The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00074
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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 24, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00074
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A AMocUted Press Day Win ( I Key West, Florida has the
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Various r ,Issues Are Carefully OF TREES HERE HAS CEREMONIES- TO BAMBOO KEYTO On Borah's Plans For. '36 Battle I



(EVENING Would Be Ideal Candidate

Many Followers:Inaugurate I SUGGESTS RARE AND TREE LIFE IN KEY Florida Temple No. 1 and C. Tanner, engineer with the For PresidencyNext
WESTIn Latino Temple No.3, Ladies of sanitary department, WPA, Fer- GREETINGS

Campaign Toward FISHBESHOWN I the Knights of Golden Eagle, held I nando Camus member of the department YearBy

I a joint installation of officers on ; II. S. McCIanahan in
Boosting Him As Presidential Monday\ night. I GIVES LIST OF OFFICIALS OF' SANITARY ENGINEER IN.
an effort to preserve the charge of pest eradication for the
shrub and tree life on the Islandof the meeting, and her staff of grand I ny AMoctatre: Press
TO SHE ORDINARY officers who installed follows Witt publicity director and Earl
: Adams photographer of the WPA,
HERBERT PLUMMER SPECIMENS Guild has, made arrangements BO l Irene Adams. Past Templar. will leave tomorrow for Bamboo CITIZEN RECEIVES COPY BE GROWN FROM SEED Quite the most interesting; political -

tar AMorutee: Pre_) that all plant life of this nature. Dellie Whitmarsh, Noble TempI speculation backstage ,in

WASHINGTON July 24rThe'VandenbergforPresident" I Key.The
be saved through transplant
"Visitors do not want to see ; I II Miriam Carey, Vice Templar. party will go over the The Order Caballeros de The plant found on Bamboo Washington at present concern.
.boom, ing Guild'officers announced this Cinderella Roberts, Priestess. highwa to No Name Key, and t ,
ordinary fish, but the rare kinds," morning. Tessie Crews. Prophetess. from there make the rest of the Luz, has issued a folder for the. Key which keeps away mosquitoes: Borab of Idaho and what his plans

talked of nor or less constantly I :Marshall of Ceremonies trip in the launch of Raul Va*. second semester of the year 1935, can be grown from seed, A. C.I
an Army officer, long interestedin I Persons planning to remove Lila Harris, for 1936.
since the Michigan senator'* reelection : shrubbery trees from their ... quz with two small boats in tow.(extending on behalf of the offi- Tanner, sanitary engineer with I are

Key West, has written to I or _Miriam Lowe, Guardian of Music \ The boats will be used to trans cers of the different branches, af- the Key West Administration, has I I It is prompted by word from
ia-1934 d..pit.th. grounds can call A. D. Luethi, at port loads of the parasitic growth, I
friends in Key West from his bed fecti. nate and fraternal greetings.The been advised in a letter from the
Phone S21iW and he will arrange,: I Gertrude Key, Inner Portal. cuscuta umbellata. mosquito: re-I Ohio that a group of Republicansplans
Roosevelt sweep ml the pells apparently in Walter Reed HospitaLThe Portal. polling weed, which is to be planted Citizen is in receipt of one of Bureau of Plant Industry U. S.
for truck and to pick Knowles Outer
a men up 1 I Julia I invite "the lone lion from
thould have small shark whip rays, where America Rodriguez. P. T. places in the city. Officials of the various lodges ington. Idaho" to go before the voters of
last. planted at some point they Since the of the discovery
morays, and very especially small Virginia Alvarez, N. T. story I sponsoring the older and the Following his trip to Bamboo
are needed and wanted. Atwell V. T. of the growth several weeks ago, that state in the presidential preferential
Although the bespectacled, tarpon in the tanks and "not tiny Elaine 'lodges are: Key with members of his staff I
Through this method, it was ex Caridad Toledo Pr-jpnetev. by Mr. Tanner, the story has Leen
little and .but I Sacerdotisas Del Hogar No. 1 when he collected several primary next May-one
grunts snapper. broadcast all over the country anda specimens ;
.handsome republican senator still plained, the plant life of the island Noclina B.s: <>. Priestess. Sacerdotisa Mercedes Calleja.
splendid specimens: different I Grace Aluury, M.\ of C. number of parties from different of the peculiar plant on the; of the earliest to be held. Borahis
which is Vice Sacerdotisa Afttistia
seeds at suggestions .ho is a candidate can be conserved, of the state have started : Gar-I
of MUMC.Arniandt parts
from what folks;: see elsewhere. Carldad; Arango, G. I ccia. key, Mr. Tanner forwarded a
one of the objectives of the newly i I P i to Bamboo Key to gather some keeping: his own counsel on theqaestion.
for the republican nomination The officerwrote at length out- Aguilar I Patricia-Ofelia Johnson. I sample of the species: to both
created Guild. Persons wantingto of the weed.or .
lining some of the things whichhe Julia Acosta, O. P. Sec. de Finanza-Dulce Maria,' Washington and Gainesville to Ohio law require* thatI
asked I
for president in 1936, an dispose of seedlings were .
the -- I'Perez. I I determine definitely what kind of i
felt should be done at
to place them in cans or wrap I candidate, whose name goes on
Sec de Actas Blanca Ber- plant it is. I
organization .has been. formed in aquarium, and commenting upon I I them in newspapers! and take them ,
the Public mudez. ,I S. F. Blake, senior botanist i in j the ballot, matt give his co".t'I
the of Emory Lowe the at
Illinois for the purpose of .baring appointment Ito I I nursery ECONOMIC'H1GHLIGHTS Vicesecretaria Josefina Ca- the division of plant explorationand
Pierce said, "I'm tickled pink that Library where they will be saved
introduction in Washington, writing.
hint named the G. O. P. standard Emory Lowe has Tabbed hold as I and later distributed for planting mero. ''I
Tesorera-Maria Gutsens. wrote: Borah's only continent has been
he has done; of course, that was .
hearer. A Van- I Ex....rta-Isabel A..vft.I "The specimen for identification -
Chicago attorney certain, and he was needed. "Since membership is open to Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend ; = that there will be time enough for
Happenings That r.iYi C. Graciela Calleja. is dodder, Cuscuta Umbellata.,
dorf Gray, is sponsoring the Things will fo vastly better." everyone in the city interested in i I him to decide when he receives
National !
preserving and developing the 'Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Guarda Int.-Lily Lowe. 11 The plant of this genus are

..... '+ International Problems Insep > Guarda Etx.-Georgina Perez. ]parasitic. The seeds germinate inl!, the invitation.
tree and shrub life, of the island, and '
Mere mention of the fact that
PATIENT STROLLS 1 Porta Estandarte Marina' 1 the soil and the plant quickly at-
Vandenbergs reaction to Gray's the Guild offers a splendid' oppor- arable From Local WelfareOn Crespo. I II laches itself to some other plant, he will be invited, however has

efforts in his behalf was a laconic -, tunity for Key Westers to par-' "Union Saco Carrasco" No. 2 from which it derives. its nourishment -' provoked a lively inerest amonpolitici.ns
OUT OF HOSPITAL, ticipate in a constructive community -I' here. Moreover\ the
: "Not interested. He Luminar-Alberto Martinez. by means of suckers, the
at the request not it can find useful ani pro-
Guild officers I 8, Congress
program April knowledge that the senator i.n,,''
says that he is not even acquainted of the President,, passed a ducthe jobs: for the 3.500.000 Vice Lum.-Salvador Napoles. stem of the dodder below thei
with the man. said."For Patriarca Pablo point of attachment soon with-! for reelection in 1936 and that.
$4,880,000,000for heads of families Tho are still out Calleja.
; I visitors have been
That is typical of the attitudebe FOUND TN'N'NG' AFTER years bill appropriating of work. Secretario de Actas-.Jos Fer- ,ering. So far as I know all the!! the present governor of Idaho a
struck with the lack of relief.At .
apparent work Democrat, C. Ben Rose, is reported -
has displayed all along, Mr. Roosevelt -000-- nandez. species of dodder grow readily]I
trees here because that time,
ever. He refuses to discuss thequestion.at.all ALL-NIGHT SEARCH principally 1 all the rw- The,, legislative situation is confused Sec. de Finanza-Ignaeio- Me- from, eeed butraiuira the presence -' to h.Ye an b tir5 to urv
have trees in that July
.. persons planted stated; by continue neat him has increased tla-
,. Every: menticyi --' -CONDUCTED their ''back yards whre they are tion's unemployed who were able chaotic. Roosevelt controlof dina. of a host plant to spec
of it either is dismissed by him Tesorero their growth. |
Congress it certain --Armando Perez.
not it
not visible to the person on the to work would have federal jobs so as ,
with grin or with an impatient of the An Ideal Candidate
a relief once was-as the House vote on Experto-Juan Cobo Martinez. "I have no knowledge
I street. More\ shade is needed along and would be off the local
statement to forget it.Silence the Utilities Act dramatically" M. de C.-Carlos Calleja. relation of this species of dodder I. Sonie Washington politicianssay
of the street West and
Officers the Key West Police of Key by I rolls; I
SignificantIt ; Guarda Int. Padron. to mosquitoes, but it is a fact that that wool.i be
Not i orah
and ed. More proved. In spite of talk about ad- -Miguel j privately
Department spent a large part working through the Guild, this, July 1 came pas< '
nevertheless is true that the, of last night searching for a patient -I I can be accomplished by the citizens than $400,000,000 had been approved journment, the chance reems Guarda Ext.-Nicolas! I| many other species grow in areas an ideal candidate for the Repub-

voice of the Michigan senator is, who had srolled away from, of the city." for 474 projects, yet not a small] that Congressmen will be I dez.I f'ernan-I. in which mosquitoes are abun licans to put tip against PresidentRoosevelt :
and known able to take the train for home I Porta Estandarte-Walter O. dant. ,1)} next::year.
becoming more more I the Marine hospital clothed in : The Guild will hold its first single man had been put to work. "
to the people*. of the country. His shorts, slippers J and a bath robe. meeting since the organization The reason i is two-fold: First, before September. Only a remarkable .I I Johnson. I Experiments in .cultivation of They bard 'their belief on the
observations and Unlooked-for burst of Luminar Pasado-Benito An-! the dodder are now being 'made premise that the rock-ribbed 0.
current questions ,
on : Some time ago the patient in session' tomorrow afternoon at 5 and most important, the works i .
ate 'listened to 'by the politiciansand question was struck on the jaw o'clock in the Public Library. The program is supposed to employ 3- rpeed could bring about an August drade. I II hereby members .of the :State! O. P. :stands little chance to win
adjournment.Here "Marti" No..3 I jLuminar Plant Board corps in Key Westland !I in 1936. AC ,-best, they say, from
weighed carefully during a fight and fell to the con- hour was selected late enough in 500,000 men for one year. If thatis a
While he may not be making a crete sidewalk. His head received I the day so that men and women} done, the cost per worker, in is how some major bill I --Jose Crux "j by Mr. Tanner. This is onenatural all indications the coming prc,i-

campaign for the nomination in what was considered a minor injury in offices will be able to attend. eluding materials, must be held now stand:, co.e: Lum.Teodoro Betani -- method of combatting dential campaign can be nuthiir;

any sense, this does not mean that but his jaw was fractured.He I Ralph E. Gunn. landscape architect -I down to the very low figure of $1- GUFFEY COAL BILl-This i mosquitose being worked out. j amore' than a rallying cry for th '

the republican convention might apparently recovered from with the local WP A. is to ad- bill, which simply amounts to a I'I j Patriarca-Rogelio Cabrera. Another method it is planned,:''' Republicans. That being true

not nominate him or that he his injuries but later returned to dress the group and will take as 143.Second, there has been constant 'rehash of the NRA coal code, I Secretario de Actas-Feliciano will be the introduction of red, then Borah is the party's best bet.

would refuse to accept the bid. the hospital for further treatmentand I his subject, "Trees for Street I disagreement between Secretaryof eeems certain to pass and to be ap- r 1[ Castro. or purple, martins which devour In the first place it is ar," '

Few men' can afford to turn down h.d caused no worry to at- Planting." the Intrior Ickes and Relic? proved by the President even i I Vicesecretario-Ismael Calleja,' hundreds of mosquitoes in a Bingty that he is a great speaker and agreat

such an offer from one of the taches of the institution until he Officer of the Guild are: Wallace Administrator Hopkins. Mr. Ickes though it is widely believed:l to be r Jr. t day. As high as 2,000 of the pests': campaigner. His effort ai

great political parties and he left last night. I B. TCirke. president; Mrs.\ is the head of the Public Works unconstitutional, as well as un- Sec. de Finanza-Norberto Fer have been found within the' behalf of the candidacy of Hoover -

probably is no exception. A telephone call this morning William R. Warren, vice-president -,I I Administration, and Mr. Hopkins workable. nandez. | stomach of a martin representing]( in 1928 still are remembrr-?

