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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 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 160. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY 1.! JULY 6, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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ARRIVE YESTER- DELINQUENT TAX .ADJUSTMENT. CONDUCTED FROM' FERA ADMINISTRATOR
'i I JULY TERM TRANSACTEDA CLASSES Nebraska's Famous Cam-
DAY ON GRANADA; MUCH BOARD ,CONVENES; PRITCHARD'S_ USDERTAK- EXPECTS TO RETURN

,DELIGHTED WITH ENTERTAINMENT APPLICATIONS FOR ADJUSTMENTS -!I r ING PARLOR; REVS. PEELE WEDNESDAY ACCOMPANIED BEING CONDUCTEDSTUDIES paigner Launches His
Criminal court for the July session regular meeting of Key of 1 t
AFFORDED AR2 HEARDAt I AND SMITH OFFICIATING BY OTHER OFFICIALS
the
will be convened Monday Gulf Castle No.2. and Fifth Attempt To Revise

Ignacio Agramonte Castle No. 3,
morning 10 o'clock in the county ARE BEING CARRIEDON
;
Knights of Golden Eagle was Legal ChartersBy
Frank Donnelly, cruise directorfor a recessed regular meetingof Funeral services for the six M. E. Gilfond, FERA administrator UNDER DIRECTION
OF
court house.with Judge J. Vining held on Tuesday evening July 2. I
the Standard Fruit and Steam- the board of county commissioners Installation of officers was held in members of the Atwell family I I in Key West, will leave tomorrow MRS. M. ROBINSON
ship company, and 31 passengers, Harris presiding. addition to other business trans- I HERBERT
PLUMMER
last night it was ordered I who met death in the fire yester- afternoon over the East
acted.
arrived yesterday on the Steam Including 26 cases which were Rafael Lazo, deputy su- (Or A>_..
ship Granada from Philadelphiato 'that proposals for furnishing a II I continued from the last term, mostof preme the chief ceremonies.of the order The, presidedat officers day morning which turned their 1 I i I]: Coast for Jacksonville to confer Cooking classes for white persona WASHINGTON, July 6.-It required -

enjoy another of the entertain one and half ton truck to be used which are the plant board cases, installed; follow: residence at Leon street and Flag- with officials relative to future exactly 10 lines in the Con-
!I being conducted by the social
ments provided ty Key West Administration I I I I
the road there are 37 to be called for Key of Gulf Castle
by department, replacing
officials, Charles ler into furnace activities of the administration in renio..1 I Record to note the fact
hearing. Thomas E. Roberts, junior past avenue a raging : service department of the Key
Taylor, manager of the Porter the obsolete vehicle now in use,
!I Cases placed on the docket to- i bat
Dock and Carbonellof chief.W. are being held 4:30 o'clock this: Key West. West were behind that brief mention ofa
company Juan be published in The Citizen. day by Clerk C. Sam B. Curryare Franklin Archer, noble chief. Administration started
the Habana-Madrid Club. \ told The Citizen he
Mr.
Present at the meeting were : Gilfond move inangarated in the .eaatelie
Albert DiNegro vice chief. afternoon from the Pritchard
: Wednesday morning under the direction
The Granada arrived her
at Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Commissioners Moses Green, colored assault Charles M. ,Hilton high priest. 'I expects to return next Wednesday
berth at the Porter Dock company's Wm. R. Porter. B_ B. II and battery. William W. Pinder,,. ,venerable, Funeral Home on Division street. and anticipates the coming at the I : of Mrs. Minnie Robinson. what may remit in oae of the
main pier at 2 o'clock. At 'I i I
once the visitors came ashore and Warren and Nathan Niles., Clerk, Willie Blue' 019red, vagrancy. hermit. I Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming''' same time, of Julius F. Stone, Jr., I Mrs.\ Susan: ,Shourds is teachingthe molt significant change in tLi.country' *
Ross C. Sawyer,.Attorney?William': Benjamin Sunderhaua, assault F. M. VoghtSir, He ald. ,
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began to enter the spirit of the .and battery.: Street-Methodist church and Rev. former Florida emergency relief class: for whit persons at the bUtory.
V. Tax Assessor J. Otto George F. Archer" worthy bard. I :
Albury :; ; ,
different phases of recreation pro- Kirchheiner and Chief Deputy),. Albert-Curry, colored, petit lar- Charles !\Mathews worthy.cham-j[ M. L. ,Smith, of Ley Memorial i I administrator; C. B. Treadway,I Il High School, :while Mary Morenois Nebraska')
} [ famous
vided for them and as usual went director of federal works camoatgner
Bernard Waite. j I, berlain. Methodist church, are conducting teaching the class for colored
( to the Habana-Madrid\ for dancing ceny.Robert i tions E. A. Pynchon. ppera-I
;
find rufr chmpRtJI- 0 This meeting was,, then ordered I Miller, non-support of Charles Curtis.,ensign, i I the services. j jI Mr.i )\ Treadway, and Conrad persons at the Douglas SchooL for constitutional amendment
-------------- 'minor child.
As Key West is the only port I recessed"and the meeting of the.i I Fyattie Winters, colored obscene Sumner Sweeti eesq'uire.. I, Paul Atwell,.brother of the de- Kynmg, Florida relief director. Clashes) for ,white persons are George W. N.rria-ia i launched
Personal Tax Adjustment H. L. Roberts first guard,, ]
Delinquent ceased
of call made by vessels of the and profane language. I!, husband, arrived late i In the ofinion of Mr.\ Gilfond.I I held each morning from 11 o'clockto
Board met in session.As Hartley Roberts second guard. yesterday from Rebecca Shoals. Upon a fifth attempt to revUe the
Standard between Philadelphia the visit of these officials will
company I embezzlement and colored '
William II. Perkins; Cattle noon, classes are
there matters for Ignacio Agramonte j' !
were no lighthouse and '
and Frontera, Mexico, arrangements -I completed arrangements mean working out of plans forcontinuinJZ'
consideration, c.! recess was or- on two counts. Gregorio Rodriguez, junior past for the services and held at 4 p. m. No classes are I legal charter of the federal government -
have been made for the rehabilitation -
stolen program
I. N. receiving
Taylor
the passengers to have about eight' dered until next Wednesday night..I. chief. interment. I in Key West for the fiscal conducted Fridays, Saturdays and and his home date.
property. II
I The Delinquent Tax Adjustment Edelmira Banta. noble chief. Bodies of Henry L. Atwell and; Sundays.Mrs. .
nine hours 1935 .
or on shore while the ] { Adolph Paso assault and bat ; year and 36.CORONER'S
vessel! is taking oil and water. I Board was then called ot order. Cecilio Santano, vice chief. his wife Olive, have been placedin Robinson, who attended Already Deceitful in two of his
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Yesterday while the chip was,I A number of applications for adjustments -I tery.Carlos Adolfo Lopez high priest. one large casket and the bodies i the opening: class for white per-I four
I Ferror and Eloy Ferror, venerable I effort*-eliminating the
Hector Rodriguez
here 33.354; gallons of fuel oil :01 were read by the clerk gambling. of the children. Dorothy Mae.! JURY sons Wednesday described the

were, pumped into the tanks, and:. and others which had been pre-I Joe Sawyer, colored gambling. hermit. I Sylvia Louise, Henry Vernon and'Gerald I' proper cooking of food for human ."lame duck" short sessions of
a supply of fresh water from the I sented verbally were discussed. Geraldo La Fe. Sir Herald. Kenneth have been placed TO MEET TODAY sustenance as an art. She pointedout
Pedro Hernandez worthy hard. in I eorgret* and providing for a one-
immense tanks of the Porter cora-i( After deliberations during another large' ca.-ket. Both that one of the principal aim

pant was also given the Granada,:]I which the matters were thoroughly LOPEZ FUNERAL Pedro Oliva, worthy chamberlain. -t caskets will be lowered. into the in the course will *ie to portray house legUIataro for Nebraska

which sailed for her destination at analyzed the board made adjnstI .- tomb simultaneously. methods: to be followed in uch a
11 o'clock. i|I I menu of all the matters on file I I Ii Emilio Nairifca, pnsien.Narciso f The father is survived by his! INVESTIGATING MATTERS! manner that all attending the the white-baired republican independent -

Passengers on the vessel, all of and the applicants will be advisedas HOME COMPLETES Garcia esquire. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. 1: class will be convinced that it Wan
DEALING
Teodoro Betancourt first WITH FIRE YESTERDAY who will be 74 in July,
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whom came ashore and thoroughly to the rulings and actions of Atwell sr.. one brother. Paul art.

enjoyed the time in Key West'! the board. i .FIFTY-YEAR MARKBUSINESS guard. I Atwell and one sister, Ms\ MORNING Among the qualifications of a believe his fifth move ha a good:
These matters concluded Dionisio Diaz second guard. s Joseph Warren. good cook she listed ,
being punctuality
were: Mr. and Mrs.\ C. L Fusten,1,
the Board in Mrs. Atwell's survivors close observationcleanliness, chance of .acceedi.,.
Equalization went the
Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Hoskins, Mr.i i I are
and Mrs. James Wil"lonIr., !\ and i session and rejected the 1935 tax! WAS ;ESTABLISHED W. MONSALVATGE parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fine, Coroner's jury empanelled to economy good judgement and His newest proposed amendmentis
rolls. Assessor Kirchheiner five sisters imagination.By .
Mrs. John Bindley. !Mr.\ and was Mrs. Emil: Lund-
investigate the death by fire of.
V. E. Shepherd Mr. and \ Mrs.j instructed to make up the book i IN BUILDING WHEP.E BAPTIST bloom, Mrs. Carl. Taylor Mrs. the Henry L Atwell family seeing the whole subject as aimed at speeding decisions!' on

N. Woodward. Dr. and Mrs.\ according to the laws passed by LEAVES ON TRIPTO I John Griffin. Sirs Gordon Wil, terday morning is meeting in yes-j. an artistic pursuit, she concluded, the constitutionality! of congressional ,-

liam Donehower, and Mrs.\ F. B. the recent Florida legislature and PASTORIUM IS NOW J llama Miss\ Jewel Fine. Three county court house this afternoon. !' students will eventually come to acts, preventing,: deci-
I
'Donhower. [re-present the rolls when com-:' ,.LOCATED- '" -- ,brother Charles_ Levy: andJ5. I'eaceJustice, Rogelio Gomez,) know themselves as "artist-cooks." sions by the auprea4.-rt.: and
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)' '' MTs&s'rf\ ::anti fStenhianl: Mrs: pJetedT" "* '*"V'I 1 ATTEND :YOUNG PEOPLES Hhe. Ylyn'l coroner ex-officio... is conducting J,. making that tribunal the sole

Ethel L. Aster; Misses Gretchen I I Mr. Kirchheiner notified the I CHURCH LEAGUE AT the hearing. -- CUBA BRINGS IN i arbiter as to whether congress ex-
board that
Ring: F. Herget, Helen Langer. pursuant to. sanction I I I VISITORS Members of the jury Clem-
and Helen Lewin; Mrs. Samuel I I I of the board, given at a,'previousmeeting On this date :50) years ago; Benjamin AVON PARK VIEWAQUARIUM ents Jaycocks. Charles are Richardson ceeded its authority in framing

Seitz. Misses Sylvia Shear Lillian he was leaving Sunday' 164 PASSENGERS legislation.
Lopez established the Lopez I Fabio Olivieri Rex Shaw,
Smith, Margaret Castine and Jane morning to attend'a meeting of : i HEREENTERTAINED Frank Carbonell and W. F. Col- No Action Seen NowIt
Lobdell; William Rosen. Dr. C. E. tax assessors from all parts of the Funeral Home in a building where I I
1 lm
William II. Monsalvatge. Jr., '" There have been 20 witnesses also would prohibit any act
state in Miami ,
McCann. W. Marshall Black and next week.
Harry G. Pentz.COLONEL. I the Baptist pastorium now stands. left yesterday afternoon for Mismi I ( summoned to testify at the ; TANK STEAMER OF STANDARD being held unconstitutional except -
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en route to Wingman Camp at : BY DR. VAN hearing. by more'than two-thirds of
BAND CONCERT The mortuary was later moved intoa I Avon Park, Fla., to attend the One year ago today anothercoroner's [ OIL COMPANY COMESTO
the court, of the nine
DEU95N OF PHILADEL- or seven
DALTONCOMINGTO I more commodious building which gathering of members of the jury was summonel to' THIS PORT
Young Peoples Service League of PHIA INSTITUTION investigate the causes of the fire justices, or where the cause of action

