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 3, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00083
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I Associated Service.Preaa Day Wire .W"t CitBeti( Key West Florida, has the

I For 55 Yews Devoted to the Iit.tp 1 I I most equable weather In the

I Best Interests of Key West I country; with tu average

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I il'I Delivering Speeches



1925 GermanAmericanTrade ACTIVITIES COMPILED IS comes Displeased When
SUNDAY MORNING Burning trash at LoggerheadKey I I Governor Dave Sholtz sent a
TreatyBy this morning was sighted by personal letter this week to Com- While Discussing Proposed Floor Leader Objects To
modore von Mietk-Liuba\ II. D.
EXPECTED THERE WILL BE the information of many one of the coast guard vessels and W, expressing his very best wishes Further TalkBy
for the success of the December -
CHARLES NORMAN UNUSUALLY LARGE CROWDAT readers of The Citizen who have :a radiogram was sent to W. W. De- ''\ Exposition which is an undertaking Sewage And Bridge Matter

YORK Aug. 3.-Thi. STATION TO GREET. I'status of Fort Jefferson, now a superintendent light- imatic Society of Key West.Num-I HERBERT PLUMMER

I houses, ad' isnig of the conflagration. 'governor has consented to be a' .- --- ---- tar Au..miaird Ps.)
LaGuanlia whom Berlin national monument and -
man accuses ,
,I patron for this event and hopesit "Your plans"for I..S..SS.S.S.SoSo.....IHS. A.g. 3Tbere. -
regarding fishing in the waters a sewage
of the 1925 Ger will be : for him '
breaking possille to at- Heads Shipowners another side to the
Assn. storyso
adjacent: to Garden Key excerpts tend the exposition it is stated.A system in Key West will be f
man-American., trade treaty by bis! Key Westers are today eagerly from National Park and Shortly afterward the regular: few weeks ago a personal let- ........................ often heard in and out of Washington .
scheduled radio telephone connection laid before the ,
refusal to grant a ..a..eur'.1 awaiting the coming of tomorrow Monument rules and regulations ter from Postmaster General proper authorities these of
days how
made between headquartrs James A. Farley received '! mem.
was was by I and I
i are presented here.. am very much
license morning arid to a German alien her, the Commodore. The
postmaster hers of
and Tortugas and the superintendent ccngress are r.riig and
These taken from certified
are a
of the
opinion that
general extended wishes for suc. they will
long ago won th. title of "fight 265th Regiment Coat Artillery, copy of the regulations approved 1 was,. advised that residentsat cess and stated that he would ranting because the present session -

jag Mayor. Florida National Guard due to by the secretary of the interior'; Loggerhead Key lighthouse keep the'dates in mind. go through replied JuliusF. has b.ea so prolonged.

reach the Florida Eat Coast terminal and sent to United States. Com.I keepers -assistants, had been Mail is coming to the exposition Stone, Jr., assistant to,
in Washington a. a i offices even' from foreign Representative
missioner C. Rodney Gwynn. They carrying on their regular cleanup of
!. 9:30 o'clock. are applicable to Fort Jefferson countries it is stated. 'Several Harry L. Hopkins and spe-
fighting he broughtto
congressman campaign and Texas inadvertently let it
letter out on
days received
I ago a was
:National Monument, so createdby I
The visiting guardsmen and a debris was being burned. from Innsbruck Austria.ceIiel cial organizer under the
City Hall the mantle of a a proclamation of President :, the floor of the Loose after Act.
number of Key Westers will have Roosevelt. I .II I WPA administration, to a''

ran warrior. Tammany can testify the opportunity of seeing one of In his letter the- secretary encloses -:,I........... .......................=: ..........I question asked The Citi- I Ing Majority Leader Taylor had

that it doesn't bang idly on the newest and most proficient or-I a copy of the proclamation,' II by ] objected to his continuing speech

the rack.Short ganizations of the city on parade dated January 4, 1935 and advises I BEHIND THE I INFS The Inside' Of The News zen today. ,i ii a
I *
Commissioner Gwynn that i 1 By OSCAR M. JOHNSON when there was other business at

stocky but determined tomorrow when the Junior Patrol,' the monument comes under his J, _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_._-_-_._-_..__-_._-_._-_.._.._.__.._._.__.._._._._._ ._._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ... i Mr. Stone said that before band.
under command of Arthur Shep- jurisdiction.

and pugnacious, he prides himself pard, arrives at the station to The rules and regulations em-1 r TALLAHASSEE, Aug 3.-At plans to capture the 1937.J i the question of sewage was I "Members ought to have the
least three candidates for house and .
cort the troops to the Fort brace of and senate .They are
a variety prohibitions
on the dish of spaghetti b. can reservation. restrictions, in the interests of are hard at it trying to steam bitterly disappointed at the surrender -i taken up for consideration right "to say something once in awhile
i said Patman.
I interest in the contest to be of them "I do not
Many who have seen this new up 1935 legislative there other mat- I
preserving: public property and i are many
concoct and on his record of think the leadership of this house
decided the June 1936 JOHN E. CRAIG !
organization in the natty and perfect maintaining orderly conduct. for by pri leaders in favor of the &o-catled
championing the underdog. Refusing fitting cadet uniforms have I the violation; of either of which maries. .The general public is not anti-chain store licensing and'I ters to be passed on in Washington Named Chairman of American!i i should make any effort to stop
I < members from
j' when
said they present a very impres certain penalties are provided. A responding to early pressure. gross business privilege tax I! Ste.mahip.Owner.; Or- I j speaking
I lots of to
questions ; they have plenty of time to do
Paul Kress a masseur's sive appearance, and this impression -1 complete copy of these rules and I Resort is being made to various: Local units over the state are I ,.a..zaho. I,I it."
will be intensified, it is pre.I devices. .Letter writing and personal .: drafting individual merchants and be settled and numerous'
license, be called attention to bis I regulatinos are on dL-play in the As a matter of fact, being
dicted, when they are seen tomor- contact come in for their farmers as candidates for houseor : compelled
office of Commissioner
belief that American citizens: of row marching with the troops in I! Those, of greatest interest Gwynn.to I share. .It is no new trick of politics -:' senate W. P. Franklin 'phases of the situation to be:,: JOHN E. CRAIG for to remain in Washington

regulation uniforms to the musicof I Key Westers and visitors to Key for candidates to inspire invitations II' Fort Myers hardware man, was j an extended session such as
Jewish faith bad been discriminated to luncheons and gatherings selected considered. I II I ELECTED this is not no trying and exasperating .
Caesar LaMonaca's regimental I West are reproduced_ below: for the job in Lee coun- HEADSHIPPING
I of varied nature. .This old to the average member -
against in Germany. Having .. band. Parks and monuments are sanc- I ty Presiding officer of the It will probably be several!
The and all equipment is I strjid-by is not being left on the I I"draft meeting" vouchsafed "We I of congress: as it is made out
camp manes :
for -ild life of sort,
fired his salvo. he stood by in readiness for the arrival of the I and all hunting; or the every killing, I shelf-is not being forgotten. I have too many lawyers in the legislature months before anything specific I ASSN. I to be-the excessive heat not

regiment, which, this year, it is I : Most\ any candidate can muster They are the boys I withstanding.
hial'u. j wounding or frightening; captur- ] is done in thin matter, said Mr.\ j i
t "** ;.......--r- no-::. Cf ", Kaid. :...wilJ! carj-j on ,its, period of f iner.attempLing: to.capture ..atl up' considerable. strength when no I who let us down the last time ... I Good Sounding BoardsIt
Fiorello H. LaGuardia (Fiorello training"under the most intensive I any time any wild bird or animal,. one is turning the "heat" on him We need "pood sensible businessmen Stone, hut he gave the"assurance' VICE-PRESIDENT OF CLYDE majj be''triJtr, as SensIrCopeland
th'e'' end exacting schedule ever before t'I except dangerous animals when .Because! of this prognostications and farmers in the legis (*! of New York, a phrsician -
means "Little Flower, but ; ; for West will be MALLORY LINES :
that Key NAMED TO
I arranged for a national guard unit : it: is necessary to prevent them de-1,I at this early stge: are almost lature." Better Business Association sewage ( has diagnosed, member-:
joke seems to be on opponentswho during a period of training under I stroying human life or inflicting., wholly out of order. ..Politica1I parent organization of theindepend..nt. made a major project in the WPA I CIIAItMANSHIP! OF AMERI. congress are "being fagged out"
tried to hold it against him) I sands will shi't with the winds and
I normal conditions. personal injury, is prohibited:I merchants is advising Senator Capper of Kansas probably -
apparently never forgets. His I' within the limits of the parks or I, political wnids will blow from that the organization will program: in Florida I CAN STEAMSHIP GROUP is correct when he declares

father was an army bandmaster I monuments. every direction. and too much de- t select a candidate for Governor Mr. Stone also feels Mtiln'l that "their minds are not clear( ;
pcnds, upon the velocity of these!I with view to thev sea irritalilp_ mnrethan III.,T'r
Firearm a supporting his
in the Spanish-American Bad' explosives. traps '
war. hot and cold that the bridges will be con-! ;; aj--t--bie;
reines and nets are prohibited I gusts.: I I II vigorously. John E. Craig. vice-presrlent ol I snap judgment. -
meat sold to the army gave him a FOR I I Prospect! now is that there will structed. Certainly with tit?: ." ,
within the parks or monuments,II the Clyde MalloryLines, who has!
stomachache. In he led be no more than five or six can- :
congress, in readiness for accom- But there are member.
except upon written permission of : camps wi'admit >
It's no secret that been in the service: of the Atlantic -
didates many
the executive who
a determined fight against contractors to seat. privately that after all it' .
the superintendent or custodian.I Ir modating: hundreds of workers) ;
MANY VISITORS I bers of the 1035 legislature have Gulf
wiH!' actually ify. .This in and West Indies Lines :
qua not bad!
be Persons desiring fih in the co
to to
alleged to planning
sell sub-standard meat to the war .,r waters of national monuments unI spite of the fact that some 45;; are .:been put on one public pay roll or| and engineers, many pieces ofj since 1901. has been elected chairmen What they really mean is that
being mentioned. .No women is another. .Last week at least one i| equipment already on hand and inj!
!I I national of the -American there are no better
department. He enlisted when the der the juridiction of the circuit I I Steamship political
judge named from
United States declared war on PASSENGERS ARRIVING HERE' parks! service must secure a sport1 being discussed.! I among the 1935 was house membership' )J operation, and a great deal of Owners' Association.! Mr. Craigwas sounding boards in existence for

