The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00062
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Aatociated Best 65 Interests Years Service.PTCM Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the -Che 1!1)11 r W CS"t CttBen< t most country Key West equable*; .with Florida weather an, averageFor has in the the

seat angp -nly 14 Fahrenheit



I July! Offers Another Shadow Show In MELODY HOURPROGRAM Naval Committee Recommends Key House Rejection Of Roosevelt's Utilities

Eclipse; -Of"MoottrVisible\ In AmericaTo THURSDAY HERE West Navy Yard Be Made Active Plan Big Disappointment To AdministrationPERKINS I

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; Be Slightly Visible PILSUDSKI HOPE TO BE GIVEN UNDER DIREC- WASHINGTON, July 10.I Wilcox added that the -

Even !In. Total Shadow GUIDING POLAND TION OF COMMODORE VON I-Representative J. Mark t committee told the full GIVENSENTENCE CORONER'S JURY Adverse Action Results

Unless Clouds Interfere I M1ETK-LIUBA AT COLONIAL Wilcox said the House Na- group also that the navy TODAY RENDERS VERDICT In More Than Momentary

IN BALTIC AREA HOTEL ,I val Affairs Subcommittee I 1 statiop at Key West should
With Light IN LOCAL : Setback In>7 Various
be restored to an active COURT INATWELLCASECONCLUDE \
which recently made an air I
Ii!COMES NECESSARY TO On Thursday night the Key basis naval reserve armory

West Chamber Musicians\ and inspection of navy propertiesin
guest players will present the seventh -
Press Science Editor)
FIND SOLUTION FOR EXISTING Melody Hour in the Colonial has recommended[rand additional improvements -c ILEGE OF PAYING FINE OR SIX CAME TO DEATH I IN By BYRON PRICE

NEW YORK July 10_The Hotel. The concert will begin at 4-.1.1 *f a.,.... The Associated
TROUBLES 8 o'clock.A I that a navy air base be established I made at the Pensacola SPENDING SIX MONTHS 1 IN ACT COMMITTED BY UN Press Washington
western hemisphere sees a total I I' I !
For two special house
r reason
program of opera and op- : at Miami. j navy air school. JAILW. KNOWN PERSONS

eclipse of the moon on the night eretta music will be featured un I __ rejection of the Roosevelt utilities
MARYLLA CHRZANOWSKA der Commodore -- -
By the direction of ---------
of July 1516. For the United (Br AMoelate* rr..., Matho Fridericus von Mietk- i plan caused something than
State the WARSAW, July 10.-Political I Liuba, II. D. W. SAYS WOMEN MAKE BEST BOSSES II. Perkins "Bonus Bill", Yesterday afternoon at 6 more
eclipse begins at 9:14p. ;
I Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grillion was today in criminal court sentenced o'clock the coroner's jury investi- momentary disappointment in the

..., 'eastern standard time, and)circles:., believe the late Marshal Sawyer organist of the First by:Judge'J. Vining Harristo gating the death of the Henry 1..1 administration.

no's 2:43 ... 1! Pilaudski's efforts will be condoled -I MethodistEpiscopal: Church, will MAKES PREDICTION THAT UNITED pay ,a' fine ;of $250 and costsor Atwell family ofsix.' mother i
a. render the famous "Drinking On* .._ is tkat If Mr. R_.-

The real total eclipse lad*'from I ,..to normalize PolishLithuanian -: Traviata Song" from the Verdi's"Minuet"'opera, from"La the STATES WILL GET ONE SOME DAY i jail spend to 'date"from sir months the in day the county of his j::I sons father, rendered two daughters a verdict to and the two effect -I I II welt has ,any "pet policy, it i i.I i.

relations, severed when Poland that death the result of his utilities policy. H. ha a.
11 09 nntil, 12 .. arrest. was spe
< p. m. >49 .nrno opera "Don Juan" and the "GrandMarch" -- I I
I an act committed by a person or I I cialised interest in the "power
from the "AaVda. Perkins
I took Vilno in 1920. opera was arrested early in
Lour and 40 minutes Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- THURSDAY NIGHT cny A.I...... Pr.., I June charged-with embezzlementof persons unkown to the jury. issue" in its various form He

Daring this time it may. be pos 'The statement that "it is necessary I Liuba will play the Provisional PRESCOTT Aria., July 10.Mr .- cots and mattresses which were I The which Atwell destroyed family their died home in at afire i had much experience with it when

to continue endeavors to find Theme Song in A, opening and *. Viola Jimula iron-fisted : he wa of New York,
sible! to see the moon faintly. closing the presentations. She CONCERTS TO BE the property of the Florida Emergency Leon street and Flagler avenue on governor
I a solution for the conflict with matriaeh who successfully rules! Relief Administration.After I the morning of Friday July 6. and he has reached conclusions
I I will also: render a number from
wh.r. the sky i is very clear. The Poland made in a lecture byj'1 the German operetta "Lvcky RESUMED HEREFIRST the finishing and once homale"l his arrest Perkins was The building burned to the ground about it which are quite fixed and
'I tribe of Yavapai and the charred remains of the
faint illumination then ,will com j CirL"I finger printed by Roy Hamlin and definite.
J Foreign Minister Lozoraitis of I
j Miss Knowles this city joins t later the bureau of identificationof I six bodies were taken from the
I j Dorothy Mayfield present-day political The other reason is that the
from rays of the sun which arebent Lithuania noted with satisfaction I the debris by the fire departmentI
was -( will present the overture "LightCavalry" seers in predicting that someday department of justice sent
i original bill which the house
II members. rewrote
by Franz von Suppe. to Sheriff K. O. Thompson I
-that i.. refracted-inward here. the United States will have
I this being the first number on the .1 I record of Perkins showing he had Immediately afterward a coro- was one of the outstanding*
t President ,Pose Problem WEEK AT BAYVIEW PARK woman Preadelllt.I I ner's jury was summoned by products of the
as they pats through the earth'satmosphere I program. "Valse Lente" from been arrested and sentenced i in "young liberals"
How hard this is, however, is indicated -' the ballet "Coppelia" and the very I UNDER AUSPICES OF HOSPITALITY .I I "All women are good ...,...,*.1 I other parts of the United States.' Peace Justice Rogelio of the admini.tration-.ometimes

in the sunrise and I in the public remark of the,, beautiful Celeste, Aida" from she said. "Some day we shall havea Sentences in other cities in-j i coroner ex-officio and Gomez"j'i called the "brain trusters. For

...... belts that border the night Lithuanian president Antanas the opera "Aida" will be other BAND woman to boss Uncle Sam." :! eluded forgery automobile theftI .j j i witnesses summoned to .
Three sessions of the a long time had been
jury were they polish-
numbers played: fcv: Miss Knowles. and one crime against nature. I I
It will be 'sunset over Russia' Smetona who said:_ Miss Alee Curry Hill be the accompanist Jimnla's Many may disagree. with Mr. I When arraigned this morning:I held, being concluded yesterday I ing up this piece of legislation

and sunrise over Hawaii during' "We mutt have Vilno back as I for Mss Norma Magda- The Thursday evening concertsby deny that philosophy her but none can he listened attentively to the!I afternoon 6 o'clock. and looking forward to its pas-
six-year reign over While
the total eclipse.'If those parts oCI it is the cradle of our culture. The lena Yates, who will play several the Hospitality Band in Bay- the Yavapaif during which her I charges as read by County Solid i I Ii I of there fot'l) was no direct evidence !i, sage. What happened to their
heart buried there Pilsudski's violin solos: selection from the j tor Allan B. Cleare and entered clay" brought out at
(Marshal a i i ii
the world happen to be cloudy the: view Park will be resumed this husband, Jim has maintained a! the coroner's investigation some i i handiwork was accepted generally
) will not paralyze our desire opera "The Bohemian Girl", and h.. I i a plea of guilty. Asked by the i I (
refracted rays will be interfered: because the heart of the entire a selection from the opera "Mar- week with a program that includes her i>doff policy bas" established court how long he had been i in: of the testimony t'asuch as tojI i iI j i as the hardest slap congress has

with and the moon may be completely -! Lithuanian nation is buriedin tha." specialties: by Miss Ruth Roberts, "Jim a* a good "boss. jail he replied 34 daysCarlos I I I warrant the jury rendering the'% given this group of young Presidential
is a good worker the verdict did
The commodore will and Ernest Sanchez. and 11 they it was said. I
obscured during mid- Vilno. offer two Eloy Ferrbr, charged I advisers.
said, "but he doesn't know how to Members of the I
totality when it is in the centerof The liquidation of the quarrelwas nrmbers. lIe will render selections The program follows: make the others work. lie isn't a with gambling pleaded guilt I I I Charles Richardson, Clements jury were Jay-I Mr. Roosevelt has been defeated
the earth's of the marshal's | from the "II Trova- and were given suspended : the
shadow. one greatest I opera "Narcissus" Overture-Schle- good boss. sentences : cocks. Frank Carbon. Hex Shaw I iin i iI house on other issues butt
This shadow isdosbleiIkis. an ,Cer.na..bL..hi&, y1* of life,*tore" and,melodies from the light pegrelL An -'Iron Ruler -.* of 30 days each, -pending:, Fabio Ollvicrf and 14: l F. Collins t somehow thisdefrat-seemed t* g
inner well of total lack or sunlight for his foreign policy sought the opera "The Ccardas Princess." As astern ruler Mrs. Jimula good behavior. I I j j I a little nearer home than any

: the umbra, surrounded by co-operation of Poland with the A very melodious program will "L'estudiantina" Waltz-Wald- v-'ould put come; of the world'sdictators Pyattie Winters, was by a jury, 1 other. There was something of
the penumbra a concentric 'ring Baltic countries and PilsiuMd I await those who will attend the enfel. to shame. She brooks found guilty of using obscene and AVIATION, ROMANCEMIX the personal element in it.

of partial earth shadow. had many personal ties with Li- affair. No less thai four Verdi Vocal selections by Ernest San- violations of the rigid laws she no profane language and was sentenced : IN NEW SERIAL, Power Interest' 'Silent }'Ally

The umbra is almost exactly thuania. compositions are on the program. chez: established. Those who to 15 days in county jaiL Many\ factors were involved in
three times the diameter of the Since Alexander Prystor, for I II It U announced that the Melody (a)-"Farewell To Arms" pleased with the rules are I "READY MADE WIFE"Story the house maneuvering and it is

moon. The penumbra is an outer I mer premier and Pilsudski's close Hour is a quite informal affair. -Silver. their leave from the camp may dil-I I COUNTY FORCES a matter of dispute which contributed .
shadow ring about the moon's di a- friend went to Lithuania a year (b-"Why) Do I Dream their names will be By Coralie Stanton Start -most to: the final- out-

