The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00061
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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 9, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00061
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For Associated 65 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the tICW\) ts e <[t It-tt most country Key West.equable; with Florida weather*an, averageBesUnte.abofKeyWeot has in the the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit


Another "Teddy" Roosevelt On STEAMSHIP CUBA MILTON COHN PERFECTS PROCESS OF I German Naval Ingenuity ScannedAs


Hunt In Brazil's Wild Jungles. 200 PASSENGERSAUXILIARY i. ., .I Reich Restores Fleet's Power

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FERA OFFICIALS Milton Cohn prominent in the -

Follows Famous FatherOn sponge and,chamois skin businessof RADIO AD VICES ] 'II".4' .I'.ITA Foreign Attaches Are
VESSEL MONTA WILL RETURN TO! Key West and New York, and
Trail Seeking Big GUA ALSO ARRIVES IN PORT, head of the Gulf and West Indies I BRING NEWS\ OF Waiting To See What


Cats And Other Ferocious -I YESTERDAY CONSIGNED TO fected a process of tinting per-I New Devices May Have

advertisements I in. The CHAS. LOWE which has been given widespread BOAT'S SAFETYLIEUT. :, New of Key West i. be.

Animals Citizen are very generallyread ingread ia far off cornersof I Been DiscoveredBy
OTHERS U11FT: publicity by the business and artistic -
!i. shown from the following AND I, the earth writes Miss Erna

extract from the Miami Steamship Cuba, of the P. and RECENTLY FOR JACKSON-I press of the United States. KLAUS IS IN RECEIPT i, Hahn, who i. well known to
Daily New, relative to an advertisement Mr. Cohn was a caller at the I Cumbers of people in Key I .
By RAFAEL ORDORICA that appeared in O. S. S. company arrived yesterday VILLE TO CONFER WITH ;| office of The Citizen and dis- OF MESSAGE TELLING OF West, from Papeete Tahiti, M. K. WHITELEATHERBr .. .
A.s.ri.ird I ( As *elete fres)
RlVDE r7uly 9. The Citizen on July 3: THERE played a case of the sponges. SAHETV OF KETCH CASARCO Society Islands. *
JANEIRO -; afternoon from Havana with OTHER OFFICERS -1 I BERLIN. July 9.-Germany *
"Advocate Miami Miss Hahn will be
-Perhaps I remembered
I They are in pastel shades, enclosed -
After a score of year another and Miami Beach children, 99 first class passengers and 18 ; in cellophane and of the REPORTED ADRIFT I f I .. connected with the first step toward attaining the
I forbidden I I social service
legally to discharge department
-redd,." Roosevelt .talk his firework! yesterday, need an second class for Key West; 80 II M. E. Gilfond FERA adminis- finest grade of sheepwool sponges I r/ FERA, here last year for the 420,595 tons allotted her under

quarry la Brazil'} "green hell." I I advocate like! Judge JeffersonB. first and four second class for trator for Key West; B. C. Mo-: taken from Florida waters. Lieutenant Wm. Klaus U. s.1'I purpose of beginning a nursery the Anglo-German naval ratio of

Browne, circuit judge of Tampa. Of the 201 passengers I' reno, of the engineering division ; i The procers was perfected by communica-I i' school, and was a resident
Twenty-one. year after his famous Monroe county. The jurist there were 34 aliens. and Clifford G. Hicks;, head of the I Mr. Cohn after years of study and N.. in charge of the for several months. I 100 to 35 will be construction of
1 inserted this ad Wednesdayin l I In letter to friends she
father,.Col* Theodora.Roe.. ** I. The Key West Citizen The ship sailed shortly after purchasing: division, who left Sunday -:I.(experimentation. The range of tion service at Key West has received explains: a that at the tin it I 12 speedy U boats, two ....ul..

.1, ..for conferepce with officials, colors coyer practically all those radio advices of the
midnight for with 90 safety she
velt ha gone.iat the marsh.ATthe 1,000 copies of Declaration Tampa pas- I was written had openedan shipQ and two cruisers.
of Independence to .* tv sengers. Late departure of the in Jacksonville, expected to!l I now in. standard: bath ,room en- of the Ketch: Casarco, which was, American. magazine and I
Matto Gross,Jungle tp ..huntfaguars. children to burn to celebrate4th Uenibles and are in, Orchid, ruby, i book the These are. provided for in the
vessel was due to the necessity of return tomorroT I|(I sapphire, coral green, on Sunday, reported adrift for store at Papeete

of July in place of firecrackers making'repairs to a broken valve While,no,word has been received -'I manger peach: rose aqua, maize, nile seven days and notice received by i only. one on the island and I,1935-36 ,p olra.. although naval
which they are gets much of her information
prohibited stem. The accident: happened yes- relatives,to tho arrival of of-:t Ilrreen.- bt blue and .white. As radio at Key West. I I
To the northwest...! .the,mar.h., from having by those about Key West from ezperts ,belic., that more submarines
who are so old as to have or. terday when the ship was a few ficials.from Jacksonville i i4 is anticipated an oddity Mr. Cohn, showed one Within 24 hours after the news,' the periodica1

os,...some 300 miles':frooL..Cuyaha, gotten when they were chit' hours out from Havana. : that Conrad Van Hyning: ponce which is ebony black.: was received: the S. S. Lysefjord'I' Miss Italic was thrilled maybe added a* soon a*
Honduranian auxiliary Schooner j i Letters from U. S. Senator
: dren. Florida relief director C. B.i sighted the ketch and was notified when she read Elmer Davis
capital of Matto Grosso, begins a arrived ; the department hit full
J Motagua last night )uncan U. Fletcher of Florida, that i navy
personnel on the drifting story "New World Sym-
I from Tampa with a load of ba- Tread way, director of federal lossie White chief clerk of the
river discovered by the Bull :IITilllll..IJ I I'I vessel were alright. phony" Sa Harper' and i.i stride after 16 year of cempara.
nanas and plantains consigned to works operations and E. A. Pyn- bureau of fisheries departments II I Assistance of
the Lysefjord was rooting for the rehabilitation
Moos leader ia 1914. I! Charles Lowe. Mr. Lowe wast I chon I assistant to Mr. Treadway!I !if commerce and many others are I refused but it was requested thata I project ia Key West She live inactivity.
MAKING PROBE notified of the expected arrival of i i j i rizcd by Mr.\ Cohn for the en-
down j will also come to discuss matters coast guard vessel or some other concludes her letter with the Foreign naval attaches
Roosevelt river plunges the vessel Western : are
by relayed husiastic in which
J''1 pertaining to Key West and Mon manner they;i good) boat be sent to the Casarco's: hop that she will some day
Union telegram from Tampa sent I.Write! of the sponges and their i assistance.This waiting to see what new ingenuus
the side of th. Paresis noun IN FIRE CASECORONER'S return here and rejoice with
from the vessel by radio. The roe county.Mr. artistic shades end covering ,I II I I
was radioed to a Cuban the people over their new and devices: German scientists
bias and roll 730 mile north Motagua\ is equipped with an ama- Gilfond was assured that ,I The sponge tr.'tt of Europe has, radio station which forwarded. beautiful city.CRIMINAL. may

ateur radio set and the service is Julius F. Stone,J*., former Florida I||lacked r for an exclusive use of the I J|I the news to the station at Key have discovered since the British
ward to jobs the Madeira in. its' JURY STILL IN- voluntary. I administrator would come, but i formula which: prodt-ces the beau- West. Lieutenant Klaus advised watched the Germans sink their

r race to the Amazon. VESTIGATING LV ATH OF I recent dispatches: indicate he was'Iti.ul,"I tinting and the inventor of I I I The Citizen he had notified all !l own fleet at Scapa Flow on Jane
NO CLUES INROBBERY the process no* has this I, :authorities.: j ji
To the northwest of the marsh- ATWELL FAMILY i to proceed direct to Washington to I| tion under tonsMeraation.proposi-I r The Casarco: is of Canadian COURTBEGINS 21, 1919. Almost 16 years to> the

discuss with Harry L. Hopkins his'' All of the leading: jobbers I day later the new fleet was bornon
land, near Cnyaba, runs the Ko- I j | registry and is owned by M. C.I
CASE'I appointment to service: in the throughout the United Staten' Rice, of Toronto Canada. Mr.: HANDLING paper in a London conferenceroom. :
luene, one of the tributary prongs There are still several witnesses : handling: toilet ccessories will use'! ;'
j western part of the United States. Rice: his wife who is seriously ill,l .
of the river and the to be examined in the matter of: these sponges, Mr. Cohn said and ;.1
great Xingu Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, head their two children and an American Fifteen Ship Oa Way .
the death of the! Henry L. Atwell i of the social: service department in in Australia:: many of the larger)II 1 Albert Jones, are on the 1 VARIOUS CASES .
stream CoL The
sailed P. T. German fleet totals
up last today
family in the fire Friday i Key West who was also attending,i I emporiums have asked for stocks i i vesseL .
Lawrence nine :years ago never to morning which resulted in the. UP CROCERYMAN REMAINS a conference: is expected to return -!: The news of this invention.I II I I about 140,000 tons. Some of the
death of six. I from Jacksonville accompanied -I I which it is said, will revolutionize' JACOBS CASE AWAITING ships are well over age however
return. Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez, UNKNOWN i by Mrs. Bernard DeWitt' the sponge business, has been giv- : MAKING PLANS I so about 3<5,595 tons of new

Colonel Roosevelt is confining I as coroner ex-officio is sifting I I who is spending a vacation: with I i!irn: wide publicity in such periodicals t TRIAL ON CHARGE OF RECEIVING ships may be added before the
his hunt Jaguars to a-TeTioal i everybit of.,evidence which can f relatives in a* the Fisheries Service Bulletin maximum"set' bpi the London 'accord
be secured in an effort to find I i Identity of the men, who, on in Washington; The New I is reached.
south of
just and west Cuyaba,1
some plausible cause for the fire. '. Sunday night. June 30, beat and (rI I l Yorker. Nation's Business Print- FOR THURSDAY The two battleships as well as
marked off roughly by the Sao It was learned today at the I!I I robbed Santiago Escovedo, and I II MRS. SAMPSON er's Ink Monthlj, New York MIAMI GROUPKEY the twelve U boats and one

Lourence river south, and the sheriff's office that all of the testimony aged storekeeper of Southard j j i Amer.can, San Diego Union. Buffalo I cruiser provided for in the 1935-

