The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00089
 Material Information
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 10, 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: UF00048666:00089
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[For Associated Best 65 Interests Years Service.Freas Devoted of Key Oar West to Wire the 1b; i{ )r-. W tS.t Cittat( t most range country Key West equable of; only,with Florida 14'*an Fahrenheit h'v', :has: the the \



Tent City Housing Thirty-Thousand TREES SOUGHT I SMALL FIRE BETTER TOURISTSEASON Congress Critics Eye "Third House"


Built' In-Capital For. Scout Jamboree, IN THIS AREA;I ALARM SOUNDED; AT !EARLY \ I As Session .Limps. Toward d Adjournment

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Complete Community With BENEFIT SHOVl/To'r' HOUR FROM BOX 223. I I -
Own Water Communications PRO-! -

Transportation BAND BUY> MUSIC -I An alarm of fire from Box 223

ISLAND CITY I I':at Whitehead and Division streets QUIRIES SAME ing Closing Days Of

SystemsBy Num- HOURI
Lummoned apparatus from
Legislative BodyBy
MANAGER OF PALACE THEATER Trees of any kind are being I ber 1 and Number 3 fire stationsat That Key West is to have a I I i

ALEXANDER GEORGE 4:40 o'clock this morning. good tourist season during the MRS. WOODWARD WIFE OF AWAITING FINAL ORDERS TO
R. West Tree
PROPOSES GIVING PERFORMANCE asked for by the Key I Notice of the fire was conveyed

WASHINGTON, Aug. 10.-A TO HELP CAUSEON I its program of planting with pre geant John Espercy, Battery "E," in the number of inquiries WILL BE FEATURED VOCAL Hr As..et.ied Press)

great teat city Is ruing rapidly on AUGUST 20 liminary activities getting ,under- National Guard who was on dutyat being received by the housing de- UNDER DIRECTION OF KEY WASHINGTON Aug. .-

that !sour and saw the smoke. partment of the Key West Ad- SOLOIST ON PROGRAMMrs. WEST ADMINISTRATIONA I
today. The legislative institution knownas
the banks of the Potomac river, way He drove in his car to the station ministration. Most of the requests I

Gonzalo Bezanilla manager of Especially are three large coco and gave the alarm. are for small cottages and the conference always assumes .
hard by the verdant Virginia I nut trees required for particular the scene the engines 1
one Arriving on bungalows "near the water. Myrle\ Woodward, wife of
the Palace has entered demolition will start
I Theater in ac- project t major importance i in the
lopes which lead to the tomb of I place but others are requested, were immediately put The housing department yes-
Regimental Commander M. R.
into the idea of aiding here Monday the second WPA i
heartily time the flames i
tion anVl\! in brief
a terday closed negotiations for two
such as poinciana Spanish lime.woman' closing days of congress, but as
America Unknown Soldier. the Key West Hospitality bandin were subdued. more winter residents arrangingfor I Woodward will be featured vocal I project to get under way locally. j
tongue, orchid mahog- I
securing funds with which to the rental -of one of th, re- soloist on the program to be presented Although a number of projects I II the present grueling session limps
This complet. community, with Geiger frangipani !'seagrape
purchase new music for the orga SECRETARY : habilitated Gardner houses for this evening at the national I have been approved by the state i r toward adjournment it has
gumbo limbo, banana, sand box,
iU own water communication nization. the entire season beginning November guard encampment beginning office in Jacksonville for Key!,
oleander euphorbia. Spanish bay- 1. This attractive houseis 7:30 o'clock. emerged as the most powerful
and .transportation system and I ,He to give a benefit GRAY 1 I West, it is impossible to start work
proposes onet, hybiscus and others. STATER. to be occupied by Mrs. M. S. Mrs. Woodward has been heardat I

4 its will bo program August 20. the theater Tuesday actual planting will begin Griswold who visited here last former encampment concerts I I on them until final approval is factor in operation on capitol
even own newspaper, ,
I l providing an excellent program of when a force of men of the ARRIVES ,winter in company with her son'I and it is needless to. say said a given in Washington it was pointed hilt

the home for 10 days-August *21 i pictures and the band providing' FERA with a truck will begin op- HERE I Oliver, who is assistant directorof : number of her admirers that her i out this morning in the district

'erations starting from the waterfront I public relations for the! Federal appearance will be: greeted by a I With administration leaders
to 30-of 30,000 Boy Scouts of the musical interest instrumentaland I WPA offices. Jest as rapidly as
on Duval street north and Emergency Relief Administration large number of muic lovers who
vocal He hopes that music I I : work will be undertaken.
I possible, "hopeful and the rank and file
America meeting In first national lovers as well as those interestedin going south to Eaton street. GUEST AT NATIONAL in Washington. Word also have expressed a hope that she

the success of the band will I The guild is expecting and hop- ENCAMPMENT EXPECTED was received that C. B. Baldwin:I would be billed ,on the t'rograir t I Ii of members prayerful that ad.
jamboree on the 25th anniversary! the performance in' ing for the cooperation of prop- ; assistant administrator in! charge 1 I I this year. I Neither the local office nor the i

of the founding of the -American, large patronize numbers. I I erty owners in the city in this pro- TO LEAVE THIS EVENING,lof operations in Washington; for!!! The first number to be sung! b/ state office has jurisdiction over journmeat is in sight the bulk of

gram.; No trees are td be planted the Resettlement Administration,l!I Mrs. Woodward will be a sopranosolo I I
The title of "Little Miss KeyWest" HOWEVER wage scales which prevail in Key the most important legislation
scout movement. f except with permission of the would spend a month in Key West:: "Pale Moon an Indian Love
I which has been conferred i I[ Wes, it aba was emphasized. M.
I property owners along the street during the season. j jI i I| Song by Logan to be followedby considered by the congress rests
f on Miss Ruth Roberts by those -- E. Gilfond district director of.
Jamboree situated within i "
city : and all planting.will be on the ; "The demand is largely for i,i "I Love Life, by Manna Zucca. -
who heard her singing, has been I WPA. succeeded in getting a 10 !
the .shadow of the Washington!! challenged and the band proposesto 1 property and not on the sidewalk. Secretary of State R. A. GraY'1 I email houses and apartments and, percent increase above the established in conference. It' up to a small
'; All having trees which of Florida is guest at j; The instrumental solo number
i a
monument and within sight of the a contest inviting all I persons frankly we have more requestsnow schedule but this was made of numbers of both housesto
dose of the capitol will be the I who stage care to compete with Miss I| they,would like to give to the guild campment of the 265th: Regiment}! than we can possibly fill un-i!I will be "The Girl of My l>rclm"o" possible because of conditions I group

I and thus become one of the many Coast Artillery, Florida National!i I less Key West advise at composed and ..Ia'ed on the trombone decide the fate of measures
scene of the ;argest l>peacetime Roberts to attend the performance l,I I' beautification t people us ,! here and does not in any' way I
to take part in this Guard this afternoon but will ty Private Sunny Clapp.
of in the nation'shistory. : let the public hear them eing! : I once of any plans they have for: mean that additional increases can
gathering youth *. debated and fought over for
communicate !
plan are requested to ,possibly remain only for a few available r lip compete program llons:
Boys from state of and determine who is'entitled to j I I making places for rental 'be procured. I
every with eitherlrs. Wm. R. Warren -{ hours, as he contemplates leaving;, March. "Chicago: Tribune"-
the union will mingle with fellow' the honor of being called "tattle'Miss : A. D. i during the season, Miss\ Ilee/i t i I Meantimeanticipating rapid month
American scouts and serve as;: : Key West". 1 I at 511 Eaton Von Pfister or street. I Ii I this afternoon. I Williams! in charge of the housing -', Chambers. Suite in proval of additional projects alt-I bill the
1119 The utility
t Luethi Upon his arrival over the East::; department said this morn-I "La Feria Spanish I banking ;
host delegations from all parts oft All little girls of seven years,I i sons: formerly employed on
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Coast this afternoon he met Three Parts Lacome. bin.AA
i !!i j was : ing. holding company
the world. j who wish to enter this contest. oft I habilitation projects were urged to
+t requested to contact Victor(; Kirke. who are actively engaged in J I II by Colonel Mayre R. Woodward, Apartments, cottages, and bungalows Popular Fox Trot "'Ie reapply for employment through amendments TVA amendment.",
Foreign Lands RepresentedScout 1 are II making preparations for the program : and went in one of the regiment's I Capri" (Requested)-Grob*. I
all in demand andempha.ud
Larsen of the recreational service I I 1'0.i are the U. S. Employment Service, in the social security bill-to mention
will continue to do Woodward
contingents from Engl and | direct to the Soprano Solos by Myrle -:
I conveyances she ; a request made of the
order that
land France Spain, Hungary who can be found daily at during the period of activity are I where he met the official family.1, earlier in the week for all infor- "Pale Moon" (An Indian plicants can case be,established. ap- only a few-are in confer-
Park. I
Chile, Cuba and a score. or more'': Bayview There number of other 1, requesting tree lovers and those)II and their families. mation relative to contemplated Love Song), Logan, and "I Love The entire: program of the WPAis ence where desperate ffortt are

of other countries are on their! are a I interested in the plan. to assist in j While at the camp The Citizen places for rentaL Life" Mans Zucca. being made to iron out inconsistencies
be in-( of work and the -
features to one congressional
L way, to- tlJ't..Jamboree.' -troduceZ entertaining-..' .injrtheve ing -of L:fupErvs\n7.: Jhg! '_fo work. the Th., actual t. are] wasttold byU1e-Gray..tbat.while[. .. .Overture* "J'octand, Peasant"I' I a( appropriation i-c rry n-g bctw entw! ** versions
iniliore"e > "pleitffr"of' .
"Highwill g P ot""oi'e ) which. it is a.Sured,1will I men do nothing would give him greater (Requested-Sunny) \ on the program does not include of the same bill as passed by the
be the grand review;: on! performance be of a highly entertaining work but supervisors are needed.;J pleasure than to remain over un- FERA CUEN'fSil rd and composed by Private Sunny funds for handling direct relief.A senate and house.