JACKSON SQUARE was secured from the naval sta the Episcopal churches. which on July 6. which was Friday I' was started within six month

CITY Once each the destroyed the Strand Theater
year camp nam- Cuba after enactment of a law.
tion. Steamship of the P. and
ed for two of the Episcopal bh-h-I Visitors in Key West today who' and burned to death Jack I O. S. S. company. arrived Thors- Norris has no hope of his proposed -
TO BE RENDERED TOMORROW From the date on which the ops, the late Bishop Perez son of Mr. and Mrs.\
i Mann and clIme particularly to see the Key, uel Perez. 1\lan-1!i day afternoon from Havana with amendment being acted on
i the John
PLANS SPENDING WINTER AFTERNOON BY WELTERS' establishment was announced as Durham present is Bishop for West Aquarium were G. C. Hin- 122 first class. passengers and 11 at this session but he thinks two-
ACCOMMODATIONS I Wing opened these denlang, managing editor of the : second class for Key West; 29 thirds: of each house might vote to>>
HERE PROVIDING
opened it was conducted by Ben-I activities and the time is devotedto ,
BAND magazine The Home Aquarium : SPONGE SALE i first class and two second class for I I[submit it to the senate next year.
instruction
ARE FOUND jamin Lopez until October 9, reatioa.religious and rec Bulletin published at East I Tampa.Of I He denies arguments of critics

I I 1922 when after a long and use' Youag Monsalvatge b being Orange. N. J., in the interests of I HELD FRIDAY! the 164 passengers there I that the amendment would have

Colonel H. F. Dalton, U. S. A., Welters' Cornet Band, present- sponsored on his trip to the fish hobbyists, specializing in trop : were 99 aliens which is the third prevented a day in court for the
retired who last year made his'I ing a concert tomorrow afternoonin ful life, he passed on and was succeeded by the members of the Young camp ical toy fishes.Accompanying. i I consecutive return trip from Havana Schechter brothers in view of the

home at Miami Beach, is planningto Jackson Square, will be under by George F. sawyer, Peoples Service League of St.. !Mr.\ Hindenlangare I made by this ship carrying on fact they were not indicted until
to Key West this winter, the direction of Sheddie Hannibal, I Mrs. Hindenlang and Mr. and CLOSE BIDDING WHEN PRO! the passenger list 99 aliens. more than a year after the recovery
come father of the Paul's church of Key West. *
I present management
and remain for the season if he I it was announced this morning.The Mrs.\ J. B. Maris\ .._of GlenrWge: The. hip sailed Wednesday for act was passed. Also, he

Can secure! suitable accommodations. concert starts'at'4':30 o'clock.!I A .' New Jersey, fAH!yf.them are fish DUCTS ARE OFHERED AT Havana, with 186..first class passengers : characterizes as "silly" the contention -

Numbers to beprecented! fol-l :It was operated; by Mr. Sawyerup I I MAX DAVISPAYS.I I t'nthusiartf"rfnfembers\ of the MUNICIPAL DOCK' i iI' four second class, seven i that an administration
I low. Newark I tons: of freight five automobiles : might utilize his amendment to
Aquarium Society. ;
Some time ago the colonel to the time of his death. May !I J
1 America. I !h.t'J't. vif fcl in Miami and : and |94 sacks: !. mail. 'make all of its congressional acts
wrote the housing department .
I establishment VISIT TO CITY
6 1931 when
; Tamp biddi- I ,constitutional simply by suspending
TankerNorman -
FERA asking for information relative March, "Rhoda Royal" grief ing bier the collections Close marked the aale Bridge, of the
Selection, "Der Freischjutz"-:' was takenoveF-bysbis.aons.; Benjamin of other collectors, and I' Standard Oil company, arrived in : operation of a new law for
to his the winter
spending' at
of yesterday
in this city and was furnished all I C. M. Von Weber; arranged by and Wa
data asked for.Yesterday I Mackie-Beyer. mortician and the latter as expert [ FORMER KEY .ESTER GREAT. selves as being' delighted with was $ S6.66 and the next highest of fuel oil for the Florida :' "Most injunctions are grantedon
I I
a-Huntsmen's Chorus Florida and the many courtesies East Coast Railway company, and pleas of persons who claimed
the housing embalmer. I bid. which secured the lot was I
department -1 1colonel's j I b-Softly, Softly LY SURPRISED AT MANYIMPROVEMENTS which have been extended them sailed this morning. i they would be injured." he says;,
was advised that the I I$156.67.There.
From the day of its establish-
c-Finale of Overture during their visits. I"and an individual would not have
son and daughter in law I I Fox Trot, "Riptide" Guss ment until the present its several I Here they were entertained by were but few offerings, i to wait until an act took effect
will arrive tomorrow and take t. sales amounting in toto to approxi- MISS I. PIERCE
up
Kchn. managements have taken advant- Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen, direc- before he tested its constitutionality -
the One lot of
question of securing pleasing mately $550. grass "
.
Selection "Cavalleria Rustic- tor of the Fairmount Park Aqua-
quarters, nicely located. age of every advancement of Max Davis of sponge of extra quality was sold
I formerly Key
I ana"-Pietro !Mascagni\ arrangedby science keeping step with the onward -; West, told The Citizen yesterday i rium of Philadelphia: and Emory for $170. RETURNS HOMEj I 'Lam Duck AmendmentNorris'
Makie- eyer.aIntermezzo. march of and L. Pierce director of the Key I "lame duck" amendment
adding
BENITO PEREZGIVENJEARING j every modern progress device and acces-I I'that with he was the surprised improvements and delighted II West Aquarium, and were much I I i took effect last year. It not only

b-Let Us Praise the for efficiency and service. many pleased with the display, taking I COUNCIL DEFERSREGULAR eliminates the three-months' session -
sory he caw during his stay in his old of the HAD BEEN IN CHARGE OF I
Lord The most modern funeral cars I I home city and it looked to himas many "still" and movies II I[ with defeated senators and

c-Let Us Praise Him and ambulances form the vehicular though West for tanks and specimens. SESSIONThe FERA CLINIC CONDUCTED ||representatives prohibited from returning -
due
Key
was
I March, "Kemper equipment of this mortuary es- : They'sailed on the Steamship to participate in framing
I James A. Harris. wonderful return to prosperity. Cuba for Havana where they will IN KEY WEST
I cadets"-I tatlishment and there was recent- I \ legislation but starts the pre.i'dential
Mr.
Davis
DEFENDANT CHARGED WITH accompanied by Mrs. I
!\ '
; Fox Trot "Wagon be guests of Emilio Masnata owner
ly added to the beautiful chapel Davis and their daughter, Ruth. I term on January 20 in-
Billy HilL of a large private aquarium regular meeting of the
ILLEGALLY ENTERING with seating capacity of ,75 an stead of March 4.
II March. "Washington Post" electric: organ vhich is used for and been Max Argentar of Tampa had 'conducted by Mr. Masnata and City Council which'was to have Miss Iris Pierce who was In I The Nebraskan is undaunted by

UNITED STATES John Philip Sousa. I the song services Ly choirs at funerals on. a visit with Mr. Davis'uncles. \ .,two daughters, and breeder of been held last night, at which time charge'of the FERA clinic, resigned his two defeats of past years. The-
"Star Spangled Banner"-: "" Jake and Dave Aronovitzand : mad\; varieties of tropical toy the council was to hear the official, her position this week and left'I senate last year rejected his proposed -

Benito Perez, charged with illegally Francis Scott Key. Fifty years of faithful service. and other members of the family, fishes." charges as preferred by Mayor Thursday afternoon for her' home,' amendment to abolish the

entering the United States, ,--- have Iwon for the Lopez Funeral:I Steamship was ready Cuba to for embark on the i William H. Malone in connectionwith in Sparks Ga. : J I i, electorial College and the house

was given a hearing this morning' -STOP ATFULFORD'S- Home,the confidence of the peo- I I Tampa. t the suspension' from office of Those who have been associated -! while Norris was a member there

before U. S. Commissioner C. ple of Key West, who have found j! Captain of Police Everett Rivas with Miss ,Pierce ftt the activities turned back hU attempt to provide

Rodney Gwynn and was placed that in the hoar of grief when 1 I'NEW ARRIVAL ATLUNDBLOMSHOME : HABANA-MADRID CLUB and two patrolmen, was deferred .of the clinic, Navel expressed four-y ar terms for representatives

under bond of $300 to appear before -i! needs of the establishment are in! I I until a later date. sincere reg t'thai ahe.decided 'and a single K'ht-year term for

the next session of federal POULTRY FARMSee demand the complete facilities of I f TONIGHT I It was also expected that a delI give up the work which they assert presidents.

court. I I the organization are readily placed niite date for a hearing of the was outstanding and are sat-
The arrest of Perez was made I How He at their disposal. I case of Mr. Rivas and the others isfied it will be difficult to replace

yesterday by Deputy U. S. Marshal .j, RAISES CHICKENS I DANCE I would be decided upon at that her FREE! FREE!

Ray Bush on information,,. WOMAN VERY EXACTST. j! Mr. and Mr*. Emil Lundblom, time. Not only has this assertion been SPARK PLUGS CLEANED
furnished! by Willard Russell, of WITH SUCCESS of 317 Whitehead street, announce : Muic by Habana-Madrid : However at the last minute, it made by the physicians who were ABSOLUTELY: FREE CUSTOMERSon for our

the immigration border patrol. PAUL-When sued for the birth on Thursday of a son. Orchestra :was decided to defer the meeting active at the clinic; but also by first 20 CASH Morning.

who alleges that Perez who went,' Dressed and Ready for the $14.01.lrs. Clara McKay of]I The little man has been given until a later date upon request other with whom Min Pierce Monday I

to Cuba last year misrepresented Pot specialtyPhone thia city admitted that she owed i,_; the name of Jerry Curtis. Cents $1.00 Ladies Free made by: M. E. Gilfond. local administrator daily came in ontaet and by the Ackerman Service Station

his status as a citizen in order to: 880 I Deliver i $14 but hired a lawyer to fight I Mother and child are resting of the FERA ot'pni-I! relief client who came.under her Pbono 522 White at Catherine

return to the United States. I ,J the claim for the extra cent. I t well. zation. 1 supervision and care.

