The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 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: UF00048666:00091
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Associated Service.Press -Da7 Wire! 1!&11 Key West, Florida, has the 1

For Beat 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to 'the b" e. r "W. tS t

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u. S. Envoy Says Only Lions' Roars -Two Revenue-Producing: Acts Nine Projects For Monroe County ApprovedBy 11"

Broke Calm Of "Pre-War" Ethiopia Passed By Legislature Are Florida; p Works Progress Administration, .

Tells Of -Conditions As.! CITIZEN COMPILES LIST FROM. Attacked ,As UnconstitutionalCLASSY I i I'"4T AfT.4r..tJJr II'I '.PLANS AND RECOMMENDATIONS- FOR PROPOSED -. i



flict With Italy Was NUMBERSTO Three Other Major Bills! FOR REVIEW; VARIOUS ACTIVI-

Threatened Enacted To Be Fought J i Br AoM i BE HEARD AT : WASHINGTON Aug. 13.
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Out In Courts As To -The divison of applications ACCORDANCE WITH PROGRAM

IrI.l4fI.IT.I.I.I.I'J At the last meeting of the county CONCERTTONIGHT I ;
my Amoelt4 Pr. ) I and information of the \\'orkaProcre.a
WASHINGTON 13_| tax adjustment board there Their Validity
Aug. ] KEMP LANDS I (Bj Asrlalr. Press. <
I II Administration

Roaring lions that -awaken him I I]i JEWFISH ON BRIDGE I were 27 applications for adjustments ONE OF BEST PROGRAMS YET announced today program that JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 13.-Among 22 projects approved

mornings, hyenas that prowl considered by the body. I (By AnM latr4 Press> by the Florida WPA today, and sent to Washing1
Catching 75-pound jewfish President
a Roosevelt
TALLAHASSEE Fla, Aug. 13. had approved
through the streets by night, and while fishing from the I. every. instance the board instructed CAESAR 'LA MONACA, I ton for review, were the following In Monroe county:
Boca Chica bridge was the -Five major acts of the 1935 an allotment of $8,-
the calm acticii and the I Recondition Municipal Golf Course Island.
monotonous daily routine prompt Stock
event which brought thrilling I BAND DIRECTOR
a I
748 in federal
legislature, two of them counted funds to carry
of life in Addis Ababa are climax to the week' stay acceptance oftbe' adjusted Federal fund, $19,722.24.
in Key West of H. E. Kemp, i upon to produce about $5.000,000,J on at'Key-West research survey :

described by W. Perry George. of Miami.Mr. amounts in (conjunction with the Conductor Caesar La Monaca I Beautify Parkway Roosevelt? Boulevard, also Key
I and Mrs. Kemp in annually ia''fevenue, base been work for
American charge d'affaires in 5 for a week's vacation as the amount allowed fa bonds, : has arranged one of the best programs educational aad commercial West bridge paths. Federal funds, $18,899.80.
attacked in the courts as locos
Ethiopia in the "American Foreign .J guest of Mrs .Kemp' brother- Through the courtesy of Clerk I
of his musical career for benefit. Develop Botanical Gardens, Municipal Golf Coun ,y
in-law .
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.Bemard stitutional. I
Service Journal. I Allen, and decided to Ross C. Sawyer The Citizen haa I i! Federal
I the concert at the encampment funds 1695470. ,
First the act seeking to lealizeaad )l"I'.II".I'.I'.I E I
spend Sunday morning, his
George's article written before )I prepared a* list of the amounts, adjustment i II
last opportunity for the sport 1 this evening 7:30 o'clock. |I Fertilizer production for WPA beautificatioir'jects.
tax slot machines, to rai.
the Jtalo-Etbiopian! crisis assumed fishing.In j figures and delinquent I Three vocal numbers are listed :i I GUN PRACTICE !'I Federal funds, 14865.
company with Harold: $1,000,000 annually was thrown
its present seriousness, Moomaw, Mr. Allen and Mer- years to give its readers an idea II I to be persented by local favorites. {
Development athletic facilities in d
into the circuit declared several par' ; -
pictures the Abbysinian. capital vie Russell Mr. Kemp went to I I of the savings which can be effected Miss Janice Lewis and George court and I I STARTED LATERTHANEXPECTED I
Boca Chica and had eral funds $20,824.Beautify .
bridge ,
Mills unconstitutional
White will be heard in a by Judge E. C.
as it was before throbbing war beets there only a short time I under the law.
selection; from "Naughty Mariet'I I I public buildings. Federal fut. $17327.25. -
Love ,
when he felt a tug on the line In the at Quincy. Next came tne
drums called the tribesmen first column .is shown "
ta. Miss Lewis
which meant fish in capital : will also sing
prepare against possible invasion I letter I the delinquent years. In the next! "Giannina Mia" from "The Fire graduated occupational license and I' -- j

i After a struggle lasting column the assessment accordingto fly" and Mr. White and Avery gross receipts tax law, parts of, WILL BE CONTINUED THIS I i t I Beautify streets and parkways. Fcder ."*a, $15-
by Mussolini's
legions over 30 minutes, Mr. Kemp
and his companions broughtthe the books of Tax Assessor J. Johnson will sing the tenor and which have. been held invalid bjr'I AFTERNOON IN ORDER TO, 742.80.
"One wakes of a morning," baritone duet from Verdi's "TheForce
fish to shore. It was one Otto Kirchheiner and in the next COMPLETE SCHEDULE SST:
George writes, "to the roar, distant of the fipest specimens of the of Destiny." !both state ..d federal courts. The I Develop nursery facilities and greenhouses.. Federal

and muffled of lions. Theyare jewfish ever. caught they column the adjustment Assess Hank Newman, in an imper legislature estimated this was a$4OOOOOO 1 I IN TODAY'S ACTIVITIES funds, $15,188.40.

at the Imperial Gebbi aid. ment. I sonation of Ediee Cantor, will 1 I -
Delinquent Assessment Adjustment revenue source I Beautify parks and playgrounds. Federal funds,
(palace), some encaged and others present a song and dance.hick U I i
.4T.4'.II.1'.I'.IT ;:: 1933-34 Target practice the 155; nulli'l
.t 5 46.14 $ 31.611 K 1 on -
loitering about the stairways and" said to be one of the best numbers .Latest to get into the courts i is1 $20,603.60.

they want their breakfast. Then I ---I I 46.14 31.611 i ;' on any program to be given the milk control act, setting 1 up aboard 'l!I meter guns tt tort Taylor started '
80.03 61.23 'I --
the lions have breakfasted, and} DEMOCRATS TOHOLDJIEETINGj,! ., 80.03 61.23 I j while the regimental band is i of five members and seeking !;!:! somewhat !later than was anticipat- I

throughout the day the only .. 68.73 49.93|$ ,here. There are 12 numbers on to convey to the board authority 'j!I ed this morning and the scheduled i DOCTOR CLAIMS 'SO'CIOMETRY'TESTS

sounds are the meaningless, care- i I ,, 68.73 49.93! the program, as follows 'j;,i number of shots will have to be

free chatter, and laughter of the 68.73 4U.93: t tr March "The Diplomat"SousaOI to regulate the prices to''I!I completed this afternoon. I:

' crowds: << that throo rjhe_ streets I f I 1l3.9-I-:_ 84.81 ". _T ners' WalU :Lake,- .... be enarged for milk. 1 I! Batteries "A" and "B" participated t f SPOT POTENTIAL HOLDERS DESTINY .
Earlier -' -
the plaintive squeal of the large r 113.94 84.87 "Carioca" ll Requested) Yu-r ; VcreJ I
t' AT LEAST FLORIDIANS { in thu but
SEVEN practice firing
brown hawks circling endlessly {j 1931-34 207.93 147.30 mans. I against the barber board i[f -

over the town and the cawing orl TO ATTEND CONVENTION )|)1927-'34 287.78 123.20 Soprano Solo, "Giannina Mia"Maw. and proceedings were started I1,' until the scores sometime will later not be available By HOWARD W.. BLAKESLEE N. Y.,- state training school: for
in week
front "The Jo'ireCly"-Jo'riml. "Ciribinbin against a measure reducing the I
crows. I! ,
11 1931-34 92.84 74.58 (Associated Press Science Editor
i IN MILWAUKEE j 5. ,. ," Waltz Pestalozza.Alias number of judicial circuits from'!; it was learned! at headquarters this )j girls was reorganized by these
Becomes Tradition 71.94 51.51 ': afternoon.j I NEW YORK. Aug. 13.--In a tests. .
I .. Janice Lewis. 28 to 15 and eliminating the offices I -

"There is something undisturbed i -- i .. ", 207.93 56.10 147.31 50.30: I Overture to "William Tell"- of some judges. 1 j!I While the concision from the [ study of the comenuaity .life of{! The result-outbreaks and runaways -

and eternal about thisj' .ltr "_I.' Press. I IT I Rossini. Other Laws Under Fire |I I guns today was not very noticeable became .
1927-34 : predictable.
: 329.59 219.46
mythical land that denies the eK-| I it is stated, that tomorrow it I i J. L.: Moreno M. .
40,000 ,
TALLAHASSEE Fla., Aug. 15.:; i i8. { f'epular.NJIaChaCba" (Requested In addition to these? several persons : .;
1 379.07 2G.LOI :; 1 .
tetence of otherwhere and otherwise -! will be very pronounced and J ;i 1were mostly i p ire'ented. So
I K. Roberts national committeeman -1:! ) from 'Caravan"-tiny minor laws and others :of local 1 I
752.65 547.23 ; ,
I D. ore .
of thjo lewlers'of .ciometryshowed
and it seems to reside in a[ dents especially in! the vicinity of'i p 7chiatryt ci up the troublfe
faith that has become for the Young Democrats -'' 1932-31 245.81 178.0t :' inaaju application are'under fite in the' the { miters
tradition. Hank fort should take { before,the trouble. These
I Newman la Eddie every pre-i *
The beginnings of Ethiopia are!t of Florida today said a !'j! 1927-'3 3 280.68 117.79! in Song and a Dance. Cantor -I courts. Ultimately, the supreme. caution to guard against damage I! has* found n sew approach" trouble makers were usually not

lost in the prehistoric mists. I I least seven Floridians would attend -!{j 1930-34 n ..:; 154.74 125.77-1)j, N*relty, "Military Escort in court tions. will decide. all the que r!I, to doors with glass panels and i to the solution of present* social f 'conscious of their( harmful roles