Paraguay river west. may be in and a verdict: I I street tied him with strips of j I' NOW IMPROVING; Evening: Ne*s. Textile Colorist Criminal; court: recessed from 36 program already are under

With him is Sasha Siemel, reached this evening at the (;On- cloth to a chair and departed with J i Florida Times Union Scientific -t WEST ADMINISTRATION I, construction. The first of the
elusion of the investigation which' about $115 remains unknown. American. Esquire and Wash- I j yesterday, was in session this small 250-ton U boats which
phototype of the hero of "Tiger I I was resumed this afternoon 3:30 Following the robbery, three inRton Post. MAKING ARRANQ!MENTs! I II Reiehsfuehrer Adolf! Hitler de-

Man" and "Green Hell" books;'I o'clock. I'I men were arrested and held in the Mrs. Ralph Sampson, who recently | Before leaving over the East j i i I morning with Judge' J. Vining cided to lay' dowa even before the

about a quiet sinewy European I! : county jail for examination but all underwent an appendic-j L Coast Railway for New York Mr. I TO LOOK AFTER MEMBERS I iI I Harris presiding and all court officers naval accord: was discussed, are

solacing a blighted romance by:| BELATED CHARGES 'efforts to get any information ectomy in a Miami hospital, i*1 i Cohn said he will take up in the i OF MIAMI BEACH CLUB 1 likely to be put In service next
from them were fruitless and they improving rapidly according: to I I near future the proposition of, : present. fall or winter. About the .Fame

the dangers of the jungle hunt t CLEVELAND. O.-After 40 have been released. word received: by relatives here.I I i I' establishing in Key West a small i|i 1 I The case of Robert Miller, time the third "pocket: battle
Kill. 'Em With Spear j '
Mrs. Sampson was formerly plant for tinting and ship" of 10,000 tons the "Ad-
years of married life, Mrs.:: Jacob Officers: of the sheriffs forces sponges Plans being; made today to
Siemel has lived in Matto Fox of this city has sued her: hus- and those of the police depart Miss' Louise Casado of this city. other like activities: : I entertain were members of the Miami 'i charged: with non support of at miral Graf Spree, will be com

Grosso 20 years. A Lithuanian, he'!' band for a divorce: crarging ment are still working on the mat --- ---. ___ Beach Woman's Club, Mrs. Ann I j! minor child, was called but the' missioned.The "

has learned the native's art t lect. nl'g-I ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiABOUT Martin president who will be I Ii I t defendant did not appear. It was'i "Admiral Graf Spree, officials -
near assert is to be the last
holding a lance point fixedly } ter.ABSORBS i visitors in Key West Saturday and j j I learned by the court that th. Miller -;' "pocket battleship." The two new
the eyes of a jaguar, then transfixing TOWN Sunday.M. r
had ': announced
family departed Sunday battleships were as
"NEW EDUCATION"CHILDREN MANY E. Glifond. Key West Administrator -
the cornered beast. He has I i for the Florida ERA, afternoon over the Florida East' "pocket ships" when they were

bagged scores of the big cats by By H. STEWART LEONARD first invited the club several weeks Coast for )[jarn.i.. j laid down last winter but expertsare

this The method.stark truth about the hunt. DURINRr 1G VACATION PERIOD .......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...........i ....e..ee..e I ago,that but club it was:members not until decided yester- E. E. Maxwell D. A. Spragoe; from certain the stocks that they when will they be much come

ing grounds seems fictional. It is day D. Jacobs and Joe WoztkiewIiz.1were )! heavier:"-the first large armored
During the late nineteenth century medium of expression. It is a definitely on a date for the trip.
mostly land flooded by the Paraguay < Asset< Preut many philosophers speculated medium compounded to sound. and' I i Ellen S. McKenzie of the Wide- arraigned on charges of in-j[ fighing shrps 'which: the reich will
six months'in. the year. By. ALEXANDER R. GEORGE 'interpretation of meaning gained on 'the 'origin of the arts. Long, World Travel Service: is makingthe decent exposure. The men were!!i have!" possessed since the war.
Baths must be taken in the company I' from actual in life :! tfuite'furions' debates were movement, a vital and, ;;.dynamic arangements in Miami Beach.It yesterday brought from the -,i Desitns for the ships expertssay
of a multitude of. tropical WASHINGTON, July 9.-To as staged during which one 'school idiom that expresses itself in time was not known this morning ,' eran's camp at Matecumbe ,by probably were much larger

fish, some more than four, feet. the 'progress is made toward ma advocated the primacy of poetry' and in three dimensional! patterns.! -just: how man:? would be in the Deputy Sheriff Earl Hathaway than 10,000 tons in. anticipationof

long. | astonishment of many of turity. another of music, and yet another ''''This urge, to dance; this* expression party, but officials of the Key!j. They pleaded guilty to the Hitler's crushing the mili-

Gaping "jacares," the Brazilian their elders who remember school "In living through life-like experiences school 'maintained that dancing of movement vie"have'always i West Administration were charge and Judge Harris advised tary c-tauses. of the. Versailles
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crocodiles must' be guardedagainst :!1 children themselves was the earliest type of !self ex".had--it has always been within ring word on that point await-I.j 1 j he would suspend sentence pena treaty:
as pretty much of a bore, Johnny ,; ing their good behavior. j i
Not always pression. { us. I IA'nd I It was pointed out by Admin-i Interest Center Oa Sub
they all take big bite!!man-e-ating'l and Mary are going to summer' purpose to master such subjectsas : That debate has not been set- here in KeyV"est we have}[Oration officials this morning that'I'' Caws of Carlos Ferror and 1 The new-type :50-ton U boatsare

Tall wry trees passages. I formerly were crammed down tied principally, I suppose be-., it. A short time ago. the !i since members of the club lire I! Eloy Ferror, charged with gambling attracting: most attention.
Amid luxurious and persistent school these days of their own: their unwilling throats by con- cause there is so little e"Yidence'and : ERA announced that Mrs. Blanche 1 business and professional women!' are to be heard tomorrow. While apparently destined to traina

vegetation the jaguar must be volition. scientious" but over-worked teachers even if it were decided the' LaGarde Winslow was to conduct: j' they can tell many people about i j:I Other cases docketed for tomorrow -' whole new submarine arm, they

found cornered and fought. tHe she added.Youngsters. answer would not mean very much dancing classes. Frankly we expected -,I' Key West. if they are pleased with ,; are those of Pyattie Winters nevertheless will be fighting
Mapped .Tedd,.'.* Trip [ An increasingly: large number 'Keep Store'In to us today. j a small number of inter their trip. I.j i charged with indecent and profane -" boats and could be equipped with
CoL Roosevelt met here I contrast with former proce- Final for entertaining the j{i language and W. II. Perkins:
was of manias and papas are surprised! The history of dancing, howe.erlvague ested people. Imagine the surprise plans ,' whatever inventions may have
when he arrived on a plane by a at the insistence of sons and I! dure are the new group activityand : its beginnings indicates; and l the shock' when 156 people group are to be worked out after. embezzlement on two charges. ; been effected since the former U

bent old man who recalled the daughters that they be allowed to 1, social experience programs. that it has long been held in great registered and in addition! the! number coming has been j I Thursday the case of I. N. boat fleet which wrought havoc
elder Roosevelt vividly. *( continue in school i A group of 6 and 7 year esteem by all peonies. From the I' there learned.You'll. i Jacobs, who is awaiting trial on a
during a part, build : a great number on thej during the war was destroyed.
house and
dance ,
; : sing play ) !
With tears in his eyes, Jose at least, of the vacation period.I I store take Magdalenian epoch we have a: waiting list. I talked with Mrs.j i I charge of receiving stolen property Germany was permitted no sub
Custodio Rives de Almeida clasped ;i Being in school these villages. They keep painting showing dancers imploring will be called for trial. .
: youngsters and Winslow about this phenomenal marines whatsoever by the Versailles -
the Colonel in his arms and rare of pets, in clay 'the I Like I I''I County Solicitor Allan B.
frequently insist! is more interesting 'I draw and read and gods for greater success: in number. Satisfaction: swallowed i treaty.
sand paint
said: |I and hunting. The Egyptians, the : Cleare, Jr., this morning filed an Two aircraft carriers probablywill
"greater fun" than being write make stories and dramatize peo- surprise and she is now fe.eri"hlyl, '
"I knew his father well! I was out. I them. They up work in the garden pie of the ancient Near East, the' busy making adequate preparation 4 READY MADE WIFE\ ; information charging George G. appear on next year's build-
Secretary for the foreign ministry:j Educators attribute this strik- and cook. Greek, and Romans, all contributed -. for the many classes which she I! Brooks with embezzlement. Judge ing schedule. They are permitted
I churn weave Coralie Stanton (I Harris fixed bond at $500. cash ort
commission which organized the ing change to the modernization In darkened school room filmsare to the dance. During, will conduct in the rudiments of'' I by the London agreement and
I a No date has been set
President's ji-ngle expedition in' of teaching: practices, which shown. A high school class! the Middle Ages we again find;, ballet, tap and in .ball room danc-i! Romantic Serial property. Germany today has none. The
1913 and] 1914." stresses the importance of makingl i I i teaches the seventh graders 'how -Wanting, then as before in-lit., ing. I IMr I J for this triaL_ ,! carriers are wanted t* complete

He reminded the colonel that learning more life-like enjoyable I to use libraryjn looking_"p information rolubly" connected with the ritual j *. Window's long study tinder I- the big airplane fleet which Gen
General Candido Rondon. chief- and a medium for expression on a geography subject.A of the church. St. Francis: of As-j some of tile most famous'teachers : : ANNOUNCEDEATHOF eral Herman Goering. is construct-
tain of Brazil's border patrol and of child activity in the fields! primary class t gets ready forjaB. 'Fisi,begged that he be, considered in the worM today the many: ing.While
chief guide for the elder Roosevelt that fascinate him.Activities I I excursion: a'hakery or nenapae a )jongleur before Our Lady, a. tours not only in this <,country but LLOYD concentrating on building

now is presiding over the Constructive per plant Another makes, tripto humble and devout ,entertainer-' in South America and on the Continent -,' MRS. ) the German admirals also are
mixed peace: commission in Le- 'Children now are finding "fun e{,' a woolen "milL whose antics: would amuse and beguile have given! her a full and, i thinking about the personnel
ticia, a year ago the center of a outlets for their potential abilitiesin 1|'I In "another building is a shop : { Her. Dancing before the' exceedingly rich background from I i which today numbers around 15-

dispute between Peru and Colom- constructive activities ranging where one is wiring doll house I ark of the Lord or before the'! which to draw. Many different) News has been received in Key! 000. The 1918 revolution left a

bia. 1, from the making of dog houses;{for electric: lights. On the walls are : facades: of the great French; types of dancing and such varied West announcing: death of; strong imprint on the navy an
1j j I, and bird baths to the establteh-'blue-prints I maps and posters show- I Gothic cathedrals all was in' circumstances of work as the ballet Mrs. Egbert Lloyd at Philadelphia.Mrs. since ment of school banks the writing'!i inf models of things made and in praise and in ecstasy. j the theater, concert recital Lloyd was the wife of Ma-, have been thoroughly ex
Truck Arrives Tonight of their own plays and the mak-!i the making--ahips, steam' engines. In modern times dancing has and experience in the movies have I STARTING TOMORROW jor Egbert Lloyd attached to the amined.