Germany, became an aviator, and ,1 ing fishing! : license! as required by It least grows these increasingly will clear thatat : .This was Alex McNeill. of- work already done, there is noj i unanimously elected at a special them than the floors of the ho'i, '
left the army a major. ,,, the laws of the state. in which the Senator W. C.men Hodges, of Leon; D .val. .Harry SandIer. of Hills- question of the bridges not being, meeting held at the! headquarters and senate. And with the cntin
Wanted To Be park or monument is situated. All I membership of the house and(
Jockey TIME ASHORE; Former Senator Fred Cone of borough: also earned a circuit built, he said. of the
FioreJlo wanted to be a jockey, I I fishing: must be done in conformity -I Miami \ judgeship. .The Associated! Press Asked what his the I association: 11 Broadway ona-third of the senate coming: up
I Lake City; Dan Char oll. of in opinion, '
j I New York. for reelection .
but Papa Achilles aa d' "no." lie SHOWN BIG TIME I I with the laws of the state regarding rtory made mention of the fact next year, that ;-
and Pat WhiUJcer, of Tampa ,
seasons, size of fish!' appointment of the new :Monroe Well known in something to be considered.
speaks half a dozen languages, open .Both of the !atter are bitter that 1935 houre members; were shipping circles
including Yiddish. An out-and. and the limit of the catch. I critics of the present adminisration being: appointed. .An operative)I County Road and Toll Bridge!! for many years Mr. Craig has' Blight-Not Blessing

out foe of prphibition he made Passengers aboard the S. S. Fishing with nets, seines, traps I and both are expected to reports that it didn't set well with Commission actually means. Mr.') long been active in the affairs ofj i In the but few years, the news

beer in his Washington office and ; Granada steamer of the Standard or by the use of drugs or explosives treat with the ttility question in the executive offices that atten.!' Stone replied that it means neth-j the American Steamhip Owners', gathering facilities in Washington -
in a Harlem drug store-with Fruit and Steamship Company en or in any other way than; their respective-campaigns. tion should ,be called to ,the fact else but that Washington has! i have grown to tremendous
photographers present-in those route to Frontera, Mexico. came with hook and line, for-merchan-t Raleigh Petteway of Tampa that appointees carved in the 1935 'Ile ing become interested in the project:: Association, where he has served proportions. A senator or rcpr- -

hectic pre-repeal days. ashore yesterday afternoon and dise or profit is, has been making! ; an extensive.. slature. I on many committees appointed to tentative. scarcely: can open hk>
One of his pet projects as evening for nearly eight hours toj'I Any person who violates any ofj:1(jrum-shoe campaign.: .In spite of I -.-, I I and this should give sufficient asI -i study problems: affecting the mouth on a matter of public interest -

mayor_ _is slum_ clearance.. see Key West. the foregoing rules or regulationsin ':1 his activities there is little sentiment -1 I Leading Floridiana who have surance that the work is to be{ American merchant marine.: i iI i today without the folk..
HIS u battle against Tammany J A number of them took regard to any park or monument among usually well informed their ears close to the ground politically -j done. !I Mr. Craig i joined the New York back home hearing abou it. Ini

harks back to 1920-21 when he seeing tours around the f'iJht-1, shall be deemed guilty of a I I II I observers that r.e has made any are fearful Huey" Long I I AU that is necessary for the,!;, and Porto Kio Steamship: Company -,',i i most instances there are ex'
shall be
was the, Republican president of seeing many of the points of interest 1 mi'demeanoer and pun- appreciable headway., .Closest and Eugene Talmaye are going to in 1904 in the Passenger'j perienced newspapermen! in Wa.-h-
i ished fine of not than I{I I people of Key'West to do is to
by a j Department, and following
the Tiger-controlled board of here. and all seemed pleased friends believe he would draw invade Florida to elect'antiRoosevelt j rapid I'! ington who do nothing but lookout
aldermen. He was called "the with the stopover in Key West. $500 or imprisonment for not exceeding ; large: support from active church- delegates to the next Democratic : have patience, MV. Stone said. iiibsequent promotions he was in1,',' for news of interest for a
minority of one" because of his Late in the evening a programof I six months or both. folk. but it is pointed out that at I Convention. .Many of the I Avoid all bickering and dissen-I 1916 elected a vice president! of' certain state or city.

opposition. entertainment was presented at: I least three of the candidates are I original Roosevelt delegates are sion. There will be times when I the organization. In 1927 be wa'1![i An expression from a congl'tman !,-.>;

Defeated O'Brien the Habana-Madrid\ Club which!; WILL SHIP OLD '' of Petteway's own religious per-:.I planning to run again in 1936. to I things will not appear to be on i I elected vice president: of the! ,: appearing in the hometown
Cl de
lIe ran for mayor against had been arranged: by the local;, 'I' suasion. insist upon a FloridaforRoosejvelt !! j the up and up, and this may oc-|i > Mallory Lines.R. 'j|i' newspapers under a Washington
dapper Jimmy Walker and lost-I I post of the American Legion t: BUSSES Both Chaprell= and Whitaker i delegation. .Opinion is that :I( cur in the tedious and complicated, J. Baker is president of the':1 date line is great' stuff for hin:
but when the city girded to force' Janice Maloney Lewis and George| STREET have persued extreme caution in I neither Long nor Talmage will, transition from the FERA regime{i Steamship Owners' As- ''1 In most instances it's worth a

Tammany out of City Hall he I Mills White offered several duets! I i their activities, conscious of the I make any appreciable headway in [ to the new ",.p A. j I fociation.C. E. Smith 'I II I''I dozen or more expressions made
ran as Fusion candidate againstthe I i which were well received by the'! I danger: of getting far out in front pursuit of delegates in Florida. I But whatever happens, let the]I I is the local agen't.t locally. And don't think they fail

incumbent Mayor John P.;( group of excursionists.: Sid Turkle. representing the ?'in interest at this time. I I I people of Key West take things' 'Ii to make liberal use of it.
O'Brien-and! won. His campaign I Auto Parts Company of Miami, is I I Grady Burton Wauchula state I One of the leading candidates I easy, refrain from giving vent t8 j i iI ; MRS. 1 I They may complain about: thr
speeches: dealt largely with the in Key West! making preparations I I attorney, is also being mentioned:';j of the generally regarded as con-i I I I their desire for grousing and fault:< SPALDINGI heat in Washington, applaud

budget, not the most exciting r RUSSELL FUNERAL to ship to Miami the busses recently i i.as a possible administration i siderable of a showman He,I I finding and patiently wait, being!i :I vociferously: when a member;>
subject a politician could choone. purchased by the company from I I.I but Burton is far from a choice'l'I is conducting an extensive letter-! assured that everything is going VISITING HERE:I gests they ought to quit, but them

but the point was well taken by HERE ON MONDAYBODY citv counciL 1 I! as to whether he will even writing mpaign, and promoter's!!|: to be alright and Key Went and I II ;i iI 1 are plenty of them who regard
the voters who footed the bills. I Three of the busses are being 1 Few look seriously upon ,:I O= bowm n's gag when important j;|I its people come out victorious in I adjournment sine die as a Llw;< '' ',
LaGuardia is married and has taken down and the usable partsare I I pective candidacy of any of the!!! visitors* drop by to pay him ai I I| their fight for a beautiful and Mrs. P. D. Spalding. wife of rather than a blessing, pol'Ucailj;.
an adopted daughter. : to be shipped by truek to Mi ,I thirty odd other candidates .],I friendly visit that does not necessarily -,I: prosperous city. I I Commander Spalding, who is attached -
ARRIVED ON HAVANA ami. One of the vehicles will Unless Tirney Butler runs from;;i: imply enthusiastic support!i,I i Mr. Stone concluded his brief : to the Bureau of Yard&land. ;1 NEW\ ARRIVAL ATBRYANTS'

FERA SPECIAL THIS MORN. probably be dismantled and the i Jacksonville: there is small 'i. Once said visitor is seated inj I I I talk with The Citizen by saying j Docks in Washington, D. c., accompanied -
OFFICIALS chassis towed over the highway.HABANAMADRID pect that Duval will produce I the private sanctum santorem the:I!I'that he was on a vacation and I I' by her son, Ralph Jr.. ''
ING FROM MIAMI I aspirant whatever John proS-1'candidate asks his stone to bring was having lots of time to think:;1 arrived in Key West Thursday: HOME

LEAVE ON PLANEConrad has let friends know that in "that batch of unanswered let :,. of the city and its problems, and over the hizhway for a month's' .,

r 1 not interested The Jacksonville .I ters' He asks his visitor's devise, with the local administration -I visit with Mrs. Sf; aiding'* parents,1 j
i iI Funeral services: for the late T-, CLUB Mayor's experience in state,'I indulgence that he might then: plans for the future. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brown at their Mr, and Mrs.\ Lorenzo G '"'-Rare

Van I!" Frank 'Russell. who died in Miami I I TONIGHTDANCE Commission is being importuned! dictate answers, explaining that' : Let the people know that I am home 801 Waddell Avenue. I' in receipt of a telegram; announcing
Hyning.: Florida I Thursday. will te held 5:30 o'cloCk to enter the lists The chances I he has had a constant string of'., with them as far as it is possiblefor I Commander Spalding: expects to the birth of a son to Mr
FERA administrator and E. A.'; Monday afternoon from the First that he will are small indeed .1 callers and }has been unable to get:': me to go, he said, and "am arrive here at a. laker date fc> join and }Ira. Stewart R. Bryant. vr--

Pynchon in this deputy WPA administrator -I I Methodi! church, where the body I, Hayes Lewis Jackson's influential to his mail These letters are!; ready to go to bat for them whenever the: family, end! remain for a stay terday at :5; p. m. in Moontpeher.
state, left yesterday will be placed o'clock. Rev. J.t senator continue to be mentioned from "important men and we-1 I j they are right." I of a few weeks.COMPLETE. I Vt.
afternoon by pUne for Miami i j B. Culpepper will officiate. | as a possible, but once Vernon men, as the address and dictated1 j Mr. and Mrs. Stone expect to, Mrs. Bryant was formerly M1Hortense -'
These officials were in Key I t Pritchard's Funeral Home will :: For Members and Guests Hawthorne is out of the way it answers would suggest Ae-| remain until next week and he''I BATTERY I Gomez of this West for the purpose of meetingand be in charge of arrangements. is not expected he will. aspire him-! I I of }{r. and Mrs. Lorenzo
conferring Music by Habana-MadrJd cording to the men and women'I may make the trip next Wednes. I SERVICE
: with Julius F. The body arrived on the Havana Orchestra self. I*were conceding this candidate'sIelection !day when Lighthouse Tender!I II Batteries Recharged. Rented I' Gomez.
Stone. Jr.. relative ,
to Mr.
the formerly
Bryant connected -
affairs was
Special this morning accompaniedby : Independent merchants I I
without a struggle to Garden Rebuilt and I'
of both I Ivy goes Key to bring Serviced. Our
administrations and arrangements Mrs. Anne E. Russell! the SCRIPT $1.00 planned to the : with The Key West Er! <-
push through The .
candidate to the back 5 prices are reasonable.Ackerman
agrees. extent Troop Boy Scouts,
for the now
the WPA program. future under widow and daughter, Mrs. F. J. rida Recovery Act in the last Flo-t' that he won't have to .1 enjoying an outing at Fort Jeffer Service Station j trk: Co.Life. and Insurance is now with Company the National \;of-
I Natolis. gislature
are laying well (Con tin- Four
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THE USE OF PERFUMES ........................
'Qtbt Sep, 'lmtst Cffijen KEY WEST IN WILL HONOR OLD I -
I Today's Birthdays

TUB Published CITIZEN Daily PBLUIII Except Sunday CO. Br HC.JU : Perfumes are said to have been first DAYS GONE BY CHURCH!MEMBERS ................a..e.....

