The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00079
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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 30, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00079
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Associated- Service.Press Day Wire Che: 1& Key West Florida, has the

Wt CttBeti<

For Best 65 Interests Yean Devoted of Key to West the C! t t most country equable; with weather an average in the

range of 001714. Fahrenheit


Farley ,May Quit Postoffice !I JUNIOR PATROL I IMPROVEMENTS AT LOCAL NAVY YARD Take Power When Laval Falls' Leader


OPen ; \ HERE FORTY I MEN; WILL START WORK SOON I Nationalistic Unit Tells War Heroes

As No. 1 Roosevelt; Booster I -_ -- ,_.

1 AGGREGATION ARRIVED TODAY Within the next few days a repair and renovation pro. -

_- ON NOON TRAIN FROM tram will be started at the naVal station, under the ...pel'.i.io. I FOUR STREET COLORED MAN French Veterans Winning

Claimed He Will Wind r LOCAL SCENES of Lieutenant Wm. Klaus, U. S. N.. communication
officer: ia charge.
Up.Administration Of I TO BE USED INADVERTISEMENTS DRILLS WERE PUT ON The project Lieutenant Klaus told The Citiiai, will Shown To Number Over

Department Upon His I involve an expenditure of'approximately $%3,000 and will AJOtN: OVER BY MIAMI CON.C ENGAGED IN WORK OF

Members of Key West's crack : five employment to an average of 40 men daring the periodof 300,000 MenBy
Return From VacationBy junior patrol drill teams returned the work.
to Key West this noon,after receiving Employe will be selected from those now\ on the relief
the plaudits of Miamiansat roll of the FERA. The wage will be the came a. those tU,. A.lat ...._.

(Chirr .r Bureau.BYRON. The PRICE AssociatedPrvum BE USED BY F. E. C. IN the celebration last night of I' stipulated in the Washington program except, said Lieutenant Four of the five passenger T. Roll, colored employe th PARIS, July 30.-Lt. CoLe
..... ... on
"' ) their thirty-ninth birthday anni. busses
Klaus which
To all ADVERTISING CASE MA. in the case of workmen] showing greater skill and were purchased by relief rolls, was painfully injured i Francois de la Rocque and bis
and ,
parpo.e. versary. city council from the Key West
Washington. appear. to have seen RINA COMING SEASON The patrol members 80 strong, knowledge, who will be paid an adequate wage. ; Electric company in May 1933, yesterday while cutting! down a 320.00O men of the nationalistic

the last of Postmaster General were greeted fit the station by The program is expected to run over a period of four have been sold to Auto Parts company fig tree in the rear of the build-
Farl. i the Amercian Legion Drum and months, possibly more. of Miami. nig which was once the Jefferson de Ffu movement s are wait

Six water color subjects depicting Bugle Corps which led the drill This action was taken last nightat Hotel.. ing to take charge of France if
When lie
returns from his long scones of the Casa Marina teem down Caroline and Duval -" --- -- a special meeting of the coun-' Roll was using/ an ax which

vacation trip, in early f.U" he isexpected I streets in a noon-day parade. | cil called for the purpose of act bounced from the tree trunk and and when Premier Pierre Laval's

( to wind op speedily his j I I hotel and surroundings are Dressed in natty white uniforms, HEIR ;:OF,'YOUNG'ASTORFNhRECEIVEHERIMuEh'MEATJUSIC'MILLIONS' \ ; ing on a proposition made two inflicted a severe cut on his right cabinet eventually falls.

administration of the postof licedepartment '! to be used by the Florida East full leg length and with stiff col- weeks ago by B. Serkin, representing I foot which severed several of the

Coast Railway Company in advertising lars keeping their chins in the air > the Miami company. sinews and caused him great suf The Croia de Fe. are world
drop his double role, :
'I the hotel for the com- the Junior Patrol drew frequent 1 At that time Mr. Serkin looked I I.I fering.
and become simply Chairman. F.r-J comment from 'Key Western who over the vehicles and made an of-:; He was taken in one of the war veterans who won decora
ing winter season. -----.-
ley of the Democratic national happened to be along the streets fer of Cabrera Wholesale
I $40 each for four of the I'I company
Artists are now preparing the) (By Assert tatty I PrtM) I I in battle. Hence their name,
this trucks driven by Earl to
busses. Higgs.
committee.Of noon. At the meeting of coun-r'
there will be certain pictures which, as soon as com'j I Those returning from Miami today NEW By CHARLES NORMAN garet Armstrong, daughter 'of: cil last night the offer was accepted -i i the Marine hospital where his injuries "Crosses of Fire." There are two
course YORK, July 30.--Me.t General John
j I plated will be sent to the New said the patrol "stole the and Alida Livingston -], and Clerk Wallace Pinder were given attention.

ceremonies.ter probably will A White praise House the let-(I York office of the railway to be show" there and was one of the ... music and millions. Armstrong. 1 I instructed to advise Mr. Serkin. I|'I supplementary groups, the active
services William died
outstanding parts of the program November 24, The remaining bus, it said "
of the outgoing cabinet officer -I,' placed at advantageous points in staged in Bayview Park last night That is ,the story of the Astor 1875, on thq site of the old Wal this is to be sold was Ar- ';: BUSH LEAVES "n.tio..1 volunteers. who .er.
and reaffirm tllte President's i!i the discretion of the company. dorf-Astoria hotel I* thur. I
34th Street
when Miamians saw a gala spectacle ] age about 30 years of age, and
confidence in I him. A statementalready ]I Arrangements for this displayof commemorating 39 years of fortune reduqed to its simplest 1 and Fifth Avenue, where the Enijpire -!' Legion Kt'yVest., for the cum!,1: ENROUTEHOME i "
the "national madeup
art the Casa Marina j l regroapment
is planned by the New! depicting term* -the historic backgroundinto 1 State building now stands. of $l. I
Deal publicity men. As now projected -!{! were perfected by M. E. Gilfond, life.Capt.. A. H. Sheppard directed I I William Was YachtsmanWilliam's I 1 1 of sqmWthisars.Whether .
it will tlecl.rat the Farley i i local administrator, while in ,NewI the patrol through its maneuversat which the expected child and i i
administration I I York last week. fifth child, a con, also they plan a La Kocque
postal one of the I last night's celebration. II. ARCADIA EDITOR Edgar Bush who was visiting
: heir of John Jacob Astor III and called William, born believe
The was July I as many ,
greatest ever from the standpointof I administrator said that arrangements Stewart Leonard, director of public here with his father, Henry Bush,
12, 1830. '
oconomy, efficiency, and progressive I had also been per 1 1I I relations with the Key West his wife, the. former Ellen Tuck This William PAID HERE and brother-in-law and sister I their chief carefully refrains from
who married Caroline VISIT saying. He has however
effort. fected for a ne* series of scenes I'Administration accompanied the Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Fulford. left"
I of Key West to be used French, will be born. The Asters Schermerhorn of an old of "taking power" and '"sending!
A'fter all of that-is over Wash on Iostl,patrol members to Mimi and made Dutch this morning over the Oversea
ington to deal! cards. family, and who died in Highway for his home in Milwaukee \ rotten parliamentarian on vacation
expects see a great j arrangements for their well being -
I were married in June 1934. Penis in 1892, was a noted yachts- for certain time.
of Chairman Farley. As managerof j.i i There will be 12 reproductionsof [I while there. The group stayed at I Nate E. Reese editor and publisher 'Wisconsin. a
the Roosevelt reelection cam!, scenes in water colors, one of! the El;1 Commodore hotel The story begins in Waldorf, i in his man. One of the finest yachts of of The Arcadian weekly This was Mr. Bush's first visit I Hints Change In November

paign, he probably will be in and "which is from the brush of the The patrol left here Sunday aft the Duchy of Baden Germany,J Nour day., ahal which. named he owned of the was the I, newspaper of ircsdia. Fla. was a to his home town in 21 years. r '-, La Rocque denies he is against

out of the) White as 'often as be] famous artist Edward Bruce, who ernoon in a special coach attachedto with Jacob Astor butcher. in the yacht I visitor in Key Wesb yesterday and parliaments as such, but he ia

fore. I I was in Key West for several the Havana Special and returned His sons refused to follow ia j 1 j now Astor. board possession which of President Vincent i a welcomed caller: at The Citizen. MONEY HID IN BOOK critical of the present; parliament

In the past it has been a wide months list season. I the same way today. their father's footsteps. One :of i Roosevelt on U r Mr. Reese was accompanied by and the government. He indicates -
ly-believed fiction ,that Presidents I I I Also there will be sixreproducItions Personnel of the group and the them, John Jacob Astor almost William a frequent guet.! Mrs. Ree=e .They were making CHICAGO.--Mrst Walter Rowe that a change may be i-v
had five children four
Itfavereelection, efforts largely inj l!: of etchings by I local administration directors and supervisors are as 2'}, arrived in America in March of them daughters. i their first visit to Key West: and of this city ga-e: away a book hi petted in November.
_ h "_ the hands of _their, friends, .Ae-'I artists. These with the follows: 1784. His stock,.in tradel consisted John'Jacob Aator.ll_ bora son was i thoroughly enjoyed- the trip, they i which her. husoand had hidden Roc.y :
tually/ behind the scene"*; m stl ijT j' waleV"color picturesVnd' lhe Helped"V/Caplain Arthur H. of seven German flutes. 13. 1864 who went down the :said. $750. '- I -"**" '
Presidents do much of the cam-!six which were used last year, Sheppard, five supervisors in addition Left Large Fortune Titantie. John Jacob married I -- ---- I pedimt_in the face of a treasury

palgn managing themselves. Mr.)I will make 25 beautiful scenes of I made the trip to Miami Even after he had sucaessfully twice-to Miss Ava L.was Willing of I deficit."