"The error of the'foreigner has j the National Young Demo-:jI}I 473.79 Five Ways"-Fillmore. I I window sashes I I A group of 51 among' the 500
/I ft >
317.6H i So far in filed i
been uncomprehending impatienceJThe '1 crats convention MilwaukeeAugust 485.60 every case in.' Tomorrow Batteries I Ii unrest. I illustrates. This
at .. ", Fox Trot, "FantasieOrientale"Lmge. |I "D" and was analyzedand
127.351 Symphonic the lower
Portuguese' missions and the| 22 and 24. 172.44 courts the laws under i'; "E" will fire the 12 inch mortars I I put together by the spontaneous
By a simple he his
= attack have test can put
floods of Islam's hosts shattered 1 i In addition to Roberts otherFloridians 1931.. 5.:31 323.39 241.68)I; Tenor and Baritone Duet from been held unconstitutionaL and each year these guns: are IikeS'of each one for one or

their lances against the Ethiopian expected to attend are 5. .. 240.54 171.43' "The Force of Destiny-Verdi. I I fired reports have been received,[finger on the invisible lander of more of the other girls.I .

beliefs that are as firm and vigorous -)I Bud.1Uiuell of Gainesville: Acey ,102.38 75.57'.' "Moonlight and Roses"-Moret. was Tne dot machine law virtually] rjby!; residents who failed to leave I each person's destiny on the I Leaders IsolatedOne
today as they were when the Carraway of Tallahassee W. I:. -1 George Mills White and Avery in its tracks as Judge'Love windows and doors partly opened I[ mediate boss and on the social I
; girl was isolated only one
Queen of Sheba trekked homeward -, Smith of Tallahassee, W. W. Woodof 5551.61 $3,836.21From ; Johnson. I I granted an injunction restraining \" and, damage has resulted. currents which make or break )
other girl liking her. Yet this
from King Solomon's court" Miami, Johnnie Walker of the foregoing it can be;i; Grand Selection from "Naughty I Comptroller J. M. Lee' onei
him. isolated girl was the in-
the God of Israel in her Gainesville and Carl of I from spending money for printing : potential i
heart Cessery readily seen that this group of delinquent -i Marietta"-Vitor lIer=rert. Fe a'
j DOCTOR leader of tbemaIL She
and when Menelik, her son, bore Jacksonville. license application blanks t o< WARREN This is his "sociometry" test a, .j
I' taxpayers. collectively,: luring Janice Lewis and GeorgeMills be liked just oneother girl the
home the ark of the covenant. Roberts said President Roosevelt White. I used by persons seeking au- quick method of learning a per same
effect a I sv! lu of $ ,71 x.32 on the I|I thority to operate the ;; one who liked her.
To Enact Routine would be the principal speaker a : i SHOWS, son's wishes
i The Star Banner. INTEREST spontaneous likes
I the convention, at which planwill sadjustnTtd{ : kited by'j) '} board.: There Spangled j I I No license has been machines.t J This second girl happened to be
"Tomorrow, the routine will be a concert tomo r' and aptitudes. i
of I This II I The- judge hid that the I liked by four. And each of these
every day will be enacted. Cara be made for the 1936 national doe f ot,- oweveF- meanal ;, row evening at the usual hour t I eIN': four the of four to
t Itth4total musty known slot machine- t LOCAL BAND! Will Aid Resettlement was
political campaigns.
vans of coffee and hides will slowly : s'afvp'U; thisyftarticular1 This was net intende! but due to 1'I.I scribed by some members of the) ''! seven other girls Beyond the

wend their way for a few hours, group; ,"as bonds\ 01 The county can !' the rain interfering "with the concert 'j|i legislature, as "one-armed bane J j He points out how to regulate, four the chain went to three other'key
over mountain trails. be used in these-sdjustments, i in of Saturday night and last I I {
Trade will CUBA BRINGS IN I I dits. -Violated the constitutional; environment directly community! girls, each a center of seven.
be carried on in remote of J conformity with Blouse; Bill 296,,] night it was decided today to hot WILL7DELIVER ADDRESS .AT '!
parts fast de'provisiea j j I. that lotteries cannot be' ,I t by community.; The method is'i S. that, automatically anything
parsed at the session of the
1 the concert tomorrow Afterward
the night.
realm with salt bars as a 'i in Florida. |the second girl wished would become
operated A machine, BENEFIT ? -
medium of exchange. Feudal 237 PASSENGERS FUrids, Legislature, which further j the orchestra will play for I! RcRFORMANCE! useful he thinks for present na-|I
Judge Love said' constitutes lottery | known to all the others.
chiefs will travel on mule back I materially reduces the actual cash'! .a dance to be given at the Key i i: if the element of cnance a -' TO BE GIVEN TO RAISE! tional resettlement problems. It) But this second girl liked only

through the streets. of the capital expenditures by delinquents. j West Country Club. |I: dominates in its operation. pre- : has worked to predict and prevent'! the isolated girl, who therefore
their rank and dignity at VESSEL ,SAILED LATER FOR! The same adjustment grants can I Pending Questions I outbreaks in -restricted communities. -,'was!' her "higher up." She would
be had other
tested by the numbers and equipment by delinquent taxpayers -i PIERCE FAMILY I {i take her thoughts ,from thi.,
Various injunctions in I
it is granted
of the men-at-arms trottinalongside TAMPA WITH FORTY pointed'out by the ( '
g { I Doctor Moreno the'1 isolated "higher up" and
both the state and federal i describes pa&3them :
with their clerk and members of the board t courts William R. Warren who i is!
lers of rhinocerous stubbed hide, buck their SIX PASSENGERS by making application to the board( LEFT FOR HOME'; against the occupational license'! deeply interested in the success of:'Survive approach," in a book "Who Shall to all the other 49 girls..
fi of which William
spears and their rifles. in the proper form. I ijand gross receipts tax law-com-{ the Key West Hospitality Band A.I

"Great ladies veiled to theyes e At this time there are a number .' monly known as the chain ,tore:' and its efforts to secure funds j White M D, Sup. of Sib Elizabeth FRENCH ACES WEAR 71

and wearing Steamship Cuba, of the P. and of applications in the office of j tax-are applicable only to the with which to purchase music, will Hospital, Washington, writes: NEW 'DIVING SUITS'PARIS
large felt
will ride solemnly by, their mules hats'j-X). S. S. company, returned from Olerk Sawyer and other delinquents -|1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pierce and I firms which obtained them pending -i., deliver an address at the benefit j it!2"And think-of.what possibility!r -

supported by the hands of a dozen Havana yesterday afternoon with have said they are making j j''children who were visiting Mrs.1Pierce's decisions by the state and!! performance to be given for the may offer to an understandingof I BT A.a.elatN Pr...)

retainers on foot. | 179 first class passengers and 19 arrangements: to secure funds to brother and sister-in-law'j United States supreme courts on!! organization at the Palace Theater -, problems of democracy as they August 12.- France'military ,
Many priests'
will walk more miles. prayer'| second class for Key West; 3 4 have their taxes adjusted and i 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry at t!whether the law is constitutional.! August 20. j'I' occur in a country like the United I aviators will be equipped

staffs in hand first class and five second class for square up accounts with the state : the home on Olivia street left t! The, barber board law bounced j An excellent of vocal' States made up of race from allthe 1 1with'
and the Psalms of program aerial "diving suits" for high
David slung over their shoulders Tampa. Of the 237 passengers on I and county. | over the highway this morning;j. into the eocrts when price scales,' and musical entertainment bas four quarters of the globe." altitude flights.Commandant.

as a tourist would the vessel there were 95 aliens. I Ifor Homestead. to be charged for barber work I! been>> arranged for the evening I Doctor Moreno a guns; Austrian -;I Rosencthiet
1. 'naY
-"And carry a camera. The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for I 5fr. Pierce is bridge tender atj t j were put into effect Some shops, and these features ni conjunctionwith 1 i physician in the world war,
about it all there will be NEW\ OFFICE HOURS 1 physician, has constructed a suit
no sign of haste. There Tampa with 46 passengers and Card Sound and this was the first; refused to abide by the price] the usual program of first j teacher of Elisabeth Bergner. the I) to resist
will be {designed temperatures as
freight. I visit he had tne opportunitymaking of scales and obtained injunctions class '[ actress found his new trail in a';
no concern for market quotationsor ', 11 pictures offered by the, ilow as 76 degrees below zero It
for the news of the day or for' AT PWA' BUILDING to his home. in about one preventing the barber board from! Palace, will round out a perfect group of 33,000 peasants at Mit-I has been tested at a theoretical

the passageof time." year.Accompanying interferring with operation of the evening, members of the band!j tended near Vienna. They were of than 50.000
NEW ARRIVAL AT height more feetThe
Mr. and Mrs. i| moved there
I shops at lower prices. Proceed- promise. i from the Tyrol dur-J helmet is madeof;
Pierce where their three children I also t Ins the war. |I a 1'
ings against this law were There will be beautiful ]'
aluminum alloy and the snit
New office hours into
went effect
I L. CURRY'S HOME Lois Atop Fay LiUian .and Raymond brought directly into supreme j presented to one of the patrons i Thousands Tested I I canvas. A motor
{ this morning at the Key West Curry Pierce. Two: other! and the barber board 'i processed -
Target practice will be held i in ; j court was: who will attend the performance I tin four years these transplanted supplies
the Administration for a trial period. children Harry Joseph and Mary directed to show its authority 1 J i on the evening of August 20. Th'sdoll people founded ; rivi't'ompre1lllOr
area south and east of the i,t a new community j Claws, worked by the pilot's
main shin. channel at a range ofi'i Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Curry I Hours now are from 8 A. M. to Louise with remained their uncle for and a longer within the constitution-for set-; is on display at one of the complete, with improvements and I inside the suit, assure

12,000 to 15,000 yards at 7:26! on August 12 at their residence, noon and from 1 P. M. to 4 Y.stay aunt. ting pricesObtained popular refreshment places on Du-'advantages. But they were can,the plane. ..

a. m.. Key West, August 13 and 915 Southard street a girl, weigh- M., Mondays through Fridays and Injunction val street. j happy. Because, although homo-

14. inclusive.All | ing 9 3-4 pounds. from 8 A. It!. to noon Saturdays.The Truck Arrives Tonight i A group of St. Petersburg circuit milk I Igeneons they had regrouped'themselves DRIVES AUTO AT 103
shipping:: is cautioned. | The little one ba Seen given. I'dealers obtained a court) ESCAPES FROM FIRE I with the wrong lead
MAJOR W. W.: RHEIN. U. S. Aj,\ the name of Myrna Lee. new schedule has been put With large variety of FRESH 'injunction against enforcement of' l era, wrong bosses wrong social MANCELONA Mich.-ThotnaJ.

