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 8, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00087
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i For Associated ane:Press>> Day'td to Win-the 1 b JC j&t11 Wt (Citizen t I most country Key W equable eat; ,with Florida weather an, average has In the the

Bert Interest of Key West *
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I High Riot Costs Shown To Be ADJUSTMENT OF Wilcox Looks For Early Action Present Congress May Be Faced With

Drain On FnmVOf_ Irish City TAXES AGENWEAND1VAR ASKED: Y.* By Congress' In ReestablishmentOf Same Condition As InClosing Days

Naval Air Base .
Key WestBr
Belfast Pays Out More GUARDS HAVING
I' Of Last Session With Forced Issues

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lars In SIONERS LAST NIGHT OTHER WASHINGTON C, A... In view'of, this Wilcox said, be --- -- ----.I-! --

War CompensationSince Days IN ISLAND CITY, MATTERS HEARD Action may let be had this *e 8'1[ felt sure that action would be CONCERT AGAIN 1 LA MONACA BAND Farm Mortgage Refinancing -

,: sins of Congress OB a bill a.thor.1 1[tad !in the' House if the committee THIS EVENING PLAYS TODAY ATROTARYMEETING Bill May Be Prin-

MEMBERS OF COAST ARTILLERY Ivar Axelson, representing the izing the re-cttablUkmcBt of a

(Mr AMoeUte frca> DELIGHTED I owner of a large tract of land in make a report. cipal Measure To Con-
air bate at Key West, it wa AT CAMP] SITE
,BELFAST, Northern Ireland; the northwestern section of Mon-1..1 When Wilcox went before the I
Ang. 8.-On t break* of street. roe county, addressed the board of today by RepresentativeMark
: CLIMATIC CONDITIONS I II county commissioners last night Wilcox.Representative. Committee, he told member that I
fighting inch am that which recently relative to adjustments of taxes EXCELLENT PROGRAM ARRANGED MRS. WOODWARD, RENDERS

*>n the property. A favorable pro- Wilcox said be he was urging speedy action on HERBERT PLUMMERBy :
claimed .!x live neiW' Lave BY CAESAR LA. TWO VOCAL SOLOS; SEVERAL -
Are the members of the 265th position was made\by the commissioners C An ..... Prr..,
I I I II the
proved an expensive Usury. I.Belfast's Regiment Coast Artillery enjoy- which Mr. Axelson feels bad been before the Home naval proposal because Key West MONACA TO BE RENDERED I ADDRESSES GIVEN BY WASHINGTON A... s.O.ce .-

I\\jng! the 1935 encampment at Fort satisfied will be agreeable to the affairs committee and asked thata wa i in difficult economic straits
taxpayers sine ,he! war. BY HIS EXCELLENT BAND ARMY OFFICERS PRESENT again, just a* happened in
Taylor reservation is the question -I owner.
Present at the meeting were special session be held, if necessary and the presence of an air base'
number of
The city has paid ont merE" than asked today of a the closing day of the last con
I Ir Chairman Carl Bervaldi. Commissioners !I :
officers and enlisted,personnel by for diu..i.D.I the Key there would help speed ; I
$10,000.000 in. compensation for i r The Citizen. Win. R. Porter, Braxton B. rec..erf'f Lovers of music are again, The outstanding feature of to-:; frets the Fraxier-Lemke farm

injury, death and destruction in I.I In every instance .the. replies : Warren and Nathan Niles; Clerk West air base. He was ....red.j r He also told the .... promised a musical treat at the| day's Rotary luncheon was the: mortratf reftnandn; bill mayprovide
have been the same_Officers and j Ross C. Sawyer and Chief Deputy j concert 7:30 o'clock this evening 1 ]program rendered by Caesar La.!
Bernard Waite.Application he ..ieI. that the committee would bar that a* a matter of .tr.te'Y'.1
tla.trioL I '
men are having a period of study I the firework before the
.1 Cabrera Wholesale I 1 of the 265th Regiment Coast Artillery 1 Monaca's orchestra, which consisted -',i
and diversified training which is : by consider the bill, and make an an air base at Kry West was a. Band.Conductor. of.several renditions of the
By act'of parliament each civic I present session i* adjourned sine
more comprehensive than heretofore !, Grocery, Inc., for license to I I
treasury in the British empire I ." Cae-wr LaMonacahas : highest order, all of which were,,
sell! liquor was approved. it. Mwise
isj! and thereforemore" ,interest- early report on e 1 e die.
liable for all riot compensation! I i = greatly enjoyed.Two !I[
Bond of Miss Celia Weintraub
ing. I __ __ arranged an exceptionally en- ,
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fixed by the courts when it can The schedule of activities is such' as notary public, was approved. were rendered; Senator Long of Lonisiana had
tertaining with four
be proved that more than three!) Bond of Frank program vocal by) bins II. R. Woodward wife of1!
|I that the regiment as a whole is occupied Bentley as no-
JUDGE BROWNE\ NEWAPPUCATION numbers two of which toil Lieutenant the .
persona caused malicious damage' at all times at some phase : tary public, was approved. are Colonel Woodward,;> leadership of both houses m -
either to Belfast be sung by Mrs. Eva B. Warner. (commander of the 265th Coast
property or person. of the work, either practical or : Bond of Eugene Sweeting as j around in circle last
has found the act a burden! 'I mental, and only in the eveningis deputy sheriff, was approved. REPLACES ULY FOR BRIDGE FUND Her number will be "0 Ask of the j'! Artillery, which is now encamped i;I year

Police Grow Sterner there any real rest period af: Sheriff K. 0.. Thompson's reportof Stars Above You" and the popular]I at Fort Taylor reservation.' The 1 before be forced enactment The city's peak years for riot., forded. I funds deposited in the First i "Siboney." I,selections given by Mrs. Woodward -1;
I j
ing bills were from 1921 to 1924 {I However, the days of severe, National Bank to the amount of, o. THO WSON, TOBEFORWARDEDi Two other vocalists are to be',[ were well rendered, and: Frazier-LemLe bill which later

when they totalled $590,000, f 4-J,, training are offset by the delightful -]I $28.28 for the month of July, was : r heard. One of these will be SerI{(were, greatly enjoyed adding I I was invalidated by the supreme
000,000, $3,450,000 and $1, 50.-j evenings of rest, and social j:i read and placed on file. :I gent Phil Kues, who has been derfully to the day's won-I I
000, respectively. Heavy loss of I I{ Judge Hugh Gunn reported no i iI I Adjutant General Vivien M. court. The famous incident of
activity which are afforded both LOCAL JURIST WILL HANDLE MONROE COUNTY ROAD AND heard on previous' programs and' '*,
life, entailing to relatives sales of licenses to merchants or} i t Collins and several other officers
payment officers and men who have many f!) !I I whose singing has delighted hisl tV -lost papers" and the "king-
and widespread damage to friends and acquaintances in the other than merchants during July.:'*{ AFFAIRS OF MIAMI JUDGE,,' TOLL BRIDGE COMMISSION)1 hearers. His offering will be "II[of different army units, were in.
shops and houses contributed: t to, {I Tax Collector Frank .JI. Ladd' '' MIL-j, Never Had Chance." Private i attendance. Some of the officers I' fish'." threat to keep congress in
entertain them.
city ever ready to I j' i' PENDING DECISION IN RE- TO ASK FOR EIGHT ( short talks !I
gave expressing
the figures. I reported deposits in the First National greatdelight
I i I As was said by Captain Stanley i' 1 [ Ernest,Wall popular will\) !! session until .
j j on their visit to Key West, they were found
Since those peak years, thanks S. Barchan, commanding officer''t Bank as of August 1 of $1- I CIRCUITING BILL LION DOLLARS. [ sing Kipling's famous The ;
to sterner police measures in not of headquarters battery in an in.,711.67. distributed to the following : :Road To Manealay." saying that the officers and pe-|' still are remembered
ing cones, disturbances have been e! funds in the shown:,I f The I'.sonnel making up the encampment -
} amounts complete follows
I terview, "Full advantage is taken I General program : contingent were high in!'t The rented
more quickly nipped but the :? ; i j measure now pending -
rer;: of the wonderful opportunities af- Judge Jefferson B. Browne of j Application for funds to con- March, "The Stars and StripesForever"Sousa. :their t I.
praise of Key West, and thegreat
Fine Forfeiture
cent outburst after Belfast's' $90.65; I I i -a low interest and in-
forded the tropical island at' Key West, has replaced Judge Lily! struct the bridges the water .
by I Indebtedness Fund over : hospits.itybows: them since I j
"Twelfth of July" demonstration I f[ 'I' Outstanding f!lationary
Grand Selection from proposal
"Songs -present
the extreme of the United States O. Thompson of circuit court of their an
will prove a severe blow to: the:1 ( $423.04; I II gaps in the highway are to be the I arrival in the Island City. ,i
Old Folks"Lake.Popular I
treasury. ,' II where many of the outstanding I I Special Advertising $30.21; 1 1I. I I Miami. Judge Browne will administer -i'! made within a short time by the I II Fox Trot, "I Never: Dr. Carnes surgeon in charge at.I even more serious problem .than
In addition to those kiled.more sportsmen of the world journey to!I I.Special Bond and Interest the affairs of the court pending ., :the United State Marine Hospital -fits'I predeeebsor. Senator Borah
than 50 known enjoy its famed fishing, and ad-I I$60.44; the supreme court's decision' newly created Monroe County Had a Chance"-Berlin. Vocal- ) !, and Lieut. Krueger stationed _i j has placed it on his personal
were to have
,received treabpgnJQt$ JitjurieLCohbt. vantage is"taken.: by the. coast. _ar-!,}.I.l Road Fund $90.65;_ Fund'i f in a quo- warranty action tq determine -!|Road and Toll Bridge commis- .Solo by Sgt.Solo Phil byEva"B.Kucs.Soprano Warner s.4 the -Army. Barracks,I)j II "must1plrogranr wMegtilathra l tHIery Tnen t*Te opportunity rCen far School Taxes $ ; the status of Jndge, sionT The amount io'be a..ked'1 !were also in attendance. George
Stone Removed I I "0 Ask of the Stars Above be acted at this session. Iloude
to participate, in this sport.! j Thompson. on
Gibbs of Jackson' ille
But for the strict preventive : Special School Bond and 18,000,000. was a visitingRotarian
s' "Contrary to the popular belief .r est, $148.92 It is the contention of the tatter j I You. present. I supporters of the bill, led by Rep
measures adopted by the authors ; This decided at the first 'I
ties in recent the toll would of many persons Key West, Special School Tax District No.I that the recircuiting bill pass- |! Overture, "Raymond"Thomas.Popular A duet was rendered by Mrs., resentative Lemke, Republican of
have been much years higher. Armoredcars has a favorable climate and is 1. $297.84. ed at the recent session of the: meeting of the commission held I iboncY"-LeCllona.l Janice Maloney Lewis and George North Dakota but a Roosevelt

curfew laws, bannirg of I favored by a .cool j breeze during I{: In connection with the above legislature is illegal and unconstitutional -!yesterday at Matecumbe. Present Vocal Solo by Mills White which also proved to supporter in 1932, are resorting
processions and prohibition oft the entire year. j I I j:the following was transmitted to and thet he is still i j were W. H. Burwell, who was Tenor :Solo.'! "On the Road be a great entertaining featureof to every: trick in their bag. in defiance -

