The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 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: UF00048666:00082
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I' Associated Service.Press Day Wire I tlrb i{ W ESt Cttt( I Key West Florida, has the

For55YearaDevotedtoths e! fp lcn I most equable weather in the

I Best Interests of Key West I I r&ngeofonIY140Fahrenheit country; with an average.




Liquor Control! Issue Seen FINE PROGRAM FERA OFFICIAL ''GUARDS' MAKING !1 1t [Democrats---Pin 1936 On Real----.



I .
Showdown Promised When'!NEW! EXHIBITS ON PLANE; CONFERS WITH I --- - ,


Higher I Conrad Van Hyning. FERA: administrator MEMBERS TRAVEL Looking Forward With!

Branch Of CongressBy -- COLONIAL HOTEL in Florida arrived ]i I REACH HERE SUNDAY GEODETIC UNITS IN II II Great Anticipation To

I = yesterday arternoon in a state DAYJMCHES

SECOND FLOOR OF BUILDING road department plane from Mi-\ I Coming
Despite the very small attend- | Last of the advance detach- !I I

HERBERT PLUMMER I UTILIZED: AFTER HAVING I last cm!, to join Julirs Stone Jr., its-
there ,
ance night were heard
AurIar4 lrcr
My at the eighth West )Melody t cistant to Harry hopkins'. and E. :, ,
Key l '
WASHINGTON Auf. 2.-The BEEN RECONDITIONED AND A. Pynchon. deputy WPA administrator -, Guard. Lieutenant Ralph C. Cooper ] -: THERE IS A POSSIBILITY -'. REGIMZNT
I Hour in the Colonial Hotel I i MOVE UNDER I By BYRON PRICE
some I and a detail of enlisted personnel Ubirf .. n., .. .. .
TRIMMED UP in Florida. a. %w> rialtMtl'rrt
: bouse turned thumb down en thekwD of the most outstanding selections! i I are due to arrive this afternoon OF WORK BEING DISCONTINUED .j CONDITIONS AS PREVAIL IN I \\a..kl.KM'
that have been in .1 I Today these officials and M. E'i -
presented I Hope of. real business rec
withe of the administration TEMPORARILY
1 melody hour. Gilfond, local administrator, are over the highway. TIME OF WAR i
I I ,
The second the .
floor of Key II I
in passing the bill citeatinf anew I After the Provisional Theme discussing matters relative to Lieutenant Maurice P. Shaver i > ery now figures very protni
West Art Gallery' is being opened I I I projects i I I II
,,I Song Miss Dorothy Mayfield' in West and Monroe i and 18 men arrived yesterday: I neatly in democratic .
system of federal refutation today with three new exhibits on : Ke7 i j jj ; Unless officers in of political' esj
; charge thee Officers
Knowles the : and
played "Grande Polka personnel of the
display. The second floor has been : j county. Two of the subjects are over the highway and the combined -! j
of the liquor traffic but a stiff.re-conditioned de Concert" by H. N. Bartlett in I 'I Coast and Geodetic Survey activities -: 26th; Regiment. Florida National pcctation. for 1936.
walls in shape j details
of paramount interest. These are !j are today completing -,
very style. It was undoubtedly I in Key West are adVIsed j Gcard, this
fight; !i. ;in ,prospect before the for hanging art work and lighting the best presentation ot I sewage and bridges, on which, in thq work of getting the camp.;;1 are year traveling under -I Administration official do liti
fixtures installed. i of money to carry on the work practically '
j the evening. the opinion of hundreds of well in readiness for the arrival of j the same conditions -I i tie l* ic talking about it but
measure become law. One room will contain work being made available there is ai I
would prevail
in time
done by children who have enrolled This was followed by "To A j: informed people the future of_ ,, the 265th Regiment Sunday morn-j possibility of the work being dis-l ,of > Pr'Tfe' they set treat tore by
war according
A showdown in the { Wild Rose" by Edward MacDow-l ing. i It to advance information -. recent .
is promised I continued for I' gas of economic i...
West period.
in the classifications a
three Key depends. j
I received by The Citizen I IJ I Ij
j ell, offered by Ma:;aret Zinaida j II ti By tomorrow everything will bej
senate and possibly later in I of art classes started shortly after von Mietk-Liuba. MacDowell ranks 1 I ready. Gas connections made' Lieutenant W. II. Bainbridrei,j from St. Augustine headquarters 1! provcmecl; and they argue that

COD'I school recessed for the Summer.In 'I in charge of one group of en-, 01 the adjutant general if the depression is defLiilely and
among the leading American CMU- | from the mains to the kitchens. allj I I J
ference on two important STEAMER GRANADA ; gineers. received this '
addition to a display of this posers and his compositim was* electric connections made and a telegram |( Heretofore the regiment has .I obviously on the run by midj .
fed.rat'' type of work the room, will contain -,! ( ;;;t week advising that up to date no1 i traveled in Pullman
of the bill ettinf up the preesnted with an understanding I I i 1 i equipment installed and all neces-i funds had been available' cars thisj j summer of next year, nothing! on
a display elementary work|I of the composer's mood. ( COMING TO PORT sary for the officers and men to'I' made : year travel is being made in day, earth
alcohol administration madenecessary done by children at the Coral Isle I do and by August 3 the force must j coaches. The 265th Regiment of can stop Mr. Roosevelt's re-
A selection their
from Giuseppe Verdi's on arrival will be to:!
fact that when Casino_. kindergarden.. .f opera "II Trovatoro" played t![ move in pet equipment and effects -j! be reduced to a number com-: Florida, is the only national guard i iI | election.:
by the I with the For this
J Since the classes were startedin I patible funds now on I unit traveling to "ield training by j reasoning they: r'
by the commodore, was next. Verdi -j placed and to |
prepare spendtwo
the invalidated I, June, by Stewart Leonard, director FRUIT VESSEL WILL ARRIVE : I;' hand. I I rail j ji 1 the lesions of political) MRegardiesa
supreme court j I the great Italian com]>oer, was I weeks of intensive study and,, I .
of the gallery many' j Lieutenant E. R. McCarthy received -, Mrs. of other i:<.OUf; '. AI
I Mayre Woodward, wife
born in 1813 and died in 1901. !i !! practice. in a perfectly arrang-edl j!
NRA it also stripped th. old!students have shown remarkable i the same information. lie of the regimental oummander, will'I! ican voters have a habit <>
: About the middle of the last century -1 : and equipped camp, under the:
FACA of all it authority. progress. Miss Bitsy Morgan,I I he wrote his most successful j f FORTY PASSENGERS ', most healthful and pleasant con-;', has in his working party 48 mem i i! arrive in Key West tomorrow in j i electing in prosperous yet; ,

daughter of F. Townsend Morgan\ ( operas which assured him of im- !; ditions. !: while the party under Lieutenant:: advance of the troops in order that !I changing administrations' ,in

The first of the. concerns the M has been teaching; the classes since I I mortality. .! I i i I Bainbridge is composed of 20 men.;J:she' may be on hand to welcome :years. No one doubts Via' n 1 '.
in July. About 90 &tudentsi I iI I In the latter part of June a' the colonel !j hard times rather than
early |I In 1851 he composed 'Ri olet- Steamship Granada of the: I ;, and regiment when :m'%
identity of the new agency of enrolled in the three classes FRANK I similar telegram received'': mental conflict of iiir
are RUSSELL TO i was they arrive Sunday. > >
tone in 1852 "II Trovators. "La I( Standard Fruit and Steamship j
control. for grade school pupils,I Traviata"] came in 1853-three oft;!, company, is due to arrive in port I I with practically the fame instruc-j j Colonel John O. McNamara assistant -! against' conservatism, whit'i i !.
another for junior high school: I tions but before any action was, adjutant general of Flor-j.j most to do with Mr. 1I0o\'( I'
the standard works of !i
I every opera i ii this afternoon from Philadelphia!j ji BE BURIED HERE ''
The administration recommended and the third for senior! I! taken another wire was received ida. former member feat in 1932.
pupils, i house written in three successive!i and will berth at the Porter Dock j jcompany's j j,: |[ a of the rcgi-,j:
school students. i I I' f rescinding the order and inj-lruc-j and I Some of tlue'lemocrstuuh'> .,
high ; j ment officer
commanding i
to congress that an independent years. Only a genius of Verdi's.kind main pier for fuel oil'I I !, ,I off;' .
J I Two of the rooms on the second i i ), tions issued to continue the ac Battery "C" of Daytona Beach| gist are begiMa jr to sr a
could do that! After and i j
agency similar to FACA |I j j I provioions.While : j 1
bcI floor will contain recent water!, j BODY tivities. will arrive with Jar situation itr 1926. Luis: ..
I' in 1871 when I WILL ARRIVE TOMOR. the troops and be ; i
established. contention twenty' more years j the vessel remains in port i ii : i j'I
The was color turned out | ,! Lieutenant Bainbridge told The of and eorawrvattMi wffl b
productions by the Franco-Prussian War was raging i until about midnight the' cruising'! a guest the regiment during <-
that an independent body would! artists connected with the Key* j in Central Europe, he wrote![ party of 40 will be entertain ]' ROWONNOONTRAINFROM Citizen yesterday that both he..: its stay. talked of du. the ('antI",, .

have more prestige better able: West Administration. Much of thi [1 j another materpiece that will last with rides to points of interest,I I IjiUncing MIAMI I and Lieutenant McCarthy are j I !Mr. McNamara will arrive Sun- CoMittMtioMAtm will. bei$ .i. .

to discharge its quasi-judicial I work is by artist who joined the as long as music will be played:1!! and music at the Garden''ofRoses ; i I hopeful of being instructed. later';1 day evening; with Lieutenant Leon;; from ww end, of last c..nni."

duties, and show ,a ,greater; re-I'group comparatively recently. IThe I Ir "Aida." t _, !' and.. the Hwbana-JladrU' j on. to continue the,work as there:, C. Waldren. retm ntal adjutant,!!the 1! otherFNK, say th<-.".

fponsivc to public opinion" (during J !'r fotirthronis'given<< "over Verdi's intoxicating music belongs -i}! Ch'b. The body of T. Frank Russell. is still much groan.t tirbe covered | and Mr*. WaHfrnfi* They will remain -*' ip.eIiS&p! ; ei'i':

the present experimental >stage of r to a display of handicraft produced to the new school of Italian j j Lighthouse: Tender Ivy, which II former building contractor of Key before the project will be com| during the encampment.<< I may well l be the econonnI <
relief workers in the pleted. i Major P. L. Wall commanding i, tion of the country :
u .1
repeal. I by opera musk. in contrast to the .vent to Garden Key yesterday j i We't. who died Thursday in Miami ; I 'n
'Bu'k Sales Issue Vital handicraft shop of the social severe formal German operas)! with Troop 5. boy scouts who will will arrive here tomorrow Even; though/:: there i is a cessa-. the Fint' Battalion i due to arirhe : amount of oratory ran r''!1"n
service department "of the Key j jI I ,i tion of activities for a period,* over the highway Sunday!j' Favorable Factors
The house thoughotherwi.se.. Fchool. Verdi possessed unlimited 1 I stay for six days at Fort Jefferson -'. and will be taken to the Pritchard ,
West Administration. This work :j the offices in the lighthouse evening, accompanied by Mrs.i' The
I i never
inspiration. returned this morning. experts sit '
the fact that i Funeral Home where it wi1-! re-!
Despite Secretary
Morgenthau had appeared before includes bags; sandals, belts, buttons "Salut d'Amour" by Edward I !' main until definite arrangements i! headquarters building will continue -) Wall 1 and Mrs. Stanley S. Barchan t' about the meaning of c."<>"ni ,

buckles ash trays and! other,, Eljrar was next on the program.t have been made for the funeral{ active heads of departments and son Billy.Another i trends lilt thoMr who >I.,

the house convmittce and registered products made with native raw) played on the violin by Gerald COLORED \WOMAN ;i: !the time of which will be announced j be retained and towers remain: officer of the regiment; ; l pronperity is on the way 1
the house
vigorous objections, '
- : fl' 1 standing erected until orders'I due to arrive in West Saturday !!'
materials.The Saunders. Choir Director of the : later.: as Key called' attention "_nil)' t..

vested in a authority subordinate for liquor office of control the gallery will maintain ibreular First Methodist Episcopal Churchof I GIVEN HEARING;' ; The deceased vas 57; year old i j are issued to resume the work. |I commanding is Captain officer Edward; of V. Garcia,I]. ]highly inieret*i.nj facts.j .