His Tax Views advised the hospital authoritiesthat I ; Mr. Luethi, secretary; the f guides the Works Progress Admin WAGNER LABOR RELATIONS Tesorero. Oscar L. Milian.Experto \ I consumption for one day. Spec' Despite the fact he has pa od bh'
Vanden- the An- BILL-Has passed, is apparently -Pablo Fernandez ially constructed bird houses must; birthday he retains his c.M
Politicians point to patient was at 909 Rev. J. C. Gekeler, treasurer, and I istration. Two bureaus inevitably I 170th
berg attack on the president'stax gela street. An orderly was sent Mrs.\ Kirke, publicity chairman. ,, overlap-and both executives doomed to certain disapproval .by Di! de C,-..Manuel Parez.Guarcta t i be erected at various points on]I fire and vigor and would be ('np.I -

program and the reception it to the address and returned with 1 ,claim jurisdiction over the same the Supreme. Court. Int. Justino Ruiz.: i the island f, Mr..! Tanner says, .be-1.|I able! of making a _brilliant campaign
received as evidence he will bear the man.'JOSEPH. projects.; FEDERAL ALCOHOL CONTROL ifiarda Ext.-,Armando Cutie lore lone martins can be aiiract'*
watching in '36. His demand MINOCA COUNCIL .I' Mr. Ickes is of the opinion that -The Supreme; Court's, ei. I and kept in Key West. J Also it is argued that while:

that congress", pass a "real tax bill .j-elief money,rhoftld be spent for NRA decision disposed of the. tell 1 i1.jPO Est.andarte-1\lig".J\ 1 MeLunynar .! Gambusia affinis. or "mosqutot{ Borah, is considered a profrrc
and not a mere political appeal to RUSSELL HOLDS MEETING projects of permanent benefit oral! govrnment' control ov. 'MqJ... fish are being given away .at'sire, he could be expected it pew<

mass prejudice" and the programhe I:gra Pasado Feliciano'Gonzalez. the aquarium now to personal coed strictly iniaccordance with

presented are regarded here DIED LAST NIGHT and, harbor .developments, road to prepare a new bilL 'The bill'has' j I wanting them for use in cisterns j''the law and the Constitut.nn

politically significant.His asl ::aorkr etc. .Mr. Hopkins, on the been much debated but it i .''i is, ej t. i The Gambusia devour larvae and two things the RepublicanInvo

plan for taxes differs widely .! OFFICERS ARE NAMED, FOR other hand*is concerned only with petted to pass shortly. pupae of the mosquito, eliminating -] harped on continually and for
'. BUS AND TRUCK BILL-This BAND CONCERT the pest before it reaches which have criticized Pro-i-
from that proposed ,by Mr. POSITIONS : putting men to T ork, and he knows they
Roosevelt. He insists that the!I FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE DIFFERENT : that the adoption of project iri bill is designed to extend the Eort maturity. Just a few of the fish i dent Roosevelt and the "nr.r

tax bill should be designed actually i CONDUCTED TOMORROW IN ORGANIZATION I which material 1 costs are high will of federal regulation now exertedover I BAYVIEW PARK; are sufficient to rid a cistern of deal" so severely.

to balance the government's I I I defeat that purpose. As a result,. the railroads, to the buses mosquito larvae. t Might Make Inroads

budget: He thinks that only when I i i AFTERNOON I I he favors projects which require and tracks.! It hu almost: unani-I I II Politicians also point out that

the American people begin to pay I l There was an interesting and only labor and demand few or no mous support from private and TO BE GIVEN TOMORROW( FLEMING FAMILYRETURNED with Borah as the G. O. P. stand
doubtless I I !
the bills will they come to value I I well attended meeting of Minoca materials woodland clearance public sources will pass 1 ard bearer against Roosevelt in

economy in governmental ex Joseph Howard Russell, 37, died ( Council auxiliary of the Red Men, malaria control repairs to public soon. Has been held up by debate I EVENING BY KEY WEST I '36 he might be expected to make

penditures. last night 10:25: o'clock in his i held on Tuesday evening at thelodge buildings etc. The two men are on other and more dramatic measures -I HOME; deep inroads into the :ipport

From a political standpoint I home at 1112 Curry's Lane. Mr. rooms. so diametrically opposed in their but is now getting underway I HOSPITALITY BAND I Ii given the Democratic candidate!

many observers think this is just Russell had been ill for more than Mamie Russell presiding assist- views that it teemed no compromise ---- by the independent and 1'Ltcral,

what the administration wishes to! one year. ed by Annie Baker senior past was possi le. FOOD AND DRUG ACT- i i KZY WEST RESIDENTS HAD' wing of the republican party
avoid at this time. With a national -! Funeral services will be held 5 chief, raised the following chiefs A little over a fortnight ago the Hearings on this bill will start I The program to be offered by I !I

election coming up next! o'clock tomorrow afternoon from j to their respective stations: I I President stepped in and provideda shortly. Consumers' organizations I the Key West Hospitality Band tomorrow BEEN VISITING IN VA. !

year, they say it i is not the wish the Lopez Funeral Home to the I Cinderella Roberts Pocahontas. partial settlement to the prob say the bill is not sufficiently night at one of its regular f l POPPY ARRIVES

of the democrats to impose any First Congregational Church. Rev Florence Torres. Wenonah. lem. He decided the question of comprehensive while food and concerts in Bayview Park was RIOUS SECTIONS .

such taxes on the people. E. R. Evans will officiate. I Flora Michael, Pawhatan. jurisdiction by outlining which drag makers are for it. The de- announced today by George Mills. I FROM TORTUGAS
Pallbearers will be: Carl Ber- Lillie Sawyer Prophetess. projects arc to be controlled by bate wijl! be hot when the bill White. The band is under the di- : t tI

valdi, Charles Curtis, Olaf Soder- Tessie Crews, Mamie Russell, Mr.\ Hopkins,'which 1 by: Mr. Ickes. comes up.-its chances of passing, rection of A. Borrosso, and the I Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming and]I '"",rt't -

RED CROSS WILL berg, W. S. Eakins, Clyde. Baker,,I Miriam Carey, Mamie\ Spencer, Result: All projects involving the in it? prevent form are only fair. program ;will, start at 8 o'clock. [ daughter, Dorothy Mae, returned]j jI t t.L.lelht.hbdse
and Otto Aguero. warriors is expenditure of less than $25,000 BLACK 30-HOUR WEEK BILL Last week's concert was can- I over the East Coast yesterday| Tender Poppy arrived -

HOLD MEETING Mr. Russell is survived by his Life Hart Gertrude Key, are to be handled by Mr. Hopkins; Seems definitely dead due to I celled because of rain. The same I from Philadelphia, where they' yesterday afternoon fr ,m
widow, Mrs. Juliet Russell; foul' scouts. all those costing more by Mr.\ Administration's opposition. It is program which had been scheduled : -1 ..ere visiting Mrs. Fleming* sg.'. T rtugas and after taknig on provisions -

children. Ruth Nellie Louise, Lillian Kemp, Annie 'Albury,I Ickes. For exam.de: If the Presi- thought that the Presitent believesin will be offered tomorrow night I.ter Mrs. George Fisher, who was' left for the scene of w rk

Directors and members of Red Joseph Howard, Jr.. and Margaret;;,. guards. dent approves the building "f a the bill's principle, but is against it was announced. The selections I before marriage MiN Ruth Mathews operations.The .

Cross Chapter of Key West are parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russell .'I Emma Griffin Lillie''Weaver, canal, Mr. Ickes vlil handle it- forcing so expensive. a measure on follow: of Key West. tender {Is installing bea-

being notified that a meeting of ; one sister, Mrs. Milton Roberts ',I| councilors. if he says yes to a ditch, it will industry now.BANKING. O.erture--Mazeppa. They were accompanied by Mr. cons in the channel leading to For,

the board of directors and all and two brothers, Mervin\ and I I Amelia Brady, guard of tepee. be done by Mr. Hopkins. Mr. BILL-Has been revamped W alt iribiribin. and Mrs. Sydney Mathews and son. Jefferson.
Russell. while in tne Senate due to the Selection-Babes in Sydney, Jr., who remained for one
members is called for tomorrow Richard I Sallie Roberta guard of"forest.PRESCRIPTIONS Ickes will build highways I Toyland.
Mr. Hopkins builds trails: Mr.\ erforts of conservative Senator I Popular Songs-Ruth Roberts week in Miami on the return trip SOLID COLD PRIZE .f
chairman the t STEALS FOR WOMAN I Ickes will erect public buildings, II Glass father of the federal Reserve and Stringed Quartet. to be guests of Mrs. Mathews'''

hour as 10 o'clock: announces and the place and Mr. Hopkins till landscape the I Act. Is no longer so comprehensive -:I March. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Diego Del GOLD RUSH'DANCEWednesday
them. Andso from the standpoint of Intermission. do. Mr. Mathews is a brother
CARDIGAN, Wales Davi d grounds surrounding g
the Red Cross rooms in the public NileHabanaMadrid
Evans former mayor of this city Filled emactly as ordered by yo.re it goes. federal control as it was originally. : Overture-Iron Count.WaltzImpassioned of Mrs Fisher. ;;
library. Mrs. secretary Club
Phillips, doctor. Quick S.nic.GARDNER'S The works relief is at The Administration wants the Dream. While away the party went to'!]
arrested for theft said he stol program
that the matters to be discussed
says are of vital importance and 1 to get money_for a woman wh PHARMACY last swinging into actual operation original bill as prepared by Mr.I Selection-The Fortune Teller. Atlantic City, New York City and :,' MnsU by Der.. HabaaaMadridOrchestra

members and officers are urgedto had blackmailed him for 24(0 Phone 177 Free Delivery!' -and the question that remains I Eccles, to pasc--and a battle Much spent a short time ia the moan-. Tim
Pennsylvania A.laiaai7Sca 10 p. m. ,
attend. years. t to be answered is whether looms. Star Spangled Banner. tame of

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Published Daily Except: Sunday By Among the stories of George Wash- DAYS GONE BY .........................,J! Rt. Rev. James E. Freeman,
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... P. ARTI&\. PresMent ington recounted by a recent writer is that i AnitTia Earhart of Rye. X. Y.fanv .," Protestant Episcopal bishop of
JOB ALI.RV AuUta.t 111._ Here i Washington D. C., born in Newn'
Maaaartr Happening Jatt 10 Year i
I test to south winds and partlyovercast aviatrix born AtchisoKans.
From The immersion the J us at
I Citizen BuildingCorner of his baptism by during !York.
Uraen. and Ann Street Ago Today A* Taken FreeThe Highest __........_. 88 weather tonight and II ., 37 years az*'. 6I years ago.
Revolutionary War, although he had been File Of The Citizen _.. _...__ ... Thursday with scattered showers.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key Went and Monroe I Lowest ....._. .. ..__ _._81 : J Charle V. VicVrey, foanderI -
County.FIFTYSIXTH. sprinkled in the Episcopalian manner as an Mean .......__..._._...__.._..__........8-1 Chief! Justice William Agne I president of the GoMen Rule Foun-
ai West. Floridad clan matter infant. Governor John W. Martin today, Normal Mean _.__._._._--=St WEATHER CONDITIONS I John: TEAR granted a special session of the Rainfall I I Ont., 87 years ago. ; 111.. 59
Impressed by a wave of evangelism The disturbance which was year ago.
..._r of the AaBoelatr PreaaThe state legislature at the state's expense YdterdaJ's 'Precipitation T.Irvs.' o\er the northern Lake region William Gillette famed oldtiit e'
Associated ITeaa IB exclusively entitled to me promoted by Methodists\ and Baptists for the of takingup l Lord Dunsany. Irish poet and
purpose : _.._ .! I
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for credited to Normal Precipitation .11 Ins.Thfct yesterday morning moved actor born at Hartford Conn., 8*'9
republication of all new dispatcher about that time General Washington Monroe' County's water bill I ....... .... r ; dramatist. born 67 years ago.
also even -
It or not'otherwise credited la tide paper and approached the St. Lawrence Valley while years ago. __
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tae local new. published here. which was overlooked following M e Vloek Moralac.Tomorrow' ,
Rev. John Gano, chaplain of the pressure remains high along the -
L the recent regular session of the; AlmanacSun ... BENJAMIN LOPEZ
South Atlantic seaboard. Frederick Law Old misted of Bola -
CMTCRLAl Continental Army, so the story goes, and body. Permission was granted fol- rises ._._.._.- 5:51 a. m. have not changed j r FUNERAL HOME
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Sun rets 7:16
: I93SSli said: "I have been investigating the scriptures lowing a conference held today h p. m. much since.yesteroay morning: and !'t 24 hours over the Great Pleiand n,;: Serving Key Westn
and I believe immersion to be the when the governor was called on II j Moon rises m.--" 1:26< a. m. continue about normal in most. thence eastward except 1- Half Century
CCa3CRIPT10N IU.TV.s by the delegation sent from K. Moon sets 3:37 p. m.Tomorrow' tucky. Alabama. Ge<' and th e
the North Atlantic rjna
One Tear '"_''' ._.. $16.". baptism taught in the word of God, and I West for the of requesting rl, Tide. sections except Carolina 24 Ho"r Ambulance Service
Months _____.. .. I./0 I purpose States where they are unsason- Licensed Embatmer
Three; Month .-..---..w... .2.60 demand it at your hands. I do not wish the governor to call the extra 1 High __....__...__.._ :5:11; 7:31 ably high. j I'' S. M. GOLDSMITH. Phone 135 Night 696.\\
One MonthWeekly I' -_ .11 any parade made or the army called out, session. It is expected that th e!:) Low .._....._,_..___ 12:53 I Rains were general during the I Temporarily in Chars!.

