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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 15, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME LVI. No. 167. KEY WEST FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




I "Boy Hobos" Turn To Education :j WALLACE WRITES 1 I'Order Preventing CollectionOf Pennsylvania Supreme Court Hands Down ..




., '. As, CTCJs- Started I California\ ) ', FLETCHER PEST CAMPAIGN ABOUT Gross; Receipt Privilege Decision Relative To Political Matters



Intellectual Abilities.Re- BABY SHOW PUT I I --- J' .- -
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PERTAINS TO FUND ASKED Taxes Chain Stores FiledBr '

.. J:; :I :'vealinfr' Themselves Under ON SUNDAY AT i I I I TO CARRY. ON WORK t IN EFFORTS MEMBERS OF MIAMI BEACH CLUB I Action Of Tribunal Upholds ,r j


Stimulus Of Activities i TO ERADICATE Aeveelate* Freiu) THOROUGHLY ENJOY VISIT HERE Measure Enacted -

BAYVIEW PARKAFFAIR PLANT PESTS GAINESVILLE, July 15.: did not declare the law un, ..
In SchoolBy I r By Legislature Dealing
I -Tbe three-judge federaleourt constitutional but restrained I Ii
RESEARCH UNIT Members of the Miami Beach With ElectionsBy

STAGED IN AFTERNOON -I Anent the activities of the order restraining collection 1 I Comptroller Lee tax collec- i Business Woman's League left Primary
DUDLEY ROSSBy State Plant Board in West
UNDER AUSPICES OF i Key MAKING SURVEY
.... .. tors
( "- Pr. ) of gross receipts, and sheriffs from col- yesterday afternoon
and Monroe the appropriations by train for
connty
:
CLYDE. Calif.. July 15.-Boys KAPPA PI Y ORGANIZATIONWITH II HERBERT PLUMMER
for the work of eradicating privilege taxes under :F1orida.s lecting gross receipts tax.I LOCAL MATTERS the return to their homes alter tar AMclatrd heal

wko recently were part of the MANY PRESENT plant pests in this community the It 1 i WASHINGTON. July 15.-The
new chain store tax applies to litigant chain spending what they termed "two i.
nation's following letter from II. A. Wallace i -
deprettion-fed floating PeBylvania .. court has
was filed in federal district stores companies only in 1I delightful days": in Key West.A prom
of I
secretary agriculture to
SECTION:: OF KEY WEST ,ADM'NISTRATION
( -
population are displaying and developing Members of the Kappa Pi Y handed down a decision .betide
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher is court here today. The or- I event they post a bond in 1 round of activities had been
Club afternoon at
yesterday Bay- I '' CONDUCTING

uattupected talent under tel explanatory: which, iatofar a. come eo0fr...-
view Park held their annual baby der denied application of specified amounts the bonds planned b/ the public relations department -

the curriculum of the Citizen show, which was to have been "Acknowledgment is made of I to be I SURVEY OF ECONOMIC of the FERA and virtually mca from that elate are concerned ;
chain store approved by federal!
your letter of June 13 transmitting operators for i
,
Training Corp here, first unit i in held July 4 but which was de- I I CONDITIONS all of the time of the visitors the ruling from Washington
copy of a-resolution: passed interlocutory injunction :I court.
ferred when the stand which re .
on I Ii if was spent seeing the
what i'hoped be a part-of the tfie\ by' the State Plant,Board of Florida I ; attractions invalidating NRA pale in political!
'contestants were placed fell. I i It is also effective I
for
straining collection of
: occupational of the city and .
federal at their regular'monthly meet The research"sectknbf the key I participating
'youth'program.I'racU'cal Quite. a numi-er of citizens' i cpari..
i ing on Jun 10. ,This additional license taxes''those stores which make' West Administration is )to", 'engaged I in various entertainments which
were present and many visitors, I I .
It "
and 'mec anical.'musi- I I a the'action pkolding ameatnra
many of whom expressed them- recognition.of: the 'work that the based on number of stores: themselves intervenors upon in conducting"iflrvsy of were scheduled.
cal dramatic athletic artistic and
? selses as being surprised at the ,: department has ''done .in cooperation : Arriving by train Saturday the enacted ,,.' the stat legislature .
even' intellectual abilities are revealing large number of healthy and operated by granted injunction -! posting bonds. Occupational I economic conditions', in' Monroe_
;with the' State-Pl:;jtt Boardin visitors
were taken to the Hotel
themselves under the stim- I knewo As the "anti-party
beautfiul babies in the contest. < county. When' -eompletcdl this
the 'erad ation of two important collection license taxes upward
I on range
ulus of this transient youths'achool gross receipts Colonial where they were guests
Following is the list of winners
I pests from Key West is ap- I I I survey will indicate the exact raiding act" It require that
here, staff members work-. as furnished ;' the Kappa Pi com- preciated. The urgent request for taxes. from ten dollars annually on and later went to Delmonico's

ing under Dr. George O. Smith, mittee in charge of the contest: the continuation of assistance is i f I economic status of this vicinity. restaurant for luncheon over those tJung pa4>bc; office in

corps director are finding. Babies between one month and noted ai! veil as the suggestion Federal Judge A. V. Long. one store to four hundred Necessary progressive steps which, which Mrs. William R. Warren, Pe..yl.aaia from ..elect'DO.
Publish Weekly Newspaper one year-He* linest girl: first 'that the department make effort t! dollars for I I I DOW on
an of Pensacola, filed an order! each store in,, will have to be taken in the future past president of the Key West .
Within a few weeks after the prize Joan Crjsoe; ; second prize, I to secure not less than $36- I ; Woman's Club, presided. A Spanish political) party and lay withit
Eleanor Ann Oren who was with the deputy clerk here chains of sixteen. Gross re-!l will ue
organization of the corps, whose 000. It is also noted that in requesting I also pointed out with J! menu was served.

facilities are still incomplete, the'I named after! the fit lady of the appropriations from the who will forward it to Pen-\i ceipts! taxes range from one-!I sufficient clarity by the research After being welcomed by Mrs. through the primary balloting.Five .

200 boys were putting out their I land.Prettiest Florida state legislature the State Warren and Mayor Malone;, Mrs. sitting members of the
own weekly: newspaper staging girl: First;: prize Joe Plant Board anticipated that the sacola where a formal injunction -! half of one per cent on each I department. Ann Martin president of the! visiting -

their own shows'-even putting on I Ann; second prize, Martha federal government would con ( Cooperation of the heads of organization expressed deep: house from the Keystone state
Dolores. will be issued when:store to five cent each
: tinue to the activities. per on
skits in the theatre of a neighboring support 1 business appreciation of the courtesies must revise their methods of be-
town--organizing: their own!I Healthiest! >1'0,': First prize: Under date of June 25 the presi- the required bond is posted./1'''store in chains of sixteen or every activity in the city which were being extended the ing elected to
under the
is needed if the congress
athletic contests and planning for: Arcardio Rodri,
dances. I Murphy Cates. th senate for consideration in I The order filed here was more units. I success, Albert Manucyt. : in terms of Key West and declared new law and according to insiderssome
I Prettiest boy: First prize, AI connection with the pending deficiency charge of the
research and
"I'd rather teach these department "you have an interesting
youngsters of the
Roberts in the .case of the Lane DrugStores 1 f The three-judge court dis- quintet likely will find s
Clinton
; second prize bill budget estimate 1
than any I have ever tried ; a ) said. beautiful city here. Other speakers -I
J. R. Clifford instructor in Neil Bergstrom. (Senate Document No. 93)) of and Winn and Lovett approved of this tax. Both I The data which the department. were Miss Ellen McKenzie and themselves out on a limb at the
Between one year and two $36.000 for continuing this work i 'I'
journalism and history comment I I is Stewart-Leonard. coming election.
I' years-Healthiest girl: First prize: during'the fiscal year 1936. t Grocery Company, both of, sides have said the litigation I riod.seeking The covers twelve a months two-year imme-pe During' the afternoon a sightseeing -
ed.The Nelia Acevedo. "In connection! with the eradication I Probably the most conspicuous
"project" method is mainly Jacksonville. A similar eventually will to the I distely past.are the most important trip was enjoyed with local

I Prettiest First Vivian order go
r
girl: prize of these from Key of the
pests is the demo-
used, with practical training along' t i but the previous twelvemonths citizens and come officisJs of the group present
vocational lines in addition to::' Gartmeyer; second prize, Sally West it is essential:: not only that in the case was Table, United States supreme court business must also be! Key Wet administration who cratic whip of the housePatrickJ.
Ann Goss. adequate funds be provided but ,I 'I drove to the various points of in