; hours being; open from 21 Key West. Miss Knowles was! and had been reridin? in Miami) Battery j Duriitp those fcnottner "

treasury more department.Far important however, P. M., to 5 P. M.. and the publictis ) (the piano. I t !MTICC J 1017!) at which time he l left; CONTRIBUTIONSI "B", Jacksonville. He will come!)|' when industrial .activity

invited to see the variety of I; This! was followed by "Th i ;Key West to take his residence I over the highway. !|, l lags, there hal besot a wi.I! '
is the second point of disagreement i : up
ARRAIGNED BEFORE PEACE Captain William B. Keating. M.i .
new exhibits on display. j ]Pines" by H. Alexander Matthews 'there. : quickening instead. Wil'-" .i''

administration.The between. the house and the I I rendered in excellent style J i JUSTICE CHARGED WITH i',I lie i i' survived by his widow I NEW\ MUSIC C. regimental surgeon will be in';'! j ing into wearisome statist', t

by Miss Knowles. The reproduce charge of the advance detachment -' rencntative features of ln,
house removed restrictionahitherto REV. DAY WILLARRIYETONIGHTj I Anne E.:: ; two daughters Mrs. F.J. '
1 tion ,was reminiscent of the pine VAGRANCY ,' Natolis of Miami and Mrs.\ S ARE RECEIVED. : of the medical section. He'i i i include:
imposed on interstate woods "whose arches frail and I Clements! will arrive in advance to make the' ,. A- sudden rlwe t.-J ,
sales of liquor "in bulk"-that is, I Jaycochs, Jr., of Key ;p-i
in kegs and barrels. Bona fide high: breaths with an organ's solemn ---- ; West; a son, Franklni Russell, Jr., ;| j1j 1> necessary medical arrangements Auction, always regar
hotels and clubs under the house melody." I Juanita Taylor, colored, was!'! Washington, ,D. C.; two sisters,j| MEMBERS OF KEY WEST HOS-l *for the regiment. leader in the va.tv) ,i'

Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- ; given a hearing this morning in;!, Mrs. Minnie M.gthaus and Mr?. J. .i I I[ Lieutenant William C. .arlt" *. portant field. of the ">1">" .
bill in wooden
may buy liquor 1---1; j Liuba then played the graceful j I the court of Justice of The Peace'' S.' Gibson both of Miami; two' PITALITY BAND VERY,!i of the medical detachment will i induct .."
containers and resell to their
Mrs. Day>I Ii strains of "The Sylphes" by C.l3achmann. .!Frank O. Roberts: on a charge of,,, 'brothers, Ralph R. and Melville:j i MUCH GRATIFIED IN IN.!| be with the main body of troops) An even greeter jumi!> I _
patrons. city accompanied by
I j after which the commodore -'I vagrancy. I II :AT.\ Key West, and three grand- : I arriving from Jacksonville, Sun- the sale of automobile. ., '
Joseph II. Choate former chairman i and their son. Malcolm are scheduled presented a. second selection children. I I TEREST SHOWN IN MATTER no special; tiwiMii, 1-!
As in the case of 11 other j'' II! day.Officers cause ; I :
of F FACA advised to to West this |
strongly; return Key I
i. j from the operetta "The Csar- I of the regiment express An upturn in home '
I colored who have beunirecently
against such a move. Secretary evening; over the highway. I It ItI das Princess" Emmerich women J the opinion that the .
( by KalI ramp stmcti, a realm when
Morgenthau flatly declared the I Rev. Day has been absent from ,man. i I j arrested and given' preliminary -' | i I I this year will be one of tM most
I :, hearings on like charges, OSTERHOUDTSt Members of the Key West I10sI -! weflbetnjf and !"
move would complicate enormously the city for about three months | successful
"To A Wood l yll" by William'M. 'j ; ever held. Officer's eral confidence of the ". 'i
the enforcement of most of the time benig spent in : the defendant was placed under i pitality Band are very much grati-
existing: \ Felton the 4 and men are glad to be on their .
was next on program -I bond of $50 for her appearance; ARRIVE HERE! fied at the ready and satisfactory'j : nary citizen:; usually arc '
laws. Other administration officials the Naval Hospital in Washington. !
} played on the: violin by Ger-: : way once again to Key West. fleeted.
argued in like manner, but D. C., where he went. for treat-i aid Saunders with Miss Knowles a*1 at the next term of criminal; j I responses to their appeal for contributions -;i They have always appreciated"the An of .
I eaorng credit. <
14 ron
I IOn court. with which! to purchase >
were ignored. ment. j i f a helpful accompanist. In this i| 1 very kind hospitality of the drop in interest r te.M-..
Opponentl* Three Points I the return trip home, the I I j j ni mber Mr.\ Saunders showed a : | FORMER RESIDENTS WILL new music for use at concerts. J![ citizens of Key West and feel ing that h ar*w| bank .
This for contributions
Lines are being drawn in the, party stopped in Ridgecress N. Cbesides -. f,' (finished style of pIa,ing. PICNICS FOR i plea was;I sure of a very pleasant and instructive pluses are thawing.A .
SPEND VISIT WITH RELATIVES published in The Citizen several'da's
t visiting other cities in that :; "
senate for determined } A'composition > Leon Jessel I' j visit. ,
a fight; to y marked increase I in '
enact a bill more in accord with'J t 1 section. I "Wedding Chimes", rendered by [ AND FRIENDS ago; since then contribu1tiona Dr.1! Battery "C"* will not bs with iaraance of"''i" nrcuritn.
JUNIOR PATROL! have been received
'j During the absence of Rev. Day by ,
the administration's ideas, egpecially Margaret Zinaida led the small regiment; this year as it went way an evidence of in.i .
as to the question of'[' the Sunday services were attentively listerinj; group into a i'; ,II -:- I I William R. Warren, patients at!, ,to Fort Barrancas for arti-aircraft trial ex pa.......
the Marine Thompson
ed by Rev C. A. Cox : Hospital.
sales "in bulk." 4 Cathedral where a wedding was in' )training. The regimental com-)
tor of Miami. conduct-I |! ItI. Osterhoudt for a number I! Ice Company, Home Drag Store,!i !! Boom Predicted
Administration prepress. i J Two picnics will be given to- ) ;manner: Hopes that next year conditions Kconomist .
supporters say I of years a teacber in the Monroe\ !; Wing Lee Grocery, Customs; | pntttt out. fu i"
privately the reason the house Then the commodore played: ',morrow for members of the Key!,'! County High School and after-{(,r House. The Citizen Publishing! ( will be BO that the necetl-I that these and' other f.iv""

went against their recommendations NEW ARRIVAL AT I "Golden Melodies from Old Vien-? Wet Junior Patrol who have ward connected with the United t j I Company. Store of Fashion and gar-\ armament and fire control;indications* have develops.t .
I 1 na." by Franz Peter Schubert. Had I worked the equipment for anti-aircraft fain- .
number of
is because in debate the required States immigration; service, and I'! I |lime when eonresa is 10 .
William Sons
I Schubert onbr Written his 600' hours. ;: 'I j i Curry's Company. j ing will be Installed at Fort
question was reduced to the level i! i; Mrs. Osterhoudt arrived .rester- Further contributions to this Taylor -i dealing uncertainly with thj <
of a struggle between the bottle I) RUSSELLS'HOMEjj!| fonfs: he would hare been among*\ White members of the patrol'' day over the East Coast. j jUp i I i fund are receivable by George I II j in order that the entire reJr-j I vital i ijwttem and when. ,..

makers and the cooperage the immortals.! But he. also left;j)! are to gather at Bayview Park at: to the time of his retirement;I|I I Mills White, director of music j ment may again be together in!J f mental spending i Is at a ";>r ;

try and that the barrel indus-I Announcement has been made:! masterpieces in the field of instrumental 930 a. m., and from there will'' from the service :Mr. Osterhoudt; ;:i and arts of the administration,i, ,Key West for its annual training: i; level than had been capOn ,'.- ,

simply won. of the birth music. ) proceed to Boca Chica.; Colored and 'period. this baah.
of a son! yesterday fgmily were in Puerto Rice.and I Foster Gomez manager of i an In.pl'i
The opponents of sales "in afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Adel-|', With great; .nticipation those; patrol members are to gather at.: lie and Mrs. Osterhoudt will spend I !;! the Key West Hospitality' band j brainem boom is forera ,in .