AOYSRTINIFQ RATES I but quiet demonstration of the legislature will meet late in Oct.:1 11:00Barometer 1 1---- _. -- -
simply a ober. ..JthnnlPh no date was ae t::1.. .. I -- ---- --
F Mad known on application. a a- m. today:
SPECIAL NOTICE I ordinance." in Tallahassee.l ; : Sea level, 30.04.WEATHER I
Alt readtnr notice, cards of thank, resolution I of WHY AMERICA PREFERS BUDWEISER. .
respect, -obltfcary notice. et&. will be charged for at Accordingly, it is said Rev. Gano immersed '

the Notice rate of for!.entertainments cent a line. by churches from -whicha Washington in the waters of the Board of county commissioners : FORECASTi i P" 7r
... *n..e I. to b.. derived are I cents a line.The Potomac in the of 42 witnesses. received a communication today V.3w
Citizen Is an open forum and Invite dlscusBlon presence from Lt. Gilbert A. Youngberg, (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) ;
taterect of public but it Imiur will not and publish subject anonymous of local or communication general- A painting depicting the event was madein district engineer U. S.. A. at Key West and Vicinity: Partly : Its age-old TASTE

1908, and it now hangs in the John Jacksonville, advising that the cloudy tonight and Thursday ex-| ,

Gano Memorial chapel of William Jew *ll chief of engineers has decided it 11''t 1 p 1 '
The wages of sin are never garnisheedby will be necessary to construct a
one's creditors. College, a Baptist institution, at Liberty, draw bridge over Steamboat creekat .,. is found only in

Mo.\ Key Largo. The draw bridge is

While the i incident of his baptism by necessary, it is set out in the in-
Pink Pilgrim's Progress: Demagog- formation because it. is declared BudweiserHundreds
immersion seems to give Baptists a certain
ism, Socialism, Communism. a navigable passage and a number
claim to Washington as one of their number of citi'zena have asked that the 11 t

it is said that he never "personaltestimony" bridge be constructed instead of :
A heretic is a fellow who doesn't. be- gave the i wooden structure authorized. .... ,,, t\ 1 of years ago, an ancient
necessary to membership in Chairniah J. Otto Kirchheiner, of x' monastery in Budweis, Bohemia,
lieve in
our pet superstitions. that church. He is described as a man of the Ward,,of:;icounty commissioners Partly Cloudy Thunderskowerb' 1 I"' ...,f I .. t., F r! brewed a beer of such distinctive and

moderation, religion, who attended divine 'will take the matter up with ;;;: e-- .. exquisite taste that connoisseurs pronounced

The cause of world p'eacelaiaking an services regularly, but seldom "* kn nt lt'' Waihinghsr.;:!': \s: at once. cept scattered thumlerrhowersi it the finest in all the world.

awful licking as Mussolini calmly' announces in prayer 'or partook of communion. :Xn A Thursday afternoon; gentle toj .. Its taste was slightly tart with a de-
.1t|-jyiwitr Is considered one of he moderate winds, mostly southeast i '. 1 liciousunforgettabletang.ThoeewhoK
his plan to make! war,on Ethiopia.The other wordsVashington's Christianity l t bit;: ;
buys recently offered in Keyacreage
Florida fair toni tired of
: Generally ?ilt( ;M, t drank this beer never it.
was practical rather than pietistic.AN is listed with Gato and, and Thursday except scattered Se ;
long-sought miracle is about to NaVarrc. This land,. somethingover thundershowers Thursday after 5 Sixty years ago, Anheuser-Busch. got
48 acres in extent, is on from the Bohemian monks their
noon. age-
happen financial circles talking OLD-FASHIONED GAL
Largo Sound and has more than i Jacksonville to Florida Straits y', old formula. And so BUD\TE1SER came .
about a "gain in confidence." Can it be 1,400 fet.of. water frontage. It
East Gulf Gentle to nioi'eraeAll Jh
j aid : ry' to America. Its popularity swept the
possible? What is declared to be the oldest is priced! at $1,000 per acre under
: A.. country and then the entire world.
\ the prevent market and is lusted I
three of the vessels of the
known specimen of the American girl was exclusively with that con ern. The demand for BUDWEISER built the
are in commission now.
Note to Editors: Inside the next discovered some months ago in Ottertail They, with other realtors t'xi)4'Ct) company world's largest brewery.

year or so you can look,back in your 1928- County, Minnesota\ and scientists have water frontage acreage, on Largoto The funeral of Henry Ranker, Refinements of method and facilities; ,

29 files and re-run those editorials that been studying her ever since. True, they dollars advance many the thousands of whoa body was brought to Key '1 F yes-but the ancient formula of
during coming season. West from Miami yesterday;"will
you wrote warning your readers not to have only her skeleton to aid their investigations be held this afternoon. BUDWEISER remains unchanged. And

speculate in stocks.. but this has proved most in- To ascertain! the opinion of I! "BO today, as of yesterday, BUDWEISER

teresting. local realtors in regard to real _____ I holds an unmatched record-the biggest '
FAST FREIGHT SERVICE'' bottled beer in history Its
West 'selling *
estate activities in Key ,
A educator said the other
prominent According to Dr. A. E. Jenks, anthropologist nonlb8tle
The Citizen called on a number t t Accept distinctive, age-old taste makes it so.
day that the schools of the country were of the University of Minnesota and had them express! themselves.All : tutu on draught

not giving children the right kind of the skeleton that of a prehistoric of them are optimistic. Sem.ebelieve NEW YORK or in bottles y ANHEUSER-BUSCU ST. LOUIS

education-now, you try that on a teacher Indian girl, who was about 17 years old at the present market will { ... O!. ,.Aota-0-Buich.lac.
remain active and stronger !
grow and BOSTON
and she will almost slap your face. the time of her death, which occurred'i a* the season advances. Others -

some 20,000 years ago as a result of violence !i have been getting in touch with From Key West alternate Friday j{

Police recently arrested a man for perhaps murder. Evidences that an i operators in other parts of the B..d""easer
I and from their advicesglean From_ New York alternate eadmyv :
country .
killing a little girl in another city and he arrow or spear had pierced her brea information which indi

is charged witn five other similar attacks. : were given by marks on the ribs and I cates that Key West is leading all 1 From Boston alternate Saturday

The moral is seen when we tell you that he shoulder blade. parts of the state in actual trans: Al.* SEW ORLEANS to KEY WEST SN KING OF BOTTLED BEER
Allmate Wedmenday Arrive
was once in an asylum for the criminally I Her youthful skeleton marvelously actions. Key went aeeea* day f.ll.TClBK.'CLYDEMALLORY. AQUILINO LOPEZ, DISTRIBUTOR

insane and twice in prison.It preserved, wad: uncovered by a ditching '
Editorial comment: Must! be -- -
-. -- machine in road building and
employed quite a comedown for the newly ,
may be commendable for Key Westto the strata of earth in which it was found wedded couples after getting all t F Key SMITH Weal Ageae. ....................o................o..a.....................
welcome the halt, the lame and the has been determined by a number of ge '- those shower parties to net nji .
housekeeping and be greeted by s .
blind, but it should never take to its bosom logists to have been at the bottom of a shower of bills. -J ek.sllleb Lending II-*

the crook and those who came here' with lake which existed during the Ice Age, but THE SEMINOLE ,
shady reputations. There is no telling which is now dried up. Mrs.. Roy Roberta and Victor I SHUTTER AND AWNINGCOMBINATION
Thompson were high score winners rrw
when we may become victims of their With the bones were found shell orna- Mr .
at Five Hundred and C.
weaknesses. ments and a dagger made from an antlerof W. Boyne and W. B. Branch, were

some member of an ancient deer family. winners. at the bridge tables l last t rat I
night at the benefit; card ,;
According to the 1930 census, thereare The find is described as one of the mpt partj.; I
and musical given in Aronoviti
4,000,000 aliens in the United States important ever brought to light in North halL The affair was well attended. :.f i .

who have not taken out their first citizen- America, from a scientific standpoint.In \ .

ship papers. There is no telling how manyof an article in Science News Letter it I I The Ideal Material For This Purpose Is Weatherwood
Ferry Boat J. R. Parrot arrived I' .
...._ .
these are keeping loyal American citizens is said that this old-fashioned girl "was afternoon from Cub. .II" Fi.ridI
yesterday { CHAS. B. ORI>Rlt. M.n ger t
out.of jobs. Key West has its quota mongoloid in her features,. and her rounded with a iull load of loaded can,,I'A human, home-like Institution! Densboard Or Weatherwood Hardboard j
will find I..I
where you ........year,..... ,
and they should become, ,American citizens nose openings indicate a closer relationship : .I..t and a

or be deported. 4 to the apes than is the case with Cfock xtBlUt rxUJurrunil ter of great. -Importance.. mat-j : :

t, modern woman." Just how much closer:\ IRRITATION I I A steel ta.lke flrepreeS, .rt halldl.g.r tar.rifT I.eaeriin 1. r For Years the People of South Florida have j \

Christopher Morley exclaims- "Mem not stated. -- Oalnioalydnedt rt l, awarr Aaonl with Combination Tuhj
't- ,and Shower oath Radio Kletr;e. :I Needed a Material like This. Something like j
yIP '
ory-the blur /tanxioustT-f 9 tht! } Cribber : srE I .tblet..1ost--bdp.a Celling .... Slat Donr for Summer,

O. O. Mclntyre.\ stfch' an ''enthusiastic I FALSE ECONOMY 19 .L aedle.tt y by R..I..LIt. I Mattr.Ventilation..... of Comfortable Inner Spring Reds' CODI with' :. Wallboard, but having Weather Resisting Prop- : \
a gaieklr I I.trurtlon and Individual Read I
::\ former
Morley admirer that he copies the '
...ties tk dlemoaf rt, *IIIC Ldunpa. :
erties That
it Could be Used for Two Good
almost verbatim, on occasion, (possibly to True economy is entirely praiseworthy help. I. aagcer th. t RATRS | so :

give the outstanding thought wider circulation particularly for those who have seeable, a.4 e.fdyha.teae I"..,* It_ Private. B.'. _S=t| Purposes- :
b.anaF to R..m.. Private B.... gds i
,) says "Memory-the despair of difficulty in making ends meet, but thereis .. n_... Private. Rain _-_- aM ...
..... ___
R Private Rath a.se
anxious thought. Since these para- a petty sort of skimping which is not f I.!.Sample R_.. Private Hath iNICRLRIoVCtll'ANCY 4.ao! 1. To Serve in Place of an Awning. :
graphers disagree we'll)) have to consult economy, and which is really wasteful in Il q } SLIGHT INCREASE! FOR I

Mnemosyne::\ the goddess of memory' the long run. l--- II I :. 2. To be Light and Strong, so, That it \

Tim.e and effort expended to effect
s Could be Let Down and
Famous Table Rock, favorite view- the saving of a penny here and a nickel r. !I I Quickly i

point for honeymooners at Niagara falls, there often is a source of loss instead of We will be pleased to have consult us about 1 J Serve as Storm Shutters in Case of :

was lost to posterity when engineers com gain. Shopping around for an hour in the you

pleted their work of removing the ledge, hope of saving a few cents on a trivial pur- how you- can jI jI jI I II Storm. :

dangerously weakened by a cave-in at the chase is one example of this. Another is I i We Have Made One and Hung: Over Our Front Entrance. When :

Falls last December. But honeymoonerswill to buy an inferior article when a good one I
I You'Drive' by, Look it Over. Or Better Still Come in and Look I
I ,
find another place in view\ of the Falls would cost but a little more. BUild Buy or !
at the Way it is Made. And :
where they can exude honied words and The same principle applies in busi- : Let Us Explain and Show You the

express: tender affections., Cupid is: not ness management. To deny oneself the i i Refinance Your Home Samples of this Excellent Weatherproof: Material- : S

downcast but continues. to smile. use of a reasonable amount of up-to-date i The Price of this Material is About the Same as Wood. There :

equipment in an effort to curtail expendi- \ .., : are Five Different Thicknesses and Grades Carried in Our Stock; :
Edwin T. :McKrfijfht, of Medford tures is not economy because such equip- I or repair or modernize any type of I II '
So that You can Have a Wide Group to Choose From. :
Mass.\ known in Key West, has been par- ment will usually pay for itself many *
building on insured. creditThe
doned by Governor Curley after serving times over in time and labor saving. I I *

two years for hU crimes. Unlike his as- Spending money wisely is one of the I : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. \

sociates who missed the penitentiary by an surest means of making more money. First National Bank of Key West t :

:eye-lash and got off with a stiff fine this Skimping is not always economy and 1 ,? : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets !

' political leader and bank president was stinginess is not always thrift. Too manyof '1 .. .
\compelled to pay. It sometimes happens us are "penny wise and pound foolish." I Approved Mortgage Under the : "Your home is worthy of the best" 5

that the least guilty where several othersre I li 1 ..

concerned must make amends to Sometimes rid of FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION ..
> so-. one may get a pest I ; 'I ......................................................................
by lending him a little money. :I.lII.lIIIII

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WEDNESDAY. JULY 24. 1935. .. -
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NOTICE KAUES !: AK fAr4t. .-- r ... fAME ASS?. f .. --' -- --
( Acre on S. side nf NE end of I r l' p'r.fol ,... Wylrant J. Poster ... :
Key West adjacent to Eastern or / v 2!' $"1-Z1I5' "Wyaaht J. Foster -_ I. .1., ....;;
Upper artNlo Towers. OI.'O..n n Fl-SO Wygant J. Foster 1.41 I +
(5 Arre. -- American Airways Inc. 3M.tl 1,
Nolle I. kereby" fflren that the- following dearrlbed land, or M. A6GLERS! PAnK. kE LAnf'.e. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE U. I CI :: !
much thereof "" .A O oil' KEY LARGO PT. LOT" 1. :r. a. 4. J" 14. 1.0t'1I 110 Ia, IS v
aa will. be neeevsary to pay the amount due for taxes 0 r G
14. TwP..1. ... a0 saiSEC.
See. Twp. R. Acres
Itl4 herein netoptfoult. to the .
*ame. toirether with the rout of such sal e
PL GOT. Lot S. i 11 SWeettng:. F. E. US r >+
and advert. m., will he aid at public auction An Monday the, (tb day: A4-50 10 60t i% Gladden Jo*. _..... 1673 6 It R..tln.. F. E. %.15 '. o; as: v

August, X t>. ]135. at the hour of 12 o'eloek noon, at the. Court Hou'e GOT. Lnts 1 and 2, Leesley-Jackaoa Properties 7 III 8".tln; F. Eo %.15 i o Q.

door, the County of ),Monroe In the City of Key W.llt. State of Florida.F4T D5-111 19 59 41 53U Inc. __ S3I.LAYGV # TA 'F.RXIER "EIGRT{ KEY LAftGO. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE IRO K':J'f...
Or KEY LARGO. PLAT BOOK K PACK M 111:8.: OF LO'l' I a PT LOT r. IIEC. 3TWr.. a. It. as Lo S 4T. .

- -- tx>t.4t. F5.-137 14 (1 39 1* Malone, Wm. H. .______. 2142 I I IUI Lowe. A.. J. A Blanton L. V. I.... It 1 162 Jones W.na..... Ida L. 1.1.
: .
FAME PU Lot '. A2-48 28 (1 39 1% Model Land C... 24.42 I I Crtbb Ellen t. __ 3." 11 151 _. 4: I.:.
A.rr. .Inn C: n. ___
PU Lot 15 1*. 17. HR'? LARGO (11V. "b1lTIUAI. SRC ...,... !!n). a U IiI Jones ( _...
-- C: : I.Sa
pt. Trum' Island (Air Station Florida East Coast Hotel _
18. D3.102 32 01 39 4tt Johnson W B. PT. lEC. 31. TWP. ...
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AlltL) _.___....__ Ca ........_.....__._.__, 1".'4I, I 14'11-1!' BOOK 1. PAGE U. 1 US Rhodes Gott F. ._ 1.Z.
Lot Sqnft. -- Bank & Tru.t Ca I.U .Ayres EmUe M. 1..11
4 Z. 8 ofY. C.U.. Al-tlO All ury.. Mtrtam Eat. n.4 3:t PU GOT. Lot 1 i: : Lucas, Anna : 1.4 Stntnn, C. ; J.
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::= = ; I 1f
..t.. 1 23 GI-n. Stuart David & Fay M. %5.4:I 2. C2.150. 1)1- F.nnle ._--.__._ NormPSt.
11. 2 24 1'3-Z3 _"_. .. r. _, .1..y. Sybil C. _.__.___ "..1,4 I 174 -_'-"- 23 C! 38 2* Biirelow. Frances H. et al 4100ILA I i: n n:15 :: 8 urboran Holding; Ca 2.45 '" :Guyer Gorge: A. -
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I't. I U 81.30 __ __. I R.b4-M... Gt'O F. _h' ._..._ SO.,2:I II> or KEY WRGO<< PI.AT BOOK .. PXfR *4 liS. --------.3.surbnrtan == : 2 188 _.__ Cu1or: George A.: _..._ '

Pt.Pt. 2 1 'u U Gn A-li.U.._._._._-.r. ., Ibngo Frletrq' Sebastian Franeloco Jr.R1'tt ____.,._. '%5.4. 1 1'i Z: Lot 12, 04-311 ...2734| U 38 3%! ,. SteHinfC. Animal ____ 11.43I KEY (" P..F.. !w 1'T."ITE sKG;:P.'RK.D. 'PLAT(0.NK; PI.'T ROOK L _4 188 112 ".'---......_- Guyer Ga yer.. GG.C'Orlt. A A.. __.....r"-- 1.31...

:: A of W. 35} ....__,_. Albury, Charlotte l A 2'53PC 8 I 1tLAtO; or KEY LARGO PLAT BOOK 1. PICK lie 1 1 --.--.-_..-.-.._........__._ liaml Bank .t: Tn.t Co. 6,45 : n: ===-===-= 4uyer 6.nrgP t L30
J-1t-f e.... -" Tvte. H. it. ... ."..::== 40.11L 0, Lot 0, B5-15 _u_ 34 (2 :28 5 Cnehman, John R. ___._ 1i..11. 1 I .... Miami }tank & Trust Greyer: George =:'.._. 1.30
--'-"--' '''' '''' '' : Ca ... 2 2211 __
I 44 tJ.zn __.... Lillian ......_.._ 25.1 3 I Lot 16 Cl-592 34 (2 38 1* 2I .m. 1..1i _____ \erment. J. R. ... 1.1.'
Carey. Mary Darrach. Grace ". 3* / 2 3 --.---........ .-..........- ),1I.ml Ba.k & Trullt 'no _. ...i 6 U. ____._ .
Pl. : :: (13.246 McCauley! 1yb11 is. 1&1Li. 1 !LAM: or KEY LARGO PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE BLot 3 I _-....-..-........__ )II.RIII Bank a Tnt' eo. .._ I.U If 2:1.: _._... Hoffman Mr. & tra., A. W. __ 1.2'
._....._ .
: 1)3-353 :'_'_00 rBrady.. Willis _:::: :::.= 17.4 4 S ._._ __. ._.,.. Miami Bank& Trust Hoffman. Mr. it )lr.. A. W. -:-.._ I.S'
= .. ZZ-234 ...... I (2 39 15 Albury Edmund ._._ 45.44 --- Ca ._ 1.45 4 Zit .. Riser C. II .....
Pt. 1 41 ZZ.2* ___. _._._ 17.4Pe I 1.30
ThompllOn. Samuel W. S I DSII _._.m.... ...... Freeman. Elnl.e >>. ..__....__ : i 2n : : '-'
3.14 : : :
I 5 I 01-5 4._.__ H..rrman", Anna _...__ 7.t4 I DOVE KEY 0 :2 -- _..._ Miami hank ., 'Trust.... ... I RI._ C H. ... 1.1.
Pt. 1.3 i5 la-te ..._.._.. J/'rl..ro. Fr.nc..o R. .__ 4'.41 I GOT. Lot 4, Gl-20 13 (3 38 4% A>'<'bllt.... J.s. 0. 646 1 I ______._ Miami! Bank& Trust Co. IU: POI%CI.' ,. MA14W\D. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 174
PL I i' fa-UI. M..c..le Sybil Eo __ Z.UI't. I: (?or. Lot 2. GI-20 III'Z 39 H Webster, J... O. 1.45 I I _.-_.__............. Miami Hank t Treat Ca .... 1.4'01 IIEeSo 4. .a .. T" P. 110. R. at
S 51 Ai-'" _.. Cash Robert IL ___ SO.2: \ERMER: KEY II 2 ---. ....-- m.. '''' .. Miami Bask i Trust Ca 1.45 I !nCTlol' 3
Pt. I il ZZ 110 _.._. Gotterrea. Cotta _n_ 1'.12 2 __._ hams flank ., Trust Co. __ I S _
-- 1.15 _. ...._ Ola M. ...._ ...__. .
('t. I it HZ-484. 4 ..4tl't. Gov. Lot 1. CS-77 35 (2 38 11 Matacumbe Realty Co. *.45Uov. Shnlt 1.1'
A5-tl. P..rn. C. L. & Slamle .
Miami Bank Trust
Z II' HS-.U ___...._.Sands. Floosie'' P. _.......__ n.4 0 Lot 1. Ci-Ii 2 (3 38 Matacumbe' Realty Co. __ 645 n : :::==_=-=. ::=::_:::::::.:::. .::: Miami: Bank : Trust Ca Cu. =, 1.15 1.4:I 1 21 3 .r.---_.-..._--.... shop.wt.. May hla M._....::..::=::=:.._....._---.- 1.30 1,30:
t'to 1 'IV.Z.S __ %..41
Carbonell Fernando PLANTATION KEY OK LONG 1"LA\n. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGR f'eo C 11 .
TATER\IEH RF."If. .un' __
Lot Sgr.Tr. 'RGO. PLAT BOOK .. PAGE 301 -- --- Robin.tt Mary ____... I.S'
('t. novo Lot 1 LOTS! s. 11. 142 !III ". .. 4 H _.. ..
Pt. I! << 34. 'l'WP. R. M --- Sowle. Letb..r n. '.11
1 3 AI-St. Palomaree. Mareeltao 0. Ie. -
T Hodine. Susanna 11. & 3-(8 ___ 4 CJ 31 11'i Ketlnm. Medford Rosa 32.71 4 4 D2..U. _...n......._ ....... ... ..... Band Olive ..........____..__ 1.15 12 41 ----.- Rhoades. wott Ire. ___ 1.s.

Pro I Z 4. F5-51' ._. Powers Joe 1". .. .. ..._ U..57 Pt. SI K: % of NK4.C57 POITCIAVA. .U
-- : P.'GR.f12 I.'D. PI.'T BOOK I..p.un; 174PT.sE1'
( ..._on. 5 (J J3 1 Matacumbe Realty Co. _... 3.74 CRF. T_ MAl0f1.Pf '" BOOK K.
I' 4 5 4 AZ-31Z-H Ft.itas, iteeaadlne __ '0.31 .. =0 & 21.P1Y6 "'WP. IS'4. R. at SECS. 3.45 a 5. TN M. R. al
PL I' I 4 1-5$7 Corral Luia .'. +!i." PW4TAT10KEY OR LOAD ISLAXDv PLAT BOOK t. PAGE 4* CECTlo4 :

.B- Lot Sqe. Tr. Lot 2. FlU _._ 78| (3 38 HIIII.tn.*. Nelll L. ___ 88.35 : 41 -- Grossman, Fred F. L30IS

1.8 Pt. 4 8 4 01-U' lJodnI'! Susanna If. __ 10.3 4 Lot 4. C4.185 ... 7,8, (3 38. 4alkins Properties Inc. 81.35 .. s 66 Poinciana Co. ..... .._.__ _ LH
Pt. of_ i AI-I't ___ Baldaaarre. $d..o __ Z-.U PLAITTIO KRY OR LOXG ISLAND -yY. Groman Fred F.. I.U

Lot Sqr. Tr. Gonzales ncoltr.ft 11. (Rob- Got. Lot 2. C{-I86 7 (3 38 41H Catkins Properties Inc. -. 83.35 z.2n a u I II il - f.r. C. ,. .... UI

Pt. S Z 5 nZ-Ui. DI-77 ems n.rna..do. F. .t 5t,1. u.n Gov. but 1. C4-1&C 17 (3 S8"atklna Properties. "'e.. __ 1.45t ..og.__ :: POI CJ.oIA.: M\1VLAD. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 11.
11. 2 I I Ht-Il'.l GoMae. J. 11. ..._.__-:. :S"UPt. f> Gov. Lot 1. .. : c.. ".:C!!. S. t, & L TNT. M. R. al
7 4 I B5-ZU 1.--. Bernard 1.-. %7.41 C4-1S...._......_ 18 (3 38 68U Watkins Properties boa 117 C_ I .. i : SECTIOl a

WADDELL'S SCBDIVISIOS PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 2SPt. Pt.C4-1K Gov. _Lot .._2._ 18 (3 38 24H Watkins Properties Inc. 53(9 .a ,: : 7:: I ; 15 3 _.._._. __ -.-,__ Alb) rJ". Roger L. .. 1.1.
.. 4 7 VV-UI -..,. Rob.rts, Cleveland ..__._ :'.13 Pt (Go\ Lot. 4.C4IXC = Q.... .', ;-J: 1'artons McKenna K.thryn .. ...- 1.1.