I street gatherings have helped "The two weeks]., spent on this'', W. V. Knott state treasurer and judge of circuit court, in Miami. '; elected chairman of the commis-I Mandalay"-Oley Speaks. 'tOI the day's festivities. |I of administration leaders,
I keep matters in hand. island with its marine life' troPi-1 I' reasurer ex-officio of Monroe Should the supreme 'court uphold vate Ernest WaitDescriptive fir.. William R- Warren was in to force vote by meant of A
cal fruits and Latii the sston, B. D. Trevor vice chairman, Fantasy, "A .' ::
contention of
Another helpful has 'county: $1,027 less commission Judge ,I j charge of the da, program] discharge petition.
i I been the measure affords relaxation pnd each minf: I'of $20.55, leaving balance of Thompson. Judge Browne will retain P. L. Wilson, J. It. Stowers and ing Sct'ne"-Bucalo."I'l. lIunt'l while Melvin E. Russell, presidentof Bill' Supporter. Goaded
repaving of most of the
returns to civil life!, better fitted t t i his t The Star Spangled: r
i city's cobbled streets with concrete $1,006.83. I f I judgeship in the Twentieth T. Jenkins Curry. It was the organization, presided over Briefly, the bill would refinance
physically, morally and: spirit Deposits made on August 5 by Judicial Circuit as before. If mously decided to appoint There was another large the general session.ARRANGE farm. indebtedness
thus depriving the rioters of i existing at :tn
un.ni-I at the concert last and
their favorite ammunition. The ually. ; Tax Collector Ladd amounted to I the supreme court upholds the action -|Duncan, manager. substantial evidence of their interest rate of 1 % per cent. It,
initial cost of repaving was high, 1058.84, distributed as follows: Browne of will the be legislature one of the Judge four j|I I Mr. Stowers and Mr. enjoyment of the instrumentaland CIVIL I benefits would extend to any
but the concrete for itself VACATION FOR General Revenue $$157.83; farmer who lost his property
may pay
vocal numbers the excel-
in time.TWELVE. Fine and Forfeiture, $57.68; I judge* in the, Eleventh Judicial ,, left over the highway yesterdaymorning. through 'foreclosure at
.. Outstanding Indebtedness Fund Circuit, to reside in Key West Arriving at No Name lent program. V 'I any tint*
I SERVICE EXAM.TO 1. in the last. 13 years.Proponents
i RELIEF CREWS 269.63; I I 1'4Cey they journeyed by B. M. Dun. I of the measure con

BUILDING Special Advertising $19.26* JUNIOR PATROLCIRCUSPLANNED can's launch to Matecumbe\ where MAKE READY TO : tend it would mean savings of billions -
Special Bond and Interest Fund,
to the farmers well
I they were joined by the delega.l BE HELD FOR POSITION as as
PERMITS ISSUED rl PERTAINS TO THOSE TRANSFERRED $38.52; I H.I, I: putting into circulation billion of
Road Fund $38.52; tion from Miami and Judge REBUILD STRAND OF ASSISTANT LIGHTHOUSE i dollars of new money in federal
TO OTHER DE. General School Taxes $192.60; i H. Taylor and his secretary Miss reserve notes, secured by first

COVER GENERAL REPAIRS i PARTMEflTSEmployees : Special School Bond and Interest I Florence DnParc. Judge Taylor KEEPER: mortgages on farm lands.

I $94.90; i PLAYGROUND AFFAIR TO was named attorney for the. com-] BIDS ARE NOW BEING ASKED Administration leaders in the
AND MANY OTHER IM- Special School Tax District No. house by their efforts to block
PROVEMENTSThere I I, $189.80.In TAKE PLACE LABOR DAY I I minion and Miss Du Pare was appointed FOR CONSTRUCTIONOF Announcement i i is.' made by the the discharge: petition .almost:
I. of the .state;\ emergency above secretary. United States '
I connection with the I t Civil Service Commission have goaded supporters of the bill
I relief administration, ,who there was remitted to W. V. AT BAYVIEW PARK. II I j Others who attended the meeting ., BUILDINGBids of a coiWpctiU've! examination to fury. For the to be
were 12 issues of building have been transferred to.the payrolls Knott state treasurer and treasurer were E. C. De Garmo W. for the position of assistant measure
forced to a vote in the house, 216
and repair permits from the officeof I I of the works, progress admin. ex-officio of Monroe county.I !:'mith P. L. lI &kin and G.t lighthouse keeper"' this. Seventh signatures the petition

Building Inspector Harry Bak. : istration, are to., be, granted 4) vaca $65.a.83less commission of $13.09 I Members of the Key West Wilson all members of the states are being called for the District at a salary, of $1,380--! Quired. Failure on to obtain are that re
er during the week ending August tions. ,'. leaving balance of $641.14. ;' Junior Patrol will have a playground :I road department, who are deeply construction of the Strand Theater 440 a year. I number thus far has
8, as follows: I Some time ago orders were is- Report of C. Sam B. Curry,I I' circus at Bayview Park s I interested in the project. They which is to be rebuilt by the (Applicants must be citizens of j i j vote. prevented a

General repairs at S25 Fleming : sued to the effect that these emI clerk of criminal court, showing Labor Day. I I'I came to Key West after the meeting owner, J:hn Carbonell, work 'to the Uuited States, between the I; Under house rule, if
street. Owner, Mrs. Benjamin: ployes would not be the circus with Mr. Stowers and Mr.\ begin in short time. even a
I granted vaca-{ cases disposed of and continued Final plans for were a ages of 18 and 48 years They must I sufficient number of
Lopez; cost, 1500. ; tion. Yesterday a rescinding or-I during the July term of court I''I laid at a mass meeting of the Trevor and left this morning. Architects have completed the I be in sound physical condition and obtained it will be impolll5iblpto lIignatuyr"are
General repairs at 417 Petronia'street. der was received to the effect was read and ordered filed. patrol held Wednesday in Barview'Park. plans the loan of a portion of the must pass the required physicalexamniation before the
vote middle
Owner Frank Sosin; cost,I I\: that employes may participate I Clerk Sawyer presented his, report I: TERMS GRISET'SDEATH funds has been assured by the federal : and have perfect eomfiel of August.Signer a
$350. {: their vacations. of tax certificates redeemed There will be puppet lions, .1 housing administration, and vision.
General repairs at 219 Simon.!Iin i In arranging the periods it during the month of July showing tigers and leopards. Athletes of I all that is now needed is for the Applications, which are to be I Significant
ton street. Ovner, Sanchez and, stipulated that precaution isl : 1902.84 in bonds and $2- the patrol will exhibit tumblingacts : ACCIDENT bids to be received and be approve filed with the secretary of the There'll be a vote on the bill

Vcliz; cost, $200. I I|i be taken to see that additional I 8B7.73 in cash, making. a total of and there will be other!i ed. board of civil service examiners of: this session, or the people will
Repairs to roof at 1112 Curry's||I personnel will not be required to $4.770.57. features that go to make a success -I As soon as this, and the accompanying the United States lighthouse service -' know why" Representative
Lane. Owner J. R. Russell; cost I fill vacation vacancies. Report of Tax Assessor J. Otto of a playground circus. i|,I 4 details have been approved not later than August 19, can Lemke has declared. Threats to
$250. I Kirchheiner, showing gross incomeof The entire day's program will i iII i FRIEND OF MAN KILLED BY it is said funds will be made, be secured from the1 secretary j carry the issue to the country and
General repairs at 416 White Ii CAMEROVi his office and expenditures for'' be under direction of officers ef I TRAIN GIVES HIS VIEW: available and the project started. now, together with all details and |to war on members of the house
street Owner, J. J. Kirschen- i I Ii read and I who have "knifed" then, are
the month of July, was the patroL explanations of the examination ;
baum; cost, $150. I placed on file. II OF UNTIMELY DEMISE i I heard freely among supporters of
MUSIC PROGRAM necessary. I
General repairs 716 Olivia COURT HEARINdI A communication from the I the measure.

street Owner, A. P. Knowles; i chairman of the state tuberculosis YOUNGSTERS LAND J-r- I Washington politicians, how-

cost, $500. I board was read relative to the establishment -I I .I A.DV P 47Campbell, close FOR TOMORROW STONE LEAVING !! ever, in speculating on the fate

General repairs, Daval street, of Sanatoria in Flor- BIG MUTTONFISH I friend .,f Fifcl) 'GrUet, who was I i of the bill, call attention to what
near Caroline street. Owner, A.I I POLICE CAPTAIN CHARGED (Continued on Pige Four) ,I killeMj Sunday" V train of the TIllS EVENING may prove to be significant The

Lopez; cost, $100. i WITH DRIVING CAR WITH. Florida East Coast 'Railway, is' GIVEN house was told }hat while conijparatively -
General repairs, 1126 Simonton i
I( I I positive his friend's: death was the few signatures of
street. Owner S. Creole Estate; OUT PROPER LICENSE SPECIALSJuicy I Hastings Mama, 12 yean old, result of'an accident'and not pre' U. S. MARINE ii i{ members representing district its

cost $75.General. I I I Indian River Orange, and Murdock Haskins, 10 ,.ear"l l i meditated. Julius F. Stone, Jr.. assistant,to the east have been obtained on
repairs, 1105 Division f dozen ---- ISc were thrilled this morning by r Mr. Campbell called at the of- ., HOSPITAL Harry I* Hopkins, and Mrs. Stone, the, discharge petition many
street Owner Esther Park; coat,I Alberto Camera, captain, of Lettuce ,....: 10e catching one of the largest specimens -I I lice of The Citizen yesterday aft: ... who are.enjoying a {delightful va Democrats and "every Republican
$300. I night police, was arraigned bee I Celery ____ 10 sad 13c of muttonfish ever caught in 1 t, ernoon. He explained that ,Mr.j- cation in Key Wert, expect to leavesthis congressman west of the Mississippi
Repairs to roof at 527 Bahama,:fore Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez i Peaches, 5 for Sc these waters says: those familiar Griset was in the best of humor[f- A program of entertainmentwill afternoon over the East Coast river" has signed

street. Owner J. C. Gardner;;: yesterday on a ,charge of driving!( Grape. Ib ._,.. _. lEe with this species. I I Sunday morning principally be- be given at the Marine Hos- for Jacksonville. Th_, they observe, should provide
cost $20.Repairs. |(I an automobile without the proper) String Bean. ."_u_ toe Hastings had the fish on his line cause he had just been promoted pital tomorrow, afternoon from' They will stop in Jacksonville food for thought for those
to roof at 919 White-::: state license. GeorU M.l..tOe. SOc hoc and was strvgglni to bring in his!,! to a better position. 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock for the benefit for one day and attend to a number .f eastern Republicans who, without
head street .Owner.' J. O. Kirch-,;\ Captain Camera waived pre.i -I. Good Lack Ote* with glass. prize when Murdock went to his I I I In the opinion of Mr. Campbell of the patients. of business and social matters, tudrina closely the crosscurrents

heiner; cost, $300. j'i liminary hearing and was placed ib..._.... I 2hi assistance and through: their efforts -:\: his friend did not realize he was {I Victor Larsen, of the recreation and then proceed to Washington, at work]within their party, look
General repairs at 1116 Division .r f under bond of $50 for his i Tiffs Cash Grocery the fish was captured. It';on the main line-of the road but:I department qf the Key West Administration D. C-, where Mr. Stone will resume forward]: to a harmoniously' conservative .

street Owner, A. S. Caviness;J jance at the September appear-j', 1101 Division St. PI._. 29 weighed 1-4 pounds and was 21{, thought he was on the passing r is arranging the] his dcties with the works national convention in
cost: $100. i criminal court. feet 8 1-2 inches long. J j I track instead. I program. progress administration. 1936. {

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: EARLY BASEBALL ....................... fd American soldier who attained
jEfc &ep tit CUm 1 .I4.I4i
r KEY WEST IN 1 i Today'sAnniversaries rank of lieut..ltaJtt1.l 1. born,
El \ ]
Published Dttily Except Sunday By i nr Westminster, Mass!" Died in<
TUB: crriKErv P. ARTMAN.PCBLSSHINO President: co. IMC. While baseball as we know it is a j DAYS GONE BY j 1 I Washington, May 15 1925.

