The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00063
 Material Information
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 11, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00063
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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For Beat d Service.Frees ts Devoted of Key Dy West to Wire the Q[:be 1!tp 'wtCttBeti\ < I most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather*an, average has in the{the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit



SCENE OF MANY TRIED 3 CASES! ENCAMPMENT'1 t" PARTY'DUE TO IKey West's! .Strategic.: : Position In Case






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Daily there is being added to Three cases were disposed! of Major William V. Albury, com- M. E. Gilfond, FERA administrator STEAMER GATUNSCHEDULED i COMMISSIONERS

the specimens in the Key West lat the morning session of criminal manding the Second Battalion of in Key West, who has been Congressional Unit Asks StationBe

aquarium new and strange deni- court today, presided over by the 265th Regiment Florida Na- attending a conference of officials TOARRIVEJRIDAY I

zens of theaters, and not all of Judge J. Vining Harris. tional Guard, now'has a force of of the Florida Emergency RECEIVE REPORT I
them are indigenous to the waters 1 I Returned
around Key West Ralph Guito, charged with as- men getting Fort Taylor camp in.. Relief Administration in Jackson- !! TAX COLLECTOR I To Active Status

There are several pipe fishes, sault and battery agreed to pay readiness for the annual encamp,ville, is due to return this eveningover

those round, slim helpless looking the costs! of the case and it was ment of the regiment which begins the highway. I
fish, which are usually found in nol prossed. August 4. With the return of Mr. Gilfondit I SIIO\VN TIIAT OVER SEVENTEEN MILLION
the waters near the North Carolina 1 I is expected that a number of FORTY PASSENGERS ABOARD MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS
The case against Benjamin As in former years the*troops matters relative to the new setupin I, BEEN
coast' and further south. I DOLLARS HAS EXPENDED
Another queer shaped' fish' is Sunderhaus was nol prossed. will arrive Sunday in the morning! Key West, various projects and' I ALLOTTED OVER TWENTY.I.

the unicorn fish; This b one'of I. N. Taylor, charged with re- and remain for two weeks, break I other data relevant to the1' rehabilitation ,I DURING THEIR.I.SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS VELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF

the beautifully1''eolored ''fishes ceiving stolen property, was tried program'will be'made :
ing camp on Saturday, August IT/ STAY AT'THIS .*
which found' in these waters public.Mrs.. I IN FUNDS LOCAL RESERVATION1'ACCEPTED
are and found guilty ty a jury. He leaving that night for their home AS BEING -
but are --seldom caught, hence Nina Ryder'Johnson, who
was sentenced to pay a fine of stations.; : MOST\ '
also -the conference IMPORTANT PLACET
rarely leen. 1. a tank.' was attending SOUTH OF
The one4 now on exhibition was $50 and costs or be confined in All of the companies which were in 'Jacksonville, and Mrs. Bernard: Steamship Gatun, of the'StandI Schools of Monroe county were i iI

caught,bjr,DoW-Thompsoiu ''Alter the county jail at hard labor. for in Key West at the 1934 encamp- DeWitt,'who was vacationing with I I ard Fruit and Steamship Com-I recently! allotted the sum of NORFOLK IN EVENT OF HOSTILITIES
several ineffectual''*'attempt to two months. relatives in the same city, are expected : I
ment will be here except Battery 1 j pany. railed from Philadelphia 27561.05 in the distribution: of i

catch the fish on'a line he saw it, Two eases are scheduled for "C". which has ben assigned for to arrive this afternoon: Tuesday morning and is due at I tax collections. This is indicated in <.t.'at <. The Clfl...)
with Mr. Gilfond.
when it went into an opening
among the sea feathers He dived trial tomorrow George G. Brooks regular training period at Fort J JI I the Porter Dock tomorrow after Ii fl the report of Tax Collector Frank I WASHINGTON, July 11.--The special House Sub-

into the water, caught the fish by charged with embezzlement and Barrancas, Pensacola.: I noon 2 o'clock. 111.I Ladd presented at the meet-' committee in recommending the reopening of the Navy

its long beautiful tail, and succeeded May Jordan, charged with Practically all of the officers I DR. E. CARNES The ship is bringing 40 cruising I I ing of county commissioners held! Yard at Key West, laid great stress on the importance of

in getting it into the I f I vagrancy. this year are known to Key West passengers to Key West, which isI I'' last night. I that station, showing where seventeen million dollars had

boat. 'I I ers as well as many of the enlisted PLANS LEAVING the largest number arriving since i j i Present at the meeting were already been expended in the
development and
There is also bonnet- I main-
a young ,l personnel. [!Chairman Carl Bervaldi Commis-
head shark in one of the large'!OBSERVANCE i The camp will be commanded; FOR TORTUGAS:' the summer cruises of the com-rioners i|! Wm. R. Porter, BraxtonB. tenance of the station, which is accepted as being the most

oval tanks. This is another in-!I by Lieutenant Colonel M.\ R.: pany started this year. Key West Warren and Nathan Niles; AtI important spot south of Norfolk in the event of war.

habitant of the sea which seldom' ICE MEMORIAL j Woodward. Other officers assigned i I!is the only port made by the vessels -I!I I torney William V. Albury, Clerk The committee in making its report to the chairmanof
lives in captivity, quite frequently are Major P. L. Wall executive I of the line between Philadelphia Ross ,C. Sawyer, Tax Assessor J.
within few hours after' SURGEON IN CHARQ: AT*1 House Naval Affairs Committee also showed that
dying a :! Otto Kirchheiner Chief Deputy
officer E.
; Lieutenant L. and Frontera, Mexico.
being caught. The one on exhibition -I' WEEK PLANNED I, WtIdrno, ad ut:1ntIajor; :\ William}i LOCAL MARINE HOSPITAL't i Stewart Leonard, who tomor- Bernard Waite and a few interjected I Key West occupies the southernmost point of land in con-
has been in the tank for 24
V. Albury, inspector; Dr. W. B. I I citizens. tinental United States.
hours and is quite lively. i row becomes FERA director of]i Disbursements of the tax collections
I I eating surgeon: and medical inspector The portion of the report
referring West
The oddest fish in the asuarium public relations is making preparations -: of Mr. Ladd as shown in Key as
TO BE HELD IN HONOR OF DR.i iI r : ; Captain P. F. McCall.I \ 1
today is a small one which resembles I I, provost and fire marshal; Lieutenant AT LOGGERHEAD KEYI to receive and entertain, his deposit of 60634.3? in the made by the committee along with recommendations for

a green rock with a tail. JOHN GORRIE IN MEMORY i)F[ T. J. Kelly, ordnance officer; I the visitors on their arrival Thisis '': First National Bank, are: improvements to other sections, follows:

Emory L. Pierce, director of the OF DISCOVERER OF ARTI./I I Lieutenant R. C. Cooper, Jr., athletic 1 the usual procedure and heretofore j'I l General Revenue $8.819.54; a "From time to time this ma'.vcr;
aquarium, nor any of the other officer John Dr. F.. II. Carnes. of the Marine | Fine and Forfeiture, $3,307.33;
; Captain Ileili all those who have been in: IDENT1 was up before the naval af.
employes have ever seen a fish FICIAL ICE {l: ieh, quartermaster; ; Captain S. S. IiokpiUl. will leave tomorrow' Outstanding Indebtedness, $15- .NEW PR I aui
like it. i ilarerias i'Barchan mornincr for a week-end visit with Key West have voted the entertainment -I. 434.19; committee in the hope that home-;
transportation officer
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I Captain John; :I ilich. chaplain;}scientists who are experimenting I provided here as un Special Advertising 1102.44; PRESIDES I thing might be done Ur wake ...,o
excelled. TODAY
-MENDERS-NEW to Tae-filNaea} 1 Lieutenant. Jiiurice.. Shaver, pot at the Carnegie -laboratory- onLojerlieaKey. Members of the party "due tomorrow -I 20-1.88-Special "'Bond .and-.. Interest-, -2..I I _of._the n $iUttoAjkt Key: We*,..
TALLAHASSEE July 11.-- exchange officer; Lieutenant Win. "The cbnutulTee made a vejy
Every luncheon, civic and women'*| C. Harri, tug officer, first bat The trip will be made .n the are: C. P. Aspell, cruise!, General School $11,024.42; 1 1I AT ROTARY MEET thorough inspection of this prop.rty. .
MEN'S SHOP WILL Lighthouse Tender which r director; Dr. Nathan Hilfer, ship'sphysician School Bond and Interest, $5512.21 ,-I
club in the rtate is being asked j talion; Lieutenant A. V. Boswell ; Poppy, ; Mr. and Mrs George J.j i!I There are adequate quartersfor
by similar organizations here to I tug officer, second battalion; Lieu- roes to carry Machinists Harry ; officers and men. although
I Shaw and William Vassie, of the Meyer Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Fred C.||I Special ehool Tax District
OPEN TOMORROWESTABLISHMENT i actively participate in the observ- tenant R. C. Cooper commnnica- Koch I MELVIN RUSSELL, NEW HEAD, some of these, may need repair
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart .
anee of Dr. John Corrie Ice fem-,,Uon officer; Major P. L. Wall, lighthouse service who will install Number 1, $11.024.42.In The station occupies a large part
t : ,the illuminating apparatuson Mathews\ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F.I I response to a call to furnish ALSO
oral Week. August 11 to 17, summary court olficer. I of the available waterfront at
the newlyerected lighthouse at Donahue Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Apple -i county road department with
clusive as a result of ithe!'I Key .West, aid! :whea it is recalled
in-I Mr. and Mrs. David Nicoll TALK OUTLINING
BECOMES Pulaski Shoals. ,. a one-and-a-hslf-lon dump truck PLANS
i Dave Sholtz's proclamation that the dty, bf Key West has
issued setting date for the JOSEPH OTTO All the other work halt been accomplished Mr. and Mrs. Elias Caplan. i i hick was issued this week bids I been'developed'
a II. FOR ENSUING TERM : largely around Ore
MODERNLY EQUIPPED; LO-I ice week when tribute will be paid I by the Tenders Ivy I II .Miss Lilias Murphy, Miss Mary I I were received from the Trevor and army1 and ftavy,base there, and
and Poppy and naught remains to C. McCausIand, Miss Mary\ Morris Ford Agency, Meltzer Motor -
CATED IN RENEDO BUILD. to the memory 9 i the Florida physician GETS POSITIONAPPOINTED 1.1a-1 when it is recalled also that the
who was not only a typical. be done but the work assigned to' haney, Miss Emilie Jones, \' I company and Gato and Navarro and
ING ON DUVAL STREET bard working self sacrificing I Mr. Shaw and Mr. Vassie. I: Mary Stratton, Miss\ Essie L. I company. I II Melvin E. Russell who was re- Key navy Wiest army: reservations about 30 at

