The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00088
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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 9, 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: UF00048666:00088
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AftMciaUd Freai Day Win Key West, Florida, has the

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Beet !Interests, Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit




Fifty-Fire Thousand To Fight LARGE NUMBER A eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee GLIMPSE OF MAN'S PARADISE[Roosevelt's Western Jaunt Expected To

In Mimic War When Army Takes YOUNG MEN GO (By A. B. NORTHUP) I

f, _ _ _ _ Hold In Political
: TOCO; CAMPS, .. 1 .,.. .......... Spotlight Activity
i.......!............. ...........I I }

To Field Work At Pine Camp Out inhere Oregon, Washington 1 black speck mats the clean blue ..
and Idaho connect boundaries, overhead. Focusing 'my .glasses I I'' --

,I MORE THAN FOUR SCORE there lies a range of mountains I I discern a huge ..(eagledat'tinF, CURTIS 0I1ssiri '
LEFT LAST EVENING EN- called;, "The Sawtooth Range". toward earth Suddenly I lose him, President's Autumn Swing
I Hard by several peaks tower above find him again and realize I am II CLASSIFIED ADRECOVERS

Most Modern Equipment TWO OFFICERS, II ROUTE TO POINTS IN FLORIDA the surrounding countryside 1 to witness a little tragedy of the I p! SENTENCED TO To Coast And Back To

I which are fittingly named "The i animal world. He !is flapping his' KEYS

To Be At Command Of GUESTS AT CAMP AND ALABAMA Seven Devils". Nestled in the 1 huge wings to gain altitude and I' PRISON Be Watched Closely By

center of these "Devils" are four
Troops In Peacetime Ac- beautiful littles lakes called respectively -'t LEFTYESTERDAYADJUTANT More than four score young: "Tombstone", "Tra-'I :for the little beast. Flying low I all smiles today. The sun.

tivitiesBy men; of Key West left here last verse", "Echo" and "Mirror". !I1 lover a craig of rocks, the eagle I COLORED DEFENDANT TRIED ,lai.. countenance was

night aboard the train for a termin I And now I want you to start released 1: : his prey and swiftly darted I ON CHARGE OF BREAKINGAND brought about>> by a classified By BYRON PRICE

GENERAL VIVIEN Civilian ,Conservation Corps I out with my friends and me on a down after it, for he has deposited advertisement in The Citizen tbirl mt Hurra*. Tae *... CHARLES NORMAN journey. *, I it within a stone's throw ENTERING AND GIVEN yesterday.Mr. Press WanhtBBtMl
tBr AM.vl.<*4 Pre./ COLLINS AND COLONEL J. Camps. We leave Baker Oregon by''of his nest. Almost simultaneously Falk lost II case witha President Roosevelt's projected

PINE CAMP, N. Y. A.f. 9r- JENKINS DEPARTED FOR ST. Although Key West's original I auto and wind over desert and I could see the parent birds tear'II'I TWO YEARS beach of valuable keys. swung to the weft coast sad back
quota had been set at 45 for range country speckled with cat 'the lamb's flesh to !shreds andI He saw the advertisement'' i i. expected
universally to provide
nil Jefferson county region, on AUGUSTINE I I I the five ravenous eaglets! went to the sheriff office
white boys and 30 for colored, I tie. Hers and there we see a jack- young the chief ,
army training area iuee 1908 John T. Rogers manager of the : rabbit loping to a cactus, or a.shared'i' in the feast. Well left in I Curtis Darrow. colored was this morning, received tbokey foes of political inter
!sage hen whirring from one'the' field the .Iamb would finally and came to this officeto c.t during the early fall. That

will be tJ.. scene of mimic war I Adjutant General Vivien ColjlipsFlorida enrollment, allowed an increase I thicket to the. other. Occasionally;''become' chops. But somehow II tins morning,sentenced by JUdgt\1 tell of his happiness over he will talk directly to the farmer .

far this month I the largest National Guard and in the quota at the last minute we spy a Chinese pheasant hurry-I I rather resented the poor little lJ.; Vining Harris, at a : their recovery. and the wetter liberal ittaken
on I I making it possible for 81 white I !j lamb's' tragic ending. I|
Colonel john Jenkins U. S. A., ing to secluded. spot, perhaps .I.1.1.1"1 for granted. He else U
cale the I I intrusion her! The following visited at I: sion of criminal court, to two
ever undertaken.by senior and colored boys who had qualified resenting our upon I I day we .
instructor of infantry regiments I ;i being advised lo show himself to

United States in Urn of peace .of the national guard in i in the physical examination I I duties the of ever the moment watchful not praise forgetting -1{'chat'sheep with camp a bewhiskered and enjoyed old a gent long I+t i t years at hard labor in the state!I i LOCAL GROUP I the public as often a. possib'e
to acquaint commanders-II. l Florida.left over the East Coast I to for camps. I decking into his hole upon sightof there. One finds these campers I! penitentiary at Raiford after along the way, to scotch the

army yesterday afternoon for St. Augus- i The white young men are going our car. We feel scores of little : more interested in the traveler's 1 1i*: whispering campaign about I hi Ukealth.
the science of maneuvering largebodies Iftfe, Fla.i to a new camp just established I eyes watching us and so we I fishing tackle and guns than any-i! pleading guilty to a charge of]f! GOES ,FISHING .

ef men. These officers arrived Wednesday I colored in members Alabama are, going while to the a travel on. I thing in the week old newspaper]I j' breaking and entering with in-] A part of the Democratic
and various '
I The to rolland magazines we had'with
I now begins
**' on the Havana Special l, and point near Tallahassee.Out country i which ''' tent to commit a misdemeanor. 1 s irategy now teems to be to five
A us failed to ( LARGE
"military city, to be pop. I after two hours of up hill and arouse I NUMBER OF SPECI-
:,were"met at the station by Colonel of 83 young men appear-I I I down vale we arrive at the Perry I even a mild case of interest.I'I Darrow is the culprit who was!, Senator Long so many things to
slated "effective- ing at the clinic MENS CAPTURED
by 36,000 ; Mayre R. Woodward, regimental I Lumber Co.. situated at the base I Perhaps the lack of knowledge of' j 1 DURING t worry about in Louisiana nest:

twe a August 17 and August 31. commander. Lieutenant.. Curry physical examination. 81 were ac of the Eagle Mountains. Upon I world happenings keeps them hap l arrested some time ago by Deputy!!' OUTING YESTERDAY year that ke will have no time to
cepted. member of the !pier. Who ,Ray Elwood and asked the )
.. entering town we get more "grub"then can say. deputy
Harris, of Battery "E", aide to the : is assured good healthful i. '! devote to other at.tefor instance .
win equal i. population the county adjutant general, and other off corps food recreation pleasant liying i.: off again on the road by I'I And how we start again toward.)how much it would cost to have, I Arkansas. and Mississippi,
: now just! a wide trail, through: our peaks. For several miles wej'i his head examined
to determinq. Mr. and
Watertowm.By I Mrs. E. L.
largest conditions Roberts :
city, and ?30 per month besides 'I.'I.I ) where
Senators Robinson
hundreds of pines standing Jilve! ,!I travel in switch-back formation !,
cers.The Of the 'I ,j why he could not stop stealing. I II j
By rail, motor and on foot, detachments visiting officers were guestsat monthly salary. $5 j:sentinel on both sides uf the!!often having to dismo.nt of ac- Court officials said today he'': Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Plummer Mr. I I respectively, will be r....
are retained by the corps member l |I I
of army and national the camp during theirstay. (' path. I count of the extremely narrow I II will probably be the } wing for reelection.
while the balance of $25 is i,I given ex-!and In! Joseph Plummer
guard units already are moving sent to his dependents. This i Around the bend we come s I trail We pass a party of Govern-!;amination! by physicians at the,: l\lr.1 At least the usual amount of
across a ranger's cabin. To the ment hunters, then a ,, and Mrs J. P. ?McDermott
ranger or !'i were'guests
penitentiary and it will be
rapidly into the region and the NO CONCERT AT means that the monthly income in I : done : under-surface public is reining
tired traveler it spells pead And several! surveyors. The unanimous j}without 1 1I j
rumble of artillery and drone of Key West has been increased any charges. yesterlay afternoon of Caj>- in politically-minded Indiana. Two
we cannot resist the imp i1!** to opinion of our laborious tour toj i ;Jennie May ,
{I Phillips colored
$2.025 through the enlistment.
wings averhead fill the air. CAMP TONIGHTi The whites were: Amado Her-I, stop awhile and chat-a pleasant, see a few lakes seemed to be was arraigned and on pleading tain and Mrs. A. Saunders on I former Republican senator ,
Twelve State Represented fellow with a broad grin and a "nuts". But we all felt that some guilty to a charge of ''' I James E. Watson and Arthur
Neal Ca
Mojiza, ! the
there will be firm hand-clap: to send us on our how we had experienced ; captain's fine cabin cruiser. i
Simultaneously Froilan John Lazo. Clyde Filer. Borne I I was sentenced to pay a fine oIl| Robinson are being put foroaid;

concentrations at two other points LA MONACA BAND TO PLAY John Martinez, Jr.. Randolph way.Refreshed I subtle joy which they had missed.!!I I $10 and costs or spend 10 days inj I i li Fishing was the object of the I i quite earnestly by their n- "I'C,
which will we start off once We climb trail :!
Mount ,
Pa. one after
Gretna. jail 'I 1!
of Alberto Arnao, Maynard\ I more, soon to come to the "Twin another, while the pines R j;! excursion and that many .f them I tive friends for the presidential
comprise a strategic reserve AT DINNER TO BE GIVEN BY Lowe Esteban Santana Jr.. growj j i 'Wanda Jordan who was arrested -, i
18,000 men, and Fort Devens. Sheldon Atwell Evelio Gnesada I Baby Mines", which now- are nnly' smaller and the "Seven Devils"j j I on the keys by deputies on. were caught was shown on the re-1|J i nomination in llt 6. Whatever
Mastu, regular post .where MAYOR AND MRS. MALONE I great shafts dug deep into the becon us on.Another i that may mean nationally, it forecasts
army of
Jack Roberts, Horace Moreno, i{i a,charge vagrancy and has been, turn of the cruiser which had all!I
a peacetime brigade of 1,600 men! I Ross Whitmarrhv Esteban Fernandez : bowels of the earth. Around half day over giant in county jail for about two'.' I a determinm] straggle for

will I be in training.! -. .f r ..Jr..,Rofreli* Valdez?Julius- : these are tangled masses of old rocks and rigged trails scattered';j' weeks pleaded guilty. he ptom- kinds, incltultfK,:;!grouper, y Ulw.! .|r controlof, Uioe" U rh +aMicuit
According" army information 1 'There win ipe '"no concert this Villareal Anthony Villareal. I machinery once too active bat with small jack pines. I j'I ised to leave the city by tomorrow -' tail, grunts!!, both yelow and white :: organization.;

headquarters in, New York City, evening the National Guard encampment Evelio Garcia Heriry Gato. silenced. now for many a long We are now at a wall of rock.!I I afternoon and the judge!I I breams, runner jack and others! G. O. P. Contributions Up
the maneuvers will represent the This announcementwas Julio Cabanas. Jr., Edward Frank II year.Finally We sight an opening about, ten'j agreed to permit her to do so i, Earlier in the say, Mr.\ and Mn, Increased personnel and activity