| With large variety of FRESH ing of their own costumes: for: autos, airplanes, submarines and departed from the church as given her an insight into the I United States Marine Corps who I The navy, like the army has
FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe's dramatic performances. I the swords and bucklers of medieval have the theater and much oft varied demands made on dancers was at one time stationed in this been fashioned BO that the bulk

i I "What we desire for children," armor. music so that today we encounter:j) and I an\ sure that her eagerness I City of the sailors are trained to become
Cash Grocery I II: says Dr. Mary D. Davis, federal I In some classes pupils read the those particular art forms in their> to teach is matched only by the THE CITIZEN Mrs. Lloyd's*many friends here, <<: officers.. Thus staff of of-

| 1117 Division St. Phone 675 i specialist in primary education, newspapers and report daily on l secular: manifestations. And today -[ enthusiastic reception given her]. will learn of her demise with ficers for the new navy will be
"is a breadth of outlook and wide important news events. we find in dancing. another by the people of Key West. ,.1.1'.1"111' .. keen regret. easy to assemble '





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. 'Cltbt Mbliaad 1.ttp Dally Except f5 Sunday_By THEY We have TALK been FOR considerably BOTH ,SIDES intriguedby KEY WEST INDAYSGONE !it I l TODAY'S WEATHER l 11I | SWALLOWS, Africa.-A WIREGOCLBURS" pa

TUB C1TUKN rCBL HlK6 CO, 15C.! the sudden rush, on the part of big BY !tient in a> hospital in this city was
L. P. ABTMAN, President I found to have swallowed ISO(
JOB: ALLEN A_...... Bulneaa ....*.. ; business organizations to proclaim the vir- \ Happ.ans H.r. Jut 10 Years I Iy. Temperstara' I Mexico. Rains and thunderstorms!'

Prom 'Tae Citizen Building tues of the American Constitution and i Ago Today As Take. From i Highest ...,......-........._._.._._.._.J R9J t tI hive resulted during the !last 21 pieces of wire each bent like a
Corner Greene and Ann Stre.t. Tbe File. Of The Cititea I Ii IitYtNYA Lowest .... .. _. 77 hour! throughout the Atlantic fish-hook. lie refused to say why.

champion the cause of state's rights. These i Ii i I Mean :ii .. ;:: .::::::::: :::: :::: ::83 I!{States, the rainfall being heavy at ;
Only. Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe same; or similar interests, also loudly proclaim "It's a 'irttty sweeping statement Normal i' :: : 831 Tampa Fla., 1.14 inche Charlesj j Subscribe to The Citizen.reorganized .
County. ton, S. C., 2.60 inches, !'
the doctrine of state sovereignty : and covers a lot of tern- RaiefallYesterday's |

Entered at Key 'West. Florida as second--class-matter. whenever it so happens that it is to their j tor)., but it seems to me tbat everyone Precipitation .22 Ins.j) (have ems,also N. C.occurred, 3.60 inches.in portions Showers of j i in Delaware for $100000,000. ,-
FIFTT-SIXTH TEAR !is tbe north And east is com 'r Normal .Precipitation u._ .10 Ins.I ITbl : .
monetary benefit to do so. ing to Honda this winter aminxx't.of. .. rrrrd rmirrm %41" the Planis) States. Temperatures,i
)fea k. .! tk. Aaaelate4 Press seasonable from the
r We have also fouild it ampsingio, obj .them are= planning} to make Mdiaif *< K.'M.e4 fate m.rai.g. i are generally ;
The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use : the> Ainsula:state their home as1tcon Tomorrow*. Almnc Mi,!"i:!si|'pi Valley eastward and! 193J.-Prt"S.: 1:09cenlt! signed
for republtvatton of all news dlapatAes credited to serve the eminent statesmen, of b oth''par- p abnormally high in the Plaint jStates. j
: as they ran ever connections I Bun, rises!' .. .. :x:44; a. m.t I Cotton Textie;! Cik.A .
It or not otherwise credited la. this paper and also ties, who widely proclaim their loyalty to i ." laid L R. Warner, who returned f S un.seta .._. .u._ '_'.' 7:20 p. Maximum temperatures|I
the local new published here.'NATIONAL j Moon rises" ...... 2-07 m.l of 100 degrees and .
the sovereignty of the states and urge'Hhenecessity yesterday" from a month'stnp1rS i -- p. .
I sets 12:39 a. mTomorrow' 1 EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) of keeping them powerfu Th ] \w'b1..1 he vfefted inamy'centrrs -I Mono -- northern Texas and Kansas.
Tides I -l
Y'l different parts of the *
in .. .
I S I nevertheless, seldom fail to come to.. ]country.; In many cities he stop I'' f13C6.HER f A.M. P.M.ilign (;. :,. KKXNKIK.: : ROAQ HOG

M-d 193 front when the Federal Government is ped for talks with mayors and 6fUT)' I NA f'I.A.Ctt CF) U UTNINO.. ... .._ 4 06 5:36 Official lit (;t.arf,iToday -.

c __ Low _. ...............11-23 10:12Barometer
I otter includinga
prominent people RUNS BY
1It'B5CJUPTl05 RATES. passing out funds, and so far as we know \ )
One Tear flO." few governors and everywherethe ........ 8 a. m. today: i i. t j
Six MonthsThree L S too rarely miss an opportunity to bellow for I talk was of Florida, he said. e ......a.e..ss.Today's Sea level, 29.99.WEATHER In History i I STOP LIGHTS.

Months, 2.10 Federal aid to citizens of their state who Birthdays( 5.5........5............ /

One Month. .It.15 happens'to meet with misfortune of any Three new meMbers were addedto ................... .... FORECASTTill 1810 Holland annexed by I
Weekly the rolls of the local: Rotary
kind. France. I
Dorothy Thompson of New Wedne!'
I ( R p. m.. day) I
ADVERTISING RATES Club today when Thomas L.
2fd knew .* application. The above observations are made Ketchmg-s, inter r Louis Fabian, York! (Mrs. Sinclair Lewis), writ Key West and Vicinity Probably .i II
: er-Journalist born ct Lancaster, local thundershowers 18<6-San Francisco!: occupiedLy i 1 i
SPECIAL NOTICE without intending to throw any aspersionsupon rerunty brokeand Mom!'on W. N. Y., 41 years ago. American Navy during war, ;
.. I
All l..dl_ notices; cards of thanks resolutions of the undoubted soundness of the Taylor, accountant, were initiated 1 ,
with Mexico and definitely annexed -
respect obituary notices eta. will be charred for at with the sual ceremonies. Two i
: that nation the 1t 1ti 1tI at end of war.
opinion vast United )
a as as
the rate of 10 cents a line. HlUlcne r
weeks" from today Senator Wu. James 5t. Beck of Phila4elhia| I
Notice for entertainments by hurches from which States must, if it expects to continue, per- will give a talk OB the noted Congressman!! born there" 74 I i -. : ( -I 0 0et
a revenue Is to be derived are 5 centa'all.... mit as much local self-government under profession of which he' is a mem- years airo.Hans : 1846--Congress! ceded" back tot I
The Citizen Is ao open. forum and Invltta discussion ber. I i Y Virginia the" 36 square miles that! Nis s&. O5 E. ey,0 0555555
of public Issues and subjects of toce.1 er generallatervet the auspices of the states as possible. Nor be ". 1;1 State had originally given to make! !
but It will not publish anonymous toouanni- would we deride the undoubted virtues of V, Kaltenborn of New ( ao I Wa.;hmirton. D. C.-occupants dis-'. A food {...ai..** tmmm sees that
Willard M.\ Albury elected'
catlona.I was ,York, news. "ommentator born. at l.& s:-tiff ierl because of neglect of} ni. Printed Forms arc of a
our Constitution which is in a distinct degree president of the Exchange Club at IiI.
,Milwaukee, 57 years agog' I tl at portion by Con? etS. quality he's not ashamed of.
I ... the safeguard of liberty and] freedom'. ,the regular weekly. luncheon''bldtoday'at''tSe 1,1 . I. r!i t
: We
ss11sc ; solicit on a QUALITY,
:off'" t" .' for our people. = Mi1. A'lburj"swced3' '; Leo R. Sack of Mist..).I,jt. Minister Thunder(ho wert Southerly' Winds !I j i 1885-Baron Nathaniel Meyer ... .
...",jJ ..,..... '., The point is, however, that many Other{ new' btncf'rs-rftaurani.1' \ :: : [ Rothschild firs: of hw race, sat in PRICE and SERVICE .i.
WILL always eeek th ,truth and print it )Brownice lo., and Wednesday; moderate south.]I Britain's: House of Lords. I
; !\
politicians and business men proclaim this, r erly winds. THE ARTMAN PRESS
_._ -
without _fear' and without favor never be waln'set?retary'lreasoret; E. AFtrtink. ; ,:J.3. 'ref'
ay United States Constitution when it is to I Florida: Local thundershowers I 1019! -ForJ Motor Company TIlE CITIZEN BLDC.
Ross Robert'',
Jrand: Drl: Marion K."KirkwoHA: dean
'raid to stack_ wrong! or {o.applaud right; probable tonight and \\ednesday. .
their selfish interest to hide behind that members; of the board of control. of the Stanford Univ. Law'School 1---... ..-. ----J1
always figh\' ':pr6jfrees-; never be the organ Jacksonville to Florida Strait _
document, and in the next breath prate district born at ColonHo Springs: Colo., and Ea t Gulf of MexicoMod r--- -
or the mouthpiece of any person., clique Mrs. Isabel Falstreau, 48 years ago.
about states rights. People ought to pay erate south or southwest winds
faction or class; always do Its utmost for the deputy, paid an official; visit to and partly overcast weather tonight l
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or very little attention to arguments advanced the lodge of Pythian Sisters Mon. Dr Frank Boas of ..Cojt'mbia) i and l Wednesday with occasional We will be pleased to have you consult u. abouthow
; by these shifting advocates of their own day evening in their hall en Fleming Unir.. famed anthropologist, born showers.
injustice denounce vice and praise virtue street. She complimented the
; ; self-interest. in Germany, 77 Tears ago. I you can '
commend good done by individual or organization lodge on their past record and I WEATHER CONDITIONSThe !
spoke in the highest terms of the
Maj. Gen. Sir Georg -'Young.
; tolerant of others' rights, views and HERDING PEOPLE I while forecasting .
accomplishments of'the Jewel
II husband! Keeper
opinions; print only news that will elevate I i an increased membership for House of the Tower of. London I eastern! disturbance; has I Build Buy ors
moved northeastward, being central
and not contaminate the reader; never com- Recent experiments in herding people the ensuing year. hem 76 years ago. .d;. this morning on tbe middle ,

promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS like cattle or sheep seem not to be workingout Three" of the small buildings at I Capt.. Bruce-tirnsfaUier lit' famed I Atlantic coast, Atlantic City, N. Refinance Your Home
J.. 29.70 inches and 'sure is
have been
very as might ex Fort Taylor were burned this English artist-journalist born.
low southwestward to the Gulf of
pected. It appears to be just another morning. They were recently 48 years ago. I
condemned and ordered des
FOR KEY WEST theory that won't work human nature being "troyed by burning. Respondingto Baker, connected with the local Ii I KEY WESTCOLONIAL 1, or repair or modernize any type'of

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN what it is. a telephone call the apparatus plant, .is mentioned as having received
e Some two months ago the governmentsent arrived but was not needed. a badge of honor,' issued! HOTELIn : building on insured credit

4 a colony ef farmers and their families, by the corporation for faithful the Center of the Businessand I I
momentum as does a
1. Water and Sewerage. Gathering II I service. .
including about 2,000 persons, from the snowball on a hill when rolling Theater District
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main drouth-stricken Northwest to Matanuska down its side the sale of Iota in i The.fourth floor of Key West's The First National Bank of Key West t
land. Martello Towers !subdivision is magnificent Hotel La Concha is First Class-Fir prf-
Valley in Alaska, in an effort to give thema
greater than when it started and practically completed and work on Sensible Rates
3. Free Port. better chance to make living. Either of Approved Mortgage Under the
a : sain'today ar. far in excess' other parts_ w{ the structure is 1 -
4. Hotels and Apartments. insufficient preparations were made for the quarter million dollars announced progressing at a rapid rate It is COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEICarag. 1
From ail indications understood the will be !
yesterday. building
5. Bathing Pavilion. the experiment, or the "pioneers" are Martello Towers seems ready for use nithm the scheduled Elevates. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

6. Airport*.-Land and Sea. hard to please, for complaints have been destined to be one of the really time. Popular PricM .I ,

coming back almost from the day they beautiful home sections in the new
7. Consolidation of County and City J.eke..rllie'. _.
E H.trl"
of 4isa -
Key West, truly the Riviera --- -- ---- -- ---- -
Governments. landed. America. THE SEMINOLE - - -
;I..tJr.4r.I1"-IT.I.AT.AfT."IfT .II
They complain that there were no
a-; :; received s'v ......................................................................
being -
cabins to house them, no wells dug, no Inquiries! daily
Do not be a listener only do for apartments in Key
something roads built, as was promised; also that t,4 ;
Wet and the chamber of commerce
or say something and let others prices at the commissary are high, that i is flooded with questions aI It Slit

listen a bit. there is inadequate medical aid available, relative to homes and other type I' t t x i"r I

and no school facilities. Aside from these of accommodations for visitors. 3 I I 1 Roofs ?PP
There are also maRY inquiries re Leaky
Our own idea' is that if several of the few inconveniences, everything appears to lative to property) on the keys.! I 1, :

larger nations tell Japan how far she can be all right.It Jn one letter from a dweller in

go in China she will go just so far. I is also reported that Professor Tug- Seattle. Washington, it is shown touch I I "'..k_....... riridnTHAI. .
that Key West i* getting
well, now head of the Resettlement Ad- publicity in that section. B. r.BMKB Meuer 5
A home-like Institution 5
:Modern mothers, with all due respect 'ministration, is finding the subsistence where you will find rest ladlMter ..
Comment Philoso-: ,,' .... ....1'.1...... a mat-
Editorial : "" .r. We have stock of Sherwin William's Elastic kI
were not much different, in their day' and homestead projects, from which so m.uch phers tell us to avoid anxious of great. Importance. j a large

generation, from !modern< daughters. was expected, are making slow progress, thought and the slow pay debtors astldl.g'I.e.ted

and it is said that some of the 61 settle have decided to abide by their A. steel is Ute flrear..f hear{ M the Mir
I Roof Cement and Liquid Roof Cement J
t teachings.The ,
Don't ,wait for the .neighbors to take ments already approved may be abandoned 4.: 1.1.- Every Room wlth.C.mblaallnn Tub

) West ... the Florida East and,.Shower Bat Rad .Elect HeOUI
the lead in making Key more beautiful. forces *t Fax,' Rat' IStWvr rod SlifomerVebtllattoa. S ; ,
You can improve'your own place.VorkTiard4 Promises to "homesteaders" that they Coast ,Railway., terminals: are setting : Comro Utl l"f Bds withMattresses '

', ,."" "' r would have part time work in nearby fac- :. a .put number, manjr of, plant men ,JOailj employed.thereis at t.aa.? 'ap4 of,':lajter.:.a-Ift4''I.a.R..4.Me ... Spring.". ...,. CosislrSMttpa .- We are'- also .running a special onCarey's :

/ .1' tories are said to have failed fo materialize, thisi beautification" work and .: RA+ Y ens.4; .. ,
\ be and
ingy hang on to -
) ; within the .*' ""'"* ,
as private industries do not care to operate a short time station; 8.e.-.e Standard Slate Surfaced
your money-;your children will spray it grounds will' present: a beautiful Tfl RM.. PM.te Hath...J.I.VC.M: 21S : 1
under the conditions proposed. ._
!A* Rua. Private BathJ1. 2M1
over: the territory faster than you made it. appearance." 4 Re Mm. Private 0aek 3.55 75 75
But the theorists must; have their experiments 24 Rwa. Private Ban --sy.r .jeI : Roofings, pounds, was
a. Primafe flan ..NSL1lMT ;
and the taxpayers will pay for' In the current issue of the .ms. .
Farmers used to promise to pay when them. Southern Telephone News!, fuel I CRKA OCCVPAMCT K. troa DO1BI.R: I If Special. $2.25 Rollii

they sold their crops. Now it is when the I

government pays them for not raising any NON-VOTING CITIZENS II I 1 .

crops. How eligible voters who fail to go to I FALLINGr ii Just Received

The defeat of Camera by Joe Louis, a the polls could control elections if they all ;1.S .

liegro, may be considered an ill omen by should ever decide to cast their ballots is fALL/AfGj

5Iu\ solini suggesting caution in Ethiopiaor illustrated by some figures recently com-

it may have made him more rexenge- piled, from which the following facts are S Carload Dixie Galvanized Shingles, i ii.

ful. taken.In the presidential election of 1932 .z4i4L ;' i. Per square, with nails $6.50 i 5'

Mr. Merchant, when you advertise!'\ in only 58 per cent of the population of.the ,. :

The Citizen you accomplish a two-fold United States over 21 years of age voted.In A sickening feeling for a moment- nd-then a: :

purpose; ;you are doing your part in main.. the "off year" 'election. last.!a>io5 mJ.er t strong hand clutching her ... jerking her back in Wires

taining a daily newspaper in Key West, only about :41, per cent_ of. the potentialvoters t 1i the nick of time. .*..'. \t\ New Low Prices On Screen
which could not exist without your sup went to the<<: ports:. t 'f(; .1[0 1 I.It I. "What ever made yoq do a fool thing. like. that!" : ,

port, and you increase your sales. may; be fairly assumed, however' .her rescuer was saying. < .. ..

that the percentage of eligible voters who Laurie Moore's temper rose. .You saved my .

That newspaper! correspondents "are failed to exercise their right of franchisewas hfe," she retorted 'but I hope we never meet V
human just like the rest of folks, was about the same in both parties, so thatif again.

acknowledged in a prayer by Rev. FrankW. every potential voter had voted the re- But she was to see him again. Something i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. .

Ruth, Democratic floor leader in the sult might have been practically what it startling unbelievable had entered her life.GoraUe :
I Stanton tells the in White and Eliza Streets
state house of representatives of Penn- was in each instance.It story j Phtnc 598

sylvania. He prayed; ". .that Thou will is one of the paradoxes of a democracy -i

bless all the members of this House the that citizens who would fight for the 1 1 READY MADE. WIFE I 2 "Your_home is worthy of the best" 5

officers and all the employes and especially right to vote if the privilege were denied j -.d nor mud m S

the newspaper correspondents, for they, them, will refuse or neglect to exercise f[ which the tpouihlc Starti.c WeJaeUar, Jal ly 10. U I .................... ... .. ;;;........................

...:too- are human. ..". that right when they have the opportunity. reau'adppa! TiE. CITIZEN ??..


___ __ ___ : i- .P4GE THREEENEMY'S
---"T--- -'-


r. SPORTS ) ) ( w JOVE)

There will b e a doubleheader

by M. Winch of diamond aU at Bayview Park

_. tonight These games will be the
---- -- -- -----
opening ef tie Social League'snew
Chapter 44 tightened at our moving about Chapter 45EXPLANATION bad to A, ...', oa It-...a' It was to I o.eeeeeseeeeeessslsseseeeeeeeeeeeee.ee..e.e..ee I schedule.In .