country doctor but also was the The new light station; is of the: Stratton, Miss Beatrice. Altemus On motion it was!: decided to hold cently elected president of the occupy per
ASST. STATE AT.: I of the high land of the inland .
discoverer of the' principle of artificial same type as the one erected at Miss Eva Foust, Miss Irene Sal the bids over for a thorough investigation -I Key West Rotary Club, presided the most valuable
William Mendell has today an. ice making and refrigeration I TORNEY TO G. A. Smith's Shoals. The lantern is 49 mon, Mass\ Lilly Salmon, Miss\ M. i of the prices "by the j I Ii part
at the
I noon luncheon held today, waterfront it is not hard to
nounced the opening of the newMendelra [ and through that contribution to feet above mean high water. The Meadows Miss Marie Youell. Miss I i following committee appointed by I I I understand that when the '
WQRLEY Its! Lilly Ruth Metz Miss Selena chair Commissioners Porter, and also gave a detailed and interesting govcrnntent -
Men's Shop tomorrow I humanity has placed his name light is of 1700 candlepower. Carl the : I II ]t abandoned
the naval
morning at 8:30 o'clock. The I high in the lists of physician who, i geographical range is 13 miles and II ver, Mlssporothy\ Carver, Miss I Warren and Niles. 1 address, citing the many! it put the entire new store is located in the Renedo!' have forwarded modern medicine. iI I it? luminous range is 15 miles. Alice C. McKernan Miss Agnes! The regular' ':; meeting was recessed -1" things that the club has in mind community practically -
Joseph Otto, formerly of Key i The Poppy returned yesterday C. McKernan. I and the meeting of the Delin- i on charity.
building. 017 Duval street in the I I I for the future. ,
Governor Sholtz rails citi- "The
I I has in
on i West and now: practicing law in' afternoon with the working party E. J. Steven Richard D'Andrea,I quent Tax Adjustment Board call-j I government spent
heart of the business section of : zens of the state to cooperate with Mr. Russell's talk covered !all, about 117.000,000 in the de.I .
t tI many
Miami, has been appointed assist which was scraping and painting Otto Reichert. H. V. Irwin, ed to order. 1 I :
the The city.new establishment is modernly the memorial foundation which is ant state attorney to G. A. Worley, Rebecca Shoals light. I I Thomas Crouch, C. D. School. All of the adjustments: passed subjects in connection: with the I velopment ,and maintenance of
the j, '
of th I
keeping memory Apala- '' the
equipped and attractivelylaid chicola ute attorney, it was announced 1 maker, G. Thompson William G. on and fixed: at a previous meeting -i I activities to be carried on by the I Key West naval station.
out. The ,interior of the physician rile green of yesterday. '. I Smith, Dr ,W-i A. RoTjerts, were approved: unanimously. I I[local organization, and he was i There' are adequate machine
through inauguration NUMBEROF
a LARGE with the be.-*
modeled Mr. Otto received his early education The itinerary on the ere. l* pro- Other applications were read and ;|! promised the j shops equipped ma-
tore was from a design campaign hearty
perpetual against cooperationof
pre- vides itemized Clerk Sawyer. At the i chinery for serriciiig ships. There
in Key West and. was for f ay of\110s hows in by : I
of the Grand Rapid Show Case ventable dif'eases-beldnninlr first later' *"I conclusion the the entire membership in the' is a seawall, eonstrwfted abnitt
is modernistic in graduated with a law degree MATIRESSES Key West. Taring this;time the o readings it was
Company and withcancer under the directionof I
: I from the University of Flor ships take on fuel oil and sup-''decided to meet 3 o'clock Friday program as outlined. New com-( five years ago at a test ot $160-
every respect. outstanding physicians. pliesjprit' >aratory to the fan from afternoon and tale! up these mat- mittees for the year'a work were;i;j 000, and there'are many faci'idrs'
In the arrangement of the Clubs that meet during the 1 ida.He is the son of Mrs. Thomas MADE BY thL/VtftoUti4! destination. 'f ters' in detail.ROBERT. I I there which make it very! ">'>. i'' /
FERAl named, with the instructions
store, special attention was paidto weeks of August 4th and 11th will I necessary convertible to the
present need
the lighting effect. Walls are :hear Fp akers tell about the\ life I O. Otto of 534 Eaton street, this' I given in connection j of the

of bright white plaster and all of Dr. Corrie and the aims and i city and brother of Dr. Thomas I' ; JOSEPH JOHNSON INGLEHERE with their dutiesDr. "Key navy.West the sonf'-
woodwork is finished in clear ideals of the foundation which has I J Osgood' Otto of :Miami and Mrs. MORE THAN ONE THOUSANDOF I Robert O. Van Deusen and 1 ernmost occupies of land
II point in '>n-
varnish. Each, of the beautiful presented a program that is attracting -. also DeBoe of Miami.wife- of Dr. M. P. DeBoe, DOUBLE TYPE TURNED I DIED YESTERDAY ON VISIT Emory Pierce, who were in at-, tinental 1 United States. It sit, t>'n
clothing cabinets, hat, shirt and attention throughout they I tendance at the meeting, both.' the edge of the main e'1traw'
underwear cabinets are equippedwith nation because of its practical' OUT DURING PfERIOD OF I gave interesting talks relative to j from the Atlantic ocean into tiiI '
individual lighting systems. humanitarian features. I fish and their habits.
t STR. CUBA HAS OPERATIONSMore 'I Gulf of Mexico; and because of
A large section of the new (Many luncheon, civic and wom.i FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY SON, WILL Robert Ingle; former managerof {1its strategic position it commanci'
store has been given over to the en's organizations; in -- I the Key West Gas Company,1 the
entrances to the Gulf and
shoe department where can be I communities are working out arrangements -t 108 PASSENGERS mattresses I CONDUCTED TOMORROW PROBABLY STAY UN. was a visiting Rotarian at the: the most logical spot from wh h

found many nationally advertised to set out coolers off i i than 1.000 double ]I AFTERNOON TIL NEXT: WEEK meeting, and expressed great de-:j the navy could operate in the rf -
the mattress
)! free ice water during the week! I were made at j 'I
brands of men's footwear such as1 : ; light on being back in the Island I tense of the Panama canal, PUP.t to(
Nunn-Bush and Edgeton. This and to help less fortunate folks in'I factory operated by the Key City again. Mr. Ingle i.i here for'i
Steamship Cuba of the P. and which ended Rico and the Virgin island Aft!

department has been equipped Iwit.h |[during having that a generous period.supply of icej!. O. S. S. company sailed yesterday I orations Administration at the close of last month.op-|I Joseph A. :Johnson, 69, died! Robert B. Ingle, and son Robert a few days visit. {[shipping into and out of the Gut.
chronium leather cushioned It announced that nextweek's !
afternoon for Havana with 97 Jr., was of Mtejcico within of
Ice manufacturers throughout! Detailed figures disclosed by! 3:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon' are in Key West meetingold :i: passes sight
chairs with shoe stools to match. first class passengers, 11 second I Johnson, directorof in the home of 712 White- friends and forming new ones meeting will be held on this naval station. In time of v..al"
the state will contribute gen-j, Sirs. Nine Ryder I rear
New window fixtures are also of Friday, due to the fact that th 'I
class, six automobiles, four tons social) service, following the I head street. amidst old scenes and familiar it would again become the mo.t;
erous share of their week's sales! ito ,
chronium with black trimmings. district will be here at
of freight and 290 sacks of mail. surroundings.Mr. governor important spot south of Norfolk- !
the factory, showed Funeral services to be held i
closing of are
aid in building endowment! j
Looking forward to the opening, an or the I \ that time, and will pay his official .in the casern part of the t"n t.'d
for the Foundation and to support Steamship Ozark Clyde- that a total of 1260 double mattresses tomorrow afternoon 5 o'clock! Ingle: will be pleasantly remembered J JI ,
William Mendell and Carlos Rios I visit to the club.
:Mallory Lines is due tomorrow I States. In the meantime it
its Every piece of ice were made at the factory, from the First Baptist church by"a host of friends i*
manager, await with interest the that program.is sold that week from any morning from New Orleans en while 224 single mattresses were I where the body will be placed at 2 here as manager of the Florida I being put to no use whatever., The

verdict of approval they are sure plant in the state supporting the route to Miami and Jacksonville., turned out. o'clock. Rev C. A. Cox will 'of' Public Utilities Company, gas I MRS. B. SAWYERRETURNS\ I, buildings are being permitted to

their new store will win tomorrow plan will further the movement. In addition to mattresses, the ficiate. i company,of Key: West, who was deteriorate for the want of n'e.
from the throngs expected to visit MARRIAGE factory turned out five pairs of I I Lopez Funeral Home*'will be in transferred( ''and with his' family : The machinery is standing irt'n

the store. TWO i overalls. 77 pillows, and a numberof charge of arrangements. moved to Macon, Ga., several TO CITY land t the population of the city if