C citizenship'Glider courses.Built i Frank Healthiest Velez. Jr.,007"- : First prize,, also that the endorsement the necessary! of_work the citizens receive Supply .Stores,. .Inc.,,, ,,an&i for final- "decision.- -- A.:. recent der furnished that'a the comparison department might in 'or beI I terest. rt. ,,... __' -4i floor-, three-tlmer. Boland of tit succession Scranton, by elected capturing -
Saturday night special
In aeronautics, for instance, Prettiest boy: First prize: Albert of Florida, particularly thosein Southern Stores, Inc., to be : decision at Tallahassee in made. 1 show arranged and a directed by both democratic and republican

two gliders and an, old airplane Adcock. Key West. The West Indian filed in l\Uaml\ probably to- i circuit court that the entire : department Information will submitted be to the I,I George Mills White was presented nominations.
have been obtained from Between two and three black regarded strictly -
govern- : years- fruit fly and the citrus fly at the Havana-Madrid Club.
How
ment service sources to provide Healthiest:: girl: First prize: Joy are a potential menace to the day. : chain store tax was uncon- as confidential Mr. Mfcnucy Mrs. Janice Lewis severalsongs It Work
1 I
laboratory work for the boys. Thompson second prize: Betsie cultures of considerable said. No individual figures will be, sang The records indicate that some
; plant a .. '
will be taken]used. ]|f and, as always captivated
stitutional also
order said I The '
Today's the compiled figure for all|
They will tear them down and rebuild Volcase. pert of Florida and the southern '. her audience. 7,000 democrats in Scranton

them. Prettiest girl: First prize: Molina .- United States. The importance of ruling was based on an,: to the federal supreme court,' the Monroe county business is all that I Fast rhythm t&p dancing numbers habitually register as Republicans.
One of the has been Nowe second prize, Dolores these is not fully department is desirous of ob-
!) gliders ; plants pests appreciated were offered by Gerald Finder -I In the last three congressional
tested for actual flight use, and Gartmeyer. by all the citizens: at opinion to be filed later. It,it was said.MAKINGREADY. taining. I who later paired with Miss
Doctor Smith said he planned that!, There was only one boy enteredj I Key West. Unless objections: that __ I Forms for heads of business i Dollis Burchell in Spanish Tango I II elections it has so happened that
each qualified pupil should complete -!j I this class Billy: Roberts and he i I may be made on the. part of the houses to fill out have been mailed)|i number which "k3 a pleaswig; and I nomination for congress This so

a three-minute glider flight': was awarded the first and second i citizens to the carrying out of the ENTERTAIN FORSERGEANTATHEY TO out by the research department! )I, elicited rounds of applause. Twq.f bonafide republicans sought to

before finishing the course. : prize as the judges agreed he was I work can be effectively overcome and a prompt response is 'Spansih numbers were sung by split the regular republican vote

The same procedure is being pretty and healthy.The I the effort to eradicate these pests Any business house that alked.1 foe Torano Jr., self accompaniedon
that the democrats held the balance I-
i LIGHT obtained one of the forms
followed with gas engines. In contest was cnoducted by will be very greatly prolonged. FLASHNEW the guitar. *:r. White also
Delis Cobo. Henry Perez and Ar furnished one by notifying\ research of the power and were able
boat is
seamanship a fishing being: : and the numbers
sang were
mando Guiterez. The judges were 1 department. All possible ang- to elect Boland. He has no real
used to provide actual cruising ex- j mented by the -Ir.l and.
CARRUNSAGAINST information that is desired by the difficulty in landing the democratic
A. E. Fisher, D. Vf. Perkins, Stewart
perience. NE
] COMPLETES THIRTY YEARS LANTERN SITUATED IN Wt The hit of the evening was
busines. heads will also be furnished nomination.He .
Leonard and J. Lnrgnina. I -

Several Plenty athletic Of Recreation stars have already -| The Kappa Pi Y Club extend I I WALL BACKWARDS OF SERVICE IN UNIT- I LY ERECTED LIGHT AT by"the department. made Catherine, probably Ditti ,, by of Atlanta little Miss Ga.,I r Pennsylvania is one of the five whose other

their: appreciation! of the interest congressman
cropped up in sports, staged ED STATES ARMY PULASKI SHOALS paying her first bait to Key Westin campaigns ended at the primaries
taken in the contest, by the par-
ALIEN TAKENIN the role of mascot of the
,
Richard _
under the direction of
ents of the children, the judges I league. She dreaded in because they were able to capture #
was a
Worden former Stanford football who officiated and the many citi- FORTUNATELY DRIVER WAS both democratic and republican
player who is physical instructor.' I Tomorrow night the lantern in KEY ,WEST flashing spangled costume and nominations.The .
zens who attended the show.PORTERALLEN I l NO.t.\tl.R IN ACCI. Members of Headquarters! Battery Fang and danced equal to the
.
Outside the
of regularly supervised II tA.1JWr. 1 others are Dann of Pittsburgh ; -
.
curriculum, 'the corps mem- I t r ; ERDAY: 62nd Coast Artillery, Fort[: the newly! erected lighthouse at : best. r '1 ,, EUenbogen of PitUburg.
l Yesterday morning
I the visitors
!! SENTTO'CUBA .
ben are informal given ample'recreation' opportunityfor "' and I r t nl.pj'1I"YE.t i,1L I Totten, gave a turkey dinner on I I'ull\-ki Shoals will flash its rays sought their onn amusement and Berlin of Greensburgh and
Richardson: of Reading-all of
"pas. s" for the' evening or'over I L the battery out over the waters of the Gulf of visited points of interest not seen whom label themselves in their
night, July 6, at
a weekend.e'" .' co. is PRAISED I R"t. d 3 at an in- i Saturday on the previous tour of the city.

Bugle! rails regulate each"day's ; : i creasing'rata J ofspeed' an automobile for Sergeant E. A. Athey in Mexico\ and Florida Straits as a TRANSPORTED, FROM THIS The last entertainment featureof official biographies as democrats.

;. yesterday morning sheared I CITY the program came during the. Gnffey 'Deighted'Each
programt-starting with first call at TO.MIAMI I IN CUSTODY
'JoWmost1 l \or'ltbe> 'park nsoma, or I honor of his 30 years of service. new guide to mariners and the afternoon. A eraHc drill lean 'of of these men had the
6:15 a. mmeasat7a.mdrilItat PRESENTED WITH GOLD SIGN
'1:45. school sessions from 8:30'to :Jerusalem thorns trees in front of Colonel Ferguson presented a latest to be installed in the Seventh OF OFFICERS SENT HERE the Kev West: Junior Patrol gavean choice when they came to Wash
I' BY AMERICAN INSURANCE i, the lighthouse department. exhibition: Bayview Park i ington of affiliating with either
11:50, at school
mess noon Jut how the car was started silver tea service, in behalf of the Lighthouse District by Sup- FOR THAT PURPOSE which was heartily applauded by party. Boland, for example, took
again from 1 to 3:30 .
p. m. -retreat COMPANY OF NEWARKThe ,
has not been explained. There the visitors. II I his seat in December 1931, at the
at 5:5,5 followed by mesa! member of the artillery. Lieutenant -: erintendent W. W. Demeritt.The ,
was a young woman: in the car From the park the group concluded time the democrats took over control -
again and taps at 10 p. m. I when it began its retrogressive J. W. Kwyer officer of the : light is essentially the same Fredesvindo Bosque or Vic- its round of activities at of the house. Their majoritywas

Porter-Allen Co., local in-i' movement and its speed was be- 'day read the retirement order. type as: that erected some time torino M. Martin, was deported Rani' Miramar Club where they I I rather slim and for &evlrol!
THOMPSONS SAIL sLrance: agents, have been presented -,'! ing rapidly accelerated to such an : I from the United States to Cuba saw the marine garden and tame I weeks both parties were bidding
I with a gold sign j by the)I extent that after it had climbed Sergeant and Mrs. Athey and ago at Smith's S oals. The focal through; the port of Key West on trained fish. I for his support.

American Insurance of I children, who reside at 149 16th point is 49 feet above mean high und.sirablealien. I
Company up on the sidewalk and sheared Saturday as being an .Finally he decided to join the
FROM NEW YORK;l Newark N. J.. in recognition of away the trees and boxes its speed Drive, Whiteslone formerly lived I water._ The light is of 1700 DAUGHTERBORN democrats. His selection a* whip

the agency having faithfully rep was estimated at 50 miles an in Key West. Mrs. Athey was formerly candle power and has a geographical Bosqne was arrested in Key j in the present congress is credited

resented that Company for over a hour. range of 13 miles while its West Thursday: April 4, by Deputies in some quarters to the decisionhe
Miss Violet Russell, daughter
KEY WESTERS LEAVE EN. quarter of a century. The presentation Fortunately for the occupant of \ luminous range is 15 miles. Clements Jaycocks and Enrique IN COOK FAMILY,, made at that time.
was made by a home office the car the rear end of the auto of )lr. and Mrs. James Russell Lighthouse Tender Ivy will Mayg and held awaiting the : Pennsylvania politicians cay
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ROUTE TO POINTS ON : representative! of the company crashed into the enclosing wall of of this city.GOSHORNS. leave!' tonight Tor the Tort'.gas arrival of officers from Miami that Senator Guffey the first

who spoke highly of their the reservation and was broughtto group to construct new markersin who had asked that h. be taken i Announcement of the birth of democrat elected to the senate

PACIFIC COAST ability in handling the company's a halt. Neither car, occupant the channel leading Garden IIi custody immediately: upon his 1 a daughter has been made by Mr. :<: from that state in 75 years, ia

interests. ncr wall suffered. Only the trees RETURN{ Key and from there will go to arrival by steamer front Cuba. I and Mrs. Joseph V. Cook at General j:, highly pleased over the situation.
The agency: aVo received a congratulatory and boxes. Pulaski Shoals. On April 5, Officers Barker and Hospital Li Passaic N. J. The j f
( pcUI to The ('..tae.) letter from the president Schwelm, of' the Miami Detective new arrival has Leon given the ,
HOME FROM TRIPMrs.
NEW YO K.July 15.-Norber.gt of the American Insurance! : ] bureau arrived and positively i name of Margaret Loretta. ;'JUDGE,BROWNE\

Thompson, Mrs: Emma :Thomp-; company who has taken a personal FEW SPONGE ARE NEW ARRIVAL AT identified Boeqne as the one want-i i I I Joseph V. Cook ia the son oft j
pon. Jack and Mane Thompson of' interest in the event. .i ed in connection with the murderof Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Cook of

Key West' failed ,'ron>',N ew York!!1 "More important than all,",' SOLD HERE TODAY Goshorn.wife of Deputy TREVOR'S HOME Louis Bosch ,in_ Miami some i. this city.CUBA. i GOES TO MIAMIJudge

Saturday morning'aboard the(.wrote the president "is the bond i Collector G. N. Cfeshom charge. months previous. I.