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1 I t trp fst CU WHY fcOT TELL THE TRUTH? ....... : ..!...a [' theojphist leader, born at New-
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1 Published Dally Except Sunday By Lighted Gardens Bloom Long After Sun Goes Down j' Today"i i btrjrport, ilass. Died in Swede.
In recent letter to Senator. 11
THE CITIZEN: PCBLISHIXG: co, isc.L. a open i I July, 1929.

f. ARTMAN. PrnMrMJOB Wheeler of Montana, Owen D. Young j 4 Anniversaries :

ALLEN. AMUtaM ....._.. ...*" Chairman of the Board of the General I i .a..a..ss.s.neee.e..e.. t tf. ; Subscribe to The Citizen.
From
A The Citizen Building f.
Corner Greene and Ann Street. Electric Company, said: *'1 see no morn j 1747-John F..U! Jones, famed PALACERonald
1 American naval commander of.I
reason for abolishing the holding '
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and ],(onro. company ; +r1w t Revolution-y oa-8, Russian and Colman-Loretta Young
County. merely because abuses have crept into its French off'cer: after ",'ar. born in --inCLIVE -

operation than I do for abolishing the I i Scotland. Died in Pans, July 18, ,
Entered at Key Writ Florida a. second claaa matter I .l i OF INDIA

FI r-.IX'l'H' YEAR automobile because of the disasters which I"II r J I 1792. ; Comedy and Short Reel
rI
:>re.bee K th* As.*elated Pr_. come from reckless drivers. ,II I y 1766-Alexander' Wilson, Scottish -' Matioec: lO-lSc; Night 15-23c

The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use "The important thing is to restrain I w-ea/er-pcet famed Ameri-j! ".._..._.iU... I-.N_ H.I.P'
fur republication of all new. dispatches credited to I I can ornithologist, born. Died in
I and correct the abuses and not. to abolish !II '"
It or not otherwise credited lit this and also THE SEMINOLE
paper I i I hiUielphia,. Aug.& 23, 1813. j
the local aew. published here.'NATIONAL a useful instrument. I am convinced that I I 6r "

the holding company is a very useful instrument : I 1831-Daniel Coit Oilman!; J

EDITORIAL) through: which to group utility ) : hrcl I among our greatest educators l
j ASSOCIATION '
''T; u I I % first president of Johns Hopkins I
/ S3SADVEKTISINO operating companies which, by their xI
and Carnegie Institute. born at i t, IaF 11I +
rB"CaIPTIO J1.4'I'ES' nature, m.ust be local, into an efficient j!! 1 Norwich Conn. Died i there, Oct.t I

One Tear _.__ .1.... economic unit. In this way the cost of j I II f 'r kt 13, 1908. I I

Six doathll 1.00 power can be reduced service can be 4 I .. 1 1 I I tn> e
Three Montk. 2.iO 1 I 1831-John C. New, Indianapolis lYI
ODe Month .15 given to communities which could not newspaper publisher, financier.I I
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Weekly .2. i otherwise obtain it and the safety of the I IS.. Treasurer, born at Vf'mon'i I I Jarkw..ille. ...rI..
t 3a I! ril"!%. B. .HI>Kll.immmfft
Ird. Died! June 4. 1906.
RATE.Made investment can be increased through the ti, f v i I
i 'A tinman .0.-11. rn.tilutt.n
known
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I diversity factor, over what it would be in :where JFOW will find ,..r t.4i.MMl
SPECIAL NOTICE 1 1852 Katherine Tingley, iI lr..let and emrrfalamrattrr a thatCvrry -
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of"IIPet't. anyone of the individual operating com. i I i ut great I ImportanceA

obituary notices, eta, will be charged for at panies." I
the rate of !. cents a line. After dark this bed of flower\ .how* up even more beautifully than in the daytime, thanks to the artfully I KEY WESTCOLONIAL 1 1J steel.. .ilre... .hrsrl rul b.ildl.s.f She, rill heated
Mr.
Notices for entertainment by churches from whicha Continuing, Young also pointed placed lighting equipment.; J HOTELIn I -
revenue Is to be derived are E. cents a line. out that the ,
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion holding company offers great By Ethel QuainUnc no garden outlet). Then he stringsthe one's lUlh.
of public Issues and subjects of local or general advantages from the standpoint of con- cord through a window if reflector or small floodlight. Two. the Center of the Business rvtlinic ...... $lat D...r for Summer
cecessiry, out into the garden at- : of tlieee provide an ideal background *..
VrnliUlinn. C ntrortt>t<- lt* Interest bet It will not publish communl- time 1Ull is cue of the and Theater District
anonymous different I ,
necting operating units with extensive HOLDING taches an outdoor Christmas tree : of light and give form and of inner Spring. Con
cations. transmission we thousands of garden string on which: he has screwed! depth to the landscape when they ftructlmi and Individual' lira'*' .
systems. He made toters wish we could do when white 6or ]&watt bulbs, and fasten are placed at different angles to First C"FireprfSeauible" Ing l.amp
', the very important observation that you empty seed envelopes have turned each one of the b.I"behind" throw light on a particular section.In I Rate HATR!*
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN Into a riot can get diversity in the public utility field 7!*' Rue,.. Private Rath '::.88
; yards.The in a set: of etven. the small shields previously mentioned COFFEE SHOP NOW OTEIGarag ,.. .
,aeason moves too, swiftly! 'I R_ Pritat ..... 2JU4a
only through a h lding"company. whereas protests a flower lover. "Be- Alter that he brings his family or large ones on 30" spikes H_.. Private Hath 3w
many
WILL seek the troth and print it : and guests out en many en eveningto bearing shielded! 4o.watt'bulbs and 24 HMM>.. Private Halk 3JM
I always in 'the usual manufacturing business fore we have had enough time -to ,. Elevator ..
you enjoy his tlage I&hted; border placed at varying heights for artIs- I. .te 11 .. Private BalkC
without fear and without favor; never be' can achieve it with but one straight operating log drink parade la all the of gky blosaows of the.it march ia au of.sky-blue delphiniums and Regal tic effects. The outdoor extension I Poplar Prices I.H.IIT, l>rHKA"K I--OK IXJt.BL3:
lilies or whatever Is p&rticularlybeautiful cord will take care of these with a I TLPANTV
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right,; company: tumn and the last bronze chrysanthemums "- at the moment three.way terminaL .
have bloomed and gone. -- - -- ----a'
for be the An especially clever idea that ?
always fight progress; never organ -
The Wide Assortment of Ideas
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attack the
present on holding It'a Easily Done gardeners; are now discovering is -
or the mouthpiece of any person clique a real tafa rock with a reflecting The night rock" end small and
is based on alleged abuses which
faction or class; always do its utmost for the company Even la California and the south, area hollowed out of the back to large shields are only three of a
apply to only a small percentage of exist- gardeners never quite get their 1111of admit a %5- or public welfare; never tolerate corruption or looking. That's why in orderto place the rock beside a garden ideas this season. We will be pleased to have you consult us about
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue ing companies. This is as unfair an at- prolong the enjoyment of his path plant some moss on Its three The main thing la to light your
; tack on the whole industry!' as it would be garden, the wise flower grower !la sides and have as attractively own particular pet garden spot as you can
commend good done by individual. organ. placing at the top of his list of camouflaged Illumination to guide individually as you have plantedit. J
for private business -denounce all gov- rThings to Do Now ia the Garden" guests down your walk or steps as And certainly the man or 1I I!
ization; tolerant of others' rights, 'views and ernment officials'as crooks and grafters this Item: "Rig- up some simple anyone couid wish for. (One of woman who knows the thrill of
opinions; print only. news that will elevate 1 garden lighting.1 the rules of this garden lightingart coaxing beauty from soil will like.wise -
because an occasional official is unfaithful lie buys two lengths or so of 15- by the ,w'ay. is to ebillf qlly conceal : find deep pleasure In prolong Build Buy or
and not contaminate the reader; never com foot heavy rubber waterproof wiring from view the source cf thelight ing his! leisure momenta In the garden ,
promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS to his trust.Improved and attaches It to a blt.PPIlIEnt lnagie..) '*ese lighting
and cheaper electric service IHMCU or garage socket (if be I's A good; sUrtl&s point in Itttln i. his:. .wo. JUT.. '1gfn. Refinance Your Homeor

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which holding companies have made
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I oil born at Wheeling, W. Va..
possible, and sound utility securities which : man
FOR KEY WEST they have sold to the public, are all care- KEY WEST IN I 4 ?Today In History t ; .1.1I. 59 years ago. repair or modernize any type of

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN fully hidden behind the ceaseless harpingon ......... .. ......... I
DAYS GONE BY i I. .I.II building on insured credit
those few holding companies which 'I 1415--John Huss. Dohemianl! Dr. David L. Edsall, retiring
Happenings Here Jut 10 Yea,.i,1 reformer burned at the dean of the Harvard Medical
I. Water and Sewerage. '
may have taken advantage of loopholes in : School born at Hamburg, N. J.,
Ago Today' A. Taken From I
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main the law to pursue unethical practices. The File Of The Citizen '!I 1785-(150( years ago) Contni-j'j'i I" 66 years ago.__ The First National Bank of Key West

land. I ental Congress adopted dollar as
Utility executives have put forward a .
)t unit of currency rnd decimal ratio!I I i
3. Free Port. number of plans for regulation which The first action toward calling > today. Earl D. Eabst, chairman of the Approved Mortgage Under the
a special session of the Florida!iof i i board American Sugar Refining I
would meet abuse that the enemiesof
4. Hotels every
and Aparunents.: legislature to re-enact the Monroe 1835 Died in Co., torn: at Crestine! Ohio, 05
5. Bathing Pavilion. the holding company speak of, and at county water supply dist.ricbill,j I aged 79-, John, Marshall Philadelphia, great I years ago.Subscribe. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION I

6. Airports-Land and Sea. the same time protect, instead of destroy was taken up :with the boars of ',, Chief Justice. 1
directors of the West chamber
hundreds of millions of private savingsnow Key t ; to Tne Citizen. ,
7. Consolidation of and this morning ata 1----
County City of commerce ,1I. Blake of! .
invested in the industry. I. --- '- -- --- --- -- --- -
Governments.The special! : meeting at which a resolution ,'Mass., patented so-called McKayt l

That is the sound solution-and the was passed requesting the : stitching machine which revolu-, ;t/T.I'1'1'.1 AT.JfIIT 11'.1' '.

only fair solution.. If we are to destroy the good county offices commissioners: toward the to use special their!!>, tionized shoe manufacture. j j i .................................................................... .

summer moonlight is workingin holding company in toto, we may as well ssrioa: provided investigation re-|!!, 1893-Marriage of His Briti.-h'!', ..

favor of the Key West girls who have legislate the automobile off the highway veals the cost" will not be prohibilive. -' Majesties !i ii .
A resolution was adopted i i
their plans in ,mind.If because, improperly managed, it is a i ;
which will be presented to the]! 1928-First all-talking picture I

menace. We may as well destroy the county commissioners and city i producedin New York, The Roofs ? ?

there is any truth in the state- banks, because.,; some bank officials have council for their-approval. I'!+: Lights of New York." i Leaky I

ment that the digging of a deep canal : stolen depositors' money, and made unwise Inquiries: in person and by tele- "

across the state will seriously affect the i investments. We may as well destroy our gram are being: received from investors -!; Today's) ; : Birthdays1; ;i .
who interested in the
hydrostatic pressure of Florida's underground democratic form of government because are
sale of land in the :Martello Tow- ; .eo..e..eeooeeeee..eoe'
water and the water officials wasted misused
supply cause public have or '

to turn brackish, there is abundant reason hundreds of millions of dollars of the tax- ice ers: ::lty subdivision; company.of The the sale Burbank of the !: "lief:1Ia;of. Gen.army Edward engineers Mitlarkham; born at'. ': We have a large stock of Sherwin William Elastic $

for lots will be started tomorrow:
abandoning the aSp.
project. payers' money. I Troy. N. Y. 58 years I! ,
morning and will continue until all '1 ,
The proposed Public ,Utility Bill, to lob have been disposed; of. The I W. Ribsou-ofrVsss..
j Roger not-j, Roof Cement and Liquid Roof Cement $
Warden Frank C. 'hipp, of the State- destroy rather than regulate holding companies property includes 13 1-2 acres1 j, ed !
ville Penitentiary, at Stateville Illinois is adjacent to the Casa Marina hot?1 Mass.. 60 ) ago. S :
represents the worst possible type j years '
"* with the beach only a few yards/ -.s -. ._ : .
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. .heartless. The convicts demanded u'nV' I of uneconomic unAmerican legislation, i .
,- Prices the parcels range .
aw ay.: on IftirV.F. Sinclair of New York. i
-: _brellas when it rained but he refu.sed"this and is without doubt secretly designed to from $5.000 to 51&.000. ; ? "_ :
protection from the elements. ...-.:-........ t< '* : W. .' ',also I running a special 1 on :
Some I assist the
. day destroy ;[private ownership of electric development er Hotter be :sent to. ;
Dr. J. Y. J Porter, president of .
the convicts will ask for bread and he will SaUTd. '
as the first great step in an extensive the chamber of commerce and An- I Ij Care s Standard Slate Surfaced
'i t"
give them a stone. There is no telling.how socialization plan for American in drew Miller of the ,board of directors j, Editorial comment: If the rhap-j] : cis +n.' !