greatest peacetime concentration made Caesar ., Tines Evelio Rendueles, Oliver the road grows more feet wide going clean through the'under suspended sentence. I:II Joseph Plummer had been out fishing ; around the Washington .Jicad-
of military effectives in the country' today by La-I I i Roberts Jr., Candido Perez. OfI -}i winding and now steep and we rock, just as though a tunnel had,t}I Eddie Carey, who had been 1' from one of the bridges!, and I!I quarters of the Republican naitional -

history-55,600 soldiers. Monaca conductor of the, I I waldo Viera., Rogelio Alvarez 1|j!! are able to proceed only a few been carved by some master hand.''awaiting' trial for about 15 days, Mrs. Plummer caught an excellent -i committee: suggests that
Twelve states and the District Although it was announced that feet at a time cautiously and in We pass through this and behold! I
Louis Caraballo. Norman Johnson,; I j pleaded guilty to a vagrancy specimen of the angel fish, party contribution must be step.
of Columbia will be representedin a concert: : would be given each Albert TeaL Emelio Arthur j i low gear. At last after much chug- "TraverseLake", and enchanting charge. He II j
permitted to
I I Casado and was go j It was brought to the ,city and :,;r ping up. For a long time the gu(
laborious and
which will be pulling ( scene with the valley about mil I
the games
war night during the encampment, ex Stewart. Charles Martinez. I i|I that a e under suspended sentence pending placed in one of the tanks of the !|! ing was particularly hard; manyof
in charge of Major General Den- Jack Dillon. John Sawyer. Wilson \- kept ,up only after many across the south slope of whichwas his good behavior.DEMERITT those
West who had refureilto
Key Aquarium.
cept Sundays! : it could not be fore words '* money
nis E. Nolan, commanding: the White. Albert Garcia Henry 1 encouragement from covered with clover about
First Army. The purpose of the I seen that the officers of the regi I Garcia. Armando Gonzalez Rafael each member of the party), our three inches high here and there'I I I contribute unless they were
satisfied the would take the
maneuvers is to demonstrate the 1 ment would be'guests this evening I Del' Pino. Antonio Carazadillo. trorty auto reaches a large plateau a rock a foot or no above the I GOES WESTERN UNION conservative side party of the

ability of active army units tol, at % dinner to be given by 1 t I Malcolm Johnson Oscar Cabanas. neUe I in the lap of the pines. ground and covered with soft eel! I in 1936. The conviction: argument is widespread ,
concentrate: simultaneously for Mayor and Mrs. Malone.' Cassimero Jaycocks Robert Roberts Our goal at last and well worth vety moss and sweet scented trail] OUT ON
TENDER TED that such
BOY PROM now a course 13I
field service, just as they wouldin : As ,no affair wh.therlmilitary{ Joseph Kemp Victor Diman- all our efforts. Could there be ing arbutus; whose fragancc i iI : assured. Some western cattlemen ,
time of emergency. or semi-military is eomplqte without di, Arturo Henriquez. Ralph Fer, another spot on earth whose peace I seemed !;to per in eats the whole' it disturbed <
are over report
Spectacular sights will be presented music the orchestra from the nandez and Oliver Jenk. i and beauty ruled as they seemed area.We I' r I that the Roosevelt reciprocal

by the mechanized; branch band will be at ,the dinner party. Colored: Frank Albury JosephTynes I to here! we wondered! stood in awe, and each apparently SUPERINTENDENT, TO *MAKE;! JOSEPH FRAGA TEMPORARILY tariff bargainers are preparing tot
es of the military. Soldiers will John Woods. Maxwell I Here an old land mark. TaylorGreen.s racking his brain to find
I INSPECTION OF AIDS TO let down the tariff barnet
be transported by swift armed James George Sawyer ,Bernard Cabin we camp. In the a fitting word to describe the picture II I APPOINTED AS CLERK AT
I The
against Argentine ac-
ADOLFO PASO old this bad been the
and armored motors; portable Taylor Leroy Tynes; Charles Wil scene confronting us. There seemed 1 I NAVIGATION RAILWAY STATION i rust situation i is that Argentina
field searchlights will\ turn the liams. Kermit Russell Thomas! of a gruesome murder and all for I to be none. Man so transient and
night into day as they sweep the GIVEN HEARING Hannah Stanley Wilkerson. Joseph what men called gold. changing seemed dwarfed in, the I ; has been seeking to open re iprr.Joo
:lcal negotiations, but the state dr
sky for "enemy" planes detected Russell. Douglas Smith. Nicholas And now we are going to leave presence of such. perpetual 1' W. W. Demerits, superintendentof : ,:
"ears" sucking sky Garcia William Woods. Frank our weary little car, (glad to rest splendor.The : Joseph Fraga, connected wi'the i/.partment/": thus far has sidestepped.
by giant lighthouses left on the Tender
i if it could talk), and continue Western ,Upion Tele:ra (,The: warnings from the west! has".
Maxwell Hudson
sounds into their huge maws; answift d Sawyer Jr., north side was covered witha Ivy. which sailed 10 o'clock last
Adolfo with our journey with pack train and Company in Key, Wjest, was" -,not gone unnoticed in Washing-
Paso charged
pursuit planes will dart operating George Collins Jas. Roberts RaImor.d small glacier. Rising from thi* night for Miami. Inspections of
down upon cruising "hostile"., an automobile without the Palomares Morris Allen I I saddle horses, still winding in and the wall of the era tor seemed aids are to be made en route. porarily promoted today an.;,eMr'kat ton. Gen. Hugh S. Johnson is

bombers. Bayonet charges under proper fctate; license tag. was arraigned Henry McGee. Raymond Roberts;I I lout of stately pine trees, with the about three hundred feet high, [ The prnicipal object of the sup the branch office at thevFlor-j f reported by close friends to be

smoke screens will bring that yesterday before Rogelio Vincent Butler, James Andrews, silence broken only by our party while' at the summit stood almostrlrd erintendent's1 visit is to meet and ida East Coast Railway, .Station.'still undecided whether to run for

hardy and essential unit\ the infantry Gomez justice of the peace of the Leroy Saunders, Richard Johnson: ,!I or perhaps the tread of a soft- a little rock of Gibralter.!I confer with }I. L. Beck superintendent lie will assume charge' of. >tha nenator L' in the Oklahoma Demo-, .

into the sphere of action. second district. Leonard Gibson. Amado Pla., eyed deer scuttcring away from We'decided to try the lake, and'fovnd | of the Sixth District, who end of the eonq1aD)" basin.I'cratic,primarie next year again
After hearing the evidence the 1 tor Laurie and Samuel his dreaded enemy man. Oc ,tbe ; while Albert Pita takes,, a two'weeks' ] Senator Gore. He figure a I"tof
Umpire To Coast .Lo....* i Vlc-I! I water delightfully coot is making the trip to Miami via
I defendant was placed under bond casionally the muffled patter of a i The air was warm and balmy. !!j 1 the intracoastal water route. :' vacation. j i I money will be spent in th<' pn-
General Nolan who hailed with i of $50 for his appearance at the+: bear or miscellaneous wild folk I My fishing kit held the usual I The Tender Ivy will return i in I (This will be Fraga: first promotion mary content and i iA said to be

Pershing for France in 1917 to i next term of criminal court. CUBA ,BRINGS IN I I hurrying away from the sound of I gear, but my pride and joy was a It I I II ;> reveral days with the superinten-' since he baA been with the s.very:,. doubtful whether the pro,
head the intelligence service of I our horses hoofs.Gradually tandem spinner. One cast and itl j! dent. company in the capacity of messenger -j pact would be worth the ean.llr
the A. E. F., is recognized as a the pines disappear I boy and his selection to1!i Hitchcock Was Right!
CHICKEN STEALING I II. 206 !was! gone. While later on I restored -:i
brilliant tactician. One hundred PASSENGERSiStealruhlp I and now we encounter snags, that I to single spoons and managed]I II fill this temporary vacancy come; In spite of; all the recent specn-
and fifty umpires will officiate at BECOMES FINE ART 'I MRS. W. as reward for his I'
stand out like ghosts and tomb- to hook a rainbow about eighteen j JOHNSON a long an dilative: publicity there i ia no toy-

the games, estimating and telephoning I. I stones. They seem almost to stand :inches long. And more good luck faithful service with the. Western 1 tery about the intentions of tho;
in "losses" and tIl'tbacbas lay A.I.... Press. I Cuba of the P. and l,' in memory of some careless camp- in Union organization. j, Democratic high command with
O. i( came along the form of a Dolly LEAVING ON TRIP] [
S. S.
each maneuver is made by ARGENTEUIL, France Aug.; Company returned yes'jer I who started a fire there Varden and a fine silver-side sixteen I 'respect to Senator Borah of Idaho.
"opposing" forces in the mimic 9.Persons smeared with "lion's terday afternoon from Havana l!;i perhaps to keep up his spirits or I and twenty inches 1 The Democrat plan to run a can
respect! J. COBO i
warfare. fat" find chicken stealing as easy,I with 164 first class passengers,j' rekindle lost hopes-who knows? ively. The gods were kind that! Joh-n: 't dilate against Borah next year.
"The maneuvers will be valuable l- as falling off a log. two expert 1 three second class for, Key West;11:]1 A mile or so down the trail is'j I day. Casting here 'was perfect! Mrs Waldo of the of r'' and if they see any real chance to
," General Nolan declared arrested told the I 36 first class and three, second'i I fice force of the Cabrera Wholesale RAY!I
here the
operators 'j a large corral built by for we were above the timber I | beat him they will try hard to do
"inasmuch as they will give our police. 1 1Watchdo'S class for Tampa.Of I company, will leave tomorrow i
ment to find out if more line with no brush or to fso! just as they will try hard to
commanders experience in handling grovel_ in silent ter the 206 passengers on the jjtive!,i grasses will thrive GOTerD-1 annoy us. snags I afternoon over the East Coast for I j i I beat all other Republicans who
large bodies of men something ror as soon they get a whiff of ship there were 99 alien, most of: I] the New York. I
as part of country.We : Around the campfire J that night, I i I. :did, not support Mr. Roosevelt in
we've, never had in peace the potent grease the thieves I whom were for Key cat i I 9 Jog along and presentlyi ) the howl of wolves and, coyotes After a short stay in Miami and A large Sting Ray wefghingiabout ,! 1932 and show no sign of enp1 -
time. also will afford an claimed. i Steamship Alabama tanker of: another in Washington Mrs. Johnson :I four hundred and fifty]
They s
i i before lies the ,Valley of tke made rather a nice serenade but :1 porting him in 1936. The
I they'get i it the Texas Oil Company was dlle1in ] i will to the metropolis I pounds was caught yesterday on a i!!
opportunity to handle improved What it is or where : Meadows. Several hundred feetbelow thoroughly tired: fell .asleep. proceed death of Frank Hitchcock, onetime -
and new weapons developed since they did not reveal but the police: port this afternoon from Matanzas. -! ,'about eight(= miles long and I Next found;we where she will join Mr. Johnson, jewfish line in Celde Channel by j,{ Republican national chairman -
the world such as the air allege that they have been raiding' Cuba, consigned to the 1 1I us on-a' ledge who is an engineer with the P. andO. John Cobo with the aid of his r
war. mile rtde stream of gleamingIiITer the
a a about recall that he about
I ten feet over the.water, Ac- I and Lance Lester,: was
service anti-aircraft service th.1 chicken coops. for four years, acquiring .t:I Porter Dock Company. I winds gracefully in and out cidently. I dropped lrfy casting rod. S. company and attached to brother Delio i only Republican scout in 1932
new tanks and the use of such skill that they could; The vessel mission is to have the entire ? the Steamship Florida. ,"Jr. i
Whythe {whose
''ot oriUng Plainly I could see it on the bottom Unable hold the large Raye ,! report to headquarters
hundred her papers changed from:; foreign I bits Johnson trill temain in to
the necks of i
ized and mechanized forces. wring a to iong'green'gcasa seemed, to be I of the lake. Stripping.I started I New. they tied the line,to their boat un-i turned out to be correct lie sent
chickens of after whichit York until next month when ah
in three-quarters an
waving an becoming us on. And, diving to recover: it.. After a few til the had exhausted iUelfi in word early in the campaignthat
will will return'with Ray
sail for Port Arthur 1 I her husband
without on
NOTICE tour causing a Texas. we needed no second bidding. Thestream !!i vain attempts te reach it I finally the Florida.PRESCRIPTIONS. and then the prize catch of the{ tbe entire west was lost to