meter. ago ostensibly on a private visit Those Dreams" Today In The CitizenMany com : '.' jf
MAKING PLANS FOR from the tribal rolls, but if they ,
The moon will touch the penumbra newspapers in each country have Dubin-Warrl'n. remain it mutt be in obeyance of! ARE GIVEN PAY ; It bas been a-long' time since a1
first at 9:14: << p. m. and dropped the quarrelsome tone "Melody in F"-Rubinstein. her commands.The 1- vote on lIrly' bill ;was accompanied
have been lostI inI
be completely in it at 10:12. At with which they formerly referred WIDE ADVERTISING Intermission."La. "Uncle Sam" she talks EO I futile attempts to : the by' so.; many, charge of "IobbyI -
that time it should be a bronze to the other nation. Gazza Landra" Overture span oceans' ing. on both aides The house
much about could have taken :r I
Rossini. some APPROXIMATELY THIRTY but no tragedy of the air has had
disc. Again at 1:46 a. m. it will I I Baltic Nation Friendlier STATE OF I pointers from her on prohibition I committee designated to investigate -
FLORIDA Vocal selections by Ruth Roberts a stranger sequel than that i in
be completely in the penumbra I THOUSAND DOLLARS DISTRIBUTED these allegations doubtless
It is pointed out here, also i enforcement. Her records: show I"Ready Made Wife" The Citizen's | '
after passing out of the total : will stir up a lot of dust but that
I there have been of intoxication I'
that Lithuanian and Polish representatives (a-"Latin) From Man no cases new serial starting today. j" need
it will discover
shadow.In CIVIC LEADERS FROM DIF'< her handful of any
i conferred in Geneva hattan." among I Coralie Stanton tells the story
this eclipse the moon I .! solid facts which are not already
passes tribesmen in
and that the Lithuanian four jears.Mrs.
government with of dramatic!
(b"College) Rhythm""Comic an appreciation
the J I Usually these inquiries
center of
very nearly through : courteously helped Poles to Tat-Too" Novelty \ Jimula's efforts are all directed t values which sustains throughout'
the umbra. Its course is slightly fulfill Pilsudski[ wish that j;t TEND CONFERENCE CALL toward pleasing "UncleSam" County employes were today' the the interest aroused I II j don't.t ,
hisj Fahrbach. story a
north of the dead center of black- I Imother's who the home- made happy by the distribution of J Whatever may have been the
body be moved1 from. Lt-, "Anchors recentlygave j its start, when Laurie Moore is
i :Aweigh" March ]I
ness. thuania to t ED BY GOVERNOR SHOLTZ {1 I.".. lriho. nt 115 no>.."nnc '75. arras I" pay checks to those of the d'-I | actual influence of "the power
Vilno. introduced attractive ,
Zimmerman the
; ; partnients drawing emoluments! as young lobby"-end there is
-i-I land, tnirriihe; I' j no attempt
Indications, meanwhile are I acreage widow
Vocal of
selection Rex heard
t by Ernest Sanchez Moore never
TREATMENT AT that Baltic countries are drawing i <. .elal to The fltUra) ] :- from the veterans administration I from the General Revenue Fine from since his takeoff on a Pa- here to measure it accurately -
i the
and Forfeiture and Road funds. I forces working against thePresident'
closer to Poland. I! JACKSONVILLE, July 10.- "Champagne Waltz" I to the department of the inter cific adventure.
From the General Revenue fund II one more
CLINIC' OFFEREDINNOCULATIONSiOF I The financing of a national advertising -|( Prelude and Sicilians from Ca- ior. I j employes were paid,for November -I His name is barely out pfrJhe or, t ./ propoll6'tlMl I
campaign; to "sell" Florida valleria Have Quit Tribal Rite I headlines when Laurie Moo
; Rusticana.! I I ,
and December and tl It the fact that
SPONGE SALE 1934 I 1.1 was numerous
the coming winter will be under j "We have quit our tribal dances, j rives
"Star Spangled Banner"Key.LIGHT from Australia and soon is'
March members of had
January February, Aprili congress
taken here tomorrow by civic; lead- ceremonies and customs handed in'' the of Mark grown
I i and, Mayi( 1935; Fine and Forfeityre employ Albery, Increasingly skeptical bf the bills'+
I down for she
from all 'of the' statein generation, said I
ers bad
TYPHOID HELD TODAYSEVERAL parts' I whose plane factory backed
( answer to ,a' call 't 1 July October. "young liberals l and'vtired of the
** August September -
SERUM TO BE RE month by, Governor David SholtsThe :f them. j her fellow Laurie T
: employes
I I .' November and December accusation that congress is nothing -
There few ,
I governor wilt'preide! over : PLACING BUOYS I are transgressions the respect they feel' due the
SUMEDInnoculations'of LOTS DISPOSED OF! the conference which is expected'to for Mrs. Jimula keeps card indexed 1934. All past due accounts of i widow of the renowned flier still but a rubber stamp for the
I attract 300 who 'r record of every person in her|j the road department were paid. I i I President.
some I honored the his
persons at factory for
AT MUNICIPAL I { Clerk Ross C. who This feeling had been
Sawyer especiallyapparent
I tribe. A monthly check is made
will be prepared to commit their I I technical ability and his
I| daring .
., the payrolls and made the in the house, which erif
typhoid serum DOCK organizations to some portion of POINCIANA HAD BEEN UNDERGOING on the amount of work done by 1 aviator. Yet thereis
as an to Albery
will be resumed at 10 a. In. Sat the $300,000 goal.A each and they are paid accord distribution said that approx'neately f dently had been working itself up

urday at the Florida ERA clinic ways and means committee,1 I REPAIRS ON i I bigly; deductions being made for $30,000 will be paid out of young something woman strange who withdraws about intoa thisi |i to administering a slap for some
in the old Naval Hospital building. the upkeep of the she I!the several funds. i i j time.
Sponge sales for today at the headed by C. II. Overman of Bag LOCAL WAYS I government i silence and a reserve whenever
Persons who were unable to I dad in session here today work has established.* i{ Fight Not Yet Over
municipal dock were far below n blunderingly or with a confused
obtain the innoculation last Sat. normal total tales: amounting: to I ing for tomorrow's conference.!I :t j Ir Law violations also are record-:; COUNTY BOARD II !I attempt at tact, he refers to Rex I It would take something more

urday due to a shortage in the $316.28. The largest tale was aj j i Mr. Overman is executive t'eCl'e.1 Lighthouse --r: Poincisna; j j ed. Those who break state, city i; Moore and Laurie's widowhood.Albery's I than ordinary political vision to
serum are assured that a sufficient Other tary of the association of Florida I and county laws while off the!I in foretell accurately what the net
I lot which sold for $281.40. |i J which was on tbe local ways for I TONIGHT'Regular :} interest Laurie rests
amount has been received at the sales of small: lots: made up the I,I countv commissioners. Serving semi-annual'j j cleaning and re1lovati -:j|! reservation must not only face.I MEETS f not only on his appreciation of! effect of this win be.
clinic for all persons who desire with him this committee (i civil authorities but answer to A considerable loss of
balance. j i i on special i i ing.. was placed back in serviceyesterday : I I her business ability but also on i administration
the innoculations. I Monday, hich is sometimes! a are Ralph Nicholson of Tampa; : and is today employed t Mrs.Jimula.. A daughter, Julia: ---- I I a regard more personal. While he ; prestige in congress

good sales day was the smallest' j I Walter B. Wilson of Miami Beach; in buoy replacement in the har-I! 21. helps with the records. Her,t : meeting of the board I I musters his courage hoping tot ': is plainly) reflected l in the willing-

since Christmse. sales amounting!| W. J. Cozens. Jr., of St. Augustine bor. virtual dirtatorship has brought of county commissioners: will bej i i tell Laurie of this feeling a fate- I ness of so many democratic members -

STARTING TODAYABSORBING to $35. Total for the week .,i ; L. C. Brown of St. Petersburg Tender Ivy is continuing activities new life to Mrs Jimula's subjerts.1": held tonight 8 o'clock in the office I j jful I coincidence brings her into a to take so direct a slap at

$396.28. ; J. M. Milligan of Orlando; at Egmont Key and other Instead of tbe tumbledown shacks ; of County Clerk Ross C. Sawyer.!, chance meeting with a stranger' the President's- favorite measure

E. P. Beddow. E. P. Owens. Jr., points in Tampa Bay. Tender I and wretched tepees in which they|I Only routine matters are ex-(I who tells her something a,bout,Bexi dad favorite ad risers{ :3>Tne ques-

I Chas. B. Griner. Harold Colee, Poppy is expected to arrive today I formerly lived, comfortable stone I I peeled to be Lrougbt before the Moore that fills her with despair f ''*iion now iau.will( it'stop t fcm'
I SMITHS LEAVE Jas. D. Ingraham, M. Thayer Newman -i I with a working party which has houses are being erected and board for consideration. j The discovery complicates all of,', It has happened before"', that

Lorenzo A. Wilson and R. : been scraping and painting Re-I r soon those agriculturally inclined A recessed< meeting of the taxi I|I her relationships present and dissatisfied party groups ( have

THIS MORNING i I G. Grassfield of Jacksonville. I I becca Shoals lighthouse. I will be able to farm the land the I adjustment board will also bej j i proapect -el and until her problem fallen into yTepentantJy' f, after

;|! This committee was asked byI r government gave them by act of bed.to consider: such matters pertaininft -:;i! c.t last disappears in a happy soluj having hadflieir fling aifcf'pne

]I the governor to recommend pro- congress. I t to tax reductions as maybe j: lion her life is under a cloud. on record Its refusing to fallow
jcedure I to be followed at tomor TO PRACTICE FOR j Children Attend School 'I1"n I presented. This, briefly is the story of:. blindly. Th4'tiert' few tree"' wlfli
v Mrs. W. II. Smith and three row's conference when it will be I I a pueblo-type worksh.p.consruct"ed l"Ready Made Wife." Readers who I show whether that is to be the
I Ir
children who were visitniu Mrs.. reported that Hardee and Collier 1 KIDDIE CABARET I with FERA funds th I start with the first chapter today,I cane again, or whether )Ir. Roose-
milh's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Allan 1! counties have already responded i women weave rugs and make po NEW ARRIVAL AT r in The Citizen will find it throughout !I welt really has a revolt of major

Knowles. at the home on Margaret !i to the governor's wishes by voting -1!, I tery and baskets which are sold. :I: an exciting combination of I proportions on his hands.

street' left over the highway 10 cents per capita for national -I 1i' All children must go to school HOME OF PITAS romance and adventure. So far as the utilities questionin
I r this morning to join Mr. : advertising purposes. Governor t I Practice will be held in Bay and Mrs. Jimula prefers the public general is concerned the one
Smith at Sharon. Mississippi.; i: Sholtz recmomended that the 10 view Park at 4 p. m. Thursday for I schools: r II KITTEN HAS SINGLE EYE clear indication, out of all the
Others in the party were :Miss : cent policy prevail which, if done I all children who desire to enter "There they speak only the fog is that the fight is not yet
ROMANCER Edna Knowles. sister of Mrs. t will bring in' 160000. !'the Kiddie Cabaret which will beheld English language and learn American j Mr. and Mrs. George Pita announce TEXARKANA. Ark.-A kitten! over. Neither Mr. Roosevelt nor

Smith who will remain at Sharon The remainder of the goal is! in the Park at 4.p. m. Friday customs" she said. "If they r the birth yesterday in I born with a single! eye in the cen- the organized opposition to him

EA D Y MADE WIFE and a brother Allison Knowles, I expected to be subscribed by local I: under direction of the recreation I I attend Indian schools they speak!]their home on Elizabeth street( of. ter of its forehead and without: is ready to quit on the "power is

_aI CO.A"t iTANfON_ marine engineer, who goes to join chambers of commerce and by oth, department of the Key :West_ Ad- their own language and night a mine-pound son. Mother and I I a nose has been preserved by Joe sue." Much' is certain to be heard
his ship at Port Arthur Texas. er state and regional groups. ministration. want to return to tribal way." boy are doing nicely. )I I Graves scoutmaster of this city. bout it in 1936.






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.eee..e..oo..eee. diplomat, born in Philadelphia. born in Concord. Died there Jan.
: f i v Died there Dec. 31, 186.&. I 271940*
I READY MADE Wlf' 11 TODAY'S WEATHER ]1 1i Today'Anniversaries

1 1792-Frederick Marryat, Eng One of the few women mastersof

I, lish sailor-novelist born. Died I surgery in the world i. Mr*,
i Tep-at. Thursday; gentle to moderate ....o..e..a..oe... 9 1848. Martin
_BY CORALIE STANTON I I Aug. !i Phillippa Parry of London -
: Highest _89 winds, mostly southerly 1509-John Calvin, Swiss Protestant I II i, England;
cnapter one saw a good deal of him at one Lowest ... -....._,..-....-. ... ...-..80 I Florida: Generally fair tonight reformer, born. Died May I t I 1809-George: Livermore, Bos-j i
YOUNG WIDOW ," he went on. "I never met a I Mean ........ ...._.._..._ ....84 27. 1564. I. ton wool merchant, antiquarian, :
so foil of life, so complete! Normal Mean ....--8 and Thursday. except local thun- j I i scholar and writer: born at Cam-| i KEY WESTCOLONIAL
HOPE will have good time so highly strung and yet at dstshowera-Tbnrtday. : afternoon. !': Died there, :
you a.very f Rai fall' 1' Jiacknoville! Florida 1723-William Blackstone famed bridge Mass. Aug.( I HOTEL
,a-, Moore. You deserve a rest. I've been ntrolled. For his age, he wae Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. 'l' English lejral writer born. Died 1 130, 1865. :
Gulf Moderate southeast
and East
And a genius In the : '
ing-you hard these last weeks. i Normal Precipitation __ .09 Ins- Feb. 24, 1780. I In the Center of the Business
Born for It. I looked fer the ta seulhweat winds and partly 1834.-Jam-Z-l1.;: II
Laurie Moore looked at her things from him and Ito .......* -i _.... :u-..... prrl.esdteir overcast weather tonight and I I Whistler aad Theater District
her blue eyes softly bright with he would have done them If ht ae'. .Vlvek tfci* MTomorrow' ._..... Thursday with occasional showers. 1773--Finis Ewing. religious r feared original; artist! writer and!
"It is so kind of you to give me the lived.' It'. a grand game. Mrs. Almanac i leader. chief founder of the Cum-,! wit. who lived in Europe most of First CUs*-Fireproof-

day, Mr.Albery," she said. "I shall be but a risky one. It'll always Sun rises _..-____.,. _.. .. 5:45 a. m.Suit WEATHER-CONDITIONS berland Presbyterian Church born I 1 his adult life. born at LowelL ,: SeniibU Rat.
to see my'little sister's first night on as far as we can see. A sets ..._.___..........._. 7:20 p. m. in Bedford Co.. Va. Died at Lexington -i Muse. Died in London July 17, '