Roosevelt hardly is expected to.bej i I,still life in Key West. I as lieutenants. These included -I established' himself in the lucre Philadelphia, to whom Vincent "It is evident the Laval ministry

an exception to that practice. j I" Victor Larsen Edith Rus- tive fur trade of the new nation, Astor was born November 15, rECONOMIC I HIGHLIGHTSHappenings I brings us the last, or !the nitto

Lobbying No Surprise I j KILLS EAGLE AT i I sell, Douglas McCarthy Harriet his sign told the world that he 1891. and to Miss Madeleine Force'on the last, trial of a system already

Investigation 'of lobbying has ,Johnson and Moreno Wallace. sold "Furs and Pianos," showinga September 9, 1911, to whom doomed" he adds.

become a perennial chore of con-{ First sergeants making the continued interest in musical instruments. the present John Jacob Astor was' ; France's unbalanced budge,

Kress. Every few years this ub-| AIRWAYSJTATIONBELIEVED trip were Roberta Peterson and : born August 14, 1912, after his That Affect the Dinner" Pails, Dividend with a deficit' o;; at leak 11.000Off.OOO ,-

jed receives a general renovationat George Del Pino. Other sergeants When he died in 1848. he left a father's death. Checks and Tax Bills of Every* Individual; National : 4frincluding' adcs' ($728.000,000). -
i i'I
hands were Virginia Key Florence Smith, fortune of the railroad deficit
of some committee. I 320000000. The elder John Jacob Astor's : I-
Invariably the investigators ex-' BIRD WAS AFTER 1 1I Lilla Gomez, Dorothy Gomez,, John Jacob Astor married I I fortune estimated at around $90 and International Problems" Insep- ", the rock on which LA Itocqud!

press great shock and surprise at'I ilathew! Zocal Donald Barber,I I ;Sarah Todd: 000,00083 left largely to his arable From Local Welfare thinks the Laval 1 ,'government- will

what conies, out. As a matter of LITTER OF PUPPIES Thurman Sands, and Arsenioj His son William married Mar- eon.BUND .. be wrecked.

fact, most of it is either well I I Betancourt. _, j i- I IV* Following Expands
AT RESERVATIONA Price levels are something in by the success achieved in enforcing -I
Members the
of follow
known or strongly suspected in squads jj .
: I. The treasury's needs be
advance.It I Marjorie Russell corporal;1]; which every industry has a com-J crude pro-ration. I may
HUSBANDS HAPPY WIVES ( covered "until November by short-
is true that a few new tricksof I Betty Rae Russell, Florence Dil-, mon interest along with every}: Petroleum Products-Prices willi I term measures and rut,.,
the trade J magnificent specimen of the Ion, Margaret Taylor Mahalaj\ consumer, private or commercial hold firm I economy
usually are un- I during summer with a which will be both unpopular an.1!

wide covered but and by devious and large the(! America golden eagle, was shot natural and to killed North this|:'J Russell Etheridge., Erma Lilla Frow.Ann Gomez Ruth FORM MODEL YUGOSLAV VILLAGE Secondary reason for the establishment -!: moderate rise in rail I I without lasting ,.gains," he dc-

scope methods of the NRAprimaryreason !{ Dairy and Ponltry : i clares. "Then the anguishing an.1 I
morning R. M. Graham
of lobbying in Washington are as' by in )Margaret White corporal; Una Prdou'ts-I inevitable
easy to see as the Washington\ charge of the airways radio station -I I May Brady, Ida Fay Curry. Alice' (BF A..e Ltea Pr ..) was wage and working re- Butter advance forecast. Milk\ i;! arise." problem will again

monument. 1 j at the head of tae island. Sardinas, Sylvia Dillon Florence By ALVIN STEINKOPF .Thirty needed qniremenis-was to peg and stabilize -,.: prices will be lower than usual:'
womenvere and The Croix de Feu, whose T>timbers
There' is no secret whatever' The bird has been perching on Sweeting Elia Blanco, Edith BELGRADE July ,,30.-It is'i\X60 responded. : prices thus assuring businessa next winter due to lower priced'I II 'I have miebffly under!
one of the radio towers for the i iI I grown
about the fact that hundreds of: Singleton. I t Doctor Pairs 'Em Off profit. NRA zeplots, when-the feeds. !I I the forceful personality of La

corporations private firms, trade' Citizen past week.there Mr.was Graham a littler told of"pup-The Celina Betancourt, corporal;, said of the ;interesting J village of J|r "I* wag surprised by the good bureau was thrown into the I J I, Toilet Preparations es will!I I I Rocque since police fired on thfmire

associations, and societies of vari I Onaida Gonzalez Georgiana Vetrenik near;here, that all its look of the:'girls." Dr. Ramada-I legislative ash-can by the Supreme I hold firm. Raw material prices in i!: the rioting of February 6.
ous kinds maintain representation j| i I Sanchez, Margaret\ Bernal. Bettie novitch reflected. "All were at- I Ii : 1934: have been ordered to hill,
at the capital; and that many ofj- ''Lewin, Mary' 'A. Kelly. Elizabeth. I husbands are blind_ : aid, all itst! tractive.1 Our" blind men didn't Court, said that the result woeld I|I[I this industry have risen sharply' ]I themselves in readiness to trap doff

these representatives receive'I!! Some weeks rgo a bird of this I[ Sawyer Macie Palenzuella. wives happy.Tblereia get left overs. i be price chaos which would dis- during he past :year but not due a leftist attack. For th ir

handsome salaries and generous Fpecies .perched for several days Celia Carmona, corporal; Carme I "We didn't take time for court- rupt industry and negate what II to NRA influence. i enemies are the communists (a-

nse accounts.' on the old water tower in the rear f I M.Sunti.\ Blanche Cervantes Nellie Rose : no doubt, about the ship or romance. .' I tized: them up.'' progress, toward recovery had been :Medical Preparations While daunts and left-wing raHira!-,--ocialists. -

net<< nkly of those that concerned this is not say I of Number 1 engine room, andit Perez Kelly, Grizelda, Milma Garcia Russell.Olga Ma-; 'blindness of the men, for'they are!I paired them off and rushed them'| made. Opponents of the. NRA, I prices on individcaproducts/ will 'I who form a "popular
cur- to the chapel. L front"Sees
is believed this is the same'I I gave away every .
what '' chada. j while they felt this view was ob- i be reduced to meet cut-price competition -
onsidering they Yugoslavian veterans whose sight bride, and served as best man as Neat Crisis As Final
The really cur I'I'Ake. bird.The I Hilary Albury. corporal Joe well." I jviously extreme and /: there wlil be no general
eagle is black and dark inbistiCied,1
next cabinet crisis.
p is that members of Salden, Steve Baldwin, Frank was destroyed: on world war b.t-1 Dr. Ramadanovitch were mostly uncertain price breaks. La
and i is 'I was an ex as
a specimen.Its I I I
Rocque will be "the defi
con able to put up such,I Stickney, Jack Lopez, Hilburn cellent match maker. Not future price trend, said little and says vo
spread of wing measures 74 Cerezo. Eddie Nelson, Andrew He fields. I a person -I I Typewriters and Office Machin hour for new men and hardy idea-
sh I
a tonishment and in- waited for events take their
I I inches just 10 inches lees than Elwood. I has asked for divorce. One to ery-Anticipates normal to take power-thtt hour either t"
.r-.OT' ,.Aen testimony brings the largest ever killed in North The boast that all wives are!'bride died. More than a hundred course. a I with stable prices.AgricultureMeat. bUsinCSs,1
out what everyone familiar with I!!I America, which had a wing spread I Harry Bravo, corporal; Roland happy seems borne out by smiling I I! children have been born, and not!| 'Now Business Week has supplied I I ist unleash civil war and install Mart
Roberts Delfin Jeminez. Antonio I tyranny among us. or r" -
the Washington scene already'' of seven feet or 84 inches. I faces at kitchen doors. !!j! one of them is blind. j I a partial answer to the high- probably stable -
'I stay for'aome quire humanely but vi Ol'ou-lv.
Walker Joe
Betancourt Jasper t, <<
knew. I Mr. Graham said he intended to i Watkins, Alfred Baker ;Mario One honorary citizen of Vet re-i]'I Vetrenik 14 one of Yugoslavia's ly i important price question time, with postal breaks next I II violent if necessary the flight of

Borah Unpredictable. J i give the eagle to W. W. Demeritt I Herce. nik is blessed with keen sight.!: most prosperous commnnities.Thej I through a "confidential poll' of,i i winter. Grain prices are likely to false leader, responsible for .a

In spite of his 70 years. Senator .I I I superintendent of lighthouses for i Alvae Acevedo, corporal Louis He is Dr. Veyko Ramadanovitch,j! government guarantees a. market' executives of major industries.: be low. many tribulations; the eNroina ion, .