California of tiie Panama Pacific j.I of friendship which has held nil of customs activities at Key i They left the next morning with I
Line bound for California: ports by together and we hope it may t I West and their daughter.. Miss i their prisoner for Miami and nothing TRANSPORTS. I Jefferson B. Browne left

way of Havana, end the Panama!' grow even stronger in the years I Sponge sales at the municipaldock Marguerite and lIOn, Nick, return-: Announcement has been madeof further was heard of the case I yesterday afternoon for Miami,

CanaL to come. Great credit is due you this morning were few and ed yesterday over the highway i the birth of a. son weighing until it was learned that the department -: 136 i, where he win be one of the judge

Among the other pssengers of ;; and your associates in that your' elicited but little interest among'|[from visits with relatives in Tam eight pounds to Mr. and Mrs. of labor! had ordered I PASSENGERSJ i to hear the suit involving the constitutionality ,

prominence! ::.boa.-d the boat are ;" brsiness has endured and prosperJed : the trade most of the offerings pa and vicinity.Accompanying. Douglas Young Trevor Jr., on Fri- him deported Sack to Cuba. of the new Florida

E. II. Lang, an official of the for so many years. Few agencies :: being grass and yellow sponge. : the Goshorn par day night at their home, 618 Elizabeth Bosque was brought to Key Steamship Cuba sailed judicial recireniting- act.
Anaconda Conner Company A. have been in existence for so! I There were hut two lots of wool ty was Miss Evelyn Tucker of' street. West Saturday 1 ly Immigration day for Havana Cuba, Sator.1 The hearing is today. Other

W. Noyes financial editor of the long a period, and your past' record -I offered one of'them smalL These Tampa niece of Mrs. Goshorn,l' The new arrival has been given Officer Emit Phillips, who delivered first class passengers, 18 second Judges sitting with Judge Browneare
New York Times, and Very Rev. should be a heritage symbolic I and the offerings of other classes who win be her house guest for the name of Stephen Jerome him to. Chief Claude Albury, class, five automobiles, five tons Judge Uly O. Thompson and

Percy T. Edro(.. of future achievements." :brought approximately |350. several weeks. i Trevor. of the local unit. of freight and 36 sacks of maiL Judge H. F. Atkinson.

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NO MATTER WHAT YOU SERVE IT IN-IF )ITS WAGNER'S BEER ITS GOOD. ON SALE EVERYWHERE ORDER A CASE, OR TWO TODAY. FACA 22RRB80

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INVESTIGATING THE"LOBBY offered and j ........................
lat5t enteen buildings ere
bt G.tt
:: UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN I the! f>same n :July number 30. are to be offered ) CANDLE FLAMEBy

Sunday ByTHE
Pally EVzcept
't CITIZEN: rCBLISHIlO! (::0., 'JSJC.a. : ". The average pitizen! of. Key West can by'Movie spoaight" DAYS: GONE BY I -- t
a. P. ART .X. Pre U '"tJOS hardly be considered an expert on the Miss Alice Watkins and lIirlt'r.1
Happenings Her Jot 10 Ysarii j ( BARBARA GREENS_ )
: ALLEN.. .b.' .t Bute* MOM**' I Miss Ruie, were passenger! leaYl -
c ti Frpm TI! Cltlsen Building question of utility! holding. companies. Ago Today A. Ta)M From ig I last night on the ship for I, ....,........ ... ..}.
Comer Greene and Ana Btreety I Consequently amid the charges and 000 The Files Of Tt>. CUis.;a f ,
that
Tampa. They will visit in I am a candle gone out in the
counter-charges. he hardly knows what fat_ More Wu ct city for a few days and then join dark;
Only. Dally N wspap r In Kfy Welt pnd.Monros -
County. the. truth. Due to the fact that General I their brother, Paul at Bartow1and I Misery and grief made meao.
G i John Perching will be in Key West proceed to Washmgtno D. : :
Entered at K,y Weal. Florida, as Mcopd class matter Qn one side, we see the President ofthe ;: R I north
T only a few hours Sunday no plansare C. and other cities in the I My broken bruised soul is a drifting -
J tp.
n FIFTY-tllTH TJEAA> : United States attacking these companies 'bemjr made for the entertain-' and easC k !I lost bark-

1I _hrr. .r t" Ass.el.tel Prey and attributing to ,them manyshameless went of the former commander-m- I Let loose on .a .tide turning

Th. Associated Press l* esclpslTetr entitle* to ... ?acts. He is supported by many his chief! of the The American! jrmy, and j I The "Spark Plugs" are in the low.
party general and partyof I
for repubUcatioa of all news dispatches credited to men in public life, regardless of party i about 20 will arrive on the lead in the attendance competition My hem i if a temple that.. mad
It or pot otherwise- credited in. talf paper: and also being I i Conducted by Equity Lqdge
lilesr} ,and! by the facts brought out*by the morning? train and be transferredto i I Number l love has wrecked) .
the local a.w published brio 70, I. O. O. F. Th..e.Plugs" With it's' strong hands ]
: that
'. the U. S. S. Rochester and on
in i i :
Federal Trade Commission
its six year "Spark are captained by; ,
blinded
that vessel make; the my ryes--
r-: r. I ifhcRIAIr1A5SOUATION) investigation.Qn trip through I II S !Hewitt. The other tt'amsj] lore-lights had
the Panama Canal to South : Eyes: that long.. .
) j are the "Barney. GoogV; and. I Ij '
:
the certain I America where the general .ill be j jt stippled, and flecked
3 7&1', ? /938 ether hand we see j "Cicero.": j jI jI j fond
thousand
I Put there bjr a
r.. ; .. utility! magnates} in a widespread'! advertising wry t chairman of the committee to discuss !- I I i her.S.o. .... '
the plebiscite in the longstanding
r, 3 .1D.gUJ. 'IO'i! JU..TESo. __0 assert that the investments I I I _Mrs. Sarah Welch and '
FI campaign daughter -
P '" : Tacna-Arica d 'ppt".1Captain ;
ar ,...f..,.. '.. t..J .'S.: .. Jl. I I am a candle, and gone are lU"
Sli I rtbi" .' .. .. f."AThreeMonth0.r4 of many people will be ruined by the Clark D. Stearns commandant -i I }lrs. JI T Naggercpn werejlassengers l I flames. '
_'. 160 legislation opposed Congressmen arw at the naval station, l leaving over the Fast! As went, there I lot all
by
i
many you
0.. V.Bth .t6Weekjr t>wn ; i wired General Perching. and 'his: Coast today for Miami; where they]
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_-,,.. .%8 regardless of party' lines. "The innocent nab pI. trt I' party an invitation to luncheon. will visit! with Mr:. Welch's I' my glow
i daUJlh-j
me"again. dear, with
} Oh, light
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-'DVEB'I'ISL'tQ'B&'I'E'faCie I should not suffer with the guilty"declare aid} dinner at the station), but ter. Mrs. J Henry Sunders, I sparks from the same
sister. Mrs. D. B. Walker )
) known on application., spokesmen for the utilities who admit' that. far .has received no reply.Martelli \V pkh and dau/Hrr;! will visit rrl.l'1 Fiery lore that we knew long
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SPECIAL NOTICE some mistakes have occurred. I. ry .r other cities before returning to I i ago. .
:All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution!* of lowers!'! sales (continue' ', -- --- A
respect, obituary notice et&_, will p. charred for atc Now with lobbyists on both sides be- their record creaking route; and 1 1I I Kf'YV f'1d. .__ i: BENJAMIN LOPEZ

the rate of 1C cents a line.iotlces ing Investigated, what are the relative p ta I by now nave gt'ne far beyond tnr- .::1 HOME'
; for entertainments by ,churches from whicha turn set hc of : Coa t Guard Cutter aukee.i FUNERAL
by develop! < iff: :
revenue I. to be derived aro C cents a iine, positions? In the first place, the Presidentis hn M IIA+ subdivision. The prediction is being ;i which went to the assistance. of a I Ii i ii Srris Key West
Tb. Citisen Is 'an open forum and Invites discussion not interested in any utility'' job or the s ifl I made that every :lot ;in the i i burning: vessel!! 1 feveral days ago:: Half. Century
of public Issues and subjects of local.or. general/ chance of future profits from utilities. The 2j f -cal.uMB A I tract will be sold by the end of the: returned to port this morning.I 1! 24 Hour Ambulance Service <.
Interest put U will not publish anonymous communications. LfLtiL4vl2e tola auO STUDIOS "sTODAY'S .' week and !ales!'! like ti,oe of the I I The vessel put into Wilmington! :i I Licensed Embalmer
only selfish thought that can be. !attributedto dottltt lMd Shactid.s for rupplies before returning. to I '" 696->h-
Night
: 2d b pqit I morning hours today whiiih total! II I Phone 135
him is political in nature. The utility lurrl. sowtd tltt aal lif ur' ed $92,r>00. indicate!! that the predictions -I her. home port.
: sides of the tennis
4Both! Moody-Jacob !! ;
barons on the other hand attempt to pre- uJ fn d4vt 6i'tuufJ. t own... are on *le way to befog --
controversy may, take umbragp in-.the fact I realized Deveioj.nvent work
{ vent the abolition of a form of enterprise I.
'
that Helen won. t'!'tidt- which is being.a(7fd| an rapidly!' CONDENSED STATEMENT, OF CONDITION__OF ;
: that has been guilty of of the most
> many by the South. Florida sparcjir'K' \ :
H 'i,3 I flagrant corporate crimes"of the past and Engineering! : .companyjs; ; o THE 'FIRST NATIONAL BANK : .W.
MS'1t corrt&rfcT that travel 1 extensive! that madly: 11\ 1'f I'
p. Y' generation.We [r WEATHER quired to take care of .thediflercnt : -, OF KEY WEST*"t -

broadens the mind; that-it* alsp flattens- thepotlcelbook do not profess to be able to spot .. project ,on the. strSotsand i .. at close of basiaess'Jba* 29135' .

