The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I I' ,For AMociated 65 Years Service.Preaa Devoted Day to Wire the' Che 1!tp Wtzt Ctteen( t [ most range country Key West equable of; only,with Florida weather 14*an FahrenheitVOLUME average has in the the 1 1I I I

I Best Interests of Key West

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LYE: No. 174.

Much Interest Manifested i InComing PAPY.WILL RUN I IRESTAURANTS9N FRANCE, ONCE 'BRAIN TRUST'S' CRITIC, I Ii Democrats I Predict Political Row In I


Congressional ElectionsContests FERRY VESSELSGRANTED :i (By Aeeovlatesl Press) I I Event AAA Organization Is OverthrownMANY

0----: By RICHARD C. MASSOCK I Dautry, who is barly past 50 .,
I PARIS. July 23.-France, years old, has been peppnig up rail -

To Have:' Real 'TREE GUILD TO LEASE TO OPERATE'i which derided President Roosevelt' roads France's since crack he left engineering the Polytechnic school, SEEKING STRANGE ALIBI Under Plan As Outlined

Matters MEETING AT MEETING OF BOARD OF: "brain trust," has accepteda in 1903. lie first went to the Nord
Bearing On Many } HOLD Administration Would
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' French copy set up by Premier (North) line, which is controlled ADJUSTMENT IN OFFERED DURING

With'Administration Pierre LavaL by the famous Rothschild familyof
Dealing CONDUCTED YESTERDAY The French version ia a trio of bankers, where he soon'showed Reorganize Agricultural

ONJTHURSDAYDEFINITE young authorities on railroading, executive bii.lianre. I TAX ASSESSMENTAPPLICATIONS COURTHEARING ,

economics and finance, whose Effected Reform. Operations

PROGRAM TO BE Bernie C. Papy has been grant. duty it is to help Laval protectthe The Batt (State) line, the only I

I ed a lease to operate the restaurants \franc by cutting down the one directly operated by the government -: STILL BEING WOMAN CHARGES MAN BlATHER
By HERBERT PLUMMER OUTLINED IN PLANTINGAND 11,000,000,000 francs budget de. called him over to head i Br BYRON PRICE
........ on the three ferries of the MADE TO DELINQUENT TAX UP AND THEN TESTIFIED .
ell, A-- '" I its management in 1928 and he; (Chief .. B...... The ts..iated
CULTIVATING TREES This ficit.Raoul hard-driv Press ".......-,
WASHINGTON, July 23 Monroe County system. was Dautry keen, carried out one reform after an! BOARD THROUGH OFFICE 'SHE WAS DRUNK AND
AND SHRUBS decided at a meeting of the board ing railroad executive; C. J.Gig.I other. I II A* they look toward 1936, the
the whirl of congressional activity, economist who edits a leading OF COUNTY CLERIC MUST HAVE HAD FALL
i of county commissioners held 4 noux, I Although he has three grand administration political planners .

which .baa engulfed Wellington; i o'clock yesterday afternoon. business daily and JacquesL. children, he looks almost as youngas ,
interested in I Rueff, financial expert, are the I Gignoux, who is 44. arc less downhearted about
for th/; past ..vcral* month, scant I Key Westers Present at the meeting were trio. Gignoux is the former college Applications are still being madeto Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez is!!
and cultivating trees and Chairman Carl Bcrvaldi, Commissioners the legal plight of AAA than
planting Idea
I I I Dautry Present professor of the Laval "brain wondering what will be the next
attention Las been given two corn- shrubs in order that more shade Wm. R. Porter, BraxtonB. Calling his three appoitees ,a trust." He. taught the law at the the delinquent adjustment I might bo supposed.The .
alibi in his court by
presented a
of real political will be available along the sidewalks Warren and Nathan ; committee of technical advisers,I University of Nancy before becoming !
lag event* : I board, through Clerk Ross C. Sawyer
Clerk Ross C. Deputy complainant who has change
Sawyer, a
: work is different from
of Key West will have an Laval set them to drafting! editor-in-chief of the Paris cat quite(

iguificance.... Sherfif Bernard Waite: Attorney recommendations for a financial business newspaper, "Journce In- ,by property owners who are !mind and desires not to prosecutethe
out definite that of NRA. Under tho BI.
to lay a
opportunity: J. Lancelot: Lester and Mr.Papy.In ,
housecleaning which the premier I i dustrielle." person who has been arrested.
They are two coare".i.1 'program Thursday afternoon the agreement and supplementary delinquent taxpayers, requesting
could make effective by exercisinghis Gignoux had a brief spell .in The best one yet listened to l Ioy Eagle, tho government undertook
.Iectio.- in Rhode Island. when the Key West Tree G uild agreement approved by new* degree law powers. I politics several years age. when he i adjustments of their assessments.
him heard this mornnig.
meets at 5 o'clock in the Public the board for leasing the ferries First to produce a bundle of I was a member of the'chamber'of was to reorganise industry on n basis i

and tL. other probably in Ohio- Library. to Mr. Papy, the lessee is grantedthe ideas wasDautry, who is the envy I dputies from Roanne and mayor I Since the publication last week Sunday ngiht he was aroused I which called for certain sacrifices

use of all equipment in the Frendl his had been handed I from sleep by a woman who wanted .
farauh the first create of executives for rapid. of St. Jean le Pcy. but it'was'asan of the cases which I
which proEii to Organized last week to kitchens of the
dining rooms and > !fire success, He alone submitted' economist that he presided over : by the board and a list of assessments : to have Paul Gaines, colored,: by individual business men. Under
policies at a greater interest! in tree cultivation vessels and agrees to be responsible than fourth I'I'II It I
administration in
test of a plan to lop mo e a France's colonial conference and the adjustmentsmade arrested on a chrage of assault
AAA the effort is to reorganizeagriculture
and to provide. a medium for the same. II-1,250,000,000 francs--off the, 1934. ,
the poll since they have been subjected It is also agreed that the lessee 4,500,000,0001! numerous applications have and battery. She claimed to have
through which interested persons railroad deficit of Rueff Visited U. S. ) on a, basis 'which call
will purchase from the lessor all been received and an inclinationon been beaten and hal both eyes
inch withering fire from of tree I I francs. His plan for all French 1 Rueff. youngster of the advisers -
to. might a program
I carry supplies which will be listed in the railroads, since the government I is .not unknown at Washing. the part of many delinquentsto discolored! and clO'Kd.I for certain benefit to individual

the court and mounting opposition planting and cultivation, the Tree-I inventory to be provided on July pays their losses, is: ton, where he accompanied Laval have their assessments reduced I Mr. Gomez got in touch with
Guild has for its officers the following I I farmer
1. Coordinate Railroad on the visit to President Hoover has been indicated.An Chief Deputy Waite and gave him
from of the new Westers: Wallace B. the
opponents Key lessee agrees to operate motorbus and truck trafficto in 1931 for discussion of the reparations a warrant for the arrest of Gainps. It is necessary onlYto, consider
Mrs. William R. number of these
Kirke. president; restaurants in first class and business appreciable
deL" eliminate costly competition moratorium. Only 38 : After a long search Sunday night
Warren, vice president; A. D. like manner and to maintainall i and duplication of ser years old. he is\ war'et r3n have already settled and others are the assailant of the woman could this, with the emphasis on the
first congressional district Luethi, secretary; the Rev. J. C. equipment and surroundings in I take of the found
In the vice. like Gigno'ix and a graduate of the expected to advantage not be located but was "
Gekeler, treasurer, and Mrs. Kirke to meet with words "sacrifices" and "benefits,
of Rhode Island on August a sanitary manner 2. Simplify the rate schedules Polytechnic school like Dautry. liberal reductions made by the yesterday and arrested.
chairman. board of
publicity expectedto the approval of the state to stimulate traffic and As coon: as he v as mustered out board, it is said, reductions which This morning Gaines was arraigned to realize the political disparity
election is to be held Many more persons are health.
C, a special of the in 1919. Rueff became before Justice Comes and
reduce bookkeeping.
attend the meeting Thursday, Among other stipulations in the army may be further reduced by the use between the two situations.NRA .
the in the finance appeared to testify.
for the purpose of filling announced that 3. Economize on the operation a career man the woman
since it. has been agreements the operator of the I of bonds.
of little-used lines, make ministry! starting as an inspector, She had suffered a change of idea made politcal:
in the house left by the the Guild is open to all interested will not cell; offer so many
vacancy ferry system the operating departments or sort of auditor. Rising rapidly, Clerk Sawyer said this morning and decided that she must have

resignation of Rep. Francis B. persons. L ___L: I for. sale" or give. away any .i intoxicating .. more efficient by eliminatingwaste he was picked in 1927 for the I that there is a possibility of this been drunk, fallen and struck a:\ enemies that when the supreme
Ralph t;. Gunn, landscape liquor on the Jerries wine,. II her court overthrew it, there was no
secretarial and injured
Nations' "or sump'n"
I' ar-cm-1 and League of stone I
a1 movements of cars i of being stopped
Democrat, to become the local WPA. form adjustments
Condon, a tect beers and ales will, however, be bu i-
economic and financial expert convincing uprising amon; :
i requested to addres those!! laws trains, concentrate the now : as I in of the state eye.When
been in with the as some parts
sold compliance ,
bad l
member of the state supreme to London as the justice
later going
the session. He will takeas scattered repair shops, stand peace ness men td restore its principle ;.
attending the sale and disposition contested in
covering financial attache in the French' the matter is being recovered his poise and equanimity
court. his subject. "Trees for StreetManting" ardize equipment and improve It was the Republicans, not the
of these beverages.There
embassy. 'I the courts and the bill permittingthese and could control himself sufficiently
Since Rhod Island has, only and in his talk which will discuss are a number of othei the locomotives.MRa adjustment may be declared to ask a question, he asked I Democrats, who undertook to

two representatives in the house .the various trees can and stipulations and provisions in ,the .---- -- the woman witat-Jcind of stuff. sit'! malefpotiticnl capital O\t t of that
ilhis elevtionsbmld afford fairly ,, cultivated most effetcively Vt Ice beplanted* more' hade agreements which were mutually GARCiA HAROLD D.KINGGIVENNEW 'I I will be money-saving had been imbibing and she replied development.If
;, << > agreed upon by the lessor and the I A. a wise "sour belly," which is a form ocheap
good cross-section of the state'ssentiment along the streets here. lessee after which the signatures I move on the part of delinquent red wine with a kick like a the supreme court overthrows

