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 15, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00093
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Associated Press Dad Wire : Key West Florida, has the

Service. Che' { 'w tS Citizen( t most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the .ep country; with an average

Best Interests of Key Wet range of only 14 Fahrenheit


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Great Building Activity Predicted For COMMISSIONERSASKED 1 LEE ADVISES Bureau Of Air Commerce Officials Carry


Key West Within Next Several MonthsWife ., LIQUORPERMITS:1 1i i r TO TAX LEVIES. On Experiments With New Type Of Plane

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Purchases Of Land In !1 1 MEETING LAST NIGHT I III i i BOND ISSUES f
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I I I It Yourself That Is
I II Seven applications I for licence i (Florida. New. Service) I I
Idea Of New 'FlilrverPlaAes'

!I" were received by the county commissioners 'levies for general county and
building HERE TOMORROW RENDERS EXCELLENT MUSIC t it the regular meeting i ii I i trict bond issues should not dil-I! I I

activity in Key West duringthe AFTERNOON; PASSENGERSTO AT REGULAR! LUNCHEON -I i held last,night. i I spread against exempt homesteads! _

next several months is BE ENTERTAINED OF ORGANIZATIONThe : Bervaldi Commissioners Wm. R i iI ;i, Comptroller J. M Lee is officially 1 I By:WILLIAM S. WHITE
I I Porter Braxton Warren, Nathan -advising i Florida boards of county I CAMP AT FORT TAYLOR LAST EVENING; EQUALLYAS Inv A..eiated Fr....

predicted by Charles G. I I. Niles. Clerk Ross C. Sawyer:: commissioners today. RESERVATION TO LEAVEr MANY EXPECTED TO BE I WASHINGTON, A.g. 15. A.

of two films of j and Chief Deputy Bernard Waite. 1 I, r I I f
McGehee, deputy regional More than two score passen- bhowing I, Application of Cabrera Brothers ; In a prepared statement, the i 9 O'CLOCK SAME NIGHT PRESENT: THIS EVENINGThe ordinary person an hour of
gers will be aboard the S. S.I moving pictures of the :Mexico i I '! comtproller officially advised the i I I .
director of the Federal! Wholesale Grocery for liquor dealers -
la' of r I 1 I lying instruction and then
International Convention I
Granada when she sails into port ,City i| license. wic:, was presented :1 county commissioners as follows: I

Housing Administration, in! tomorrow afternoon from Phila- Rotary Clubs, at which the local! at the meeting on August 7, was !,!' "Exempt homesteads are not I Just two more days and the concert program arrangedby ".olo."J
I Dr. Wm. ;: subject to tax levies for anything I t
club was resresened; by i approved
Atlanta who in delphia route to Frontera ; I Conductor I
was Key en LaMonaca
1 for licenses : other than special assessments for i 1935 encampment of the ZC5th 1 r That; bureau of sjr eoraraerceofficials
Sebastian Cabrera, Jr. Applications liquor :
R. Warren,
West yesterday. I j Mfexico.I With eight:; hours to land I William L. Bates featured the 1 i, of Charles I. seal Lumley Parks benefits, which assessments must I I Regiment, Coast Artillery, Florida i Ito]!I be given bv the 265th Regimen I I i t predict, soon may be tho

spend in Key West the visitorsare i, noon luncheon of the organizationheld I Saunders Wholesale Grocery com- !!! have been levied as provided by I II band a Fort Taylor I t

lie told The Citizen that1!i expected to see many of the II', today at the Parish HalL The pany. George Lowe of Driftwood statute. General, county and i National Guard, will come to an I II i i'end tion this evening rt'-ena-I formula. for getting the public into .

Island thoan with the I: Hotel, Tavernier Raul Vasquez.1 1I I i district bond issues do not constitute -i 1 I
the use ;
there will be between 15 interesting things in I!pictures were 'I with the troops in readiness variety entertainment. As theairs
: special assessments: for I i
Morales ;
j of a camera owned by J. Lancelot I Joseph! S. Russell Albino 'usual the concert will ,
and 20 buildings under con City.Through I i Lester, Jr.. who exhibited the I and> Aquilino Lopez will be passed !I I benefits as provided by the i to entrain for tr-eir home stations I begin I I In. ajbig! laboratory. at LanjlejI
the public relations I I scenes, and the club tendered him i on at the next meeting of the :. statutes and millage for same I I !,o'clock. I I I
struction here and there I department of the Key West Administration -I| a vote of thanks for his services.II' I I board. I II I i[ should not be levied and extended I II 19 o'clock Saturday; night. I I Ii i There will' be two vocal solos Field, Va., engineers are tinker

would be others making applications plans are being I The Masabi Cuban orchestra, I I Bond of William Gandolfo as I I I against homestead" valuations of I II i i:I In the opinion of the officers : by Sergtant Phil Kues. Sergeant: I ling with the "guinea pig" of the
made for meeting the Pennsylvanians directed by Arturo Boza, furnished -: prison guard in the sum of $1,000 $5,000.00 or ]less. : Scotty G. Hicks of the Canadian 1 i! government's. _periment in fo.
for loans The and citing to them the excellent music 'or the rfcca- I was approved. ;; This is in line with Comptroller !!!'.and especially those in charge of I It I Raring i

this places of interest in Key West.I I; I Call for bond Lids recently i issued :!I[ Lee's remarks in an address before -Ithe't various training activities the i i ii Army, will appear in a "Wee nit! \I large-scale development** of
administration has at ion.The of Scotch and Johnson cheap, safe "flivver planes.
Special entertainment probably:! guests: in attendance induced -i, by the State Hoard of Administration the convention of the county i 1935 encampment will be declared i' Avery

time more than two dozen! will be offered. i I i Captain R. Ingraham: Earl |i was read Clerk Saw-i I'I commissioners in Orlando several I. of the most successful will sing "Wagon Wheels", and i In addition to the present
; The list of passengers aboard I, H. Pinder, Nelson T. Jones and'j jI' yer reported he had ordered the months ago at which time the ; one ever;I "01' Man River" from the Show'"guinea pig," at least three more

applicants on the list he, the S. S. Granda follows A. Harper of the Texas Oil : call for bonds printed in The Citi- !I! comptroller stated that it was not i I I held in Key West, it was said :. Boat. "i experimental models are to be

said. I 'Miss Char'ottc Duglale, George: 'j I'I'E.i zen. I Ii I.' in the province of the comptrolleror ;I today. :)I March. "The Chimes of Lib- tested and fourth a tallies
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Deaner. R. S. Bnzht. Air and Mrs. i A letter was read from the Miami i Application o' \Vm II T. Boll' of the boards of county com- I I During the flay of the regiment erty"Goldman

Mr. McGehee came to Key West Joseph Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Mir Club of Rotarians asking howl I for the position of probation:: officer -i I| missioners to pass on the constitutionality i the regular routines of study and :; Spanish Waltz, "Santiago"- ; craft, already has been accepted
yesterday in company with ions'j shtll F.. Miller. )lr. anj: Mrs Albert j I i many of the local members proposed made vacant by the recent of the constitutional.I s Corbin. I Tests AppliedThe

Hathaway Honda. director of the!' J. Stearns. Miss Marion Schus-!!,' attending the Inter-city i, death of Paul Sawyer, was read I I :amendment. ('training has beet earned out to : Popular "I/ove. In Bloom." "guinea pig," as bureau

!!i fer. Miss Lis'!tU White S n.1 I[ meeting to be held in Miami on I and placed on file.Communicatiosi ., At that time the comptroller I II I I the letter and the summary of the :( Vocal solo I Iy Set. Phil Kues. i official. have dubbed it, is the

Federal Housing Adnsinistralioni' Townend, Ban*rd Siff, Mrs. II. September 5. Seven of the Key,I. from the Federal stated that the amendment was ; period activities show< that in everyI Baritone solo by Avery Johnson I Ilittle threewheeledieck W-l,
to discuss the situation with \\ m.l Wmtrup. Mrs. A. James. !Miss\ E. West Rotarians signified their in.! Emergency: Relief Administration :I clear in its' phraseology a> exempting i I way these routines: have been i."Wagon i Wheels" by Hill, and "01'' with its motor in the rear. and

U. Porter president of the rirs>t': Garfunkle. Miss LabtHa Kaufman.Mention!I! of attending and the club;i advised it was the inten- I homesteads up( to 5000.00 more intensive; and colnprcl.eusive :' Man River" by Kern from "Thei i entire front space open t. maximum

National Bank.. It is: through the! Miss! H Olsen Miss R. White and will be noified of this in the! tion of the holy to place: the i i in value from "all taxation other;I'I than at premiers encampments. I I i i Show Boat." visibility.It .

made to these t Miss F. Kline. 11 II meantime. It was stated how-!: Junior Patrol of Key West in.I II .j than special( assessments for benefits This is also true, it was said i i i Overture from the Opera( "The t is being subjected to almojt
bank that loans are : "
of of the IERAI : lie added that special assessments Chapel Master" Parr.
toI charge
l Others include: Dr. W. A. C. ever, that many others may go operations: of the artillery ra'tice.. both i ( every known test. In a wind tun.
intending to build. !" Beater! Mrs. Laura Be. er. Alfred I I I Miami for the proposed( meeting j I I from 11 to 12 o'clock on August: : for benefits pre clear- i ont2inch I.Jb I.I Popular( A Thou'and Goad operated under direction of

During their Uy. ilr. -McGeheeand Burger: Leo, Ji rn r-Iw Br L Mr. Hathaway we over the director Miss D. join in the movement. but are only such assessments, ; u [by Phil Kues. "
edge, !
cruise ; F'I I signified their intention thus results hue been made aeronautics, the ship is being;
situation with M. E; Gilfond, district :-t Swansou, Miss Dorothy: Bullock: ': far. J i On motion made and unanimously I are made and levied 'dir- Ui I known it is the consensus of offiial 11 Sgt. Scotty G;. Hick of the buffeted about under conditionsMinilar