Pc. 10 .. .......u.... is C3 38 17H- Watkins Properties t&c. 35.70 -t::.. .,t-. ...";..!.:.... I: i Poinciana. II.('o-C. Ie Anna 1.3.

n 4 7 A.-54.. IU-S Lanoe. Loeb ......__...._.._ S'.7 2 PLA4TATIOY: KRY OR LO\* ISf A\O. PLAT BOOK .. PAGE 11 Lot Sqr. tl2 t II 23 _. Parsons H. C. &,'''iiina U:

II 4 1 A4-4U Park. c..o. 0. ._._._._ 12.4. Lots 5. 1*. A i-S/l 18 II 3X 11\,! Albury. Geo. W. __ 24.42 23 I 41ndsley. Helen \'\'. ___'I.S' .1 1 SI )1t'llOn.ld. Samuel _...... 1.30

1 11 t i A.-4tI....____ Park Gen O. ..___ 454BLetJ. \\I\ULK\ ICL'! \U. PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE M 6 :3 Turner. J. n. ._...____ I.SO .t I It ..... .. ),1..lOn.ld. Samuel _._..._ I.S'
: .. ALHfltl''S U'BD.ntlO%, BOOK I. P.'GB 30. Pt. Gov. Lot Ii I GZ-Ui.--: ;.. RyaIs. Porter Y. .._____ I.:. .1 :3 SI -- )1..Donald. Samuel 1.le.

4 1 T 824! 1 L__ Archer. G_. F. ____ 4&1WI. 0 1)3-1 .... ..._ ...1..: 23 (3 37 7 Russell Lenoy .....j.j ._... 10.73 3 : .. .. Turner .J.. B. ....__ Johnson, Adolf' ... .. 1.10

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PeanonklcOa4.1 100.34
Pt Lot a, uz-uelZ: C3 37 'V: .
I.' I 7 n-I1' '._n_.___ \'arela. Luba ...__.._..___ :354. I-U Lot i. ":;.571 4: (3 37 :5% Monsalvatge. Merlin 10.34 1) __. .... Kuhl, C. ..... ......_ Johnson, Aid. ... _. 1.3ePIFCREST

PLI'.1l I 7 I Fi-in _..__ 1ludin.. tlun.a II. ....n 1't.. Lot 4. 1)1-221 IIEIGH. ".U' I.ASD. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE la4 POI%ClA A. MAIVWD. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 11.IS .

f and 223 ___ :32 (3 37 Peacock Margarita Valle 23.72 SAV%. SEC. 25. TWP. 54. 34 lRCII. a. 4. & 0. TW'P. M. H. alZ

Pt. Lot 4, D2-31 32 (3 :37 Patten Doris I. __ n." 4 02.252; ....... ..... M.seham, il- :: ...._ 1.20 .01 I SEt"r1A e
Lot Sqr Tr I-U Lot b. D2-4KO 32 (3 37 2H Archer. Charlotte B. 13 44 4 n5% __..._ )I.h.m. K.II..y R. -._- 1.3. ... Ii 1 Fnttz R. II ._..._... I.St
16 I 1. 0.-5'5 Phelan John J. .t.1 7.21 .'4 Lot (, Ba-44; 5 (4 37 Potter, Bern.. S. _, U... 3:1: 4 G5Z _........._ ..... )I..ham. ('h... S.. __ 1.:1.: .1 I It 18 CII.n..n..r. Edi' G. Ire. 131
: I: tit-6os .----- Phelan John J. dal i:1IS :: I''t. 18LAM OF IPPKR MATACCIIBE: 34 4 to-:5 __"'_''._' ;\I..a..h.m.: ('11.,,_ M. ___._.._ I.S' .e1 Ii II Stanton Floyd _.__ I.U
22 (H-SOS Phclas: John J.: etal :::::= : Pty'Jov.<< Iota 1. Sit 15 ....--..-_............_..-_ nlt..hi. F........... A. -.-__ 1.30 ... t ZS 21 Norment: J. R. '.."........__.'_ I.St

I 1. U.-i05 .__ .Phelan John J. .t.1 -...._ 1'1 .. 3, It.-209 .._ ( (4 37 3% Lumle & Saanders1474 '. PO' CI.'%". MA1'I.ttfD. PLAT _00K 1. rAG& 174 .1 I: %5. _.__. MI..norlnl. LuKI 1 .... ......_.___ 1.11
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2. G4-37: 8 (I 37 S Merrick. Kanice 5869Pt I Graham Jesse H. 1.2.
3: I. (11.50 Phelan. John J. eta( 7.27 ./{ '. Lots I. I. 21 1raham. Jesse' H. .... ....... I.S0
I 18 GI-100i Phelan John J. .r.1 7'.1 I I 2. ;, G4-33* .._ ( (4 37 2 a. Ford L, N. 372 '
11< I I' Ol 5C5 _"_ Phelan John J. eta( 7.4 4 .'1. Cor. Lots 1 POIVCtA\A. MAITLAAD.' PLAT BonK I. PAG' n.

IhIb. &lr TI\ 2, :3, (;:s-a..-._. IUS.I.rrl..k.. Eunice ______ 30.71 e I "KI'!!. S. 4. .a .. TW" M. R. 2tss.
a I. I. nS-n \avarre, Mary R 5.4 a It .i a Jt.CTI8" 7
1. I" 11' un ........___ _.._ Navarro Mary H. 5.4- I rov.MS 1. E T s I
h I .. : I 4 (Tarbes 4
Let 2. 3. U2-(20 .:. C C4 37 1;. Lumley &: Saunder >..UI Heerman 5.30t
8qr. 1'1'
2_ Ile.rman, Charles ..___ 1.30
Pt. I 3 11 DS-U Rives. Fr..k 70.31PL I len UTAN KEY sp i : : __ Brown, E4laard G __ 1.30is

2' 2 ll G3.3e-r. -..__..-.- FTlefro. Fraacioo R. 80.36 I' Lot 1. G3-45-2 13 (4 : 84 How arth, Casper _, 35.40 e.. cti Ii _.__ Ua..III..n. I:' S. .__...____ 130
Sub. Lot Sqr, I o
11 1.t. t S IJ )S-SU _.__ P.r... n..nlto 17." ffilRLL IwBY j; t I POI'WIASA. M 4ILAt1). .... tT ROOK I. PAGE 174
I Pt. 1 f' II C3'Sl _._ Parka. (;.0. G. ..-...... i..S' Lot 1. L 3-34! 25 (3 SiC+. Koutte. Onc r M. __ 24.43 E i :: !ilK" !!. SoI.. A .. Tt)55. R1list
PL 3: Pt. I 0 11 CJ-U _....._ Park. G..... G. _.___.__ 10.41 Lot 1. .;:-an 30 (3 :3( (8H Koutte. UWar M. 364 -: ..F1'flw\

Pt. I t't. 1 f 11 YY-U, Glopert. Rnrlque O.tS L0\.. KEY f U 4 FI-U' _._ Grant n. II. ... ........._....._ _ 1.11
4 14. 1 0 11 YY-Z" Glop.ft Enrlque .._ 70.37 Lot 1. Except 7. II __..- Smith (. n. $1.:1': 17 FI-I:' ._.__.._ anal B. If. ........_........_ 1.1'
i Pt. 1 f 11 TY.ZI' Glspert.Enrique ...._ 3..U '' S IS ? smith C. 11.. -- -- 1.:01
R//\\ \' -331. A2- 11 7 _____ Woo4vlll"- IL J. ...... 1.1.
rOo r.. WAtOO' 81'BlJn'UI(0:0. 4.( 6 (S 36 H Fla. Kar.ft ast Hotel Co. ; !a .. __ I'oi.riana Co. F: U: I : : .._ McCrea, Frank :
42 Adams. Emma = ti
Lot Sqr. Tr. It. Lot 1, Except 1 Manning; James E: Ie CatherIne J. _
1 51 _,.._ SlIprf>0000t Cornelia 11. 1.30' 'Z. Riser M5agle 1.30
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C 3 11 3-31 Martinet Ida 35.10PG AZ. I .8 f: .2'i1 ..... 4trar.. Alma B.. ..S.
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456 7 C5 35 39 Fla. East Coast Hotel Co. ,
1.900.76 Z 10 G.-nl ---- 41raee. Alma 1'_ POItiC1AfA. MA11iLAD. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 11.
NEW 11'0\0: IIAII DO R 141615! 2 10 Grape. L. A. ._.._. 1.36'. ".:("!t. So 4. .. R TWP. i0. R. 3t

I.t 1 11 DZ.n CaNness, h.d..11 ._._ 40.40 Lot 2. B2-3CO 10 C7 29 25 Cook Peru A. & Beatrice 75.36LITTLE 4 '0 "ra4'<'. I... A. _.._ I.J'1 i "LA& IIKITlO"!

r. G. ""ATIIO! '!I SLBDl: 'If1Ax.1-200! 5 10 _....__ tirsee. Yallle A. 1.30 I 1 ___.._ :\elaon o..r F. ......_.._..__ 1.3'
PG or 11 FS-1t _.._ Ro... TORCH KRY 6 60 ..-- nra..111.. .. A. I..S' I t FI.UI Stowe. Emma R. ....m___ 1.1.
Angola DIat de J. ... O.tS .
Lot 7. G3-393 2 e" 29 38H Torch Key Farms Inc. 77.3< ..
9 U ._____.. Travis. J. .... 1.1. 7 I' BroWO l1old. A. 1.30
)IOPFATTS. 8IBDIV.10 1 1. Lot 3, 1)3-215 21 (( 29 1 Torch KeY ,Farms Inc. -_ 2,45 10 u _____._._ Travis. J. F. 1.30' 15 3e .-- Stanton C. 'V'. & Co J. I...
Lot Sqr. Tr. I RAMROD KEYPt. I CI Hunt :Jonfea F. 1.30 II 3. .. ..-- Stanton C. W. cI C. J. 1.18
4 i lf A5-100 Saunders. Leon Co __._ 5.U 15 .. Johnson Adolf 1.31 S 1. .-. Putnam, I' M. ._ 1.30
1 O I" 113-S1 _"_'_'_ Fririro Fran..l..o.R. ._...._ :5.4 i 1 Lot 1. C.ii..t.-l'.JH.U' 31( (7(6 29 29 23 1 Shady Henderson.Grove Sarah Farms g Inc...t.1_ 20 245Uut .42SI : 76 :: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::=:: Jolino.n: Axel _. 1.21 14 ;: -- liaehman. : .. ___...,. 1.20:

1 6 It U.U Carey. Leon ..__-.T 12.44 7 a ....000000..00.. ......._.... Folks. C. H. __ 1.28 U 4. FI-It; __ Smith. Thomas B. __ 1.2'
3 I 14' Carey-. Sybil 12.43 :OAR LOtr -- 71 Folks, C. It 1.31 ... r-. .... MrCryalal -- -- 1.30Ilollingohead
S.l--: : z-------- .. Lot 3-U2-4 .t..U'U 2S 52& UJlght C. Irving -_- 1.827 : 76 :=:::::::::.:::=:: J. 11. 1.31 1: :: .. .. ._ rnIfeIana'lm L3/

Lot 5. .'1-" :31 (( 28 73V. Wrl.ht.' C.JrvIDg 147.%. r .
I I IC Vr-1S5 O.to. Thoa. lL SO.3I .
Schoneck, ''Adeline & Rom -
KEY WEST 1\VESTME4T CO. 5aBD.VISI0 r-.. "h-. --_."-- -.'" fl..". ..... ',.'tL... --... ..... ...."_'..'.' I rfi.f+

1 17 AI-Ut II 2it F. F- c.. hotel Ca BOCA CHICA 1 CARDS DIVIDE 3 : -

I i g A3-584 : U F. d t C. Hotel g:: Lot 7. F5-S14 .._. 33 (7 2( 10}.. Powers Joseph' F. 1044 I 5
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A3-5$4 F. } G Hotel Lot 1. F5-5I5 ._. :34 (7 20 sly: Uodine, Susanna H. 2442 ...
A ;
: g Al584584 : 374 :: F G Hotel Co. ----{ Lot 1. D -.:. G4296 _- -,1.1" doo n
A3.51{ 374 == : E. G hotel Co. ..__ 1 (8 25 444 Finder. Haxel I. 64.66KAI4IUW TWIN BILL WITH c: -: >. .! =+
6 11 AS-iII4 6t. 3it F. J::. C. hotel Co. _' 5..13 I :5 y : 2500S .55
5 T 17 GS-U' F. FC.. hotel Co. li.U -B. OF LOT 3. Ktt OF SKKSEC.. 2. TUP. .., R. SLot s- '" 0 e .v. eoa : > 2da
I 7 17 GI-iZl F. t:. Co hotel Co Ii.U NEW YORKERS r. f. C KPL :
7 1 17 GS.U1 "'. E. C. Hotel Co. _..._ 15,42 Sqr.
13 11 E3-120 Hale G"v. Lot 4 r I It 2. 1% Irwlll. H..n 3 1.66
IS I 'J 7 17 17 GS-5:7 AS-U .'. E. C. hotel Co. ._ Ii..U 14 13 E3-120 .::::::::::::=::::::::= Hale: : Geo.Geo.:' B.H. :._h___.____ 1 145:45 I Palm bland GI-tll ___14S: 411 3415074 Mc7ahey. Sarah K. 51.71
II F. E. Co hotel Co. n.n 15 13 J,: -U' ._._....._...._ Hale, Geo. B. _.._. _. I... S. U' Aer.s of NE'4:, 33 00 II U' Mtra..k". J. A. 55.11
7 17 A3-514.: F. 1. C. Hotel Co. 25.43 W% or Wyi of W% GS'. ..__ Z 't It I. Llsdaey. Henrt A.- ._.. 7.41'"
K 13 K3-12 _.._..... _.. ....._. hale Geo. B. ._._ 145 -
Ii 7 17 AS-Ut F. E. C. hotel Co. % ..U 17 13 K3-12* .-..... Hale ST. LOUIS LOSES CHANCE TO w 5a of W% of XW 7. S-UI.: CSII U a4 te Idodsey. U.nrl A. __. 4..1...
II 7 n AI-U4 .'. J::. C. Hotel Co. n.u IS 13 U3-120 -- Geaa13: U W7b of SW'4- _.........._..____ 22 U :It lit f lollsteincarry __ ._______.-_ .. 7.1. ..11PL
If. _.._,,___
I IS 17 CI-5" .__ "Farrar Xerxes __..., ...._ 10.44 1 t Hale Geo. I Fractional IIZI i' U 1"iI '" _., H. C.. ., Aa" 1.45
10 22 D3-295 .___ Leanlch. Alex .._, 1.45 LEAD IN DROPPING: SECOND
0 n n n.'
Roselle .
Mary I.. ____
Fractional n 51
44'4 of N'tt 04-1 II I" Aielrm Mary McDougal T.n
17 >
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U.IS 17 fH-1Z Roselle. Mary' R. 15.13 IS 22 1>:3 295 S% "f N% (11.23: .....__....__ 3C it :II U' Ax.l...... vary' )teDougal 7.41
I II 17 CI..5 Baker Rosalie ),I. __.._ 15.431 I Lea-ich, Alex 1.45 GAME AFTER WINNING 355 Fra..tlo.al __..__.__._ :11: n 32 245 M.Bougat. 'Iolet .... 1'.11

