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 7, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00086
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For Associated 65 Interests Years Service.Freu Devoted of Key Day West to Wire theBeat tEb e' jk tp.. W tS't Citizen( t most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather an average has in the the

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Objections To Cohen Sitting In FINE PROGRAM I RAILROAD MAN 1[RELIEF CLIENTS Tugwell Will Have Hands Full In New

I As Adviser In House Conference


Brings Forth Prolonged Argument I -- --_ ._,


tivities Amused At I RESERVATION Norfolk and Western Railroad I ACTIVITIESAll
Stand Taken was a first time sightseer in Key '
By Some END THIS MONTH I West yesterday and enjoyed a J Causes Much CommentBy
George Mills White, who needs relief clients who have not i; i
Members Of CongressBy brief but pleasant holiday. registered with the local NationalReemployment !!i ALTERNATIVE WRIT DE.'[
!I; no introduction to Key Westers, j Having heard much of Key I Office during the j 't' CONNECTION

DR. HARRY C. GALEY, CITY will be heard tonight in two numbers West and read more he decided:! to LIVERED FOR SERVICE TO I WITH FORECLOSURE HERBERT PLUMMER
I past year should do so at once, itj' CRy .'fuM rtalr4 PrP..,
HERBERT PLUMMER.. HEALTH OFFICER MAKES at the concert to be given by take advantage of his vacation: to I was pointed out. this morning at DEPUTY MARSHAL BY' PROCEEDINGS AT PUBLIC J) WASHINGTON AuK. 7.-Tko

ralr4 P. ) I come here and see the city. lie I' ,
WASHINGTON, April 7.-Political ANNOUNCEMENT HERE the 265th I Key West Administration offices. CLERK OF COURT SALE decision of
Regimental Band at the was'delighted with his visit. C Dr. Rex Tu well to
I "t At the same time announcement j I J
insider in Washington Fort 'I
THIS MORNING Taylor reservation beginning thin the
was made that Claude Gandolfo I ranks of the more than

mused at the furor created in the I 7:30 o'clocILThe I COUNTY BOARD I had been appointed manager of I i Ii An alternative writ of man-'j I 1 A't' a public sale held at the!I 16.0OO employe on the payrollof

house over whether the mild-man I All typhoid innoculations being I first of the numbers with the local office: by Dr. E. M. !1 damus against the City of Key'i i! county court house Monday," the

eared, bespectacled and busbyt i taken here should be finished by',the beautiful Neapolitan song MEETS TONIGHT L'Engle, state director of the National i i West was today issued and de-I!i noon, in the matter of fore-! new resctllencnt administration

t haired braintruster-Benjamin V. the end of August, Dr. Harry C.I!: "Return to Sorriento." As an encore Reemployment Service atj I j I livered for service: to Ray G.'!:! closure of tax lien certificates, a!, didn't jolt the boys at ik.patronage .
Galey, city health officer, said; i! Cush-U. S. deputy marshal C.j number of
i number the Jacksonville. by I parcels: of land were'I
i will offer
Cohen singer counter muck
-should sit i i. as an ad.!, ; I I as as
this morning. j a regular meet- j i Rodney Gwynn deputy clerk of
!' The NRO office will be disposed of, all of which: with one
viler in the conference on tbe J I Typhoid bacteria has been received -,'I the beautiful song from "Roberta, log of the board of county com- set upj j j S I United States court. I ,one would have expected.
utility holding company bilL I I from the State Board of j:! "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.? j jI -missioners held 8 o'clock tonightin in connection with, the assignment The writ of mandamus was is-'[I exception are in thc Burbanks

Representative Huddleston of, Health and the health officer is'I True to his promise Conductor the office of Clerk Ross C. Saw- office: of the Administration.All I I sued pursuant to an order en-< Subdivision.I I 1 r They bad heard reports tkat.

Alabama vigorous adversary of anxious to complete the treat-]j{f Caesar; LaMonaca is providing I yer1" at the county court house.It employes in the Administration -, tered by Judge HaLsted L. Bitter,',l I Holders.01 the tax certificates 1 i the young brain-truster was pursuing '
r ments during the month. ''viusical treats i is understood that as soon as administrative ''of United States district court,'purchasers and parcels: are us/ fqi-''
nightly for the lovers whether they be on '
the so-called "death sentence"I,I Key Westers who desire to receive -I'! of music in Key West'with the the regular meeting is adjourned !I I upon petition of L. P. Chalmers.';lows: ',II, ideas of his own in setting
section of the bi'l, indignantly assailed -, typhoid innoculations and i choicest: of instrumental selections'I" the tax adjustment board will payrolls or on work pro-1: of New York. 'j:i James Keaton, bought by Berlin I his

the youthful Cohen as anj: who have not had any so far I I i p nd vocal numbers by artists. meet to take up a number of mat jects. should register with the re-i i j l According to the writ the city,| tiawyer. lots 11 and 12, block I up organization. Strsegeiyenough I

"objectionable outsider" and de-j should be at the clinic Saturday I I And that these offerings are appreciated -I I ters which: have been prepared by I I, employment office: also, it was em. !Lof' Key West is required to comply -1 I I 4, tract 27. !I I in a great many i.'I' ?aace.i .

manded that he be excluded from I mtorninjj August 10. to receive: I is evidenced: by the large I I Clerk Sawyer. phasized. i!' or show cause, on or before'i:i II. N. S. Jones, bought by )r...

the conference. the first treatment, Dr Galey attendance and applause given the I,I --- --- -- I[August 15, why it should not,:Jones, lot 18, square 2, tract: 27.-i a striking disregard for political
i r said. '' > make a tax to i! Mis Lou Roberts, bought. by
program numbers Mondaj and' special levy pay a 1 1I ; exigencies was displayed. Men
Senator Wheeler, chairman of j: Tuesday nights. i judgment recovered by the plain.1 i Leon i Roberts lots 20 and 21, i

the senate conferees, who invited Two other singing numbers arc j ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS tiff, L. P. Chalmers, in the United,I!!i block 3, tract 27. '! were placed in key positions who
Cohen to sit in as his adviser, was CURTAINl listed on tonight's program. Both States court on July 22, 1935: ,,J i Mercedes A. Taylor, bought byi I11rs. I, .
adamant in his demands tha he, \' r these against the of 1 \ Taylor lot 20 2, and didn't have so much as a speaking
() are to be sung 'by Sergeant city Key West in; square i
be permitted to remain. j ON LINE AMONG I I f Phil Kues, of the ba"nd." The the principal amount of $8,223.10.i I lots 2 and 3, square 5, tract 27. acquaintance with a senator or
It l is the second time Cohen'|, I j I first is "Chasing! Shadows" which Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend and $113.73 costs and interest,)|I John Peterson, bought. by II. N.!

has been assailed on the floor Senator Of,, HARDEST BOILED I J I is the third number on the program Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National ', on past due and interest bearing! S. Jones, lot 19, square 2, tract':' representative much less the usualrecommendations.
congress. I'reviously ) !L and the other is'sixth num-, coupons of $1,000 6 per cent;<] 27. j: .
Schall of Minnesota in referring! Jher. "Cocktails For Two." : and International Problems Insep- Public Park bonds of the city of j I, Marguerite. A. B. Spalding,I!

to his influence on capitol hill'' The complete program will be arable From Local WelfareThe Key West.: j bought by Gato Realty, Company,! This doesn't mean, howe't er.

described the present congress as WARDEN OF ALCATRAZ NA' found below: "- i Terry Gibson and C. Robert' lots 10, 11 and 12, block 6, tract: that TugwfJl is to be spared' a 'Jt

the "Cohengress"Advisors TION'S DEVIL'S ISLAND March\ "Washington Grays" march of New Deal legislation -I recognized by Admniiatration: j i Burns of West Palm Beach, are'' 27. j of grief before he gate throo'-'i:
Not New e Grafulla. i attorneys for the planitiff. I Gato Real Estate and Improvement -'
through the courts ron- friends and alike that t the size of '
opponents reducing tfcecU'i
The incident serves as another GIVES DESCRIPTION OF Egyptian: Ballet in Four Parts- !j ; I Comnanv. redeemed IotA 17
tinues. Within the three much of the i
past II '
: legislation proposed ,
illustration of just how bitter the I Luigini. and 18, block 1, t i27Th: ment perttonnel more to hi.Uk&
Aj.TITUDE weeks three major Administration: and
I pushed by the President ADJUTANT '
fctrugglq; over the holding coin-i!I I Popular Fox Trot "Chasin! |,i measures have been subjected to i b. held valid without was in the. case of Jterce A.'I >ng. 4
bill and ..... j J'Iacows-Silve}: : .Y9 ,1 solo by ]i Consti-I ; Taylor: vejrsu: Charles Baxter.. | ,
pany "particularly: the; /)0. _-_--- ;j judicial scrutiny_nd tw. c-f_ be. Jtt Ub.\l'\ d.t..1 r that {' i -__ Anwne.UraMuT.090 to 8.000)
"death sentence" section. has be-i! Sergeant Phil Kues. {I three have beea found wanting.!,miees to be the prime plank in' \AT' 'NOON!.,': George W. Adams purchased_ persons he plant to come. Nothing like it has been By DUDLEY ROSS I Tenor Solo by George Mills i t lots 12, square 1, tract: 18. on!'
:; I Last words said
City Amwtatml Prr.., White. Neapolitan Song, "Torna A I I of course, will be next year's general election. ,I II I South street. estimated three wt of five got (.ll
seen in Washington for a long : Property| was for-
) the Court when it
by Supreme !I Every business i
SAN publication andl '
time. FRANCISCO ,Aug. 7.- Sorriento" (Return to Sorriento) j merly purchased by Henry II. the government payroll in tiifir..t ',<
I i "They behave. Of course they i-Curtis.. I: meets for its next term, but present I i commentator seems agreed on ACCOMPANIED' BY ANOTHER
"Smoke Gets in Ketchum.
YourEyes" 'I
As for Cohen in the place thiourii .wlitical f>
sitting I n-
I .
don't like it." decisions provide a lead on| thi : The business outlook"con.-
conference the practice is noth-J I ; from "Roberta, also to bej;i what the highest court of all is!' tinues to OFFICER FOR VISIT TO ] I nrction The l fa'k of weed II';
That improve with
I is how James A. Johnston i advances
ing new. It's been the accepted;I i sung by Mr. White. I II j!I, likely to decide. I II ( ,, these out as painlessly! as po. I.Mj
warden of the Alcatraz Island fed- I especially noteworthy in the ENCAMPMENT ROBERT HILL AND :
procedure for I Overture "Morning! Noon and : FIELD I j will be a man-1! ud i'TuleU' -.
Landis years.Jim another I!I eral penitentiary describes: the.at-1 I| Night; in Vienna"--Buppe. I I r First 'case concerned the Agricultural -I durable goods industries. Tb sc' I?j ,
youthful I titude of his charges, Uncle Sam's Popular Fox Trot "Cocktails I i Adjustment Administration -! heavy industries are in a better II Ow. Job
braintruster and now a memberof hardest-boiled wards. i I For Two"--Johnt-ton and Coslow. This bureau pays farmers for I I position now than at any time,5ince Adjutant General' Vivien Collins WIFE\ VISIT IN CITYf!i::I If tfre debonair doctor duui,<

