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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 14, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Associated: Service.Press Day Wire .:T. Wtt Key West Florida, has the

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For 55 Years Devoted to the ) I most equable weather In the

Best Interests of Key West '" country; with an average

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LVI. No. 193 KEY WEST FLOR1DA\YAUGUSTl4l9qr.

PRICE FIVE CENTS _


France 'Soaks The Rich' By TREE PLANTING. COUNTY BOARD 'rMAYORPREPARES: I If 'New Deal' Received first Real Tryout

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HERE STARTED MEEKTONIGH1TAX i ANSWERiTOWRIT) I I



New Fifty Per Cent Surtax. BY GUILD UNIT ADJUSTMENT: BOARD TO I iUYAS' CASE: Duringjlecentlampaigjijn Rhode Island _


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HOLD 'SESSION AFTER

Boost In Income Tax Expected "I4'IIATI".JtJT11' FIRST OF OPERATIONS BE. REGULAR MEETING ,: MALONE WILL GO" TO MIAMI I 1".4r" 111.4T 1.1"-jLANDIS -

GUN ON VACANT LOT SITUATED i TO SUBMITSOPINION Republican Leaders Very
APPEAR IN PERSON IN
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To Add Twenty] ASK APPROVAL OFKEYWESTPROJECT I Mark Twain Attends _

Million Dollars To Revenue AT CORNIR OF DU-r There will be a regular meetingof I ANSWER TO MANDAMUS IS. I Spider In NewspaperAt BEARING ,II'j Much Gratified On ViCtory _

VAL AND FRONT STREETS i SUED BY COURT
: the board of county commissioners
i 1 Attained In Com-
8 o'clock this evening in the time when Mark f ON 1AYOR'SDUTYj I|' ______

tllT A.* Activities of the West Tree I
Key Mayor Wm. H. Malone is i-I I
merchant in the
JACKSONVILLE preparing newspaper a
Aug. 14. c C.; Sawyer. Only routine matters I
,I Guild began on an intensive scale i: a reply to the alternative town wrotehim asking 'I _
By RICHARD C. M SSOCKl j jI I ncluding checking depository accounts I I I SAYS MAYOR HAS POWER TO
I, -The Florida Works Prog. I yesterday when planting started : writ of mandamus issued last I whether spider in his morning |, .
..
< l y AMcbMe rr are scheduled for consid-; out of circuit court in the weeL.l i DISMISS AND r HERBERT PLUMMER! -
: on the vacant lot at the of'UVCL i newspaper was an omen I SUSPEND OFFICERS -
PAkIS, Auf. 14_Heavier I Administration I corner: I _
tax.tion today
ration. Judicial Circuit. demanding of )
I ......_. of good or ill fortune. The '
of the wealthier Frenchm. I I sent to WahinCton for *'pprov.l I 1 I and rTont streets.There After the regular meeting thi j;! council and the mayor that Cap; .reply' one of the bit in I ; ADVISED TO PRESENT wASHtNGTONZ. 14_ _
ha* just been ordered by decree i is utill a great need for tam of Police Everett R. Rivas be 'Mark Twain Wit and WU- I
1 ;
tax adjustment board will CHARGES TO COUNCIL -
I meet to Gratifying the| ,
r trees )Irs. restored to I I victory ? the __________
I law. in an effort to balance the a project e.'Iiaj for Wallace Bryant Kirke consider i uuty on or before Aug dom' w" n r.cteri.tic:
applications which have, ,
top-heavy budget and save the ,Improvement of recreational lold The Citizen, and Key Westers I, 1 j IIIt 20, or show cause why this action Fiadinj a spider in your I -- I First RhoJ. Island di.trict w,. toRepublic.
been ;
which be
presented
or ; should be
not taken.
may
who I
are interested in did either
the not
franc from devaluation.A f.cilitieJ .1 Key Wie.t park and have trees to donate program are requested brought before the meeting. I j i This was brougnt out at a ape paper good luck or bad mean for you. He I In the opinion of Attorney' General ... generally party _

50 per cent surtax ha J>een I to get in touch with mem-I' I I cial meeting of the city council last I wa merely looking to see .I 1 Cary D. Landis Mayor Wm. chiefuin. aDd other .politician.

poed on income .bo.e 100,000 Th Federal government bers of the guild! and their offer- night with President Leo Warrci: i which merchant adrertiicj, H. Malone\ has the power to dismiss -

rraac. $6,600), which i i. conidered
mode.t wealth in France.The The easiest way to I Vleare. Joe Cabrera F. F. Hoffman tore of one who did not do I the city and to suspend other I II I .. .
any'
being far .
t3645o.: more .jfbific.at.
< members of the immediatelY'j RESIDENT PAYS ; J. Frank Roberts, C. C. .o. build his web over the I
officer ;
tax on dividend from u areci.tered Symonette and except members of the _ _
to telephone A. D. I I Ralph B. Pinder: door and remain peaceful .
(bearer) .ecuritie. wa.1 7..tY..4IT.sr.4'.I'I'.I' Von Pfister street Mayor Wm. II. Malone. City Attorney and undisturbed for the rest city council. I

.. ..d from 17 to 24: per; cent. the trees can :tc.. found. Within' I VISIT TO CITY:I' J. Lancelot Lester an-I of hi. day." It i is provided however that at It i.i that for th. first tim; __

The boost in the income tax i is OFFICIAL FROM I a short time the; working force i iI Clerk Wallace Pinder. the next meeting of the city council during the Roosevelt

expected to add 300.000.000' will be on hand to remove the I j, On motion it was decided to dc. I ::1'.6".1'.1'.1'1:,.471".A i iI I the mayor shall submit to the .dmini.tr.

francs $20,000,000)) to that forn tree or trees. I A. N. LEON MUCH DELIGHT. I fray the expenses of Mayor Ma- ----I tioa the "new d .r h.t ? e.mad. .
of revenue. The 7 per cent rise, MOTOR VEHICLE I Mrs.\ Kirke pointed out that the i !one to Miami\ to argue the case i council in writting the cause of I ___

'in dividend taxes promises to same program which was starlet!'J ED WITH STAY HIS FIRST,I I of Captain Rivas versus: the cityin I BAND CONCERT .:: such suspension.: The council'!, .a out and out i**.. in apolitical _______

boost the credit balance by 500 f yciterday from Front street to I the case to be heard in circuit I shall then inquire into the cause
BUREAUARRIVE VISIT TO ISLAND CITY IN campaign .Bd ...
000.000 francs $33.000,000). ,j Eaton on Duval, vill be carried I French Taxes Reach All out on all streets in the city if )! FORTY YEARS i ij i Barnes on August 20. j Iowa in defect. _
I Ind of i the body sustain the charges
Usually business, because it i ii is possible to secure the trees r,, Councilmen Cabrera Hoffman
easily hit bears the brunt oi ..HERBERT WEISS KEPT BUSY i I the project. j J I '- Cleare were appointed to di.s; | THIS EVENING; he officer shall stand dismissed. Any claim that "., Rhode I*,
,
French taxation, a complicated ROUNDING Up VIOLATORS Not onl, is the work to be done ::j A. N. Leon, of Havana, attributes ;cuss with President B. L. Grooms. The mayor shall have the right.: sod C.0 Ctb.. n.tion in
system of 128 different categories -: on vacant lots. but wherever there 1 Provisions of a new city lighting I i to appoint some person to performlhe
t j! the successes he has made in 1936" U cl..cel ? .. mwcL
reaching virtually every OF LICENSE LAWS IN ISLAND u a place to plant trees or shruJ-j! 'I contract recently submitted 1 It) PROGRAM THAT WAS TO duties of said suspended officer -
citizen somewhere. But the two I lery on pi-rete: property the the later years of his life to the council to the Key West Electric | hokuaa by th. more astute p .

new measures-the only tax innovations CITY ers have but to indicate their wil-! leaching he received under Miss :ompany. I I HAVE BEEN RENDERED; until the council shall have tical

in the budget balancing lingnesa to have the trees there I Angela Baldwin, oC "'Key Wust, The mayor and city attorney !,1 SATURDAY WILL BE HEARD( passed on said suspension.The I .tr.teciat. The big show i.

struggle! -are aimed at the higher i and the guild will attend to the I more than 40 years ago. were authorized to prepare an answer 'I foregoing extracts from .lDe 14 ...th. oFF, sod! .U.

incomes and dividends because 1 Herbert Weiss of the state motor j' to the alternative writ of i AT FORT TAYLOR !Section special acts of 1925.Dvcenber from th. r.i .1 i i I
businegs I f rest.These Mr. Leon who now holds an ina- mandamus issued of United l :I, I .. .J I 11 was
has all, if not more, thanit trees are being: planted I out A tg.. 1 Rhode Island, however.
can bear. |I vehicle Lureau, has been busy i I for shade as" well as bf'autifica-I portant positicn with the Cuban1 States court on pica of I... P. Chal -- --- ---I 31, 103G, the governor deaf Most of the

It was to better bueinesw in!I in[ Key Weft for the past few days I I tion. aid it is the aim of the gU'tIj i government came in on the..S. S. !; fliers. asking.----that jhr, riU........._andor _,i'--L men tal band l--will; present: t the progiant -i,,I of the State of Florida!: shall! have !the state"new issues were ,;id atel'lletl.

