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 5, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00058
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a Associated Service.FTCM Day Wlrt tElJ 0- !{ 11 W eft't Citizen( t most Key West equable Florida weather, .has in the the

For Best b61'ears Interests of Key t.dtoth.West ,, r country range of; only with 14*an Fahrenheit average




One Year Has Elapsed Since MAKING PROBE RAILWAY COMPANY !Father Mother And Four Children Burned


Key West Was Taken Over:'By, !


FERA Unit For Rehabilitation:' Ijf CORONER'S: CAUSS'OF JURY INVESTIGATING BLAZE -,'I I L To'iDeathWhenflames' Enveloped Home


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O.. year under the New Deal without compensation 1,749,440. << I OF

has brought about amazing. re-,1 I The citizenry showed that they I Investigation ,of the cause of I Henry Atwell And Family Meet

tall In this city which ODe year were willing to work rather than I' the fire this morning, which destroyed i OTHER BUSINESS HANDLED
loaf in the and let the federal ROUND OF GREAT SPORTAlthough
j i I i sun the residence! at Flagler -

ago today, with com 80 per cent, government support them. They avenue and Leon street and snuffed I i Announcement was made at the I II Horrible Death This MorningBODIES
wanted to bring prosperity back I
meeting of the board of county I
.f Ita population on the relief out the lives of the Henry At-
to their city. They did not take I commissioners Wednesday night I rail fell intermittently 6-3 and 6-2 match over Carl Saw-
roll., handed ever the operation 1 I kindly of the thought of having_ to well family, is being taken up to- that taxes of the Florida East ,
i't leave their native homes. day by a coroser'a jury empanelled I Coast Railway company had been I during tbe day, the Kappa Pi yer.Although the wind died down

.f its municipal and county affair | The year has brought many;i by Peace Justice Rogelio : paid that day by T. B. Bennett, Fourth of July festivities yester* after the morning showers, the FOUND HUDDLED TOGETHER WITH

to the state and federal I changes to Key :West. Aside from 1 1I t: Gomez. tax agent of tae company.In I sailboat race proved interesting.The .
the building up of the morale of I connection with the an- day was nevertheless much enjoy "Barbara", piloted by Miss YOUNGEST CHILD APPARENTLY CLASPED
government I I the city the most noticeable Members of the jury are Charles nouncement! as made by Clerk Ross Barbara Thompson, daughter of
', change to the visitor who knows.: Richardson, Frank Carbonell, W. Sawyer it was explained that the ed by a large crowd attending. Henry Thompson of Miami won IN MOTHER'S ARMS; ORIGIN OF FIRE

Left stranded out en a coral I the city of old is its spick and: F. Collins, Clements Jaycocks, checks will have to be cleared Following a parade'along."nval over a large field. The "Barbara"

reef at the extreme southern tip span appearance. Trucks, which]r Fabio Olivieri, and Rex Shaw. and when, this happens, which will is: a Class B craft, built with WHICH PROVED SUCH GREAT CATASTROPHE -
I worked the first several months!i I There have been a number of probably be the middle of next i street to South Beach, a pt., m round bottom, mahogany wood:;

.of titS peninsula of Florida by a I of the year on a 24 hour schedule I I day witnesses by the summoned sheriffs office during to the be week arrangement will be madeto i af activities was earri/ on' and neat finish in varnish. A large REMAINS UNKNOWNDeath
have hauled during, the year 89- field of motorboats were dashingover
I prepare a I I
gradual .hift of ,trade and indus I at the recessed
974 cubic yards of refuse and present hearing Present at the meeting -were throughout the day, when the rain the waters of South Beach,
from this until tomorrow
try"; KeyWesr-'aad its county, trash from city streets and vacant i 1 morning Commissioners' Porter, I.i bat because of the different classes -
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afternoon 4 o'clock. Police Ivan
lots, and the work is still vigor-j, acting chairman; Braxton B. Warren permitted. Chief! of 1 1i .! present, a race could not be in its most horrible form wiped out the Henry
Monroe, oneJuly. 5 last adopted:
'ously pursued. f and Nathan Niles. Norberg' i held.
I' i Elwood in a car led the parade,I
ra.olatio..rr..def.., -all their Scores of dilapidated buildingswere 'LARGE- NUMBER: : i Thompson is out of the( city and i I I II Jitney dancing continued all I L. Atwell family when fire destroyed their residence at
I demolished and the grounds, .r rON Carl Bervaldi was ill. Clerk Ross acting as Cbi.'-Marahan. II afternoon Del Woods' orchestra

legal power t., Governor Dave on which they stood beautified. '.Cl,Sawyer, Tax Assessor J. Otto I The following'order'wad carried playing. I Flagler Avenue and Leon street this morning.; The dead

SholU.. I Vacant lots were cleaned and developed -I EXCURSIONFOUR Kmhheiner.. Chief Deputy Bernard I II Close competition marked the
into attractive play- Waite Fred J. Dion and oat i in the parade: Officer of bathing beauty contest. Miss Bar- ares

This action itself was unique. I grounds and parks. Frank Delaney were also present : bara Carey, sponsored by the Gas
: When the winter season approached -I HUNDRED AND THIRTY Mr. Dion and Mr.' Delaney ad- Kappa Pi in official car, Junior : Company, and Miss Moraima Henry L. Atwell, 31.

Never before bad a county or i those in charge of the dressed the board on matters relative Drum and Bugle Corps, boys and Ochoa sponsored by Joe Olive V. Atwell 30 his wife and their'children
FIVE PASSENGERS AR. tax which, with ; ,
surrendered its 'rehabilitation program wondered I to adjustments I; man's, Inc., were so closely pearl-I
: other matters or like nature were E Florida National II '
i girls; Battery ed the judges had difficulty
what the season would bring forth RIVE YESTERDAY IC.ard I Dorothy Mae Atwell, 71h.I .
powers' to .tat. and federal goy : in the way of tourist business.I held over until tonight when recessed the I ciding1 the winner. A final
two fire engines newSeagrave
meetings of the Equalization ; : was made from public acclaim and !
They expected an increase over Sylvia Louise Atwell, 6.
ernm.ats.M the previous season due to the Board for the 1935 and 1936 engine recently purchased ,decision of the judges. Miss Ochoa :
I Arriving yesterday on the tax books, Delinquent Tax Adjust) and
The resolutions de- publicity that Key West had re I wa declared winner She will Henry Vernon Atwell, 31 lx.
emergency 435 | f
Special were passengers ment Board and Personal Tax Ad- by the city 'and engine No. I; i be awarded a silver cup. I
clared that due to the unemployment ceived. The results surpassedeven 'I and '
from northern cities,
boards to be held
justment are The entertained
I Municipal Band Gerald Kenneth Atwell I'/.
their I ,
and 'consequent financial fondest hopes. I I! intermediate points. Of the number Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd group on bicycles, members of for a half hour with beautiful
An actual check kept by the I
distress "both the and ;I I there were 235 excursionists. reported deposits in the First waltz and march selections.
city countyare statistics department of the ad- I Junior Patrol; Prairie Schooner Father mother and four children, so horribly burned
: In the train were sixteen cars, National Bank of $1,580.80. A I II
unable to on the functions I regrettable occurence was
carry ministration showed that I
36.000 12 of which ,were coaches. Several distributed as follows: General} arranged by Buster Cerezo and that which while the huddled the
f happened as to be unrecognizable, practically together, 1
the visitors to the during
of government, leaving journeyed city
of these brought to the cityto
were Revenue, $287.40; Fine and For Be by Show in When I
population in a dependent and dis- the winter season. Most\ important accommodate the returning ex-|I'. feiture, $82.56 Outstanding? 'Gilbert Weecb. I the babies and their progress.mothers were I.! youngest apparently had been clasped in its mother'sarms

tressed condition." people stayed much'longer cursionsists, others and the 135 debtedness, $385.27; Special In-I Neat military evolutions were assembled on the platform and

Governor Sholtz asked Julius F. than in previous years. j, passengers for Key West from Havana. vertising, $27.52; Special judges were debating their decision '. and the others nearby. .
reveal that the
Salient points the Ju-rior Patrol aft
and interest, $55.04 Road executed by :
; the crowd surged close to the
Stone, Jr., Florida's Federal number of tourists increased 10-. $55.04; General School. $275.19; ; the I I raised stand, and began to climb' How this terrible catastrophe, which has cast a gloom ;
Emergency Relief Administrator, 691, or 46 cent hotel regis- 1 er parade. j I
per ;
Special School Bond and Interest, :
on it, with the result that half the
to accept the unique position: of trations showed an increase of CITY COUNCIL $137.59; Special School District Frank Johnson's entry, ridden:: platform collapsed. No baby was over the entire city and brought deepest woe to the surviving -

receiver. 4,660, or 86 per cent; the num- Number $1,275.19.Remitted carried off first I I injured, it stated but several !
by Buster Cerezo, was
Mk-. Stone studied the situation ber of guests in rooming houses MEETS TONIGHT by the tax collectorto of the mothers suffered from: relatives and friends, was brought about, no one
before he accepted the appointment increased 160.per cent a typical J, honors and won the beautiful silver -I I
; .
.. W. V.Knott, comptroller -shock.
'' The Kappa Pi Club wishes
fie'"tG'\ind "tmrc relief coat; restauY reported an increaseof I JI treasurer exofficio of Monroe\ cup front a'fast field of competition -,; to state its regrets at the occur-II III knows nor will any one ever be able tot I. it is believed.
for the next five would be 84<< cent in business, and I
years per county $916.94.Judge in the horse race. |i
and business There will be s regular meet-, (I rence. Shortly before 4 o'clock this Officer
$2,000,000 as a one laundry had its best winter Gunn A was'held which morning Franklyn
Hugh act
reported tumbling I! The Baby Show will be held next I
Council held tonight
proposition it was better to put trade since 1926. ing of City -
the population of the distressed The peak of the season was beginning at 8 o'clock. ( licenses issued during the Monthof was favorably commented on by week in Bayview Park where the Arenberg, of the Key West police department, was asked
other than merchants,
June ribbons will
be fresh
that the council visitors to the Messrs.\ Bec- I ,
city on its feet economically. reached in February when hotels It is expected city.
Moving the entire papulation to provided for 3,214 guests as com- will receive the official chargesas $150. Of this the the state receives To raise,' Powell, Marquez Hardingand competition. There are three by a prisoner in the city jail to get word to the tanker
I $100 and county $50. classes babies from 1.12 months,
industrial centers was rejected pared to 1,278 during the previous made by Mayor William II. Malone | Miss Marshall I
merchants, $6, for the state $4 Winifred were from 12-24 and from 24-26 I
Norman that bail.l him h
along with an out and out dole. season when fewer hotels were in connection with the dismissal .! Bridge asking some one out as
force of and county $2. I in the act. months. First and second prizes
Administrator Stone decided to from police
whole- opeyied. Captain of Night Police Everett'' Sheriff K. O. Thompson's re The championship tennis match I will be awarded the prettiest boy was a member of the crew and the ship was sailing this
task revival
begin a of on a I While the city was experiencinga
I and
showed in babies.
First girl
port deposits
sale scale and in a fashion never good tourist the work of i Rivas and two patrolmen. j scheduled for the Athletic Club i .
season *
National Bank of $83.01. I Bathing, firecrackers, general morning.
before attempted. He hoped to I rehabilitation went steadily on. I In all probability a definite date courts was held at City Park be- j'j'I
) Report of Clerk Sawyer for tax merriment and a dance at the
will be set for a hearing of Cap- 'I
overcome years of misfortune by B. M. Duncan, engineer of the tain Rivas in the event that he certificates redeemed or pur- cause of wet grounds at South i Cuban Club, Pritchard's orchestra He immediately! went to the ship and when he
the lit-
rehabilitating picturesque state road department, who was Beach. Ignacio Carbonell took
chased during June showed $1- playing, rounded ont the enjoyable -
formal '
tle island into a tourist city-a loaned to the relief administration I so desires by the making council, and also ap- 697.39. honors and a silver cup in a 6-3, I day's festivities. I started to return and was leaving the vessel saw the
second Bermuda. to speak. administrator plication to ;
so and bad,been serving as i
Several communications from .. .
Looking at the picture of at Key West duringthe I that of the two patrolmen, if the I Governor Sholtz relative to county glare of the flames reflected againat the morning skies FI