August 21. President Roosevelt!.nature. they said. j jPAUL til tomorrow ,he had a very im- Clapp.A wage scale was worked out in Norris Fights ConferencesThe
who is honorary president of the I Ii I in another Musician Astray in the For-'
portant engagement MUST RE-APPLY Ihe nation's capital designed to encourage precipitated by house
organization will drive slowly I SAWYER 48 t part of the state and felt he est.-Hermann. With Instrument- employment by private row
through the entire assemblage of MISSE.MOFFAT should leave this afternoon. il al Effects; in the Distance. concerns and over this scale the conferees on the holding company

scouts lined up on both sides of i His going it was said at the FORPOSITIONS i Popular Fox Trot. "About A district office has no jurisdiction. bill as to whether. the youthful .*

Constitution avenue. The scouts RETURNS CITY i DIED HERE TODAvlI ; camp will be a great disappointment I Quarter to Nine"-Warren. Benjamin Cohen braintrmter
then will march to the Ellipse.near I as he was expected to be Selection from "The Chocolate and 'one of the 'authors of thu

the Washington monument, I guest of honor at the dance and COMPLETE:; RE-CHECK OF ALL Soldier"-Straus. measure should be permitted tohit

where the President will give FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD 1 floor _show scheduled for tonightat i The Star Spangled Banner. RAPIDITY SHOWN in on the conference as ail

them formal greeting and welcome HAD BEEN VISITING AT MANY I the Club )Miramar and in an- PERSONNEL IN KEY WEST Warrant Officer Caesar La Mon- adviser to senators has focused

to the capitaL TOMORROW AFT. I ticipation of his arrival a fishing ADMINISTRATION IS NOW sea. rviiduc'tr. announce there IN n1AIL SERVICE I popular attention on this legislative -
POINTS IN COUNTRY will be concert tomorrow eve-
Mountains Of Flapjacks I party was arranged for hU enter- institution and its workingsas

Three hundred cooks: and helpers DURING VACATIONMiss I ERNOON i iI tainment tomorrow. BEING CONDUCTED ning. never before.

will labor to appease a raven-.I Senator Norris progressive Republican
ous mass hunger but there will! I OBSERVATION OF LETTER SENT FROM BREMER of Nebraska, for years
Paul E. Sawyer 48, died at his TANKER ALABAMA
be no greasy dishes for the boy Edith Moffat. daughter of I All persons who formerly were TON WASH. AUG. t. RE. half warred against what he describes -
to wash. Dish-washing at the I residence. 532 Grinnell street 9:30 I Ii employed on rehabilitation projects as the "third house" of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moffat. returned
I i o'clock this morning after an ill- CHILD ENWILLBE
jamboree has been abolished by yesterday on the, Havana COMES TO PORT such as carpenters, painters CEIVED YESTERDAY I congress but the average pern>
Dr. James E. West chief scout ex, I ness lasting pver a long period. 'I"common laborers and the like, I probably knew nothing nor was
vacation in
Special from spent
a Funeral services will be held 5 -
ecutive who has arranged for S,: different sections of the country. o'clock tomorrow afternoon from i must re-apply for employment MADE AT CLINIC service'' particularly interested in the

paper plates and cups which can]: She was the guest of her grandparents through the U. S. Employment I Rapidity of the postal proposition until now. Nonas'solution
', 925 Southard street to the First STEAMSHIP ALPHA DUE TO Service office in the Key West in these and'I to the problem and he
be burned after each meal With] Mr. and Mrs. S. M.\ Moore\ I I days of airplane
church. Rev. E.
100,000 meals served each day' Congregational ARRIVE HERE TOMORROW Administration Building. I. SCHEDULED FOR NEXT train connections was demonJll has persuaded his state to try it

that means about a million plates!!later I R. Evans will officiate.Pritchard's I i After re-application has been 'ated this week by the receiptof out, is a unicameral legislature.

that won't have to be washed jor H. L. McBride U. S: A., and Funeral Home will I AFTERNOON .made, a complete re-check: of the THURSDAY ACCORDING TO a letter from Lieuenant W. B. lie has hopes that he can induct

during the 10 days of the jam-I Mrs. McBride and went to Wash I be in charge of arrangements.; the case, including history of the case WORD GIVEN OUT BY KEY Jackson. U. S. NW recently in' congress to accept hilt reform
boree. ington. Mr. Sawyer is survived by and conditions within the family :charge of the communication I II ) but the chances for a unicameral

Fifteen thousand pounds of There Miss Moffat rode polo widow Mrs. Reva Sawyer; one son,, Steamship Alpha, of the Walker must be made by social service de- WEST ADMINISTRATIONAn I service in Key West to L.. M,!: national 1 legislature even he admits
meat and 900 bushels of potatoeswill ponies saw polo games in which Paul E. Sawyer Jr.; one daughter and Daley lines. is due tomorrow I partment case: aides.J. r Pierce. i I are a bit sliiru

be required for one meal and her uncle who is a member of the I Mrs. T. H. Pittman Chester'Sawyer ; two i afternoon from Providence, R. I.. Gerry Curtis in charge of clinic is sched- : The letter was mailed. accord 1 One of the principal objection-
Leonard and orthopedic
the milkman will have to "leave" army team participated; visited brothers Ito have her papers changed and J.abor Management and Mrs. Nina : ing to the postmark" on August advanced against the Norris pro-

30,000 quarts of milk every morn- the White House and other government -, ; one sister Miss Dalia'I i sail'for Tampico, Mexico. The vessel Ryder Johnson, director of Intake uled the for ERA next Thursday clinic. Mrs.afternoonat Nina 17 from the U. S. S. San Francisco posal is that it would upset the

ing. A mass ordei of flapjackswill activities sat in the gal- Sawyer. of is consigned to the Porter Dock and Certification under WPA. are at the Navy Yard. .! traditional American compromi'ebetween
mean a pile three times the I t I lery while congress was in session The Patriotic Daughters; Sons I company, but will not come to the both anxious that the reapplication Ryder Johnson announced this Washington and was received]; large states and email
America and Patriotic Order morning. Arrangements have
height of the Washington monu-;!t! and after leaving Washington visited I dock. be made at once so that there I yesterday at noon in Key West], ones.
of America will attend the services -! been made for the coming of Dr.
ment. l j I I other cities. rounding out a I Steamship Alabama of the will be no delay in starting new I by Mr. Pierce. The distance i i Ii Checks And Balance
in body and pallbearerswill i Arthur H. Weiland orthopedic
Some 1,200 Sea Scouts will' perfectly wonderful vacation. a the latter i Texas Oil company arrived yes-l WPA projects.Mrs. i traveled by the letter in the ..hort' It also is argued that while
be selected from specialist of Miami.
\ Johnson requested that '
have a camp in East Potomac I terday afternoon from Matanzas (space of time is approximately the conference committee or
J All clinical facilities have been
Park surrounded *by water on' organization. I Cuba had her papers changed by men who make appointments for I II 4,500 miles.TAXBOARDHAS. 'I;i I third house" frequently delay
CHARLES turned over to Dr. Weiland from
GINARTON the appointments -
three sides. i I the Porter Dock cmopany, and i I re-application teep I I and
the work of sometimes
'I for Port Arthur, to speed up the work. ,1[ p. m. to 4:30 p. m., who will i congress
Scouts from the horse corralsof BROWNE WELCOMEDBY sailed 8 o'clock | f
I arbitrary ,
assumes power
be his lint
l accompanied by nurse, I I
Wyoming, the pack saddle VISIT HERE Texas. there's much to be said for the
0c. Reimer R. N. The two are
trails of Montana the Black Hills Steamship Ozark of the Clyde-i MAKE PLANS TO I I system of checks and balances under .
GROUP IN MIAMIA I coming under the sponsorship of
of South Dakota and the grain-! : Mallory Lines arrived 8:15 o'clock the Florida Conunission for Crippled SPECL4LSESSIONCOMMISSIONERS (t it.
waving plains of North Dakota last night from New Orleans and '.! There have been examples illustrating -
FORMER (EMPLOYE OF THE sailed 9 o'clock for Miami and I REPAffiFERRIES Children. i i I
will bring with them "treasures of I I Parents may take their children this point during the pr<*'

the trail" depicting outdoor life I CITI4SN NOW LOCAT. 1 1t welcoming committee from Jacksonville. I ito I the clinic for observation when' HEAR APPLI.: ent pension. The senate with such
of the northwest. The tom-tom1 the Dade County Bar association Freighter Medina of the same financial experts as Carter Gla" ->
dog sleds birch bark canoes and i t ED IN CUBA today. waited on Judge JeffersonB. line is due to arrive in port Monday "FLORIDA KEYS" LEAVING NO there are indications of bone diseases -, CATIONS FOR ADJUST. I I'of Virginia has prevented the

pack saddles of that region will -_ -tit Browne of Key West wbo is evening from Galveston, en NAME KEY TODAY FOR conditions., or deformities or crippled|I I house from enacting a banking

bq exhibited by the scouts.HABANAMADRID I holding court here under the ju- route to Charleston and New JACKSONVILLE This is an. unusual opportunity! MENT OF TAXES bill regarded by many as inferiorto

Charles Ginart who :was,"years dicial recircuiting law, test of York. for local to get a .thor-' j I the senate's measure.

ago. an employe of The Citizen which will I e made in the state Arrangements were completed examination persons of their chil.I !t tt The manner in which the .lalf-

in the mechanical department was supreme court Sept. 4. I :: yesterday with George Gibbs. own- ought At''a recessed meeting of the dozen or more conference on rn-

CLUB a pleasant caller at the officeyesterday Among those! taking part in the ZOTOZ The NewPermanentWave I er and operator of the Gibbs Shipyards drenwhere it was pointed there out.are Parents deformities wanting -,II) Tax Adjustment Board held last i I )portant legislation operate between -

meeting his friend and welcome were It..J. Marshburn, :[ in Jacksonville for repairs further information should''night in the office of Clerk Ross I ,now and the time eongrrdoes'"adjourn -.*
TONIGHT former associates. bar association president; M. L i 'Ito ferries of the Monroe county C. Sawyer, a number of applications I may have a decide J

Mr. Ginart arrived from Cuba Mershon. Bart A. Riley and a number The latest in PERMANEN1 I system.! call the ERA nurse. Miss clinic Elizabeth I' for tax adjustments were r effect on the future of the

DANCE this week where he is associatedwith of others.-Miami Daily News. WAVING No machinery I Captain Eugene Demeritt. of the It McClond at the presented by the clerk for approval. I "third house.**

one of the large oil companies No electricity. I I system, left over the East Coast J phone 467.FREE. In 'practically every case the i

and wiU leave within a few Now Offered Exclusively I[this morning for No Name Key, adjustments were granted. Special Price e*
Fort Ambers and Guests II days for conferences with the DANCE and FLOOR SHOW to take command of the Ferry j FREE! Members present were Carl PERMANENT WAVES