JOB ALtE*. Aut.M.t ttaahe* Mannfe sport of comparatively recent ,
., From The Cltiiea Building I I aevelop.1 Happening tUVo .)..t 10 Year] Tmp.ratvre.* were recorded: 104 degrees" at' ........................ I' 't8t4-Ssra! Teasdate ,
Corner Uregne ana Ana *tr*.tsOnly ment a in which tossed Take S I poetess!
game a Ago Today As From
Highest _._.._...._...--t 1 Chattanooga and Mchftai02; de-f 1'63-Charles Bulfinch. Boston 1 horn in St. Louis. Died in New
Zia'liy tawiptpcr! C.-t In Key,.. West and Monroe batted with a rude club has been traced I The File Of Th. Citizen Lowest __80 grees at Knosvillc, Meridian( and architect, planner and construe.! 'York Jan. 29. 1933.

Normal Mean ..._.__.____,aY 84 tor of the national capitol from '
Entered at Key \V es t, Florida a. oeond clax mater back to the 14th century in, Europe. The I landmark: Little Rock; 100( degrees! 'at Atlanta 1i i
Another _... .
-, FIFTY..IXTH THAR famous Mean L 84 .181'1 to 1830 born in Boston. Died ; If physicians only knew how to
I 'Memory of .10. A..oclat.tl rr.- present American game was probably an 1 changed: hands this week when I I Rainfall Charlotte. Dalla!, Dodge i, there April 4, 1844. ji 1r j 14 eliminate the common cold, pneumonia -
Th. Araortated Pre. I. excloilrely entitled to a.. the residence property at Whitehead -j I Yesterday's Precipitation .01 Ins City and Rapid! City 98 degrees at ''I would almost disappear.
for republication of all new dispatch credited to outgrowth of that of "town ball played in! and Caroline Normal' .. i
streets Precipitation .14 Ins.pvdHiiC
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also was New Orleans. Columbia Sooth I 1779-Benjamin Silliman. Yale'scientist : sags I a Xew YorL! doctor.
the local new. published bere. New England from about 1830, in which sold by William CurryVSons' com- 5-hi..vrr.rd< !ft .VI r.'rr..rk thin Z4-.r m.rmltnc.Tomorrow' petMd. Carolina and HtJ'rO'h'i'' ; 96 degreesat ', among: the first Amen
I the runs were made around posts set in pany to C. Aubrey tficklas, of AlmanacSun Mobile, Cairo St. Louis, and [can scientists to attain world-re-: Subscribe: to The Citizen.
'NATIONAL) ratiJlRlAl: ,the ground instead of bases. New York. This property is knownas ] rises ,......". 5; :58 a. m.1 j sown, born at TruraboH, Gonn. 1 1I ,
? ASSOCIATION I the Baker home as it was one Sun sets ...-._..__,...... 7:07 p. m.'\UllirtoVip' 94 .
C54Lastned. 193.5.me The first code 'of baseball rules was time owned' by Captain Baker Moon rises ... 2:57 p. m. and SsVftffliah' !11864. THE SEMINOLE

formulated the Knickerbocker club of one of Key West's earliest !etI .. Preciitatiur occurred '
ICSICRIPfON RATES by i Moon sets .. __- --12:41 a. m.i ; J; !
. Year _...... ..,.... s.. 11.... tiers. For I '
-- many yearrfthe place .
Sis 4ontha itt ,New York in 1845, the first match game Tomorrow's Tide. j the last 24 hours in,the middle and 1799-Nathaniel B. Palmer

'One'Three Month Months g.ll. was played the following year and the I was Sore.occupied by the 'Crain Bnokl I A.M. P.M. touth Atlantic states, Ohio, Valley i noted sea captain of the dipper1 !' ...
1 .
Weekly s1AIIVERTICINti 1'' : High ........,......_. 4:0:; I and in the Dakota; elsewhere! the, ship era.& Arctic -explorer.J bm at'! ..#.. -'Xn .
first series of ,
lUTES gate money games took placeat [Low ..,...._.........,.11:5R aeaV.er'A"" Stoninglon' C ft11. Died- in San j': C:' '""
" Made known on application. Hoboken in 1858. The development of I Samuel Collins engineer at I 1 Barometer 8 a. m. t.day: I" fair. Francisco June 21, 1877. ;lstf F'jI 1I'1ioii\l;; \ i.jl..i
SPECIAL NOTICE Number 1 fire station is in receiptof ,j An incipient -disturbance is ever : !
i l J::
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of the game was checked by the Civil War l i i Sea level 29.93.WEATHER h ;.
a telegram from Tampa a l- !, and another is' tat
respect obituary notices, etc, will b. chaired for at northern Georgia !' t812- John Rodgers noted navlil -
the rate of IS cents a line 'from but was revived in 1865, when a conven- rising of serious' injuries sufferedby I FORECAST ;: central in South Dakota while,'I 'eornma'l1dE"l'.110 served the i' ,.
a Notice revenue for is to entertainments be derived ar.by i churches cents a line.Ts tion was held at which representatives of his brother Frank in Tampa, : pressure! is relatively high in New.' navy from 1834 to 1882, born in ,
CltlzcA is an open fonim and Invites' dlscas'- when struck by an automobile.' (Till 8 ( 1 Hartford Co.. Md. Died in
rlon of pnblfc Issues and subject of local or general- I 30 clubs were present.A His right leg was broken and ho l'i 1 p. m., Friday) England and the Canadian Maritime .''! ......... In... Fistid.CHtS. .
West 'tngton 5 1882.
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications 111. Key and Vicinity: Partly D. c., May R. (.R"I':8. ManagerA
Rockford team employed received a number 'of contusions cloudy tonight and Friday posY -1 Provinces: walh-I human 1oMft.-II1 tn.tltutlonwb
and injuries Taken to the Cordon GOLDSMITH\ t will rind twdlsl ...
regularly M.
salaried players but the Cin- S. +re you year
: 1819 Charles A. Dana, .. .
; e.mf.rt and .....r...._ a matter -
We are all lined up at the red light cinnati Red Stockings, organized in 18C8 Kellar hosnilal! his injuries were, r phi Temporarily in Charge& .I I i editor of the N. Y. Sun, $n'E'ati of great ImportalH'e.
pronounced + t
not dangerous. :Mr. ,
waiting for the signal "Go. ,is considered the first professional club. It Collins is a former resident: of l t 1 .............o*........., i journalist! :and public 1'ftV&nt. born I -
A .eM rlr.Vr..rhwtldiag l.e.e.4Ia
a at Hiirdale X. H. Died Oct. 17.
made a tour in 1869 winning G9 games Key West lait has beem makinghis Today In History,,1 1897. ..b. fcvart .r tae city

When they soak the rich the average ''without meeting a single defeat. In 1870It home i in Tampa for some time. \ ) -1 1II ........................ t K..rr Room -with Combination Tub
newspaper man 'need not fear. won 29 straight being defeatedfA 1839-Nelaon A, Miles the not-I and Shower Bath Radio ticrtrtoVirtnfc
games, 1
The Grand Benevolent Exalted 1588-Five-day: battle in Eng, { ( bin Slat Poor for summer'
the 30th by the Atlantics of Brooklyn. Ruler of Benevolent and protective r I atJ lih: Channel when English de,: .,''JIIM..1'nnH'Vrntllatlon. Comfortable Spring IVpda Con with
Gals who are easiest on the eyes are Gamblers having gotten control of Order: of Elks! : of the United trnjed Spanish Armada. ; BENJAMIN LOPEZ slrnrtlon and Individual Read
States is to pay a visit to Key11'ed. Cat Lasses
sometimes hardest on the pocketbook.The i FUNERAL HOME RATF.S
the game a convention was held in Louis- He' is William Hawley At- I !
i 1797-Flrilt issue of the N. Y,. we.'II.'
ville in 1876, at which strict rules to overcome well and will arrive Monday night Partly Cloudy Thunderihower i Medical Serving Key West t 't'* R__.. Private nafhMl _. gall

xruscuta ,umbellataTgotrlta' name ; 'bribery, betting by players and other on 'the Steamship i Henry R. Mallory sibly local thundershowers Friday; !' : American Repository medical, a quartH'1y'firt journal 1 ,1, 24 HOOT Half AsBbnUnc Ccatnry Sorrlc i-e. R Boom_ma.. PI1'Yd.Priva4' Haffc Iloh210, a...

1L the papers and then did a Brodie intp from New York. The same gentle variable winds i la-ted till 1824. .... 24 Room. PrlTatv Hath U
abuses were adopted and the National evening he will be entertained by j i u- i EmoolnerPho I !. Sample Room*. Private llwTfc 4SLIGHT ...
Florida cloudy, po-sibly .
oblivion. : : Partly .. 135 Night 696i i4l i INTRKASK: FOR UOLBL:
; "
l., ." ,League-was formed. There are now more the local organization. Mr. flaw- local thundershowers Friday and i 1803-First Scottish immigrant I M'CCPAN4T

t:' than'20 professional leagues of which the ley is the federal judge of the in extreme north portion tonight. i arrived at Prince Edward Island,1 .....,
Happy the country "where law\is-ob- ','National and the ,American (originally northern district of TeXas.: j jI I' Jacksonville to Florida Strait* i j+ Canada. I ------ -
-- I I land Gulf Gentle variable __
lheesuch : i
served! rather than enforced. But.is the formed Ban Johnson in For several weeks
Western by carpentersand winds mostly southerly; weatherpartly ;j 1908-Wi'bur Wright made hi
a country? 1893)) are the two "big leagues." other artisans have been overcast tonight and Friday [ firrt European flight at Le Man!' I
The most significant event in making repairs to the home 'of E.' with scattered showers. I Fla America had not prove We will be pleased to have you consult us about
recent -
H, Gato the of
jr., at corner
; enthusiastic aviation.
The Tampa Tribune is neutral In the too over
baseball the is how you can
history was appointment'Of Duval and South streets!; and WEATHER CONDITIONS
mayoralty' contest. It nominates the unassuming Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis as expected that within the next few I 1913-France increased he r
and 'efficient John Doe for days the work win be completed.':' The heat continued
ever "baseball czar" in 1920. wave yes-! peace strength army to 670.000'"
Renovation 1s being done by Johnson -' terday but during the night: was, h's jest a year before World Wa r
mayor. Build
': and Dongo.: who are also broken by showers and thunder- ; Iroke out. Buy, or
MOTHERS, WATCH THE DIET constructing a bungalow on storms in scattered localities but I __
Key West will be a favored spot for II I I Southard street 'for Mrs. Frank yesterday the following 'maxima: !, 1925-30,000 KI. Klux Klan Refinance Your Homeor
Papy. The home i is a gift from ners. in white sheets parade<
the tourist within few when airplanes '
a years The housewives and particularly the her son, Bernie Papy. Company of Orlando for taking through Washington D. C. t
will become tnore general. Then mothers, of Key 'West probably do not over of the bond issue i !" off 225-:. --