Today's 'announcement acquaints NEW ARRIVAL ATHOMEOFMOORES miscelleaneous upholstery article -I I Pallbearers who have been selected years- >ago.'- on the relief roJl.
the public of the wide selection LICENSES ISSUED *. *. tit to serve are friends of the For the past two seasons Mr. "The committee thinks that the

of nationally advertised The sewing room is continuingits family and deceased and are! Ingle has been trying to arrange Mrs. Sawyer, wife of Mortician navy department owes a duty to
lines carried exclusively by this activities, and during June produced -!I Everett R. Rivas Bienvenido for a vacation in Key West with Benjamin Sawyer, and daughter,I I Key West for the reason that the

store. I 415 articles made from Pere, Rex Shaw, Franklin Aren- his many friends, l but it was not Anne who were spending two navy', because of its occupancy of
During the month of July to, eral Surplus Relief Fed-j' berg Ramon Rivas and Ulrie until this year that he found himself months at pleasure resorts in New this valuable tract of land has

Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Moore announce date there have been but two, This activity gave Gwynn. in a position to gratify his York returned to the city yesterday -I I prevented the development of
HONDURAS BANANAS the birth. 6:30: o'clock yesterday ; marriage licenses issued from the 64 white women and 17 colored Mr. Johnson 'is survived by his desires and lost no time in availing afternoon. commercial enterprise in the city

Tli. Kind That Melt in. Y ar morning in the home, 10 office of Probate Judge Hugh I women. I I widow. Mrs. Jane E. Johnson; two himself of the opportunity. Accompanying Mrs Sawyer and which would sustain its population -

Mouth (Not Storage Stock) Lowe's Lane of an eight-pound:j' Gunn. One last week and one this' Articles completed during the sons. Joseph A. Johnson and Rob- Asked how long be expected to daughter was Mrs. John Carbonell,I I The navy now however,

-'- girl She has been named Anita week. month which are distributed to! ert Johnson; two sisters, Mrs. Re- remain Mr. Ingle replied to The Jr. They arrived in Miami on the takes a 'dog in the manger at i-

/ALLAN Ew Cl RE Carleen. I' The license this week was i issued 'I relief client, included dresses of II becca Johnson and Mrs. Sarah Citizen he expected to try for tar Oyde-Mafiory steamer Shawnee I tude. The navy refuses to use the

Fr..t St Mother and daughter are re- to Ira Cash. and FannieRo various sixes and styles sunsuits I Eliza Moreno; five grandchildren, pon while here and way possibly and were met Ly Mr. Sawyer. The][base and yet refutes; to give it
ported as doing nicely. berts. buck towels and terry towels. I>and one great-grandchild. be in Key West until next week. party returned over the highway. (Continued on Page Four)
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.test sonnet in the English
r KEY WEST IN 'sodaY'Anniversaries- 1 1 Bfrua?.. bcrn. Died May 20.
4 Dale except Soadar By I. Il.[ TODAY'S WEATHER l|! i 11841.
Americas, ; citizen w.ho
TWi1 cr1NZT1 lJ IVDLls>itLVa _
----- 1819-Susan' Werner
;. Al} ItA f. Pre.We.t tax burden with! equanimity merely be- t t popular
JOB ALLRX. Ammtatnt -....**. M.ag.eFrom less than I rUppeainn Hsr. Jest 10 Years I Temperat.- I Florida: Generally fair tonight!.If.................*q*s novelist and religious writer, born
Thu Cttl.a Bull4tag. cause it is that visited on some !t Age Today As Taken From r Highest _,- ._. ......89, and Friday except local thundershowers -' 1274-Robert Bruce, king of ti. New York. Died: ihue March
Core: 4re4na: and Ann, Street: European countries, may be due for a rude 1t 1 The File. Of The Citizen Lowest ...._..............., ..........".... ..82:; Friday afternoon. Scotland, born. Died Ju.e 7.? 17. 185. .
awakening.An Mean .. ... .... .8Gi r 1329. -
Only Dally: N.v.pap r in Key West and Monroe exhaustive of national bud- { The Urges of what known as t i Normal Mean' ::.:::::::...::::::::.::::83Raiafan j 1849-Harry Kellar eordfamed -
Cnnty. the Munson Islands, about 28 i ; l YJ e 1767-.John Quincy Adam! vth magician, born at Erie PffDied -
Entered at Key West. Florida, a* second class matter gets throughout the world, made by the miles east of Key West has beery: tlerday's Precipitation TJns Lgc President, son of the 2nd President -! in Los Angeles, March 10

F1PTT-.IXTB TEAR New York Trust' Company shows that the 'IsoJd' to an' organization known us ': Normal Precipitation... .09 Ins.j 1 1C ,* born at Quincj. Mas- Die,'t 1922.I : .

*e1*. .l tae .........* Pees tremendous increase in our public debt f'the club "One is understood Hundred to Club.be a" group The I I eodie.Tkb.ree.rd,.It,.'d.ek"Yr..ktw:..-.r......_i.g.......:.. Feb. 2 3. lU$. I I 864-Cha-Barr.;;;;: racing.:

The Associate Pees Is *Tl..Ualy entitled to .M caused by enlergencyspending: ,is likely to. t of New York Sportsmen of which I Tom.rrow.'AlmaaacSun 1775--Joseph BUnco White,j yachtsman, skipper of AmrrKanI
fur repuMIeattoB of all news dispatche credited to burden us with greater taxes than those of William Randolph Hearst is a f' rises .._.... : 5:453. m.i:, English clergyman, author of the I I Cup Defender, born in Scotland.J .
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also, European nation in paying the ulti- I member. The price paid is $100- Sun sets ...__. ::: :.:.:..: 7:20 p.: m.! ronnet, "J\irot-and Pea.hP called J Died Jan. 24, 1911.P&O .
the local her. any i
news published __ __ __ r
'!000. 'The four keys comprising the!Iooa rises ....._.:.*h. : 4:12 p. M.i .1 -,- -- -- ----
mate cost of the measures taken to cope islands were purchased several i; Moon sets m', "...._,.... 2:01 a. m. - --
haul.ASSOCIATION C4TOKIAI) with. depression." I years ago by Newton ilunson, ofi ; Tomorrow's Tides. I II ] Partly Cloudy; Tliuaderthowers
CY' #935 In other words, the spendings of the i Deep River, Connecticut and the I| A.M. P.M. Jacksonville to Florida Straits STEAMSHIP Co'
said | High .._.,._._.._. 3:58 8:12;
price he paid is to have: been : land East Gulf: Moderate :south or
SL'B. CBIPTIOX. HATES past five years to banish depression are ($750. Some time ago Mr. Mun-I Low .. ,... ......_ .. 1:32 1 1I ,'southwest winds over north portion } UNITED STATES'. FAST
One Tr ,.- -11...* likely to continue depression indefinitely son refused an offer of $100.000for I Barometer 8 a. m. today: 1; ani: gentle winds mostly MAIL ROUTES FOR
SIx Months LS0 because of the vast sums that will be taken the island'on which his winter Sea level, 30.07. i iI !!! southeast over,south portion and i 1 i TORT, TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES.
Three. :Months UiO out,of the future national income to pay home is built. I i?;:partly overcast weather ,tonight; j f I II Effect* March 18th. 1935 "
.1$ i
Weekly .. .10 the bill! It is the old story of nations I t |I and Friday with scattered! show-; j i 12:20 Leave .Key West for Havana Wednesday. and. Saturdays
ers. P. M.Leave
An announcement in
AQTERTISUTO RATES_ -- which have attempted to spend .them If The Citizen of yesterday appearing that (Till 8 p. hi.. Friday) I t 1 I II Havana for Key West! Thursdays and Mondays. I
)lad.'known on application.! selves into recovery-and have then found Malcolm Meacham refused of- Key We t and Vicinity: Partly I WEATHER CONDITIONSA i Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon
cloudy tonight and Friday probably days, 0:30 p. M.Tickets. .
SPECIAL NOTICESAll fer of 1000.000 for the land he --- I I
reading notice*, cards of thanks, resolutions of I that recovery was getting farther away.all recently acquired at the eastern local thundershowers Friday;. slight disturbance is central Reservations and Information at Ticket Office os tWDock.
respect, obituary notices, eta, will be charred for at time. end of the Inland of Key West..1 gentle winds' mostly southeast. this morning over the upper Mjs- 'Phono' 71
the rat. of Ie centn a line.Notices Politics cannot be trusted to reverse has been the cause of a great deal command the Fourth sissippi Valley, Duluth. Minn..i J. H. COST:R. A(_. I
for entertainments by churches from whicha of Corp
,. _
of favorable comment from the' ,; 29.82! inches and pressure is high!: '
revenue Is to ho derived are 5 cents a lino. the present trend because the: politician, Area, yesterday was placed no the. _., .
sections the ----------- --
over most of !:
east :
of West and is '
The CHI men I I" an open forum and Invites discussion far from worrying about tax-infested people Key responsible -! retired list of the army and is now |
nation 1 Mississippi. : River. Louisville Ky. ,
for sudden increase: in
of local a
of public Issues and subjects or general picking: plans for a trip to Florida
Interest! but it will not publish anonymous communications continually wants more money for the realty activity here and on the j red: will visit: Key West. i 30.08inches,. Tampa and Miami, .. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
i i' Fla.. 30.12 inches and Bermuda, 'i it i
is understood that
present, irrespective of where it comes keys. It ph.nsfer
developing the Meacham tract I 1 30.24 inches. Rains and thunderstorms ..
The. government is all wet in its endeavor from or what it does to the.sources" offp are now under way and it Is ex-| Ecfilbiial: l Comment: Old songs! have occurred during the i OF KEY-WEST *.
'the'rich. ductive wealth. pected will lle made'public withina ;j RO right to the heart: it is'said f ,:Il2st I[ 24 hours in the Dakotas and 1
to ,souk-, short while the llKi' Minnesota, and tbere have been .s at dote of business J+.e:29,1935yt
time. iJ
A drive is now on to tap'new wells of 1 .new. fongs simply I II I '
one feel sick at the stomach. : scattered showers in New England, Comptroller's Call>vRESOURCES '
capital for tax revenue, by passing new i .
I <
northern Florida eastern: Georgia i
Travel, may: broaden one's mind, butit .' Anofficial: delegation from the I J ,, ,
"nuisance taxes", by increasing the levies i ; and South Carolina, the rainfall i ii mt
also flattens ones pocketbook.If Cuban government headed by llr.I Many residents of Key West are i being generally light to moderate.t'i Loans and Investments uu ': 50.3
against_ estates, by raising income taxes, Carlos Manuel 1 de Cespedes secretary << now removing their fences from Temperatures are near or above I, 3ankinj House Furniture ,..in.I .
etc. etc. This takes that would be of works of Cabs. and Fixtures ._ --", S48.51
money public .ite? front }>art of the premises andI normal throughout the country I I .u" '" .
you leave any estate worth while used for jobs for homes, for farm build- will arrive in Key West at 4:30 I. :!'! engaged planting g.fd -ns from the Plains States Stock of the Federal Re-
o'clock this afternoon en route to the serve Bank 6,000.00Temporary
and otherwise
the government will make will. beautifying end maximum readings
your : l'utward'i
for industrial and for Federal Deposit
ing, development investment -
Miami where will
they: spend one | home !
t 1 10-1 degrees occurred j jI Insurance Fund 1,954.01
in all lines of private en- week;; studying the road methods in i I Kansas. Oklahoma and northern i iI United States Government .
A fool may know all the questions, deavor. Florida road construction. Other Texas I Obligations direct -
members of the party are Sr.I' Mallory Steamer<< Henry R.. Mai- I C. S. KKNNKHY.Official : I II and fully -
but the wise know the guaranteed
only answers. The nation faces a financial crisis, Martin, privet Fecretary to Dr. lory is due :t Key West this aft- I in Clmrpn.Today's : : I II i I .._._....__,......$593,664.69Other .
forced on us by exorbitant taxation which Cespedes; Sr. Field, Sr. Uguarrte.1 i ccnpon 6 o!oslo. Among the pas s I I. HarkeUble Bonds.
H is said the brain works best early confiscates capital and therefore destroysthe Dr. Cano Dr. Marcias Mr.\ and !pgers for this Jty are. Dr. William .....e..o..R and Securities _.._ 200,706.21
Mrs. Sturrock'and Sr. Valdes. ,; P.. Wtrren. Dr. Robert O. I Cash and due from Banks 437,575.27 1.231U6.1'l$1,577.63S.92
;'in. the morning. Until one. gets to the office source of future earnings. Only the: j Van Deusen, Miss! L. Einhorn, Mr. Horoscope.I;