ALLEN- P.. ARTMA A..l.t..t,B.Pr..lde.tJoE ...... Manager used by early barbarians to kill the offensive Happenings Here Just 10 Yean Clara E. Laugh of Chicago,
Temperature* broken in Kansas and Nebraska'where j New
From The Citizen BuildingCorner travel books author born in
odor of flesh offered
Greene and Ana Streets' burning as a Ago Today Aa Taken FromThe Highest ...................__-.....-. ....-89 showers! occurred during York 61 years ago.
sacrifice on their altars. This was not so FiUs Of The Citizen ,1 Lowest .._ ..... ... __.......78'I i The Fleming Street :Methodist t'!
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and 1 i m.m.h..h. the last 24 hours.! Precipitation wan {
i church will honor of its oldest
County. much because the pagans were themselves j Normal Mean ?.___....?.......__S4 j one Charles Edison of West Orange,
Entered at Key West. .Florida a* second class matter but Wallace Finder city clerk i Mean ....._._..._............._........84 also! reported from the Missouril!I members at the regular Sunday -f N. J., president of the Thomas A.
FIFTT-UX'I'II! TEAR fastidious, in order that the gods mightnot make formal announcement in Rainfall Valley eastward to the Atlantic j evening service. There are a; Edison Indu'otrit'tl..om at West

H..".. .( the Auelate4 Press be offended by an unpleasant smell. this issue: of The Citizen for reelection Yesterday's Precipitation .0 In s.!coat and locally in southern Alabama :,number of member that have FivI'i I Orange 45 years ago.
of service to the church,]
The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use The use of church incense l logically followed -' to the position! which he Normal Precipitation .13 Ins. I| Mississippi and the Canadian I en years
for republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to has most satisfactorily! held in the TM'. mwnl eovers :4-__. period. j'but there if. one that has given I II Arthur A. Ballantine of New
It or not otherwise credited la this paper and Alsothe in the course of time. .'. Northwest of service''
ratline mt N k this MorBinar.Tomorrow's .1 I more years continuous York, lawyer former assistant
local news published here.NAIIONAl past. He has been active! in politico I
According to an authority on the sub- for AI.....* An incipient disturbance is off than any other, it is stated and Ii j i -ecretary of the treasury.'n'! at I
number of and I
years Sun rises ... ............ 5:5(1(
IDIICRlAl m. a. m. the pastor and people! will honor Oberlin. O. 52
ject of Princess his friends and well wishers havepromkd the Jersey coaf t. Jersey City. 29.82 i II j years ago.
perfumes quoted-by Kro-
Sun sets __._ h' ....__..__ 7:10 p. m. I that servant ef many years. j
C/t JJ / potkin, ladies of ancient Greece used different him their active support. Moon rises ..........._...10:18 a. m. int'hl'sIIhile pressure! i fa highest I I A large photograph: of that Stanley Baldwin, Britain's, Prime

scents for different parts 'of their Moon sets .....__._____00.0010:01 p. m. o"er Florida and relatively high 'her will be unveiled at the !' m..m-I Minister' born 68 years ago.
SUBSCRIPTION! RATES William R. Porter, president of 'I
over the northern Rockies. 'I The
will be
Tomorrow's Tides 1 name not '
>ne Tear ... too .1 bodies. Later the idea prevailed that a the First National Bank and coun- til King H&akon. VII. of Norway,
Six Monthsthree -- Sunday night.The
The heat has
Months ... _._ ._ III ty commissioner from the First{'! A.M. P.M. wave I born 63 years ago.
One Month .u u .15 woman should use one distinctive perfume District, will leave over the East!I High( .._...............12:3312:4r. ,eastward across! the Appalachian;,' public i w invited to this worship -' .
Weekly .20 exclusively.It Coast | Low .......-...-..-... 6:26 6:37 : Highlands where 'I hour. The sermon subject I fine g--m; of music will be rendered.
temperatures I'
tonight for New York wherehe are i ii
ADVERTISING RATES Barometer. 8 I still: be: "A Worthwhile Dad. A .
fade known Sea level, 30.11.WEATHER ___
All reading notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of troduced into England during the reign of several days agt Mr. Porter was II with while they are lower in Kansas -' ---- -- --
respect obituary notices, ets., will be charged for at Queen Elizabeth by Count of Oxford, appointed: by the county commissioners and thence eastward to New f ---
.the rate Notices*for entertainment by churches from whicha who brought it from Italy. Court ladiesin with the chief of engineersrelative -
revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. 'I. ratures were recorded yesterday ; -
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion the time of Louis XVI, of France bathedin to the recent order for ( 8 p. m., Sunday) : Chattanooga rnd Wichita 98 We will fee pleased to have you consult us about
of public Issues and subjects of local or general
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications crushed strawberries, washing off thefruit placing a drawbridge over steamboat Key West and Vicinity: Fair degrees; SL Louis, Indianapolis.i how
creek. I you can
Knoxville Charlotte and Colum-
with fresh milk. Madame'Pompa. ,
foo& 'tIvI I bia, S. c. 96 decrees: ; Cairo. Dav-
dour is said to have spent $100,000 a year At a special meeting of the city I I ; enl ort, Atlanta and Savannah 94 I i
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST council last night to hear complaints I degrees. :
for perfumery, which seems a bit ex I Build
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN of taxpayers relative to 1f.t".f 1- I S. it!. GOLDSMITH, Buy or
travagant.It ,
the tax rolls for 1925, a recommendation I .z't Temporarily in Charge. i
is rather surprising to learn that was made for a 50 per- ':k), :
\ .. Refinance Your Home
1. Water and Sewerage.; Napoleon was the greatest male user of cent increase! on all real estate in \ifl+ f Subscribe to The Citizen-20c

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- perfumery in history, and that "in three fixed proportion by the to assessor.the amounts already I J .),r\I 'j' weekly.

land. months of 1806 he soaked up 162 bottles 'A ,yy .J i
,. .. .fJ KEY WESTCOLONIAL i or repair or modernize any type of
) -
,. Free Port. of eau de Cologne." Another realty firm, composedof Fair I I
But artificial odors were frowned Jack Gaitl, C. A. Camus and J. } HOTEL I building on Insured credit
4. Hotels and Apartments. up- A. Roker, has opened offices in tonight: and I Sunday? gentle toj I i
on by the British parliament of 1770, Key West in the old stand of John- moderate variable winds. In the Center of the Business,
5. Bathing Pavilion.
: which passed a law providing that "any son and Johnson. 116 Duval street, Florida: Generally fair tonight' and Theater District !

6. Airports-Land and Sea. girj, woman or widow who shall ehtice any next to the Jefferson Hotel. and Sunday; not much change in : First Class-Fireproof- The Flfs> (National Bank of Key West '
1. Consolidation of County and City temperature. I
Governments. man to marriage by the aid of perfume William A. Carey, city tax as- Jacksonville to Florida Straits I Sensible Rat. I I

shall be subject to the same penalty as sessor, comes forward today with I and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate I; Approved Mortgage Under the

that in force against sorcery, and the marriage his announcement for reelection.Mr. variable winds and generally fair COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Ii II i
, I : Carey has filled thu position weather tonight and Sunday.
shall be declared void." fot many years and his attentionto 'I .-- Car... Elevator FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATIONjoftt

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN hi* duties and courteous service WEATHER CONDITIONSThe Popalar Pric. ,
has placed him high in the r i ;
farts of the other officials making heat wave which has -- -- -- - -- -
prevailed -- --- -
WILL always; seek the truth and print it
-- up the city government.Miss throughout the mid-west for
without fear and without favor; never be the past several 1 days has been

''raid to attack wrong or to applaud right; When the average family of Key \ Zaraida Milian, memberof
West and other American centers is stricken one of the leading film companies and interpretative dances w restaged foedwinkeci
for 1)6
always fight be the
progress; never or- with serious in Cuba, is a visitor in Key by Miss! Albertino (lato.
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, sickness or inevitable accident West and'a guest of Mrs. Eva Miss Claudina Lucignani was also

faction or class; always do its utmost for the visits a home, there is a bucklingand Torano. seen in several danc-es. Mrs. ACCEPTING IMITATIONSktoSpSgE

public welfare; never tolerate corruption a bending of the family purse that Tcrano sang several numb*" She
weakens it for months and sometimes for The next in line to announce I was accompanied on the violin by 0_ To etc the original Davis. 100%}'; Par Paint
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; for reelection to the position Henry Owens. .--- e"sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.

commend good done by individual or organ years.The which he has held for the past two I' I look for Davis lao% Pars Paint has often been IWDTrMITTBEHBUAVlSCa cwt

ization; tolerant of others" rights, views and loss of the wage earner makes terms, is Tax Collector Arthur Mr. and Mrs. S. Floyd Whalton _' this Label imitated bet never duplicated. ..=:::..
the crisis more difficult to meet as' this Sheppard. lie is an active member announce the birth of twin daU-; I Davis 10% Pare Paint conforms with: ::::
opinions; print only news that will elevate of the Elks and other organizations 1 tern at the home. 1419! : all pare paint Laws and is the only. paint :=..--
and not contaminate the reader; never com- means loss of income as well as extra- in Key Wet and recently,,i street The liule ones! 11'1 / that carries a guarantee of parity. ti=
ordinary made a trip to Portland Oregon.!.8 1-4 pounds. PAINT :...
promise with principle. expense.. Many families of mod- for this *
look Guarantee
erate as delegate from this city to the ,, on the i :
means feel the effect of
can serious -
a Elks; convention. 1 I Mrs.\ Annie Birs entertained yes- *..... r---r-nmn-mtfc ii3reih Tr.miMM.f_.....f_.........-
illness to the wage earner for years.'In I terday at the home of Mrs.! John AU Mr fn.mttt an ..<. ky ioo .$._ old aU lbr.vl> 0......_I,,. I

Nobody takes a soaking willingly, not fact, the lives of many children are hindered -' Editorial comment: There is a!l j A. McRae, in honor of the fourth! .1 /Eef iaird 189B EALTIMOHEMn .

even from rain. in development because of the great West. demand The question for houses of! in housing Key II daughter birthday,anniversary Sarah Ann. of In her the bean iltUe G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and'William Streets 1 1I !

family fight upon hard times consequentupon the great number of visitors many] guessing contest Billy James won .