Music by Habana-Madrid I larger oil companies in the west. -Bj'- i; Florida Keys and start today for Spark Plugs Cleaned Absolutely Bervaldi, chairman: ; Wm. R. Porter I
Tomorrow Night
His will take him I Jacksonville where the ship will each Crease Job Braston B. Warren. Nathan So 5U
journey, Free with ..... .. ,. .
Orchestra ONLY
I 4 I through Pennsylvania. Oklahoma RAUL'S- CLUB Dorothea Beauty Shoppe ;Ibe i put in drydock. (Next Week only) Nile, Tax Assessor J. Otto Kirchheiner. .1 'u

SCRIPT $1.00 i and Texas and after visiting the Music By Mrs. C O. Ackerman, Prop. j| Mr. Gibbs. after completing all Ackennan Service Station j Chief Depaty Bernard Ii KITTY SANCHEZ

oil fields in these Mr. Ginart will CAESAR LA MONACA I PHONE 62 arrangements yesterday, Jeft in Phone 522 Whit at Catherine I I Waite and a few interested citi Griff! and LaoraoVs

t|return to Havana.. 1[the afternoon for Jacksonville. I zens. Barber. Shop

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r IN WASHINGTON ... ..... .. .........."'. body decide to take other I! .....e.ee...aaaaaaaaaaaa-
ffiBteSt may up
Scg Cttfgti I : uMA : : \ KEY WEST IN matters, which, it is confidently''; Today's Horoscope
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Published IAlly Except Sunday By ABOUT TOWNWe expected will happen at this ........... ..
,TUB CITIXEH prBLISHIlO!' CO IIC. Visitors strolling about the national .........4Today's
f. F. JJVTMAJr, a-re M_ .::.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..::..-.-..-..-.'.. ..-'Il.. .- ............SeseCS4. .DAYS GONE BY coming session.! Others believes) .
JOB AM.K.X. Aaalatura B.-iaM MaaaatrProm capital may discover endless places and .I that as the session will begin at, nature stubborn: per-
The Citlsco Building t objects of interest and learn odd venture the assertion that country. Why not have the prettiest Happ. infs Her. Jutt 10 Year about the same time the busyj t haps per e 'ering. undoubtedly
Corner Greea and Ana streets : many there is spent on the i Ago A. Tale Fro. .
more money i houses. Paint I Today season in Florida begins, the legislators .'
"" upS vindictive. F"nd of and
Only flint Newspaper la Key West and Voaroa facts, a few of which are mentioned by a lips of the women of Key West'' Th. File. Of The Cttiften till be anxious to tom-' Jislay
.,. .. .. ___County. -----T I recent writer. for paint, than there is on thej One dollar spent in paint will. plete the session and only the, not easily forgetting; an injury, it
Entered: at Key XVcat, Florida aa ._ad elaaa matter houses. While it would be Impot-! increase the value of your place i shows' a lifting from an obscure
FIFT Just i inside the State, War and Navy r Work of building an additionto Monroe county matter will be' discussed -
-SLXTII EAR : !n>te to improve the appearance of one hundred. dollars If you don't! the Thompson Ice ., iI ii i position to a prominent cite, probably -
MmWr .r t.. Aaa.clat4 Preaa building is a memorial to the 68,682 horses factory,
Tha Aaaorlated Pre_ la .exclusively: .ntltl d to "M i our women a coat of paint on the believe' this paint your hojv and I] which was begun a few monthsago i attaining 'success' by reason!
for rcpub.tca.tlon of all news dispatches credited to and mules killed in France during the house would be a joy forever. ;: see if it won't bring a betteprice I ago .been completed. New and I i The U. S. S. Bay left this' of sticking" : clo-soly: to whate c-r
It or not otherwise credited In this aad also prmg
paper I Take look at the two little this winter !
_the local news published here. ___ I World War. a t! up to the minute units for refrigeration -': morning for St. Petersburg with (business is undertaken.
houses between Duval and Whitehead There
I hundr :
I are perhaps: two
have been installed and, Boy Scout Troop Number 1 onboard
1 'NAflONAI. Et4tRIAl) Several trees planted by George on Fleming street, and compare ; brush; painters in Key West wbQt'1 I the output of the company will The troop will at the Miss Agnes S6lM1el:*on of D<'s"

i ) JJ ASSOCIATION. Washington stand on the Capitol grounds, I thf'mith some of the cur I would be' delighted to have a job.1 I I be increased approximately 50 grounds at the edge camp of the City Moines M the. newly-electrd president -

<=/y 193 S but their identity is kept at secret for fear I rounding buildings and see the It win astonish you to find how;1 i percent' making the daily production and remain for about 10 days at of the National Education<
difference and all see what cheaply make that houseof 1 Association.!'
i you you can
etIICRIPTIOli, JUTeS souvenir hunters will mutilate them. 100 tons. t ti the expiration of that period tney
: (I
ae Tear ._. ._: $10J.Ili little paint will do yours outshine your neighbor's.Special : .!.
will Wtet the
Months I.Iathree The largest amount of aluminum ever The flock of. tourists last winter | prices and rea-onabl*I I i ---- I II return to Key on hearings for Thursdayugust 18

: Month MonthsDne I.U.11 i used on one structure, about $400,000! :1 were much impressed ,with the j,; terms on the part of our paint I I Samuel Thompson, Joseph' To-''I|vessel the naval Oti!station Johnson left, entploved' with 1 the sit' and same will be heard that dayor
W* klr 1- .%1 greatly improved appearance of]I I I merchants will do much towards i iI rano and Charles Gibson will leave the day<< followingJaeka .
ADVEKTfSrXd!: HATES" worth is contained in appurtenances of Kev We!t. The streets were |I| making Key Wet a more dthgit: !I tonight over the East: Coa,.t for:boys! and will remain with the,
Made known on application. the Department of Justice I the 1 1I ', Homestead where they' will begin troop; until the return. i: .. .. *. .
new building. clean the trees were trimmed, ful place to live in. You ran dob )I F I II .111. l.ea faft Hater

All reading notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions offe.peet Housed in the Army Medical Museumis flowers were grow frig everywhere.]I lit on yourself if you are unable: a motor trip which will take them I I Editorial comment-- This THE SEMINOLE
i I : country -
obituary notices, eta. will be charred for at Let us impress the greater flock ]I I i to hire a painter. 1 1i I through'\ a number of cities in Florida '
the rate cents a. line. the world's finest medical library of with Atlanta is said to be the most talkative:
.Oo.e: : by churches: from which that will visit us this winter with i i I We have had a cleaning up program I and Georgia as nation and t.asO ear!
i revenue is to be derived are S cents a line. more than a million volumes, covering the a generous coat of paint. and we done it well with our their objective point. Members of no one : "
The Citizen,, 1 Is forum and Invites dlscns- I denied that the women folks are! ..r t
an open f the be for 4nii .
Appearance means everything: volunteer hours. Now for the party expect to away -% : t
entire science and art of
local general healing .
of or
lion of public Issues and subjects I their to maintain that I
I doing part .
Interest but it will not publish anonymous common--, See what.a little paint will dor<< for! paint-up program several weeks. ; :
earliest reputation. I
ration u I times. a freckled! face girl it Will do the I! "It'll. we will back up our benefactor : j t I ch

There are five distinct police departments tame for a freckled face house. i!!! Julius F: Stone. Jr.. and Afc a.special meeting: of city received! I, :Q M'

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST in Washington, the city police, .Paint. up! j I I i we second the motion to name. the council held last night it was decided -,.yesterday Telegraphic announce message the! deith in i it : I u"
We have a number of progressive ; bridges for him. He' is the ai. um- the assessments''
park police, zoo police, capitol police, and I, to increase II( Atlanta of Mrs. Frank F Artaud -
ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN paint dealers in Key We*:*.],l tion in a big gun and when the on all city property 50 percent.t .
wife Lieutenant Colonel
public buildings police. We feel l sure that they will do1' gun rhoots be gets! big re!'nlt The council at a meeting ,
previous U. S, A. it!. 'C. retired.!
According to David Lynn, capitol their part m providing the paintat i i i Mt. Stone has !said that w- wil* decided that an 'increase was ..kMMTlllr. Florida
The arrive in .. .
and -onablei remains will Key C-II"II. B. (.RIf-R. M. ,
1. Water and Sewerage cheap pries! iea I 1 I get the sewers and the bridges
architect the ante-room to the office of obligatory but at that time did former of A human bom*-4I"* institution
West. home -,
term Try th"m oat if tnf y can- i;, too. We can rest! easy: on hat not stipulate the size of the increase where you will find rrar ............
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- the .' on Thursday accompanied .... ... ._.
Secretary of Commerce is the largestin not :apply y::I i with your paint; I score.! except in certain fort r !.I'f.! a matter
; land. the world, being 245 feet long and 20 needs?, try M>. Curtis or Mr. Gil j Let us try to keep poht.c",ont i where the amount was agreed!I'Florence by Colonel Ball Artaud mister. of and Mrs. Miss Art! it great lmK-e->rt no .

iFree Tort. feet wide. 'or I
aud. Egbert P. Ball of St.
We have the cleanest ; know a politician LS like a tick made general. ; .. the ...rt .r the .ItT
4, Hotela and Aparcments..b. The White House was not always the prettiest! water*, the rtrt'f't'1: I he hangs; 01 until he is fall, and I' Charles Q. Ball. of Miami and i --

white, but was so: painted in 1814, duringthe jlorioui: sunset. the best then ht is! hard to pry loos*. : Sidnay Ball of Havana. are expected .' RTTTY Room with Combination" Tub
Bathing: pavilion. ate. the coolest; Lrf'eze"r and the A few observations That the special session of the I, to arrive that date to attend and Shower Math Radio Electric
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I i Ceiling ran, Slat Poor<< for Summer
War of 1812. The burnedat
C:: Airports-Land and Sea. Capitol was most flowers of any city in theToday's week.TODAY'S legislature! which will convene I 1 the services" Ventilation Comfortable tied with
the same time. Both were restored by some time in October to take up:\: ______ Mattress. of inner Spring COII-
7. Consolidation of County and City Read
traction and Individual
--- the matter of the Monroe county j i C. Rodney Gwynn. deputy clerk
1818. Ing; Lamps.
Governments.THE water supply\ bill will be the subject -:. United States! court, informs The RATK4rft
Washington, aside from its importance of much discussion is ap.:|Citizen that Judge; Lake Jones'!, B,..,.
R_.. PrlTafe Bath _..... .. iz..#
as the seat of government, is a cen- [| WEATHER ] )parent from the news! received;i{United States District Court, will '._ "__.. Private R.'" .. SJMta
from the capital. The life of an be in Miami from Tuesday August ( RWM*. Private sash ..... __ sees>
ter of the greatest artistic, scientific and 24 HMM.. frUalr halt .... __ XM
KEY WEST CITIZEN extraordinary session of the bodyis 18 until Saturday August. 22. _.. 4._
I. fianipl n** PrUatr Balk
historical interest. Its principal drawback .Temperature* 1 sibly thunderchoTers Sunday; gentle : constitutionally limited to 20 I Parties desirous! of having matters SLIGHT INCHEASef FOR DornLn