public which in the long run determines all Many of the sponging vt'ssl'lsreakirg and Mr-. M. E'l+rde. G, A.',''Nichr ........................
>K Miss Ida Smith and H. R. )jalI i LlABIUTES'
national policies, holds the power to save up the Key West fleet are Toda's native will have refined ,
lory. .
When itself from destruction. now preparing for the pro(>8.ed testes, and will how much talentin I Capital ___. .,.,. ..... -._* 100.000.00( )(
two 2-cent Hawaiian
stamps trips to the sponging grounds: in the path of life that require:E Surplus and Undivided Profits _..._ 58906.54
fetch $18,000 one can truthfully exclaim the bay. The l last trip of the vesttrla This evening in St. P.1ul'lchuuh\ education: and good training.! .! ____ 1,418,792.38
multum in parvo. REAL SOCIAL SECURITYA were very successful and they Miss I Lillian Gwynn. daughter! of There is a restless and l rather!1 1i
returned with large catches con- Mis.: Lillian: Gwynn. will becomethe i, domineering tendency in the early i $1,577,698.92

risting of some of the finest specimens bride 01 Elondon Barrymore hours with a propensity to assert i Since> Jan. 1. 1935, we.....have voluntarily relinquished
Have you observed. the alacrity with report from a representative ever taken) in there waters. Coehriug, son of Mr.\ and Mrs.; ''authority in the {,rerence" << of eld- :1 1! $239,000 U. S. Postal Savings! deposits
which the president signs all tax.bills? He Edward: Coehring. Miss KliscOvynn ( I ers, which trait diminishes as the i Member of Federal Reserve System
medium-sized life insurance company says Major General: Harry C. Hale, and sister: of the bride, and! day advances. A proper admixture \i
knows if one spends a lot he has to take in that the volume of regular paid business who commanded the 2Cth( divsiion' Alton Goehrinjr brother of the,, of this trait may prove of advant-. =j i f. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
lot in France and recently in will be attendant. J i
.A secured during May of this year was ten ws groom age. I U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY
-- .. .f __ ,___,____ "C ___,_ ,
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per cent greater than in any'm.onth for --= ------ -

Thousands of ) all the ---------- -
employees; over four and one-half years past.In .

country take pride in showing the boss addition to the business increase,

what nice >;new car they have while he the company found many other favorable When Strangers meet i ft iUCAJLA
has to sport a model. of art ancient vintage. factors. The lowest lapse rates in its his- .

Autre temps, autre moeurs. tory loans are are now decreasing.being experienced.Favorable, mortality Policy I break the Ice ifl TJEM 1tfU&AdLFOR

_ The department of justice has secured rates are continuing. And the amount of

the conviction of Louis Piquett, the law- total insurance in force is showing steady

yer who was found guilty of harboring gains. 1 CL 1

:jttoraer Van Meter, a Dillinger gangster. A Life insurance sales have held up well MONTHS
few more convictions *of crooked lawyers, during times whenbusiness, employmentand i AIEETY0U.11AVEA

'doctors and politicians, who profit through payrolls were tending to' drop. That LUCKY.TALK-

plunder, will aid greatly in the fight on can mean only one thing-that the Amer- ING'S SO MUCH
'Irrime.a ican people, having witnessed the debacle GOOD SMOKE. ?

that began in 1929, have a growing respect -

Moliere in his "Don Juan" says "A for the safety, permanence and .. 2
soundness, of life insurance from the standpoint -
gentleman who leads a bad life is a monster '
' of both protection and invest
in nature. It may be presumptuousto

to correct the peat t French writer, we ment. .* .
cannot see how 1a gentleman( can lead a Every time a new policy is sold: it

bad life in the first place. If Moliere resorted means that another family is starting i

. to poetic license, it is a little farfetched achieve social security-and to achieve jt
f through its own thrift and foresight. That f { x
kind of security is worth more than all the
Am.erica should not, lose what is left government "doles" ever proposed. u4.

of her maritime prestige, and the way to

maintain that is to authorize a ship subsidy THRIFT AND CRIME 4, s.y .-
which in turn will bring in returns. .

There is nothing new about ship subsidiesto Encouragement of thrift as a means I < >..

develop commerce. England estab- reducing crime is suggested by a well-

,lished ship subsidies, in 1349, France in known publicist, who declares that extravagant s

1661, and today every important maritime habits in many cases are the ') ,

country is a ship subsidy country. direct cause of banditry.
Aside from financial gains possible V +iaPt rr

Ignorant men who amassed great through economy and thrift, the habit of v

fortunes established institutions of learn- saving has a stabilizing effect upon one's $ c yr

ing, possibly because the lack of educationwas character.\ The person who is laying aside

brought home to them in bitter something each week or .each month with : t. w

fashion. Foremost. of these was Johns Hop- the idea of ultimately securing financial I : J WHEN STRANGERS MEET I c

kins, who established the first real university independence is more dependable than! BREAK THE ICEl'M YOUR BEST"FRIENDIAMYOURLUCKYSTRIKE.

in America.\ This Baltimore merchantis one who spends his money as faster faster '

reputed to have been so ignorant that than he makes it. ... ilfi. 'I .
he-didn't even know how to spell his own ,Many who have resorted to dlsnonesty}{ /

first name. in order to obtain i needed funds, quickly 4 : -

are those who \have been first led into extravagant .Ib9 kk .5
In 1638 John Harvard bequeathed to Irving. Allowing themselves to d f v- i

:a small college outside Boston the sum of i indulge in luxuries i in excess of what their f a4; ;., d ) ::1'I

780 pounds and 260 books and in gratitude \- earnings warrant, they more easily yield. f I

the institution was at once named for to temptation to dishonesty in its various i .' .