the Visitors will literally fly here. -Although no definite informa- 000 authorized at the June session I .
realize the important function they exercise modernize of
in : KEY WESTCOLONIAL repair-or any type
tion has been received Key of the Florida Legislature,,
in planning and controlling the food West it is understood that air according to information received'I HOTELIn building on i insured creditThe
The larger newspapers of the worldare of those who depend upon them. Diet is mail service; is to be inaugurated by Clerk Wallace Pinder.J. ,

sending their correspondents to Addis no fad and it.is high time that its importance between Key West and ''C1>'ba. According the Center 'of the Business
Ababa the capital of Ethiopia. Let's to present plans it is Kirk Watkins announces in: and Theater District
be recognizedeverywhere.. paid all metal planes will be used! this issue! of The Citizen for the I : First National Bank of Key West
hope it turns out to be a wild, goose chase. Mothers and fathers should be very to transport mail and passengers' office of police judge: Mrs Wat-- Fint CiaiiFhoproof

between this city and Havana *tan kins is a young attorney associated ,
their .
,careful to provide proper food for 5easibl. Ral
approximate cost of $2,000! with J. F. Busto and ha.9 I Approved Mortgage Under the
Advertising by the small town merchant I
whose condition should ,
children physical
daily.J. been practicing his profession i ir COFFEE SHOP NOW, OPEI
is ,too often considered 'a 'donation, Ise accurately' checked to discover' any Key- West for about one year. I

when In reality it is one 'of the most important weakness. Long life seems to be the aim F. Sinnott today makes formal -----, Garage CUvntor f FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
announcement as a candidatefor Editorial comment: When you Price
if not the most Popular
important single
of most people and it is interesting to 'observe the offices\ of mayor, Vhich' pay your rent you help the land ....

factor in his business. that recent' experiments indicate a will be found in another column lord out but if yon don't he may __: ----- ----- --

definite relation between diet and longev. of The C tiEen. Comparatively anew help you "out". -- -- .
The Only hope for unemployment h comer hi Key West! M'r. Sin- ,IIIIIIII'.I'#:
ity. nott has been an active citizen in Miss Andrea Marrero and An ..Se......*.................*.........*.................. ..............
business recovery. On that we are all to has tonio both of Havana, .
While it is practically the community an\ a large Fuentes .

agreed. Obviously business must be encouraged study the dietary schedules of a person for number of friends\iho have nrged Cuba were married here ypster-
to bring that about :and not hampered him to ""make the tace. day bv Justice 0-: The Peace Rgelid a t
"an entire life the thing has:; been done
Gomez, at the home of E.Renedo. AUGUST SPECIALS
by adverse legislation. A debtor in with rats. Allowing for the fact that rats I A tentative arrangement has! Margaret street.!; : The I

jail does the creditor no good. live about one-thirtieth as long as men it been reached between the city of young couple are members of' prominent -
II Key Weft'and the Wright Warlow families in Cuba.
is reasonable to presume that a nutritional
New York and Miami are hot after -.- -- --- I
principle established by experimentationmay
th.e} criminals. Gotham is cleaning its with a degree of probability, applyto I LawnMowers _GARDEN HOSE I
Aegean stables of crooks and gangsters '
men and other species as well.

while the Magic City is putting the skids In a recent study rats were divided into !\ :
under 'crooked office holders. The way 25 ft length
two 1'f which received an
groups one MORE "COLD"WITH :
of the transgressor is easy at first, but $Bearing 0
adequate diet of wheat, and milk while
eventually the going is rough.
$1 L40
the other group was given a higher proportion $8.50. :

of milk. This second group lived i : I
Key West is an integral part of the I

Ujiited States and has the right to ask the on the average 10 per cent longer, whichIs :40% LESS CURRENT : .. _-'. *- ?? t4., .:a i -*' .a :
gain of some significance and possibleof : ) I I
government for funds to complete its road a f eavy GalvanizedSPRINKLING Lawn
betterment by a more improved ration. .
connection with the mainland. Also '
every 0.1
The point ought to be obvious to : '
automobile owfcer fn this country is within 'Sprinklers
life for their chil- = ffv ; ,
wishing long
his rights to request the administration for parents : I 1 CANS .
dren. Not only does food play large partin :1M
better facilities to reach the island city in '
quicker time and with comfort. the proper physical development of the j 1 I 8Jt7ScBAMBOO( $1.35 i

child but, it seems, it will also gi\fe to the i

Although Miami does insist it can and body the 'necessary strength to add years I Ii r AND

will' feed its hungry, the St. Petersburg i to existence which is surely worthwhile. Lawn

Independent may be pardoned for this impression -A Iq I STEEL RAKES30c -,

: "Miami the city of extremes. Furniture

One day Miami is boasting about her I : 1'1j j

wealth and her new buildings; the next (Delray Beach News) : I Chain, R.dccn :

day releasing the news that she is unableto Tropical Park, a horse racing plant in Miami I -
# Benches & Tables I
feed the hungry there. Earlier this has for its attorney S. P. Robineau. oho "Is a : up :! :

week ,Miami told the world she would taeiriber the Florida Legislature and was leader 'S 1i-E l MOHnOI $13789 I : I :

spend 1167,000 on advertising; today she of the Administration Torres in the HeSsioli of TOP MODELS, i : :

announces that the issuance of scrip ..lay 1935. ... AS tOW AS i : (Cash m on wir MONEY SAVING SALt on CAREY'S TS-fc STANDARD J

be necessary to pay off city employes. It would 'be interesting to know how many IS: SLATE SURFACED ROOFING regular $2.75 Roll!, Special- :

Miami Daily News.Governof of the legislators and senators! in 'the 'Florida I GENERAL Ip ELECTRICALLSTEEL

Legislature are on the payrolls of -private corporations REFRIGERATORS :i $2.25 Ron ]i ii

Lehman of New York and I which 'swlc la.ars.1 'the hands off the \

other government officials generally people. How many of them are on the payrolls of Now'you(can hire bigger savings than ever witha i i

characterized: the 'acquittal of "Dutch" race trafks! liquor concerns-and big corporations? new General Electric Refrigerator. New General M *" ** !?

Schultz the New York beer "baron.for Income How can an attorney-honestly senreYboth=t the interestS Electric"Refrigerators use 4O%Jess current and have -.
double the cold producing capacity of 1930 models.' :
tax evasion as & "'gro8.miscarriage of his client and thOWof the voters he

of justice." One of the furors, evidently represents in the Legislature, when the interestsof .feature AH-t cI.cabinets"Agdnt"with sealed all modern in*steel coarenience mechanismthat !t South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i

disregarding the evidence, voted his pre the two are antagonistic to each other? requires no attention-not even oiling. .
3 Yean Performance Protection for only $1 m
judice by saying "We ,just didn't like the A law requiring every member of Congressand !' year oa Monitor Top. Flat op and Lihop'models. I : pace S9S White and Eliza Streets i

'attack on George )Moore a defense attorney 'the legislature to report every month 'm I -

."** Judge Bryant told the jury their itemized 'accotfnt of ''his income from, 'all sources r'' i **Ytia- terse wwlJjy of the l

deci ior. was a blow to law enforcement. would prove embarrassing to many a "public ser- THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY .. est"C

It might also be added that it was a 'slap I vant" and would be a matter of great enlightenment ,1 f........._._.a.:..'..:.._.' ................................................:

at the American jury system, ,andsurprise, to his eon..rti uenta. '. '. 7"'IIIII"PAGE

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I SPORTS) I........................ I II I ALGIERS, Aug. 8.-Carving*

l DETROIT TBOMBER WINS BY ( JOVE:) ORTEGA CHINA/ CAMPO AR.I And at times we have a darn !f ami paintings on rock representing

I This Sunday afternoon, beginning good notion to favor Huey 'i three civilization were discovered -
at 3 o'clock, the baseball! I I At any rate he's not half a! I recently in the Beggar mountains

FIRST ROUND team of the National Guards will VISIT PARENTS: I i off as prosperity.In in the Sahara desert by
play the Pirate! at the Navy I
... ... Field. .I French Alpntts.:
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I I ever so many instances the: These! primitive
i works
I of arts!
I I (apeeial t. T.* ntlxrv) Joe Casa and Cyril Griffin will Visiting' here with his parents, fellow who frequently losing! his :are similar to those found by Pro-
KEY DROPS I be the the locals. I
WEST ( CARDINALS WIN CASTILLO WILL I CHICAGO Aug. 8.Joe Louis, has not battery been announced for as yet'ItI':'.Mr. and Mrs. Louis Campo is Ortega -:1.I head can make r.-no other use of it. i iI ,I'! ffesFon Gantier and Re>ga.e in

I triumphed over King Levinsky in who will pitch and catch for the': "China" Campo amateur Maybe it would help some. Mr. I another part of the region and ar'<
SECOND) CONTEST FROMONCINNATPITTSBURGH [ RESUME PLAY the first round of their scheduled Guards. considered by arch ologist> a--
I boxer of Key West who arrived, Garner, to bite the leg of a Washington ,, strengthening the theory that the
i 10-round last night winning a I II Ii
( go 't'l'tf'rday0ve1' the F. E. C. He,I newspaper man. [Touareg tribe are descendant ol
Thf BASEBALL GAME expects to stay here for the sea i ;i the Garante a people mentionedby
PIRATES BLAN We can see no particular reason
went two minutes and twenty-one i the Greet historian. Herodotus
--- ,| I seconds. The short battle was C I: I I for hring-the-wealth or soak
CHICAGO A'GGRECATION son.In I i i The expedition) !scaled fire of the
:I! THIS AFTERNOON the rich. All that could be
AGGREGATION LOST 1 I! MANAGER OF TEAM CALLS INJURED witnessed by 40,000 spectators I A. A. U. bouts at the New:Sing principal :-jeaks and brought back

During the brief fighting Le- 'York Athletic Club in that city, done would be to give it to the i 2,000 photogra)l s.