fact, and yet meet the govern-1 I to have ai many as possible plant- Cuba from. !!llavan?;, Mnpf.v\ | ffe. -Malone, Attorney.IA 'cc ,I, which was to have. been,I' U- rtpht. power and authority in Gerry a Democrat, admitted -
lIciflt' att.penditure fi ounding up vioato! of the license! rrbeTTre.the! season for JStYMIS .LL.tjnfr bJS-l'receptress of boy- Roberts was appnint- 'I J ** L" to remove from office -i Senator in a
: : 8.sM."J \ ..!. .. !< t t -i itYcterday Councilman : nUvpd I last] atunJaw r:' his discretion I this himself when,
) that the decrees' thic J'car, tTiIln t.-. is:J in 40 years. V -'. I It providing: for the llectf&Lfli21t: -1 I I which was prevented by the rain.: with or without cause, any or!I election- statement, he wa-
i ) tags. there
\ 833,000,000) with improper said that ; afternoon at the" r. j post
Kirke or
ffendcrs elective
I Mrs. officers, _appointive defeat waacareful
promulgated.The interested .i linquent taxesCity 1 The concert will commence asj all: of the l to nay that the : "
were little man got a break. Most of them are the owners needed at this time willing some to give, C. station: where Angela he was Vaughan accompanied ,|!, Auditor Willard M. AlLury I Iwas usual, at 7:30 o'clock. j I of the aid city of Key not to be construed as a blow at __________
who are Mr?::. order ZOO city corporation organized
license parties by to municipal -
of certain: carrying empowered of West a Democratic organization.
and the prices of automobiles and Baldwin Woodward wife j the cUte
Rents and experience of Mrs. orderto Myrle the
\ niece in I Mrs. of
ordered; owned,of thor! time who is i; a I automobile license tag :: under the laws
basic commodities were 'tags from other sUtes. but in the supervisory work of Leon said hn had a delightful' I October J'I, &!. R. Woodward.- wiH!! bv,, .
with a assist I Mr. : hare them ready by Colunel State of Florida.It
lowered 10 per cent, along 1 people who reside in Key West the trees properly planted of the most: thrilling of requires they be' the program with two reading both, : Put Oa'JDeFeiye; __________
cut in ....IarieThe ,.. by having visit one ;, when. the" law featured on 1 1i is clear from iail
corresponding in France' and are permanent residents. and to the greates advantage.: I I his life, and the high: lx.lintVa" puchased by automboile owners. :i numbers.,This wui be this singer'!j jI acts, opines the attorney general I. A dnie* Republican pottti
little investor must I the several who have Miss Bald\\in.I this season in']' ', in previous,electrons _
West meeting suspensionfrom out
nominative) securities -: A resident of Key : Among: I I his I|first appearance that the power of pointed
buys registered ( bonds, automobile with volunteered for this work onewas I During the day; he visited many i, I Key WeaL Her offerings will be|, office given the mayor does:' it always was difficult to figure
and government. ,on purchasing an i I yesterday and was in company 1 LOCAL CLINIC Indian Love of ; how'the C. O. P. candidate
scenes -
hand familiar revmoval
the ,, on I old "Pale'' Moon" an conflict with the power' ;lout jus\
against state, secure !: not _ _
which he puts away ; from another Rev. J. and vividly recalled deaL" Al-
:licenre busily engaged. This was l with Mrs. Vaughan; and "I Love Life. office given to the stood on the "new
rainy day. The wealthier man The license j I First Presbyterian -. West with his I t Sung instrumental -!, from would declare -
license.
a Florida C. Gekeler of the life in Key FOR CHILDREN There will also be an r in the later act. most invariably they
securities -
trades in the unregistered I not considered -' is an enthusiast ; and Mrs. I This will be governor I I ready to vote
who Mr. I numberof themselves as
affectedby '' tag from other states are church, : parents. solo number. There Lt i then cited a
alone are Frederico. \ i.
which increase. Expected I' in these cases. \ about the program and his Leon. and the exciting .. "The Girl of My Dreams", composed -, rulings of the supreme court for those administration' polkic __________
the tax with of the first to offer \ the Spanih:: on the trombone situations. In,I believed right and againstthose
about $182- Most of the! owners of cars was one fore East MAD: and played I rendered in similar they
originally to bring : have complied services. I Mr. Leon left over the OBSERVATIONS TO BE ll. Private Sonny Clapp. general they thought to be wron<<.
all dividends from other states I by I conclusion the attorney
the taxes on i tags for Miami i en I
866000. follows the Republican
) the law and have purchased Coast yesterday AFTERNOON BEGINNING The complete program : The success: of
thus become! $202,866,000. with to visit i a *on TOMORROW : writes: denunciation ot _ _
Atlanta Tribune"-
A'I in his
Collector to statute en-
from Tax ,loute Mbrch, "Chicago the whole candidate
tags PROGRAM I "Taking
Dodger Hunted ; SPECIAL college. I Island _ _
Tax d'n O'CLOCK Rhode
Frank H. Laddew d. There are .... a who is attending 1 I Chambers. ; acted at the special session! of the' the "new deal" in
As for the income tax, more; be checked by Mr. Weiss. "La Fcria," Spanish Suite in of 1925 together'w'ith; in the face of the Democratic
to legislature
than two-thirds of its burden$6.600.1 ia i Automobiles belonging to three BY ROTARY CLUB MAKES INQUIRY ; ;Three Parts-Lacome. ;: the later act passed" opolt'the; :'slogan of "Forward with It U.e..

borne by incomes above only others are being held in storage I The Pareht-Tefccher organiza-j: ?opuar! Fox Trot.OO.. In this upper bracket are purchase of the proper I tion e-f Key West have become ; Capri" (Requested-Gro) the of removing any and,, his brethren to follow
pending governor
41,500 of the 2,080,000 the income rate I[,tags, .If.-not bought!; within 30 PUT ON AT REGULAR': ABOUT TOURIST ;I quite interested in the establishment ;I, Soprano Solos by Myrle Woodward -i all officers of the city of Key suit. .

tax payers. For them I' Jaysthe state has the legal right I TO BE i of a clinic here by the Key I' "Pale Moon" (An Indian West we must .arrive.jftV toe! conclusion t; Republican leaders here no bei

ranges from 15 to 26 per cent,, .to,4isposeof< : > the cars, it was said LUNCHEON AT NOONTOMORROW : CAMPS IN CITY .i I West! Administration for the ohI \- Love Song), Logan, and "I Love that the lOiUli conferred -lieve.i' The result in Rhode Island
without the surtax and they confrihitta -I house.TARGET i I examination of I II Zucca. additional -;!would to indicate that the
at the court: \I rervation and _ife. Mana upon the .i=overRwrnr seem.
$87,Ubb,UOU a year. l I children. which it is stated ha I i Overture. "Put'and Peasant" field of1 tI> ) -i voters, at least' in New: England

The other 2.038,500 income \ I been a long-felt need in this com I (Requested)-Sunny Clapp. Played -' out destroying; the power of the) are not to be scared by Mich _
tax payers, taxed at a rate of 1 PRACTICE \ INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS munity. :I and composed by Private Sunny to suspend from office. It ,things; that the Democrat in
_
mayor _
only 35800.\ will be a special: program; \ from 1 to : the legis-l' to stand on their
to 4 per cent pay Ther EXPRESSES Tomorrow afternoon Clapp. hardly be said that 1936 will have
000 while the 5,000,000peasants CONCLUDED TODAYBELIEVED put on at the regular: Rotary I Ii ORGANIZATION 4:30 o'clock the ERA clinic will'I A Musician\ Astray in the Forest : can lature intended by the passage of, own record and nothing else.
exempt from.income II held at noon to- L1F2: children.where : I' Btratci4
entirely be the Instrumental gonmorlof
are almost I i luncheon to DESIRE FOR CAMPING 1 be opened to receive :i -Hermann. Wiith the 1935: act that the While no Republican
taxation. moirow at the Parish Hall, according I all facilities will be found !j Effects in the Distance: 1 the state residing in TailsIhassee will go no far as to say the rara.I"!

Effective: handicap to any I i to an announcement made IN ISLAND CITY I 1 1I I I to on this work. : Popular Fox Trot. "About AI should\ be burdened with has started their way what happened
rich" plan in France,1 I THAT VERY GOOD I II Melvin F.. Russell, president carry this is an un- I disciplinein ': Island has convinced .
"soak the 1. today by It is shown that Quarter to Nine"-'Varren. '' the duty of enforcing in Rhode
i
however is the Frenchman's ingrained -I WERE MADE \ of the organization. \i usual opportunity for local persons -\ Selection from "The ChocolateSoldier" the police department of the many of them that th'
RECORDS of
canny reticence to reveal -,I The program: will consist I Writing from Safety Harbor, to get a thorough examination -Straus. I city but a more reasonable; construction : -,I Democrats at lashave been puton

his real wealth. So difficult DURING FIRING I I(1 Mexican musical numbers with and Fla.. Howard F. Gaiser asks the of their children where there The Star Spangled Banner. ,. would be that this field I. the defensive.

has it been to learn the incomes -! many other special! features Key West Administration housing i|are deformities.! ,. .. t This morning at the Marinehospital : of operation was intended to be I Another Scrap Dn. I
International
of the rich that each tax I films of the recent I" department for information anent Further informatamed ti on can t>e &-t the band played' a concert left to the mayor of the City: upon over their victory inElated _
to report certain -j. ____.; o.. oi held in Mexico City to this city.Mr. I the ERA nurse. I of
in
required and patients. the ;;
payer is of the target J""U' convention tourists camps by calling for the staff whom is placed duty Island. the Republicanhigh
Last
_ "exterior signs of wealthhis -I! 265th r.e iment. Coast Artil-I,be shown. that Gaiser intimates that he I: Miss Elizabeth McCloud, at the]I Il Besides the regular program vocal : enforcing all of the city ordi-1 Rhode command has turned H. at-

rent or the value of his residence .he Florida National Guard. was;:' President! Russell: requested I wants to spend: about three months clinic, phone 467.FAST numbers were given by Janice' the next contest at
nances.
: at to
_ his automobiles. yacht and. ery concluded today with firing of the 1[all members be in attendance givespromise here this winter and the chancesare with l I II Lewis Avery Johnson and George I'I' "It is my opinion that both act tention band-in Kentucky where in November

servants-to give the assessors an 12-inch mOl tars t.y Batteries "D" I the meeting tomorrowwhich' that there wilf be others INROOFINGHOUSE Mills White.While have ample field of operation of1( gubernatorial election
: a
lavishly he live!\. 1 of being an i WORK strains of ,I -
idea how and "E." i him. the stirring! their own, and that the act conferring be held and a vacancy in
Furthermore, because rents are! While it is too early after the and enjoyable one In his letter he tells of a"tincan" recent 'the Star Spangled Banner were I'I upon the governor the'is to from the fourth district
that can be checked up the results I interesting\\ c-f fpcalled the 12 and aOl congress
something to determine convention l being played and sung : to remove any
practice filled.
is taxed 28 per: -: .. Fla..I roared i power of is to be -
each Frenchman his: of the 155 milUmctrr: gun practice MISS S. tourfctajat SyisPta of I inch mortars at Fort Taylor municipal officers of the City I The possibility of a stiff contest
cent of his rent in addition to : yesterday l 101 Batteries "A" where; he was elected president '1 1I forth an accompaniment to the 1 I Key West is not in conflict with for the governorship of that
income tax. 1 I and the results today officers organization known as the Independent METAL SHINGLES BEING PUT music.VACANCIESIN. insofar a. it empower ;i, an-1
and "B" an martial the former act between the Republicans
Inheritance levies listed of the command are confident ON VISIT HERE! ''Traveler VJf America.29, ELECTRIC COMPANY t the. mayor of said! city to,.!Ute Democrats is admitted in politicalcircles

Inheritance taxes in France as' :; that ttie records are sood. j i i composedof: \6t! 9.tits from I I ON \dismiss a "police' officer to FU -: : here.Considrable.

elsewhere cut their larger percentage -! During these! practices CaptainEd and ;sUtes. only in BUILDING TODAY pend any other officer of the city: ,\ interest{ center "

out of the big estates.' Arms Lieutenants Wise A welcomed visitor in Key West j They propose to>camp promote, I except the member of the city' around the election in the four';