Borah is able to maintainhis mounting. Fernandez. Stirrup.; Or- a sort of an extraordinary mayor,I' for all iU products. 'II Assurance was given to the per-I These comments indicate but of subversive element, the t ic-
standing as the one great I ; matrimonial agent and counsellor sons asked that neither personal one thing that the NRA
I : lando E.squinaldo.'Norman Cerezo, I decision corny of society and the Ff 'b.
figure in national politicBhO'e CUBA BRINGS IN :Julian LucignanI, Raul Cnestas, of the community. I DEGREE WORK j jI ),I nor firm names would be published has had little or no effect on government and their harmotun,,

decisions are wholly unpredict I Anselma Rendules. Kings Dream Conies True i thus making it possible for either wholesale. or t retail: price ing with contemporary aspirations -

able.He i Jose Regal, corporal; George Vetrenik is one of the dreams I i them to be as frank as they wish- structures. As 'Bufint'Ss Week I and necessities."
attained that position ) 151 PASSENGERS BY DEMOLAYS> ed. Results of the poll which appears points out,'Iht6st \
nearlya of it
I Moss. Ernest Ogden Canfield fof i the late King Alexander which -replies I I "We are not anti-psHiamenti-
to be the most and
quarter of a cejntnry, ago. In Lewin. Elloy Acevedo Daniel.: me true. He founded an institute -I thorough received attributed surprisingly 'rian," LA Rocque explained. "m
the 1912 Republican conventionhe Vargas, Roland Keaton Thomas I for blind veterans at Ze- authoritative yet made, appeared little importance to the collapse t'the sense that we do not oppose

wan perhaps the outstandingfloor Steamship C.iba, of the Peninsular mun and then approved the' suggestion -i i Initiatory degree will be conferred I in a recent issue of Business! Week of the NRA. There' are no signs sincere representation of the pen>-

leader of Theodore Roorcvtlt'a and Occidental Steamship Alfonso.'I'I of the chief of the institution II on a candidate ,for membership -and here is a digest of it: that business at large: is going in pie, but we are the enemies of thopresent
Taft's Steel-Price structures low but for
revolt against re- company, returned yesterday aft Dr. Ramadanovitch, zt a meeting of Robert ruinous price-cutting on a wide parliamentary collapseand
nomination. He surprised everyone ernoon from Hawaii?, Cuba with J I that a model village be established. -1:J. Perry Chapter Order of De-1 sound will be supported even scale, which would inevitably result of all its cause -
when the convention wa 132:: \ during the dull season. in wage' redactions and longer *We demand wise,
i, first class passengers and six LIVERPOOL.-Magistrate Julius Molay. to be held this evening at. a courageous -
over by refusing to join the Roosevelt -second chss ;or Key West; 13 Jacobs of this city fined his I Vetrenik started seven years : 8 o'clock in Scottish Rite Hal 1'I Electrical Pro ncts-Price trend working weeks-and industry renovating and durable r"-

bolt. J first class jiasgengers for Tampa. son for speeding and then paid the ago with 30 men. The government corner Simonton and Eaton 'ghtly! downward, but ultimate: does not want that. The consumer form of the constitution and .or

Recently he came to the defenseof ( The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for fine himself. |I gave each a cottage several street. effect believed good. I can be reasonably certain that our political and social life."
the with force Mining-Prices are weak in this his dollar will boy just about as
constitution!< a Tampa with: 19 passengers and] ,acres and equipment for light
and an ability which led many*freight. farming. industry. Elimination of NRA I much during the next six monthsor

people to ask in surprise whether!' Steamship Medina, of the Truck Arrives Tonight I "But they ought to have;: FOUND pegging in copper has price caused a severe break I a year as it does now. BABY FOODSJust

he had become after these years. Cryde-Malllory Lines arrived 7 i wives," said the king."Well ? V
j With largo variety f FRESH Automobiles-Prices will hold
an extreme Some Envelop with securities and SUED FOR DEBT
conservative. o'clock last
evening from Galveston find wives if have
we to I of all
FRUITS and VEGETABLES firm-the industry's shipment
leaders' $9OO. Owner-can have same policy of giving -
conservative Republican and sailed 8:05 o'clock for "
kidnap them, the doctor replied. .
began to nay the party might doj J New York with consignments of Lowe's Cash Grocery But kidnaping wasn't necessary. by calling at J. G. Kant...*. more valce for the money each ST. LOUI&-M. C. Morlin of flavors.GARDNER'S
Ine, ._ "J year will be continued. this cued dentist'
proving nlaip city was by PHARMACY
worse than to nominate!* him for! bottles, sponges' and canned tur- Advertisements written by I a {
1117 Division St. Phono 675 : Petroleum-rOutlook is I I
President next year. |tie. I paying; fer this advertisement. hazy. for the value of a set of false Phone 17T Free Delivery
Mrs. Ramadanovitch did the trick. I
Price trends win be determined teeth he had refused to pay for.I




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TUESDAY. JULY 30 1935.Published 1
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lttp 3 t ltf)m THE REAL JOB FOR LAWYERSThe r .......... ...:........1 I dier. industrialist U. S. Senator,
KEY WEST IN 1. .born near Wilmington Del. Died "
1 WEATHER ]1Temper.tures there Dec. 31, 1926.
Dally Except Sunday By American Bar Association, meet- I ;-1I
vine CITIKEX: pcBtismaG co., me.L. DAYS GONE BYHappeai'a..s Anniversaries 1
P. AnT>>AX. FreaMeat ing recently in Los Angeles imitated great
.." I I 1842-Thomas J. O'Brien Michigan
JOB ALL From AMbrtaM The Citisea KmmimM Building Masigert many national organizations by resolutingor A Here Just 10 Years coat I the country during the last I.....*.................. i I i lawyer, AI'ItMSIta..r to,Japan

Corner Green and Ann Street near-resoluting on many issues. Speakers to Today As Takes FromThe Highest ................_.......__............88Lowest 24 hours except for widely scattered 1818-Emily Jane Bronte. English and Italy, born at Jacksn, Mich.
Files Of The Citizen
Only. Dally Newspaper la Key Went and Monroe, '_ .. ......... _. 80 fhowers the novelist. bom. Died Dec. 19, Died at Grand Rapids. May 19.
County. assured the listening world that the Mean ..:: :._:::::......::84: I I on Texas coast i> 1848. 1933.
:Entered at Key' West Florida as aecond class matter lawyers were ready to defend the Constitution Key West continues to attract Normal Mean __.S4 in southern Georgia: and northern j .__ I Ii r

FIrTY-3IZT6 TEAR and the Courts from criticism. nationally known realty operators.The RaiafaUYeterday's Florida in New" England: and in i -Robt."rt.1.. Burdette, humeri -
1822-William T. Adam, I
Member .! tae ...... latest to intention :northern Minnesota. au-, I
A.-Ia. ; express his j ?t, preacher, lecturer, born at
The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to vse If the lawyers 'of the United States Precipitation .0 Ins. |thor of the popular "Oliver Optis"
fur republicatlon of an new dispatches credited to of coming to Key West to enter Normal Precipitation .... .13 Ins. Temperatures have fallen 5 to! books, born at Bellingham, May i l Greensboro. Pa. Died at Pas.iJena -
It not otberwU know anything they realize that the'pub- the real estate field is Mrchaef s. j CaK, Xov.
or credited la. 'this paper and alsothe Thl. : rmril r.vrn :.-...r iwrU' 15 'degrees since yestrday morn-(Died in Boston: March 27. 1897.r 19, 1914.
local new published here. lic has lost much of its former respect and Hogan supervisor of the Knightsof rndiiMK at N .Vlrk tale. HMminic.Tomorrow's big in the MisB*>:ji Valley and: -- ,
'NATIONAL WrCRIALd ) regard for the members of the Bar. Columbus of the United States Almanac Central Plains where' they are j 'I! 1855-James E. Kelly,noted New
.: This I
Stn .._.... .. 1831-Helena Blavatsky. worl.fI -j
rises 5:54 York ,
ASSOCIATION> and business partner of Mrs. Mary a. in.I I i I again i about normal. Elsewheretemperature J sculptor horn in New York
Ii .\ .;- is du'to the general convictionthat McKnignt.. whom he will assist in Sun sets ..... 7:12 p m.1 I famed Russian theosophist leader,: D(6, t'1erfO. May 25. 1938. .
/t / 93STear : )
<:: charges!
'J. through the practice of lawyers justice is bringing former.clients from yew Moon rises ............:::: 6:55 a: m. srble and seasonal codrtions were' negli-1: !I who worked in this country for
8CBSCRIPTIO1 RATES Moon ..._......."_..... !i are j j many years born in Rossis. Died .
York and Pennsylvania to invest sets 7:59 p. m.' throirLout! the I i A churchyard dating from CO)<)
dollars the rule J
<\n. .(10.00 largely: a matter of and that few ;: country. in 8
n. London May 1891.
Six Months _.. .tea I lawyers in Key West. I I Tomorrow's Tides i} An incipient Threw Booths *.. have any principles that can't be I r of the Bronx where many im-
TJn )Month _.. V .S* A.M. P.M. the Carolina ccart and a disturbisnce j
i j
wec kly .j .*1 suffocated by a big fee. About 75 percent of the lots in.. High ...-.-....10:21 JJ:05 I of marked extent is centralin i 1838-Henry A. DuPont. sol1 I 1 I migrants; l live. tr