bulk" in the senate will base their I bert Russell: at their ,residence.i[ present looked forward in to the' !I jthe' Dougless! School at the same.;' about a week in Key West asj' The concert last night at Bay-i MALONE LEAVES I qtjrt/ when the nornia'onal '
"Moonlight\ Sorata" C Sharp I 'time.
arguments around three main J 0.1 Packer street. The new arrival -' Minor by Ludwig van Beethoven.'' They also will go to Boca guests of Mrs. Virgil Lowe and' i i i view Park was well attended, by) "< fall upturn eoinrulf! v. "

points: has been given the name of Chica. |: family and their son and daugb-i'!'an audience which! evidenced its!! congressional; adjarnmenti :
I S Beethoven in 1770
1. It would mean a break- Adelbert. Jr. f I' was *x vn ; I The picnics are being sponsored ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas appreciation by thunderous I OVER HIGHWAY::i I the becinnmjf of large: -
died in 1827. He was not mar- applause -
down in standards established :Mrs. Russell by the recreation section of' disbursement
before marriage Osterhoudt. i of the $4,000 i"' '
in the consumer's interest. was Mu I I lently in love and it ill said' that numbers. I I i I
2. It would The adMi"iatrati
permit tampering
he composed the "MoonlightSonata" BRINGS IN An added feature to the program CITY'S' CHIEF EXECUTIVE TO;,
by wholesalers with S. WHALTON i cials are not snaking rxt. ".
I NEW\ and which
SPECIMENS one happily
in one nig'it dedicatingit i tI was
1!! .
distiller's pabticclainM
product. I SPEND FEW DAYS IN j ; M that thf"\"
i I received by the audience i
to the adorable Countess Julie i were
3. And it would constitute j vividly the ,
: GuicciardL 190 !I r the vocal numbers by Ruth Rob- I repercussion
backward in the direction I I FOR ] MIAMI !I that unfortunate boast ,ri
It was Beethoven who showed ; PASSENGERSI ierts I who has been titled "Little I
of the old I i Hoover adn ini.tration
pre-pro- I that in the hands of a master the ii :Miss; Key West.HABANAMADRID." I I. that i J'"
hibition era.GOOD. I I perity was "just around the
I Rev. A. L. Maureau. of the local to I { '
sonata form is easily adaptable
Catholic Steamship Cuba of the P. and i!I Mayor %%'in.- n. Malone withj i i tier." Official utterances (,n 'Ii
Church. is in ofa '
receipt an infinite variety of content. .More specimens were added to>'iO. !. S. returned :
company yesterday chauffeur left the ,
i over highway.;subject, are certain to '
be dc'ii I
''d i'
letter from
Whalton I :
POULTRY Sublimity is the dominant characteristic -! collection at the Key West t. afternoon from Havana' CLUB! this morning for Miami. He .
ly qualified.All
who is visiting in Chicago; and other -: of Beethoven's work. Tropical 'I 'i
Aquarium '
: yesterday.Through
| 140 first class I1
It'. Cheaper Than Meat sections. Among other i \ j passengers and' Saturday Night !' stated he expects to return Sun-:!, the same, the situati...
things Passionate intense and start-: \ the of
courtesy Thomp-! 20 second class for Key West; I Ii I I
FAT FItYERS ; 'day. the
BROILERS and subject of much
j )Whalton wrote: j ling; dissonances make Beethoven i son Fish Company, three large j jj first class for i lively"'
I I | passengers Tampa JjDANCEjsj Mrs Malone is enjoying
Raised On My Fann i a saI!I;! ert throughout Waahingtu"
I "Chicago; is a big city. Getting'I II differ from his teachers of 1787: green turtle were placed in one I There \vere 80 aliens theh90 : "
j with relatives
among cation in
Fulford's Poultry Farm i hotter every daI prefer Key I Cluck Haydn and Mozart. (" of the crawls at the rear of the tj) i;passengers. Of these ;; For Members and Cuesta 'I will return with Miami,:!rightly'I: ; or wrongly the in-;,"
and Mr.
Phoae I II{I West. Hope to be back home I j A sonata is composition of r aquarium. been i tion for much of the Derri '..11i
: 880 Deliver a These have lent t76! '
I I soon." I (Continued on Page Four) ''by I the fish company. ; *for ': ere impa.for Key West and four j l), SCRIPT $1.00 I',morning.it was learned at his office this I I I I;i talk over that but the the shouting.1936 campaign t tI 1- aI



FRIDAY. ATTttCST 2.Pnbtih -.. 193j.e .
....................................... .
ittp tst .uttlt A SERVANT OF MANKINDTo .......... yesterday from Governor John W.' ........................

\, NOW AND THEN KEY WEST IN I Martin and will assume the.duties J Today's
* TUB CITIZEN mUSHIG: DAYS GONE BY She intend* to go to Miami to I J
P. A HTM A.V. Pre.lde.tJOE Anniversaries
ALLEX. AulBtaat BMMM XaMcerfrom even one human life is a most worthy ac (By STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON) .I confer with Mrs. Edith :M. .vUkina -!
Th iUun BuUdlcg Happening Her Jut 10 who is judge of the juvenile ........................
Corner Green. and Ann Street complishment. How splendid, then to :................................................. Ago Today As Take From snort in Dade county. '. 1754 Pierre

Only navy Ncwptp Count In Key,. West and Monro. have been the discoverer of a method of I (Views or tion of wealth,' 'production= for The File. Of The Citi ea !i French-soldier-engineer C. L'Enfant.in tl>.'

Entered at Key W .t. Florida a. xcond clan matter saving the lives of countless thousands I preMed in The "'I use and not for profit and numberless Frank tV. Robert, 803 Olivia American Army of the Revolution
solely those of other radically inspiresentiments" d Edward L. Potter, district di- street, realtor, is meeting with who>> planned Washington t>o well 1
FlFTT-SIiTH TEAS not only of the past and present but of and not of The 'I I I rector of naturalization i
will be in I great success in the real estate and so far ahead that it took a
'The Aiaoclated Mrabvr Press.f th ta.exclusively Au.ete4 Pre.ntltl_.d to 11... generations yet unborn. I!I In fact he agrees with Cot> the office of C. .Rodney Gwynn[ field I at this time. His clients are|I century to grow up to his plan
for republication et all -aew. di pateb.a _edited to The Sunday (July ) Williams on only one point, name- August: 8 for the purpose of con-j! i so well pleased< with their put- [Lorn in Paris.' Died in Maryland:
It or not otherwise credited In. CnU paper and also Such was the ,service to mankind ren- of the two Miami ly. that the way to handle fie situation ducting preliminary examinations, the local
news published bere.1PVIIONAl dered bY'Sir Joseph Lister famed English carried a feature J(I I is to .educate the youth of for aliens who desire to apply for;I i as soon as a purchase is made the i
\ IJOOlAl) than all of their the Nation to see things.in the desired citizenship. Mr. Gwynn who isI 1 buyer Vflitn the property with| 1802 -
>>, >Cl4T10N surgeon the 100th anniversary of whose conventional sermons. way. The possibility that deputy clerk of United second States''' ) r. Roberts for quick turnover I j Cardinal-Nicholas, born.\\Died st'man.Feb.English 1.;-.
: 1935 birth was celebrated at Westminster Ab- One was a paid this next generation will arrive at court has offices on the I I 1865.f<
of a Mjlitary i t conclusions of their own, seems to f floor of the federal building. At the Monroe County High''
Year _. RATE.Jn 110." bey in London and was noticed by scientific Col. J. P. Williams, !1 occur to neither of these able an'conscientious d School .n> White street Thursday! ,
Six Yontb. COO I earnest night the members of West!1 1820-.John. Tyndall) English
men and the public in civilized an gentlemen. This pos-- The nome of the late MVs. Alice j Key
On ThreeMonths* Month -- j.6o.*s land. every to inculcate : terity, of whiche hear so much Grillon 411 Olivia street is being' Temple No. 20, Pythian Sisters.!'!physicist born. Died Doc. 4, 18)3!)
.wetkly. .ZO I i youth of the land, 1;i and know so little might even won rated to clear and beautify the will stage an entertainment for!
ADVERTISING'RATES'Vad I Our own Public Health Service in a Fred J. Manning, : der where both of these (by then) grounds. The demolition on this, ]the benefit of Memorial ehureh.The .' 1832-Henry Steel Olcott. New
known on SPECIAL application.KOT1CB published statement called attention toLister's Harvey Seeds Post antiquated philosophers pot their small cottage removes one of the'' entertainment will comprisethree j| York City lawyer' co-founder <>
All reading notice, cards of thank, resolutions of Legion. Both were :!I funny id sag. oldest landmarks on the island.;I I big acts and is entitled a|i the theosophical! movement I in
respect, obituary notices etc. will be charged for at service to humanity through his evident sincerity and About the lest any of us can The property originally belonged i j""Night in Music! Land". j I America born at Orange, \. J
the rate of for It entertainments cents a line.Notions by churches from which discovery of the efficiency of carbolic acidas and presented do. under the circumstances, is to to the late ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank ;! Died in India, Feb. 17. 1907.I .
a revenue Is to be derived are E cents a, line. an antiseptic in the_ treatment of wounds philosophies. They /i' manfully pull our weight i in the Gunn who sold it to Mrs. Kerr. < Editorial comment: Anything I
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion.of I *!
public Issues and subjects of local or general and in infection cant because from the boat try to avoid rocking it, and mother of James M. Kerr of this 'of wood is" appropriate for a'| 1833-Elis.ha Gray. Chicago
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications preventing after surgical standpoints, they avoid any bloody arguments; about city.c I:!present at a wooden wedding:, electrical engineer and inventor
I operations. Before Lister's discovery hospital issue which will -be the best way to arrange; our moorings j J i except wood alcohol. I whose: telephone patent application

gangrene was common, and operations sue before the :: until we come in sight: ; of son Varela and Gibson is the name'| i I reached Washington. but a few
in the immediate possible mooring. of new firm of real estate: There was an interesting game: hours later than did Bell's. born
frequently followed
by erysipelas gret that lack of But., if you are enough; of en dealers which has opened for! 'of baseball played yesterday at I I in Belmont Co. Ohio. Died near
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN blood poisoning lockjaw. American be interested in the barracks between the Indians
or The high adequate quotations.The to a business. The office is ,at &12' j Boston. Jan. 21, 1901.
est surgical skill was set at naught by these "question before preview of the contest awaitingthe Fleming street. The firm js com-1''and The Regulars.'! The Indians I