.him. This immigrant Puritan minister forms. I I IPS THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS <

purchased enduring fame at one of the Habits of thrift should\ be inculcated

greatest bargains known in history. Time early, and should be encouraged at every I There are no finer tobaccos than those' used in LueAGE .u--
has obliterated t the memory of many who turn. Those who have acquired such habitsare ,

gave many more times the amount John generally industrious, ambitious and 4t,..
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Harvard: bequeathed, honest .,, .
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a'NOl"IS: wvre. Noon.'mad truck. She would'like ,a Ua bajtfet. Rowe vs. Hadley

loll. irfctow trying rhea(0 lly acr It* Pacifa hiutoiul icortor .ca*. She had had no lunch.; I ,t........................ 1 St. Louis at Philadelphia., -Two
/ ifark 4l* ry, Ik* Losdoa atr- Sbe called to the boy Just as the, TWENTY RUNS SCORED BY;i game-Knott y!!. Wikhere; Ma-
g 1.n. maiM/aetiircr. 4I0ery i* \ PERSONAL: I haffey Cain.Cleveland .
muck admire XIAery. rb. widow BAKERS ON SEVENTEEN at New
y.aap York-Hard
i* fiat Uavimt Uv.rfOOl, tckerfkt He hurried along and called out STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, er vs. ,Allen.
Aaa font to sea her troperKtttr the price. HITS AND 1EN ERRORSBy !
Glad*. S mccet/i i/ouxff : INDIGESTION victims why t Chicago at Boston-Two
i latter, ./<. i" a new taow. ,She was taking the money out of i j suffer? For quick relief get a i vs. Grove Whitehead game
I-Tietje ; vs.
beside the
her purse the boy running the ....................... ................ ........ i free sample of Udga a doctor's i .
she leaned against
Chapter Two train when BREAK i ( JOVE) ) > prescription, at Gardner's
door to hand It to him and take hold The Recreation diamondballten Pharmacy. '
and the Busy Bees played an jun 181920.252t.275u1y2359101ii ] -
Gladys putting Just a trifle Laurie had the sickening feeling \WINNING STREAK I ', Boston at Chicago-.Brandt vs
'too strong a, make-up on her ex- of falling Into apace. (By JOVE) exhibition game last night at Bay-: Carleton.

qnltlt face! Weren't her eye almost There were shouts from the plat [ f..C........- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .e.S..............- .- ..-.-... view Park, the latter outfit win-i I New York at Pittsburgh-Par-

too bright and always restlessly form.. At the same moment a strong OF ,DETROIT{ NINE: An article appeared in the issue light heavyweight champion, collected ning by the score of 20 to 7. I FOR RENT "melee or Castleman vs. Lucas.

glancing here and there as If hand clutched the collar of her coat of July 5 in $24 for The Recreation scored I Brooklyn at Cincinnati-Leonard -
a Tampa daily paper I a. fight California boys BICYCLES
she was expecting something? from behind and jerked her,back: lathe : -WE RENT by the vs. Freitas.Philadelphia .
saying that the Ybor City cham- the other night. four in the first inning and I'
runs Repair
But. then. Laurie was always a litU nick. of time. FERRELL PITCHES TWOuHIT Ler of local Hour Day or Week. at St. Loui<-DaVL>
anxious about Clad. Lovely, sink- She found herself flung on to a 'I; commerce will take the they looked good, for two frame, all makes and paint them with 1 1's.. Hallahan.

pie high-spirited Clad only eighteen scat amt ths. same strong. ; band, SHUTOUT GAME TO DEFEAT|.I baseball club over there for a se- Bambino Ruth refused an offer but blew up after that. I I Kn-EnameL We carry a full .

who wouldn't listen to anything slammed the! do fool WHITE SOX; HURLER: ALSO 1 i if a city the size of Key Westi t I' Cuban Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.! THE SEMINOLE
Laurie said, but insisted on learning "What ever made you a ( Stars a New York negro and kicked the ball for
to dance and going on the stage! thing like that?"asked -aan'a voice KNOCKS HOMER can bring a Tampa baseblal club baseball] club. two extra "points." I I And sell them as low as $5.00 j,
Tea she knew ahe was always angrily.) "You'd probably have been |i to the Island City to play a num- Albury knocked out home run down and $1.00 per week. We 1 1i
a i
worried. She was worried now. In killed If I hadn't been here!" j I ber of games, they do not see and M. Acevedo and Roberts got I I Buy and Sell all makes of used.; 4h-
pita of the nice manager and his The train gathered speed. The boy .. i IC I i why a city out !
peelal t. The k'ids ) I that the Giants and
sensible wife! She always would be and the tea basket were left behind. I|| carry a local club there for re- were :i Stowers company 515 Dnvalj ff 4ej+
B. and i I
NEW YORE, July 11.-Wesley out front last but Castro Bethel Lopez
worried when Clad was away from Laurie looked vacantly: at her turn games. The Ybor City chamI year, the Cardinals it street apr9-tf
her. ever since that awful agony of rescuer. Ferrell. ace Red Sox right-hander: I I I her of commerce \sill !see to it that in third place won the Na- Gabriel played well in the field. i t I \
nearly losing her In Sydney and turned in his'most brilliant pitch-'' the Key West Conchs play a series I tional League flag and the Tigersin Score by innings: R. II. \

the days of Tlgfl by her bed In the -I THOUGHT the d.oor'1\"as shut" ing performance of,the year as he',, of games there not only baseball i| second place won the American Busy Bees- E.I I PIANO TUNING
1 I shut out the Chicago White Sox will pennant.'I 003 363 005--20 17 !
hospital that followed. Glad was too she said weakly but diamondball a}-o. They i
lovely, too young too innocents too "If you think a car door Is shut with two lone singles and won his :: do everything in their power for I II !I 401 020 0007 6 10 :: PIANO TUNER, Laureano }Io-

fearless when It Isn't you oughtn't to travel thirteenth, game yesterday afternoon -I I the Islanders to have a gala week'; The fighting business Batteries: Tynes Ward and reno. Excellent piano for sale f laekmI11r. FUrMa
He also slammedout is booming -, Acevedo; J. Walker, M'I cheap. 1018 Division street. CHAS. B. GRIM7R. Maaaa-er
alone" he retorted: 7 tp 0. in Tampa, it is reported. Key I Ii in Cuba. cards I
l Her temper rose.' How rude he 1 a home run and a single to '(|i West players may use a set of new I staged: in conjunction with horse are Clements, Pellicier and Artman. I jun24-lmo i(1A human you will home-tike find y..r InMltntfnnwhere ,........1

waa! Of course he had probably drive in two of his mates with a 'suits for their first visit to the I! racing., A one dollar ticket admits 'comfort and entertainment a roat-

saved her' life. or. at any rate a 'I pair. of runs: : West Coast city. Mr. Aguilar of:j l to the races ni the afternoon, SENIOR LEAGUE !, ROOMS I trr of great importance.
1 iL
v serious accident but he needn't snap The St. Louis Browns broke a I the Recreation: Department of the I Ii I land to the A Steel flrt.raK: --o-b.el.g: I.r.I .
fights at night. :
e.; at her like that nine-game losing_ streak 'when i Key West Administration has been I|, ''f "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 ; U tae.hrart .e ..",.I.'J'
"Meaning: that I need- a keeper' they defeated the Athletics 7 to 2,1,1 I trying for a month to arrange this i MEETING FRIDAY I $2.50 and $3.00 per week.

she snapped back. in the opening game of the series.I'' series, and it seems that he will:j,I Lou Broullard of Massachusetts : Double aId Single. 128 N. E.I and Every Shower Room Itath.with Combination Radio, Electric: Tilb

-I t i Looks like It." The Senators shattered Detroit's 1 j 1 I be successful this time. i' pounded his 'way to a conclusive 1 14th Street, Miami, Fla. Ceiling Fan,, Slat.floor for SummerVentilation.
I 10-round decision Comfortable Reds withMattresses
he st odlln over Young
t His back was to her. as ) 10gamewinning l streak as the ; june26-lmox
tbe' opposite corner. He had evi ;! Corbett III on the glorious fourth (By JOVE) I etrvMlon'; a'i.JniJl.IV Spring. Read Con-
1-.. Tigers opened their eastern tour,i j '
4? brought a couple of suitcases The local Social League got un- before a crowd of 8,000. 'There will be a meeting at Bay- i WANTED lag Lamp, .
but they won only after one of der way Tuesday ni ht. Oir" Fri-: view Park Friday at 4 p. m. to R4TR4
Into the her
compartment. without ,
the season's wildest' scoring and' day night the Administration boys' formulate plans: to get the Senior I LADY DESIRES LIGHT CLEAN III.al.
slugging sprees. 12 to 11. !'( and S. B. Beer oufit will cross I LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN League under way. I FURNISHED ROOM in the TH R__.. Private na k __ ..... qw
.. ..
Stt Rams. Private Bath ZJM
The 'Giantsgot. off to a flying j i bats in the first game. In the i Managers are requested to come f quiet home of another lady.IC" H__.. Private Bath on .. 34
start on what they hope will be a i nightcap the Cuban Club will meet : out and help get: the league going. Housekeeping: privileges. Rent!s. n*..... PrlTale Bath .. XM
pennant-production tour of the i i'the Service ten. On Saturday afternoon : LEAGUE I I' reasonable. Write Miss Creep,I II..ilaaipl* Rae_.. Private Balk 4.OCI
1'Ii-nFa..t: Foil i> )ini.Djjoitt
western cities of the National at 4 o'clock the Service Club- w. 1. Pct. Subscribe to Tile Citizen. 513 Olivia street. july0-3tx :

League when they hammered out I ten will play the S. B. Beer outfit. New York ............_ 45 2G .63.1 I o'cr.cY
n 10 to 3 decision over the Piratesto Detroit ..mo..mom. 46 30 .605 ---- -- --

give Hal Schumacher his i Chicago ......_._..._ 38 30 .559 .. -
t 1 In the Senior; League the Busy r
/ eleventh straight mound victory. i Cleveland .......__ 38 33 .,.3:;
i Bees will meet the Recreation ten
Scoring five runs in the last I Boston .mmuu.-_ 39 35 .527
Mondaynigtlt and Wednesday j I
four innings behind Charley Roots' |j', on Washinltton ....""_. 31 42 .425 be Hoodwinhetl
will tackle
night the :Busy Bees
Cubs j 1 __..___ _
c.f shutout relief pitching, the <' Philadelphia n 29 40 .420
the Lopez Funeral Home boys. 'I
defeated the Boston Braves 6 to ;I I St Louis ......._.__ 20 50 ..286I ;
4 in the opening of the ACCEPTING'TIONS
And the best one of the week I NATIONAL LEAGUE
reries. Berger's
home run with none on helped the was heard the other night when I Club- W. L. :c. "-\ To ttt the original I Davi 100% Part Paint

r Braves acquire early 4 to 1 Joe screamed "Don't shoot Cap- New York nn ,.....,- 49 21 .700 He sure to X MADE IN BALTIMORE rmn'AIIf
lead off Lon Warneke. tain, t' wasn't doing anything." Ido' ,( St. Louis u..n........, 42 29 .592 .. look for | Davis 1007 Pure Paint hat often keD .ahole

The Cincinnati Reds defeated not know nliat: happened but Pitstburgh .. ".'n'". 41 32 .562 imitated but never duplicated.Davi : .. ::..