ADTERTISntO-RATESMade The notorious alliance that exists be- Martello Towers subdivision have'''; Low .....-._....Oh.... 3:32 4:50. the Hudson :Cay region while 1-- .----- -.---
known on SPECIAL application.NOTICB tween crooks and crooked lawyershas been sold and reason attributed I' Barometer 8 a. ... today: j i ll1e'urei": about normal over the _VV_ -
All reading; notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of for these quick sales is that property Sea level 30.09. j greater portion of the U. S.
respect, obituary notices, et:.; will be charred for at been a stench; in the public nostril for de adjacent to this, in many! S: M. GOLDSMITH. ,' ,1m a
the rate of !. cents a line. I cades. It does not exist cases! is I WEATHER FORECAST- Temporarily in. Charge.Today's oney"
Notice. for entertainments by churches from which solely in metropolitan sellingfor higher prices}! ore "
a revenue Is to be derived are I cents a line. and on harder terms.. It is foregone ii
The Citizen la an open forum and Invites dlsena- areas but to a lesser extent, depending -, a ; (Till 8 pr. m.. Wednesday) ........................ NoL USn .....
alon of public issues and subjects of local or general smaller conclusion that those who) Key Vest and Vicinity: Fair' y.... -LSL'ECI1\lC
upon opportunity it is
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communication t buy today in Martello Towers will tonight ; Horoscope
; Wednesday partly cloudy I'
prevalent throughout the United States. It realize a profit this winter or will ...... .............S...S.e...- GN$1
was recognized at the Bar meeting by be fortunate to own a buildinglot tr I |( e1 A e
in this desirable location. 'I.o(00-9 I i The person born today should .
Judge John J. Parker, of the U. S. District I I Cl i I II i; attain power and eminence, if no't A11

SIDELIGHTS Court, who declared that of the '' t Lad planetary aspects interpose i \ {
one The dancing party given last ,. l ..J. .!I) their influence. The nature ]' o\t\tapat\t\ \
; carries -
most important duties of the American night by the Catholic Daughtersof t tb (

By MARCY B. IJARNALLformer Bar Association is to "rid the country of America was an enjoyable af 1' I!I \ ?l1'chi I II (..dul at"nct'large,;and amount talent of which courage will; \ as ",
fair. There was dancing indoors! # 1 I {W\te
lawyer-criminal.." i f raise! him in hH chosen sphere of I i '
Editor of The Key West Citi... while on the lawn tables were ) INESS.
t .f.1 l action. It requires very bad aspect -]
It would pay the lawyers of the Uni- laden with delicious refreshments f 7 .
< JL to contro-ert its good influences -
One of the world's most attractive ted States large dividends to take up the which were served by members .4 : h'Fair : ; bat the direction of the

characters is Edward Albert Christian challenge of Judge Parker. Moreover, of the organization. ; Tnanderihower 1"" : talents U very variable.. i .C\1\\\\E"\{\

George Andrew Patrick David Windsor. I they should know the truth of the state A tt'legramt'd'; ; this morning -': with rc-ttre!:; thundershowers in Subscribe--to-The Citizen- -20cI A % \ \ \

His baptismal names refer to three former ment: that was made by Mayer C. Goldman i announced the death yesterday V' afternoon; light to gentle variable :I I weekly."

royal personages and four patron saints. of New York, who declared that "an in Miairi by Ferico Di?z. The winds. iI:i I I
wire was from Mrs. Diat and indicated -k I Florida: Generally fair except : ..Jart..rille'. .........< H.feN.
He himself is best known as the Prince of alliance between lawyer-criminals and that her husband died*.probably} local thundershower in :'I

Wales. gangster clients is a menace to Govern from being poisoned by some food extreme north portion tonight and THE SEMINO E (

ment itself" and the further assertion that of which he had partaken daring: Wednesday and scattered thundershowers -I II 1
the day. This was the statement[ in south and central por- II I I
"no overlord of I
organized crime-no
Governor McAllister of Tennessee is I or a physician who was called toi i tions Wednesday afternoon. -
a considerate man. Rather than interfere I racketeer plies his trade today unless hb administer to the :sufferer. I Jacksonville to Florida Straits: I I f 7 R
: t Gentle variable .inds and partly
with the lawyer nearby to checkmate the law.
honeymoon of Speaker W. P. Editorial comment: Denouncinga overcast weathetonight and +I The first General Electric
Moss of the house of the legislature and The Citizen has a real regard for the man is hardly more offensive Wednesday.East Monitor Top revolutionized -

his bride, the former Lutitia Myers, the highest type lawyer who has been almost than praising'! his rival. Gulf: Li?ht shifting winds .' I refrigeration costs. i
overwhelmed by the shyster practices of I and general fair weather tonight R Now 1935 GeneralElectric f
governor postponed the call for
a special Charles S. Baxter president I I
his confreres. He i is unable to meet themon 1 Wednesday.! : models use 40%
session of the of the Burbank ,
legislature for a week. Realty company --- I! Jarknmtllli. FLrI iTilts.
terms of competition to'secure business has instructed the Ladd WEATHER CONDITIONS ..n. (.llllRlt. Muag.eA I j jEv less current than G-E 1930

and his conscience does not permit him to to send the painting of companYt,' where human you will h..me-like find 7..r inetitut/on 1..1..1....i I I models.

Fourth of July deaths this year numbered adopt their tactics. This applies not onlyto mcdo: by Gibson Catlett, to Miami !I Fair weather: p.-evaiied through- I'I h'r remt.rl o' great sad Importance.A .r..t. a mats All modern convenience -
where it is to be
placed on ex-
214, according to late Thisis : ,
a report.
features Years Performance
ambulance chasing and police court :
hibition. The Miami office of the John N. Roberts was christenedlast
214 too many, but a great: improvementover racketeers but to the henchmen of corporations Baxter company has sold practically evening at the home on ; steel I. Its flrrpr..f. trarf batldlpt.t tae city l.estd Protection for

som.e former years. More persons who sell not only their legal 50 percent of the lots in Martello -:: ington street. Rev. A. L. wafh-I --- only*1 a year-and pricesas
have been killed celebrating .Towers subdivision, the rest, S. J.. of Mary's Star of I ry Room with Combination Tub low as
Independence knowledge but their social and political land Shower Bath, Radio. Rlertrlcrvilin
being !sod' in Key West! church officiated. The child was
Day than died fighting for the na influence as well. I named Lonis Clarence and I Ventilation.* ran Comfortable Slat Puor for Reds Summer with $ 92 60
tion's freedom during the Revolution. Let the American Bar Association put At a meeting of the ExchangeClub .J 'I.onlOI'S! were Mr.' and Mrs.,Mattresses aad of Inntr Individual Spring Read Construction _
this afternoon the members Maynard Taker.: I Ing! Lamps.
A some fire into the fight against the vultures
went on rceo:-d as being un- RATES tt

According to the Beloit Call, when a who prey upon the American people alterably opposed to building a I What promises to be an important I TW n_.. Prl.a.e Mat _III..'.t ,

citizen was angered by an' item in the under the guise of practicing law. drawbridge over Steamboat Creekas social event of the sum !Hot HVUM_... I'Tlvmtv Hath naoj aJi. THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
40 ll _
demanded the | Private lath LOS
paper he consulted a lawyer to see what They take advantage of the privileges accorded by U. S. en mer season is the DeMolay dance :*4 n_..... Private Rata _-e 3.Ie1I f
gineering department Permission I to be given in the rooms! of the I !. HaMple R_.. Private Bat*, 4JWSMfillT
could be done about if. The lawyer advised them by society, forget that they was originally grantd to construct Athletic Club on August 6. Every IVrRRASB KOft DOtBLB

that the best way to get even are supposed to be officers of the courts a single span across this openingand I', effort will be made to make thiSl Ii I: OCCUPANCY
later the county s-* dance as successful, it is said __ ..
would be to the six ; n --- --- ---
buy and it
paper run and stoop-to almost any kind of chicaneryto t ,
sippers of Monroe county were have other events given in the: .
months. misuse the legal process for the benefitof told it would be necessary to past under the supervision of the I i .wossoosisoe
criminals and economic profiteers. construct a drawbridge because of i I order. .......................................................................

protest which have been made.t .
John Temple Graves II Birmingham kf .
LOOK OUT MOSQUITOES! The secretary was instructed to', At the meeting of the county .
columnist, reports the most finicky hitch get the necessary information on. commissioners to be held tonight, .

hiker. A fellow thumbed a motorist for a (Fort Myers\ News-Press) this subject and incorporate protests i, bids will be called for the construction -

ride, which was offered him, but'when he A plant has been discovered growing: on one of the club in a letter to the l' : of a boulevard in Key KEEP
proper tuthoritics.! |West; and the extension of the: OUT
found the car l had no radio he said' he of tile Florida keys which apparently repels mos- I road on Sugar Loaf Key and that i;

would take chances on waiting for one so qAitoes to the extent that this particular' little The ;infant son of Mr. and Mrs.I on Key Largo, ;I .

equipped as he wanted to listen to the island enjoys absolute freedom from the pests. I. i :

baseball scores.S. The story has been told for many years. A num- iI I That Pesky Mosquito

ber of Lee county boatmen had brought back the

Whitt Denson of the Haleyville !came': report long before it got into print but folks Hotel Leamington"Miami's ,! o o

(Ala.) Advertiser-Journal "doubles in back home just laughed.But .

brass," so to speak. ,At the masthead of a Key West! official with active curiosity!' 0 ? Knock Down Screen Wire

the paper his name is carried as "adver visited the key and found it to be free of mos- Most Popular HoleF Screen I,

quitoes. He sent some of the plants, which Doors
tising apparently ;
manager and music publisher. N. E. ht Street at Biscayne Boulevard
warded: off the insects to the state myco'ogfst 18c
Overlooking Bayfront Park and BUcayne Bay '
who identified them as cuscuta umbellate a 85c
A florist supplies this list of natal Opposite Union Bus Station Yard
species of epiphyte or parasite similar to Spanishmoss 'I c Up
flowers: January, snowdrop; February, and commonly called the dodder plant. The On ;Block..from,Shopping District :
primrose; March, violet; April, daisy; And Amusements :
mycologist did not explain why the dodder should Adjustable
May\ lily of the valley; June, rose; July, repel 1 mosquitoes.Now LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED ,I I SCREEN

water lily; August, poppy; September, !!k WINDOW
it has been proposed to organize an expedition Single Room with Bath. $1.50 ENAMEL
morning glory; October, dahlia; Novem-
to this key and bring back a boat load of Double Room with Bath 2.00 : I Ii 1
ber, carnation; December, narcissus. z SCREENS
the cuscutaceous plants and try them out on Lee I ALFRED SIMONS "=zL18OC
-r Manager I 28c
county mosquitoes.!' Capt. E. E. Damkohler wasont'

The eclipse of the moon on July 15 of the first men to get the idea and his long I I i Up I Ii '
--- -- --- -
lasted --
for total of hour --I
a approximately an experience with Florida plants and trees makes .. UP
and 42 minute within three minutes of r -- -
him an ideal leader for such an expedition. He j tWe i I
the record. Seven eclipses this 'year are helped, make Lee county coconut conscious ,

the maximum number of sun' and m.oon perhaps he cando something about mosquitoes..I will be pleased to have you consult ua about INSECT 59

combined that can possibly occur, and I When it.was explained to him, Secretary Blaine I how you can l ILS-IT
there will not be in I
seven eclipses again
: MicGrath'of the chamber of commerce put his I SPRAY

anyone year until 2485-550 years from tamp .oar pproval on the expedition but did not :

novr. ;know whether the chamber could back the projectwith'anyVinances. I Build .