I is its climate, which is disagreeable Highest .h_..... ..............____...._...91Lowest variable winds. days, but by a two thirds vote the heard! by the judge will set their OCCIPAIIoCYr :
WILL always leek the truth and print it .... .... ..
i both in winter and 79 ;
without fear and without favor; never be summer. Normal J Mean ::_:::::.::::..:::: :::::.85I i Florida: Partly cloudy, possibly

afraid to>> attack, wrong or to applaud right; Mean .. .. .' ....... ... ....................84 local thunde&howers! S: THE PROFIT SYSTEMWe Rainfall extreme north portion tonight.
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always fight for progress; never be the organ Yesterday's Precipitation: .0 Ins Jacksonville to Florida Straits lJoo du'inlted

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, Normal Precipitation ._ .14 Ins..t j and East Golf: Gentle variable: be ,
hear much criticism today of the Thin rrrori <...r. :..-...r **rlad, 01it by
faction or class; always do its utmost for the rndlnc' at H .rlork Ihla _.1''...... wind and partly overran weather P
"profit system, under which this countryhas Tomorrow AlmanacSun \ ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or tonight: and Sunday with widely-
operated through the years and outstripped rises .........._m.... 5:59 .. m.
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; all other lands. it is Sun sets! ...........___...._. 7:05 p. m. scattered showers! Sunday. To net tic original Davia 100% Pure Paint
commend good done by individual: or organ- Actually a Moon rises ......_....... 4:50 p. m. --- 06 sure TO X MADE IN BALTIMORE. puma psart

ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and "profit and loss" system. Moon sets ..on' ......._... 2:37 a. WEATHER CONDITIONSThis JOOfe. for I Da.M 100% Pure Punt ha often been NAaL
We venture into business investment m'l \\K / imitaaa,* w duplicated.
opinions as an Tomorrow'* Tide. this Label
; print only news that will elevate Devi. lio% sure Paine conform with
and either win lose. Those A.M. morning pressure is highest:
and not contaminate the reader we or P.M.i all pare paint Law and i.i the only paint
; never com- businesses which prosper do .so' because High ..._.......*..... C:31 8-3oI.over the North Atlantic States and ; PU1w that crrka a guarantee f p nty, =. ....
promise with principle. Low ...__. ... .. 2:OOl I ""
the Southwest. The North
.on- :; PAINT
they produce a product which the con- ,lOver| / *
Barometer 8 a. m. todayi cor /this Guarantee on the.Label- nr I Iw.kw..a..arwwab.wyrha
'Atlantic disturbance moved northea'tward
sumer: wants at a price which he can af- Sea level 30.01.WEATHER hald.r,4crwr.tawweara..r..

It was a clever hotel keeper who ford to pay. If they continue to meet,the I and rre;;'wre is low over AM a r eatfvcu ar. mi* ay M fc Balnawra .n4 oM ikrou h Dmkra only. I

thought up the idea of calling his 'victims inevitable competition, then the business .FORECASTTill i the upper .Lake region. THEHRDAVlSCaG. ] G1.r s. BALTIMOKEMn
Showers occurred during the
"guests." grows big. As it inspires confidence, it ( 8 p. m., Sunday) : last! 24 hours in northern' Florida; C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets I t.

-.-. often acquires thousands of stockholdersin Key West and Vicinity: Partly
southern Georgia and over the region -

Wonder how many telegrams are be every part of the country, and they 1'' $ of the Great Lake while elsewhere ; -- -- -

ing sent to Congressmen urging them to share in its profits. If it does not succeed '(he weather was fafr. "' /.i.ll

stay in session. they share in its losses, or invest Temperature changes have been ....................e.........i..i..a.ii.iii......Y..e...........
unimportant but yesterday; the following
money in another business.But .
high temperatures were recorded .
not only do we have this "profit Meridian 104 degrees
We know had fine weather in : ;
they and Joss" system. We also have a systemof t 'g t Perth Arthur, 102 degrees; Little
the Garden of Eden because Adam and Rock 98 degrees; Chattanooga EVERYDAY NEEDS
"hope and fear. It spurs on the able
Eve were nudists. 96 degrees. As a rule thermal
the industrious, and the courageous by the conditions are about normal inmost : :

hope of obtaining a reward in paymentfor Tbundenhowerf Partly Cloudy! sections.S.' .

Scientists have found jellyfish which their efforts; it: spurs on the lazy and M. GOLDSMITH. ..

turned irto stone millions of years ago. indifferent by the fear that unless they cloudy tonight and Sunday; pos- Temporarily in Charge. -

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Some Congressmen' may be preserved like strive they will lose that which they have, n I I.I
....... ...... CLOTHES "
Beaufort S. C. Died Nov. 5, IRONING
that: they will suffer a decrease in their stand- : : ;
;; 1882.!,
ard of living and .perhaps face starvation : .I HAMPERS I :

Love is a state of emotional intoxication itself. Anniversaries .j 1821--Jay Cooke."orIJfamell 1fR. BOARDS :

which affects the vision, according to It is the fear of loss, rather than the .aaaa..*aaa.aaa.aaa.ai Philadelphia marker: k:Town as the' : J 1< i

an optometrist.? Just a harder way of say- hope of profit, that has been the main incentive 1753-E.Inland Randolph, Vir- at financier SandnskOhio.of the Civil. Died Wabom L. Philadelphia $$1.25op $$1.35up '

ing that love is blind. of human industry during the J last ginia go\ernor. first U. S. At-l Feb. 16, 1905. : 4 ::
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few years. tor-Generil. Seretnj I .

State, born near Wil'iari'LurgVa : I i 1849'Horace Fletcher noted S I
With all that noise going on riveting CLOTHES''
American: lecturer and writer on
1 BOAT ROCKING DANGERAUS Died he-,, hept. 12. 1813. '
together new battleships and new guns in .nutrition born at Lawrei. VPS!*.

Europe, the dove of peace cannot find a Died abroad, Jan. 13, 1919. LINE I

footing to rest its weary wings. This is the time of the year that one 1782-Sir Charles .J. Napier : aUNEREEL ::

reads about drownings because somebody Erglih general, born. D.td: Aug. 1856-Francu X. Dercum. Philadelphia J .
nejrolog: born there. I 50c 25c :
29, 1853.
decided to have a good time and rock the g
Last year 36,000 human beings were Died April 23, 1931..
boat. I ,
sacrificed at the altar of Resolve I
speed. II
The other day a man in another State 1801-Robe't W. Bamwell. I The first teachers' institute wa!
no ) to be one. of the 100 who die each day. South Can-lna: educator and Confederate -. held in the United States in
who was an excellent swimmer, decided to StepLadders SCRUB
statesman, born
Drive with care and you need not care. 1839.
take a land-lubber for a boat ride and to
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scare the liver and lights out of him by PAILS'35c IS
The League of 'Nations will.never be a I J .
turning over the boat. Of course, he ex-
complete until the member nations
success plained to friends, he would drag the pas- : (6
back moral force with army and navy: merger to safety. We will Be pleased to have you consult u, about k J $1.75 f % i

power. One cannot bite without teeth.A What happened? Well, he turnedthe how you can : si 1 up g Re*. Value 5Sc I !

boat over, all right, and the presump- : .

lot is being printed about the ideal tion i is that he scared his friend stiff. : V"I'

editor. The ideal editor i is one who gets WJren 1jte went to his aid, intending tosvvimWithhim Build Buy or FANS
out a good paper, attends to his own business : to safety the victim grabbed i $1.98 i

pays his debts and expects others todo him.so tightly, that both were drowned. Refinance Your Homeor .
the :Ime.-Tirr. -Union. ICE CREAM FREEZERS $1.25
1b..m fal is plain. Even a good : i

swtnlmei. mjght as well ue a boat a*,, it

Advice ts cheap but often of great was intended
benefit, especially when preventive measures ,- do, it on terra firma.In : S
building on Insured creditThe
: are suggested. There have been innumerable Key West, however, there is little I

accidents from gasoline explosion or no rocking of"the boat to scare the occupants South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co- I Ior

*, so the advice L, never to allow a because the pleasure craft con- h
FirstlNational l Bank of KejWest
can of gasoline or benzine or naphtha to sist mostly of motor driven boats and small I : Phone l 593 White and Eliza Stree

come into your home, because you cannot cruisers. Skiffs and dingheys are used ..

possibly use! it with absolute safety. In I mostly for fishing and fishermen in these Approved Motif age Under th< : home h worthy of the best" (

your car gasoline is alright because it is waters have too much sense to engage in I I

under mechanical control, but in the I the silly' but dangerous practice of rocking I FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 1 :... S ..4.iiji..iiiiii.i.i...................!.....