I- afforded excellent fishing..Often .j I. reconciled myself to my loss. Lat-I day was landed aboard the craft.II J Hoover. Few around headquarters
There will be a special dance I II it was a little d f"lCulfor'jer 1 on we found the water at this II{believed him. New come,

at Key West Country Club on: CLUB,I ANY SIZE POULTRY one to conceal: himself!! the re I, point was fifty-six feet deep. The I I { from the midwest that tbe Klan

Wednesday evening August 14, Saturday NWDANCE: BROILERS FRIERS .being no trees or brush.. But at deception had been so great, email i iI I DANCE and FLOOR SHOWi r iis I trying for another political
10 o'clock. This dance will bed' nightfall by using a white miller wonder my effort had been so Bring your doctor' prescription I comeback. Road signs have appeared
given by the club membership HENS.Falford' i fly gee achieved fine results. (|(I futile. : to .a for prompt, efficient Toaserrow Night I Ii in Ohio saying: "Com "

officer of the visiting Florida t Using my field glasses I observed -; How long we sat there I do not; emc. i RAUL'S CLUB I munism, will not be tolerated. The

National Guardsmen. I For Members and Guests Poultry Farm the far ride of the valley know but gazing down in the w GARDNER'S PHARMACYPhono Music By I' Kn Klux Klan rides again." The

CLIFFORD G. HICKS.I SCRIPT $1.00 Phone SftQ I Deli!", I potted with white, which rifer I suddenly came upon the utt 177 Free CAESAR LA MONACA 'I exact destination of the expedition
au 9-1t Seereta ry+ proved to be sheep.! And now 'a t (Continued on Page Four) Delivery I remains undisclosed.


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New England .nd the northern
Entered Normal Mean 85 : over
::" T'c at' Key"' F1F77 West. Florida-f1ZTH as TEAR second cla** matter eruption of recorded history.It In order to give authentic information -, would act in the matter. 1 Mean ..............................:..::. =::84 i II I: Rocky Mountains. A storm of Admiral Walter It. Gh"r-

Mea W. .. the Aaaeeiated PTM was in 1883 that this volcanic island could nave to been the accomplished public as to! what dur-.r .Bridge rtens submitted by' Mr.I I Rainfall'I I i marked intensity is central about ardi, commandment of the Cbarle-
rhe Auoelated Pra I. exclusively entitled to n** Turner for yonr information calls Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. 40 miles north of Bermuda, ac-
town Mass Yarn ;
for republication of all credited to after two centuries of repose, blew ing the first week in June last by Navy n
news dispatches for a 30-foct: roalway, and widened Normal Precipitation i .... .cordnig to report from S. S. Car-
It or not otherwise credited In this and also the 1 t 60 year
paper Citizens' Committee if the I I.1: : ago.I
the local new published nere.'NATIONAL up on August\ 26 with a roar that was required at two roin.a'here; fishing Tale rrrard eovvra S4-fc.ar don ia. in Lat. 3S.42,Long. 65.54. I _
heard ,S,OOQ miles away. -The nearby island authority had been vested best to 45 feet ,*cr a distance ft', radian at '8" .',.aa. this M.r.l.g.Tomorrow's :, Barometer, 29,56 wind northeast,'
in them for obtaining a loan from AlmanacSun | Dr. Warren F. Draper ass,t-
E011CI) IAl
490 feet; at points where widenedfor thirty-five miles an hour.
ASSOCIATION of Rakata was half blown away and I the PWA for,building the Overseas fishing the : I.I rises! : 6:68: .a, m. i i&nt purgPOn- "Eral of the U. SI .
lowing -.j'-"h..T E S. M. GOLDSMITH
1.1 Highway Sun sets ... ..... ,,_...: 7:06 I t. Public Health Service tarn
c::/y 193 SThree great sea waves, 75 to 100 feet high, were BridgesviH you kindly urents wquld :be in telted! tAn electric p. m. Temporarily in Charge. ; at
allow space! and print the following I Moon rises h'_ .... ... 3:55 p. m. I t'aanbridge, Mass, 52 years ago.
SCBSCRIPTION BATES '11... sent rolling in all directions!, affecting the .in your "People's Forum"! light plant, comfort station Moon sets *.........,_...._ 1:3G a. m.Tomorrow's .I .
Year lunch
.De room cani. for selling! bait I
Biz Months fell I tides practically around the world. Engineer:: C. A. P. Turner was and fishing spr.lies, .and I Tide Rabbi David Philipson of Cin-
x60On. steps
Month Month-_ .tf Seacoast towns throughout the archi- I petitioned :Ly: the Citizens' Committee Jeering to the water for those A.M. P.M. Today In History i, riunatt. Jewish echotar-k-adrr,

Weekly : : pelago were inundated by the tidal waves, to again introduce plans wishing to go filing in boats, all I High '....._..m...... :5:22 7:46' eeleee................. torn Wabash, Ind.. 73 year

A IvEBTISUrl3 BATES I and specifications that he submit for the suisivf $7,500,000.The Low.... ..... ...... I :01 i I II ago.
Made known on application. and it is estimated that 40,000 persons ted by refj.iest cf the retired I I 11:37: I| 1831-Famous! American-built
<,. K.I..U NOTICE I Bridge Commissioners in following: ; rill be of interest locomotive, the "DeWitt Clinton"
All reading notice, cards of thanks reolutlons of perished. Ashes were thrown to such a April' Barometer 8 a. pi. todays 1 Mahonri Young, sculptor. : 'm'
On first jpa
respect, obituary notice etc, Will be ,charged for at. 1934, at which time it was informally -I : loan se.ured crone tl-e government ,. tried out-ran at an averap I
the rate of !' cent a line.Notices height that they drifted all over the globe, accepted by the PWA of. in outrij.M grant of i Spa level 29.96.WEATHER speed: of 15 miles per hour for er, etcher, born at Salt Lake nty

ft revenue for Is to*ntertalnme!>. derived are hy S churches cents A from Ilto*. which causing weird sunset effects in all latitudesfor f ficiaU: in Washington, with the request -:'45'/r woulJ be allowed, and re- FORECAST ; two years, then retired. I, ;:;8 years ago._

The Citizen U an open foram and invites discussion months afterward. that they be filed as amended -, si.Its in the followHjr: '
of public Issues and subjects of local or general ; Cost of bridges a per I II !,I 1842 Webster Ashburton Dr. Dunlap P. PenhaUow of I
Interest but it will not publish anonymous ,communication Following this, Krakatao was quiet plans to the rejected plans I Turner plans ._ $7,500,000 (Till 8 p. m., Saturday' ) northwestern- I Washington' D. C.. noted surgeon.burn .
which loan had been 'U Treaty defining
upon requested -' Key West and Vicinity: Partly !I at Amherst t1a'L: 65 yearsago. f
for 45 years, but since 1928 it has shown by the now retired Bridge Com 45t:( grant on trta cloudy tonight and Saturday, prob-i' boundary with Canada. j .
I Ii
cost of
missioners. i projetamounts I _
signs of activity at intervals. Whether

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST t.he'present eruption is the forerunner of I, as Manager of the Citizens'Committee i!; to h..U.h.. $3'i75.0U0: : : 'aa. ; ',_to I,I'/L '"/ I i I, 1905-Peace Conference ending :, Walter C. Allen of New York,

ADVOCATED. BY THE CITIZEN I accompanied by Mr. .r-\ I j,' Russo-Jap war began at Portsmouth -, president of the Yale and Tow*>e
another tremendous upheaval can not be Turner, during the! first week in To be paid; back Uhu $4.125,000. f N. H.1918German.
I This amount to Lc back .... II I Mfjr. Co., born at Fannin "n.
foretold, but it is no wonder that the Malays \ June last, interviewed government paid e i I Conn.. 58 years ago.
officials at Washington: and there within; 20 cr 30 :years at 3'. interest
1. Water and Sewerage. I \ aviators drop
are in terror. I .
obtained the following facts: That I from tolls and other revenues 1'" I/ I propaganda over French Lord Lytton. English: ",tate :raaa,

2. Crjdgei to complete Road to Main While scientists have learned much application for bridge loan was j, obtainc I from the :'!' dgt's..I );, /,' lines peace-threaten to destroy Paris. born 59 years ago.MONROE .

land. j I held in the office of the Boardof While going a' er the matter in A i
about volcanoes in recent years- they are -up 1Ql? nl .. unless France makes peace.1923Tate I
Review, PWA, since last yearon i Washington with PWA and FERA ,. : THEATER
,. never certain of what one do next. \
Free Tort. may, : qr. .
atco.mt of request having been officials Mr. Turner offered in order ,
Vesuvius was thought to be extinct for made retired Commissioners to comilete this structure # -- :II! William Rockefel Ann Sothern-Gcne Raymond in
4. Hotela and Apartments. by the Bridge a.t -, r N ler's estate placed at a net of $07- HOORAY FOR LOVE I.
I many centuries before its first recorded that no action te takenon quickly as ;>oible, and to meet Partly SLow rll 000,000. I
Paul Muni in
5. Bathing Pavilion. plans they had submitted until government requirements, to em- i I I
eruption in the year 79, when it destroyed '[ably local showers Saturday; gentle -' BLACK FURY
6. Airports-Land,and Sea. requested to do so. This left matters ploy between six and seven thousand II
I to moderate east and southeast ; 1934 President Roosevelt { MatUeci Balcony 10c Orct. .
1 the towns of Pompeii Herculaneum '" I rpoun.Js :- {
Consolidation'of and City and where no action could be tak- men. working three shift!, all '
7. County winds. silver. tea, 15-20c Nights 1525.
I Stabiae, with great loss of life. :Many en whatsoever until the retired labor, as far as possible, to be secured Florida: Partly cloudy, probably ;
Governments. .
Commissioners rein- in Monroe county. .
;; were : -
eruptions nave occurred since, one in 1906 I 1 local! showers Saturday and in
stated, or i. new commission ap- Confirmation of above state-
killing 2,000 persons and doing enormous pointed. After obtaining the above ments can be obtained in the office north portion tonight- I rI
Jacksonville to Florida Straits
"See More" gowns are theAren't fashion. property damage. facts from the Chief: of.the Boardof of the Board or Review, PWA. I I
Gentle southerly! to easterly winds
<< ;
Review Jlr. Turner!: was requested Wa hingui1. D. c.. by consulting I We will be have consult about
enough ? Still continue live weather I us
we seeing now people to in the partly overcast tonightand you
891-I1SG ( I
to submit to them, in trip-a j Docket No. (PWA)
shadow of these death-dealing monsters, licate, the i identic' plans and" Trusting the newly appointed tered Saturday showers. with widely scat-i II how you can