DEAD DOG Why What's the matter?" t war yo M{ agateat Doctor Lem!*,. I the Initial contest the

'* Grice did not answer the question. ... here. a4o: U so Mia aim "tgnlKjtl DOINGS-AROUND THE GOLF LINKS THIRD ALL-STAR Cuban Club ten will meet thlayview .
of satis-
"pHE sergeant gave a sigh Instead h* asked. "Did tb.lI.oleam I T HANK God'JOG'' safe!" .When. I sat thai leU r.. I Parkers and in the

faction.That's fall DlhULlJatly )'?" I -I Alison looked around to see tboag&t'J aa4 tb* a.(neo who'd seat .. CONTEST WON BY nightcap the Service outfit v..il

the car wanted In* connection ? No!" Gay looked: up t t Guy la the doorway, Sbe lave' a them a&'ot coarse-,cBtU 1 saw the : (By GRAVY) play the Lighthouse crew

with the Wane case he said startled. "It fell over with a terrific sob aDd ran Into his arms. body" Grlce! panned. artistically. } The opening fracas will begin
Importantly. crash. Why?* gathering their toeeee e.e.a..n..a.e..e.e...-...eee.e........ AMERICAN LOOP
I A little man with a stiff! crop At ; ties I : promptly at 8 o'clock. t
"1 want to ring up my solicitor Linoleum's heavy stuff of bright red hair was behind Coy and AUaoa. aealng U.a.I'. sea ''expected The regular semi-annual meeting So our hero said, "Well, we11 "

please." said Coy dimly "And I'd course: said Grlce. "But there r now he moved forward looking: .t of bar asked" ArfHfaliy.;"Why I of the club was held last Wednesday and the first thing anybody knew, S....e..a 5......see..se

like lots to gel In touch with Chief wasn't mack of It." the. d9C. until yes aw-"r night Plenty of businesswas he had changed
t one of those Wells HITTING OF FOXX HURLINC
lap ctor Dries at Scotland Yard be Not much There was a lag roll "When | feadseu tae body I knew: transacted and the election of AND CLASsFEDCOLUMN
'IV bat's happened here? be into a Mesa. l'\ow. boys when
knows ... Can I speak to him: from about eight feet high 1 should asked and his eyes rested en he didaX do much writing." Cries officers resulted in Sam Goldsmith -I you can make a table out of OF LEFTY GOMEZ WAS

Wr rTouTl thin!* I Daphne. Smiled relishing his. grim ,K>*.- "1 Clem Price and Melvin Russell well a
have plenty of tune to "How big aroand?" Crtc snapped daresay h* could: sae those hands ct I you are going some our TOO MUCH FOR NATIONAL
She stood as i It frozen In the spot his being re-elected. The two replace I hero was going some too. Anyhow
11111I.uJ4.tIIe all
apeak to sergsaatgrimly. oat that 4aestloL.Searl right for
} had mad her l ( some things but Curry Harris and Edward : .......asee.e..e.......
where she last effort he stuck to the and LEAGUE PLAYERS
.Take him along to the cells.Futcker. : three. feet U diameter I not for holding a pea! You see sir. company
I'll ring .p head atrwrs," should any? Tata grasping the import i bat now she forced her month Into a h. was a leper sort et living Strunk. It was decided by all they stuck td him until today he Advertisements under tnii Head

of he "Good I 'smite.t present to not have any visiting has a high sounding title of Superintendent will be inserted in The Citizen at
Q was exactly one-thirty-tbst a' the question, cried. corpse a* yon might' say! I :: :::::
car sloped at tae notice statfoa and Lord! Yes dent mean!" "Nothing. The dog's had a fit or "A leper!" Allsoa shuddered team for the next couple of,. of Distribution but incase (a..et.l .caUse) the rate sf le a word for each Insertion

Chief Inspector Grlce himself lean .1 cant be rare, of course." admitted I something." Good Lord!" Gay was less months but to continue with the:j anything happens to your [ CLEVELAND; STADIUM, July but the: minimum for the

ferret-faced and red-haired, got oat. Grlce. "Bat It's possible. Yon I Dog's been poisoned!" It was the shocked tbaa Interested la the medical J.I J. regular dinner matches held oncea '' electric business be can fix same. 9.-Once more the younger circuit first insertion in ever instance i i8

with relief sea. the roll we found was' quite maid Preedy who gave that Information. I fact "Rare to get a case so tar month. In this connection Bob|The title doesn't stop him from ne.
started as
orIce0113' held small"CSVOU "1 dont know what's going on. goes as that In England? Spottswood and Joe Lopez were I t doing that. Well our hero heard I of baseball's big leagues won Payment for classified adverisements -
the door opened. The Inspector I
eat tl. band : 1 was engaged to take charge of a Uh. but he wasat English," explained appointed captains and replace about the game of golf and though I the annual All-Star game. The is invariably in advance

think be was biding la there mental case bat It seems' to m*!" Grlce. Tim Pittman and Russell Kerr. it must be something! like baseball I American loop's outstanding play >nt regular advertisers with ledger
all this? ,
Well. now air what's all the timer Cay 'was eager She eDded with a most expressivesniff "Yoll'... Identified him tben?" The next _,dinner engagement]i because .w heard his boss talking piloted by Mickey i Cocbrane defeated : accounts may hare their advertisements *
be asked.
low. J. which Included most of tbe Cried Guy. be affair. charged.Advertiser .
promises quite |
of the fact took to an about same and so he took up the 1 the best of the National
Gay's statement "More likely to be hiding ta the people present a "Yes, air. This evening. He's A f pastime and now day *h.uld give their
any youdon't
last three minutes. cellar. H. mlgbt've heard you com- Grlce touched the dog with his Oofembiaa. subject, sad over bare will find him League here yesterday afternoonty street address as well as their telephone
"Qalte quite 80.said Cries Our personal glimpse today playing golf you
so. tug and have gone and got Inside without a. passport so ben number if desire:
foot :probably the score of 4 to 1. they re
oothlagly.! : "1 understand! 'Bat ol the linoleum. It's only guesswork 'a erook-aa. ot Manuel f be one boy who, if he gave up his find him working on that swell I wits

course, whatever he ,4 Id you of, coarse." "Dead all righhe' confirmed Gompes./ '? job sometime at .a strategic, moment lawn of his. Well orr hero shoots This was the third time picked iVftkeach' classified advertisement

shouldn't bare passed him, sir," Then to Daphne "Mrs. Poynter? I and I would be raising about 95-100 Once he ban
; "Bat If he did that why should befall XJoayxzI ) you a game players both leagues The Citizen will give free an
1 know bat we'n-1 'was' la a "Yes! She was cool again now. the dickens and I'refer to that boy played all the time with Swinky
over? Gay was frowning "1 word with They both cried out together staring I matched their wits to determinethe Antostrop Razor: Outfit Ask for
want a you"
harry. Ill apologls, anything bat "That's Just It." said Grlca "Did -at ont another. ,'. of electric personality, Paul Mesa. Swanky: until he got too good for I individual ci suit of it.
for : :
Tm Pm lust leaving supremacy
can you get me ba\\' f tWsr urged you see a little deal stool about two sorry -Do you think"Brother -" (If be ever had middle\ nameno: Sam so now Cookie (if American ,

Ouy.' "1 tell you Grlee Tm scared foot high, sir?" .abroad.to Couldn't miss boat.you write! 1 don'twant j. .4Ir something.. agreed one ever heard same). Well our .Cuca if Spanish) playa with: the big leagues. And yesterday PERSONAL

Must This lady-the young lady I'm "No-n0. No! I'm sure I didn't." my Gay. Tbat'd be how Mrs. Snmers hero was born up here on Duval whoever comes along. After he victory was the third straight fog

telUog yoa about who was with me. "There .was one when the body "I'm afraid yooll have to miss It. got bold of him. street and the first thing be cant had been playing about two: the American circuit. STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS

has gone to Mrs. Poynter flat now. was found. declared Grice.. "11 he'd I said Inspector ask Grlee.1'" ". some- Yoa know him?" demanded Cries remember is an electric light bulb months he played better than be I I Jimmie Foxx of the Athletics,I INDIGESTION victims why

and Lord only knows what's happening put that Inside the roll and stood ont questions to yoa. -I-we-both know one Com pec. and that was such an attraction does now but pretty soon when i and Lefty Gomez ace of the VanI suffer? For quick relief get a

!" to get the edges wrapped 'round "Alison. Robert touched ilia4aultlter' The Spanish gigolo who was Mrs. that "he raised cain with his! par- his boy starts in and gives the old i j jmm I kees' pitching staff were toot free sample of Udga: a doctor's

"I'll do .what I can." Once prom. ilm-" I ; shoulder gently. Her face Former's friend? explained Guy ents until they gave him the globeto a lesson or two why then much for the National. League: prescription at Gardner's
laud "hot m have to ask you a few "He'd be topbeavy!" ended Gay was burled In Guy's cheat: "Comeon. "Bet go on. This is '
getting Interest-
." play with. And to this day he things will look cp. His short top players, under! the leader Pharmacy.Jun .