'on administration poli The Guild is primarily a working of the clerk and commissioner; POSTMADE I i taxpayers to take advantage of the mule he learned. AAA, however- s Washington

cies. The last census gives the organization, it was emphasized 'were affixed tq the first and supplemental LEFTONSUNDAYFIRST opporunity ,now and effect an appreciable What he would like to learn i is generally expects it will-
rather than so- ,
this morning said Mr. Sawyer
agreements. saving, what be done to complainant! moc tic strategists predict a
this district 341 of cern

of as
population cial. Men who have a hobby
Other matters which were han thelaw to all
who put officers frowerfnl 1itieal reaction
shrubs of s
016. plantin and cultivating dled at the meeting were: VISIT HER2, SINCE COMMISSIONER OF out
SELECTED kinds of trouble in making pa'- mif
in GROUP an&ng the farm
Democrat Co.fide.tWhile all kinds, and others engaged Deputy Sheriffs bond of fl.OOC( arrests, ant ,protest,
PRESIDENT and subsequent
beautification and similar' pursuits LEAVING ISLAND CITY LIGHTHOUSES BY pets i lions whose, :benefit payments
the result'of the for Hamilton W. Pinder with their mindi i in court I
then change
itself might not be so important, ,which are,closely related invited to to plant join I Ralph B. Pinder and Joseph Russell THREE YEARS AGO ROOSEVELTW. FOR COLLECTING ;; : | thereby 'wilP jt s 4 suddenly cut oft.

effect can't be life are especially as sureties, was approved. I Organized 'SupportI
the psychological the Guild. either as working or Hamlin,., J. CREMATA HELD
Similar bond for Roy
denied. The leaders of both parties regular members. Women are also FISH SPECIMENS I I Of course no one contends that
Varella and Felip
with J. M
with this in mind, are re wanted in the Guild and through Carbonell as sureties, was ap Mrs. Antonio Garcia, who was W. Demeritt, superintendentof t TRIAL HEREI : all farmers are for AAA, or that

ported to be making an extraordinary them the organization can workin proved. before marriage Miss Josephine lighthouses for the Seventh District FOR the farm voters would rise up as

effort to get out as largea close cooperation with.the Key Bond of $500 for E. J. Bayly as Gregorio, accompanied : by her has received official notification i- COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN one man to defend it.

I West Garden Club. harbor master was approved with I left Sunday for that' Harold D. King has ,I hundreds of
vote as possible. Guild organizers anxious to three children, NAMED FOR PURPOSE Al That it does have
Democratic headquarters here plant and cultivate more trees B D. Trevor, Stephen F. 'Lowe t her home in Miami. been commissioned by President I I CHARGED WITH thousands of friends in the farm

appear confident. They point to and shrubs here which: will attract and C. E. Yates as sureties. Mrs. Garcia formerly resided in Roosevelt as Commissioner of MEETING OF AQUARIUM DRIVING; PLACED UNDER [ belt, however, is undenied. The

the fact that in 1932 the Democratic the island. Many birds Notary Public bond of $500 for I and took the oath of, I' results of the referenda on Tar <
life to I
bird Lighthouses
TVest but has been making LAST NIGHT
majority in this districtwas which natives of this region Miss Mollie Parker, furnished by Key BOARD HELD I BOND OF $50 ious phases of the agricultural
are the American Surety her home in Miami for the past office July 18.Commissioner.
more than 14,000 votes. In Guild members pointed out are | program evidence an important
will be remembered -I
1934. it was increased to more delightfully colored and would add was approved. three years. King l 'I I numerical support.

than 21000. Their prediction ia' much to the attractiveness of Key 'I This was Mrs. Garcia's first by a number of Key Three commercial fishermen oi Joseph Cremata, charged: with j Furthermore this support is organized *

that a Democrat will win handily West i if they could be kept here. S. S. CUBA BRINGS visit\ ,tothe Island City since taknig Westers as the first' civilian,! in.1 Key West were named last night, recklessly driving an automobile,:| and for the most part
with the vote being normal loran 'I Through cultivation of this Vind residence in Miami. andshe"expressed spector in this district. ..Tee1iuof I M>wi procurement committee was given a preliminary hearing| the opposition is unorganized. The
off year. of plant life it! is hoped more of I ,I up great delight at the subsequently }telp in obtaining rare and beautiful in court of Justice of the, Peace ease with which the celebrated

A'ny' appreciable Republican I these birds will attracted to the I IN 300 PASSENGERS pleasure' afforded in meeting old inspector was I specimens of fish for the'. Frank O. Roberts yesterday after:l' farm march on Washington was

gains, however, would be certain! island.' friend*<"while here! I changed to superintendent.--I, Key West Tropical Aquarium..The ., noon and was placed under bona, "executed some weeks ago astonished

to have repercussions in political I The hour for the Thursday ,The former Key Wester spokeof tcin King made his ,borne-.in the 1. action was taken during a, of $50 for appearance at the next seasoned politicians, accustomed -
i .
circles. G. O. P. politicians meeting: was made late enough: so VESSEL LEAVES LATER the, improvements noted old Milton Curry residence a i ',called meeting of the aquarium; term of criminal court. as thep are to tile methods -

would t>e quick to interpret it to I I that persons in offices would be :gJN during their own advantage. Such things 1 r able to attend, it is stated.MONUMENTS EVENING ENROUTEf ,. the Those named to the special, car 34-451<< which had been sought: .
surprise at was made as
are difficult for the party in I great in connectionwith many i His appointment committee were Peter Roberts,; for two days by sheriffs officers I AAA officials attribute all of
,! TO TAMPA accomplishments commissioner following the retirement and Paul Demeritt. warrant issued on information -!
power to answer convincingly. the rehabilitation I I Archie: Lowe, ,, with a this to genuine enthusiasm for
Back in 1930, when the Democrats FOR program I of Commissioner George K. Through them the board hopes to furnished by C. Sam B. Cur the Roosevelt farm, policies while
and other activities during
as seen
by reached the I I interest all commercial fishermenin ry clerk of criminal court, who the other sides gives the credit to
began their march to power her visit in old Cayo Hueso. Putnam who had age
Steamship Cuua of the P. and the in saving the rare and alleged that the driver had recklessly -
capturing such districts as that NINE AMERICANSin I I limit of service and was recently city selfish impulses arising out of
held for long by'former Speak O. S. S. company, returned beautiful specimens which many driven the car and endangered the government's spending pro
Gillett so in Massachusetts and I --- day afternoon from Havana KEYVESTERS\ retired. times are thrown back into the I the lives of Mr. and Mrs. i ii ';, gram.

Joseph er Fordney of Indiana every J AaowUted Press) I with 169 first class yester-I I Mr. Putnam was in Key West I water because of their lack of i Curry and two children, who were I So far as; practical results are

one seemed to sense that the : and three second class several months ago and made a.. commercial: value. passengers in the car. !: concerned, it need not matter
23. Nine famous TELL OF TRIPMRS. 1
skids had been put under G. O. P.\ PARIS, July immortalized- in : West; 26 first class and two second complete inspection of the Key I Several matters were taken up I 'much which of these opinions is

Republicans undoubtedly would I'I Americans scattered are through France. class for Tampa. There were West establishment and aids in!'and disposed of during the session ,'i STILL HOLDING i correct. Whatever the cause,
statues I 114 aliens the list. last night which was presided
endeavor to make political: capital on : the politicians must deal with the
should reversal of form be A check shows 22 monuments The vessel tailed 6:30 o'clock I ANNIE PAGE AND this vicinity and went to Tortugas over by Dr. H., C. Galey, ; established fact that the sentiment .

shown in Rhode a Island. dedicated to individual and Americansare marketplaces I I for Tampa witft 33 passengers and i POINTSIN on the Tender Ivy in company 11 I president of the board. I BODYOF LOPEZ,I does exist, and undoubtedlywill
gracing squares freight. Superintendent Demeritt. The board accepted with appreciation ,
I with I II I have to be reckoned with as a
A Possible Ohio Test in this country in addition I I II I II
I Steamship Gatun, of the Stand MEXICO I the profered loan of a political force henceforth.
Another test for the "new to world war memorials put up by,, ard Fruit and Steamship Company TEXAS AND i few Loggerhead turtles, offeredby ,'
and French: I MUCiiJNTERF5S1 IN AWAITING INSTRUCTIONS ON I Something Has Happened
the big show the United States :
deal" in : is due to arrive in port Fri I the Thompson Fish Company.
in '36 looms in the third congressional governments. I" day en route to Frontera Mexico. These are to be placed in the'I BURIAL OF FIREMAN OFF I II I In other words-speaking still
district of Ohio. Rep. Those so honored include Wash Mrs. Annie Page and daughter of the i from the viewpoint of practical
'I The ship is consigned to the Porter STAMP EXHIBITION crawls at the rear j
Byron Harlan. a Democrat.. is' ington, who heads the list with! Dock Company. :Marguerite who left Key Westa ]I Ii aquarium. STEAMtR OZARK politics- whatever the supreme

expected to vacate his seat soon ,I!three; Thomas Jefferson, with I I short time ago on a trip to va- I Authority was given Emory I !I court may do to AAA. something

for appointment to the bench. [ two;' Benjamin Franklin. John rious points in the country, write I the few weeks -the''' Lowe Pierce, aquarium director, I:, will' remaia.