the securities commission sat! The prisoners-whose roll. if it Vocal solo by Sergeant Phil Kues.'j 1 I restricting their crops, raises the I depresion set in. In the l Florida National Guard and- f this all!1 be .has'to. do it. .U> ni ',
through all the, conference i
of the I were called; would( read like a Characteristic "Trombonium" money through processing and'J words of one magazine, .It.'. a Colonel J. Jenkins, senior instructor i those charged by.IYvstdenl L': ><> ."
measure creating that agency I "who's who" of public enemies and -Withrow. Played by the Trom- floor taxes. Plaintiff in the case;j durable goods summer." i of all infantry units in the- EXPRESS CHEAT PLEASURE II| veil, with liquidating NRA '<: ,
and there was na objection raised I j I! includes lAI Capone, other former bone Section of the band. was a milling.company, which: had!! Here i in borne specific: information -!' Florida National I I I the. supreme court had invatidalrj
either on the part of the senate I I"big shots" of the criminal world Popular JHarch\ "There's Something -'refused' to pay $82,000 demanded[i, : j jj II visitors Guard at the are distinguished ON INITIAL VISIT TO !I II! the recovery act.: James A.
or house. Cohen himself sat and Harmon M. convicted by the- collector of internal rev I Copper-Recent demand encamp I i I O'Neill acting administrator of
Waley, About A Soldier"-Gay. j exceptionally -{ ment today. KiY WEST I
through the conference deliberations .kidnaper of George Wejerhjeuser, Selection from ":\11' Maryland" enue. In the district: court, the,[ heavy. Tonnage sold in1!', They were met on their arrivalat I I the muchly reduced NRA, and t">< .
on that highly controversial I one of the island's most recdnt: arrivals -I Romberg. Government was upheld and the! first half of.July was equal to the, the Florida East Coast Railway I'I aides experienced something akin'
measure as did young Tom Cor- -are confined behind a1"wall The Star Span led Banner. ( company was ordered to rome I quota for two months under ,the; terminal by Colonel M. R. Wood. Robert Hill, train despatched i to nightmares before the job v>a.j ..
roran. another braintruster, and through with the It NRA over.
I)I of silence. I i i $82,000. ap- code. Price advances forecast -. jvard. regimental commander. and with the Florida East Coast Hail-1
Ferdinand Pecora. special pros-i|I Warden Johnston, white haired : 4. pealed to the* circuit court in Boston by some.Machine' Lieutenant I j Those employee doomed to d'( '
W. Curry Harris, of at New Smyrna P1*., arrived
ecutor for the senate in its stock: 'CLERK AT PWA which reversed' I way J missal
veteran penologist however unbends : the lower I : tool-Tremendous gain |r caused as meek poli'x.ilj "'
Battery aide
"E to the adjutant on the Havana Special yesterday)
market investigation.Appohitment |[ sufficiently to give a general : court, by a 2-to-l decision: and registered in dollar volume. Index general, and escorted to the accompanied tlrs. Hill, for I!j pressure to be brought to bear t >
encampment by

Rumored description of the prison life. I OFFICE :I held that Congress did not pos-j i I recently touched 91 per 'cent of ,.where they; will be until their' first visit in Key Vest.I j retain their jobs as they did (to

What amused! those! who know Kept Busy LEAVINGi: sess the power to delegate taxing,![: the 1926 average-best level since; tomorrow afternoon it was Sirs\ Hill is a collector of orchids I I.and get them. ,
Coh.n i t authority to the Secretary of I!11929.I Apart from TugwellV troubl'
and his manner is that anyone : "They are kept under continual said. allied flowen and shrubs, sad
would accuse: him or insinuate watch and we always know where i i Agriculture. If this decision is I I \fotors--Reports continue to be never fails to secure specimens( with the jobs of others, the c'.--ipj
that he was a too sinister influence they are. There is no chance of I' A. E. MAC KRILLE RECEIVED, given validity by the Supreme I Ii I good. Passenger car sales for the when visiting sections of the country -}I j among political insiders cone- r'IJ-
to sit behind closed doors hiding under a barrel in an alley. APPOINTMENT AT NAVAL 'i Court, the Government may have'I first half of the year ran about COLORED MAN in which: they are found. I ing his own and how he happen) '<'I 1
with senate and house conferees "We try to keep them always j I to refund processing: taxes already,,I 45 per cent ahead of the Fame I She has quite a collection on to be chosen is as interestinI ;:-.

trying to compose their differ-!1 I busy, but we don't try to be cruel.! ,i AIR SCHOOL j j! collected: and pay futur benefits:'period in 1934. In June, Ford sold; GIVEN display at her home and has made I The old story of how d'liui: ;.;
ences on the holding company}i The men work at factory: sorts of. I out of regular funds. j i most cars for that month since: ,, HEARINGI Larrangements to have several rpeci- the congressional campaign of la.,'-.

bill. lie is distinctly< : not the type; work such as laundry, shoe repairing -i 't Second case concerned: the po.,' 1930, Chevrolet surpass J all Juno, I mens native to Key West sent to year he was dispatched to Ein-.t.: i<"
one associates with that sort of j!' clothing or around the prison.: A. E. MacKrille: chief clerk hey of the Public Works Admi-I|I records since 192&: | j I her by friends. to conduct private investigationsand
'I' It is "i:i nistration in 'j, Electric ', Woodrow Sands, colored surveys for the admmi-ti" ,
thing. I j only work for the government -1 1I with the Key West Administration condemning ; : power-Recent month was Both Mr. and 11... Hill were de-
It is true that he is credited!j!I I has just received: word!I''use for low-cost federal housing| showed highest consumption' since':,arraigned in court of Judge Hugh .lighted with their visit and plan tion has been recalled. It w;> :.
with being;: largely l responsible for!:,I "We try to build a habit and an ,i j lof appointment to the U. S. Naval I L projects.: This is very close: to the, the, latter part of 1931. '1 j j'Gunn this morning on a charge to return in the near future. Mr. hinted then the real reason *".!
the more lethal provisions of the; atmosphere of behavior into which: 'i: Air School at Opa Locka. Fla.,', heart of Secretary Ickes.: who has j Ste l-At 40 pe rcent of caiparity j! of larceny: and was placed under Hill will then enjoy his favorite sending: Togweil out of the ro'in-'
holding company bilL He and:' they step as they arrive. That isi, and is leaving tonight for the air. planned a $250,000,000 slum* a substantial advance over I bond of $200 for his appearance ,' sport of fishing and Mrs. Hill will try was to remove bin from th>
Corcoran are said to have written:;, why we bring them in small groups j'i i school. He resigned from the:clearance and low-cost housing'' a few months ago. i,J i at the next term of criminal court. pursue her hobby of collecting.CORONER'S po>itical seen at home.
the original draft of the measure.!) so we can handle them easily. i I I{I I Administration, the resignation;;: program. Suit was brought by a'1 Retail trade-Held steady into I The defendant's sister. admin-I! I His; Hands Full

with the aid and counsel of Dr.i t "They hare behaved. although in .:f taking effect immediately. property-owner who did not wish!|'the summer avoiding the usual,'istratrix of the estate left by the > Some politician say privately

W. M. W. Sylawn now a member['j a prison one never knows whatj i I Francis Delaney who has been I. to sell at the Government's price,''seasonal'' drop. ', father. Lofton Sands alleges that JURY that pretty much the name thing
of the Interstate commerce rom-j i may happen." 1|''in' charge of the Administration: wished to bargain for greater I These serve to illustrate the her brother has taken property belonging I was in the mind of the a-lnnru '
mission. |j Routine Kept Secret ,j jI has been named acting I compensation. The Cincinnati trend. Questions now is, can ad-'' to the estate and disposed!j jV RENDERSYERDICT I i tration's political ad risers when
ap-j I I I Johnston smilingly declines to i I,I garage I circuit court held for the plain-j vance be continued? >f it. I I f
Rumor that Cohen is to be chief clerk and J. C. McMana has j jj I 1 I Tugwell was given the post or resettlement -
pointed to the securities commission -; gvie a sample day's routine at the j I I I been placed in charge of the; tiff said that the Government has; European observers who i I administrator. .