desolation with fresh, unjaded emergency phase of the rehabilitation I council so feels disposed. I II indigents and other matters will lUCHARD-wvER I 1
eye Administrator Stone could program, was suc- be discussed at other meetings of BROOKS GIVEN I I and in his car started for department headquarters, real-
see more clearly than the Key ceeded on December 18, by M. E. I the board.
Westers what possibilities there Gilfond, who had done a good jobas INVESTIGATINGf 1 Bond for Rogelio Gomez as notary I HEARING TODAYARRAIGNED DIED YESTERDAYFUNERAL izing that the alarm system was possibly out of order, due

were'for.Key Wet>t. They thoughtof director of the public relations public, issued by the American -
industry in terms of shipping, department of the administra- ROBBERY CASECounty Surety company in the sum to the thunder storm early last evening. .

factories cigars, canneries, and of $500 was approved.No SERVICES ARE BEING '
governmental activities, all of tion.Under Mr. Gilfond some re- other matters coming up BEFORE JUSTICEOF Just as he was nearing Number 1 fire.stationOfficer, ,
which had been lost to them. took departmental HELD HERE THIS !
organization place '
Solicitor Allan for, tideration a recess was or- PEACE ON CHARGEOF
administrator Arenberg told The Citizen, the engines: responding( to a
The friendly look work was co-ordinated, Cleare, Jr.. is pursuing the dered until Friday, July 5, tonight v 1': AFTERNOON ,
ing on the town saw and administrator launched roll t"SJAMP EMBEZZLEMENT 1
stricken, the new tigation of the assault and 1" :
beauties that the harassed native upon a program destined to bery made by three men last Sunday i, telephone call, came out and started ,fors; ; the scene, but i

had half forgotten,. please the visitors who alreadyhad night on Santiago Escovedo.i:I t 11" when arrived the house was' practically:
I Richard 76. died they destroyed,
Sawyer ;
He saw beneath their neglect, been attracted to the city. aged storekeeper of Southard CLUB IN George,b*B&okaed was .. lll :: 1'eter.1 '

the charm of the JOld World at- Strange it might seem, the street just off Bahama street,' : m' urt:ofPeace; Justice Frank day afternoon, 12:30 Officer Arenberg immediately returned to the scene
mosphere; profusion of tropical city with miles upon miles of and who departed with more than NEW\ LOCATIONThe o. 'Kobetrs' this
plants, quiet, lanes, sunbathed waterfront was without a bathing $100. I charge of embezzlement.morning on a his residence, 1017 Fleming street. at racing speed ahead'of the engine and while on Flagler
streets; miles of sloping beaches, beach. Volunteer laborers were Three men were arrested by the The only He is well known to many Key

clogged with seaweed, but needing assigned to the task of giving the sheriffs office and held for in I Key West Philatelic Society witness summoned was Berlin Westers and for years had conducted Avenue fired six shots from his revolver to arouse the
only care to make them beautiful city bathing beaches. along one vestigation. Two of the men are I has changed its place of, Sawyer the complainant. his
bathing beaches; all about the Is- stretch of sandy beach, cabanas still in county jail charged with meeting from 521 Grinnell streetto I After hearing the case, Justice a small business at people in the section in the event there was any possibility
land he saw the finest sportsman's I' were built and overnight these,!being vagrants. The other was re- 1409 White street, it was stated Roberts ordered the accursed held residence. r'-
fishing grounds in Amer- proved popular among the winter leased. today by the club's president. The in bond of $200 for the next term Funeral services are being held of the flames spreading.
ica. He saw that Key West is the visitors. i time also has been changed. Meetings criminal court. this afternoon 5 o'clock from
only city in America that has Two celebrations, El Grito de will be opened at 8 p. m., Judge J. Vining Harris instructed Fleming Street Methodist church Chief Harry, Baker told The Citizen that when the

never known frost, and these ad- Yara and La Semana Alegre, were NEW\ ENGINE FOR. instead of 7 p. m., each Friday.At : the sheriffs office to permit where the body was placed at 2
vantages aided him in deciding inaugurated this past winter for this Friday's meeting the Mr.' Brooks to sign his own o'clock. Rev. Shuler Peele is to apparatus reached the conflagration he realized that

that Key West should be rebuilt the tourists' delight.,. NO.TATION 1 plans will be completed for the recognizance bond which was officiate.
into a haven for winter visitors. The Navy Department turned I club's semi-private Stamp Exhibition done. Pritchard's Funeral Hom. is in nothing physical could be dne to save the home from

lie realized that to make Key over to the ERA its $175,000 sub- -. to be held July 12 at 1409 charge of arrangements.
West attractive to the tourist marine base for a yacht basin and i White street. This is a practice Mr' Sawyer is survived by three burning to the ground and he uttered the hope that all of

trade for the winter of 1934-35 a during the season 127 yachts visited KeyWest is boasting a new) affair in preparing for the Big GETS LETTER sons. Lenard, Paul and Chester
I the dwellers had been removed to safely.
tremendous amount of work would the basin. The harbor one i fire engine. Stamp Exhibiton next February. Sawyer; one daughter Miss Adalia

have to be done quickly. The of the finest on the entire Atlantic : The fire-fighting apparatus Although this is not a publicffair.tfrievdB Sawyer;'one brother, Abe Sawyerand
ABOUT CACHET About 6:30 o'clock the debris had cooled sufficientlyfor
usual relief labor was not suf seaboard was cleared of all : arrived Wednesday over the high-I and other interested one sister,' Mr. RoseDa Ben
ficient. The relief administratorhad hazards. > : way. .It is a Seagrave engine parties ere invited to join the nett, both of Cocoanut Grove,
: the bodies to be removed. They were completely un-
no money, other than for relief The only tropical open-air aquarium with a 750 gallon capacity per members in an evening of enjoy- and five grandchildren.

work, to put into the com in the world was completed !i minute and will be'added to the ment, it isstated., Commodore von Mietk-Liuba, Knight of the Golden Eagle, recognizable. (Mortician Reginald Pritchard took charge
munity. !hand opened to the public in Feb apparatus at No. 1 station. H. D. W., President of the of which the deceased: was a member I

To this end a Volunteer Work,' ruary. I Originally intended for tise in ONE MARRIAGE Philatelic and Nunjis7it5/? Socrtty{ will! attend the services and,I of the bodies which were carried to his funeral Lome to be
Corps was organized. Each citi-|I I To provide accommodations for the Veterans Camp at Islamorada of Key West, is iniiadtnpt+ of -a'' pallbearers have been selected

zen, employed or otherwise y was': the many visitors that desired to it was _secured for Key West by letter, received yesterday, from a from the membership. I prepared for buriaL

asked to make his or her contribu-I'.1 bpend the winter here Jut.season,I II the local administration.HABANAMADRID. LICENSE ISSUEDThere stamp collector in Kona, Hawaii,f I

tion directly in the form of labor .I the administration called on many i in which a request was made for JUST RECEIVED !II I Paul Atwell, uncle of Henry Atwell, who, is employedby
hours per week over a period of, Key Westers to vacate their beau- one of the cachets which were recently Large shipment I
six months toward the rehabilitation -: tiful homes with modern conveniences [ CLUB) has been but one marriage sponsored by the society. HENS AND FRYERS the lighthouse department and was at Rebecca Shoals
of the city and under the di-, and take accommodations I Ielswhere i license issued from the office Cacheted covers were sent to 1 I
rection of the administrator. j I I in order that homes and! Saturday Night j of Probate Judge Hugh Gunn the four corners of the United ,, (Dressed and Delivered) :': light, is due to arrive this afternoon on Power Boat 31 to

With the work corps organized' apartments might be placed at the' for. the month of July to date, States which is an excellent way'of Heavy West and FU. Meats

the task of rehabilitation got tinder -' disposal of visitors.Apartments DANCE which permitted the marriage of bringing Key West to the at-' Bermuda Meat Market I' complete arrangements for the funeral services, which

way\ During the intervening!I and homes were ref -II Gents $1.0O Ladies Free 1 Harry Edward Wroten and Elizabeth tention of other parts of the coun-t Phone 861-W Quick Service I
months 4,004<< citizens have worked f j'l (Continued on Page Four) McDonald. try it is shown. White at Virginia Sta. will be announced: tomorrow Afternoon.

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{ 1E.bt( ittt liatst Oli : WHY FIRE LOSSES HAVE DROPPED ITS TRUE! eeeeeeeeee.e0.eoeee.....
Bv Wiley Padan' till' "Today's Horoscope
i Published Dallr Except Sunday By During the five-year period from ........................
'THX ciTTXEji) pcrBusmxa co me.
:!, L P....aT..,... PrmUnt 1930 to 1934, the stock fire insurance com- Today produces a person of

JOB.ALLEN.Jtsststaat ...- Jtaaaver of the nation earned Temperature 1 I I weather tonight and Saturday I great capacity for knowledge and
: From The Citizen Bonding panies on an aver- Highest _..._ .._..__.__86' with scattered shower. with a keen and retentive mind.