-, :Monday." of bad weather who can I Moot rises ._...........m 3:12 p. m. The- eastern disturbance continued Mo. Julv. 1841. 1903.j 'I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
"That's all right, Mrs. Moore. against that! A great loss to Moon sets ........n..nn 1:15. a. m_ northeastward i 1 1i
Dixie will be back on Tuesday.; She's and to aviation all over the Tom.......'. Tide. I but U still movement 'Vnod--, 1792-George M_ Dallas. Phil-j; 1844 Edward! Waldo Emerson, Garage Elevator

bad time, poor woman, but you've taken her place ." Al\(. P.M. low pressure the North and adelphia major, U. S. Senator,i Cncord.1'550.: physician, literary I PepaUr Pric. I
erately o\er
[ 11th Vice President of the U. S.,I executor of hi famous father.
didly. High: _.._...._n_ 5:027:01( Middle Atlantic States Boston I
was looking away from Low ___ __ I .
There was a hint of regret in :Mark Albery's voice, "" n 12:33 I Mass., 29.86 inches; while a .weakhiah 1-- -- -- --- -- ----- -

the return of his invaluable confidential secretary after sometimes wonder if yon stilt 11:07 ,f ;; prewure area coversthe Lake
illness did not cause him the satisfaction that it should. -against hoper he said quiet. Barometer 8 a. m. today:: region and middle Mississippi, WHY AMERICA PR-EF1RS BUItWE'SER
Sea level 30.04.WEATHER .
He looked at the girl who had replaced her, he might come back! No ley Chicago. ilL, 39.08 val-I a .
of him or his machine was and pressure is high off the
from one of the other departmentsof In spite of the most Intensive FORECAST Atlanticcoast. .
: Bermuda
the London office of his great air.
gulle. Of could not
course Do your
plane factory. Her moved voice and derstand the technical issues* no!" It was a kind of choked (Till 3 p. nv*, Thursday) ineheRaill9 continued and in thunderstormshve the AtlanticStates '
shining eyes pleased him. In the her instinct told her that his came from her lips. She was Key Weft and Vicinity: Partly !
few weeks that she bad been doing ment of the situation was looking from r and North Dakota* being: _
his personal correspondence! he had And she turned out to be rightTea away him. Her N 1f heavy in eastern Virginia, Nor-
was working with
often been struck by her unusual a sudden I (elk.. 1.08 inches.: Temperatures Comp nion
Mark emotion.
Albery was It looked almost like '
combination of business. efficiency Interested In young Mr. Moore. I' continue abnormally high in the / ,
''and emotional appeaL] She was. he was not at all certain that he sorry. I should not have said Plain and: U'et Gulf States ami
had decided the most absolutely not falling In love with her. But "Albery was distressed. was rortioneof the! lower Mississippi
natural young, woman be had. met would be another matter. He unkind. Forgive me. Mrs I f Valley. and are generally season- 1
in nis office life. forty-five and a confirmed The last thing I want to do i able elsewhere. Maximum tempera Good Health
"You are very fond of your sister Marriage had never entered cause you pain. I want you to I I I tures: were above 10O( degree! yesterday : of
Mrs. Moorer he asked. He wanted] thoughts and was not likely to I cannot help being Interll 1[ in many localities in eastern -.t : .

I Texas and the centrsl. 'lains .. .

_+..HAIJ/; !/ \\if rrrtfflltfgJllill! M1I_ i :.6;i I Partly Cloudy TKunJcr l>o er> ,State; 10ft. fledge decree"/:' City., and Kans.Pert.Arthur reportIng Pure, wholesome food and "drink are necessary -

S r'
Texas 102 degrees. to have and keep a healthy
cloudy: tonight and Thursday, G.: *.. K. Nr-Uf.; : body.IBecause
,probs/bly:/ local thundershowers Official in .ImrRi--.' it is pure, nourishing' anti rich

._ I 1 1e
\ -- -- --_.- -. ---- +. in tonic qualities, BUDWEISER has long

.1 II i perience in di/rent capacities I been the favorite beer of those whoguanl ) \
I KEY WEST IN I(I fully qualifies:: him to fill to the.,, it
t ratitfacUua of all concerned: the' their heal th.It is brewed from the cream of
tt I Ie DAYS GONE .I rBitit t to which l he aspire:. I
BY ] p
I l r 'I i ,, each year's barley crop and from selected

appen Age!Today.!* Her. A. Taken Just 10 From V.ani|'i! Harry A. Poyajian, Hoboken .1 American and imported Bohemian hops. ,
New Jersey ca'italit. who has
The FU. Of T..... Citis. I BUDWEISER is sealed in sterilized bottles
:; the past few months invested approximately ,
: $250.000 in Key West I l- It Is
; r and every bottle is< pasteurized.
Malcolm Mham today rltfu- real estate, now propose tin
t an of ft" :jne: laiilran. -iu!.are J, erection ofn apartment hotel.111 tf strength-buildingaswellasrefreshing-a 1
f the thi.. id acre tract (,f land', Key \Vt- t. This announcement wa=.
/rf wi!.:ch he z...
in KWect a lil.K Knight who represents Mr. Eoya-
i I'' r rees moit. than "jJC i onths ag.. .Cr.1 i'I I jian in this city. Mr Boyajian ANIIEVSER-nusdu.sT.LOUIs
information .-, contained in a telegram ,, has several pieces of property _
I : received lo .Jay froia Mr. here which be u satisfied will be \;2
w erorer ak for Itmro -
Mtarham. WIN is in New f..1ta"d II lueal: for the stiuctnre and it at pea

i u: as :llovs! "I was rtfltJ: I went consulting with engineers I I ." } r bs gong get the genuine
to<.iay one million dollars fc: th, uraicl in the north reurding. the hotel ..

sere tract purchase f slat I I 9' ..

Key Wtrt:: Realty company. This One of the largest deals con-
j offer was refused." The offer I'!!ruminated in recent months in Key

r was made to Mr. Meacham thrm>gnW West was the sale yesterday of
It. Porter president or.Ie the froiertv of the Consumers Bu.d""eiser01lllo
First National: Bank of Key West,'I -
Ice Plant, which tv a- purchased
I who wired the proposition to Sirs I by Harry Bo>ajtan, capitalist o:
Mearham. Mr. Meseha-m's refusal "I New Jersey. Sine the purchaser THE HEALTH DRINK 10$
trtsj"I of a profit.e* half million dollars 1 has net made known I his plans it

on his recent purchase is take I is not known to what use the property AQUILINO LOPEZ DISTRIBUTOR
en as the'strong-est indication that will be put.
All Saturday they rehearsed at the Ite intends to develop the propertyand _.-
-- -- ---- -' -
,to. keep her In his office a little "Yes, I miss Gladys very' In you. You are so brave. Yon is net holding it for speculation \ I Editorial Comment: We learn "IIIIII"I'.II.1
longer although their work was when she's on tour," the girl such a good fight against purposes.
done and she was ready to goHe "And she hasn't been In London up troubles. But I mustn't keep I summer on the best girls authority who learned that to swim the I I ........................................e................ ...............

knew all about Laurie Moore, three months." any longer. Would you accept The Cement Post company of| last year are all ready to be I e. ..
of course; that she was the widowof "She is a dancer Isn't she?" little present-as an Easter Miami has been awarded the contract ."I taught again this year .
Rex Moore the airman who had "Yes. and sbe's getting on It's only I a trifle but i felt I for installing white ways in I

lost his life in an attempt to fly the didly." Pride rang In Laurie's like to show my appreciation Martello Towers subdivision by I I Tug Petrel of the Porter Dock !
Pacific, that she and her young sis It was plain to the man that work. the South Florida Contracting andEngineering 1 summoned last
that he Into her company. wa. :
ter had been stranded In Australia sister the of her put Roofs ? ? I j
was apple eye. company which has 1 the
was a handbag fitted with : : night to the bar buoy to get Leaky
,penniless and that a friend and business manager of the troupe thinks a requisites, daintily enamelled. the general development contractfor II body of Ilermcn Joaknv Baug,.
colleague of his had looked of her. I shall never forget that gift unostentatious but the entire tract. The contract fireman on theTanker STeline. '
after them and sent them :
to England was your kindness that made It .
calls for installation of Bucl.ing.ham : last
beautifully chosen. who died nipht.: The remains .
with a letter to himself as the Bible for her to take lessons
face flushed with Type ornament white way taker .
pale were brought eshore and to
head of ,the firm that produced the Albery. You have done so much .
She had of her beauti together with, lighting units
machine In which the airman had us both." one posts the Lopez Undertabing Parlors to
moments as she smiled and consisting of fitter ring, porcelain be prepared for unaL
met his death.
"One could not do too much her thanks. insulator discs and all other accessories. [ We have stock Sherwin William's Elastic
That was two, years ago. Of course Rex Moore's widow., the man are too kind. Mr. Albery. 1 I ,: Cables are to be laid Mr. and Mr:?. R. Lasadaxf 706 a large :
the Brm had done everything they lie had a curious voice smooth : i t
deserve It. a perfectly
the units with the
could to help her. would have connecting j Caroline street announce the t
They rather toneless, but "
looked after her without offeringher "One sometimes wonders eous took bag her! hand. The-closeness Key West Electric company sys-I I birth ois July 8 of a girl weighing ,: -I Roof Cement and Liquid Roof Cement j

work butj&bejwantel. a )jrt and ihe firm might not be grip was like himself Im- tem according to specification f 7 pound Mother and baby .
would take pw 1t njelaejgrdoviahe.' In! a way. Some slight technical faintly mysterious! dis furnished by the company.: i rare doing nicely fc
had worked ,ier way ipto a good that was overlooked. Anyhow ;; :
-position bt1tI: / oJf1in'the last \ra lesbring things home. heart beat a little faster The first candidate to announce t The Key West nnit of the! Florl w

few weeks that Mark Albery had _"Oh. no. Jolr. Albery. rm sure usual_as she hurried cut of for the position of sexton of the i l ida National <*u i J holding regular We also
come into personal"contact with her. could not blame yourself In building near-the Houses of city cemetery is Harold Baker, drills preparatory to> going to : : are running a special on :jfcCarey's

.He found bKnstlt! interested In i ..-ay.- said- ufte warmly} tat the'rirtjftf tJipTtljiy whose announcement appears in J the proposed encampment to beheld "
her. She had brains. lIe could not at I She looked at his impassive in thtf'roof i>8 ai'oM.liaftH- this i issue! of The Citizen .Mr. Baker August 2 at Pensacola. The i Standard Slate Surfaced : S
first make up his mind whether she' with a kind of hero-worship.in house in Westminster that I is at present employed, by the I local company has been recruited ,
was pretty; then decided thai she eyes. lIe was A spare man of always bright and cosy as a sanitary department and his ex- I to full strength. Roofings 75 pounds was $2.75 e: jJ
was aoL but sometimes looked beautiful dium height, gracefully built an for her little sister to come I ,
when her blue eyes shone and to.
resting figure In his carelessly
the expression of her oval face gant clothes. i Special. $2.25 Roll i jfc

changed from moment to momentin His features had something of were four happy days that CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
Its emotional vitality. Moore spent In Liverpool
Her eyes were the color of lupins them ancient. the Egyptian high forehead carving the her sister. Good Friday and THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK L 1 4
a dark misty blue, and her hair carved the mouth Day she had her an to her
nose -
was red-brown, ]like a glosy!' ripe but close-set the long narrow All Saturday they rehearsed I $
chestnut. She bad a high spirit and eyes, the thick satin-black hair theatre where the new Revue I at clot of basiae.s! J..e 29, 1935, i ifustReceived
And she being produced in which the
guenned. a quick temper. a wide ripple in it. The grave CotBptroIWs Call .
was not a "yes girt"lie ; face was olive skinned. He of dancing girls that Gladys : :

liked that especially in her. As smiled but when he did a to. was one of the brightest I RE3QURCESLeans I .

the head" of a great business he bade charm flashed over it. and Investments .._ $ 303,950.23
men" first night vas a brilliant suc Carload Dixie Galvanized Shingles !
glrlsand "yes
many jes "You had only Just been They were both so excited that banking Hoose Furniture ,
to deal with. Kven the indispensable when poor Moore was lost. I and Fixtures _._... 33,848.51
could sot sleep, and sat up : :
Miss, Dixie was a bit-of a "yes you; he asked. In Laurie's until broad l Stock of the Federal Reserve k Per with nails $6.50 5 5
'We SBTJ agreeing-; : I ; ably l wishg'0s "Yes--only a few weeks. room I Bank ._"_..._ 6,000.00Temporary i square,
Jitris he.said. -V ,., rjJL ; Federal Deposit :8
"It was a cruel thing for you. yet. as Laurie walked along Insurance Fund 1,954.01 0
was a remarkable fellow. station platform to the London United. : :5
States Government :
BUT 'Laurie. Moore: had contra- I ,
Mark Albvry had only spoken on the Tuesda afternoon Obligations direct -
dieted! him several tlmes?'And Laurie about her husband once was a little anxiety In her. and -
fully guaranteed New Low Prices On Screen Wire i
only lat week over that! tiresome fore. It had seemed to him that __;__593664.69 &
matter In which he was up ag':aiitn) shrank from discussing him. But Glad Just a bit too thin! Was I Other Marketable B.ad .:

the Government, she had most :;'nexpecte day he was seized with a life too hard and exciting for and Securities .u__ 200.704.2Y .. ..
desire to probe her mind. She Cask! and due from Banks 437,575.27 1.31.946.17 .
liy made a suggestion that Rifted with such a rich l/ri u. f JS. Coralte- Stantonl ..
crltteitod his own handling of the ment. Such reserves appeared to 11,577.698.92 .
Is coBarecli bp a strange I .
case: It w. a piece of feminine nnatoraL ... fa.ft.re.W. W

-- - -- -- -- -- --- Florida & Co.
Capital __ .._ i< 100000.00 Contracting Engineering j
.. .1 t I S8.906.54 I
eeeeeeeee* eeeee.eeee en in a balloon! for the North violating State law forbidding S.rphs and Undivided Profits e -
ef evolution. Deposits ----._--_ ,. 1,418,782 .
Today In History: .I I and never heard of Again for teaching.- r : Phtnt 598 White and Eliza Street !
$1,577,698.98'Since .
.. .
yesrs when their; dead bodies -Navy munitions plant at .