The rate ranges from 1.2 per centto Stevensen and SUff Sergeant today is Miss Sybil Bethel daugh-! I clean sanitary camps in order BUGLE CORPSMore council and to appoint persons tol' congressional: district to fill the

cent. Inheritance taxes: Snap. of the 106th observationrquadron. \ ter of Mrs. L. W. Bethel who ar-J ;:oed will, keep the camp Metal workers began this morning perform the duties of the FUI : created by the Math of
40 National scrap
I per by Al""ama York and leave not so much as a wood shingl during their sus vacancy Although
in 1934 helped the budget the rived yesterday from :New site when removing the old pended officers I Representative Garden.
$112.651.000.The I' Guard in service planes of the ;! and is a guest at the.family home,, of paper at- the camp roof which has been on the office I'' dozen vacancies :I pension." I II : this district i ia in a Democratistronghold.
observe than two :
tax in France in; guard were here to 1 Duval street. I leaving. West Electric company 1! Carden. Democrat
per capita and assist 421 it will be a good of the Key West Junior Drum and .
of the practice 22 lie suggests in the Key ;. a majority '
survey of
results years. 1934 by
last absence
the in
when After an within elected
for years.
1931-1932, 100 such campers ; many to be filled wa
are
estimated at $49.50on in spotting directions. Miss Bethel was given: a gladsome; ,thing to have about them Within short time one section Bugle Corps and week CRYSTALS of only 2,005 vote
was made, was 'I arrived in the ; I during the winter, all of I a and'before ; the next few days I CRAZY i claiming
the dol, These officers of the Havana sheathing placed I not : -
to the arrival are
removed, Republicans
on asks
25 francs welcome morning.
basis of leave and was this I The
I announced
a for\ .lanes.Sunday and were to ,I' sister, Mrs. E.\ financially independent quarter section; it was t' they are fight
her the but
was by 1 il A COMPLETE
lar. Of that sum. $12.70 { Birmingham Special clear and concisely ,i noon and girls interested in that WE NOW CARRY anything
metal Boys
_ for R. Warren I II : for information ,new cut the
afternoon Wm. bright
unemployment -
the this Mrs. with can
:I covered even
including M. Phillips. condi- wa Samuel IligltSodirector STOCK If they
services
octal I written relative to activity should see ing.
fund, old age insurance AT 74 I 1 and Mrs. Sam Goldsmith. I and the possibility shingles I the at Bayview Democratic margin down to uar
t GUARD West' of corps: PHARMACY
LIFE 1 the station Miss Bethel tions at Key who watched the operations -j I GARDNER'S they will regard it asa
From Bystanders each afternoon limits
.
and the like. > accommodations.The Park. He is there rower
Warren direct I i of by saying\ Fr.. D.flv.r,'
The same survey. incidenUl'A Keb.-Jonas Burcham was driven by Mrs. housing department has i commented: fastest they from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock. it is Phone 177 moral victory.
BLAIR. her mother was the
M where work -wa ,
l i"
showed the per capita tax guard at the J to the home .Mr. Gaiser giving him that the tUted.
life to
written
$32.03.which 0* is an active thtWe waiting to receive her. She will re-, 1 had ever witneaseLCOLD
United States to be in this city at J the information requested. 22RBB8Q
pool vacation. all FACA
$7.54 went for social eec'ices. -Swimming\ \I main several week-- for a I REFRESHME NT.
I of 7 4. rPARTICULAiLiiINYOYRETHROUGHWORK ALWAYS 'WELCOME
WAGNER'S BEER I!5 I
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BLOW TO THE BOY SCOUTS KEY WEST IN purchase Key by C yesterday Aubrey Nickla of The '' Today's Horoscope t f

qa k( li: (:mYt : 1 r 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS j jH I II portion of the key bought by Mr. '0000 Itf

DAYS GONE BY 5-10 acres. J
I."rI'ubliaAld ,. Except Sunday. By The great j jamboree of the Boy Scouts i I I I'nappenial. XMcklas contains 153 Today's native is frank and outspoken -
;
CO. INC. Herolddes The raid was $500 per acre
Tilly CITIZEN; PUBLISHING; By Don iii Here Just 10 Years' price i with a powerful and commanding -
II'. AfttMAN, VtfmUtmt has been called off by President Roosevelt L or a total of $76,750. The portionof
.. .. to
There seems
Xaucer Taken From
JOB AM-K A.sl.t..l II | I Ago Today A I Nick n&ture
The Citizen Building advice of Surgeon General Cummingof 1 1he's I the key purchased by )lr. i I
Corner From Urecne Xnd Ann Street I on I The Files Of The Citizen =jj Ii j'las is all good dry land The ale I j It.e strong sympathies and a keen

I the Public Health Service on account of i I II I I'I consummated by L. R Warn insight I into human nature which
and Mouro } Satisfied was
In Key Welt !;;
Newspaper now
Only DallT .the 1i
County.'entered the prevalence of infantile paralysis in I At a meeting of the board of for, of the Gulf Keys Realty con' combined with the intuition and
"west Florida as .cond cl>.. _tter where the ( commissioners held last 1 1I I
Washington county ;
t Key general vicinity of pany. I foresight, the diplomatability
- -t; Pr .8IXTIl: TEAR in a better man I. mvht__ the_ matter1 of the road from I _
Met bev .( tb* A. .eUte* Pre- largest; peacetime gathering of youth I Sa.lcle' .n Bunches: to Suar: Loaf Key and depth of judgment ought to
Associated Press U exclusively entitled to nee to have taken j Sanitary forces of the city are\ carry you to a considerable degree I
the was and
credited to the nation's history than ; I was considered a plan map I
It for or republlcatlon not otherwise of credited all news dispatches this paper. 'and. -Also' \& r lof the toad checked tt> the board. to be seen daily placing oil in cisterns I 01 fortune It i* a successfuljd.y. !

_the local news published here. place. r:1 Alter some discussion i the plans in various parts of the city t .
.Jamboree City situated within the : I in connection with the drive inaugurated -
; and
t it was dt.'chledl j
approved
NATIONAL. wflCRIAL> ) Washington monument and I I were 1 last week for the extermination 1| tt-r of the Lritle to be. and will beat
shadow of the to i issue a tall for bias for construction !
street.
ASS<< CITlONCr Men( her home, 506 Grinnell
? !I of mosquitoes.
,
/9.35 within sight of the :i engaged in the work are also oil t| -'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES had been erected as a home for 10 days ., the points designated : ing many of the ponds and other | Improvements! to residential

ne Tear ,i te 1.00.o* I bqy scouts tQ celebrate. the 25th breeding places on the outskirts! of : prcperty in many sections of thei
30,000
for Kelt hum, son
I 1./ Judge Benjamin The Citi-
Six Months noted today by
J.u a4 the i, city are
city.
rnree Months_ IS anniversary of the founding of the Amer- 4V of :Mr and :Mrs Charles HKetchum : zen. Many concrete sidewalk are
:> Month t -
Wecfcly n. .. -.29ADVERTISING ican scout movement. It was a complete will leave tonight for I also! being: laid all o* which adds

-' -- f RATES"SPECIAL water communi- 1 Vero, Fla., where he is judge 01 Editorial: comment: A woman wonderfully to the general: appeal
with its own .
Made known on application. community the criminal court in Indian River should reign in her own house I ace of activity throughout! the

-notices, NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of cations and transportation systems and 1 County. Judge Ketchum is one 'nold because it 13 natural for hei r-city

respect All reading obituary._ __._.notic_.. care Il.e[. will be charged for at even its own newspaper. It is now a deserted i, A FORM OF BRAGGINGPeople of the youngest j jurists_presidingin i .,to storm. .! I
IDa rate of IV"" a which the tate and when admitted t<> ; --
Notices for Is to entertainments be derived ar by* & cencse from line. city. who. would never think of traffic light by a few seconds-racing a the bar some; time ago had the! PALACE
revenue
t Is open forum and lte. discu- contingents from England, of clothes, fellow motonst-or setting a recordfor the youngest Invitations are being issued fo
The Citizen an local Scout strutting in a new suit or that be distinction of being |
1 Issues and subjects of or general a 200 or 500 mile trip can miscellaneous shower to be giv Ratoff-John Lodes in
Mon of public the
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communitaUYU. I France, Spain, Ifungary, Chile, Cuba and because they had just deposited $1,000in boasted about-are forms of automo-. attorney ever admitted to practice I Miss Edna Pere.:ri.\i Gregory \
honor of MINE
countries were the bank. will strut. in a. motor car. bragging j en in ;\ THIS WOMAN IS
I II IMisses
or more from other if wish Wesley GeorgSkibsted :
a score, I mean show off. Strut when you walk you whose marriage
--- .-.." ._ .. on their way and these were invited to You would think tome people had but when you get into an automobile. Thelma Knowle, Mary will take place en. Set pw: Two Comedies

IMPROVEMENTS_ FOR KEY: WEST CITIZEN regional l camps while those who had not invented swell up when the automobile they get into the one.tray they be kind modest be courteous be humble and,remember be careful bae I{ Ingraham Edna Perez. Louise tember by Mrs.2. The Osborn affair Xottage.is tq be gifn ;!OJ' Matinee 5-10c; Night) 10.15eWhyTakeChances

ADVOCATED BY THE to cancel often noth- are responsible for a machine cap- Finder :Miriam Oarey, Wilma Bur- ..
yet started have been asked!:: Excessive peed, itself, is you and destruction. .
death Math- '- -
-
dealing
able of Eulalie
than an ego feeling its oat* rus, Leila Azpctia -- -
more killed
their trips. ing But nine out of ten automobile accidents Last year 36,000 persons? .ere ws. Mary Louise McNamara Mrs
injured m
million
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1. Water and Sewerage. Up until the eleventh hour health authorities involving driving and errors motoristshould are due and automobile approximately accidents a, and if you don't Blanch Hernandez. Sister Catherine ----- i ii

2.Bridges to complete Road to Main- and scout officials hoped for favorable to undue resist speed the desire every to ny, or he is believe that a great many dangerous of Semmes have filed applications
the streets of
I with real things that drivers do on with the superintendent
suddenly
himself
land. conditions, as officials found no apt to find and highways can be classified as as intsructon: Melvin E. Russell i
-and harp. public
of the disease in the wings Dozens of a little tricks that motorist I form of bragging,just study the figures take the examination for
"undue prevalence" : The Traveler Insurance to
.
& Free Tort. out by
-cut- put
the
tune
pull that seem cute at which will be held' on

4. Hotels and Apartments. ': ..if'i: CaPital a few. but hours new cases from arising Washington in sectionsjust madeit I -tine-: in ahead-of. anoth-r- car: .----beating--a Company.---..- .-- teachers August 20.Daniel ;I of Food Spoilage ...