: Comer Greene and Ana Street age, a smaller underwriting profit than the Lowest_ _. ..no ....mn.___...._ .711 I There is great versatility sometimes -

Mean .. ._ .. _78 '' WEATHER: CONDITIONS '| too much, since: it may induce -
Only Dally Newipaper In Key. Wet and Monroe live percent which the National Conven- -- l4 1 Normal Mean ...-.__.__..n...-.-.. ....- i desire for change drawingthe
eosnt,. tion of Insurance Commissioners has fixedas RaiafallYesterday's [ Pressure is low this morning abilities into.varied channels.

Entered at Key West Florida, a* second class matter Precipitation .96 Ins. over northeastern sections Father i Avoid tM general tendency to
reasonable and necessary for the con- i indolence and self-indulgence and
PIPTT-81TTH TEAR tinued financial strength and operating efficiency t, Normal. Precipitation .11 Ins.', Point, Quebec 29.68 inches the'upper ; cultivate strength of mind and
1 hH reseed :24-her
Member .f th* Aame late4 'Preae of the industry. ? FRANK MORGAN .[ ....,_ at S ...revere...& tkU ...rmtmK.period,i I Mississippi Valley Duluth, purpose. ,
The Associated Preaa Is .zelaslTely entitled to see i cey AS A(jOY WAS O-li a TtIi n.r c.'C''C' i Tomorrow's AlmanacSun i I I Minn., 29.71 inches, and the Plateau ----
TM Irv>OW.MADV. SANG ii T411(t' ::$
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fur republication of all news dispatches credited"to' During the last two years 'of that period 't SI rHoMA ecs24! rises! .......- ."..un 5:42 a. m. I region: Tonop.k, Nev., 29.80\ Subscribe to Tne Citizen
It of not otherwise credited In this paper and also however the I ........ ,
earn a .. Sun sets 'Ohm 7:21 p. m.'
finches I moderately'I
the local news published berLi .. ....... a a. nad continues
good operating profit made Moon rises -_,* ___,...10:43 a. m. t I Ii
i by a (jml WISE R,4tNERrotJ. e Moon seta:.Lw___ _. 10:59 p. nLTomorrow' '!I over southeastern!" sections
: EDITORIAL substantial reduction in the national fire R It Tides I Thomasville, Ga., 30.08 inches. ''

)kTlONAl loss. Afcd this has resulted in a misin- ; ? CHRISTIANAte j:| Showers and thunderstorms hare' A ROAD HOG
i CHAOUA.T5SOFr.fi.! P.M.
occurred the last 24
: during hours,
formed belief that fire insurance premium i li KINHAKDT tfATO t. ..:. High .. 1:18 1:07)I
PAlt R VA S VITH n:,";'!':TII --r. : in portions the upper" Mississippi ) RUNS BY
RATES rates should immediately be reduced. IN VliNNA fOIl 3)W$..%M> Ai Low ____. 6:52 7:28, and Missouri Valleys, the Ohio|
One Tear ..f 10 The President of the National Boardof 1 LLIAM MIW HRffriANS VA?VH; 1AS >. Barometer 8 a. m. today: : Valley, from western Tennessee
Six Months fOil 7 fAR1.
j eastward over North Carolina and
Sea level 30.00. :
Three Month MonthsOne .15 Fire Underwriters recently commented tIIckkIacRR: : ..*. n-a. ... ..-. ; I Virginia on the Texas coast andI

.20ADvERTTSING on the factors that caused the improved FORECASTKey I southern Florida the amounts:
Weekly fOR HIS FIKT STIGf ROU- Ib 'Ardj'VAfN WEATHER being heavy at Devils Lake N. D.. '
underwriting experience. It was partly KGINNiRS KCflVZO t toNlYSIAV50iOONVINC'iD
1.54 inches, Indianapolis, Ind.,
i, West and Vicinity: Partly
Made known on application. due to the absence of major conflagrations I a
.. AN AGENT Hi Wi A SASON5D & 1 tonight and Saturday. 1.04 inches Knoxville Tenn., 1.48'
SPECIAL NOTICE during the two years, and partly due to decided ACTOR AND.1W/ ? PAID 4OAVKKI i (& A K cloudy thundershowers SaturTbandrrthowert inches. Charlotte, N. C., 1.40

All reading notices, card. of thank, resolutions of i diminution in the number of fires of { probably I inches and Key West Fla., 0.96
eta,: will be ....
respect obituary notices charged for at inch.|:. Temperatures) are pen-
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the rate of It cents a line. suspicicus origin. But the main cause of fkWJMI 1'I.. mt i1 i| erally above normal this morning, e- 0

Notice for entertainments by churches from which the reduction lies in the fact that during } iNS:-> from| the Plains States eastward. t
-.. a revenue ts to be derived are S cents a line. ,
'. The CItiien Is an open' forum and invites discussion periods of depression inventories of insur- i I C;. S K:NN:uf, t! Q"a [Loco e.t.ok .ow .e.oet$
r 'public Issues and subjects of local general N, ITS TRUEt! '1. T Official in Cbnrpc. :,
or able goods carried by commercial concerns {A5imf ( A good business man sees that
Interest bat It will not publish anonymous communications. -
t 'are much below normal. As a result, thereis lsaueE y 1 checks his Printed Forms are .f a

a heavy reduction in the amount the insurance 1 8 r' /.A MALARIA quality he's not ashamed of.
a.c a1E0 j } 5
U 1& .
6 6 6
, companies have at risk. In addi- # '!
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN & CUM-UK: tits:nnar 1 in 3 days We solicit fta a QUALITY.

'1 tion, the curtailed staffs of industrial bifIJ LUBNfD 10 ; s FtIDH, t? 4\ L'- ,,{(.. I I PRICE and SERVICE ....i..
4* .t, fOR UK PAST.'ES FAfif' ics is:1; COLDS
: plants during depression are made up of ; r Tus. Partly Cloudy 1, Liasis T.U.I.S.Iee ..
ILL always reek the, ,truth and print it THE ARTMAN PRESS '
M dy
the more efficient and careful employes. fay gentle winds northeast N...[kept
mostly -
t with "ut... ear1' and without favor; never be "ITS TRUE! that a unique detail in 'Escapade i is: the :::' ;. -I TONIC.W LAXATIVE THE CITIZEN BLDG.
Consequently, it is logical to assume << and east. f
i- afraid :'t, attack wrong or to applaud right; recordings by the late Enrico Caruso amplified to opessti'level ; _. --
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'fir that better times will again see increased with augmented orchestration, for the Vienna Ov:*... Florida: Generally fair tonight --
i always fight progress; never be the organ "
stocks of goods on hand-and will again ,, sequence," says artist Padan. "The most life-like'reprc.d.\NJ aDd Saturday except scattered
I .or'the'jramjthpieee of any person clique of the tenor's voice achieved !,T' thundershowers
provide jobs for car*>!ess, run-of-the-mill ever was successfully ti z' Saturday after
t faction o'r chiss; always do Its utmost for the l
. employes. And then the fire loss will --- -- --- noon. in south portion. We will be pleased to have you consult us about
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:

r' injustice; denounce vice and 'praise virtue; probably soar once more. I: ? In;; t ; .1 Gentle variable winds over north' how you can
It takes more than two or three yearsto KEY WEST IN Today History.ee.e..e..ee..e.e..ee.
i commend good done by individual or organ. portion and light winds, mostly

i ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and establish averages for future insurance DAYS GONE BY northeast or east over south portion -
underwriting. If fire loss is down perman- 1 go?-Buenos Aires Argentina,
! ; partly overcast weather to- Build
t opinions; print only news that will elevatet Buy ort
Happenings Here Just 10 Yean taken
; by British f.rf's"1811Venezue"a
ently, insurance rates Swill follow, as soonas night and Saturday with scattered ,
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise Ago Today As Taken From I
;r\, with principle.IMPROVEMENTS time has justified reductions. Hastily The Files Of The Cilices first of the showers. Refinance Your Homeor

forced reductions, based on insufficientdata Sonth American countries to declare East Gulf: Gentle northeast or
S from east winds and partly overcast
independence Spain.1814Cat.iians
would simply force retrenchment of Sheriff and Mrs. Roland Curry

; the insurance industry's many essential activities announce the birth, on the night lose! 500 of its of

FOR KEY WEST to the detriment of every property of July 3. of a daughter. Mother army of 1200 in battle with..",- I, KEY WESTCOLONIAL repair or modernize any type

lt ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN owner and policyholder.A and babe are doing nicely. 000 Americans: at Chippewa, Can- HOTELIn building on insured creditThe
T. Merrill Felton and Miss I ada. .

the Center of the Business
1. Water and Sewerage. FEW LEADERS CONTROL Sarah E. Sawyer were married I 1830-Algeria taken by French and Theater District

Friday night July 3, at the homeof and ruled ever since.1565Rev. First National Bank of Key West
.. -
t ,., -- 2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- I I
1 the 910 James
bridegroom. First CI.FireprfS..iLI.
; t
William Booth
Senator Thomas of Oklahoma de-
land. once W. F.. 1
street. Rev. Bryant was!
founded) the Christian limon Rate.COFFEE .
clared that it does not matter how Under the
3. Free Port. really the officiating clergyman. (later rearmed the Salvation. Approved Mortgage

many members of Congress there are, as I Army) in London. SHOP NOW OPEI I
4. Hotels and Apartments; ;:
Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., is in re- -
four or five men run things anyway: HOUSING.ADMINISTRATION
5. Bathing Pavilion. ceipt of a telegram from his! 1934} -National guard went on Carafe Elevator. i FEDERAL ..
This is doubtless true. So far as legis- brother, Joe, advising that the: duty in San Francisco longshoremen Popular Prices .,

6. Airports-Land and Sea. lation is concerned the average Congressman Elks delegation from Key West,! strike. I

7. Consolidation of County and City has little influence, and all the on the special train, arrived in I --_. _.
Governments. Chicago day before yesterday, and: division and the homes to be built
: brave speeches made on the floor change after a short visit continued on i mill be installed before the' last 1111..1.1"111"11..

very few votes, if any. The leaders decide their way to Portland, Oregon to: lot is sold. .....................................................................

what is to be and if attend the convention. I .0 0.
legislation passed they
Nobody wants war, yet there are always The flag of the United States .
find they,, cannot command enough votes to which will be presented by" the .
i wars. Coast Guard Cutter Saukee returned
c put a measure through they just sidetrackit to port last night and re-! Knights of Columbus to the city i

M and await a more favorable time. ported that it was impossible to' of Key West for use at Bayview i
If all the commencement oratory was locate the Schooner Fannie Fay.j Park arrived this morning. /The -LeakyRoOfsj? ? j
Hundreds of bills are introduced flag is ten feet long and six 'eet
repeated every week it would make no which became waterlogged and '
wide. The emblem will be Ye-
which their. proposers well know have not sunk off Tortuga last week. The:
sented the defense 'exer-
at day
the slightest chance of enactment, but vessel had been reported drifting!
t' sel.! .
*. these gestures sometimes impress folks and a men2to navigation. i ..