Love-a little sighing, a little crying, disease or misfortune.The ol whom will become permanent the'prize. Pinning the tail on the -- -

a little dying, and often, a lot of lying. economic organization of societyis residents, demands the serious attention I:I donkey caused great excitement,
of those who are in a petition i-'''I and John McRae Jr., found the 1111"1.,11111.

amiss in this respect but we are not here to remedy conditions.! J right spot and won the prize for ......................................................................
Public spirit is too often a readinessto discussing that. Instead, we prefer to J I boys. The girl's prize went to

do anything likely to profitable.It point out that good health is to be ob- Honoring her guests. Miss Zara-i'I Dolores Armayor. Charles Saunders -
prove ida Milian and Miss Frances Car. : Jr.. won the prize for find
tained, as a general rule, by following r'A"aco. both of Havana Mr*. Eva ing the most packages of randy, AUGUST SPECIALSLawn ;

rains more on the just if he leaves carefully the rules laid down by eminent B. Torano entertained at her hidden about the house in addi- I

his umbrella within reach of the unjust. authorities, which have been familiar to apartment in the Ocean View house I)tion to the candy found. Ice cream,I
last night. Dances were enjoyed: cake and candy were served.Hot .
most of us for many years. I
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The man without a fortune has a -r S. ,
family that won't go to law about dividingthe ;

estate.. ,
begins to look like the old-fashioned Mowers I

half-cent piece is coming back and, more 25 ft length
The average legislator's most brilliant BaH Bearing
to the point that it will be accompanied bya
idea is expressed in a bill to increase the
new device, known as the mill I
or one $$1.40
gasoline tax. $8.50
tenth of a cent.Washington. li i

reports a demand for r- S _ _ _ _
A man who is too to .
busy stop and
these coins from states which have adoptedthe
i Q
look at pretty girl is Heavy Galvanized I Lawn i
a very busy and be- sales tax, requiring the payment of

sides he is a liar. small amounts on certain transactions. At : SPRINKLING

least two states have attempted to meet WeatherIs I
A paragrapher says gossip! is the only the demands of the tax by use of tokens, J : '

thing for which the supply never equals which are illegal. i 8 QL 75c I $1.35

the demand. How about i
alimony? The half-penny, if is said, will be : _ _
smaller than the copper. The mill will be Here F}f

Men carry their prejudices to church, a light-colored coin easily distinguishedfrom I BAMBOO AND : ,
to work, and to court, as much as they other loose change. LIt Lawn .
carry their feet or their hands with them. w iu t :

HOW DOES IT FEEL TO DIE? I means food spoilage. HOLDS AU.THIS FOODl! iiT.IL FnrnitureGutr :

An Elmira N. Y. asserts that the not this 2 QU.soak. e 2 J.po.creus 30c .
man Why prevent and 1 mo* estt e 1 ib. batter :
earth is shaped like a dumbbell. In other Many people have wondered how it I buy a General Electric refrigerator jte"e ctoene i bottle e 2 cm catsup trim *, R clers, :
1 b.ttle cbcme e 2 Ib .
word, he believes it was rr. de in his own feels to die but naturally no authoritative 1 which has bco. sib. rortolhead* up Benches & Table 1 :
lettscc 1 big cucumber
image statement comes from any expert on the I proven to be the safest 21ba"*yya:.p I : b..eh t

subject to reveal the actual sensation. way to health as it keeps &' ..b1'HLKb; : i O

Although President' Roosevelt in a About as'near to a personal statement I your food always at the card tas.ers..2.left qt. weer o.et teat to.!; i : Cash in on our MONEY SAVING SALE on CAREY'S 75-tb STANDARD :Ijl

radio speech has assured the people of this : as one can come is the story told by peo-I I proper temperature.. iffS&SZi'itffftftThe SLATE SURFACED ROOFING regular $2.75 Roll, Special-

country that he criticism' he pIe who suffer .
welcome II severe injuries, I General Electric refrigerator carries a five i B
cannot take it, for every :criticism.of any unconsciousness and survivors, of accidents protection
I year plan and needs no attention. $2.25 IS
of his acts has been resented by.him. in the water, who have been literally ; Ron -

snatched from death by resuscitation. Invest in the largest dividend paying article that :

The paramount political question over Recently a boy ten years old, went can be bought today.
the land at the present time i is, Will Roose- under and pased out. After an hour of I For aa little as $2.00 down and $2.00 a month e

velt be nominated and if nominated he hard work he revived. What his
can were 1 you can eliminate waste from food spoilage during -

be re-elected? It is a certainty he will be thoughts, under water? He says that he j this hot weather. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

again the standard bearer of the Demo thought "here goes another Gus" and | I .
Ask your neighbor. There hundreds of satisfied
cratic party if he lives, and in all prob- "well my family loses me I" His next sensation l] General Electric users in are Key West. .: Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets I

ability he will head the nation for another was feeling very sick but awfully j i 1 SS

term. With $5,000,000,000 at his com- happy, anyway, and that was when he I : "Your home is worthy the best"PAGE

mand. Franklin D. would be a sorry politician was coming back to consciousness, with j I The Key West Electric Company I .. .

if with that colossal sum he could his rescuer working on him expelling the : C
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not.pave a smooth! way into a second term. swallowed ter. a j I :1"1111111111:



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e- SY STANTON St. Louis at Chicajro.!

: Rea aa4 LaarN went asking himself questions that Cleveland at Detroit
Moon an .air prdft4',1, to bbwarrwd j SPORTS ) New York at Washington.
n Mar each was oM Ala would have amazed her. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I

lob. tctk Mara. : Albtry, at<*pa.( "How can I get her? What Is Philadelphia at Boston.NATIONAL .
% aii>et r r. Wow -wart. ka
.tUc i*T < !*.! Mr rm phi"r .* M there under her skin?What Is It that Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Eaton Street. Between Duval and
for* loll* *er. tv.< ....... Rca im onate I. want In her? What Is she- really John B. Cnlpepper; Jr., Pastor Simonton Streets LEAGUE
h.waraw a.eee.taihpet
way over Africa. Laurte'.later like Or Is there dust In my eyes? Church Sunday school opens at James S. Day, Pastor Pittsburgh at St. Louis

Glad. *. alto has her vrotlem- *. Is she a Sphinx without a secret? 10:00 a. m.. under leadership of Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Chicago &t Cincinnati.
>ala! al-
i (*_.* .Ao *...,. Jimmy tied (a Why does she send me mad? Why -- --- -- Gerald Saunders, general super, Captain O. T. Pogue. superintendent Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
lI.r ictsea, .... 'refC.. culling can't I live without her? Can I buy intendent. Each department meet,I Boston at New York.

kinaelJtwwv, Smith. her? Does she care for money? Is i j LEADING GIANTS 1 DIAMONDBALL BUSY BEES"WIN I in its own assembly! room. i Rev. James S. Day. regular pastor -

she In love with Moore? If she Is.Ill I at 10:45
Morning worship : ,| will conduct both morning and Mr!. Mary A. Fotilds is still in
Chapter 22 get rid of him. Ill risk bell to get o'clock. Subject: "Testing." j 1+ evening service He has just returned active charge of the Pennsylvania
REX RETURNS her. ; I Epworth League meeting at I from Washington, D. C., hotel at Treverton. Pa. which she
Mad delirious chaotic thoughts 7-00 p. m. Mils Vanessa Collins, where he went for treatment. has operated for more than 50
smooth voice was a behind that Impassive face that leader o'clock.
ALBERT'S I REDS WHIP CUBS 1 Morning worship at 11 years.
command. Laurie accepted It as Laurie glanced at now and then In (By JOVE) DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED Evening worship! service at 8 The Baptist Training Union

business Perhaps he wanted to profile from her seat In the big ear.I I I Monday night at Bayview Park I o'clock. Subject: "Home." meets at 7 o'clock. tion of the Most Blessed Sacra-
But. on the surface! only an elegant [ LAST NIGHT RESULTEDIN Mid-week
and praise 8 o'clock. went 7
make correction In the report. the Social League will play a prayer Evening worship at p. m.
man of the world appreciative I BROOKLYN DODGERS DEFEAT service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. All other regular services will Church school, 8 a. m.
"1 will go and telephone my sis! employer helping his efficient sec doubleheader. SCORE OF 8 TO 4
I PHILLIES YANKEES WIN be carried on during the week. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
retary out of his car In front of a ; Cave Inn m.Choir
ter. she said. I In the first game the rehearsal on Friday eve- Week-Day Services

I When Albery came Into her of- restaurant In the Strand. AND CAIN ON IDLE TIGER I outfit will tackle the Administration ning at 7:45 o'clock.. Mrs. Joseph CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Mass on Tuesday and Thurs
Bee. he said: I I (By JOVE) Sawyer organist Gerald Saunders -
; 7
the at
hour Rex Moore ten and in game day a. m.
an later AGGREGATION I The Busy' Bees won from the
"Mrs. Moore I didn't mention Item ABOUT choir director. and Sermon Wednes
will cross 527 William StreetE. Litany on
rang the bell of the flat In Chelsea the Lighthouse crew
Bandar but this fuel that we are I Lopez Funeral Home diamondballten
Richard Evans Pastor day at 7:30 m.
and the porter deposited his } bats with the S. B. Beer ten. p.
working on la a secret. I IUPPOseJlOO1'tI light luggage In the hall when I Cperll <. The Cftl..a) I On Tuesday night the Bermuda the team that will represent LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Confessions: After the Wednesday
has not told about nr
yon Gladys opened the door. Bakery club will play the Admin- Key West in the state CHURCH. SOUTH Morning worship at 11 o'clock. evening service.
NEW YORK Aug. 3.-The New
"Oh. no! she said warmly. "Oh!" exclaimed the girl who and the I The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup
istration aggregation ment at Miami again last
York Giants went to
victory over '
1 knew he hadn't. But I would knew him at once from his photos In Service team will meet the Light- touma.1 Rev. L. M. Smith Pastor per will be administered. SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
the Craves the making it five out
)Just like you to know.It Is a very Important tbo papers but was rather overcome Boston taking house games Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. CHURCH
discovery. It will! give as a by his size and vitality and his outlandish game by a score of 4.1. ,,'ith'Clydell boys.night the Admnisitrationten en played. The final Church school at 9:45 a. ra..!f Evening worshio. 8 o'clock.

treat advantage in the air when we clothes. "It's Rex Moore, Castleman and Allyn Stout'I Friday will hook up with the Light- 8 toI.. with Ed. R. Curry, puperintentt I Sermon subject: "Broken Down (Colored)

get It right. That Is one of the reasons IsnT It? I say, Laurie Isn't In." combining loitch five-hit ball and the Bermuda Leader at bat A. Acevedo dent. Altars." Southard Street Between Thomas
house players i i was ,
why 1 am glad to have fou do- "Isn't she? And you're Gladys* which strengthened the New York- Inn I Morning: worship at 11 o'clock.I Mid-week service, Wednesday and Emma Streets
ers' position at the of the National Bakers will play the Cave out who connected safely three out With Christ.
log my private correspondence. He wrung her hand and she was top "Supping evening at 8 o'clock.CATHOL:1C William Perkins, PastorG.
League. fit. of four chants, making his average Junior Epworth League meetsat Williams, Missionary! Leader

The Chicago= Cub suffered! their! I for the seven games .612. He 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer i, CHURCH Sabbath School (Saturday), 10

first whitewashing: since July 5,1 LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN has been to bat 31 times, securing in charge. : o'clock.