.i ;' Buy, or 1 Pint 15c 1 Quart 25c '

When an editor erroneously nGetting,; back to the actual plant and its I!! Refinance Your Homeor 0
"''f Ii I
nounced the death of a subscriber, an .;i unique,koWers, it is understood that the vine.is no | Gallon 49c 1 Gallon 95c

apology was demanded and granted, as.)i beauty but if it drives away the mosquitoes, many J/2

follows: "We recently announced .the forks will be willing to do away with flowerbeds I repair or modernize any type of '

death of Mr.\ Samuel Smith, and we sin- in favor of ant -mo'quito! gardens. I

cerely regret to say it was not true." building on insured creditThe
The city could plant the parkways with dod i

-- der'and a hedge of the plants could bet set out t j i :' South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

Sheriff Haygood Patterson of Montgomery along the fine of the city limits in order to keep I j '
First NalioirallBank of Key West\ '
Ala., thinks one of his state's lawsshou1tl out the. country mosquitoes. The 'seed of this i I : Phdftc 598 White and Eliza Streets

be repealed. It is now against the plant germinates in the ground but it grows like a < 1'1 .. -

law to buy sell or trade horse attaches itself Approved Mortgage Under the. J
a or mule vine and soon to other vegetation.
j :: "Yom' home is worthy of the best"
after dark. The herif1'ays he has had 1 Then its roots wither and the plant sends out I.{ .i

no complaints regarding nocturnal traffic haustorix or feelers through which it absorbs j FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION Ij ..

in these useful animals. nourishment" either,from.the,air or the! I host? plant]J. : ....................rlil".1.1'.......................'...........................





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READY) JJ} !!.m- : I BUSY BEES -WINFROMLOPEZTEN iiAcTfcE-CONTEST J I"I r Iran TEe (latest Persia! postage) are stamps inscribed from -

H *Y CORALIE WEDNESDAY\ NIGHT"Poites I Irar.iennes," instead of
"Postes; PersaneV
'MfXOPSISl law** .,-.,.,..,,t fa so yellow, with his neat face and at SPORTSI ax formerly.

I ed t.!/Res.ad Ufort't Ian tiller widow.aiady to rare pow*er-m tie black bird-like points of eyes behind i' AND-TAKE) SERIES 1j 1
I 4..,. .A... up the pntnif to acre Kex" (By JOVE) j
,o. etc* Afar All rry. find Re.AG. over here on a holiday trip but I'm a I The Lopez Funeral Home dia-din Argentina are being reflected
r.t.me4 alley Iwo yearn R.. Journalist by profession and I was I [[ in an increased demand for house.
) Iwz. foil (a the re_. of torn mondball ten and the Busy BeeJ
faU eirnc <" Africa; wMta *. given a roving commission to represent DIAMONDBALL CONTEST AT ',, hold electric appliances.
i. pose 4l* r> tdde1t declare the New Sydney Record while Bakery outfit viII meet again ,
ale( "-,. /or /.auric, woo fa Ma seeletary BAYVFEW: PARK LAST EVE '
> a* well .* Rex, ".td1.Chapter'18 .." I'm here. And I've had a cable from _'0 Wednesday night at Bayview
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the editor to get an Interview with ................................................ NING WOUND UP IN SCORE Park. These teams completed a'fivegame I'I
yoll.With .j'INDIANS 1|Ir r
me! Why?" Laurie asked. HALT OF 402 series last night for the

A CALLER "My dear Mrs. Moore you must DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS l senior championship of the city,i'I

LBERY.: released her; she stared band's realize return what a had lensatioD'70Ul'made down thereIn bus .- J i DETROIT NINE t tr r t hich was won by the Busy .Bees I II i

.t him lllce a person In a Australia. It's one of the most J (By GRAVY) (By JOVE) I The game Wednesday night will '

I ream. dramatic things that ever happened. ._ ._ ._ ._ ....eeeeeee.eeeeeeeaWhat ,<............c.......!.... ', I. The Busy! Bee Bakers downed. be a practice set-to for the club
I "I am SOrry.- he said and In a And his being over there for so f PITTSBURGH PIRATES I I1ZI -'I the Lopez Funeral Home by a 4 that will leave next Monday morn
ilracnlous! be can make a golfer mere bad wolf from the door (maybe it
: was himself
way many months getting ready for his FEAT CARDS WHITE SOX to 2 score last night at Bayview! ing for Miami where the local out-,
mad than ore ;
gala and the incredible scene: was flight and your romantic marriage to a beautiful was a coat, who knows?) he got a''i ; .
j lotted out. and he was smiling at -why. you must realize that an In- drive tail down the fairway for a job with the Tampa electric com WIN OVER BROWNS Park, winning the five-game series | fit will play in the state tourna-i.

|ere a rather sad little smile terview with you win be of the nice 225 yard shot and then land pany but soon that job wasn't so I these two have been playingby j ment. ,c,

"It was unpardonable Mrs Moore. greatest interest! Such'a wonderfully in the high grass: on the fairway hot. You know why? Becausehe a three-two margin. '

please-forgive me. and forget human story Mrs. Moore from whence the ball is never extracted was known, as a groundhog. I!I ("... I.I .. T. ("ltla) Ward of the Bees, allowed but

at It! To show my feelings like Laurie felt a little chill. on account of it is never Now that means that when there NEW YORK, Jry! 30.-The five singles and two of the safeties DIAMOND BALL
ait was taking a shameful advant- But you'd much better wait until found. Some or the boys had were any holes to dig culverts to j Cleveland Indians came back and '

lg* of yon." my husband comes back. she that happen to them Sunday morning climb through, wire to unravel, i', defeated the Detroit Tigers, taking came in the ninth inning. GAMESTONIGHT

Laurie was nonplussed. He had said. "He can't be many days now." and were a little peeved but cr maybe to go get the boss! the game l>y a score of 6 to Higgs, with a double and a sin Illi

(uddenly brought an atmosphere of "Of course.,1 shall be thrilled to you gotta remember that when! it lunch, why then he was appointed 5. The defeat ci.t the Tigers' lead gle in three times at bat was the i

ragedy Into what might hate been see him on his return if 1 aUf still trine the iTass .STOWS in a hurry. I to do said task. I II to two and a hrlf game: over the outstanding hitter of .the game. (B-JOVE) I I HAVANA.SPECIAL
sordid episode. here. replied Mr. Drake,. with an Eat lot of think that Hale Ward and J. Carbonell also !
a one idle Yankees
guys Sooooo he sticks to it 't I
Ingratiating anyway,II There will be two in the
\ "I'm sure yon didn't mean it.". she smile. "But it would be man should be detailed to the I to show; everybody he is a man I Xs Tietjc, White Sox moni da-'' hit well. Social games
of League tonight at BayviewPark.
klud you to give me a little storyto I I I
aurmared.That's cable: over there. You' It golf course to keen the grass; onfairways and he finally !gets promoted to'' man outpitched three St. Louis In the field. Baker Albury and ;
the sad part of 1C he replied see and borders cut short and lineman the Welt bee Drowns hurlers as the! thirfnlaee'i ''iJ.; Carbonell starred for the Em- .I
means so much to me. I've had j !gets Key :, The Bermuda Bakery outfit will ,
gravely did mean it. As I rather a bad thite.- have him do nothing else but that. i and arrives to take a job with the i|i "t7indv City" cub: walloped the,jLalmers, and Castro A. Acevedo, play the Lighthouse crew in the LT. Key West .. ......._... 5:40 pm

aid you came too late Into my life Without actually doing so, he When he finishes, then start! at the j Key West Electric outfit and today ''1! St. Louis aggre. -.tion for a 7 to ,: Bethel and Pena were outstandnigfor opener and the Service boys will ..Ar. Miami ,'u'.. ......._...10:20 pm