\\PA director in Key Wes,! Mrs. A. Bev-ridgc. Miss 1\hbell I The luncheon wa* presided I oVf'r1 I\ earned, the board decided to accede against individual pieces of property opinion[ that the Canadian Army in a Wee Bit of to those of actual flying.It .

and were satisfied that the outlook \/1 Bcvcndge, Miss\ Olga Archer, MissMaifarct by Melvin E. Russell, president! ;I to the request and the clerk!| for direct benefits. made this :'gar will' better rC'ordsi those I Scotch t'{ also u being tried out in the
for; an appreciable Aloer, I>r. Vincent I '!1 was instructed to M; advise the I t L Popular Waltz "Moonlight Ma air.. .
West I of the organization, with a large (previously m-e.: !
loans being made in Key Strack. C. Frank Si-ti.: Richard in attend-! administration; !IE. ; donna" -Fibish. Popular Fox for
number of members I HEMINGWAY During the entire Jlf'rio.lto date, Standing by are engineers
good. Lillian Fredlander. 1, Depository accounts for the j r[ ol. "The Object of My Affec I
was exceptionally I Fuoco Miss\ ance, and the meeting was votedone I, only two injuries have been ,,re- : the committee and for the bu-
Interviewed At Station i Miss B. Jacobs. Miss\ Bessie of the most interesting of!: month of July vas read, checked I ported. Yesterday while the 12 I!I lion** I I reau, seeking modifications ,whenever
Louise Young, Miss and l. on motion approved! I ARRIVED TODAY; ,I I The 26'.th C. A. Band Saxophone -
E-tcrson ?Miss ,
; I pmt
It was after these discussions the present season. inch, mortars were being fired"one thole is possibility, of
Anna Rchmdler. Mrs. Fndewold,i Recess was ordered and the tax I (i I Quartet in Specialty Num ?
at provemeiiU These beinjtranslatsd
that Mr. McGehee, who was man rapidly moving away from t are
Mrs.\ Mar Ala Knapp, Miss Loretta I H>.stmerit board was convened to I --- I III j ben!
the railway terminals in company the piece, slipi'ed. fell and struck : .J| into, actual change by
and FIVE BUILDING discuss applications by owners of Grand Selection of "Victor Herbert
Miss Leonie ( ,
with Mr. Porter awaiting the de- Kraus. I I i NOTED AUTHOR ARRIVES ON the side of his head on the con the corporation that built _thll
in the city and on the Favorites"lIerbert.l.ake.I ,
Miss Helen Blain. p.rty| II I ;:
of the afternoon train. cretefloor of the mortar pit, j f hap.I .
parture keys I Star Spangled Bann"r.I .
The Citizen PERMITS ISSUED was unconscious: for ahoit an"l I
interviewed by 'Cheaper Than A. Care
was A number of these were r'a,1and ) I i I One of the largest. assemblagesof
and made the statement relativeto GROUP ENJOYS analyzed by Clerk Sawyer and I I BAHAMA WATERS Today another man was in the encampment period heard i| The small craft was designedI

building activities in Key suitable adjustments were granted act of lifting a heavy chest when i the concert last. night.; M..... Woodward i I originally i by Fred Weick> u.

Weit. I FISHING OUTINGFIRE ONE INCLUDES THAT OF CON- by the boardSHRINERS. t he suffered a severe
Signs of these activities. are already r I j Ernest Hemingway the author rent to the Marine hospitaL( her two numbers were loudly encored -' imttee, and associates, amf a contract -
apparent. E. A Strunk. STRUCTION OF GARAGE subsequently was awardedto
who, when not writing intensely
Jr., now has under course of I APARTMENT COMINGHERESATURDAY I 1 COAST GUARD Another number on the program; I the Kreider-Reisncr aircraft
construction on his: land in the I! CHIEfELECTRICIAN\ interesting novels and articles,!I I which was. happily received wn i corporation of Hagerstown. Md.,
Martello Towers subdivision, a I seeks to capture prize specimens
for Officiate
the its development.
trombone solo "The Girl of|
modern residence which will:;: lof the larger denizen of the CUTTER BRINGSADMIRAL i! My Dreams", composed and played -1! say it could be turned out in
Among the building and repair .
cost 5000. j I EXCELLENT CATCHES permits: issued this week from the [ueep, arrived in port this morning II IIt II by Private Sunny Clapp.( I quantity production at lens cost
City Councilman C. C. Symon- i [ than, the of
I M. Baker build- ;ton the Cruiser Pilar. HERE A's a matter of fact the entire cheapest currentlypopular
office of Harry TO BE ENTERTAIlf-D; AT BAN-
of constructionat
ette has in course I Councilman j i Mr. Hemingway has for the (program': was delightfully: pleaving J j automobiles. No more
to -
the corner of Catherine and! Harry M. Baker chief of the I ing inspector CUren-c was C. Symonette one permitting I QUET AND DANCE DURING !!' past several months been fishing I in every way and the call for.; specific estimate is made.
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Elizabeth streets a modern garage firedepartment; Sidney Thompson the construction of a garage '; 'for marlin in the waten adjacent! encore numbers wan continued until I! Meanwhile experts are scrutinizing .
apartment to cost approximately! department electrician and apartment at the corner ofI I EVENING I I to Bimini, and caught many fine I' the band or the individual performers -: a second experimental

$2,000. Mr. Symonette is overseeing -I Myron Russell pilot on the Key I Catl:eiine and Elizabeth streets, to -.. f ones. Pictures of his catches to-!' DANT OF SERVICE; HADI responded.CHANDELIERS, I.I ship already in the air and ac
the construction. ,West Bar, .vacated. their dutiesI cost $2,000. t ; ''gether with the author, have appeared ---- cepted-the tailless model designed .
O. S. Long plans a large addi-I I yesterday and decided to spend the Other issues are as follows I j A delegation from Mahi Temple in recent issues of EsquireI 1 I I I BEEN VISITING SEVERAL'' IN t ': by Waldo Waterman oft
tion to his furniture emporium at time on the water. \ Shiners of Miami will arrive in; illustrating a series of articles I I II | Santa Mtonica, Calif. Waterman's
William t[ New roof wit metal shingleson : i I I 1 POINTS ALONG COAST I
the corner of Fleming and ; rCey Wet the noon tram Sat- EASTMAN THEATER strange-looking craft officialssay
: Fishing they went and that they building at Green and Duval on written by him for the mag. I ;
streets. The annex will be successful without i urday. and will be honored at a has much in common with
I were goes: say- streets. Owner, Miss, Maude j --- ; HUMBLE WASHTUBS
erected on the lot 50 by 100 feet,I ing. It is in their boats they nev- Lowe cost banquet to be given that evening; the Weick W-l and other "fliv
in the rear of the present building ler return without fish and >cs- Repairs; to roof at 321 Simonton I 7 o'clock at the Plaza RestaurantIon rnA I If I commandant Rear Admiral Harry G. Hamlet,I' tHT Ala' -.. :: ver" types. Each has a plain.
TRANSPORTS of the United
on William street. terday was no exception. The Duval street This affair will States small! body that somewhat resembles -
I rtreet. Owner, Miss May Tuttle; Coast Guar serVice at1 ROCHESTER I N. Y., Aug.: 15. '
Demolition of buildings at I catch consisted of 90 fine yellowtail -I cost, $75 be strictly for the .visiting con arrived Two of the seemingly: ornate an automobile each ha :

corner ofN hite and Fleming i white and yellow grunts': and Repairs to floors rt 803 Wa..hI tin ent. f I 136 PASSENGERSI Key Ariadne.West yesterday The on the Cutter in'' chandeliers at the Eastman theater the motor in the rear and both
acquired through I' remained with whets
streets recently equipped net
other species which are now beingI L. the Saturday are
i net: on street. Owner' B. Following banquet here are washtubs-of the
several hours.
purchase by Raymond Curry, has taken in quantities. I will big dance I port The rear ad triangular fashion, as an aid to
[ Grooms; cost, $-10.General.Jepairs night, there be a ; miral remained on the Ariadne. I I very ordinary galvanized iron
and progressing :
started, is I I safe landing.
I at 817 Simon- the Habana-Madnd Club I
given at I I Steamship Cuba, of the P. and I This distinguished: officer was in 1 I variety. i;
rapidly. ton street. Owner, J. R. Valdes; I 1"hichill be an invitation affair. The explanation is found in a Other Planes Dne
As soon as this land has been COL.[ SPANGLER O. S. S. company, sailed yesterday I port at several points along: the
I cost, $150.ITIGERT. with all Masons, their wives and ; Three other'modls
cleared construction will begin at I i 1 afternoon for Havana with 128 ccast but it was said did not go i:: last-minute suggestion of George': are coming
filling station modernin i other relatives and lady friendsof J first class passengers, eight second ashore preferring quiet and rest :;I Eastman, the multi-millionaire,shortly One. constructed by the
once on a DUE TOMORROW members of the order, having i i manufacturer who built the theater Hammond aircraft corporation of
automobiles five tons I after a long period of strenuous
respect, to cost approximately GIVEN I ; class two ,
every$7.500.Negotiations. I .' been Invited to attend.In i 1 of freight and 231 sacks of maiL service without a vacation. I I at a cost of several million I jYpoilanti, Mich. has the three-

are now underway the event that anyone may 1! Steamship Colorado, of theClydeMallory I The Ariadne took oil} at the Porter ;., dollars and gave it to the Uni-Iwheel j and "push" motor fea

for reconstruction! of the, Colonel J. II, Spangler. state! OTHER DUTIES have! been overooked: in sending ; Llheis due to, Dock company. water at the versity of Rochester. t:' tures. A second, an autogiro do'signed .