I !1 1I Young Gene Schott of the Cincinnati i 19 hits and..scoring 12 : Intermediate Epworth League St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church services, 11 o'clock in

Reds blanking them, 8-0. I Sweeting hit two out of runJ.1 meets at 5:0 p. m. Mrs S. J. Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., the morning.Y. .

Scoring four of their runs in the : LEAGUE So did Baker. Albury Pierce in charge. in charge P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30

first inning without hitting a ball: Club-- W. L. Pct have come out of his slump Young People's Departmentmeets Order of services for this" o'clock p. m.

I r out of the infield the Brooklyn i Detroit t. ,., "- ,----,---- 59 37 .615 smacked a homer, and a single ir at 7:00 p. m. Miss Norma church: Prayer meeting every Wednea-

I Dodgers defeated tl.e Phillies. 8 : New York, .....,...m 53 31 .589 four times up. Yates president. Sunday morning Masses will be day night at 7:30 p. m.

1 c ur to 3. in the opening game of the: Chicago ..._.._.__m'__ 51 39 .561 In the field, Albury and Baker Evening worship service at 8:001! said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock.

series.' Boston _.m......._ 49 45 .521 for the Lopez ten. and Hale, M. o'clock"That Gift of Gold or"I Week-day :Mass at '7 o'clock.. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

The New York Yankees snappedout I Cleveland __.__.._ 4G 45 .505 Acevedo and Sweeting for the. What Will You Do With That Dol- i Evening service at 7:30 o'clock

of their hitting flump, fell on : Philadelphia _..___ 39 47 .453 Bakers were the stars. lar?" j(Sundays and Fridays. (Colored)

three Washington pitchers for 13 Washington __....... 40 56 .417! Score by innings: R. H. E. Prayer and praise service each A. T. McCaskill. Pastor

hits and defeated the Senators, 9 St Louis 00___ 31 62 .333 Lopez .... 200 001 100-4 8 2 Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH M. A. Moreno, Recording StewardMrs.

to 4.Sam :=:: Bees .... 104 200 Olx-8 10 2 Young people's choir practice M. A. Moreno Secretary

West's home run with Ray I NATIONAL LEAGUE Batteries: C. Gates, A. Lurn each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Corner Dnval and Eaton Streets Sunday school 9:30 a. m.

1 Pepper on base in the eighth inning Club- W. I.. :'et and Ingraham; Ward and Griffin. Alice Jenks, pianist. Sundays Sunday service 11 a. m.

I I II Za broke an 8-8 tie and gave the New York ___.__. 61 33 .649 --- Church choir practice each Fri :Morning Prayer, 6:45: a. m. Evening worship, 7 o'clock.

St. Louis Browns a 10 to 8 victory -! Chicago .m._.__..._ 62 39 ..614St day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Mass (Communions), '7 a. m.

over the White Sox: Louis _...__ 56 38 .596 i I DOUBLEHEADERI Adams, pianist.. Mass for the Church School BETHEL A. M. E.:: CHURCH

The summaries follow I Pittsburgh .00.......__ 55 4-1 .556: 9:30 a. m.

Brooklyn ... ...-----. 43 52 .453 i ON SUNDAY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1 Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. (Colored)
( I 1 At ---------S. II. F..I Cincinnati ,"mm__ 43 54 .4431 I t CHURCH Evensong Prayer, Sermon,I 'orner: Division and Thomas Sts.
I 1 4 0 I ... 54 .42G: H. R. Hill pastor
.. 40 I
Philadelphia Benediction 8 m.
:fatt : :: ::: : 9 0 I Boston ..... ... .25; 71 .260: I J. C. Gekeler, Pastor :' Week p. Days I Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Batteries: Lee Casey and' (By JOVE) Corner of White and Washington 6:45 Preaching, 11 a. m.
I Morning Prayer a. m.
i I I ''J tOn O'Dea; Schott and Lombardi.! i iI I Tomorrow afternoon the Wagner Streets Junior A. C. E. League meet
Mass 7 a. m.
school meets at 1C a.
CHANGES Beer outfit will cross bats with I Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. at 6:30 p. m.
A. C. Elgin superintendent meets
the Cuban Club at the Navy Field. m. Senior A. C E. League
York R. II.
At New A second Mass on Wednesdays,
is taught
Boston ........._..._ 1 5 E.I I SERMON SUBJECT The batteries will be Salinero and I The Adult Bible Class I 9a.m. At 6:15 p. m.
]I Joe Navarro for the Wagners and by the pastor. Evening service 8 p. m.
the surface, only an elegant man of the world. New York ......m._.____. 4 12 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Services
Sanchez and A. Castro for the I Weekly
Batteries Smith Betts and :
i "Of 'I should mention feel the life of that : I Sermon topic: "The Joy of Sacri i CHURCH OF GOD '7:30 m. Class
course not quick to pulsing :Mueller\ ; Castleman. Stout and I i I Club boys. This game will start Tuesday, p. ,
It to anybody" Laurie said and grip.. like an electric shock. Mancuso.At I Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., pastorof : at 1:30 o'clock sharp.In fice." 1106 Olivia Street Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsaL -

added In a lightly! stiff voice: "Rex She stared at him. the First Methodist (Stone)" the second contest a picked Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock.I

:does not talk to me about his pro- She wasn't'expecting yon. She Church requests The Citizen to I team will play the Pirates. This Sermon topic: "The Message!: of Sunday school 3:30 m.
fession." rang up a little while ago to say she Philadelphia R. II. E. at! the Rainbosc"There p.
that be will preach underway LEGALS
was late at the office and was having Brooklyn ..... _..ou..._._..__- 8 11 1 r announce fracas is scheduled to get will be no Wednesday Sunday night service, 7:15
You must be excited about his re the evening service tomorrow on o'clock. Batteries will
at 3
........_..._ 374 [ o'clock.
dinner with Mr.Albery.She said Ihewouldn't Philadelphia m. I II evening Bible Study.
turn. He will' be a hero thane 'be
greater Munns and I I the subject of "Home. ![ : Casa and Griffin for the Evangelistic service, Wednesday Hi THR ClHCtlT rOfKT OF TUBTWBVTIKTH '
home'Late Batteries Earn haw.
be late :
er. | thought 1 would mention It had been announced that this Buccaneers and Bethel and Ingra- DICIAI.. CIRCHT:

about the fuel being a secret but I at the office. The good 014man' Lcpez; Walter Pezzullq and Todd.I I!subject: would be the last of three i I ham for the picked nine. THE SALVATION ARMY I Prayer, 7:15; and p. m.praise service.! Fri OF MO\HOK FLORID cot.>T'CRA 1% ADD FOR' .
the soul of discre exc snow In the mouthsof St. Louis at Pittsburgh not "
am sure you are "That
consisting of 'That Boy, Walker Offi-
: Vernon W. CKRV.
I l I Captain 7:30 Teachers' meet-
*' women!. Rex Moore an angry scheduled.' day, p. m.
tion. Then with his flashing smile gave Girl and "The Home." He states' T. E. PRICE

be added. When we get the fuel little laugh that Gladys didn't that, instead tomorrow night's, i) 1002 cer Fleming in Charge Street ing. vas rrrrl,*mrf .r plaintiff...n__

right perhaps well call It after ,.ou. understand but thought thrillingand AMERICAN LEAGUEAt I I !subject! will be followed by the l" CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Company meeting (Sunday Latin MusicsServices PERCY A. COOK and BEATRICED.
Laurie! Prettier than B. P. or frightfully strong. She was actually Washington R. II. E. The COOK hie wife,

Pratt.., or Mex. or Ethyl. Isn't it?" "thrilled to the bone" by his New York ..._.,_.._. 913 1!, other state two that mentioned.when solve rever-the school! ), 9:45 a. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and FOR PUBLICATION D.fendastsORDER
end you 11 a. m.
She laughed In natural amusement personality, as she told her sister Washington ..___-.._._.___ 483 home then easily; Holiness meeting Thursdays, conducted by Rev. It appearing by affidavit of T. E.
she would be. .} problem. you can Subject: "Jesus Only. Charles E. Lazo. Price plaintiff In the above styled
bpl grew apprehensive again. Batteries: Broaca and Dickey; solve the others. 6:30p. and entitled, cause that the defendants -
"I'm afraid there's nothing to eat. .aacaeaee..aaac.e cecee Young People's Legion, Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.
u be said quietly: Hadley Pettit. Russell and Bol- Percy A.Cook and
she told Rex. "And Mrs. Budd. has He says' that God is the authorof WANTED m. Topic: "Appearance and Beatrice, D. Cook Ills wife are each
-I 1 nope yon have' quite forgiven gone." ton. home, the first one being in the I Reality." on-renldents of the State of Florida -

me for what I said the Other day.It "That's all right. I bad something Garden of Eden. and the last one Salvation meeting, 8:00 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL and that It Is the belief delead.IU"Pert"T of the
CbiCago- 1 ROOM AND BOARD WANTEDby CHURCH SOUTH affiant that the paid'
has been painful to me to remember at If I At R. II. E. D.
Croydon. and want anything will be in Heaven. Subject: "Changed and Commis- A. Cook and Beatrice
that I lost my self-controL I wantedto more I can go out. St. Louis ....._.____.._..10 17 3 Rev. Culpepper extends an invitation couple in private family. SALVADOR" Cook. his wife, are each residents of

speak of It at Fen Gretton on Sunday He was hurt at Laurie being ont Chicago ........._.__......... 880. to all to come out and Home must have all modern sioned. service Saturday nightat "EL and Virginia Scotch Plain. New within Jersey tb.and Stateof that
Street on Corner Grinnell there l III no person
but I hadn't the pluck. How ridiculous! And dining with t Batteries: Cain. Knott, Thomas: hear the sermon tomorrow night.I conveniences! and be close by the corner of Fleming and Du- Streets Florida service of a subpoena
Her discomfort: was swallowed In Albery. Why shouldn't she? It could 'and Hemsley Jones Wyatt Kennedy -I beach. Address Box A. care upon whom would kind the said defendants -
; val streets, 8 o'clock. Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor and that It Is the belief
a swift rush of pity. Why should this be no business of his. He had seen I The Citizen. aug3-2tx
and Sewell.. that each of said
NEW WAGE MEASURE t Midweek service, Thursday, 8 (Services in Spanish) of said
man be apologizing to her so humbly that Albery was keen on her. And I defendant la i over the age of
T This man who had done everything he hadn't advised her of his arrivaL I AFFECTS REFUGEES! FOR RENT p. iru Sunday school, 10 a, m. IW"'t7-ono years:
Cleveland at Detroit postponed IT 18. THEREFORE. ORDERED
for her. given her a place in He hadn't sent a single word since Preaching, 8 p. m. that the Mild defendants Percy A.