The two Ohio senators Bulk--[ Paul Jones. Wilbur Wright.; An- NEW ARRIVAL ATKNIGIIIS' back home stating! that they spenta I I Philatelic During and put Numismatic Societyof to purchase some fish for theaxnarinm The body of Frank Lopez, fire Out in the country somethinghas
have 'recommended -" drew Carnegie Henry Wadsworth pleasant time in Gaveston. Tex.; I S. S. happened. This something:
Icy and Donahey- West has received 203 let., when necessary, but man on the Clyde-MalJory :
that the President appoint '! Longfellow, Augustus St. Gau- HOMEMr. as, after which they went to_ KeY'President Commodore vonMietkLinba these' are to be only in small Ozark, who took his life by firinga need not depend on anything wi it-

Harlan to the District oi': dens' the sculptor, and Dr. Horace Laredo and thence across the border -I ters.\ states. Most, of the quantities and when purchasesseem bullet from an automatic gun I',ten on the statute books for its

Columbia court of appeals.If Wells. who developed "painless" into MeXico: another letters are inquiries relative to the to be the only means of procuring into his head last Friday morning:,! political perpetuation. If AAA
the Mrs. Page stttes that \ is still being out. then it can turn to new-
Harlan is appointed I dentistry. and Coin Exposition certain kinds. while aboard the vessel goes
International Stamp
and Mrs. Peter T. Knight daughter Wilhelmina. who is attending channels of activity.
special election the Lopez !
plans are to hold a to be held in Key West Members of the.board attendinglast held at
this fall to fill the vacancy, STEALS FOR WOMAN announce the birth of a tenpoundson school in New Orleanllowas with early in December.The night's meeting were Dr. Home, awaiting instructions.C. !,' The "something" which has developed

Such an election has all the earmarks Sunday evening. Mother and enable to make the trip du society answers all inquiries Galey, C. E. Smith secretary. Miss E. Smith, general agent for I is an organized depend

of being a real test of ad CARDIGAN Wales .-.David baby are reported on be doing the party oidng to her school individually and furnishes information -'Been Williams. Lieut. W. Klaus!, the steamship lines in Key West, ence'on Washington. and an organized -

ministration policies. The third Evans, former mayor of this city,I nicely. ties.They -. not only about the exposition -'and Director Pierce. Others interested expects to hear from Jacksonville I confidence that Washington -
and arrested for theft said he stole The new arrival has been given claim they have enjoyed made his home, and will answer the farmer's call
Ohio district takes in Dayton II far, but also about Key West and in the aquarium who eat where Lopez I
Hamilton, two industrial centers,,' to get moneyfor a woman who I the name of Peter Stanley Knight.,j every minute of the trip other thus points its attractions. Today, the 203rd t'in on the meeting were W. W., receive instructions relative to j, for help if the pressure U strong
had blackmailed him for 20 Mrs. Knight was formerly MissNathalie and hope to visit manr I I of the body. enough.I .
as munities.well as several farming com years. J Sawyer. before returning home. letter was received and answered. Demeritt and W, J. Schoneek: the disposition


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IN PURITAN DAYS j ry, $500 each. They are all of j .ee.e..................c
t5t Cttfcen
V t I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED'"Movies KEY WEST IN |'Key West and are grandchildrenof j| Today In History
: )fr; and Mrs. W. J. Kemp, 310
Published; .Dally Except Sunday By Some interesting facts concerning the William street 1..0
P. ARTS*A!V' ; prB)4Bt life of New, England Puritans immediatelyafter 1829: -William A. Burt, then of

JOB ALLE%. AMlstaat Il..lBr.. Maaagrr the Revolution are related by Arthur ;s_. ImmuUaUbf upon amiof HappcniBft Here Juit" 10 Yean Battling Indio defeated Young Michigan, recei ed ratent No -!59!
From The Citizen Building l., N Lave file. I Ago Today A. Taken From for his "The Tynographer.:' thei
pliJlox ,
Corner Greene,and Ann Street Train in his "Puritan's Progress, written i The File Of The Citizen Gardner in the main bout of the
fer'we., glaixorvut boxing card put on at the Athletic'i i fist practical typewriter and anrector +-
after extensive research into old townrecords
Only wily Newspaper In Key Neat And Monroe ?acc movre sai t L Club last night under the auspices:! of typewriters.
County. newspapers, letters and other London fo slna at- The appointment of Miss Ileen of Rupert Knowles. Gardner forfeited .
t i / I Williams as judge of the juvenile I II
the the
documents. fight in fourth
tunas Jubuju
early I)1
Entered at Key West Florida aa second class matter 4 court of Monroe county meets round when he conceded the., 1885-(50( years tgo) Died-
T FIFTY-MITli TEAR There were few roads and no good with the approval of the people to aged 63, Ulysres S. Grant, soldier)
victory hid opponent. won
Mewher .( the" AM.eUtd Preu ones, so most journeys were made on horse I I of Key West, is what is heard in in the fourth round of the semi. President.

The Associated: Press la exclusively entitled to use back.The first systematic stage route between f L I all quarters this morning. :Miss final. Two preliminaries resultedin 11 -
I Williams has wide circle of friends I
fur republication of all news dispatches credited to New York and Boston began opera-I who she is especially adapted, draws. I 1886-Historic Steve Brody
It or not otherwise credited InCtlils. paper and also say jump from Brooklyn! Bridge-neliewl .
tbe local new published fcere., _. "$_ tion in 1783, the trip taking from eight to I Pelee' lone; a for the position by her work with: r.1 I << tcday to have teen a hoax
ten days. Relatives Hying only ten miles / I the local Red Cross! chapter and Engene Sounder son of )1
: Gl unb et'A .. :. +s and llIE'rrnan Saunders, left' and dummy used.
her long connection with the
NATIONAL:EDITORIAL apart sometimes visited one another only i once r hu awn refrjti&n \ : -
I I rruuiaqid. chamber of commerce of which Saturday night for Chicago where!I'

1 .c./Y ASSOCIATION1935" .'- once or twice year. I ) comftantf In Eurapf.Thaf nut\\ aYK TMf.TF she is membership secretary.P. i he will enter the Coyne Electrical I I I 1918-American1 troops capture
in a JjutffaL ban,trntxfc uL own school. j!'
There were no hospitals or trained i. two villages on the Marne.
arfeCRIPTlONYRATES! I Q ,ditd rYleKhd rtunr far M. Crews, manager of the, I I!

One Year .__.. ,:ifl"..-' ";-. I1B..' nurses, no anesthetics' no vaccination t &IUIberg: store for the past two;; J. A. JefTers. assistant to the! -

six Months y e."o against smallpox which caused countless years announces in this issue of:, national vice-chairman of the! 1919--2.00O) soldiers' necessary.
Three Months e. S.BOOn deaths The hour-glass was still used as a I to>gt AfftrttteDanu Nlurpluf The Citizen his candidacy for AVnerican Red Cross. who recently, to help police! keep order in Wa bi .
Month ___ :5VWtkly Jbtf I
an wlTreJ Of councilman from the First Ward. visited in West with H T.i nigton. D. C.
...i I .20 timepiece, fires were lit with flint and fta1 emunatoltf.. Key I
Mr.: Crews is an exservice man.I Reid field representative.-! --
steel. If teeth attention it ,
ADVERTISING RATES were given any i member of the American Legion pressed:! himself as greatly pleased'

Made known on application. was by rubbing with gunpowder applied 1 'MORSELS Of THE STAR?* & /// '! and has had 20 years service in with his visit. They both stated:'',i i height 1934--Government Drought! in buys\\est and alI
t I
SPECIAL NOTICE with a wooden stick. the U. S. "Navy. He was discharged' that Red Cross work will be con- out cattle.
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of FLORENCE RICE .. J /' f with a perfect record. He has resided -' tinued in Key West and that a:| ships _y
While gambling with cards and lot- I I
respect obituary notices eta, will, be charged for at Peanuts unfit a sip of shtmf Wj \ / I in Key West for the past worker may be expected about
the rate of 10 centa a line. teries prevailed generally, theatrical per- '" I 113 year lIe has numerous friendsin October 1. Mrs. E. M. Phillips KEY WESTCOLONIAL

Notices for entertainments by churches from whlrh formers were unlawful, and so was kissingon ROGER PRYOR. cC"vA the city who have pledged their who has been in charge since the HOTELIn
a revenue is to be derived are 5 cents aline.
SCrak and support. transfer of Miss Powell will continue .
The ('itlat'n is an open forum and invites discussion Sunday, even by husband and wife. An onions I
of public Iraues and subjects of local or general j I until further change is or the Center of the Business
official made his rounds on Sunday to see CLAUDETTE COLBERT. e A pleasing program has been dered.
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communication Theater
*' that everyone went to church. In the few Salads arranged for the entertainmentto and District
I be in the I ckecks
schools which existed the Bible was the MICHAEL BARTLETT. presented Congregational First Class-Fireproof-
l church Tuesday night. The'event
IMPROVEMENTS FOR.KEY. WEST principal textbook. Harvard students had Spaghetti AU>urtVI was planned by members to'', fififi MALARIA Sensible Rates
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN to get up for chapel at six, and retired I rr..r wnnynw.TODAY'S seeure funds to purchase a motor in 3 days COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