gftcificatiors that ha best
About the most permanent thing in hoping for the while fearing the East Gulf: Gentle to moderate ,
;mally accepted: ):y the PWA engineers -I I of, and carry to complejtion ,
the world is a "temporary" tax. worst. southeasterly! winds except variably;
who had requested that the work done by the Citizens i
1 over extreme north portion weather i
they be filed, ai stated above, in I| Committee, whose full cooperation partly overcast tonight and; Sat- Build Buy or
DIFFUSED WEALTHIn April 1934. \ is available at no expense ,
Some give according to their means; urday with scattered shower
Mr. Turner a:11 I the writer immediately -: '! to the taxpayers also that
others according to their meanness. com:diet with the requestand no outside political influence will Refinance Your Home

spite of constant demagogic claimsto filed his, pl.--r, but lacking the te: injected into the matter. WEATHER CONDITIONS

the effect that the wealth of this country proper authority, or political entity, PAUL BOYSEN. :
During the last 24 )hour?, show-
Nothing is quite so limitless as the
unpble the Citizens' Committee.
we were to carry platter Manager. i
is concentrated in the hands of the few I ers and thunderstorms occurred in
average voter's capacity for being fooled.It : to completion, but were requested Key West. Fla., I the South Atlantic and Gglf States or repair.or modernize any type of

who exploit the many, the statistics painta by the Legal, Engineering,: Aug. 8. 1935. end in Minnesota, Wisconsin :and insured credit

different picture. __.___w ___ North Dakota. On the North building on
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is about time we are having a new The fact is that the wealth of America offices of the and will jl jlI Carolina! coast precipitation was'
'deal with the cards becomes i company
playing same I
i iI
; is widely diffused-probably more widely KEY WEST i&H be maintained daily. ,II very heavy.
monotonous. The heat wave has been brokenin The First National Bank of Key West
than in any other major power. For example Fran-I.-; I I most localities although the following -
Ladd had the
DAYS GONE BYHcppeninft I I Mayor
incomes of $100,000 per year and break I Ii l high temperatures
Enthusiasm is the life of trade but itmust misfortune yesterday to again yesterday: 104 at Meridian
; Approved Mortgage Under the
over constitute but one per cent of thenation's Her. Just 10 Year I,i one of the small bones of the
be within bounds. Otherwise it is Ago Today A. Taken From I 100 at Chattanoo r. Little Rock .
while crank-
total income. Salaries and wages ,right wrist yesterday Port Arthur and San Antonio 98 i.
wasted energy., constitute 85 per cent. The remaining 14 The File Of Tk. CitizenOne I!: ing his automobik His injuries I I ct Atlanta. Temperature changes FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

!I will not prevent him being "since yesterday morning have been ,
per cent is represented by return, on capital 'j -
of the most profitable. out and attending to his duties. generally unimportant. i ..
An Alabama legislator wants a new -in other words, by dividends and interest !sales in the history ot ,Key West!1 I
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registration of all voters, declaring the on securities, the bulk of which are real estate was consummated I r According to information furnished -

dead have been voting long enough. held in small quantities by of yesterday whereby Theodore by the Frank II. Ladd IIIIII
persons Roosevelt! Pell became the owner company, this progressive realty ..eee..ee..e..e..ee..e..e..eeseeeese.elee.- ... ............,.
moderate means. of the Frank Holtsberg propertyat firm handled" over a million dol- ,.

All sane people detest noise.-Mark Yet a question of the moment is that Southard and Duval street. The l lars in real estate transactions I :
deal was handled by the Ladd' during the period of one month, j
the who does not. of exorbitant taxes large incomes
Twain. Show us person, more on ,
company and the consideration from July 8 to August 8. This i is
Ergo. We are all sane. And that's a inheritances, gifts and corporation earn was $50,000. Considering the size considered the biggest amount .of 1 AUGUSTSPECIALS I

crazy remark. i ings. of the building and the dimensions business conducted by a like busi- !

In the words of the Manufacturer's of the lot. this is consideredone ness in the same period of time.)
of the most excellent sales' in ,
When asked by the judge whetherhe Record, "People cannot be taxed into pros Key West to date. I. Editorial comment: Borrowing .

had had words with his wife, Wichita perity. They can be taxed into poverty I trouble is foolish, but not so fool"I LawnMowers GARDEN HOSE

man admitted he had some, but didn't geta and the quickest way to do it is to destroy August Criminal term court of convened Record for this the ish as marrying it.

chance to use them. wealth and savings which have made pos morning 10 o'clock with Judge J. :
Donald Smith was the name
sible i inventions, machinery and enterprise Vining Harris presiding, Prosecuting ; 25fUength
given in baptism yesterday after-
that give employment to labor." Attorney J. F. Busto, Sheriff when the infant of Mr. Ball Betrwf 0
noon son
"Not stones, nor wood, nor the art of Roland Curry and all court officers I Ife
America's hope for the future lies in and Mrs. James Pinder was
artisans make state but where
a ; men are present. christened in St. Paul's >church. $8.50
which )
the existence of capital- simply
take themselves i I
who know how to care of ; Rev. C. R. D. Crittenden of
means the factories, the industries, the Vari colored lights and flags of ficiated. God-parents were Miss ,
these cities and walls. Aristic!
are -
; all nations add to .the attractiveness -
and all the other productive Marguerite Hilton George Crit- "
...: stores : < I
i of the Elks biome on*' Duval tenden -and P. R. Clements : ayJ> ,t*IT7! .! Lawn :
agencies that produce jobs, payrolls, in-
street in preparation for the re
Readers of The Citizen are invited i to
comes. ception be given Grand .Exalted\ SPRINKLING :
trade with our advertisers; w ,"believe> Ruler William Hawley Atwell BENJAMIN LOPEZ Sprinklers

they will give you your nu>nejrV' > worth'- HOW MUCH SHOULD YOUR APS COST? tonight. Judge Atwell will arrive; FUNERAL HOME tV. i I CANS .l

and courteous service. What more can on the Henry R. Mallory from Serving Key West
New York accompanied by Mrs. l $$1.35
ask? Half Centnrr 8 Qt 75c -
you (Leesbnrg Commercial) Atwell. Secretary ,W. R Dudley, 24 Hoar Ambulance Se"le.Uce..d !
jr., and Mrs. Dudley. Speeches are ,
,Advertising is just as important in modern Embauner
The Key West diamondballers, trying to be made by Judge JeffersonB. Phone 135 Night 696-MV k ; ; BAMBOO
i business as floor space Professor Tugwell to tha Browne, State Senator Wm. H. AND :

for the district championship, did not cop : contrary notwithstanding. The following percentages Malone, Dr. William R. Warrenand S Lawn

the bunting,. but they gave a fine account of gross sales are usual and correct for Past Exalted Ruler Arthur H. "J.ck_..Ule'. Leading Hotel" : STEEL RAKES 1 :

of themselves. Their win of the 2 advertising expenditures for successful retail Sheppard. THE SEMINOLE i Furniture .s:

to 1 thirteen-inning game was the most stores, according! to figures for successful retail Ygnacio Cobo who conducts a 30c

sensational of the series. stores, according to figures compiled by the Harvard cigar factory in Key West plans ryrG : Qulrs, RLcr, ;

Bureau of Business .Research and the Northwestern construction of an apartment tF : Bencbc &: Tables I r
house at the corner of Royal and F r a +f up
Radios have been installed in peni- University Bureau of Business Research: United streets.'! Mr. Cobo will havea I
I :
tentiaries, and it has been suggested that Department Stores ...._.._._.......-... ,1-9 to 3.1 modern and substantial building;

the inmates he punished for infractions of Grocery stores _....._____.._--._._ --1.0 large erected number which of will tenants.take care of a't : Cash: in on our MONEY SAVING SALE on CAREY'S 75-K, STANDARD i

the rules by making them listen to croon- ;Haberdashers _h_.... '. 3.3
rl : SLATE SURFACED ROOFING regular 2.75 )Rg.ll, Special- :
ers or saxophone players.: However, thereis Women's Wear Shop __:__,._J .._3.1 The chamber of commerce is in .. .
JackMaTllI Florid
a law against undue cruelty towards Furniture ._....__..._ ___6.3 receipt pf numerous letters of inquiry C1IAS.: B. GR': ER, Mmmmfft
about Key' Rest, Some of I A human home-like Institution
S 2.25 Roll i
prisoners.Just Gt'n6r.1Ierchandi..e _t' 1.5 state I where you will find y''.. iBdlrldnaltort
the. letters that in view ofAhe _
I r **d *Btrtalawnt .a matter -
I Drug stores '....... ", .. in _earthquakes.along the Pacific of great Importance. -

what war does to a nation's creditis Shoe stores ......_* g.ft.S coat: travel reservations are -o- : :
<>. being, cancelled for the western A atrcl fire.rr knlUInc I***!** .
apparent when it is noted that in 1 E4"ctrj/al/ chops __ ._...2,7 section of the country and rvjjy I !'. tk* .ert ., pnc city .. ..