Commanding. I| Mother and baby are doicgj into effect only, for a trial period RUITS_ and VEGETABLES prices set by the milk controlboard GLENCOE IIL-George Dale p:; pools. K.. Hill 103. of this city, whose

COLONEL R. M. WOODWARD., nicley. it was announced, and may: e' Lowe's Cash .for the Pinellas county,' of this city aged 85, escaped death I Since then he has tried. the so- family told him 32 years ago be
j ,
F. N. G.. Regimental Com-I Mrs. Curry was before marriage be changed if it does not prove]! Grocery I areaa. George O. Weems. the in ti fire by slidding down an iron I ciometry tests on 7.000 persons was too old to drive an automobile

mander. ang12-2t; Miss Katherine Watson. 1 I' satisfactory. ) 1117 Division St. Phone 675 board director said the case I pipe from the third floor of the! ] in the United States. A community has passed his examination and

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A ."PUBLIC PURPOSE"The .................... ...ji ........................f cations commission born New
6I hl r \ttatr 1; (:m JgI .jI i: i in
I i. I Today's Birthdays;: York, 59 years ago.:
t THE WEATHERTemperature
PubJluhMl Except SunOay By
r n TUB CITIZB1 PIBLJSIIING; CO. INC, Federal Circuit Court of Appeals ........................,! Frederick .\. of Texas,
I. I*. 4lirMA>. .........e.t at Cincinnati recently decided that the ........................ Sterling .
JOB ai.L&N. A....'... timmtmrmm Manager Don Herold ';' \ Rear Admiral Samuel M. Rob-I U. S. Minister to Bulgaria, .orn
From Tb. Citls** Building United States Government could not con- .* inson. U. S. N., former chief of:: in St. Louis, 5V years ego.

Corner Greene and Ann Street for the of irni Highest! ...... ............. ........8R.
demn property the Bureau
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe private purpose Lowest .._.._ . ..... .751 of Engineering; born j Edwin Grasse of New York famed -
__ _______ Connty.Altered constructing low-cost housing prospectsand Thanks. ;Mean _._.. . ..80Mean !at Eulogy Tex. 53 years ago. i! violin virtuoso, born there, 51
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: at Key rlri We.t"Florld&:; ."tXTH aa TEAR second claaa matter removing objectionable slums because a ]parent.? I'm.I :: ...... : . ..._..84'3ami.Il I II j years. ago.Llewelyn.

II...... .t t". As..elat.d ...... this did not constitute a "public use." I I Judge William J. Tilson of the 1| -
1'11. As8OC"tate4 Preps III ,nciultyely: entitled to use SW $ parent : Powys of XI'1'ort..
It had been planned to remove unsanitary 0 wn.OUre Ye'terday's Precipitation .13 Inll. i U. S. Customs Court. New York.
for repDblication of all news dlapatches credited to noted author. born in England. 51
Normal" Precipitation .15 Ins.This ,j born at Clear Branch Tenn.. 04
1 It or. .ot otherwise credited la this paper and also .
ana improper living quarters at .. ... years ago.Buddy
_the local news published hare. Y too rrr rd r trrm U-iJe.r years ago. !
Louisville, Ky., and in place thereof to : ..dt.a.t K .'. _" 'W_ MorBlMK. I i
'NATIONAL fDITCPIAt : Tomorrow.* Almanac { ) Sobers, actor born 31
build reasonable housing facilities. within I George II. Payne of New York!) .
J ASSOCIATIONSUBSCRIPTION, I driving : Sun rises .n..h" .._. 6:00 a. ml I j cars: ago.Hon. .
..6Cy 19.3.5 the reach of laborers and others with low Sun sets .......nm.. ... 7:03 p. : member of the Federal Communi-, -'

RA.TICt! -' incomes, thus improving their places of Moon rises ._ .. 7:12 p. m.l|i ron!:; of tn: Great Lake and over Hugh Guthrie. Canada'
.... 'Tear .$10I ." ftoo | Moon sets .. ... ... .6.00 a. m. ". Minister of Justice, born in Ontario -
n. Gulf hi&tMcts Flordia.
!IlK .fonth., I.I living. The eminent Federal judge decided coa i and 0' ,' 'arago..
ri>r*. Montb I.lil j' Tomorrow's Tide S. M. GOLDSMITH I
:D.. Montb, ..s.6t that "the construction of sanitary
Weekly .ZI I t A.M. P.M. j| Temporarily in Charge j Subriue! to The t'ilizen.IMORE .
... ADVERTISING RATES houses to sell or lease to low-salaried I high ....h.-.....- 9:21 10:14
Mad known on application. workers or residents of slum districts" was II !: Low ..........._....... 2:36 3:39
'SPECIAL: NOTICE I Barometer 8 a. m. todayi ,- ':. :',= .'
All reading notice cards of thanks. resolutions of not a "public use. II -
respect obitUAry notice. .t&, will t>.,charged for at Sea level, 30.06.
We rather feel that such construction
the rate of 10 cent. a line. a I

Notices revenue for Is to entertainments b. derived antl by eh_nt reli..a. from Un. which is too narrow for the present day., It TO PARENTS ONLY i WEATHER' FORECAST

discusof I is undeniable that slum districts are pro- j t IICOLDIIWITH
Interest but It will not publish aaonymou communl- lific breeders of vice and crim.e. They are Bachelors old maid, high school of the careless driving done in this tI I (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday)
eauoaa youngsters and everybody else but country is done by parents.
menaces to the public health, as well. parents will please leave the room. We parents ought to think 'ONE j Key West and Vicinity: Partly
When private initiative, demanding a good This talk is to parents only. OUT OF TH REE': every time we start +,jckudy. probably local thunder-
If I could just all the in child to school him
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST get parents a or permit to play
return on the money invested, sometimesan II I America interested in automobile safety in the street, and every time we start I Iti 1 LESS CURRENT
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN 1 wouldn't. bother about the bachelors out in a car. 40%
exorbitant return, is unable to make the I and the others. I'd let them go. We should consider every wild I
improvements, it would seem to us to be It seems that it ought to be easy to driver a personal enemy of our family.get .
parents excited and fanatical on the We almost ought to carry red flags
: 1. .Water and Sewerage. within the range of government, if it is subject. with "1 out of :.T' on them. I wish. I II '
"' Road Main- STATISTICS SHOW THAT ONE could arrange an unsigned between ;4 I' \
;..2.. ,Bridges to complete to operated for the public welfare, to m.eet CHILD IN THREE WILL BE all parents to be careful pact of each J JrriJ I te =
)and.i' .' the needs. KILLED OR SFRIOUSLY IN. other's kids while driving. According d "l') 1., R.. lI l\ i- %
JURED IN AN AUTOMOBILE to statistics of The Travelers Insurance _' w __
; ;j Free Port. Human happiness must come first in ACCIDENT OR SHE children I t 1'i, .
t ODREN filr.iJ i:2tS'e: ; ;
,....... Rotela"&nd' Apartment, this country. Old concepts'of law or'prop- HAS LIFE SPAN. I automobile accidents last year.injuredin I .it. "f 1. _
Pavilion. erty rights must be adjusted so that the Yet I imagine that a large percentage ONE: OUT OF THREE p Thundershowers Partly. Cloudy. ,

_,J. Bathing lives and happiness of families includingwomen ., ,
------ -- '- -- ---
showers tonight and Wt>dnJay:1
6. Airports-Land and Sea. 'I i
and and children, be, promoted. In the 1 .......................G (1 gentle variable winds. r _
1. Consolidation of County City
above case the Government t was not con- ] KEY WEST IN Today In Florida: Probably'local thundershowers Li
Governments. History\!;I' tonight and Wednesday;
fiscating private property'< sought to con GONE BY ........................ i', not much change in temperature.Jacksonville .
demn but would have'paid the owner its- DAYS 1521 ... : to Florida Straits
-Cortes, Spanish
Mussolini wants peace. Sure, a pieceof fair value. To allow one private owner of : Happening Here Just 10 Year or of Mexico, recaptured .nquf'r-j I and. Eat Gulf: Gentle to moderate
As Taken FromThe variable winds mostly southeast-
Ethiopia. to Ago Today Mexico, which had been so heri..
property stop a great improvement, Files Of The CiticenThis t I II 'eily; weather partly overcast tonight -
carrying with it better homes for hundredsof ically defended 1 that moi of city" ; and Wednesday! with scattered C-l MONITOR
I seas leveled to ground before tak $13 789TOP
Present feminine styles are not much families is to allow theoretical con- morning work of repairingthe en. showers Wednesday.: MODELS,

to speak of. formity to traditions to become a menaceto tower on the city hall was I AS LOW AS
social reform and betterment. rtarted by a force of men. For sev-I 1534-Society of Jesus foun.i I WEATHER CONDITIONS I i
n.1:) days stork has been going on ed I in Paris by Ignatius LcyoH.<<: )
Joe Louis must'ave hit Levinsky whenhe amt! the scaffolding was completed rnntls: Xavier_and five others.i I This morning; temperatures are GENERAL .; ELECTRICALLSTEEL
all of i 5 to 15 degrees higher in the North
wasn't looking.At NEW ARMY AIR DEPOTS yesterday. Practically | 793U. S. commissioners Atlantic States and St. Lawrence
the repair work is to be done on REFRIGERATORS
treating with hostile Indians of Valley and throughout those regions
the tower housing the alarm bell.| I
j Northwest told by Indians: that thermal conditions are gres.t- S Now you can have bigger savings than ever witha
least our daily constitutional has Blanket authority for the construction I latter denied validity of ell treaties -
The Key West Electric company I I ly above the seasonal. On the new General Electric Refrigerator. New General
not been declared unconstitutional.Not of air depots throughout the nation and its is having a cistern constructed on I formally made with white I other hand it is somewhat" cooler Electric Refrigerators use 40%less current and have

possessions Is granted the Army in a bill the location adjoining the plant (I men. i in the Great Lakes region: Ohio double the cold producing capacity of 1930 models.
editor knows half much When competed: the reservoir will 1890 F'-l conventioni I and middle MUni'sippi! Valleys and
every as I -
recently passed by Congress, although it is have of gal I temperature are :l rain about nor All-steel cabinets with all modern convenience
a capacity 100,000 U. S. mail carriers bean iiI
of his readers think he knows. i *
as some feature sealed.ia..Ieel mechanismthat
recommended that definite areas be con- I mal. S "Ageless
Ions The York is being done by I Ho-.ton.
I ; require no attention-not even oiling.
Pressure the
sidered for the location of these' new ad- t the Paul Boysen Construction com-i-I *! highest over 5 Year Performance Protection for only *1 a