To take away from business the incentive back home, and when they fail there is always With the air cooled' by heavy
pf making: money is like asking the Schooner Amazon is reported to! rains \>hich fortunately are not,
plausible alibi ready. We have stock of Sherwin William Elastic
laborer to work without pay. It is a formof Every a Congressman performs much have near had Jupiter an explosion and the on resultant: present Mahi\ Temple today from the Miami Shriners about''of a large j o

slavery.On useful work Washington for his consti- fire practically destroyed the ship.! 1500 :strong with their families'
The Sankee left today in an effort -: and friends staged one of the i d i Roof Cement and Liquid Roof Cement j
tuents, however, looking after matters be- to locate the derelict and destroy -' most magnificent aid impressive: '
interpretation of the law of the executive and it. I
fore the various departments ceremonials even seen in Key,

s land/the supreme court is infallible the bureaus. Most of them are able to ge.1. a West yesterday It was a perfect I :
Jp today's issce of The Citizen Independence Day and the visitors' .
alone that there is L :
hypothesis no higher appropriation '
postoffice building or an I -
new ? apoears} the announcement of enjoyed themselves. to the utmost. We are also 1 running a special I on ::0
court and it is therefore supreme of some kind for their district occasionally Cleveland. Niles..for chief of polio .I Key: Westers were unanimous in :i .

which adds to their prestige.But *. Mr. Niles 'i is'at present an I their praise of't'le..parade and drill Carey's Standard Slate Surfaced 0
officer on the force. During his: evolutions than which nothing. i : :
1heLord,:'having,bestowed upon us so far as influencing general.leg'laUon i ,
Ter has has
uTlervice. eight yrtW ne !more artistic: or entertan.iinjj
the blessings of the previous week, asks to is concerned, a very few membersrun served under three mayors and I ever been seen jn. Key West. ; Roof ngs, 75 pounds, was $2.75 ji
be remembered only on one day. In the the machine. The rest might as well each has found hint a satisfactory' ,I :

spirit of fairness we should do that. So do stay at home. I I I guardian of- the peace. are Editorial going in comment for training: Many as cooks girls, : SpecIal. . $2.25 Roll :T

not fail to go to church on Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. II.'I I but the girls in Key West seem S : 1 :

FROM POVERTY TO POWER Burgmer. a baby boy in their I to be satisfied with instructions | l 0

home. Syracuse, N. Y, on June I in the art of opening cans. :
'The fellow who wouldn't think of ask- I
27. Mrs. Burgmer was before:
ing a merchant to throw in a pair of socks I That American boys have no mono- marriage Miss Rita Roberts,Ii'i I -......_..In.'. Iodine ll.t.l- i J.ustRecelved | !

when he buys a pair of shoes, has no compunction poly of the opportunity to rise from humble daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert' THE SEMINOLE i
Roberts of 606 Francis street. : %
about asking the newspaper for : origins to places of power is pointed out I L : : ii i

Holt Rustler I by recent writer who names several high class development ?11 \
a lot of free advertising, the a The first modern ,
i' Carload Dixie Galvanized i iSi '
points out. world figures who began life in poverty. to be started in Key ill" Shingles
West is under Martello
Lloyd George former British premier, way. I :"
Towers will stand for ages as an E Ii !:: Per square with nails $6.50 !l
Rush D. Holt, the "baby" senator was an orphan brought up by a cobbler. example of the energy of the f "s'.(; }

have been Ramsay MacDonald\ the recent citizens of Key West of 1925 a I
from West Virginia, seemed to pre- : :i il
and s0
monument of enterprise to 1
appropriately named. He made a rush mier, rose from abject poverty.The combined energies of the people l\\

for the senate even before he became of late Aristide Briand,. several. who see crest things in the futureof Jaek.eesllle. Florida

age. But he does not believe in rugged, times premier of France, began life as a Key West. and capitalists from rilS.. B.home.tike"Institution(.KIN EH. Maucer New Low Prices On Screen Wire \\
the who realize the A Junna..-
individualism, so he will probably slow up waif. I' out needs of of the city'city and, were the abere '7wn1.flnd y.... ...........,
T .I.rt .ad ..I.rt.IIo...t a matter : :
considerably from now on. Pierre Laval, former French premier, I first to hearken to the opportunities 01 great ImportaDc.-e. .

was once a butcher's boy. I for those who dare. In this .
to be A < *! flrepraof b.II.I.R Iete4 '
That politics makes strange bed fellows President Massaryk of Czechoslovakiawas i I development provided. fire sidewalks,.hydrants are installed !. the 'heart---0-.t tae-etty .' *

is once more proven in the alignment the son of an ignorant peasant black and in fact every appliance which Every Room with Combination Tub
mad shower Hath Radio. Electric South Florida & Co. !
Contracting Engineering
of Senators Robinson and Huey Long for smith. !I will be needed in a modern subs Ceiling Ventilation.Fan Comfortable Slat Door for Bd Summer with I

the soak-the-rich program of President Benito Mussolini\ Italian premier and I Mattress. of Inner Spring 'Const
LOPEZ i rwt ion and Individual Bead- Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
Roosevelt. A few weeks ago Senator Rob- dictator, was also a blacksmith's son, and 1{I BENJAMIN Inc: Lamps. I :
inson told the senate in so many words himself worked as a common laborer. RATES .

that the Louisiana senator should be ousted And as an American parallel to the Serving Key West -ITTBM. Prtrat Bath -..BladeTit .fled i "Your home is worthy of the best"
I Half CemUiry tie !!_.. Prirate Bath ,s.A
from the senate, that he was a prevaricatorand two last named, it may be mentioned that 24 Hoar Amb.laaee Service 4e Ram. *. Private Bath ___":a._
24 a. ... Private Bath a3e
a' menace to this country. Now look former President Hoover, too, was a blacksmith'oS Licensed Esabalaser ie !!..al* R__ Private Math 4Ae' :.....................................................................

at m. I son. Phone 135 Night 696.W !FLIGHT! I>CREASE' FOR DOVBLBOCCtPAHCT .a :I.lI.I I.I.lI.lI

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. .ENEMfSMKISS'S = I i.S..SSS..e.o..a Anniversaries Today7" 'ILE. c !LEACUB GS!: RUSSELL'SCIGAR --.z,

SPORTSDOUBLEHEADERS ............. .......... Club- W. L :>>ct.
aYNOPSla \ C.y Z.... 1f. "You sent Guy down there to New York ..._.._._.._ 43 25 .632,
kelp, Allow Ktdtettrmhu. 1801-David G. :
that Dap*.*. Sumert. who. to to Warley-you meant to frame him ,,Jarragut, fa-: Detroit ......._.._.._. 43 29 .597
marry Alt on' < leis with the murder!" It mous Union naval commander of
was guesswork
5Jast... u Cllh: : .. : Chicago .... 36 28 '
.563 '
'r the
Ci-ril War perhaps the ;, -- ---
Poyitfer. On keir leap 10 blind.bitting I in the dark yet >. she great- i STORE0
COM/rout Do."... Ooy aG.as .eef4f4 said It. Alison knew that she had!I est admiral in our history born';',Cleveland ..._.___ 3. 31 .5-14

desk. .,.,Ioa.it forced 4IUon to MI.1.go to*Ik ahead. toUe -, hit on the truth. "Too knew that' tw. Tear Knoxville Tenn. Died at'1 Boston ___.._.-__... 36 3-1 ..514I I

and chare.* Dapkm tfik what akagad other man had the letter and yon -- Portsmouth N. H., Aug. 14, 1870. I Washington 29 40 .420 -
bar learned.Chapter -- -
Cog meant Guy to go down there and I J
40 find him dead andSbe stopped. eee.aea..eeeeeeea..a.eeseeee.eees.ee..e......... 1810-Phineas T. Barmim, Philadelphia 28 3731 ; Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

Her eyes grew wide almost black :; 81. Louis .___._______ 19 47 .%88 !i
I greatest of all showman and mOt'
COUNTERSTROKE'DO as the pupils opening swallowed CIRCLING THE CAULIFLOWER ROW'By skilful advertiser! in history born i I j' J Wire
DONT care.Alison said "but 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
up the Iris. "Oh! Alison gasped. FEATURE FOURTHOF
know this. I'm not coins to let "Oh at Bethel Conn. Died at Bridgeport Club- W. 1. PcL I --0--
Ton sent hIm-that awful Conn..
you marry my father and kill him man down to kill me!" I OSCAR PITA April 7, 1891. j I New York h_"_ 47 19 ..712SL COME IN AND GET THE

too"!" It was clear now-as. clear as the JULY GAMESNEW I......i. ...::.................................... I Louis _..........__ :19 29 .5. i iI RESULTS OF THE
'by do yon think that would 810-nel\lT C. Murphy, a not
please met? glinting which shifting narrowed, avoided black her eyes I Funny, thing about these wouldbe -. the club with a return match between Brooklyn, X. Y., lawyer statesman -')I Pittsburgh ._h m...__ 40 32 ..5561t MAJOR BASEBALL

"I don't know. I suppose you'd get Suddenly, 'as a; flash of lightning own. YORK GIANTS CAPTURE. boxing;, promoters we have in Santana and Fernandez. diplomat and scholar: born!I Ii ', Chicago: n__ .-..-.----- 38 31 .551 LEAGUES0

Ills money. Alison's lace was pale. throws up the contours of a dark and around. Key "West. All year' in Brooklyn. Died Dec. 1, 1882.1, Brooklyn __.__.._.__._ 31 36 .463 i -
her breath earn quickly. "You'd landscape. Alison saw. TWO FROM LOWLY BOSTONBRAVES they have been striring to give Rojas wants a chance! to prove I i I Cincinnati h._....__.... 31 39 .4-13 CIGARS CIGARETTES:

better ask Dr. Lumley. He knows all A plan so safe so simple that no I I the boxing game a real kick off' that he is a better fighter! than I 1846-Joseph B. Foraker. Ohio I!I Philadelphia ... 'm.. 29 39 .426 SOFT
about your arrangements at ; CARDINALS ANNEX and now; that a real opportunityis i Figueredo.The I DRINKS
your one could ever suspect Daphne governor and U. S. Senator born Boston ....__ _...hm. 20 50 .286
house at Warley." 1 Sumers of a band In It. except the TWO CONTESTS presenting' itself with the re- I in Highland Co., O. Died in Cincinnati -) ETC.