: when the curfew at nine. They had .. foj-;.the pipe organ. The program v v v
rang ------- COLDS
will be announced later. I
'to call at the kitchen for their bread and liq.i4 _Tablets I i I Carat Elevator
1. Water and Sewerage. SalveNew Dr. firat day. Prices
milk which was eaten in their room.,, in.. I The Citizen is in receipt of a TONIC...LAXATIVE; PopvUr II

2. Bridges to complete Road. to Main- which no lights were allowed. It WEATHER .] 1 fetter from Major A. li Pend-I I .. i i -
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land. letonj, U. S. A, who was formerly
Women usually) married young and stationed in Key West advisingthat I .

i. Free Port. died young, the average family being nineor I Temperatures 1 I I I with scattered showers over south he is now instructor of Riverside

4. Hotels and Apartments. ten, with twenty or more children not Highest .....,....._.............__.._._.86. portion. Military school at Gainesville:'t
Lowest ............_.........______...__801 I| East Gulf: Gentle to moderate Fla., and writes he is anxious to. We will be pleased to have you consult us about
unusual but about half of them died be-
5. Bathing Pavilion. Mean h..m.h ___83 i j;east or southeast winds and part- have as many boys from Key I

6. Airports-Land and Sea. fore maturity. And considering the hard Normal Mean ..............._.....__..84 i ly overcast weather tonight and West attend the school as J>possible.! !1 how you can
Wednesday with scattered showers Major Pendleton vouches for the 1I
conditions under which they would have Rainfall I
7. Consolidation of County and City
school and it is one of the i'I
Governments.SIiELIGHTS'. been forced to live, those who died early Yesterday's Precipitation .31 Ins! i says :
best preparatory military schoolsin

may have been lucky at that. Normal. rrrard Precipitation_\.1''' 24-hrar... .11 perUde Ins.TfcU WEATHER CONDITIONS the country. I Build, Buy, or

>dlBir at 8 .Vlck this _.r.I.w;. i iTomorrow' ..
AlmanacSun I Editorial comment: Some sing-'
DA VINCI'S. WHEELBARROW Rains were general during the Refinance Your Homeor
rises 5.51 a. m. er's voices are said to be mellow.
Sun rets ..:::::::::::::::::::: 7:16 p.: m.i last 24 from hours New throughout England the south-.region Others are just plain rotten. I

Leonardo da Vinci, born in 1452, the Moon rises ............_._12:38 a. m.1 j westward eastern Texas. I
Moon sets .........._..... 2:37 p. m.Tomorrow' .:I over Four Key West children have
illegitimate son of a Florentine lawyer, is :j I Showers: occurred also in the Da- been named as beneficiaries in repair or modernize any type of
kotas and southern Florida.
considered by many to have been the most the will of the l late J. A. Wood.I building insured creditThe
A.M. P.M. Temperatures have not changed on
Former Editor>> of The Key West Citile.What's .
: universal genius the world has ever pro High ........._._,... 4.02: 5:50.. materially from yesterday morn- who was found drowned in theMiami !

duced. His activities embraced all the Low ......._...........11:36 9:54 ing except 5 to 10 degrees warmer river several weeks! ago.
in a name? Turks never take Barometer S a. m. todaytSea i I in New England and slightly cooler lie came to Florida and purchased
fields of art and science in his day. land on Key Largo, Long Key and First National Bank of West\
Turkish,, Irish Key
baths; stew is not peculiar level, 30.02. in Arkansas! and western Tennersee. -
While he is best known as the painterof other nearby keys.. Eccentric .in i
Conditions above
to Ireland there. is rice in rice 'I !! are normal -
; ,no
paper; his habits! Wood made his home on
I Mona\ Lisa and The Last Supper, he was WEATH2P/ FORECAST in most sections except the I
nor wax in realing wax; camel's hair Crat Lakes and North Atlantic a small craft 25 feet long and 11 Approved Mortgage Under theFEDERAL I
.also. ,,,accpmplished( : ,beyond? his. contemporaries region feet wide. He never married. In-'
brushes are made from: squirrel fur; (Till 8 p. rn., Wednesday) I States. where they are unseasonably .
sculptor musician military cluded in the bequests are the
as ,
Key West and Vicinity partly I high.: I
catgut violin strings are made from sheep : following: To William Thomas HOUSING ADMINISTRATIONSHUTTER
engineer, astronomer, botanist, anatomist cloudy tonight and Wednesday Pressure remains high over-the
gutChinesenever; heard of chop un- Murray. $500. Anthony Murray,
suey except scattered thundershowers South Atlantic States and a, dis-
and what
geologist not. I .
til it was: introduced as an American dish, Wednesday' afternoon; gentle to jturbance I of moderate intensity! is $100; Florence and Lillian Mur-I -
But great as were his contributions to ....
and Panama.hats are made in Ecuador.A moderate east and southeast wind over the northern Lake region. -- -- --- ---- -
art and science the most lasting benefits I| S. M. GOLDSMITH.
Florida: Fair except probably '
which he conferred upon mankind were local showers on the southeast I Temporarily in Charge. .e..e.

coast tonight; Wednesday generally .
probably in the line of mechanical inven "
versatile painter is John Kane of fair except cattered thundershowers Mr. Snow. Mr. Ice and )Jr.I .
) tion, although many of his conceptionswere in' afternoon. I Winter recently registered :,at
Pittsburgh first painted houses
now not developed practically until cen- Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I the Colonial Hotel in Springfield.. ,
paints box cars as a regular job, and Gentle to moderate east or south-1: Mo., in a single day. AND AWNING I II
turies later. It is said that he invented a
landscapes on the side. One of his! landscapes east wnids and partly overcast :
flying machine which would have been j
a weather tonight and Wednesday Subscribe to The Citizen:
purchased\ by Mrs. John D. Rockefeller I I
success with a modern m.otor, for which ..
Jr., has been exhibited at the Mu- ---- '.. ,
the world'had to wait another 400 years. -
seum of Modern Art. Kane has also I COMBINATION I.
One of his inventions was the wheel-
worked as a miner and street paver.
barrow, which, simple as it appears to us,

has been one of the greatest labor-savers

Justice Zoul of Cleveland says he has ever devised through the application of L. The Ideal Material For This Purpose Is Weatherwood .

pure mechanics. It seems strange to us :
Kissed about 10,000 brides for whom he

has performed the marriage ceremony. that so many centuries elapsed between :. Densboard Or Weatherwood Hardboard

the invention of the wheel and that of the ___ .
Admitting that kissing may be unhygienic, wheelbarrow.The :
he<< declares he has never- been si< He
: -
also ubserves that. "any man who I lets fear da Vinci was the first to hit 'upon ; : For Years the People of South Florida have ,

of disease prevent his kissing a pretty wo- transportation this humble is but added most useful proof means of his of I: ; ; : Needed a Material like This. Something like

man isn't much. of..a. man anyway.4Mike ....-"" genius. "" :: Wallboard, but having Weather Resisting Properties -

w. i That it Could be Used for Two Good
Hass of New Orleans got the PREDICT EARTHQUAKESFrom i iI so

idea that women would buy from women I i .Purposes :

salesmen' more readily than from men', so the City of New York, where I

he dressed in female attire and peddled much astonishing news originates, ,comes I i

wearing, apparel from.house to house with the story of Reuben Greenspan, who has I e Awning.d.

considerable success But an observant recently surprised the scientists by correctly : so it : S

policeman thoughtMike's; big hands: and predicting earthquakes in various S
: Could be Let Down Quickly and :
feet belied his; feminine garb, and upon sections of the world. lIe made good on .

confirming his suspicions landed the masquerader several occasions, notably the Quetta i Serve as Storm Shutters in Case of i

in jail. quake in India, which killed 56,000 per- .
sons. Storm.. :

If a United Press reporter isn't a Mr. Greenspan is a sailor, but has hada We Have !Made One and Hung: Over Our Front Entrance. When :

nature faker, another strange case of ani I scientific education. His theory seems : You Drive by, Look it Over. Or, Better Still, Come in and Look :
to be simple and pl 'Usibte-fh :the gravitational THE AMAZINGLY tow
mal mothering has occurred i in"Arizona. A ) S : at the Way it is Made. And Let Us Explain and Show You the :
pull of the moon and the planets operating cost of a General
burro owned by Early Hogsden lost her : :
Samples of this Excellent Weatherproof Material-
cause a. pick up in the earth's crust wher- Electric Refrigerator meansat :
twin colts, and! immediately adopted a :
ever there i is a fault. A checkup, he says, least one month's refriger "AgeUij" .eUed-ia-Meel The Price of this Material is About the Same as Wood. There ':
Holstein calf which burro
: w thriving on ation service free tvtrj year I mechanism.
milk',and shows great affection for its fos- indicates that the system is eighty-seven The sealed-in-Jteel mechamadua coareaUace are Five,Different Thicknesses and Grades Carried in'Our Stock, :

ter mother. percent accurate. nism requires no attentionfeatures.. So that You can Have a Wide Group to Choose From. :
From the New York"Times we 'find, not even oiling-and carries '60 ,
9 2
that Mr. Greenspan predicts a serious 5 years Performance ProPrlc.ed. $

Ladies who pluck their eyebrows to a earthquake on July 29th and July 30th in tection for only II a year. as low South' Florida Contracting &, Engineering Co.