Is Ignored. I the right from the wrong holding company '., sidewalks will siart.ths; : .trek! ) Comptroller's. Call
with occasional .
Temperatures night and Tuesday ..,
It. .bufin view of the enormous losses suffered Highest ....--...-......-----..--.........-..90) showers.East ,. The Palma Kola offices" are offering i RESOURCESLoans

One thing may be said for poverty; i it by investors in ventures .comparable to Lowest ........ .............................79 Gulf: Moderate .youth or some of the most valuable t and Investments .... 303,950.23
keeps us from having lot of'things those of Samuel Insull it seems absolutely Mean ..._... ..-.................. .........84 southwest} winds and mostly! !overcast waterfront operty on the lower !banking House, furniture
a. we ... .......... wea.ther and Tuesday _... 33848.51
Normal. Mean ............ 84 tonight keys and have an advertisement! and Fixtures
are better off without. ,necessary that the companies; be curbed. R'aiafaU. with occasional] ",showers. !, Stock of the federal Reserve -
in The Citizen today. The special
Whether there is any method of adequately I I I BankTemporary _.._._____ 6000.00
Ins' offered for safe has
Yesterday's!'! Precipitation, .0 !: WEATHER CONDITIONS ( tract being i Federal Deposit -
When a man has failed in other businesses protecting the public except through Normal Precipitation .... .10 Ins. about 40 acres and more the 9-I i Insurance Fund 1954.01

he still into 'newsp' p abolishing! them is not<< certain, but even ''f'r: :.rmvrf; Z4-...IV jterl..4 Pressure is moderately low thislnonrmg I 000 feet of water frontage. Mem- United States Govern
may go the r r. dark this mmtmtuf.Tomorrow's t. bers of the Palma Sola organize ment Obligations direct -
throughout sections
most .
the House version of the utility holding ;
: AlmanacSun
business-selling papers. :. lion say this is the best offeringthey and fully guaranteed -
of the i River Detroit
company measures is an immense gain .rises ...-.... .......... 5:41 a. m-. : east, Mich..Mississippi 29.84 inches whale afield have made :;since the openingof ; t. .._.._.._....|593,664.
'' conditions the Sun sets ....,..... ..... ..... 7:19 p. m. ; their offices. Other Marketable, Bonds
to rire&
The "white man's burden"' now is to 'over ? prior present day. Moon rises$ :..*.....:..... 7.54 p. m.. of high Mountain e overspreads.the nad I and Securities ..._n 200706.21
find Louis Moon sets ............ ... 6:06 a. m. eastern Rocky Editorial comment The. Cash and due from Banks! 437,575.27LIABILITIES 1,231,946.1'1I
an
opponent keep Joe from Plr, ns States, Pueblo.? Col., 30.20 : people
wearing: the pugilistic crown. RARE U. S. MONEYIn Tomorrow' Tide. P.MJ f inches, and pressure continues are: being' told they must!' work t;).I $1,577,69392
A.M. off the coast pet her. The only trouble with
High ......... ...... 9:31 10541 high Bermuda, 30.30 squth inches.Atlantic' Showers that is that many of them do not ,

One of the oddities of the English a collection owned by a New Yorkbank Low .......-.:......:.. 2:45 4.30 and thunderstorms'I have occurred want to work' eitier: :singly, or. to- I Capital __-:--_.. _S 100.000.00I
Barometer 8 a. m. today: I gether. Surplus and Undivided Profits ....- 58.906.541.418.792.3S
l language is embodied' in the assertion that is the most complete assortment of Sea level. 29.98.. j I sinceyesterday! morning in the I Deposits ...---...:.....___..:......:..--
Middle arid South Atlantic soil I
!
in the world which visitors
in p'e rare money are .
order to settle has to settle -' East Gulf States and from the The government buildings: which j
down. permitted to see.. A few. of the rarest WEATHER FORECASTTill : upper.Mississippi Valley eastward. were offered for sale on June' 21 I 1577698.92
United States issues may be mentioned. I over Ontario and portions of New will be offered for sale on July l I Since Jan. I, 1935, we have voluntarily relinquished
( 8 p.. TO., Tuesday! ) + England with heavy rainfall as 30.. Captain J. J. Maher said to $39.000 U. S. Postal Savings deposits.
There is silver dollar of 1804 only
a ,
We read of a girl who pencilled her; Key West 'and Vicinity: Partly followsTanina! : Fla.. 3.18 inches' ; day.: He' stated tbd all bids made Member of Federal Reserve System
14 of which are now in existence. It is with occasional showers Savannah. inches at the p rev 10'is fate had been re-
name and address on a good egg and there- cloudy ( C1.50 ; Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
said that the rest of those minted that 'Chttrleton. S. C.. 5.22 !inches!-;.Hat- jected by him and the war department .
by got a husband who turned out to be .a had approved! h's action.! Sev U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY
went down with bound for ;
bad egg. year a ship ? ... De-troit .... .
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China and lost in a storm. this in -
weather prevails morning: - -
Another oddity is the Pine Tree ... Lake but I".I'I"I.IT.lI".IT..I/
of the .
Our! own idea is that buying at home shilling." : -.Although this coin was minted II \[t \ 1I elswhere portions eat of' the Rockies region temperatures :..:.......-,?..!p. ,.-.tp. ...,., f .!.,.t ....,..! ....................e ....

will build up your home town and increase I// are generally season
for 30 years the date 1652 is on all of IJ : :
the \alue IbV\r3i .able.. _
whatever
; of stake you happen to There bills issued in theearly _
them. are paper ( G. KENNEDY ,
have in it.There. days by various states which were ili I;; \1,#;-% .. ':8i' "? .J";. Official in Charge.

printed in two !languages; for example, .! ;;) ff : p..}!! .S. ,1 !! I mi Y SPECIALS

should be more tree planting in Louisiana issued J ,bills printed in ,English i Showers' Partly. Cloudy : lac i 4 Y' i QJ ocfle; *

Key West, and to such an extent. that. we and l and Pennsylvania in Englishand .. .:. .
<<: prer-ch, ; i tonight and probably! Tuesday, ;, ,',.. ,"p!"! t; .1
may exclaim! with the poet "trees will l German. gentle to 'southerly: ; Today's i u a !ympathetie, .- .

crowd into a shade'Governments Variqus specimens of local scrip, issued winds. lure fond of home and parents
with a .s cretivp." sensitive pi p9;i-I ls BEACH !
Florida: : Showers!'! tonight and
emergencies also shown
during are tion and a (certain lack of energy: rm
like) individuals have as well as greenbacks issued by banks between probably in rata; and :oullipor if born in'oprU4n portions nftherfay. .
.
tions Tuesday. J ; generally fair in; The blend with : :
their phobias. That of the United States 1820 and 1860, also specimens .of northwest portion Tuesday characters -! CHAIRS I
i j, the general ten-ien'ie- the pat: fc8fficK
government at the present' time is reckless Confederate. rn.oney. Jacksonville to Florida Straits',: or tie following! lava! if the, na: I I I Ii
spending to secure a bettered economic In the early days, American Indians Moderate south or southe winds]: live is born in the earlier. > 'the :
and mostly overcast weather too later hoors. i
condition. highly valued! rod *woodpecker scalps i iI .
__ -- -=- i i $1.75 I i
usedji Nf
which) were $:money..: f ,. ,. I
Instead of deporting all indigent Two' cancelled checks issued by Henry I : .' 11 ,..

ahers from the United States it is 'now Ford aretshown-one'forone-, the : lIl i iIII .'

proposed to return them to their native other for $146AOO,000.kezers! also the i i

lands at government expense. There seemsto special check,designed; qjrthe;payment .ofLindbergh's i Oscillating 6 75"

be no end to efforts to waste the tax .$ ,QO.O Atlantic flight! prize Fp ,p tht ) :

payers' money. A taxpayers strike"might money, and} a draft executed in Braille, : !

prove an effective weapon to halt these signed by Helen Keller. ICE I : THERMOS BOTTLES -- St.25 J tl! i iI'

futile attempts to bring back prosperity.The .Altogether' there are about 40,000 USE

in collection, owned by the -
pieces the !
MOSQUITO! !SPRAY _.I I -IT-Pnt.! 15c
Citizen is in full accord with Chase National Bank which is visited by IT'S PURER! I'

Cuba's; determination to rjd} itself of Communists I some 15,000 persons every .year ? l f-ASTS LONGER! .i Quart' 25c;Sprny un, Jik. H_ .. .. !

and finds ample justification in .. ..- --.- _.... ri I
POSSIBLY \\"j1 ICE REFRIGERATORS : White, h'Qr7, .( ***>>, Buff, French
the recent deportation of fifteen American PALMER PAINT
i I Orty: P** Green and Light Blue
-, headed by Author Clifford Odets..! I Made of all metal-equipped t i

His play, "Waiting for Lefty," now current The latest discovery of science indi- 't with WATER COOLERSThey're I 80C Ipl.5U ;

in New York is communistic.. propaganda cates that the brain of a sleeping personis u Half Gallo} Gallqn ,
1 Economical
pure and ,simple.} In some .!cities: I active .and! extremely sensitive.! For example } E t -Ii)

the play ia i )barred\. mainly! however, for electric waves are caused by sounds 100 Per Cegt Refrigeratfoictio } )a PAINT Sky! Blue, Lavender, Lettuce Green ,
i DECOTBMATER
its foul lan'guage."nnd blasphemy. toq light to waken (the sleeper, such .as 1 I >s l I I and Tan"fT :.