,.5.T>> :.Bathjng Pavilion.. a advisable to cancel the assembly "to ............,00.......1.: ........................ Stewart colored who, ;' _
6. Airports-Land !and Sea. of to manslaughter:
apprehension on the part Today'sAnniversaries pleaded guilty when for, as, little as SEVEN .et
any
prevent
}
7. Consolidation of County and City: who THE WEATHER\ ;, yesterday afternoon in criminal: .
officers
health DAY can
parents and state
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. might fear that the epidemic would be ........................ hard labor in the state prison have the protection that a

brought into their States by returning Temperature* 0....0.ao.o..Q.".. General Electric Refrigerator -
mtking
I scouts." Highest .._......___,............._.....89 1552-Fra Paolo Sarpi, Italian Many of the !sponge vessels : gives you. Foods are

President Roosevelt was Lowest _........no.-...... ._......82 statesman and historian, born up the Key We t fleet for the are hurricane now-. kept at a constantly.. ideal
address readiness
I The
in
.. 86 Died Jan. 15, 1622. getting r
_ I scheduled' to deliver to the scouts in Washington Mean Normal Mean' .:.: ...:::.:...:::: .::'::841 I season but some of period them temperature. The refrigerator -

will be radioed to the scores of H.mf.ll* i I jYe j j 1773-Peter B. Porter New will arrives.make A trips few! before of the that ships lelipoit I with the sealed-in-steel

By MARCY B. DARNALL. camps in this country on August 21. !terday's Precipitation .0 Ins.,, York's noted soldier of the War several das ago Some have I mechanism needs no atten
.... '1 1of 1812, Secretary of War in 1828, several t' "
.15 Ins.
I Normal Precipitation for oiling-and
I Former, Editor of The K.y West CUUen l The unforseen development was a Thin rrr4 .... ... 2.-..... perl.a: born at Salisbury.: Conn. Died been away from port beforp tion-not eve, n
had ... .. ..._ ._ Afx-ka and will return just I carries five guaranteeon I.
stunning blow to the Boy Scouts, who i .1.... h a. tits r.I." .. March 20, 1844. the time arrives to wait until the.eaon a year
Garland Hodson pitcher for a Kansas colorful event' formany Tomorrow' Almanac threatened, its most vital part-the
this of l blows and 1 THIS rOODlbacoa
anticipating HOLDS Ml '
been ( .
Sun rises" ......._.....-..... 6:01 a. m.i! 1775-William Darby, pioneer i mechanism.
City baseball team heaved his most effec- months, but the wisdom i in t canceling I ...... storms is past. a4?. wait 2 %pn.CftUil
: Sun sets .___...m...... 7 02 p. m. } American geographer, born in dos. eke. Iir. b.itac
tive: fast ball a few days ago. Wheel a this celebration is nowhere questioned. It Moon rises .m.nom. 7 52 p. m. Dauphin Co.. Pa. Died in Wash. After a lingering illness of foul Electric refrigeration is a !lots 0ta'-cr.cr'esrcans. b.rd. canap true

mad dog caused a panic during a game was imperative in view of the circumle"aT"1A 1 Moon sets. ,.---_.-.-.-..-. 7:17 a. m. :I Ington I). C, Oct. 9, 1854. me nth1!?, Juan Delgado. 57 necessity and not a luxury. 1 bottle chsrcrc.lb"+.tout. 11 a bc.d Ib.

Tomorrow' Tide. last at his residence 518 and leave : 1 bin enr..berOf
.
evening
-- .een.a. .. 1 .. ... JtJa. Economical, Safe 2 It.. t.*wo f I bavcliwmwiw
..
( .. er a a.'tin'NtodirsP.M., .18P J!. k +i\...,; Pt-l1't:' .co ...'U%:, ---- y"* aozca & *
Record l .... = 1864. ) =, Fellows and Knights of the Golden {' satisfied users In Key I ur ulad dnumc:I l" j
Aunt interesting! : idea from Key West- r\ 'Vest.'n" a.a hft.our OOa 1
Eagle
Amanda Crews, 80, of Kinston WEATHER -- members of which will at- i ..CU I.ood.
: where some excellent 1 projects'have FORECAST lend the .." 'nt. IlO I
N. b.. lost her temper!recently and for city beautification 'I I 1816-Ann Pamela. Cunning funeral. 1.l.c-i'; tbs. oa ice.

gooS;1 reason. Some miscreant put i been developed since that Island City' (Till 8 p. nu. Thursday) i 1 i ham founder ((1853)), and first That the chain ;

of gunpowder in her favorite a pinch management has been directed by governmentalofficials. Key West: and Vicinity Partly j: repent of the Mount Vernon La- .is destined to be hu'lude'fn J keys the: The Key West Electric
? clay pipe dies Association
cloudy born
tonight and Thursday I I in Laurens ret development Company 1
which ; genPartly
she now
had smoked. for 37 years causing |, Ce.. S. C. Died there May 1, in this in progress i i
section
3t to blow J up. Fortunately A Tree Guild has been' formed. down! there to i 1875. i is evidenced by the
she was create \l "'ta --- -- .
not injured. a greater interest in, tree cultivation, andpiovide -- --- - .
a medium 1836-Walter Bezant, -- -
through which English
interested .
w may carry on a program of tree-nlantinc- persons Anti, r author, born. Died June 9, 1901!!/ :......,.........t...I',.....,..4jrI"'JIT._......... .' ,
.....
The heaviest bridge traffic in cultivation. .ll/f.e ,..y ."...........
worrd is the 1867--John Galsworthy, fame a I
.
claimed for the 1\$
double-decked Both men and women are showing! a lively English novelrt, born. pied -Jan '
Michigan I Avenue span in Chicago used interest and it is 1l. 31, 1933.
emphasized
that the Tree Guildis f


\ehfcles.dailj by 27,000 an The average and'Brooklyn of more bridge than carrif'abotrt 34,000 one primarily for social a purposes.working organization Men and: women rather than who ., Cloudy,,;1C 1870-Harry auto manufacturer M Jewett, born, pioneer a; EVERYDAY' NEEDS: j


the London bridge ]8.- have a /Jiobby of planting and cultivating shrubsof Elmira N. Y. Died in Detroit .
OOOjlaiJy on an average. all tie to moderate east or southeast June 15, 1933. .
kinds and .
| others engaged in beautification winds. .
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'end similar pursuits which are closely related to Florida Partly cloudy, probably over the Gulf States and thence .
'
:Ir keeping with Massachusets\ 'plant life, are being urged to join the Tree Guild. I local. thundershowers:; in north portion northeastward over New England. i CLOTHES .,
reputation tonight and Thursday. Temperatures have risen I 5 to
for culture, a debating team 'haW' ,Close cooperation with the Key West Garden Clubis j Jacksonville to Florida Straits 15 degrees in the Missouri Valley IRONING .

been organized among the inmates ofstate the planned. and Fast; Gulf Gentle to moderat; and Plains States where they are HAMPERS

reformatory t One of the I east or southeast winds except now above the normal. It is cooler -r j BOARDS
at Concord Jun ioM t I* k prime objectives of the Tree f
gentle south to southwest in over the North Atlantic States f
1. Guild. is to plant anti o.ilturottWubvwhich ____;.._ _- extreme ,: : 5
w m ot'e t rees an d north portion: weather part-I i and St. Lawrence Valley while .

::Rip Collins, first baseman of 7> the St. !' -vail :attract bird, life to,the i'Jand. I ly. overcast tonight 'and Thursday I I elsewhere throughout the country $$1.25 up I $l3Sup :
r with mattered showers Thursday. temperature changes i
Louis Cardinal, has an odd hobby that Many birds which are natives of that subtropicalarea .j have been
"'-+1 I' generally slight.
of collecting broken bats. are beautifully colored, and would add much .* *' -
He now has I WEATHER CONDITIONSA j f. -h. AL. GOLDSMITH.

about 400, each bearing the name of the to the picturetquesness. and charm of Key West, if I Temporarily in Charge ''if #- CLOTHESLINE : '

player who broke it, and when he has they could be attracted there. disturbance of marked intensity r ij CLOTHESLINE I! i

enough will use them to build a fence There is a thought for local) people in this Montana is central and this southern morning Saskatchewan in- /:: BENJAMIN LOPEZ 'h; REEL50c j I :

around his Rochester home. Key West plan. Possibly a Tree Guild could undertake (Williston, 2944 inches) I FUNERAL HOME

a specific program, of tree planting which while pressure is relatively! high Serving Key West !

garden clubs other voer the Great Lakes region/ and r Half Century 25c
Finding owing tq activities, have not a
a night club 24 Hour Ambulance
door Service
unlockedat off the South Atlantic coast :
launched.We _
5 o'clock in the 1 Showers and Licensed Embalmer
morning, Patrolman! thunderstorms occurred -, I
Charles Howard of Fort Wayne, Ind, en- would like to see property-owners on during the l last 24 hours! Phone 135 Night 696-\\

tered and Davis Shores start the movement for a Tree Guild. -- StepLadders SCRUB
was greeted by "Hello, there" --- -- -- :
out of the darkness. That is a section of the city which both for :shade! t
He
summoned : "
more
officers and beauty needs trees! There are a few palmsan.l .
and J the place was surrounded in x1; JY'4t -. PAILS
oleanders I ;
the expectation of catching a burglar. The in the area. An elaborate programof \ will i be pleased to have you consult about c ,
!
us I
voice was found to be that of beautification was planned by R. P. Davis, the j| $1.75
a parrot.
developer, but unfortunately the collapse of the .'. '.H: :. { how you can I' z9.\ 35c .

.
boom !spoiled the lavish and extensive system! of *: i up
//I.
vitae case
The I
theory of the superiority of mind planting which had been promised. Ten years : i

over matter got another boot a few days have passed Things! have been more or less at a *-.::- ;"Build Buy : !\
or
I
ago. John Moraine ,
of Montreal with standstill l, with more having been done the last 1 j ELECTRIC FANS

he legs paralyzed for three years, had no idea I few months than in the past several year The Refinance Your Homeor $1.98

would ever walk again. But when transfer of the
I various apartment houses and ICE
lightning struck his home he forgot his homes to I CREAM FREEZERS
people
}infirmity who will live in them or secure:! \ $ 1.25a i

and ran for dear life. good tenants,. is all helpful to the community.: repair or modernize : .s

Extended any type of _____________
plantings of palms, more oleanders. building on insured creditThe :

From a missionary in the Solomon Islands !camphor= trees!! and other quick-growing trees and ..

comes word of the sad plight of the shrubs, which. .. will supply greenery, beauty and i South Florida

natives with a suggestion for their shade, would do a great deal to enhance the charmof First National Contracting & En.ering Co.r
relief.!'! 1 1mall Bank of Key West .
He writes: "Our force of# brethren Davis Shores., We suggest a Tree (Guild and 1 t : 598 .

are unable to cope with the distress which hope this thought will meet, with favor. V f pd t] Eliza Sllet
prevails in this benighted Approved Mortgage. Under the !. i

bal land of can i- No| ;money, nor the love of money but : "Your home is .
: Many natives
are worthy of the
starving.
Please bed"
rend"a' few the inordinate love of money is the root of FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION !
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more missionaries.
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.WEDNESDAY: ; AUGUST 14, 1035.) THE KEY WEST CITIZEN; _' PAGE THREE'WADY

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f eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.CLASSIFIED 1 ..,.....................
.- --.- .- -- -- --- -- LEGALS I