It was a shot In the dark but the 1 murderer the one person who could I oi- ning ;of the Cuban Club stadium Santana-Fernandez contestwas 1 May 10, 1917. Subscribe to The Citizen.

effect was startling. All Daphne's never give It away! 1 1i they_allow it to get by with so closely contested that many '
_. .
coolness dropped from her; she i out as much as an effort to keepit fans who saw the milling would'I -- -- -
(!ep.et.l t. TheNEW <'ltl__) 1851-William Brewster noted
stood up her eyes glittering."Oh Two telegrams, one sent o5 for i YORK, July 5.-The II IIi going as good and strong as it I willingly! pay to see the scrap Cambridge, Mass., ornithologist of|I
!" The tone was menacing. one to the monrs'wbowould appeared the last night a fight was again.
"Does he? Then perhaps league-leading Giants slugged in this I his day. born at WaVefield, Mass. i ;.i I
yea can suspect that they got mixed I put on arena. I Died July 11, 1919.
explain what he ,waa doing there? on purpose? Above all. who could tbeir way to a double victory over ,

You're In lore with him. aren't yon? ImagIne that Daphne Snmers had the Braves, 10 to 8 and 12 to .' John Nebo tried his best to build BUSY BEES TAKE Q i

Well. then perhaps you know that : any deep design in sending a girl Pittsburgh took advantage 3.j']I the fight business here during the]1i 1 1i ,1, 1853--Cecil J. Rhodes, the I I iJ I I II 11 'I 1 ,i
the police are looking fw him whom she sickly English youth shipped off
on a bad not met bad never winter season but it was impossible I I GAME FROM LOPEZTIE ;
charge ot murder seen down to the house at Warley? loose Cincinnati pitching and fieldIng -j 1.i with the prices he offered and to So'th Africa who became an!

"I don't believe It!" Alison flung Was It only by chance that that to take the first game of a j I i also because! cf conditions as they j J j I empire builder statesman and l lI I It t + ts !

that back scornfully. grey.faeed and awful man bad doubleheader 9 to 5, but lost the 1 were at that time. 1 I fniancier. born. Died March 26, '

-' _n'. ___ ... second; 5 to 4. as Billy Myers I j i SCORE AT END OF NINTH;! 1902. i
cracked homer in the I I -
out a sev-j I .
Francisco Sardinas a veteran LOPEZ REFUSED TO CONTINUE
enth.The I|I in the game took over the Cuban i; 1860-Robert Bacon, New York ITS PURER I '
champion St. Louis .Car- !I PLAY I i banker, secretary of state, am- 'i e
i Club several weeks ago and was'forced II iI I
dinals regained second place by)[I. to put on his first two i I I I bafsador. World War soldier, born ? 1 LASTS LONGER!

defeating the Cubs in both ends''.shows! free of-charge, but afterthe i' i i I in j Bo!'ton. Died in New York

+ef ui hf l'lf i.M" of a doubleheader, 5 to 3, in 12.;|, news of a "fight at. the .Cuban -(-By- -JOVE) -i1;1 I r May 29, 1919. LtU ICE REFRIGERATORS

innings, and 6 to 4, before a bolt- 1 I I t
day crowd of 38,100: .1.1I i{I I I town Club"some got well of the circulated notable around began "'tI I I The Busy Bees and the Lopez j ii I II j in three times up. Sawyer hit two I Made of all metal-equip ( I

i I George Watkins hit his second!''to: pour in and in less than aj i Funeral I Home ten played a1 very j jI i I tin:as many times at bat. 4i ped with WATER COOLERS I ,.t I

( |home run of the game in the tenth 1;[month the old crowd began to ;I: good game last Wednesday night,
t < k'c j inning to start a four-run Phillyj show up. i iI I I and at the end of the ninth inning I Hale. Jackie. Armando and McCarthy They're Economical 1
i rally that defeated the Dodgers, 8 .: played a good game.
!j the tie but the
score was ,
(Ito II 7, in the second game of a] I Score by innings: R. H. E. f
100 Per Cent Refrigeration
1 I Mr. Sardinas would much'r refused continue
I twin bill. Brooklyn came back very Lopez boys to I I Busy Bees-
P L with three runs in the last half.;r like to keep np the promotorial I i playing because one of their play- 100 100 001-3 10 31 t Satisfaction I II

2.1[ business but it seems as thought t kers! .... 100 100 100-3 10 4
the 3 to called Lopez
The Phils won opener, was out at third base
I I he is having a little trouble with ; I I IJ1 atL
Ward and Griffin
I Batteries
The Philadelphia Athletic de-| :
V :) iJw who has connection'in i for the last out in the ninth. 1,
Y feated Washington in both games*:[ some one some : A. Lunn and Kerr. I
l the game. I II {| After 10 minutes the game was L r
.Tw of a double barrel affair. The score 1 j 3O 35
I'of the first game was 6 to 3 and I forfeited to the Bakers. I I \\"" rtllJ/f and

I Bob Schultz take the I In the ninth doubled
the second which was a pitchers'duel may up McCarthy i EASY TERMS DAYS
between Earl Whitehill and i business of promoting fights. Although to left, his third double of the i iI / r -
2 Bobbv is not very familiar
Johnny Marcum. to 1. b
'I I night.; Gopher struck! out. Sweet %
The Chicago White Sox swept with this work chances are a hun-! ,
i j both games of a doubleheader with I 1 dred I 'to one that he will do much!)!ing hit to third and Carbonell made i I t ICE CO.i''.

!the Browns Les Tietje shutting I'I better than a great many of the' an error. McCarthy who was running -: .-iNC.
ry 4i. j! rest of the boys who have tried i to third was blocked by st .
|out St. Louis 4 to 0, in the night-j IN
I Hale and after he base he YEAR
I and failed. was on Phone No. 8
after Johnny Whitehead broke
cap had words with Hale and the 4
some It
g r his six-game losing streak by get I FLORIDATHIS A: E -
I l
1{! umpire called him out. Then the
..:. .. ting credit for winning the first, Let us hope that someone will I I
I I Funeral Homers refused to play.
11 to 6. take up the business where Sardin-I I \
A deft shove sent Alison back to the couch. The Detroit Tigers had a glo- 'j' as is about to drop it and open 1'.' At bat the leader was McCarthy ,. iorgCUTHEALTH

"Xo!" Daphne's head was lowered come stealing: on tiptoe through I rious Fourth at the expense of the I I with four hits in four tries. Ar
like Haines and Davis French Root mando hit a single; and a homer 1 /I/1I"II"\\\\
a snake ;
striking. "Will the house? Or had ne been sent Cleveland Indians. The Tigers, by.
yon believe me then when I tell there to hide in I home and Hartnett. 1- -. -
you some corner of the way' of Mickey Cochrane's I --- - -
that 1 spent this morning at Scot garden and watch for a hired car to run, won the first game of a 1I 1-

land Yard being questioned about arrive a girl to enter and wait an- I two ply affair, 6 to 5, and rubbed Second Came 1 I I

what happened In my house? The suspecting* salt in the Indians' wound by belaboring At'' Chicago R. II. E.1! -.

night that you were there. Alison a Alison ice-cold swaying backwards four pitchers for 16 hits St. Louis ..m....._..__ 6 7 Ot:I \

man was murdered. ,away from the dark malicious and 10 runs including two homers Chicago _...._.._ 4 11 4
"You yourself told me that no one face so near her own.saw too clearl,. in the second. Detroit won Batteries: J. Dean and De- : FIRMS
else entered the house that night! Suppose she had not !looked up that '
the score by a score of 10 to 4. lancey; Wameke. Kowalik and
They wanted to mow where I was night or heard the creak outside?
Before the largest crowd the Odea.
and I told them Murder by i j
-dining with your proxy-and a double
Yanks have drawn this season,
father. They asked me If anyone murder that would at one blow I

else had access to the house-and I lear Daphne from all danger from 46821. the league-leading New i AMERICAN. LEAGUE I 'Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
the Boston Red Sox \
Yorkers and
lied. Not for your own sake for your Guy Lumley. leaving him safely First CameAt I I
father's. But If I told what I knew-" hanged or else In prison! No wonder split their holiday doubleheader. New ,York R. II. E.

She stopped dramatically Alison Guy had been afraid to tell her the Bob Grove pitched Boston to a 4 :' Boston .......?..._.._.-._..._ 491
was white now. and she stared at truth thought Alison In sick fear; to 3 victory in the opener while New York ..._....._ 372
her no wonder he was so that another southpaw, Vernon Gomez,
as though hypnotized. But she sure Batteries: Grove and R. Fer-|
said bravely "I don't believe IL You Daphne meant to kill a second husband hurled the Yanks to a 7 to 1 tri-. rell; Ruffing and Jorgens. j jSecoi JOHN c. PARK AMERICAN.COFFEE R 0 S
can't prove anything against Guy. For If that plan, had not miscarried umph in the second clash. HIS SPACE
And I can tell them that be didn't Robert Rede's daughter the The summaries follow: Now Offered in 3 Grades,

do it Why you yourself said that heiress to his money Would be lying NATIONAL LEAGUE J Game FLORAL PIECES A
the movers' men went in next day dead now! lIe would be able to leave At New York R. H. E. 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, Th 2Sc;

and found nothing!" his widow a rich woman! First Game Boston ___....-._.__,."-_ 141. LARGO Th t8c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
'; Clear simple-diabolical! At Boston R. II. F. New York _..._.. 7 11 O'' V. & Ib

"T MADE a mistake. Daphne was : Alison's sudden rush towards the New York ........_.._...._10 13 1 Batteries: Cascarella.' Rhodes. J P L U M B I N G S.. t5c.

