batteries: Carleton and Hart- I with this high quality General -

"Driving to the danger said the Alison above the flame. the Western Union Telegraph I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. nctt; Johnson Herrmann Hollings- RDELLSCIGAR$ .- Electric Fan.

policeman grimly. "Ill! see your II- "I see!" she said. Well what do company in Key West left yester- OUT FROM HEREMore down And sell and them$1.00 as per low week.as $5.00 We I worth and Campbell 1 SThe: small non-oscillating

cense please. you want to say?" day afternoon for Jaiksonville to f
) I Buy and Sell all makes of used 1 I II I ; G-"E Fan shown here is so
,"Ob. please" Alison leaned forward "Only this. Alison faced her attend a business conference with Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. At. St. Louis R. IL E. l I!F; low in price that it is within

"we didn't mean, to do any standing. 'I've found out all about officials of the organization.Lain than 100 tons or metal I I Stowers 515 Duvalstreet Pittsburgh ._. .............._... 0 3 4 i t! the reach of anyone.Here's .
thing wrong! But It's terribly ur ,ou. 1 don't want to be beastly but I{ from the light company St. Louis ......... 00 .... __.. 7 11 1 STORE0 '
recently purchased .
gent. It's-it's a matter.of life and yon can either clear: out now and Dobbs veteran of they!'I ; the I' apr9-tf I Batteries: Bush, Weaver and r real FAN VALUE
house by Pepper
death! leave a note for father saying that world war, who was summoned toi; FURNISHED BUNGALOW : Padden; Hallahan Delancey.. 1, you cannot afford to pass
I Metal of Miami is being -
The policeman was sympathetic It's off or I shall have to tell him the Miami for physical examination,!! company modern conveniences i I f. up. Call and see our complete -

but unimpressed. troth. rm not going on my own returned yesterday on the Havana] j to shipped Port out Everglades.of Key West en route I[- 636 William street. Apply, garage Val- AMERICAN. LEAGUE Baseball ReturnsBy .o.t; line or phone for a home

"Sorry, miss Ive got to do' my word either. I've got someone else Special. j -- r trial.There's a G-E Fan for
I It is understood that at that des Bakery. julyl-6t At Detroit R. H. K.
duty.HI see Insurance sir to prove what I'm saying. I room in the home.
your too. I point the metal will be loaded ona Cleveland ....._._00............. 370 Wire ,: every
please. "Dr. Lnmley. of course! Daphne
He Mrs. Carola Nettles and son steamer and shipped to its ultimate NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEAll Detroit ... __...._....._.__ 812 0 E
was a large policeman even gave a faint crow of laughter. Thomas III arrived ;
Retchings, '
as policemen go and he was leisure "Yes. Dr. Lnmley. Alison was J destination which is a port modern conveniences; facing Batteries: Stewart. Winegarnerand -0- COST LESS TO RUN
this morning from Washington D. park. Apply 1400 Division Cochrane. COME IN AND GET THE
in Japan. Pytlak; Bridges and
ly. not shaken now. She felt safe. He if: THAN A LIGHT BULB
C. and will visit for while with
street. Phone 487-M. jly2-3t
would be here at any minute to back All of the iron and steel was RESULTS OF THE
-T ISTEN. Guy m get a taxi and her up and at all costs she must Mrs. Nettles' parents, Mr. and salvaged from the local conveying I. At Philadelphia R. H. E. MAJOR BASEBALL
Mrs.! Charles L. Roberts. { ; PIANO TUNING New' YOlk __.._ ._ 8 13 2 t
-* Ill keep Daphne until then. "He knows apparatus and sheds which were
go on. try and keep her! ___
"No! You mnsn't go near her-It's an about you-and the anonymous I' dismantled on the docks which Philadelphia. ...-....--... :5; 10 0 LEAGUES0 /THE KEY WESTELECTRIC
Miss Aileen Pinder and grandmother PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo I
not safe!" letters that you wrote-and every were transferred by"the navy department Batteries: Broaca Murphy and '
Mrs. Sarah Gardner who reno. Excellent piano for sale Jorgens Blaeholder. Dietrich. Caster CIGARS CIGARETTES.
But fits protest was lost Alison thing. to the department of ; oI
Daphne drawled. ? Bea were visiting relatives in Jackson cheap. 1018 Division street Benton and Richards. I !
was already out of the car and running "Everything commerce. SOFT DRINKS COMPANYSTEAMSHIP
to the pavement. little more explicit! ville and Miami, returned on the! jun24-lmo ,- i

f "Flat's number 13." she called "All right!"Involuntarily,Alison's Havana Special today. GERMAN PATENTSSET At Boston P.. H. E., ETC.P&O.

back to. him as. waving she hailed eyes flew to the square plated clock ROOMS Washington .._ .... ... ... :5 6 1 .
a taiL on the oval writing table. One Mrs.\ Frank Bently, who was' 1934 RECORD' Boston" _.._....____..._ 6 1 31

She was getting Into It as Gay: twelve "If you want me to tell visiting with relatives in Miami I' "THE' MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00. Batteries: Linke, Russell and I -- -

leaped out and tried to follow. A you. He knows that yon murdered returned this morning over the inr Amwrlatnl Press l $2.50 and $3.00 per week. Bolton; Walberg, Hockette and R.
ham-sized your husband and that East Coast. 1 Double and Single. 128 N. E.
hand In a white glove< you hate him BERLIN July 3..--Brai FerrelL
fastened on his arm and draggedhim because he tried to stop yon and wracking for iayeatiel' i i. a 4th Street Miami, Fla. v Co. .