J821-Spanish flag lowered and i I found Denmark: N. J.. struck bj Jan 1, IMS, we- bare voluntarily relinquished. = "Your home U worthy of the best"
American raised in "t. Augustine; ; killing and wounding $239,000 U. S. Postal Sayings deposits. .- .

Fla. !. U.Blxr .f Federal Reserve System ..

... ...... .. ........ .................... S
1897-Three Swedish explorers 1925-John T. Scopes, 1929-Nev .-man- ize bills in .mtMr of Federal Deport I r- c. Corpora tiea ........ ieeeeee* e eeeeeirA o ........

beaded by Andre* left Spitiberg-' high school!jteffher.put!!5: j l circulation, y -, ,. Us !. GOYERIiMYiT R !tPRY '. _. ::'111111111.1.z






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SAME A1TR Lot Sqr.: NAME: AlI2IT - -- -- -

NOTICE (5' Acre on S side* ef TB en* of Pi-It -- Wygant J. "'__... 3.14 > so5 '
Key West adjacent to Eastern ..rU'ppPr U FI-JO _.. Wygant J. Foster i4. :
Martello Towers. G3-%' 23 ,Ft-ZlS Wygant J.. Foster :2.44ASGLRRS B
C5 Acres ._ PavAmerlcaa Airways laa toilOF e
: 0aa
Not.Uhereby! given that the following: de,erfb* ILA\D KEY LARGO. PT. LOTH' ::10 a. 4. 10.14. LeT* n. 13. :13SRC. : '
'. :.
IB ox-Ik,thereof a. will be necessary to pay the. amount dot few taxes of 14. T.: _I. .. 30S .i ., ..
See. Twp. R. Acres e
1801 herein set opposite to the same, t together with the rout ..t such sal 11
Pt. 0.". Lot 2. Sweeting F. E. ___ 1.41 ill i
and advertisingwill be sold at public auction on ;Monday the Eth day A4-500 10 CO 40 SU Gladden Jos. .." 1573 6 U _.._-- ..ellnlf. F. fiL ..!.___ _'_ 2.43 '

Of August., A. IX 191S. at the hour of 12'o'clo.k mom, MUte Court MooN GoLots1 ad 3: Leeslejr-Jack Properties; i II' .....tlnlt& F. Eo ----_ 2,41TATRR .=

door, the County of Monroe. In the City of Key West State of Florida. D5-111 19 59 41 53K Inc. _..___,._ ___-._ SS.C9 'ER RP.iGRT1! KEY 5.4560. P'.4T ROOK .. P.'GR 155 -
INLAND OF KEY LARGO. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE N 111:11.: OF LOT I .a PT..LOT 2'. IIEe. 34, T"P. 13. R. at Lot Sqr.
_.__ L10
1 134 Waltzes. Ida t..
._ --. :'ot.41. F5-U7 14 Cl 39 10 )(a....... Wnv H. __ 25.41 2 1 DS-S3 Lowe A. Z. A Blanton. L. V. n.44 18 lit ........ C. C. __ .........---_.. 1.:3_
NAME AMT. PL Lot 9. A 2-48 r 28 Cl 39 9H Model. Land Coy ._......_._..._ 2442 I 2.----._. '._. Crlbb' Ellen L -;-- ---- _..- 3.44 11 152 .. Jones C. G.J'Hies. __ __.__. 130 s
PU Lots 1a. 1C, 17, : RBY LARGfi01'. 1\DTTRLOt.! SRI'. PL4.6 5. aFT. I lZ lag ('. G.Rhodes. ... __ ... 1.SOl
PU" ,Trumbe. Island (Air Station Florida East Coast Hotel 18. D310233 11 39 4H Johnson. W. B. ..... .-_ -.- 14.74 !SEC. :11. T" P. 55. 1t. 45. PLAT ROOK a. P.'GE na 1 153 Scott F __. .so

AlttL) __._ ,,- Co. ..... .---5 100.C4Albnrr. r IM.A.ND OF KEY LARGOPt. 27 I Iliami Bank A Trust 'o. ._ 1.13 :1 157 Ayres, Emile M_ .. .... ..... I..,.

Lot Sqr. Gov. Lots 1 28 0 .___.__ _.:=:: : .::::::==:= Lucas, Asna .... .. ._..__.__ 1.13: : 176 --- --- A c. J. Lao
Pt. 4 20O of W. C-4S A1.190 Miriam Est __.._ SO.42 : i.t1"R. : :
a Lucas. Fannie _.. .._ ... 1.41 1 182 .._ ::_.: 1.34
.. 1 23 G2-1C8 .-- Stuart David Fay M __ 25.42netaney. 2. C2-1J.O. Dl- it 1wii""": "' : =:-:=: : -- :-= :: 1 18ft .... .
It ..:: : :: :::: Surhurhan Holding Co. :: : George A. __ ._ 1.3.
._.. 2.45t tvyev.
174 .....__.. 23 C2 31at: Bigelow.; Frances H. et al 4100
P1. 2. 241' B3-223 .:':' .:.----t Sybil C _._._._..._ 1M24 2t11 Gl-U.. _.. .. .. Iturbeebaa HoWiDt e... __ 2.45 18* _
It. 3.: 32 Bl-30 !.---- Uoaerts. F. __. _.._ 3042/ I9..ANI> WT KHV k.ARf.0 PLAT B4)eft .. PACK: 54 -- --- : 184I -
Pt. I 33 A-lS.U :\ D ngo, Sebastian Jr. ..._.._._ %5.UJ .. I KEY LARGO COTT."GE IIIU P."RK. PL.'T0.: .. P.'T BOOK 2P. I 188 _._ ._...._. .
---t lot 12, H4-311 __.2734| C2 38 3 Sterling Amutal ......____.._ 1L41 _
>t., Z.JC. (H.45 _______ FrleLro, Francisco R. __._.... 05.371Albury. ._R" So POP. 55I. D. OW?'. ... R. 4. 1S8 ....___ _
It.' 21' 34'.,A of W. 353Pt. '.,..._.+:; Charlotte J. _........_ 75.30 ISLAND! eF KEV LARGO. PLAT ROOK 1. P4.GE H* I _.. Miami Hank Trust __ I i 188 _.__ _........__ :
4 '38 J-lll-9 __.._ TutUe, E. B. _......._..._.._..._ 40 40 Lot C, B5-15 _...... 34 C2 38 5 Cusbman. John B- .__........ IS.41 i i :::---=:::=..:=::=._..::===== Sliami bank : Trust : .... Hi \I 22* __ ..---..._- --- ifiII IIro..C..4
It 3. 44 D3-247 _"_'_"_ Carey, Mary Lillian ___.... 25.41(Lot IS. Cl-592 _.. 34 C2 38 J. Darrach, Grace 1\. ._._..__ :24."2 _.._. ._... ._ Miami Hank Trust .... 236 -_---------
Pt '2'" '4a 03-1" __. I McCauley Sybil K. .........- 15.41Bradr. ULA"O OF KEY LARGO PLAT BOOK .. PAGE B* I 3 :2 _.__--.--.-__._ Miami Bank k Trust Ca .._ I.U 236 .....-_..... -.V...... .....
It. 1 48.. U3-233....... .. Hillis 1741Thompson. 4 3 __.__.._.-._ _. Miami Bask k Trust Co. I.U I 249 ------ .... .. ._..
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Pt 4 48 ZZ-285 ._ =:::.==z: Samuel W. _..:::: 17.49 Lot_ 0, D-!:!. __ 0 C2 39 IS Albnry, Edmund m'_____ 4S.40 Ii I D3-tO: _.______...__.... "Freeman Eloise 31. ___m'''_ I.U 249 -

...... 2 52 ) .-S3"' _-__ H.rrmaon, Aaaa __.__ 1.U DOTE KEY C I Miami Rank A: Trust Co. m' 1.4ii ,
Pt. 1.2 55 G3-40 ..._.....__._ Frlero. Francisco 5T .__..__ 4O.4. Lot. fit-200 13: C2 :18 4% Webster Jas. O ---_-- 545CHIT. I :I ___._...._...__.. Miami Bank B. Trust Ca 1.43I MAINLAND. PLAT' BOOK 1. PGB 174
Pt. 2 it (13.246 McCauley. Sybil E. _.._.._.. 20 41 Lot 2. GI-I08 18 C2 39 3,. "Webster Jas. 0.. _..___ 1.45TAVKRNIEK i Miami Itank :Trust: Co. 1.43 1EI':*. 3. 4. A .. TW P. M. R. 3tKCTIO
V.*. 3 SC At40958 _' .? ?-,- ..--._ Cash, Robert H. ..._ 30.42 9 3 =-= := =::: =:=::::==::::: :: Miamt: : :: Hank : Trust Co.: : :: 1.43 :Ij

Pt 3. Za: 11. t. Guiterrex, Celia ._._._...._ 30.42 : KEGo \ I 18 I __.____.__.._._ Miami hank A Trust (".. J.4i _.-._ Sholl Ola H---------..___. ISO
Pt. 1 59 D2-4H4 A5-140 Peterson. C. L. &: Uamle ....- 45.41 >. Lot 1. CS-77 :35 C2 38 11 Mataotimbe Realty Co. 4431bov. 't 11 3 ___ ._ ---- ---- -_ .. Miseui Hank 4 :Trust: Co. 1.45 1 ._-.- = $hha4F, (* lt. ... ..... ._..... 130
Pr. :rpt 04 T)3-114 __ Sands. Ftossie. Pi _.._....____.- 35.41 I Lot I. C5-77 113 31t 9}. )tata9tmbe! Realty Co. ........ 545PtANTVTION 12 3 ::===::..L.--------: : : :: :: = Miamt: Rank A Trust Co.: :::: 1.45: j W Ise. May .. 1.10

1 02 WW-U .____ ._-., C .one.ll. Fernanda _"__". 2741Paloraares. KKY OH LO\iA ."LA\IJ. PLAT. DO.K. .. PAGE 70Pt. "r.R'tl'lI RR4CR KEY "'RG... PLAT BOOK .. P.4GPeI: __ ...- Robinett, Mary f 130

f4 t Sqr. Ti'.AIU" L. Ho.... Let I. Mrp* K 0$. 13. SEC. 3TNP.. 12. H. 3tt ---=-------------- -- iwle, Luther D __..__ .__..._ : iso

P*. 12 1 feusaana. MarceUno.H.t.43.. 10.44Dudlse. D3-C8 .. _____ 4C3 3811H Kellum. Medford Rosa 32.71 4 4 D-4n _.....:........ ............ .... liaad Olire .h......__ 1.4i ----. __. __ Rhoades. Scott Mr*. ..-.-.- .. 1.0
Pr hKfc' of YEt\ I ..
PL 1 S J... .. .._.._..._ __ 150.37Flettas POI C1A'c4. MINLANI PIT BOOK. .. POSH 1T4
4. rowers
FS-SU ; PI'II.T.. 1141NLtt\D. PI.'T It04Hi .. Roar s2 .
C5-7C ....... 5 Cl 31 1 Matacumbe Realty Co. ......_ 3.74PLANTATION : -..C1.
3. ...
It. 4 & 4 A2-212.-14 __..'_ Serundlna ......._. ..... CO.38Corra4. I'T.t.! ; ". 2. A ::1. T\\ 1'. S4. H. S" 4. a 0. TW" P. H. 31
Pt. 1 ft 4 1-557 .. Luis ... __-___,_. 45.40 KEY OR LONG LND.. PLAT BO K 1. PAGB O4 "SKCTION

Sub. Lot Sqr.Tr, Lot 2. Fl-310 .. '. 78 03 38 44 Williams Nellie L. _........_ 8835 9! t' Grossman Fred F. _.__. 118
78 Pt. 4 8 4 Gl-549 _____ Bodlne.. Susanna II. ...___.. .. to.34< Lot 4, C4-185.. .. 7,8 C3 38 40 Vi Watkins Properties lauIl.U ..y t I Iwe II iG Poinciana Co----------___, .__ I.:30
Ptof Al-194 _._.___ Bald-sarre. Soldano 'm.m -._. 2Gonxalea. ..n PLATATIOKF.1' OR LONG ISLA\13 ... U at Grosvman.!! Fred F--------__________.._ l.n
Lot 8qr.Tr. I "' II is Spear. C. A. __.... ....._ LJt
Brltran >.. (Roberts fJov.. Let 2. C4-18C 7 C3: SS 41U Catkins Properties Inc. __ 8335 ;:; :c I Ig .
lo Lot C4-11C 17 03 3* > \\atkins Ine. 145 POtflAA. N.4LLAiI1. PUT BOOK 1. P'KR.174.Hl.C .
Pt. 5 2 3 D2-315. D3-77 ...... Hernande. ... et ux.) 15.71 1. .. Properties J a .
l>t. 2 1 114-110-1 .......__...__ Costar J H. -_.____....-... SO.42Larsrn l[t. (;ov. Lot 1. -- 'I .a ymF ". :S. 4. A fv. TW P. ... H. :31