7 U 11 Cl-Ui _.._ Baker Rosalie )I. __ 10.14 ROGER LO".1Mt SIB. BIO PIXR KEY 374 .. _.....?_._._......_.-...._.__._ II &II 33 Its: ),t00.1. Violet ......_ 1+..11I''tt
7 g n mS"--:} : : IClisabeth C. .- 10,44 PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 13. !'I'.... or PT. K<_ or XK t. SRC. 2*. OPENER _. ................._...._.__ :IS $0 II U. :)1..On..al. Violet _....-....- -.. 14.1
rt. C : Fraok W. .. ; 6.45: TU P. a*. .. 2* S'4 "_'___" SI :8 32 U. 11..00ug.l. Violet' ....oo 14.1

1. 11 17 U..U Johnson, Frank IV. -- -- 1 ..17 (1 B5-270 L- - Sterling. E. C. 1.45 Sys O..U ....-_. ....... ...--.__ 17 5' II 220 Azelaen )lazy I'Dougal 14.1
: fVpeelal! t* TOO Cltlsen) 274 GI-I; ___._.__.__ II it II ne .lzelmn Mary 21..Ddngal 14.23
1. PALS 131 NEW YORK. July 24. -By losing All G4-23. 23 __00_._ ._.- 25 it :II 145 Azelaon Mary M'Doa..1 %....
17 2 11 AS-4U I.und Arthur G. PT. LOT 2. -.F.C. _2. TW P. ... R. *-
35.40 j the second of their All 0"1. 25 .__.........__._ Z. 5' ::1% 84. Aselson Mary .I'Do.I.1 27."
11 3 1A5.456 .. Lund Arthur 0. 1.... 3 S F -115 Adam. W. 145 game ( ,
George All fH-U. 15 __..._ S. $9! :22 619 Axel_... Nary .Do.pl 27.1'
1 I 111 A..U' _.._ )IatlhewsrEdWaid A. '41.11 4 33 G2-48 .._... _., _.. _. Thompson Lo-ise. 146 doubleheader with the Giants after 954 of N'4 G..U ...__. .31 50 II 115 Aarlom. Mary MeDou..al 7.41
IS 11 111 11'5-11' Parklll George 0. ...__.... it.1I PALM BIG of 04-S ..... I" II 165 Aselaon Mary' McDougal, T.tI
VILLA. PINK lunPLA.'I! BOOK I. PAGE 84 winning the first the St. Louis sIt Noy
27 I 11 A.-III .........._.._......... Kno..I. Alfred P. e.n 50 ),
U U ICIt _
'DA' R. or 1I..Z1 Ax.lft. Mary td.at 7.41Syj
U > 9tB. OF LOT IIIICC j s "
I 11 A4-41S Cardinal lost their chance lead
Clifford O. to
lurks 15.12
33. TWP .*. .. 3* I or S54 G4-U 'i N II 16. Azeiaon Slary tt'lJoua.1, T.tI
11 I 11 A'-US.. III..k. Clifford G. ._ ii..11II in the National League with New 374 of 874 G'.ZS - 1 5t aa 119. Axel-. Diary Douaal _,_ i.U
I 11 A4-tn (licks Clifford (l. "._ 1'.44 Bntea, Martha B.i Defte, i
Ii 1 It A4-4U Hicks cllrron G. -"'- 15.41 I 6 fl -267. BJ-659 .,.._,_. \I..I. ___._.- __ 1.75i York stills half game ahead.in the

11 I It D.-U_ "....ett. John C. I.... Bath, Martha B.. ft Dukes, j pennant race. Paul Dean was on I- F. H. LADD
U 6 It DI-U Fawcett. John' c. 1'." 7 S B2-2S7. BIU'I. ..._. -Mi .t. ._ _. 1.1$ : .
t 1 20 U of W. C-IS. A.- 14 0 A'Iti "' CMklhs. Lih-R. ... 1.45 the mound for the Crd.ithfirH .. ; ,

302. AS-In Albury lUriam Eat.. 15.72 1 1* U2-41S ......-. .-. ._ Ifnwlne-to*,' Carrfe RT_____ 1.46 game. .;,. ..
5 I 20 8 of 'V C-li_ A5. 24 I* D2-4I6 -.._ _.- --,... Ht>wtn,rtt n. Carrie .K.. __. 1.46Z3 1 .eihthgave tJl : Tax Collator Monroe CountYerze'
I : .. 2U Albury. MIriam Kilt. _____'_ n..n 13 112411 ._... ___......,-. TtaVer. W. F. *-., ..,.,-, ...., 1.45 A two-run rally hi the ,
I 1 :0 AI-2f'.:-... .....::..-- Park Gore 15.43 -23 13 B2-431 ...., .....' Traverm W. FJ +__}. -.- 1.45i the Chicago Cubs i Tto< 4 __ __ -
C f 20 At.aU __ Pinder.i Ralph B. z-U 24 13 H2-4JI ._._. ....-.._ ,_-. Torero, W. F. .::: __.(:>.':: &_..u. WS. decision the .J -.- 4. .. .
I 23: 21 D-US Albury MIriam Hilt .._....... 5...46 5 IS Dt-S74 -- -... -- WIX.D L. Dearborn, R. F. 1.4i over Brooklyn'.Dodg Cbchrane;: Allen; lleshong'and I! ....................1111
1 24 U A4-53 __ ".'_ Adams. J. Roland_ 25.12 listen, Martha B. ft Dukes... ers in the:second game Of .'twi- LEAGUE STANDINGS

I 4i 21 U5-.U.__ Eatwl..tI.V n. ._....._ :'41 22-2* R2- .:. .B3-S59! --t-- UL.. _....... .,. J.':! bill and Lon Warneke his elcrmth\ Jo'ens.. Today In History
1 23 1)1-19. Taylor Isabel _.. I.h
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KEY \\ FOC4UTIOV: n1..0I"10! r
LAT BOOK 1. PAGE 1BC. PLAT %O. 1, 1 ,3* Fl-63* Ajree,. Kmlle K. 1.45 victory of the season, after they! ........................ -
2 3004.441 .... _._. -- _- Ayres P.. J. ._.._ I.U had taken the opener, 8 to 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Lot Sqr. 3 30 Dt.tel ....._... ... ... ._.___._
_.......Ayres.: P. J. _. : 1.15 SCB- Ga.. 1701 Cadillac. French
34 7 G-.l* ... ..... ... .._..._. Tell, Samuel R _.. ...__ 5.4. SILAS Wally Berger led the Boston I soldier Oob- W. L. Pet.
11 11 (I4.:3k' .. ..... ___.. La"". Kulalla Mart, ___ .... ) KOWLKSotS.. BIO P1N"K KRY. PLAT BOOK .. PAGR .I Braves to thir second straight victory At New York R. H. E. founded Detroit. a fort and a
12 II Ii4-3kk: . -4WU- Or $\\ %. *KC.: L3.TWP.MB.L0 New York 51 32 ..14
Ladd, Kttlalla Marl ........_ 6.45 -
ever with his
1 S BI-72 the Cincinnati Reds 7 Detroit 370 permanent settlement
AI 1.ti
Wilma Mae ,
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nK WEST! .ry.
FfU'\U'TIO" ( O "...OIV..O'i Detroit 63 35 .602
1 B1.T2 ._._ __.. 100' 50 soldiers -
PI.4T BOOK 1. .'AGf11.-. PLATO.. :S Alb.ry. Wilma Mae I..U to s. New York 180 and 60
2 0 Bl-72 Alb. Wlima Mae 1." 46 36 .561
13 11 G4-3: *( .. I...... Knlnlla Marl ....._.... 3.44 3 c RI.'., _. __. Albury rr. Wilma Mae 1... Aided by a 14-hit attack on four Batteries Sorrell and Hay- civilians, from Montreal Chicago _._

14 11 GI-38 ._ _..._ Ladd. Rulalla Marl ..___ 344FOIM 22 0 Bl-72 .-_-_.__ Albur). Wilma Mae, 1.li Boston pitcher Ivy Paul Andrews, : Boston -. 45 42 .517

KK .: T >TIO\: "O"'o.! $I.n'VI"IO 23 0 Bl-72 ., Alb.,.,.. Wilma Mae St. Louis Browns' right-hander worth; Gomez, Murphy and Die-
PLAT BOOK 1. p.ua:03. PLAT NO.. t.It 21 C Ul-72 _.. Albuiyv Wilma Mae 1.1$1 1704-Gibraltar taken by Eng Cleveland -.-.42 40 .512

14 HJ-341 .. .... .. ...._. Wardlow' Chsrten II. .... __ lI.n S*Xn-l !""'". BIG PINR KRT. PLA-P BOOK 1. PAGRPT. 0S turned on his former mates and I ker. lish. Philadelphia __ 37 45 .451
GOV. LOT 13. SBC. 23. TWP.*.. R.. I registered 7-2 victory for the
x.:' UF T FOt M *TION < 0'11. l'lll>ll in. 3* a Washington ._ 36 50 .419
PLAT BOOK 1. PGK 17- AND :G-. PL4.T NO. 3 > 2* Fl-JS ., _,.,..._ Sands Nina L. _ t.45VBDivirov visitors over the Red Sox. 1847-Salt Lake City founded _

2 G3-I25 ._..... Knlwif.de, Wm. HM4.HTEILO .... .. .. .. J',14 or GRA--Y KRT. PLAT BOOK n PAGR 11PT. Though held to three hits by Cleveland at Washington post* by Brigham St. Louis -..-... 27 57 .221-
Young and his 140
TO\\ .:R". PI.AT BOOK 1. P'GK 14* "RC!!. 34. 33. 3*. TWP. 4fa. R. 33 ,Vernon Kennedy, s rookie Mack- poned, rain. Doibleheader t*. be odd Mormons.;
2* 1. F6148 __ SterlingDumont 14t

Lot 4 Sqr.i Tr.27 G2-431 .. .. ............ Freeman Mary K. ft \\ m. A li.n 21 I DI... --__._. ._ tterllnAlva C. 2.46 men of 1934. the Athletics defeated played tomorrow. NATIONAL LEAGUE'
14 .4 A4-401 Farrar. Louise Dupont ._ Lob the Chicago Whit. Sox 2't1.0.
KEY WEST LANII Bl" 'FR1 1915 dub W. L. Ptt.
PI.'T BOOK I. PAGE :2 OROVR Excursion steamer ;.
4 1 2 11 Z-tn. ... ......._..._ Johnson Really eO. . 5.U AOBIT10NfTPRR 1... PT. IJ T K. 11ft('WATAritUBR.. 33. TWP. *3.PLAT K. 37 BOOK* PAGE k The Yankees and Tigers split a "Eastland" turned over at. pier in New York ___.._ 54 30 .643
7 I :11 2.427 ...... .. ...... ..._.... ... Johnson Realty 1 0. w45S doubleheader. the New Yorkers NATIONAL LEAGUE.
2 2.427 Johnson 41. TT-lf ..._..._-. _. Pinder.. Jerome B. _______ 3.44 Chicago-4 sa of 852 live*. St. Louis ..____. 54 31 .635
Really ('o. 5.15
44 : : x 1:7 =:::.:-..:: '.::. ::::: Johnaon Rralty: Co. :..:. _..'..'.: 545: 6 l* YY-3C9 -. .... Pladrr.. Jerome B. .._ 3.44 taking the :opener 7 to 5. The Fur Ca-a. Chicago .._.__..... 53 35 .602

it 1 2t' II-tf: _.__... ....,, .:... J.hoasn Realty Co. _.._.__ 645 6 1* YY-3(9 ._... ._ PMder.- Jerome B. X44 score in the second game was S t.
At St. Louis 47
T. R. E. .. ..
13 H. and Mueller Pittsburgh .. 41 .134
1 24 Z-427.. ...... .... ............._ Johnson Realty Ca .........._.._ 545 : 1* YT-3(9 __ Finder, Jeret-e B. _._____ 445 I. ; Johnson, Scbott and -
a 1 :11 Z-4n ................_._._ Johnson Realty Co. __. _. 545 14 1* P--373 .-__._, n........ DodHdEV B. 4.46M4.T4CrVBR New Yerk _.. ..,.. 143 LcmbardL Brooklyn ...-..... 39 46 .459