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i*o his: Uvrte .*.. Be* *1 am gift yon came to me,** said

iloort married liON mo tint prettiuted He!* may to hold t. Albery suavely "because I am mOreInterelted I SPORTS I :

dogs ku .trilhitark/ 4l6ery.t than most people In Rex I Mrs. Morris Holtsberg and son,': Extensive improvements are],LOCAL BASEBALL STAR AND
s.r Cartu Drakt Taos cabtatAattralut. I
tckert tan mdding was Moore and his career. For the moment Herman, and daughter, Anita' now being made to the interior ofPearlman's j, FAMILY LEAVE YESTER.
sapposea to hrnto takes plaet. .*d I don't want his activities I interfered I who had been spending a vacation'of '' i:
1.d tars sal seas H* Men! with. Ton his 1 i DAY FOR SANFORD
see private j
biaek.ieQi.p K*!*. vttkott ell<<'f.e. - two months in the Adirondack]) Recently a complete new floor!i!
2>... k.hat iron* to Rtx't easy'olif life cannot affect his Job. As a man.
rho Ira* fadtfatt that ks Mr. Drake you must understand Mountains and various eastern! t was placed in the building and:
rate to kit itory. Albery to in bra -- ---- -- cities returned home 'Ir Another star performer
that -- ----- -- yesterdays during the past! week new' display on

rite l.ellrf. "I am expecting him to do some ''I r rover the Oversea Highway. I II cabinets have been installed< I t either diamondball or baseball
good work for me and for aviation CARDS NOW IN DOUBLEHEADER BAKERS DEFEAT |I bits Holtsberg spent sevt'r.' and attractively painted. : field. Armando Acevedo, ha*
Chapter 28 in general. But I quite see that yon [Iweeks in New York and other' ; been signed up by a tate club

8fLENC BbUCHT could have profited materially by SECOND PLACE j I IV i HERE TOMORROW'By CAVE INN TEAM'eastern markets selecting new POUNDS ANVIL AT 95 ,(and left yesterday afternoon for

"AS 1 understand you are behind your Information In giving It to the ; fall merchandise for Iloltsberg'alstore r I Sanford' Fla.
Press. Nothing pays like a good and i is very much pleaded ST. PAUL.-Pounding an an !!!. Mr. Acevedo was accompaniedby
Moore sir." Drake went ODe scandal nowadays. So that 1 am pre: TROUNCE CUBSNEW with the purchases made. vil for 77 years has become a his wife and baby who will remain -

-i.ir i financing i him. 1 feel yon oughtto pared-In fact. I feel I owe it to you''. ( JOVE) ADMINISTRATION' UNIT WINS Asked how she found business! habit with Peter Haupers of this with him during his absence

know that he Is dwelling yon and Mr. Drake-to make up to yon tot At the Navy Field tomorrow; I conditions at the market centers: city and he sees no reason!! for from Key West.

Il everybody else who has been making your loss. YORK GIANTS TRIUMPH afternoon there will be a doubleheader FROM BE2R:: BOYS IN which she visited, Mrs.! Holt"berg'' changing to I lighter work just because I I Asked by The Citizen to what
"In for
such a fuss over him. He II making to mention return these your facts promise about Rex not ,. '> played by some of the best i:;! SECOND CONTEST I reports that all indications are'!: he happens to be 95 years i, position. he wil! be assigned with
OVER PHILADELPHIA AC- pointing towards an early ami' the Sanford ctab. Mr. Aceveilo
nines in the i I
fool of all the world. He Is not Moore, to the press or to any Indi -I i! city. | II
'I prosperous season: this year as I I I aid that he was sure but thought
bets with. vidual. In print or by word of mouth. .. The opening contest will wit-
married to that girt living GREGATION PIRATES DEFEAT
; I! all the markets Subscribe Citizea-120c I wo-ild be either at chort!top or
the Eeer practically are to The it
I will pay yon what yon might have I,ness Wagner team against (By JOVE)
He never yu.- expected as remuneration at the moment R!::DS !! the Cuban Club outfit In the The Social Diafnondball League filled with early buyers. weekly. j f second ba!
How much would that bet" I I nightcap the 265th Regiment. F.I j'! New good purchased by Mrs.! -
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"Well I really couldn't say, air. ,,[N. G.. team will tackle a picked i played a doubleheader last night Holtsberg'; are now being' received)

I'm sure you're very kind. I don't 4*..rrUI I* Tae <:IflxtB} j I: clnb. ji j,d the Bayview Park field. I daily by Holtsberg's store. I 1
like taking money but I've had a will under- I In the first the Bermuda r
NEW.YORK, Aug. 10.-Br virtue -, The initial fracas get game ......
bad time. i ......... .... ....1
of walloping the Chicago Cubs,J[, way at 1:30 o'clock and the second ', Bakery ten defeated the Cave Inn

F.. pounds."Shall Mr., me Drake say?" two hundred. 3 to 1, with Paul Dean pitching 1 j! game/ will begin; at 3 o'clock.eae.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeee : outfit by a 7 to :5 score. Today In History I 1.1 1k.
excellent ball the St. Louis Cardinals -!
r "I'm lUre It's very generous sir. The leaders at bat were J. e..a..eeaeeeeee.. I
world champions, jumped'into
"And.. "I added shall Albery be glad very of deliberately any- second place in the National'' ;, Cerezo who hit two out of two, 1675-Britain's famous! Greenwich -t] 1 dj =
CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN and Martinez safety and founded. : r
further Information on the subject. I League flag race. j t I I, with one Observatory

will make tt'worth your' while. Now. Travis Jackson's seventh: home two walks. i I 1f 1

I hope we understand each other.You run, delivered in the ninth inning i C : In the field, A. Castro Rod- 1790-Cant. Robert Gray returned -: i1 t
can ring me up and make an appoint with Hank Leiber on first base I'I .
riguez and R. Gonzalez "Colunbia"
ment at any time. I expect yon gave the New York Giants a 3 toI I i.e...................... ', R. II. E. to Boston !ship \-, i' -
by innings: after trading trip '
3-year 1 1
would prefer notes to a check. I 2 decision over the Phillies and 'I i i head _. ; t iI' ITS PURER! ti
Advertisements under this Cave Inn 000 002 3-5 6 8 around The world 42,000 miles,
think I have enough In my safe. I Clydell Castleman a mound victoryover i I Ii will be inserted in The Citizen at Bakery.. :300: 130 x-7 10 4 first to carry American flag i LASTS LONGER!
will go and fetch it" i I ) it
Slyvester Johmon. i the rate of Ic a word for each insertion !, Batteries B. Roberts and Rodriguez around world. j
.Rookie Bud! Hafey who is batting :: minimum for the'
later but the ; Ro!z.m and Martinez.
FEW minutes the blackmailer
A at a .143 gait, lined a drive I t I first insertion in every instance i is I ICE REFRIGERATORS

was gone.A over the Scoreboard!; for a home''. 25e.I I In the second game the Admin- 1821-Missouri! admitted to I

sorry creature reflected Albery run to give Pittsburgh a 1 to Oj I I I Payment for classified advertisements istration boys defeated the S. B. Statehood. Made of all metal-equip- ,

but devil he himself would In have such made a cause.use of the triumph over Cincinnati. I I'i is invariably in advance.;;hoeroutfit 'by a basketball score i 41 pad with WATER COOLERSThey're I Lj 1

With Tony Cuccinello: hitting a''| but regular advertisers with It'dger'l.of.13 to 12.
If his story was true then Laurie 1846-Smithsonian Institution.
home run to.climax a four-run ral- ;: accounts may have their advertisements '1 /The leaders at I at were F. Cara- f Economical e
Moore was a liar and a cheat She Washington D. (X, incorporatedby .l q .
had been associated with Rex MooreIn ly in the ninth frame the Brook. 'j; charged. i'I hallo L. Ca tto. Cooper and Wick ,
lyn Dodgers came from behind to' Advertisers should give their Congress 100 Pet Cent Refrigeration
Australia. but the rumor of their I I I en.I .
marriage was untrue and when she whip the Boston Braves 6 to 5. '! street address as well as their telephone -i!I In the field, Delgado, Cooper I 'I I Satisfaction
thought he was dead she had posedas in the opennig came of the series<. j I number if they desire resuits. -: and Goss starred. 1914- *rn1-.n Kaiser's personal
his wife. In order to make as Hank Greenberg smashed his i! Johnson! hit a home run in the message to Pres. Wilson ex- Priced at -

much as she could out of It thirty-first home run of the season -I I I| With each classified advertisement .I I last frame. I II Ii plaining German entrance in war.

"IudeedAlberr! showed only And Moore when he came back over the Scoreboard with The Citizen will give free an I II i I Score by innings: R. II. E.c. j 3o 35 I II
and found her in England had for Gehringer on la"c in the fifth inning -i Autostrop I I Razor Outfit. Ask< for I i B. Beer 010 531 2-12 16 8 and
faint surprise"Are yon sure of that. given her the deception because It to give the Detroit Tigers,,, it. It Administration KEY WESTCOLONIAL

Mr. Drake suited him. their winning margin over the Chi-. I 531 013 x-13 9 2 I ffi EASY TFRMS-10 DAYS
"Positive. I had doubts all the That did not make her any less LOST r ) t
my cago White Sox. The score was!i : Batteries: L. Castro and H. i I FREH TRIALTHOMPSON'S >
desirable In Albery's eyes. It did not '
time since I came over_from Aus- 4t03. i I j Castro Tynes and Cooper, Rod,
cool the flame of his passion for her. : ; the Center of the Business
'LOST $13.50 in cash yesterday
Blondy Ryan former Giant infielder < i ICE CO.I
tralia. My would naturally .
paper In fact. It brought her nearer to riguez. Theater District
his debut with the between White and Greenest and
have welcomed a story about Rex him. even though he knew that she ,
Yankees started the rally and Red pt>ts. Finder please! return to 1)'i)'
Moore. So I cabled a friend In Sydney loved Rex Moore. In spite of his In- DIAMOND BALL First Cl*._Fir proof-
fatuation he did not want to marry Rolfe climaxed it with a home run 1020 White!* street or phone r Phone No. 8
to make enquiries and the her. If this were true then It gave as New York scored three runs in 494-W and receive reward. I Sensible>> Rates 1'

answer is that there Is no record of him better char.ce. the third inning to defeat the Philadelphia i i auglO-ltx
any marriage< between Rex Moore Against Rex Moore his account Athletics 3 to 2. ;
'LOST-Pair of in brown :
and any woman either in Sydney! or was piling up. Rex Moore had made Mel Harder was effective in the o' street Garage Elevator .
a fool of him. Rex Moore had the pinches and Cleveland took the leather case; on Bahama 'w

anywhere In Warrablllo County woman he wanted. thin! game of the !series from the .i i between Fleming and Southard JOVE) Popular Prices .I _
where the bride was supposed to streets. Reward if returned to '
His self-esteem was wounded and Browns 5 to 3. The National Guards diamond-
have been living." it made him pitiless. The summaries follow: Mrs. A. Lucignani 522 Duval ball team will play the Bermuda -. -- -- -