Pt. i 4 C $.SU __._._...._ Bernard L. _........__.. 27.41 C4-18C ._. .... ..._ It 43 :38 51'!& Watkins FrovfTllfS Inc. 117(2 :. > s ..... e $\! \IECTJO':
Pt. Gov. Lut 2, I = -. I 10 3 ____ Albury. Roger L. .._.__._... 110
WAUUF.LLlflUIISIOY i. PLAT BOOK. I* PAGE 2* C4-ISC .___ ... 18 C3: 38 20'hVtkins Properties Inc. i].C9 CCu5 i Sai-0 23 Ii __._ McKenna. Kathryn __ __'___ 110

... i 47 YV-3SC_..__ Roberts Cleveland ___.... .. Z6.U Pt c...... Lot 4. ., I 21 __.__ 'arsons., lL Co A Assa _.._.._... L30I
Pt I. 44-Ue.: ...... .. IS C3 38 11% Watkins 1'ropertlee Ine. 35.71 J .. .... i-o '-.'-- -.. .:d IC 23 ____._ l'olndaDa Co. ........_____ .30
13 4 Z A4.545. Bl-3 ... Larsen Lou to 30.72 PL4.T.4TIOSl' KEY OK LO'Co ILA\D. PLAT BOOK a. PAGE ael Lot Sty.f' 111 n ___.___ ParIIII. H. C. J Asna __..__ 1.30
IL 4 J A4413A4411 -__ .:::::::_ Park Gee,
/ t 13" 4 7 _..___......-. Park. Geo. G. __.___._... 4540: I 1 I 4 4 3 __'___._._.-___._ Turner J. H. ._....... .... ....... .. 1.3. ..11iJt 2 2J ___ )Me7)onaid Samuel _""'_'''___...._ 1.30
BENJ. AI.DI T'S "s" j'RDI'leteT.: BOOK 1. P. GB 255 ... tGgW1\DL0:% .""". '0. FLAT nOOK a. PAGE H e32.13$ _._ .. .,. fly-ale, V. -.... _...... .. .01 I 31 ____. McDonald, Samuel __.___. ... 1.10

Ptj)3.o. Lot I. : _._. _..._._ _._ .. Turner t. ..: .... \ .01 I ife Juhnsoa A.toit ..__._. ._ _. 110
: (1.411. tmuApj J i ;
4 1 t t t:3e __:._.._ Archer. .._..-._--.. 440 ..4 :_ U : 37 7 Ru.1 Lenoy _.___._ 20.13ISLAJ55OF : = ; -.r
... I i E Sl
.......... ._ Eloker 2 .01 Nelson (scar 130
Pt. 2CPt 1 7 VV.U5 ..._._........_ Carey J. T. P. _. ..__...._ 2542 tP.U: 'T.U"IHF.: : PLAT BOOK 1. PAGJo: 41 :----- < 3 al =-==._._ Nelson: : (scar ::: ::.:: ._'_' ,.._ .a'_.. 130L30:
i 2 7 VV-I03.----t__.__ Kn4";1.S Mary S. "--'r-'" 4540. Lot 3, 842.130 32 63' 03s Prawn, Richard 100.34 3 53 Axel .__ 1. .
89 3 7 Il-In 'n' n_............. VarVla Lutes ._._..._......... .. 35.40 : :'t Lot 3. R3.33415i2' 13t.; ; 33 ilunsatvatge, 3lerlln'-=::::-: 100.34: Johnson i. -
Pt.I'.1I 3 .1i fft: I.Tir.inrIk"r ff, Susanna I!. .....,__... 50.IS ,Pt. Lot 4. D3-ZU- 'I'\F.c'IUIIT! H..atiiHTIi. SI.U\L.4\D.. PLAT ROOK'1.: P.4GE 138 PO."(".,,, '. M"l\I.tMl. ...... B OK 1. PAGE 174
J and %27'-U' U'? 37 Peaeork Margarita Valle 3.12 Sw13. llYor P"'-. .. P. ".. R U :' t23 M':(" :a. 4. R T\p. SM. ft, 31. .'

: PLot .. Pt. Lot 4. .D.IU ; Patten Doris I. ....___........._ ".44 t (12.252 ....__.... __ :Mearham, w..n.yJt.. ----4. 1.2. ... sFTIO0 '1" A
Sqr. T ..t. Lot .. DZ-U' 2iiU3. 2%S Archer Charlotte U. ___ 13.44 (12-253 Meurham. KPliey 1i. 1.39 .01 15 7 _____ Folia, R. H .. ...._...... .. 130
20 3 10 Ol-SOS Ph.lan. Jnhn J. H.t ..ft ''I't. Lot 5. 1t3-454 Potter IJernle!: S. ..._...__ 1'.44 ; : (12.232 :::: ::: ::: :: Meacham: : Chas..R.! ..;:::;t 1.35: .01 ,14 18 ____ Challener. Edith t_ Mrs.Mtanton. ... 130

21 3 I' nl-iO _._.__.__._ I'h.-Ian. John J. .tal __ 7." JSI.A'D OF I'PPF:1I MATACCBBF. Sf 4 (12-252.. ...... ___....... :M..arham. Chail. !S. .........._..... I.:. ..013a 15 1C2S __.______ Floyd. .._.____.. 130
22 3 10 01-585 .___ Ph.lan, John J. etal __" 7.44 Pt. Goy. Iota 1. _..__._....._ _._ Ritchie. Riorraee A. ,,""m" 1.3. .81 21 _____ __ Xorm..nt, J. R. __ _'_'''__''_ 1.10
21 3 1. 01-505 ____,. .b.lan, John J. .tal ...__.... 7." 2, 3. U-%" 1. C U :z. 334 Lumley 8. Saunders __ 14.14 POI,.CL4"... :w ..,LU., PLOT' MN/K a. PAGE 174SE4'q. 12 25 ___..____._.._.... Signorini. Luicrt .... ._.....__... a.:.
24 3 It 01-50. Phelau. Juhw J. etal i.U 1'1. Ii..". Lots 'I,' s. 4 A 1. T\\ P. G& R. StIECTNT lit 27 0-13t 'nn_..__. Woods (". F. ... .. __._._.. 1.1.
25 2. I' UI-i85 ___ Pbelan. John J. scat 7." I 9 28 Graham Jesse H. ._ 1 30
20 3 I' GI-505 Phelan. John J. .c.1 1.U Pt.!. Uuv.:I. .a-31.Lots. 1.... C U 3. 2 Herrick. Eunice iO.n 1 10 28 ===--===== Graham. Jesse H. ::::::::::::::::=:_.:. 13: *

27 3 10 01-i05 Phelan John J. .t.1 7.U %. 3. t04-330._ 'U 3. 2&. Ford, L. N, .__ :lO..Z .
28 1 10 GI-5O Phelan John J. eta 1 7.14 9 POI>CI"> *. 1AtL.tiD.. PUT BOOK 1. PAGE 174
Sub Sqr. Tr. 1't. Coa wt. J. .y F4': 0. 3. ... A 5. TWP. $L Pt. 31
:. 3. ".3'314 "._ 0 U 37 t "ferrle-k. Eunice __ :lC"U .. SLCT94e' 2'a
ft 10 10 1)2-271 avarr... Mary R. 1."$ .
10 10 10 D2-271 _._.____ Navarro Mary It. T_ i.45 1'l. Ho. Lots _I. 4 7.Eir : t t'harle. ... 130
%. 3. 7)2-$20: U 3T 1% Lumle : Sousders 1.7'
Lot :: .. .__ ._ .
Sqr. Tr. ... a t ___ ef'rmall. t'barl n. __ 1.30
Pt. 2 3 11 D3-231 Rican, Frank; ,'.37 i\DIAN: KEY -=- I IoIt II 9 __._.____ Brown Eilurard C.-___. 1.101C

Pt 3 3 11 03-" ____...__ Frieiri. Francisco I R. __ 8'.31 Lot I. (fl3.0.:; U U 31 1s. H..arth, Casper 15.4Q C : I. 3a ___._ Bwhma K, A. ......_m_. ___. L3t
S.... Lot Sqr. Tr. 3 tc
17 l t.. 4 11 Dl-334 ___. Perex, Benito 2741 IIft.LL KEY yc ;; I POI' "I"" \.'. 'HtrUtNI. PI 4.T ROOK PACK 174
2 PU 1 > 11 CI- l __ Park.. ;... & 50.39 Loo I. E3-2$$ 25. U 3C 44 s. Bouttelacer SI _. 24.41 ? At:. e, a. 4. .. TW P. 6* R. 31

Pt. 3 Pt. 1 0 11 C3-51 _____ Parks Geo.. (i. ._.....____ 1044 LoK 1. 3-U' :Ui U 3' 1834 iloulte. linear M. 3..40.. C I ..EITiO\
Pt. 3"L 1 9 11 YY-299. HI......... Enrique __ 2041 L0.1' KEY 4 F4-Ut- __....___ Grant K H1.30'
4 Pt. 1 9 11 YY-299 Gispert Enrique ___ 7037 Lot 1. Except 7 : Smith : r. 51.30a 17 4 P4-1!' _......._. _._ Grant. B. H. ... ........_____... L30
I P'1 > 11 TT-299 -__ Gispert Enrique _._ 3042 R W. W-3n. A- ===- === Smith; C.: : ..- 1.3 1C 7 _..__n.n.m_ \\'ood llle. B. J. .. .___._____. 1.10
Co, -__ __--- .___- 1.311 4 9 _._.._...__..__ McCrea. Frank .. .. ....... 1.30
1:. tio WATSOSCBD1415i0.". 1-255 hi _._ L 55 ai: 34 PIa. East!! Coast Hotel ("Ao ---- -- I Ig -"--
Pt. Lot 1, Except .. i !i :::= = E Emma F. __._=:: 1.251 2 19 ..__..__.__.__.--.... .nnlnR'. James E;. A Catherine J. 130
Lot qr. Tr ====:: Corselia M. _.._. 1.35 9 2O _..__ Raaer Maggie _r.__'" 1.30PQIMIV
9 3 11 D3-233 _....__...._..-_ Maj-tines Ma __ 35.40 111w.! W-'I..A- ( .......... .. Grace, Alma 11. _.... r.
4....1- __ 7 C. 35 :39 Fla. East Coast Hotel Co. : *. l Al\L.O\D. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 174SPA'S.
1,000.:1 ( Alma E .._...:. !
2 __ .... bare, =
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NEW FUftNII HA It BOH KKH 3 g ___._..;........_. ; Crace, L A. ._.._--._.. === -
Pt. 14 I 11 D-U (.a.I_.... Ivadell 40.40 Lot 2. B2-3CO 10 C7 29 23 Cook Perry A. & Beatrice ''i .:JCL..LR 4 =- llraee, 1. A .._...._...._ _. OF.S'TIW%
G. \VAT40V4 SIBHUISIOV.! I-2OO i 60 .,. trae'f'. Value A. ..........-...-..---- i I ___ Nelson' bear F _...._...._... 130
TORCH K.a'Lot c 90 ___._.____.._.___ trars. Yallt@ A. 1.3'1 6 4 F4-US Stews Emma B. ......__........._.... 1.30
Pt. of 1:1: F5-H _._. __.__._ Row. Angela Diaa de I. 20.43MOFPATTS 7, G3-393 10.C. 29 31% Torch Key Farms Inc. 7738 !9 12 _.._.__.__.. Travis. J. F. ..... 7 IS _.___ Brown OMda A.Stanten. .- "-. 110
Ron'a..o'l l-1 Lot 3, D3-215 21 CO 29 1 Torch Key Farms In... .._ 2.45 10 U -.----- Tr.\"I. J. F--------.._. _ Ii 30 .___ C. W. &. C. J. _._.. 1.='
Lot Sqr Tr. RAMROD KEY I fa Hunt. Monica F. _'_'_'_'_ JC 3. Stamen. C. W. Ic.: C. J. .. 130

4 11 AS-lilt ___._L--:, Saunders: Leon C _'_n..." 25.42 Pt. Lot L Gt-439 3r CO 29 1 Grove Farms Inc. .... 24. 5. .5 __. ...__........__ olunon. .Aclolf _. 5 39! _____ _.___: Putnam Chas. M. .._...__... .. 1.30
1 -. CC 14 1:1-311 _. .- .___ ___ __ .Frieirn Francisco i R.g _.._. 2542 _... Shady 5 1C _____..._._.__....._....__ Johnson As.I ...._._..__._ 1'3'1 H. ; Harn.man K. S 1.30
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Lot 1 C2-5 4 C C7 29 23
Henderson. Sarah K. al !6.4a ; :
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C 14-D3-4:4 .. Cire 2.04C 7 79 ... .... Ebiks H. -
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I r 1 : 14 3'10 __.__._._..Carey:. Sybil.4..4.: ._.j ...n.?.43.43. : -* "(4.'R ..0".' I 3$ :_:::. := : :::::::.:.: Folks: : :;. f.: )C.: :'::::: : 4. 48ftr- -. _H'_. McCryst4T'oPdinciaiM *.-- ..,._-:.._..- .. 1 10

lot 3. H4"31 CC 28 .21., Wright. C. Irving _._.__....._. t 7. __._.__........._...__.._ lIollinlf..bf'a.l, J. M. --'- 13 51 Co..' inDIAMONDBALL
e Lot 5, Fl-78 __.... 31 CC 28 721 Wright, C. .)Irving _-.._... .. IS'1//
I' I 1C YY-I85' _., Gate Thou. H.1NF It.U Schnneck Adeline. 4 Rom ; ,

KC1K!iT TMKNT CO. lL'Bon'ISIO'l Lot 0. D -IU _... 1:: 07 27 43i.. :Mary L. _...___ I .
35550.5..555e55.5..s5.5 O I .- : S
1 17 A3-584 &: 374 F. K. (". Hotel Co. BOCA CHICA I WY. :c cI

Z 17 A3-584 & 374 __,..- F. E. C. Hotel Co.3 ...__ Lot 7, F5-514 _.__ 33 C? 2C 10U Powers Joseph F. 10.44 FOLLOWINGTHROUGH _0.., .
17 A3-584 & 374 F. E.:: C. Hotel Co. _._ Lot 1. F5-515 _. 34 C7 2C 24 V* liodine. Susanna H. __ 2442 I : c"Q- .i1
4 17 A3-5S4 & 374 F. E. C. Hotel Co. ___ Lot 1. 1)2-02. G4C95 : : : .. a Ia...