January Italian 7 per cent bonds were sell hardware; _...........-... .. of the thousands who planned I .
Every Room with Combination Tnband
ing in New York at 83. The other day, I Cleaning dyeing .---3.3Jewelry going to the west coast will this Shower Bath, Radl. Rlectrl I South Florida Cofltrsx&g & Engmeeriog Co.
CellinaFan.. Slat Door for Summer ]
with thousands of Italian soldiers ready tot J _.._.,_, '. 1 winter season be in 'Florida. Ventilation. Comfortable Bed with .
Mattresses of Inner Spring Con-
t march through Ethiopia, if nothing stops i Meat niarket3 : ; The P. and O. S. S. company'..traction* Lamp and Individual Rea4In Pi oe59S White\ old Eliza Street! !

them, the bonds of the Italian governmentwere I Florists r --. _. -- has chartered the Steamship RATK :

selling for fraction above 4. I I ........ 0.2Music Northland from the Eastern S. S. .Inst.ye -
a Thereis Millinery : __
a** s. Private Bath gtM borne hot"
company. The vessel will be "r. > Ji worthy: pf the :
no telling what they will be selling for I. stores ___.. ; ; ,,.....".r...: ,,,,.,,,$..3I placed on the ran between Key M*. ROOM Reema.*. Private Private Bat Bath .2M... .
"' .
the warfare has 1 this Z4 .-.. Private Bathe a.M .
after been under way for Rutauranu 1>: 31 West and Havana winter.
aboutjsix months. I Specialty shops i: f => 3.8 The schedule will start earlier this.SLIGHT> fmmflr I1CREAHB RMM.. private! FOR Bath DOIl.L11.... .....................................................................:
l. _: I
">" year than last, it was said at-1he. OCCCFAJICr; ,. .. ... :-- :11111'1.1111'. -... -.-> ,.v __ -' -fi ",<, :. .. --. -. ',P'. ___

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ayNopzlar Ktf and Lark.3sor. feeble and knew It but his ,
opponent The West Conch diamond-
i Key
/ iri ...tt4if t. It _rntd. SPORTS j[ car visjting Elizabeth Sand! ,
Ifcaus* U petmt *<" * -
ordrr' that Kef may fold kto fob "That's no word to use between Walton loveable-
cua Hark AU>*ry, tcfcoM erivaMrcreary ; I i city, which recently displayed a Monk actually changed the tires.!I English writer
Lurt c' Sack rtoUte, yen and me, Mooreh.. said withan I[I great brand of ball in' the East I .Gopher Gonzalez kicked because -! famous as the author -
tkmt ht lore* tht :.er, and n.ltert.a attempt at dignity Tin afraid I Coast j| of the "Compleat Angler,
bring *i_r/ la tell. Kotf Kef [ Diamondball Tournament,i his uniform was an inch I born. Died
must admit that Fm down Dec. IS
4* Aartaff a call /row "Garte out ? I: returned to the city last night: short I[i 1683.
JreLe."1. iciom Laurie had givena and for the like of old times you I
I over the highway. Snapshots of. '
-ixttrrifte" sow* time before .
might feel Inclined to help me outa 1631-John Dryden.
1ealin, wits 'IF eappoaed, ..,. their trip have been tendered us English
riaee: loan you know. Ot course, I McCarthy as usual was the shiek poet-dramatist, born. Died May 1.I .
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and here
e ce.ea a cedeC eee a they are:
would repay It. PHILLIES TURN t D1AMONDBALL I. of the team. .He waa kidded :[I 1700.
Chapter 27 -That's right-it la blackman*I I FOLLOWINGTHROUGH I about his habit of not wearing a -

said the airman In a quiet ton of I *Wrinkle Ingraham displayeda cap because he preferred to show j 17 Thomas Telford. Scottish

cRooKbOORE concentrated rage. "If yon weren't af BACK GIANTS INDOUBLECONTEST I I GAMES TONIGHT heady brand of catching and j hit beautiful head or hair. ,Ma-(" civil engineer, born. Died Sept.

,-% : stood In the doorway. cripple Fd kick yon out of the] I I with wonderTnl arm kept opposing chin lookeM all over the hotel for i{j2, 1934.

A1* place. My private affairs are my1 I 1 base ,runners warily treadingthe i the "pullecees" to stop the team
looking down at tU Tlsitor. His
own. If dare to cable sacks. ."
yon anything base Ah Ah" Lunn 1793
from noise. -Solomon L.
making much
,tare. was at first. bewildered; then about them to your beastly news-, i (By JOVE) (By JOVE) I was superb in pitching'with a de-I so : French-Canadian Juneau,

grew Instinctively hostile, and finally paper-and I don't believe you're cot' I....................... The Social League will play a lusive spinner and ball. Sterling made eyes bt a waitress I pioneer, founder
curve of ](
I .Bowers West Milwuakee born Mon-
doubleheader tonight. In the first a corner Key near
} a cold light of recognition came A Record commission at all for If the New so much Sydney'I CHICAGO CUBS TRIUMPH I With Willianl Cates at Sanford game the Cave Inn outfit I fVederichsi; umpire of the games, toy, on first, went to second on an ttreaL Died Xov. 14, 1856.
you as willi
and Chelo Castillo at Tallahassee, said he was the only pitcher in the
lota his grey eye*. : mention my name or wife's'in' OVER tackle the Bermuda Bakery .teani. infield hit and started toward third
"| know 7ou." he uld."But I can't' print or spread any lying stories ; I Armando Acevedo going!: up to and the batteries for this game, state with a real curve ball. when Lunn stood star gazing with 1819-William T. G. :Morton

DETROIT VICTORIOUS IN!' Sanford and Pena and a few others and I Sterling brounght the stands to the ball in his hands. But "Ah Ah" Boston dental surgeon. dicovetei!
!remember your name. You come: about me Ill send all the Information will be Blondy Roberts A. Cas-
from Sydney." I have about you to Sydney and ready for next year it will be !1 tro for the Bakers and Roam and their feet with.one hand catches I recovered in time to catch him at I-I of the use of ether as anesthetic

i Inform the police here. and you'll god J GAME WITH WHITE SOX possible for a full Key West club Martinez for the Cave' Inn boys. and pi kups'at first; .base. .Pete third. .A man dropped dead in I whose life was embittered and

"Mr same U Gavin Drake. I ama I to Jail where yon belong! And thatsall I to be playing in Class D leagues j I In the second game the S. B. Castro! second baseman showed the stands when the Key"est 1 impoverished by other claimants

newspaper: man now Moore. Fm rye got to say Good-morning I :- next year. Baker. Bethel Griffin, I Beer ten will tackle the Adminis- a world of intestinal fortitude' incoming I team entered the grounds. Charles 1! to the discovery born at Charlton,

Aver here on a holiday.That ." I The young man was livid Behind'
...D't your name when Igret hi* thick glasses his little dark eyes NEW YORK Aug. 9.-The try a come back and make the this game will be J. Walker and batter in the ninth inning of the thirteen inning: game which fol- 1868.

I saw red Bnt he controlled: his rage grade. And there are other boysin i first game expecting a bunt. lowed have been dead t
yon before. said the airman Phillies! toot both games of adoubleheader' I Clements for the Beer outfit and he would
and his panic and gave a little laugh.. I I the city that can make good at Albury at third was in rare form t three times .Johnnie Black- 1836--James N. Gamble, Cincinnati
fur: I,.,without asking him In."What from the New York i Tynes and Cooper for the Office over.
"Good Lord :Moore, don't look asf baseball if they took it as seriously and well took the place of the sen- well's cigars didn't last long when r soap manufacturer polit-

jdo you want? If you'd like to murder me! I didn't' Giants, leajrae-'eadine' ; club ire the( as they tike damondball.; andI boys.Manager Clements of the S. B. sational William (Butch) Cates Wrinkley begun to borrow them ; ical reformer philanthropist born

-1 should be grateful for an in mean any harm. National Le.ji.-e wril ethe second- mean Sterling. Esmond Albury Beer outfit has some new faces to former third baseman of the Key I .Castro and Gonzalez unable to I in Cincinnati. Died July 2. 1932.
terview. "All right then! Get out!" Joe Hale and few others. I Westers playing with Sanford -
place Cu>3 vhipi, d the Pirates iDa I i the team that will surprise pow understand what were the AmeriI -'
"I don't give Interviews. He walked behind the young man' single f'onteet. I So lets hope that they come '[ the put fans.oiv : in an upstate league. .Cheta I dishes on the menu card, were 1857-Harriet May Mills, lecturer

to the front door' ,and slammed' it behind l out and try to be as good in this I Ii Baker, shortstop saved the gamein |I taken Alvarez' Restaurant andtu.re pioneer woman suffrage
for the
put sake of old time*) him. The Detroit Timers !lengthened i, The first game will! start at 8 i I to
i game as they arc in the other. the eighth against Pan-Am, feasted. .Gates and Car- worker born at Syracuse, N. Y.
persisted the young man in that dll- His m. sharp.! The Cave Inn and
temper was up. He had no their lead otter the New York Yan i I p. back of third and
I when he went the Died there, May 16, 1935.
bonell continually annoyed
should be i I
dept manner that Laurie bad at prudence In his nature. He did not' the Bermuda Bakery
kees in the American League pennant The local club won the first field 7:30 if want leaped up to grab a liner with one boys on the ferry who were card
.drat tound even.realize that he had been fool i on the by they.
appealing particularlyas lab that no public"man can afford! race to five games as they!j game and lost the second game in to practice. hand. Cheta is a popular star playing. :"Bervaldi" played a
sb. had been touched by hit the Miami crowd. KEY WESTCOLONIAL
enemies however small however defeated the Chicago White Sox in j, the state tournament held recently I great game according to the pa

empty sleeve. discredited. Certainly not when,,! the first ,of a four-game series i in Miami Fla. The game they won i i Ii TODAY'S GAMES .pers..Howard Gates was a coach HOTEL
But Rex Moore :was not touched at there Is a decided chink In his own} and even the game they lost are: Gopher Gonzalez;; took all honorsin 1 I lat third base.
celebrated j
i Altlongtt; Lou GeLrig outfield when be went back la the Center of the Business
',aiL armor. credits to the Island City, and although AMERICAN LEAGUE the _

"Come in." be said. "I know who That was Rex Moore's way. I I IT the playing of his 1,600th consecutive I ; the Conchs were eliminated -: Cleveland at St. Louis-Hcdlin almost to the barrier in left field 1| Manager Charles Lunn wishes and Theater District
cracking: out his those 1 1I and stabbed long one from;
showed people a
gamely they surely vs. Andrews. thank Hollon Bervaldi and Johnnie
jou ara. now-you are Dunbar; of I ;to -I
:the Steadfast Insurance -Companyin HF- ext.Aa7. ,a young man:' eighteenth; home run of the season,: in the Magic City what we Islanders -j:[ Chicago at Detroit-Lyons v*. Brown, who later smoked out a |* Blackwell for use of their cars, First Class-Fireproof-
with yellow hair a small'moustache With all the odds, homerun. He got a great hand as
|I can Rowe. Sensible Rates
the New York Yankees were nn- al Sydney who cheated me out of and heavy-lensed spectacles he in off the field and again
them grounds, spectatorsand i York- came
against I Philadelphia at New
able halt the Athletics' ninth ins of the local Administration for=
all my savings on that wildcat aero called at the Albery office'building to everything else-and to play Blaeholder vs. R-iffing. when he went to bat. .Kerr played their cooperation, also Ernie Silas,i I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

drome scheme Warratora.&. U war on the Embankment and inning raly! falling before Philadelphia I two games as they played is a cred-j Only games scheduled. shortfield, a position new to Key recreational director of Miami and
asked Mark He
aee gave
you who gut me to teach you to fly 9 to 6 in the opening j!!I it to any city. I think that every] Nesters, a sort of roaming fielder, Benjamin Sawyer the of Garage Elevator
hla card Inscribed-Gavin Drake-I| sponsor
and then tried to become: a stunt with the words "from Sydney. Antralla. *-, game of the series. The defeat i member of the ch.b deserve! equal II j| NATIONAL LEAGUE and in the ninth inning of the first the trip. I Popular Prices

pilot and crashed and lost your arm representing the 'New Syd-j dropped! the Yanks five games back praise. | St. Louis at Chicago: -P. Dean game when motioned in to a 'po- I
doing a fool trick I'd warned yon of the Tigers, who scored over the Warneke. sition just over second base he
Record' written It : vs.
against and went about telling His card did not reach Mark A1-, White Sox.Pounding. I have just read a card that J!I Boston at Brooklyn-Macfayden snapped up a liner that came his I
everybody !It was fault. And
my you bery. } four of Roger Horns-'i 'vs! Clark. way. lie caught it with one hand
were sacked' by your company and He was told that Mr.Albery never// by's seven pitchers the Cleveland I i, Manager Lnnn sent to Mr. Brant-j!! New York at Philadelphia with his ba,:k turned to the ball. WEYMOUTH. Arthur
would have the Bees from
been prosecuted tor gathered in 16 hits for a ley of Bury Brown entered the hospital re-I
Interviews with stranger Indians Johnon.I .
granted Castleman
embezzlement: If ('d told what'I( and refers to me as having written, vs. ?
kiiew. Only like a tool I was sorry It was Impossible to see Mr. Albery 14 to 8 victory over the Browns < the article that Mr. Brantl y signed -i I Cincinnati: at Pittsburgh-Derringer McCarthy fielded well and displayed cently in this the city twentieth, having fractured time ;
for because In his office without an appointment! in the opening half of a doubleheader. -; : vs. Swift.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. a world of confidence at a leg for
you you'd! lost jour I did not write the article nor i ii ;,:
The polite clerk the man It Cleveland's first]
gave young was hot
arm. bat, driving an especially one
)' bad anything to do with it, but if'
to understand that Mr. Albery was in St. Louis under i *
performance the
I down the third base line in
young man's face had turneda opinicrx on the cae,

sickly soon grey recovered for a few felmselknow'moments' bathe as, Gavin unapproachable Drake did not. royalty.make an ap-j j the management drew a scant of 1.000 Steve customers.O'Neilland I,I you Mr. Lunn,my I think yon were wrong for, 'CLASSIFIED third Machin inning took of base the running first game.honors. .: J r.e.Ar.eome I CIGAR STORE r