questions first. "Exactly. Ing. still fools around with electric game and putt are the most de sKn; of Frankie raise player- 18-1'-0.5-2 -27;j ul1'2.3-5-94
-Make 'em snappy then!" "Yoa mean be got killed like He did not look back as he went
that!" lights. Well. our hero did most pendable. He learned the trick of, manager of the World Champion 10-llx
"Ill try to." Grice conceded. "Pat outAlison "THERE'S Dot much more to when short shots and St. Louis Cardiaels.
things that other boys do never being on so
But Once cautions holding Gay's hand foVlowed.
was "
In a nutshell the position's this: t Jlye... said Cries -He died time is be- For the third successive tire FOR RENT
-U.. possible You found they are boys such as climbing now half the he over
Mrs. Sumers or Poynter. or whateverher see.we 1 that night you were there all '
him with his skull fractured and Robert made room for them both for right telegraph poles or maybe electric hind! the green. He hits a good: Gomez was on the mound r.cr tU! ,
this name Is. came Mrs. Semen round to had see said us his bead cut open at the back where la the car without a word. fla told the runs cleaning ruder woman cleared out light poles and so when he was big woodshot bat has to depend on; American boy v.hn the eJK'ni| ', BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
morning. tae stairs
the chauffeur that af he that little to give him the call by tin'! arapirc was soundsJ.i .t Hour, Day or Week. Repairan
that she knew nothing-that her It bad hit the edge of tbe iron brace to get Mrs timer's ternoon. and whoever moved that enough to say scat got a job chip I, e
tbe luggage off tbe and tben bacon. On this dinner businesshe The Yankee" .itching ''tar letdown makes and paint them with
furniture had been moved that She'd across stairs and that must'vekilled car ordered I linoteam.did U between the time tbat with the local electric light gang I -
hIm. But be him to take them horns invincible but its I the opposition with only} No-Enamel. We carry a full
only been down there to see It out [ was lying with yoa and Mine Reds left tht house and started in climbing poles for is maybe on ,

and that she'd not been near the both arms straight down beside him. The man. wooden-faced saluted, and the time the remover men bread and butter. (This is meant account of having Sam Harris fora three bits in six innings. Foxxs supply of parts. Agent for the

cellar. That was confirmed by the I That's what made It look like mar.. 1 1d I bat' Alison thought aba caught agleam finished for after that_ tb.* louse for a "goals.") Well once he had partner or opponent. When to-'along homer in the first inning:. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

movers men. who said the door was I ler or manslaughter arms be- of curiosity and satisfactionas keys were at the agents. And It to go up here U Fletcher's lane to gether they win on account of 1 wiih Lou Gehrig on base l>r,,cgv.: t And sell them as low as $5.00

locked and the key gone. Anyway, lug at his sides like that and tbi be obeyed. Ii sung any light lob either palling fix some sort of a wire and there Sam_ rays! h* won't I let Cook lose in two runs, which as the final down and $1.00 per week. We

there wasn't any doubt she had an key being gone." They sat sliest Guy holding All- It off the dead man. We're having I happened to be a gal living up and Cookie always says *Oa' score shows", wag enough in it.eJf Buy and Sell all makes of used
Bat I don't understand." Guy son's hand, until the car stopped la 276. J. R.
It Bicycles. Phone
allbU-: tried for finger prints, so perbapa yonder and her name was Wells. Yeah! to win the game.
spoke slowly. "The linoleum fell Chester Square. Only by the fierce Stowers 615 Daval
"Welir Gay's eyes .were on his we may learn something. If The huge crowd of fans, num.bering company
back Into'the If he In !It of his hand hers
recess. was pressure against --- -- street. apr9-U
watch he was sweating lightly we can prove that Mrs. Snaer'a approximately: 70,000T gave
"Well: this morning she came and got killed like "that what was : did Gay show hi" feelings, for they touched that roll Itmeans she ..ee.senses ease.......eee..e.eeee.e.............1 Gomez and Foxx a tremendous

round with a.tale that she bad the there to" puzzle you? were both conscious of Robert Rede'sgrey ,mUllt',. been Into the cellar tbat I ovation as they strode off the PIANO TUNING
"Ah! said Inspector Cries "Butthere haggard face and haunted THAT-
Dumber of the blue car that was day the removers were there and. DO YOU KNOW field of this stadium. It.was one

seen up on the downs. Said her gardener .. wssnt any linoleum when him we eea.A.. then. Grlc ended grimly -shell of th largest crowds !in 'the. history PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-
The stool was by In they got oat. he said crull7.You'd .
had spotted It coming by his tbe have to explain why she made false of baseball. reno. Excellent piano for sale
recess but nothing else. The better come in"They I I
cottage round about nine-thirty tbe only roll of linoleum we saw was on followed him Into the li. statements to fie: police and why she (By JOVE) The Americans used only 10 cheap 1018 Division street

next morning and had written to be top of the electric switch box!". brary. didn't notify us of the body In her .-e.as..es.- .- .- ......ene..eeeeeseeeeeeee..eeseseee players despite the fact they had jnn24-lmo
her-though why I don't know!" cellar! I think shell find that awk.
"The electric switch! But there He crossed slowly to the fire stood ward. Douglas McCarthy leads the Social wonder if those cards were marked a roster of 20 to-,-notdle1'a of the

"1 see." agreed Guy."What do yon was nothing there! I switched on the staring Into It. said without tarn->> "Whatll 'J t l league. The older league team ROOMS
happen to her?asked All- League with a batting averageof ?
want me tQ tell your lights myself and Miss Rode Ing. "Alison my dear. I'm sorry" used every man except Frisco and
son. .574 He also hit the most
"Can you explain sir. what your turned them off In the morning! "Darling don't! You couMnt help "Nothing. Carl Hubbell star of the New "THE MUNRO"-Rooma 200.
I'm afraid said Once .Cetie27. Fourteen of the week.
car was doing down at Warley tbat "Exactly, sir" said Crlce. That's It" She clung to him. "Don't Gus Ayala and Barroso claim York Giants pitching staff. $2.50 and 3.00 per
with a sigh.. -If. we could the. hits doubles. His total bases
prove N. E.
were 128
night!" why I believe your story." please Dizzy Dean went into action Double and Single.
truth It we could felt bad! if they had
Guy hesitated. -Oftlelal1,?- he "Bat If the linoleum was moved?" Holding her In his arms, he she sent you down prays there with that were 47. they during the final inning of the 4th Street, Miami, Fla.

asked. "Who moved It?"ended tbe Inspeeor. looked at Gay who stood awkwardly that false telegram and had this skipped come of those Gin rifkeys. frame but the National League june26lmoxFOR

"Yea." said Grlce. "Wbo Is there who'd an interest Just Inside tbe door. L. Bazo went to the bat more they might have felt better.
leper chap waiting tv do was already defeated.
There was a pause that lasted ID making an accident look like a "Don't go. I want to hear your end and you In. than any other player-54 times? dependable SALE
that she sat Dr. Lamley k redown t -- Instead of startingmore -
bare fraction of a minute and their murder? ot tbe story. I've been a damned He scored the most runs-24.
with the little notion pitchers Manager Frisc
t "1 can tell tbat!" said old fool!" The words pretty I TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
eyes meL yon Gay. cane out Plant could not be found Sunday .
that he'd be accused .f murder rent Bill Walker in his
your as
] sheets 75e. The Artman Press
'But for and He
Heaven's sake get me out slowly bitterly. looked down ,
-well, there'd be something 10 talk The honor for the most triples morning? After several hours moundsmen. But be was ?
of here first! at Alison's bead and added with awry ant
: out a handkerchief and about If we could even that! to Stanley and Fred Mathews, search found under the bombarded Schumaciw
GUT.tooll "All right sir. Ton stay here. HI smile "Besides. I understand prove goes of he was with hits. :
his face. It had a set she meant to Jo. yes la with those with three each?
allowed four bits in four
look. peak to tbe sergeant. yon want to talk to me about something Coral Isle Casino fast asleep. innings OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
grim chocolates Miss Bade so that the
I and struck out five. Paul D.rring.1er
quite dllrereDtrAlison Be The Citizen Of
bandies for
"By tbe way how's your wife?" TM1EY were coming.: Alison found raised her head: Guy money left to you'd go to roar McCarthy is credited with the I pitched! one inning and allowed I ct8

be asked" pointedly.I "All right herself trembling all over as sb* looked at her questioning. Sbe Ia"er"d through him to ber-well.tben most circuit clouts, with Q. Lopez Bernard Waite. Jr., said he was one hit-the same M Dizzy. I fice.

again? saw Daphne with the coarse-faced smiled through her tears and things wed ar.-have" her properly, bat as Delgado and U. Alvarze right be-f going over to Islamorada to look Two doubles by Vaughan sad( PRINTING-Quality Printing at

"Getting on floe now," said Grlce woman behind her. nodded. j hind? Jimmy Wilson and singles by Pepper -
Hejdghed.Bat for a dime he dropped while he the Lowest Prices. The Art-
reproach fully. "But that's not All right Bob. Yon'd better go "If I may sir said Gay eagerly. Martin and Bill Terry accounted
Alison was sot thinking 01 was in the National Guards! nan Pews .ng7SECOND'
cricket air. if I may! sayiscL" and leave us." Daphne was calm "Oh. yon maulel! Robert I Daphne'Tbeatt ne most stolen bases is accredited for the only run by the Nattonals. .

-1 know It's notn.aul.d1uyJ"llnt again now. "This Is your new maid. Looks as If I wasnt fit to take care' .
I 'aaafts yoa w..t get to Gabriel, who pilfered 11? SHEETS-BOO for soe.
-for Heaven's sake be human! Preedy. Alison. She .has broughtsome of Alison anyway. ctoredr t ebb\ aMl. *. aliI"7$,mean/' :,.; .. '-..:.....-;;... .- Joe Hale was worried all during The National, ahnt off at every' I The' Artman Press. ?
Cries looked at tbe door and at smelling salts and sal volatile Alison stopped his selfreproacheswith I nog
about these tenets?" turn by Gomez's fast ball collected
swatted the He wondering if
the captive. But he saw neither. He and-Bob. don't eat that!" a kls! Valves and Nodine the trip was r

.was thinking ot a woman who bad Robert started and look 'round: i "l>> afraid" not*does It make any most"sacrifice hits'Jive! 5 each? it would be a girl or boy--and it their only score in the fourth v \\\1 """111SPEND
dlfferem to ? be eked. 1.She inning. \
yM _, /
_. A
lain titU'man
-111. despaired"and lie bId taken a chocolate from the BUT to was Detective latpectot taagjb4 sxtftly,ateoct of fx") :- I ... .. .. r .... uses boy 1..Joe's.Jace is.U smiles .
beside him who had svrd: her life.' box.Sbe who had the last word en happiness. <' ,.Q. ,Lopez walked the most now. He says he can go anywhere /
"Go on. sir!" .be eapUlIla ed.- said quickly. "I'm sorry! the subject Gay brought him 'roundat You know: It doesn't! > times-12, to be exact! now and play because his LEAGUE STANDINGS

So Guy told for the' second time 'Those are the creams I made for nine o'clock that eight to hear New that you lathers giving mea .worrying days are over. I wish YOUR ,

that day the story of his movements Alison. I've some of the nutty sort AU IOn'. own story, and receive her fresh Father and Mother Hale all the
.n the night he went to Warle,. and IOU like out la the car." thanks.A al.rt-.el1-l'm going to H. Castro was struck oat 14 the AMERICAN LEAGUE VACATION
forget U. live It down" times? luck in the world and may
of his meeting with Alison.Grlce "Oh! All right. The little whit fatherly little man when off Club- W. L. Pet.
Cries stood litlte roan grow up to be a better
beard him through without dog scenting the sweetstaff. had duty he seemed quite moved and New York 45 21 .631 = THIS YEAR 1 IN :
00., you sir. he ball player than his old
expression. been begging and Robert let the ]f kept repeating "Yon'd a Barrow e> ised. "Mrs. Samers worry wont troabta prom The best pitching record goes man. Detroit ___.____ 46 29 .613 i