- -. --- coughing, rustling paper, or a low con Priced. at : 'f .40 C .:

Calunviist O. O. McIntyre. who versation. The investigators report that : .Iih! Package! Regular Price 60c, Sale Price :
I
doei+n't like Key West although h .hails the same sounds do' not cause the waves Lt' F3o; $35 li ..

from Callipolis, U in troubled waters. when the individual is awake. and i ... Y."'I.

Christopher Morley the author.., accuses!! This will probably point'the way forsane I EASY TERfS-10 DAYS J ..' ) :..... I

the angular writer of "New York Day by citizens i to. become useful.! Awake TN..' IUH 1 FREE TRJALTHOMPSON'S ,

Day" of plagiarism and cites, .innumerahje} they do not seem to suffer any kind of CO. I : Sooth fJgfflJa fAJwa tipg &. Engineering Co. i

items cribbed almost verbatim from Mr. electric waves in the brain. Possibly by I I -

Morley's writings. When McIntyre'wrote putting them to sleep, the cortex_ might. -iNG- 1 hoe 598 White ajid Eliza Street i

that "Key West is the most uninterestingplace work. 11 II Phone No. 8 1 .

I ever, visited," he was entirely original I 1"y:
lie will .not find that statement elsewhere -:. The girl who marries without knowing .. ..

no matter how industriPusly hi L.* .how .operate a house ought to be 1. 8UT ERr w. ........................................................................

secretary looks. wed to a man' ..who can't hold. .. a job, .." ,, ,, --.-
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.IADY\ MADE LEAGUE' STANDINGS ;
JaD '
Clqsffied CQlUrnfldvezttaemenza Maaa
.;:_ .11Y CORALIE."ST NTONSOPHSt I i AMERICAN LEAGUE .

Club- W. L. Pt't. .................... .......... ..... ..*. .*...*. .*.*...*... *.aaaaa. n nn
>J. \,r. srk'lbery-Za rt fn It.oar r A LOST
f Ota *' I
.. gr :
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asactaro.U .ea ourc>"4 Detroit __ 49 32 .605

'*. itr r Z oicrtrt rarU 0oe i.f to.r Liverpool OixitV, *.S.4 "I hare no people.. You've forgotten- ;1 1n Chicago _.__..._ 42 32 .568 will be inserted is The Citizen *! i LOST-BUVCH OF KEYS'Finder -
he tp wv Ana*. irked b. 'M that. Cleveland "...._ 39 36 .520 the rate af Ic a word for each intertion J return
I twest of a *tro please to the Blue
lit 1'4WtCT. !*" trafm tike road But..haven't yon tried to pet. to Boston "'"''_'.._''_''' 41 38 .519 I but the minittuaj for tilt Heaven Lunch Counter and receive

e, to tA*. vow ioIUitf.9 .'.ool.. i.#/,*evv.. trp.. AtlAat +..- touch with your wife?" .. --:..'. ....._-,. -- --_., '" -a, --I Philadelphia 33 42 .440 I first insertion in eve y instance !is j jZSc. reward. jly13.3tPIANO
Aa lid ,co *a : back
i
lI.r was turned to Albery. lie was TUNING
ttlv km loot .trying. (a > == Payment for classified adyerI -
g. to finishing a and soda In 10 to 1 CecisioD.in. the GAMES TODAY -
whisky which [won a I tisements I
? YORK YANKS NATIONAL LEAGUE is invariably in advance: ,
a. they bad been celebrating r tllru.It nightcap. I PIANO TUNER. Laureano Me.
but
Club- .W. L. r\t.: ,{ regular! advertisers with ledger<
Chapter Fire sounded h rather as, .It be were. chok- I A field day by Frank Demaree: AMERICAN LEAGUE New York ..._....._... 51 22 .699, accounts!! may bare their.advertise-- reno. Excellent piano for sale
ing. SPLIT TWIN BILL Il 1'" Brooklyn at .iUourgh. ,.. .. ( menu I. cheap. 1018 Division street.
b4 Y-Y"'ATf'1 : who drove in foir run. and scored York Cincinnati. St. Louis __ ... 411 29 .612 ctarnd. '
"Your wife. It's the most extraordinary New et I .._......... : jnn24-lmo
?" two enabed the Cubs to Chicago ---- 45 32 .584 Advertisers sn.old five their
{ERE more
;i- 4Jd you crash des I Chicago. I
thing-yonr wife II I' work WITH WHITE SOX I the five-game series from Philadelphia at Fitlturgh ......... ... 42 37 .532 :_street address a; well as their tel,-1
Landed Albery of th* returned ing for ns at the omc It almost : sweep 1 ioaton at St. Louis.NATIONAL I II.
} Boston by edging out ,the Braves Brooklyn ..._......._._. 33 42 .ttO I phone number if they desire r-j'
poor*.''"Who found you seems as It we were both "dreaming. I J j 8 to 7. fore a small crowd of 7- LEAGUENo I Cincinnati .___.......... 36 42 .462 l,,. lts. v\ .....
doesn't ,
? !
It Put were not
ashed In a typhoon somewhere 700. .' I. Philadelphia ._.. .... 31 .u .413 '! With each classified advertisement ) '
+ Rex Moore turned his ccheouled.
,'the Marquesas Islands, I did bery's face In a hard stare.eyes on For Al-a PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS. The summaries follow: games i iI Boston ..n................ 21 57 .269 i I The Citizen will give free anjAutostrop RUSSELLCIGAR

bop to-Fiji fine time.And moment they really looked like the DEFEAT DETROIT TIGERS;1 AMERICAN" LEAGUEI I and Mancaso! I dlantoa and! PadI << .1 ........................ Razor Outfit. Ask for'I
$ t "one. too. Then' I struck a eyes of a blind man.. but Albery did First Gam den. i it.
J'ch.the worst one I ever knew' not notice that. BOSTON DOWNS CLEVELAND At Jew York R. H. E.I _-' .. Today In History -

,, forced no good I was bel pie... I He told the airman in.a few rapid IN FIRST CAtyESpreUI J Chicago __..._...-.-.- 370 1 At Chicago R. H. Lt ........................ I r ROOMSI
/t : down. -I was hurled words how hia New York .._._ 491 I STORE0
young wife believing I Boston _.".._j___._....... 7 13
r411 and'Sewell declares war on I "TUB 1\IUNRO"-Rooms $Y.00
herself his widow. of course bad Batteries::Lyons ;i Chicago; _.....-.__nnn.,.-. 893 1778-France ,
'poe't remember much about Itm't been In a rather' bad :way out In Australia Comes_and Dickey. Batteries: Betts. Brandt and England: -and asricts:: our Revolu- $2.50 and $3.00 per week. -
I I <. t. The tttlirMNEW tion. Double and Single. 128 N. E. -
know why wasn't smashed and bad been discovered by ., I War cke Carleton and 1
pieces. Must bar been ancon. his friend and colleague la Sydney YORK July .-The Spohrer; 4th Street, Miami Fla.
Baseball
j, dons tor days. 1 bad been picked and sept home,' and how ever since; Yankees! ere'hut 'out by Ted J 1 Second Game 'r Hartnett. 1791-Dr. Joseph Priestley.shome .i i jnne26-lmox ReturnsBy
Birmin 'ham. England.tcked
by a 7ht.nd; ; was taken to Callsiiia. she had been a rained l member of j At New York R. II. E. in :
Lyons and the White Sox 3 to 0, I First Came
Wire
mob because of his -!
I They told me the storm died the London office staff. Chie o'0: 5 0 by sympathies FOR RENT !
tin! as gulokly as It had cote up. in the first game, of a doubleheader -I New york ___...._.........._. 5 9 II At Cincinnati R. II. E. with French Revolutionists I I
( Brooklyn ..,:. ............. 4 10 hi and scientific mtruments --0-
played before 37,010 cash .m. -- library
b* people who owned, the yacht SUPPOSE ; boy j Batteries P..e Wyatt Kennedy t BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
| my dear yqnthought I !lJI. { Cincinnati ..._._... ........ 9 12 21 l best in world I I COME IN AND GET THE
i joked after ma (or more than :a f she wall still, la. Australia customers, but cmae back to splitJ'en :: and Sewell; Broaca and Jorgees. .m. among: [ Hour, Day or Week. Repairi
Batteries: BA.h;; and Lopez Dr. rne tley migrated'
; destroyed.
I : | all makes RESULTS OF THE
w be concluded. by taking the afterpiece, 5!i and paint them with
,i \ OAt Freitas !and Lombardi.; to America. I Nu-EnameL We carry a fall MAJOR BASEBALL