the world an Interest In life self- he left As a matter of fact he rain. .\\'wf'alt 1u..1.t.. Pnaa) BICYCLES-WE RENT by the! FLEMING STREET METHODIST Mothers' Club meets Monday, Cook and Beatrice D. Cook, his
and they
support and self-respect. Of course hadn't Intended to start until tomor- CHURCH 8p.m. wife, and each of them be
CORK, IrelindT Aug. 3.-A Hour, Day 03 WeekJ) Repair are hereby required to appear to
some brain crisis must have overcome row, but Wilmer Jones bad taken a. Philadelphia at Boston to be biU' introduced by the de Valera all makes and:pJi1nt'them with Cor. Fleming and William Street Bible study and prayer service the bill of complaint filed IB this
bins when he had told her that sudden turn for the better and was played on later,date. I Wednesday 8 p. m. aid cause, on or before Mondar.the : .
government regulating rates of No-Enamel. JVeJfcarry: a full Shuler Peele Pastor 5th dar of August A. D. IMS.
be toted her when he had tried to out of _
take her 'In his arms. But be danger.was In a bad. mood.. Newsof ..........sseeeee......e pay for practically every trade in supply of partS Agent: for the Church school meets 'at 9:45: "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. otherwise bill of complaint the allegation will be'' taken of said a*

his arrival had got through and I the country is claimed here to be Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles am: William N. Knowles. sup L. Oser 'and Montero confessed by raid defendant,

)LEASE. Mr. Albery. don't say there had been quite a crowd at Today In History aimed directly at Jews who* have And 'sell themes:Tow as $3.00 erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship Pastors this IT order IS FURTHER be published ORDERED one a week that

anything more about It. I shall Croydon. although It was nearly .............cceeeeaaeeo1492Columbts emigrated to Southern Ireland down and-fLOOper> week. We Bible Class meets in the paator' Duval and Angela Streets for four consecutive weeks: In The
never think of It again" dark and the newspaper men had : from Germany in recent years. Buy and Sell all makes of used study. The pastor is the Sunday school 3 p. m. Key: West Citizen a newspaper oft
rattled him no end. left Palos, Taking advantage of the Free Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.i teacher. Service in Spanish, Friday, a-eneral circulation published In
"There Is one way In which 1 don'twant the historic which Monroe County, Florida.
you really. to forget. Mrs. He was not cut out for a hero,and Spain on State's high protective tariffs,t Stowers company 515 Duval Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 7:30 p. m. DONE AND ORDERED at KeyWest
discovered the New World.
Moore.; be persisted with that sad they trie to make him one. He .tome of them as high as 500 per street. jly9 Holy Communion. A. D..IU5.Florida this itla day July

little smile that made his face so old didn't deserve all this kudos WU- \[cent hundreds of the newcomers I Intermediate Epworth League SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS (CT. CT. SEAL)

and so Inscrutable."I only want you mer Jones had Just as much right to 1907-Standard Oil of Indiana : have opened small factories and PIANO TUNING meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- Circuit ROSS C.(oa.C'"lIa WTER. -
Clerk Court.
to forgive me. But I don't want yon It. Only poor Jones was in In Marseilles fined $29,000,000 for accepting i I are popularly believed to be earning line Watkins, superintendent. '1017 Fleming Street ty, Florida

to forget that If ever you need a And being sensitive as a wo freight rebates--reversed the next large profits. PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo Young People's League meetsat B. T. Sawyer, Teacher By FLORENCE E. SAWYER,
man In some ways which nobody year reno. Excellent piano for sale Felton Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m. Deputy Clerk.
friend. I am here. And I am not Proof that many of their em- 7 p. m. Miss Mary W. C. PRICE.
ashamed of your knowledge that It guessed, and hating himself for It, ployees, however. are making as cheap. 1018 Division street president. Sabbath service, 10:30 a m. Solicitor for Plaintiff.pys112e17

has made me unhappy that yon have be was In a very nasty temper. 1914-France and Germany de- little as three cents an hour has I jly25-lmci Evening worship service at 8-00 ;; a1lCa. ItS

come too late into my life? "So you are Gladys! he said, clared war on each otber.1915Announcement made the government determined 1 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor: MIXED BIBLE CLASS
with his surprising smile. like ROOMS
Laurie looked at him with an em- a to enforce equitable wages. "A Worthwhile Dad."
barrassed but grateful smile. She bright light behind his eyes But It : made thatit I I I This church nill observe Fath- Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti-
was an absent recognition. "THE lIUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
could not help feeling flattered and was the Rainbow Division of KQPS MONEY IN MOUTH er's Night and a number of the tint Teachers
honored. (Ceryriaht, nit. CoraJit Sissies New York that defeated Prussian I in price and location, members of the church who have This class meets every Sunday RUoOLll
water. 128 N. E. 4th S
Behind: his Impassive Oriental Gi.ard the previous week. \ WINSTON-SALEM: N. O .Jim t running given! long yean of service will be morning at the Harris School au
Rex Deb a phone call fromwoman. a street Miami Fla. jly26-lmox
mask !Mark Albery was at that moToday's Monday. i Webster. an aged Negro of this t honored. ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and

-. -- -__ oJ 1923-Calvin Coolidge! took : city has kept a silver dollar in his! REAL EST A1\ WANTEDIF Midweek prayer and Bible women lot connected with any !
oath as President, at Plymouth Vt. :\ mouth for the past 40 years to study Wednesday at 8 p. m. other Bible Class and regardlessof
.ee.eeee.e.eeeeeeeeeee.. i. MAKES USE OF CABIN I scare off the witches. So far he\ YOU HAVE PROPERTY FORSALE Choir rehearsal Wednesday im- denominations are invited t' CIGAR STORE

'........................I has worn out two silver dollars. or rent advertise it in the mediately following the mid-week: attend.

I TTf.E.-Dr.. F.'W. Good of I Today's Horoscope I Annual Fall Southern Real Es- service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- J I -o-

Anniversaries thi city. tour the coast of Alaska 'U.eeeeee..e.e.e..e... .r"IIIII 1"1. tate page to be published in She rector. CHRISTIAN SC1 NCE SOCIETY I
in a tTnaTT1"motor boat, using the classified columns of the I Baseball ReturnsBy
........................ I tat in to pracice dentistry in the Today's native is firm, stead TO SUBSCRIBERSIf New York: Herald Tribune on PENTECOStAL MISSION 327 Elizabeth Street Daily

111-Elisha G. Otis, inventor- I isolated towns and villages fast and sure; the disposition U I do act receive year October 20, 27; November 3, Sunday school 9:30 a. nu Wire
devices diplomatic and calculating and yet 10. A suggested advertisementwill 909 Olivia Street Sunday morning service at 11
m.ipufacturer: of the safety t o'clock ia the
born at Davenport: Iowa. Died in paper by 6:15
carrier considerable in
success be sent with cost for insertion Wm Skondeen: Pastor o'clock. -0-
making the elevator possible+i! Chicago, April 24, 1934. I. afternoon call telephone 51 service at
several line of effort There is a without obligation. Forward Sunday morning worship, 11 Wednesday evening COME IN AND GET THE
born oat Halifax Vt. Died atj 1 1I!I strong tendency to worry over S .ad paper will lie seat tot complete description of your I I o'clock. .8 o'clock. RESULTS

Yonkers N. Y., April 8. 1801. I I i 1867-Augustus M. Herring*, business matters and there is a t your bom. A complaint hey property to "Southern Real Estate Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. J'I Reading room In Society build-j OF THE

I notable American pioneer in aviation d&nger that the hopes will not bear Is duty at this office from Z Desk" Herald Tribune. 230 m. rug open Tuesdays and Fridays MAJOR BASEBALL
s.1, born at Covington. Ga. Died fruit of it.Miss em iWest New York.jly27ang31017x. I 1 5 o'clock. LEAGUES0
1835-Artemas Martin U. on account GiIS- t. 7sl5 p. m. for tkpBipoe 41st St. I Sunday night evangelistic. service from 3 to
in New York July 17, 1926. I 7:15 o'clockTuesday I
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mathematician of delivering c.plai.ta. ,
Cot rt and Geodetic -
Elizabeth Pomerene of and : SAINT PETER'S
t 7:15
p. m., prayer CIGARETTES
born In Steuben Co., N. I 1887-Rupert Brc.okepEngUsh .I Cleveland received the degree of .rc_.t Help acrvie.as by give cli yon.(100 51 I FOR SALE praise service. :f (Colored) CIGARS ,

Y. Died Nov. 7, 1918. I poet Lorn. Died April 23, 1915. bachelor and master of arts and p if do aot r.c iT. The Ciil1'Jlrllllll.A- I Friday 7:15 p. m., fellowship Center Street Between Petronia SOFT DRINKS
-- I 'I.doctor of phIlosophy from Western yea )OLD| PAPERS FOR SALE-Two meeting. I I: and Olivia I ETC.
1857-Paul Shorey, the University -,:i 1 I Subs ibe.to The Citizen-20c Reserve University at the. 'age of sa.d I. bandies for Be. The Citizen Office Saturday 2 30 p. m., boys' and I t t Mass, 8 a. m. .

of Chicago's noted classicist, weekly. _' < 2x oetlft girls' church. i j a Solemn Evensong and BenedJo-



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." FOUR ;, THE KEY WEST. CITIZEN SAT:' .. ;, AUtJ 3. iJuJ,


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ITS TRUE! By Wiley Parian MOORE FAMILY COLORED YOUTH PLAN ERECTION ing was donated by Mrs. Rica Pea-

:-: SOCIETY : : RETURN HOMEHAD HELD FOR TRIAL NEW PARSONAGEFLEMING son.Rev.church.,Shuler told The Peele Citizen, pastor the of structure the-

I is to te a' modern six-room

................................................. bungalow to be erected at anes-

re 'timated cost of $3.500. Some of
Yesterday wrong
Birthday Party
the funds have already been donated -
head and I just can't
Honor Of Betty Lou Johnson stealing," said Curtis tion.

colored lad, who wss Darrow'l --' --

A delightful party was given I Robert Albury Billy Albury, I week for breaking: and
yesterday afternoon by Betty LouJohnson Faye Niles, Lillian: Stewart Joyce the barbecue stand at Division and I r
Mrs.1 Dickens f i Mr. and Mrs. James S. jMoore Plans for new for!
Htrris Edith! Harris: Diane a parsonage
daughter of Mr.\ and S Simonton streets. I

J. Ii!. Johnson, 923 Angela street William Malone. Robert Ma- I I and son, James Jr., who were The reply quoted above was Fleming Street Methodist church,i ito j

in honor of her sixth! birthday. lone, Helen Wells Harold Wells, given to Deputy Elwood who be constructed at 619 William r
Warren Bethel Emelina Alfonso, 4 < hospitality
Those who enjoyed the : "T'AATAtf asked Darrow why be did not stop street, site of the present parsonage -
Mae.Johnson. Joe )I. Johnson -
of the little hostess follow: Jennie Robert i a:T41e win' UNION Ja.I ILARIOUSOMECY I' west and sent, some time at the stealing and try to lead a better ; are being made by FERA
Frank'Lowe. William
Bobby Jean Johnson Edwina 11AM. (Tit ouwuDs .1 fAN '. life. lie concluded his statement architects and actual construction i rr
Henson Edna -Juarez, Bevely I Archer, Earl Adams, Betty Lou MQuS1tDHEARRETURN: ..IAeSGEtN). Moore homestead at Worcester, as to somet Ling being wrong with will begin in a short time.
Scarce, Robert Pub, Joyce Parks, Gringr Kenneth Blackwell, Gloria ,H. -( STAN his head by'asking, "Mr.[ Grilhe. Lumber from the building in the
Al- uarez, Betty Jane Cattwell. tA' 1 Mass., returned:; this week. Hire
George Charlow. Geraldine how much will it cot to have my present parsonage and from the This
Donald Cana- '
bury. Virginia Russell, John Col- Ruth Canalayo h' /CMf. ;!- AS. JEG/ltDERED/ rnVATic.a S eom S w.. Mrs. Moore and James, Jr., re- head examined." structure in Pcacon's Lane which
lins, Jr., Wa'do' Collins, Ross Pair- layo. Rose Mae Canalayo Rita ELM ORE. REGIMENT ON FOREIGN DUTY Before Mr. Elwood could replyto was for years the grocery store of ArmyOf"Salesmen"
Canalayo. Walter turned over the highway while
rctt, Audrey' Louise Roberson Canalayo Lenard VETERAN O WE- dUN this question the case was called Richard Peacon, will be used with
Rose Marie Roberts, Shirley Mae Canalayo_ Junior Williams, INTlRNAnONALSTAGE LANS' Mr. Moore. who had appointments, by Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez. other material to be purchased.The .