brutal a warden may become in time. dustry. ,will represent. the local 1;|;pips,remain at home these days it J( "; :;:,:' Roof ngs, 75 pounds, was $2.75
organization at a meeting of the
i may: be because their divided skirts!
Associated Chambers of Commerce have not arrived from the laundry.t t ti
Mbiyu Wa Koinange son of an Afri- WOOD WITHOUT WARPA of the East Coast of Florida T : Special. $2.25 Roll

can chief who got his A. B. degree at Ohio to bf held in Miami on Thursday :i i Gus Rf.'yes.-who: has been in ml ii

Wesleyan University in Delaware. Ohio I July 9. '! number of ring fights in Key | ,
. new process of treating wood developed West at the Athletic Club is-
will now back to his people and endeavor 1 :
go
Two men, who were returningto '
by the Forest Service is said to be .booked U meet George Gardner,
to instill into them a desire for know the section house of the Flor- i another Key Wester in the chief :! i Just ReceivedCarload Cit
the answer to the age-old demand by ,
ida East Coast! Railway at Marathon -
Nevertheless I ; at the club Wednesday night.
ledge. he says that the go < : :
craftsmen for a better working material. i yesterday afternoon, were '
The semi-finals will bring together ,
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height of his ambition is to have ear lobes. '' '
injured when the speed- "
I painfully wen and Bill ,
Wood treated by the new process will not : Billy "Bussy, Dirty
grow to his shoulders, a custom of his tribe. f r on which they were riding colHded and C. Baker will stage the pre-i 1
I warp or shrink. with another speeder. Their j I, liminary to the big event. \l'i 'j Dixie Galvanized Shingles :
While the new process has not. yet car was overturned the men, both I Inf'grot'S ,
General Hugh S. Johnson of EFA pinned beneath it. I i a'co'mpanied"
been commercial it is were Mrs. David Cano Per with nails :
fame or ill-fame, has been named Federal : applied on a scale Both! of the men were badly i! by her son, Albert, were among i 1] E square, $6.50 :

works director in NewYorkrILe..juotedas j believed that this may come soon. In that bruised about the head and body j the recent arrivals in Key West i : J
-- ah standard be de- I were brought to Key West for and G. E. 1 1.
not'want case entirely new may are the guests! of Mrs. J : &
saying he did the job but took :
medical attention. '
J, Demeritt. at her home. 647 William i
for high-grade wood 1
veloped products. I :
: because. the president<<.l umade\f/i: / takeit. street. Mrs. Cano will be
Sporting goods such tennis rackets Next in line of the numerous I. New Low"Prices On Screen Wire
- We have always thoughtthtthe: general -I as I I remembered as Miss Geneva Symi i ] ffc
candidates that propose to announce onette.
was a man with an iron will but now and golf clubs, says the Forest Service, as! candidates for election >i 11

:. 'we know he is only a "ninny." A! lot of would be' free from the hazards of warping I in November is Ivan Elwood. cap! Dr. Harry -N. S. Jones,. of Key.1 I |; : '

blusterers, are. : ./ 1" ", ''. ; parquetry floors would take on new tain of police, who will stand for West who recently completed hb .
** 1 life, smoothness, and permanent polish; re-election as captain portion! studies in dental surgery and was .S .
which he has held for the past graduated from Southern Dental
. New Jersey has joined New York Indiana J cabinets, panels, and table tops would stay two years and administered in a College, has a professional card in I

: and several other ,states in putting i j for years in "new" condition-all the moot satisfactory manner. Mr. Elwood's in- : The Citizen today. announcing South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

while preserving natural finish to reveal anaocncement appears opening of his offices. ,
the gold-diggers out of commission by outlawing i a The Citizen today. j jl .

: damage suits for breach of promise. 4( the beauty of the wood again. : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

This bill abolishes the right to collect damages Coast Guard Cutter Saukee is, MONROE THEATERJames J .

, for "alienation of affections criminal I I Archery will be taught in connectionwith Schooner having trouble Amazon taking which tare burnedoff of the J Carney-Pat; O'Brien "Your home is worthy of the best" .:
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tract to rruirry." The way of the gold- }' and arrow were in vogue even before the John headquarters G. Berry of the in coast command guard OfJ Matiaee: Balcony lOc:; ,Orcacs* I ...................1..................................................

digger is getting harder. 1. days of the horse and buggy. > Key West, has requested! that < tra, lS-20c:; Night: 15-25c, 'j I.I. : srrrr: !' I.

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SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1933. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN PAGETHREI




I "ENEMfSK1SS Lffoth* .4 o'clock.Wednesday evening' service-at I


>f. **- f 1 8 o'clock.

bRis 1 Reading room in Society building -

Tuesdays and
Fridays
open
rworsis* "
*Ua.* KO 'u'
AOJ tern .trouffkt.. .. ....nc.i S 4ittmma I| "Aren you paikedr" a 4 asked.: I ) from 3 to 5 o'clock.
nr*.rk. ...., now ier _| -SIt down a moment. Bob. I'we I got FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
$1.ItIIt mer IJu" .....i. fer- to talk to yon." Daphne trailed I
4 thqe" ., wIN,4e. tq, i. pr.'biL.lp Corner Simonton Eaton SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
......01 ....., .. .Ia_ u.a, s..dt ..- across the.room. fetched a new but and Sts Eaton Street, Between Duval and
.. ,,_ '"r"" .. ""'""II .."A.. of clgarels:! from tbe table where It John B. Culpep er, Jr.. Pastor Simonton Streets
RMta 4.of AI/_. 'a 'utii..td Church 1017 Fleming Street
Pl..f '....... .I.m. Ia ,,,11:. i.. Sa. lay between a bouquet and tbe boa otchocolates. Sunday school opens at James S. Day Pastor I .= R. T.
Sawyer Teacher
fl.v .. If....,. au4 fliers. 4wUk ...... She took a clgaret. offered 10:00 a. nu, under leadership of Bible School! at 9:45 a. m. |. ,
kbi .r 11'11.. b&., ra by Gerald Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. In.
INS. r.i,. V-401.I I........ ta I. 10".. tbem lo Rubert. but be shook Saunders general super Captain O T. Pogue. superintendent -: ) Sabbath
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hIs intendent. Each meeti' service 10.30 a. m.
bead. I department

Chapter 41DAPHNES "Its one-thirty already. be said PIRATES} LICK : RECREATION UNIT | LEAGUE STANDINGS in its own assembly room. i Rev.. C A. Cox, supply! pa!'tor.t 1

doubtfully.Couldu"t we talk in the Morning worship at 10:45 will preach both morning and evening CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
RUSE _
/ = carr o'clock. Subject: "What Kind of i, : services at this! church j
A LIS6\S:: voice seemed X* come "No. Us something. ratheR seri CHICAGO CUBS BEATS LIGHTHOUSE. AMERICAN LEAGUE Church Member Am I?" the absence from the city of during Rev.j: I .. 527 William Street

from mllea awa, ai she ,salt ous." -- 15 t i I'Club- W. U 1t. Epworth League Day. i E. Richard Evans Pastor

That'i whj'jrou wanted me on the "tthats happened New York ......-_ 43 25 .632 meeting at j I. Sunday school 9:45 a. ...

LonerinouB'! "Just thla-" Daphne's: olce wajilow 4 | Detroit .._...._...n_... 44 29 .603 7:00 p. m. Miss! Vanessa Collm I Morning worship at 11 o'clock.. ,I Morning worship at 11 o'clock..
BROOKLYN WINNERS OF SOCIAL LEAGUE Subject "Christian Priesthood j
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"Wnat are you talking about!" tremulous. can't marry. you DODGERS TRIUMPH i Chicago ...........*..... 36 28 .563 m. I The Baptist Percy Robert wrll speak at this

But there was a gleam of feat DOW Bob. irs off" .v- OVER NEWt FLAG BY TAKING CAME I Cleveland "...._.._... 37 31 .544 o'clock.Evening Scbject worship"How service at 8 I I meets at 7 o'clock.Training Union pe -nce.

ln Daphne eyes. Her voice was pe"tect "My dear What are yon sayiagT;i Boston .................... 36 34 .514 : Much Do I' Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m.

-incredulous! a trifle Im pat I en He took her round the waist drew YORK GIANTS PLAYED LAST NIGHT ..,:t'washington _._.....__ 29 40 .420 You Weigh? Evening worship"at 8 o'clock. Evening worship, 8 o. Iock..
Subject "Decision.
Bat It did not deceive the rlrt. her In to..ard.hkn. "Daphne* Darling I ).;; Phhrjelphia ..._..... 28 37 .431 Mid-week prayer and praise : A musical progrlmiI) be rendered -
All I
To AI on. It was as U a'Ola was are ;you mad?" J JI St. Louis ... _.....". 19 48 .284 service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. be carried other regular services will 1 t under" the leadership ot
the
unrolling before ber. shadowy a 1 IIt- "No. I mean It." She slipped from I 11..I.t! t. Tfce nu_.) 1 i (By JOVE) m. on during week. George Mills White.

tie blurred: that botel among the his arm. stood upright facing him NEW YORK July 6.-The!J, The Recreation Ten won the.1 NATIONAL LEAGUEClub Choir rehearsal on Friday evening i I
I FLEMING
grave pale and tragIc W. L. Pet o'clock. I STREET METHODIST
7:45 Mrs.
.mountains a climbing accMenperhaps I I Social Diamondl League flag at Joseph
Brooklyn Dodgers invaded Man-, J JI I I SAINT PETER'S CHURCH
/ -Jost one sunrlvor A search -But why-what on earth?" lie '!' New York ..._.--...... 47 20 .701 Sawyer organist; Gerald Saunders -! CHURCH !I __

.Tarty which failed to Had two swung shouted round at her.on' Alison Almost i h&ttanand took out their grievances -,I 1 I last Ligrthouse night when crew they'or defeated the second the I St. Louis ...._.__..______ 39 29 .574 choir director I I Cor. Fleming and William Street,1 1I ![ (Colored)

bodies already safely! burled somewhere doing' 9Sbat've' you beer I on the Giants by Emitting straight time at Bayview Park. j Pittsburgh .._.._..... 41 32 .562 Shuler Peele Pastor I i I Center Street, Between Petvoniaj

burled maybe under the the league-leaders' 14 to 4.Pittsburgh's Chicago .... .. 38 32 .543 I .
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;: ''''-' -' I and Olivia
Church
"Hush. Dob It s not her fault. Itt Several nnusjal things happen I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN school meets at $:.45 !j
floor ot an old Spanish kitchen. t I had I Brooklyn ..._....-32 36 .471 I I
Masagam
Pirates a pleas- .! .
who Is wrong Daphne's: tone: wai i ed in last night's contest. First CHURCH a. m. William N. Knowles -supenntendent. ]

p neat. so very simple! No 11'011- penitent."WbaCre. ant homecoming after a long road WIker, of the Recreation outfit, Cincinnati ........_..... 31 39 .443 The Wesley 'r Solemn Evensong and Benedic-
,, Fellow.I
tier Daphne had fought hard tatnak' yen talking about" he I fanned 19 batters foa record. He Philadelphia ....&..... 29 39 .426 J. C. Gekeler, Pastor ship Bible Class meets in pas I I tion of the l\Io't Blessed Sacrament -
'her co with them. But eyen now demanded.' trip defeating the Chicago Cubs.' : Boston ..........._..._.. 20 50 .286Today's Corner of White and Washington the 7 p. m.
tor's The
the side strikes study. pastor is
now that site 4 to 0 and chasing from the retired on in four
knew ,
and was warned Church
was wrong last night. Thiswas 1 1I Streets teacher. school 8 a. m.
innings.. lie struck out
while would she her 41 father red. Alison be safe* ,Even a new Danhne_ this-- eitevfn.woman mound the principal individual! of the Lighthouse ten every but member one.- .e..eee0Geeeee0. Sunday school meets at 10 a. Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock.I I Sermons at 8 a. In. and 7 p. m

there were other though who confessed I; slow i thorn in their side this season! Second the Lighthouse boys hada Horoscope: m. A. C. Elgin superintendent. Holy Communion. ;. Week-Day Services

night Induce him to ways insure; his Daphne Hte. pained words. "1 dldnt know tbe I little Roy Henshaw. lead of 11 to 0 in the seventh ee.s.e.e..e.n-cS.S.e The Adult Bible Class is taught Intermediate Epworth Le;ig.. Mass on Tuesday! and Thursday -

truth then. I thought that Alison The Detroit Tigers defeated the inning and the Recreation boys fby the pastor and will study the I meets at 3.30 p. m. Miss Venda-I, at 7 a. m.