to replace Pecora who resigned 'I'Il} prison. located: on a rocky little,'.: garage.: Both have had experience[; not the power to condemn land* fort spare time from the Italian:1::1!!! DELGADO GIVEN iI I The rehabilitation of the rural
island in San Francisco It has : this i I j CASE DEALS WITH INFANT
to become a New York RU-,I! Bay. as supply sergeants in Civilian purpose. j Ethiopian trouble. are. casting II I areas of the country at eswntial'ra '
preme court judge may have had been termed America's: "Devil's Conservation Corps camps. ( Third case involved one of the;cynical glances on Germany these j THAT DIED HERE SHORT long-time project. This feat ma'
it* effect. This commission: is to''I1 Island. i most debated of Administration'activities days. i I I COURTHEARINGjMario I baa been emphasized by Preside
administer the holding companYIbill. !! "We don't givo out the definite [ -the Tennessee Valley I II 1 Another HiUer."purge" is noderwaybloodlesa -I ', TIME AGO Roosevelt and every one connc'e ) -
and if it goes through will't' routine," he points out. "because'I'TREE GUILD TO I I Authority. A few months ago aj, as yet though,! --- I I,I have wide discretionary powers. we want to bulid up a psychology: I II I suit was brought to restrain the ji I many fear blood-letting will soon'! Delgado was arraigned i! I be required to realize the ba.,ic
I in men in other prisons of no*j i I S i Authority from selling electric start. ;I, I f The : : motives
I HOLD MEETING yesterday afternoon in the court i i wJrone'jur, empanelled {I I and hopes.
knowing what they're up against I I I1 I power in competition with private I Objects of persecution are, of''I i iof Justice; of the Peace Rogelio.i ;(, to investigate the death of Char- I Ii )! As administrator of lISA and
JOE SINGLETON at Alcatraz. t I I I I' producers and to invalidate eon- course. The Jews And along with: i lette i
f I I Gomez on a charge of embezzle- i Evangeline Uagee three i{I undersecretary of agriculture
The success of the Alcatraz po-j tracts made between the Authority; them are the Catholics, clergymen -I'i!, ment. !: months old infant, returned a ver.j f If\: "Brain-truster" Tugwell will ha'm
RETURNS ; icy recently was announced byi I Announcement: has been made I and various town's in the Tennessee -! of all denominations, and I I The committing magistrate iI!! diet this morning to the effect:: his hands so foil he scarcely will/
HOME'j I:: Sanford Bates, director of the fed- ,i of a meeting of the Tree Guild to c' Valley area. Federal District members 'of the found probable cause for holding|'that death was the result. of acute i! have time for anything1 tine. And
j I I oral bureau of orisons wh-> said I'I be held tomorrow afternoon at 5,; Judge Grubb held for the plaintiff -I' German equivalent Stahlbeim-the.J 1 the accused: v\a was placed under I, II IIindiltestion. I' this, say the politicians may bo
the i island prison had had "a wl.olj- I
o'clock at the rooms of the Public j I decided the contracts were can Legion. Reason bond of $200 to await the action i After being fed by its mother just what the President bad IUmind.
Joseph ii:. Singleton, who for'the some and almost soporific I Library. !illegal The Government appealed; *n the veterans is, that they eon-. of the criminal court at the Sep..I!f I Sunday morning the child died,I .
pact several: weeks, had been i on inmates of other effPrt"1 I The organization. it is said, is in I to the Appellate court in New< tain "reactionaries" other tember session. evidently in great agony and a _
in a Miami hospital for treatment; lie commented upon the ": need of many trees to be used in I Orleans. and the judge overruled -{words men who are opposed to ,jury wa siiramooed i>y Peace Justice
of. one of his feet returned yes-, ing quiet" at both I beautifying streets in the program Judge, Grubb decided that)tile Hitler dictatorship. TWO SETS OF' TWINS Rogelio Gomez *a coroner ex- BUNGALOWS RENT
t rday and reports his condition i I Leavenworth. I of planting which will get the Government can sell power in'I Stricter censorship prevails in officio. '

very much improv d. I I Regulations at Alcatraz are part underway next week. competition with private parties.| Germany. Individual liberties are; KANSAS CITY.-Twin sons Members of the jury Were Modern Conveniences andGarages 1
While there Mr. Singleton, wasi I of the definite federal campaign Anyone having trees to donate r Thus the New Deal came to.the
proscribed. Concentration were born to both Mr. 14. E. I Charles Manuel Amando Ber-i i
attended by a well known nerve I j to "deflUe" the in"\te. and break I for this purpose are requested' to bar three times-won once. and camps are jammed. Hitler's sword, Krebs and Mra. Thomas Horan. modes Clements Ja/cocks, Jose -Apply t_ ,
specialist. He expecta to return I I1} their connections with the criminal get in touch with A. D. Luethi, lost twice. This is similar to past agaia bangs above those Germans'. neighbors in this city, within 24 Cartro. Emerito Gomez and George j I VALDES BAKERY
to Miami in a short time. world. 'Phone 521W. experience and illustrates a fact who think him less than divine. hours. E. McDonald. j I_
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THE ISSUE OF FREEDOM ................................................. '

I Cbc lug JK> Cttjjcn KEY WEST IN- PEOPLE'S jii TO.DAf'S WEATHER I I'm
THE Published CITIZEN Daily prBLISHIMO Except Sunday CO. By IWC. A recent editorial in Liberty said: I DAYSGONEBYJisppenint I

i- P.ARTMAM. ......... "Our pioneer ancestors were determined i :................................................. .
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JOB ALLEN Atslataat B. Manager
From The Citizen Building to be free men. They wanted the privilege'of H.rI J.*t 10 Years I QUESTIONS ABOUT RADIOBROADCASTING masterpiece: "One for all and all I' Temperature WEATHER CONDITIONS
Corner Greene an* Ann Streets Ago Toda? Aa- Tato Prom '
guiding their own destiny, of formjng Tko FU., Of The CitizenAt I STATION for one." And by this means show est .................................90
only Dally Newspaper ta Key West and Monroe of their I the world at large that although' Lowest ...._.-..........- .-.77 Temperatures throughout thesoutheastern
County. their own government, living own
Entered at Key welt Florida a. second clan matter ; !l Editor The Citizen: small in size we are capable of 1 I Normal Mean __________.._.._S4 portion of the country -
ir iTy.nXTH lives in accordance with the dictates of a regular meeting of the Influenced by some prominent i, Mean .......h.h..8 4
YEAR .h. continue above the seasonal
1' taking our place in the march of
Mexhrr of Associated ....... their conscience and intelligence. And board of county commissionerslast merchants who do not wish to disclose I I I Rainfall :
Tae Associated Press Is ezclnslvelr: entitled to use they valued their citizenship, the Con. nigh Dr. William P. Kemp i their identity in regards to progress. I Yesterday' Precipitation T. Ins.: average and the following/ maximawere
for republlcatlon of all news dl.patebe.eredite4 to was unanimously elected one of I If by this means we are able to Normal Precipitation .14 Ins.. recorded yesterday: 102 degrees
It or not otherwise credited In this' paper and also stitutional rights delegated to them. As i a radio broadcasting station for .... m_. .. ..
the rl
trustees Thl -.ri
_the'local news published heretNATIONAL for the Monroe county help put Key West over we would .rvm 2" at Chattanooga Meridian
...,. .
.. ., ,
: Key West we think that it would .t M trek t.' .ere' '
citizens they were far better informed bond issue of $2,650,000. The, feel fully recompensed. Tomorrow's Almanac and Wichita; 100 degrees at Atlanta -
:lbe I of the most progressive : ,
one! :
EDITORIAL election
._ about their government than we are to- of a new trustee wasmade taken However there I I'stt'pl HOSPITALITY[ BAND OF KEY Sun rises ..__...0__..--_... 5:58 a. m.i I Columbia. S. C.. and Dodge
necessary by the withdrawalof ever WEST, FLA. .
et9 oJ 3 day. We were born into it. It has come A. W. Arnold.. Other trustees are many objections! to this contemplated -! Sunsets------------- p. m. City; 98 degrees at Savannah
I ; F. GOMEZ Manager. ,. :Moon rises ..... 1:56 p. m.'
SUBSCRIPTION! !' RATES to us through inheritance. And like the are Dr..William R. Warren and J. project. Key West, Fla., Moon sets .' "- _... ; Knoxville. St. Louis Cairo. Little
..n. Year .. ... 1$10.1, idle shiftless of rich R.. Stowers. We have before us many questions !- Aug. 7, 1935.OUTSIDER Rock and Rapid City S. D.; 96
sons men having
Six Months 10 which we would like to have j Tomorrow's Tides :I
Three Months lit I. I |I degrees at Indianapolis Thomas!
One Month _. .11 made no sacrifices for our liberties, we Paul G. Albury makes his for- answered by persons! in whose' HEARD ONOUTOFTOWN I, A.M. P.M. : ville New Orleans Dallas anti

Weekly .It the of Key Nest ._. __....._.
value them lightly. And perhaps much of mal announcement in The Citizen minds progress ,, BUYING High h. 2:54 4S9j I Davenport; 94 degrees at Tampa
ADTERTISI3TO RATES 1 Low ..________,.
is .10:38 9:15
today as a candidate for the'position paramount.The 1i i i
Made known on application the freedom we now enjoy may be lost be- I I i ---- Pensaeola and Louisville.
of councilman at l large in the questions follow: Editor The ;I Barometer S a. m. today: ,
>> Citizen: : Pressure is low over the Ohio
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions'of fore we awaken to the dangers that now election in November. Mr. Albnry 1-Why should we have a radio, "The money that the citizens of I I Sea level, 29.96.WEATiIER j I I: Valley (Detroit and Indianapolis
respect, obituary notices, eta, will be charged for at station the fairest I I|
in ---
the rate of 14 cents a line.; confront us. was councilman from 1919 to I broadcasting Key West make every month is an 'i 29.82! inches) and is highest over
Notices for entertainments. by churches from which Too many Americans pay no atten- 1921 and his record is such that I city in the United: States? asset to the city, but if every cent ,I FORECAST i I I i New England.
a revenue Is to be derived are cents a line. Will radio broadcasting I 1---1 I
he feels his friends will 2- a :
I forum and invites. discussion many rallyto was sent away for the purchaseof : Showers occurred during the
The Churn Is an open -
tion to government. They accept the pro- his in station in Key West be of any I (Till 8 p. m., Thursday)
local the
of public issues and subjects of or general support coming race. supplies and commodities, we last 24 hours in southern Florida
tcttrest but It will not publish anonymous communication posal and passage of laws that are opposed financial benefit to this city? .', would all be broke in two months. Key West and Vicinity: Partly and in the region of the Great

to both the letter and spirit of the The new abstract office whichis 3-What could a city with the The amount of money that circulates cloudy probably showers, tonight Lakes!, middle Atlantic States and
to in West under the exclusive advantages which we:enjoy ,
open in Key West from one eiti- i locally in Louieiana.Temperatures
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST .. Constitution without complaint. They name of the First Title and Abstract -I expect from having the means ten to another and another and /// / +et have risen in the

watch the growth of political bureaucracy, Company, has been successful -with which we could enter the I IJ I i so on, is the money that increases! 'Ohio Valley and Tennessee while

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN and the centralization of political power, in securing one of the fore J private home of our northern ,: values and permits trade to pros- they have fallen in the middle Atlantic -
most office in the I friends! during severe winters when I Itht'y '
managers country I 1 per.-Tbe Citizen. t States and northern Lake re
without the slightest regard'as to what gatrefed around their fireplaces ,, ,
and one who is familiar with are ----.J \ pion.
1. Water and Sewerage. that may do to our institutions. every part of the abstract busi and picture in their minds', I cart name an old bird a prop-. 'a} S. M. GOLDSMITH.