.' when wrote that article
Instead he went to Alfaery's | you
luc tbat'pe held a polntment. The summaries follow: I 'i in ti.e second game. ."Two by 1
trump He between
flat In Chelsea rather late j the paper because the series -iI I Of Our Services -0-
not Inform tie Moore that be bad that same evening.He NATIONAL LEAGUE I j your club and the Busy Bee:I: COLUMN four" Everett played right field. I .

already interviewed' his wife. It was ascertained that Mr. Albery I- I At Chicago R. H. E. was over, and be ider the came in It was his first tournament com Complete line of:- Daily Baseball Returns
clear ._ ._.._ 5 6 2\\
Ujal Ur Moore bad not told home. He must have had Pittsburgh exhibition affair ''CCSCSCeeee..eeee.000CCS petition. rown'. homerun came i
her hu.iind. She bad got the wind was an Chicago .._ ....._......-..-- 9 14 2 question wa only an when with the count three balls I AUTO ACCESSORIES
Instinct for he wrote club in trim for,
uncanny on i to get your Advertisements under this head AUTO PAINTING : By Wire
up. his card exactly the right message Batteries: Lucas, Bush, Hoyt I the trip. So, reardle of bow the t!'will be inserted in The Citizen at and two strides, Gates was forcedto REPAIRING
They were In the living room. Brown and Grace; Lee. Carleton I baseat
admission Croft
was on I
one. I
Moore dJ! not ask the to procure him to the play was called, it was only a game the rate of Ic a word for each in- groove I TIRE SERVICE -o-
young man to and O'Dea
sit d wn.Wbat. great man's presence. He wrote to help your club and Lad no bear I Jertion. but the,minimum for the the time. .Tnppen pitched a BRAKE SERVICE I COME IN AND GET THE
that he from Sydney Australia, fast ball for'Dunn BUS
do .you vinh' he. asked a newspaper was man.and that he wouldbe FGm.:; I ing the on the landing' otherwise.of your Bear club first insertion jn every. instance is .terrifically. .The Key West team wore a uni- WASHING 'ANDPO.USJUNG ,: RESULTS OF THE
in league
again. or I 25c.
very grateful! Mr. Albery would At Philadelphia R. II. E. form of white pants white and i MAJOR BASEBALL
"Only an that in mi d. : Payment for classified advertisements
J Interview. Moore. Youneedli
spare him a few moments. He had New York __ 4 10 1 1 green-trimmed si.pt. .Martinez, LEAGUES
And in I
t be so snooty. Possibly I can is invariably in advance, .fact, any and
some important news concerning Philadelphia _...._.__ 7 12 2. Bowers Kight an.* Harrell the I
be of use to you. I I're: got( a coaiffilaslou but regular advertisers with ledger everything for car -0-
Mr. Rex Moore.* j Batteries: Schumacher, Chagnon I see .by the weekly "big four" of Dunn PUS were
for the New Sydney Record j. have their advertise- !
mind. Insane with Jeal-i Walters. Veteran nine which has accounts may CIGARS CIGARETTES,
Alberys Gabler and )lan uso; that the ; at bat. .
while J'm pver here, and I'd be ments charged. great Colonial 4
onsy. responded automatically to Jorgens and Wilson. played the local club six games: Service Station I SOFT DRINKS,
obliged; for a little story about your ) : Advertisers should give their .i
Gavin Drake's mind Insane with the South
this hs entered
tto<-ent Olghl. year, well their telephone Social life snaps: "Two by four" Clarence Crusoe, Prop. ETC.
street address as as -
hatred and revenge. He happened to that includes
Tve given all I'm Second Game Florida League slayed by a waitress in a -
.(joins fo, thankl.You're number if they desire results. was PHONE 397
be alone and he told his butler to. Uleta, I .
too late. At Philadelphia R. II. E. North :Miami CCC Camp. restaurant. Turned to 'Monk]

Then, a JUtJe ,personal story. show the visitor Into his study. i i New York ..__._ :S 9 0 South :Miami and other clubs in Kerr and sajd. "If I were only as
: With each classified!: advertisement --
As soon as he saw the -
young man. ,
Moore. Philadelphia .,. 6 10 2 that section.; Good luck to the
About sour romantic mar- big as you". .Kilbane Baker was
i Citizen will free
his knowledge of all sorts and conditions : The give an
rtese. All Australia would be keen of men made him say to him Batteries: Hubbell and Dan-,; Vets, 'Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for conspicuous with a traffic: whistle.'
on that. Particularly the A ning C. Davis and Todd. and .
women. leltA blackmailer: ; He smiled ; I : it. He attempted to stop cars --
few farts you know-when) you were and Indicated an armchair near to')'"" Cincinnati. Brooklyn. Boston! Armando Acevedo is gonig to succeeded most of the time. He
married. who married you why It bis own. | and St. Louis, not scheduled. Sanford with a great fielding and I- FOR RENT caught one motorist .running the The Old The New

was kept a serrit.. I may say that } Gavin Drake was full of nerve to-, batting record. In the last five i wrong way on First: street (a one-

cabled over a little copy ]Jyl a few night He had the unmistakable feel, AMERICAN LEAGUEAt games: he has been to the bat 20 BUNGALOW FOR kENT-Mod- way street) and told him to turn

casual remarks on 'spec you know. ing that luck was with him. He was' Detroit R. H. E. times. He has scored nine runs. i ern conveniences and garages. left at the next corner. .He wasobeyed.

Hut It guilts they' can't ,!find any going with the tide. He did not Chicago -. 2 10 0, and ha hit safely 12 times-four'' Apply Valdes Bakery .Wrinkley Ingraham hada

would record fa!of down your like marriage hot cakes and I It a trouble to choose'his words. He said. Detroit _... m 512 1'': doubles and two homers. He has I aug8-lmo signal of "boomba" which he I

stateiuf from )'ou.R ." whatever came Into his head. Batteries: Whitehead, Salveson j stolen five bases a base!: a game. used all during the game. The

-"You are a newspaper man from and Sewell; Crowder and Coch- In fielding he hrs had 17 assists!: !! l FURNISHED APARTMENT mod- manager of Dunn Bus wanted to

I9t MOORE towered over the Australia. Mr. Drake?" asked Albery rsne. seven putouts and three errors. [ ern conveniences, 628 White or know.if the word was Spanish. .

young man. tn 'his' toneless commandingvoice. That is some work for a shortstop. I Gaiti's Barber Shop. ang6 Esmond wore the tires' off MonkREPAIRING
.rWhat..papoer do you represent At New York R. II. E.' I
"Blackmail _
Itr be asked quietly / '
? .- __ 9 16 0'', RENT the
Philadelphia BICYCJ.ES.-.WE
I r---- made
tit won't Ao, Dunbar, What do' The young matt explained about New York 6 11 3i:, Arrangements are being Hour Day or Week. Repair i .; "!. .... !.. .. +, 1 I ;
you mean--they cant find the
records his ; 'OVIDg .commission from the I, to have a fight card: for Friday G.
Batteries Marcum and Richards all makes and paint them with
r.f niy marriage T Who wants to find : that
New'S.dney Record. 16th at the new boxing arena
any? \\11.... business Is II-when and! ; Deshong. Tamulis. ,Malone the Recreation Department has Nu-EnameL We carry a full UTO
"And you say you have news concerning
where I was married lex,.Moore. the airman?i and Dickey. just erected at the Navy Field.BEER supply of parts. Agent for the OA
"1ul my dear chap, of course It's Rellfast and Dayton Bicycles. ,
atrtoadf his?
you I
frlrjbtfully interesting down1 j there!' "An aoqualntanfeTelr. I knew hlml! First Game 1 i. And sell them as low as $5.00 .. v \

And to an Australian' girl You must In Australia." At St. Louis R. II. E. :; BOYS DOWN down and $1.00 per week. We II.g .

see'I "Do you come here. a friend of i Cleveland ..:__14 16 l' Bay and Sell all makes of used

see nothing: except that mybnalness his?" I St. Louis .._..........._ S 10 2'' Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I

is my own." said the airman "Not exactly. have come to gin I Batteries: Pearson, Stewart and ,' PICKED PLAYERS. Stowers company. 615 Duval

shortly'. you a piece of Information that I Phillips; Cain, Thomas, Walkup I street. jly9
"too might have a heart and give think you ought to know. And. &1-6, and Hemsley. 1{I 0

me a lea jap." put In Gavin Drake, though he was not aware of it. his, i i WANTED
with his TTT (I BASEBALL GAME PLAYED Not More Than One Half Million
mOlt Ingratiating'smile.Of .
; '
voice revealed all the venom ands( Second Game .'
course I don't want to do any spite In his soul At St. Louis R. H. E. 1' YESTERDAY RESULTS IN OLD RAGS WANTED-Must be

thing you wouldn't like but I am In "I see. Then you would not Cleveland __ 5 10 .1 I' clean. Will pay from 5c to lOc I

rather a bad way and a good newspaper me to ring up Moore and ask him toI[ St. Louis -..-..-- 9 10 3 SCORE OF 3 TO 2By per pound. The Citizen Of He.1 Dollars AllowedIf

story would be the making of come along? He lives quite close." Batteries: L. Brown Winegar- aag8-tf THERE'S STILL A

me. I wouldn't dream of doing It "Xo" the young man looked, ner and Brenzel; Rnott and Heath. YEAR OR TWO AC-

without your consent of course but alarmed. I ( JOVE) I I WANTED-A chance to bid on you have an old OUT-OF-DATE BEDROOM
you know how the public all over the AlI right!" Albery was now satisled. -; {'I The Wagner: Peer defeated a next printing order. The TIVITY IN THE "OLD DINING ROOM or LIVING ROOM SUITE in fair

world"Out cobbles with m-!np'a Interrupted m'ltery--Moore. "Tell me. please, what you"} LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN I picked i team yesterday!! at the Navy;:i; your Artman Press., aug7 BUS" if proper care is condition and would like to exchange it at a reason

His eyes were stormy "Is It black. know and think I ought to know. ,, Field! in a very interesting game I i taken. I able price for something new and up-to-date and pay

mall or Is It not?" (CopJfJig1Jt. lili. CoralU Stanton} : of basebalL Tie game was excit-i PIANO TUNING I the.difference .in cash or on terms it will be to your

Gavin Drake took heart. He had LEAGUE 'ing I I from start if finish and Wick-11 11i And we're jn the business I interest to investigate our exchange department,

evidently landed a blow He wasToday's oienty.TO Drake. makes, tomorrow a little Club- W. L. Pct. i| ers and Bethel pitched a good PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo. of putting that old I which is something new we have recently estab
Dtroit.: 63 31 4game.I 'Saline car
--- --- New York ._._ 56 40 .583 II III yours .
i Bethel in the fifth also did a goodjob. cheap. 1018 Division street.