You yourself saw no ont in the chocolate drop lato Its month. ]I cape! 1 dont mind saying It. Inside yon egaln. Sta.'. had a fright! She U C. Garcia of the Cuban Club, Chicago ____ 38 29 .5U FLORIDA

house that night except the young "Com on. .'e're late." said j| this I'OOm-a very narrow escape! 'left- for Spain by air this afternoon with 10 won and four lost? When Sevilla heard be was go- Cleveland ...___.-- 38 33 .535 % :

lady!" Daphne. She meant those chocolates for"yon.there's Bnk' ,be added regretfully. "A pttyl Die way up north to Homestead Boston __.._ 38 35 .521 fprJOUlHUlTH! !
I "No one. agreed Guy firmly! But no one either listened or no doubt about that!
A RtIe! hanging would have doa Foster Gomes on the last trip to he borrowed an overcoat! He was Philadelphia __ 29 39 .426 ,
"Could you teU me a little bit obeyed. They were all three staringat "Can yea get her on It?" asked ,
her the that be afraid it would snow while he was //ll fll"1\\\\
more clearly what'you did down In the dog who was ronalag *ronndIn Gay anxiously. a whole world el good! keys was so hungry Washington 30 42 .417,

the cellar?" he asked little circles. Bat Grlce shook his head. Bat shin be bad gone when sb* wanted to leave his camera as security up there! St. Louis ...- 19 59 .275

"As far as 1 remember. Miss Rode Daphne repeated angrily "Bob! "I'm afraid not sir. There's .. and'
and I .went through It. very carefully Come onr"t evidence to prove It. Yes and 1 his fcraa, whlaa r 4,"Do yea know The hostess in the NATIONAL LEAGUE
r. greatest Club W. L i ct.
.W -
flashing tbe light about and But Robert Reds paid no aRea may know It. bat that woa'441 lora DaphaVa got away. I could Licata played pour and won
abnttsl bless best Bat for hI-- whole according to the Key West New York 48 21 .696
looking Into all the corners. We U nL. II* dropped on his knees." His Jory. W* may still get her es twice? The first time he treated ZrllssELrCIGAR
'lei fee bet w.*4 never have boys is Mrs Ed. Butters! Three St. Louis __ .. 42 29 .592
found the mala switch ana tamed hands went oat to catch the dog aa those letters of coane.eaa ." the Key West players to a half a -
cheers for Mrs. Butters! Bomba!
Pittsburgh .._ 41 34 .547
eo the electric light. It rolled ever on It* back with a you prove she wrote them!" metcar. ef coffee and the second h' I
cup !! Boraba! Shoot It! Bomba!
Key Chicago ..._....._ 40 32 .556
"Just a moment sir-yon didn'tdo convulsive struggle both legs stiffly cried: Al non eagerly and bee band car.ladl:4tis. 'lte treated each Conchto
,, te'bewhe won West M rumba!
: 411 ks will going on a 33 37 .411
anything before turning on tbe In the air. went oat to aqaeeza Gay's that lay .half sandwich. 'Big l Hearted Brooklyn

main! Dldat shift anything Tben with a Jerk Its head fell by her aide. ;_. that complete Iran; la.the ntraag a. Cincinnati 31 42 .425

"No." Guy looked at him wonder.. back. A faint sickly' reek 4Ir bitter Again GrJce shook his head. I ways. .t ..Pravtteac whkj\ Lennie. 5 SOFfBALLCONTEST Philadelphia .....__ 31 40 .437 STORE

Ingly. "Oh! Yes! There was ODe< almoads lingered In tile air. "Shal too clever tor that Whenwe happy la, eng k.aow- Boston .. ._ 21 52 .288

thing." "'Cyul ," said Robert Red found that tatter U the 4 ad (0oeirrstt.iu.ce Ae a. rascal Jack lIatb -n. Victor Larsen I I' o

"What?" Cries was leaning forward slowly. ...'. pocket-n wa ftddreseed (e I ) and Q. Lopez"danced, to entertain TOMORROW NIGHTBy GAMES\ TODAY

his small pale eyes glittering Above the body et the dead dog roe by U* way. UU Rede. tor It THs- <'" the Veteran- 'Jack; : and Vicor Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

eagerly he looked op at Limos and their! dressed as girls and danced the

There was a big roll of linoleum eyes meL rumba aad ether popular num AMERICAN LEAGUEOff

ID one corner near the recess nude, ICopyrtpht.liar g-vciy V. VMcftJ bers. Lopez and Jack put en the ( JOVE) day-because of .1I- tar Wire

the stairs" said Guy "It fell over Samson dance. Boys, they stole Tomorrow night the Busy Bees game. "_o

A rat ran oat-I s.11"' 'se he'd cot the show. In Homestead they win tackle the Recreation ten at NATIONAL LEAGUE
started the Key West battle cry, Bayview. Park in a softball con Open date.

-Bonba Bombs! Shoot ItS! Rah! test. RESULTS OF THE
.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaee* Territory born in Fairfax Co., mont inventor of the electric Portland. Maine. Died in New
]f Rah! Rah Key West is going on Batteries will be: Ward and M. MAJOR BASEBALL

Today'' I Va. Died March 19, 1818. motor, born in Orange Co* Vt. Turk_, Oct. 10. tf 73. a Rumba l" They had the whole' Acevedo for the Bakers and BENJAMIN LOPEZ LEAGUES

I city of Homestead saying it. Cheerleaders Walker and Griffin for the Rec- FUNERAL HOME
1766-Jacob Perkins prolific Died near there July 6,1851. ---=-0-
a 1-
I im-Z-Pbilip .
Anniversaries P. Bliss singing were:Jack Victor, Lannie, reatktters. Key West
I his latter life Scrviag
{ inventor spent I evangelist and '.-riter.f gospel Voylea, Harrison,"Sable and few The latter ten has a number of Half Century CIGARETTES,

..eeeeeeeee.eee.ee.eeeee1750Thomas 'in England bern at Newburyi :sengiC'Wr; in aearTwU O, Pa others new players, namely, Garcia oban1aace Setvie.IJc.ss.d SOFT DRINKS
Hear e
soldier of the Revolution. Louisiana ,,30, 1849. )' Fern"), Boston and New York Jack Baker played poker with a ers.This P.-. 135 Night ...-"

senator, governor of'Indiana* 1802-Thomas Davenport, var.s popular writer of hex day, born _\ to XM Citizen. t pair of_ smoked glasses OB? I gave will start at 8 o'clock.;


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I ;SOCIETY i 11 6 66 MALARIA Robert Taylor-Jean Parker !in
: : : : : ........................ TO HAVE PROGRAMAMATEUR I IB 3 days MURDER IN THE FLEET

.......... ..........................---------- Robert Perez left on the S. S. l --also365 -
Cuba for Tampa last night to visit Llpil T.'Iet, COLDSSJr.N.MDr DAYS IN HOLLYWOOD
Arrange ProgramFor Church Circle friends. PERFORMANCE TO
relatives and .,. firstly. Matinee Balcony lOci Orckostea -

Melody Hour Plant Meeting BE STAGJZD AT NAVY TONIC aM LAXATIVE IS-Wet Night 15-25
Miss Edna Johnson, who was ,

spending four weeks with her BALL FIELD .
The seventh Key West Melody. There will be a meeting of the,I Earl --- ---- --
Hour will be presented at 8 Daughters of the King of St.I I mother yesterday Mrs.afternoon Russell for her, home left ................................................
o'clock Thursday night in the Paul's Church held tomorrow afternoon
on I Miami. I
at 5 o'clock.fat in Colored persons will stage an
Colonial HoteL I '
The program will feature the church. !I Mrs,,G. C,' McCown'aid dangtv- -J } s t I amateur performance: tomorrowafternoon

opera and operetta music. I All members are requested' to ter. Miss\ Betty, and two sons, :\t row at the.Nat y Ball Field, I' FOR SALE

Among the compositions will b. be in attendance. 1 Lysle and Eddie left o yesterdayover ; the recreation: 'department of the

selections from "La Traviata"n "Aida", and other well-known I, the East Coast en .route to iI 7' Key West Administration an-
TroYatore" The Bohemian
SU Petersbnrgh where IheV' will I
Girl" "Don Juan" "Martha", '*, ;,4I nounced today The program
:= spend several weeks. :C y %
.. .._--- 0 ,Ot t starts at 5:30 p. m.
--- -- I
................................................. Mrs Earl Sands aril Wife a chil r.j j Numbers which will be offered n + -. .- aa;' '.; --.6\\
dren Nancy and Betty,:N,ho were ., Ea bx follow:
I rpending several days in Miami\ Chorus-By

I EMBARRASSING MOMENTSBy I with Mr. and Mn. George Givens. Dance Winifred crocp.BetheL I I ; $ .
were passengers; arriving on the '
Solo Saunders.
j -Josephs: .
G I ,4.I -
1 I Havana Special yesterday. M dZS 1
A. B. NORTHUP | Solo-Willie Mae Albury.QuartetteLeonard .