'2. Bridges to complete Road to Main Recent decisions of the Supreme ness. Mr. Cummings' the manager the waving of our palm trees to I s i city holder in your town that Temporarily in Charge.
i r
is a graduate of the Albany warm tropical breezes, the beauti-:
the mail
buys all of his goods from
land. Court in the NRA and other have it
cases Law School and has been identified ful tropical moon-lit nights' by the order houses.

!. Free Port. is to' be hoped, helped to focus a measureof with mortgage; and abstract rea-shore and many other inducements How do I know? Did I not renta .. P1.V KEY WESTCOLONIAL

and public attention on>, the issue of freedom companies for a number of years.' to invite them to spend their room from him and he wanted Showers Partly Cloudy I HOTEL
4. Hotels Apartments He will be assisted!; by' Mr. Milk winters here and enjoy our wonderful all the traffic would bear!

5. Bathing Pavilion. -versus political dictatorship. If America who comes from the Title Guar'. southern hospitality! I!f If there are more like him in and Thursday; gentle variable la the Center of the Business

6. Airports-Land and Sea. is to be maintained as a free democracy, anty Company of Cleveland Ohio.T. 4-Who would be sufficiently your town then all your merchants winds and Theater District

the home of free men, every citizen must interested in a radio broadcasting I(I could go/ fishing. You have one i Florida: Partly cloudy, probably
7. Consolidation of County and City S. Caro. popular and well station for Key West that they I rhouk haveraid.
great town-people, First Class-Fireproof-
Governments. do his'pan to keep it so. He must realize known practising attorney of Key would divide their efforts ta transacting -1 I local showers! Thursday and in extreme

that there can be no temporizing with West, makes his announcement to- every day business and I| B. Ir. LANGFELS.St. south portion tonight. ,, Senilbl RatesCOFFEE

those who would change our system of day as candidate for the office of share it with an effort to place the' Pete, Fla., Jacksonville to Florida Straits SHOP NOW OPEI
police justice.i Some years ago he city in whcih they are making their Aug. 5. 1935. and East Gulf: Gentle variable
government-even as there can be no com- was elected to the office by one living on an equal footing with I' winds and partly overcast weather Garage Elevator"
promise between individualism and so- of the largest majorities ever*given other prosperous cities! I I! Subscribe to The Citizen-20c tonight and Thursday with mat Popular Pricestyoift
candidate in Key West and -Are we in Key West ?o far showers i
cialism, communism or fascism. a I weekly. tered Thursday.
WILL always seek the truth and print it- the excellent vote given him at behind in this age/ of progress/ that :I .
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that time was a demonstration r Iwe are satisfied to continue living
without fear and without favor; never' be MOTOR CARS AND STOMACH of his popularity. in a semi-dormant condition! : ,

afraid. is; attack wrong or to applaud right; I 6-Who should be the most like-
Dr. Gregorio'M. Guiteras arrived ly persons to finance this step in
always fight for progress; never be the organ Many motorist of West takes Roe.dwin/lecl
a Key yesterday from Galveston. the modern march of progress! be

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, better care of his motor than of his stom- Texas! where he is at present stationed 7-Have we a suitable location

faction or class; always do its utmost for the ach. The body's engine is worth more to in charge of the United" for the operation of a radio broadcasting .
States Public Health hospital. He ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or a man than the cylinders that make his will be here a short time and then 8-What have we in Key West .

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; vehicle move. go to Cuba to visit relatives! indifferent ,ruitsble to lroadcast? To tt the original Dana 100% Par Paint
t 9 Could the Women's Club put Besui'! to MADE IN BALTIMORE. OUST PAUTADC
cpmmend'good done by individual or organization parts of the island.
Few people realize that the only pur- on some !sort of daily program! look. for Davis 100% Par Paint has often ken ...

; toierant of others' rights, views and pose of food is to sustain life. The idea The musical entertainment given 10-Could the girls'/ orchestra I 1 this Label imitated,"bat ne.cr4.plicateL -----------

opinions; print only news that will elevate that keen enjoyment of much eating addsto last night by members of Tern-I (rive suitable musical program!'!? i I 1 Davis 10. Par Paint conforms with -
11 Could the Hospitality Band i I.. .c"t all par paint Law and is the only faint :=:::-
and not contaminate the reader; never com living fails to take into considerationthe nle? 20,. Pythian Sisters, for the give-ruitaMe musical programs! I suU,, i ibis carries a guarantee of parity. _. _: _
benefit of Ley Memorial church I
promise with principle.: shortened life that follows excessive 12-Could the Kappa Pi-Y Club p NT err I
was a grand success. The nigi.J look l this Guarantee on the Label-
eating. school auditorium on White street futnrh entertainment suitable to
t'roadcasl? W have onoMtioa wnk utjr other Muw6cewrd.r..rrrr.ws-
Of course, all of us have our favorite where the event was staged: was AB our ftutmru Me ..... kjr w m Btkuaon *n4 eaU throve D..Irre..y. I
Always something to be grateful for crowded to capacity and all who 13-Would the Elks' Club, B.
-there is only one Huey Long. foods. We should use considerable dis- attended voted the show a perfect P. O. K-:. have something that it THEEBDAV1SCO.G. 14t 1899 BALTIMORE! ]

cretion, however, as to how much and at entertainment would like to air out? I C. ROBERTS' Corner Caroline and William StreetsAUGUST :
14-Would the Melody Hour .
The federal housing administration i is re
what hours we eat. Just because we likea .
Editorial'Comment Ford members have something they
: Henry r
commencing to Click in Key West. delectable dish is no sufficient excuse to is fighting'Jazz by fostering a re- would like everyone to hear? < --- -- -

overwork the stomach. vival of the old' time dances. His. IB-Have the merchant,of Key
The trade balance in vacations favors I t West anything unusral to offer ::1'1111.,1',11:
flivvers are responsible for a lot
automobile's II
those places that offer the greatest in- When an engine gives of the shimmying which has been' over the air? ..e.eo.....................ee..e........................ ...............

ducements. If Key West wishes to .draw out the car is junked. The same is true of going on. I'I 16-Is a radio broadcasting station .

when his engine the stomach is necessary in Key West to ad-
tourists man unable i ,
it must add attractions and
vertise its excellent directly
its work. Mr. and Mrs\ John Cates returned -
above those that Nature gives. to perform yesterday from a vacation tripto I to the tourists all over the SPECIALS

BETTER WEATHER FORECASTSSt. New York. Philadelphia, Detroit I I country who are only waiting to
The small boys of Key West are and points in Canada after an be1 told where to go? ;

eagerly awaiting the time when the ( Petersburg Independent) !-ence of several weeks They ab-j I 17' -Are there enough businessmen : .:.
with sufficient to forma
accompanied to Key West by money : I. .1
Guards will begin their shooting. To the "Bring on your hurricanes!**,says the weatherman daughter. Mrs. John West.Jr., company for radio broadcasting '

little fellow that is, of course, the most now fortified by the new special service joined them in Miami and will remain -j I ill Key West? I LawnMowers GARDEN HOSE

important part of the encampment.All which tracks down the tropical storm. For the here for aMt of several I What-would be the cost of \\ I
weeks. a radio broadcasting station absolutely
last month the weather bureau has been operating I modern, and what would be i \
Key West is anxious to know the ,
under a new system created to give quicker warning i Gypsy' the faithful pet dog: of the maintenance of such! 25ftlength
contemplated program of the new bridge I Dr. J. Y. Porter Sr., and who had There are inumerable other] 1 Ball Bearing :
to areas in the path of violent disturbance I f Q
commission recently appointed Governor questions to be answered but we :
by -: been the inseparable companion i &
Sholtz, especially if and when. This service, which started on July 1, i*strictly -, of the doctor for the many years I I think that with the' questions already e $8.50 $1.40

are-I I a tropical storm, specialty, handled by men who he had owned him died yesterdayin I i before us we have enoughi| t 'i
newed application will be made for funds '
I are experienced" with these phenomena. Since, the Miami there he had been sent i to give us a fairly good opinion ati :
to build the two bridges ''to whether West will take !
spans between. for medical attention.A Key a
'beginning/ the hurricane warning service ill' I "! :S
this island and the mainland. progressive step or not. s--. .Hearj Galvanized Lawn
I 1873, advices concerning tropical storms had been very beautiful'Nrd itnprfc ? We ftjre.ofjthe! opinion that the, o &

Administrator Stone advocates the I issued from Washington; but under the decentralized live ceremony was performed last I people of Key West should make; SPRINKLING :
night when Rev. 1... Munro of the a tremendous effort to enter the! Sprinklers
Christian turning of the other cheek when system the warning centers tV i
are now First Methodist ehnfch ehrirtened I, private homes of those'! persons! I CANS
neighboring cities lambast Key West. : Jacksonville New Orleans and Sah Juan. No warnings the infant son' of Mr. and Mrs. who would like to !spend! the win-) i I