Strand Theater which was burn I quartermaster and United States I 1, out invitations, same can be the obtained arrive Sunday morning from New I naval station and sailed in the afternoon I.I.I r Just before the theater was' !: for landing; almost .anywhere
from J. R Stow ers at en note to tIc: west :: opened in September, 1922:) )fro including the highways, it
1934. Mr. Carbonellhas : property and disbursing; ; officer, is York, en route to Key West and coat I
ed July
in concluded -i'd..c.- to arrive in Key West tomorrow (Florida News Service) : Stow'ers Music Store, who is an active -1 Tampa. I If-rough! the Panama Canal Before I I Eastman thought the foyer could under construction by the Auto-

practically this work and arrangements bids for I from St. Augustine and make W WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.-Dr. member of the local enter' reaching her honuport, Oakku.a. i,r stand a little more light and suggested i I giro Company of Amenca, Willow-
for John J. Tigert. president of the tainment committee, it i is stated. the vessel Honolulu I two new chandeliers be, Grove, Pa
have been called. prei'arations to pay off the offi- may go to it I
the erection I cers and men of the national guard. University of Florida, has been SEEKING FUND was paid. added. I| The third, an alf-metat ship
Other To Build Captain John Heihch. arrived selected by officials of the National GRAY RETURNSTO George': C. Myers chief engineer I I'I Reluctant to inform )fr. Eastman with a motor in the none, is near

Others who have practically, this morning; from St. Augustine, ', Youth Foundation to be FOR PROJECTS on the ship, was in Key West during )1 i that they were specially built: ing completion by the Carlis5i -

completed arrangements for construction -i I and is getting payro'Is! and otherI Florida director for the organize ; the riotous and near revolutionary ,,and could only be obtained by i) Wright': airplane company, Robertson

of residences are W. V.i I matters aranged to have all inj tion. According to reliable reports POSITION period in Cuba some:lorder and subsequent delay, the, Mo. Differences in wing
Albury, W. T. Doughtry, Jr.,j readiness! for the arrival of CoL I Dr. Tigert has been tendered the months ago. At that time he was:I architect gilded and wired two j characteristics are expected to
Harry M. Baker. E. K. \\ ilon. J.} Spangler tomorrow. office but no information is I (Florida News Service) attached to the U. S. Destroyer iron washtubs and put them in I distinguish it from the more oonfventional -

G. Alhury. Allan B. Cleare, Jr,,f j available to his acceptance. (Florida News Service) TALLAHASSEE Aug. 15.- Wilkes. II place just in time for the opening,t ootntnereial models with
Willard F. Russell, George Ruspcll. FOR SALE CHEAP TALLAHASSEE. Aug. 15.- R. J. Dill director of "White He made a host of friends in thinking they would do for the' front motors.
Fleming Street Methodist WHAT A KISS CAN DO Secretary of State R. A. Gray,I color" projects for the State I Key West and was meeting some emergency. f The bureau's campaign like-
church. Several Lots Martello Tower.SsbdivisionShady I I who was elected president of the i Works Progress Administration, of them while in port yesterday.At .I When ?tr. Eastman learned ef I wise has resulted in four projects -

George Gomez has under construction Side BROOKLYN.-Because James I National .Association of Secretaries and M. L. Montgomery, executive The Citizen office he recalled the architect's ingenuity he was I tp test the possibility of us-

and well on the way to -SeeRAYMOND -- Dibben of this city stole a lisa 1 of State at the annual convention I secretary of the State planning I that during his previous visit he so amused that he would never.' ing automobile engines for aviaUon -

completion a modern residence I from Thomas Grant's sweetheart,,II of the organization held Board, are in Washington to seek had written a series of brief allow the tubs to be supplantedby | purp4 seL Contracts for use

on the land opposite, on Palm 1 R. LORD I Grant gave him a beating and was i recently in St. Paul Mmnw has allocation of $350.000 for projects I articles dsecribing the stay of the I regular fixtures. They still of both six and eight, cylinder

( (Continued on Page Three) Colonial Hotel Building I fined. returned to this city. I in his state. destroyers at Key West. : hang there. I motors have been let.



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- PuII.II.4 Dan. -Except Sunday ByTHE few days neighbors in another i ..........o..eeeeee..e..
CITIZEN! pt-BLIsniNG CO '!..
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CC SC S C 550 cc see see .I I!
r AUffMAJV PreeMeaitJOB ... state were amazed to discover the dead i COLUMN Today promi.'ese1l! for abilityas
AI.LEN... : Assistant B..I. Bfanaare I[ Happening Hr Just 10 Years Teni erat *
1.nom The Citizen Building bodies of a man and his wife, both highly ( | rs r I i iI I an organizer, the drift being
Corner Greene< ( toward military life But there
respected in the community in which they i The Files Of The Citizen .i I PRESENT' LETTER EXPRESSING
I Lowest wT. 82Mean
Dally Newspaper in Key West and 1I0AroeCount J I I !I under this head i eenw to be too little appreciationof
amazement : : :: : : i
there _
lived. Naturally, was 86
--- --- ---- ---- 1: will be inserted< in The Citizen at REGRETS AT PROPOSED the personal risk of life which" !
Entered: at Key We;t.""Florida, as second class matter. and some curiosity as to what happened, T.:; Among the recent realty sales Normal Mean .m......-.-..-...... .84 :, the rate of Ic a word for each in- .( I fly bring bodily injuries or fxR-
F FTr-8IxTH TEAR officers that the of interest in Key West is that of Rainfall I l Fertion, but the minimum for the i iI ; DEPARTURE I ible the aspects' may turn the
MrBSr of t". AsaacUte Presa although was plainto i the home of Mrs. Ella Roberts on I I I first insertion I I25c.
The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use I Ye'terday's Precipitation .0 Ins.! ,. in every instance i is -- l condition toward deception in affairs
for publication of all newsdispatches credited to man had killed the woman and then shot Division street This has been Normal Precipitation .... .14 Ins. :: I I that concern business! relations. -
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and alsthe ..sold to Charles J. Curry and the .........T.r".r. Peil.d;, Payment for classified advert The Citizen has bfen.1't'q1H"Ct. : Caution should! be obsvrvtd. .
_ local news published here. himself.We 'price I The residence rediag; at to .......L ..1_ ...r.f.-R. t tisements advance .
are interested in the case mainly }I !laid was $20.000. is invariably in ,i i ed to publish the! following letter -
is on Division street in that Tomorrow AlmanacSun but regular advertisers with ledger I !
: "' AL FDIIOPIAlASSOCIATION I from ilarrrt Zinaida von'MietkLiuba !
Ytt"- because the magistrate conducting the inquiry !. desirable locality between Elizabeth rises ._ ..-. ... .. .. COIm.. accounts may have their advertise-1 ;' .
:' c/ (tn6iR 1933 urged the coroner's jury to avoid I I and Simonton streets. Sun sets ......._.... .. 7:01 p. m. mrnts charged. 0 'ce-prE'tidf'bt and'' THE'TEMVN'OL'Ei
suicide" Another sale was that of> a corner Moon rises ........ .... 8:31 p. m. Advertisers! should give their general: publicit" director of the
e.Ytar .CBM'&IPTle_... RATES 110" the words "murder and lie saw lot in the Martello Towers subdivision Moont* .... .. .. 8:13 a. m. !1 treet address! as well as:' their tele-I Philatelic and Numismatic Society
'31zMonth.m no reason to seek any motive and was I I to L. 1-:. Spencer agent Tomorrow's Tides !' phone number if they desire re-! of Key West, -hich has! been sent |i ito 1
rbree Months J." the officers and menof the;I
.15 anxious to "avoid the yellow sheets". for the Florida East Coast Railway suit '
:rte Month I A.M. P.M. ;2 5th; Regiment. F'...'ida Natural
Weakly .20 his j i company, which was pur- ... ..... With each classified! advertisement II } Ni
i While we find little reason to support I High .... 10:113: 11-.20 : an'i iI Guard. expreing regrets at their ,,
) RATES chase.I' for within The Citizen will give free
ADVERTISING $14,000 and
I a Low ..._........ 4:2.1: 5OC
known of the words that naturally proposed from the ty lv
Made lepart"re c
on application. I abhorrence j I brief time was resold! for $21- i Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask' for I i eel+ rsi
SPECIAL NOTICE l i Barometer 8 a. m today: : at the end at the week:
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resolutions of describe the tragedy, we can comment on 000. it. I I
All reading notices, cards of thanks I i ; Sea level, 2-J.97. 'I l lWEATH2R "The members of the Philatelic
the respect rate, obituary of 10 cents notices a line.eta, will be charged for at 1 i another sentiment expressed by this of- !' I -- FOR SALE j I and Numismatic Society of Key .
Notices for entertainments fcy churches from which ficial. The All-Keys Realty company : FORECAST 'I 1 I West regret to see you leave town
s revenue Is to be derived are S rants a line. I announces its opening for business -
Tile Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus-I I Calling attention to the fact that the ; FOR SALE-One all porcelain in a few days. However when i ......_...111... FtorMafllA
don of public Issues and subjects of local or general I in Key West The general (Till 8 p. m., Friday) : Oriole 1'Itove.' one roll top acqvuuBtance.4 sort, Mete i* always !*. II. I.HINKH. "......
interest but it will not publish anonymous communication citizen" and : the is JohnI. gas! I I
I I I man was "an outstanding manager 0 company Key West and Vicinity: Partly! also other fur- a reunion to "whkh to lock [ A human home-like Institution
desk and chair .
where will find iadl.Id..l
McWhorter who for the 15 you y ar
that the book of life was closed for him past .- niture. See them at 916 f or 'ard. ewatavt ..* rmtrrtmtmmirmt a .....1o -
Artists formerly did the' rich in oil, and his wife, the magistrate did not think I years field been of known Florida.in the Mr.newspaper Mc .. :i't.r j! ginia street !vir-1 I "On December 5, 6, 7 an.1 1 8, ter vf great Importance