. MADE 1fD i I II tVlTKT> STATES Cl'STOMS Today's Birthdays

.= DY CORALIE STANTONITNOPIISz I 1 SEnVICE rock of Kev West Flnr- e e e e e e e..C.e.....a..e e..'
Ida. Jul>' :31. IMS Notice' Im hereby'given
COLUMN of Erne Thompson! Seton of
the seizure and intentionto
S!** Uoon twit In of rare luxuries of the last word In
-c"'I..n fo\cn (&, AtieaUoec.ecboead I SPORTS forfeit of the mnlor.1 Santa Fe. N. M., famed nature
B. and Laurie Moor fashions. A taste he could never \"-:!.4a (MICA,. :H ft. long.. 9 ft 5i
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee illustrator and
writer, scout leader
*... dtdartt their love for tack have satisfied on hU own merits. t,i in beam. equipped with a LaFranceiSS -
otlan teat tefort 1. set out: naiaxitcri Advertisements under this head i H. P. motor together with her boN in England 75; year ago
/ U worried all ot K.x. cad "I'd Ion a ring the girl went on. I I *. apparel: equipment and furniture -{I
till mar abnr liar titttr Gladyt.wko and In her voice was the note of helpless will be inserted in The Citizen at thereunto belong-in, owner*
y 1$.., kick. aide cad 14114- the of record. \\illar.I ilet'Elizabeth '
rate word insertion Hopkins.
of Ic each
acme wits. o. tn..po..li/ yoaa9 devotion that thrilled the young a for: I' Street Key !West Flor-j I Bion J. Arnold of Chicago, ctlebrated -
awe warned Jimmy Dalla Ofodv man. and sometimes made him feel but the minimum for the Ida. and I.5 Bias tags five gallon electrical engineer, born

ii- H0 mind a.cocktoU.tit Jlm. that life might be very wonderful If ,i'U. '--,- '. __. first insertion in every instance i iv25e. i cap.riland I II", c1a: .s jugs. one1
y'a root at !* moment.Chaster --- -- near Grand Rapid, Such, 71
I
I l
II --I gallon capacity) This property wasseized
on_ wasn't so tied up. "It would I I
on July :i. 1915.' for violation ,I years ago.
31 make me sort of feel I belonged to BOXING EVENTS I PHILADELPHIA ; SERVICE PLAYERS Payment for classified advertisements of Sw lion ts' of the Tariff Art of)

you Jimmy. is invariably in advance I I 191*. at Key \\rt. .'..rid... Any!
,
I I person claiming this property or.3n .
ELSIE GROVE "Ton do. he said very low. and but regular advertisers with ledger. > Interest therein is hereby r neil| Prof. Arthur J. Dempster of the
I 1 I I
-r1.L' mix you mr latest said took her In his arms. AT FORT TAYLOR DOWNS BROWNS DOWN BEER BOYS accounts may have their advertisements finl and admonished t.. appear and.. ) Univ. pf Chicago, noted! physicist
"Oh. Jimmy! she smiled happily i : file with the Collector of ('u.tom.u"tom .)
born in Toronto. Canada 4V
Jimmy. I I charged. (' House Key West Florida' year
and looked
adoringly Into his eyes. claim thereto and a bond In thesum !
Jimmy walked out of the room to His spell was on her more potently GRANDSUCCESS 1 v. i Advertisers should give their a of |25: 1.11' within twenty days I] age.

fetch ice and when he came back. than ever. "Ton do love me. don.t1'ou NEW YORK YANKS DEFEAT,IDIAMONDBALL I CAME AT I II street address as well as their telephone from the first publication of thisnotice. .

Gladys was looking at a photograph ? We are going to get married CLEVELAND; TIGERS LOSE I PARK LAST NIGHT RESULTS I I I number if they desire re are filed. I'nlevs within such the time claim prescribed and bond I I II Wilfred W. Fry, head of the
"
some day? I the said property will W sold at '
that stood In lonely Importance FIFTEEN HUNDRED PERSONS II sults.With famed Philadelphia advertisinghou'e. :
on
bidder
public auction to the highest
his "You bet your life. he answered. TO WASHINGTON OUTFIT IN SCORE OF 22 TO 11 each classified advertise- (at the nest door of the FederalItuilding ) N". W. Ayer &: Son. Lorn at
flanked
mantelpiece' by rations But there were depths In the girl I WITNESS EXHIBITIONS PUT I I ment The Citizen will give free an at Key West, Florida, on ] Mt. Vi!'ion. N. Y., 60 years ago.
I quaint animals blown out of glass.It that she did not know herself, and I' I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Thursday August Z!. 1933 at.. II: :1 1I I
otherwise disposed f inaccordance I 1 I -
o'.IOC"k. or
In them'IUr and RESERVATION
was particularly noticeable In ed a sudden fear a I ON LAST NIGHT AT it.

thai room,without any other' pictureof sudden pain. She clasped her arms. I I : (Special. !. The Citizen) I (By JOVE) and provided with A.the J. statutes Angle ("oll.tor. made....-I:I! Dr. G. Bromley Oxnam presii -

tightly round his neck and hid her I I NEW YORK, Aug. .-The There wa!; only one game playedat jly3I: ;UKT-14; dent of DePanw Univ. Indiana
any:kind, all glaring white with I I Philadelphia Athletics Victorious 1 PIANO TUNING I, .
face on his shoulder. I were Bey view Park last night.; I i!' born at Sonora CaL -1 4 ago.
splashes of black and orange for curtains "Jimmy. I'm crazily In love with I over the St. Louis Browns I II The Service tn defeated the I.FoG.U. NOTICE years

tables of steel tubing and you. At first I thought it was onlya Before a mammoth crowd of I when the Philadelphia club fell on I S. B. Beer boys by the football PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo I Pursuant to Chapter 1S8S1. Law -
game. I'm a silly fool but you're I four -St. Louis pitchers to pound' 1 I reno. Excellent piano for salt nf .Florida the undersigned will receive 'I Dr. II. Parker Wilh economist
J plate glass, and enormous square II 1,500 the boxing show staged at score of 22 to 11. Division street. i until 1O:'. a. m. on Wed- I ,
Just everything to me. If you don'tlove out a 14 to 1 victory In the firstof The stars for the service ten cheap. 1018 : neMlaAURUS! IX. U J5.! at the born Weymouth, Mass.' 61 years
t white armchairs, looking as If they me. If you ever get tired of me, Fort Taylor last night proved to I four-game series opening the : jly25-lm(. Governor's office in Tallahassee I I .
a
hit two doublesand !
were WooJcl: who I I Florida, sealed offerings of maturedor ago.i
had been cut out of a block of snow. and from I shall die!" ,|
go away me. be a great success. Eight exciting last home stand of the season of : three singles in six times up; unmaturtd Road and Hrldtce.lliKhwa .I i _
The photograph was of a girl and "Ton Flowerface!" repliedthe I ROOMS Bonds of11ONROE
I silly matches kept the fans at a the Browns in St. Louis. who scored six F. \ or Refunding I i
Brindel. runs
seemed to belong to different voice.. "As if I'm ; ,r eOU\' TY. Ft/WID i'
a age. spellbinding I Dr. John W. Langdale of New
I I of excitement. The New York Yankees tri- : Caraballo who hit three out. of !I All offerings submitted Jll'ST Ul-
An ordinary-looking girl with lot not lust.longing'for the day whenwe great pitch I I umphed 'over the Cleveland Indians I III "THE MUNRO"-Room. unexcelled FIRM: FOR TEN' DABS SfRSK-:| York book editor of the M. E.
ot hair In plaits round her rather can be together!" Corporal R. Casey Gregorieh, }four. In price and location I Qt'KNT TO TIIK I>*TKOF| OPRNIN Church, born in England. 61 Yt'arslago.
8 to 2, while the Boston Red I In the field, Blake and Woodal E. 4th :. i. .. through September 7. IJ33.
N. e
large head. Gladys found herself crying as running water. 128
'. Battery "D", Miami, professional I II Sox won from the Chicago. White I''. starred for"Uncle Sam's boys and street, Miami Fla jly26-lmox I[and must and state serial full :,name number, description 1[ .
boxer and wrestler acted as t _
promoter Sox. 9 to 5. :I Lewis! Castro and Walker for the >>f bond. interest rate, date

referee and announcer, arranging I TheWashington Senators in a: Beer outfit. FOR RENT of issue date of maturity and
price asked Bonds that are In default -| Mitchell Kennerley of New
matched !ten-inning game, went to victory'| Score by innings: R. H. E.
eight evenly I I of interest must l>e offered at : York bookman and publisher bornin
over the Detroit Tigers 4 to 3. I Service 103 131 25f'22 17 9 EUNGALOW FOR RENTModern i FUAT price which price shall be

s bouts. I There were no games: scheduled '.I .S. B. Beer- conveniences and garasres.! understood to he the price asked England. 57 years ago.
for such bond WITH AO
f CapU Roger:;; Carter's EatUiy in the National ).vague. 002 600 030-11 11 9 Apply Valdes Bakery. MATURITIES OF PAST nUt,

t "D" ooys annexed individual honors The summaries follow: Batteries: Orte/a end Pamplin; aug8.l mo DEFAULTED OR UNPAID COUPONS -
and noticeis
ATTACHED
by taking five decisions and AMERICAN LEAGUEAt : J. Walker. L. Castro and II. Ca!=- hereby given that If any such

Chicago R. II. E. : tro. FURNISHED APARTMENT, mod coupons hare been detached prior todelivery Y I
one draw, including a KO. in the (I
Boston m' m.....-........... 9 14 0 ern conveniences, 628 White, or of any bonds accepted tl
scheduled matches. The herennder the face
eight re- andlor purchased RUSSELL'SCIGAR
rulU were follows: ,: Chicago ..................._...... 591 SUES GROCERY FIRM Gaiti's Barber Shop. augG I I value of such missing:coupon will bededucted
A 1 1r as i Batteries: Welch and R. Ferrell; I II (1 I from purchase price: and
L Phil Bryan, 136, Bat. D, won de i iI 'offerings must he submitted on this
I Whitehead Salveson and Sewell. OKMULGEE. Okla.-The Frisco! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the .
cision over Don Dowling 134, Ba. i iI I 'I bal" ". Sealed envelope containingsuch
I Railroad suet a firm in shall state
grocery Hour, Day or Week. Repairall offerings plainly on
I), in three rounds of fact fight I Ii Federal court in this city allegirgone its face that It is a proposal for the
1i I At Detroit R. H. E. makes and paint them with 1 sale of :Monroe County bond. STORE
PA'1r i i ing. I I cf its train was! damaged Nu-EnameL We full The l.. reserved to reject
right
Arlie Holland! Bat. Washington ............w.... 4 14 2 carry a
I ID.Oorp.won over Art Whittier, 146., 150. Detroit .w..................-. ... 372 when :it was run into by *he gToers' supply of parts. Agent for the any offerings and all offerings portions of I I -0i -