5 17 AI-58' & 374 F. E. C. Hotel Co. __ .._ -.... 1 C8 25 44&. Finder Hazel I. ".'_'___'__ CO.C8MAMl01V I 'l e51o.y e 'iiHiI
1 17 A3-584.1: 374 F. $::. c. Hotel Co. ____.. 5.4.83 e1 4463
IIK'( ... Bile TOBI..: PLAT BOOK 1. I'AC.B 1C4SI \1 :
5 7 17 G1-52C F. F.. C. Hotel Co. _....____ n.n B. OF I.OT :3. E3f. CM-' !SE3s! SKC. 2. T\\ P. 00. R. S* I CCS > ilJI
I 7 17 G3-52C F. E. C. Hotel Co. __ 15.n ..i-o :'Q.

1 1 17 Gl-527 _.._ .'. .:. C. Hotel Co.F ___ 15.n Lot Sqr. Lot 4 .it ._ 8 It: 1_ H..t..11 _. _5 1.1.5
Pt. "oftV. CJ Irwin
__ .... __ __ ___ ..
13 13 K3-120- .._ __ ._ Hale C.,... B. m _.._ -. .. t.t*
8 1 17 G3-5Z7 _.___ K. C. Hotel Co. ... 15.n II ___ K.. 'I.TI
--i Palm "'Iand1113 143: Cl 34 15034 11.ah.y. Sarah _
14 .. __ ._ JOVE) r
1:1: 7 17 A3-584 ._ F. E. C Hotel Co. _.._..__ 1..43 13 13 B3-12 E3-120 :==:= --. :::= hale Hale: : Geo.Ck-ov li.1- ::: :: :::_:_.:...: : 145 1.45IS (By :4. Ue Acres of :NE3i' __________ 33: ca 34 JIIO S.r."ky, .1. A. _. Gi.n
---- --- -- -- --
14 1 17 A3-584 __ F. E. C Hotel Co. ._..... 15.43 555 s.SSSSSI .Ne55SSCS.SO tv34 of %V74 ofV34 2-2tA "-"_ 2 54 U II' I..ludlle. H..rl A. 1.4..M
III 13 KJ-12H ___ Hale, c..... IS. __.........._____ 145 .
Ii 7 17 A3-584;; ..._..._ .'. K. C. Hotel Co. __ Z5.U ___.. .... -....... 1V'3 of W% dr NSV ci3.:!:. U3-Ut 11.54 ::14 to J.JJ\IIO.y.! UfOnrl A. 4.81 ..04Sv72
17 13 K3-120: .. ...... Hale. Ue... U. ...... ....._... _._.. J.45
1C 7 17 A3-584 _..._...._ :5.4 .m. Chelo Castillo is back in : ___. ___ ..... ___...___..__ _.. 750 ...
F. E. C. Hotel Co.Roselle. : Tampa nf NW'4 23 54 34 III Iloidsteiw. harry
........ .. .... .. .. ..
18 13 K3-120 .. ... Bale Geo. B. .. ._..._.... ._ 1.451C
:3 13 17 C2-50C ......._..__ .Farrar Xerxes "_'___ 1'.44 bad ankle It bea ,IIn. Fractional .-._.-.....________......._.2111 U 31 334 I-'a..on.. H. C I/: Anna 1.45
'lJ 17 G4-2I2 ___. __.__._.__ R. ___ It.U 22 D.-295 Lesnlch. Alex 145 nursing a may 04-3 ..._._.... 7.n
: Fractional lit "JeDou&1
Mary 17 22 O3-295 ..._ ___....... Lesnich? Alex ::::::::::::.::: : = 1.45IS : of :N34 35 11 JIIO Axelaon. "far,
10 13 17 G4-2I2 _. __ Uoselle Mary K.liaker. _._.. 1.41 -- month before he can again join I 1833 .t X% tll-3 ......___...._.._...m 34 39 21 lieAsf'I_..,. Mary ;I..IOug.1 _'_ 7.41
22 l>3-29: ...._____......__ .. _.._....__.._._
C II 17 Cl-445 __.._ Rosalie M. _.______. 15.431.. 1 Lesnich. Aler LHOGKR the Tallahassee Capitals.Bill 'Hz Fractional .......-.-..... 31 S8 :s. U& I iAoou..I."lelet __._.__....._ .1'.12
1 If 17 Cl-445 _...__.__ Baker Rosalie M. _..._ It.H LOKMB.. I1U. PINE ROW I$ .. 328 Meltougal. Violet 1423s
1 IT 17 112.1 _n"'_ McNabb. Elizabeth C. ...' ..... n.H PLAT BOOK 1. PK.K 10::. SI B. OF ..... .:% Of :NR%. SRC. 3d.TM ,I %z : ::: : ::---::::::.=::::=:::=== !; : ; 32. McDougal: Vlole: $ :::::: :::::::::::::=: 14.23

Pt. 9 n 17 (11-1---------_ Johnson. Frank W. ._.___.. 5.431t .. 1'. ... 11.20 .. 32 325 )Ielougal, 14.23
11 11 Ul.JU _..___._ Johnson Frank W. ._... $3.37 11 B5-270 .-.-. ___.. ._._ .. ._ Sterling E. C. ._m.. .. .._.... 145.. Cates is again playing at a I I she fli-ii'--: .-::::-:: :::: : ::::=:===:: :: :: 32 225 A.a.laon Mary loo."g; ;; '=::=== 14.23:
great clip with. Saaford in> theCentral 833 64.23 .. ... ._....._- 18 it 32 Ult .AselllOn Mary .DoII&&I' __.._______ 1123AJl
PINK HK tT. Bill PINE KE1. PLAT ItOAK 1. PAGE .:a.. Florida league. In. the first 04-ZZ.: ::5<: ___...__.__.._.. IS it II Cft Axelson Mary .Dougal .________ n.se
172 11 Ai-He I.und. Arthur G. 3i... PT. LOT 2. KC. 23. TW P. CB. R. S-. : I All fH-U. 15 ......h________ 20 il3% 440 --.S-n;, Mary f..Doug.1 .....__ 17.11'
11 2 II Ai-431.._.........__ Lund Arthur G. 15.44 :3 a F5-115 _.... _.. ._ .. .. Adams. George W---------- 1.45 game: of the second half he per- All (14.23. 23 ......... ._.__ ;30 it 32 U' 'ASf'In. Mary .1..Doug.1 _._ n.tIC
1 :3 111 AI-21C. .._.........._ 1Iattb..... Edward A. C0.31 4 33 UT-4S __m. Thompson Louis.- ........? 1.4i formed at third like a big leaguer Sonf. N% :4-2: m_'. ._ 3. lit SZ... Ase'-n. Mary MCDOUsa1 7.tl
12 11 II F5-179 __.._, _.._ Parks GeorE; G. _... iUS PALM .LL.' BIG PINK: KE1.. PLAT. BOOK 1, PAGE KLIBA SIs of N3o H-U .?......- -_._.. 3S it 32 L&4t Axelso5, Mary McDougal I.tl
27 I II Al-183 '.--. ".m. ____-__ Knoules. Alfred P. __n_ 2442 H. ..A.K.NIT4L 'I'B. OF LOT K. with seven chances and no errors. 8th ot :N' % CH-I' .....__._._... 33 i' IZ U. Azelson Mary loIefoulfal ......_._ 7.tl
12 1 It A4-493 -... _....._.._ Hicks Clifford G. 15.U SEC. ;;s. TU P. ... K. 2. He batted out a double and a sin- Hi of 8% 04.2 ..._......__.. 7 $0 32 UO ASf'I8On. Mary 1kDeUg.J ..--......_ 1.41 4
12 1 It A4-493 ..-_.______ Hick Clifford (). _._ IiUtH. 34! of S34 (4.22 .. .....__...._..__ 8 lit 32 UO Allelson. Mary JoIdouc.1 ... ... ..__. i.tI
1 It A4-493 -.- -. HK-(.. Clifford G. 1..44l Rates Martha K. Dukes gle. He's going strong.
15 HicXa. Clifford XJ, 15.43It ft 5 B1-287A,: B3-559 -_ _. _... M. L. ._. "__...__'. _._---. 1.75S
l 1: .441493; Fawntt. John
13 0 n DI-71 Fawcett. John C. 10.44 Il 5 B2-287. B3-55 *__ It L. .__.'-_.- .. _. L7S Joe Louis full name is Joe Louis H.
4 1 20 B ofV.. C-4S. A4- 9 A5-38 __. ._y._ Calkins.I Llda It.---------:::::: :: ::: 145 Barrow and he bails from Ala ,

302. A -Ult Albury. Miriam. Eat. __ 1172 1 1O lJ-UIt __...._..___ : :;?_ Howlnrton. Carrie E. ._..._. L45 .
-5 I ZO B of W. C-45. A538 24 10 D1-4U .,.-_._ .- _. .- Howlnicton. Carrie B. ._ __ 145 bama. Tax Collector! Monroe County

,. I ,' .. Albury, M.irla! i >q. EsU 15.73 22 IS* B2-431 _. ...._...?_._ Travers.; W. F. ..-*,..-....:?.- L45 ---. .
C i 20 A1-1i U. ii.? Park. 1&41 23 13 B2-431 ._ J__ Travers.. F.i..:.....___...' :Lob ; -
4" f 9 2. A4-311: _. ...._..._ Finder. Kalpfc H.Alburr. __...._ 20.43 24 13: B2-43I __... __ ... .. ._____.._._-_.: "'ra.erF.. .._A._._ -.45 Max Baer married the girl that \
Ii 23 :1 J>>- 'i _......... .-... 1r irim f sU ..._... ._ i.45 8 15 D.U574 _._ -.__ \V Ix. DL L. & Dearborn. R. F. 1.45 cold shoulder. He her
gave a met
1 U 21 A4-it.I .1._.-t--. Adat14: .Ja.t--j. : t2>.42 .Bates Martha B. A hikes SERVICE TEAMDOWNSJEACONS NO MAJOR i LEAGUE I

1 47 21 U5-Ui .... ...._._ EntwlstleFMl l-C.: .____.m_....... 2.45 22 20 Ba- a.t. B3-55' .__...-i.___ M t. ._ __. -. -. .----- .- -: 1.75 at a party where she IItHcI she
KET "BEST :.DATIO% f0'S.! STBUiVMIO 1 23 D2-2M _.._....___ Taylor,Isabel __.__._.. ... 1.45 didn't care whether he ate or not.
... I 30 F1-3C. _n....__..__... .- Ayres. fcmil. E. _. 1.45
PLAT BOOK 1. r CK 153. FLIT0.. J 3 is I>l-4.a __________________ Ayres P J. __ :==::.= 1.45 GAME TONIGHT GAMES YESTERDAY

Lot Sqr. 3 30 D1.444. _.__ ___..-..._....._. ..n' Ayres> P. J. __'". 1.45
34 7 (!-. ..-.-. ..- .-.._._, Tuell. Samuel 11.-- 545 They want a crowd to watch
JI 11 G4-3XC .__ _... .. Ladd. KoUlul Maria .._.__... .SIA KAOWLE. % SI:.. BIG PINE: KEY PLAT BOOK k rAGa .19WH King Levroeky and Joe Loan I
12 II G4-3SC .. u. .. -.. Ladd, bulali Maria .._ _..._ i.4. OF *W,.. "E('. 23: TWP. ..> .. 2 5 DIAMONDBALL CAME LAST U..cl" f. The nll_)

:;':1' "":11'1' 5VL\I14TIOT: 4:0"l." sLBD1YISLOT I 1 Bl-72 _..____n'._ Albury. Wilnu, Mae 1.45.. fight. It's beyond me. You shouldbe I CB- JOVE) NEW YORK July 10.-No

PLAT BO >K I. PII .'c..$ t_ r-->. .T >G. 3 1 1 Bl-72 __..._. _.-__ .. Albuo. XV Ulca Ma .._. 1.45 able to find, fish all over the EVENINC RESULTS IN The Bees games were played in either the
will tackle the
2 Bl.72 ___ __ ._ Albury. Wilma Mae ____ 1.45 Busy
II G4-S8C ... Lad.l. R.Ulia Marl .. .-. :s.UII. I 4 Bl-72 - .. Albury. Wilma Ma _... ._ 145.. place after the go. I I National or American League yes
14 11 (14-3$' ......... ._.. .. .._,., Ladd. Eulalia Mart ...___. a.u 22 Bl-72 -.. Albury. Wilma Mae _n '_'n .. Loa SCORE OF 10 TO 9 new Recreation tan in the open- terday bNauM of the aQ-&tar

r KEY WRIT FOINU; % rO"lo." IIIRD'18.: .. II 4 HI-73 ..__. ... ..n .. Albury. Wllma Mat ..___.. 1.45 Thcro fan champions ing game of the Senior dianwnd-j which was held at Cleve-
PL.T BOOK. 1. P.'GJo: 153.: PLT NO. 1ardlow. Zt 5 Bl-72 __ ._... __ ...._n..._ Albury. Vf Um. :Mae .__..._ 1.45, vei game

.29 14 D3-UI.m..... .. ...,. ..-_ Charles. It.KKV .. ...... IQ.U ,4.0S %CI_ BIG PINE KKY. PLAT BOOK 1. PACK ._ the heavyweight class from 1908to (By JOVE) ball league at Bayviev Park tonight land Monday.