now the government soaks' them in taxes., that the officials "should consider a mis..1 i Whorter says he has been studying I } i I Ii 1935.will be an held International in Key West Exposition under i A uteri flm>rf hnlMiiuc located
SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. I .
eV i to the heart f lie shy;
take made by a man for a few minutes j jI (: the trend of development in ( The Artman Press. nug7:I lour auspices: featuring stamps.! i -
Americanism Government spending Florida and is convinced that the \ I 1' coins. aVitiques. hobbies!, shell i livery mean with OunUlnatlnsi Tub
: that would affect his former praiseworthy t
I tide of progress is st.'tLingtrongly I FOR RENT novelties Key West Products !and and Shower llath. Radio KlertrUi'Cellini
billions! yet wanting to coin one-mill life. in this direction. l I i I I i a number of other most interestiii : Ventilation.* Pan Comfortable Slat Door for Reds Summer with

pieees.' I The world would probably be a much 3 g.;; .l it BUNGALOW FOR RENT! -Modern -'displays.'' This is the first event i Uattresars of Inner Spring Constructioa -

better place for us all if more of us were The firm of Johnson and Dong l .r.r. conveniences and garages,lof| its kind -ever to be held in thfe ,I tag Lamps.and Individual Reads
has been awarded the contract for 1 Valdes KATK*
-The honorable to share-the- inclined to take such charitable attitudein : Apply Bakery. i city."We I,
only way a the erection of a reinforced con- extend to each and everyone 1I''e
wealth in the payment of wages through our judgment of others. Too oftengood creteaiage at the corner of Partly Cloudy I I II aug8-lmo of you a cordial invitation to!In.I.7A 11 Rears__.. Private Private Bath I..... _..._. .. 5255 2.M

honest-toil. people are inclined to hound and damnan I I Caroline and New streets for the cloudy tonight amt Friday; pent'e i 1 FURNISHED APARTMENT modern visit 111 again; *in December; and we'!I24 4e It.*_... Private Uaih .-u.. .... MO.
HOTS Private Bath a-5
mistake I!i Lewis, Motors company dealersin to moderate southeast inds. I conveniences, 628 White, or promise you that every hour of I 11. Hamale** II__. Private Balk 4....
r individual for a single forgetting various makes of automobiles.The Florida: Partly cloudy probably i Gaiti's Barber Shop. augC your stay will be filled with in- t"1.I'-- HT ihtHKAKta r-OK UOLBUI;
'Adolf Hitler is the only '100 per cent in their self-righteousness, a life I work is to start at once and )local showers and thunderstorms terest." [ orcarA.CY;
onthe whole has averaged to a be completed within 90 days. The I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the! .. __
that up ----- --
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dictator. Mussolini, Stalin and the rest in extreme north portion tonight -- -
I structure is to cost $18,000, and Hour, Day or Week. Repair I-
are married.! high altitude. I will be one of the most modernin and Friday. I{ all makes and paint them with r I
the city.Editorial. Jacksonville to Florida Straits i Nu-EnameL We carry a fall
MONKEYS IN DEMAND 1 and East; ; Gulf: Gentle southeast i! supply of parts. Agent for the
Whispering campaigns are insidous, ; We will be pleased to have you commit us about
comment: the ele- end south winds and partly overcast Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And
but !not if they are ridiculous, which so ments and foundation of greatness weather tonight and Friday i sell them as low as $5.00 I bow you can
Laboratories equipped for the pro- j down and week. We
man of them. are. is sincere enthusiasm in seeking widely scattered showers Friday. $1.00 per
duction of poliomyelitis vaccines have the goodness of mankind Buy and Sell all makes of used
due the of whether it succeeds or not. i WEATHER CONDITIONSThe I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
been busy of late to epidemic I-
When two r.ations are at war and i t Stowers company. 515 Duval Build Buy
the disease, com.monly called infantile '! or
both praying to God for the success of The latest'! and one of the most northwestern disturbancehas street ,
paralysis, in North Carolina and Vir- important realty transactions moved slowly southeastwardto
their arms, we get'an idea what a quandryis ginia. I taking place in this section following South Dakota Rapid City, J.i8 I| PIANO TUNING I Refinance Your Home
like. the great boom took glare inches and continued I
The vaccine most used is that de- I today when the Givens and Givens moderately high pressure over the Atlan-1 PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- I j
veloped by Drs. Brodie and Park of New company placed a $5,000 binder tic States Northfield, Vtrmont. j reno. Excellent piano for salecheap.
When a fellow shoots his index fingeroff York, and made from the crushed spinal on an 86 acre tract on Angelfish 30.14 inches. Scattered showers !' 1018 Division street. : or repair or modernize any type of
or his thumb for that matter, ,just be- I Key which is just to the north of and thunderstorms have occurred ;i Jly25-lmo i I
cords of rhesus monkeys infected with the 1 building on insured credit
Key Largo. Following the com- during the last 24 hours in Atlantic iI
fore being called to the colors- it is a sure I I ROOMS
disease. Each monkey yields only about : pletion of details in connection and Gulf coast districts except i! ___ ____ I
is to his
sign war not liking. ten doses, and two doses are necessary for : with the transfer, the property in central and southern Florida o "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexI -
the treatment of each child. :will be taken over by one of the and from Illinois southward I celled in price and location : The First National Bank of Key West
This week commemorates the discovery capitalists making purchases in over Tennessee the rainfall being running water. 128 N. E. 4th
As the treatment is preventive only this section and the total *
con- heavy at Pensacola, Fla. 1.54 :: street! Miami Fla. jly2 .lmox
of ice by Dr. John Gorrie. You it should be given to all children in the sideration is said to be 125000. inches, and Chattanooga, Tenn. Approved Mortgage Under the

might do your part in keeping cool, if you area in which an epidemic occurs. More 1.60 inches. Cooler weather has WANTED
Advices received today are to overspread the interior of the
cannot show your appreciation in a more than 3,000 doses have been given to children the effect that the National North Atlantic States and the far WANTED chance to bid on FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATIONEVERYDAY

concrete manner. in the epidemic districts, but it has Guard Company of Key West Northwest; while elsewhere temperature your next printing order. The
now at Pensacola for annual encampment changes have been gen-
been impossible fo produce the vaccine in Artman Press. aug7

Earning one's bread in the sweat of sufficient quantities to meet the demand.At West on Tuesday., is due to The return company to Key ings erally were slight abnormally and maximum high ye read!'teriay -1 __ ________________n ---- .----- ._-- -

the brow is made more difficult on account present only about 350 m.onkeys made a 100 percent record while in the Dakota Rapid City rsioiw'eiseI

ofconditioning, but those labor- can be handled each month but it is hopedto practicing with the heavy guns. S. D., reporting 106 degrees ........................................................ .............
which is the highest ever recorded -
ing in the sun do not find it hard to ob- increase the facilities very greatly in Archie Chapman, former pas- at thai station.G. .. ..

serve the Biblical injunction.One the immediate future. Health department tor of the First Baptist church in S. KENNEDY..

agents in India have agreed to supply 500 Key West, who left here about Officer in Charge. I
seven years ago to enter the real ; NEEDS: !
of the reasons given why there monkeys each month for three months, estate business in Miami, arrived meeting with many of his old I

has been such an improvement in the and more later if needed. The monkeys here yesterday for a visit!' and is friends.

stock.market: is that there is a lot of idle cost $6 apiece delivered in New York and _____, r1U :
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money all over the country which has to including the cost of manufacture each I

quit loafing and earn its keep. dose of vaccine runs to about $1.75. J

Infantile paralysis is spread by virus CLOTHES

Does it follow if a person's acts are from the nose and throat of an infected NOW BIGGER SAVINGSthan 0 : IRONING :0

insane that he must be insane? That'sone person reaching the nose and throat of i HAMPERS BOARDS

for the pathologist. We know that another. After the disease has been con- 0

people do a lot of crazy things, neverthe- tracted, the vaccine derived from monkeysis ever with a new $1.35 J
$1.25up up
less we would not call them insane. of no avail and other methods of treat- k 8

.- Tnent'must be.employed. GEN RAL.ELECTRIC; ] : :
Governor Sholtz is drinking vichy


prefer the medicinal waters of French I

Lick, Ind.-our native state. But little Scientific approximations of the age i! 5' REEL /) I II 0

known, yet very effective, is the water at of the earth the solar system and the svy::Q 1935 8

Hampton Springs, Florida. star galaxy are exceedingly interesting, I II 50c 25c hI

although, because based upon certain as- : '

Irt Jacksonville this week a negro sumptions, there are wide differences. I : z0

died. That is not unusual. But a large Three principal methods are relied o

number of whites and negroes avow he upon by these speculators. One estimates 1kc1 'c StepLadders SCRUB

died of starvation ever though he was on geologic time by sedimentation. Another 1

relief. Relief officials, however, state he relies upon radioactive disintegration. .r :. PAILS :

died from overeating. How that can hap- Another is based on changes in the temperature 11 % .

pen on. relief pittance is a luaus naturae. earth. and elastic properties of the LtII s I!A $1.75 I_ :'_ 35c i iI q,

Judge Kilter, who is under investigation The age of the earth, according to l I V: a up a Rep Value 55c I I S
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for mishandling receivership cases, ii Dr. Robley D. Evans, of the Mass. Instituteof *Pf6fJucing Capacity : 5"

compelled to wait until next term of congress Technology, lies between 1,850 and 3,-

for the committee's decision whetherto 500 million years. The ages of twenty- G-E Tap Monitor Mod11s s 137e9 I ELECTRIC FANS $1.98 i z zk

recommend impeachment proceedings three iron meteorites, which came to the as bw os.. '

against him. Even if the judge is innocentof ground, some from outside our solar system I : ICE CREAM FREEZERS $1.25 :

any wrong-doing, the delay in awaitinghis ran up to 2,800 million years. These .The seslediaecl mechanism has long been to*. .

fate is severe punishment.; I estimates are based on the radioactive tat Now Us new unparalleled General Electric dependable Refrigerator performance; !-Monitor Top, IS! i

"clock.. Flstop sod Liftop-use 40% less electrical current and
double "cold producing capacity.
Sophocles said that in a just cause the The geologists, measuring the sedimentation .
weak overcome the strorg. The Ethiopians of great rivers during known 3 Years Performance Protection for only *1 a year.A i

should take courage from that wise state- periods and calculating how many yearsit pays new for General itself through Electric:its costs savings.you nothing for it act tbna I South Florida Coetracfiag & Engineering Co. 1

ment. But a military observed required to build land areas now ex-
strategist up
i i Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets j i
though most ungrammatically, that the istent, only venture to go back as far as the II

victor generally is he who gets there I Cambrian period which they say was .*

"fustest" with the "mostest", which appears about 670 million years ago. This co- THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY : ""Your home u worthy of the best" .