i am ao longer young auf you are called her sympathetic attention to beginning! whether it needs it or you'll find him running up and I|p I 2 triumph. the Doughboys. tackle the S.; B. Beer aggregationin : Ar. Jacksonville m......... 7:50 am
|he woman I bate dreamed of al-
aiL The woman 1 could have his empty sleeve And Just now. of not. But when the grass cutting;'! down poles, which sometimes I II i Red Lmas. :ctociy righthander:)'[f Bethel. Sterling and Armando the second contest. Ar. Washington ......._... 1:25 am
course you must know that be is man has to plant turnips, repair makes think I I adted! to the discomfort of the executed ome sensational catch-
you Daryin was right j The ten and S. B. Beer
: i Bakery
I until
oed. I
But ought not to have told : I : (Sleeper may be! occupied
so." the hero of Sydney, now that:they machinery and what have you I S Once he was parked up on' a'' sliding St. Louis Cardinals by,' es. team are tied for first place. Both J
rou know of his miraculous escape from then some job will have to suffer. role and Mr. Abbie,: Johnson's! I!I I holding the **3rld champions to Only one Funeral Homer reached club? will have to win to keep in 8:00)
-Oh. Mr. Albef1It! sounded al- death. 1 : third base in the first eight innings i ..._. .__..... 6:55
lost stupid that whispered may say it was the biggest ( daughter, Rovina. went by and sour : four hits as! the P'tlsourph Pirates I the top position.LEAGUE Ar. New York am
ex- sensation for years. Won't you Just '!beat' them. 3 to 2, for the third i of the contest.
Our will: } hero "Jle for her" and
laniation.. But Laurie was both personal glimpre today says I j'I ;I AIR-CONDITIONED loance car
give me a message; to the people of [victory of the .ot"- ame Score by innings: R. H. E..
] :
be that who :first thing Miss Rovina' knew her
orrlOed and In a way flattered.This : gentleman never usesa I and New York sleeper on Mon.
plain of Industry whom she had Sydney Mrs. Moore. driver to drive! nor a putter to 1 name was Salas even if she did j(' The summaries follow: I Lope Funeral Home- STANDINGS I"Wed. Thar, and Sat. Dining car
[ 253 ,
bought of as she might think of putt but reverses the order, and haver lAthnr Lowe for a garndpa ,j I NATIONAL LEAGUE 000 000 l al.l o air-conditioned. Coaches air
DON'T know '
Lny of the overlords of the present- 1 what yon want me' by this time have guessed j and Bubber Smart for a. grandpa's I j I At Pittsburgh It. H. E.'L Busy! Bee Bakers- I conditioned Miami.

ay world was telling her that beaved I to'Laurle was at a loss. him, Mr. Charles you Salas. ,If he has : partner in the wrecking business! ,j I St. Louis .---.................... 240 021 000 10x4 12 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE I I beyond
"Well first of all. a message of .... Gates and Ingra- Club- W. L. Pct. !
[ Pittsburgh/ 3 11 2 Batteries: C.
her that she wasthe woman middle he has never let j But we are getting from I .n..n
name away | LOW FARES
greeting. he said glibly. r _____ .__...
Detroit 57 37 .613
e had always dreamed of. She-bis the golf course hear our story. .Only Charlie's bo'sI i i iI l Batteries: Hallahan. Heusser ham; Ward and Griffin. ,
"I shall be delighted to do that"'Tben anyone on j Pad-1 Two base hits:I New York ,....___... 52 36 .591
ecretary. She-the girl who had same. I said if he would show a little more and Delancey; Lucas and Summary: !' in coachesI
heated him. lied to him through just a few details about I )I den. Iliggs. Ward; double play: Castroto Chicago ____............. 49 37 .570 roomy
Well hero born right I aggressiveness he would get
romantic reunion. The thrillof our was soon j i
wo years who had been saved from your Pena; Etruck out: by Gates 4. Cleveland --..- ....- 45 43 .511 I CHEAPER THAN DRIVING
that here this island about 32 from climbing poles. .but
learning your husband wasalive. on yearsago away f 'i
lespatr and disaster by his kind- '; Xew York at Brooklyn, played by'ard 1; bases on balls: off I Boston ..._.--....._'.. 47 44 .516'
And then if I may ask you. a and before he was big enough/ his other boss; says he enjoys it .. ........... .
.. ..
$ 2.99I
teas and generosity.Mark on former date. Ward 4; wild pitches: : by Gates 2, Philadelphia ..._..... 38 47 .447 Miami hU" "
Albery. watching the Changng see few.wards it was about such your secret marriage.''romance Yon scramble. out of the way of the i, to let a man have a little joy oc- 'I < by Ward 2; left on bases!!!: Lopez Washington __..._.__ 39 53 .424 I i Welt Palm Beach ..eo' ........ 3.99

lights and shadows of emotion so few people knew a anything about new carried tangled him automobile oft to Tampa his family where j i caionally.Well! hero took the golf Pbilafcl1Il.t! Boston postponed 8.- Bees 8; time of game: 1:30; St. Louis ..._...._-.".. 29 60 .326'Jacksonville; ...........__...... 8.48

n her face. knew that he must bide it." our up I, rain. '> umpires: Licata at the plate Gonzalez New York ......-...._......__._ 28.47
little quiet account of all his bosses!
its time. She might be unhappy but Laurie went colder stilt things were a more : !game: on I I at first, Valdes at second. NATIONAL LEAGUES Richmond .......?................... 18.58
and citified .but he and find that
not soon I
we ;
so doing same so
ibe was loyaL "Oh. there's nothing to tell about AMERICAN LEAGUE i' Club- W.: L. :Pet Washington .......u..m.. 20.33
And Laurie. as she typed'the let- that Mr. Drake had to come back from Tampa to j I he never uses a wood club. He I At Cleveland R. II. E. TODAY'S GAMES New York .._........ 59 31 .656
ers In her office made so many "But I assure you It's Just what Key West for the same rea'On.! will. take a putter and knock the Detroit .....h..n._...._ 5 14 1 Chicago ......._---...... 60 36 .625 Similar Fares EverywhereJ.

ulstakes that she had to do several people would love to read about Well, anyway, our hero left,i ball 250 yards. and I Cleveland! .......,._..._....... <> 9 1'', AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis ..._.--......- 65 36 .604 H. COSTAR, Agent
if them over again. your secret wedding just before the these parts about the time of the t The second shot the same 1 Batteries: Crowdcr. Auier and !' Cleveland at Chicago.; Pittsburgh _..._.. 63: 42 .558 Phone 71EAST

This was destined to be a memor-- hero went off on the flight that was 1909 hurricane and so he went to t then takes five short shots and I Cochrane; Iluillln. Lee and Phil St. Louis at Detroit. Cincinnati .,.._ 50 53 .485

ble day for Laurie. supposed to end In tragedy. Tow school in Tampa. I j I putts to get in the hole. :I:lips. Boston at Washington. t i Brooklyn .._...._- 40 51 .440
When she got back to the flat As a boy he would stroll pat a; With the boulders that guy has j
can't Imagine what a hero Res New York at Philadelphia Philadelphia ..._...- 38 52 .422 a
the found that Gladys bad gone out Moore is in Sydney. And nobody !golf course and wonder what a rile ought to be the best golfer in j i 'I
i At St. Louis R. II. E. Boston .._._.._... 2* 68 .261 I
o dinner leaving a message with with funny looking: town if he will start all over and '
knows anything-only rumors Just funny game CLieago ..................._.._ 7 14 0' NATIONAL LEAGtTS COAST
Jrs. Budd that a friend bad calledor : Moore and would learn the from the ground
that Rex married same
was to a people playing : game
her.'Wss. I' St. Louis ..h..n..n......'... 2 3 1 Chicago at Pittsburgh.!" II A speaker at the recent meeting!
girl a short time before he took off. soliquize that he would never take 'up.
I of International Association of
Sewell CnicinnattBrooklyn the I II
Batteries: Tictje; and ; St. Louis at !
It a gentleman: Laurie Where were you married MrLMoorer up his valuable time with a1 1!, Right/ now he can: outdrive any Police Chiefs declared that small e
isked. Ccffmau, Cain. Thomas and hems- at Boston.
like that the but he f i II I
monkey-doodle game i{man on course oopes
:ley. Philadelphia at New York.. men make better policemen.
t"No. mum a lady' The chill: went up to Laurie'sbrain. But he never knew then! what he too many shots and still plays in
LMrfe felt a fool, but she was not It felt frozen.
knows now. the low 90's if he counts but
Cite herself after that extraordllary "1'd really rather not say. anythinguntil I I
Well. he grew up as most kids high 90's if pal Mr. Senor Crnick-
scene with her employer.
my husband comes back. do and in order to keep the big shank counts the strokes.
About of boar after-
a quarter an The young1 man's smile grew even -.
arda. Mrs. Budd came In to say more Ingratiating. .-- I
hat a gentleman wanted to see her. But It would be such a kindness '

nil banded her a card. "Mr. Gavin to me. When he does come back PARK PLAYERS LOCAL TEAM 1 TO FIRMS -
)rakewas the name on It. there'll be hundreds of newspapermen I
Laurie knew nobody of that name 'round him.

t t must. be some friend of Resloore's. Laurie's wits deserted her. On no DEFEAT STARSBy ; PLAY IN MIAMI

account must the young man suspect

She decided to see him anything. -- I e Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them.I
A slim young man under medium "In Warrablllo County she said i ByS I .
eight was shown In. Her first reaction recklessly. )
The first half of the Junior Dia-i The KeyVest Diamondball
: was one of sympathy, be- "Oh' Indeed bow Interesting! Mr. :
ause she saw that he had only one Drake took out a little note book mondball league ended yesterday! Club will leave over the highway',

rm.- and a penciL Through her confusion afternoon when the Stokers Park ] Monday morning to play in Miamrat

lie had yellow hair and a small. Laurie noticed how skilful he was In ten defeated the Bayaview Stars 5 p. In. that dcy. Star American Coffee ROSES
eat moustache and wore. heavy- his movements with only one arm. by the one-sided core fo 15 to 6. This contest will be for the JOlIN C. PARK THIS SPA C i

|ensed spectacles. He greeted ber "I 1 know Warrablllo County a little Pierce and Egquinaldo'WE're the state championship.Those You'll find out bow
Ith a bow and a long smile that myself. Was it In Warratora township Stars at bat. In the field, Pierce who'''wilJ make the trip LORAL PIECES'I A

pressed deferential admiration. Itself that you were married. and Sands for the Bayview Stars are: Ingraham. Gates. A. Lnnn 328 SIMONTON ST. good it ja when you try .