=-Judge Jefferson B. Browne of Key juncts to the national defense. as follows: pany. I 8-l\ania) surrendered *,o I''I and southern off the Rocky South: Mountain Atlantic Plateau coast I year oo Monitor Top Flacop sod Ltftop models.

iVist received mention-im"-Time. He is I American :forces. .
,- Atlantic Northeast-To provide for Lieutenant Commander GeorgeB. while the disturbance: of marked

the first Key Wester. to be noticed in that training in cold weather and in fog. Graham has been given a perm-:I in the Fleming Street Methodist;f intensity has, : moved northe,,\,.tx-ard TheEVERYDAY West Electric Co.

wLIely read magazine. Possibly that is a Atlantic Southeast and Caribbean anent commission in the United;chuich. Kev. Bryant will offici- I over Qut-l.f: Key
Showers aid{ thunderstorms daring
States Fleet Reserve with the same 'ate.
distinction in itself. Areas-To permit training in long-range rank to date from January 12, i the last "I hours in the middle

operations, especially those!' incident to reinforcing 1912. The Fleet Reserve is composed -. The fire bell on the Rocky Road I Missmirp. and Ohio Valleys' re-

: The Key West Citizen is a democratic the Panama C'Inal. of all officers who are qualified was ringing at intervals all of yesterday I -- -- ,- -
for any duties at sea on I afternoon. Asked about
newspaper and always has been, but nevera Southeastern States-To provide I i :I11.lII.I.lII.lAI
a board combatant vessels of the this Chief Ralph Pinder said that
blind partisan. Democratic propaganda depot essential to the maintenance of the navy. Officers are commissionedby lightning had struck the mechanIi .......................... ............................. ..............

ridiculing; ardent Constitutionalists will general headquarters air force. the president and are subjectto I i of the bell disturbing the con I
call for service at any time. nections.
never find in these columns. I
space Pacific Northwest-To establish and

.. maintain air communication with Alaska. The pleasure Yacht Aeolus!j Captain Warren: itrous.:f onu

: It..is said the Japs have no sense of Alaska-For training under condi- owner R. C. Perky and party on mandinJt officer of Battery "13" of[ NEEDS:

h lnor. What is more humorous than the tions board arrived from Miami today.I Key West, telegraphs friends in I ,
of extreme cold.
There U no significance; to be attached I ithit city that the local company
assertion that their'ruler is the son ofHti'tven Rocky Mountain Area-To provide a to the visit Mr. Perky said.; now at the encampment in
pensa'j I
and descends from the sun goddess depot essential to the maintenance of the Others beside: Mr. Perky are Mr.'Ico1a[ made a 100 percent -
and Mrs. MscRenaris, Mrs. Gillig.; the target practice this week re-
anrt that his should not be
name mentioned .
general headquarters air force and to afford -
Dr. Hugh F. Moore and H. V. pealing the wonderful performance
even by those mortals whom he opportunity for training in operations Bate. They will spend a few days of last year. CLOTHES .

rules. from fields in high altitudes. here discussing the matter of pro-i IRONING .
ptgatin sponge along the Florida [I It is the intention of Paul Boy- e (
While no appropriation is provided, Keys jaen!' who recently purchased the 1_ HAMPERS ( BOARDS
The Ethiopians do not consider them it is expected that the 110* million dollarsor I Island Oity Hotel. to place the : \ v

' selves Negroes, in fact they have a distinct more required will .t tjq prqvidsd by an M. Gleason. master mechanic I I building in first class!' condition for
disdain for their colored brethren. allotment from the work relief billions. "ith the La France Fire Apparatus i! the coming !season.' Mr.\ Boy!.?n .$$1.25 up $1.35 up
company has just completed re- plans to renovate the build inj, 55
When the Negroes of the world, especiallythe _In view of- the doubtful.vHiie/: > ;many pairs and overhaul to all the machines -| paint it and make it modern iq .0
American Negroes become aware of projects being undertaken \viUv-vrork relief of the local department.Tests .{ every respect. : .- -- -

thiS disownment} they will let the dis- funds, it seems that an: everK'greater raid Chief'Ralph made this morning B. Pinde; *.show that I f !:dit orial*eotnment: Some start e = : CLOTHESLINE CLOTHESLINE I 0

owners severely alone. well be devoted to estab- I -
amount might Mr. Gleifon has done a competent 'a running account and then pro- 'r

liihments of this' kind, whiclTwould, be in job and placed.the .agiftHiD first s coed, to run away from it. REEL A I :m
class condition.Mr. -
little to
y No more coaxing Johnny the nature of permanent contributions to News has been received in Key

spinach.' Candy is being made with it bya the national l defense. and Mrs. James Wells an- West of the marriage of Miss 50c o 25c 0 0z

rely process which retains all the nutri- nounce the approaching marriageof Helena Wilder daughter of Mr.

tive qualities, comes in the shape of lollypops their daujrhter. Macie to Chas.f jand Mrs. William A. Wilder, to
BEWARE OF EASY MONEY Raker, son of William Baker of I William E. !Moore of Pittsburgh z
and taste like more. There is no Miami. The will.' be
marriage j Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder were I
15m.it to human ingenuity and we are look- solemnized August 25 at 8 o'clock I|former residents of Key West.' Step SCRUB JI e eim

ing for the conversion. of castor oil into a Time and again we have advised ---... -- -- I

mellifluous confection. readers of The Citizen to beware of get- I I Ir I Ladders. :;: PAILS

rich-quick schemes. While it is naturalfor I im '

Mussolini, like Huey Long, knows most people to want "easy money" We will be ;. (;
pleased to hare you consult us about I I : $1.75 35c i0
that showmanship and statesmanshipmake there is very little opportunity for the p

an effective combination, so II Duce average citizen to cash in without effort. how you can a up Rer. Value 55c I

will make, a spectacular! flight to ,Ethiopia The safe plan is; to leave schemes alone

to:announce the coming of the Italian I and stick to some endeavor with which you

.. legions: That might impress more ad- are familiar. I Build, Buy, or 0 : ELECTRIC FANS $1.98 |

\ vanred and intelligent people, but it will Karl A. Crowley, Solicitor of the : :

\ ';Dimply"serye" ,[[ to exasperate the Conquering Post Office Department, says that Amer- j Refinance Your Homeor I II

\ Lion Jof Judah, and have the same efVeft ican citizens contribute "several hundred ICE CREAM FREEZERS $1.25 j z0

million dollars annually" to swindlers who I
; a red rag has on a bull. e
'I' operate through'the mails. The capacityof repair or modernize any type of I .:

The Citizen is an ardent advocate of individuals to bite on worthless and exploded building on insured credit .

buying) at home and has expressed itself schemes to amass fortunes, isamaz- I

many times on this subject but the merchants ing. i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. j

must do their part and accommodate Individuals, ordinarily sane and collected -., The frstlNational Bank of Key West I I

customers to justify Key Wjesters t will spend their money on chances I : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets :

*o make their purchases here. If the de- that involve almost impossible tales. Favorite ..
Approved Mortgage Under the
tired goods are not in stock they should be I baits are unclaimed riches about to : "Your home is worthy of the best"

ordered with dispatch, and the customernot. be forfeited, mines in Spain lost heirs and .S. S

interminable such oil welL leases about to expire FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION 'I
wade to wait an length things as i :....................................................................:
of lime for the arrival. of.the' goods.. I| and, of recent memory, chain letters. j ..ti .. :1.1111111111.41




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COUNTY. Miss.-A. A.

b- ** COFtALIC STANTON > ATFORTTAYLOR I II j GAMES BUT LOSES: built Dulaney.a rat-proof farmer, of corn this crib county with,

gYXOFSlS riU,. <*,, .it 4.cep.
: oc face was so contorted with anger ;
tfc>. ",>*<.* Rs that It seemed lose all trace of
k... .ractti* MC. rtey Aave pretended la boatarrted beauty. WRESTLING MATCH WILL AL- 'JESSE ELLIOTT OF TALLAi i
o that Res mi kl ee* i
fins |. Mid kit fob cUk Jfark.Altonr. Well yon don't mean yon take SO BE STAG'ZD i LEGALS
Au ttkonak LaarieMl any notice of a thing like this" she I FOLLOWING I HASSLE HOLDS DISTTINCi '
It.e told R... who tip toevinff re try i -- --
I. liner tAi recordor tk. AllanH cried shrilly. .. CONCERT PROGRAM TION IN I v THE ciHcrrr for tT. TW *.
I {
(M kf. Ikat "r ke hair* to. ; TAI coi p I forced her
.,. perata anxiety sister to --- t _
< I.
4Mrr < efk &
t.r..4 away Hrfttia. ?from,. ">R.nChapter aiiirCkMa. la tat show"Oh.some don't slight be so compunction.silly! Where did .................................................1.1i PIRATES DEFEAT I: There will be a boxing ..id I i i <<< 4.iMla<.... \ YOUNG Complainant

this beastly thing come from?" I wrestling show stated tonight i TALLAHASSEE. FU,, Aug. vs. YOUNG.DtvoaCE..
"The postmark is London. S.E." i DOINGS AROUND I II immediately following the 13-J.... Elliott of J.UU-; TOCXO.Defendant..
DECLARATION"THEY "It's one of the girls, of course! CINCINNATI REDS concert by Caesar LaMonaca'sRegimental .I It appearing by sworn bill filed
i L._ holds the dislisncUojt In the above stated ..a.... that thereddence
There's more than one Jealous of me Band at Fort
why do about I of Caarlet) a,:. Young, the
you worry .
?" asked Rex.It would aluca rm leader of the troupe." I (By GRAVY), r Taylor according to Lieutenant of pitching a ..-bit ..Iia.lI defendant therein named la onk.newa -