IN.fATT1.E'W l1 "DUNN BUS PLAYER BACK TO vin.tky was knocked down four ---- fighting in the 120 pound claps! I class who didn't have sense enoughto
I times the of I keep it away from the few who
heavy punches
tiiN LAST EVENING ON I TALLAHASSEE CLUB; HON by t (By JOVE) Campo knocked out William Tate:! attained wealth in the first place. i! 111111111.
lures Louis which were landed on the
Speelal to Tae >)> There will be a baseball gameat i
FIELD IN' MIAMI NEW YORK Aog. 8. -The St 1 EYMOON CUT SHORT head and body. I the Navy Field this afternoon. I of Salem-Crp\cent! in 0:55 of the: Gracious knows chat might become TO SUBSCRIBERS
::1 third round. In the finals of his ,
When the referee ended the
; The participants in this content,
to-Cardmals triumphed ovei : of this world if there wasnt
'I the, Cincinnati Reds. 4 to 2. win I one-sided affair Levinsky was fit' will be the Wagner Beer nine and class, however he was defeatedby i the usual; number of pessimists l to I If TO. do act receive year

fllPH1.1! t. Tie rnivno t 'I 1 The Tampa Tribune in its issue ting on the bottom rope of the'j a team from the local -encampment Kid Hogan' in a three rbundbout i i' predict the things that won't happen -'I I paper by 6:15 o'clock in the
nin their sixth consecutive' vie
MIAMI the ring in a neutral corner. Le.vinsky .'I I .It......., call
Aog 8.-Key Wet's! of August '5, earned following I of the National Guards. decision. any way. tcUpbo.e SI
entry in the East Coast D amolHl-j tc.TAn, early assault on Gen.!,i article 'relative to Chelo Castillo, landed only on"e solid punchto Batteries will be: Fenerty and by i;> sad a paper will b. teat to

)tall tournament whicji came Schott.' starting Cincinnati hurler ('who had been resting up in Tampa the head during the entire I, Pamplin for the visitors, and alI Ortega enjoyed\ fighting In the j In New YK lives a banker I I your lao... A complaint boy

through with a sensational 2-1 I who was knocked out of ih
thirteen inning win over Pan-'. box in 'the' second'inning, h '.ped I II who was also recently married in I Peer boys. though he claims: that competitionis i I firmly declares a reporter. Not j 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for too

American 'Toetday fright' lost* 3-1 I Oat city: The game will get under wayat quite stiff. He came out of the I that, maybe, my friend, that maybe j purpose of delivering comI -

.deei'ion! to the fcvorite Dunn Bin I t f'tO carry the Cards'to victory. "Chelo Castillo,youthful Tampa 3:30 o'clock. finals bout in the ,A. A. U. toura-I j just the f it.t time you ever tried I plaint Help n. fir, you 100

II ,The New York Yankees remained .. ment pretty well banged!:! up he loan from banker. t
ten Ian night. I I baseball player who once performed I to procure a a percent service by calinf 51

"Ah Ah" Lnn: who pitched i within four games of the! at second base for several city PLAY IN SANFORD' said. I! if you do not receive Toe Citi-;

such a sensational game in Tuesday's ;II league-leading Detroit Tigers who I league teams here, today is deliberating DIAMONDBALLTILTTOMORROW Possibly it's our close relationto I ....
'contest essayed; to attempt: over whether he is the vic Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I the Stone Age that constantly
doubleheader. the
they split with 1"111.1'1.1'1..5
Vnornd duty for the second straight i a tim of one of Lady Luck's better \ NIGHT weekly. keeps our noses to! the grindstone.!
Boston Red Sox.winning,the *ecnd (By JOVE)
day in,succession, after Clarence smiles frowns.
1 or worse -- ---
Gates was knocked out of the box I I% 6 to 4, after Cropping th Three weeks ago Castillo! wall! Armando Ace\edo received a
telegram yesterday from William
.and pitched well tor the remainder opening game, 6'to*-%.' rent home by the Tallahassee clubin
Cates telling At. *-edo to report it
of the game. *>rt Ms teammate I I I The Cleveland' 'I.diansaad the the Florida-Georgia class "D" (By: JOVE)
: Sanford Sunday to play.
There will be two games in the THESE FOOTPRINTS PROVE
cculd garner only< twoaafe blows league with an ailing ankle and
Chicago White Sox splitd'oubfe- Armando has accepted the offer
'j Social Legane Friday night at Bay-
off the',Busmen pitching staff told to take the remainder of the !;
header the Indians whining tile and will leave bv rail Satur. view Park.
though forcing Pitcher: brown outof season to recover his health. Furthermore !
the box. Tuppen finished the J first 'gama.5.Ux-2 _ind.the Sox,I his physician advised him day for that city. He will play I The opening eontert will witnessthe
r his first game; Sunday. Cave Inn ot-tfit against the
game for the Dl-rmnren.' to''! taking the second contest, "2 to 1,. to keep off the ankle for at least Armando Acevedo is a memberof Bermuda Bakery. In the nightcapthe / / 11 /
Dunn Bush the first
was weeks.
break the' ice, bceting'one in the I I in, a gruelling' pitcher's battle. a month"On Saturday or Castillo led a the Busy Bee diamondball: outfit S. B. Beer ten will tackle the
Upsetting the Chicago 'defense of Key West. William Cates. .
1 I j aggregation.The !:
second timing. 'laMed two
They Tampa .girl to the altar and the '
!1: former local player, has been It' 8
more in the third, but in the with a myriad of bunts while Cy happy couple went to Clearwaterfor first game will start at
and i! Blanton hurled scoreless ball the member of the Sanford Celery o'clock sharp.
fourth Key West came td life i
; their honeymoon.

pushed across their lone tally.1 1'i tube Pittsburgh; Pirates shut eut the Orders Him To Report nine Central since' Florida the beginning League schedule.of the I, ........................1 Goodyear can give you bigger value at as
There was no more scoring after' 6 to 0.
The summaries follow "Yesterday Dutch Hoffman, If Mario Pena would have accepted -' low or lower prices-because Goodyearis
that. : Today's Birthdays
manager of the Tallahassee club
the offer made to him by :
Pitcher Brown ol Dunn Bu got'a NATIONAL LEAGUEAt first telegraphed then telephoned : : ,I the world's largest tire builder. .
Chicago R. II. E. Cates. three of the infielders on ...... ... ... is.s s"
home' run. Machin pilfered the I to Castillo to report immediately. A. Aarpm
,. ___ 6 14 0 I the Sanford team would have been : of "
Pittsburgh Fairfield born
only sack stolen in the game and < Henry That and
1 "The youth, who was hitting later I was proved over nNdmoretimur"Ala
local boys and probably
_.. 0 0 -3 :
"Monk" Kerr lammed out a two- Chicago ; New York. famed raleent&lo
well .300 before his injuryJ
bagger for Key West. 1 1 I Batteries: Blanton and Paddenj" :{ forced over him out of the game- de- Bethel Casa and Griffin would:' born at Fairfield. Conn., 78 years over in Detective Faurot'sfamous
I have been the club.
The loss! to Dmm Bui lhninate ,French Kewalik'and O'Dem. I mured. lie didn't like the idea of on I also. investigation that

Key, West! from the toarnam 'it.; J i breaking up his honeymoon 24 .... ................. I' showed ,the sensational
The team is expected to return to-i I At St Tams R. H. E.; hours after it started. .1 U. S. Senator Patrick! A. Mo I

morrow over the feiry. i Cincinnati _.._*. 2 ll 1 I "Manager Hoffman countered CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN i: Carran of Nevada born at Reno, "G-3" Ail-Weather is giving -

The box scores follow: .I!:, St. Louts _.,_....?........*._ 480|t' with the complaint that he had 59 years ago.Eugene thousands better than '

__ .. .. .. Second Game.... _..., Batteries: Schott Brennan and {tried out 25 youngsters in Cas-

Key WestAB H. PO A.i Erick!'on; HaHahan IIeus!'er and t 11o's place at second base that !: II. (Gene) Buck, noted LONGER NON-SKID J.M..each

Baker Gonzales M _If h_._......., '2 1 0 0 3 1 0 3'i,,TJelancey. j 1 I that none'he of preferred them filled him, his shoes injured; and or ,........................ years song-writer ago.Admiral. torn In. Detroit 50 43* MILEAGEat 24* Mains.

McCarthy. .ri-<..... 3 -0 t 0 I Boston Philadelphia FOUND No Extra Cost
at postponed -|otherwise.
.._ 4 0 to, _
Ingraham, c 1.0-; :
rain. "Manager and player'finally U. s.1
Sterling', Ib __'_ 4 1 8 0 I ( and Mr. and M"S- FOUND-Key case with an assortment Nulton WE'VE GOT THE EVIDENCE -
compromised Va.,
N., retired of Winchester
Kerr sf ..,_.* ____ 3 1,3. ,0' week's of keys. Owner can -actual footprintsof ; ALL
Castillo will one honeymooning -
41 Brooklyn and New York Il trchpduled. get born there, 66 .ears ago.
3b _._ 3 0 1 have to the
Albury ll Tallahassee same by applying i
then thej go to TK
Castro. 2b ....._.__h 3 0 1 01 sheriff's office and paying for "G-3's" on your neigh
Machin rf 2 0 0 0 probably next Sunday. this ad. aug8-3t I Pauline Lord actress, born_ '45 bors' cars- driven on the

Gate, p ._.1 0 0 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE years 'ago.Roy .
Firat Camo FOR RENT same, roads you drive 11,000 BOM
Lunn .2 0 0 2
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At Cleveland R. H. E.1 Drawer
Barton, White president of proof that this great am, Ark,
Totals- 28 222 Chicago _..._.___ 2 9 'G 1- BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Modern the Western Union, born at Met- f

11 Cleveland _._...- .511 0 1-1OVER I GUARDSMEN conveniences and garaees. calf IlL, 52 yeas! ago. tire keeps its grip longer.

Bu- Batteries: Fi cher.Jon..s and Apply Vtldes Bakery.
Dunn AB II. PO A:
1 I I
Martinez ss 3 1 2 3. Sewell; Hndlin and Phillips aug8-1 mo Prof. Ernest O. Lawrence of

Bowers. If 1 0 1 Of j DIAMONDBALL GAME LAST FURNISHED APARTMENT modern the Univ. of California ,already a
Second Game noted physicist, torn at Canton I r I d
Kight rf ..___ a 1 0 '
conveniences, 628 "White or
At Cleveland R. H. E. NIGHT! RESULTED IN
01 S. D., 34
'I years a-o.
Harrell Ib _._ 3 1 9 -_ 281. Gaiti's Barber Shop. aug6
Vickers. at 3 0 1 0: Chicago .v SCORE OF 15-7

Pare d ...._._... 1 O 1 1)1) Cleveland.1 's 0 BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Robert II. Lucas onetime com- the ttrqumentm W.XVI H.Z Pcrdo Mill***
Dean 3b ___ 3 1 '1 2 Battenesi Lee Stewart and I 'Week. mr sioner of internal revenue. Re- MS W rmll Sc.
Hour Day or Repairall Pies Qty Florida
Vegue. e .. :. ._. .. 3 0 9 3 Brenzel; Pnelps, Wyatt! and "Shea.1 (By JOVE) makes and paint them with publican leader born in Jefferson
Croft, 2b __._ 2 0 ,2 2' '- 11 The Busy Bees won from the Nn-EnameL We carry a foil Co., Ky., 47 years ago.Today's I / \

Brown, p ..-_ 2 '1 0 .31 First Gain R. Yl. IS.' National Guard ten last night aft supply of parts. Agent for the .........................
Adama If __...____ 1 0 e At Boston! Bayvew: Park by the !score of IB Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.I

Owen rl ....._..._. 1 0 '1 flTu'ppell ) New York __...___ 5 12 2 to 7. And sell them as low as 55-00 Horoscope Look at these 11ere'.areal'bu* '

p ..-..........- 10 0 '0 I J Boston _'_"._ 691 The. -contest was a good work down and $1.00 per week. We ........................ prices on fresh -GOODYEAR- $ O ..