Brooklyn. 15 to 2. in a night the boys. are riding Joe with the !I Brooklyn ..... ..__..._._ 33 37 .471 l this Label, 100% Pare Paint conform* with

Glad was too lovely, too young, r rame. : yarn. "Don't' shoot Captain." Iwasn't j Cincinnati ___'_n.n.... 31 42 .425 all pare paint Law sod U the only paint- =:=::::-

too fscrless. j The summaries follow: .i doing anything. Well,''i Philadelphia .... .... 31 40 .437 NllluPAINT + that carries a guarantee of purity, ___
Joe, I think the boys have got'' Boston .... 21 53 .284
LEAGUEAt 'n -- :
Laurie sighed, as sbe climbed into C NATIONAL R H. E. your number. Cook for this_Guarantee on the Label* I
.coach of the train. But what could Pittsburgh
___,__10 15 1 w.ha.e.rmaneam.emkurahecPewtM..almernr.1ss. .rnrnH**-umn L
she doT She was a girl of today She New York Maxie Rosenbloom, erstwhile BENJAMIN LOPEZ Att ear prodxu .r* twit. by m in B.IUBOT m4 oM. thrw h Dubra only_,
knew that girls must live their own Pittsburgh __.._ 352 I
Batteries Schumacher and TBEHBMVlSCa: **-Nis-l "** BALTIMORE.MJJI
lives Ilk. men. Must work when Batteries: Phelps, Fischer.

look they after had no themselves.money. Must If only learn Clad to and Mancuso Padden.; Hoyt: Bush Birko'er Wyatt R. FarrelL and Sewell; W. Ferrell and I: Serving Half Century Key West G! C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J.

24 Hoar Ambulance Service
wasn't so terribly lovely! noticing it. while abe stood In the I II

therr corridor. Sow he was taking them Chieago- Licensed Embalmer _.. --- -
Yet had been something a Cleveland at New York postponed -
I At R. H- E. Phone 135 Night 6964%
from the seat and leaving the car j
little different about Glad this time. Boston _._ 492 I wet grounds. :111.1'1"411.1:
They three had months.not The seen troupe each'other bad been for riage.He! said nothing as he passed her. Chicago ,._......_..__ 6 10 0 --- -------- .- :.................................. ........ .... .....,..,..........
Batteries Frankhouse and a
tearing the Northern titles Was she It was very plain that be didn't ant : .. .
Hogan ''Warneke Root and Hart- .
keeplug something back? Was that to travel with her. .
the reason why Laurie had felt She was a little dazed after her nett.

one. or twice that she was with a narrow: escape but In a few minute
stranger? she recovered being a healthy girl At Cincinnati R. II. E. ,How A. T. &. T. OwnershipAids I

Qr was It only that Glad was growing ; with a well-balanced nervous system. Brooklyn ......_._.__ 2 6 2 I Leaky Roofs ? ? I

up? It must \be that of course. She realized that she hadn't even Cincinnati ...._._..._.15 13 0
i Glad'would never keep anything thanked her rescuer. She would have Batteries: n& ieh. Munns, Leonard Your Service'THERE
to look out for aim later on. '
from her. What wonderful "
a little and Lopes Phelps; Herr
L beauty she But be came back with his two
was And how she knew mann and C B"mp eIL j
suitcases to her compartment and {
what to wear! Sbe was as smart
and perfect as rich put them on the rack above the further is no mystery about
young( corner opposite to ber. Then he St. Louis. and Philadelphia, not that the Southern
walking down Bond i
Street or lunching[ at the Ritz: went out and returned with two scheduled. l e Bell Telephone Company is We have a large stock of Sherwin William's Elastic! :
and bundle of
more a great papers.It
It was frightfully clever of her to LEAGUEAt owned by the American Telephone .

salary manage with to look all like the that little on extras her( small that, and labels was very cheap of steamship shabby luggage.and companies Laurie covered noticed with and I Detroit AMERICAN Washington.._.__..-H R- I IL f2.,& +. \ t r.. and that& the Telegraph Western,Company Electric, k i Roof Cement and Liquid Roof Cement.; r j

to member of touring comfshfci** ,have I hotels. Washington __._..---:-12 14' V j ka "f Company is the manufacturing >. i" : :: I
pay out.. .rfjjl*' "- I "Thought there waa another Batteries: Bridges. Sullivan, O; branch and supply'agent of the '' -.i; i il .

It was stupid \iH'Q.:1'1aef\ :: : had empty carriage. be said. But there }Hogsett and IltyworthWhitehill; .;.. entire BeUSysteni? j :
fV both of them such ijGttitfiu thank are people In all of them. and Bolton. 'I ,
New I' '
a. Linke om BelSjltenrset-up: We also '.4.;
ful for. ; ',' $ is running special 'I
llfJKFWEMC"'*" Again she took up the challenge In --L ,The a are a onCarey's :

Laurle's luck,had been-ftmans! his voice. It had a ring in it that she ..!ural one., It was not, creatcd'byJ3rtificial means. .

and what\ kluijursajiinf: *ecnfthown' thought wyuld.\be nice.If he were not At Philadelphia ._R.7 12 H. E.1 ;tit was created by the evolution\ of telephone service Standard Slat Surfaced j
to her these last: two years<<. : so gruff! and forbidding. St. Louis ------ ':'over a period of fifty years, as there developed a need
....: 281
"And Hkcd the look of them Philadelphia'
yon for the various units. Roof 75 pounds $ .75S
Hems- ngs was .
TIlt=RE seemed not to be many. even less than you. do of me?" she Batteries: Coffman and ,
people\ travelling.Laurie > / asked. ley; Marcnm, Dietrich and_ Rich <. This relationship has made: possible the extensive ,

found an v empty compart-: "Anyway. 1 know you need lookIng ards. /&ed unequalled telephone service which Florida en- Special. + $?.25 Roll I-

mint an4 put her suitcase! on the after. he retorted with a grim a'jo.ys today. k

little chuckle. At Boston n. II..E.

rack.Then she stood la the corridor by Laurie was abashed. There was Chicago _'- -- 022 Striking illustrations of its economy and value were i

the window of the door that she had nothing personal about the man, Boston, ___ .. .--_ ? 14 0 a given when a disastrous fire crippled the local and -._ :
shot and watched the people on the cothlnf oensve| ; only tha te was i rte- 4 long distance service in Birmingham, Ala., when sleet Just Received i

platform. She was always Interested abrupt: and. detached to the point cfrudeness t storms devastated the telephone plant in the Car ,

In wbat was going on anywhere.She "I didn't thank Jinas and Tennessee and when floods and storms : :
had, under her business-like and you she said In Isolated sections in Florida and the gulf ,states.In .
her natural yotce'
responsible manner, a great,an avid : and delightful Plate Lunches
interest In life. A keen observer like which had the throb of an emotional I each instance equipment, apparatus and supplies Carload Dixie Galvanized Shingles i
nature In its
Hark Albery had soon found that. low. clear tones. ,vwere speeded to the scene by truck and by train from ,

out. I' rrojiyi-felf, 133t. Corah 8.t"'l DinnersA "Western Electric warehouses in Atlanta, New Orleans,
Per nails
Just u the guard blew his whistle\<,, 1 -, ;Louisville' and more distant points. Skilled,Western .- square, .. $6.50 i
she taw a boy with tea baakats on a Laurie I@f'\: r.ore: about her I and Bell C- .
ctra+::c cennanio:; :',, torcrrcw: ;. Electric workers experienced telephone con- .
__ la__ carte "Fstniction: crews were rushed from points -- --- I -r- .
J f '
....,................... I born as Pittsburgh. *

Today's Birthdays years at ago.Tnftonboro: f N. II, '1'1' 35c AND Q.9 ; .: The entire resources of the Bell System are avail- New Low Prices On Screen Wire 1 1j

........................ Howard Vincent O'Brien able to the Southern Bell Company in any emergency. '
,Chicago S Seafood' 'SpeckesSandwiches t This relationship! makes it possible to restore a vital!
V. S. Senator George W. Norris columnist and autBfcr; born service' 'quickly and in an orderly and economical i
of TCebrafla.: born in SanduskyCo. there, 47 years ago *. ; __ ._
magus .
.. Ohio, '74 years ago. I .

Clarence Buddington KeHandcf I and Soft Drinks I It is this coordination of effort and resources that .
Walter Path, painter and au' New York novelet horn at i Beer r has made your service so valuable and dependable,

tbor. born in New York City, 52 I Portland :Miclu_, 54 years ago. f and' such an important factor in the welfare and I j South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

years ago. of t the people of this great State.