would Yet If be she charged told her with father.murder-CUY cause was making she ap all these taes.: 1M-! St. Louis' Browns, 16 to 1. won the contest in the last tnree' Here the desires are turbu'ent character of Moees tine Watkins, superintendent. I Litany and Sermon on Wednesday

was hysterical i dldm There were no other games frames and the senses keen yet there is Morning worship at 11 o'clock l Young People's League meetsat at 7:30 p. m.
'Daphne would see to that! Could be understand that she had
beard something played in'either of the a gentler element that often turns I Sermon "Love's Confession" Confessions: After the Wednesday
major : -
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; 7 Miss Mary Felton
prove his Innocence* Was tbere anway about me" i Leaders at bat were: Cerezo of p. m. .'I
league being rained out ;I I the mind to the study of nature at 8 o'clock. I service.
some Evening worship
to save them both? Must the .Alison turning,bewildered at this'sudden I the Beacon! boys, and Larsen Wallace : president Miss Frances Loiwe, evening
choose between them* while others are to be played at and her problems or softens the The sermon is the third in the leader for 'Sunday. I
change met Imploring: eyes and F. :Mathews of the Recreation : t I
,lot_. ..,, .1sfl_. 1. tendency! to excited action. Success series Prismatic Sins being : NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
Guy-:-or her fatbet! that seemed to ask ber for forgiveness aggregation.In on Evening worship service at 8-00

With a sudden brusque mor' as Daphne added softly, sweet The summaries follow: the field Clements, Wallace will probably come early in "The Red Sin: Anger." Louis Sea- ; o'clock. S rmon by the pastor
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meat. Alison eluded Daphne and< ly."1 think 7oo'yebeeu rather brave j NATIONAL LEAGUEAt B. Demeritt and Stanley played life if at all, and if proper care burn will sing.Midweek "The Lost Gods. 1
A. T. McCaskill
stood up. really child. to come to me. You see' New York R. II. E. well il observed it.*viM be permanent.WAS Bible Study Wednes- Regular 'monthly meeting of the j! V. A. Moreno Pastor Steward

"I dont care what you say. I'm Bob. she' migbt've gone to you first; f Brooklyn _._......._.---.14 20 1 Score by innings: R. H. E. day at 7 30 p. m. Please read Board of Stewards Monday at R1:I I Mrs. M. A. Moreno.Recording Secretary
going to the police! and I d have hated "
thst1 New York ._.._.-_....._ 494 Lighthouse- DEAF AND DUMB Matthew 13:33. Luke 13:19 and p. m. I I Sunday 9:30
"OhT About "" school a. m.
what? Daphne I Batteries: Babich and Lopez 101 124 201-12 9 4 20. The Parable of the Leaven Mid-week prayer and Bible
seemed merely amused. F you'd tell me what you're talk- ;' will be studied. I|I Sunday service! 11 a. m.
ntzsimmons Gabler Chagnon and Recreation- study Wednesday at 8 p. m. .
-1 11 tell them everything-tha 1 lag about. pleaded Robert. NEW -George Brooks, arrested Evening worship 7 o'clock.

you got Guy to go down there that "It's all my fault. Bob. Mine, for Maneuso, Danning. 000 000 724-13 12 6 in this city for speed J1g. Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately

you planned to kill me." Alison was lying to you. Oaly-I was so filgbt- Batteries Stickney Roberts was found to be deaf and dumb. LEY MEMORIAL M. E. !I following the mid-week BETHEL A. M. CHURCH

a little breathless. That you killed ened. so terrified If yon knew what -At Pittsburgh R. II. E. Dementt and Cerezo; Walker, CHURCH, SOUTH j I service. Airs. P. B Robert!, director -

your husband. Id been through I ought to have I Chicago _..__.._n.m__.-.O 91 j Griffin and Clements LOCALS Pastor (Colored)
"You're ... .. Rev. L. M. Smith Corner Division and Thomas Sts.
said that twice. There told you everything when I told yon Pittsburgh - 480 S
was menace in the slow tone. TV ;about Dr. Lamley" Batteries: Henshaw Casey! and I .5...en-...0....cc.....e.. Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I CATHOLIC CHURCH j I H. R. Hill. pastor
I\ ("lr"IT rot RT. !STATE OF Church school at 9:45 m. I I I
a. ,
said nothing. I've made allowances Lumley: He seized Hartnett Lucas Sunday; school 9.30
on the one ; and Palden. .'.0"10'. TWF-NTIFTH JTIM- a. at.
for your state of nerves. But twice tangible thread.. "What's .he got to THE WEATHER CIAI. riKCl'IT. "IOM OK tOLTv. -: with Ed. R Curry superinten. St. Mary's Star of the Sea J Preaching 11 a. m.JUHor .

Is enough. You must have some ev- do with Itr* I Boston at Philadelphia, to be IN tllAXKH: dent:! Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., j I A. C. E. League meet

dence, Alison. before you make wild "Zverythblg.Daphne raised her played on later date. 1 .0...Se.eves.e.ce eeaaee* ELGENK H SIXGL.TOX.Complalnt. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. in charge t at 5:39 p. m.

statements of that kind. t stained tars travelr_ "Ton_ see.I_no I Temperatures ye.GENEVIEVE Subject: "Scarecrows" Order of services for thi!J I Senior A. C. E. League meets

-z-ie nas evidenceswore. Alison Bob what I toid you abuut him L. SINGLETOV, Junior Epworth League meetsat church! :
rashly. true Bat It was i| Cincninati at St. Louis, to be I Highest i ...._..............._........_.....-88 Defendant V. A. Archerin will be I i at 6:15 p. m.
Mrs. Masses
wssnt all the treth. lie PUBLICATION 4::00 p. m. Sunday morning
"Who?"" Dr. Lumley. I think not. was a doctor and bis practice! did (( played on later date.AMERICAN Lowest ...._...&..................._.___.76 It ORDER appearing OF by the sworn bill charge. said at 7 and 9.30 o'clock. i, Evening service 8 p. m.

Dahpne seemed completely self. go to pieces because of things tbat I -- Mean ...,""...................._...._.__.82 filed In the abo\-Matd cause that; Intermediate Epworth League Week-day :Mass at 7 o'clock. Weekly Services

possessed People don't die. Ia this people said. But before tbat-when LEAGUE Normal Mean ..._...._........._...__.81: d.f.ndant GENEVIEVE: therein L. SINGLETON named I. a, non-the meets at 5 00 p. m. :Mrs. S. J. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday 7:30 p. m., choir class

country Alison. without a death certiflcate I was out In Nice with my husband At Detroit R. II. E. Rainfall resident. of the State of Florida. Pierce in charge. Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOStAL Friday 7:30 p. nu, rehearsaL -

and my husband died of a when Lumley was still doctoring St. Louis mm.m.'_ 172 Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. and her residence is unknown and Young People's Departmentmeets
that she Is over the age of twentyone -
duodenal ulcer.. Fortunately. 1 can something else happened Her voice Detroit n__.. ____..16 15 1 Normal Precipitation .... .10 Ins. years. ; it Is therefore ordered at 7:00 p. m. Mrs Norma MISSION
prove that" trailed off as if she could not go on. Batteries: Van Atta, Coffman record S-l-fcmtr periodrn4iafc 4 I that aid nonresident defendant be I SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST

She stopped for Alison was not "Don't"tell me now It you don't I land Hemsley; Sorrell and Hay- Thin at N .'..1.ravers.... thl Morning; I and she to the I. hereby bill of required complaint to filed appear Yate Evening, president.worship service! at 8 00 909 Olivia Street I CHURCH
listening. want to. he said Alnaaac
Tomorrow's
stoutly. "I don'tcare tn said r.use on or before Monday
_. o'clock. Subject "The Tragedyof Wm. Pastor .
: Skondeen
'Th.r.heiai- -- >. U3. i
what you differ saId Sun rises ..........._........ 5:43 'a. m. tb.litb day of Anfruft.' A. of I said Nothing"Prayer 11 (Colored)
A car had hooted : "It otherwise the allegations Doing Sunday morning worship
outside. Alison I wasn't my fault! It wasn't Cleveland at Chicago, postponed Sun sets ................... ._ 7:21 p. m. bill will be taken as confessed by and service each o'clock. Southard Street Between Thomas
darted to the window. But the honestlyIt! broke praise
car from her In a rain. :Moon rises ................11 32 a. m said defendantIt and Emma Streets
which at 7:30 m. school for all 3 JO
had backed up to the'pavement cry of desperation. Is farther ordered that this I Wednesday p. Sunday p. PastorG.
swear to God William Perkins
I Moon seta ..... ............11:29 p. m. order. be published once each week choir practice!
was not Young people's
Gay's but her fa never gave him the slightest m.
"- ther's and the encouragement New Yprk at Washington, postponed I First quarter, Sth .... 5:28 p. m. for four consecutive weeks in The at 7 Miss! Williams, Missionary Leader
"" man who got out and Key West Citizen, a newspaper published each Thursday p. m. Sunday night evangelistic service Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
stopped to speak to the chauffeur "Gave whom*" Alison asked that rain.Philadelphia. Tomorrow's Tides in said County and Stat Alice Jenks pianist. 7:15 o'clock.

was Robert himself. sharply. AJU. P.M This 14th day ROSS of June C. SAWYER. 113! Church choir practice each Fri. Tuesday 7:15 p. m. prayer and o'clock.Church services 11 o'clock! in

Daphne had followed the girl; "That man-Dr. Lumley. said ; at Boston to be High n_______._... 1.54 1 51 Clerk Circuit Court. day at 8 p. m Mrs .1. Roland I praise service. the

their eyes" met."Well Daphne simply. "He was attending' played on later date.BASEBALL Low ..._....__... .... 7 52 8:02 ALLAN Solicitor' B. OLEARE.for Complainant JR. Adams, piam t. Friday 7:15 p. m.. fellowship morning.
? Vibrant with triumph., my husband at tbe
time he bad to innl -23-2); jutC-13 m..tinv_ .
Alison did not answer; she turned come every day. 1 saw him naturally Barometer 8 a. m. today: GOSPEL HALL I I Saturday.t 2 30 p. m., boys' andgirls' BENJAMIN LOPEZ