1 Batteries: Whitehill and Bo'ton! ; truck. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. STVTK BOARD RF ADMINISTRATION
in three rounds.
Headquarters, OF FLORIO.l'a"ld .\. i
Crowder Hogsett and Hayworth.At CSe s.eee.S.eeeeeeeeee S'' And sell them as low as $5.00
r Jimmie Murray. 129 Bat. D, -holtz, Governor all President Daily Baseball Returns
I II Wilbu- down and $1.00 per week. We .
with
f fought to a draw TO SUBSCRIBERSIf Buy and Sell all makes of used J. M Lee State Comptroller as
Faurot 130, Bat. D, in a three Cleveland R. H. E. I Secretary, By Wire

round slugging match. New York ..._...-............. 8 9 1 Bicycles Phone 276. J. R.;r \V. V. Knott State Treasurer as

I Carmon "KO Coker 147 Bat Cleveland ...-......_......... 244 yon do act receive your Stowers company, 515 Dnval Treasurer. auKl4-lt -

I D, won by a knockout over Roy Batteries: Ruffing and Dickey; paper by 6:15 o'clock in the street. jly9 II I COME IN AND GET THE
afternoon, call telephone 51 I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
Conn. 150, Bat. A. in one round. Stewart. Winegarner: and Philip RESULTS OF THE
and a paper will be cent to FOR SALE weekly.
-r 1 1I John Stearns, 137. Bat. D, won
f year home. A complaint boy MAJOR BASEBALL
I by decision over Sgt. Len Butter At St. Louis R. H. E.
a !
I i duty at this office. from I SALE-One all porcelain': MONROE THEATER
140. Medics in three fast Philadelphia ....................14 17 2 i* oa FOR LEAGUES

Ili- f g' rounds. I St. Louis ......._.._....._... 171 6:15 to 7115 p. m. for. the I Oriole gas stove, one roll tops, I Lee Tracy-Sally Eilers in --0CIGARS -
I purpose of delivering com desk and chair also other fur-j!
Ray Atwell. 168, Bat. E, fought Batteries: Marcum and Rich- I CARNIVAL CIGARETTES,
plaints. Help a* five you 100 niture. See them at 916 VirI -
"
"To. our next meeting, swecthearUwbo' It percent service by eating ginia street. aug4-3t ,
Bat. A, in three rounds. :Poser and Hem!!ley.NATIONAL I MEN WITHOUT NAMES
this? asked Gladys curi she harried along the empty West- if yea do met receive The CitU ETC

ously. "One of your sisters* end streets to get on her Chelsea' I Jess Miltier, 144 Bat. D. took sea.aeeeeeeeeoe.e..e.oe..ee. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. i.j Matinee Batcoar. lOcI Orchestra.

"No. It'. a friend-a girl I're omnibus. > the decision over George Martin, I LEAGUE The Artman Press. ug7 i lS-20cs Nights 15.25..
known since I was a kid." he Poor Gladys! Perhaps she hadn't 142. Bat. D. in three round" I No games scheduled

answered. reckoned on the power of love when Jimmie Gannon. 141, Bat. D, I I -- -- .. --
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she started on this adrentnre. Duncan Of will 143 Bat.
gay won over ,
1 don't
.\Iy. !Isn't she plain? re- LEGALSIN I
member It the other night when 1 Or, perhaps the new cocktail had' D, in the three round windup.The .

been too strong! matches were made possible -.
was here. Jimmy. And I had a good TUB COUTY Ji-noers:" roi'nr
look around." through: the cooperation of the IAn FOK "0'1101'OI'T: \,
As Laurie was walking along the local FERA: and Lieut. Andrew V. KMiiunt. i\ ritnniTK.In .
"No. 1 was going through some street four days later she reada athletic director. HeKMate of FIRMS
drawers and came across It with a headline In boy's Boswell, camp JAMES P. ROBERTS SR,
newspaper a Others who kindly donated their : I> -.a"e l.
lot of others. I. forgot to put It band
> NOTICE TO CREDITORS
services were: Timers, Sgt. Dick
away. REX MOORE FLIES BACK- To all creditors and all persons
"It's not a girl you're la love BUT CRASHESShe Shaw and Sgt. Loren Harrison; having; claim or demands again

-.Ithr Gladys's voice was decidedly turned sick. For a few seconds Judges, Cot McNamara and Lieut. You.Mid Estate and each: of you, are hereby Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them .

suspicious although she could not she could not move. She could Eos-well; Seconds Fozy:!: Kavar notified and required to present I

Imagine Jimmy in love with a girl not bring herself to buy a paper. Stephen McWirter. Sgt. Bob Hall, any claim and demand have which againstthe you ,
or either of you. may
who looked like that. "Rex Moore-Crashes." Mel Pickett and Ed Legg. estate of James r>. Roberta Sr..,

"Good Lord. no!" There was She stumbled back to the flat. It Friday evening at 9 o'clock an- deceased late of Monroe County.}
whole-hearted truth In Jimmy'sveolce. other boxing show will be stagedby I Florida, to the Hon. Hutch Cunn.lCountr
was late afternoon. She had left the. of Monroe, County at I
judge
He was displeased at the incident office early. Mr. Albery was at Fen the American Legion. These I his office in the County Courthouse JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES

Poor Elsie Grove certainlywas Gretton. fights will take place at the cub- i!,Iin :Monroe! County Florida within the THIS I SPACE

plain. The reason for the photo She rang him up. base under the direction of R. eight date of calendar the first months publication from here: You'll find out how

graph being there was that Mrs. His voice was reassuring but Casey Gre;orich. featuring local of. All claims and demands not FLORAL PIECES A
Grove bad brought her daughter to puzzled. talent. Mario Santana will battle presented within the time and In' 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when yo'u try

tea yesterday to Inspect his newly- "I've Just got a message" he told Young Fernandez for the featherweight be the barred manner as prescribed provided byHaw herein shall the first cup Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

tarnished quarters. her jjjfi;i oned' on from the omce.Mooril' of Key West. Paled August 14. A. D. n 35.JMKS .
Elsie Grove was the girl his supremacy : D. ROBERTS. JR., ,
Tapparently all right. He LARGO Ib 18c
Beth of these r:>>>o"s are popular CONSTANCE' ROBERTS-EDWARDS. PLUMBINGDURO I ; PLANTS and VINES .
that he should
father ball decided came down komtfwhere In Ireland their As Executors of the Last Will and I '
eventually marry.They were not en- not far from thtt Coast. He was pugilists, having displayed Testament of James D. Roberts,I I V. &: S., Ib 15c. .
the state. Other PER MONTH
gaged officially but the families 'flying on.'Some wares throughout Sr. Deceased
straight : newspapermen I I boys who will be matched are: David augl/-21.21; septiNOTICE Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA
were bent on the match. It bad advantages were so0a on the spot. So he } '
Jess ,Miltier. George PUMPS
; of business and property; bas made the most marvellous reeI. I r I Burney, OP MA'TEH'S SALE .
quite an out-of-date Idea. but. then cord In the world so far. Martin Duncan OswilL. Phil Bryan. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,' STAR COFFEE MILL

old- "From what 1 gather, he wouldn't 'l>rl e Holand,_ Art Whittier, that tinder and by virtue of and PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
the two famlles were hope Jess") 11 certain decree
to that .
I pursuant Street $3 .
512 Greene ,, JOSELECT
-' Jimmie"Slurrav, Wilbur Facrot, .
fashioned. say anything except that he let the made and entered on the i -' -
American coast at the time stated Inthe John Stearns and KO Coker. The I :of: July A. D. 1'J5. by the Honorable PHONE 348 Phone 256

ERE'S the best cocktail you've first messages we gotHe went' complete card % ill be published: to- I the Circuit Jefferson Court B. Browne of the Twentieth Judge of PHONE 597

-H ever drunk. be told Gladys to a farm house to get some water to morrow. Judicial Circuit of Monroe County .
drink leaving them to guard his, Florida In Chancery In that cer-
banding her a generous glass. "To tain cause therein pending; wherein
'plane. From then on he seems to HAPPY DAYS ARE HEKEJ.wfi.1&
Thompson joined by -READ-
our next merry meetlng.sweet. Thelma :Moore
heart! have disappeared.. LEAGUE STANDINGS her husband and next friend God SEA FOODS INSURANCE
"They .waited and as he didn't1! frey'Thompson! are complainants,
Gladys put her glass down when I and John Bogart and Bogart. his THE KEY WESTYellowtail
they followed him to the farm 35c
come
she had finished and stood by the unknown wife If married Joseph | 2 Iks. r-

window holding out her arm and but he had gone. They were told AMERICAN LEAGUE V. Albury. M. E. Mondul and Geo. Steak, 2 Ib. _.35e Office: 319 DuTal Street M
he asked where he could get a car. ,Wolx and all unknown claimants
gazing at a tiny wrist watch set with Club- W. L. rct. i Interest In
: went back to the air field having or claiming aa Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 2Sc SUNDAY STARSubscription
diamonds! that Jimmy had given her They as Detroit ..,........-... 66 38 .63S 'and to the land hereinafter described -
fast as they could and later a message i defendants the undersigned 25c
are Grouper, 2 Ibs.
that morning. New York.. m.... 60 42 .588 TELEPHONE
came from Moore asking them Special :Master In Chancery NO. 1
"It's lovely. she said but 1 I Chicago .h ....._..... 42 48 .467 appointed by said decree, will of-i I Snapper, 2 Ibs. _., 25c
to have his 'plane flown back to the Per Year .
$2
wish you'd given me a ring" field where he could come for it He Boston ...._.Am__. 55 49 ,529 highest fer for sale bidder at for public cash outcry before to the the Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs.( 25e

"Silly monkey you couldn't wear was going back to London by train Cleveland ......._._ 51 52 .495 front door of the County Court Key West's Only I Sunday ---THE Try Ye r Meals At

It!" and boat" Philadelphia .._._ .u 54 .U, House In Key West Monroe County -I FRESH SHRIMP

"I can't wear this either she "He's not here. said Laurie."And Washington .._._. 45 59 .433 of, September.Florida on.Mondar,AJ D. USi the(same 2nd day beIng ,11.. PaperBusiness Delmonico Restaurant

said reproachfully. looks much there's no message. St. Louis 35 66 .3.7 a rule day of said court and a'' FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY .
I Office Citizen BaJ waiter Beer ___ lie
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too the legal
expensive. sales ) during
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Probably he hasn't bad quite time :::::: J legal day

"You can wear It when you're to get back. Mrs. Moore. I NATIONAL LEAGUE hours o'clock:of In the sale forenoon to-wtr and between Z o'clock 11 LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Si;! C._r e Dinners, ......
with me. I love to see you with pretty :
of said day the
'things, darling. It was one of f Copyright, list, Conlit Stanton Club- W. L. rl=t.I In following the afternoon described property tosatisfy I PHONE.,151 PHONE si -------- See, 7Sc. amd use

Jimmy's characteristic points his New York ...._A67 38 .638 said decree by payment of .
Rex Moor, tomorrow, submit amounts therein specified:
love of display, of expensive things, to as examination.in. 1 I S1. Louis "_'_'_ ,63 4b .612 the On the Island of'Key West -A.