.----------..................................... I! Mrs. Link -wife of O. D. Link ] / Iri I Company. Bennett &:

,Several years ago 1 had a re was pretty darn sure I would not i of the state plant board, who was| I Solo---Kthe'jrre: Sands. I IyM
lief job of instructor at a ritzy be seen. I was known at that visiting: over the week-end with I I'I' Solo-Helen Gonzalez. 1 ,

swimming pooL 1 was to teach the time as rather hard boiled and Mr. Link, and two children. Don- i Solo-Inez Wallace.Instrumental U ,Al/1/1 ASaRMII#ullr ,
art of swimming to a class of very "had my hobby been exposed it{ ald and Mary Eileen, left yesterday I Solo! Norman g; ./ft %> IN/I't :

attractive young }dies. Well. I would have been fatal. j.j afternoon for the home in Cruz.. I'
) 1
started out on the usual routine Christmas was coming along Fort Lauderdale. << j i TaJ; Dance-Kermit Saunders. rI0.
while the sweet young things and I got the idea to make mother' Group Singing. I

watched me do my stuff, ap a tatted yoke. That would sure! Mrs. Milton Russell and lon.1! -not actually, of course, any more than the old woman lived in Solo--Syl\ia Gibson.
parently very docile and attentive surprise her. About this time our!, who were visiting relatives in Mi-j the much-quoted shoe. However, the picture of three comely I Selection: -GilIc 1 Glee Club. I
After showing them several gang got orders to go to a wetern' ami, returned yesterday on maidens tucked into the trunk of a Dodge touring sedan, seem
different kinds of diving and town on another job.: I rI Havana Special. tQ prove what Dodge salesmen are saying about the roominess
Strokes, I,thvught,,1'd 1 e}them[ 'get was a little late in arriving at,; a-* I ot the aforesaid trunk. Think: of how many suitcases, grips,bags : FRUIT SHIPMENT II III

in a little work.too. linagifie; ,my my destination: I registered atj; Earl Hathaway;' deputy sheriff' ,, packages and what not will go into that trunk which in addition
embarrassment' ; when -sthcyall a hoteL You see my mind was on, arrival tc($ a spare tire will accommodate so much feminine attraction AT LOWE'S STORE
mother's yoke for Christmas at Islamorada; was an yes-i: I
at 'once'-Mmd my
jumped in the' pool i
could "circles I know if I joined up with the! terday with several prisoners] -- --------- --::- -- .... ,- :I K .i...

say around they me. : ., ,?;_. gang over the week end there'' brought here for trial. J JMM. ii d'Arenovitz and, D. 'Aronovitz- and''' ..;=;;.. .;.. o..f i Regular weekly shipment of

From that time 'OB my* liftwasn't would be parties and be general!! Manuel Perez returned yesterday ,artily of Key West, arrived yesterday Today's Horoscopes ; fruits and vegetables will arrive _
carousing. I'd never by myself -
my -TheyrfMusUhave a minute. I inquired of the! from Tavernier where she' afternoon from Havana;' ........................ .' tonight; by truck for Lowe's Cash t ,
concentrated on ways and means went last Friday to spend a few and left over the East Coast for; Grocery, 1117 Division street. r
to make my very eXistence a tor bell boy if he could get me a bed I days with relatives and friends. a visit with relatives in Miami before -'. Here the nervous energy and The shipment which includes a
ture. They would kid me. duck lamp, (sure can, mister). A tip I|,I returning to their home int+ executive ability of yesterday. large variety of both fruits and r
me, tickle me (and Oh Lord am 1 I will get almost any desire gratified Mrs. Walter: P. Curry and, St. ,Petersburg. I t continue, but the nature is more;i vegetables is expected to arrive
ticklish), and do everything but from, one of those boys. Very; daughter, Corrinne were recent I elastic and su cess probably at-,r early in the evening. I Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
this soon he knocked on the door and t tained by diplomacy as much as
swim. Three weeks of was arrivals in Key West from Day- 1 ;
presented me with one of those Mrs. William Filer, and Mrs. by the force of As the 1i I street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
,UI could take so I handed<< in my tona Beach for a visit with relatives -" I' energy. I I Subscribe to The Citizen.
papers. Somehow the girls got passionate pink lady's affairs to and friends.: Imogene Howard, of Miami, who day advances tl e energy lessens! j I of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
wind of this and went into action hang on my bed. "Best I could were guests at the home of Mrs) but in many cases this does not. NOTICE TO ALL SODALISTS
The day I left (will I ever forget do, mister". Well, beggars can't Mrs Marry Knowles and daughter -', Filer's brother and sister-in-law.i act to the detriment of the native. '! For price and terms apply to

it), they crowded around me be choosers, so I said thanks. Miss Elizabeth and :Mrs. William -, Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Cleare on| !I I Do not forget the all-day picnicon
I '
and with all undue ceremony presented -)i After dinner I bought some Cordova, who were spending North Beach, left yesterday afternoon AUTOS COLLIDE TODAY Sunday, July 14th. All who L, P. ARTMAN,
me with a parting gift,' cigars and procured two needle three weeks in Miami with relatives -i 1 for the home in Miami. !I wish to come should get in touch
("Something to remember us craft magazines for a pattern for and friends, returned over i I Two automobiles one driven by' with any of the officers before The Citizen Office
)' .
by"), a pair of orchid silk pa mother's tatted yoke. I also took] the East Coast yesterday. ]I Joe Cleare and the other driven Wednesday, or come to the meet-
jamas. Little did I ever think a few chances on a punch board Mr. and Mrs. Glcnwood Alburyj:,by George Allen Warren, came together ing Wednesday night at 7 o'clockat .. or
that I would be reminded of the and won a large box of candy, Mrs. Dorothy Chalker and two left yesterday afternoon for Mi-|: 10 o'clock this morning the Sodality Hall. Residence Whitehead Street
young ladies all of my life. j I one with plenty of fancy ribbon sons and Mrs. A. 1'. Roberts from ami to be absent for a few days.!; at the corner of Angela and I (Signed), 1309

Well here 1 was a hard-boiled! and a gorgeous lady doing the Miami, and Miss Jean Bronen- I Thomas streets. BERT BUCKLEY,
engineer in possession; of beautiful -: dance of spring on the cover. I'llI'kamp, of St. Louis Mo., who were i'M Subscribe to The Citizen. I Doth cars were badly damaged. jly9-lt Secretary. .s.s.e..i..... 1 1i

sleeping togs. Without removing confess to having a sweet tooth so guests over the week end of Mr. ----'- -- -
them from the box I I didn't hesitate to carry it home. and Mrs.\ Atwood Sands left on i
placed them in the bottom) of my I I I finally reached my room. Had the afternoon train yesterday for .
trunk with a fervent prayer that my tub, fixed my bed lamp and Miami.\ .
the boys would never see them. (. no clean pajamas. I thought of -

Now during the war while in : the hidden box in the trunk. Oh, C. W. Davis engine house foreman
bed the nurse taught me to knit 1|! well, they were better than noth- of the Florida East Coast WHEN YOU NEED AN EXCUSE TO STAY A LITTLE LONGER

and do tatting. I know you will i ing. One glance at myself in the Railway Company, in charge of
laugh but I was not alone. .I remember I I I mirror forced me to make a burned activities at Buena Vista and
some of the boys who dive for the bed. Getting) Key West, arrived yesterday for
were better at it than I was durIng !1 myself, comfortably fixed in bed); an inspection of the rolling stock t
those miserable days. Lateron with cigars, candy, tatting, needle;. and machinery at Key West and sY
tatting became a sort of craft magazines, passionate pink left in the afternoon for Miami.j HOW ABOUTJUSTONEMORE ) uounrebt
bobby with me, but only when I bed lamp and orchid silk pajamas,) cm
I got busy on my mother's tatted I II. B. Boyer, mother of
't yoke. Mrs. Bascom 1.*, Grooms', who ILL > 0
1 could think what A
only a position < makes her*home-in K y\V..st'witb. 1 .o
I fur a hard boiled engineer'tobe the Grooms family, left yesterday
j caught napping in. I was safej'! afternoon for a visit with rela-

from the gang anyway; so I ] tives and friends in Washington, GLITlLlOlUt
thought, but I had'not counted on''' D. 0
my carelessness in not locking the C.Mr.

door. Intent upon my work and \ and Mrs Max Davis who
putting aside my cigar for another were spending a short vacation in
piece of candy, my door was flung Havana after a visit with J.
I open and in walked the chief engineer -
with four members of the
crew. Need I say more? Remember PALACEArthur
Yet a Wilderness I the gills! Ell say I do. Hohl-Evalyn Knapp in
And to this day I have a fine ONE FRIGHTENED NIGHT
'rTN spite of the warning by HJ. H. time trying to explain my position
JL director of soil erosionfor Buck Jones in
I on a certain night in a small hotel
the United States Departmentof CRIMSON TRAIL
in Montana.It's .
the Interior that great areas
la the dust storm belt of the west I no use. Matinee: 10.15c Nights 15-2Sc r i : Fi

may be turned Into deserts and. ,_ _0' ___
the prediction of Rextord O.'TDKwell. I s ,, t' (;
Undersecretary of, Agricul. i '1f ,:- ,:,
tare that unless the Administra- ., "
tion's land program were carried {
out the Middle West would become
as barren as tho Interior of
China, the middle western farmer llI

alarm.4o not seem to have taken 1 I I 1 1 -1 I.i It I IC. I :AN EXCUSE T'''

When the latter made his meaning I t %ir I II
clear by telling an Imaginary 1 A LITTLE LONGER,
story of an explorer of 2236 XD. I '
who finds the Mississippi Valley ICE II I'M YOUR BEST .> ,,>,
a dusty uninhabited desert. Will 1 USE
lam Allen White the Kansas
philosopher, expressed the farmer Ii ,

*"Prophecy* state of mind Is always when a be major said: 1 IT'S PURER! I I LUCKY STRIKE.

blunder in politics and It is even LASTS LONGER! t
a greater blunder to match futility -
with folly. So let TuKwell 1 ;Gl j
hare It his jwn way-for neither ICE REFRIGERATORS icri
of us will: be here to laugh at the i '4 w y. k

other's blunders." Jt1i Made of all metal-equipped ..1t 1i 9F

Corn In Great Demand t with WATER COOLERS L i 1
Because of its Importance as an )I. : v
energy food and the dancer of a iii E They're Economical ii. t d
repetition of the damage wrought .
by drought to last years crops 100 Per Cent Refrigeration rI
corn Is now In great demand.
Last year's plentiful pack of corn I I Satisfaction ,
will make it possible however 1
for housewives ta stock up so I I.! Priced at I 1I I
that they will have an adequate 1i
supply on hand. i
Canned corn can be used In a 35
variety of ways besides being and xirm
served as a vegetable It makes 1
very delicious: corn fritters and IL!I I EASY TERMS--10 DAYS ,
the cream-style corn Is well ( 1
adapted to corn puddings, to soups m 1 FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
and to many kinds of corn breads.
Try these ICE CO. { '

one-fourth well Com add Cake one-half teaspoon: Beat cup soda sour two and milk.eggs one 1 INPhone i 1r k ITS THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS "

Cup canned corn. Sift: togetherone No. 8 i

alt.and two cup add.teaspoons flour Add, one-half one baking tablespoon teaspoon ponder: I 1 ul t There are no finer tobaccos than those used in Luckies.t

melted butter. Fry in small .
cakes on a hot griddle. Serve "
crw +aass.na "' .
with pork sausage'and gravy orwith a jgj jjiirji.igVma tUK iaajgt, 1 .
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