not -But. Glad.Is It truer ........................'.......... aQo..1{ Boswell. I ball game-and losing. ; that he Is over the an of
mean anything to yon If I never I. NO OTHER GAMES PLAYED IN nrrntr-one years; that there. ls no
"It must be of the girls.
came back! Except that you could goon one Looks like a lot of guys are tak- i make a few dimes, got a job with 1I j R. Gregrich, a former well- ; The score wa* 3.1. withEUiett'a IMTimn In the State of .Florida the
Gladys went on. bent on her own i known baser and, wrestler U i{r service of a summons In Ctianrvrrupon
being my widow r* He laughed train of thought."It couldn't be anybody ing their summer vacaticn from,jJm' close relative. I I EITHER MAJOR CIR : Uam on Uw abort 1,. whom would kind said. de
scornfully, hardly able to believe I Well: anyway he migrated! promoting the affair and will ., fendant.
else. Must be somebody who I the of the golf.cur*. A CUIT I end because of errors by>> hiateammates. ; It'll
what had come Into hi* mind. I down here a long whjle ago and i iI j jI act as referee for the events.There therefore Ordered that said
knows 70u're"m sister and how !j I The defendant, be and he ia hereby required -
lo. of boys who play golf more will be admission opposingpitcher
"No met }( Pitcher's daughter and no .
-nothing! silly about me.- r. i I to appear 4o the hill of Complaint
are .
yon ...
I << She had her back to him.Her voice 'Silly' Glad how can you be thin they do anything else have:i tof!, course Mr. Pitcher's:: daughter i, charged. The public is invit held Elliott's team to filed In said cause on or before >
sot NEW 13. In the ) Monday, the
YORK Aug. i lad day of Sep-
was strangled. Her shoulders were mean? Is It truer been among the missing but it is:[ met "Bob" and Mr. P.'s daughter I ed. I three hits. !I i i, tember. A. p. 1635. else the allegations

shaking.Rex -'Well, of course. I go out with a confidently expected that when;'| changed"" her name to Mrs. S.. .Of j only game played in either of the I The card boast a great I! of .said bill will be taken a.rout..d. .

Moore took a long stride, and boy sometimes. What girl doesn't? the first of September rolls around,' course, J. R, had to ask her about I II major leagues yesterday, the number of local pugilists and I There are 675,357 wojnea teachers I i ia further Ordered that this l

turned her round. She was as white Aren't you often having meals with everybodywill be "on deck" already -1|I t, ten times a day for a gang of days. > Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the wrestler, and it is expected '{I and 138,810 men teac'iter inI I I oJ be published once each week

as sheet. Her eyes were agonized. Mr. Albery? You're a.nice one to for the winter season!! or i i i I Well anyway, he has a swell i Cincinnati Reds 7 to 4. The I'I to be a gala event. the United State Key for four West conHeoutlTe Citizen, a week newspaper in The
Bucs off to start
got an early by
-Laurie. It can't be that yon care carry on Iik. this! what-have-you. A lot will gripe;I daughter now so it's a good thing I ._ --- -- ----- -.-- ----- I published la Monroe County, Floe
I I I in
three in the first
scoring ida.
"Glad. Is it the same young man runs
Ilk. that? told me about?" about the new price schedule for for one guy that J. R. asked the ning. Two Pirate players, Forest I e...eeeeeeeeeeee..eeeeee.eeee.*.........ra...** ,. Ordered this July. Uth A. D.
He crushed her to him. His lips yon playing but the only alternative is I I lady so much.. t 17925 f .
"Yes. the girl said telling the Jensen and Tom Padden slammedout (SEAL
were pressed to hen. His eyes, when I: to pay over the winter season and Well* our hero in order to let i, ROSS C. SAWTEJl.
truth and lying at the laDle time. three safeties apiece. Billy Classified Column Clerk of Clrcnlt Court
he released her. and held her atarms' I Ihe'd [I then you won't notice the increase. -! some of the musical!!' chords conI ; RAYMOND K. LORD.
"But you told me the other day I Mjrs had to leave the !game in Solicitor
length were shining! ardent. i taineil in his system set an airing for Complainant

a lover's eyes a conqueror's eyes. "Yes.gone but abroad he's back.!" I ____ I I the I I took up the; game of golf. Xow i. the fifth inning when he collided!, ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._.- .- -..-.--..-.-.-.--..--.-.-.-.-.-..-'----------.-.--....-..-...------ -----.-.-.-.- Jlylf.-U: ; aucl.1I
with Babe Herman in fielding Gus
-Laurie yon love me! Our personal glimpse today will i that a major step in his life' I,
Yon said you'd bring him here I was Buhl's ioj short left field. Herman Advertisements under this head FOR RENT,) GIVE YOUR HOUSKREROOF
-I dOD'tIShe! tried to tear to meet me." be none other than that old musical _you ask! any golf nut. So J. R.I' I .
herself remained in the game although will be inserted in The Citizen at .
away.Ton "I know. But he hasn't had time l "war-horse" John. Robert!1 goes out to learn the game. j t EUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod '
do. lore Laurie. You're hurt. The Pirate victory word for each insertion -l .
you 1 the rate of Ic -
yet He's back In London on $towers, know a4 "Bob" to intimates -\ At first he was not so good un-j a conveniences! and ,
the one wom It was fate. It was them the series, three games : ern garages.Apply f$
ness"The as "J ft.* to a tot of time it started to rain just rave but the minimum for the .
I ltil one Valdes .
meant to be. We'" been playing the | )II .I Bakery. :;:::; '
to two.
fool with each other.* cruellest thing of her life bUSI-1 others, and Mr. Stbwers Ltof.a lot as he began to play. Well, he, first insertion in every instance is aug8-1 mo: =- '" :
the AmericanLea"Ue .
pened to Laurie then. She Berlin he "I I Eastern teams in I I .- : : ?
"Let me go! Let me go-! She of others but to Sawyer .. shot the best game cf) his career ;, have traveled west and 25c. --: *
certain that Gladys was lying to ,
is at.ougnt i iI
Neme t
is "Mr. Maybe won the match from the opposition i
struggled feebly. It 1
was against
i scheduled this aft. for classified advertisements FURNISHED APARTMENT modern -
That Gladys meant to lie to all are to play Payment
I .
to be "Miss Nernesii" but and had that would make 't '
some she did not understand. a score ; :
power And she didn't know what to do. ernoon. Western clubs in the older invariably in advance i conveniences 628" White, or .
is II
"We',. been playing the fool he it can't be for J. R-, because he the best player in town envious. i! I Gaiti's Barber Shop. II

repeated. lore yon and you love realized that It was no good is no Miss Ly, any stretch of the i I?'All,I this being done in a. pouring jI j will circuit meet the are teams traveling'east on this side and I but regular advertisers with ledger aug6

me. And that's all there is to It." imagination. However that is be-!I rain and for which he has been accounts may have their advertise-
II |
scolding.: She must try other, RENT NOW
tomorrow. I BICYCLES-WE by the i I
Again he drew her close. And this side the point. nicknamed "Mud-horse." When I I
I(| '[
methods. ments
The summaries follow: Hour or Week. Repair
time she surrendered and her lips Our hero born here in good but ,
was the shines..not \X7HEN
up sun so ; fear
that the
"Yon might be straight with me. 1 f NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I t Advertisers should give their all makes and paint them with you
clung to his and In a great ware of J **
Georgia on a farm down in De- }when the dew falK'! _oh boy! next rain will make "
Glad. I don't want to Into _I your
your i I
pry R. II. E. No-Enamel. We full
Cincinnati their
she did lose herself 1 address well telephone carry a
ecstasy seem to street as as
Kalb county right near a little old "Bob" takes a wood club. roof leak It's time to give your
affairs. But nowadays girldoesn't
Altogether, and to be born even a Pittsburgh! 7 14 0 supply of parts. Agent for the I
anew. m. .m. mU desire re i
place called Lithonia, which: U i line the shot and with a long number if they bouse a New Dealt But choose
The door bell rang harshly In the go to a young man's rooms i up Cincinnati ___,................ 4 9 1 Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.' roof
alone. You don't deny it. And I don't about 15 or so miles from At-'windmill swing and a slight squat I cults your next caref'WlIft the
tense atmosphere of the room filled Batteries: Lucas, Birkofer and And sell them as low as $5.00
which will
type coat the least
want to be nasty, dear but it's riskyto lanta. | as the club' socks the ball he then ; With each classified
with human passion and joy and Padden Hollingsworth Frey and down and $1.00 week. We service.
; per
about with In different from about I I per year
go a man a Well our hero came a proceeds to chase after it adnrtille-I
pain.Rex In life. II I Lombardi.! ment The Citizen will E Buy and Sell all makes of used I We sell Carey Shingles and
position of children
family that had a 200 yard! down the fairway. Sometimes -j
closer for Moore a strange gripped silent Laurie moment eYeD: "Oh. hang It an. I can't help it It 50 they called him by two easy ;! he makes that squat f littie !! Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for: Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I!'I Roll Roofings-products which
I No other scheduled. 515 are backed by 60 ofauccesefuI
: Stowers Duvalj over years
he has monecried! Gladys. And I( before' company.
he to when looks it.
then let her go. names so was easy get j too much or maybe roofinc experience.
rye only been to his rooms once.And street. jly9 j'
-That's the ear** he said. "1 cant he was wanted. ;the> hits; all this makes a "foop"jshot i AMERICAN LEAGUENo Get our low price on the kind