back. that you wrote to all his patients Dr. Robert O. VanDeusen director -! favorite pastime i. Germany june26lmoxFOR Chicago at St. Louis, postponed I UNITED STATES FAST

Gay was not a light weigh He telling stories about him to get of the Fairmount Park according to the Reich's patent rain.
gave a shove. The policeman reeled. even." Aquarium at Philadelphia, arrived office which report that SALE. MAIL ROUTES FOR

his helmet did an undignified somersault Somehow,somewhere.It was missing this morning for a visit with old every 31 minute a patent licence fORT TAMPA-HAEffective V'AHA-WEST INDIES
Into the road but he held on. fire! As she spoke Alison could friends. I wa i issued daring 1934. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. IDs Z larch 18th, 1935

With one word "Assault! he see that Daphne was smiling; a With 17,011 reaiatr.tiol'taot"e The Artman Press. aug7 Leave Key West for Hay Wednesdays and Saturdays

summed up the case and blew upon tight-lipped unkind. smile. She said Mrs. C. C. Pinder who was enjoying office claim that 1934 12:20 P. M.Leave .
his whistle Icily, "When you've'quite finished t OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two I
a vacation with relatives stands oat a* a record year Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,
( Guy found himself staring back repeating all these libels, perhaps and friends in !Miami returned of invention in Ik. history of bundles for 6c. The Citizen Office I Leave Key West for 'ort Thunda Monrm.tfe'
over his shoulder at a tail's tall- you'd let me speak You don't know. oct16 days,630P.M.
this morning. I j the itntitntion, the BILIOUSNESSSIGHT
lamp as It vanished while two large 1 suppose,that yon can get two years average I I Ticket Reservation ... I.f.DNk. !

'policemen propelled him none too In Jail for repeating libels:>> like that?" II. S. Gimbel. circulation manager -!I having been 10,000 licence a WANTED 1 1 Thono 71
gently the direction of the nearest t Alison did not believe it but even year.
police station. U It was true she did not mind. She .for the Miami Beach Tribune) Nearly 37,000 new trademarks WANTED chance to bid on' J. H. COst.. A .Bt.

was worked up now to a pitch when I arrived from, Miami today to confer -: were registered dnrVig; your next printing order. The
with Charles Caring, in which also exceeds the -- --
Alison. In the taxi had seen none nothing mattered any more. charge'' 1934 Artman Press. aug7,
of these last events. 'Co' *fkt.tltS,ffveiy V. Wi.c5) of Key West circulation !} average considerably 1

Nine minutes past oneil!I Would paper. j PERSONAL i
Alison I* horrified at Daphne's a stay with the parents, Mr. and
hebe In time? Not far to go but ..1aia1M1aA.. tomorrow.of .
J G. R, Steadman manager of r Mrs. A. B. Curry. left over the STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS,! Hotel Le
the Western Union Telegraphcompany highway this morning for the INDIGESTION victims, why: ;
SPEAKS UP FORWEEDLESS I the 600 smokers gatheredfor 1! and also cable manager, home in Miami. suffer? For quick relief get a 1 IS PRECIOUS

their annual field {returned yesterday over the East free sample of Udga doctor's
t a
KING Cbast from a business visit to'' Mrs. Cornelia Sawyer returned prescription at Gardner's I Correct vision!! is vital to "Miami's MostN. t Hotel"Biacayne
Ackille Vandenbrake. in 80 yesterday from Long Key where I child. Impaired vision in
:Miami and other points in thedistrict Pharmacy. your
PARIS I {{ with her son in law and daughter his education and later business
July 3-M.demoielle a bowery bum would ) 10-llx Overlooking Bayfront t I 1 Park and Biscayne Bay
Mrl and Mrs. James E. Duane. vision makes
success. Impaired
Eliane Carmona chosen com. Rene Clement and Arthur William MendelU who was away
backward children nervous Opposite Unit) Bus Station
the national congress of the Dubois rolled cigarette on a business trip in connection) Dr. E. Rodriguez y Bazo. who MISCELLANEOUS n.
French Smoker ProtectiveAocUtion II with the new men's shop to be in Miami for visit with wrecks and inefficient men. One Block fromAnd i Shopping District
in 30 second. Another contestant : was a relatives examine his herenow
; a* "the mot opened this month on Duval' and friends returned 1000 COPIES of Declaration of Let us eyes musements
did it in 25 but his street.. over to to children I for possible defects.
charming smoker in France" returned yesterday. j Independence give
[the East Coast yesterday.
proved a great disappoint' : fabrication disintegrated whenhe I i to burn to celebrate 4th of July I I LOWEST RATES I EVER QUOTED

meat to her elector tried to *...... it. } Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Albnry and'{ J. Y. Porter. IV.. attached to in place of fire crackers which DR. J. A. VALDES
Single Room with Bath _..."......_..........__ $1.50
What questioned ke admitted Clement also wo:* the ringblowing Json Bradford who came to Key'West the internal revenue department they are prohibited from havingby
..oo would lke: to marry with ci- to attend the wedding of r in Washington. D. C.. arrived those who are so old as to I I Ortkofo Soft-Lite Licensee Double Room with Bath 1 2.00'f
contest a *
a man who loen't *..1... p I Mrs. Albury ister, Miss Juanita 11 I}yesterday for a visit with his have forgotten when they
But their qve..'* treachery men 2 feet. 2 Lathes i in diameter. j Isabel Curry to Angel Delgado! father. Dr. J. Y. Porter and other were children. Jefferson B. 532 Dual Street Manager ,

did not cramp the festivities last Saturday, and remained fori'relatives. -.. .. _' .' .I' Browne., -jIy3altxl I I

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