Dr. Edward S. Judd of the famous jl D.Isabel C. popular M. Lewis writer of Washington on' astronomy -,' PLAZASANDWICH ''r-happiness I [ Phone 598 WKke and Eliza Streets j

Mayo Clinic. Rochester, born at Old Orchard. l. $eaght SHOP I VERNON BAIRD, Florida Mayer .

jrir Mum.I ,ago.born at Rochester, ia7. Maine 51 year ago.' ( 503 Duval Street Southern Bell. Telephone ndTebsrapJi.I Co. 1 .: "You"home. -- i is worthy of _the best".T :.

R.. Rer. It. my P. A. Abbott, .u. "eultil' .

R tr. Frederick A. .Wigywr i of 1 P. E. bishop Lezittgton I..: Ky.. Curb Service /! I .:..................C...........................C.........tee.eeee....:
known 54
S. i
Boston, clergyman, as : born at 1lalifSu, years I -

dean !J!. :American spiritualism t ago. '..::...... -- - ....;.- -_. - -- .- :,?I' ''I74 ,,'# -



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..._-_-_______--__-_-_-'_0-____________________________ ------.I BfSI\KSS! ON JUNE 2*. 153. (

'Arrange: Series -------------------------1 Loans United and States discount.Govern_I 255.SSLU APPLICATIONS MADE CALL Yesterday evening under the A program of 13 numbers was, I

Of Six Dances meat obligations andor: ,fully direct FOR GENERAL REPAIRS AND o direction of St. Joseph's Benevo- presented by the colored people.! of anTIME.I&

guaranteed IS.CC4C lent Society Rev. A. L. Maureau, of Key West at the amateur pro-

The dance -this Friday night at A reception in honor of the Other and securities bond. stocks__,, ZOC.1ZS.S1 OTHER IMPROVEMENTS S. J.. lectured in their balL gram hid yesterday afternoon in I. OLD

the Cuban Club will mark the beginning Reverend J. B. Culpepper recent Banking bouse. 19.37; 1 1efl The cubject: was "Education." Navy Field under auspices of the

of a series ;,f six dancesto ly appointed pastor of the First Furniture. f 11.472 and.51 ..._fixtures 33,845.8tReal 'f i IIp{ The society is composed of colored recreation: department of.he Key
determine the best fox trot Methodist (Stone) Church will be estate owned other ....During'the week ending July -
than banking house 47,55512 West. A.hninist.ra. on.
couple in the city Anibal Arma- held tonight at the parsonage on Reservewith' ,Federal; .,. ., Tjlherw!: were six building and re- +Mdtei4'Cornct Band and pupils Bernice .winner of
yor in charge of arrangements, Simonton street 1 Reserve bank _.-;, :. 1!JU ': pairpejluits issued from the office of St. Francis Xavier' & hoot lur- Gibson was
The reception is being held for [Cash laI salt I > first prize. Winifred Bethel and
stated this morning. r I balances with other [:: ;, '''of Building Inspector Harry tt .fished interludes. bU'
Each Friday evening two the members und friends of the i banks __._ ._ .mSIl..7U8. All seats of the hall were occupied'by Joseph Saunders were runner
Outside checks .m// .. 1 1I Mi: Baker, permitting the following -
couples will be selected by judges First M. E. Church and a special I '. .ZstJr.et audience. ups
other cash .117..3I
I Itema.yj 1 activities
to take part in the finals, the winner invitation has been extended to I Other assets I 3b34J4Total :
Shuler Peele of the Fleming Repairs to walls 113 Ann ....
Rev I .ee.e..eee.eee.
at the end of the series of contests -
Street Methodist church and Rev.L. assets ;,t fl,57T.C98.2_ street.; : Ownery Miss-Mamie\ Moss; MAKING DOU6H THESE CAYS Key West's Strategic T
to be silver loving r In
a I Today<> History
cosCS0.Repairs( IS NO QINQERSNAP. ;
Several a similar M. Smith of Ley Memorial LIABILITIES Position Greatly Stressed t / tJ
cup.contest was conducted years ago in the I church. Demand deposits, except 1 1 to roof 417 White- .e.ee..ee.s.............1
I U. S. Government deposits I head street. Owner P. M. Crews;
Cuban Club, with Miss Generosa I public funds I (Continued From Page One) 1797-Died-aged 100 Charles

':Martinez and Delio Cobo declared;Melody Hoar To I banks and deposits......__', .of.m..other_.-.....} 3S7.94C cost Repairs$50. to roof 712 Southard STAMP MEETING up. In time of war the navy Macklin English actor-dramatist
winnersA I Time deposits, except I must have Key West. The safety still on the stage in his 90th year.
Y. Cobo cost,
few of the local dancers who Be Given Tonight I postal savings public I street. Owner ;

have won fox trot contests here recent -I I funds of other and banks deposits St3.JiC.44 $100.General repairs at Georgia and FRIDAY EVENINGThe doTense 1798-U. S. Marine Corps re-

are: Misses Ercelia Falcon Tonight at 8 o'clock the seventh :.Public funds of Slates, B. I kept organized and permanently established -
:Juanita Mayg. Rita Pinder Solita. Key West Melody Hour will be counties, school districts Fogarty streets. Owner J. I I proper and workable condition for --had been disbanded after
or other sub Webb; cost, $200. I REMEMBER the first
Cobo Shirley Velaaco and Virginia presented in the Colonial Hotel. divisions or 'municipalities Key West Philatelic Society immediate the Revolution.
in of I
Perez; Messrs. John Pritchard. Well-known local artists will pre- _...___.., SC7.970.74 Repairs to porch at 823 Francis has announced that in celebrationof I In use the case emerI -- TIME I tried Schlita Beer,
meantime however
United Stiles ttovern- street. Owner B. L. Larsen; gency. -
Theodore Russell Galen Lund sent a program of opera and op- ment and postal savings I their half-year anniversary,I if no activity Is carried on 1799-U. S. and Prussia con. PROBABLY before
George Babcock. Evelio Cabot, eretta music. The group is under Deposits deposits of other._banks_.- 119.489.38 cost repairs at 808 Simon- Friday: July 12, they will have asocial 'I'there,i ,_ the city cannot continueI eluded its first treaty of amity YOU were born.

,Wadsworth Demeritt and Ramon.i i the direction of Commodore von Including certifiedand I I I ton street. Owner A. Barrdra; gathering, 8 p. nu, at 1409 to exist, and the government'I and rights. I remember the thirteen
Rubio. Mietk-Linba, H. D. W. _..biers' checksoutstanding White street. -
__._._._. colt $200. property will deteriorate to the
I 1,4289! Wee. BEERLESS too.
It is especially announced that The highlight the evening 1804-Historic duel at years
I !
where in
Total of items IS to 19: point ease of immediate
Patriotic Order I the concert will be an informal (a) Secured I will be the showing of at least one I necessity it would cost times hawken. N. J.. between Alexander
i affair. by I each member and many Hamilton and Aaron Burr' here.
I strfjnp frame by .
Meeting Tonight-. ... pledge of SUNDAY DINNER an much to rehabilitate it as it
t of each will former fell mortally wounded.
i loans and) l' tip merits or demerits would to keep it up and in use- .
tL': C ;tl fl:aF; ginning at 8 o'clock at their or Invest. ; II.4freely discussed. This proce- .
'fO able condition. ,
; ment ,___._!/ 'h .ST1.tJ 't, fM "''' '' /
There will be a meeting of theRe I quarters, and all members (b) Not se- \\ dtfte will prefect the technique of "Undoubtedly. some activitycan 1930-West experienced a hot
O. of A. held this evening be- i quested to be in attendance.PERSONAL .head-I ('urt'db- ,. framing stamps for the club's sec wave fatal to many.1931ExSecretary. I'LL never forget the
f be carried there. It
on canused
pledge of By ANN PAGE ond annual West Exhibition FIRST bottle-oTSchlitt, I
. Stamp
-- loans and] t- to service naval vessels!
: 1
..... or invest : J r rl$ot"erM.'ft| t COHIM or' next Febru:.yJf; fAll detachment of forces of the Interior ORDERED. ..!fterthey
t pi
.. ments !88,720./5 t ,0 .TX Jetfert! will d. *ineh to make a interested&i stamp dome Albert B. Fall sent to prison -, j .}.
i \ i I cold main course attractive or. If the. persons ff 1 be sent there and permanently 1 WERE oe ::4.
. MENTIONRobert ( Total cold Ant collecting are invited'to attend the for: a year.
c 1 main course is to be hot/ stationed at this point. It would WOULD if. taste the um.rr .-
Deposits .n.f1..71.38 coarse beverage or dessert is desir- president of the club states.
................................................. Capital. Account: I sble while the weather is hot. The I not cost as much to keep the men PALACE : I THAT creamy head,
c.stock mmnn 1.000 I new consommes jelly when chilled hot. eoee.e...........e.,.eeeto there as it would in some other'I MELLOW smoothness,
Ingle! former manager,; Mrs. Alton Park left on the shares, par but may equally I well be served of I sections' because of the fine climate Tom Tyler in :1
of the Key West Gas Company is afternoon train yesterday in response -I $100.00 per The abundance and cheapness West I SOUL-satisfyinj flavor?
fruits make fruit caps a rood beginning which prevail at Key I I I THE LAiRAMIE KID
...._.._.. HOWDY\ KEY WEST!
share f 100 00' 00
in the for few days' visit. I a that "
city a I to telegram advising Surplus __._.._ 0,000.00 or ending to a summer dinner. throughout the entire year. I I I BY George it did .
her father Henry Hollerich is Undivided There has been little change in the The Mary Brian-Donald Dillaway in i
complimented Rep.
cost of foods during the past week report BUT now it's even better.
Mrs. Neva Hall Martin whop'.seriously ill in a Florida hospital. profits net _"__ 'OS.if except that lamb and some poultry By RED KERCE W. J. Sears in the following manner !i I ONE YEAR LATER SCIENTISTS hate a

was in Key WIest for a short stay) are Newcomer lower and in beef the a fruit bit higher.market are ..O CC.................Ce : "The committee appreciatesthe ? M tim_: 10-lSci Nifliti l5ZScKEY I NAME for the
with friends, left yesterday after-' Vining Sherman who was visit- Total Capital Account S,90C.S4 I currants gooseberries and seediest courtesies' and hospitality that I I reason.