Stan this ..
thin line are warned by Dr. Bruckner of the area near the recent Quetta disaster.It your savings week. as

Berlin, that they may be laying up trouble will be interesting for readers of The Phone 598 \ White and Eliza Streets :

for themselves. He declares that many Citizen to watch this prediction and see if I _

(cases of inflammation of the eyes result it is verified. It .is worth' noting that I THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC'COMPANY- : "Y ou 'home is worthy of the beat"

from the practice However that may be, "there will be no earthquakes in Montana,

we old-fashioned fellows doubt that it Utah and California the
earthquake areas I .......... .......i...................................................
makes the girls look any,prettier. of the United! States up to Jul ..30th.. -. ,. :1111111111,1;



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SYNOPSIS: The' ...xp.c .< rrter ber to be as economical as possible.It Club- W. L. Pet Half Century
(. ,...,,_ of Res lIe ". ISPIRTSCARDS
.*rm... anppoMrfJ lost in tin Pa- did not seem to to with the rest : : New York ......._..... 50 31 .617 : 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
clUr ham rpoe<< (*. fle.pcraf. lie of him. And be so oftea talked ol Licensed Enba.nrr
ol (. .:Mare, toM t..ar herfl Detroit ....._..... 52 34 .605
of making much 0 ---
money as Phone 696Kolro
..rf her tuttrt Imm atoll more money 135 Night
desperate titnnlim. Kk* ka. told hertmplnwtr as he could as quickly as be could. I Chicago ...____.._._ 46 35 .568 i
Uark AVier gnat kt itJlvurt CAME
.I tcMow. .... ... ....,*"''e.,. When ha wanted to be,, specially! PLAYED LAST EVE- Boston ___..____ 45 41 .523;
re ,,,. Ae.v.si.w as tba' Rete war amiable to her be told her that she
NING Cleveland .. .
herd kin fob 4bery km tent them' WITH 42 40 .512
m lmllifH Hal ../(! ,hey ran"M''J. was helping him to do It.
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(.. ...d_ SERIES Philadelphia ....._... 36 45 .444 :
Sbe did not ask any of ber friends ................................................. RESULTED IN SCORE. Wa ..... _.
to visit ber. When he spoke about it, \WITHIN hington 36 60 .419

Chapter 12 she said she bad Tery few; she ,DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy OF 3 TO 2 I St. Louis ._.....-.....-.. 26 57 .313
wasn t one for making friends easily. I I
He was In one 0:his rough moods, HALF GAME OF I NATIONAL LEAGUE

TT_was,I In this bard and controlled and remarked curtly: Taking advantage of errors, I
mcodi that Laurie -l suppose not They ask too many ( ) : Club- W. L. :ct
prepared to
meet Rex Moore. questions. NEWYORKERiBROOKLYN ..................................c. ............ made by the Busy Bee infield:I, New York .... ......_ 53 29 .646

Bat be was not tbere.' On the Ha would say such things, with I ,.forget the dinner this company, our pa would say a lit- Lopez diamondball team won the:I St. Louis ...._..---- .-- 53 30 .639
breakfast table was a largo bunch what she took to be the deliberate Friday sight at 7:30 o'clock boys third tilt of the five game series
tle brace never hurt nobody ands Chicago ......._......... 51 35 .593
or rfaffododiu. with a card beside it desire to hurt her. She hardened herself DODGERS TRI:I But then that is superfluous information being played by these two clubs s
""OO but sbe was sensitive to excess. "my son. you run over and Pittsburgh: ..___.,_ 47 41 .534
morning Hope yon slept because! all those free at Bayview Park last' night by al
welL: rm off for the day. Sorry dinner And she old herself that she bated UMPH IN WILD CAME WITH eaters have been fasting for a play in ir.3 toy store" and pop will I Ito Brooklyn ....__..__ 39 44 .470

and show oft tonight AlberT. him more every day. C CLEVELAND INDIAN! I week and the losers: are so sad they "get you in a minute." And ,c 3 to 2 score Lopez now has won I Cincinnati ..... ....._ 39 48 .442 .

.Ml'me. R. M." Ha was away for several days on cannot forget, anyway; and so it father and son both had a goo j games and Busy Bee one. Philadelphia ........_ 36 48129 r I

His handwriting appealed to ber. end at the Albery factories In Cam DEFEAT SENATORS is hoped a large assembly will time. Well our hero wa always Ward pitched a great game for Boston ................._? 22 65 .253

It was neat and firm. This greeting: bridgeshire.Then she breathed free gather to do honor to all the others Santa Claus' grandson at Christmas the Baker boys: holding the heavy I

rather Her emotional took the wind tide rose out of to her answerIt stilt. ly.She could, not get .accustomed to presentj! until our hero got too big for hitting Lopez clan to three hits, TODAY'S GAMES I ,. ..[

with a rash of disproportionate him when be was In tbe flat His (!special t. The title) anybody's grandson, so he became but -his own wildness in the third

pleasure., very presence was overwhelming. NEW YORK, July 23.-The St. Our personal glimpse today will Santa Clatts himself; and hasn't AMERICAN LEAGUE

Sbe was tu easily touched and She was aware of It all the time. Sbe I Louis Cardinals, riding the crest be about one boy who can: makeit gotten over it yet for he always I when he uncorked two wild Cleveland at Vrshington-Hud- HAVANASPECIAL

grttlfled. How nice of him!file couldbe lay awake In"her room, while be was of winning streak that has carried hot, cold, windy or dry for manages l to get a free golf din- pitches allowed McCarthy to score lin vs. HayesChicagoat
a the
Jail: have to do is tell Well hero went to schoolin winning run.
sleeping J peacefully In his. you. you ner. our Philadelphia-Jon**
something else than boor. Sbe 1
a was them to victory in 17 of their hiM what want; Maybe he West and after he to J Lopez got busy in the first inning -
remembered his last words of tbe It tb 'night before-"If you're tha girl I that got on her nerves. She W'aIUOt' last 18 games; advanced within a I will give you a shock when you be a big lad he would hang arounda t and scored two runs after Detroit at New York-Two '

took you for you'll play tbe game!" used to men. And Rex Moore was half-game of first place as they ,hear his name but. .1 refer to policeman's house on account of two men were out on two errors I games-Rowe vs. Allen; Sorrel I Lv. Key Wet .... ....._... 5:40 pm

Tbe day went by swiftly. Sbe took certainly a big personality to be whipped the league-leading New that geniaf salesman, Mr. Amanda I numerous things but mostly on account -'. and two hits, one a double by IVS. Gomez. : Ar. Miami -- .- .....-...-.1020......

possession of Miss Dixie's office boxed up with such artificial Inti: Fredericus Ayala, he of the hand of a policeman's daughter. Kerr. The undertakers scored St. Louis at Boston-Cain vs. Ar. Jacksonville .?..--_... 7:50 am

near Mark Alberys private room.It macy. York Giants, 8 to 5; in the opener some brow. Well, our hero was I Well in order for Mr. Whitirore 1! their last run in the third when I Ostermueller. Ar. Washington ..._.._... 1:25 am

was Sat rday. and tbe Chief only By the end of the fortngbt.Laurie,' of the all-important six-game se- born right here in Key West and Gardner (for he is the policemanin Albury walked and was forced at I (Sleeper] may be occupied until

cam In for an hour and.dictated; a who was always pale. looked quite ties.to be played in four days. very early in life they called him' question) to get rid of our second by McCarthy. Ward uncorked -I NATIONAL LEAGUEBrooklyn } 8:00)

few letter washed out.and there were haggard Fred and that is what he is. "take'her > i a wild pitch and McCarthy -
"Wild Bill" Halalhan, who has re- so hero, he says, nJ y son, at Chicago-Two Ar New York ..._ .. 6:55
U es of fa. ae round ber eyes ---- -- -- amAIRCONDITIONED
"Moore told you I sept dim down his Also he waa called Amando hall and stay out of my front yard.1 i took second. He kent to games-Zachary vs. Henshaw' ;;
to my place In the country T* be Which Mark' Albery. at the office, turned to old form hung up : the time and a few guys around Which our hero ;proceeded. do. (third on a fielder's choice and Munns vs. Warneke. I lounge car

asked ber. "1 want h's advice on did not fall (o'notice, and which con- sixth straight victory as his teammates town'stillcall_ him that. Well, our Well Tampa being a thriving ;! scored on another wild pitch by Philadelphia at Pittsburgh I and New York deeper on M_.
Moore had
laced him that Rex
something I'm just off there myself. ad no knocked Schumacher: out of hero had a very wonderful man for metropolis our hero decided to (r Ward.I Jurgens. Hoyt. Wed. Than and Sat. Dining can

1 won't keep hliri longer than I can i unhappy.e for j wife" was making the box in the early innings to a father in that his paw owned a seek! his fortune there ind' dij"so I The baker boys got their first Boston at Cnieiimati-Belts YS.I also air-conditioned. Coaches air-

help. It's bard on you. Mrs. Moore. pile up a lead that was never toy store up here on the corner oi kidding the populace with*'electri! ,' run in the sixth with a base on Si Johnson. conditioned beyond Miami.
but you'll bare to be patient. Whenwe've Elizabeth and Fleming streets. When the new angled ice balls and two hits. The Busy
EX MOORE was alone In the flat threatened. city. New York at St. Louis-Two
got things going yon must R one afternoon, studying maps Everybody has heard of Ayala's box business came around our| Bee's scored their last! run in the games-Parmelee vs. P. Dean;; LOW FARES
have leave and oft together-on outa
go bot'i cracking
With teams
second with a row of books open around corner where all the political] hero came back tb Key West and seventh and poor base running deprived Smith vs. Walker.