Barkis is willin'. It may not be Christianlike for such disturbances will come from Wash Frank Guerro.. The child was! ten in Key West through the I I I $1.35 i
named Frank Gverro. Jr. Sponsors modern method of a radio broadcasting : 8QL75cBAMBOO ;
to strike back when one is struck, butit ington, except for those storms which have moved were Mr. alldIrs.. George Parks. station. i

is human. From now on we will be "in- north of latitude 35 degrees Mr T. J. Henderson sister .f']' Let us, the people of Key West 1 -

human" and take -it on the chin or other The reorganization involves material improvement Mrs. Guerro. and George Watkins.j in general adopt a slogan such as I : AND I w C ifm%
Following the ceremony refreshments the' one adopted by the "Three 0? )i Lawn i
part:: o'the anatomy.In in the collection of observations from .
were served { Mnketeers"! in Alexander Dumas' : I. STEEL RAKES

snips and other sources. A teletype: speeds as- _. I .. J
its be first the band Furniture :
anxiety to on ----- -
sembling and distribution of reports. This. teletype I ,
wagon with former Governor Cary A. I f 30c :g
circuit connects the forecast centers at Jacksonville .'
Hardee, the Miami Herald endorsed him : I ,, I Chairs Rockers,. :s
and Mew Orleans with the weather bureau 1

for an office to which he did not even as- offices at Tampa, Miami Key West. Pensaeola, We' will be pleased to have you i consult us about j ; up Beach*'& Tables !I

pire. However, it was thirty-three and A
Mobile Port Arthur,. Houston, Galveston Corpus > how you can t .I'II
third per centum right for it was a "Cary"that E == is
Christ! and Brownsville.! The) circuit operates 24
Florida's "Most Important Newpaper'
hours a day.With : Ca.rtin on our MONEY SAVING SALE on CAREY'S 75-tt STANDARD :
was acclaiming.
this information in hand the forecasters Build, Buy, or b4 : SLATE SURFACED ROOFING regular $2.75 Rolf Special- :

Walter Johnson, who has turned over believe they can trace the movements of a tropical -I .. r .

the managerial reins of the Cleveland disturbance with much greater accuracy. "The Refinance Your Home
: $2.25 Ron i
\ baseball club to Steve O'Neil, can now retire new service; cannot stop the storm." says Weather I I i ..

to his farm and enjoy the fruits of his Bureau Chief Talbott at Tampa "but it will tell I i : .. . :
career on the diamond. The "Big Train", everybody concerned just where it i is, what it is or repair or modernize any type of .. .. .

while with the Washington Senators, was doing and where it is likely to hit." ..
building on insured credit
one of the greatest baseball pitchers of all In November this service will be discontinuedfor '

time, but was not an outstanding success as the winter, since there will be .no use for it i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i

a manager. Eminent ball players, after then. Incidentally, Florida this winter will get anew The First Nafoiat Bank of Key West i .

they reach the peak of their playing days, fruit frost service from the weather bureau :- Phone 598 White and Eliza Street.. : .

generally want to end the days of their made possible by special. congressional act. Experts .e .
profession as leaders of teams but the will give special attention to warnings for Approved Mortgage Under the : "Your borne U worthy the beat"PAGE :

goddess of gifts is reluctant to yield more fruit growers. .

of her munificence once the allotted Altogether we seem to be doing somethingmore FEDERAL.HOUSING ADMINISTRATION r .
I :....................................................................:
bounty is reached. than just talk about the weather. :11'1111111111;





WEDNESDAY AUGUST 'i. 1935. ..THE.-..-KEY.........WEST- ......--CITIZEN-- PAGE.. THREE--
-- -- - -- --- successive victory over the Athletic ........................

The summaries follow: CLASSIFIED

Chicago R. H. E. COLUMNFOR
Pittsburgh ....._-______.__ 183 I
SPORTS ) i TIMINGS! Chicago ---*...__._.__ 2 4 0 ; I''.i......................
I NATIONAL GUARD OUTFIT TO Batteries: Birkofer and Padden;! ( JOVE)
Hen<=haw and Stephenson.At Tomorrow afternoon the Wagner :- RENT
: MEET BUSY BEE I' 11 Beer baseball club will play,
HENBy St. Louis R. II. E. National Guard nine at the
NEW"YORK.. GIANTS Cincinnati __._.....__.....3 6 21 Navy Field. I conveniences, 628 White, orGaiti
I I:0 I St. Louis __...__ 6 11 0: This contest will be interesting'' s Barber Shop. aug6
- -- ---- I ( JOVE. ) LOSE TO BROOKLYN AGGREGATION .' Batteries: Frey, Johnson and' from start to finish as the visitors

........................1 i There will be a diamondbaU I II Lombard!; Walker, Haines J.\ have real good baseball players on I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
West Wins Sensational game tonight at Bayview I Dean and Delancey. their club Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
Key FOLLOWING between the National Guard aggregation I i iI i makes and paint them withNuEnameL

I I and the Busy Bees.Battery !I TODAY'S GAMES We carry a full
I At New York R. H.
for the Guards will be I 4!II.prrl.l t. The ("'.11...) I'I'I .. : 1, supply of parts. Agent for the
Brooklyn .m.:1: 9 0
Two To One Thirteen-Inning THROUGH Bats and Ballantine. The latter 1 I NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-The St. : New York ..._m.m__..__._._ 1111 i, AMERICAN LEAGUE I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
named player pitches for the Atlantic Louis Cardinal!, world champions,I Batteries: Zachary nad Lopez;, Chicago: at Cleveland.Philadelphia And sell them as low as $5.00
and Pacific Stores ten of I gained in the pennant race in the i:I Parmelee Stout and Mancuo. at Washington.New II III down and $1.00 per week. We

Diamondball Game In Miami I..C......(By...JOVE...!........ Jacksonville and i is a first class Ii National League as a result nf I II I Yor! at Boton.; Buy and Sell all makes of used
hurler. Only games scheduled. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
R. II. E.
t No other than the -great little For the I locals the battery will I trimming: the Cincinnati Reds,I I Boston At Philadelphia_....-__...___......__ 480 I! i Stowers company, 615 Duval
Seminole Indian from Key West be Ward and M. Acevedo. while the leading Giants lost to Philadelphia ____..___.____m. 032 NATIONAL LEAGUE: I. street. jly9
i+..... ._ .. Tfc lit lira) ; LIPLUMMEROIIT is going to fight in the main cardat Tomorrow night the Guards will the UrooHyn Dodgers. Jerome'' Batteries: Smith and Mueller;j Pittsburgh! at Chicago.
MIAMI Amf. 7- The veteraJ I the Polar Stadium of Havana. play the Bermuda Bakery outfit. 'I (Dizzy) Dean knocked out a home 1 I' Bivin, Bowman and Todd. Cincinnati at St. Loui!". I I PIANO TUNING
1 Cuba, on the 17th of this month. Both of these games will start I I Boston at Phi::adelphia. i f
"Ah Ah* Ltfna returned to oU, WITH CHALLENGE I,I He will be squared off with! Joe at 8 o'clock sharp. run.The AMERICAN LEAGUE scheduled ''PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo.

time form last night to pitch the Coego. champion lightweight. of Chicago Cubs also climbed.I At Washington R. H. E." of Only city-given games back by treaty next I reno. Excellent piano for sale
,i -- I I Cuba. The Pride of Key West is ,' end fo brothers working for )[1'.1 I higher in their race for the flag Philadelphia ___. _.m' .____ 273 February. Dutch had surrenderedcity t! cheap. 1018 Division street.

Key West team to'a 2 to 1 winover :\ DESIRES TO MEET BILLY DEMERITT'S trying for a comeback with fighter 'I Ford in Detroit." I I by defeating the Pittsburgh Pi, Washington ..___....______.11 14 1 I to English! in 1664. I i jly25-1 pI(.
Well, I sure _
that calibre.
I : of "But Joe Louis was born in I, Batteries Dietrich and Berry I
Pan-American teamis :: rates. : ;
the fart
DIAMOND- he wins.'William :, ROOMS
hope Alabama, I said.
;; Hadley and Bolton. | 1789-Act of Congress! created ;
i I
Bob Smith held the Phillies to
the Florida'East Coast d;strict "Dat don't make any War Department with Secretaryin
:! BALL TEN Cates telegraphed Ma- ence," said the negro youth.differ.j three hits as his Boston mates. Chicago at Cleveland postpon- charge of navy also. "TilE 1IUXRO"-Rooml ann:
celled in and I location,
diamoadball championship! > being, rio Pena to go to Sanford to play got a lot of relations all scored' a 4 to 0 triumph over the 1 ed. rain. price
I with the Celery Feds, but Pena country." I i 1845-Height of anti-rent agitation -I running water. 128 N. E. 4th
p'ayed! in thin city. The, game! Lionel! Plummer, manager of i wouldn't go. He claims: he had "What is your name!" I asked.I Philadelphia club. For seven and in New York State neces- street Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox
New York at Boston, postponed' i
went 13 lininjt. ;: the "second string" team of the!, some work to do, or he heard that "Edward Robinson," replied the one-third innings the Braves' twirler rain. ritating mihtia-wealthy men held I i
I Lighthouse! Department'sdiamond-j I the players' were not getting paid. negro. "And Mis' Louis is my-."'I, pitched a perfect game, not allowing -I 1 whole counties by old grants which. i FOR SALE:

Latin, aided by sensational Infield -;: ball players, requests The Citizen I i If you believe all you hear, "Walt just a moment boy," I''I I a man to reach first base. St. Louis and Detroit, not sched i I they let out in perpetual lease on tOLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
Lad the Aviator : I Pena you shall never leave the interrupted. "There i il no such,!I With one out in the eighth Dolph uled. !' payment of slight ground-rent.I
support to announce that he challenges bundles for See The Citizen Office
Island City. If you had the ambition as a Mrs. Louis. Jed Louis' Camilli hit a clean double to right t|usually! paid in grain or cattle. -
blanked until.- the; ninth; innmfwneii i I Billy Demeritt manager of the : that Bill has, you would be real person name is Joseph Louis Barrow.So ........................ octlS
Stars to to be field.The 1894 Gold in U. S.
Lighthouse a game reserve
I up there playing, and if you don'ttake !; you'll have to change your Washington Senators gain-
,. they'managed to peak across j j.h. II played anywhere and at any time. I a-case of those famous! ambition story." ed another game on Philadelphiain Today In History Treasury at lowest-152.000,000. WANTED

Li states that he has a team that "I ......................
. tying 'ru..' after one man' was and I pills you will be here all your MAh guess you're right, boss!, their battle to grab sixth place .e 1914-Germans enter Liege WANTED chance to bid on
is going strong, promised
:: now the best exhibitions I life. Tell the druggist; to prepare grinned the negro. "But I do look i I in the American League, bouncing 1673-Dutch fleet of 20 ships Belgium and French invade southern your next printing order. The
all fans one of ,
way. Lnnn continued lo pitch ': a dozen for you'and see how different like him." I out 14 hits to score their second off New York demanded surrender Alace. I Artman Press ang7
in time in the event
seen a long I
masterful ball for the next four II the materialize'I i you'will be after taking
proposed -
game -- -- --
thirteenth Mr. Plummer also says that it is I them. .
the a i '
inning and u --- --
understood his aggregation is com I : I-- -
bat on balls, a sacrifice and a hit I'[ing out on top, despite the many I I The Pirates hove played two
made ; games since they started their
I boasts by the opposing players -
sent a Key West.player across the as to their superiority in the I Ii comeback. In the first game they
; 'of ;: stopped the Cuban Club nine, witha
i playing popular game.
plate with tLe winning run. t
that 14 to 1 score and in the second
I Li is represented as saying 1
Aside front LUD..'. pitchkiz: the I he even knows more about managing -I t contest they whipped the Wagner -
!I diamondball players than I Beer team 5 to 0. Now they .
defensive wcrk of Esmond Albary that of directing maneuvers of i i want to meet the Sluggers, for the THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR GOOD TOBACCO

at third bare was outstanding.,!folf enthuiasts, and if this be'I fans claim they have! been playing .J'
I true, the fans may look for a ball ,, "easy meat."
Time end again Albury brouvht game that will be filled with great I -'

the fans to their feet with sensational ''interest and enthusiasm. it is stated.ERICAN :,i The National Guards have some FiI:5L flJj
\ery good JiamondLall and base-

stops and, throws to first. 'l ball players. Tonight the Guard
1 ten will meet the Buy Bees at
Albury Baker nad McCarthy! .
Bayview Par!:

featured at bat. Ii I II .
I ,I I Aw1f 4't .Tlt r ;
LEAGUE At the present moment, it is i .
Every. man on the team however i! probable that Joe Louis, the negro
.1 I Club- \Y. L. Pct.

played a great game, especially Detroit ..._./: _..._. 6Z 37 1)26) ; heavyweight has more :'in-folk.1 I Y+.r V J ns __
including 3,338 cousins, uncles I II ?
: New York ..i__ 55 38 ..5911I i I
the infield.Tonifht i I Chicago _...:..... 51 42 .548 I and nephews, on Thomas street

tLe Key. West club will I Boston .-._---.-- pI 47 .520'. than any other.'citizen in the na- I I.
Cleveland 47 48 .495! tion. i
I ----- ..
meet the strong Dunn Busmen Philadelphia _.._ 40 51 .4-10 I I
Pierce Fire!" Washington ..._0.. 43 57 .430 I A negro asked' the writer how I
the Fort
which with St. Louis 3S 62 .3-t7 did I like his second cousin for the:
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men, are the favorites to cop the .. fight tonight. I I'I
J ,NATIONAL LEAGUE ''I "Who's yorr second cousin!" I
district championship.Genoa J Club- W. L. :ct. naturally asked.
New York 65 34 .657 I "Why, Joe Louis," said the I

erect massive arch Chicago .............._ 65 40 .619; negro. I s w -
a I St.' Louis"' ..._._ 60 39 .606 I "Come on, I.oy," I said. "Don't I .
of triumph in commemoration ofItaly's Pittsburgh .._..._._ 55 48 .534 you kid me." I
victory ovtr Austria. .i Brooklyn _..._...45 56 .446 "It's' a lack" said the negro.'I' ,
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IlD SOCIETY PERSONAL MENTIONs.ee..e.e..e.e..S..ei..eeee..a..e..e..e.I Today's

H >. ax COLs7vArcv :-: : : UNIT Anniversaries

irvofain n,. a** &..riVeer 1 thought that was flxtd. We .esseses.eee.eeeeeeseeeeeee.eee..ee.ee.eee.e... Joe Singleton, who was in Miami Jack Golden manager of the I

: Stan-US'* *od e se 1p that bei l rctntilixa mtigkt hold(oe shall decide that we don't get on to- for medical attention by a Hotel Colonial who was spending eeseese..ese.eee.e.

kit tott with,. ,. Lri'i emsloyer, gether.and separate.It's nothing unusual Entertain At Birthday Party specialist, returned yesterday.Mr. I a while in Miami, returned yes- PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED Iflll-Elias Loom i is. a noted
Jfert A.b. But .
., these days. ... terday on the Havana astronomer and mathematician ..
t r d from "1I.g....* *(J** Special. i AT NAVY FIELD TOMOR. ;

I.t ver. .Africa f ,... realise mud 91It.that stubtesly ko love* "But we're supposed to be married I In Honor Of Myrtland Cates and Mrs. Charles A. Rob-I i ROW AFTERNOONA 'I hi* day, born at Wihngton. Con:

a. ol A.... Tfte eliRcnIfy' it that !" I erts arrived yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. James Vickerstassj Died at New Haven Aug. I-t.
neither c.. triaf ktmtelf la tell "*. Ii-1
Irnik-e.4 |K.| Rr. kll.... Mark -I know. i Mr. and Mrs. Myrtland Catesof Bertha Lowe ami for a visit with their son I of Daytona Beach are visiting; : Kiddie Kabaret and Social 1889.
4iker JI u r* Iou wIth l.a1llW. Peggy Porter, / with Mr. and j
"Well. we can't stay married can Varela street, entertained daughter-in-law, :Mr. and MrsLykes \ Mrs. Edwin Trevor
wer"I afternoon at Wesley House I Joseph Ladd, Jr., Constance I Turner. j at their apartments at the old Air; Hour of the recreation section of 1823-Kufus C. Burle- n. T.xas -
Chapter 25 'the Key West Administration will ;
see!" lie gave a savage laugh. playground from :5 to 7 o'clock in Adams Bobby Thompson Norma I| Station reservation. Mrs. Vicker- be given tomorrow afternoon at I Baptist clergyman and college:

COMPLICATION"T "Ton mean we shall have to get free celebration of the fifth birthday Thompson, Carmen Reyes Edna Harry Shaw machinist with the,' stass was before marriage Mire' the colored section of the Nary I founder born near Decatur Ala

SAID that the time bad come legally. G.t a divorce or. rather, anniversary of their son Myrt I Caviness, Rosalie La Fae. Lois lighthouse department, left yes' Blanche Curry of Key West. | Ball Field, beginning atI 30 Pied at Waco, TeJf-, May t 14

I when we could make an end of pretend to get one. I must be a great land Jr.Ilore Lord,'Ruth Thompson, Lois Pin- terday afternoon for Miami to o'clock. J'JO 1.

this farce.1* Laurie managed to control fool; I admit I never thought of that. Miss Carmen Rodriguez
than 50 of Myrtland'slittle der, Zelia Carmona, Antonio join Mrs.\ Shaw who had been arrived The program which will be tendered -I
her voice. But. of course it can be managed. friends joined with him tol I I Ban-era Leon Saunders, Jr., Ber visiting a sister in Savannah andis I over the East Coast yesterday! follows: 1826-Robert G. Dun, who --x

..It.seems a little soon" Res re- somehow without anybody know. make the afternoon merry with I r nardo Carmona Tommy Reyes, now with a son-in-law and from Tampa remained over night'as Opening Chorus-Group. panded the great mercantile agen

plied. "1 have only been back six. Ing. games and other forms of amuse-!i Oscar Fabel Billy Porter, Billy daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Lint-' guest, of Miss Sara Fernandez I Dance-Dorfo Scott.SoloWinifred I cy bearing his name, born al

weeks." ment. Prizes were awarded to Ladd, Kenneth Curry Dumont ner, in Miami. I[at Wesley House, and sailed today Bethel. : Chilicothe, Ohio. Died lI oto..

"Isn't that time enough for us to A CAIN Laurie thought fearfully of Kenneth Curry, Zelia Carmona.I I Sterling, Vincent Molina, Jr., I for Havana. I Solo-Josepha Saunders. j, 1900.
the from Australia,
find oat that we don't get 00:" young man who were declared winners in the, Kenneth A. Key, Ralph Carmona. I. P. L. Caddis: :superintendent ot''] Solo-Eth 'lyne Sands. 1827-Eliza .
but she could not bring herself to I Logan actrc '
-I wasn't thinking of that. There speak of him. games. I i Mesdames Flossie Lord, Leon the Florida East Coast Railway,j| Cyril Lowe, from Islamorada, Solo-Willie Mae Albury. j born in Philadelphia. Died to

are other things. At the conclusion of the games,i' Cates Vincent Molina Miguel I I was an arrival yesterday for a arrived yesterday to join Mrs. Solo and Dance--Helen Gon- New Jan.
humr York
15 1872.
"Are you In a great h. I Lowe and who ,
"What can there be?" Then she asked. and conte.sts. the children and! Carmona Leon Saunders, Beryl business visit and returned in the son are visiting t zalez.
"Do you want to get maJ'orledr I i
put in quickly: "You said before you older guests enjoyed delicious ice), Curry, R. M. Archer Arnold Key,I I afternoon. > Mrs. Lowe's parents Mr. and Tap Dance--P.thelia Burgohy. 1833-Powell Clayton. Kansas

went to Africa that yon owed Mr. ":\0.- she sajd distantly; and added cream, cake and candy. Benjamin Lowe, Adele Porter, I Mrs. Frank Curry.Mr. Chorus-Group. civil engineer. Union general.