.to be more practical and puts to 1 incides fairly nicely with the estimate of t4 I .. .

naught another observation that "thrice is the same period according to .the'radio :....................................................................:

ae armed that hath his quarrel just." I active method. r ,.5, I :J/TII"IIIII

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.1 Great Building Activity Housing! Administration, the prediction

. READY I MADE ''lm :Today's Birthdays, Predicted For Key West I I I yesterday! made, seems by fully Mr justified McGehee,

4- CORALIE STANTON'eTxorrar I..j!i and rather conservative, it was

seen, swa TAtme opened the door. Matthew A. Dunn Pittsburgh's i (Continued from Page One) i' Mid.I .

rhont.. Lattrtt Moor 4* to locw and She exclaimed UM blind congressman\ born at Braddock avenue, the home of his father'I
A* *om .*. Aa pretend r* b. at light of him. SPORTS
married ao tot fte*** carter. "Oh! How in you look! Are you J !I pa. 49 years ago. '1 1I :State" Senator Gomez. Many a preacher is mistaken In
*ftottl4 net MOT.nca gown tk At1.ati.l -
otk _|/., .., hc..ra.a.d.a hurt?" t t I : George Park who owns! the,,believing that because the Lord
tkt frteh coat B. was tart "No _. laid i '} rode an ass frequently in Biblical
9.tn if, om- bias ITamwr*; tlitn no. Impatiently. i George S. Brown of :Md, judge j large lot at the corner of White'''i
w ,aaifc.d. LatirU It !antic,and "What' liar you heard lof the U. S. Customs Court New '. days he should make one of himself -
Mora Albrv./ atrplan. mt*./ae- I and Newton street, i il awaiting
fa", tcto employ. ..... beta. tofryfe That you crashed.! Ob. Tm sure York City born in Baltimore, f4 For instance! one in Virginia
for -ie.. "er'Jt aUo to te you're hurt! Rex your face ia grey. years ago. certain developments before starting Recently let a rattlesnake bite him
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toi e//It% Z-onri to build modern business .
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and why you can hardly ltandlf! f i"I'm in several place

Chapter 32 all righthe said ,gruffly, CARDS AND NEW 'iLOPEZ PLAYERS le..ee..eeeee.eeeee..e Edna Ferber of New York not-]i establishment!! to cost between
and strode by her Into the halL -I : $15.000 and $20,000.
DR. LATE 'ed author, born I
RIESTAT ; TOO TO at Kalamazoo,!I
had a shake up. that's alL Made a Yesterday afternoon Fred Dion
that precise moment. Rex I Mich. 48 years ago. '1 1I
forced landing. It wasn't really a I YORKERS DIVIDED0UBLEHEADER DOWN NATIONAL I 1 II representing the Southern Key
Moore was closeted with SirFaba.D I
crash. I came back In the ordinary I I Land Company. In*., sold to Eric RUSSELL'S1C1CORE
ICLASSWY Ethel Barrymore, famed actress,!i
Priest the most famous !
way without waiting to ha.. my Gwynn part of Lot 3. Square 6.|I
'oculUt ta England, who bad made alone 'plane seen to. I wanted to dodge !i GUARD OUTFIT! i born in Philadelphia, 56 years ago. I j Ii Tract 4, situated at 82G Duval'
thorough examination of the newspaper men.and rye done It. i i street The purchaser propose to
his eyes."It's I By RUSSELL KAYe.e..e.e..e.e.eee.eee. i Mrs. William Shearon of New ]!,I
The length of this speech seemed I modernize the cottage on the I

a molt unusual condition}lr. to exhaust him. He stood blankly DETROIT TIGERS ROUT SENATORS .''DIAMOND BALL CAME PLAY.I .. .'1 1I York, N paleontologist J., 45 ]years!, born.at Newark i!'[ land and use it as! a residence
I ago
Moore the doctor was caring. "It staring at her and leaning against: Los! Angeles: Twenty-one years! : Several days previous! Mr. Dion

ia, quite Impossible for me to makea the wailShe ; CLEVELAND INDIANS I I ED AT BAYVIEW PARK LAST I ago when I left this town it wasupposed : Capt. Bob Bartlett of Bngus,i I closed! the !!sale through: }I. E. Gil-
deoniie statement now.' 1 must poured out some brandy and 1 fond of four pieces of land to' -0-
VICTORIOUS OVER NIGHT RESULTS IN SCORE to be ;iN. F., noted explorer born there,
bate you under observation for a big city and had I
a brought It to him. She thought he I I'I''I Mrs. Lee Anne Stone, wife of
week or two. You say you were to-' was going to faint YANKEE AGGREGATION OF TO4 i then experienced two or three so- 60 years ago. Julius! F Stone. Jr. Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

Lily blind for more than a year?" He .gulped It down, and la A tew called booms and 1 recall! how I II 'I Albert SraMncr-: noted violinist -I:i I! This! parcel consists of Lots l.

Tea.. and was cured by Protestor moments the color came back Into I used to that the I' : 2. 3 and! 4. at the corner of Wire
: : everyone say city born 47
I Chicago:
:: :: in years! ago :
Yarlck. of his face. She did i!
San Francisco. not know that the
lap.etet r-l.....) (By JOVE) I. was overbuilt and couldn't grow South. Reynolds! and Washington l
And After that care you never shock of seeing her had unmanned NEW YORK. Aug. 15.-The The Lopez Fineral 1 Home ten''!' any more and there was nothingto I Prof. Walter S. Campbell I !Greets with 210 feet on Rey- -0-
tad a return of the blindness until him. He loved her. It was true. Itwasnt IN AND GET
1 I I
noble 115 feet Washington
street on
Louis Cardinals -
and the New j defeated the National Guards at sustain it. I ("Stanley Vestal") o' the Univ. !
yesterday. a dream. But what was the York Giants divided honors in a 'i, Then the population was around of Oklahoma author. born at :: and 115 feet on South;, RESULTS OF THE
That's right! I called It good now. when he might blind? Bayv.ew Park tart n:gbt. I I
crashing go doubleheader the world champions i 'i, a half million. Today it is! over i i I Sevry, Kans., 48 years ago. : !treet The land is surrounded by MAJOR BASEBALL
but It bad nothing to do with my Laurie was very pale. In her face j The final score TI as ;5 to 4. The 10 feet wide. It iI is
taking the nightcap. 3 to 0. The : three times that and still growing I II j I I II I i a driveway LEAGUES
-engine, or any part of the plane. I one emotion chased another-fear, score in the first game was C to Lopez boys :.re not the Red Devils I've been having a wonderful time the river and get away from the I the intention of the owner to
simply lost all relief,, doubt. How than I I I -0--
my sight of a sudden more beautiful I t
4. Paul Dean was on the mound any more now. They are the scouting! out old land marks. Hills crowd. build.
and. I suppose, my head too. 1 went she was In those moments that CIGARS, CIGARETTES: ,
for the Cards in the first contest, shirts i miles west of the city over which j I Hope I haven't bored you with 1 I I i There are a number of other
Green Waves for their
atone blind.! I revealed her woman's !, new
was lucky enough to heart and I II
assisted later on by IIeus!!'er. P. I' : I used to tramp shooting squirrelsand this connected account of my realty purchases! pending in the SOFT DRINKS
make fair soul! {
a and -white.
landing couldn't tell are green j( t'xperieneel. but it the best I offices of Different it is ETC.
Dean also came to the rescue of rabbits, are now all cluttered is agencies!!
you how. And. as It was a lonely But Rex Moore was set on his Inexorable Hallahan in the pitching staff in J i The locals."cored one run in the i up with eight-lane boulevards can do while on the move and I f said and with the proposed loansto !
spot.It was half an hour before path. He must not weaken.At I
any. the second game. j| very first frame on a walk, a wild giant apartment buildings traffic I I'll have more for you later. I.!I be secured from the Federal,I
body came near me, and by that any moment he might go blind
The Pirates won both ends of]i I pitch and a single by Albury. ; cops, and other brie-a-braeof .
and -
time become -
mr sight was coming back. So a log. He must
a doubleheader from the Phill'es. J Thev scored one more in the fifth. civilization. Where wheat fields
that nobody knows anything aboutit not forget that. Already he had '
treated tat*n't the fiift 8 to 1 and the I H. Gates singled to right stole I] and vegetable: gardens flourished
but you Sir FablaI one woman with rank In-.
quite understand' the great gratitude. He must not drag anotherone second 7 to 4. j=| second and scored on an error by : great movie production plants now
man Into his life. The Dodders straightened out'i the catcher. I irprawl and the ground owls and 1 '
reassured hIm.Of course I
hall one of the odd situations: in the In the sixth the Guards scored '! field mice have moved further out NOTE
strictly respect your confl
deuce. National League standing and 'I four runs on four singles, two to make room for the thousands eetfte
That 1s These recovered herself
mr Job. nervous ,, too. I
conditions are hardly understood glad you are safely back' wiped oat several past! defeats wild pitches and two errors. I I, of humans who stream up and mileageIII