Mrs. Moore!" and George and Esquinaldo: for the Sterling. Kerr, Albury, Baker J. i the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
1 MT Is so kind of you to seE me. Why wasn't Rex Moore here! Why' Stowers boys were outstanding.: Carbonell. Goehring. Gonzalez ;i

Mrs. Moore. he said. hadn't they discussed this hideous Score by innings: P.. H. E. McCarthy. Machin. Sawyer, P.I( PLUMBING 1 LARGO, rib 18c;
He had a pleasant voice with a PLANTS and VINES
possibility when he was here Hollon Bervaldi and
Stowers Park- Castro i
narked accent and a confidential "No. in a little outpost near where .J j .. v. & S.. ItJ 15c.
323 000 214-15 7 6 Charles Lunn, manager. .h PER MONTH
[friendly manner that was rather apealing. I was staying. not far from my. old .
.. His accent she recognized Bayview Stars j Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA
rlth a certain misgiving."I bome.What was It called.Mrs. MoorerIt'bad 004 000 0206 6 8 8i i Subscribe to The Caizen-20 i DURO'PUltlPS'i .
It la Mr. Moore-my Batteries: Tines and Salinero. ;I weekly. '
no name that I know of.- ,1,1SPEND' STAR COFFEE MILL
tmsband. whom you want to seer "Church chapel or registrar Pc py. Pierce and Tony. I PLUMBING "SUPPLIES NURSERY

she suggested. please" The young Journalist was League .standing. : \ \\'III J . 512 Greene Street $V.O

"No. I am aware that Mr. Moore devastatingly businesslike Club= W. 1* Pct I IYDUR PHONE 348 Phone 256 V

Is away in his native element and "Thert was a Minister ..lIltlng.lb. ." Stowers Park __ 8 4 .666 PHONE 597

lias Just accomplished another won- said. "He married us. rye forgotten Eayview Stars __ 6 6 .500 a

|derful flying feat. he answered. his name." Cubs --.*;.._.._. 4 8 .333 :i .
3f course 1 should have been "Was there a church?" VACATIDN1 i HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
honored to meet him but It Is from "No. a little tin hall where they 4 SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- INSURANCEJewfitb :
yourself that I wanted to ask ,a held services. ; J
Birthdays == THIS YEAR IN
[kindness Mrs. Moore. "What date was It?" 2 Ibs. 3Sc 1

What can I do for your she "Do you know rye forgotten exactly. ........................,1 FLORIDAAllllnttnaurNEAQttll Yellowtail Steak, 2 I\.s. 35c Office I 3Ur Dnaf Street
sked. taken aback."I It was an such a rush and we at'' J
must Introduce myself. I am hurried back to Sydney. But It was Henry Ford of Detroit, born Yellowtail o. BODe, 2 lb. 25c SUNDAY STAR I

Gavin Drake. somewhere about three weeks before Greenfield .Mich.., 72 years ago. Grouper, 2 Ib. 25c
You are from Australia arent my. husband left Sydney his \ TELEPHONE NO. t
on i
i Snapper, 2 ILs. .._- 25c
your she asked. ftl bL" Robert R. McCormick Chi"a ,"o! .j jrewsraper Sabsrnptltlit $Z Per Year
"Yes. 1 come: from down under. "The date of his departure was publisher, born there} Mutton Fish. 2 IhI. 25c. M1e AI
He gave her a comradely smile. "So March Key W eat' -THE- Try
17. two years ago the young R5 years ago. t FRESH SHRIMP I Only Sunday
do your man reminded her. "So It would
"I wasn't borne there. My father have been three weeks before that- Paper Cif Dtlmomco Restaurant

went oat when I was quite young." about the end of February. E. IJaldeman-Julius flf Gir:1..d,1 1 I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTER 11 B.dw.fr.r Beer ______ tae
"It's like this." be told ber. Re sat Kans., publisher editor RUSSELL'S
forward In his chair with his one fCepyrlght lass_ CorafU Staxton thor born in LOWE FISH COMPANY Building COUD ANY 51. c..PM Di..ere, ----

arm. the right one. on his knee. She Laurie years ago. r PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ______ SOc, 75c, asd 85e
he rather like get an untxpetc week.and
thought was a canary invitation, tomorrow.

t-- Maj. Cen. Smedley D. Butler. CIGAR :

....................... Carnegie; Palace! of Peace at The U. S. 3?. C.. retired 54 born at West STOREp AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation Ja Wrap. PRITCHARD

oday In History Hague laid. Chester, Pa., years ago. I -o 536 Flemiag Street JENNIE B DE BOER
.. 1 ped in eTery package

....................... -- Dr Joel Stebbins of the Univ. Daily Baseball Returns FUNERAL HOlE
Wisconsin born at of
1932-Tenth modern Olympic of astronomer ,
1C19 First assembly
legislative a
n America the House of Bur.E'Mle Camel opened at Lot Aageles. Omaha, Nebr., 57 years ago. I By, Wire I a. Watch Alt: P R I N r I N G DI..uw.' ,.......w -

*, met at Jamestown, Va. Doctors,
Dr. Roswell C. McCrea. dean of f c..rtMy
1034-Mrs. Anna RooseveltDall I BY
1733-First Masonic lodge un- divorces her husband. Columbia's School of Business COME IN AND GET THE fl NoTARY PUBLIC

born at Norristown, Pa, 59 years I RESULTS OF THE LICENSED !
regular! charter in New World WATCHMAKER, JEWELER{ -THE- 1IVR&fUUt
ttt! St. John's Lodge, organized in ago. MAJOR BASEBALL
Three burfaloes were bokenf'to -
!,)*ton. lead" by a lariat: champion in Oscar Merrill of New York, LEAGUES It See Him For Your Next Work s aRTC/ PRESS AahJaaee> s-ftee -

1874-Athletics defeated Bos.o Oklahoma. civil engineer, born at Manchester -- :0-- I ALL PRICES REDUCED
,, in Liverpool first profession- ; Maine 61 yean ago. 1 ; H..... 9 t. IZ-I t. a C1tueIIOp. Office

I baseball game played in Eng Libby'Hohnan, former torch SOFTT DRINKS, P H 0 N f: S.
and. singer, b trying to get out of the Dr. Elliott Carr Cutler of Harvard IETC.. I .. Saturday Hi.lab ..... ..4. Ifnw S.....

Broadway revues and into the ,,surgeon, torn at Bangor, .
l'07-Foul'ldation."tone of the serious drama. Maine, 47 yean ago.


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1.Q:;::; i TY" : -: PERSONAL MENTIONeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Remodeled Dining Room eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CLASSIFIED FRUIT SHIPMENT,

........................,........................ Mrs. Michael P.' DeBoe was an I i COLUMNteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 1'Gi"s'ti' r

Winter Visitors Junior Club To arrival terday from over the Miami East for Coast a ,I

To Return HereMr. I Hold Meeting visit with relatives: and yeS-i II Advertisements under this head week!,,- shipment of

will be inserted in The Citizen at fruits and vegetables will arrive

and Mrs. Horace Connabl, Members or-: Junior Wo J. J, Trevor vice president: of I ''I the rate of Ic a word for each insertion tonight by truck Tor Lowe's Gash
I the First National Bank, who was! but the minimum for the
of Kalamazoo, Michigan, will this man's Club will assemble 5 o'c1ockl J Grocery, 1117 Uivis.cn: street
again respond to the lure of tin Miami for a short business trip.j jI i ireturnedon I first insertion in every instance.. is
The which
in shipment includes a
the of
Key West as a winter resort and Friday afternoon rooms l I the Havana Special' 25c.
are making arrangements for the Key West Woman' Club on yesterday. I Payment for classified: advertisements large variety of both fruits ,and

quarter< with the housing department Division street,-to enjoy another i is invariably in advance vegetables is ex; ected to arrive
of the local administra' ofjtbeir pleasant, social meetings. I Mr. and Mrs.! Jack Baker returned II but regular advertisers with ledger early in the evening.

{ and other forms of yesterday; from Miami I J accounts may have their advertise- I

tion.Last year Mr. and MVs. Con-I entertainment are on the program 'I here they vent to spend a week-t .s. iirLf1f I ments charged PALACE
end vacation with relatives and I Advertisers should
give their
nable came to Key West and spent arranged by the hostesses MONTE BLUE-LILA LEE
the delightful months. This year who 'Ill\be'blta.; Millard Johnson friends. ; II street address as well as their telephone -
they are to return with friends !Mrs Joseph Lopez and Miss number if they desire results -in-
and have requested that arrange- I Edith Russell. Jonathan Catcs was a returning I ; A I HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST THE INTRUDERTwo
passenger over the East Coast yes- I With each classified: advertisement ITSELF CANNOT-STAND.
ments be made for stay of six 2-Reel Comedies
a Flagler but it is expected terday from Miami where he was I The Citizen will give free an c__... _
months. avenue Matinee I
srending short vacation with : Razor Outfit. : 5-10c Night 10-15c
will be located in another a 4I Autostrop Ask for
While here last year they oc- they
Mrs. Gates who is visiting a while i it
cupied the Clifton Bailey home on home for this visit. I -
with the children.J. '!