keep it waiting. 1 must get oil. some Interfering. Jealous cat Being born on a farm, of course,,! but J. R. comes right back J I scheduled. PIANO TUNINGI SALE which will five the beet appear-
must hare followed me.I'm ashamedof games FOR
Laurie* He looked at her with he learned to work from the time'1: and knocks the next one to th-; I .ace nod longest lift.SOUTH
Laurie taking notice of such
those brilliant masterful eyes-Isn't you letter!" he was a year old. When you live I I green and he wouW rather have alI j I I PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo. I
a disgusting FOR SALE-Two FLORIDA
it the most beautiful thing In the in the South and you are born on IS-foot putt than a 15-inch one reno. Excellent piano for sale I
"I wish would let me meet j jI
yon bundles for EC. The Citizen Of-| CONTRACTING *
world? Can believe In It? Of street..
you farm the first thing he always get the long cheap. 1018 Division
him. said Laurie quietly.Has he I a your paw because I i
course. we must believe In It. because I'I AMERICAN LEAGUE fiee. octlC: I ENGINEERING CO.
asked you to marry him Glad? Do does is to teach you the difference ones and thinks too much about i jly2S-lm IJ J four Home i.
It's true. Wait till I come Boston at Chicago. Worthy
yon mind telling me that? between a weed and a cotton ,; the short kind. i
back! Walt for me!" I Philadelphia at St. Louis. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed of the Best"
"Ha can't marry for a bit. His plant. At first when you are just i!!! Only one guy does!'! he get!: pleas-! j ROOMS
She was leaning against the wall Washington at Detroit. cards, 125. The Artman
father won't let him. He's got to big enough to crawl, he puts you'': ore in beating, but Mr. Ferliis ] !
Slowly! her face was composing itself make In business But I don'tmind I I that New York at Cleveland. "TilE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled Press. aug7
losing Its unearthly radiance." good in the field then you start pulling= Aloysius Sawyer says someday ] i
waiting. I'm not too keen to get ;' will bragging long in price and .location
"I think we're mad."sbe'muttered"I weeds for whihOU: get a pat J. R rtop
must We're not mad. Walt married at once. I want.to hare lots on the head. .if you pull a cotton I cough ro he can tell about the | NATIONAL LEAGUENo running water. 128 N. E. 4th SECOND SHEETS-500 for aOe.
go. of fun. Ill bring him along someday scheduled. street Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox The Artman Press. lug? ,
sizeable HE games
till J get back! plant you get a right time won. ,
If not to him 1 I
you promise scare
Another close embrace desperate knock on the other end so, of f -- -

in Its tragic haste. And he was gone. stiff. course, you soon learn which is Sam Harris and Willie Watkins. I Ii -
But Laurie knew Gladys didn't'mean ':
Laurie heard the door shut. She which. I i from around postoffice way. will
her to meet this young man. '
did not more: tears ran down her Anyway our hero was one of']I be on opposite teams if a challenge -.
She said nothing more. She must
face. She was In a new world. Rex eleven children so Berlin claims match now planned ma-;
try to get the girl to trust her. It
Moore loved her. She loved him. He was the only way with Glad. that is what makes J. R. FO lucky. terializes. Sam will take poy! I \ \ 1

had gone but he would come back. But she was full of foreboding: Our hero has worked all his life I Artman as his partner and Willie! FIRMS

This was what she bad been born Also she was full of confusion. That so he says, and he had a brotherin will have Russell Kerr on his side. ]

for. This was what all her life had last scene with Rex Moore was like the music business! so J. R- Harris and Artman gave the chal-
led to-blindly groping searching. ,
a dream. Like a dream that sometimes thinking that was an easy way to lenge. .
It bad led her to Rex Moore her man.From
is more real than life.He loved I
below came the sonorous -- Who Rush To Give Yon Service-Patronize Them
her. And yet she had not heard a
hoot of Mark Albery's car. as the word from him directly, although he ........................1'
chauffeur drove off. Through her exaltation LEAGUE STANDINGS l
had made a new and magnificent 1
It struck Laurie's ears witha I record flight. Her news came from FOLLOWING\ 1I I! 1 1I

note of warning and fear. She Albery and from the papers That 1I
knew that without Rex Moore there aIL {I AMERICAN LEAGUE
would now b. no life for her. She The next day was Sunday. Club W. L. Pet JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee R'O S ES

might be alive: but she would not Jimmy Dallas drove Gladys back I Detroit .................. 66 31 .641 I THIS SPACE ;

lire. from their favorite haunt on the, ( JOVE) Xew York ..._.______ 59 42 .584 You'll find out how

river and drew up at the door of .. Chicago _... __ ...__ 42 47 ,525 it is when FLORAL PIECES A
rm worried to death. .e........ e e e e e e e e e e fIn :r -- 328 SIMONTON ST. good you try
.GLAD. the building at the back of SL James Boston _____ _. ___ 54 49 .524
-- -- -
Laurie three nights later. Street In which he had his chambers the doubleheader played ia Cleveland ___"__ 51 51 .500 the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
when her sister came back from the Ace-, .m
Flower Sanford Sunday. Armando I
"Come up for a cocktail Philadelphia .. 43 54 .443
theatre."What. chances out of,I -- -- PLUMBING LARGO Ib t8c
face! he invited. veda acceptel 14 ;
Washington. __ 44 59 .427 PLANTS and VINES
no cable asked from teaslngly.But your hero "I'd better not the girl said.Tre 15, a hard day's work for any:!I' St. Louis ..._.____- 35 65 .350 V. &: S., 1b 15c.
J'etr the girl cot to go out to dinner with Laurie shortstop. At ,bat he hit safely PER M 0 NTH
he's It off. old girl.,
know pulled
yon tonight Coudn't get out of IL- once in five'ottit'mitimes .upy had, Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH
broken another record. He's being FLORIDA
Gladys was by no means a one sacrifice"hiCtole) one bue DURO PUMPS
smothered with bouquets and ban although she was crazy about Jimmy and took In two-double i plays. .' Club- W. L. Pet.
part 1
quets. yon bet and hasn't a minuteto Dallas. The anonymous letter to is not .neat day's work New York ........_.._.. 67' 38 .638I PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
If that a
comic character
himsejt. You're a her sister had made a great Impression 1 do'not know what is. William 'I St. Louis ..._.___.___.... 63 40 ..612jChicago 512 Greene Street $
< on ber.lt was simply loathsometo good,, .,i ...,-..--._. 67 43 .609 '
telling me didn't know Cates played a game.In PHONE 348 Phon4256
yon whether were you were going you to get on be watched. She determined to the field he accepted 10 chances i i Pittsburgh ..._________"59 51' 536<5 '. PHONE 597 .

And to make it her business to find out who in ijble plays At : Brooklyn ........___...__ 48 57 .457
with Rex. now you're worn was two drt

a shadow because you haven't heard was doing,it.she decided she wouldn'tgo bat,seven time' he hit hard every Philadelphia _..___ 48 58 .453 #

from him!*" Anyway ..! Cincinnati ____ 47 61 .435',
to the man's rooms again. try but not s ey. -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERB
"It Isn't that Glad.aald Laurie. young !" Boston .--..--.----....- 27 78 .257 SELECT SEA FOODS
"Just for a few minutes cntle I INSURANCE

"Ifa! your" he urged. "I'm sure you're In needof At Fort Lauderdale Mingne THE KEY WEST

abler a drink. Same here!" Ubieta had a very busy! day with I l1iELenore Kight of Home- Jewfisll!. 2 lb. 3Sc

-Look at this! which the She could not resist those merry the Tarpons in the East Coast stead, Pa., won the national oneI Yellowtail Steak 2 11>>.. 3Sc Office: 319 DIR'aI Street ft ((5)
Laurie held out letter
luring brown-green eyes with their I League. He was at bat five times.I I mile swimming championship for Yellowtail Bose. 2 lb. 25e r
younger girl took and read. It wu SUNDAY[ STAR
typewritten and bore no address'Do.a willo'thwisp lightness and frirolIty. her- scored four runs and bit safely,| women at New York, setting! a new j Grouper, 2 lb. 25e
of making '
Mr*. Rex Moor know that and their power four times. In the field he accepted record' of 21 minutes and 20 fee- TELEPHONE NO. 1Masttos
her dater Gladys cabout with a follow follow wherever they wanted seven chances without an Snapper Z lb.. 25c
well young; man all the time. ana her to go.COPlfrfDU.. I I S bmptirJft.Z Po Year
goo to his room. atom after tb. error. He also' played with the I Fah Z lh.

...."r ( IMS Corolla Stanton Hollywood Stars in the Diamond- Key Welt' only -THE- TPJ' Year M.... AI
Gladys crumpled the paper Into a I FRESH SHRIMP Sunday
the East
ball League. They won
tomorrow :
ball and flung It on the floor. Her Gladys. entanglement grows Coast championship when they de- ondsRIISSELUS1. Paper Delmonicq Rtlfarrranf

I feated the Dunn Bus ten the other II FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTER AllEN
-- --- Bnti..i. ..r Bear __ I"

........................1 r congressman, born at Stanford, the night.outstanding Our Mingue heroes was of one this of 8 LOWE FISH COMPANY BuiJdinc sea Ce.n. Di??.. ___:

( Today's X. Y. Died at Toledo, Oct. 15, game and the other games played PHONE 151 PH 0 N E 51 COMPlllIV ______ sac. 71e. and se..

: 1925. in the tournament. He is hitting

Anniversaries .1 and fielding.at a fast clip. I J
1839-Michael A. Corrigan,
...... .: ace... .. :I noted Catholic archbishop of Xew I expect to see Bethel and Casa I: Our Reputation fa Wrap. PRITCHARD

1815' -EUzabeth Stuart Phelps 1|i York at the close of last century, pitching for Sanford before the -0-- 1 S36. Fielaw Strt ped in package JENNIE B. DE BOER

popular Xew England author of i Lorn tt Newark :N. J. Died May season is over. Watch and see if

her' day bor'n"at Andover Mess | 5, 1902. I am right; or wrong. Daily Baseball Returns i ; FUNERAL HOME

(lied Nor. 30, 1852. I rue

1851-Felix Ald>r. founder' of KEY WESTCOLONIAL Byfile\ ] Watch a P R I NT' NC >afl lfld. s.dtetIe -

1818-Lucy Stone, pioneer advocate the Society of Ethical Culture HOTELIn 4 oct

of woman suffrage champ Xew York, lecturer and authlf'.l I I 41 ; DONE BY US y

pion of liberty born at West born in Garmany. Died April' the Center of U> .Business COME IN AND GET THE NOTARY PUBLIC

Theater -HE-

1860-Annie Oakley, marks} Fast a--rueproel- LEAGUES See Him For Your Next WU' ARTMAN PRESS AaI_Is.ns... -

1829-Martha J. R. Lamb, New woman and circus star, who*.*] Sensible lUUe I -0- .
York author and historical editor name was taken in circus life, for t i,

born at Plainfield Mass. Died I free passes because of her ability! COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI CIGARS, CIGARETTES I Hones: !9 te 12-1 I. 6 Citizen .BId LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office

Jan. 2. 1893. to punch marks through cards SOFT DRINKS. PH0N 2 51
I Opea s.t.r.Iay Nleltte n... 148 Neves St ...
with a gun similar to puncnxnarLii: 1 Garage ElrraterPoemlar.PricM ETC. .