.- he went on. with deep Interest she sale!. "Mr. Albery said on the when they !bowled: over the Cub!: In the seventh the Funeral : down the Iroad avenues and in the sharp non-eldd
in both ends of doubleheader 9 |I Homers the Sterling and out of the of buildings.
"1 bare myself had three or four telephone Just now that you had a ( won game. maze registered by theM
cases: and one almost s'mllar! to made a marvelous new record. to 5and3to2. got on base by rn error. Kerr i I Real estate! is still a flourishing THESE FOOTPRINTS --G-3.s"at the mile

yours but that patient did not follow The name Jarred on Moore's already The Boston Braves deeply entrenched -I fanned H. Gates got on base! by I I business and many new homes are Sties shown below-

a dangerous profession."I taut nerves. in the National League another error. Sawyer singled to j I I I under construction Calf lornia is proof that they're

cannot say much for a week or -You've been talking to Albery (cellar celebrated their homecoming center scoring Sterling and ending -''! experiencing one of the best sum- | still good: for many

two.: J am of the opinion that the Where Is her by winning one of their few the game. I s I I mer tourist seasons in its history AND WE CAN PROVE IT more thousands of

flat temporary blindness was "In the country. Her voice was doubleheaders of the season defeating At bat W. Ballentine and Al-i i land, these! folks out here have a mile of safety.

caused by a cranial Injury when yon cold because her heart ached so bit., I the Cincinnati Reds! 8 to 1 bury hit two safely in three tries i I knack of maknig a fuss!!! over the with actual footprint records of

crashed Into the ocean. There maybe terly. It wasn't true that he loved and 11 to 5. In the field, Blake and Albury': visitor to such an extent that be- "G-3's" driven right here in town .

some actual injury to the optic her The pennaet! -chasing Detroit played well so did Blackwell. j 4 t fore the stranger realizes it he has -local evidence of lowest cost .

aenre You said you had certain curious 'What' did he knowr Tigers went on a batting rampage Score by innings: R. H. E'I I i the fever and he buys a home or mile performance. \

sensations in New York the 'Nothing' except that you had I :! hammering thro-1 Washington Guards ...... 000 004 0-4 '7 51;1! a lot and then there is another per ,, \

other days landed somewhere In Ireland, and I pitchers for 17 hits and taking the Lopez ...__. 100 012 1-5 7 2.i ir i citizen. ,

"Yes; but I didn't take any notice. then disappeared and telephoned to I second game of the series, 18 to 2.J r Batteries: W. Ballentine and C. :j! The problem here as in Florida

1 put It down to the fuss and food I the air field. 1 knew nothing but that The Yankees: failed to overcome I I Ballentine; C. Gates and Ingra i I I is to find employment for the 71.101 .aa

<(< and speeches" you had left America. Mr. Albery I the combined Jinx of Mel Hard-I ham. ::: thousands of folks who want a BEFORE BUYING TIRES B. W.nrmeet

t Well we must be thankful that told me that. You dldn send me a cr's flinging and Lefty Gomez's!1 I j, home in the state but have nothing lsedans a

you got over safely Mr. Moore. word. I, !inability to work as a relief hurler I II I with which to sustain it While

You must tell me the truth. Sir -I behaved like the boor I am." he 1 1 I and ihe Indians; pulled out a 7 toG ACEVEDO BACK I: there is mach wealth in evidence see how MUCH MORE

Fabian. Do you think It might come aid shortly. apologise." victory in the ninth inning. I i[:with any Dumber o' palatial homes QUALITY the world's

4In again at any moment Ton needn't. I am sure ;yon must I A five-run attcck aganrt Ray I! FROM SANFORD there are on the other hand thousands ''
-1 can't rule out the possibility Of have been very busy.; 1 I I Phelps gave the Boston Red Sox I i' who are piti'clly poor, and largest tire-maker offers
course, you must bare been la a "Laurie1"! He looked away from a second 1 straight victory over the I --- !| unless you have employment or for prices as low as OR

state of physical and nervous exbaustlun. her."There Is something I must say. I White Sox, 7-to 1, and extended I I some means of livlihood the going; 14.94fC.II
." Before I left the other day-I had t tl e Chicagoan's dismal August I Armando Acevedo, Key West is tough. LOWER than any. ;

-I don't want comfort; I want the no business to BaY such things to i showing to one victory a tie and shortstop and crack second baseman | Living costs! are higher here Ft.Isle Mall.Avnve.. Uw F

naked truth" yiu. Can ;you forgive men i 12 defeats. i who left last! ; Friday to join! than in Florida. Meals in safes Remember, Detective

"I have told you I must reserve Laurie went cold. Angry humlll- I Jimmy Foxx's big b"t: and three I II i the Sanford baseball club of the![ and restaurants are more expensive Faurot's great investigation -

my opinion for a little while. ated beyond belief,, she could have I faltering St. Louis pitchers told the Central Florida League, returned'I than found in establishments

"You think I might go blind alto- raged at him. She wanted to. But story of Ph:?'a,lelphia's 8 to 2 vic-I I to Key West! over the Eat Coast of a similar character or rating in showed the sensa

jietherrIt she said in a perfectly natural tory over the Browns." Foxx hit his I today. our cities. Then the three percent tional Goodyear "G-3"

is possible." voice: twenty-fir t and twenty-second Asked why he returned he told sales! tax cuts some figure. You I' iLL.

But must try the Pacific flight. '"I said we were mad. Of course, home runs of the season. The Citizen that things were not!! meet it at e-ery turn and you needa All-Weather is delivering

rye nearly made my preparations.Can you didn't mean It.- The summaries follow: I so good with the team, that following -t pocketful!! of pennies to satisfythe Y than43a1 j'r! s.
you do anything to help me "It was a mistake." AMERICAN LEAGUE an argument he, the manager ever onttretchm hand of ( rQmore wat.ontuMai.Mercb..t

hold out a bit longer-a few weeks "I know" She repeated "1 said At Chicago R. II. F. and five other players were dis-' the tax gatherer but most folks ,- LONGER NON-

event we were mad. Boston ...........m..wm..... 7 10 0 !charged. He was accompanied by take it as a matter of course. I SKID MILEAGE

"You feel as I do. then-It was Chicago ..........._............ 171 : !ofr!!. Acevedo and their baby I j questioned merchants and shop a. extra coati
... I a
HE. a pathetic figure, this tall that we were carried away? You Batteries Ostermwellsr and R. | keepers as to the reaction of the

young man with the lean-Jawed were feeling kind to me because I Fen-ell; Phelps! Watt and Shea. i public to the tax and was informed I

lace and the angry month begging was going off on the flight and you -- LEAGUE STANDINGS:I: that while a few persons objected -

in a harsh the whisper for what perhaps had an Idea it might be dangerous At St. Louis: R. II. E.i I J a, s when it first was put into

Ten world could: greatest not do.eye doctor In the 'Yes. It must have been that. Itdoeln't Philadelphia ........,........_ 8 12 2 1* effect now one seldom hears a s.17.500.5.a.. sdme.Rdi.Ne .

-I matter. We need not talk St. Louis _.__.___ 293 AMERICAN LEAGUE complaint and most people seem L.uedryFt.
will do everything I can. As about it. Now that you're back wean Batteries Wilder:: Mahaffey; Club- W. L. Pct..''to feel that it is the easiest form wattS.Tee.

your .attack I have of a good yesterday deal of was hope soalight. carry out our plans, as we always and Berry; Andrews. Walkup j. Detroit .._.....-__..,__ 67 Z8 .638 of taxation to pay and the most

-. Intended to. If you thlnk-- Thomas and Heath ''i New York ..._._...... 60 43 .583 :; equitable.
must do the Pacific
tered Rex Moore ftlghtmute. liar voice took on a sharp note of I i I Boston!! ..... ...---.-....- 56 49 .533 !!i There is a feeling, however that
is an unreal Inspired \
hallenge-"If you think that I have Cleveland __.. 52 52 .500 I II i with the revenue produced for the
voice. 1 must do it. After debt." At Detroit R. H. E. m &YOU CAN
that-I don't c&rel-! paid my I I i I Chicago .................. 42 49 .462 j state through the sales tax all
: He gave a harsh laugh. Washington .._.._..__ 2 10 2
.. other forms of taxes should be
Philadelphia .. ._. 45 54 .455
His handgrip as be took leave of "Xow it's your turn to rub It In! Detroit __......,-..18 17 0 I i ,
Sir Washington ......._. 45 60 .429 eliminated especially! ad-valorem 11.W4Doctor .a.s
Fabian was as strong as a mad Batteries Ncnsom. Haves- and
You're than ,
man'.. And there more paid your debt St LouIs ................ 35 67 .343 tax. and an effort made to enforce L IN THESE PRICES HooptMl UOMSou
was a kind of Ills whole being was In a turmoILlie Bolton; Rowe rnd: Cochranc. l' s I Columbus,Oslo
t greater in govern-
1 i economy +
madness In his mind he
as remem- loved her with the whole _
bered suddenly that he must'go and strength of his manhood. But- NATIONAL LEAGUE ,ment. Here's genuine A value made
face Laurie. At Cleveland R. H. E. I Cluh- W. I.. d. Transportation lines trains and WITH A WITH

The bottom of his blindness! The terror that might lie New York ..............._.._.. 6 10 3 New Yorl: ...,._....... 68 39 ..6J6lSt. : buses are doing an excellent business Goodyearqualipossible only by A
dropped out. If the earth bad had before him through the long years. Cleveland ...*.____..__ 7 8 1 Louis ..._.._.._. 6-1 41 .610 and thousands are taking ad- LIBERALTRADEIK ty in the world's millionsofsales.Goodyear LIBERAL ..-,.
as actually lie did know. lIe did -
given way beneath his feet. not not know I Brtten"3: ; Tamnlia. Malone Go-'. Chicago, .................. 67 45 .598 vantage of the low tourist rates to firstchoiceeconomy -built TRADE-IN