; I FORRENT .A i"= .,It ,. ... h" ,.... .- _'"_ ....
I E. Duane: in charge of the i ?.f

MARIE DRIVES LIKE SIXTY; SPEED amp at Long Key arrived yesterday -, }4 I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
I for a short business visit I Hour Day or Week. Repairall
and returned in the afternoon. makes and paint them with
BOAT THRILLS RUMANIAN DOWAGER Nu-Enamel. We carry a full 41'i 1 m !II 1 11 I L

Attorney J. L. Lester and Mrs. supply{ of parts. Agent for the l lj
Lester, who were spending a few Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I / ,d 5 1
dcys in Miami with And sell them as low as $5.00
r .o rrros 407 AwerIate Mew) friends returned -
BALCHIK, Rumania July 30. on the morning train yes- down and $1.00 per week. We USE ICE
terday. Buy and Sell all makes of used
-Barred from royal powers by Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

yon do oat receive your her son, Carol King of Rumania Sebastian Donpo returned yesterday Stowers company bib Duval IT'S PURER!

paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the Dowager Queen Marie I' | from Miami where he went l street. jly9 ; t
afternoon, call telephone 51 now 60 years old has decided tolJ 'I for a brief stay on business. PIANO TUNING- -

and a paper will be le.th forget her disappointment by becoming This room has been created in anold New England home, keeping tat
your borne. A complaint boy J a motorboat pilot. Babcpck Navarro who was the best features of the original plan and adding improvements which PIANO TUNER, Laureano )fo- I REFRIGERATORS

U oa duty at tkU office from She has acquired spending a week with his parents,. do not mar the impression of antiquity. The swinging door into the reno. Excellent piano for sale S.
a high- Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M. Navarro and Made of all metal
6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the kitchen resembles the old-fashioned eight-p neled door and the Dutch I cheap. 1018 Division street. i
powered American speed-boat, other relatives left yesterday tiles around the ped with WATER COOLERS '
purpose of delivering com art-I placed fireplace, add to the quaint atmosphere of the jly25-lm II
built on the shores of Lake Michigan : ernoon for his home in room. -----
plaint 10O
Help a.. give you I I t
percent serve. by caling 51 which she drives across the ROOMS f They're Economical h f
if do aot receive Toe Citi- Black Sea every day at from 70 I Dries May ands and Miss Sadie we- -- -- ----- I Ii !i
you to 80 miles an hour. Moss left over the East! Coast yesterday spending the end with Mr. and daughter Fae Madeline who] "THE :MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled 100 Per Cent Refrigeration ,
ae. I I afternoon for visit in Mi- !.Link, returned to her i I in price and location
Apparently possessing: no sense a yesterday i were guests for one week of Mr. Satisfaction i
j".I'.I.4I'1'.1.1'.1.1' ami and St. Petersburg to be absent home in Ft. Lauderdale. running water. 128 N. E. 4th I
of fear, the dashing dowager has i Graham's parents vMr. and Mrs.I I

......................... several times driven the boat at for several weeks I I George B. Graham at the home on I street, Miami Fla. --jly26-lmox) I Priced at .j
such terrific speed that it almost Mrs Ellis Archer left over the I Fleming street left yesterday I FOR SALE
HOWDY KEY WEST! overturned. The boat dipped and Joseph Pinder left over the East East Coast yesterday for a visit I afternoon on the Steamship Cuba' ---- -- -- 3U 35
careened to such an extent that Coast yesterday to join Mrs. Tinder \\n Miami with relatives and I for Tamna, en route to their home j OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two and
one of the Queen's American lady who is visiting with relativesin in Houston Texas. i bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-

By RED KERCEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee' guests lost her camera over- Miami. fice. oct6: EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
I board. Since then a Rumanian Mr. and Mrs. Dan Navarro left FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
Mr*. Berin! Adams who was F. Wallace, construe- SECOND SIIEE'l"S-500 for 50cI .
marine officer sits in
Brevity might be considered the always over the East Coast yesterday j! tion engineer with the S.j
spending a vacation with relatives i I[ U. t I
front with The Artman Press. aug7 ICE CO.
i seat queen to guard afternoon for Miami where DU. j
soul of wit, but that was before]I and friends in Key West. re- ![i treasury department who was in. 1
congress: began remaining! in ses-|against accident. Navarro will remain for a brief I)' Key West the INPhone
I turned yesterday afternoon to her I'I inspecting repairs; h I I
lion for months at a time.A By special favor of the Bul home in Miami. business- visit while Mrs. Navarro,I I being made to the Marine Ilosi -' MONROE THEATERHeather I ,
garian government Queen Marieis and their laughlar Jean will No. 8
continue -i: pita! letff yesterday afternoon!II Angel-Lyle: Talbot in

street in Maiden, Mass., is reported allowed to enter Bulgarian ter Wilbur Roberts left on the to Ogdensburg N. Y.. for a I for Ft. Lauderdale where he is in, It Happened In New York
ritorial waters in her speed-boat visit of fwo months with her .
to be covered with grass. afternoon rtain yesterday to con- charge of another project. i --also--r I 1 III
special permit. Frequently parents.
Maybe it's just an old Republican she drives to Euxinograd and sult an eye specialist in Miami. Hew I Murder In The Vanities d ,
trick.Just. a few days ago we as accompanied by his daughter, Subscribe to The Citizen-20c( Matinee Balcony, lOcj Orchetra *- I I r :
11 Varna where Boris
t King of Bulgaria Mr. and Mrs W. M. Graham i j r tlIIII- vii
were astonished to read that Herb has palaces. Mrs. Osborn Borden who was in weekly j 15-20cj Night 15-2Se !
Hoover had chicken for dinner. Key West for a short visit with i
I But she never drives to Eforia, the family. I'
on the Black Sea. where Madam
Helping a friend out of a hole i is Helena her son's red-
placing yourself in a position to 1 haired soul-mate has a summer P. I* Watson of the firm of _a. ... __ <_ .,___ ,........_ ,_ '_' ...
fall in when he's out. villa. Watson and Garrish, civil engineers -
of Miami vho was in Key

Up to time of going to press we! LEGALS I IIi I West for a visit with County Tax
hadn't heard of anyone soakingarich Collector Frank H. Ladd, left yesterday Take C ucnuiSekt
or preventing a relief worker : afternoon. me along m 'jiicz.mAamr4LLdvtSt
from leaning on his shovel handle. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ii MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA. i.v r Mrs. Hart, wife of Entomologist
CIIA5CI RY.LVINNIE I Reginald Hart of the state plant
The shortest distance betweenthe TOUNO. |i
board daughter and three sons,
cradle and the grave is a grade I vs. Complainant Uri'ORCE.CHARLES'EYOUNG .- ;I arrived over the East Coast yes- :

crossing. ;- I II i j!terday to join Mr. Hart and re-i ) k.
Defendant. -
within the I It appearing by sworn bill filed l main for several weeks. :
Proof lies fact that a in the above stated cause that the I % !
renldence! of Cbarles E. ,
Young the
fool isn't born every minute now defendant therein named is unknown I Miss Mary Louise Spottswood I
because there aren't that many I ; that he II over the age of r left on the afternoon train )'es-I
twenty-one yean; that there Is no
people driving. .
person in the State of Florida, I tqrday for a short visit with I j I
service of a summons in Chancery rj I) friends at Pirates Cove.
upon whom would bind said de-'
If the republicans aren't lucky fendant. I j
they'll. have to cast about for some It is therefore Ordered that sai !t! Mrs. DuPuis, wife of Chief End WHAT S A PICNIC ': :
defendant be and he Is hereby required gineer D. A.
convertible democrat to make a DuPuis of the P. and "
to appear to the bill of complaint WITHOUT LUCKIES?
suitable nominee'for the next filed In said cause before I, O. S. S. Company, and children ( w./ z sx'III
presidential struggle. Monday, the Sod day"orr Sep who were enjoying a vacation of
tember. A. D. 1)J5. else the allegations '
of said bill will be taken at Jl!110 days in Havana, returned on
Bernard Shaw advocates that confessed. I jthe I I s. Cuba yesterday
It Is further Ordered that this I :
convicts be put in dress clothes Order be published once each week
and sent to II-mphony.'eoncerts. for four consecutive weeks in The: arter-I
Key West Citizen I a newspaper,
Mrs. J. M. Cremata left
They can still be thankful for one published in Monroe (County Flor
thing.-Mr. Shaw hasn't yet produced ida. ; afternoon train yesterday
a symphony classic. 1536.Ordered this July 15th, A. D.' ami where she will spend a while

(SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER. I with relatives.Mrs. _
Clerk of Circuit Court. ItT .
A hick town is whose : RAYMOND -V .
a place R. LORD I5 : '
I Link wife of O. D. Link
inhabitants ha"en't sent their con Solicitor for Complainant. _

gressman at least one telegram.The 1 I JlylC-23-30; augS-U I I of the state; plant board, who was .'

fellow who yell loudest, I SPECIALSWhite Belt check
"Save the Constitution," is very : Sweet Milk, quart 19c 16 j 666 6 6 MALARIAl
likely standing on it then. Butter Milk quart ISc l 3 days

Good Luck Oleo,-with flats,

The department of agriculture! per !*. ,,.. 22cTIFT'S I COLDSS.lTtN.MDr
reports its forest products labor- I CASH GROCERY liq.a TaW. fiat day.

atory,at 'Madison, Wis., had 4,500 1101 Division St Phone 29 i{ *,< TONIC."LAXATIVE
visitors last

The village of Repenstein in the
Rare; mountains with five inhabitants -
claims to be Germany's

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