accompanying causes of suffering and I may be summarized country you will profit by securing posed of J. M. Varela who has kwon by a score of 4 to 3. The 1835-Moses Coit Tyler, clergyman -
1. Water aryl Sewerage. and reading carefully table ;game was thrilling with a. number j
we regard for conducted a furniture ] professor of American history -
death. As result of Lister's I of Col. William :] years |of feature which '
a methods presentations | plays brought
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- I as a mould into which business in Key West, and M. B.' !J and literature at Cornell.
? land. became possible to extend surgical treat- :the Nation must be and Commander Manning.Today's Gibson member of the board the crowd from their seats. born at Crurwnld. ConI). Died at
j. ment into fields formerly inaccessible including !we set about training ........................I public instruction. Mr. Varela STEALS FALSE TEETH Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1900.
\. Free Tort f !to prepare for social been on trips to the various keysin
abdominal chest and brain I
4. Hotels and .arrments sur:changes which would Birthdays the Florida chain and is familiar WAYCROSS, Ga.-A negro pa- 1S54-Fcancis Marion Crawford -
gery. :call for additional ......................... with property values in that tient in a hospital! in this city popular novelist of his day.
5. Bathing Parilion. Another epoch-making contributionto I the Constitution I 1 section and in the city stole a net of false teeth from a son of a famous American sculptor -
U. S. Senator Nathan L. Bach-
6. : Commander ? fellow patient and sent them hometo born in Italy. Died there.
Airports-Land and Sea. Lister :
by the
surgery was employmentof man of Tennessee, born at Chat
the be available when he out. April 9. 1909.
impression that he The Hogsdon residence on got
7. Consolidation of County and City "catgut" in sewing up breaks of human 'redistribu'I' tanooga, 57 years ago.
gard a willingness Duval street next to the old Kel-
..i. Governments tissues, instead of silk. "Catgut" stitches such changes as ,! lings building was sold Saturday
Grenville T. Emmet of New ,
are finally absorbed whereas the silk remained Col. Williams would 'York Minister to the Netherlands for $35,000.( Tre property formerly -} 4--
lieve that such ; belonged to William C..
as a source of possible future irritation i born at New Rochelle N. Y., 58
Dull brains result from a deficiency of table (if we are to ),J Pinckney of the firm of Benner
'j ars a1'o.Charles. We will be pleased to have consult about
or of abscess formation.In you us
and that no time is and Pinckney for
many years
iron! scientists say. Also from a surplus of i I'I -
recognition of his eminent services educating youth to business firm at No. 19 Old Slip) how
I Ipossibilitit's you can
bone. Francis Adams of Boston
Lord Lister received of a j) New York City. They were the'
honors. He
many was former of the
distribution of the : agents and buyers for many Kt-yt
Mussolini has heard of t..e Ethiopianin president of leading British scientific so- industry. j Navy born at Quincy, Mass., 69 I West firms including that of the'

the woodpileand wants to see what he j cieties, was created a baronet in 1883, And upon this 'I j years ago.Westbrook. j jI William Curry's Sons' company. I Build Buy or

looks like. raised to peerage in 1897, and was madean Presidential elections j I Peeler columnist.: I I II ,

original member of the Order of Merit Quoting Col. |}born in Minneapolis, 41 years ago Arthur II. Sheppard Maitland !
system of each being !I Adams Joe Cabrera and J. F.j Refinance Your Homeor
Square and doughnut shaped coins instituted in 1902. He died in 1912 at the fish self and letting Judge Martin T. Manton of the Beaver delegates: to the I

have been suggested'by the president. age of 85. the hindmost, is 2nd U. S. Circuit Cocrt. Brooklyn, I Convention held recently in Port-' I
the time our children land. Oregon returned to the cityyesterday
Naturally. [ N. Y. born in Ne-y York, 55 yearsago. '
all worthy and accept ', 'I over the East! Coast. t repair or modernize any type of
I MILES OF HOT DOGS are going to consider i I Ii
Key West likes federal fare and is templated] action of ''! James A. Bacigalupi of California J. A. Jenks. of 824 White,j building on insured credit

asking for more.-Tampa Tribune. Just Someone has estimated that the great their neighbors as to 1 law;er-*>anker, born at street, is making preparations for!;
like Oliver Twist. American is socially fair. They 1 Santa Clara, 53 years ago. organizing; a new scout troop in!;:
appetite about
requires I
four anda these things not in the j I
Key West. All boys having attained The FntNational Bank of Key West
half billion hot dogs a year and someone mode! of the present ;j Dr Winthrop J. V. Osterhout. the age of 12 years :and' ) |
To every young maiden marriage i is a else has figured that if strung end t.> takes quietly for member' of the Rockefeller Instif not connected with, any other,I ., i
he can. while urging f!I lute for Medical Research born i iI in troop are eligible for membership.,
solemn thing; and not to be married still amore end this number would reach to the moon. else to be honest. J Approved Mortgage Under the
I I New York 64 years ago.
solemn thing. Both may be right, for all we know. will have an I -- Miss! Ileen William recently

Anyway it is certain that few viands either an honert man ;!:j.I I Duncan Campbell Scott of Ot- appointed judge of the, juvenile FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

The saying that there is more pleasurein have attained greater popularity than has but he can not taw'a, Canadian poet,born 73 years court in Key West Monroe
both. How shall
we ado. j county received her commission
giving than receiving is too often applied been achieved by the hot dog, since its introduction children t,.; be among | i

only to kicks and advice. about: the year 1900. They Commander Sir William ;,Watson. famous I -

I have been known by many names, includ- with devout reverence English! poet, born 77 years ago. IIIII.I'I.lIII

This is ing frankfurters manner of preachers : ......................................................................
a world of give and take and red-hots half-smokes, Bible) some parts of i I CAUGHT SMOKINGPHILADELPIIIA.Joseph

push and pull, with more taking than giving barkies wieners, wienies, Coney Islands, tution and the

and 'pulling harder than pushing. Vienna sausages, and goria sobathi, the dependence and sees; A.
elements intent upon a Money of this city sought to have
latter being the Russian designation.The of American ideals. his daughter arrested on a disor-

Naturally we are in favor of Stone origination of the term hot dog is he says, "the demand derly charge because he caught KEEP OUTThat

bridges, although any others will be accepted credited to the late T. A. Dorgan, who social order,* for the her smoking. I

even if built wth laminated straw. used it in a cartoon in 1907 and hot dog -

it' has been to the American public ever 1

For the first time in ten years, the since undignified as the name sounds. Pesky

.American birth rate rose in 1934. The When properly prepared it contains Mosquito

emergency relief administration is doingits about equal parts of fresh beef and pork,

;part. ground fine and highly spiced. Garnished ; ,

I with mustard, chili sauce a bit of onion vw Knock Down I
"" Screen Wire 's
A National lottery would cure the and sauerkraut-weU, everybody knows 0

habitual small gambler of the gambling what it tastes like, and everybody likes its Hot I :tic :. I Screen Doors :: =m

,'ir-f. and put the professional!' gambler out taste : 18c o

of )business.!' Three cheers for the hot dog, and *?; ; 0 85c -

long may it wave! Yard Up

Yearly in the United States 4,500- Weather : :

000,000 hot dogs are consumed it has been MODERN LOW-PRICED HOUSESThe r. : Adjustable SCREEN :

estimated yet the supply of canines appears WINDOW f

undiminished.One Government program for home ENAMEL i

building has stimulated operations all over Is Here SCREENS SCREEN 0
of the best features of a vacation the country. New private building enterprises 28c awz j

is the chance to come home again. The are said to be humming. The new : 0

significance of Home, Sweet Home is small-sized homes cost only about half as S 80cuP i Up

more apparent from afar. much as the older houses. Flat roofs become It means food spoilage. HOLDS All THIS FOOD)! 1'
natural sun porches; and sound- Why not prevent this and X ma n2k.J*2 !,'pet.cmm :
1 os. c 1 Ib.butter .
Now they tell us there are two hun proofing is one of the easy contrivances of buy a General Electric refrigerator *Ptcs.-cumc J btci.2 cans catnap tnucJHMC r

dred billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy new building materials. The new homesare which has *1 told 4ltM.KMM cbeiiies :l 2 bead I hi.Mcoa INSECT e

and our solar universe i ja a "fair average." built to expand so that they may provide proven to be the safest lettuce ito*. to_*I.toc bin* .clumberC : I:b::acbcel : K IL S- IT
? 2 ffp* tr. *2 I
What do you think of that? for larger families, and m.ore com way to health as it keeps lefflocu 1 4 r tir-it-1-tiiifn i, dojen.oicnce I tb.* i SPRAY i

forts. your food always at the lard, ..2 left-over to.- :
t4.ee 1 <|water bottle :
An Atlanta youth left waiting at the There is a keen interest in the American proper temperature. 2.vmcfcfrccEtas. r* 12Ol. '
ikbct2 Ibs. icd
o< )
church returned to the marriage office to Houses in which Owen D. Young is The General Electric refrigerator carries a five i 1 Pint 15c 1 Quart 25c i

have his $5.50 refunded. He had a lucky identified with Foster Gunnison president ,
year protection plan and needs .attention.
escape and is $:i.50 in pocket. of Houses, incorporated. Their new Moto- j no i i Gallon 49c 1 Gallon 95cSouth =

homes at White Plains, near New York, Invest 1n..the largest dividend paying: article that g : /z

The peace settlement after the war stand out as models framed in steel into .can be bought today. .' : :

wad founded on the principle of national which are set fireproof, indestructiblepanels. For as little as $2.00 down and $2.00 a month

pelf-determination, the assertion of which These houses are serviced by a I you can eliminate waste from food spoilage dur-

i is today's greatest threat to peace. Vide single: power unit taking care of a large ing this hot weather. Florida &
Coifractrng# Engineering Co.
Ethiopia. group of buildings and furnishing power I
Ask your neighbor. There hundreds of satisfied
plumbing, heating air-conditioning
electrical -
General Electric Piece: spa White aad liza Streets
Advertisers users in Key West. =
can get help from The and other necessary features and j 1

Citizen advertising department in The houses arrive
planning services. iu

pre-fabri.1 1I borne :is worthy of the best"
messages to buyers but it cannot help cated parts so that with a few simple tools I The West our \t.: ..

the merchant. who hasn't a worth-while they may be assembled and made ready toj' Key Electric Company ..

product to sell. occupy in a short space of time. .....................................................................:
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........... ............ 'I HERE ON SUNDAYBy I AMERICAN LEAGUE

EXPLAINS LOSS OF LOPEZ St. Louis at Chicago Knott or
TUNERAL HOME OUTFIT I II I Temperature Coffman vs. Jones.
SPORTSINDIANS I tonight and Saturday; gentle Hndlin
i ---- J I Highest! ...--. .__....-...._.-_._......88 winds mostly southeast and b. -Cleveland at Detroit-
Editor, The Citizen: ( JOVE) Lowest __,'....__. ....._.._.._.._._80 I vs. Auker.
I I desire to explain a few unjust On Sunday afternoon begin-; Normal 'Mean ..__......_..............S4! :,: Florida: Generally fair tonightand New York at Washington

accusations and also make clear ring at 1 o'clock, the Cuban Club Mean ..._.-....._._.........._.............84. Saturday. Broaca vs. Hadley.Philadelphia .
the decision that caused my team I baseball nine will cross bats with R.i.f.U.Yesterday' ;, Jacksonville to Florida St ts1 at Boston-liar*

I to lose! the diamondball contest"I the Wagner Beer outfit in the Precipitation .0 Ins.! and East Gulf: Gentle variable, cum vs. Grove.

--- -- Wednesday night. first game of a doubleheader. Normal Precipitation .... .13 Ins. winds
..........................*......................, Primarily, I wish tostate thatI i Beginning at 3 o'clock the second .Thl.ter.rd mm :-I-II..r pealed' mostly southeast to aouth- NATIONAL LEAGUE
HALT : was in order by "kicking" I Ii game will be played betweenthe ..dl.. -t N .'.l.rk thla ..r..It. we'=t; weather partly overcast tonight I Chicago at Cincinnati-Lee vs.
i against the decision handed my ; Tomorrow' AlmanacSun and Saturday with I Schott.
GOLF scattered
DOINGS AROUND THE LINKS i Funeral Homers during that hectic:l Pirates and a picked team.The rises ... .. .....__...___. 5:56 a. m. showers Bortno! at New York-Smith YS.Cattleman. .
SOX; DETROITUCKSJROWNS fourteenth inning. ', picked aggregation will Sun sets ..._ .. ..--.... 7:10 p. m. j t' over exreme south por- .