"Dear me. that is certainly strange. From that moment the idea took NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I street. auglO-lt Bakery ten Monday night at Bay-

Albery had coUtho. .Mq..t.Jt.h7 root !In his mind and from that Chicago .R. H. E. j view" Park. The contest will start

now. He knew that the young man moment his Whole* energies were St. Louis .. .- .. .-..... ....-. 390 AGENTS WANTED at 8:15 o'clock.

had been to Rex Moore and been Chicago; ....._............... 1 6 1 1,AGENTS, sell Aspirin, Razor! Batteries for the Social leaguerswill
heavily turned down. Ills own mind 4r 4rt Batteries: P. Dean and De- Blades Iodine Combs, Punch-j be Blondy Roberts and Rod-

was immediately made up. "I sup lancey; Warneke and O'Dea. t: boards assorted boxes soap, eX- riguez and for the visitors Bal-
have evidence that
pose yon yon can WoodaLNEWEST
give met" tracts miber goods, auto accessories lantine and
At Philadelphia R. H. E.l prices low free list.
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"Certainly, sir 1 consider
shameful fraud on the public. Moore a New York ..... ._....00_..... 3 9 NATIONAL SUPPLY CO.,I \ PROCESSIN J ,

has dragged this young woman Into Philadelphia ......_.m_.... 261 I i Richmond Va. auglO-ltx :
decent society under false pretences. t Batteries: Castleman anl 7lli

Why; I am told that she has been cuso; Johnson and Todd. Man-I' REAL ESTATE: WANTEDIF I HAIR WAVING

working In your own firm for years! YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR
It seems a disgraceful business all At Brooklyn R. -- I
SALE or rent advertise< it in the
round. I did not feel it right to leave Boston! ...._...0000_............... 5 10 2' Annual Fall Southern Real Es-I Zotos process of permanent
you In the dark." He handed Albery __. ....GIG 1
Brooklyn the newest developmentin
tate page, to be published in the waving, I
a handle of "Here
papers. are" myfriend's Batteries: Macfayden Cantwelland classified columns of the' this type of work is now be-

statements by cable. Spohrer; Babich Reis and;i New York Herald Tribune on : ing introduced in Key West by RUONU-UP

e Albery absorbed examined interest them with But apparently his Lopez.At i j October 20, 27; November 3, Mrs. C. O. Ackerman of the TOLISTUVE

10. A suggested advertisement< Dorothea Beauty Shoppe.
mind with his
was busy own affairs. I
This might< be true or It might not Pittsburgh R. II. E.J J will be sent with cost for insertion -I Permanent waves can be giVenin _

It probably was. This unpleasant Cincinnati ....._....._..... 0 4 2| without obligation. Forward this manner without the use

young man evidently bore a grudge Pittsburgh; ...__......... 1 7 ij(i 'complete description! of your' of machinery or electricity and is

against Moore H. must have gone Batteries: nollingsworth awl i property to "Southern Real Estate exclusively featured in Key West every day. Don't miss this opportunity iiFi

to great trouble and expense to get Campbell; Swift and Padden. I Desk" Herald Tribune 230 by the Dorothea Beauty Shoppe. to change YOUR old stove for a modern
these facts. West 41st St. New York. ,

AMERICAN LEAGUEAt jly27;aug3-l 0-17x '' TODAY'S GAMES gas range. ; '

"LOOK here. Mr. Drake be said. Detroit R. II. E. -

a few moments with the Chicago .:...._....1..._.... 381 FOR RENT AMERICAN LEAGUE Here are the special Round-up features: .. w -

quick smile: that gave such charm to Detroit ......--:-.----..... 480 Chicago at Detroit.
his Impassive Eastern face. "I am EUNGALOW FOR RENTModern -
Batteries: Lyons and Sewell; Cleveland at St. Louis<< : Trade-in -
glad you came to me. I suppose your Rowe and Cochrane.At conveniences and garaies.!!: Washington! at Boston. -allowances/up to $15.

idea was naturally that yon might Apply Valdea Bakery. Philadelphia at New York. -

tarn It to your advantage and raise bent to carry It out. Fixed implacable New York R. II. E. augS-lmo A brand new DeLuxe gas range -

by the sending circulation them of a your most newspaper Intriguing merciless;.it became an obsession. Philadelphia .....00_'__ 262 Mod- NATIONAL L LEAGUE: with every modern feature built to our

story fThis New York ...._....._.... 352 FURNISHED APARTMENT Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.t. specifications especially for the
Rex Moore must be got out of the ern conveniences 628 White or own
Batteries Wilshere and Berry Louis at Chicago.
was not true. The : ;
young Gaiti's Barber Shop. aug6 Round-up for only $49.50 (and your
man's one idea tonight had been to way.Rex Ruffing and Dickey.At Boston at Brooklyn
damage Rex Moore In his employer's Moore answered the telephoneIn New York at Philadelphia.Gas old stove).
the Chelsea flat about six o'clockin BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
sight But Albery's words presented I St. Louis R. n. E.
the evening a few days later.
another possibility. Is that you Rex Laurie speak Cleveland .........._._._. 571 Hour Day: or Week. Repair with bombs in warfare are said Your unrestricted choice of every.

"Well sir thlags have been going ing. shan't be able to get back for St. Louis ....-. --... 394 all makes and paint them fnll to have been employed by the other in stock. This unusual and distinctive: De-
badly with me." he stammered. dinner. Mr. Albery has to work I Batteries: Harder Brown and Nn-EnameL We carry for a the Chinese for many centuries. range Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only
Yon see its not so easy for me to late. Brenzel; Van Atta Thomas and supply of parts. Agent the models offered for
get work.He Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And one many
mentally Indicated his Moore frowned at the Instrument Hemsley. Don't delay. Let us change your old
the Round-up.
empty sleeve. "A really good scoop I sell them as low as $5.00 your selection during
(C'opnt/1It. IHS. Coral Stantont stove NOW. Begin today to enjoy the includes insulation -
would be a great thing for me. but. Washington and Boston not down and $1.00 per week. We Standard equipment
cf course. I can't say I'd really Buy and Sell all makes of used use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic

thought of that"Today's Monll.v.Rss pets a tfifllult .lIl nmtnt. Fcneduled. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I RUSS1'CIGAR II' will COOK YOUR OWN WAY perfectly Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain

Stowers company SIS Duval Oven Heat Regulator, Magic C efAutomabc
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LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN street. Jly9 scientifically. Lighter Three-m-
........................:' gales'. oil man, born :n Wisconsin, One Non-clog Top Top Burners and

Birthdays 179; years ago__ LEAGUEClub PIANO TUNING STORE II I Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven

..eee.e..e.......... ;/!star W. L. Pct Laureano Mo valve is of safety type. Enameled
j Norma Shearer, screen PIANO TUNER. Door and Drawer
_... _.... 64 37 ..634KV gale throughout.
Ex-President Herbert C. Hoover born in Montreal. 31 years BRO.f Detroit reno. Excellent piano for II and valve handles are
handles gas
I "i.,1 57 40 .588
Cal. born cheap. 1018 Division street
of .at West Branch, 1'' \ bakelite. Special color
> I of black
52 45 .536
Ia., 61 years ago.James t Dr. Hugo Eckener famed German Chicago : jly25-lmo Daily Baseball Returns combinations available on order.
Boston ._.__... 52 48 .520 i 1 t t
born 67
"Captain of the Air h
"* '. .- Cleveland ......._ 50 50 .500 ROOMS During the Round-up, only

I years ago. Philadelphia .._.-..... 41 52 .441 I' By Wire I !' I 1 I
T. William: Jr., chief Pr pilrfft 1-
Washington .__... 43 57 ::430 '"THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled p ___ 50 with yew
Hcsrst editorial born in FOUND SMALL LOOT -0- _____ $69
writer I' in and location Old
price stove
a Tt. Louis .__ 34 64 .347 COME IN AND GET THE I IRESULTS'
128 N. E. 4th ,
N. C., 54 years ago. running water.
ROYAL OAK, Mich.-Burglars NATIONAL LEAGUE street Miami Fla. jly26-lmox OF THE The oldest gas range If you have one of

took a large safe from a clean Club- W. I. Pit I I MAJOR BASEBALL I still in.service rounded FLORIDA PUBLIC
Capt. George Fried master! er's plant in this city trucked it New York _._ 66 36 .647 FOR SALE: LEAGUES up during the Seventh the many "old timers"still

manner: saptttis-'ng i inspector of to a woods at the outskirts of the St. Louis _........-... 62 39 .614 Annual Old Stove in service trade it
the Cover: tent's Bureau of Navigation -[ city where they opened it to discover Chicago .._._._ 66 42 .611 I OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two]I II Round-up will! be taken UTILITIES CO.
Of1ce i CIGARS CIGARETTES in! It be worth a
50 cents. Pittsburgh .. 57 39 .538 bundles for 5c. The Citizen may
born at Worcester, Mass.! -- -
as full payment for the
58 Brooklyn _______ 46 56 .451 I octlfi! SOFT DRINKS brand new modern gas "Your Ga Company"
years ago.Edward new on which it
It is believed that I Philadelphia 46 57In I ETC. range
remote anIceftor ROY E. LADE
i of the whale lived on I 1 Cincinnati __.._ 45 59 .433 l SECOND SHEETS-500 for &Oc.1 I is traded in. range. Manager

L. Dolieny of Los An- land. Boston r-. 26 76 .!SS The .Artman Pres .. I


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1 of attend.denomniations are invited t J. R. CLICK LEFf BAND CONCERT I[SPONGE SALES


................................................. Corner Duval and Eaton Streets

Enjoyable Entertainment At, Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATOR TO BE RENDERED TOMOR. Sponge sales at the municipaldock
527 William StreetE. Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Mass (Communions), 7 a. m.
Marzyck Home Last Evening Richard Evans Pastor John B. Culpepi, Jr., Pastor :Mass for the Church School CALLED TO ASSISTIN ROW AFTERNOON BY I IWELTERS' this morning totalled approximately
Sunday school, 9:45 $850. There were but few
a. m. Church Sunday school opens at 9:30 a. m. WORK AT MIAMI
-- Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 10:00 a. m., under leadership off Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. BAND I offerings.One .