away with a sinking heart. Twenty I couldn't help It but 1 never said GAME I. _s_>n n.lovM__._ _29.95.WEATHER___ _-_
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COIHT IN. ANSi I I church. FUNERAL HOME
minutes! Where could Guy be! Whaf a thing to him to let bio think- FOHMONHOr.. fOlNTII.ORlnA. : iN 720 Southard Street
could bare happened* tbat. ..." Her voice ." r-H.'Nn.. Serria Key West
faded.
Strength HERE TOMORROW\ FORECAST
JOHN JOSEPH RILEY There will be special! meeting j j I CHURCH OF GOD
The bell was ringing. Was she going ened suddenly with Indignation "U Plaintiff throughout the coming week at Half Ceat.ry
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to face ber father wltb the whole was simply taking advantage of his '... BI i.i. IOR.MANDV OlORCE 1106 Olivia Street 24 Hoar AmbuUoe Scrvic
(Till 8 p. m.. Sunday: ) this church on the nights of Sun.
tell
story him RILEY
everything knowing position! Licensed Esaoajaer
West and Vicinity Local Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Key Defendant. Tuesday and Thursday! beginning
that each word she spoke would "Are ron trrln to aiicnn JOVE Phone 696-W
av.- (By ) ORDFR FOR PUBLICATIONIt 3:30 135 Night
thundershowers this afternoon or at 8 o'clock. Sunday school p. m.
strike at Guy! Daphne was looking; began. starting forwardbut her fa- There will be a baseball game at appearing by affidavit appended 7:15
towards the door expectantly. her cut her short. :3 tomorrow between the -...... '" to the bill filed in the Subject for Sunday evening will Sunday night service
m.
p. 'DIr shove stated cause. that MAN be "The Sheep and the Goats" o'clock. I
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"Shut up! I want to hear what Cuban Club and the Coconuts at RILEY. the defendant therein
\\THiTE. sbak g. desperate All- Daphne has to tell me'! the foot of Thomas street. named I* a non resident of the August!' Van Ryn is the speaker Evangelistic: service Wednesday -
And lJ State of Florida and that her resi: 7:15 p. m.
son spoke almost
to herself. Daphne went on firmly "Dr. :
Batteries will be Suarez and denre I. unkn.wn. and hat therein
wonder If father knows that...." Lumley made love to .: SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Prayer and praise service.{ Friday -
me-or tried and Rod no person In the State of Florida
Sands for the Coconuts
"Know. what?" Daphne snapped o-and I snubbed him of course. I \ the service a summons InChancery i 7.30 p. m. Teachers' meet UssLL'sCIGAR [
riguez and Rodriguez for the Club ...0.0.. would bind
out the words tensely. told him that I'd ten my husband upon Corner Duval and Eaton Streets I ing. I
boys. such defendant and that she is overthe I
That your real name Is Mrs. and get another doctor. 6,' \ age of twenty-one years Sunday
Poynter? lIe cant marry you under "That seemed to frighten him. I Remember. at the foot of Thomas CI '\'" IT THEREFORE ORDERED Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. Latin Mission '.

a false name. can her bought I'd him be street which! is a block from that said' Bon-resident defendantbe. Mass Communions 7 Services Sundays, Tuesdays and
get to sensible! : tl.E: f and she is hereby required. to ( ), a. m.
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"Oh. Asahi Be qQ.let-! ahpne declare TAnd .then. ohj South Beach. ,ft appear to the bill complaint filed Mass for the Church School, Thursdays conducted by Rev. STOREDaily

Such a small thing. Yet there was Rob It was only Vy); the: merest LL J ._4- \.. In,saul cause, on or before Monday, 9-SO a. m. Charles E. Lazo. .-

Daphne staring at her with chance I found out what he'd done! LEGALS Thnndertbower Partly Cloudy the Sth day of August 1915. otherwise school I. 9:30
beady. the allegations of said bill Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. Sunday, a. m. -:0-
frightened eyes; her face had turned fid told tbe mat&nrfofUhe b me. will be taken as confessed by paiddefendant. Evensong Prayer Sermon
I[ toniffat; Sunday partly cloudy ,
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,a greenish white. There was no vestige -' thenurse everyone that- I was polnlng -. i\ THK nun IT roi nr OF TIIKTfTltTH i gentle: variable winds. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Benediction S p,m. THE SALVATION ARMY Baseball ReturnsBy
of her triumph left. nothing but my husband'!"\ JII ml;('IHCI IT I this order be published once a week
atark fear. "Tbafa an absolute lie!* OP'" FIORIU4. I\ .%'" Ffllt.I .Florida Local thundershowers? for four (4) consecutive weeks In Week Days
MONK OHWIT"'. I' t-ssev- thie afternoon tenight Sunday The West Citizen, a Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer Wire
The handle of the door was turn- But Alison's father crushed bet ('Fftl. or ; Key newspaperpublished Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m.
in said County and State in Charge
lag when Daphne's baud went out with a look. "My poor darUng.he T. E. rnicE. p generally fair except probaby: This 28th day 1535. I I I Mass 7 a.m. 1002
and clutched Plaintiff. local thnndcrshovers on the southeast (SEAL) Js.l C SAWYER. Fleming Street --o-
at Alison's arm.List.n. sympathized patting his flanC! e.s ... Evening Prayer 5.30 p. m.
\ F.rf-teare .f MortKaicePEHCT Clerk of Circuit Court Company meeting (Sunday COME
coast. IN AND GET THE
Daphne mute red. her arm A. COOK and BEATRICE By FLORENCE E. SAWYER A second Mass on Wednesdays,
lips close to the girl' ear. "1 give "Can you Imagine anything more J). CIJOK bin, wife Jacksonville to Florida Straits Deputy Clerk. 9 a. m. school), 9:45 a. In. RESULTS OF THE

.la! HI break off the engagement mean-more utterly beastly?" There TVfrmlantn.ORPFR and East Grlf of Mexico: Gentle J B. FLAHFRTY Holiness meeting, 11 a. In.
Only don't tell him wu a broken sob In TOR prnUC.'TIOSIt variable winds and Solicitor for PlaIntiff. Young People's Legion 6:30p. I MAJOR BASEBALL
-leave It to me. Daphne's voice. appearing{ by affidavit of T.. E. partly overcast I Jun:'; JlvC-13-o-2 METHODIST EPISCOPAL
"Hullo? You here Where did you -It was the nurse who told me_ She Price plaintiff In the above st>1ed weather tonight and Sunday with I --- m. LEAGUES
find! herr Robert. knew that I'd simply lived In hit and entitled canoe, that the defendant CHURCH. SOUTH Evening service 8 o'clock.:
coming In. looked *, Percy A. Cook and | scattered showers.WEATHER I I" THE nnrrir COURT OF THFTWIkTIFTII -
from Alison to Daphne but neither room looked after him In every sort Beatrice D Cook hi. wife, are each 1 jrDiriA.1 riRCUT "EL SALVADOR" CIGARS, CIGARETTES.
,answered. of way. cooked things for him myself nun-remdentB of the State; or Florida I OF THF HTATV OF PLOAIDA. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: SOCIETY
and that It Is the belief of_ the CONDITIONS AND FOR MONROE COUNTY. Corner Grinnell and Virginia SOFT DRINKS
-I don't know where you've been because the French! cook dJdD.tkuow affiant that the raid defendant' I n nI..!..!.........." .. ... ...........-u.. ... ........--.. ,
all night but you've given us both a bow to cook them as he liked Percy A. Cook and Beatrice I Plaintiff. I "''''' 327 Elizabeth Street ETC.

Jmost terrible fright! It was sat up half the night done every-. Cook hi* wife, are each residents, Pressure tas fallen throughoutthe ; vs.CLARENCE. (Services in :Spanish) Sunday school 9.30 a. m.
very uotch llama New Jersey, and I country from the Mississippi I B. FREEMAN I Sunday school 10 a. m. -
:wrong of you. very thoughtless'!" Ing. there is no person within the D.I Defendant Sunday morning service at 11
{Robert turned brusquely from All She' couldnt bear to hear people of Florida service of a .. Valley eastward, and slight dis-I! ORDER OF PUBLICATION' Preaching! 8 p. m. .. .
w to his ftanc e. Are ready? saying the things they were saying upon whom would biml the said tnrbancea are central this morn It appearing by the affidavit and I Mothers' Club meets Monday, -- --- -
you fendants, and that it' Is the beliefof the sworn bill filed In the above I
,1 a afraid Tm late but we got held Oh. Bob. It was ghastly I said affiant that each of raid ing over the Lake Superior re entitled cause that Clarence B. 8p.m.

4"np by traftc. V.e ought to get on at IC..Jf'iI1U.IJU.testis M. ITtucftAlUoit / defendants I.. vrer the age oft gion. Duluth. Mum. 29.80 inches : freeman. the defendant herds I'Bible study and prayer service,
once. "'ent '-one yearn: and the North Atlantic States, named '. a non-resident of the Wednesday 8 p. m. i

Bat Daphne did not move. ,Pier, sees the.,..hopdtMnew-, -- ... efhelolna IT the IS -THEREFORE.** defendants ORDEREP4hati Percy A. Boston. Mass., 29.84 inches. Show haste residence of Florida is unknown: that to his the present plaintiff I! TRINIDAD" TREVOR & MORRIS Inc.

.. .1.t. : % J'I I I rook and BeatrIce I). Cook his ers and thunderstorms have oc- : that plaintiff has been "unable "LA
wife. and each of them be and theyare to ascertain the residence of said Revs. L. Oser and Montero. ,
I II hereby required to appear to ccrredsince yesterday morning defendant after dIligent. efforts.
Brown Bivin tbe Mil of complaint filed in this from the Ohio Valley and Middle j That said defendant. Clarence B. Pastors .
GAMES TODAY pane*- vs.. ; MacFayden -! aid cause on Monday, I! Freeman Is ever the ace of twenlyo Duval and Angela Streets I
I O.lUg':: Atlantic States southward the
:
Bowman. 1 I ever .
rs. the Sth day of A. P. iSZt. years.It Auto
I' Brookolyn at New York- otherwise the allecations of said East Gulf States and northern is therefore Ordered that said Sunday school 3 p. m. : Expert Repairing

AMERICAN LEAGUENew 'l I bill of complaint will be taken asiunfenced Florida and in po'mona. or Illinois non-resident defendant. Clarence B. .Service in Spanish Friday, at,;
Zachary vs. Parmelee. TIT said defendants. | Freeman. be and he Is tieraby required
York at Washington-Two ,I Chicago at Pittsburgh-Carleton IT Ih FURTHER QRDERED that i I North Dakota. and New to appear to the Bill at Com 130p.m. !
Jarru.-a--Tamuli.. vs. Hadley; Mur- Weaver .this order be pablished once a week England the rawfall Jbcing light plaint filed in said cause oa or before and Painting
|Jiy or Drones j vs. i I I for four consecutive" weeks, ia The Monday, the Sth day of A. a-r.t .
V1I. Pettit. I Cincinnati1 St. Louis--Freitas Key Vent Citizen, a newspaper *f to moderate. Temperatures are I I.I.A. X. UU. .otherwise the MIXED BIBLE CLASS
Philadelphia at Bo&ton-Blae-I vs. P. Dean. general circulation published In I I I generally above normal from the !' teens of said Bill will b. && i i

holder vs. W. Ferrell. I I Monroe County AND .ORDERED FlorIda.fOXE at KeyVrnt *:: Plain States eastward, being.ab.i p I confessed U farther by said Ordered plaintiff.It alle.-1 Sam S. Finder and W. P. Monti-j I AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY

St. Louis! at Detroit-Cain vs. \ .Florida this ark day of July.l I.i normally high in the! Lake Order be published once ono. Teacher
TAKE MANY THINGS 1.-\.1". 1SSS. for five (5) consecutive weeks .laThe
Hatter I I Cleveland at Chicago Pearson ROSS C SAWYER. 90 degrees were reported 'egJOD.j published ia said Oomy and tWate. morning at the Hams School an- Only Genuine FORD Parts Used"Oldest

"-s!. Kennedy. SAN ANTONIO.-Thieves who Clerk tr. Florida.Circuit Court. Monroe Coun. day. A maximum & 'I SEAL) ROSS Clerk C.Circuit SAWYER.Court. diiorinm .t 10 o'clock. Men and

I visit jd the home of E. Gutierrez ,I By FLOTJ2NCE E. SAWYER 100 degrees occurred at Dodge : By FLORENCE E. SAW I UK. I women not connected with any

: in this city, ate a lunch and then] Deputy Clerk.W. City Eau.s.,.yesterday. I, Deputy Clerk. tiier Bible Class and regardless Cootkraoiu FORD Dealer in the World"

NATJONALJLE I took: two of his chickens. anaxe C. TRICE.toelicMvr Jar. Plaiatiff> I. C. S. TCKNTSEDY.Charge.. WILLIAM Solicitor H.for MALONE.Plaintiff &of denomniaUona are invited t-J I l
Boston j l .
at Philadelphia-Two l and his icebox. __ ,J.I ':U'I-'ii al&3. UU .jtIidaI ja .* Jun15. JIT'U.Jt attend
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............00................................... oeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeoeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeoeeeeeeooPERSONAL .
a number of sepecially good buy. has attracted hundreds of thrifty' ment )Ir. Pearlman has tried to