Batteries: Broaca and Jorgensj: out for the.B.ken. Buy and Sell all makes of used $525; new genuine manufactured
14'Grove and Ferrell. Fortunate is .the -chi'd born on I ;;:;;
Totals- 2'1 b 27 t 276. R.
toot VO '- The "marching men" scored Bicycles. Phone J. this day if not held back by ad-i GOODYEARbnUtPathfinders aDd guaranteed a. .

'*.x-7'uprvnrut. left base:* '\6eeo'J: Came." -:' two runs in the first Inning and Stowers company,. 515 Dnval verse minor aspects. The degree!J Spud"ay..t tout .a.ey

eoon. ,_ *. ***, At Boston! 'r 'P.'n Ei d.f4. {wo:more!_:tn the-fourth in- street jly9 indicates, a'person of very.scpenor + WITH A world famous rockbottomprices. WITH A LteasrOl: ,1ed.

Score by innings: iw.j New 'Ydrk ._ _.Jl.u1' 10 1 ning without a hit. Ability; who &eneraly! specializesin UBERALTRADEIN 1nt.11De.ecGllOm7. Genuine ..LIBERALTRADEIN
Key! West' .... 000 100 000-1: .
Boston .._. 9 ;2 The Bakers scored nine runs in WANTED his work and attains eminence. tire. Every Inch Goodyear qualitythroughout"
Dunn Bus _..... W12 000 flOx--3 -- --i-*(*/
Batteries: Gomez aptt! i'Jickey, ; the second Inning and six in the .I Born in the higher spheres of life ALLOWANCE Goodyear. from 'm>r ALLOWANCE
Sommary: Error Croft runs;: I RAGS WANTED-Iuttt be
; last three frames.At OLD +
W. Ferrell and R. Terrell. II the native will attain :fame and bead to tread Hf robbercenter +
Kerr flarrell. Croft, Brown; two- "l. bat, Christie hit two safely clean. Will pay from 5c to lOe +
I \veath; in less advantageous! circumstances center traction tractionSopertwist -
hare: 'liits: Kerr, !Tean.) : Sterling'; The Citizen Office <4.4021Sg.05 4.40-21
Philadelphia et Washington i j in three tries for the visitorsf per pound. there is still good fortune '- .aTety-Su per- In
home *im: Brown; stolen base: f and for 'the locals A. Acevedo hit aug8-tf
rain. wealth and fame. twtstbtowoutprotection '
postponed 20
Machm; struck out: by Lunn 4, by three safeties Griffin and Bethel ev.17147.Alaver$5

Brown 4. ''by Tnppen =3; bases on : two each.In WANTED chance to bid on :>OTICELlfjonr -tonjh : tlJM .HOT
Louis and Detroit. not rubber. .
St. new
balls off Gates 1.off Lunn 2,off: c. w.
: the field Nodlne: Christie andFerenty your next printing order. The Mr
scheduled. licenses win be due and ContractorUttte
Brown 7, off Toppen; hit: 'oft played well for the Guards Altaian Press. aug7 parable October I. U35. All interested 4.50-21 4.50-21 iUcfc,Ark.
Gate 3 in 2 1-3 innings,off Brown:i ,
persons are requested to
2 in 7 1-3 'irmhigs. off Tuppen TODAY'S GAMES and Robert Bethel and A. Ace- call at my office to obtatn appllca- P C .
vedo for the locals.! \ PIANO TUNING lion blanks and any .f..rmalloft $6.65 cAS Ii Ri ES : $5.70
in 1 :2-3 innings off Lutm 2 that be required
G 2-3 innings parsed balls: Ingraham
; PIANO TUNER Laureano Io.
Chicago at Detroit. i Guards 200 200 201- 753 aogS-lt Tax Collector.RUSSELL'S1. 4.75-19 4.75.19
1, VVgne 1: sacrifice: Castro sale
Excellent for
Bees __ 090 002 13x-15 13 V reno.
wild pitch: .Brown 1; --umpire Cleveland at St. Louis. I lOiS Division atreet.j1y251mOI. GUARANTEEIn'
j Batteries Ballantine and Pamplin cheap. $
Washington at Boston. .05
Frederick and Las'litl'l'' ; time of 5Th! &
game.: 1:30. t: Philadelphia New York. ; Tynes Ward and C. Griffin, writing against road Injuries

M. Acevedo. ROOMS .nd defects with every Goodyear tire.DON'T .
Tint Cram Pittsburgh at AB H. PO A. E. LEAGUE "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled .
Key We*- R. New York -at rhiladelphia. ; hl
in and location:
'Govmalez. 7ft 0 2 8 I 0 '0' scheduled.P. price .by trick dwcoimls: from pa..edR
Only Barnes 4th: BE FOOLED
Baker ss .... S 7 1 b) 1) 0 Tunning water 128 N. E.
&,ts. BUY NO TIRES until
jly26-lmoxl! I
.It"Carthy.. 'd 5 0 1 0 0 0Ingraham 3b 3 0 1 0 2 0 LEAGUE I street Miami. Fla. I II IIn
Murray, C y" 1M haw MUCH MORE QUALm Goodyear jives FOR THE
c .. 5 0 I .s 0 11 1 Ncrris p u_ 4 0 0 3 1 1 Club W. L. Pet. SALS t I i GAItoSTORE

Sterling. Ib .. C 0 0 15 0 0 ,Coode, rf '2 O-OlOO Detroit -,.._ 62 37 .626 FOR SAME MONEY-OR ussr

Kerr, se __ -3 0 1 1 1 0 I,I New York _._ 56 39 .589 i

Albury 3b _._.. 21 1 1 4 9 0 Totals 42 1 6x34: 10 4 Chicago ..' _._,_-'.- 52 43 .57 OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Tiro ASIOW

Castro, 2b .... .3 0 0 .2. 3 0 i x--G mzalet ford Castro 'out,, Boston: "'_..._ 52 48 .520 bundles for Sc. The Citizen ctI6i Of-! fJy :Baseball Returns I 80c

Bervaldi. if .. '3 0 0 '0 '0 0 leaving bare too toon. Cleveland .. .w. 48 49 .495 fice. !
Lunn p __ 4 '0 '1 '1 2 0 r Score *>y Innitirs: 'R. Philadelphia .-_.-. 40 51 .440 I .By Wire i IS

Macbin rr h'_ 1 '0 '0 0 6 0 : Key West. O01 OOO() OOO OO1-2 Washington ...__ 43 57 .430 PRINTING-Quality' Printing atthe A WEEK

I Pan-Amencar St. Louis ... .-._ S3 62 .347 Lowest ITices. The An- 0 r

Totals41 2 8 86 10 1 00 000 001 000- 1 'man Press. ug7 COME IN AND GET THE

j subject to outage without notice State sales tax additional
.am.AmAB Rj H. PO A. E. I sales McCarthy hen Steinhaus- Club- W. I.. Pet. sheeta 75c The Artman Press\ ]) r .
M. Murray. fi) 0 1 3 8 Si) er; sacrifice: Murray; double! New York _, '65 34 .657 *ng7 I LEAGUES

Nichols *f ___I 5 0 1 1 'f 0) 01 J+ipJays: Albtfry Sterling, Kerr to 1 Chicago m_.M <5 41 .613 I COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

Theibcrt. Ib .. 5 1 1 9 1 ] Albury;; struck out: by Lunn 4,'by St. Louia -.:..--,_ <1 39 .61T) PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed -0-- .

M'C,innncJ!!'t'f 5) 0 0 '2 <0 '0 j Mjrris>> 9;"hit Iry pitcher: l>y Xunn Pittsburgh ____ 56 48 .538 cards, $1.25. The Artman CIGARS, CIGARETTES, III CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.

Steinhauser.1IS % 0 1 2 1 1Iluwell ,*3. by Norris 4; uM pitchesi Lunn 1t Brooklyn _,,_ 45, :66 .446 Preaa. sag? SOFT DRINKS.

)). rf .... 1 O 0 0 0 1 2. Norris 2; j lashed balls: iRgra- Cincinnati _._._._.r.- '5 :!'S* ...4$1l'hilall'lptala I ETC. Colonial Hotel Bldg. on Fleming StreetTHURSDAY.AUGUST

I.... c _.._...._. 4 'ot) 1011 ham. Lee;timcii: cs:Fredericks nad :....: U 56 .40 SECOND 'SHEETS-BOO for -SOc. .

Horton, If '8 '0) 4 3 0 '0') Lasteter; tiaae of gtrae; 2W.. BO&toa -.,._-_:.. t;;:36 ,':75 257 The-.c Artman.Tress, aug'l' -- '- -

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aFIfO".t Rn sad lAme Laurie had never teen her lookingmore -----------_-.-.-.-.-..--.-.-.-.-.-.--.-..--..-
'Jf..r. K.r_ r..te.dbs I. *. mar ---------- -..-.--..-.-.-.-.-.--..-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- A. E. loacKrille..formerI7 chief
,w4"". .. that R. Upkt Hold Ma( lovely. Kidtameat and aer-, FROMTORTUGAS B> ANN PAGB
&a.rte'. I clerk of the Key West Administration .
iwU" employer MarkLp.r. eons elation'wen In every line of JrmiorQab'a Dance Family Reunion
.. Bet sow. Res ku. rat,,",." left
i yesterday afternoon for arc the utttaadlnc fruit Steamship Cuba of the P. and
her face and of her alim body. ; ORANGES
grow a daring fioM (
eon 4/Hca
Was Grand Success In West w"k. Ui. them for
m4 aU..edd.aip wok mike.tkat ; Key Opa-Locka to take up a course at :
Sex Moor was out. and Laurie juice for reeling lI.nne.,salads and O. S. S. company: sailed yesterday
ealtg*I* IJkat rowa nNtkn 1A..tkn.cam bring r*. *rfiJU...- eagerly questioned her mister about, MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATION the U. S. Naval Air School. I IJosl'ph de.i rt>. afternoon for Havana with 157
NJ ta ttt tkf truth, sad that Resknow. her day.- One of the largest and hap* Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Eagan and Bananas, peaches. plume pears
Albert to At too with REPORT HAVING HAU MOST Peacon yestC'rda7'' melon and ,repel are alto ,1entituIIIDd first class: passengers 14 second
Lseria had had a nice piest groups of lovers of delight* little daughter Nancy left .
LsuM.1. giving a laackeos Tee Gladys very Lloyd soho very moderate in pnc* Grassing tons of
,r.rf".. time. But rather quiet. She wan ful entertainment and dancing I arrived from Havana to spend a ENJOYABLE OUTING AT afternoon for Pittsburgh where tncrktt.Steeetath pplti .arc the ntw.it of' new apples in class automobiles eight and 84 sacks of eight mail.

tired of claims, and so were her entrancing: music, attended the vacation of one month in Key he will visit relatives and friends i. dell-t.; ], i.i .*.*.. Freighter Ozark of the Clyde-
Chapter 26 friends. They had danced a little to dance and floor show given at West and Miami are guests, GARDEN KEY and afterward go to Buffalo and, with beta y.ll.w and white< Tan.tU. ,

MRS. STEELE TALKS the gramophone after anpper.DM the Habana-MaJrid Club last night while in Key West, of MrEagan's.parents I other'points;: 'pn his vacation. of corn cheap sad lima boa*, reasonably Mallory Lines, is due to arrive in
priced. Cabb.f beefs New-
I tomorrow from
carrots. port evening
,* nobody home Glad' by the Junior 'WoD n's Club: of f:
see you Mr. and ?MVs 'Harvey t- encumber, tomato. eggplant geese I
AS a matter of fact. Laurie was Laurie. asked rather uneasily.'No. Key West Eagan of 1424 White street and 11 "Troop. 5,..Bo ",Scouts of America Leroy Torres, prison guafd at'I pepper lent value.All onion. and e.l.ry offer excel] Jacksonville.Orleans, en route to Miami and