your rare smile honeymoonHis bad Us usual flashing him on the dining-room table. total of 42 hits, six of them hom- speeches were made. Well, our if he even hears you speak of any- them of tying the score M.j i i in roomy coaches

tookwild a hero's also owned liquid thing cool he is right there ready j Acevedo singled through the Griffin Ward and Kerr with two
'ebarm. but It affected ber It ws jut five o'clock. Mrs. ers, the Brooklyn Dodgers pa a re- CHEAPER THAN DRIVING
strangely. Sbe felt uncomfortable: Budd bad put his tea on a side table 11-inning contest from the freshment place on the other cor- to sell you an ice box. And never i pitcher's box. and went on to safeties each were leading bat-

tbat vague of evil re and gone back to the kitchen with Chicago Cubs winning 14 to 13, ner and so when some of our an- mention stoves. But let'us get on | second on a passed ball. On ters.Score I Mian _....._........_........_.._...$ 2.99

turned i ber. monition an admiring glance at bis broad when Linus Frey's single sent 'ce!!'tojs would stroll down the i With our golf 1 game. Our hero' Ward's single to short. Acevedo by innings: !: R. H. E. West Palm Beach _., .-.... 3.99

Rex came !In while Laurie was out shoulders and fine head and untidy Ralph Boyle home with the decid- street with little Willie along forCLASSIFIED i plays in the 92 to 98 class which i> moved on to third. Higgs' hopper Lopez .... 201 000 000-3 3 1 Jacksonville ..........._....... ... 8.48

tbat night. Sbe bad gone to a movie. dark hair. I i U also class. He takes a slow E was taken by Carbonell who Bees ...... 000 001 100-2 7 5 I New York ..................._...-... 28.47
and had ing tally. ........................
She was & philosopher, back wing, an important thing I attempted to cut Acevedo off at Batteries: C. Gates and Ingra-
.As she opened the door she was in inning but the Richmond .......____....._......... 18.58
aware of the tremendous energy of given up worrying herself about this seventh Scoring and eighth every the Chicago many forget, and lams the ball j the plate but the throw hit Ace- ham; Ward and M.\ Acevedo. Washington ._.________....... 20.33
bU presence In tbe aiL peculiar: manage-tbe mistress oat : I (a low one) down the fairway, vedo in the back and a run crossedthe Summary: Errors: Griffin 2,

Have you haj' anything to eat(" at work all day.the tUer away for White Sox moved within a foul about 180 yards. On his shots to plate, Ward taking third and Coehring. Hale, P. Carbonell. J.I Similar Fare EverywhereJ.

be asked. days at a tlmAnd the two of them games of the yule i Yankees as they the he is often short and the round lase hits Ward,
COLUMN green i Higgs speeding all way Carbonell; two : H. COSTAR Agent
and Joking and talking turned back the Philadelphia Ath- ,
Yes thanks. The old body bad laughing : mimes a few chip shots.! His put-I Ito j second. Roberts hit to second Kerr, Griffin; stolen bases: M.I
nineteen to the dozen but not a bit letics, 12 to 3, in the opening Phone 71
left me a One cold meal'She like and wife. i........................ ting if"i: about the average, missing and Ward was trapped betweenthe Acevedo, Machin; double plays:
did tot tell him tbat she bad man game of the series. and occasionally third. Machin to Albury to
some easy ones home plate and Higgswas Q. Lopez, I
She had overheard them quarreling
For the second time In FEMALE HELP SALESLADIES I'
sent Mrs Budd borne early and true but never making love, as as many getting one down from 25 ft>et. All caught off second to complete Ingraham: to Kerr, Ward to Grif- FL0K.MEAST
prepared>> It herself and left it when days, a ninth-inning home run by in all he with the aver- fin struck out by Ward 2, by
she told her Invalid husband whom $15 WEEKLY and your own I can a double play. ; :
abe went out. In ,case he should she supported "never kissing or Wesley' Ferrell won a ball game dresses FREE for demonstrating age golfer but some of these das I Esmond Albury Jackie Car- Gates 5; bares: on balls: off Ward
In. for the Red Sox. Dick.Coffman of COASTRAILWAY
come cuddling nor nothing of the kind!" new Autumn Fashion he will be matched against a guy bonell and "Monk" Kerr played 4, off Gates 4; wild pitches: Gates I
transformed. the St. Louis Browns the vic-
He In
was was I
some way She knew they had been separatedfor Frocks. No canvassing No in-I like Swinky Swanky and then you stellar ball for the winners. Ar! 3. Ward 2; passed; balls: Ingra-
When had
he toM) her tbat be been tim of Terrell's batting prowess -
two yea.-s She could only suppose vestment.. Write fully. Give Trill see somebody eating with a mando Acevedo and Hale were ham, Acevedo; left on bases: Busy
up Id the air in a new machine from which made the final score, 21. 1 I
Albery's private aerodrome, she understood. It too them a bit of time to The Cleveland Indians celebrated size and color preference. Fashion -]I great deal of pleasure.i outstanding foi the Baker boys,I Bees 9, Lopez 5.

get; used to each other again. Cometo Frocks Dept. T-1847 Cincinnati
Tbat was his life. Walter Johnsen day by beating -
think of It. there must be something '
Thank you for the flowers. e about dead husband Washington. to 4. smashing out Ohio ,jly23-ltx
said;and then added nervously: queer a.
14 hits and repulsing a ninth-in-
to life.
"I'm I made fool come MALE HELP WANTED
sorry a of myself
The door bell rang. ning rally by the Senators. I
last night'And Cy Blanton, Pirate rookie., ran == '
I'm sorry I said that to yon Rex lifted his head, frowning. He MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE.I "
did not want to be disturbed. He his list of strikeouts- 91 as Pitts- :
about Albery. be replied. 1t was $45-a-week opportunity. Auto- FIRMS
hoped it wasn't that man come to brugh( won its fifth straight game
and slU"Vnu.re ,. mobile, given as bonus. Write
mean take bis -Rex Moore, Philadelphia 5 to 4.
right about us." sbe went photograph by defeating Albert Mills, 7255 ,Monmouth I
the famous airman. In bis Chelsea Boston's Braves ended a 15-
and him frank smile.It
ou. gave a Cincinnati, O. jly23ltxFOR
flat plannln his next sensational losing streak; by defeating
Is a joke and we must treat it like
flight" Damn! Albery had advised the Cincinnati Red 4 to 2.
; ,
oDe.- TRADE OR SALE Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
"Good. We shall manage fine I'm him to submit to a mild publicity The summaries follow: I ", t
and he bad consented because ,
sura. I won't interfere with your life.I NATIONAL LEAGUEAt BEAUTIFUL PIANO. Practically
of the money. Curse money St. Louis R. H. E.
know you hate me.- new. Trade fo- good used car
"And yon despise me!" she put In low he loathed It! New York _v_...51i 1 or will sell reasonable. Apt. K,
Mrs. Budd into the room.
quickly. came St. Louis ___ 8 16 1 Trevor & Morrisjly233tx] I I
"That's where you're wrong. I "A lady to see you sir. she an- Batteries: Schumacher Gabler Star American Coffee ROSES
nounced. "I said Fd If
see was
do nothing of the kind. You're being disengaged." you- 2hagnon and Mancuso. Dannnig;; FOR SALE THIS SPACE:

a snort about this. It's a bargain lallahan and Delancey.At I i You'll find out how
Rex to hIs feet
then. Will you shake on it. Laurie? sprang SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. FLORAL PIECES A
"A lady? It must be for Mrs. '328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try
We look on the funny side. Cincinnati R. H. E. The Artman Press. sing?

"We look on the funny side Rex!" Moore.. "No. sir. the lady particularly Boston _._-_ ._ 4 10 0 the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
she him her band. '
repeated giving
asked to see yon. showed her Into Cincinnati 271 ROOMS ft 18c
the drawing-room. Batteries: Cantwell, Smith aid PLUMBINGDURO LARGO ; PLANTS and VINES

BUT It was not each plain sailing He shook his impatient shoulders.A Muller; Freitas!, Herrmann and "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 V. & S., Ib 15c.Roasted .
as all that $2.50 and $3.00 per week. PER MONTH
woman to see him He dldn'tknowa Campbell
During tbe next fortnight which single woman In England. It must Doubland'Single.128 N. E. in Key West bye SOUTH FLORIDA

flashed by. there were many difficulties be some female reporter from one At Chicago R. rf. E. -4th tStreel,'Miami.*Fla. .PUMPSPLUMBING

!in this unnatural household. of tbe papers. Brooklyn _,.-____ 14 22 2 ,* I june26-lmox STAR COFFEE MILL
TbeT'were constantly at loggerheads
He went Into the sitting room. Chicago .._ ..__13 20 '3 SUPPLIES NURSERYPHONE

I Money pter had come been question tha first one. "Rex! My' dear-m dear, how Batteries: Benge.. Bernard j FOR RENTBICYj4PE" 512 Greene Streets $3.00HAPPY