-* smooth. "I've asked them and' door was sheer physical panic.A Boston ..__.__ 8 14 0' Walberg and Berg; Gomez and I II Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES

they tell me that they didn't go Into leap and she was fumbling! at Batteries: Castleman, Stout,* Al: Jorgens. I Grocery Store
[the cellars. the handle. Two steel strong arms Smith and Mancuao; Brandt. Cant.i 1 PER M 0 NTH
"Even then he'd nothing to do closed round her. bearing her back well, Macfayden, R. Smith and: First:: Cam Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA
heaving her over and face down I DURO PUMPS
with It I went down the next mornIng on Hogan, Spohrer. At. St. Louis R. n. E.

and, there: wasn't anything. to Before a sofa. she Id I Chicago! ......- -._._11 16 0 i, PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
,there. eon even cry -, NURSERY
Secoad Came St. Louis.... 6 82+ > I
"Did Daphne's hand closed on the back other '512 Greene Street $3"00 .
your Daphne smiled grim At Boston R. II- E. Batteries .
ly. "Did you go right Into the recess neck pressing her face down New York _.__._12 17 1 I : Whitehead Wyatt I.'I PHONE 348 Phone'256
and! Sewell Hansen
into the cushions ; Walkup -
under Suffocating, she PHONE 597
the stairs? '
Boston ......____ 380,
Alison's face answered the. gees I kicked out helplessly beating. the Batteries: Schumacher and I Andrews and Hemsley' Heath ,, -
tion. padding.
"You didn't! And you didn't know "LIe still you little fool! Do YOU Mancuso.\ Dannnig; Frankhonse! Second Gam I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

perhaps that Dr. Lumley went dow$ want a scene in here?D'yon want me Benton and Hogan. :Mueller. At St. Louis R. II. E. SELECT SEA FOODS -READ-

to Warley to kill the man why wrote to tie yon up? Yon can say what you Chicago ___ 462St. INSURANCE

those anonymous letters! like about me-make up any story First Game Louie. ,, 051 Jewfish 2 Iba. 3Sc THE KEY WEST
"It Isn't true!" That was a cry. you like you can't prove It. The real At Brooklyn R. II. E. Batteries: Tietje and Shea;
"Isn't It? You don't know perhaps point Is,. are you going to keep your Philadelphia 361 Thomas Hansen! Walkup and Yellowtail Steak 2 ILe. 35c Office: 319 Dayal Street c"

that one of the letters was foundon silly little tongue >.. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR
the man that he killed! And the "Let me by. Alison stood up Batteries: Walters and Wilson; j I Grouper 2 IL. 25c

police don't know that Dr. Lumley shakily and tried to push past. A Clark Leonard and Lopez. First Game I Snapper, 2 I Iba. 2Sc TELEPHONE NO. 1
was there-yet. Don't you th'nk.! All. deft shove sent her back on the sofa I At Cleveland R. H. E. bsmptittn.,2 Pn star
"!here! Sit Matto Fish. 2 Ib. 25c
Bon you'd better leave father'saffairs a momentThink .
your Second Game
Detroit _. ... 6 15 11 i .
I .-. Try Your Meala At
and mine alone? Unless remember. Alison I At Brooklyn R. )[. E. Cleveland 515 0 FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday -an EI -
you want to see your charming can prove that Dr. Lumley went .. 0 I
Philadelphia __ 8 12 Batteries Crowder Auker Hog-
: Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
there to meet that And
friend hanged yYou man I'll hold
Brooklyn _._._ 7' 17 2i; sett. Bridges and Cochrane, Hay- I FREE PROMPT DEUVERY. PORTER ALLEN
did It! You did It all on my tongue Just as long as yon hold
Business Office Baer __ 15.
!" Batteries: Johnson Jorgens, worth; Harder Lee and Phillips, j Citizen B.h..r
purpose! The words broke In a cry yours 1
from Alison' lips. (Copyright Jtil.ffrtlyn Jf. Wlc> Davis Pezzulo Bivin and Todd. Pytlak. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sin Cn. Dineen, ------

"Tou think so?" She said that Wilson; Earnshaw, Leonard,' PHONE III PHONE 51 COMPANY __________ a0e 7Sc. ... ss.
!insolently. AII.oft faces. tomorrow. a cruet :Munns and Phelps, Lopez. j Second Game
dilemm. .
& _. At Cleveland R. H. E.
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First Game Detroit ........ 10 16 1
.e e.....e e......ee...e..1 I I York famed pathologist; born at At Cincinnati R.TL. E.I Cleveland __ 413 1 AARON McCONNELL 0>zr Reputation is

Today's Birthdays Staunton, Va., 62 years ago. I Pittsbrrgh _*__--=:916 Batteries: Howe!; Auker. Hog- S36 Fleming Strt WrapPRITCHARD BOER
j I S 13 1 JENNIE
Cincinnati .. --- sett and Cochrane; Hudlin, Wine. ped.n package
e.o......* I Batteries Hoyt and Grace;
.0e..1 Frederick Lewis Allen of New : garner L Brown, Stewart andPIJDips :; FUNERAL HOME
t Schott and Lombard!, Erick-
Col. Alva York writer born in Boston, 45 Frey, Pytlak.

the U. S, A-my chaplains, born at I! years ago. son. Watck aC
FIndley's Like, N. Y., 59 years j:, First Game Do t.r PRINTING I Dignified: S.paiH& -
ago. I I S.c. 4 Game 'At Philadelphia Tl. H. E. C.art.a
Frederick Lewis Allen of New y
J I At Cincinnati : R. H. E.Pittsburgh Washington 390 DONE BY US
York, writer, born in Boston:4 5 I PUBLIC
I I 4 10 0 NOTARY
Dr. Andrew E. Douglass astron Philadelphia -..- 611 0 i ,
omer-director of the-UniTersity! of j years ago. Cincinnati .. 661 Batteries: Coppola Pettit.Linke I WATCHMAKER, JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER
t I I -THE-
Arizona's O'15Cy-.tory, born at': Batteries: Swift Blanton Bush and Holbrook; Wilshere and Ber-j AND ENGRAVER
Windsor Vt.. 68 I i Dr. William J. Hotchins, president and Padden Nelaon, Brennan, I -
years: ago. ; ry. Aa..Ia_ SenMe
i of Berea College. Ky., born Freitas and Campbell. t See Him For Yon Next Work ARTMAN PRESS

Dwight TV. Davis of Florida : at Brooklyn, N. Y.. 64 years ago. I -, 'Sec_d Game ALL PRICES REDUCER

and Washington D. C X. ex-Cover- First Gam At Philadelphia R. IL E.'I Hearn 9 te 1-1 a 6 Citizen Blq. LADY ATTENDANT' Citizen Office

nor-General of the Philippines, D-. Judah L Magnes. chancel At Chicago R, H. E. Washington t 1 6 0-! P H 0 N E 5 1
born in St. Lois: 56 years ago. lor of the Hebrew University,,i I St. Louis 5 12 Philadelphia 2 8 Oj bpei Satarday }Nigh. Pbep 548 Nmp Sleep

Jerusalem born in San Francisco: ,,,1 I!I Chicago ',- 8 14 21 Batteries: Whitehill and Bolton;! .- .

Dr. Eugene L. Opie of "New I 58 years ago. 1 I Batteries: Walker P. Marcum and Richard: __ _

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_ :' SOCIETY .1 Scenes Linked With Key West's Rehabilitation Program i COLORED UNIT Kappa CARD Pi Y-OF Club REGRETS expresses its

:-: : : : PLANS PROGRAM regrets of the unavoidable accident -
.-. which occurred yesterday
.......1...+.......S.......IS.SSSSSSSSS.SSSSS.SS ; .. < I when the stand on which the

Baby Show was to be held col-
Entertainment Given :. ':; Sponsored by the recreation department :
Enjoyable i '. : |lapsed and prevented the continuance

.', of the Key West Administration of the contest

For MembersoF Pocahontas Club :>:, / : a amateur program is jly5-1

I IIin. I being presented at Navy Field

P. M. Crews and Mrs Harold Kemp. Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Baker : : > :ll ii' I this afternoon ty the colored pea Some 3.600 tlrin.sk of griper
'Baker delightfully entertainedthe I Mica Alice Jenks Mrs. J. M. I ,:. "::;,, ,.. :.: ;1, ;," __ ple of Key West. fruit juice were prepared for Kt
f -r."IIrar.. ,+ t The following program is. being wanians attending the international
members of the Past Pocahontas Cremata, Miss Miriam Carey, Mr. '
: Chorus the
1 by group convention in San Antonio,
Club and their friends withi land Mrs Wm. Weaver, Mrs. Sam -.i. ;( :.. ,7j': I dance,)Winifred Bethel; solo Willie -II, _
Hart Mrs.\ Bernard J. Cruz Mrs. '
Bingo Party at the Red Men's -. l Mae-AJbury; instrument solo i MONROE THEATER

1a'n i Arthur Lowe Billy Saunders. Eloise Strachan; duet Helen Gonzalez Buck Jones in
on Wednesday night. Mrs. Ruby launders, Mr. and and| Ethelyne Sands solo i I SHADOW RANCH

.Priics were awarded for every I I Mrs J. S. Moore Mr. and Mrs W. Joseph Saunders; solo, Helen Gonzalez George White's

The door were won J. Kemp. AIr and MrsII.. D. Bush, dance
game. prizes ; tap Kermit Sa under 1935 SCANDALS

by Mrs Mamie Russell; Mrs Nelson I Torres Miss.Ferol, Mrs.Hormon Nelson, Spencer Miss Florence Mrs. t Te *; chorus, by the group. II Maliaeet Balcony, lOci Orchestra .

Spencer Mrs Helen Curry and I 15-20e Nifht lS25cRichardson's
I Hartley Roberts, Armand Almyda REMEMBERS NURSE
Harold Baker I Betty Henriquez; Barbara Mae ,,' ; "
... I
Delicious refreshments were Crrry. Murdock Haskins Mrs. Les- ,. DUBLIN--:; Richard Patterson -....

served and a very enjoyable evening j. ter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Henriquez, c 3 .,a.zs of this city left 160,000 to' I

was had by alL j Mrs. Anthony Haskins Mrs.\ Ro- a nurse who attended him daring GroceryFRIDAY

Present were: Mrs John Park. ; land Curry. Miss Helen Curry, the war.