:;;; _. ___ ._ 0"_ to : t of the
for
; 4.Schoolboy Rot e'a momentary *, Philadelphia R. II. K- Second Came 1913-U. S. Board of Med a- I I supply Rollfast and parts.Dayton Agent Bicycles.And LEAGUES0

letdown in toe tenth gave the Detroit 3 5 1 f At Cincinnati R. H. E. tion and Conciliation created' -
n..m..n sell them as low as $5.00
Athletics a winning.. 4 to 3 edge Philadelphia, ..._............... 4 11 1 Brooklyn ................m..... '270 1918 Battle of Chatean-Thier.' I down and $1.00 week. We CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
Detroit and 'spiked ,the Tigera' C .......... per
over (Ten Innings) nci h3ti .mm..... 4 10 1 'I. '
rj began.1929Iooter's. Buy and Sell all makes of used I SOFT DRINKS,
hopes of climbing: nearer the Batteries: Rowe and Cochrane; Batteries: Beiu-e and I'help8; ----, 1" Bicycles. Phone 276. J. Itt ETC.
-.. lellgu -1eadi ng New York' Yankees. Dietrich and Rubards. Nelson and Ca"1pbcllI I
--- :" 'The Massachusetts 6:30 'p. m. Farjn. Hoard i Stowers company 615 Duval

Sunday' 5ports, bw"halted the second First Cam came into existence i street. apr9-tf -. ........

wLi 'game' of 'ai 1 doubleheader between Fret Gam. I At. St. Louis R. II. E. .-- .- -
1'
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the'Ioston Red Sox and At Boston R, II. H.PhiladelphIa ._m...._.......... 174 ,

I Cleveland Indians in the tenth inning ,Cleveland ...................__._ 383! St. Louis ......._._._.._..._.._ 5l0\ .

with the score at 2 all after I Boston .......-.._..__....._.___ 2 10 3 J'J Batteries! : Jorgens and Todd;, dwinll d

the home team had battered the (Ten Innings) P. Dean and Davis.Second 1 1I be

visitors 14 to 3 in the first game. Batteries: Hilderbrand Stewart I -
I
r Young Cy Blanton had the pace- and Pytlak; W. Ferrell and R Game. bar'

setting Giants swinging *\ the Ferrell. I At St. Louis R. II. E. 'Don ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo

t Rind and the Pittsburgh Pirates Philadelphia :......._.-..-.... 1 7 01St.

donned the New Yorkers 4 o 2, Louis ..._ ..--.....-...?..10 16 0 get th* ontuul Davit 100% Pr* Paint
for their on'/ triumph of the f ourgfjr -; Second Came Batteries: Johnson, Bowman, Be sure t0 MADE IN BALTIMORE.: ; ) ?fatTHEaaMvisca

I d >e series. At Boston R. II. E.J Bivm Prim, an'i! Wilson; Walker I look for Dave 100% Pure Paint ha oftca ."*a 1551

Sweeping Uieir f'ivegameeri s I Cleveland ..__.........__...._..14 19 0 I and-Delancey.Subscribe o.t imieatebetnaverdupbat.Lt ...___...

I I with Brooklyn. the Cincinnati I Boston ..._. ........-.... ...... 2 6 3 II this Label DVM fta% Par faint canfatw*. wait ,==-

Reds won both ends of a double I Batteries; Lee, Harder and to Tfe. Citizen! I all pare paint Law and if .she only' punt ::.:::.---

bill 9 to 4 and i to 2, to step into I .Phillips; Ostermreller and Ferrell pljRE' bat arrive a guarantee of punty. ==

I I fifth place in the league roster. I St. _Louis'at Washington, rain. I -, -- ... I PAINT
u. I Cook for!this Cuarmtee on the Label-*
The world champion Cardinals I : MONROE THEATER '"__

series with the Philaijelphia ..._ ...... .. ..
!swept! their Astaire W mnn iiiiiM w tk y P.-M. .t.a.r.rd wr r ; r--
NATIONAL LEAGUE Irene Dunne Fred I ....._ ... __ .... .
I Phil, ry taking: both Ginger Rogers inROBERTA AD are ,e7 ns rs h .M thr yh D'sl.n.nty. .. _

ends of a doub'eheader! before 22- At Pittsburgh R. H. Po.I l I <&isw /nil BALTIMOREMB'
'
000 fans., : PaJl Dean hurled his 1 New York ..........._.......__ 261 lOc; Orcn. !

The people who owned the yacht looked after me". I I ninth victory -of the season in the I.I I Pittsburgh ..._......___..... 4 10 0 I Matinee Ira, lS-20c Balcony| Night, ;15-2Se i G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J

I 5 to 1, and Bill Walker Batteries: Smith Stout Gobler
opener .I J
But why didn't .yon send word "1 didn't know she was In England ___, ______ __ ___ .
dsomar"Dldn't: ." was the slow reply. -' -- .-. -- ..

feel like It. They were descent "We were so glad to do what we t .,

: folk and kept It dark. I was a could to help her. Of course, you ...

Siseless log.' 'What was the good? Better mustn't blame yourself;; yon hada't -. .. .. ._-..... .-..... -... .. .,' ._- ,.., --.--,
.
that yon should think me dead time to make a will./or anything like : f

-Yon always were a queer chap. that You'd only! Just been married Chesterfield... the cigarette Chats MILDER < ;. -:' '
But after you recovered your sight?" hadn't yon when you took off?" ; : ;

,' -J) was down and out-a bit mad. "I hadn't anything to make a will

1 thick.. I owed my life my eyes to wit b.- was the 'aawer! : It sounded Chesterfield.. the Cigarette i that T BETTER

those people. But I gave them the rather callous to the older man.
slip and made my way to New York
But. then. Moore bad always beena
somehow or other and picked up ,a
funny sort of chap. Not much social
big of a living there." and domestic side to him. AI- : j
'"Did you fly under I another name?"
t
bery-had been astonished to bear ;
"\. I didn't all I
fly at thought I
that he had married although there
was through with that. .I 1-1 last.
had been rumors he knew. In Australia
picked" up a living- ,: where he had spent several
\\hy hare you tome back now?"I !
months .preparing! for his great I .,
"Uetajiee I had to. I got a changeof :eight F -Jr

heart" He gave a bitter little>
"This Is a bit of a shock to merry I .
laugh: "I 1 told
myself I I'd been a fool ax
wife being! : here tnJ working for
,doing gothlug! bclust, fuisiug became '
yens :Moore' went on. "II certainly:
I I'd hcd oad luik I thought; of
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,
It extraord:nary I I'm sure It'l very tI
you :Mr Albery I thought! '
; yon might:
after
good of you ,to have' looked
give me cuothrr rlame. I'm I all I
(Ircr.11I3: fire cure_a cnrjous fixed'QZ'jriEEiOn
right: uo w. I : : : .t tb-t ,"IJ:e a;y look for re-
10 tarry on If you dou't lhl-1. I Fall text i fnxh'e.:
much of rcrt end for -
a too old thejob"
i "I I cap: JCSL !!It ralh.e r brings ItDome
: to you that you left the poor
"I'm co &L.d to tee you I dualknew t I .
f girl viliicut news of yourself! all this
wh.t to e-y." tia: fifty's:>> I:lie. It might hart! caused a'lot of
I
_wane reply \.., j-uuUe.) iloqrp.. Shf has Jboaibi_herself
: T I : a widow" . .flr .,:.. .,
ha tEll Intosi.cnce .. \ .
theu.Io"rul: : :: "You
AMD. _._ ___.. ... ... I re rl'lii. It might have made '
,
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lf: lot of trouble" said/ tUp airman: 'I I
SHe! r muat:ercd how. only a few .
i Lauhltully.: "I m rather overcome : ., rta ",. ? I
daystago, he badfe.4 io yang Url t I a p..lo I r 5l&or. In hlj IU..e. "I uniotlnieawop j "Joy doesn't kll! ;- answered Al I ,:t.'\\\ ...nIf ", '.;

Jtr U>wii .t.ijl litpe bgrfiast hop i I u.rr ewi n-bly1 Cui l.h..b1ll.' own mind ;, '.,.

that be might come liaik_ *" tuire was an unpleasant reaction ". -. -"-,,$ ._
Aud here be was I'andun! before: J.alu'JeJuqr: WP Uoofe a wits now:
him Kes Uim- |".r husband back: : .
| not his wJow| Quite a .different .. .
front the dead In the amazement : thing: There was a sudden crisis lab'3

and sboi-L of the acne<<: be had nut : : uraiu a wave of angry heat the. L
thought of the girl before: That nude fircl -
pans of Jealousy of his tile .
II more lD<.oupr.lieuslble than ever "Now, you will be off to see her. ,: j.Jir-.: ;
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The young men meat! ildculljr: have V.'e ran: tls h1shf'u lomorrowOf :! r -dat t

cone off !bU head:: tqr a "htla. And .curse.y- ;J must get lack to your I 7 fu

no wonder i al>li. 111 La behind you. Don't worry t .
"Mooie" tie said "Uuvcnt yea let about that! Tbero are still a few _

'anybody know that you're back In records unbroken-and .tb* Pacific
England .alive*" i' U: always there*" .t Juuta& mc4 dcwn.