I MENTIONMiss I at this store on that day. buyers from of the
every part
I SOCIETY'- Stores1 include a few items from every
city who have taken advantage of
:-: : : [At The department to give the public an
: ,------------------------ --------------------.1 HOLTSBERG'SMonday the opportunity to make long
example of just how low merchandise -
.. .I Dorothy Mayfield Knowles Mrs. Jobn Ledford who was needed purchases.
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eeoeeaeeenaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee oeeeoeeeeo cee will be at
busy be
a day can purchased while the
who was spending a short vacationin visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ,
Dance TonightAt Entertain With :Miami returned SALE ON DRESSES good specials on all items in ladies better bargains and to make the
ing train yesterday.Mrs. Thursday afternoon to join Mr.
Local ClubOne Party Last Night J.eU..rd in Carbondale, Penn.- While in New York recently goods marked for this selling. coming Monday a highlight of the _

\ Manuel Perez left over the; William Mendell) of The Hub day.Read sale; Mr. Pearlman has some very
of the largest crowds in Robert J. Perry Chapter Orderof East Coast yesterday afternoon!I Mrs., William Menendez was a Store purchased a large line of today's advertisement fora special inducements to be offered I t- SPECIAL SALE ON

_ weeks is expected to gather at the DeMblay entertained with a for Tavernier where she will spenda : passenger by rail Wednesday for ladies' ready-to-wear and other few of the Monday items. from 8:30 till 10 a. m. only.In LADIES' SHOES I

Babana-Madrid tonight for the. party last evening at the Scottish few days with relatives and Miami where she will visit relatives merchandise for the ladies depart-
regular weekly dance which be. friends. i for short time. ment as well as the men's store. FREE OFFER arranging today's advert UeHOLTSBERG'S -
ginsatlOOOp.ni. Rite Hall, corner Simonton and a These, dresses! will be placed (Saturday and Monday)
I I on The first 20 cash customers,who
,Success of Habana-Madrid: Eaton :ctroe Mrs. 'George Olsen left on the!, Mrs. Joseph Johnson and fa'e! Monday at very special prices trade at Ackerman's Service Sta-I be Everv SHOE in the store will

dances is known by all who have I I Dancing. was. enjoyed, party kfternoon train yesterday for: daughter Mrs. Reginald Trevor' and will no doubt be an attractionto tion on Monday morning will get .I_ these reduced two days.considerably for

attended these events and it is games and cards, were played paranja where she will spend awhile I I left Thursday afternoon for I I' Monday shoppers. Ihcir auto park plugs cleaned; 'New arrivals this week include
stated that all who attend cannot:" During the everting a* refreshment v.ith.relath'es. and then make 1 Miami and Fort Pierce to visit, Read today's advertisement for free. 4' ]U'' f 1 many new styles in

help but have a good time. course was.served. another visit with relatives in 1\11-1 f several, weeks with relatives and I The Hub and then pay the store --- Pumps. Sandals Oxfords Ties

Music for the affair will be Those attending the affair ami.VMrs.. I I friends. r a visit and see for yourself. BRAKE SERVICEAt Monday Sale and Linens.

furnished by the Habana-Madrid were' _____ : Phoenix and Kayser Silk

_ orchestra. I Barbara..Carey, Yvonne Finder Lonnie Anderson who was John Finder, chief operator r of FULFORD'S FARM hate good all times brakes It Is and necessary in to Hosiery Chiffon and Service

I Joyce Archer Isabelle Kelly. spending a brief time in Key West I I the Western Union Telegraph I Roy Fnlford !has extended the weather it is especially important rainy I II 20 cases of White Shoes, Ox- pair Weights. special .. 79c I
fords
and white
Arrange For Clarice Barksdale and Lillian with relatives left yesterday i company in Key West who was public an invitation to stop at his I to see that your brakes will stop see window Pumps display, all on sale, (Every pair"guaranteed)

Melody HourThe Lujan. noon for her home in Miami.after-I'!I in Jacksonville for a business con-: poultry farm and see how he raises the car in time to avoid accidents. per pair ......__,. _"_'h $1.00 MONDAY SPECIALS
I Curtis Jerome Berk- chickens with!
Stanton ference with officials returned success.
says Clarence Crusoe of Colonial Boys' Shirts reg. 75c at .. 50c 36 inch All-Over
ovitz Butler Mrs. Pail: Collins, who was bei chickens Lace all
George Carey Howard i Thursday. i Dressing and preparing
j$ Service Station.
? White colors, yard _
Bags. $1.00 45e
seventh Key West Melody Malcolm Pinder, Nestor Del- fore marriage Miss Beulah Lowe I.and other poultry: for the pot is a I This station maintains a complete sale ___...reg......___.... 75c on Ladies' Silk Pajamas h $1.00 I
Hour under the direction of Commodore I gad, Howard Pinder and Joseph of Key West left yesterday aft-I A. F. Byers representing one Fulford speciality. brake service. Ladies' Silk Negligees
I Fancy Table Cloths, on sale SOc something -
: von Mietk-Liuba. II. D. Richardson. ernoon for the home in Miami aft-* of the large manufacturies in new $1.95
W.. will be presented at 8 visit of several days with Pure Linen Table Cloths see hon.
p. m.,1on | er a | Philadelphia who accompanied I MONDAY AT ARONOVITZ Striped Dimities reg. 30c yd.
window _._.
sale $1.00
_ Thursday July 11. ,be featured, it was announced to- relatives and friends j I Dr. Robert O. VanDeusen on his' Many worth-while bargains will on at per yard 20c
Opera and operetta music will day. i ]i Traveling Bags with Zippers 40 inch Printed Chiffon Voile
trip to Key West. left Wednesday| be offered at D. Aronovitz Dope MANY BARGAINS
Mrs. Sallie Curry who was visiting -j i' 1 2 sizes ..._.._ $1.OO and $1.50Boys' regular 40c yard 29c
afternoon for Miami. rtment Store
--- on Monday.
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for 2-piece Pajames, 8 to Printed Seersuckers. yard 19e
relatives, left yesterday
I I the home in Jacksonville after receiving -I I'I There will be a clearance on all AT PEARLMAN'S! 18. at ..._.._......_._.. $1.00 CLOSING OUT ALL SUMMER

SUNDAY DINNER IiLSc4ffeJioiJJ a telgram announcing the Miss Alberta Peterson left. summer ready-to-wear and the entire Men's Blue Shirts full cut, I DRESSES AT H PRICE.
I line of summer shoes for I Ii .___ I
I ml'n.
BenGrosvenor. : !t regular 75c, at m..h. SOeBoys' Blister Sheer Printed Dtees
death of her brother-in-law Wedenesday afternoon for Miami
J
I : j r women and children will be Sold; at I Longies, high waist, I at ..._.. .'. $1.95
She ]j! where she will twoji h
about
was accompanied spend
I 1 1I I close-out prices. Big i Summer Clearance Sale at 10 to 16. on sale .... $1.00 i All ladies' Hats $1.00
II by her sister Mrs. Leroy Sawyer' ,I i I weeks with Mr. and Mrs. JamesBarwicIi.u.r Pearlman's.. Inc., i is now in its m. I 40 inch Heavy Quality Baron-
i I 25c: Japanese Silk Pongee, on
By ANN PACK and husband." 'It L.---- \; ){ : : Ii I THE'STORE'OF' FASHION i-econd! week, *.Uh.a'dady increase sale per yard _.._ 19c ette Satin all colors per
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4C:1It! II I yard .
OF JULY week la th. ..> I There, will'J e (,reductions on in'the crowd attending.This 25c Pillow Tubing, on sale 20e .m "h..h.. 59c
Barker left Candlewick
I FOURTH of the real picnic tenon'|f Mrs. William.!! over I i Mrs. Earl Sands and two children ''every,rfhoe ,in the store on Mon. store-wide selling' event i iIII 1 2&c) White Indian Head, per Sheer Voile, all
and picnic food. are plentiful and attractive t the East Coast{ yestreday for a I' '!day yard _J-.*j.. ...._.___ HOc colors per yard. 39c
f.the Store of Fashion.Today's -
in price. Firing chickens relatives at,. Coconut: Nancy| and (Betty left! ; I 40 inch Printed Voile. yd. 20c
: ftayt{ iQth Hemmed L50, on
$
I Diapers,
erg*. for deviling watermelon, toma GrovJiNftnl Miami. '-' Wednesday afternoon for Miamiwhere ]: toes celery olives, pickles, salad ,
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materials, ready-to-eat meats, freshfruits j, they wyi be.the suests for! r i 1 10 pieccs-of..Fancy: Prints on a yard' ..._..... 49cCandlewick.
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all suggest pimi .. Hprtman Williams and Elmer. a while of lolm m'f.George1|:1eft"yesterday.:afternoon for Tam sale per.yard_..___n..._ lOc .Bt'd Spreads $1.95
For, cold plates at home keep -- I JUST RECEIVED- New line
en pa.
GuaranteedBrakes
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hand of Wentworth. who were guests atj Givens and relatives! :jI t. : Flaxon Dresses sizes 16 to of
a variety vegetables, raw or | i. I III Shorts Sun-Suits, Slacks
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cooked and marinated to be served the home of Mrs. Fannie Me Cook. 'r 1- 46. see window -n. 50c Shirts-5>ilk and Cotton, and
plain or as vegetable salads. Vegetables 1 Will Wells Jr.. who was spending Boys' English Shorts. 6 to
in variety are plentiful and cheap. I I on Pauline street left yesterday I p Mr. and Mrs. James Wells son 1 I a while with his parents MrI 14, on sale ........_..__ SOc I 1 Halters.NEW
The :-at picture has changed in afternoon for their homes in Miami. in law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.I and Mrs. Will Wells left yesterday Colored Piques, regular 25c on I Patterns SILK-Latest Summer
that h price of beef is now moderate NEWS OF 'II'III I II included in our new
and lamb, though still moderate I __ t j Charles Baker, and their children I afternoon for Miami. Don't jeopardize. life sale ---.- l eSPECIAL show ing. ,
higher. Veal and pork arc also rea- r-Sylvia and James, left Wednesday I NEW .
senable. W. C. Price or! the legal firm and money by riding with TABLE WITH S SHIPMENT BATHING
BERRIESBERRYTIME for Miami for a visit with relatives i j' Mrs. T. L. Kiscr left I SUITS JUST
Melons are at their best.cantaloupes of Price. Price and I Uncock whowas Saturday poor brakes I We give I REMNANTS MONDAY RECEIVED.
plentiful and cheap, honerdews andoneyballs I .Mr. Wells to continue later to r ffor Miami to visit her eon and,, EXPERT I I SPECIAL SALE MONDAYBig
moderate. Small itt Key West for a brief visit adjustment and
size eranjres 'Tornado Ohio on business.Mr. 81x99 Peperell Sheets regular I
redactions
in
'daughter law Mr. and Mrs. I on our 3-year
Here are are cheap.three means mad. op from a bright spot In with friends. returned yesterday I Randolph lOser in their home at relining service at reaSonable I I $1.25. at _...._._h__. $1.00 guaranteed SHEETS and PILLOW
seasonable foods adapted to different year when delicious !I to his home i in Miami and Mrs. Harry Snow and 974 N. \V'. Second street. cost. I I Slip Satin heavy grade the I CASES.
budget levels.__ little tarts and topping $1.00 grade Itt yards $1.00
Every Item !i. thee Store Re-
son, Harry Jr., left the East !
short-cakes make their appearance in Miamito over
Ellis who
Archer was 1 Immediate Service Large size Silk Dresses, regular dared for
Low MacdayTHE
Cost Dinner '
at feast-time has become: an join Mrs. Archer who is visiting Coast this morning for Marathon According to information $5.00, at ......_ 3.95 I
Cold Heat Leaf period. now that where Mrs. Snow received I
Potato Salad all-year-round the I and son will remain Rayon Bedspreads regular -
Pickled Beets housewives have learned to put / with relatives returned on with her parents Mr. and from Jacksonville by The Colonial Service Station $1.50 for _______ $1.25
Bread Watermelon and Butter canned berries into these popular Havana Special yesterday. I Mrs. W. A. Parrish and Mr. Snow Citizen. Leonard G. Parden from STORE OF FASHION