Albery money. Is that.Itr with a wonderful Imitation of a Those present were: I Antonio Barrera, Harold Haskins .! C. C. Ronth. engineer with the, and Mrs.\ H. C. Stallsworth Play ground activities and So- Arkansas builder, governor senator -
One of them. natural smile."But perhaps yon dot: Tommy Porter Charles Lord, Anthony Haskins. Leo Haskins, Norfolk and Western R. R., was of Jacksonville who Hour. ambassador born at Bethel

Her eyes were steady and looked i Not likely. He gave her one of Charles Sanchez, Cecelia L. H. T. Reese, John A. Lord. Alberto in Key West yesterday for a brief vacation in are enjoyinga ..5 5 5 i;-..5 S 5 5 5 5 C 5 5 S.C C..5Today's Pa. Died August 25, 1914
hostile. those intent penetrating looks from kins Betty Lord Joan Rae Lord.-I' Camero, A. S. Caviness, visit and left in the afternoon';' Key West are guests
at the home of Ifr. and Mrs. Horoscope
"I can't see how that can matter. his grey eyes that had their snowy Althea J. Haskins Leo Haskins Ralph! K. Johnson Miss Helen for his home. [ 1835-Roswell P. Flower. New

"Albery might turn against me if blind look. "Laurie, have yon ever I Jr., Randolph Haskins, Sara! Caviness. I street.Thomas Mrs.Whitmarsh Stallsworth on Olivia plansto .e.eeess..ee..e.... I York banker congressman and

he thought 1 had treated you badly." been In lover I .--, --. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill! of return home Saturday over Again we find a nature that i5''' governor. born in Jefferson Co..

He was making excuses and he knew She looked back at him defiantly, New Smyrna left yesterday after-; the Eass Coast. Mr. Stallsworth' too impulsive and idealistic. in j N. Y. Died Mar 12, 1899.

It And that made him rage Inward- although her color rose. DeMolays Plan To 'FLOOR DISPLAY noon for their home after a visit will return Sunday over the high. form differing from yesterday'

Give Big Dance in Key West as part of their vaci-' way. with less inertia, but needing a I PALACERichard

7'II tion. IMVs. good training to hold the fortune j

I ATLONG'SSTORE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirtland that may come to it under favor- [I Cromwell-Billie Seward

Robert J. Perry Chapter, Or- ing aspects. Today's degree bears! -in-
Nathan Melton and children .,; left yesterday afternoon "bver the
der of DeMolay, will sponsor a I Dorothy Lillian. Delina anl; East Coast for St. Augustine honors friends and success when I MEN OF THE HOUR
Big Dance at the Cuban Club on How furniture should be arranged properly trained and curbed.
Harriette, and son Herbert, left: where Mr. Kirtland is employedwith i iI Two Comedies
Friday evening at 9 o'clock. in the modern home and
yesterday afternoon after a visit the Florida East Coast Rail- Matinee: 5-10e; Night 10-15c I
The affair promises to draw a, what the appearance should be.
of several days with, relatives and'! way.Today's.
large crowd it is expected that: is one of the purposes of the large
as bc 2s
friends. I "Jacks...III-. .. .. ...
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it will be attended by a large j j showrooms of Long's Furniture I........................
II r1hI number of the visiting guardsmen. -I Store. THE SEMINOLE

j j Before purchasing furniture. Mrs. Rubin Appel and cons, Birthdays S .iBILIOUSNESS

dance music customers of this store are given Milton and Jack, left yesterday .
A spicy program t see..see e e..s e..seee.cc.
will be furnished by a wellknownlocal i j the opportunity of seeing just how afternoon over the East Coast,
orchestra. This band has arranged -j: the room will look as there are for a brief vMt in Miami. j I i Dr. Ellen F. Pendleton retiringI IT't.n"t

to play many of the latest! arranged on the floor 21 bedroom i I I president of Wellesley College,
born at 1'. I. 71
dance numbers for the occasion. suites, 12 breakfast sets. 14 dining Guy Adams, conductor with),i Westerly years

room suites 35 living room the Florida East Coast /lailway, ago.

THIRD SET OF TEETH I suites and scores of other itemsof arrived yesterday accompanied by,!1 I Ii
Lester D. Gardner of New York.
I household furniture in different his son Billy and daughter, Miss:
secretary of the Institute of the
5 MARTINSVILLE, Ind.-A new designs and finishes and in the Barbara who will remain until
I Aeronautical Sciences born in
tooth which he believes may be the latest styles. Saturday as guesls of their uncle

first of a third set of teeth has "You'll find our stock and display and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John N. New York 59 years ago. f'H ".I.r""U''. ... f.ltltF.R.Fl.rida MaaaverI

been cut by D. Gardner Civil War ; second to none in the South." Costar. Mr. Adams returned to I I' A human, home-like Institution
Mr. Long. "Doubting Thom- I' Dr. Francis F. Lucas Bell lab- :,. where yon will find p.r I..JI"U..I
veteran, of this city. says Miami this morning. I oratories' scientist-microscopi't, EXPERT ,evmfOTt .. ases who do not think that our .
I ter of great Importance.i
I born at Glens Falls, N. Y., 51
Subscribe to The Citizen.LEGALS. prices terms and stock will compare County Commissioner Braxton: !, OPTICAL Ii i' --

favorably nth any store anywhere B. Warren, who left lust weeki years ago. SERVICE A ....t 'Irpp.' ..11..1.. _.led
i f i I. Ike heart a' the .il7Every
invited to visit our
are with Mrs. Warren for visit with
a i
II I Judge John P. Nields. U. S. District i _
store and learn for themselves. their bon-in-law and daughter,! Optical repairs form a large
I judge of Delaware, born at Ii i I Room with Combination Tub
>OTICE OF MASTER'S! SAI.K Mr. and SIrs Clements Hudson in Wilmington 67 years ago. part of our services. We are ;.' and Sbnwer Math; Radio, El---tril\
NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VEX., LEGALSINiTET 37 Miami, returned yesterday. z.rrs. I felling Fan. Slat Door for hummer
"We'll that under and bjr virtue of and fully qualified and experienced Ventilation. Comfortable Reds with
separate. It's nothing unusual these days. pursuant to that certain decree ; -KTATKS--CUSTOMS= Warren will return later. Dr. John A. Anderson of the to duplicate broken lenses and :MattreMea of Inner Spring r n-

I ly. A luud. insistent voice was calling "No. Have )your made and entered on the 11th day I siiticit'rt of Ky \\".." .'.. I I Mt. Wilson Observatory astronomer -- I ruction and Individual Read
of July. A. D. ItZS. by the Honorable frames Ing Lamps.
Ida. July :11, IMS. Notice is h..r..byIt'lv..n on your glasses :
In his ears-"1 don't want her togo "No." Jefferson B. Browne, Judge of of the ,,burr and intention MS-R. Albert Shultz arrived yesterday born at Rollag Minn., 59t ItATfMI
!' "What about Belle Mason the Circuit Court of the Twentieth. to forfeit nf the motor vmsr-l I IOnl from/Miami\ and will spenda :I I .!..,.
poor Judicial Circuit of Monroe County., \"-% (SIC). 29 ft. lonB. S ft. 5 while with her brother-in-law t years ago.IStop DR. J. A. VALDES ; fill R_.. PrlT... Balk (;c....
"I think that Is absurd.Ihe said. She did not know what forced her Florida. In Chancery, In that certain -'. In. .beam. equipped with a nKrance Ml Rmn.. Pr'".'. Rat JPrivate -*
What could It matter to Mr.Albery. to say such an unkind vicious thing. cause therein pending wherein,, 55 II. r. motor tolt'elherlIh her and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Orthogoa Soft-Lit Licensee 4. !<_.... RatS ..**
Thelma Moore Thompson Joined by. tarkle. apparel equipment and furniture Knapp. Chills :. MM***. Private Stash __ aJW
anybowr I "You were going to marry herr her husband and next friend God-;i I belonging owner I !. "Sample' ..__.. Private llatb 4.'i.ibitT ....
-I don't want to risk the slightest I "I was fond of Belle." he answered frey Thompson are complainants.I)'of tri :: hopkins IIOS I 532 Duval Street : FOR DOtnLOI :
chance of Albery finding out the coldly. Then hIs valc4 and John Bogart and Bogart. his Elizabeth Street Key ,Went Florida Miss Danner Baker, ot New' I: I\I\: ; :
unknown wife If married. ..Jo"pbV. and 1., Klai.8 Jugs use gallon
truth. It was clumsy ridiculous. changed. and he said as casually ai Albury. M. E. Mondul and Geo. rapacity and Iti Kla* JUK" one. Smyrna. was an arrival over the:I and Fever! --- - -- ..- -
pitiable. lie knew It, But the voice If he were discussing the weather, Woli and all unknown claimants gallon rapacity. Thin property "' .sseized East Coast yesterday for her-first

went on--She:: is lovely! She Is the "It's kind of yon to give me the extra and having-to the or claiming land hereinafter an Interest dencnbed. In.- of Section on Julv 58C 21.of U3"the Tariff for violation Art of visit in Key Wost and returned I -

loveliest thing In the world!" time Laurie. I won't keep yon waiting are defendants 'the undersigned liJO. at Key \"...Florida.. Any home in the afternoon. RU Your Syttem of Malaria! V