'eee..eeeeeeee.ee.eSCC. I Se .e..e..eepseeeeeeeeee Chicago .._ 52 .U .5.c2 i A, Acevedo,''it four safely in Jly25-lmo condition.We FREE-With each BEDROOM SUITE ax beautiful
Boston ... -- 52 4S .520 times at 1 at and two were i ii
Horoscope SUBSCRIBERS as many know automobilesand Rayon Silk Bed Spread. With each Dining Room
Cleveland 49 50 .495 i jrood for .iou'>..cs. 31. Lopez F. ROOMS'''
I Buffet Wall Mirror. With
to all ail Suite, an up-to-date : each
.eeee.ee..ee..e. Philadelphia .._._ U 51 .446 i Acevedo and Al Rodriguez also how cure

Today gives impulsive disposition ,If you do act receive: year Washington ...._... 43 57 .430 1 hit two safely in four times at bat. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled ments. Living Room Suite, your choice of any Floor or

deposed to into affairs paper by 6:15 o'clock in the St. Louis ---.-._ 34 63 .351 In the field. leaders were P. Art- in price and location, I 1 Table. Electric Lamp in our immense stock.

run ,afternoon call telephone 51 1 man. who bandied six c1)ancesI) running water. 128 N. E. 4th LET US ESTIMATE! ;
often, wen falling out of I I 10 PER
I aad a paper will be seat to NATIONAL LEAGUE i without an error M. Loncz and I j l street, Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox
them. The nature is affectionate your borne. A complaint boy ,Club- W. L. i'ct Domenech. I ORDER.; LIBERAL; TERMS; IF DESIREDLong's ; :

and probably Demonstrative, but k on duty at thia office from New York 65 36 .6ft I Score by tunings: R. IL E. 1 i FOR SALE Trevor & Morris I

inclined to wail: over troubles that: I I 6:15 to 715 p. m. for the Chicago ..__ 66 4. .611 I 1 Wagner Boer-

are really too small to notice. In purpose of delivering com St. Louis _..._ 61 39 .610 'I -' ,021 000 000-3 7 3 OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two -tNe.- Furniture Store

many cases.. good fortune may follow -I i plaint Help .a five yon 100 Pittsburgh ........__ 56 (9 ,,533 i Picked "f earn- bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of.

through enthusiasm for a certain :-'I prcat service by eating 51 Brooklyn ._...45 i6 .U6 ; 001 000 100-2 10 11|I, fiee. octl6 I "OUest .Contjamoms Ford I

variety of work. I if yon do not receive The Citl- Philadelphia 46 66' :451:, Batteries: Wickers and Joe Na-i Dealer U the World" 800 FLEMING STREET PHONE d0r

.I aen.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Cincinnati ,. 45 58 .437 i r varro-Bethel: ,.Saliaera. and &t>d-j!SECOND- SHEETS-500' for JSOe.

Subscribe: to The Citizen,' Boston "_____ : Y6 75 .257- rlgaez.. \- The-Artman Press. jing7 r -- .

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........................................;........ ...... .. .... CATHOLICS HAVE ROBBER PRACTICES I I r CRUISER ROBBED
PERSONAL MENTIONC. .1 I =; : I SEWARD Alaska.-Uore that
CHICAGO. Cornelius :Cchoondermark :; -

SOCIETY : -: ............ .. ...................... .............. LONG'SSTORENOWPLANNED SPECIAL WORSHIP I II $1,000 was stolen from the safe
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:-: I was recently robbed of of the Cruiser Houston while anchored -
Sam B. Curry, clerk of criminal 1 i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richards eleven dollars but few minutes'' in the harbor here.
................................................. court, who was on a abort left over thq East Coast yesterday a Ii _
business trip to Homestead, returned '' afternoon for Philadelphia, Catholics! are now having their later the robber came back to his The bandit said "I was just prac:

Miss Meluie Louise Nottage yesterday. ,'I Washington and other cities in annual novena in honor of the store and gave him the money ticing."

W 1 the north and east, and will spend ANNEX BUILDING TO BE CONSTRUCTED church's -tronal feast Mary,, ,-- ---
Becomes Bride Of : Jolly !t,i some time with Mr. Richard's; Star of the Sea. August; 15. Its
Gulman Kirchik was a return-I Ii 'family i at Port Norris N. J. ON WILLIAM chief purpose it is shown' is to;
The home of Mr. and Mrs. T.I the bride, was matron of honor.I ing yesterday passenger from over a short the East business Coast; j t r I STREET SIDE OF FURNI- beg God to avert tropical ..torms.Rt. .'i

Grinnell She wore a blue lace dress and i 1 Mrs. R. J. }Favorite wife of Rev. Bishop Barry is asking the I I
at 506 :
Oiborne Nottage At- I
Miami with his ,
visit in son
I carried basket of pink radiance.I'!; Construction TURE ESTABLISHMENT j priests and people. of his Take Chances
atreet was the scene of a beautiful a torueyv ack Kirchik-i .- \ engineer of the i Why
home wedding Thursday evening The flower girls were Faye : JL V. ? J 1- j-* | 1: Stone and Webster, corporation, to offer prayers till O< 26th1 I.
when their daughter Melvie II I Elizabeth Bervaldi, dressed in blue I ;I and her two daughters, left yesterday Plans are now'being made fort so that Florida*may be' free from

Louise became the bride of Wilson organdie and Lorraine Nottage in "Uliss Maria 'Farto, who was: afternoon for the home in: the construction of a large annex j these: tempests., |,' of Food A

Jolly, eon of Mrs. Gladys,I I pink organdie. They carried spending a vacation with lriendsl I:1 Boston, Mass.. after a very pleas-1) building to, Long'p! Furniture Store The National Guard units. at the I' Spoilage
Jolly. t baskets of rosess.The in Miami' returned on 'ant and entertaining visit of sev-1 and will adjoin'thd present building encampment are welcomed to attend
bride beautifully .! Ha-1\ from the rear on William this novena at 7:30 p. m.. it
The bride was given in mar was vana Special yesterday. I eral weeks. Mr. Favorite expects'to I
in white satin-back street. I i i i. stated as w<*jl as the Sunday when for as little as SEVEN e
riage by her father with Notary I gowned crepe remain in Key West for another -! I
Public J. G. Piodela, officiating, and tulle veil with cap effect. month. j Mr. Long closed: a deal this: week I cervice-at and 9:30 a. m. CENTS A' DAY you can a' '''!
was I Ir
Mica Maria Crespo an arrival in which he purchased a lot 50x100 ---
the ring ceremony. I She carried a bouquet of pink j i have the protection that a tF
using I yesterday from Miami for a I II feet in the rear of the property i:
I Love You Truly" was 5W'eet-j gfadiolas.The and ,his attendant vacation with her parents and'I I Mrs. Allan B.' Cleare Sr.. and which he already owns and will begin -i MANY BARGAINS General Electric Refrigerator ,
ly sung by Miss Rosemary Saun-, groom I I daughter Miss Dorothy t'leare,1: ',
Gilbert Demeritt, wore white other relatives. immediately to assemble material gives you. Foodd: are
ders. Lohengrin's by Wedding bliss Mayfield, J i;left yesterday afternoon for a vacation -! for the new two-story build-i i AT MENDELL'S kept at a constantly ideal r;""':
was played suits.A l: of several weeks with relatives i ing. I '
Knowles as the pridal party decended -, reception was held followingthe Wesley Archer who was enjoying -! in Miami. ]} I temperature. The refrigerator ; ,
This will two
annex serve
and the bride was pur- -
the stairs. ceremony vacation with relatives in :
a with the sealed-in-stecl : :
Elizabeth Not-, the recipient. of many beautiful and Miami pies A portion of the building!! .
Miss Dorothy Tampa, St. Petersburg -
Mendcll's! Exclusive Men's Shop,
will be used to demonstrate to
tage, sister of the bride, was maid gifts. I returned over the East Coast Ivar Axelson, who was in Key: modernistic,, 517 Duval street, is advertising mechanism needs no atten-
customers just how
The couple left this! West in connection with matters tion-not '
of honor. She wore pink organdie j young yesterday. | '' some attractive items in to even oiling-and ;
furniture should look when very
: the highway for pertaining to tax adjustments prop
basket of morning over re.!
and a pinkj day'spaper. carries a five guarantee
arranged. In the various sections -
radiance.D1i's. I Miami, where they will spend quested on a large tract;'of land erly .
of the building the suites will Special prices on leading nationally on itS most vital
their honeymoon. Mrs. W. E. Huston returned in the northwestern of Mon\ part-the
W. .G Skibsted, aunt of part
advertised lines of men's wear HOLDS AU THIS IOODI2qt
in model
yesterday from, a vacation spent' roe county and addressed the be arranged rooms. I t,r mechamsm.
_.. h are listed. Manhattan underwear, .
'-" -' -- Recently Long's Furniture Store a talk 21i
-- with relatives and friends in
Time At Raid's Malones To Entertain Jacksonville.Mrs. county night, left commissioners yesterday Wednesday afternoon'' adopted a policy of taking in old I I I bathing suits and polo shirts andNunnBush Elec.tnc refrigeration IS. a :t p1a doa..tbee eaas..2nmnit I I.brntt
Shoes featured.
Big I suites as part payment for new are I face t betel. seta.
Tomorrow EveningOne 'I' F. N. G. Officers for Miami. i\i furniture provided that they are in This new store carries an outstanding necessity and not a luxury. b t b.nl.cl.rrin.2lbs rn..S It..,......1 .I....
j line of men's whichis It is Economical Safe and tears. I bin tet..ber
Charles Lunn Jr., and fair condition. The used furniture wear I I.,: 2 Ib to.aoet 1 brab
in Miami with.. Donald Curry, Sr., left yester-1 carried in very nicely displayed. relere ar.p. tr..1k
events of this Officers of the 265th Regiment daughter who were business will be on partof Durable. Ask the"h'undredg .:t
of the big Mr. of the Lopez' day afternoon for Miami\ with his this building.Mr. I .. o...:..r dote. art. nof
Coast A'rtiJlery Florida National Lunn manager satisfied in I IU tIft..s. 1 Ib.
week will be the dance and floorshow !little'son. Donald Jr., who was I checksMALARIA users Key lad e Z Itft.e.et c...
diamondball team returned over, Long's optimism over .
Guard.ar of ,
to be guests Mayor I I ai-e" 1 qt. w.ter bold.25.eckfreeaiaa .
at Raul's Club on Roosevelt and-MUs.'Wim! H. Malone'thU eve- the East Coast yesterday. :1 I recently operated on in Miami for future of this city is demonstrated -,I est. tine 125
I f. ice c.bet-a Ibe. 5t fell.
Boulevard tomorrow evening. ning at the residence 729 Division I I congenital dislocation of the hip|I in this new move of expanding 6 6 6
I and will have the,cast, placed 12, his large furniture business. lie in 3 days
Magic for the affair will be fur- ,, street. I W. E. Hawkins, freight traffic 1
weeks ago, removed. |,! believes that Key West i is
nished by the 265th Regiment Each been year coming since to the Key regimenthas West'' Coast manager Railway.of the and L.Florida E. Spencer East +I, on firmly the upgrade and is looking for I.'tw.Y.lolclaCOLDS! The Key W ejs l Electric( Company