Chicago .,__._._ 61' 43 .609 In Monroe County Florida, and .1 AARON
- -----:-- -- I Pittsburgh ... .._ 59 lil .536 known on a map of said Island McCQNNELL Our Reputation is Wrap. PRITCHARD
I :::;- delineated by Wnv. A. Whitehead 536 Flem isStreet
,.eeS.eeeeecce..eeeeeese China, which had been besieged Brooklyn ._: .. e: 48 57 .451 In February. 1S2, as part I ped in packageof JENNIE B. DE BOER

since June relieved by ar Philadelphia ...-.:.._: 48 68 .453 of tract IS. but now better Tery FUNERAL HOME
Today In History0eee.ee.e.eeee.eefeeeee5 known as Lot 23. Square 1, ;
rival of first of allied soldiers the Cincinnati __ 41 61 .43 Tract II, according to Geo. W. i

Engl-h| Sikhs followed by Ameri' Boston ........_.... 21 18 .257 I Nicholas subdivision of said TL.al. .
tract 18. recorded in Plat Book
1748-Lutherans, in Philadelphia cans. 1. page 41, of Monroe County I vat PRINTING. Dignified sy.patLetieDoetor -
Florida Records. Commencing
organized Tint Lutheran TODAY'S. GAMES. at a point on Seminary Street C'O
synod in country. 1908-Beginning of six-day race. distant' from the corner of DONE BY US

I riot in Springfield, IlL. AMERICAN. : LEAGUE France, and Street runningthence 1S4 feet CInches I II EMBALMER NOTARY PUBLIC

1795-Historic Jay Treaty with I -- -- Boston at Chicago., i along Seminary Street' In' a N. I WATCHMAKER, JEWELER -THE-- LICENSED

England signed by President Washington 1911-Harry N. Atwood made Philadelphia at St.. )L uis. I 1 thence Ely direction' at right 44 angle feet. S In Inches a S.: I AND ENGRAVERS

I a new world record for long- ist- Washington at- Detroit. I E"lr-direction SS feet a Inches; e Him For Your Next Wc kALT. ARTMAN PRESS Ambnlanc Serrle -
ant aviation by flying from St. New York'at Cleveland. thence at right angles In a S. i
1813-U. S. I Wly direction 41 feet. S Inches; PRICES REDUCED
Sloop "Ar
miles
U$ Louis to New York-1266 thence at right angle In a N. Citizen Bldg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT
which had taken 27 English merchant in 12 days, net flying time 29 : AL LEAGUE: Wly direction tS feet. I Inches, Hewrss 9 t. 12-1 t. .6 Citizen Office
ships in second war with I to, the place of beginning.
hours.! deIpbia.. WM. U. )(ALONJi:. 51
Ope Saturday NJgfcta PLo,. 54S Nerar Slee*
itself
England, captured off English Boston. I Special Master In Chancery.RAYMOND .

coast. -I I 24)eweekly. ilJ I R. LORD
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I PERSONAL MENTION Most Beautiful Bridges Receive Steel Institute's Annual Award


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Miss Sybil Bethel, daughter of"I Mrs.\ Charles Aronovifz; and son' .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..
Mrs L. W. Bethel, is a guest at, Sidney, who were spending!' a,
the home of her mother for a vacation short vacation in Miami with relatives -'!'Big: Floor Show And Dance At
East
: returned over the

i Coast yesterday. j I I Key West Country Club Tonight

Samuel Lund, of Tavernier, was J
for visit Mrs Allan B. Cleare, Sr., who I ] .
an arrival yesterday a' have ]
with relatives and friends.. j j was visiting with relatives and I II | Arrangements been com-I, numbers ,'for the floor show for I I ji --
]I friends in Miami, returned on the I[I pleted for the dance and floorshow which he .veil) ,agt.as' master of _
train yesterday. tonight 'at the Country Club seventh annual' of ing country Thus the Bourne
The award
morning Ii
Newton of ceremonies, .Tie :will also
Mr. and Mrs. Frank f appearon
for the entertainment of club 1_ r'1' the American t Institute of Steel SUpper Bridge over the Cap Cod Canal.
Key Largo, arrived over the high-j I Mrs.\ Charles Witzig. who!: was! members officers of the 26: thRegim.ent the program with JaniceLewis Construction for the most beautiful a I tying m flat country and near the

way Monday evening and are en-. pending a short vacation with I F. N. G.. and heads oft I! in vocal selections. I bridges of steel built last! year -ea, hathe quality, in the wordsof I
joying a visit with friends. the Works Otherw who will will be was won by Bourne County '
Arnold of
W Progress
I her mother, Mrs.\ A. departments appear I its architect, Ralph Ad.msI
Bridge across Cape Cod Canal at left: Bourne Bridge across Cape Cod Canal at Bourne,
and other left Administration, and guests of Floren .Saw er in the "DollDance' "
( relatives yester- : of
i I Cram of Boston, Mass, nter-
of the Bourne, MassVinner in class A, Mass.-Upper Right: Douglas County Bridge, near Omaha. Nebr.;
i
Fred Totam foreman '
day; afternoon for her home in these organizations. j .:; Harriet Johnson, local I with "
and Douglas County Bridge No. Center: Eel River Bridge at Smith Point Humboldt County, Calif. locking space.
electrical shops of the Florida ; Miami. I Music will be furnished by the blues singer, will be heard. Gerald !I 667, a grade separation bridge between Th e fury o f swat d 'Mftrd..I- ......... of.
East Coast Railway in St. Augustine -I Ii'I ;, regimental band orchestra under Pinder and Dollis Burchell will!I road 44 and the Dodge: voted to the Fuel River Bridge at I stainless steel plaque at appropriate Dean Frederick Skene School of
and Mrs.' Totam. who were:i i Mrs. Lillie' Michael anI daughter the direction of Conductor give an exhibition of the modern I, Arterial Highway, near Omaha Smith Point. Humboldt County : ceremonies.The Technology The College of the
.pending a vacation in Havana, Jessie who were in Key West Caear LaMonaca. j tango and the crack saxophone!I Nebraska winner in class C. California. I winning bridges; were designed I City of New York; Dean E. R.
returned Monday and after a, several months as guests!' of Mrs. I George Mills White has ar- quartet from the band will play i Class A includes those bridges Tie! awards arc made each year and contracted for at the Bossarsge. College of Fine Arts i
short in Key West as guestsof selections. costing $1,000.000 and over Class by the American Institute of Steel 1 I very depth of the depression and New York University; Mr. F. E
stay
in her home of special special
Flora Michael on ranged a program
Ruter left B embraces bridges costing; from Construction for bridges selected' economy cf) material was essential. Schmitt. Editor, EngineeringNewsRecord
JUr. and Mrs. Fred ; Olivia street left yesterday fcrji I -- .- ___ _- $250.000! to 1000000. Class C.in- by a jury of nationally prominent In spite of this they mark a ; Prof. George E.
over the East Coast yesterday. i i the home in Ft. Pierce, Fla. |1 t eludes bridges costing less than architects and engineers upon the I distinct advance in bridge: design, BegK, Dcpartmert of Civil Engineering -
i Glllond To Be \i ROBERT H. CASH $250,000 No first prize was invitation of the Institute. Later superceding the purely "modern"or Princeton Univcr ;
Is!. W. Eaxley, bridge engineerfor : A. N. Leon, of Havana, who was |I awarded this year in Class! B, but the Institute will decorate the "functional.They are designedfor Mr. Paul P. Cret, Architect,
the projects on the keys re-;:i visiting in_Key West for a t5ay; Host Tonight j I honorable mention in Class C was winners in classes A and C with a I and blend into, the surround- Philadelphia.

short;, Mi- DIEDFUNERAL YESTERDAY
turned yesterday from a ''left yesjcidaafternoon for
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visit to Matccumbe. !' irr-i. M. E. Gilfond district director:
!: i of the Works Progress Administration -' 1 DESERT COWBOYS TAKE TO THE WATER has a reputation for frontier"charm" streets saunter miners and cowboys
I I
It is a wide opcn"itown in from the desert.
Baltasares Soldano who was on J. Markovitz left yesterday over I ,
in Key West, is entertaining SERVICES WILL BE with legalized gambling, and,
a business! visit to St. Augustine;'the East Coast for Miami \"here he this evening in honor of Mrs old abode and frame houses that:
AS BOULDER DAM BACKS UP IN BIG LAKE
returned on the Havana Special': will visit briefly with relatives. CONDUCTED ON FRIDAY i Subscribe to The Citizen
t I Robert Spctt wood, in. celebration speak of another age. On its!)

yesterday j I Leon Roherts was an outgoingIrassenuejk I I of her birthday anniversary.! AFTERNOON I j Special Price OB
East Coast The will be held in Mr.' -aft. 1 c tiT A.1II4H'1..... Prp".)
Thomas Russell arrived over!: ; svn the party ; PERMANENT WAVES
the East Coast yesterday from :yesterday ;Jp)1-Baltimore where he Gilfond's quarters in the naval j; t By T. R. SMITS I 1(r sports that hitherto have been BumsteadsWoiHiSyrup :

Matecumbe' where he is active in'' will h4T*-hj "yes examined by ai .station. There will be 10 gu,::.ts.i Robert II. Cash, 68, died 2:20 I BOULDER CITY, Ney. Aue 14.I I the privilege of lake country or "T. children .. .-.. ., af'n'7." TrhssMi. ONLY $$3.50
the capacity of deputy sheriff!,i i, rpecjllist! at. the Johns-Hopkins -The desert has not bloomed ocean ride dwellers. -. .. ... an>. f..Ii.weL 'I" _!''it.wt.rAI. I
afternoon at the; yet j s Ipt'IoTOS'Io.malefic aid
o'clock yesterday KITTY SANCHEZ
for a brief visit with his family. hopital Social Clab To i I I Motor and sail boats have already m.t.f ...\: : ._St ......... .n d...
like the rose, but at least aqua- been brought here by train Mow olilv MV M>ld e" """ Griffin and LabradV, .
; family residence 1004 Southard) I t I r hr mil. 6e a bst1l.ve.
---'- -- -- -- HoldAnnouncement Meeting j i igo planing, swimming, and yachtingare from California and launched on C. A. v..hee.. Ie.r; 1 aae ..'I' Barber Shop
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Di street. Funeral services will be I| Boulder Lake, and more are on .
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SURPRISE STAMPPROGRAM I MOLAYS PLAN has been made) now possible where a few:!! the way. Only recently 30,000
held 5 o'clock Friday afternoon
J I bass planted in the lake in
Muki-Muki-O months there was nothing' but were
of a meeting of the ago
FRIDAY: DISTRICT MEETING Club to be held this evening. be-: from the Fleming Street Meth-, sun-seared sand add rock. !!| the expectation of luring fishcr-'
1 ginning at 8 o'clock. odist church, where the body will I I men to its shores: and a few persistent -