Roberts, Doris Roberts; Kermit Jack Costar Annie E. Everette, AND WEAMiWCAN I HOBBY IS with several clients of the Reedy Darrow pleaded guilt": to breakingand lumber from the Peacon build-

Roberts. Bertram Roberts, Sophie Roe Marie Archer Kenneth WAS BORN SCREEN IN J\ COLLECTINGCHINA. Forwarding company, which he entering with intent to com- THEY'RE THE ADVERTISING -
Rob- Meadow Lois Rr Russell, Colleen 171U I
Charlotte Roberts Violet f
Chester Harris. IDNDON AND DOGS.' heeds and rode with them from mit a misdemeanor, and was plac- COLUMNSof
erts. L nn, EDUCATED OUVER ed under bond of $200 to appearat

.... -- I AT OXFORD. NA&DY'SLgoof1 Miami to Key West. I the next term o' criminal court.
-- -
'aso>di. ,
the sections of the country
Pythian Circle Dance Tonight At '
which he visited. Mr. Moore said M'KILLIP NOW

EntertainedWednesday HabanaMadridA rte that in Worcester, especially, the i The Key West

h aspect of business was entirely i
'! afternoon the Py large crowd is expected to different from last year and several CONVALESCINGGilbert CitizenThey'll

thian Sisters Needlecraft Club attend the big Saturday night years previous EXPERT
''dance at Habana-Madrid Club tonight Most of the m ny and diversified i OPTICAL take your messageto

was entertained by Mrs. Leland,; which starts at 10 o'clock. inJustrjdl i-fct-jtJshoviin signs!: 1 ){.KilIip, son of Mr. and SERVICE every home in the city

Sawyer at her home on Petronia]I I A good program of dance of recovery WJf InHte 'jmdi.other I Mrs. William McKillip. Sr., of and SELL 'EM waresor
street The afternoon was spentin ; rhythm will be furnished by Del'a 1 WIWAMc1ANN1YS business were Beginning: increase -! Eaton street. who has been in the Optical repairs form a large services.

sewing. Delicious refreshments I[ Habana-Madrid Orchestra. This the n'im:::er of employes. I Marine Hospital undergoing: treatment -I

!I j dance is for members and their +10881 G The business situation generally,!I for some time, will leave the part of our services. We are '
were served. i fully qualified and experiencedto
invited guests. he said, was good. hospital! today.
Those present were:' j! Mr.: McKillip's many friends 1 duplicate broken lenses and

Mesdames Flora Michael Lau' Leland Sawyer and Miss Anna TRUE! that Stan Laurel's collection of rare plants and APPELROUTHSGOING will be pleased to learn of his not-I frames on your glasses. The Citizen I

rence Higgs Corinne Jerman. C. Whitmarsh.The ed improvement, and wish for hima
beautiful flowers won first prize in a home garden contest con-
C. I. Knowles Jr. will
Brown George club meet next weekat speedy recovery.
artist Padan .
ducted in Los Angeles", Wiley
W. P. Archer, William Sands. the home of Mrs.\ William says NORTHMr.
in 'Bonnie Scotland' several distinguished well-
TRUE that
OrlbofOB Soft-Lit Licence -
Arnold Key, Constance McDonald,: Sands. FOR TWO PURPOSES
educated natives of India appear as extras. l
532 Dual Street
.. Ont.-In
......................... and Mrs. Isadore Appel-
STEAMER GRANADA I ................................................. pre-depression days Bert Fajazza
routh and infant will leave
son built his
of this city contractor
BEHIND THE LINES PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. over the Oversea Highway Tues- driveway out of hard coaL Last I MONROE THEATER
day for combined pleasure and
I..SCSSSSSSSSS.S.SSSSSStl ARRIVES IN PORTFRUIT ........................'..........aaa..sa...... business a trip in New York and wniter he dug it up to keep warm. Al Jolson-Rnby Keeler 0

(Continued from Page One) Manuel Cremate, who was. Ray Bush, Key West manager I' other cities in the north and east PALACERobert GO INTO-in-YOUR DANCEMatinee I II

much of a campaign but others spending a few days in Miami\ '' of the circulation department of and later in parts of the west. a

have been given the samw play j I STEAMER: BROUGHT 40 with relatives and friends returned the Miami Herald, left yesterday Mr. Appelrouth will personally Taylor-Virginia Bruce : Balcony 10c| Orckes* I
-in- ira, 15-20c Night: 15-25
Palm Beach has five citizens PASSENGERS: YESTERDAY on the morning train yes- !I for a business trip to Miami.\ select new fall stock for The On
who would like'to be Governor terday. II {t Store of Fashion on this trip. A TIMES SQUARE LADY Every

. They are John R. Ueacham, AFTERNOON i I -- t:!: Charles L. Roberts, manager of large! portion of his time will be Comedy and Silly Symphonyin "..I. "_.lltt'm ........ H.e ."
.present senator Judge E. B. Don- Russell of the at New York after which he will colors
r ; Captain Ingraham, Porter-Allen Company left
nell Alfred Wagg. president of I the. quartermasters department;i, yesterday afternoon for a short visit' other eastern markets. Matinee: I0-I5c; Night: 15-25c I THE SEMINOLE Car RepairedRest

the. state chamber of commerce; Steamship Granada, of the Florida National Guard arrived business trip to Miami. With the exception of last year fti
P. D. Patsy former member of yesterday over the East Coast to t!I Mr. Appelrouth has made an an-
Standard Fruit and Steamship nual visit to the east in order that BENJAMIN LOPEZ assured that when
the Racing Commission-then inspect the camp at Fort Taylor. City Auditor Wlllard Albury
I the customers of The Store of FUNERAL HOME i e the job is completed on
Wendell p
Heaton president of the company arrived yesterday after and Mrs. Albury left yesterday aiGa
State Federation of Labor if Fred Delaney, prominent in i 1 I afternoon for a brief visit with Fashion! might have the opportunity Serving Key Wed your car whether it'sa

are to believe what we hear we.1 noon, 3:15 o'clock, from Phila- fraternal circles in Florida, was:: friends in :Miami. of buying!: wearing apparel Half Century simple adjustment! or a
which is the latest in style and the 24 Hour Ambulance Service a w
Home-towners an arrival the East Coast
are over
with overhauling .
delphia 40 tourist complete
passen best in quality and at lowest
neither of them will make the yesterday for a visit with his]: John Quinn, auditor with the Licensed Embamer
prices.Mr.. Phone 135 Night 696-Wwmm your auto has been
gers.The many friends in Key West. Clydc-Mallory Lines who was in
race.Just J vessel took on bunkers of I and Mrs. Appelrouh will be through expert hands.
who will carry the bannerof Key West auditing the books of

the administration in that'! oil and a water supply and sailed I Ilelio Gomez, son of Peace. Justice -!II the company, left yesterday aft- weeks.away from the city about six ': ". .._..-III F........ EXPERT AUTO
I'll AS. B. OIU r.R. Manager
Gubernatorial race is something! 11:30 o'clock for Frontera Mexico and Mrs. Robelio Gomez who ernoon for Miami. A human home-like Institution PAINTING
of a mystery J. Turner where the cruising will vacation with relatives t \" where yon will find ,..... Inelvlenale ;
But-I party was spending a \ 't""IISPEND
I' I :;R ers and lIr"Burling, who were \ // f.rt and .. .... ._..* a matter -
ler's friends bitterly deny trend several data while the vessel in Miami,' returned on the Mrs. Leonard Grillion and in Key West and guests of Mr. of great Importance. Work done at pricesyou

is a possibility Some he.1 is laden with bananas Havana Special yesterday. I j I daughter. Mrs. Joseph W. Sawyer, and Mrs. Stephen M. Whalton, / -o- can afford to pay.

nistration lieutenants have Freighter Alamo, of the Clyde- I I were arrivals yesterday on the left over the highway this morning A....' fireproof, belle... located

ped it" that Chester B. Mallory Steamship company, is due Eugene Sands was a returning!'Havana Special from Miami. Mr*. for Miami, accompanied by YOUR In the heart ., the ells ONLY GENUINE

way 'chairman of the State Road: in port tomorro r morning from from Marathon Grillion had been visiting in Miami -o-
passenger yesterday -' Miss' Mary C. Whalton. daughterof Toll FORD
Department and Works Progress New York en route ot Tampa and where he visited briefly with!!: for about two months while Mr. and Mrs. Whalton. who VACATION and Every Shower Room Hath wllh,Combination Radio, Electric
Administrator will "be the man" Galveston. Mrs. Sawyer had been spending a Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer PARTS USED
friends. will spend a while in Miami. :: THIS YEAR INFLORIDA : Beds withMattresses
but won't announce until early vacation of two weeks in Jacksonville -
of Inner Spring Construction -
next year. Treadway, however CARVING ON POLE I with her husband who returned and Individual Reading *
Mrs. Ramon Blanco Herrera D. Townsend Smith engineerin I I Trevor & Morris
advises that he has no desire to and son Iosme Blanco Herrera to Key West a few days the office of the Coast and I Lamps. RATES
make a campaign and that the POPLAR BLUFF M.-A. L. I ago. I
Ducassi. who arrived on the ;. Geodetic Survey unit. now oper- ?k'1 Fyour HEALTH!I \ Single
his is Heinrich of I __. -INC--
possibility of running more this city recently com- 7ft R Private BathN 8r..8e;
Cuba from Havana ating in Key West, left yesterdayfor
pleted Steamship : ,. R__., Private Bath :&.lIe
than remote. t carving a pictorial history Thursday, and spent the night Mrs C. H. Hilton, formerlyMiss the week end with friends in //I1"\\\ 4e "_.. Private Bath a.ee "Oldest Continuous Ford
of Missouri on a 30-foot totem i Irma Lowe, will arrive in 24 Enema Private Bath a.a
pole. Tis only tools were an ax anda with friends, left over the hiFh-; i) Miami. .. Sample "-_.. Private Bath .... Dealer in the World"
The between :
freight rate fight i Keyest 'tomorrow on the Havana '
knife. way yesterday morning for :MiamL -l' 1.I.I' ...I'I""I'.I'.I.ASpecial! SLIGHT I&CRKAtE FOR POUL.PEARLMAN'S .
trucks and railroads is far more Special for a visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plummer OCCUPANCY