Tea or Coffee Milk dishes. who is employed with the engineering Key West was among the guests Clarence Crusoe SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER
Raspberries lead the list of Mayor WmvH. Malone who accompanied registered at! the Hotel Seminolein SPECIALS City' Leading Ladica StoreI.
forces
Medium Cost Dinner canned borries in the quantity Mrs. Malone to Miami of the Florida East that city on Wednesday of this Phon 397 _
Baked Ham Hashed Potato. consumed and because they come where she will remain for a while Coast Railway company left for week. ___I APPELROUTH
Green Beans to you with that rlcht- fI'-the-bulh with relatives returned yester- other points along the line. I --
Bread and Butter flavor and with their gay natural I .
Fruit Cup Small Cake color, owing to! the gold; enanul' day.
Tea or Coffee ___ Milk lining of the cans in which they Sirs; Martha Alvarez left yes- Miss Ermina Carry left yesterday --- -
are packed. the following recipes Mrs. Lade wife of Manager RoyE. terday afternoon for Miami for a afternoon over the East Coast -
Very Special Dinnei will be welcome news: Lade of the Florida Public stay with her daughter, Mrs. Jen- for Miami en route to Tampa

Melon Cop Utilities company who was in nie Galindo who is ill, and another where the will spend a vacation
Fried Chicken For Breakfaat and Dinner Joe Pearlman's Inc.
Parsley Potatoes
Green Peas Creamed Onions Fort Lauderdale on a visit with daughter Mrs. Eva Warner of with her brother-in-law and sister
Bread and Butter Melons Waldorf: Cut small her parents returned yesterday Key West. She was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Delaney.She ,

Vanilla let Cream. Sponge Cake honeydew melons in halves half and accompanied by Mr. Lade, who by her grandson, BUI/ Warner. was accompanied by her niece,
.Coffee.CLASSIFIED. remove the seeds, allowing a
mall melon for each serving-- went to Miami to meet her. I Jessie Curry.
Scoop out small balls of banana Henry Jenks left on the after- BIG I SUMMER

C......cc cc.......ee.cc and place three or four In each Mrs. Haynes Wilder is visitingher noon train yesterday for Fort
melon. Sprinkle with a few drops parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bcnning Ga., where he will visit SALE
lemon. Then fill\ the rest of the
of
his brother-in-law and sister Mr.
melon cavities with canned black Jack at the home, 825 Southard D. ARONOVITZKey CLEARANCESTILL
'" raspberries and their syrup and street. David B. Barr grandsonof and Mrs. Ben Cooper and then to

COLUMNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei' chill well. Serve for breakfast or Mr. and Mrs. Jacks also a Columbus for a stay with his We..'. Only Complete
: first at dinner. The brother John who is a writer for
for a coarse visitor at the home. These visitors Department Store CONTINUES TO DRAW CROWDS DAILY
size of the melons will vary, but a I the Columbus Ledger.
will remain for a week or 10 days.I
No. 2 can of berries should be One case of FIGURED GREATEST VALUES OFFERED IN MANY YEARS is the consensus of

FOR RENT enough Black for twelve servings.Triangles: Oscar II. LeVay head of the Mr.\ and Mrs. Davis and daughter VOILES, sheer and cool I opinion from the many customers who attended the SALE during the past week
Ratpberrjf
BICYCLES Roll pastry thin and cut in 4-inch I tariff department of the Clyde- Marie. of St. Petersburg and regular 35c value at 3 -YOU TOO CAN SAVE!
WE RENT the
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by Put a heaping tablespoon Mallory Lines who was in Havana Sam Argentar of Tampa who
Hour, Day or Week. Repairall squares.of canned black raspberries on a vacation arrived Thursday were spending a while in Key IT'S OUR FIRST SALE IN THREE YEARSAnd

makes and paint them with which have been slightly; drained afternoon accompanied by Mrs. West with Mr. Davis' uncles Jake yard69c

No-Enamel. We carry a full on each nquare. Sprinkle of with anda LeVay and son, and after a business Aronovitz and Dave Aronovitz we are making; it one you will remember a long time. If you are one
of the about one tablespoon sugar
supply Roilfast and parts.Dayton Agent Bicycles.for few drops of lemon juice. Fold conference with C. E. Smith, See window and be on of those that haven't as yet saved by buying at these low prices, you'd better

And sell them as low as $5.00 the pastry over diagonally. pressing general agent for the lines in Key time Monday morning hurry up-good things don't last too long. Come, See and Compare! Get the
the edges very well together West left for their home in
of
spirit saving.
down and $1.00 per week. We of juice will
so that not a drop Louisville i Beautiful assortment ofNEW
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Buy and Sell all makes of used leak- out. Bake In a hot oven for Ky. Plate Lunches I SUN-BACK DRESSES for Here are just a few of the BIG VALUES in the SALE:
Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. twenty to twenty-five minutes, or Children. sizes 1 to 16 years

,.Stowers company, 515 Duval until black brown.raspberries A will,No. make 2 call from of S1.00 $1.98Ladies' GREATEST DRESS SHOES SHOES TREMENDOUS

Street apr9-tf fourteen to ,sixteen.. triangles.-4\ I and Dinners .,_ : TO VALUES EVE' New additional SHOES SAVINGS ON

FURNISHED BUNGALOWAllmodern ';a '_". Dresses formerly up to leave beemplaced on our
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conveniences garage r $3.95 each at __ $1.98 OFFERED.how fantoua- $1.50 counDRESS MATERIALS
FlO k' Dots on Dark Voile in $2:00. $2.50 and
636 William street. Apply
ia Our goods
departmentis
A carte; iiades Dresses sites from $2.00 (Broken Lot piece
I A special l purchase of 200 SILK: )
des
Bakery. too big to be able to tell
you
val-I .I SPECIAL sx SI ,.--38to 48. each $1.00 DRESSES made to sell ::*t Shoes.. piliI'-- all about it in this small space.
i ,,A REAL BARGAIN regular prices of $4.00 $5.00 JIJ1:. .
PIANO TUNING SIGHT PRECIOUS Seafood : sr.50Another Come and see for yourself
-ONDRESSES Specialties and $&0U, 'placed on sale b ;'" .
I $1.00 Silks .. 58c
$1.25
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"CLEARANCE OF ALL ; I ,
and Monday at
Saturday -
PIANO TUNER. Laureano 1\10-1 Correct vision is vital to SUMMER READY-TO-WEAR counter of $1.00'; $1.25 Georgettes
child. Impaired vision in l Sandwiches I $3.00 and $3.50 SHOES
reno. Excellent piano for your -For'- $1.98 $2.48 and Chiffons ...._ 58c I
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Broken sizes
cheap. 10IS Division street. childhood may greatly retard SATURDAY AND MONDAY ( ), a* only-
jun24-lmo his education and later business Beer and Soft Drinks $2.88 $3.88 20c and 25c Flaxons .. 15c

New Suits shipment made DRESSES.of Acetates: Sport, success. Impaired vision makes Ladies' Sandals, 75c AND $1.88 39c Lace Voiles .......... 23c

ROOMS Linens. Mad rases and other backward children nervous close out pair ___ Come and see these values New additional Chi176c Dress Laces .......... 44c
wrecks and inefficient men. and you'll buy! dren's Shoes have been 25c Printed Voiles -'u 16cLADIES'

"THE MUNRO"\ -Rooms $2.00. niateriajaS1e98 I Let us examine his eyes here i Another new shipment of HATS placed on our 96c C jJ35c Pique Voile ._h..._ 23cWhite

$2.50 Double and and Single.$3.00 per 128 N.week.E. now for possible defects. PLAZA'SANDWICH yards PRINTED..._.._...FLAXONS......__ ....... SOc 3 $2.00. $3.00 and $4.00 values, Black dren's, Brown counter._ Oxfords White, and Brown Cotton,

4th Street Miami Fla. MORNING DRESSES beauti- SHOP Entire line of SUMMER closing out any Q"1| f\f\\ \ and Straps at pair- per yard .-- 9c and lOc
june26lmoxFOR fully tailored fast colons DR. J. A. VALDES Hat in the store ti) Long Cloth, yd. 9c and 13c
SHOES for Wo- 96c
503 Duval Street Men
81x90 Sheets .. 68c
95cAll -------
Orthofon Soft-Lite Licensee men and Children at 75 SILK DRESSES
SALE Curb Entire stock of higher Best $1.25 Peperell

$3.95 532 Duval Street Service'j close-out price values to $3.00, on C1 OO grade! ; Shoes reduced! 81x90 Sheets ._.__-._.____ 94c
our and $4.95: DAeO /
sale, at only Nothing reserved.
TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 --
DRESSES special __, 'j I Best 35c Peperell PillowCases

sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. CHILDREN'S SILK COME AND SEE --_ --..--.. 24c
$2.95NEW
aug7 DRESSES .. 88c 200 pairs Beach San42x36 Cases ._......... 13c

daIs, at only: .....98c.Vhite Moose Head
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two, SPORT DRESSES madeto :AH other DRESSES greatly '
bundles for Be. The Citizen Office. sell at $10.75 come andsee II" 'tbeBofydwinked'Don. reduced. Come,. See and "ComSatJ, Bedroom_ SlipLinene, per yard .. 19c
oct16 them-- pare! .. pers!af/i ....,.39c 20c Pajama Check .-.. 13c
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PRINTING-Quality the Lowest Prices.Printing The Art-at IMITATIONS "Another Big 9c. Dress Goods Sale:: Monday, 8:30: to 10:00: A. M.

14 Sport lnrlividu'aiI't1 ACCEP'I1NG.
Press. Dresses, sale 8 l:3Oa.- '
man ang7 On Monday : m sr !
(>5: made by best dress ybILES. FLAXONSPERCALES AND
To get the original Davja 100% t Pars hint _
concern in America: ; orig I Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. Regular $1.95 Wash Dresses
PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I at Peach
mated to sell at $19.75. niDTfJUXT B. o. Tini.
cards, $1.25. The ArtmanPress. your luck- look. for levis 100% Pare Paint hu-onuktn IWI extra special, $119( yard ____ 9 C
aug7 this Label imitated,fcut never i..plicateL :=::::.. _-__ -u
$10.00LADIES' I I Da.w. % Pare Paint 'tonforma with -====

WANTED I -ea=ssa. all par paint Law ao* M abe only paiot :=.-- ANOTHER AMAZING HOSIERY OFFER CLOSING OUT-Lot of

.'I SHOES $1.79, I VOp1JK5 tbat came a foanntc of parity. -=-="-.:: MONDAY 8:30 A. M. 1.00< Pure OQ Spring Hats, each ..._._Ladies"25e..... ........ ....

WANTED-Second-hand bicycle.A. $1.98 and $2.45 : ? : Cook for this Guarantee the Silk Hose ..._ ,..--- Ol*
LabelTHEERDAVlSCa
on "
E. Fisher. Write Box 344 -. _. ;; KonGood Crinkle Bed Spreads. Monday,
call at 803 Waddell Ave. Sheet, 81x90; no seam, -- ---- we Law'" --.o._..a.,mane Pee Maa.tee's, ..Iw ,.. First 50 customers entering our store 7ge
or .. .i seen day morning; and purchasing 1 pair of our 8:30 a. m-. ajain'P1GE .......+-..-...--.---....
A- .. a.m- ._
jly6-2tx no starch _.___ 88c prnduczs s 4 b m sad uetJ __ DaIs ealy i famous $1.00 Hose for 69c will receive

BATHING SUITS to be & -&*<
WANTED chance to bid on doted out at very low price I only .. -..._-.....-..__-_-.._.... ._. .. .. ,. '._..m..h...
your next printing order. The G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets )

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