He was dated as he drove throughthe yet.He mez and Dickey; Harder and 't Pittsburgh ..-,........ 61 51 .545 the coast. A great number of motorists ? tire. and guaranteed .
forced himself Into
streets towards Chelsea, his will was forged Into steel throughthe Brenzel. Brooklyn .. -........... 50 57 .467 i are making the trip in their Built of tough, -with all quality ALLOWANCE
haversack and Philadelphia ...... 48 60 .444 own cars this summer and on several CJ.new rubber-
his flying coat and 30x3 features
constant companionship! of dan j I I II f % 3 x3HCL ss.Mmg.'
helmet on the seat beside him. He NATIONAL LEAGUE I Cincinnati .... ........ 47 63 .427,[ occasions! we found it with center.thick y a a .

seemed to bang in ger."Laurie First Game Boston ............ ..... 29 78 .271' sary to travel many miles in 25 traction safety
space.He ,be frank with me! Do you i nece8-1 tread
Buffered the pangs of bell as At New York R. H. E. !I to find a camp with a $5' tread Super- Super4Z.2:
want to stick by me, so that I can
be pictured himself in darkness St. Louis ...._...m__......_ 481 I A Michigan roar who disappear-j I tage or cabin. Unless you twist blowout twist ,
carry on my Job? Or do you want the
again. The agony yesterday bad almost truth to come out-that we've been New York ...?............._. 6 7 0 led some! time ago has been loea'ndl j your accommodations early in the J protection in inforced -

driven him mad. And then the fooling everybody ever since I came Batteries: P. Dean. Her and i in Hollywood with his mind blank., evening you are very apt to find 440-21 eJ'er'pJy.Flnest walls-all new 4.40-21

blessed-relief,'when the black world back? You said you hated me the Davis; Hubbell and Mancuso. -Pre'ss Report. The importa"ce'1 II all the better camps sold out when $ 05 tire built for the rubber a 2.
turned slowly grey. If he went blind. 'of securing a press agent cannot' you arrive. derful "
other night when I left. I dOD'tblame I 6:..... money. won$5= e
This condition existed not
nolyin --
a bird that would never unfold Its you. Was that the real truth? Second Game be understre -ed. We saw a pic-,(

wings again a blinded eagle Far Do you hate me so much that you'd I At New York R. JL E. : ture. just last night that fellow.;, California, but all along the PATHFINDER SPEEDWAY

better death. be glad to bring the pack down on St Louis ..............-.*-.... .. 3S 0 t played in. route. Texas, New Mexico and 4.50-21 4-50-21

There was indeed madness in his me! To see me found outs New York ......._..._.._. 0 10 3 Arizona towns are all profitingfrom tarter_ *it; '';j ....' ; .7e
mlnO. as hi absently answered theporter's (coayripat use Corolfe fita t coast and most of provide
strafd and half-scared
and Delancey; Castleman and Man-
greetU( *. 4Dd went up to the flat. tom Laurie rrow.TODAY'S.ane 'ta make decisions, cuso. excellent accommodations at modest DOIBL-E AS LOW AS
Second Game 'i rates. It w really surprising 4.751 GUARANTEE 4.75-1'

-- -- At Brooklyn It. H. E.I)|how economically one can travel $ e5
in writing against road .
.......e.e.Ne..eeeeeeeToday First Came Chicago ..,.._..___.__ 280 today cheaper, almost than to re- $7.05
GAMES II At Philadelphia R. H. E. Brooklyn _._._ 3 6 1Batteries main at home injuries and defects U- 80 C

In History I Pittsburgh ..._._....._ 8 13 1i : Carleton. Henahaw)I At Long Beach I found a Florida -

AMERICAN LEAGUE ...... .._ 190
........................ I I Philadelphia .m. and O'Dea; Leonard Vance and J.., Cracker boy managing the
Boston at Chicago. : Batteries: Swift and Padden; Taylor. j Robinson Hotel-a delightfully DON'T BE FOOLED Irytrick discouaafrospadded 1
1" 0 John Carroll of Baltimore Philadelphia at St. Louis. tires until yea
I I C. Davis and Todd. price lista. Buy no
I the
located establishment
on ocean
Washington at Detroit. J see bow much mere quality Goodyear tires you for the same money WEEIor
priest, aged 55, consecrated I I -
First Gam j jAt I front. We spent a couple of days teat
in England: first Romar New York at Cleveland. I I Second Game Boton' R. H. E. with him and found him eager for

Catholic bishop in the United I, At Philadelphia R. H. E. Cincinnati ___.._... -181 word from Florida He is stOl
NATIONAL LEAGUS Above are cash: prices and subject to change without avtice. State sales tax additional.
States. Pittsburgh 7 12 3 Boston .._-_... ..- .._ 8 12 0 loyal to the state and while he is
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Philadelphia 4 12 31 Batteries: Johnson and Camp- doing splendidly ia California he
Batteries: Birkofer;Weaver bell; Frmnkhouse and Mueller. rays he would rather have a little
1812 Chicago's/ first! white settlers Chicago .t Brooklyn." Grace; Jorgens and Todd. i hotel in Florida than anything COLONIAL SERVICE STATION
St. Louis at New York.
evacuating Fort Dearborn Second Came else. He is looking forward eagerly -

during second war with England 1. per in California "The Californi- First Cant At Boston R. H. &J to a vacation this fall and says CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.

mbusbod and massacred by In-I jan," tegan issue at Mon ..reyI At Brooklyn P.. H. E. Cincinnati _._______ 5 8 Ol all he wants to do is jump in his Colonial Hotel Bld.:. on Fleming Street

(tiaus. 'I Chicago ._ ..._'CSS Boston _..._......11 15 0 I car and drive to Jasper his old

I 1914! -Panama Canal officially Brooklyn _.---...._._ 9 18 2 Batteries: Frey, Brennan and|home town where he an loll,

184$-First American newspa- <:;cr-oiied. .o commerce.. Batteries: Lee. French _Boot Lombard; Macfaydeo and Sj Ohl i. around u the sun and camp up

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PAGE FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN:; .. . __ .:. _= u _. u_ : -:.. : _ _

SCOUT TROOPS Today's NINE MARRIAGE I II I HUB STORE TO i less at extremely of cost low prices regard PALACETim

I Mr. Mendell telieve that this
: :-: SOCIETY :-: TO VISIT HERE Anniversarieseeeeeeeeeeeaeaeeeeee I LICENSES ISSUED PUT ON SALE ale will attract hundreds of customers i[ THE MAN FROM McCoy GUNTOWN in
who are looking for real
............-----------..................------,-- ONAUGUST 24 .... I bargains in these lines. j Miracle Rider. Serial and
1754-Benjamin Hawkins Gen. f I Sales at The Hub have always; Comedy
Junior Club To \Announccment fI Nine marriage licenses issued Big August Clearance Sale is
I\ W Ulhington's French interpreter I "were -; : :\ popular with the women :' Matinee 5-IOc; Nights 10-15
Meet Tomorrow I Of Engagement North Carolina senator Indian during the first half of the!|f scheduled to start at The Hub proven
I of Key West and this one. Mr. I
I I MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONSFROM agent beloved by them born in month of August from the officeof i 1 i Store tomorrow morning at 8:30
Mendell claims will be the most i
Bridge and Michigan will be:' Friends of the A. P. Jerguson ST. PETERSBURG AND Warren Co., N. C. Died June 6, Judge Hugh Gunn, three i i'I fharp. A large crowd of thrifty j Special Price on I
the- interesting games played at]I family have received an an- 1818. 'of which were issued thisweek., Choppers w expected to be attracted popular. j; PERMANENT WAVES
the social meeting of the Juniorl'nouncement of the engagement of TAMPA WILL GO TO HA. 'I These last issues 'mere to:
I by the many bargains oCferedtoday's
Jt5 OU
,Woman's Club to be held 5 o'clock their daughter. Miss Ruby Jerguson VANAA 1761-Edward Preble noted I I Samuel Thompson and Florence j ONLY ) .
tomorrow afternoon in the home,, to David B. Colley of Miami naval commander of Revolutionary :Ambrister; Gerald Oliver Roberts ;Jin' half-page advertisementand KEY WESTCOLONIAL KITTY SANCHEZ
of the Key West Woman's Club i the wedding to be solemnized days and the early days of the i and Matilda Carey; Frank be present when doors open tojjnorrow -!! HOTEL Griffin and Labrada'
on. Division street. j I in Miami in September. navy born at Portland Maine.I,McCaskill and Mildred M.\ Samp morning. I Barber
All members are expected to J 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jerguson, former number of Boy Scouts fromSt. Died there Aug. 25, 1807. :son. j I The Hub is now an exclusive; In the Center .f the Businessand Shop

attend and there will be a few invited -I residents of Key West moved Petersburg and Tampa will I I i I Ii I''Jadies store and carries a complete Theater District i
guests. Hostesses will be!with their family some years ago spend at least part of Saturday 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte. English author. born. Died Dec.;: .
I stock of ladies wearing BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Mrs. George Gomez Mrs. Neil'to Miami and have since that time Prance's soldier-Emperor born.I 18. 1859. i t ap- First Cla**-Fireproof-
Knowles and Miss Louisa De- made their home at 828 N. W. August 24, in Key West it was Died May 5, 1821. I pare!, shoes and Household goods. SantibU Rata I FUNERAL HOME
I laney. 29th Terrace. Formal announce- announced this morning. j I I 1791-Duff Green restless! and i i This store is stocked with a complete -t i Serving Key West
ment of the engagement of Miss John B. Hackney in charge of 1771-Sir Walter Scott famed I active newspaper? owner-editor industrial I, line of the smartest summer: COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Half Century
Dinner For Ruby was made recently at a troops in Tampa and Gilbert English novelist-poet born. Died j' promoter of the country 1'Crocks personally chosen by Mr. 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
Party I party given in the home. Bush in charge of troops in St. !Sept 21, 1832. I'confidential Government envoy. Mendell while recently in New Carat Elevator Licensed Embalmer
Mrs. Spottswood born in Woodford Co., Ky. Died York. As shown in the advertise- Popular Price Phone 135 Night 696-\
.- {Arrange DanceAt Petersburg were in Key West 1 1785-Thomas De Quincey,j j I I>at Dalton Ga., June 10, 1875. .I merit all dresses are to go on sale 1 i