71 1 21 Z-U1 ..... .... ..............._ Johnson u..ItT eo. _..........._. 545 BRACH VPPRtt MTAQBBBE. PLAT BOOS U, PACK lag The summrries follow: Cincinnati .._ _,._ 39 49 .443
I' 2 20 Z-U1 ._........_....._ .J.n Realty Co. ......_ 6.45. PT. LOT 1. SRC as. TWP. 53. R. n ,AMERICAN LEAGVK St. Louis __ 6 T 3

:: ; :';: 2.427 :::::::::..-.r... : Joba.on Realty:: Co.-::::::::: 5.46! ; 3 1 D3-117 ._, ,. ,. Sweet ar. Willa,.. ft. T.44 At Philadelphia.. K. IT., E. Batteries: armclee, Stoat andDuaing First Ca.. Boston Philadelphia _... ._ 3& Off .429
Z.47 .. .....:'-.. Johaoon Really Co. is ISLAMORABA.1APPB: .%'1'\........ PLAT BOXMO _. PAGE 48PT. At Chicago R. H. E.: __________. 23 65 .261
51 2 2f Z-4Z7 JohnlIOn Ite.lty Cu. 545 Chicago ___ 081 P.
Dean and
III : %9 Z-U7 r." -----or'.,. ..._......._.__ Johnson Realty Ca _._ 6.45 LOT 33. I'IK' 2* TWYV 4S3. R. 3TC Philadelphia! 230 ;. Delancey. Brooklyn ._______ _____ 061

5' 2 21! Z-tn ........................_ Johnson Realty Ca Loa W.240 -.r., ...._.,__ Rover.. C. 1C ---r *.44 ___r Chicago _. -- ..__ 813 1 TODAY'S GAMES
.. :i 29 Z-1t1 --.._.___ JohnlIOn Realty Co. ..__ 545 7 W24 ... ..... Rogers C. M* _..,., ,,. 3.44 Batteries: Jones and Sewell; Batteries
? Z.47 ..... Jn !noon Rralty ( w 545 15 W-247 "._ Con",.. Bluest __________ 445 Marcum and Richards 30a0d Ca-i. : Btbich and Lopez;
; f : ::=: : : :: = t W-Uf .. .._. con.. Henshaw
z.47 ..._ .rJobnoon Realty Cu. : = 5.4: 51 I'RASDALL ErneM. -..---------- 3.44 and O'Dea. AMERICAN LEAGUE
24 3 2. II.U7: _...___.._ Johnson Realty Co. ..__ 1.45 ADAMS SVBD4VIBIONPtATATt\ .!!'l EEl PLAT BOOK 1. At St. Louis R. H. E. Chicago at Philadelphia.
23: I :t 2.417 ...,.++... Johnson Realty Ca. ._ 5.45 PAGE 11*. LOT 3.. SEC. s i LOT Ti. SKC.- *.*3-M At Boston K.. ff. .

27 I 2' Z-4U _.._.-.-+--. Johnson Realty Co. ., _..._ 5.45 0 FI-2 r..._.....__.,, L-n-i,, Sat A. .- u.n St. Louis ......._._._ '7 140 New York 8 10 0 Sc*" Gasnr St. Louis at Boston.
46 3 71 Z-41 ___ Johnson Realty Co. _.__.__ 3.... 34 C-" _. ..... _...,.._.,_ La**, S.saa A, .- .---- s..f 273' !to. LMis .._..> 284 At Chfneo B.: H. E. Detroit at Necr York.
4. I 2 (ro.U1 +....-..... Jek5sow Realtr Co.. .-_.._ :3.44 64 Fl-20 .. ... ,... ... Boaton..r.... 412 2
U I n 7..U7 ....__.._-.._ JohllJloh 1t..II" Co. __.-... 344 -I Land Susan. -T Batteries: Andrews and Hemsley Batteries Snuth mod Dannmg; Brooklyn ....__...._......_ Cleveland at Was-ington.
aU S 10! 70.411 ..___......_ Johnson Realty it 3 II :II-U. _.. -uJehnSun R.aily C... _.._....__ 3.44 STB. or PT. LOT .. *. 4t St r. a(4V it. TWTV: fa ... 1 ;.Osterraneller and R.' FerrelL Davis. Batteries Leonard and NATIONAL

it I 24 7\..:, __._ JoOeonn Realty Ca ............_ 344 3 G4-39C __-___. lleoteatf*.. X JL. -..... .--I. .J : Zach-ry, LEAGUE
26 t 21 70-11 .. ___ JohnIt Realty Ca __.__ :344 THOMP! OV SCH. KEY KotaHMfc< PLAT ...& ... PAW MT.NEV4 T. Taylor; Warneke and Hartnett Piladelphi at ptttabu 1a.
1* 4 It Z.U1 JoknsoD n..It Ca __._ 3.44 or sEK-* MVa* TWP ec.. mn .rant Ca.. O'Dea.. Boston at.Cia 1lutL
31 t U 7.-47. Joanonn Realty Ca : -1 At E.
144 New- R. H. At Cincinnati
n 19 11 E .ln. ._ 5.rttw. JV (C % _. JTork. R. H. E. t Brooklyn .
35 4 21 Z-41 '_ _.__ Johnson Realty Co. ___ 344 -r-K. -_ -. \ -.f"" at Ckkafo.
U 4 21 Z-1U. _.._. .._...__ Johnson Realty Ca ___'_'_ 344 OCKA ACRES. KEY LA!.... P1-I'S' BOEUS ....-.IiIi- Detroit ;_____': 581New Boston .__ 7 15 0 Phfl-delpLJ-at Plu.bul'Kh.pMt- I New .York at St: Lomb
44 t 29 9...427 __ 'Jobn.on. It..aUy Co. _._._. 344 LOTS) SO. 34 a. __ 10.,......105......- :T *:-,-".:. r... ._... 1 ,9. 08sftkrkn Cincinnati .... 6 14 0Battuiu pond rain. Doubleheader to b* .
U 4 U Z-481.- JohueoB. Realty Co. 1.... 1* F1-I05 lu .
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.............................ee..eS..eaeee....C is expected that there will be an I .......................-

I I. unusually large crowd in attendance -] : BERMUDA BAKERY
IJYlm\: SOCIETY as many reservations have MENTION.e..e..e.e. ; CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN l

H .,,.-.OY CORALIE :-: : : ; affair.A already. been made for this novel I. .......... I! DOWNS BEER UNIT

..BrltO,1I1..,...... U. .om lAw./ .Moon man kea.k. to come back to England" and get on ................ ............................ prize made of solid cold' will I A. B. Cleare Sr., who was,
......, eI..... Nat tkat K** Moor with my Job. That's aILALL be awarded, it is stated. Del's spending' a few days in Miami with IN SOFTBALL TILT
ht returned.aka mutt keep -It 'i. Entertain With I .......................
prer.f t iii" married ftlm .e !" she echoed.-It tells m. Birthday Party Habana-Madrid\ Orchestra will relatives, returned yesterday. ,
tag A may AoJd ktaoe rook Mark furnish music for the affair.
JlB rv-/or vftom at. alas _t&. ." But she did not seem Yesterday For Buddie Banks Eugene Slais, who was in Mi I
X** u to their Hal wfce a womaif .
e..ce'". lib i* Wanda Steel. to mind or to be particularly interested :. Junior Club I emi for a while on business, returned -i, LIGHTHOUSE TEAM WON BY BEAUTIFUL PIANO. Practically
0114 .i. ...in. (a recalo dlatarbtags.uore. In what he had dona during -- the
I East
Coast i
( Max.e I 1 7esi, FORFEIT FROM ADMINISTRATION new. Trade foood used car
those months It was so plain that ?Ir. and Mrs. W. ,C. Banks of I yer, Lovonda Sawyer Maude\ Plans Dance I terday. i1Irs. | or will sell reasonable. Apt. K,

all she cared about was that she had White street, entertained yesterday Rose Brady, Betty Ray Brady PLAYERS IN OPENi .\ Trevo &: Morris jly23-3tx
Chapter 13 found him again. afternoon at Bayview Park Ray Elwood. Jr.. Antonica Smith Junior Woman's Club will sponsor Rosalind Palmer returned
PAST HISTORY How is your husband he asked. from 5 to 7 o'clock eelebration I Mary Francis Smith. Bert El- a dance on August 7 at lIa-ion I' the morning train yesterday I i i ING GAME OF TWIN BILL I ROOMS

.. Dead." of the fourth birthday anniversaryof wood, Sylvia Trujillo John E. Lana-Madrid Club. The committee -i from a short visit in Miami. !i i
n sx. how badly you treated "Oh. 1 am sorry!" their son Buddie. I Castro. in chare of arrangements are{i, J JI
** I'm Rev. J. J. O'Brien, S. J. of New I [ "TilE MUNRORooms $3.00
met" Wanda Steele's You needn't be. not. ,
More than 50 of .Baddy's little I Dorothy Smith Helen Finder making elaborate plans for thisafair Orleans arrived I The Lighthouse team won i.itsj I! 2.50 and $3.00 week.
dark eyes reproached hlm'lhro: He looked at her with something on the Havana' per
$ at
friends joined with him to make Agnes Finder Katherine Knowles, and anticipate a large game from the Administration Double
the happiness of seeing him again. like fear In his eyes. tendance. I j Special yesterday and is a guest I II I by I' and Single. 128 N. E.
the afternoon merry with games Jerry Albury, Dora Martinet, |"I of Rev W. M. forfeit in the third of the 4th Street. Miami Fla.
How could you do It J Going off like "Don't be a hJ' ocrfte.- she said. Del's Ha'-cna-lladnd\ Orchestrawill Reagan and Rev. !'i: inning
that without a word! Leaving me In You know Quite well Ferdy and 1 and other forms of, amusement. Norma !Martinez Vincent Molina, furnish music for the event. A. L. Maureau at the rectory of opening game of the doubleheader tiI. Ju 26-1mox

that tearful anxiety, not knowing were nothing to each other.. For Prizes were awarded to John Cos-I Jr.. Juan Borges Isabelle Avila St. Mary's Star of the Sea church. ., played by the Social ..
whether yon were alive or dead! years we had been only good friend tar and Carmen Avila, who were Carmen Avila, Mitchell Appel-: I League FOR RENT

After all 1 bad done for you! It was -long before you came Into my life. declared winners in the games. youth Giovanna Romaguera. Joa-I LEGALS I Mrs. W. W. White and children :!! last night. In the nightcap the I I

cruel-It was Inhuman. loner got Ferdy had his compensations. like At the conclusion of the games I quin Romaguera. Sylvia Torres, I I, were arrivals yesterday over the i'i i: Bermuda Bakery defeated S, 11'1! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

over It. Nothing mattered to me anymore all men. I had none 1 wasn't that and contests the children and and Robert Parks. NOTICE\OTICF 0..s !If%!:' TKir4 'S"GIVEN.that IK11KUKBY Eat Coast to join Mr. White who I I I I Beer club 5 to 4. j I Hour Day or Week. Repair

after yon had gone. Eight I older guests enjoyed'delicious ice : Mesdames Millard\ Joh'15<'I'I, under and by virtue of and is section master of the Florida'' The Lighthouse team was leading all makes and paint them with
months ago. Rex. and 1 thought of cream cakes and candy. I Solomon. J, Gordon Adcock. II. J'I pursuant to that certain decree East Coast at Key West i !II Nu-EnameL We carry a fall
I 24 when
to 8 the
I made and entered on the 11th day Administration -
day!" Guests were: Billie Albury, Must. W. C. Banks. Edmpn Saw I
you every r I of July, A. D. U3.... by the Honor supply of parts. Agent for the
"How did yon find me?" he asked Russell Albury. Kenneth Curry.I II yer. Ray Elwood. Lee Thampiwn able' Jefferson B. Browne, Judge of L. P. Artman. publisher of The!|! players forfeited the game 9 1[ Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

la a dull voice. / Kenneth Albury. Alger PeaeonRusscJI I I Leslie Perez Harry Perez; R. Cj Ithe l Judicial Circuit Circuit Court of of Monroe the Twentieth County,I Citizen, and son, Norman who to 0. Tynes!, who started for the And sell them as low as $5.00

"T: .e Just come to London from Charles Russell, Ruth Skelton. Reginald Albury, Bery!, Florida in Chancery, In that certain were spending: a vacation in north-I:[i Administration club was wild. Aided -!I down and $1.00 per week. We