Mrs Bertie L. Ili tegs, Mrs. Joseph j' Mrs. C. P. Ho eboom. Miss Josephine AND SATURDAY

Warren, Mrs. Ulric Gwynn, Mra. Jt I' Ovide. Mrs. Earl I iggs.I' PALACE SPECIALS
Ruwi; Kerr Mrs. Phil Archer '| Mrs. Mamie Russell Ralph Sawyer, //i _

)1,... Rex Shaw. Mrs. Agnes Kerr I I'| Mr. and Mrs. P. M.\ Crews and Mrs. I An Star Cast in Butter rb __...__ .__h.______ 26c

Mr- Ansel Albury Mrs. SamPERSONAL .,I Harry Shaw.'Pythian HEADLINE. WOMAN Maxwell Ho..e Coffee Ib 31c

-- -- Bob Steele in Bliss Coffee Ib ........ .... 25c

Kaffa H.... Ib ._.-________ .. 49c
...........w..1 SMOKEY SMITH
Sisters ------1 Sugar, 5 Ib*. _.__._..__..._..__ 27c

Matinee I0-I5ct Nifktt 15-2Sc Milk, can ____. ___... hOc a.d HeCream
MENTION Clrcl MeetsWednesday 6 can .... 40c aad 44c

Tomatoes, can __.___________ 5c
55.......555.555........j I afternoon the Py- Especially Designedfor Salt, 3 pugs. __...._._.____ _.. lOc

c. E. Smith, Jr., left yesterday Guavas. 2% .iie can ___. ZOc
thian Sisters' Needlecraft met at
4 use __._____
\ Pears 2F can 20e
afternoon the East Coast
over the home of !Mrs.\ C. C. Brown.
Summer WeatherThe Peaches'2ji eisa can 17c
-'- ---'
for Macon..Gavwhere-J: >e will re r .ar f
Baked Bean 6'c .__.. 2SeOraltine
mainfor business. The afternoon was spent sew- .i a*
-few/days on man who cares i :*mall. ...'... ... __ 33eOvaltine.
Afterwards delicious tt
ing. re- \ t ts about the condition of his I large __ __._._ ... __ 65cPrnne
Ed' O'BlieDJ'J1'IIblisher'' of the freshments were served.
*. ZH .cite yea .. 22c
Pan American Review in Havana,; Those attending were Mes- car knows that the proper I Ivory. Flake. ,3o; I.... .. 25c

arrived!yesterday from Havanaen dames Leland Sawyer Constance .. 'I' tII grade of oil makes all the Petal**, 10 Jbc, ,.,_.. .., 2Ic

.route to .Miami. j jArcadiO'Henriguez McDonald, Corinne Jerman. William difference! Fill your CAR { Tomato Pail. lOc ice,

,' ....J,. I Sands. Arnold Key, Lawrence with- !.2 for .. --.-.. ___.. ISc

left yester- Higgs' Miss Anna Whit- Sinclair and Pimiento. 3 can ..._. 25c

day afternoon to meet his son marsh and Mrs.\ C. C. Brown. Opaline Rno! 3 pkf*. ....___......_... 23cI

Giraldo and other members of the I Sani-FU.h. can ........._. .. 23cIvory
family who are to go from Tampa'by Arrcnge Dance At Pennsylvania Motor Oil Soap, 6 bar ..___. .. 34cEddy'
I Starch 6 for .. 25c
automobile and return from For Smooth Summer I' -- -
Habana-Madnd L.a Flake .__ .
Miami over the East Coast. Club Driving 2 pkf* '" I BeL

j I I .m Soap, 3 ban ............. I9c

Mrs. Wm. Mendell left on the Habana-Madrid Club will sponsor Colonial Service Station Life Buoy Soap, '3 bars ... tie

afternoon train yesterday for its regular Saturday night Clarence Crusoe Kidney Bean. 2 for 25e

Miami to purchase a number of dance tomorrow at the Crap Fruit Jnice, 2 for 25c

items to be used in the fixtures usual I Phone 397 Lard, 2 II,.. _..._-___._h_. .. 29e

of the new men's shop to be' hour.A good program f dance music Cheese, Ib ..._.._..,__.____ 2Se

opened this week on Duval street.': will be furnished by the Habana-I Siam Rice. 5 lbs.--__ 35e

Madrid\ Orchestra. ,,7 t....... Tuna Fish can ISc

Miss Iris Pierce of the local) Crab Meat can 33c

FERA clinic left yesterday for'; Giving Party AtLarsen' Plate Lunches Pbono 6SS-R Free
her home in Sparks, Ga. I I APPEAR TOGETHER .5555555...55555.55555. ,
Home successful that an agricultural project LEGALS Eaton and Elizabeth Street
I' to tie further develop
Mrs. Ada Albury and daughter looking has been !I A doctor, an ambulance and the CLASSIFIED and DinnersA
ment of this nairral asset ...
Mrs J. Thapgart, who were The participants in the amateur OTIfK OF MISTERS "" I, fire department appeared

visiting Mrs. Albury's son and, night performance held the night approved.Home who are financially -I under NOTICE and IS l by HEREBY virtue tt GIVEN and pursuant that- taneously at the home of simuI-1 I .-- --

daughter in law Mr. and Mrs. of Thursday, June 27, in Bayview owners their homes.I to that certain decree made I I Rustin in Chicago in response: to I I I COLUMN la carte
Merlin Park are being a able have improved and entered on the 25th;; day of
Albury and other relatives, given party calla sent by a practical joker.
An increase of 350; percent in June, A. D. 1935, by the HonorableJefferson .55555.555....... 1t
returned tonight at the home' of Victor 555555
to their homeat
yesterday B. Browne Judge of the --------
Islamorada. I Larsen Petronia street. biulding activities exclusive thel I Circuit Court of the Twentieth LEGALS FOR RENT Seafood Specialties t
I EP.A activities is shown, for Judicial Circuit, of Monroe County
Mr. Larsen the supervisor .
fiscal of July 5. 1934 to I Florida, in Chancery In that certain --- -
Mrs. Pauline Steinspring and in charge of the program and the year cause therein pending wherein. rmrriT COI-RT OF THE TWENTIETH BICYCLES-WE RENT By the I''. 1
5 1935 the previous ,'. jmintij rmrriT OF Sandwiches
July over George Adams In complainant,
three children left yesterday afternoon -, entertainment is being given as a II and Henry II. Ketcbam and Mrs. THE STATE OK FLORID. !> Hour, Day or Week. Repairall 1d
reward for the services renderedby If AM! FOR !MONROE CO I Hi TV. makes '
for Waynesboro, Va., where year.Requests accommodationsare Ketcham. his wife married and paint them with
for and if dead their unknown heirs. 1N r"'C'ER'-' Beer and Soft Drinks
will visit those taking part. Other KuEnamelWe full
they relatives for about supervisors being received daily at the devisees, grantees or other claimants J. B Sullivan carry a
one month. i of the recreation section I and all persons having or Complainant supply of parts. Agent for the
.. of the Key'
housing .
will assist in the entertaining. department claiming an interest in and to the VS. Rill for f.r.rls.re. .fM.rtaaae. Roll fast and Dayton Bicycles.And .
West Administration. This housing -, land hereinafter described, are defendants -
.Mrs.) A. E. Sharpley and daughter department, created to take the undersigned Special Andrew R. Miller. and Eva P. sell them as low as $5.00 /
,. Miss ''Elizabeth, who were REHABILITATIONBEGAN Master In Chancery appointed by Miller his wife; U Van ..s'alkenburg down and $1.00 per*.week. We
care of the needs of visitors not i said decree, will offer. for sale and and If marriedVan PLAZASANDWICH 1
spending, two months visiting in YEAR AGO only leases apartments and setl'at. public outcry to the highestbidder Valkenhargr. his wife: and Buy and Sell all makes of used a r
Washington and Baltimore at the stocks the homes, for rash before the front !Minnie K. Van Valkenburg' a Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.: SHOP M
for visitors b-.t
pantryi door of the County Court House in single. woman. .r
latter city, with Mrs. Sharp y's 'I Defendants.It towers company 616Duval r
the f
with foodstuff: and attends to Monroe County Florida, on Monday -
Dr. John returned (Continued from Page One I I appearing by the sworn Bill in I street. 503 Duval Street
son. Sharpley hiring of help for the visitor, if. August ;5th.; A. D. 1935 (same :: apr9-tf '
the above cause that the Defendant 4
habilitated self liquidating bring a rule day of said court and
the on a 4
yesterday on Havana Special. basis. The Administration took such service is asked for. j J a legal sales. day) during the legal. I I L. Van ValkenburK and If. married ,: FURNISHED BUNGALOVV-All Curb SemceCONVENIENCE ,
hours of sale, to-wit, between Jl Van Valkenhurg. hiswife. ; and i t
"Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wentworth title to homes where repairs were A Hospitality League" compo-I! ] o'clock in the forenoon and 2 clock the Defendant Minnie .. I modern conveniences. garage, tt tt
made and will continue to rent ed of leading residents of j in the afternoon of said day the I k..nburJl. a single woman, 636 William street Apply Val-
son, Elmer. Mrs.!! William Over- described .to residents of the State of 'lorida.1
entertainment for following property
visijtors. .
street and Hartman Williams are them until the cost of repairs is provides ,, satisfy said decree by payment of and that their place of ... des Bakery. julyl-6t
collections of A two-story; building on the the amounts therein specified.: unknown; and It further
liquidaed through
spending the week-end in Key main street .of the city was rehabilitated -, On the Island of Key Wesj that each of these said Defendantsare
West and at the homeof over the age of Twentyonein
are guests being Lot Twelve (I2) Square .
rent.The and is being used as ; and that there Is 110 person All modern conveniences facing I
One (1)Tract Eighteen; (III). ; !
\ Wentvorth's hotel
Mrs. !' mother, city's leading resort
of Florida the serviceof
an Hospitality Il3u: Mrs Fannie McCook on Pauline the palatial Casa Marina which tors gather to talk about back Plat Book I, Page 42. of Mon a Subpoena upon whomwould park. Apply 1400 Division QUALITY! 1 A G-I: FAN
bind the said Defendants or of Phone 487M.
street.Mrs. had been closed for three seasons, rue County. Florida Records. any strEet jly2-3t
social functions. the real estate involved ECONOMY!
them and that
home and en. JOT ]1 RAYMOND U. I.*HID. :
was re-opened. Another large There has been a decided in- Sl'f'lalIa..ter: la Chancery. in the above cause Is described PIANO TUNING Our store is as near as your AT TODAY'S 600109tLT
Louis .V. Pellicier and son hotel the Oversea, was rehabili- 1! ALLAN B. CLEARSR... as follows to-wit Low act $4
crease in cultural advantages. Solicitor for Complainant. In the County of Monroe and telephone. Free Delivery!
Charles ;Loqin,.Jcft'over the highway tated on a self-liquidating basis. dramatics, music : State of "Florida and on the
Classes in art JlylZIZC: ; aug2 PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- No inferior brands.e'
I Island of Key West known on
this morning to join Mr., Mass drill exhibitions by schoolchildren arorkvajlableto .
choral and dancing Wm. A. Whiteh.-ad' Map delineated Ureno. Excellent piano for sale handle only nationally known
Pellicier-- at Tpvernier and remain field meets boxing ten- visitors as well!} as')1o for an' indefinite, period. nis, and golf tournaments were dents. There is charge for nTIt.t! IIP M.STKH' T9I.K part of Tra 5rM9. but now better merchandise.Our Enjoy oool,relaxed comfort
no I known asot 1. Block 4V of jun24-lmo
Notice is hereby given that under ; '
all provided for the entertainmentof teFW- prices no more-often .witrf Xhia hjghxjuality General -
membership in these classes.! j I and "by virtue of a certain order said I Tract 19. according ,
frlv.te"PuUntan.nnry Stanleywas visitors. No selooking t s the comfort -,' and decree of foreclosure and sale A. Uwynn's Diagram recorded ROOMS less-than other stores. Electric Fan.The' .
made and entered on the 2th dayt in Plat Hook Zt-nf Most- .
sent to Key-West in train 75 Murals for public and semipublic an-8 entertainment of the visitor !< \ '> June A. D. 19J3. In and by the jrwe County IFio":, Recv' dry}' I ; : rrtall non-oscillating