The members of the medical i f Those present were: Sermon subject: "The Test 0 Gerald Saunders general super Evensong Prayer Sermon. lot of grass sold for $:))0.I .
A! Newman }
| Leland Garcia Henry I
detachment the Florida National Our Worthiness
of I
intendent. Each department meets Benediction 8
I Kathryn Allen Helen Christian p. m. J. H. Click, of the federal housing : Welters' ', Another lot of wool sponge which
Endeavor 6:45 Cornet Band will !
Guards entertained a few p. m.'J in its own assembly room. Week Day render -
;, wa withdrawn Wednesday because!
Gates, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wilson Evening worship, 8 o'clock. administration branch in Key !!
Morning worship at 10:45 Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. another of their pleasing
'of their friends at the home of and Mrs Rousseau, ,:| the price offered Has considered'
Mr. Sermon subject: "That Thin Veil, o'clock. Subject: "The Vow Of I :Mass, 7 a. m. West, left yesetrday for Miami'[I .t-
Sunday afternoon too small sold Cor80& and
inj -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marzyck on, Ouida Rousseau, Florence Crusoe, Between the Human and the, j I programs I:
: Hannah. Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. where he was called to assist in lot sold for $241. Smaller
Von Phister street last evening. "Alice' Jane Lowe, Marvin O. Beast. ;jjtfkson Square under the direc-I I
and en- Leonard P. B'utler. Epworth League meeting at A second Mass on Wednesdays that office which is overcrowdedwith I I i lots brought, in the aggregate.
Singing dancing was Woods. PhilH.
I Mid-week service, Wednesdayevening l 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins, 9 a. In.CHRISTIAN. ;t1 n of Sheddie Hannibal. !|, $38.
joyed by all, and a novelty dance Schnorr Dennis J. Brett, ,Violet I at 8 o'clock. deader. I more than $1,000,000 ,in t The program which will start, ;I;: At the sale Wednesday there
by Miss Blanche Varela and a Filer Maria Farto. Helen Saunders service housing activities to handle. 1 1
I Evening worship at 8 I I
member of the medical staff, was W. J. Oliver, Harris Mut-I SCIENCE SOCIETY at14 p. m., follows: was one lot of grass which brought
: tis Myrtle ',Alvyn Wads- THE SALVATION ARMY o'clock. Subject: "That Girt"Rev. Now that practically all matters Amerie.-a." I $176 and with other lots of Carious -
especially enjoyed. Sanchez II
Culpepper will stress the 327 Elizabeth Street
I have been cleared up in connection I kinds brought the day'ssales
Delicious refreshments were J worth, Lewie Wadsworth, Blanche }March "National Emblem"-
served and an enjoyable evening Varela. Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Mar-I Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer fact the that "That Girl" should with be Sunday Sunday school 9:30 a. m. with loans for houses in E. E. Bagley. up to $350.
outstanding morning service at 11 I I
was spent by all. {zyek, J. W. :Marzyck, Jr. in Charge West, left yesterday for Miami
every mother and father, showingthat o'clock. Selection The Beggar Stu-
1002 Fleming Street reached the stage where but lit- I I Each of Switzerland' 24 cantons
-- I Company ( these things should be ever in Wednesday evening service at dent. voted against prohibitionlaw
meeting Sunday tle remains to be done Mr. Click I a
1 the minds of the parents today. 8 o'clock.
school), 9:45 a. m. felt he in a position to to From clouds of I recently submitted.
Dance Tonight At I'[Big Dance Tonight Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Mid-week prayer and praise Reading room in Society build was go (a) petty woe
I Miami for about two weeks and
Habana-Madrid \At Raul's Club Subject: "Faith." service on Wednesday at 8:00: p. ing open Tuesdays and Fridays (b) With love's golden fetters.::
assist the forces in that district.Before
,I Young People's Legion GUJO I m. frees 3 to 5 o'clock.PENTECOS1AL. leaving he said to The (e) When with good cheer. I I I i MONROE THEATER

:Ulabana-Madrid Club will sponsor -\I Everything is set for the big I p. m. Topic: "The Greatness of Choir rehearsal on Friday eve Citizen he believed there werea (d) He is the right man. |I Jeanette McDonald and Nelson

its regular Saturday evening, dance to be given this evening at'': Humility." ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph'; I MISSION number of persons who contemplate (e) With roll of drum and Eddie in

dance at the clubhouse tonight Raul's Club on Roosevelt Boule-I'I I Salvation meeting. 8:00 1'. m. Sawyer organist; Gera'd Saunders constructing through trumpet. !i NAUGHTY MARIETTA

beginning at the usual hour.A va rd. Music for this affair will Subject: "Wake Up." choir director. 909 Olivia Street the federal housing admniistra- C. Mallocker, Arrg.-Mackey-' Matinees Balcony lOc; Ore),...

larger crowd than usual is, be furnished by Caesar LaI -I Street service on Saturday night Wm. Skondeen Pastor tion and was satisfied that on his Beyer. tra. 15-20c; Night 1525.

expected to attend, the manage-I Monaca's orchestra. I at the corner of Fleming and Du- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday morning worship, 11 return there will be 'a numberof Fox Trot, "Wagon Wheels"-

ment states. This affair is for i A capacity crowd is expected I I II val streets, 8 o'clock. o'clock. applications to be considered. Bill HilL '

members and their invited guests.i to attend as a large number of Midweek service, Thursday 8 Eaton Street Between Duval and Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. Overture, "Plantation Echoes?i

reservations! have already been I p. m. SimontqnStrects i. m. -G. H. Reeves. i I

DeMolay' Dance { made. I James S, Pay, Pastor r: Sunday night evangelistic serv- LIGHT TENDER March, "Washington Grays"C. -I' PEARLMAN'S Inc.
S. Grafulla. !
i FLEMING STREET METHODISTCHURCH School ice 7:15 o'clock. ,
Bible at 9:45 a. m.
Grand Success I I of De lolay. was a great success! !!, I Captain O. T, Pogue, superintendent. Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and REACHES MIAMIVESSEL Selection from Verdi Opera"Ernani"A. 'i PREPARE FOR SCHOOLSALE

I| The dance was attended by a I i I praise service.Friday Heinicke. ]

Dance given last evening:: at'I,Ilarge crowd which danced by the Cor. Fleming and William Street Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 7:15 p. m., fellowship March "York Firemen"-B. F.

Cuban Club under the auspices of : good music furnished by a pop- Shuler Peele Pastor Subject: "Re-Thinking Our Religion. meeting. Crumlin.
Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order'': ular local orchestra.I Church school meets at 9:45a. ." .. ,. Saturday. 2:30 p. m., boys and : HAS SUPERINTENDENT "Star Spangled Banner"-II 25 cases of Children's Shoes

I I : m.* William N. Knowles. superintendent The Baptist Training Union girls' church. I OF DISTRICTON Francis Scott Key. I just received for SCHOOL

:::::...:............................:..........a !I I Bible Class The meets Wesley in the Fellowship pas'tor's meets at 7 o'clock. o'clock..', BOARD Subscribe to The Citizen. .I Ties SELLING and -Sports.Oxfords.All Straps.fixes
Evening worship at 8 from baby 2 to big 7 for
PERSONAL MENTION study.! The pastor will tell the story of J Boys and Girls. $1.0O. $1.25.
there to-
District, who will arrive
11 o'clock.
i Morning worship at
I "A Good Man Who Made a Bad (Colored) $1.35, $1.50 to $1.98.
Intermediate morrow.
uu. u uuu Epworth League Lighthouse Tender Ivy arrivedin Buy your School Shoes here
Blunder. Corner Division and Thomas Sts.
: Tender Poppy is due to leave
meets at 3:30 Miss Venda- and all-leather
p. m. services will at Miami yesterday with save on
All other regular II. R. Hill pastor Monday for Tortugrs and will Shoes.
I line
: Watkins superintendent. be carried on during the week. Sunday: school, 9:30 a. ai. Superintendent W. W. Demeritt, clean and the series of beacons Short
: Young People's League meets I Ii paint Boys' Pants at 88e, 69e
who went to confer with Super
i Preaching 11 a. m. recently installed to mark the i and 49c pair.
at 7 m. Miss Mary Felton:
I p. Junior A. C. E. meet intendent H. L. Beck of the Sixth : Pants
League channel to Fort Jefferson. I'Boy. Long pair $1.50.
president. I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN at 5:30 and 98e.
Evening worship service at &:00 I|! CHURCH p. m. tion of the Most Blessed Sacra II Tender Poinciana will leave next i I Children's School Dresses,
Senior A. C. E. League meet
week for Tampa Bay for work on
I o'clock. i iI ment, 7 p. m. : each $1.00 89c and 49c.
at 6:15
< p. m. lids to navigation. After this
I Mid-week prayer and Bible J. C. Gekeler, Pastor Church school 8 a. m. Boys' Fast Color Shirts, each
study Wednesday at 8 p. m. I Corner of White and Washington Evening:: service 8 p. m. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. in. work is completed the tender winprocel'd SOc 59c and 89c.

I 'I Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately Streets Weekly Services! Week-Day Services to Cedar Keys and begin i SALE ON SUMMER SILK
Tuesday 7:30 p. m.. Class. activities which will take the ves-
following the mid-week Sunday school meets at It: a. Mass\ on Tuesday and Thurs- DRESSES

I I service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts di- InA.. C. Elgin: superintendent.The hearsal.Friday 7:30 p. m., choir re- day at 7 a. m. lei| to the uwannee river. f $3.95; to $6.75: Dresses at

I rector. ; Adult Bible Class is aught Litany and Sermon on Wednes- $1.98 $2.88, $3.88.