momentum than the general public uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs T. arrived over the highway last - -

realizes An example may be several Floridians ambitious to T. Thompson on Simonton street. night for a visitwith Mr. Plum
found in illustration serve in the senate are crossing Tildo Carrero, of the Pan- This will be Mrs Hilton's! first
simple nd Mrs. Lionel
onq i; mer's ., 'l# *
. .. Until a year and half ago, their fingers in the hope that the American Airways in },Miami arrived visit to her old home in ten ) Plommer'at tiiJjpfJnjffA Elizabeth Sale OnSHOES
venerable senator wll retire at the over the highway last night Inc. HOLTSBERG'SMONDAY
it cost 45 cents per hundred to andfe.c nwav. riejids street. They were accompaniedon
'for visit 'with relatives and oeal''l I ,
end of his a
present term.
ship canned goods from Jacksonville return lio'it.b Island City. the, trip by Mrs. E. R. Lowe
friends. '
to Orlando Now you can I h' who will visit, tier sister Mrs. SATURDAY AND MONDAYSALE SALE

chip this same hundred pounds of Arthur Wadsworth Stuckie. Rev. Jamea&.7Day, who was Frank .Papy Our special window of Foot-
canned goods from Jacksonville to "tomato and bean" and 'hitchhiking" Dr. E. N. L'Engle, state director cbedoled tofQtrrivenn 'Key West I' : wear has been specially I 25;; pieces of solid color Broad.

Orlando for 25 cents You candidate from Fort of national reemployment.1 ?'t".e'tenipg.er: the izhway( was priced for Saturday and You can always depend cloth plenty of White, Blue.
Lauderdale I hopes to feit. in theGovernor's arrived yesterday Monday. All sizes and all on Pink. Etc.., 10e
can now ship as far as Fort Myers ,,delayed atji>faterunjbef! having ARONOYHZ; GOOD VALUES here-get the per yard
for the same rate that formerly chair from January ence with different, departments)I missed the ferry, and was forcedto styles are rep-'
applied to Orlando, several hun 1937 to January 1941 Campaigning of the WPA. remain until today. He is ex- resented, pair _._ &L. this store. fast colors, 40 inch wide,

dred miles closer to Jacksonville. among his neighbors pected to arrive this evening, and DEPARTMENT STORE Phoenix and Kayser Silk SALE ON SHOES reduced Monday, yard .. 15c

along the east! coast he, reportr Miss\ Helen Bailey who was will conduct services tomorrow at Hosiery, Chiffon and Service $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes on White Broadcloth, like Silk

and then Floridiansget "everything is looking good" here for two weeks and enjoyed ja i the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Continuing our CLEARANCE weights, special, 'TOp sale ......_--._....._....._._ $l-98 per yard ..._..:........__., 25e
now At Palm Beach the other day he delightful vacation as guest of j j Day arrived last evening however SAlLE OB all Summer Ready pair _._____ Broken stock: Ladies' Shoes Beautiful Cannon Towels, on

the an nation's earful capital of gossip concerning ou: of] made no bones about his looking: Mrs. Angela Baldwin at the homer I in company with Mr. and-:- to-Wear and Millinery. (Every pair guaranteed) pair ... _----...-.-..--..- $1.50 sale, each ....._........... 25e

the health of Senior Senator Dun- for a "financial angel" who on Ann street, left yesterday afternoon Mrs. Archie Thompson. New shipment of GIRLS' Clove Out On All higher grade Shoes greatly Extra size Silk Dresses reduced

would make his hitchhikingeasier for her home in New SUMMER DRESSES reduced. $2.95
can U. Fletcher Not infallible SCHOOL DRESSES in Prints
Financial agents who York. W. S. of eachS1.00 PREPARE FOR SCHOOL Summer Dresses sun-backs, on
Burling the Pan- and Sheers at -
usually fair and well-in would like to be able to "write We are sacrificing all of our Boys' and Girls' School Shoes sale ...... ....__...........__. $1.95
Airways and well- Summer !
week Dresses to make room
formed last
Time Magazine their own ticket" between 1937 AND UP ...... $1.OO. $1.25 and $1.50 Jacket Dresses, white with new
known for Fall Merchandise
to which I
carried of the Senior Mr. and Mrs. William Finder, a of Key WestCar willarrive
a picture and 1941 might not have to look Every dress sanforized and soon. Children's Sundial All Leather I Lilac Coats ....... ......... $2.9
Senator. which who were spending' a week Key!
seemed designedlyto
far under the circumstance, but pre-shrunk I Shoes at low prices.Boys' Kayser Silk Hose with new
give force and effect to the West with relatives, left ye!ter-, Triple Sheer Printed Dresses, fit-all-top, absorbs garter
the will excellent
peril be their Short Pants
magazine's comment of the! .. own. day afternoon for their home at BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS and best buy
Senator's increasing years &- Tavernier. J (I SHIRTS (Tom Sawyer Line), each .._._...._..____ UX. quality at pr. 59c and sOeBoys' $1.15 at .... .._.... .. $1.00
Claude Jones of Arcadia, cnairmxi __ I Fast Color Shirts, ea. 59c
Time observed: "Theoretically! of Education Committee: r all guaranteed to wear--atPopular1 MONDAY SALE I Children's Sun Suits, regular69c
and SOe
Girls' Wash Dresses 88c
Chairman Duncan Upshaw Fletcher Frank Curry of Miami, who. Prices Krinkle Bed Spreads. all on sale .....__._ SOe
the, American Legion, is gunningfor I Children's 25e value: Sox,
of the Senate Banking and : the State Superintendent's! was in Key West for a visit with 36 inch PONGEE PRINTSfor colors .____.._....._. 69c only .__.... ._....._.........._ l&e Children's School Dresses, 7 to
...._.._.._ ._
14 in .
his just $1.00
left for
Currency Committee has more relatives and friends, School Dresses for-
jol:.. .Henry Filer bend of the Girls' 5 pieces Lace for Dresses to $1.00 Pure Silk Ladies' Hose,

power over the nation'r monetarypolicies State.'Education Association, tells home yesterday afternoon. j t10m. mer value 39c yard, Monday close out, yard ..__..___ 35e I pair ____.........:..:'..._.....____.... 69c ADVANCE SHOWING OF
than other man in the i only, per NEW FALL HATS.
any friends,to. forget that
,, an7 reports 10 pieces Printed Voile
U. S. Actually the ageing Senator he will be a candidate for governor ; Charles Russell left for yard20c price 25c:, Monday .._, reg.ISc i MONDAY MORNING New Fall Jacket Suits $4.95

from Florida has very little to -lias 'ell certain that :MTiami yesterday afternoon called no 8:30 A. M..,. Another shipment of Crepe
j-retty : CLOSING OUT SUMMER I Kimonas .._..__.......__....
say about it". He makes a con- Clay Lewis of Marianna.\ speaker there by the serious' illness of her Another shipment o f Again! Printed Voiles. Broadr $1.OO
HATS, each _._ ._._... __ SOc .
scientious effort to follow the of Ute 1931 house will be brother, Leonard Albury. I I FLAXONS. LAWNS. PRINTS cloths and Flaxons, values Handmade Baby Dresses, justin

devious convolutions of the candidate for Congress, against a I !I and SHIRTING MATERIAL 40 inch White Batiste, yd. 20c 25c: yard at .....:._..-..... 13. ..._............_.:........... SOe

monetary squabble but final word Millard CaldwelL .Arthur Gomez. J. R. Click representing the FullyEquipped I per yard- Special Sal Monday' .. i (See Window) Discontinued styles in White

federal administration in* Shoes ..__.... ..... $1.50
now rests with the White House". : housing 15c m -
Monroe en..-.tor, i= expected to trya SHEETS AND PILLOW 1 SALE ON SILK DRESSES
Now approaching the octogenarian Mark I Key West, left over the highway Wearwel Pillow Cases, regular
fling for congress against: I this morning for visit with( CASES. $3.9Z Pastel Silk Dresses 35c at ..._ .- ..-......_.._ 25e
milestone there is increasing : Wilcox. .So may Johnny Be&ch- I a SCHOOL SHOES just received Big reductions on 3-year at ._.... .... ..._...__..... $1.98
conviction among the Senator's Palm Beach Senator. .So friends in Miami and is due to re- We carry only Leather Wearwefl Sheets 81x00, reg.
am, I I i guaranteed Sheets and PillowCases I' $5.95 and $6.75 Pastel Silk $1.25. at .. ....... .. $1.00
warmest friends turn Tuesday: ---- -
that he on For That
may not I may several :Miamians. .T. G. I Long Vacation on Monday. Dresses ...... $%.83 and $3.88
find himself physically able to Frtch of Le sburg. is being more j I Trip? We Have a Complete Shoes.MEN'S (These sheet and cases are
serve another term in the Senate SPECIALS SHIRT SALE THESTOREOFFASfflON Best $L25 Peperell Sheets, made by Marshall Field and
and more regarded as a certaintyas I Line of ,
. Present term expirs in 1939 candidate Congress to serve I WhiU Belt Darr- Special Prices at __._-_..._._-, $1.00 are guaranteed for 4 years.)

. I I AUTO $1.25 $1.25 Wash Dresses .__.. 88e $1.50 Rayon Bedspreads,
Completion of this term, first created fifth dis- Sweet Milk quart 19c ACCESSORIES 85c i I on
the newly i AND sale.. ._.._.._...._..
plus another six would call ,I I Buttes }Milk quart 15e I $2.50 Wash Dresses ...... $1.88 $1XX
years trict. .Dr. 1(. B. Hinson of the
for nine more years in the Senatehe State Dcnartmcnt of Eduationj Good Lack Oleo, wit* clan I i Colonial Service Station I MEN'S STRAW HATS. Leading Ladies' Store New Kimonas shipment and Japanese 2-pieee Silk Pa- SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER

would then be approaching his declares there ere too many: obsolete -1 per ID 22c Clarence Crusoe, Prop. i special- \ [APPELROUTH jamas ..._m.. .._..n..-__: $1.88 SPECIALSPAGE
ennities If he aspires! againit ed-ication laws on the TIFT'S CASH GROCERY PHONE : S1.00
will be in 1938. More than 397 CF"
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