Just right a young woman oat Why should they Laurie, Under the direction of the his brother-in-lawand sister Mr. [whicli" from the county prison" left yesterday) meat are hither partiealselysmoked
ef thousands In the business world rm not a baby! Its time yon wok committee assisted by George and Mrs. Lewis,E. Pierce..of 417 yesterday for Miami to drive back the truck! dams and other pork product. CARD

w suddenly- found faeraelt in the rap old girl Mills'White, a program of entertainment Elizabeth street. week; at Fort, Jefferson on Gar. recently purchased by the boards I appetite BroiUif and and pocketbook trj\6t\ chicken More tempt batter OF THANKSTo

'I know you're not a baby.Laurie was presented which, it I l The coming of Mr. and Mrs.. I den'Key and the troop's sponsorsspeak of county commissioners.! lie is and cheese are bung produced-
resected limelight of a famous hatband answered. She was tired; Indeed was declared by a number of out I j Eagan from Cuba!brings about in highest praise of the accompanied on the trip by John than are being eat... Eggs are not the many who were kind

and took her place quietly and worn out by the exertions of the of. town guests, was one of the l a courtesies Spottswood. quite .. plentiful bat their price i. and considerate to us after the
very happy family'reunion completing many received on the .till moderate. death
of loved T. Frank
with a natural diffidence that was dar physical and mental and her most colorful and delightful ,to as it does-the family cir Three menu at different budget our one.

very,charming.Mrs. temper was rather fraed."But.. be seen anywhere.The I eta, I trip. Professor H. G. Everett who level follow Russell we extend our appreciation. -
Clad yon don't need to pick on mel They are especially grateful t To those who showed their
Steele and Mart Albery sat dance numbers were thoroughly Mr. Eagan is accountant with was some years ago one of the Law Cost Dinner
Ton know rm only silly about yon Superintendent W. W. Demeritt ) sympathy with many beautiful
enjoyed and each item the Cuban I faculty of the Monroe county
on Electric
Chuck Steak with
together In a corner of the Urine Company i in Fried: Onion florals and the of their automobiles
room after luncheon smoking,and as rye always been.1 the program, as announced by Mr.'I| Havana and is taking advantages t for his courtesies in providing educational group and Mrs. Mashed Potato**' 'Col. Slaw use
As a matter of fact.Gladys did not transportation! to and from the Bread sad Batter we will forever be grateful -
White master of Everett left afternoon
had been ceremonies, was his vacation yesterday
drinking their coffee.They period to be with I Vanilla Pudding with Peaches Their actions
neighbors at luncheon and Albery really understand why'Laurie had received with acclaim by the his family. port on the Tender Ivy and to for Hollywood Fla. after a visit'' Tea *r Ceffe* Milk were bright
paid the elegant sophisticated woman been silly about her. During those audience. I I Captain P. L. Cosgrove of the of two days with friends in Key; spots in our time of deep sorrow.
Medium Cost Diaaer aug8-lt THE FAMILY.
dreadful In when she
days Sydney
Ivy and officers and members of
the compliment of devoting his Members of the committee are John Carbonell Wes'I I
waa In the hands of a gang of rough enthusiastic I I the crew for the attentions given, I .Pot Read of Beef PoUtfe
attention almost completely to her. : over results of II
I i Com-.nthCob Sliced Tomatoes Subscribe to Citizen.
men and depraved women. she had Has Tne
Guests and for the lunches
There seemed to be a link between their efforts and declare the affair : enjoyable : Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Lowe and' Orange Kef niterater Cake.
them from the moment they met been hardly conscious of what was to be an unqualified success i' I furnished< by the captain on the son Frank, who were visiting Tear Ceffe Milk
happening to her and after her rescue
Now. Wanda was speaking of the almost mortal Illness and both socially and financially !1 Drexel Baum of Charlotte N. trips.At Mrs.. Lowe's parents Mr. and Mrs.,' Very Special Dinner
'I the fort the officers i ii in
their hostess. They were practically I the weeks In hospital had wiped all C., and. R. P. Morgan of Atlanta. Frank Curry and other relatives. Staffed. Celery
alone Most of the other guests were 'memory from her mind.. Plan Treasure Ga., members of the Paramount[I i i charge did all possible to mate left yesterday afternoon for Cvld] Ham Candied Yams

still in the dining-room where Rex' I -''I say Glad.Laurie went on. Hunt TonightThe Pictures Corporation, are spend their I stay much very amusement pleasant and and provided en Mhtecumbe where Mr. Lowe is: Tomato Pole Beans Salad I rrt

Moore had been reluctantly per- who do yon think was at my lunch ing a vacation in Key West and employed. Kell and Batter
waded to give some account of his Lord: Dile46iiry-he's are guests of John CarbonelL tertainment for them. r ". .} Cup Orance ptk iFERAreturned j

recent experiences In the African I the partytoday beau ot.the-- fciggestwlreless Young People' Department Mir. Baum and Mr. Morgan are Rev. H. J. Saunders. who is nowa State Senator Arthur Gomez (' r
(. member of the personnel at Garden yesterday from a
Jungle., parts manntactfirta the of the Ley Memorial Church will: on their first visit and are hav- left yesterday afternoon for a rr
visit Atlanta.
have a Treasure Hunt tonight. I I ing a wonderful time. They will Key gave a series of talks! on business visit in Miami. 1 to ;
Mrs. Moore is a dear little country. He_was'rf% anxious to
the of the which
history! fort erenot
thing* she said. TTO never meet $ez. and'", Xr j ,,A1Il ?: .brought They will meet at the parsonageat ) remain several days longer before only of deep inlet-eft1 but exceptionally Mrs. :Raleigh .Albuo't who, was I Hire This

heard of anything so romantic as him. And who' ;!do yonthlnk b.e, turns 7:30 and from there they will h returning to their respective' entertaining. Perry Miller, employed with the visiting relatives in the different

that she should hare been workingfor out'to" bej Tjie fairpeoftht, t young hunt for the treasure. headquarters. I All in all the boys had a wonderful state road department on the parts of the state, returned yesterday !- I Army Of

you all this time Mr.Albery.And man, w9meSatF.alGreffDa, .the After they reassemble, there time and returned greatl7benefitted bridge projects left yesterday ford ,accompanied by ,Mr.. Al- i

now she Is your private.secretary! other wee1G e$a. Jor., aUU.on !" will be refreshments, served and Wells Family Have both mnetally an Matecumbe after a short visit bury, who went' to') join his wife "Salesmen"THEY'KE

She must be very clever. *; games played. with his family. and escort: her home. I
House Guests physically" from their vacation.
"Mrs. Moore has an excellent bow quaint! exclaimed
brain. he replied. "1 feel sure she In, a surprised voice. Church Circle I Following is the daily program Dr. Fabian Garcia who wa r j George Gibbs. owner of the THE ADVERTISING
at Camp Demeritt Fort Jefferson I
would succeed in anything she un "And what's the old man like!"- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conlan o f. visiting in Key West a!\.the guest Gibb Shipbuilding Company, of COLUMNS
dertook." -Oh.,awfully Interesting." Laurie Holds MeetingThe J Whitestone. Long Island, New!* Dry Tortugas: : of E. H. Gate and family. left Jacksonville is in Key West i in l'
6:00 A. M. Rise 6:15.
{ -
But be did not seem anxious to told her. In her enthusiastic way I I York, are visitors in Key West]I ; terday.for his home in 7es-1 connection with proposed repairs'to -of-
and Calestienics 6:30. Morn-
talk about his hostess which Wanda 'He sat beside me. and the things Woman's Missionary Society and are house guests of Mr. and'I : Wssh; and ferries of the Monroe Count 1 i

Steele did not fail to notice as she he told me that wireless was going of the Ley Memorial Church,!!1l\1rs... John Wells at their home'jinc Swim; 7:15 Up 1\1 no. Eliza Young who was Ferry System. I
l : Male Up Beds 7:30. Breakfast; I
looked at him from under her bea1'Y.lowered to do simply made me gasp. You'dnever had a very interesting meeting, corner of Southard and Margaret'" 8:15. spending. : a few days in Miami with The Key West
Mr. S.
8:00. Inspection of Quarters; and Mrs. W. Ski ted
lids. !It was of Rex Moore think that young man was his this week at which time the ub- !!! streets. her children returned: yesterday.
Tests and Instructions! ; 9:15. Recreation and Mrs. Raymond Bethel
be wanted to talk to the woman who shad on." ject for ,discuRsion was "Workers i;:;: This is Mir. Conlan's fourth vi"itl" Noon. were Citizen
and Games 12:00 arrivals in
; Key West last evening
rescued him from death."I Why not? What's the matter ,in Rural Villages of Korea." :]j: to Key West and he is enjoying' Sebastian: Don o. who was in
Dinner. over the highway coming here to,
am more than interested to with his son! I thought he was' awfully After the meeting the members i fishing in these" waters and hei 12:30 P. M.. P.est Period1:30. Miami in connection with structural attepd the marriage of a relative,i<;, They'll take your messageto
meet you." he told her when they nice. proceeded to the beach where i' and Mrs. Conlan express great work in'' Key West by the
Tests and Instructions; 2:30. Rec- Miss Melvie Louise.Nottage. i every home in the city
were introduced. "Moore has told "I didn't. I thought he was ImperUaent they enjoyed the' cool breeze and' delight with their stay in the Island .1 I reation and Games; .a:30, After firm of Cates and Dongo returned .I I and SELL 'EM

me that he owes his life and his eyesight and conceited. I took; quite a boat riding. City. noon Swim; 5:00. Recreation and I yesterday.Mrs. ''i I your waresor

to you." Now be returned to dislike to.him. I never can stand a Sandwiches and ice cream were 1 l Games 6:00 Supper; 6:30. Rest I; MONROE THEATERPaul services.
the subject "One can get so little man with bit ears that stick out served on the ,occasion. the summer session of Tulane Period; 7:30 Campfire Ceremonies Paul Mea and son Paul Muni 'inBLACK ,

out of Moore. Mrs.Steele. He simply from his head Glad. rye met a few :.. University at New Orleans La:,, ; 9:00.: Retire. Jr., who were enjoying a vacation i FURY PHONE 51

hates to talk about himself. But I In business,and there's always something HuddlestonsReturn returned over the Oversea highway In' the party were: Scoutmaster in Miami with relatives returned Margaret Sullavan and Herbert
suppose he bad a very bad time. wrong with them. yesterday.: Ii Marshall in
yesterday J. L. Boza. A!'si"tint ScoutmasterWilbert I The CitizenOLD
"The doctors said It was a miracle Gladys laughed{ merrily. She did HereProfessor j I After completing' their studies, Moehrkc, Fast Scoutmasters II THE GOOD FAIRY'

he lived. Mr. Albery. For a long time not tell her sister that she had been I Professor and Mrs. Iluddleston I Charles II. Ketchum and Ray Curry, formerly with the II IIrecreational Matinees Balcony, lOcj Orchetra. *-