I composed of players of the Moon rises .__.__.......... 9:26 a. m. tion.
.GRAVY Mow, Mr. and Mrs. Fan, during Brooklyn at Philadelphia-Munro -
(By ) calibre M. II. Gates
of Griffin. _
Moon sets ............._.... 9:30 .
s....p.i.i..at................c.c............ this inning the player of the Gonzalez. Bethel, Pie Traynor p. m.Tomorrow' WEATHER CONDITIONSThe vs. Syl Johnson.
- - - - - -- - -
opposition! at bat with a man on Alb In grab Fruto, Baker. Tides Only games scheduled.
J Some of the boy braved the'high Mr. Samuel Ephraim Harris cannot ry. am.
j witha
i second base, hit the umpire A.M. P.M.
and others who will give the Buccaneers heat
; wave contnines
I grass on the fairways the play when it is too hot and batted ball. The umpire-in-chief a fight until the last man High ..._.._._.._.12OG 12:10: throughout: the mid-west unabated Little Rock, Detroit, Charlotte.

ST..LOUIS CARDINALS VICTORIOUS sandspurs in the traps and rough, I yesterday being a very cool' day immediately! allowed the runner on is put out.Today's. Low ...-._.._.._... 5:39 6:08 where temperatures again I.Dallas and Cairo.
OVER CINCINNATI mosquitoes on the anatomyand (!sourcazzism) :he took Old Bye, I second to advance to third. Folks. Barometer 8 a. m. today: high the wereI Showers occurred during the

the wrath of their wives on mean it the other war around, and Rule No. 32, under the heading, ......................... Sea level. 30.11.WEATHER I very; and Ohio throughout Plains Mississippi last 24 hours in the Dakotas and
REDS; PITTSBURGH 'PIRATES account of late 'supper in order to I!, they also had Charlie Salas (a "Ball Dead Not In Play." read and Missouri Valleys. Statee thence eastward to New England
; get in a little of the game of golf.: descendant of the first' Juan Salas like this: "The I mall is dead and Horoscope FORECASTI maximum Valley. The following -I in Colorado. and on the middle

DOWN CUBS j Of course,-on account of_the aforementioned -. who gave the Indians a Chinese not in play if in case a fair ball M..1............... temperatures were' Gulf coast. Elsewhere the weather
,. :reasons Jot of guys penny for the island) and Sam. fair! i I recorded yesterday! : 104 degrees was fair.
strikes the umpire while in Today contin.ics the tendency to i (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) at Dodge City; 102 degrees at
failed to arrive but those that .did Duke and Charlie played a entleman's territory. The ball shall not be Pressure is highest off the South
luxuriousness and love of display. West and Vicinity: Fair Knasas City 100 .Birm
Key degrees
AMlal .. Tae' CUlmrmt had a nice time. .hunting ball in I!. game., It seems that OldBe considered in play until it is held which is somewhat hidden by the I ingham and; Fort Smith at 98 degrees Atlantic coast and a low pressure!
NEW YORK, Aug. 2.-Tbe the high grass or maybe taking a j got by'with a few lost! balls the and the umpire ; area of wide extent is over the
by pitcher natural tastefulness. The what is vain at t Louis
person merely 1. Kooxville.
sources on ,
swing at skeeter and then.I! while Mr. Harris hunted on number southeastern portion of Canada.
Cleveland Indians triumphed over t a now j shall have called play. II
on this day will te magnanimous -I show. It will !>e well to spend according Chattanooga, Omaha. Shreveport. Over
the Chicago White .Sox, 8 to '3. II believe that the pesky thing eat |I. six for a half hour for one. So, dear fans by the foregoing and open-handed but shouldbe to the means, but control Oklahoma City, Abilene and North Rocky Mountain and
that dodder plant business you : Sam says wasn't: the balL at Plateau regions, pressure is stagI -
it is : that this decision
The Indians salvaged the final easy:; to see very careful not to waste re- the impulse.. Platte; 96 degrees at Washington.I nant.
read so .much about .now. Before was the stroke he minded losing. incorrect.I I
Mime( of the aeries by pouncingon they started to experiment on the i ways
I I'I'I was also accused: of not taking --- -- -- --
Carl Fischer and Johnny Sal- with said there
course plant were Ike Russell and pal, Pete Taylor any of the Busy! Bee players on I
veson for 14 hits including homer but a few skeetersNow: there are made up a tvosome. More fun oar proposed trip to the tourna-
and a double by Odell Hale, '[millions but maybe there would be I Iseveral I was had in giving Berlin Alovsiusthe ment at Miami. Folks! the follow-

and three doubles and a single by millions if no cuscutajvmbellata razz than in playing the ing players were invited to make
I was but with] the trip: Carbonell. Acevedo, Rob-
Lou Berger. I names like that and mosquitoes] game. erts. Hale and Castro; but'through .., 7&!
Cincinnati's Reds slipped back to not being able to read nohow why I Iit inside workings of their teami i i Annual

rixth place after a day in 'fifth: seems that it didn't do much i Bob Stowers and Bob Spotts- mates! all refused to go except: \,

position as the St. Louis Cardinals I good. But let us get on with our wood teamed together and showed I Castro, a manly little fellow!

beat story. I Berlin Sawyer and Samuella In conclusion T wish to thank
them. 7-5, while the Brook Goldsmith how the t
to play game.
i Mr. Brantley for the hearty cooperation ) -
lyn Dodgers were disposing of the Mr. "Pious" Walkins'and his But Samuella also showed them I did not get from him. .

Boston Braves. A four-run drive : old partner Mr. Russell Kerr, put I how to play on number 13 when also to thank: them all for their

off yours Emmett Nelson in the the whitewash onto Messrs. Strunk be made a hole in one. Anyway.Bob sportsmanship! (U) manner.
first inning aided try successive 1'! and Pittman. Not only that but &; Bob are very happy and CHAS. LUNN. JR.,

triples by Medwick and Collins.' Mr. Strunk, in showing how balls I Sam and Berlin are very; sad on Mgr.. lore: Funeral Home. OLD RUONNINUPC

and Gelbert's double gave the I' should not be hit on number two account of the first named gen- Key West Fix' ,
Cards the victory. i tee. gave a very good exhibition.j) tlemen cooled their thirst At the August 1, 1935.AWAITING ; -
The Detroit Tigers battered I It seems that be dunked two into!loss o{ the last named gentlemen

three St. Louis pitchers for a 6 : the pond before getting over and 1!,. .but next week it will be an,. ANSWERS TO ,

to 3 victory in the rubber game of I then says it was on account oft 1 other story, claims Berlin andS APPEAL SENT OUT HERE
their series, choking off a Brownie Pious talking. However. Strunk'is ': m. It seems that Stowers is an

rally in the ninth to gain a halfgame I' i no loser. ., ,-he made his caddy adept at the come-on game.: He Editor, The Citizen: .
over the idle New York take off his shoe and go after :took Berlin out Sunday and let In regards: to the article which

Yankees. I same.< Mr.. Pittman helped Mr. 'Daddy beat the sox off him. .but you published in The Citizen [ Ct-

The Pittburgh Pirates again Strunk. lose while Mr. William |yesterday was another story. Thursday, July 25, per '\iIling; to )
came: to the aid of the faltering Wesley did himself proud by tak-j' However Daddy says he is a man the appeal by the Hospitality Bandof
New York Giants when they turned I ing several holes\ all by his lone-!,and can take it. Which also means Key West, it seems that those !i iJ

I back the challenging Chicago I I some. I next Thursday again.FOLLO wishing to send a contribution do

Cubs. 6 to 5, in the final game I not know where to send it. W.e I

of their long home stand. The I ................................................. have not received any answers yetas
defeat dropped the Cubs a full I to the opinion of the merchants

game back of the Giants, who' WINGTHROUGHBy and business men of the city in regards -

were not scheduled to play. to a radio broadcasting station -

Tom Zachary was more effective -I for Key West, and we are
in the pinches than Ben Cant- interested in knowing what is the
1s f
well and the Brooklyn Dodgers general opinion of such
took the final game of the series .......................................... ...... For the information of all who/ The biggest trade-in-allowance since

with the Boston!! Braves, 4-2. Our.local boy Bill Gates. is still times up. an average of .500. HeLs wish to send in their opinions or I 1932!

After losing two straight to the going strong at Sanford and the ( followed by Ward with seven contributions, they are requested ]I Ito A brand new DeLuxe gas range em-
Boston Red Sox. the Washington club is not winning through no hits in 15 times Up. .466. For the address them to George Mill bodying every modern feature, built to our
Senators won the final game of fault of his. He is fielding and I Lopez ten the leaders were: Kerr White director of music and fine own specifications especially for this \

the series with the Red Sox, 9-5, his hitting has been timely. Last with five hits in 17 chances, .294 arts. Administration Building or Round-up for only $49.50 (and your old
as Earl Whitehill scored his ninth Sunday he had a "run in" with the l and Sterling with five hits in 18 to F. Gomez business manager of stove .
I )
triumph of the year. Cocoa .catcher. The Sanford Her times at bat, .277. Pitching rec- the Hospitality Band of Key West.!
The summaries follow: ald had the following to say about ords show Ward won two and lost I Thanking you for your past I These are the startlinp features of the

NATIONAL LEAGUE the affair: "Cates and Smith stag- one; Tynes won one and lost two; i courtesies we remain.HOSPITALITY. I greatest Annual Old Stove Round-up yet-
At Cincinnati R. II. E. ed a thrilling battle at the home A. Lunn lost two and C. Gates won BAND, which began yesterday.