: WKST\ relNUATION. 4'o'S." III.U."III'-: PT. UOV. LOT 1 3. BC. 2-v TV P. .-. N. :3* i I 192&: Johnson, Willard, D mp- The Social League got under II Players' wh participated ra this

PLAT BOOK .. PAGE 172: ANI) ::*:. P\T N4K 3 i sa F1-3C ._ .__..._.._n..._. Sands, Nina I_ _._ __. -._ 1.45' Icy and Tnnney. Since then there with forfeit. annual major !league affair were
lat! night a The The Recreation
way aggregationhave
2 2 (U'-II _. .. _... F..atwlaU.'V1a.. H.----------- INN 5.BD5TISOS; or' KRAVST KKV. PLAT BOO 1. PARR alre.RCS.sA21TWP416.R.3a I have been five with that crown on I traveling back W. their respective
Cave 1na outfit default
won. by few
a new players.
;MVITTK-.LO TO""E." FLAT' BOOK 1. P4.GH I.l..t : 1 their head; Ma Scfencimg Star-I teanMUHowever
2* 1 F514S _. .. .. _._ __ Sterling Dvmoat' %..45 when the-. Bermuda Bakery team This contest will start promptly

4 fk.r.i Tr.27 G-431 .___...mm.......... .. Freeman. Mary E. A W.... A. Ii.U 21 1 D2-4I Sterling, Alva C ....- n .n"- 2.45 i key, Camera. Max Baer and now failed to "show t>p" promptly at at 8 o'clock. I play in both leagues
-4 24 A4-401 .._._.. Farrar. Lo 4se Danoat 1.45 Brad'deckNow it U up to Louis was rewmed this afternoon.
K.a',8"1' 5.4.20 ary ERA AH". PLAT BOOK P44.K So o'ettxk. Batteries
I. : :ZS : Ward and M. Ace-
_u". PARR AEH rri''N, Ji.-rEa KAT. CrMBt; _. PLATBK _. FACE i
_..__... __ ._ .., . to show what h. can>d*. exhibition .
4 1 25 z.4n "'h' ''' '' JohnsonRMtlty I' x i.4J: 100. PT. LOT ::. -KC.! 03.: TWP CX .. 311O However an game vedo for the Bakers and Tynes
'. 1 28 Z-U1 _.., .. .__ ......... .... Johnson Realty e... .. 5.45 1 LEAGUE
4 'IT-le, Pts4er. Jerome B. 3.44 was played between the two teams I and Griffin for the Recreation STANDINGS
,, I 2f Z-U .. _...- ..____ Johneon. Realty ( .., 5.45 "
.h.m. Jobnsun _" a 1. 'Y-U'.n._ .. -. Pta der. Jerome R. :3.44 There is an old saying that the after 8 o'clock and the Bakerswon .
1 Z.427 ReaJty Ce S boy
:: I ;: Z 47 ::::.::::'.::::.::::. :.:::-: Johnson Realty Co.: :-..:::::...: ::: 5 : a 10 TT-34 .__. '__" -._ Pt.Mlec. Jerome B. _._ 3.44: 1 major league leaders on July 5 12 to 4. f -

.11 I 25 70427 __ .. . .._ Johnson Realty C... ._._.__ 5.45 13 10 TT-JO _n _._, H._... Finder Jerome B. ._ ._ 4.45 I I AMERICAN LEAGUE
1. t I'I' Z1 _-...-.._----.-- -_ Johnson Realty Ce.504 14 1. D2-373 "___n._''' ._..... KMseil.. DmiridfTe B. _._ 4.43IOATACEMa usually win the pennant. If so, In the second contest the Serv- GAMES TODAY I
at Z-427 Realty Co. _. 5.45 BME.,r-v vppmsai OATA>CIT.*:. PI AT aess. .. .AIrIt su j the two New York clubs will meet ive ten won from the Lighthouse : Club- W. I. Pet
;lis 1w t 2.427 ::.::::::::.:::::. .445545::=: Realty Ce. =-==:::._. 5,43 PT. LOT V. KC. -3. "'W". a. M. X7 i ia the WorM Series. But the saying The New York ._____._. 45 2* .634

13 1 2S Z-427 _...._.__-. __.... R..alt\ Cw __... 5.44 l D3-1.7: .-... ....___. Sweetin. WUtord. '1.441S1HMAJ doesa't Hid crew. Beacon boys tied the I AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit ..._ ___ 46 29 .613
14 I 23 7..U7...._...._...._. .. -. Johnson RealtjnCo. ..._.._ ....uu always tra*. There score in theseventh but the t i
2 2s '7.-47 ___._..... .... .... Johnson Realty Co. __-__ 5.43 CPPVa. .WATACV-UUt. PLAT m.OH L PACKPV. ; i .k... bees so many exeptiono that Detroit at Washington Chicago ..._..........._ 38 29 .567
leTx :aw KC. 294.. TWP winning team came back and !
66. H. 37 put
ill 2 le Z-427 _.__.._._.__ Johnson Realty Co.. ..t. about Bridges vs. WhitehflL Cleveland ......__,_. 38 33 ...35521;
59 2 2a 70-41.. __...... ..........__. Johnson Realty Co. "._". 5.45 8 '-2" __ ._ Rogers C. >>. .. ._ s... many are to forget it. Tiger the game on ice in their half of : St. Louis PlsiIadelphiVan .
1. 2 29 70-47 .__.._....._.._ Johnson Realty Co. ._m_ Lob 7 W-34 .- _.._... .... Rosers C. M. n _, n 3,44 r Indian and White Sox fans are lIotPiac the frame. at I Boston ._.___.... 38 35 .

.1 Z 29 Z-4n ..-....-......-. .... _.._ Johnson Realty Co. -_.._ ..... 1. VT-24T _._...__ ._ Cotton KrneaO ._ .. 4.15 hope in the Amcricaa Atta vs. Marc.m. Philadelphia .....-__ 29 39 .426
.__.__ ____ __ __ ____ : up Water Pickle pitched the full
23 Z-427 J.hn.a Realty ( w ._..... 5.45 2S W-J4T Cotlov Erases a. Cleveland New York-Harder '
24 : i; Z-137 ::--=-_::.=:::: :.-='. : Johnson Roalty: Co. ._ .::::': S.41: r rn .AN_ A1.1 AJ llft ......_->.. rA.NTATI.l &&'IL PLAT _.0K L League nor are Cardinal Pirate game for the Service outfit. C., : at Washington ...__ 30 42 .417

I: 21 Z-U'I _.__.__.._.--._ Johnson Realty Co. _...._.... .... PA4.K IMC LB'P & S-C. a Let; _. SEC:. 5.66-US and Cab fans in the National Joep. White hit home :vs. All... l St. LOOT .._.__ 19 BO .2'15
27 3 29 Z.U1 _.___......_ Johaso Realty Co ......... _. 5..:* ft _._ a run. a triple Chicago at Boston-Jone vs.
PI-2.-------- Land Se__ .
A. ..,. 15,43
.l$ 3: 29. Z-421 .. Johnson Realty Co. __ 3.44 and a single in four times at bat. I NATIONAL
"' ''' .m. 14 C2-70 .__ ,..._ Lad Sasan A. ___.___ :3.44 :W. FerrelL LEAGUE
41 I 29 Z-427 _....___...... Johnson Co.Johnson _.._ __ :a.U NEVER HAD QUAJUt
Realty << .
54 FI-20 .__ ,-_._.____ l.aItd.s.-: .._.-..._ i-4. F. Stickney Nodine, Sawyer and Club-- W. L.teL
I It ...._.
Z-In _..__ Realty Co. ._._ 3.44
14 S 29 Z-4Z1 _......__...__.. Johnson Realty ('-. 3.44 BAT W*.Bt S\KT ......... PAT B0**; J. ....... MX: Sevill were scintillates! in the NATIONAL LEAGUE ,New York _......_ (8 21 .S"
il S It Z-4U ___..-... Johnson Realty Co. ___ :a.... h. 111* PT. kerv .. X *. .*C. >._ 7WP. .U K. a* MUSSATINE, Ia.-Declarittc field. Boston at Chicago-Smith vs. St. Louis
U :I 29 Z-4:7 ..__._._.._...,_ Johnson Realty Co. __.._ :." :3 G4-39C __ __ .. ..____.__________ )led .1fe.- G. A. ___...__ S.44 that they never had a quarrel. ..._.. (2 2' .St'
U 4 29 7.4:7. .___....__ Johnson Realty Co. __ 3." THOMPSON lit... KEY LARGO. PLAT BOOK 1.. PAGE 147 I Score by innings: R. H. E. Warneke. FittsbrgbChicago ._.._ (1 34 .5U
I' 4 29 70-47 -_-_ -- JohJuum Realty t'.. __._ :I." NKH OF VKU- SEC. .3. TWP. .!. R. _> Larry Flannery 72. and Frank Lighthouse 002 002 59 10 6 New York at Pittsburgh-Scbnmacfcer .-_ 40 3Z .556
II 4 It 70-411.-- JwhiuuHRe.ity CwJohnaon 344 Hinkel. 74. of this city celebrated
19 11 ___..__._ J. ... __ i Service .... 310 600 1-10 10 2 Lacas.
U 4 21 70.411 .. __._..__._ R.",,, CwJehnses ___ :3.44 EJ-187 Shorten H 1.45 the vs. Brooklyn n 3T .nl
all 4 U Y.-17__.....__._ > Realty C.i._____ 344 OCEAN: ACRE KEY LAHGO. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 188 I fiftieth anniversary of their Batteries: C. Stickney Roberts. Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) CUktiaaati 31 .U .45

:: : 29 29 Z-427- --..-:.-- Ji Jahaaats so_> Realty Realty C Co.:s == 3..44 11 Fl-245 LOT as. 2- A 43.: !FC.! \Vrat.::K. T\\'P.J. al.Fowler R. S*_ 2.44 ness.partnership: in the grocery busi Stanley. White.and Elbertson; Adams andP. -Babich vs. HoHingrworta. Philadelphia 31 (0 .4+27

Only) games scheduled. Boston .. .. 21 52 :2St




: WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1985.I .