183S-Isaac R. Sherwood Ohio I I on such passes, born in Darke Co.,!I ; I

Union officer. .nawt>paper. editor, O. Died Nov 3, 1926.

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PXGE FOUR -- THE; KEY WET CIIIZLN: '1 = _= _'_'.a.-, .'_\,;,,:: _-= L, -j._.
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I ; ; PERSONAL MENTION.Mr. I FRUIT SHIPMENTAT of native mental along brilliancy triumphantly will bear to the a

x: : SOCIETY : : a............................................... i certain point. If the disposition to
: LOWE'S\ STORE Le rebellious and overbearing has
.\ Mrs. A. Pierce
and H. left t Frank
.._.._ .._..._................, I the afternoon train Johnson who came in I been kept in check the end of
on yesterda from Miami Sunday to attend to! I life will, be prosperous; otherwisethe
Junior Club To \Melody Hour Has for a visit with relatives in Coc business matters left on the afternoon I I fortunes appear to succumb
nut Grove. Regular weekly! shipment of >
train yesterday. i under the of schem-
exposure some
Meeting i Been Postponed I I fruits and vegetables will arrive, ing or double t':eaJing.vllleNi ; .
Vivian Finder member of tne! Miss Evelyn Niles, daughter of I tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash'
,The 'entertainment committeeof Commodore von Mietk-Liuba, customs service in "N. I'
Nassau P., Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Niles who Grocery, 1117 Divislcn; street i ij .. t mmlmf llvtel"
the Junior Woman's Club has II. D., W., announces that the who was spending; a brief visit in I went to Jacksonville last week!
West Melody] Hour, j The shipment which includes alarge i THE SEMINOLE
arrasged for another social meeting Key Key West with relatives and I Ii and entered ner .
; application as
( scheduled to be given on Thurs-I friends, left yesterday for Miami i i.! student at of the iI i variety of both fruits and
one hos-
.be held 5 o'clock Friday' large
tq day night, will be postponed for and today will) embark for his pitals i returned over the East I 0.7New vegetables is ex;.ected to arrive G
afternoon. one week as a courtesy to the regimental home. Coast Sunday. ) I early in the evening. YtF
:Hostesses for the afternoon will band of the Florida National t

be'.g. George Gomez, Mrs. Neil, Guard r- .
Mrs. Victor Bergstrom and little Mrs I : :
KnbwleV. and Miss Louisa De-I The Melody Hour players feel Lurline McNeill left yes-: Today's HoroscopeThe ala .
son, who were spending a va [ jL.rGst
laney. The meeting will be held that other concerts should be suspended jterday afternoon for a visit of I. tya,.
in tne rooms of the Key West' since those! by the National cation with relatives, left yester, several weeks with relatives in! ....................... I li i K 7 aYr,

WoinaiTsfClnb! on Division I Guard Band are given for sucha to day join afternoon Mr. Bergstrom.Mrs. for Detroit.. Mich.,.' Miami. !!I Thrift Measure native of this day will] be

street.j limited period during the year f Alb-; ;; I gifted with powers of intuition ;;
Church Society it is stated. Harry .. left 'ester- and versatility. The mere strength 1 I
Beryl Curry and son Ken l day afternoon for Miami where!| Now I II I JarkMHTllle.. FUrUaOIlS.
B. OIU'XKH. MmmmgrrA
To Hold MeetingThere J Church held tomorrow afternoon, neth left on the afternoon train he will join Charles Ginart. recently -: Widely Adoptedi check I human borne-like Institutionwhere I
'beginning at 5 o'clock.A i yesterday for Miami\ where tney II : a visitor in I I you will find ywr Individual
Key West and
win be a meeting of the I request is made for a large I will be guests of Mrs. Curry's si swith I him make an automobile I i I If Weekly Dollar Dinner 666 6 6 6 MALARIAin mat-ter'1

daughters of the King of St. Paul's 1(attendance of members. I ter, M\ >s. Leon MacFarland. trip to Oklahoma. Texas and California -i Found Easy on Budget 3 day -0---

__ f where they will visit tne A s'.1 fl". r ._".1.. leeetrdis
Captain Herbert Foster, of the oil centers. HOUSEWIVES who have learned jure up one of these meals In a COLDS tae kesrt .r the ottyo
..MtsaSceasa.a.p t'uwv."Y.to."..I I I that you can't hurry Cut out pictures and IM..U. -
have your cake-money and eat it recipes of foods that make your 1 SIT! M...Dr.pt first daTe : Every Room with Combination Tub
ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS I was in command of the Wrecking J Mrs Antonio Olivieri. who was;I are being won over to the vogue mouth water. Paste them in. and TONIC aM LAXATIVE I and Shower Math Radio. Electric
Tug Warmer outing the absence for thrift dinner when Ceiling Kan. Slat liner for Summer
|spending one week with her)i serving a one day you discover exactly how i Ventilation. Comfortable Beds withMattrraaea
01 captain it. is.: isexter leu yesterday j brother i and sister-in-law Captain ,,' of each week. Dietitians have devised much they cost to serve jot down I I Inner Con-
some very delicious dinners the cost beside the a"n'4 rign
afternoon for his home in{; and Mrs. William Jackson recipe or pic.r BENJAMIN LOPEZ '*t ruction *
and: which can be served at a cost of ture. If one of your neighbor Is Lampa.
Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend ftoriolk Va. f other relatives, left yesterday'< twenty-five cents per person. By r a scrap-book fan. also you will FUNERAL HOME \\h. RATES

Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National I ernoon for her home in Miami.Mrs. aft-j the use of these menus, women find it helpful to exchange your Serving Key West _... SlBKl
R rrltate .
it. have found that a guest dinner bright Ideas. ::.eS
II. Duncan, of the I
manager ---.- Half Ce.t.ry
and International Problems Inseparable \ each week. can be nicely balancedin I Clip this menu and add it to I:: ItvraiK. Private Hath ZJMMtHtmm
Monroe County KoaU,, and Toll Bertha Johnson son F..arJj] 24 Hoar Ambulance Service Private Hath 3.50
the budget providing one dayis your Dollar Dinner Scrap Book _...
From Local WelfareThe : : :34: !! Private Bath a.se
tiuge Commission, :Jell yesterday -I and daughter Bliss! Edna Mae I It set aside for the dollar]] dinner. I Licensed Embalmer I. "-..'. R_... Private Rath ....
afternoon for Tallahassee on who were visiting relatives. ]left! Don't Get the Wrong Idea Meet Lotf With Tow.toea 324 I Phone 135 Night 696-W !M.lbllT INCH BASK FOR UUIBLR

new tax bill-designed ta would not relax its efforts to defeat business connected with the t yesterday afternoon for' their Crewed lot.t.es 12tR.drahe. occurACTInvxfciiCtoni .
And don't think for moment
I bridge loan application to be made home in Miami. a 54
increase the Federal government'sannual the measure. Republican that this budget dinner need be Bread and Batter 8t
income by the neat sun'spokesman I in the House denounced in the near luture. I I I an unattractive meal. Smart foods Brmdirf Amrievtt tritkLr
of $$270,000,000 framed by Enrique Renedo left yesterday) are not necessarily expensive ,Ti,.._. 394 _
the House, is inft accord with the the bill as "confiscatory, Mr. ''and''Mrs., Raymond Curry,: afternoon for a visit with rel-j ones. and by a little planning you Iced Tern With Lemon 54 f
but socialism and demagoguery." who wel'C'.' atives in Miami. I Ii ti President's wishes in general, spending the week-end: budget meals which will add avery Meat LoaI1Ci7f; mGt I: Add
____ i
goes against them in a number of I. The new and increased taxes in Miami i.' returnei on the morn i; dressed-up appearance to the one small"finely chopped qaion. lb I
particulars.The i provided by the bill will produce ing train yesterday.G. i i MrsGabriel L. Lowe of Tampa j dinner. one teaspoon salt one-fourth tea ;
bill is based on the "Share-( relatively little revenue, in the J is spending a visit in Key West: !I, For example flaked fish- spoon pepper, one teaspoon sage TO OUR t JtEecfrLiz2
the-wealth" idea. It would boost light of the government's vast :j' with her brother-in-law and sister, j 1 canned tuna salmon or any In- and one-half cup dry bread crumbsto
R. Steadman oi
manager canned fish one pound chopped beef. Add
expensive -
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin very
L. Roberts
will tend 1 1I
spending. They to frighten {
in '
individual incomes ]
/ taxes on the Western Union Telegraph delicious and pleasing in appearance one beaten egg. Mix well togetherand
excess 6f 50.000 per year;| investors, force more money Company, returned yesterday over I at their home on Frances street. ; when creamed' served In pile In a rounded mound In

would replace the existing flat into tax-free government bonds. the cast Coast from a week-end I. patty shells and garnished!: with the center of a flat baking dish.
(Mr. Roosevelt has said that these Leland Russell son of Mrs. paprika and parsley. Pour over one cop canned toma-
corporation tax with a graduatedlevy j i I each of 4 '
visit "TTERY
with his family vacationing toes and bake in a hot. 400 degree soon our
inheritances j bonds should be taxed, but that Flossie Russell of Coconut Grove. Carrot boats made of fresh
; place new levies on at Miami Beach. boiled carrots, and oven for about forty-five minutes. *
scooped out
friends will be
arrival in
1 I was a recent Key West receiving an
1 requires constitutional amend-
and and tax excess a
gifts filled with canned spinach and hasting occasionally with the to
I mint) However, the President I for a visit with his aunt. Miss Sallie ]- matoes. Serves four. invitation and
corporation profits from 5 to I boasting a potato t"hlpror a sail I to our Wedding;
20 cent. I appears to believe that the ben- Mrs. Hattie Welch returned Russell, et her home on Frances add a jaunty nautical appearanceto Rranjiitd Apricots with LadyFingers "
per I we want it to be the best looking invitation we can
from visit with relatives
yesterday a street. : Chill the contents of get.
Thus, it broadly follows Mr.Roosevelt's .' efits of the bill will outweigh the your dinner-and a wealth of a
I in Miami accompanied by vitamins. No. 2V4 can apricots well. Place
That like the bill'sfinal
recommendations.' disadvantages. her sister, Mrs. Alice Holland, ARRESTS FIANCE four halves: in each glass serrinrdish Naturally want Wcddmg Invitation to be the
rate, remains to be seen. Keep a Scrap Book you your
However, as an Associated Press := pour over some syrup and I
dispatch recently pointed out, it who will spend a while in Key Keep a scrap book for bright!: add one tablespoon brandy to Ivory finest and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our
West. CHICAGO.-!Miss Marion Ket- ideas budget foods. It's lots each. Let chill .
For than the on I half an hour .
more a century
differs from them, in four import
i I United States has led the world by chell of this city caused the arrestof of fun and an endless saving In longer. Serve two lady fingers remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations
ant instances: Frank Flynn her fiance, for time when you are trying to con- with each. Serve four. and in Favored of
Announcements the
John Cates who left last week Styles
First, the President proposedthat : a wide margin in the cotton trade.I 193)
bffef I! stealing jewelry from her home. 1 __ I
the existing 13 3-4 per cent On this leadership has dependedthe for a visit with Mrs. Cates I --- -