St. Louis _...2 plate in the second\ : and they two and lost one. I F Gomez, Manager.
Cincinnati ....._....._.. 5 10 1 thereby established a rivalry which Key West. FlaJily ., In addition, you have unresfrictedchoice
Batteries: J. Dean. Heus!er, of other in stock.
moment. : 29 1935.Today every range
break out ,
may at any I
Hallahan, Erickson and Delancey; Extra police will be on hand they In the Social League; the club I Somewhere in the lot will be just the one

Nelson.! Hollingsworth, Frey and I' said, to prevent any trouble be- standing is well known to, all.match-I The I ........................ you want, at the price you want to pay.
Lombardi.! six clubs are about equally
I tween "One-Punch-Willie" Cates ed since! they have been strength-I I In History Make your selection now. Know the '
and Smith the next time these two I
At Pittsburgh R. II. E. clubs meet. ened with new: players. The Beacon ........................ advantage of using a modern range with
Chicago ..?,.....__..._-m._ I 5 10 1 crew have good players but I all latest improvements-that will still
Pittsburgh ..m..__...... 6 10 3 their first poor management. So I think that 1776-Engrossed Declaration I COOK YOUR OWN WAY-and of Gas,
Batteries: Warneke, Kowalik The since Pirates January.played and, the boys with a couple of players and good of Independence: signed in Phil-I. the best, quickest, most economical-the / '
and Grace. !;I game leadership they should be in the adelphia. /i'
and O'Dea; Cwift. Hoyt still have their batting eyes with ideal cooking fuel.DURING .
1 race.
them. Pena hit two doubles and
At Boston It.JI.E.1. I 1832-U. S. troops defeat Indiana -

Brooklyn ....... ... .. 4 11 0 two singles, in five times at bat. in Black Hawk's War.
II Griffin (Grandpa Bliss) hit .a The club that is going to the THE
Boston .... .__...__ 2 11 1 double and two.singles in three state diamondball tournament at
Batteries: Zachary and Lopez; 1855-American Dental Association -
times at bat. A. Acevedo hit a Miami on August 5-6-7-8 as
Cantwell andMueller.. homer a triple and a single: in five said in a recent article will be the organized in Philadelphia. i HERE are the details. Specificafions for

I I times F. Aoevedo, Jr., (Great t weakest that has represented this l
up. STOVE building this were The best
AMERICAN LEAGUE grand daddy) hit two singles in" city in a tournament. Well it is 1914--German invasion of Bel-I Yotm OLD range : possible

At Detroit R. IL E. two two times Joe House and no'fault ef the manager. He iij- glum tegan. I DeLuxe model for the Jeast .possible money. .
St. Louis ............_....-': 382 I! up. cited number< of Busy Bees players [SO DOWN 1 I .;. .
Carbonell pitcheda .
Detroit .....* ................. t 6 14 0 I Pnby (Specks) make the trip and'all of- 1927-President Coolidge penned I Result: Oven heat control; automatic lighter;
I bate to see to
good 1
very game. his historic:;: "I do not choose :
Batteries! : Van Atta Walkup. these boys when, they are in prac- fered excuses except Castro. Theyare to run. ." I fully insulated oven, enamel cooking top,
Thomas and Hemsley; Cro'\Vder.1 tice and start hitting. They also i going there representing Key
Japanned enamel burner
grates, wells, clog
Hogsett and Hayworth. for that if no 1928 and
played errorless lall. West and reason, -Italy Ethiopia signed -
other we should wish them luck a treaty of friendship and arbi- II. I proof top burners, "H"'; type oven burner,
At Chicago R. H. E.
Busy" Bees won the eerie from on the trip., tration.CLASSIFIED. cast iron
sanitary cooking
top front
Cleveland F.--..._. 8 14 0 over ,
Funeral Home ten three ,
Chicago ...._._.._ 310 0 games Lopez to two. and each and every Administration\ pool tourna- .... ..................1 __ _. practically indestructible iron base, sturdy

Batteries: Lee and Philips! Bren-, content, with the exception of one ment will start next week. The i: door hinges
zel; Fischer, Salveson and Sewell.!, were hard fought from start to games will be played at the Cuban improved door springs all steel

washin-;;;; finish. The leader at bat was Club Wednesdays and Thursdays i doors, tiltless oven and 'broiler racks, sealed-
At R. H. E. I Ar-I

Boston .. ......--_.__... 591 mando Acevedo with 11 hits in of each week.DIAMONDBALL. COLUMN I i heat door linings. White with black trim.

..... ...__.... 9 17 _. -
Washington OJ ............... I Offered as a Round-up.Special for only l

Rhodes Batteries and: R.Hockette.Ferrell; Whitehill Walberg!' BEER BOYSVIN\ I FOR RENT '
and Bolton. DeLuxe Tabletop DeLuxe :Magic i 49

BALL CONTEST! GAME TONIGHT BICYCLES-WE Hour Week.RENT by the gas range C'h e f gas range. with roar. stove
Day or Repair with famous -
LEAGUE all makes and paint them with four Econospeed Red Wheel Lorain -

Na-EnameL We carry a full ners, slide broiler
I Oven Heat Regulator -
LEAGUE I (By JOVE) r (By JOVE: ) supply of parts. Agent for the with Astogril all and all other The oldest gas range still' in service rounded
The newly organized Waa } The Busy Bees and Lopez Fun- Roilfast and Dayton Bicycled!, Pother
Club- W. L. Pct. modern feamodern exclusive up during the Seventh Annual Old Stove Round
Beer nine defeated a picked team' eral Home ten will cross:;: bats tonight And sell them as low as $5.00
.. \
.. ...59 37 .615
Detroit New York ..._......._ 62 37 .584 at the Navy Field yesterday aft This will be the last! game down and $1.00 per week. We I tures. Special color Special Magic Chef color features.combinations up will. be taken' as full payment. for the new
Buy and Sell all makes of used i -
Chicago ... ...._ .... 51 38 .573 ernoon. Wickers pitched for 'ttxe these teams will play before goingto Bicycles. Phone 276. J. combinations available available on range'on which it is traded in.

Boston .. ........__ 49 45 .51 Beer boys and allowed! but one the state tournament at Miami Stowers company, 616 R.I' on order. During order. During the .
Cleveland .. ........ 46 45 .505
.h. the Round-up only If have of the "old imer "
single which was made by Ogden. Monday. street. Round-up, only you one many
.. .453
Philadelphia ... 3947
Washington __.. ..... 4Q 1i5 ..421St. The best hitters of the game 'The Lopez club win present a I till in service, trade it m! Jt may be worth a
LoIl A .........._ 30 62 .326 were Joe and) Dick Navarro.In full team-the same as they will $114 $69.5O brand new modern gas range.

the field. F. Aeevedo aDd .M. put on the field when they play .
PIANO TUNER Laureano M -
with your old .toT. with year old stove
NATIONAL LEAGUEClub Lopez starred. their first game at Miami. reno. Excellent piano for sale
W. I.. Ict. Batteries for
tonight's will
Score by innings: R.. II. E. game cheap. 1018 Division street.
New York ........ .... 60 33 .645 be C. Gates and Ingraham for the
Chicago ......-.62) 38 .620 Picked Team- Embalmers. and Ward and M. Ace- jly25-lmo FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY"Your

St. Louis .._._.._... 56 38 .596 oeo 000 o-o 1 2 vedo for the Bakers. ROOMS

Pittsburgh ... ._.._ 55 44 .556, Wagner Beer- The contest will get underway
Brooklyn .._.._... 42 52 .447 211 012 z-7 8 1 at 8:15 o'clock.Subscribe "THE MUNRO"..-Rooms tines- Gas Company"ROY

Cincinnati ......._. 42 54 .438 I Batteries: M. Acevedo and celled in price and ;
Philadelphia ...__._ 40 53 .430 Moreno; Wickers: Rodriguez and to The Citizen 50c running water. 128 loutioa'i j E. LADE, Manager _

Boston -- -- 25 70 .263.J. Navarro. .. weekly.! s*, 'r3;;; -:* 4 street-Miami. F1a.. jly26-lmox



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SYNOPSIS: What Rt. floor, "Monkeyl Tort adorable!1b.. I e e e s e e e e c...C e S C S.C.C C C C C C C C C C C C C.e e C e e.e e e e C e Ce .
to Lamrlo'it ,. I Director. School cl tomobiU .
to married' to repay prd..tlla/. said. -Bat. In case yon Host Miss J. Vascos lonentAtM-a' C.icsposd.sssSebools:
<. atray o, Higkt. Latirio ..iiiIk.r Albery told me,he'd asked me, Wm. R. Porter Mendell's Exclusive Men's Shop .

*...*titter end fey Qtadyt Marie arc""Albrry asked,",for JIG e,.tplovt .- over tonight especially to amuse, To Dinner Guests II Weds E. Rivera ,will sell on special sale this week! ;

Glad ft.froth i:40*and* Lonrto.In .*And. .., yon.- bolt Unshed mer-1 I MASSACHUSETTS MAN ASKS I LARGE NUMBER OF REQU'ESTS' high quality men's pants at avery I
At which they : ofl
.meet "Jimoif Smith" tit Alberto r-; ;: \
WinS It. president Josefina Vascos and Er
-tho talrk <*, that hit namo itnot tHy and Gladys raced him to the, IF SAME METHOD IS EM- MAP? FOR TINY SPECIMENS attractive price according to)
Smith, but Oattas.Chapter house, as fleet as Atalanta a pale the First National Bank enter nesto Rivero were married last I today's advertisement

blue streak of light under the moon. tained last night with a turtle evening at the home of the bride's PLOYED IN SECURING NE. TO BE USED IN LOCAL j G
21 a thing of exquisite (race. dinner for a email group of parents, ifr. and Mrs. Manuel Thi.4 store! h also featuring/ ,

On the Monday afternoon Laurie guests. Vascos!, 513 Olivia street. CESSARY WATER CISTERNS Mile on yowng men's pants which' :

DINNER DATE and Gladys went back to London. Among those present were: Mr.\ Rivero has been employedwith ,I ire!' available in a variety of materials' -

DALLAS had that something! that All Sunday morning Laurie bad Julius F. Stone, assistant to HarryL. the Western Union .Tele and' all 1 sizes.!

creeps Into a girl's mind. Into worked, partly with Mr.- Albtr)', Hopkins!, E. A. Pynchon deputy graph Company for many years "I think Key West is about the Hundreds of gambu&ia: arfinis.or I THE following method usually

but for a longer period transcribing WPA Florida administrator. Con- and both he, and his bride, are when a wheel you want to
her heart. Into her blood. Above place to live in I have fish. LEGALSOTirK
some Important ,spec1oaU01Ia.AIber7 rad Van Jlyning, FERA adminis- very popular with the younger pleasantest "mosquito are being remove sticks so badly that the ordinary
a11 Into her Jimmy her several i wheel-pulling methods fail
Imagination. congratulated uI
times and seemed genuinely cur trator in Florida and 1[. E. Gil- set. ever been. I was there in 1906. placed in one of the tanks at the "\ OF M%<'TKRtl.K Jack up the corresponding wheel on
Dallas was glamorous. lIe could fond, local administrator. The ceremony was read by I Notice. i I.. hereby given, that under the opposite side of the car Un-
create an atmosphere. a mirage alight prised at her Intelligence. Notary Public Enrique E.<<)ui- 1907 and again in 1930. The Key West Tropical Aquarium 'and by virtue of a certain or< rand screw the hub nut of the wheel you
On the Tuesday she went to the decree of foreclosure and ale
that never was. While It lasted. office as usual, expecting 0 her' em- Arrange Dance At i naldo, Jr... in the presence of reason! I did not stay longer was today to take care of the large made.. and entered on the ZSth day want flush to remove with the so threaded as to bring end the of
1 1JIabana1Iadrid their families and intimates. I f June A. D. u JS. In and by th-
yon saw only him: everything ployer to come up from Cambridge Habana.'M ad rid Circuit Court of the Twentieth Jniiciat the axle. Then strike the axle end a
did was right: there was no other shire. She was told by his right- They will be at home to their on account of the drinking water". number of requests for the small : Circuit of the" State of Flor number of sharp blows with a heavy
hand man that he had telephonedearly numerous friends at 513 Olivia ida. In and for Monroe County In hammer.The combined pressure and
world. Thus writes Charles E. Kennedy fish A. C. Tanner, sanitary engineer I Chancery. In a cause therein pending -
to say that he would not be Club will sponsor street, first floor. wherein Lorence. B. Burdick is jarring will almost always do the