Coast Artillery Band of which''Caesar ,, first
Mayor and Mrs. Malone have entertained 1 II assistant general freight agent, Subscribe to The Citizen-20c ward to a good winter season this SJve -Nest Drs.s day.
LaMonaca is the conduc' the officers with a din' arrived yesterday for a confer- weekly. |i l year. \ TONIC uJ LAXATIVE

tor.The I ner party with a number of local I[ence with local officials and to --- -- .- -

program of dance music people attending. < meet old friends. ,

for this affair will be the latest i: Mrs. Malone is completing today ,

dance numbers. Manager Raul final arrangements for the S. F. Robbins!, superintendentmotive
dinner at which there will be more i I Ii of U
Vasquez states that he has arranged !than 100 guests. 1 1 the Florida power East and Coast machinery Railway, f4'xc REPRODUTION$
surprise floor bet t
a sperial Music for the evening will arrived yesterday for a short]I
show that is bound .to delight I furnished by the orchestra from'I business visit with J. D. Aldrich,'

everyone attending. Caesar LaMonaca's regimental;; terminals.
foreman at these
An unusual program is being band.v

arranged by George Mills White, .
and he promises some new fea- Earl Hathaway, deputy sheriffat
Give Dance At
tures will be introduced by members l\latecumbe, :who was in Key -

of the national guard, which' Country Club West on business and to spend a '
I few days with Mrs. Hathaway
i are now: in rehearsaL
Miss Janice Lewis and Mr. i )[embersrt; ; Key West left yesterday afternoon for hisstation.
HOME 11 Exquisite Subjects = In Lovely Colors
White are preparing some new Country Club and officers of the YOUR .
duets which arc to be presented i', visiting Florida National Guardsmen WITH
I I I < to Choose from
tomorrow nights Two specialty will jointly give a dance at !Miss Harriet Roberts, who; was 1. Like the OriginalMasterpieces I

numbers by the band are to beI I+I the clubhouse on Wednesday, in Key West several days with PICTURE Subject; Artist .

featured on the program. I I August 14. at 10 o'clock. I relative s and friends returnedover "EVENTIDE:'* fink _
There will also be an entirelynew This affair is expected to be the East Coast yesterday to MOTHERWJoitrW == i .' -
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and artistic: dance routine byGerald well attended by members of theI her home in Miami Beach. T1dakolltlRepnNltontona of bantlf r '
I I ul paintings measuring It lashes "BIRTH OF THE FLAP M.*v '
his ti a
Finder and
dancing: West Club officers
Key Country }
12 Inche time i sw '
i I I by many . sntt5e.5.de
pardner, and a number of other I of the guardsmen. I II Julius f'. Stone Jr., assistant *55.thepIctnre.bowa.Yooanoot 4."POPPIES" 1e e,' + tlyyy't TLS I
features will make up a. programof to WPA Administrator Harry L. rich Inuftiix heavyweight theft b *Mock ty. printed.. lowly on s-AIT1r.. . MaoU entertainment. and Mrs. Stone, who : 6." PANEa..... --
)perfect :I Hcbana-Madrid dub Hopkins blending color* than Picture
A large number of reservations were enjoying a delightful vacation .. 7.THE HORSE TRADER"Htrgtt
Her chane b oafy
U m : to your
for this event have already 4 i To Pat On Dance in Key West, left yesterday bom Here .r. wonderful art na.'fOREST BROOK" c.dc; '. +i r/ the
..' % at Left
I productfcxw that yon will tit prod I ,
been made which assures a good 4I afternoon for Jacksonville where to own.They reflect food tacte anddUcrlminatJon. S.THE DOCTOR" YtUa ,,.y
attendance. I'I\ Habana-Madrid Club will hold they will stop for one day and People who *.e* 10."WE" .' KIt. 4 i I (ACTUAL SIZE-16 inches by 12 inches)

Refreshments which are now its regular Saturday night danceat then proceed to Washington D. C.I their them beauty.In your'bom*will remark t .DAY DREAMS .,Sfre-r -_/* a
served under a new policy at this the!.clubhouse, corner Duval;
club, consists ,only ,o(' beers:t and Front,, streets,' at the usual i iI Thoneandt tb.orta..I..lntinaLSoIne..oId of doflart would not buy UMbKkotMchrtprodacttoa G et Them with

wines, tonkins and rye highballs.'I hour tomorrow night. I matter*and are not for.....Other On bas tetcrcMinft.bWorie*!
I I; This affair is for members and represent. the bat work of modern ketch of both the s !i
MENDELL'SExclusive artist* TOILET SOAP
Dance Tonight At their invited guests. Music will .Rath. -
There Lpletw. a picture for everyone-a artist. s
i I be furnished by Del Woods' Ha- .for every room-a ptctur ty a'N mt.s f
Cuban Clab Lana-Madrid Orchestra. 4 1 I for eftC71DOOdo y etw Nitsty d t ,L a .

1t t tI Now three cotorfuLdiLur.Rrwor"e'ca.,,, b .,c PSt' vk I i % 5 ,

Tonight at the Cuban Club'I Melody Hoar \I d action*of Beautiful Painting arc atN tdtf"s '
Robert J. Perry Chapter Order of made available no extra eipense to's fpefit et1 ,
Men's Shop to you. By*p clal arrangement wo 'fi
DeMolay, will sponsor another of! Thursday Night \! are offering yon your choice of one rtPE '
their popular dances, and a large; MANHATTAN UNDERWEAR, reproduatonwltheacb, porch***of cw" ?tsrd ,;,+ yr6 ei,.
t *
Las Toilet So.pa.fmtured. -:; t
crowd is expected to be in attend-I:I Next Thursday night, the ninth' shirts or c'.T's-,1 Iefi
50c Thi U the outstanding offer of 1915.
ance to enjoy the evening's en':; Key West Meloly Hour will be
shorts _
There are eleven beautiful picture j. oe"y tun cHoice of of At eleven rcproaWfioiu
? *jresw any
tertainment.The :I| presented under the direction of from which to choose.
Florida Keys, a popular" Commodore von, Mietk-Liuba, H. EY SHORTS AND WITHVisit

local orchestra will furnish music D..tC I II SHIRTS, each _50c of These Stores and Select Your Reproductions
for the evening. i 1 I |Key West's outstanding planistsj. -' MANHATTAN Any EACH: PURCHASE OIFmW

The DeMolay summer dance I, will be on the program, acecording.to ) POLO SHIRTS 51.00 *

are becoming very popular with t| announcement made OTIS SLEEVELESS RICHARDSON'S GROCERY TOILET
the public it is stated. t 1 f ; 25c/ nftttvwCATCP Ltrx
tOdayo. SOAP
I SHORTS, white 25c

A GLIMPSE OFMAN'S : 1 I BATHING Newton Street email

Strap attached), PABLO CALLEJA'S GROCERY 2forl9c -
man, 85, in suing his 36-year-old at _. $1.95 \ _
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wife for divorce in this city char -! GRAND SLAM QC flft
line of a huge fish. An there was
ed her with tying him in bed atl 1 SHIRTS, 3 for __ DOUUMEN'S SAUNDERS GROCERY '
my precious tandem spinner hang night and in a chair by day.PALACE. SHOES, in Whites. ROBERT So safe-and little gees so tar t Tk Barry s a1 ; S ..
533 William Street
ing front his mouth. lie seemed
Sports, or motionless but nearby several other RATS Blacks _u_ l77fJ

spinner' fish moved slightly. The SaidO', 930 SontHard Street 700 Caroline Street
action of the water turning the USE STEARNS'PASTE at _._ ._ RINSONo I

small. spoons' on the spinner attracted otltY l\XO\; ITO SOCKS, aU sizes II. R. PINDER'S GROCERY bouinf-Noscrubbing. E. K. WILSON'S GROCERY

the other fish. And there I was and colors, flM flft 923 Fleming Street Save 630 Elizabeth Street

l to witness a small battle under the TUBES" 3 pairs __.._._ ti>l.UUEDGETON :; time money, .


We never did find out the vic Bush product ggtQQ 530 Francis Street II! Georgia AvenneWEINTRAUB'S

tor. Toward night: with our fill at '_ mall

of fish, and good it tasted (I shall Reb Russell in PIONEER BELTS, ( 1 flft LOWE'S CASH ROCERY GROCERY

never forget it), aKo a few big LIGHTNING TRIGGER _"___ 50c and Ol.UU 1117 Division Street 2forl7cLIFEBUOY 700 Elisabeth Street
on .. .
ones packed away in snow CHENEY CRAVATS, ( ftft -
the glacier on the north slope, we Tom,Mix in "Miracle\ Rider" newest patterns $1| .vv WEECirS GROCERY A. J. BETHENCOURT

lay down for a last night's sleep- and ComedyMabaces II I w .' 830 Francis Street r, 1028 Division Street

in God's country. 5-l Oct NigMt 10-I5e II "
Morning saw us treeking backto I .. MRS. CARRIE'S GROCERY ':, FERNANDEZ AND SON

our homes. Each and every one -- "l 80S Ashe. StreetSAAVYER'S ." ,... 1211D..aIStreet

of us carried haunting memoriesof ,: ,, .: ";. ,

a few days of such' peace and STEAMSHIP Co. "..,r .' CASH GROCERY JUAN MAYGS GROCERY #
is seldom experienced HEALTH SOAP :
enjoyment as -P & '0 600 Franc!i. Street White StreetBAKERS
The tall cathedral
by us mortals. UNITED STATES FAST StopstlB.O.--fmbelllduDaJUna

pines, the silence, and the, MAIL ROUTES FOR't GROCERY J. M. FERNANDEZ GROCERY
wonder of unsurpassed!
magical 822 Fleming Street 1128 Packer Street
scenery of that country.Out t roar TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES 3 for '

where the blue begins. Effective March lath, 1935 ARCHER'S GROCERY A. EINHORN'S GROCERY

Leave Key- West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, 814 Fleming Street t. .01 DnvJ Street
DEMOLAYDANCE i Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I LIC FAUSTO'S GROCERY
I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon- A. SALGADO'S GROCERY
t I days,630P.M. I Eato* Street Dnval Street

Ticket, Reservation sad! Information Ticket Office) .. tie '

Cuban Club Tonight Gents 40c: i I Dek. Tfce..J.71'I H. COSTAR. Agent. r I I =:__ fllh9 / GE" T'YOURS WHILE THE SfpPLy70( LASTSP .