Italy. I've been traveling for the I Skelton, Evelyn Skelton. R. C. i Curry. Edgar Pangle Everett Al' Thelma cause Moore therein Thompson pending joined; wherein by ern points and went as far as Canada by costly errors on the part of Buy and Sell all makes of used

last six months. And 1 saw In the Skelton Elsie Lee Thompson, I bury, Maurice Cruz Alger Russell her husband and next friend God returned o'.cr the East Coast(I Tynes' teammates the Beacon Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

paper this morning that Mark Al Maurice Cruz. Jr.. Jackie Costar Mario Avila. Eugene Martinez -]I frey Thompson are complainants yesterday. :: boys shoved across! eight runs in I Stowers company. bib Duval

berry bad given you a luncheon,that Beatrice Demeritt, Albert Ad- Vincent Molina.\ Joaquin i unknown:,: and John liogart wife, if and married- Bogart Joseph his {i I I the first inning: and four more in street. jly9

yon were back and were planning a cock. Tony Trujillo. Charles I Romaguera. Rose Trujillo and' V. Albury M. E. Mondul and Gco.Vwlx ; W. R, Powell of the Phenol i I the i second before Roberta replac-I

new eight 1 rang up the Albery Sanchez. Nellie Trujillo. Herman Kemp having\ !and or all claiming unknown an interest claimants in Chemical company who was on aj 1 I ed Tynes on the mound. I FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES:

offices and they gave me your ad wr Manuel Perez. Joyce Parks. Misses Fannie Mbe Johnson end, and to the land hereinafter described Lrsiness visit here and conferred I,,: third the fireworks started in

dress. Rex why do you look at mea Millard. Solomon. Arthur Hol- Mabel Perez. Harry Perez. H. L. ,Special are defendant Master ,Chancery the undersigned -, with A/'C. Turner, sanitary engineer i-!I I earnest and 12 runs had crossed, ; POSITION OPEN-Married or

strangely Aren't yon glad to see lerick George Moss Roy John- Muse Ray Elwoud and W. C. appointed by said decree; wilt tit* of the WPA left yesterday!I the plate before the Lighthouse' Single Women, showing stunning '

me? Have you forgotten .everything t d son, Clyde Johnson, Clyde SawSnrprict Banks fer for sale' at public outcry-to t thehighest ,afternoon for Miami. I ji i. club was retired in that inning.tJ: new Autumn dresses. $15
r l' bidder for cash, before the Ir. j
------ .t: .__.. ._____ I front door of the County CourtHouse I I Walker who pitched forf-Ber-, ;I weekly and your own dresses
He was looking at her strangely, ,'l a I In Key West. Monroe County. <;r.i ')fr. and Mrs. J. M. Newton and I' muda Bakery in the l'econd1tme.; : free. No canvassing. Experience .

at the woman who with her husband Party Melody Hour On I j[ of. September Florida on A.Monday-the D. 1535: (same Sod day being daughter left yesterday afternoon allowed four hits but four wild I unnecessary! Send aile.I .

had rescued him In their yacht I a rule day, of said co.nrt.and a for West Palm Beach after a visit'' pitches uncorked by him cost the i Fashion Frocks Dept. T-2214.
when be bad crashed In those lonely For SmithsRev. Thursday Night \i i legal sales day) during the legal club the J. Garcia with Cincinnati, Ohio. jly24ltxPALACE
of two in West.
days Key i game.
wastes of the Pacific, who had taken [ hours of sale, to-wit, between;?-!!* I I I
<:o'clock in the forenoon and Z o'clock''>I -> | : three safeties out of four trips to I I
him to their home in California, L. ?L Smith pastor of Ley Thursday night at 8 o'clock the:!'In the afternoon of said day; the Theodore Knowles left yesterday .' the plate was the hitting star of
looked after him. nursed him devotedly eighth Key West Melody Hour'' follow Ing described property to I
: t tI
Memorial Church Mrs. Smith and satisfy said decree by payment of afternoon for Miami to joint[ the game.
while be lay unconscious will be presented in the Colonial the amounts therein specified: iOn today: Score innings R. II. E.
I his Eon, Chester who will by :
children w'ere I I I Wallace in
comforted him when be awoke blind. delightfully sur- Hotel under the direction of Commodore -!i: the Island of Key West j I '
removal' 111 101 0 5 4 1
for Bakery -
undergo an operation
I in Monroe County, Florida, and J THE NUT FARM
They bad done for him all that l'u prised last evening when they Mietk-Liuba\ H. D. 'II 1 I
lr von 2-4 9 5
I I I known on a map of said Island of the tonsils. I IM. S. B. Beer 200 000 Norman
human beings could do. They bad were visited by about 60 membersof W. I delineated by Win. A. 'VbiteI I I Summary: Errors: Lewis 2. J. I Foster-Evalyn Knappin
kept his rescue a secret as he had I head in February, 1829. as partof Ladies Cra.. ExciUaacat
Classical and melodious music \ W. Easley. bridge engineer
the congregation and friends.As tract IS. but now better I j I Garcia, L. Castro and Nunez; two Matiaeet ..
teem 15-2Sc
asked to. They had treated will be featured. Among the known as Lot 23. Square 1. ,' at Key West left yesterday after-j i base hit: G. Acevedo; stolen bases: .0N .
him as an honored guest; they had Mrs. Smith expressed it to compositions will be "Grand Polka Tract 18, according to Gt.9' W. I i f'noon for Islamorada for a con-, Gonzalez; Valdez Barcelo Nunez I I
Nicholas subdivision of said
Indulged every reasonable whim of r AII The Citizen it was a regular old de Concert", more selections from tract ls. recorded in Plat Honk S 1 i| ference with B. M.\ Duncan and A. Castro Cerezo, Ibarmea. Garcia -

his broken body and his darkened time 'pounding"; The visitors all the opera "II Trovatore", "Golden 1, page 42. of Monroe County his technical staff. j and Lewis; struck out: by KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Florida Records. Commencingat i
out. They had lapped him In the
brought gifts of comestibles of all Melodies From Old Vienna", and I a point on Seminary :Street. I I' i 1 Walker 5, by; Roberts 9; bases on HOTELIn
greatest luxury and paid enormous Everett Russell: of the
distant from the corner of
II kinds and those who the renowned "Mbonlight\ So. f 1 i: balls: off Walker 6, off Roberts
sums to the greatest specialists In were pro-:I t tI Frances Street 124 feet & finches Standard Oil company interests in ,
the hope of restoring his sight.AT vided with edibles brought silver nata" in C Sharp Minor. < and running thence Key'"est. returned yesterdayfrom 2 wild pitches: Walker 4, Rob- the Center of the Bushiest
informal along Seminary Street in a N.
The Melody Hour is an erts 3.
offerings.The Fly 1 direction 44 feet 5 inches: a business visit to Miami.\ and Theater District
last be bad been cured and I affair. -' I thence at right angles in a S. I II
most enjoyable evening -. I, Ely direction 92 feet, C inches;
only I a month afterwards be bad MONROE THEATERGeorge First ,Clan-Fireproof-
j I" thence at right angles In a S.
lipped out of their gates during the since their arrival was fpent by Dance Tonight At Wly direction 44 fret. I 5 inches; I Raft-Claire Dodd in 101 254 S.fsS1>U Rates
night because be knew they would the Smith family and their I I thence at right angles I In a N. ,
Wly direction 92 feet, C incheso :. THE GLASS KEY
friends what added the HabanaMadrid"GoldRush" I
not let him go in the way he wanted t'' j I and to en-, the place of n fLoXE.I i I Bette, Davis in COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
to. and because be knew he could joyment was an entertaining program \\M., 1L ? 1 1BILIOUSNESS
/ vocal musical Dance will take I Special; Master in Chancery. THE C1RL FROM 10TH AVE .,
never thank them for what they had of and numbers I Carat Elevate.
done. / and readings whichi had been I place at Habana-Madrid Club tonight RAYMOND Solicitor for R. LORD.Complainants. ', Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I' Popular Pri a*

And because this woman had told I prearranged by the visiting group._ starting at 10 o'clock. It. JD24-31; aug7-14-21 IS-20ci Nights 15-25.

him that she loved him and that f fII .-..- --

without him her life would not be II
I II Ia S .
worth living
t 9 1 .
Of course he realized afterwards

that be had been a little crazy. His

brain must have been unhinged by
the Joy of regaining his sight."I ,

can only think must have .
you ... .
been mad. the woman said. -- :, :
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1 was. he answered. -What 1

did was unforgivable. There is nothing ,
worse than Ingratitude. x 4j 11 I t. Up

"It doesn't matter now that I've I II
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found yon again she said. She was I ? lO..h
.... .
holding his bands standing very
What I did was unforgiveable..
close to him looking passionately, 7r

exultantly Into his eyes. kind. 1 couldn't take up, with Just

She was not beautiful. Her features any man because he was a man."

were too large. Out she was at "I am sorry," Rex Moore repeated.Ills .

tractive with her eager wide red long angry mouth was hard. In

lips her long pale golden face pow.' his face was nothing that she looked

dered with freckles framed In the for. _
thick platinum hair with thickly "Sorry because I am freer* the

painted lashes. woman asked. Her voice i bad

And she was supremely elegant. dropped; there was no drawl In It.

Her severe tailor-made costume her but a breathless question.

little grey turban with a single large Rex looked at her with his wintry -
pearln It. her discreet but costly eyes. -.- ...L l I .'." '" I It
onyx and diamond bangles the gre; "I should have liked to thank 1'' >; :i: -( .: .e '
him." he said dully. x. : "
moire pocbette. with the tiny die 'ft ,' .. -w-- :
: Ton have forgotten meT Ton : 1Vrt9l-
mpnd Initials; all was perfect. The I '
Impeccable. combination of wealth I have"Often.never" thought tDon't of me at allr '.', I Vi" "\) ,'h r. : ,(::.

and taste. ,
: ..
," W. .
Rex Moore's face was grim as he play with me! You know ,I' ,, t F. .S'

.disengaged his hands and put .be what we said to each other before : _., "I'I&!' k.oM.1 Hila,,, .
armchair. you ran like coward. 1 I ,.""'" I.w
gently Into an away a un f. :t" U ....ttl"-' Itl).. 1a.- ...
Her filled with derstand. Res. yon ran away because .. l II"I
eyes reproach I V ,,'It ;t JIr..! he- ..
again. of me. You were afraid of me.' ,. '., -.Iit.), :'. .
You didn't want to be ungrateful to ,::
"Rex. hardly knew you! Tell m e -
Ferdy. You knew 1 loved
about it. What did yon do it for1Wh f, you-yon :

did you never send word?" knew It. You.must have known It all ,.' '-" . ', ,:';" -
the tine you were with Butt j .
us. I I
-I knew that 1 could never than
Ferdy was alive. Now he'd deadthere' i X.
you he answered And I conldn "
nothing between "
go on living on your kindness and ns.
"When did he die?" :
your husband's g e n e r 0.1 11 y. m
Two months after left H yr
afraid I can't find words to explain. yon ns. ra
fell off his horse and It rolled overk
But I had to get on my own fee t
him. I think he was drunk. But.Rex .
again 1 went to New York. It
ylet's talk about ourselves. Ton'v ...t.:
me two months to work my wa .
had a shock. But you must
ae.there' a an. !
there. And I picked up a living I n #
nothing between us now."
one way and another. ,And then I 1
CopyH;". PIS. Coralit Stanton
oppose my mind got well againlike .

my body had done and I wanted Wanda tomorrow get a (.hock.I r- t%

-- I of tonight's :game to the Busy i iI Tile testimonials heari
i I Bees, however will necessitate I, ; ,
GAMETONIGHTLOPEZ playing all five games. In that' i: ; '

t event the final game: will be play-' mean a lot more, .: ,

ed Monday night. The Bakers 1 .
II i? "
have won one game. j2
Batteries for tonight's softball ,
MEET AT BAYVIEW treat will be Ah Ah Lunn on the ; .a When you hear-friends telling

mound and Ingraham behind the

PARK plate for the Embalmers with j r friends that they like Chesterfields

Tyne hurling and ?I. Acevedo Tea

The two crack diamondbal I I catching for the Bakers. I }/ because they are milder-or becausethere's

teams of Key West will, ) meet i ir I Subscribe to The .
citizens I something different about the
the fourth game of the five-gam!I '

playoff series tonight; at Bayview; BumsteadsWoimSynipBMi $ p 1 :. t '> taste that appeals to them '

Park. The Lo ez.nusy Bee fraca!!

is scheduled to start at 8 o'clock. .........4.1oIJ.__or.... ...-.Wr .n srrr'rhos IT M-VtR I : 'L < .

With two games already won, PAl..t._ .( SANTONIN' MmrrttT, n nmtmtm Md*r..rw-fall d..a :" .- .,., .. t that < a-lot
the outfit has a possibility fc ..J ixlr *...n- ..... haM .TerjrwlMir : means more
Lopez r .
..r Mil. SC. Mil "- -
a 1 :..' : \ J ::-.
pf closing the aerie:;} tonight. Losi I KM. C. A. Ivrrbtm. M. o. Tkaaddakla. 1531iJniztr: t Mme Toaktxo eo. -- :,."__ .' '-',_..,' -- -

.its,: rr '