noon for her home in Miami. i j: ing his mother Mrs. Fred Kirt- Total Liabilities _.__.._J1.577.6S8 grapes. Apricots plums and pineapples Life holds little for those who' our colleague Congressman Sean, PRECISE Enzyme Control

I land and grandparents, Judge and Memorandum: Loans are more plentiful.Here made are frequently left holding the extended in making this very enjoyable II WESTCOLONIAL THEY call it.
and InvestmentsPledged are three menus up I.
Miss Annie Burnes Cale and Mrs. J. Vining Harris, left yester- to Secure I from seasonable foods adapted to dif- bag. trip: possible. We all: HOTEL l NEAR..1 can understand
sister Miss Francis arrived yesterday -: day afternoon for his home in Inabilities: ferent budget: level agree' that the success and I I
I United States Govern I ENZYMES are something
on the Havana Special for::Boston Mass. ment obligations direct Low Cost Dinner When is the world going to real- pleasure of the trip ws due to!i I In the Center of the Business
I _____ and':,or fully ize that going around in circles ii I MOTHER Nature
a visit with their parents, Mr. and! his able and untiring efforts and I i I and Theater District
guaranteed ._._...___ 361,736.13 Roast Shoulder of Lamb. won't keep things out of an awful
MVs Frank Cale and other rela i' Other bonds, stocks, Browned Potatoes Creamed Carrot he was unanimously selected to I l I PUTS Into things like
tives. Clifford G. Hicks, head of the and securities _, 11S.C20CS Bread and Butter whirl? pilot us upon our next visit to First Class-Fr! ..r*.f- I!I FRUIT to make them ripen
I' FERA purchasing division in Key I Fruit Cup "
West and B. C. Moreno chief en- Total ing rediscounts Pledged (exclude) _S 480,556.13fledged Tea or Coffee Milk Insects will control the world intbe Florida. I Sensible Rate I I NICE and luscious.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood Alburywere I I I gineer in charge of projects who : Medium Cost Dinner future declares a scientist. We faint if you were dealt thirteen : COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI SHE tells these Enzymes

returning passengers on the i i, were attending a conference in Against and U. postal S. Government sav- Jellied Consomme suppose( the lady-bug will gain the trumps in one hand?" wonders! :

morning train yesterday from Mi-'!.{Jacksonville returned yesterday. ings deposits ....._..__- 121,370 Rout Chicken New Sweet Potatoes proper prominence. contract expert. First. weld investigate I Garage Etevater
aim where they had been for a. ---- 'Against public funds of Green Peas in Cream .1
I j j'I I States: counties Bread and Butter f to determine if it Popular Price .
short visit. t' school districts or I Stewed Plums "What would yon do._besides|la Democrat doing the'dealing.'
j Galen Lund. who is employedat I I
'I other subdivisions or Tea or Coffee Milk .
-- 1
:Matacnmbe with the office municipalities 259.18C ---- "

Mrs. Ralph Russell left on the force I.I of the engineers building Total Pledged .._._____$ ,UO.5I.nblale Very Special Dinner 1I.1'II'III'.IIITI'A WHEN to start
afternoon train yesterday for a Ithe I bridges, left yesterday for his ,.r Florida. Bouillon
Veal Loaf Vegetable Salad BUT not when to atop.THATS .
County of Monroe. ss:
visit in Miami with relatives and station accompanied by his brother Currant Jelly
:Sliced Tomatoes
I. J. J. Trevor. Cashier of fruit
friends. Clayton. the above-named bank do solemnly Bread and Butter why spoils.
swear that the above statement Melon Plata ENZYMES are 'in all beer
Its I true to the best of my knowl- CoflTs! .
I ledge and belief. WHEN it U being brewed.
Mrs. C. G. Bailey who makes Theodore McHugh, who was in I I J. J. TREVOR. 'I Subscribe to The Citizen. AnnouncementOur
her home in Baltimore,Md..ar- Key West for a short vacation, Cashier. -. THE secret U how to
1 CORRECT Attest
rived yesterday for a visit! with left yesterday afternoon for Miami -I I WM R. VARRE:'
her-eon: Clifton G. Bailey and where he is employed by the. JAMES' R. STOWERS I TROT THE Schlitz people do It
Florida and Power Company WM., IL MALONE PRIZE FOX
Light -
other relatives.Mrs. I
I Directors. WITH a process of their own,
Subscribed and sworn to Before I

Ralph Boyden and son i me Notary this Public 8th day\ State of. FREEMAN.July of Florida 1 3S.VM. .at.1 I DANCECUBAN New Store ? "PRECISE IT means absolute Enzyme control Control.of"

Miss Isabelle Duffy was an arrival -
Steve left over the East Coast Large. My Commission Expire CLUB
yesterday afternoon for a vaca-I on the morning train from Apr. II, 1537.Subscribe timing
Marathon and is the guest of Mr. it Friday Night INGREDIENTS so that every
tion with relatives in the home at to The Citizen.
Kalamazoo, Mich. and Mrs. Victor Moffat at the ; DROP of Schlitz is caught
I. home Whitehead street.MONROE .
I AT the very top of Its

Carl Rom senior radio electrician MENDELL'S FULL ripe flavor.That's why i

with the lighthouse department -'' THEATERJack SCHLITZ is as good to your
New O.E /?
left yesterday afternoon -, Oakie-Ben Bernie in UU i TUMMY it Is to your thirst.
for Miami accompanied by
his Frank.:where he will meet

his Rom son parents, from,.Washington tMrt and Mrs.,..who Frank. are:; James THE Cagney-Ann C MENMatiney .Dvorak Orchestra in USES 40% [( S .. ..

en routfe.toKerWest* Ho will Balcony lOci USS"CUR.BRENT Exclusive Men's Shop

continue on to Jacksonville on ....0.. Night: 15-25e : ',;I .' IS, ... .

business."ARCfiER'S; : i(ITS aged tor months.

i I THEN putU btown bottles

gives double the ["Cold, Capacity i !?. TO project its flavor from

GROCERY Richardson's SPECIALS AND SATURDAY GroceryFRIDAY = tJ 1930 -' "1 1935 Ei1. 4I i"irl::; ens-For, ; Business Tomorrow Morning i H SAY.NCXT'tCrne.FUhUghfiay. !don't Sly*:beer,

"The Store You Beat"That Serves .r Batter Ib 26e31c 8:30: O'Clock

Maxwell House Coffee, Ib ff

THRIFTY HOME-MAKERS Bli. Coffee IbKaffa 25c49e Now t General Electric
i S.ar.5 Ib.. 27c Refrigerator saves you even

It's more than low prices I Magnolia Milk. can. _?... lie more money. .. New 1935
that make Archer's foods so i Cream. 6 cans 38c and 41c I General Electric: models use We Are Please To Announce That The Following

attractive to thrifty choppers. Tomatoes, can 5c I 40%less current than General!
There's another reason-our Salt. 3 pkgs lOc20c Electric models of 1930. 4
foods are always new on our I Guavas, 2 H size can 'I Nationally Advertised Lines Will Be Handled ExclusIvely
Pears 2H .ie can 20c Prices as low ass
shelves. Nothing old. or i
grows OH
Peaches, 2), size .__ 17c Draught
I can

we fresh stand and the pure loss.to Every make your itemis I Ovaltiae.Baked Beans._11.6 cans__- 28c 35c I I 13789All In Key. West By This! Store. and

meals better and t. save you .
Ovaltine, large -_ 65c In Brown
more. Quality for quality I Praxes 2 H size can _._ 22c .'. 'I'' .
dollar for dollar you get the I Ivory Flakes 3 pkgs. 25c h' I Bettle.

bent for the least when. you I Potatoes 10 Ibs. .____. 21c t
shop at Archer's. Come in to- Rose Milk 5 cans 49c H'RTSCHAFf.NER: : & MARK

day and be convinced. I Onions 2 Ibs. ...,,T1.lr .? 13c CLOTHING h
W* Welcome Responsible pkgs. -- 23eSaniFlunk -2-r : BELTS SUSPENDERS
I can 23c G-E Refrigerators .
AccountsAll Ivory Soap 6 bars 34c AND GARTERS
have"ageless' .S EMAN'S' CLOTHING
Eddy's Starch 6 for _. 25c I r.The .
Competition met with I sealed'in'steelmechanism .. .
Low Prices and High Quality. Lax Flakes, 2 pkgs. __ 19c t r that requires no attention CHENEY CRAVATS
Lux Soap 3 bars 19c I and MALLORY HATS
I not even oiling carry
ONE STOP SERVICE Life Buoy Soap, 3 bars .r 19cKidney

Order All Your Food Needs Beans, 2 for _..._. 25c 5 Years Performance Protectionfor MANHATTAN MONITO SOCKS

Through Us I Crape Fruit Juice 2 for 2Sc only $1 a year. SHIRTS

Lard 2 Ibs -__- 29c I

Dressed Poultry I Cheese Ib .._ 2Sc G.E Flop $ 9260) MANHATTAN UNDERWEAR NUNN-BUSH SHOES

Fish Turtle Siam Rice, 5 Ibs. _.__ 35c
Fruit VegetablesMeats Tuna Fish can' __ lSc I "foJtls pried

Milwaukee Faunon
Dairy Product / I


Eaton and Elizabeth Streets tO SCHIITZ
814 Flemint .Street 1 I ..L..III.... W'1S.e .

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