...............................5..55..55.5........ 555555555555555555555.5 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's fI.


j:: SOCIETY I..555..5................

s ..5.....5..x.5.5.........'I....*eeeaeeeeeceaeeeeeNo ,-- I the President's assistant and
....................5555 known as No. 1 Braintruster bornat j
Knoxville Tenn. 54 Palma
PERSONAL years arrived from Havana
01 MarriageW. Garden Club I MEETING HELD DUCTED AT MEETING ON I ING IN LIFE SAVING I yesterday afternoon with
t STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS I Rexford G. Tugwcll, .1go.l
I one car of tankage, of
INDIGESTION retary Agriculture and
R.: Lyle of the state plant The meeting of the Key West suffer For quick victims relief get why a t I the Resettlement I rope 93 racks of mail baggage

board in Sey West, and Miss Mary. to Garden be held Club tomorrow which was afternoon scheduled, group of Masons from the Recently elected officers of free sample of Udga a doctor's born at Sinclairville, N. Y., 44 Having completed an intensive I and 17 miscellaneous cars.
K. Roberts of Bartow Florida has been postponed on account of various local lodges paid a visit Key West Lod/e 163,;Knights of prescription at Gardner's years ago.Finley I course in life saving under the']i| Steamer Gatun, of the Standard

*ere married last week in Miami. of Mrs. Pharmacy.jun direction of M. V. swim- Fruit and Steamship is
a the absence from the city to Robert J. Perry Chapter Or. Pythias, will be installed Friday Plant i i Company

end alfter .the Vending{ c j William H. alone president of der of DeMolay which met in ngiht 8 o'clock at a regular meeting I humorist author Peter Dunne of the, famed"Mr. ming instructor of the Key West i'I!I due in port Friday from Philadelphia -
e i '
Key est. hi ? tfitoJ'I Administration's recreation de-
the, ;
organization.t ; regular session last night at Scot with
of the organization in the I Dooley's" stories born in Chicago, I passengers. The ship is
g Mrm; Lyle is a : This announcement was made tish Rite Hall corner Eaton and partment, ten members of the Key
younger'society circle of Bartow,| this morning by Mrs. William R. Simonton streets. castle hall on Fleming street. FOR RENT 68 years ago. West Junior Patrol have been. I consigned to the Porter Dock

>Wl, iktalr eadg..endeared S && ,Warren. < DeMolay heard short talks Ceremonies of installation will BICYCLES-WE RENT the I Teals New York I selected for beach patrol duty. I Company for fuel oil. ands en
Nikola of
by City
to a number of friends whom she 1 from the Masons who promised I be conducted I y District Deputy The young life guards will be. route to Frontera Mexico.BumsteadsWoimSpp. .
Week. I inventor
Hour and
Day Repair
or famed electrical engineer -.
various !I
assigned to
has met since coming to this city. after his graduation from college swimming
their continued in the
cooperation Chancellor
Morris Coch-
Mn: Lyle is one of the youngest'nemb and came to Key West in ApriLThe DeMolay work.Members all makes and paint them with I born in Serbia 78 jearsjego. ;: places under the supervision of i
weds their ran and Deputy Grand Chancellor Kn-EnameL We carry a full ; the recreation section for lifeguard
nlof the plant board unit. newly are making :
of the degree team announced
Winfield Russell. supply of Agent for the
He joined the organization right home in the Trevmor apartments. I their intention in parts. \ work. j ,
putting At the conclusion of the cere- Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. Theodore Marburg of Baltimore i, Those who successfully passedthe
I on two degrees next Tuesday evening monies the new officers will be And sell them as low as $5.00 author and diplomat 'T.ItPoort thndr.a_ .,.ea anal .f,merry. '"'_
publicist erd
included Lionel Cube,j n' Nt.VKII
..... : .. .... I It is expected that there hosts at a dance with music to be down and $1.00 per week We born there 73 years ago. Anthony course Albury Paul: Mesa. Del- 5At1.5" tor. SANTONIN....... _fttoed ....t._..._.. ra.rw..e tau __
I will b a large number of Masons furnished and Sell all makes of used alilv VNU.> .
; .1 by the FERA string Buy phin Fernandez Eloy Alfonso er er -II. ... ..ettwtWd .etrws.rs
PERSONAL MENTION present at this meeting to witness Paine of West
Albert Bigelow
I band.: Bicycles Phone 276. J. R. Edward Koehn Orlando Esquinsldo X. C. A. a__ M. O, 7Ya.J.lphyPALACE l

.....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....5555555........555.55I I the degree work. the All members of the Knights of Stowers company 515 Duval Redding, Conn., author-editor Clayton Lund Buster Rob-
Committee in charge of Pythias and the Pvthian Sisters, street apr9-U born at New Bedford, Mass., 74 erts and Berchan Hernandez.
Eugene Sands returned yesterday .J Mrs. Lucille Berry left over the I card party to be given Friday evening are cordially in7ited to attend .the I years ago.Gnham.
from a short visit with friendsat East Coast Monday for West Palm in Scottish Rite Hall reported ceremonies and remain for the PIANO TUNING Arthur Hohl-Evalyn Knapp in
Marathon.R. Beach for a visit of several days.J. i that to date there had been a dance. I McN imee, radio announcer ONE FRIGHTENED NIGHT
25'S I
born Washington, D. 101
fine response from friends of the PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo ,
S. Erickson and Manuel. M. Otto who was in Key chapter and from all indicationsthe reno. Excellent piano for sale I I C.. 46 years ag-. Buck Jones in
Gomez electricians with the Uni West for a few days on business, affair would be a success. cheap. 1018 Division street. TRAIL
ted States Coast Guard who were left yesterday afternoon for APPEAR IN SWEDENAS jun24-lmo I" Marcel Proust, famous French i Ii 5 i Matinees 10-lSc Nights 15-25c
..555.55................ author, born G4 years ago. I
at Long Key on business returned Homestead. .
< Lea4ln* Hotel"THESEMINOLE
yesterday.Miss Today'sHoroscope: ]'
ROOMS **, Adeline. aims the I
1fWillisms of'the Miss Knighf
......... ...... 'I j '
5..55..5. / A..*rialed ....> cob-
of'fcoun'tingdepartment. title olfjOhio onljr woman
Mary Clearer daughter ; ; f THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 "
City Councilman 4Alnbroee Clear!1 yesterday afternoon on a business Today indicates c mPkMon-J I STOCKHOLM. July 10.-Sweden $2.50 and $3.00 per week. bler. ., ... I ,LOPEZ I

was an arrival from Miami yesterday -! trip.. to Washington: D. C. able and jovial person with unemployment still a Double and Single. 128 N. E. ,, I FUNERAL HOME

for a visit with hell fatherland the regard of comp&.k) iS-.{;bJt: who factor, but with a marked decrease 4th Street Miami, Fla. I subseribt't6\tn._ ,. .. .... Citizen. West
Serving Key jf-\
I left have too love for the I in the number of jobless J i.- -
other-relatives -i i [i )tlrs. Rubin Appel and son may great a june26-lmox Half Century
1 : I'yesterday afternoon for Miami'fora luxuries or comforts of life ever I is enjoying the return of "help 24 Hoar Ambulance Service r4vJarkwravlllr. -
Mrs. Joseph Johnson who was vacation as guests of relatives to make a great success in the I wanted" signs as indications of I WANTED J JI Licensed Embatraer i (.pk 7aiiM
visiting with relatives at Miami and friends. world. If this be the case an effort -i escape from the depression.A I .
Phone 696-U
and other points on the East should be made to hold thee I I definite shortage of appli- LADY DESIRES LIGHT. CLEAN: 135 Night

_Coast, returned yesterday. j Miss lona Burt. granddaughterof (? Mrs. James Roberts who *o take t-c aIticims of ths world'\ of farm labor in various forms of j' quiet home of another lady. I

Donnie June and sister Beverly-spending/ a month as guest at wasl it o seriou
Yern daughters of Mr. and Mrs. home of )lr. and Mrs. Roberts, I branches of skilled industrial' reasonable. Write Miss Green, .. human,
A home-like Institution
513 Olivia street. julylO-3U
Ed. Wallace of Homestead arrived left yesterday afternoon for her'I rmm labor. ( GREATER EYE where yon will find ye., Individual
yesterday for a stay in Key home in Nassau. The official unemployment is! i BEAUTYBetter NEW YORK r.mferi mm* entertalantent a mat
West as guests at the home of, TO SUBSCRIBERSIf mow placed at approximately 80-"! FOR SALE i j vision and more comfort ter of great Importance.A

Mr. and Mrs. Mervin 1... Russellon William Herman Lowe, ron of tOOO, or slightly more than one TYPEWRITING I\ are only two of the eye- and BOSTONFrom ateel flrepr.. S.Ildl.g nested
Southard street. j, Mrs. Virgil S. Lowe who had been you do act receive your' per cent of the population as PAPER 500 glass improvements since 1840. r the Searf its tHy

______ I I| on a visit to Miami and other I paper by 6>1B o'clock in the compared with 160.000 a year( sheets 75c. The Artman Press.; Style is another and it is important Key West alternate Fridays I

Dir and Mra. W. A. Kemp were' points up the East Coast returned afternoon call telephone 51 ago.A aug7'OLD because it gives you l Every Room with,Combination Tub
passengers! on the afternoon tram : to the city last night over the and a paper will be tent to large contracting firm, desiring numerous lens shapes and a From New York alternate Tuesday CeilinK and Shower Fan, Bath Slat Door Radio for Summer Electric

yesterday ,for Miami to spend a' highway. your Lome. A complaint boy 140 skilled machine workers PAPERS FOR SALE-Two variety of frames, all artistically I Ventilation. Comfortable Reds with

few days with relatives.L. ia oa duty at this office from I had to advertise for several I., bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of j designed, from, which to I From Boston alternate Saturday* trurtlon Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring Read Con-

Lieutenant Commander and Guts to 7:15 p. m. for the days. Trained industrial mechanics fice. oct6 make your Vhoice. AtM> 1\KW ORLEANS' to KEY WEST Ing Lamps.

E. Spencer assistant gen Mrs. Clyde Branson and daughter purpose of delivering complaint t I are at a premium in some For a complete examination I' Alternate ".e......,... Arrive RATES'I. J
sections.In PRINTING-Quality Printing at Key \\fmt ._.* dar f.Ii.wlsg. ....
Barbara, visiting at the Help us five 100
Florida' are yon
eral freight agent of the 7K, R.._.. Private Hath __, .:a.ee
East Coast Railway was an arrival residence of )lr. and Mrs. J. M. percent service by calinr. 51 I Stockholm with summer I the Lowest Prices. The Art seeDR. t CLYDEMALLORYE. NO n.-_.. Private llath __'__-_0 S.H
yesterday on the morning Navarro. Mrs. Erunson is the if yon do not receive The Citi- building under way contractors I man Press. aug7 I I J. A. VALDES ; .e !!__.. Private Bath --- .-..
:SI Reams Private Bath __,__ 8.S I
have to advertise for skilled work ULC
train for a business' visit and lenin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na. [ Orthoroa Soft-Lite Licensee I: SMITH. Aarat.I I* sample. RMMim. Private Bath 4.55
the afternoon. j The: visiting family will ; I ers. Trained servants are like- SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.] 532 DuTal Street I I Keycat E'nEAsp! FOR UOIBLBOttlPAftCY : I
heave( for California Saturday, I .I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.1'... wise scarce. The Artman Press. Rug7 .1 -- Ie I

Attorney J. Lancelot Lcstci1;i! where Doctor .Brunson will board --_.- -- --- -- _
the U. S. S. Louisville to which
who was away on business for the' .
FERA administration returned: ship he has been recently as-

yesterday signed.

"Cheta" Baker left
Phillip yes
terday afternoon for Miami under HOWDY KEY WEST!

contract: to play ball with the .
Bushkill Brewery diamondballteam.

.s. ._,, By RED KERCE ,
Mrs.\ Alton Goehring and son,
So far as we're concerned- this
AL left- yesterday afternoon for '
decade dstwn-ln.hisLoryas
Miami where the7 will be'guests t
the flat-broke '
of Mrs. Goehring's brotherinlawand age

sister. Mr. and Mrs. Will Skel. t 0:
The graduates are in for some I t
disappointments. They will likelybe

surprised to learn that a diploma
Mrs. Josephine Cates left over
is absolutely worthless
the East Coast yesterday for a
even as a meal ticket. e
visit with relatives and friends at rY

Say Congress, if you don't hur-
and adjourn we're Fee
ry gonna
Joseph AHilt connected with the
what the Supreme Court can do
U. S. Naval radio station in Key
about it.We're.
West sister Miss\ Justine and 'h .

daughter, Lorraine, left over the almost' forced at fhnes, .... ,. :::'L..'. t- "

highway this morning for a vaca- ., .,:.... ., '.
to wish! that the present generation
tion in the :home at LaCrosse I ... ..
was streamlined, so we'd pass
Wise on quicker. : -that's just the 1935 way of r ,v. f
-i-- '. :
B. M.\ Duncan''engineer in I I :
( '
charge of activities Matecumbe Possibl/the Blue Eagle will go saying "wh A Chesterfields have.
(downjnhistory, as the only thing .. .
and other points on the keys, left
for Islamorada yesterday aftera voted from f legalty a coma dead of before; unconscious.it emerged -* ;' t ur*been-saying? for years r ('

brief visit with his family. t 1
Chesterfields do about -
Deputy Sheriff Earl Hathway everything '
who came in Monday with three Nagging Torment of*

prisoners to be tried in criminal I ITCHING RASHES a cigarette ought to do. \ z : .,.

court left yesterday afternoon ________
for his station at Islamorada. qakklynhda Chesterfields have TASTE-yes

br RetlL It quiets 9Y
the ltehl... and eeea of it. But j ,
not too
MONROE THEATERJames when skin I. M" sad plenty strong. .. l lF

Cagney-Ann Dvorak in tender from serxtehing,
THE G MEN you c.n safely apply And Chesterfields are MILD-
RealI to h..leD is.lief .
[Robert Tajlor-Jean Parker in ; ..d tse.liug.fl .
MURDER IN THE FLEET I but they're not insipid or flat. /

Matineei Balcony, lOcI Orches i

tr.. 15-20cj Night: 15-25c to
Chesterfields "go tOllJ1Z"I
r', i i .
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Hotel Leamington ii t

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"Miami's Most Popular Hotel" t

N. E. tat Street at Biscayne Boulevard _

Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay f

Oppoaite Union Bus Station J.

One Block from Shopping District

And Amusements


Single Room with Bath ......,- ?,- ...__. $1.50 -
Double Room with Bath _......_ -? 2.00 -:;

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