I I by the pastor. day at 7:30 p. m. : SALE ON WHITE SUMMER

II METHODIST EPISCOPAL Morning worship at 11 o'clock.: SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST Confessions: After the Wednes- I SHOES
With I $3.00 to $4.00 Shoes at $1.88.
CHURCH. SOUTH Sermon topic: "Fellowship CHURCH day evening service.
God." $%.48. $2.88.
I o'clock. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH A number of Broken Shoes at
"EL SALVADOR" Evening worship at 8 (Colored) i .
I pair $1.50.EXTRA
Sermon topic/ "The Man Who Southard Street Between Thomas i
Corner Grinnell and
Virginia (Colored) SPECIAL ON
Works." and Emma Streets I
I Streets A. T. MeCaskill PastorM. OXFORDS
ville.'j r William Perkins PastorG. Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords
Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor A. )Moreno Steward ,
Williams, Missionary Leader Recording EXPERT Black, Brown and Tan. at
(Services in Spanish) ,
10 I' CHURCH OF GOD Sabbath School (Saturday). 10 Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary OPTICAL per pair ...__. .. ... $1.50
i Sunday school a. m. 9:30 "
I o'clock. Sunday school : a. m. EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY
; [ Preaching 8 p. m. 1106 Olivia Street 11 SERVICE MORNING.
Church services 11 o'clock in Sunday service a. m. 8:30 O'CLOCK
I I Mothers' Club meets Monday Morning service at 11 o'clock. Evening worship, 7 o'clock. 25c Printed Voiles

1 i I 8pm. Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. 'the morning.Y. Optical repairs form a large i per yard .... ... .
P. M. V. S. meeting :5:30;
Bible study and prayer service, Sunday night service, 7:15 PALACEMaurice part of our services. We are I : v and Printed Flaxons

Wednesday 8 p. m. o'clock. o'clock p. m. fully qualified and experienced I See ndow-Please Be On
Evangelistic service Wednes- Prayer meeting every Wednesday Chevalier in I Time For These Buy
to duplicate broken lenses and
"LA TRINIDAD"Revs. day, 7:15 m. night at 7:30 p. m. Japanese Silk Kimonas, Monday -
p. FOLIES BERCERE ....... .
frames glasses. I at $1.25
L., Oser and ,Montero. Prayer and praise service, Fri- on your I -
with- Japanese Silk Embroidered Pa.
Pastors day, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- SAINT PETER'S CHURCH I DR. J. A. VALDES I jamas and Negligees values
Duval and Angela Streets Ann Sothern-Merle Obregon
ing. $2.25. at __ ... $1.49
'! Sunday school 3 p. m. (Colored) ICenter I Matinee 10-15c Night 15-25c Orthogoa Soft-Lit Liceniee i EXTRA SPECIAL ON DANCE

I I Service in Spanish, Friday at Latin Mission Street, Between PeU-onia AND EVENING DRESSES13c 1
!\ I 7:30 p. m. Services Sundays, Tuesdays and and Olivia 532 Duval Street

I I I Thursdays conducted by Rev. Mass 8 a. m. I II I

LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Charles E. Lazo. Solemn Evensong and Benedic- HOLTSBERG'SMONDAY -- -
CHURCH. SOUTH Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.

Heavy Western Steer Meats I

Rev. L. M. Smith Pastor MIXED BIBLE CLASS I YOUNG HENS. Fat and Juicy SALE
Cor. Georgia and Division Sts.. I
I Nice Fryers Our low price. keep a. busy
Church school at 9:45 a. m:; Sam B. Pinder and W. P. o. Monday. We offer the foU
PEA SOUP FOG MEETS ITS MASTER ; with Ed. R. Curry puperinten- cino. Teachers Monti-I Bermuda Meat Market 'owing item. Monday morn I BIGGER SAVINGSthan

I icnt.;! This class meets every 1 lags

I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. morning at the Harris au- Phone 861-W Quick Service One case of fast color Prints,

IN NEW AIRPLANE RADIO{ COMPASSBy Junior Epworth League meets ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and We are open Sunday Mornings 36 inch about 30 pieces see ever with a new

I tat 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer women not connected with any window. on sale yd. .". lOc

in charge. f other Bible Class and regardless 25 pieces of Printed Voiles
STEPHEN J. McDONOUGH I|I| To Captain Hegenberger and I Intermediate Epworth League: I taken from regular stock GENERAL HI; ELECTRIC

(Associated Press Science Writer)I the Army Aair Corps left theI meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs S. J. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS and priced for Monday's

WASHINGTON, Aug. 10.-; was I Pierce in charge. I quick sale, yard ....,.._._ 15c ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATOR
job of this device D. ARONOYITZ
Visibility zero ceiling zero'i'I adapting to I Young People's Department Oh Summer Shoes Another shipment of Japanese I
: make blind landings safe "in Print Kimonas. all colors
prac- Miss Norma
meets at 7:00 p. m. I
fog hang thick. as pea soup I i tically any weather. To test it, Yates, president. i DEPARTMENT STORENew All Summer Footwear in (this makes the 3rd ship

over the airport a plane roars;the| made the first solo take-off I Evening worship service at 8:00 stock will be marked at special ment), on sale ............ $1.00 I

overhead( flying blind .1 I I flight and landing with his cockpit o'clock. shipment of GIRLS' prices for Saturday and Mton- Extra size Philippine Gowns, 1935

doe a figure drop through:, completely covered at Wright i I Prayer and praise service each SCHOOL DRESSES, in Prints day. We are now showing the reg. on sale $1.00 I 1930 -

the fog and land smoothly on the:]j .Field. Dayton, 0.. on May 9, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. and Sheers at each- I :Misses latest and in Children.style for Ladies Extra size Kayser Fit-All-Top

runway. I j f 1932, and since' has made thousands -I choir 1.00 of Hosiery, reg. $1.25, at per
practice There still few pairs
That soon will be the story of similar Young people's AND UP are a pair ....__....._.._ $1.00 I
landings without Miss table with
!! each Thursday at 7 p. m. Every dress sanforized and i I on our
around most American airports j| so much as blowing out a tire. Alice Jenks. pianist. pre-shrunk groken sizes to go at. per Full Fashioned Silk Hose,

on foggy days. It will be duel!i How* It Works Church choir practice each Fri I IBOYS' pair ............._.. '.. ._ 1.4 'Chiffon and Service on sale, I
._.... ........_ 59e
I per pair
work of G. C. Phoenix and Kayser Silk ??
largely to the
!(I For blind landings two portable day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland SCHOOL PANTS and Children's School Dresses, 7 to t
Kruesi, inventor of the radio como:'' radio transmitters which can be SHIRTS, (Tom Sawyer Line), Hosiery Chiffon and Service I
Adams, pianist. 14. just in ... .. $1.00 ,
: weights, special, "
and to Captain Albert F.!!, moved all guaranteed to wear-at fJQn .
IMUSS quickly about the airport Pillow Cases
Peperell regular
pair _.__......___._ /U e
Hogenberger, recent recipient of:;; are installed. One is placed about Popular' Prices. (Every pair guaranteed) 3 for $1.00,4 for __ $1.00 I 11II
the Collier trophy. Hegenbergeri 1 i two miles from the airport and the CATHOLIC CHURCH MONDAY SPECIALS Pure Silk Pongee reg. 25c. oa

adapted the compass to make!j other 1,500 feet from it in line SL Mary Star of the Sea Another, LAWNS.shipment PRINTSand o fFLAXOXS Flowered Triple Sheer Printed sale, yard ._.. "-_"'_ 19e I V
blind flying and landing almostas with the direction of the I Dresses special Saturdayand Another case of Plain Broadcloth -
1 prevail- Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., SHIRTING MATERIALper .
I .. on sale yard .. lOc I I
simple. as driving the family i ing wind. Monday each .. .. $1.95 I
in charge All Tripple Sheer Silks regular
I Nice assortment Pongee Ki-
auto into a two-car garage. j The incoming pilot approaches Order of services for this 15c monas and Pajamas, $1.00. on sale yard .... 75c
Will Install 20 the field with his spe- ,
!1 radio compass,church: I cial ..____ ........ .0_ $1.00 I Heavy Slip Satin the Its yd. ,
The bureau of air commerce is: tuned to one of the transmitters! Masses will beg! for' $1.00. on sale yd. 50c '
Sunday morning SHOES just Beautiful Silks; stripe' and -
preparing lr install 20 of these]| which operate on different Tre-,said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. SCHOOL We Leather re- plaids, also. Rough Crepes Girls' School Oxfords, just in, G4 Meeiter $
j j ceived. carry only P789Tep
directional: radio devices prin-|!: quencies. As he passes aver .the I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. j Shoes. special yard __ SOc per pair ..._ __... $1.98 I Medals
cipal airports. Test installations;!!'transmitter a light lahe # on hit I service at 7:30 o'clockj J CHILDREN'S SCHOOL I'' 81x90 Peperall Sheets regular as low ss.SThe ..
I; Evening $1.25 for _._ ._... 1.0O
now are being made at Washing-;> instrument panel. He immediately 36 inch PONGEE PRINTSfor I:
ton and Newark. X. J. Eighteen.'tunes in the second station and Sundays Fridays. j Girls' School Dresses, for- ,iDon't wait till the last 25c Pillow Tubing, on sale, r ealcd-i0-tel mechanism halloos been famous
a yard ., .. ...... .. 20c
I minute to the kiddies I per -
others will bo net up along the]|I! describes a wide arc until he ADVENTISTS mer value 39e yard. Monday prepare 18 Silk Dresses that have been lot it. unparalleled dependable performance at low cott.
SEVENTH DAY for school. We have
a com-
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Angeles to New York. I until he passes over it a 1017 Fleming StreetR. I plete shoes eitc.Linene. $7.95 will take them out r Flatop and Liftop..e 40% Ies electrical current and

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pas, a pilot become independentof 800 feet. Bible study, Friday 7:30 p. m. MEN'S' SHIRT SALE JUST RECEIVED-Another each ................. ._ ..... $2.50 9 Years Performance Protection for only 11 a year.

the narrow band of the radio]|, Transmitter No. 1 then is tuned Sabbath service. 10:30 a. m. j s Special Prices shipment Ladies' Handbags. NEW FALL GOODS ARRIV. A new General Electric costs tot it than
beacon which most in the begins I Smart colors to match every ING DAILY yon more
range commercial -' and plane a gradual 85c S1.25 I part for itself through iu aavwp
planes follow at present descent passing over it at a heightof AND outfit. New Fall Hand Bags, 20 styles

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transmitter even a commercialbrcadcasting :, fall of one foot in altitude for OF FASHIONCity' $3.95 to $S.9S
Serving Key West I It 51.00 Evening Dresses from _..._
station then turn, each 10 feet of distance covered. THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
Half Century _. __ $6-5 to $1.. 5
the until the indicator Leading Ladies Store ..
plane 24 Ho.r Amb.lance Service Tripple Sheer Dresses, 14 to
needle of the the The of the Soviet t Continaiag oar CLEARANCE I ,
compass population Licensed Embamers SALE an Summer Ready- I. APPELROUTH 40, at -L..-.. Us IIi
dashboard points to zero and holdit Union of Russia is estimated to be Phon 135 Night 696-\l to-Wear oa and Millinery. I
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