-No.. I bate 'i" boo,eb dy midst; ; -Do you t no* her: address!". ,ked >q; wta : ,
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have remeiuuered me; Id bate had I the: airacuz.!
to tell this .m ,aro'a thousand
) I fCofyrtffht/ ins. Coral! Staxto*} t H
times I've bo; >;.a Ixjcdca! a .weci.: a

just trying to get nsep to it." t-r: vt&ck
Lijrie::: ;tl I_ to.r 'the
*' : pets a ths.fc. s
l !1L my .dear boy. havcit 1 r"nu r M .01 _

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Ralph Russell and daught Mrs. Miriam Albury left over i Pictures Should Tell Stories more teacher and pioneer editor .
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Lois Rae, left yesterday for the East Coast yesterday after I 5SS I 55 the second woman member]

Miami for a visit with relatives. noon for Miami where she will Given 1607-Rem'jra.-lt, famed Dutch!I| the American Association for
visit with relatives and friends. Enjoyable Party Friday painter i! and! *chw: born. Died, !I i Advancement .f Science borni |

Mra. Bush wife of Deputy] _____ Afternoon For Waldo Collins t,, Oit. 8, 1C6P.) i Berlin Cona. Died in Kiltim
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United State Marshal Ray Bosh Mrs Paul Herrick and baby left !{I July IS, 1884.

and one, are enjoying a vacation yesterday afternoon for Miami -- i 1748 I -
with relatives at Miami Beach. where they will spend a few days: A party was given for Waldo llama Jr., Mary Sawyer Kenneth i legate-to Cyrus the Griffin Continental Virginia Congress ::*: 1808-Henry Edward Mann.

with Mrs. Herrick's brother and Collins Friday afternoon at 5 Meador, Kermit Roberts Edna s'isaw and its last -, English, Cardinal, born. Died Jj

Allan Carutbers. who was the sister-in-law Mr. and Mra. Robert o'clock in hoftor of his sixth birthday Suarez, Doris Roberts. Gloria N rn in Richm jtsd president Co., Va., jurist.Die!! 14, 1892.i .

guest of his brother-in-law and Pritchard, and other relatives. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Suarez Warren Bethel Betty Dec. 14, 1810.1779Clem.nt. i 18:6ii.Wint
sister Mr. and Mrs Charles John A. .Collins 623 Grinnell June Cottrell Joe Thompson. Jr., !! : ; r. net
street. J. B. Lopez Louise Collins, < New York City dramatic en
left :
Sweeting. yesterday over the Harry Tauscher one time a mer-
East Coast.for his home in Perry I chant of Key West who with his Games were played and all hada Harold Wells Joan Russell, Rose C. Moore, the{ and editor ofis: day, born

Fla., granddaughter. were guests of very enjoyable afternoon. Marie Roberts, Helen Wells New York pr.fe-s-jr of theoUtryxxro : '+' G'.oueerter! I...*. Died June" -\
i Mr. and Mrs. E. Einhorn for one I 1 Prizes were given. The winnerof Thelma Carey Jo Anne Pleau TLi1It's wrote ** 'TwloS the N'ght B.-;; 1917.

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sawyer week left afternoon for the boys prize was Kermit Roberts Audrey Roberson Betty Lou .
yesterday II ---- --- -- --- --- -
who went to Jtcksonville: .to,attend -I the home in'Miami. nd Gloria Suarez won the Caring John Collins Jr., aid ...5... 5.515.55.5. .....515 5551.5.55155.
the funeral services of Mrs. prize for girls.A Frank Roberts. !

Sawyer's brother-in-law, Ben r Rev. J. M. Walsh, S. J., provincial refreshment course of cake Miss Laura Whitmarsh. ( I
ice and candy was served. Mesdames John Samuel FOR SALE
Grocvenor returned over the of the Jes sits in the cream Pent
East; Coast yesterday.Mrs. I Those who helped the host cele- Collins Leslie Russell C. Roberson. _
who arrived Friday on the SOUlh.1 the picture that creates real interest. Avoid stiff
I brate the enjoyable event were: Joe Thompson Sr. Frank story-telling poses Ii i
1 from Tampa and was truest such as the picture to the right
Elizabeth Roberts Kenneth Don Roberts J. E. Jack Williams -- d''
Earl Sandj and son, rectory of St. Mary's Star of the Sawyer I
Charles Earl, who were spending'j Sea. left yesterday afternoon for Williams Faye Yvonne Pent. Harry Williams and John IS THERE any form of amusement friends. What do you do? Th {' # / ;;
two weeks with Mrs. Swids father -i his home in West Palm Beach. Shirley Mae Pent Harry Wil-, Collins Sr. older than story telling? From chances are that you line op the I

Ed Finder in Miami, returned' I the cradle to the grave we hear gang, you snap the camera and '
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yesterday.Miss Stories and like them. Before you again have just another picture i
I Mrs. A. E. Woodburn, who was Announcement I I ITo Continue I were able to toddle you were hearing .when it would be just as easy to :
guest! of her brother and about "This little pig went to have the crowd enjoying the lunch

returning Catherine passenger Knowles yesterday was a ;,I' in-law, Mr. and Mr?. Victor I'ister-I 01 MarriageNeoa I Melody HoursIn I market etc.." while mother gently and perhaps one member busily en- I

fat, for a few days. pulled each toe as a matter of illustrating gaged in the act of "exterminating" ,
from Miami where the had been
j I
terday afternoon to her j her story. a luscious ear of corn or doing a
spending a week with relatives Atnao. daughter of Mr. response to a number of inquiries
Marathon, accompanied by her Hundreds of thousands of juvenile "boarding house reach" for the po 1 1I I
cad friend I and Mrs. Armando Machin, and,I Commodore von Mietk- tato salad.If I I '
and
books sold
niece Miss Anabel :Moffat. story are every year ( r tltt alwtart idltfi.
Mrs. L. T. I i Ogood Kemp son of Mr. and:I Liuba, I{. D. W., announces that the ones we love most in our younger you were making movies would td1 A ptMl r
Bragasra and daughter I Mi-s Nellie Russell left over the I Mrs Sam O. Kemp, were united in years were those translated into you take foot after foot of film with I
Miss Helen who were visiting: for I o'clock Friday!i present plans call for a continuation pictures because they had a human your actors doing nothing* Of '
East Coast yesterday afternoon marriage at 7 on r-
for four weeks in Key Wen with I appeaL All through our lives we retain course aol and iU ta't a-bad IdeaOot
relatives; left ;;i I a.vacation in the Catskill: Mountains I[evening at,,the l parsonage of the of the Key West Melody
Saturday afternoon i I our interest In picture stories.It think of your "still" camera as a
for their temporary home in !I! and will )later spend a while I f Fleming Street 'Church with Rev.I i Hours throughout the summer on is this appeal that takes us to the movie camera filming a drama. Get 1
with friends in New York City,
Gainesville.. Fla.. I huIeir/TeeI8> erformins the cerePoniQly second movies and causes us to look action and meaning/'This means
i>
I every Thursday night.
r expecting to be absent! about one t
I through the pages of daily newspa that you should' think 'before you r
John'ThompsOn. left: over the J!month. I ; I I The. presentation of, the Melody pers and magazines for pictures that shoot. | L tif'' li i I -

East:! .Coa\ f :yesterday afternoon I i 'i'j T w"* fqr,a visit with his son-in-law and Mr.\ and Mrs. Clarence Sweet !lhe preJuacjT of the: immediate I when it comes to snapshots is evidently a.sailboat enthusi _
,
dlighter. Mr and Mrs. James, ; ing leftover the highway this I families of the contracting par Il I need for a central cultural event'l BO many seem to forget how much ast. Dad wanted to take his picture

Carey at I-lamorada. and will afterward morning for Perry; Fla., where it is said. These concerts an they enjoy looking at story-telling with his newest boat so without
sister of i
ties. Miss
vacation with l Olga Kemp, They pick their cam-: giving thought whatsoever to
possibly go: for a visit' they will enjoy a i pictures. up any
with relatives in Tamp. I Mrs. Sweeting's father and other the groom stood with the bride II I average attendance of 30 peoPle,1 I eras and just!shoot seemingly! satisfied the story-telling angle be had Bill,

relatives. and Albert Arnao brother of the music lovers, who to get any picture at all as it who is too young to know better.
I I was in the old days of. Ton Press posewith his boat in front of an anti- ,,, x Y
Mayor Wm. II. Malone left Sat.1 stood with the r ? 1
urday afternoon to join Mrs.\ Malone Mr. .nd Mrs. Wesley B. Lowe bride groom. i I intimate setting and charm of the I I The Button And We Do The Rest. quated automobile. You can't sail a .:k.tl,4ai .
Both Mr. and Mrs. Kemp are, There Is a better way to take pictures. boat by holding it In your hand and
MiaKiL Miami Melody Hour it is shown.
from
for a short stay in I were arrivals yesterday i
popular with the younger set of I I what has the car to do with it? The
and will be the guests of Mr. The eighth Mk Jody Hour will be look picture to the right tells the ..
: I If you want some good laughs story
; ;
visit Russell for this city. They are at home to I
John Romero who
J. was and Mrs. Dodderidge a .
1 presented have for the boat Is In the water where
I on Thursday July 25. over some of the pictures you It
ing his grandparents Mr. and! while and then retain to their : their many friends at 909 White 1 taken. Unless you are an exception. belongs and Bill is about to"shove Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -

Mrs. A. L. Whittaker and other home in Clearwater Fla. street. I and let's hope you are,you will probably off." street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

relatives, returned Saturday to his, I Miami Group I I find a picture of Uncle Louie In case you have never given of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
home in Miami. Mrs. Hrry Roberts was an arrival Visits Here standing as straight as a plumbbobline much thought to this before just
on the morning train yesterday Service League II backed up against a tree or the take a look through a newspaper or For price and terms apply to ,

Mrs Winnie Young left Saturday from Miami accompanied by Holds MeetingYoung garage door and appearing to be magazine and notice which please

afternoon over the East Coast her son, Elliott from New York I Ed Sheffield, Misses Mary Gar facing the firing squad ready to be you more-pictures of people mere- L. P. ARTMAN
for a visit with relatives at Isla- for a visit with relatives and rison and Eloise Perry of Miami I shot at sunrise. If Uncle Louie can't ly looking at the camera or picturesof i I
morada. friends. Mrs. Roberts was. be- People's Service Leagueof I do anything else the chances are he people doing something humanly I -,' The Citizen Office
motored down over the Oversea can read a newspaper so why not interesting and significant. Chances
fore marriage. Miss Emma Cleare. St. Paul's Church held a very: I
Mrs. C. J. Peet and daughter. interesting meeting last evening' Highway Saturday and spent the have him do that. You will have a are that the story-telling pictures or
Miss Alice who were spending a i weekend here picture that tells some sort of a will he your choice,and yonll makeup
Mrs. Hilton ilencon as houseguests of
Mr. and
week with Mrs. Feet's soninlawand at 7 o'clock in the Parish HalL story at least and 'is seasoned with your mind that hereafter that's I Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Louis who were spending a vacation afterward with A delightful program was furnished -'I Mrs. Grace Crosby of 727 United that human Interest touch that tho kind yonll aim to take. Good .