of'the,Florida East Coast'Railway places were painted by mem- hasten overlooked. The city'sonly Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial ibu mendng:ft a pomt.at.lherJ THE fUNRer-Rooms $2.00, ARCHER'SGROCERY i 'G E i'an shown here is so

for MartinezCanus. and family,, bers of an artist colony, who were bourse was improved.Taxi Circuit of" the State of. Florida uiuvt of Von Pfister and White.. $2.50and- $3.00 week. low In price that it is within
golf I in and for Monrw:: r..... .ty. In ,$JLrdets.. and rnnninK thence. per 1 .i ,
arriving from Havana on the sent here from Washington. The rates were reduced. Restaurants Chancery, in a cause therein pending along the said White. Street In Double and Single. 128 N. E. ''i the reach of anyone.Here's .
Steamship Cuba, to be used on the'I weather beaten home of a retired and hotels cut their prices I' wherein Ixtrence B. Burdick Is a N. Wly. direction .n feet andInches 4th Street, Miami, Fla.
plaintiff and Burbank Realty Ccun-, ; thence at rlJlbtanlrl..s.In ; "The Store That Serves I. real FAN VALUE
family's trip to New York. 'I i sea captain. built of solid mahogany ,Handicrafts have been encouraged pan ', a corporation organized and a N. ETIy. direction 199 feetand I I jnne26-lmox cannot afford to
: was rehabilitated for"an 'art and the administration has I existing under the laws of he Stateof 1 inch: thence at right, Yea you pass
I .'nriftand Gato Real Estate &: angles In a K. ITly. direction 4 up. Call and see our com-
Mrs. Lionel Plummer who was, gallery and there is displayed the done marvels with this innovation. : Improvement Company a corpora-: feet and 9 Inches: thence at I y I FOR SALE Welcom. R..poa.iIt1.i l S
in Miami 10 of works the artists. The and existing under right angles in a S. WI,. direc- Account
for: days as guest j I of gallery Mats\ pocketboo's;; hats and other : tion organized:
tion lot feet and 1 Inch back to .There's G-E Fan for
I' the laws of the State of florida.are -
her son and daughter: in law, Mr.]I is said to be one of the best in developments from coconut fibre i derpndant. foreclosure of lien the place of beginning; TYPEWRITING PAPER 609 All Competition met with every room in the home.

and Mrs. Joe Plummer, returned j' the South. are attractively made. There are'' of tax sale certificates, the undersigned Also-On the Inland of Key sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. Low Prices and High Quality.

on the morning train yesterday. I'I I School children have been organized workers in carving, painting, and ; offer. Special for sale Master and in will Chancerywill sell at West known Map delineated on Wm. A.in White.head's February -- aug7 ONE STOP SERVICE !I i

-- 1Key I I for a permanent summer in the making of sandals and other public outcry, for cash In hand to 1SZ9. as part of Tract COST LESS TO BUN
workers the highest and best bidder at the II, but now better known as Order All Your Food N.eda
George I. Knowles formerly of in order that handicrafts. All relief
clean-up program, Lot of Block in Tract 19.
2 4
I front door nf the County CourtHouse V$ THAN A LIGHT BULB
West, was a visitor in KeyWest i the city may be kept spotlessly are being taught substantial;i of Monroe County. Florida, according to W. A. Gwynn's OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Through I

yesterday arriving on the I clean, as it is now. The Junior trades. j I during in the City the legal of Key hours West of sale.Florida, on Diagram 1. page 34 recorded of Monroe In Plat County.Book I bundles for 5c The Citizen Of, Dressed Poultry f

morning train and departing in Work Corps which replaced the I Prosperity, for Key West; means;i Monday the 5th day of August A. Florida Records: Commencingat fice. oct6 Fish Turtle t
the afternoon. I Volunteer Work Corps composed increased business for the entire'' I>. 1935 the following described a point on White Street, distant I Fruits Vegetables ': THE KEY.WESTi
and being in the 4t feet and 9 Inches from ,
land. situate lying
I' of adults enables the children of East Coast of Florida, for northern County of Monroe, State of Florida, the Corner ofbile and Von Meat f ELECTRICCOMPANY,
Bernard DeWitt, head of the Key West to carrY on where their ; tourists, visiting this city,: to-wit: Pfister Streets and running [ PRINTING-Quality Printing at Dairy Product \i i
.. thence along said White StreetIn
public relations department FERA I parents left off. Constructive : must travel the entire: length of Lot 9l Fifteen MartelloVTiMTers.l (lat f Block:a pubr TwoHI a :XWly... direction 4' feet the Lowest Prices. The Art- .t':

who left with Mrs. DeWitt two work in the rehabilitation of the I the east .oast of the state on. entering =J JI' j l, itviSH iM"<*rcordfnK to the plat and 9 inches thence. at right I man Press. aag7 Phone 67 Fr. Deliyu1'al4 i

weeks for vacation in Jacksonville 1! has been outlined for .these and leaving the city. *d hereof yecor4od ago a city ,> I r mr-at Pagr' 14o. In the office *lM feet enoM Inch: thence.at I
Atlanta and other points youngsters.Work This in brief tells what the government -.i One of.-the Clerk. of the Circuit right ana-lca-ln'-a' ., S. -my.: I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
swimming I' has done in It 1, Court, Moore County Florida. direction. 4< feet'and .,9 inchest: 1.25.
returned yesterday. Mrs. DeWitt has started en a Key West. I I thence at right angles la,a ISWly. *.- cards, $ The ArtmanPress.

will return in about one week. pool which will be a 'replica of is as dramatic a story as has been J land Lol(SIxteen (let of rtlock Two 'direction,.IM feet aa4 .1 I II ... ug7 -- .--.-- -
the South written the New l inch back to loss of beginning. t t
the beautiful atolls of by Deal. ]1 I <2of Martello Towers, subdivision .
: I It Isltherefore'Orderedlkat-said" ,
M. L. Zimpelmann, according to platthereof I 1 1I i .
representing be does
IslesA bridle path is to Administrator Stone WANTED
Sea Defendants U-Va' Valkenburg-and _
recorded. In. plat Book ;; _>
the Pullman company in Miami 'bvilt i'i'i father of this unique iologicallexperiment One (1), at Page 14*. in the office I if he Is married.) Van Valkenburg STEAMSHIP Co.
and Mrs. Zimpelmann. came in and think of the of the Clerk of the Circuit 'his -wlfeT-and the said,J>e-I WANTED chance tJ P&O
i More plargrounds parks are progress:!! fendant Jlt i nIe-E. Van Valkenbnrg. .... bid on UNITED STATES FAST
yesterday for a short visit re to be provided. A school for fishing that has been made Here is his and Court Monroe County Florida I a single woman; having or claiming' your next printing oldetThe II _
turning in the afternoon. I guides is planned, as an aid answer: Lot Seventeen (IT) of Block to have an Interest. in and to the Artman Press aug7 I MAIL ROUTES FOR-
herein described be, and
Two (Z> of JUrtcllo Towers a I
to fishermen who operate boats I "Marvelous progress has been subdivision. according to the they are each, required. to appearI ,I FORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Albury of crtering to tourists. made in the rehabilitation of Key plat thereof recorded in Flat I I I to the Bill of Complaint filed in PERSONAL Effective March 18th, 193S
Miami are recent visitors in Key I'! build- I West but it cannot possibly be Book One (1>. at Page tie. In :'said cause on or before the 15thday I
Demolition of unsightly ;; Leave Havana and
: the office of the Clerk. .f the of July. A. D. 1915. otherwisethe Key West for Wednesdays. Saturdays,
West and are guests of Mrs. Fay! ings in the city wherever that can self sustaining for another two Circuit Court, Monroe County. I allegations of said Bill ef Complaint -I I STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, 12.-20 P. M.Leave I
Bethel at the home on Von done without destroying the years. I began the work with a I Florida in the above entitled cause INDIGESTION victims, why Havana for Key West Thursdays' and Mondays,
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l[ will be taken as confessed and
Phister street They are accompanied -' indigenous charm, is still goingon. five-year program in mind and Ii luted July J, 1925.WILLIAM V. AL1n RY. I judgment by default entered against'I I suffer For quick relief get a Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Moo-

by Mrs. Albury's mother, still consider that time necessary I I Special Master in Chancery I them.. free-sample of Udga, a doctor's days 6:30 P. M. I

Mrs William Camalier who is a To provide fresb vegetables for to complete it. What success has "Solicitor. CURRY for HARRIS.Pia IPUff. I I Clerk of Circuit f ROSS Courier C. SAWYER.Monro prescription, -at Gardner's TkkU, Ra*.rraU.... sad ImfrmaU at Ticket Office e* tie

truest of her son and daughter in the residents who were on the re- been attained is due to the effortsof I I jlr5-lZ-19-t: augZ County. Florida -'.. ., i I Pharmacy. Dsskl I***** .71

law Mr. anr Mrs. William lif roll an experimental farm was the Key West residents them l j LOUIS Solicitor A HARRIS for Complainant. I jan 18-19-20125-2;a"uly2-3-S-9-: J. K. COST 1R, Ac... I

Camalier, Jr. _. started. This farm las proved BO selves." __ Subscribe to The Citizen. jaai.l2-:9.37. 1. 10-llx -- ., .

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