She smiled at him eagerly, as he at the omce until the afternoon. its regular Saturday night from Whitman. Mass., where he said this morning.One i iI I plaintiff and Burbank Realty Com- trick.
talked his characteristic love-non She waited as no further news dance tomorrow night at the usual tra will furnish music for the affair I pany. a corporation organized and CCC
sense to her and beld her at arms' is now staying! but expects to be 0 'I exitin under the laws of the Statef To straighten out dents in the
came and It was about five o'clock This is for members and tank was stocked with the Florida and Gato Real Estate & body that can't easily be gotten at
length admiring her with his hour.DeJ's
: I their back in Florida on or about October Improvement Company, a. corporati -
strangely shining brown-green eyes when he turned up. Habana-Modrid Orches- guests only. tiny fish a few weeks ago. with .. organized and .existing under! from inside remove the enamel
"Yo. have heard from )Moore* 1, and is desirous of comingto the laws of the State of Florida.! from the damaged area sandpaper
the that
and playfully pretended to bite --- --- the announcement they were
was hi. first question when she was West. are defendants, foreclosure of lien and apply a light coating of solder
tiny velvet forget-me-not wreath summoned to his room. I C C e C C C C C C C C C e C C C S C C C C C C Key available for persons wishing to of tax sale certificates, the undersigned -'! Bend a strong wire at right angles!
which of her rich Mr. Kennedy asks if there has Special' Master in
through some BARGAINS ATLONG'S Chancerywill and solder one side of the angle to
golden curls were threaded over "No. i ; been any change in the methodof place them in cisterns and other offer for sale and will sell all I the center of the dent.Form the free
"I've just had a wireless from PERSONAL MENTIONMr. public outcry, for each In hand to,!
one ear. and said excitedly. "Flow- securing water of if Key West containers: of water which mightbe the highest and best bidder at the''! end of the wire into a hook and in
I could ou're Marseilles. I couldn't understand STORE front door of the County Court! sert a bar to act as a handle or
so from
erface eat you. I is still securing its supply mosquito breeding places.
what he was doing not getting House of Monroe County. Florida!I lever. Pulling on this or using it asa
pretty you delicious little thing! back before this, but It seems poor C C C C C.C C C C C C C C C C C C C C CCC the clouds and keeping it in cis "The response to the oftef in the City of K.yVe..t. Florida'. lever will usually pull out the

lie asked her what she was goingto W. L. Osterhoudt, -: : I terns' as! formerly. during the legal hours of sale, on dent. Touch with enamel after
Wilmer Jones went down with fever. Mr. and Mrs. w-ji Jr- made has been most gratifying Monday. the ith day of August A. up
do. and was delighted that she and Moore had to bring him to Mar arrived yesterday from Miami and'! Long's Furniture Store 800 One' citizen to whom The Citizen D. 1JJ5.: : the following described, removing solder with a bloa,"Wlsh.:
was to be In London for a time. the subject of Mr. Tanner said this morning. land situate. lying and being In the -- -
seilles by easy stages. He says he's will visit for a week with relatives Fleming street, is featuring a 10 was talking/ on County of Monroe State of .Florida' Subscribe to Tne Citizen.
"Well have lots ant lots of fun! coming on as soon as he's settled and friends. day sale on household furniture water anent Mr.\ Kennedy's letter, The gambusia, after being!: to-wit. '

fin supposed to work the4uost (2) of Martello Towers,
offices. We'll have glorious a subdivision -
missing men are doing as well as Mrs. Louise Maloney, who was'' contains special prices the number of people who think mosquito larvae and pupae eliminating according to the plat I I
secret parties. you and L" possible in hospital on the CoasL"HOW rer-I dinnete Key West water the best in the thereof recorded' in Plat Jook
visiting in the north with on breakfast sets iets. the pest before it reaches ..
"Secret! What for! ( them conle erne (1) at Page I in the office
atives returned on the Havana! dining suites, bedroom, ,and world and some of ot the Clerk of the Circuit
Jimmy looked at her with mock rool1\ The fish be obtained
Ions will he beasked each season to drink it in quantities maturity. can (Court Monroe County. Florida I
despair. Special yesterday. j; living room suiteS! !. at the aquarium without cost by. and : RUSSELL'S:s
"It'll hue to be secret. I must During this sale all purchaseswill Lot Sixteen (it) of Block Two
'make understand. My father "He doesn't say. I should think be sold at cash prices! on Mr.' Kennedy asks concerning persons willing to utilize this natural (!) of Martello' Towers" a subdivision -
you Mr.' and Mrs. Julius F. Stone
ie'd get off today or tomorrow. I accommodations for the coming method of combatting the according to the 1>lattber.of
must'nt know that I've got a dear from \ easy terms as listed in the advertisement recorded In Plat Book 'I
Jr. returned yesterday a
thought would be bound to have
yon A season and his reply will be lent' mosquito. One (1). at Page 14*. in the office I I
little pal like yon. He'd simply goo in this i isMie. special
heard. in Havana
vacation of four days j de of the Clerk of the Circuit CIGAR STORE
to him by the FERA housing
the deep end. My mother's a 10 percent discount is given ('ourt.
-No. said Laurie again. She felt accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Monroe County... Florida
pet. but she can't stand up against unaccountably hurt She had not BalL I I for cash with order. partment. BANDS NUMBEROF nd
him. Nor the Lot Seventeen (I?) of moekT..o
can my except bad a word from him all the time. I (Z) of Martello Tower a -0-
married one. and I don't trust her." lie LEGALS subdivision according to the
Have I got to keep yon dark from might, as he line had kept'up Insisted appearances on her Charles Faralda and brother! FINE PROGRAM DOVES HERE plat thereof recorded in Slat Daily Baseball ReturnsBy
sister asked. Jacob who were in Key West for.! Hook One (1). at I'atre 14ft. In
my Gladys doing so. RENDERED ATMELODY "\OTirB OF MMTER'S!' 1'LKNOTICK the office of the Clerk of the
"You said she was Albery's secretary "1 expect you'll find a a few days left yesterday afternoon \ IS HKRKHY CJIVKN, that Circuit Court Monroe County Wire
didn't you?" for their home at Daytona, HOUR under and by virtue of and pursuant Florida
when yon get home said Albery to that certain decree mad' .
W. W. Dcmcritt, Key West collaborator Dated July J. 1532.WiLLIAM
Gladys: nodded. consolingly with that note of friendly Beach. ndentered on the 2Jth:; day ef V. ALBURY, -0-

"..m afraid you.will. Flowerfacefor Interest In his voice that he so (Continued from Page/ One) June Jefferson A. I)B.. 1 Browne.'35, by the Judge Honoral.le of the with the U. S. biological W. CURRY Special HARRIS.Master in Chancery. COMEINANDGETTHE

a time. You see. Albery knows carefully cultivated. Tin sorry I'm Mrs.\; J. D. Mack and children usually three or four movements, Circuit Court of the Twentieth survey of Washington, has alreadythis Solicitor for Flaintiff.JlyS.lZ.iS.C. I RESULTS OF THE
my old man welL I can't take the late Mrs. Moore, but I was delayed. Damaris and Beryl left yester-' and it is written primarily for Judicial Circuit 1 of Monroe County,!i reason banded 14 mourning ; aug I
risk." Florida. 1 In Chancery in that certain) i MAJOR BASEBALL
There are a few rather Important day afternoon over the East Coast, solo instruments. The great architects cause therein pending wherein, doves.
"Too talk like a cowardly baby!" letters. Do you mind staying for a for New Smyrna where they will! of the sonata form Clemen- Gr..eV.. Adorns is .,.,mPlainant.1 MONROE THEATER ; LEAGUES0
said Gladys nervously. Somethingthat and Henry II. Ketcham Mr. Oemeritt says this is unusually -
bar spend a vacation with Mrs.' Maek'sparentL ti. Haydn and Mozart, contributed Ketcham. hi. wife, if married James Oliver Curwood'a famous -
she did not understand In her' early in the eason for the
"Of course not. If yon want me. to the shaping! of this kind of musiCal and If dead their unknown heirs.deMsees. ., novel in WILDERNESS MAIL I
was offended. But she didn't wantto Mr. Albery." said Laurie. She was grantees or other claimants arrival of the birds, as they do not. CIGARS, CIGARETTES: ,

let him go. always at ease In their purely business 0 composition. and all persons hating: or as a rule, begin to make their appearance Will Rogers! in f SOFT DRINKS,
Beethoven and the
Then along interest In to
claiming an
You, don't know father Dr. C. K. Vliet. presiding elderof DOUBTING THOMAS
relationship. world in- land hereinafter describe, are de I here until late in August ETC.
sweet. And I'm absolutely dependent "Ton have an exceptionally clear the Miami Methodist district,' This giant of the tone fendants. the undersigned! SpecialMaster Matineet Balcony, lOcI
on him. I shouldn't get a shill who hare for a brief visit!jected human emotion into sonata in Chancerv. appointed by Some of he has and Orelaea-I I" -
mind he said to her after be bad was I forms Under him the different said decree, will offer for sale and those caught tra. 15-20c Nght1
ing. If I rubbed him up the wrong asked her' a question at the end of left yesterday afternoon accompanied sell at public outcry t,> the highest.released were carrying bands whichhe
wsy. I tell you. It's a dog's life his Miss\ ( forms of a sonata instead of being bidder for .cash before the front ,-- -- .-
dictating several letters. 1 should by daughter. had placed on them last sea-
became door of the CountvCourt bLouse In
keeping him quiet and managing to think you could make decisions Billie, for Miami and will leave] adjacent Monroe County. Florida on Nunrtav. son. These birds may have remained -
have a little fun!" items of one organic complete August 6th. A. I). 1915 (same,
quickly and wisely. v this week for a motor tour; in this vicinity during the
"But. If I'm not to tell Laurie. bow 'whole. Architectonic outline, with being rule day of said court, andA
Laurie was pleased. She knew she through the states and to points interim have departed.
legal sales day) during the legal or may
shall meetr infinite the minutest
asked."We'll attention to
we Gladys was efficient. She had made herself in Canada. hours of sale, to-wit .between 11 and returned with the others.
manage don't worry! rye detail is Beethoven's work I o'clock In the forenoon and :2 o'clockin
so.Albery the afternoon of said day the 10 DAY SALE I
got your address. It was your sister looked at the clock. It Miss Mayfield Knowles has I
was John R. Scott. of Miami who: following described. property to Subscribe to The Cit.izen-20c:
I sat next to at dinner, I flnd. he after six. grasped the spirit of the Aloon-I satisfy said decree by payment of .
went on. with a half.Imothered "Would you mind going on a little was in Key West as a guest oft I light Sonata" which is the amounts therein specified: eekly.
Gomez left On the Island of Kf'YVf'.t
laugh of amusement.A bit standoffish State Senator yesterday -
longer. Mrs. Moore There Is a report I most difficult piano compositionsof being Lot Twelve (ii). Square 4
and like a school marm Isn't on this fuel that we were work- afternoon. J all time. Her presentation held One (1), Tract Eighteen (lv). KEY WESTCOLONIAL I
she Wouldn't approve of little be according to plat recorded in I On Household Furniture5piece
Ing on on Sunday. has to typed something of the atmosphere .
Jimmy. I'm afraid!" Mrs.\ Arthur Mulberp. who was' Plat Book 1. I'alte 4% of Mon HOTELIn
very carefully because the man has the very early 19th. century.An roe County Florida, Records.KAYMONU / .
In that moment through his light made so many corrections after the here for a visit with her parents., expressive. flowing waltz, i R. LUlU I