we didn't know ourselves who he spending most of the day reclining and Mrs. Dumont motored through Texas and I I George F. Arc,er. department of the..!I ..... l-20c Nights, II.Zh
really was. But It was his blindness In a punt In a shady backwater of Iluddleston who were attending 1 Mexico. Scouts: Anthony Boza. Ray -

that made him seem as If he bated the river with that same, young man I I II Perez Bob Pittman. Joe Campo.. -- -
the whole world. My husband and I Or that she had.dined with him In a
Felix Yido. Ray Demeritt, Dave
did all we could. But as yon say he roadside house with,a marvellousband I ADJUSTMENT OF
Knowlcs Jack Cormack. Billy
simply can't talk about himself. and the most famous ".icon. i I LIQUOR LICENSE
Spence Charles II. Ketcham. ,
Think of It. be never told as even ing" tenor! In the world. Or that head TAXES ASKED BY i I Sebas-
Jack Carey Bily Burton
that be bad a wife, not when be Brit b Just driven her home and left
AGENT OF LAND I DUE OCTOBER 1l 1 tian Cabrera III. Joe Arencibia.
recovered consciousness, or afterwards her a few yards away from the front EdVm
Jt.ck Solaoo James Moore .
: all the time he was with as door. '
lit'California. "By the way. Glad" Laurie went (Continued from Page One) .i l, Nelson. Hilary Albury, Paul Herrick -
a4 I ida with funds to be Russell Hyman DonovanHerrick.
"He was always a curious chap on. "your boy friend hasn't turned procured possibly Liquor and Beer licenses R re

said Albery. At the time this secrecy up yet-the one who gave you the from the WPA. Clerk Sawyer j)'I due and payable on or beCorepctober E. .McDonald Baocom: L.Carl Grooms Diaz!, Howard Car-

as to his domestic life on clgaret! case: and tbe'lappblr. pint was instructed to advise the chairman !
1, 1935. To get a liquor' tits I Fabat. Herbert Dion: Allan 7h
part did not Impress him You said he was coming ot London of the board that the
com Roberts Meeth/n Evans.
Neil ,
license it is to obtain
particularly. His thoughts were and you were going to ask him to I necessary a
missioners of Monroe Lowe .nd Horace Bright-
county were George
taken permit from the
more op with a discovery he meet lOe.- State Beverage

had made. Mrs. Steele was in love "No. I forgot to tell yon. I had a heartily in accord with the idea.,I j Departmnt at Tallahassee. In or man.Cook Julius! Camu

with Rex Moore. Her husband was note from him a few days ago. B,'. Conrad Van Ilyning. director of der to receive this permit appli :

dead. And. If she could she was gone abroad. Florida ERA, in a communication,! i
cation is made to the Board of Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly.
going to make trouble between the At which Laurie heaved Inward STOVE
an outline of ROUNDUPThe
airman and his wife. sigh of relief. gave an the relief situation l County Commissioners.If .
in the state and advised that I the application meets with the
The next day was Whit Monday.;
the funds for relief inadequate I approval of the board it is then PALACE
BEFORE he left he made another In the morning Rex Moore was were I
sent to the r
Beverage DepartmenUpon
-.dlacOTerJ.: Or. at least, he knew alone In the flat Laurie and Gladys to take care of the situationin I I of t Reb Russell" in \1
for certain a fact that had been open had gone to spend the day with one this state. The board was ask- therdepartment.1 ROUNb-UP
to doubt before. of !: permit is given to : LIGHTNING TRIGGER bringing in old stoves
Lanriea" Meads from the'once
ed to do all possible to assist i t to issue the Tom Mix in "Miracle Rider"and day. Don't
He caught Laurie looking at her t!whohadbeen lately.married 1 every miss this opportunityto
husband from and was A communication from Gover-I i As it will take some time to I
outside the little ,now nstalled In her home. Comedy change YOUR old stove for a moderngas
group that surrounded him. He saw Moore was, going Into the country nor Sholtz called: attention to the II get these,applications passed upon Matinee 5-lOc; Nights 10-lSc I II range. "

something he had never seen before at noon' to make another, secret test Florida National Advertising cam- I by the Board of County Comm'sioners I

In her face.She was unaware of anyone of the nev fuel!, again In a motor and the Beverage Department -
else In the room. Her detente car. Aa they would.not risk Brook. paign, and caked that the county it is requested that i interested I Here are the special Round-up.features: I
do i iU share toward building a I I call the office of the
were down. A moment of emotional lands he was; trying It.:out on Al- up I persons

crisis held her In thrall Her eyes bery's email private.track.. fund for this purpose. tax collector: : where all of the.necessary Richardson's GroceryFRIDAY Trade-in-allowances UR'to,;$15.A ., -

were shining: on her lips' was a little _It wail tea o'clock. Mrs. Budd had Mr. Porter addressed the board blanks can be obtained and AND SATURDAY

trembling smile of Infinite sweetness done her work for the day and gone. relative to the proposed fund to J: information given for filling out brand .
SPECIALSBatter new DeLuxe gas
and pathos. The door bell rang came. range
be raised for
Albery knew once and for aIL Moore shook himself Impatiently. advertising Monroe I \ with every modern feature, built to our

Laurie Moore loved her husband He was surounded with maps and county and the gist of a conversation : ft ___ SHe own specifications especially for the

whether she was nnnappy or no t deep In his plans for the Pacific I he had recently with M. E. I Maxwell House Coffee ft 31c
And. beneath his Impassive mask Eights Gilfond local administrator for ARCHER'S Blis. Coffee ft 25cKafU Round-upt for only $49.50 (and your

aa he bade the airman good-bye bt But he went to the door and found the WPA. It was decided to meet Haag ft 49e old stove).

Jealousy passed the first milestoneon outside the slim young onearmedman with Mr. Gilfond and discuss the : GROCERY I Sugar, 5 Ib.. 271

the road to madness. with the yellow hair and thee matter in detail. Magnolia Milk, can lie Your unrestricted choice of every _

Gladys had not attended th neat moustache and heary-lensed Bills! were read and'ordered paid* 'The Store That Serves Cream, 6 waa 38c and 41e This unusual I and distinctive DeLuxe -

luncheon party. She had gone off spectacles who had called on Laurieto when funds were available.Shivering j You IJwf Tomatoes, can .., Se I other range in stock. Magic Chef gas range is only

quite early. looking like a flower- ask for an Interview about a fortnight Salt 3 pkgs. 10
picture In honey-colored: muslin, ago. GOOD THINGS Jelly, 3-lfe box _.._._ 24- Don't delay. Let us change your old one of many models offered for
j Pears size! _, 20c your selection during the Roundup.stove .
with can
a little crochet woollen coat At the sight of the airman he. -for- I
NOW. to the
Begin today enjoy Standard equipment includes i insulation
like a baby's the very latest summer smiled In a confidential way. t GOOD APPETITESNot Peaches, 2H size son __ 17e
gadget and a drooping hat with "Rex Moore! What lock to and Baked Beam, 6 can _' 28e use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magc-!

peach-colored: velvet ribbons. She you In-! ha said with his strong with Chills only are the Foodstuffs Ovaltine, small. .. 35e I will COOK. YOUR OWN WAY, perfectly Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain

was apending the day she said Australian accent Tm very keen offered by this store noted for Ovaltine large --- 65c and scientifically. Oven Heat Regulator, Magic Chef
I Praue, 2 M ...... 22c
>> can .
with the family of her best girl l to have a little chat with 7011.-. Burning with their goodness ,nd wholesomeness Ivory Flake. 3 pkf. ___ 25c Automatic Top Lighter Three-in-
Fever :
friend in the troupe who lived laStreatbam. (Copyrigkt:. ilia. CoraHt tttnton) [ ; ness for'' 'the extremely PetatoesJ;riO H.. 1 25c One Non-clog Top Burners and

Sore Relief For Malaria! I low prices as welt Roo 5 49e Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
Milk cau.
She came in later than usual and ..Gavin...."* .Drake*.. stain turns' ....cut.err_t.. be.' Don't try homemade treatments 'I' W* W*! ..;.... Rc.po.aibU. .Oai..., 2 Ib>., ,,_____ ..,13cRinca. I t a valve is of safety type. Enameled

-- newfangled remedies I Take that good old or Acc..f.j 3. pkf ..,..r.r...".. 23eSaBlFlun. r throughout. Door and Drawer
Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you j i can J 23e handles and gas valve handles are

FOUR MARRIAGE .f 1.ISSUEE 1.YOUNG HOGEBOOM will be yourself again,for Grove's.Taste- I} All Competition :met ,withLow Ivory Soap 6 ban "_".-,.,?"34c of black bakelite. Special color

less Chill Tonic not,only relieves the 1 1 Prices and, High, Quality. Eddy Starch. 6 for .. ._ 25cLux 1 f t combinations available, on order.
l symptoms of Malaria, but'destroys the j I Flake. 2 pkf*. Ilk 'During the
LICENSES ii j infection itself.: I ONE STOP SERVICE ... Round-up, only
is CONVALESCING!1 The tasteless quinine Grove'Tasteless t 1 Lux Soap, 3 bar 19c
1 Chin Tonic kills :Malarial (infecj j Order All Yo.r Food Needs Life Buoy Soap 3 bars Ilk with y w

w I lion la the blood while the iron it conj j Through U. Palm Olive Soap, 3 ban 14c $69.50 .leI sieve
n tams builds the blood to :
up overcome the
Octagon Soap 5 ban .y; 23c
Four marriage licenses were is- Charles P. Hogeboom, Jr.. son effects of tile disease and fortify against j Dressed Poultry : -
curd during the week' further attack. The twofold effect is absolutely Lars 2 lba. __ 29c The oldest gas range If you have ending
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Hoge Fish
Turtle Fresh 410_. 43c
I Eggs still service rounded
to the
August 8, from the! office of boom, is recovering nicely from a Malaria.accessary Beside being a dependable overcoming remedy of Fruits Vegetables I Siam Rice. 5 Ib*. ...... .-. .. 35c up during the Seventh the many "old timers" FLORIDA. PUBUC

Judge Hugh Gunn, as follows: I. tonsillotomy performed Monday in, for Milan*. Groves Tasteless ChUl I Meats J.Ilo. 3 pkf*< .. 2Oe Annual Old Stove still in service trade it
Ernesto Rivero and JosefinaVawoi .
Tonic is also aa excellent tonic of general : _' 33c
Crab Moat can UTILITIES
; Jose G. Feblea and SarahMargaret a local hospitaL I!* tue. Pteauat to take and absolutely 1harmless. Dairy Product I Round-up will be taken inS! It may be worth a CO.
Gilbert Wilson Jolly I He asked his dad to let his Safe to trvt chfldrta. Get a as full payment for the
; Free
bottle at Now Pboue) 67 Freo Delivery ..* 658-R Delivery. brand new modern "Your Gas
today drag stoic. twosite.SOe
Mlvie Louu-e friends know he be out any J new range on_ which it gas Company"is
and Nottage; Bert I will soon
and The contains 814 Strata
$1. $1 sue "I Flcnimr Street 1e I Eatou and Elizabeth
McClintock and Winona LoUDdra. -' with them, and particularly to times as much as the SOc size and J Ij traded in. range. ROY E. LADE, Manager

_' : ., .1 ._ bays this told in The Citizen. gives you! 25% acre for your money. j



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