Laurie insisted on paying her way. wonderful! said'a woman's voice Mnngo; and Phelps, Lopez; Kow- I :. -PHONE 348 Phone 256 y
rather high-pitched voice with a alik Casey, Carleton French Root RENT by the 597
Rex objected. He had brought her !I
drawl in It Honrf.Ilaj or WeekRepair ,
and O'Dea.At :
there be 'said.! The flat cost him
It 'Was not a reporter who came : ill !11a e*'and paint, them with
nothing. Albery said! they were to
towards him with large glowing ;: Ru-Enamel." We a full DAYS ARE HERE
stay In It until they found Something Pittsburgh R. H. E. -READ-
suitable. dark eyes and a smile of uncontrolled Philadelphia 491 I'= supply1 of parts.. Agent for the SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCEOffice

Laurie was adamant and be gave joy on eager. brighUy-palnt I i I Pittsburgh! .__. ....__.-...- 571 Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. THE KEY WEST
Sbe ed lips. It was the only woman who Batteries Pezzullo and Todd; I And tell them as low as $5.00 Jewfish, 2 Ib.., 35c Isq'
way. pa": It on a business basis. I :
He understood nothing about house had ever come Into his life, exceptfor Blanton Bush and Padden. down and $1.00 per week. We Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib>>*. 35c : 319 Dura! Street

keeping. Fhe would board him for little dead Belle Mason the last Buy and Sell all makes of used 2 Ib 25c
II I Yellowtail oa Bone. *
so much a week and he could pay woman In tbe world whom at the AMERICAN LEAGUEAt Bicycles. Phone 276. J. ft. i SUNDAY STAR
moment he wanted to meet again. I 515 Duval Grouper, 2 Ib*. 25c
Mrs Budd's wages This was a concession Philadelphia R. H. E. Stowers company i TELEPHONE NO.1THE
Mrs Steele! Wanda! His voice I
to his; masculine pride. Chicago .._._-12 14 0 street apr9-tf Snapper, 2 loa. tae i Per Year
was uncertain; his light eyes had i I Subscription $2
She was astonished at wbat she Philadelphia __ 392 Motion Fish: 2 Ib*. 2Sc
that strange snowy look that seemedto :
thought was his meanness He Whitehead and Sew- PIANO TUNING =: Try Yo r Meals At
Batteries: West' -
withdraw him from every-day llle.Copyrlyt. Key Only Sunday
wanted to spend nothing on himself. Die- FRESH SHRIMP
1 ell Wilshere Benton, Caster
( IMS Coroitt Stantont ; PIANO TUNER Lanreano Moreno : Paper Delmonico RestaurantBndweiser
and ,
at little as possible! on anybodyelse. trich, Tnrbeville and Richards:
Vhen. on two occasions he Excellent piano for tale FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
Tomorrow Rex find himself I I Business Office Citizen Bear ---._._ 15.
asked to dinner he told cheap. 1018 Division street.
some men caught in an old net.Tbday's At Boston R. H. E.

-- St. Louis 170 i jnn24-lmo LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE Building Six Co r e Dinner, ._._,_

Boston ..._....------_ % 8 1 151 PHONE 51 __________ SOc, 7Sc, and 8S.
.................... ELECTRICAL
Batteries: Coffman and Heath;
DIAMONDBALL i,, Horoscope W. Ferrell and R. Ferrell.
........................ AARON McCONNELL
GAMES TONIGHT At Washington! R., H. E. Generator repairing, house wir- Our Reputation b Wrap. PRITCHARD

The quality for the last portionof Cleveland ___ 6 14 1 ing. Reasonable prices. Wm. us Fleming StreetWATCHMAKER JENNIE B. DE BOER

Social, the month begins: to make it- Washington _..>-....._ 481 Sawyer, Jr., 816 Emma street. ped in rery package
Weather permitting, the relf'apparent today and the nativeis Batteries: Stewart L. Brown.I jly20-3t of

Diamondball League will swing r impulsive" wilful] an.l daring Hndlin and Phillips; Linke Mc- Tk.g .

back into action tonight; with ai! With the intelligence bestowed by I Clern. Pettit,. Coppula and Hol- \ \\U"'III g! Watch PRINTINGDONE DfgaUad Sy .tMtM

doubleheader at Bayview Park. I, the past week, today's is a very brook. % I

The opening frame will bring' strong position and ]lead to suc I SPEND QOt s Cenrt..yLICENSED

together the team of the Key'': cess. Take care to curb the impetuousness Detroit at New 1'0rk..et BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

West Administration and the, so that the emotions. I grounds. To play doubleheader YOURVACAT1DN EMBALMER .

Lighthouse club. This game was: may not run away with the rea-I I' JEWELER

postponed last week on accountof : On. I today.MONROE AND ENGRAVERSee ARTSJfpRESSCitizen '
rain. I 1 AniBvJ.sc s.-.. -
THEATERBette Him For Your Next Work
In the nightcap! the S. B. Beer'"' uled for Friday night when the Davis in THIS YEAR INFLORIDA j ALL PRICES REDUCED .

club will play the Bermuda Bak-, Lighthouse ten plays the Cave HRL FROM 10TH AVE Bldg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANTS49
cry anr ation. This game was Inn aggregation and the Service I THE I Ho.nt ft t. 12-1 t. 6 Citizen Office

ordered played! over by ]league, club crosses bats with the Administration --alsoj -- 51 I
CHARLIE CHAN IN EGYPT PjCUTH IIll Open Sat r Uy Night S49 N.r e. Sleep
officials following! a protest! filed club. j t

oy the S. B. Beer team. I I Matiaect ale ny, ldel Ord:.. ,. 1

Another doubleheader b'u&ed- Subscribe to The Citizen. Ira, 15-20c; Night 15-25! ti _

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COLORED UNIT TO Osgood Otto and motor -
PERSONAL MENTIONaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoooeeeee fo Boston for a vacation there
with relatives of Mrs. Otto.
:-: : -: PUT ON PROGRAMRound SaUmA4 As

.............................................e.... Representative B. C. Papy left Robert Hart, of the lighthouse, Mr. and
over the East Coast yesterday department, left yesterday after-' Burrell Achersonand
Last of varied entertainment' afternoon for a business visit in I noon for a visit with relatives at children, who have been' one man
: will be offered by colored enter Miami. Miami Beach. \i guests of relatives for several

Night Honoring Margaret White tainer tonight when they presentthe 1 I 1 I months, left ;yesterday afternoon to

"Big Broadcast of 1935" at C. C. Johnson, who was at Isla- R. E. Hollingsworth attorney for Tavernier and Miami.;
the Douglass SchooL The program morada for a brief visit, returned I for the F. E. C. Car Ferry Com-I
In honor of Margaret White's lion, Nellie Mae Albury, Edith starts at 8 o'clock.A I on the morning train yesterday. pany in Havana, arrived yester- anotherWhat I

thirteenth birthday anniversary a f Harris, Violet Bo:erts, Mary Sawyer special section of the school day and left in the afternoon for R. C. Roberts keeper at American

party was given' last night at the' Betty Lou Greene Barbara auditorium is being reserved for I: Sirs Leon MacFarland\ and two New York. I Shoals lighthouse, who was'

home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. De- Ellen. Greene, Lorraine Greene, white persons, it was pointed out ':children who were in Key West spending his vacation in Miami is it makes
Bieritt on Margaret street. Miss this morning by the recreation 'with his family, returned
rr : for a few days stay with Mrs. Sirs Earl Sands and daughter yeaterday -
White is the daughter otJ.. 0.White ., and Doris Roberts. department of the Key West Ad- i i and will leave good beer GOOD ?
for his
who in Havana
and Wilson White, Leonard White, }i MacFarland's mother, Mrs.\ T. A.I Nancy, were for a; station.;
local l
White., insurance agent, Bobby White, Eugene Albwry, ministration which is sponsoring II Lumley left yesterday for the week with Mrs.\ Sands' mother and I -
Mrs. the entertainment. I
home in Miami other relatives, returned on the
Harris. Ray
Party games, especially "Clap! >>")?" Chester: I Douglas McCaskilL colored I
Steamship Cuba yesterday John
Malcolm Roberts was a returning
Dave Knowles, ,
ping In and Clapping:<.Out"and radio singer from Miami, is sched- A SOCK I i I
ON THE FOOT IS tie! train
to the Norman Ccrezo, Nolan Lounders, Mrs Mamie Deason left yesterday -. lust-enjer "Postoflice.1Iere'enjoyed the guests in at-,k Charles' Roberts, Puriegton How- uled for the program, tonight, and WORTH' TWO IN THE EYE. I for her home in Miami aftera I I Mr. and Mrs.\ W. M. Graham from Miami where' he was w R t
ullest extent bjr
will present imitations of Bing .,..
er..a.a. and daughter, Fay Madeline, of spending a vacation with his
tendance. I janitz and Hsrlaud! V/eech. stay of several days with relatives -I" ,
: Crosby. Other numbers include
Refreshments, consisting/ of ice Mr. and. Mrs. William Russell, several negro spirituals, "sep- .,..........5..e....... and friends. Houston. Texas, arrived yesterday i family.
1 and : on the Havana Special and are
and crackers were. served. I Mr. and Mr* J. O. White, TO SUBSCRIBERSIf
cream Those present were: j Mr*. Benj. Demeritt. Mrs. J. B. calf teto" led by Guerpo Malo a musi- Emily. Alicia and Bobby Car- guests of :Mr. Graham's parents, CARD OF THANKSWe
dialogue of Sweet Sue and
Margaret White, Rose MaryDemeritt 'I Demeritt, Mrs. R. B. Greene Miss others yo. de aet rec.;". year bonell children of MV. and Mrs.!. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Graham,