Laurie turned away and walked to a minute longer than I can help." Special Master> In .Chancery., will offer '' person claiming thin property or I Shivering with chills moment and
appointed by aaid decree any interest therein is hereby notified : one
the window. The memory- of that' Much against hel wilt. Laurie was for sale at public outcry to the and admonished to appear and burning with fever the next-that's oneI I I
fall; *. one-armed young man from drawn Into a measure of pe bile life. highest bidder for cash before the file with the Collector: of Customs. FAST FREIGHT SERVICE I of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked,
front door of the County CourtHouse Key "'."1. Florida.
Custom House
| the disease will do serious harm ,
Australia back to her. The ; your
came There
was no getting out of it. Rex In Key West. Monroe Coun-i I I la claim thereto and a bond In the t.
i iI
questions he had asked her about Moore was the lion of the day. Not ty Florida, on Monday the 2nd day, sum of $%:>0.00 within. twenty dare I health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls
of September A. D. 1935 (same being from the first publication of this I I for two things. First destroying the in- |
her marriage with Rex Moore. And only his recent rescue flight but his a rule day of said court and a: notice. Unless such claim and bond NEW YORK lection in the blood. Second building i I
her stupid answers. dramatic return from the dead bad legal sales day) during the legal I are filed within the time prescribedthe I up the blood to overcome the effects of 1 I
hours of sale, to-wlt between 11' said property will .... sold at .
caught the public Imagination. the disease and to fortify against further f
o'clock in the forenoon and 2 o'clock I public auction to the highest bidderat and BOSTONFrom I
Sit E had heard no more of him. She Even his grim determination In the afternoon of said day, the the west door f the Federal ,I attack.
had forgotten him until Just now. could not prevent the publicity bq following described property to I I Inatlsfy I I Building i at Key West, Florida, onThursday. Gro' '* Tasteless! Chill Tonic supplies .
said decree by payment of August! %%. 1 J5. at 1% Key West alternate Fridays both these effects. It contains tasteless '
What was she to do!Tell Rex Moore loathed. lie told himself fiercely the amounts therein specified: o'clock or otherwise disposed of in I quinine, which kills the infection in the I
about b.lm0.. she couldn't bring that he was tied up with these debts On the Island of Key West I{ accordance with the statutes made From New York alternate Tue.- blood, and iron, which enriches and
In Monroe County Florida, and
herself to do that. It had probably that came crowding upon him be- known oa a map of said Island tor.and provided. A..I. Angle.jly3laug.14BurnsteadsWormSynip; Collec d.,.. builds up the blood. Chills and fever

meant nothing. The young man bad cause of his own fault and that be delineated by Wm. A. Whitehead From Bottom alternate Saturdays I soon stop and you are restored to healthi
In February. 18ZS, as part i and comfort. For half Grove's
a century
gone back to Australia no doubt: could not repa.lIe could not
escape of tract 18. but now better Al_ *R\V Oil LEANS t. KEY WESTAlternate Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief
Australia was such a long off. except by known Lot 23. Square 1,
way disappearing once more as .
Wednesday ArriveKey for Malaria. It is just ss useful, too, as ageneral
Tract IS, according to Geo. W. See How We Have
And probably nobody would Into the air.Laurie Nicholas subdivision of said \\rnt een4 day" f.iI.wiag.CLYDEMALLORY. tonic for old and young. Pleasant
trouble to investigate the facts she had to attend several func-- tract 18. recorded in Plat Book To ehfldrun are. seed,.._' .*.f..sserty.IT "MMTfcK WKeraitmiltosai to take and absolutely harmless. Safe to
had given him.She herself was quite Lions with him. She did not mind the 1. page 42. of Monroe County.Florida FAILS. Imolte enrrilv and tmiimsnsen give children. Get a bottle at any drug
Records. Commencingat sf sA.TONlN.: n contains f.U dose, Now sizes-soc and The
store. two $1.
unknow More than likely all trace public ones so much There were a point on Seminary Street. stood slxlr, ,..sra' te'*. Mild everrwheitr 1j Our Stock
size contains 2 times much the ArrangedCompare
.r 0. 64 e n bsttle.ftM. $1 >j as as --
of her K. !SMITH. Agent.
family was lost by now. Her crowds and she was always intensely distant from the corner of
Frances Street 134 feet 5 C. A. "---, M. U.. raOitdsinU Key West SOC size and gives you 25% more for
father had made such a mess of Interested In everything that
inches and running thence I jour money.
things after her mother's death. He went on around her. And everybody along. Seminary Street in a N. I
bad bad no more life in him and was so kind. ":'1, direction 44 feet. 5 inches: MONROE THEATER our PRICES and TERMS. with any
thence at right angles In a S.
Just faded out of existence. a hope- But several private dinner parties Ely direction 92 feet C Inche.; Margaret Sullavan and Herbert I store anywhere with the same standard quality
less failure.flut. she hated and only got through by a thence at right angles in a S.Wly :Marshall in I
direction 44 feet. 6 Inches merchandise! You will find stock and
; display
even so. Just the memory of tremendous effort of wilL And when thence at right angles in a N.Wly I
that interview unconsciously altered she had to give a Sunday luncheon direction 92 feet. C Inches, Joe Penner-Lanny Ross in
to the place of beginning.VM. II Why Take Chances SECOND TO NONE IN THE SOUTH
her frame of mind. party at the flat, she was terribly \ H. MA LOSE.I COLLEGE RHYTHM I (
She turned and faced Rex Moore nervous although she was a born Special Master In Chancery. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orche* For convenience
housekeeper. and Rex Moore had RAYMOND R. LORD I tra, 15-20e; Nights 15-25 your we have on display, as

again.Yhat do yon suggest then?" she told her to get all the extra help she I Solicitor for Complainants.JljrZ4-31: auBl1421PIMPLES I of Food Spoilagewhen they will look in your home-

asked. needed and this time not to econ i

That you should give me another omlse. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I 21 Bedroom Suites priced at ....__.._........... $56.00 up

fortnight or three weeks." be an "We must show some hospitalityto .4 ff FUNERAL HOME i{ for as little as SEVEN 0 12 Breakfast Sets priced at .........__........_ $14.25 up*

swered. lie was not looking at her; Albery. he told her."Hang It all : from surface conditions A Serving Key West 14 Dining Room Suites .
CENTS A': DAY you can priced at ........... $80.00 up
he was mechanically pouring himself -' we are living in his flat rent free!" .." rnod not be ndured. Half Centnry p ;.;?

out another cup of tea.although So It came about that Laurie sat Make your skin clearer 24 Hoar Ambnlance Service 'I have the protection that a ::.:&'" .I 35 Living' Room Suites priced at$40.00 up

he had finished his breakfast. at the head of her own luncheon and smoother with : General Electric
II Licensed Embalmer Refrigerator
r (tt AJ1 of different designs and finished in the
would give me time for certain table entertaining Wanda Steels Phone
135 Night 69G.\\ !
ResinoL gives Foods
you. are ? (
things I have to do. and then I shall and Mark Albery. as well as other I : latest styles I

1 jb going off on the Pacific flight men distinguished In the world of -----1 kept at a constantly ideal !
and that will make things easier. aviation. But for her there was only temperature. The refrigera'Z. : .1 S CASH PRICES QUOTED per cent discount

Very well. said Laurie. and Her one man present-Rex Moore. tor with the sealed-in-steel '; for cash with order. Terms during this saleat
d7-7 I
heart gave a thump."And how ICopyriaKt. Corolte ,
great IMS. Etaton cash prices follows
mechanism as :
needs atten : ;
shall we manage It? I mean-something I no

will have to be done." thing Tomorrow important Albtry from learns Mr*. $t.em.,.*., Hotel Leamington tion-not even oiling-and ',:;, I $ 1.00 to $ 25.00 L5 dow, 1.$ each week for 4 weeks

carries a five year guarantee $ 26.00 10 $ 50:00.: 1.5 dow, 1-8 each week fer 6 weeks
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on its most vital part-the I $ 51.00 10 $75.00. 1.$ flows, LI2 each week for 12 weeks

"Miami's Most Popular Hotel t mechanism. HOLDS All THIS FOOD I I2m. II $ 76.00 t. 100.00, 1-5 dow., 1-4 each atouth leg 4 month.

STEAMSHIP Co. sulk 2 J,MS.cram i I $101.00 10 $125-00 1.5 down, 1.5 each __tit for 5 mouths

P & 0 N. E. ht Street at Biscayne Boulevard I II Electric refrigeration is a 2 1:dox.!'-.c"IT.f.ens* 1 Ib.cass boner fane I $126.00 I. $150.00 1-$ down, 1-6 each month for 6 months

: UNITED ROTES STATES FASTMAIL I Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay ; necessity and not a luxury.It bottle cbernes catlapt 2 Ib* Ii, I $151.00 I. $175.00 1.5 down, 1.7 each month fee 7 month
FOR bscoas ilbt.roast el bead $176-OO I. $200.00 1-5 dow 1-8 Month for
8 months
Opposite Union Bus Station is Economical I, Safe and Icrrvce I cscwsiber ''I
PORT TAMPA-IfAVAN'A-WEST INDIES 2 Ibs tosntors I bsecbcelcr ; $201.00 I. $225.00 1-5 down, 19 each month for 9 month

Effective March 18th. 1935 One Block from Shopping: District Durable. Ask the hundredsof **e e 2 S sripe oone, Irs oessees it e.2Icnoe $226.00 I. $250.00 1-S down, 1.10 each month for 10 months
And Amusements satisfied I ut sals4 drewms; e 1 Ib.Isffd .
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, ; users in KeyWest. 2 left-ovcY. coe*
1:2o .'. taj.ms t or. water bottle
Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, ice'csbct-'lTbt. of Ice)

days Leave 6:30 P.Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon. Single Room with Bath $1.50 I: Long's Furniture Store

Ticket. ReserratioBS ..! liDock. I Double Room with Bath --------- 2.00 ,
Uforsaatlesi Ticket Office -- The
< ml ) 0. S II Key West Electric Company 1III 1IIIu 800 FLEMING STREET PHONE 80

.P..... ,71 I ALFRED SIMONS, Manager t

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