corporation tax be replaced with economic destinity of half-a-, who is spending several months I'' CARD OF THANKS j j FIND RING IN MOUTH J Michigan produces more beans THE ARTMAN RRESS
:) dozen states. j with her children in Miami re- jl
10 3-4 -
a levy graduated from per I I s than any other state I
cent to 16 3-4 per cent. The house!',, Now the leadership is rapidly j turned yesterday. We take this means of expressing -] PARIS.-When Mile. Helene I I jI CITIZEN BUILDINGDID
bill provides for a graduation of being lost. For example during'the I I to our friends sincere I Zalliere of this city was taken to!I Ia

only one per cent-from 13 1-4 twelve months from July,! Miss Lulee Johnson, secretaryto I I appreciation many for the assistance police station a ring shd'was accused Subscribe to The Citizen-20cj'I -, '. -
to 14 1-4 per cent. .J933,' to July, 1934, America ex-, John Costar agent for the I given during the long illness and I of stealing was found con-. weekly. : -:...-=

Second the President stren- ported almost 8,000,000 bales' of j Florida] East Coast Railway Company -" cealed in her mouth.Positive j .
months! after the death of our beloved --- - ----- -- -- -- - -
uously objected to letting cor- cotton. During the twelve who was spending a vaca- one Paul] E. Sawyer. We thank
poration deduct from their tax- from July, 1934. to July. 1935?: tion in North Carolina, returnedover those who so kindly tendered the Relief
exports amounted to only the East Coast yesterday.Mr. .
able income gifts made to charity. 4,826.-1 use of their automobiles and the y
This recommendation stirred up a 000 bales. That. Fays the
donors of the beautiful floral of-
flood of opposition throughoutthe News, meant the loss of a market; and Mrs. Frank Starling ferings. We assure one and all for MALARIA

country, resulted in many un- for more than 3.000,000 bales off j i and three children, Frank. Roe!I[I that their kindness will always be --
favorable editorials in papers cotton with a value of more and Joseph who were the guests![ remembered.

tnufally friendly to :Mr. Roosevelt. $150.000.000. I of Mr. and Mrs.\ Sidney Mathews Respectfully. Sure End to Chills I

The House, apparently taking The drop was not due to a' for one week left over the highway 1 I aug13-lt THE FAMILY. and Fever ':

notice of what seems to be the general decline in the cotton yesterday' morning for visitsto i' Here's real relief for Malaria-

popular side has put in the bill a trade. During the year. when" points on the keys before re- Special Price on Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I :

provision allowing corporations to: American exports were touching i turning to tneir home in Miami. PERMANENT WAVES Quickly it stops the chills and fever
make tax-exempt gifts to charity' bottom foreign competitors in-j and restores jour body to comfort. i

to'the extent of 5 per cent oftheir creased sales. Where we used to, Captain H. S. Dexter of the ONLY ..__. .. SO.Oil Many symptoms remedies of :Malaria will merely, temporarily alleviate, but the i
income. t supply 60 per cent of the world's'cotton Wrecking Tug Warbler, Mrs. Dex-
I j'I I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic goes all the ,
Third, the President recom-i:i requirements, we now supply ter and children, who were !tpend-I I KITTY SANCHEZ, way and completely rids your system '
mended that a new tax bill be less than 45 per cent, and the ing a vacation at the Griffin and Labrada' of the infection. I II t tI

levied on dividends paid by one'' trend is still downward. I Norfolk and other points, re-I i Barber Shop I.I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real .1 STOVE e
corporation to another. The House!i! Three primary reasons are given, turned over the highway Sunday corrective of Malaria because it contains i
two First tasteless
things. quinine which
bill does not provide for this. j[f for this unhappy conditions.I evening. :I MONROE THEATER kills the Malarial infection in the blood. i
Fourth the House bill containsan First prices in this country are!
: Fred McM-urray-Madge Evans in Second, tonic iron which helps overcome I
excess profits tax something nigher than those of other cotton I Mario Mesa left yesterday afternoon II MEN WITHOUT NAMES the ravages of the chills and fever and *
that was not mentioned in }Ir.RoolleveJt's producing countries because of for Madison county to take I fortifies against further attack.Play safe I ':
cotton-pegging' ; --- Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It The ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves
: the
message. ,,: governments his duties with the rehabilitation -
up GINGERMatinee now comes in two sizes-50c and $1.The i :
Aside from these discepancies,;i i; policy; American cotton is tinder;; program 'in Cherry Valley to $1 size contains 2'/i times as much as the : every day.! : Don't mis.this opportunity

the bill's course through; the strict federal control, buttressed, which he has been assigned. : Balcony, lOc; Orchestra SOc:size and gives you 25%more for your j f 1 to :VhjJif&eYjUR{ : | old stove for a modern
House was all that the Administration -jbv I a price fixing loan of 12 cents IS-20c; Nichts 15-2$. I I money.Get bottle today drugstore., y"gas -

could' have desired.i I I per pound.., Plowing-under has, Raymond l>1'e: Amendment after amendment designed also reduced our crop. I Key West for'one:: week as guest / .
to take some of the sting i I Second, new competitors have cap at the home; of; his uncle and I I C .He. ,. are the special Round-up features: +

out of the bill was overwhelmingly -!)j ared-BraziJ. for instance. aunt, Mr and .)Irs. Ross C. Saw- e *- ft.!lit -,

defeated. Only amendment, formerly sold little cotton abroad.) yer, left yesterday afternoon for r ; ;Trade-in-allowances: up to $15. -

adopted was the one concerning:j but will have 1.000,000 bales for the home in Miami. Like A Cake Of Ice"I
corporation gifts. j i the foreign market next year. iI I I A brand new DeLuxe gas range -
Attitude of business is one of1 1 Third. foreign users bought
complete unqualified opposition: large quantities of our cotton at I with every modern feature, built to our I

to the bill and to the principles low prices are still using it. j I own specifications especially for the

it represents.! Harper Sibley!i Of the three reasons government -I'I'i : Round-up, for only $49.50 (and your

President of the Chamber of Commerce -' policy is the most important.! III I ,rt1 II t 1 L old stove).
of the United States, spoke,;i Strong pressure will be bought toj f III I I II
for industry at lajre when he said I bear in an effort to change it. in i : I
passage of the bill "would increase -I the hope that may again; regainour i t1 I II Your unrestricted choice of every -

the forces of disorganiza-J'[ position as the world's pre- i JfLHire rr j I IIlL:' I iI i other. range in stock. This unusual and distinctive: DeLuxe -
lion," and that the Chamber.> eminent trader in cotton. I i Magic Chef gas range is only

.. II I >.. I one of the many models offered for
- --- III. This Don't delay. Let us change your old
I. I I' your selection during the Round-up.
TWO Revenue-Producing. constitutional day of adjournment I 1 I i stove NOW. Begin today to enjoy the Standard equipment includes insulation -
Of I I
t Acts Passed By Legis- I on May 31. I i Army l iIhf i use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic
The court will near
supreme will COOK YOUR OWN WAY ectChef features: Red Wheel Lorain
"Salesmen"THEY'RE pe
most of these during: September I ,
lature Are Attacked; cases : Oven
Heat Regulator, Magic ChefAutomatic
ly and scientifically.DURING .
and has promised early I
decisions. I THE ADVERTISING Top Lighter Three-in-
(Continued from Page One) I One Non-clog Top Furriers and

would be appealed to the supreme GAVE ALL HE HAD I COLUMNSof 11' lra c I -- ----- --- Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven

court. The injunction is ap- I I THE / valve is of safety type,,' Enameled

plicableonly in Pinellas county. ALEXANDRIA Va. When I Ii and.;' Drawer
I _
w Judge Uly O. Thompson of Mi- Warren Bcall. 6. of this city, fell g valve handles are

ami hopped on the court re-<:ir- from a tree and injured his arm. I TheKey West j FOODSTUFFS kept ;in our all metal ICE of black bakelite. Special l color
he insisted that the nurses who ii i REFRIGERATORS arc: as cool, fresh and .YOUR OLD STOVE combinations available'on order.
cuiting; act on the claim that iti I
dressed it for him take the two I Citizen i I healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of During the Round-up, only
was unconstitutional. .'int. he!I cent he had in his pocket for their I I IThey'll ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof I Pr I

contended the constitutional pay. 1 and absolutely airtight. 4 1fi1f .i yew
I take
message I
amendment directing the legislature ; 1 4 M QrWTH $69.1.50FLORIDA
t to home in the city ; .leI tUTf
to reduce the every $30.00
number of circuits -. Subscribe to The Citizen. and $35.00
was not properly submittedto I and SELL 'Ek your wares 1 I The oldest gas range If you have one of -

the people, and second he I or services. i EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIAL still in.service rounded the "old timers" PUBLIC

claimed the re circuiting act was PALACEGregory -On Display At- i up during the Seventh many
passed after the constitutional PHONE 51 A Annual Old! Stove still in service, trade it
Ratoff-John Loder in !

expired.60-day session He claims of the the legislature act was' THIS WOMAN IS MINE I The.Citizen. i Thompson Ice Company Inc. as Round-up full payment will be for taken the ins r It may be worth a UTILITIES CO

tinued passed fn as session the legislature con- Two Comedies I I J new range on which it brand new modern gas "Your Ga, Company
with its clocks''trtopJ
>t"d for two days after the Matine.l 5-10e; Nights lM5c( .! PHONE NO. 8 is traded in.._: range. ROY E. LADE Mnt**




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