Anita Stewart, Hesppr" Marjory" White, Messrs. Frank paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the Phillip Carbonell), of Miami, left I al the home on Fleming street. wish to extend our heart

Russell Helen Jones Sylvia Dil- Drane and !I nl"-, Finder .....e.................. afternoon, call telephone 51 : yesterday afternoon after a short felt! thanks to the many who were
: I I Nunn Norwood road foreman THE other day while
and a paper will ... tent to visit with relatives. so kind and considerate during
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----- Today's 'of engines, for the Florida East
Birthdays your borne. A complaint boyit : I Ithe illness and after the death of DOWNING a thlnt with
flab Unit Plans Announcement 555 5S.5 55 55 55 55 55 555 5.... oa duty. at this office from A. J. Angle, collector of customs Coast Railway, was a business ar- our loved one, :Miguel Castillo. MY good friend Hogan, I
6:15 to 7ll5 p. m. for the for the state of Florida, rival yesterday and departed in To those who gave the use of
for Entertainment 01 Marriage Albert' Shaw. of New York, editor purpose of delivering com Mrs. Angle and daughter Agnes, the afternoon for Miami I' their cars and those who gave the ASKED him why Schlitx

.of Review. of Reviews, born at plaints. Help as five yon 100 who were in Key West for a short beautiful florals we extend our ALWAYS tasted better than
Members of the Muki-Mukt-O\ Leslie Eugene Thompson and Shandon, O., 78 years ago. percent service by. caling 51 I visit and were guests*of G. N. Mrs. Minnie Otto left yester-t I deepest appreciation.
OTHER beer. And he almost
Club will be entertained tonight I Mrs. Mary,Elizabeth Turner were if yon do aot receive The Citi- Goshorn, deputy collector in day afternoon for North Carolina MRS.\ JULIA CASTILLO AND
.at 8 o'clock by Misses Consuelo I married this afternoon at the Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover as. .... charge at Key West. and Mrs. where she will remain until about, FAMILY. jly23-lt FLOORED me when he

:-Carmona, Zenia Hoff and Cecilia I I'EUsworth home of Notary Public Enrique I Distant air corps chief, born at .eeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeee'eeeeeLEGALS I.Goshorn, left over .the highwaythis August 15 and there be joined by I SAID "Enzyme Control."
at the home of Miss Esquinaldo Jr.,. who performedthe Bay City, Mich.\ 52 years ago. I t morning for Miami en route I her son and daughter-in-law Dr. 'Jaeks..vlllr'a Leadlag Hsieh

Zenia Hoff Seminary street, ceremony. '. "..I to their home an Tampa, hostescee"' planned'an Frank Benavides and Mrs. Josephine 5': I f .
The 3 Prof. Jacob II. Hollander 'of Jr1[ iV -
evening of bridge, Michigai.And Esquinaldo were witnesses rv cmcriT COCRT. TWEYIrru W. B. Whitman | with ;
I Johns Hopkins. ?A''in .. &< !
Bother games. It is expected that to ceremany. his mother was- ajtpeitof Mr. 4
Baltimore 64 )"ears.ago | *, 101\iROE\ COU. Tr FLORIDA. IN I .G4 "'
all members will, attend thiaifc _. .. .ot'HA>CKR. I Mrs. S. V., McCaiftfijgrof'. few RIISSELUS1CIGAR )'
-' : '
-fair as everything is being done Junior.Club To -- f jt INN1E. TOUNG.. days, left ::yesterday'afternoon K 0 4zil'.
Ito make this an enjoyable .event.. Colby M.\ Chester, Jr.;, "ofVffeW t.**"'.&**... '* Complainant DI>OHCE.CHARLES for his home fn Miami* 'accompanied
I Hold Meeting York, president of the General 1 i E..TOtING. I: by Mass Jlarjotielllellulay: ,t.} SO I asked him If he had
Foods Corp., born at Annapolis, 7. 'Defendant. who also gveJt. at.the McCarthy I I0
:= Dance ,' was a I EVER .
Arrange It appearing bj sworn bill filed seen an mzrme."NOBODY :
Members of the Junior Wo- Did,. 58 years-ago.. In the above stated.causa that the I home. I
At Local Club I man's Club will meet tomorrow I residence. of Charles E. -Young' the I STOREl ever has" he
'defendant therein named; is unknown -I"
afternoon in the rooms of the James M. Hopper of CaL, writ- I ; tbat he Is over the as0 of I Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Milord ADMITTED;"but what""tile
Key West's first Key West Woman's Club to plan er, ,born in France, 59 twenty-one years; that there Is no and son Charles, left over the' I i JarkKMTllle. Florida
years ago. person. In the State of Florida, the I CM AS. B. GRI%KR. Mauler THAT to do with It?
take for a 'dance 'which is to be givenin I East Coast morning I A home-like Institution.
Dance will ----- I service of a summons In Chanceryupon yesterday fori human
"Cold-Ruh"I' the future. whom would bind said de ] Daily Baseball ReturnsBy where you will find y-.r ladlvltfrvmfvrt ... NOBODY has ever
evening at near Gluyas Williams of Boston, car- fendant. West Palm Beach, for a stay: with < and rntrrtalaient a mat seen
starting at 10 All members are expected to toohist. born in San Francisco, 47'I It Is therefore Ordered thafsald- I relatives and friends. ter of great Importance. ELECTRICITY either orGRAvrnrr
Solid gold prize:; will be awarded be present as matters pertainingto years ago. defendant be and he Is hereby required -! Wire I I -o-
.1) the entertainment to be givenin I I to appear to the bill of com- Miss who A steel fireproof lUlsalocated
in the dance; contest. Music plaint filed In said cause on or before Frances Cale. was, J I In the heart of the city
:rill be fnrnished by Del's Ha- connection with the dance are Monday the 2nd day, of September -'2 visiting hEr parents. MV. and Sirs' AND -P-
CoL Clarence M.. Young, onetim..1assistant A. D. else the alienations COME GET THE Every Room with Combination Tub
:bana-Madrid Orcheetra.S I Ito be discussed at length.in I 1935 -S Frank Cale and other relatives,
I Shower ElectricCelling
II secretary of commerce: of said bill will be taken as 'land Rath. Radio
I confessed.It and friends, left yesterday for RESULTS OF THE I Fan, Slat Door for Summer *e
for aviation
born at Colfxx la.
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Is further Ordered that tide 1 her home in Miami. MAJOR BASEBALL I Ventilation. Comfortable Bed with ,
... 46 years ago. I Order be published once each week l i t Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
S S S S S S S S S S S IS SS SToday's England. Died in Brooklyn
for four consecutiYe weeks in The LEAGUES0 and Individual Reading -
N. YM Dec.,28. 1900. I Key West Citizen a newspaper I Mrs. Neva Hall Martin, who I Lamps. '
Simeon Strnnsky of New York, published In Monroe CountIor RATES "ENZYMES," he continued,
in West Mr.
Ida was Key as guest Slag'.
Anniversaries noted editorial writer, b>rn in- Ordered this July 15th ...A. D.I. and Mrs. Ray Navarro, left yesterday -: CIGARS, CIGARETTES. 7H R__.. Private Bath _.._ ,1." FILLING up his glass
Russia! 56 pears 1935. *- we n_.. Private risk __ :1M
ago. -
'1834=Cardinal James Gibbons I afternoon for her honiein SOFT DRINKS '
"MAKE fruits And
.... ................. ,, (SEAL ROSS C. SAWYER I 4e Rooms Private Bath 3.55 ripen.
555 Roman Catholic archbishop of Clerk of Circuit Court.I Miami accompanied by Adolfo ETC. 24 R.._., Private Bath __ a..H
Don Salvador de ,Madariaga, RAYMOND R. LORD I* Sample R_... Private Bath ,..... THEY'RE in all beer as If*
1746-Bernsrdo de Galvez Baltimore, a religious leader respected I Navarro who will visit for several
Solicitor for Complainant.JlylC232
Spanish captain-general of Louisiana and esteemed by all faiths Spanish statesman born 49 years .; angC-13 days. I BEING brewed. But they'reHARD

and Florida, who fought the and creeds, born in Baltimore. ,._ to handle. Nature
English in that section during the Died there March 24, 1921, .', '--------- .
TELLS 'em when to start
American War of the Revolution, r
born in Spain. Died in Mexico, BUT: not when to stop.

Nov. 30, 1786. 1838-Samuel IL M. Byers, WHEN the enzymeS work

Union soldier author of the song TOO long, fruit gets
1813-Sylvester Judd Augusta, "Sherman's March to the Sea" LONELINESS "
Maine, Unitarian clergyman and which gave the campaign that TO 1 I BRING COMPANIONSHIP OVER-RIPE and they

.author, born at Westhampton, name and which was written while SPOIL beer too If

Mass. Died Jan. 26, 1853. prisoner author and consul, born SO EBODY doesn't 'em
at Pulaski, Pa. Died May 24, stop

1816: Charlotte Cushman, 1933. sffiOU't) AT the right time.
&bt cL .SWka *
'will stops em
among the great American actresses '
of the past and one of the }} ; ITS secret process called
1877 author :
-Montague Glass,
great American women of her PRECISE Enzyme Control.IT L
and of "Potash and Per-
in creator
generation, born Boston.; Died
,there, Feb. 11, 1876.18314William mutter," born in England. Diedat simply means exact

Westport, Conn., Feb. 3, 1934. CONTROL of temperature,

Westlake, not- TIMING and ingredients

ed American inventor of the car Subscribe to The Citizen. AND that's why every
heater oil cook stove etc. born I



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