I A request is made for a large, be placed at 2 o'clock. The services -!i Piling up fast behind the com ; souls have already taken Hotel Leamington
I I
attendance pleted 170,000,000 Boulder Dam1is catfi>h from the waters of the
of members.
will be conducted by Rev. J.
memlers of the West' ARRANGEMENTS MADE AT
The Key once muddy, Colorado, now becoming -
in the dark'! 1: C. Gekeler of First Presbyterian I j a lake already 52 miles long,i iI |
Philatelic Society are j i crystal clear as the fill
as far as knowing what is on the I SESSION OF ORGANIZATION M. MESA LEAVES j church. i I with a maximum width of one!1 settles to the bottom "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"N.

progiam for this FriJay, the LAST NIGHT I I Members of Minoca Council DCpiee !I I i mile and a half-and due to,;I Interest in, the water sports! is E. lit Street at Biscayne Boulevard
dent states. I reach three times that size; when i I I
about evenly divided between the
of Pocahontas of which
flreS'1-1 FORNEWSTATION' 'storage finished behind Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay
Orvis Kemp, Mrs Cash is a member will attend : of water is -1' permanent res: :dents of the I

er, has charge of this Plans for a district meeting oft I 1 ., the funeralArrangements : the largest man-made structure -I vicinity and the 2,000 or more I Opposite Union Bus Station
to far no information of what itt : 'of:' in the world. .1 I tourists who descend on Las Vegas
in charge
Florida UeMolays\ in this city : are Whatever the desert One Block from Shopping District
The other blooming
sin be has leaked out. ASSIGNED TO DUTY WITH REHABILITATION the Pritchard Funeral Home.. ,! and Boulder City every week 1
; i ii
in December were formulated |I' And Amusements i
members full of curksity i i sometime will do will be miles from here
are ;
Las ,
i}i, Mr. Cash is survived by his !i Vegas primarily a mining
so that a full attendance is ex-i I at a meeting of Robert J. j FORCES j.widow i Rado Cash; one son. Rex down-stream, with the controlled i:1 and ranch town, has a population LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED

pected. the president says. I{ Perry Chapter, Order of DeMolay, IN MADISON COUNTY Cash, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; a stepson -,, flow of the Colorado River making -! of about 5.000. It is 32 miles

Proposed amendments to the held last evening in Scottish Rite: :, Carlton E. Dunn, of Ja-:i possible large scale irrigation I:i iI !! from the dam. Boulder City, six Single Room with Bath u........._._.......___... $1.50

society's this meeting.by-laws .will be voted on''i fat Hall, corner Simonton and Eaton I maica Long Island. New York. j I II I projects. t i i miles away, still houses 2.200 men Double Room with Bath ..._ 2.00
Mario Mesa, who was I Enjoy Sports i; at work on the mighty powerhouses
The president, Everett Sawyer, !! Streets.! ed with the Key West \con'led-1, I Profe por Einstein saps there's But here, on the Nevada-Ari I expected before the year ALFRED SIMONS, Manager
also states that visitors are" wel- Local order of DeMolays plan j I Ito
: the Florida Emergency Relief Administration no such things as matter. Dr. Arnis '. zona border, and close to California -1is I out, to generate electricity for
come to meetings, which are held invite Florida chapters to meet i! since it became active asserts that space doesn't exist and Boulder Dam has effected i I I southern' California, 300 miles .. .
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p. m. every : in this city for the first time and j I has been transferred to an- Sir Arthur Eddington declares that a great change in scenery and i away. --- -
=- 1409 White street.; i| is expeced to bring a large num- other, section of the state. the entire universe is merely the''' habits. 't Frontier 'Charm ................................................

teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeej I Ler of boys to the city. I Mr. :Mesa was assigned to duty:: figment of man' imagination; j Sun burned miners and cow-I Boulder City, laid out by government -
The meeting: last evening was with the rural rehabilitation forces''1 I Any minute we expect someone boys, who might live their entire engineers and architects i- FOR SALES
iHOWDY KEY WEST! : attended! by a large number of I now active on the Cherry Valliy II I learned in science to say that the I I lives without peeing a large body', is a model for city design -

active and majority members and Project in Madison County, Florida whole darn world i i'n't! anything. of water, are now enjoying theP&O with wide curved streets' ,

Masons interested in DeMolay I. and left over the East Coast j jI Y _. I I[ sparkling green lawns fast prowling ....
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By RED KERCE work. ''' .,. : ,
afternoon. ltJ6. : \ t'
Monday i shade trees, and an attractive .
.,..............**......' : Ralph B. Bo 'den. member of the I' In recognition of his past com-I ; compactness that is in sharp} con- I I

Economy planned in Wa'lhingJ I I Advisory how Key Council West,told could those make present the- I petent and faithful services he was I STEAMSHIP Co. trast to Las Vegas.

ton, it seems, is frequently done I I 1 I I given a letter of excellent recommendation : Las Vegas, on the other hand. Ir
coming meeting a successful one. UNITED STATES FAST I t !
by those who care less than half I by Franklin E. Albert
"Jam at what price pork chops I I district! supervisor of finance antI I I I MAIL ROUTES FOR 1 ,.
If you think this world owes of
stop I reports and personnel officer PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES !Ot 25ti
living. charging a -
you a try grocery the Works Progress Administration I 1I
account to lady luck. Effective March 18th, 1935 -
"It may' be good practical horse I in Key West. II Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I alotabj 4I
sen; e, but it looks like $4.000.000- Ii ; 12:20 P. SI.Leave .
000 worth of boondoggling; to me." ITCHINGDon't i KEY WESTCOLONIAL Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I i I 111 =11/1 I"AI
General Hugh Juhn!on. Will! you Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays I >\ | BILIOUSNESSMarkMiBtlll ql r
please! lend us those glasses, Gen HOTEL ,t 6:30 P. M. t
endure ibis Tickets, Reservation and Information at Ticket Office o. tie f
Robbers were recently apprehended torment another day. In the Center of the Business Dock 'Pia... 71 ( *'. t.....1.. ll....'. i Yti I,

in Massachusetts who 'stole Ia ] Apply Resinol to the I and Theater District J. H. COST:R. /...t. ) THE SEMINOLE
truck load of garters. They're'probably : L Itching skin anywhere I

more than k"eo deep in on your body,and prove Fir t CU._Fireproof- -- -- --- -- - _. ....:;._._--
trouble.A Low quickly it give.relief. Seiuible Rates 1 Id. ill
In daily use : I.I'I.I'IIIIIIIIIIII Rf fI e i

revival of employment seems I nearly 40 year. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI rL datil.r .

impossible. Even: if times were bet-j i si aye+ ......
tcr, what would the masses, who Carat Elevator sFki I a assn -

sit around and cuss hard times,'' 0 Popular Price.'J "Make Your Paper Pay :.1ix... : ;fir

have to do? .
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you It do makes, try! and little do difference it a bit better what'i j e You Dividends!" ......_..111.. Florida I ._ .- _', .. -.. ,. f ,.-.

than the fellow who wants your, 111 ('Ills.! IK (.RltKlt. MmmmfftA t
I I/y human, home-like institution _
place where you will find fmnt ImHiHnmlrmrrt .
I and ..n-r..ln.e.t a mat-

Before the president can hopeto ff I I ter of great Importance two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
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make a success of a "Follow 1 Money Saving Prices A steel flrrprcof ..U.I... locatedEtrr street. In exclusive neighborhood Beautiful viewof
the Leader": game, he'd better I. tlte heart .f lbe city I
start laying something that an I Y II I -- i the sea and overlooking Coral Park

undernourished.nation can stand. ICE Room with Combination Tab 1 For price and terms apply to
% and Shower Bath Radio Electric'
USE I Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Adw Ceiling Van Slat Door fur Summer

The Emergency Relief has been : vertisers closely for special savings on your Mattrrsses Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Spring iced Construction withI L. P. ARTMAN,

through the hands of so many al- ITS PURER! household necessities. Make and Individual Read I
definitelythat I jW your paper pay you ing Lamps. .
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phahetecrs, proves The Citizen Office
no one want a goat, even in LASTS LONGER! I jW dividends. The most interesting news in the h. RATES! 8..le I'

thcep'a clothing. I'Wk paper today is the advertising where you can 7H n__.. Prlrate Bath __.. .::...OH orI
11__.. Private Bath ....____ S-S:
ICE REFRIGERATORS dollars the family budget by .O ROOM. Private Rath I I
b\ i ( many on -- :1 Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
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The laws that the officials are S* RMHIB. Private Bath *
I 1| patronizing those merchants who advertise: theirrave ,. SaMple R trying to enforce are little compared 1 Made of all metal-equipped 1 '9l.lt.tlT IM'RKASK FOR isoLate

with the numerous in-laws l with WATER COOLERSThey're i s t I I goods.. OCCIPA&CT: f................................................
that the average: man is trying! to !I i ,
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about declare this unconstitutional time of the )-ear..along I f : I II Economical is.. THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST "

I Li 100 Per Cent Refrigeration i ,OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY !'J\'\ h ; beUofdWinked. I

FAST FREIGHT SERVICE' I 'J I Satisfaction \.: 'BODY'S.. PURSE. ':;1f1s r"I'' f: : .TU, ? : '
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NEW YORK :M A merchant who advertises his prices I 'DOn '
y ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
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30 35 charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a .
and non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. To ttt the original Dam 100% Pare P mt
'and BOSTONFrom :'\I Re su=re to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
I It EASY TERMS 10 DAYS Why this big difference! ? rvernAtli
West alternate Friday'' I loot. for Diva 100% Par Paint= tiM ofttn been. tars)
Key II I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S w+r this Label iautauj ht never Jepbcatcd. --=::=::..
From N.w York alternate Tact- IN DaYie 110% Par Paint tontanut' with -= .:;
day. ICE CO. By patronizing the merchants who presentS I Is_ all par paint Lens tad it the only paint :.:::.---

From Boston alternate SaturdaysAIM )' INC. I their prices frankly and openly each week you ..: that carries a (aannu* vi parity.: =r'

1\F.W OKI.KANS: !. .KKTESTj. t1'ed.esd.J 1) 1 help to'KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING, OUT Cook for this Guarantee on the LabelIHEHBlttVISC& -*! -
ArriveKey Phone No. 8
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Went .-... Jay f.n..I.s.; I ICLYDEMALLORY I OF KEY WEST. Me 5.w-ceba_h my.........Mr.6a..rr.f.w..d .._
All .r.d.5 .... Sy .. --- ..d ..w shee.eh DaaJ.n17.., T d1ldrL
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:L.fE Make your paper pay you dividends. c.-I. I89S iAtrowREMn-'

,1 Eo Key.HITII Wrat, Age." I .I1.1'I'.I'.I.J/T.I,4YI. : I G. C._ ROBERTS Comer Carole and Wiiam Streets01 j jPAGE


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