magnetic tempters voice the seed last test It would be a great ad- Mr. and Mrs.\ J. G. Kantor. lertl reminiscent of the colorful daysof I Special B. CLKARU.Master JIl In .Chancery.ALLAN the Center of the Business
of deception was sown In Gladys's for If I yesterday for the home at and Theater District
vantage me can have It to the Hapsburg, "Les Patineurs"The !Solicitor fur Complainant. I :
frivolous souL She knew that Laurie night." hokee. I Jly.U-U-U; augz ,
Skaters Emit Waldteufel
( ) by ,
wouldn't approve of Jimmy Dallas. 'Of course I shall be delighted dosed-the presentations. i I First Clan-Fireproof-

She would have to manage so that Mr.' Albery. Ill take It and do It at Ed. Ball representing! the Du- The eighth Key West Melody SPECIALS SeoiibU Rates
ber sister didn't know of their meet- "
once. Pont interests in Florida. and Hour was given in a home-like, Western and Florida Meats I I

Ings. "Would It be easier If I dictated Mrs. Ball, who were on a visit to! intimate settinj the musical per- Large shipment YOUNG HENS, i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl

did not tell him of the Inci ItTLaurle studied Havana left yesterday afternoonfor formance being of the usual high fat and juicy i
SHE the sheets and the home in Miami. Carat Elevator
of Laurie' a finding the gold shook her head. standing. Bermuda Meat Market i Popular Price

clgaretcase.: and that she bad spokenof "No. thank I would rather do
him as Jimmy. Smith. What a silly It myself yon; Mrs. C. W.. Goethe and daughter Lydia, arrived yesterday ,frpm Phone 86I-W Quick Service I
Lorraine left yesterday afternoon Havana route to Miami foe White at Virfinia .Street
old his father en ,a
tyrant must bet! She : ..
went away typed the letters ... .
JaekMBTllle'B .. .1.1( .. ...1I -
".:JD m1. do you really love mer : flrst and took them to Albery. and for Tavernier where they vacation. While in Key West; I

she asked as they spoiled! back. A then became Immersed In the tricky will spend a vacation with relatives they were entertained by'' Mr..anti SPECIALSWhite t I THE SEMINOLE

doubt was In her voire.'"You knowIt work of typing the report. Time and friends.H. Mrs. Emil Holm, old friend .of Belt! Dairy-

we're going to keep It a secret passed without her knowing It. At the family.. ); Sweet Milk, quart I9c
that we know each other. I ought to bery opened the door of her office, S. Riddle consulting engineer ; 0' Butter Milk, quart _. I5c Breakfast Sets __ ......................_.... $ 14.25

be sure." and told her It was after seven. for the FERA in Florida. -A-- Good Lack Oleo, with flat, 6-piece Dinette Sets ...__....................... 48.80

"Flowerface. can yon be surer? "It will do la the morning. Mrs. and his assistant J. C. C. Bogart.I per tb _. 22c 8-piece Dining Room Suites ..-___................. 80.00
Don't you know you're the only girl Moore." 'TIFTS
who here for a short visit. I CASH GROCERY
In the world?" "Oh. I haven't much were 9-piece Dining Room Suites ......m.._......_..... 100.00
no. more to left yesterday afternoon for| 1101 Division St. Phone 29

"Do yon think you'll want to do! Don't yon wait Mr. Albery. I'll Tampa. j Atteiitioii'Men 10-piece Dining Room Suites ...................... 138.00

marry mar bring It round to your flat when lye 4-piece Bedroom Suites _........?..........._... 56.00
"Do I think? Ills voice dropped.It done. ;
had that soft. sultry note that "No. ni walt" he said. Captain H. Wilder, of the 5-piece Bedroom Suites .___.._.................... 84.40

conveys so much more than words. When Laurie took the finished Wrecking Tug! Wabler. left vacation yes-i' : Fix Up Your CarWe Jaekooallle. FI.ddacolas. 3-piece Living Room Suites _.__..._......._ 40.00
"But It couldn't be yet." terdav afternoon for his a. GRIPER. Mommfff
report to him. he was alone In his with his family in Norfolk, Va. A human home-like Institution 4-piece Living Room, Suites _.....__........._ 40.80
"I don't care! She spoke grandlyIn office. The great building had gradually j .. ..
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her' Ignorance of life. "1 don't fallen Into silence missionJ! MEN'S will put your CARin _.'.r.you..* rmtrrtmtnmrmi r a matter 6-piece Living Room Suites _._..._............ 56.80
want to get married yet either. I "Thanks very much." he said. Rev. Arthur W. Pain. TROUSERS first class shape. Expert of great Importance
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want to see a bit of the world." "And now yon must let me give you ary in Cuba. whose broadcastsare made to sell at $6.50 work on motor body -0--
Wed better go in." he said. some dinner. heard by many Key W ten<, A ste/el fireproof .lldlac( locate Dining Room Suite. -

"Now. you understand. don't'10u? "Oh. no. Mr. Albery Uiere.11 be arrived yesterday en route to At- $5.95 and $4.95, special 11 fenders and top. Every- !. tfce heart of the day

And I can trust yon not to give the some at home! lanta. Ga., and Asheville. N. c. thing to make your car Every Room -0--with Combination Tub FREE: Floor or Table Lamp with each Living

show away?" "But Ifs quite late-after eight, for bible conferences.Rev. !. $3.95YOUNG and Shower Bath Radio. Electric Room Suite.
"I'm not a fool thanks. and I wanted to read this through.! LOOK LIKE NEW Ceiling ban Slat Door for Summer

Tomorrow morning 111 come and Please, it would be a pleasure to me.I C. A. Cox. who had been Mattresses Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Bed Contraction with FREE: Beautiful Rayon Bed Spread (with or

take yon out for a spin and we can win just go through It and then filling the pulpit at the First*Baptist Come in for' an estimate and r"R :' without fringe) with each .Bedroom Suite.

make the plans how to meet. we wilj] drive round to the Savoy" Church darine the absence MEN'S PANTS lug I ampa.

Dallasr Aren't you rather too daring. Mr.' (CopJlri 1&,. 111*.Cerolle gtamtonf from the city of Rev. Day, left on i 4 Regular waist and high RATES! SlBKl_I DURING THIS 10 DAY SALE YOU CAN BUY AT

she mocked. "Supposing I Tuesday. accompanied by Mrs. ; Colonial Service Station 7'*" n_... FrUate. Bath _, s:.** CASH PRICES ON THESE EASY TERMS:
Mr. Albery told ..
your father? waist, special pair ROOM. Prl.ate RaSh 2.58

lie gave her' a playful slap. and Rex Is slightly Moore returns.mbarr.,., .tomorrow.., Cox for their home in Miami. Clarence Crusoe, Prop 24 4o Rm Room>.. Private Private Bath Bath __- '&S.88 MJ.; .5.IOO. ; to S 25.00, 1.5 down, 1.5 each week for 4 weeks

Miguel del Villar. of Havana. 2.95 PHONE 397 IC 6mmfit Private Bath 4CC: ] .S,26.OO: to S 50.00, 1.5 down, 1-8 each week for 8 weeks

-- -I ----- Mrs. del Villar and daughterPALACE SLIGHT I.NCRKASK OCCTPAKCT: FOR UOl'BLB: 1 S 51:00: to $75.00. 1.5 down, 1-12 each week for 12 weeks

attended 'and haveas t S 76.00 to $100.00 1.5 dow 1-4 each
also seemed to month for 4 months
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good a time as"the youngerones. -- $101.00 to $$125.00 1-5 down. 1-5 each month for 5 sionlhaSI

VISIT OUR 26.00 to $150.00. 1.5 dow,.1. ?each moath for months

GIVEN OUTING Montie Montana in j SHOE DEPARTMENTand STEAMSHIP Co. $151.00 to $175.00. 1.5 down, 1.7 each moath for 7 month
J. :A. Thorn station agent at P & 0 $176.00 to $200.00. 1.5 dowa, 1-8 each month for 8 months

China Grove, N. C., plans to retire Torn Mix ia Third Chapter of select one or two pairsof UNITED STATES FAST $01.00 to $225.00. 1-5 down, 1-9 each moath for 9 months

The Ley Memorial Sunday soon after having been in the MIRACLE RIDER and Comedy our NUNNBUSHAnkleFashioned MAIL ROUTES FOR $226.00 to $2$0.00. 1-5 dowa, J-JO'.acla oath for 10 months
service of the Southern Railway
School had a most enjoyable outing System for 61 years. Matinee: 5.IOc; Night 10-lSc II Shoes PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH

yesterday at the Coral Isle Effective March 18th. 1935 WITH ORDERLong's

Casino. After the children enjoyed checks BENJAMIN LOPEZ Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays. ,

a program of games and MALARIA FUNERAL HOME i MENDELL'SExclusive 1220P.M.Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,

t-tories they took a dip in the I t 6 666 6 6 Serriat Key. West i Leave Key West for Port Tamp Thursdays and Mondays Furniture Store
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ocean. Then they were called Half Ceatmrr Men's Shop 6:30 P. M.

back to the Casino where they 24 Hour Anbalanee Service j Tickets. Reservations and lafenaatioa at Ticket Office tl*

were served sandwiches cakes I Uq.U.T let. LJeeased EaM.ar 'The New Store" Deck.or..... 71 800 FLEMING .STREET PHONE 80PXGg

and ice cream. Salve) Voto Dre,. first day. Place 135 Night 696-1 J. H. COSTAR. Age.t. 1 -
The parents of the. children TONIC LAXATIVE


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