Pellicier at Tavernier returned relatives in. Miami and by' Eloise Guito and f. street. should be In every film you expose.: luck!
vent for a visit in Atlanta returned Every member of the party You go out on a picRic with your JOHN: VAN GUILDER. .......5SSS.SS..555SS..........S..SsSS..........
J esterday. yesterday.Mr. Dorothy Bean of the program:I .
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were thrilled over their first visit

Froilan Castellan left yester- and Mrs. Charles Lunn who committee. I: to Key West and are looking forward
day afternoon for Miami in Plans for a bunco party to beheld ,,
aponse to a summons to sit ..re-I i were in Miami for a few days as on !Monday July 22, were to returning when they can

juror during the session of United guests of Mrs. Lunn's brother-in- discussed. ,:I spend more time here. == '

States court. law and sister Sir. and Mrs. Mortimer 1- __ _-_ .- -- "
Courtne- returned yester 1I I h -- FIRMS

Misses Claudia and Rosalind day. I musician born in Germany 63 -A- A'I I IJOHN

Trace Albury daughters of ,Mr. years ago. I i
Mrs. Will Dexter returned yesterday I ,.
and Mrs. Claude Alburyleft yesterday -
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vhit from Iiami where'jsbe was Ed of New Carl Brisson-Mary Ellis in" I III
afternoon for with arSydengtrkkcr
a ,
\inthigTeiatrfes for'ote'"ieekPhil J l I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Mr. and Mrs. Emit Phillips and York, noted sanitarian, born. in! All The King's Horses 1 f

son who were in Key WeFt fora China, 54 years fgo. I II Comedy and Mickey Mouse : ",
well
Hencon.:: of Miami I
'!
brief visit in Key West and re- known and consistent booster for Matinee 10-lSc Nights 15-25c
turned yesterday. Garry C.. hirers of Cleveland!
Key West, arrived yesterday for '
noted psychologist, born in Sylvan I
.Mrs J. T. Hathawtor{ and three a brief visit with relatives and Pa[ 51 ago. I AMERICAN COFFEENow ROSES
children !ert over the East Coast f i iends. years- Nack.Ilse'' .....II.C ........ C. PARK THIS SPAC
Offered in 3 Grades
yesterday for Miami en route to THE SEMINOLE
Marie Tempest ( Susan),
Mary
Mrs. Florence Swain was an arrival
Fenscaola* vacation where with Mrs.they Hathaway's will spenda in Key West yesterday from English actress born 69 years ago. 328 SIMONTON ST. STAR, Ib 25c; FLORAL PIECES A

family. Miami for a visit with her sister LARGO, Ib 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

and brother-in-law, Mr.: and Mrs. ,Subscribe to The Citizen. ..44ye '' o 'V. & S., Ib 15c
Mervin Thompson at their homeon PLUMBINGDURO
Mrs. Addie Thompson and
I PLANTS and VINES
Margaret street. Buy It At Your Local
granddaughter.; Miss Gladys Kob-
( < where they Charles L Curry was an arrivalin tlr s., ,
yesterday oriiiismi\ SOUTH FLORIDANURSERY
West last the Roasted in Key.West by "
evening over
will, be the g tests! for ,one, week Key PUMPS i .,*
highway from Tampa for a visit -'
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o'f Mrs. Thompson's son-in-law
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul I
Kennedy.: ; Beecham Curry at their home on Jark.-.illlr. FI.rWaCIIA9. 512 Greene Street $3.00HAPPY
1 f
Fleming street Mr. Curry will I GRI' ER. MaaaaerA
B. I PHONE 348 ,Phone 256'READ
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Mrs. John Sealey and daughter,' leave on the'return trip to Tampa 1 GREATER EYE I where human you,will home-like find ye.r Institution' Ivldvale PHONE 597 .t'* ':" ,

Mia. Evelyn lest yesterday after. I On Thursday "t! j 'BEAUTYBetter *_>r.rt ... e.tert.l.-e.. a rustler

noon for Chipley Fla., for a va l.........;;;;;;...1..5.. vision and more comfort of great -o-Importance. I DATS ARE HERE
cation with relatives and friends. are only two of the eyeglass -
I A steel fln-.reef bclldliiK located SELECT SEA FOODS
Today's Birthdays improvements since 1840. I. the. heart ot the ellrI I. INSURANCEOffice

at Miss Protestant Teresa Falk Episcopal, student hospitalin nurse ........................ Style is because another it and gives it is you important I Every Room -with Combination Tub Jew fUli. Z Ibi. 35c. THE KEY WEST I ITrJ'

Philadelphia is at home with Governor Hill McAlister of Tennessee numerous lens shapes and a Ceiling and Shower Fan Hath Slat Door Radio.for Summer Electric' Yellowtail Steak 2 U>.. 35c : 319 Dural Street
her Mr. and Mrs. Charles born at Nashville 60 years I Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
parents. go. variety of frames, all artistically Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction Yellowtail OB Boae, 2 Ib. 2Sc I SUNDAY STAR

Falk 1401 Dmal street enjoying designed from which to and Individual ReadIng Grouper 2 Ibs. ________ 25c
a vacation and will leave July 20 choice. Lamps. I TELEPHONE NO.1THE
to resume her studies. 'I Dr. Walter I.,. Bierring of Des I make your RATES Snapper 2 Ib.. -.... 25c
I
examination I Year
Per
For a complete Subscription $2
Moines.. Iowa, physician former I i Slug. Mattea Fish, 2 Ibi. 25c
Medical 7M R**_ Private Hath 52.55 Y Meals At
president of tae American m wr
Judge II. II. Taylor accom- Me Rm.. Private Rath __ :3S4e Key West's Only Sunday -
ranied by his secretary Miss Association Torn at Davenport seeDR.. J. A. VALDES > n__.. Private Rats _, aI ... FRESH SHRIMP
Florence Du Pare who werell'Uetcls Ia., 67 years ago. i License I I.a n_.. Private Balk 335 Paper Delmonico Restaurant
Orthofon Soft-Lit t sample Rms. Private Bath 4JM FREE DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
of Attorney and Mrs. J. 532 Dvval Street 'IKMOHT fCRKA: FOR UOIBLJ5: PROMPT Business Office Citizen BaJweivcr Be.r ______ lg.
Lancelot Lester for two days, left Judge Richard S. Whaley of the 1 1 OCCLPAiWCY:
LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six C.. Diners, .___
yesterday for Mia.mi. U. S. Court of Clrims born at I I. r ?

Charleston S. C., 61 years ago. I -- < 151 i PHONE, 51 --______ S0. 75. a-4 SS.

,Envoy A. F. Bartlett and Mrs.
Bartlett at one time stationed Carey G. Arnett, president! of I

here with the Salvation the Kentucky Home Life Insurance I
Army
left Saturday afternoon for points Co., born in Screven Co.,: Hotel Leamington"Miami's AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation i i. Wrap- PRITCHARD JENNIE I
r Ga 53 I: 536 Fle.iar Street
in the state after a visit of several] -. years ago. 1 1I' ped in rery package B. DE BOER
with the local I
days ,unit members
which, were pleased,,to again see Alfred Hertz of San Francisco of FUNERAL HOME

their old friends.Dr. .. I I' "Miami's Most PO 1 nei1Rg

KEY WESTCOLONIAL N. E. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard Watch PRINTINGDONE .:: DisaUi.d. Sr.patbeU.
W. B. Keating stationed: Doctor
with the construction forces at : HOTEL Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay e C..et..y
I I O BY US
Matecumbe' left yesterday afternoon i Opposite Union Bus Station NOTARY PUBLIC
after a brief visit in KeyWebt In the Center, of the Business LICENSED EMBALMER
with friends. :I' and Theater District 'I One Block from Shopping District WATCHMAKER, JEWELED THEARTMAN -

And Amusements AND ENGRAVERSee
I First CU._FireproofS i PRESSCitizen Aubmlaac s.nIceLADY -
Him For'Your Next Work
1 Torment
biriMhy I LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED
U Rata
> > ALL PRICES REDUCED:
Sunburn soot eo'
Single Room with Bath $1.50 ,BIdg.PHONE ATTENDANT
Chafing ;'sr Hcdlina COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I Hearts 9 to 12-1 to 6 Citizen Office
Double Room with 2.00
/fcAtna aided byKesinol Bath 51
Elevator Opm Satatday Nights PJ._. S4S N.r.. S.....
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