A delightful dinner party was yesterday mating plans for en- .
------ -- -- -- -
given last night by M. E. Gilfond.T\t Cuban Club tertaining the scouts when they

district administrator of the' come here. Members of the Key

Works Progress Administration'I An Odd Penny Dance will be ,West Junior Patrol will act as
complimenting Mrs.\ Robert Spotts- held tomorrow evening starting at
host and hostesses to the visi- .,; ,'' --R+-- -
; .
wood on her birthday anniversary. 9 o'clock at the Cuban Club on .:
Others besides the guest of Duval street. tors.The
Vionor include Mr. Spottswood I The affair is being sponsored< group from the west coastof ay

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bainbridge I I by the members of John Pritch- Florida will arrive on the S.
ard's orchestra who will furnishan
;Janice Maloney Lewis George
: S. Cuba.of the P. and 0., at 9 a.
Mills White. Miss Julia Jones excellent program of the latest
William Hoffman,' and Miss Mary dance tunes. A large attendanceis i nu, and will spend at the minimumthe

Morgan. anticipated. time between arrival of the e
:IToIlowing the dinner which was boat and the departure for Ha.. C.
at Mr. Gilfond's residence in the To Entertain At ,vana. The scouts may stay; I
Naval Station the guests and I longer and in any event will stopover ;
host! went to the ball given at the I Dinner Party i here on their return from ia I
Country Club in honor of officers the Cuban capital the two direc-
'of the Florida National Guard. I Mr. and Mrs.:Jerry Trevor, of tors said yesterday.
1225 Division street will entertain I Plans are being made by the
Melody Hoar with a dinner party this Key West Junior Patrol for entertaining
evening at their home. the visitors extensively ATHUB
Next ThursdayThe I Among the invited guests are: I while they are in Key .West. All
Colonel and Mrs.\ M.\ R. Woodward the points of interest will be
ninth Key West Melody\' j i Lieutenant Colonel and seen, and if there is sufficient
Hour under the direction of Commodore -;. Mrs.\ J. O. SfcNamara and Major time special} entertainment will
von Mietk-Liuba H. D. and Mrs. P. L. Walla from the be provided the visitors. THE STORETHE

V., which was previously M'heCI-1 I national guard encampment.
uled to be presented CARD OF THANKSWe
was postponed as a courtesy to I i ida National Guard will be pre..
the regimental band of the Flor- Isented next Thursday night. wish to express to all of our
many friends our sincere thanks

..............................................I ;;and appreciation during the illness for their and assistance after- HUB has arranged a SPECIAL SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE in

I the death of our beloved one
PERSONAL MENTION Chas.: Berlin Russell.! We also ex which the entire stock of High Grade Summer Dresses Shoes and House-

t u....! .. ...............,i tend our thanks to Dr. II. C. ,

W. S. Smith representing the State Senator Arthur Gomez!, Galey for those being who so kind tendered and faith-the hold Goods have been. DRASTICALLY REDUCED. This store carries only
ful also
national reemployment service returned over the East Coast yes-,_ ;
who was in Key Wes yesterday terday from a' business trip to::use donors of of their the beautiful automobiles floral; the offerings Ladies' Wearing Apparel and Household Goods and during this sale you can
left in the afternoon for Miami. I j i Miami. I J

of!I I j I Insurance and Company the Peninsular for theiri Life secure the best bargains ever offered in these lines.
John and Lowe sons
Wm. R. Porter president of the' of We as-
j i prompt payment
Mrs. Virgil Lowe left yesterday First National Bank who was in I I and all their kindness will .a.
Pure one
afternoon for Miami for a visit, i
Miami on business returned on1 I II \always be remembered.
with their aunt Miss May Sands., the morning train yesterday.

East Armando a Coast visit Machin yesterday with-relatives left afternoonfor over and the:I I'I in ministration Stanley Key West Wood-with arrived artist the FERA yesterday who was ad- ,I I I augl5-ltx BETTER Respectfully.WEAR THE GLASSES FAMILY. Sale Begins Friday, Aug. 16, 8:30: A. M.---Come EarlyALL

friends in MjamLMrs. \
I I I for a visit with his many friends. I TJFFINGTON. Eng. II. W.
II Powell of this city whipped Rev.E. .
Clifton Bailey who was I
M. Hadow for going
spending a while with her son!j, Mrs. Isabel Ball who was attending -!! with Mrs., Powell but later ad- SALES CASH NO RETURNS
I and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.I summer school I inGaines-. mitted-his jeirorrapd: ,paid the minI -
Clifton Bailey Jr., and other relatives -=i villei Ga", and waS .accompanied; i ister" $100-dam ::es. .
left yesterday afternoon by'her daughter Joy, returned on
for Miami. : the Havana Special yesterday. I MONROE THEATERPat
__ I .

Telegraph Southern T. II. Pittman Bell Company Telephone manager and of Mrs.Pittman and the..,terday:Sealey from Knowles a vacation returned of yes-one I OIL O'Brien-Jean FROM CHINA THE Muir LAMPSOF in I Dresses : Dresses !

!week spent with relatives and Eilers in
I II Lee Tracy-Sally
left the highwaythis
; over
friends at Key Largo and other' CARNIVAL
morning for a vacation tour I I ----
points on the keys. Matinee Balcony lOc; OrcheiIra. -
b'y automobile to last about

weeks.., -- I i I Captain Robert Krueger. U. S. lS-20c Nights 15-2Se Now is the time to -buy 2 or 3 Dresses. Those offered >in this big event are EXCELLENT VALUESRACK

A., who was recently promoted I
Anatolia Acosta' former resident -
from the grade of first lieutenant
of Key 'West now makinghis returned on the Havana Special I Nile 9:00 Till ? NO. 1-DRESSES,.formerly sold at RACK NO. 4-DRESSES of exceptional -
in Havana Mrs. Acosta
and daughter Miss Dolores doctor yesterday from a visit to Fourthi CUBAN CLUB $1.98 to close out at ._._________._ 95c value .. .... $2.49 and d $2.95

of dental surgery in Havana,:i j,i I i: tents Corps Ga.Area headquarters in At- Music by PriUbaro" Orchestra

who were visiting relatives here, Script 49c Ladies Free RACK NO. 2-2-PIECE SUITS, Eyelet and RACK. .NO. 5-ALL OUR $7.95 and

left yesterday-for Havana. I Superintendent W. W. De- Lace Dresses, any of them __._..__.._.. $ 1.49 $6.95 DRESSES .. ...-,. ....-....___...._ $4.97

Fons Hathaway Florida Direc- meritt of the Seventh Lighthouse
tor of the Federal Housing Ad- District who left on the Tender RACK NO. 3-SILK DRESSES formerly sold RACK NO. 6-ALL OUR $10.75 and

ministration and Charles G. ?oIc..i. where Ivy several he met days and ago conferred for Miami with! Richardson's GroceryFRIDAY at $3.95 and $4.95 on sale now, only $1.9. 8 $8.95 DRESSES/-on sale ....-............. $6.97
Gehee. deputy regional directoryof
Atlanta who were in Key H. L Beck of the Sixth District I AND SATURDAY
West business, left returned over the East Coast I RACK NO. 7-ALL OUR $14.95 DRESSES, August Clearance
yesterday on
in the afternoon for Miami. I yesterday. : r I price __......... ..-....---.. .---.,

Ib 25 He
In the personal column of the,
Maxwell House Coffee Ib 31c
Baler Eagle of Builer. Pa.. Aug.; Bliss Coffee Ib 25eKaffa
12, mention is made of the ar-'' ARCHER'SGROCERY Haac. Ib 1 49c

rival on August 11 of Joseph Sugar 5 Ib*. 27e CHILDREN'S DRESSES guaranteed fast colors; SCALLOPED PILLOW CASES, to match
I'eacon of Key 'West who is Magnolia Milk, lie 50c 22c
upending his vacation with Mr. Cream 6 cans can._ 38c and 41c sale I price ., _..__ sh'eets._ .. ..._... .. ._...___
and Mrs. G. W. Griffis of Morton \ "The Store That Serve Tomatoes can 5c I Ii i
Avenue. He will visit Canada You Beat"CONFIDENCE ,,
Salt 3 pVf I0c
81x90, Town-Talk Brand no seam,
and other points before returning Jelly 3-lb box>> 24e CHILDREN'S ORGANDIE DRESSES an exceptional value and 55
j The inseparable relations between Pears, 2 W size ca. 20c a beautiful little dress only ,._...J.---- -.- Cat
this store and the pub- Peaches 2J size can ___ 17c 690 C.
I Bean, 6 28c only --- --.-- -- .
home..MALARIA Baked
lic is held intact by that mys- can WINDOW CURTAINS, a marvelous value
tic word "CONFIDENCE. Ovaltine small 35c 43c
I Oraltine. large 6Sc pair __
pride ourselves upon the fact I Prune. 234'.i_ ca. .___ 22c WASH DRESSES regular $1.00 seller guaranteed

Relief that our customers are per I Ivory Flake, 3 pkf*. 25c fast .. .. .-....... 50c
Speedy of Chill I' manent ones and that we have I Potatoes, 10 Ib*. 25c I colors on sale --.------ RAYON BED SPREADS 81x105 all

and FeverDon't their friendship and confidenceby Roe Milk, 5 can 49c !, colors _____.._ $1.15
continual square dealing in Onion. 2 Ib*. I3c '
let Malaria tear you apart with every way. Lot No. 1-LADIES' SHOES odds and ends, to '
its I RI.,., 3 pkf 23e I' -f i\f\ '
racking chills and burning f Trustto
e er.
no home-made or mere makeshift rem \1 1 We Welcome Responsible f I'; SanI-FIub.! ea.. 23c close out, pair __L ___ 3)) BHD SPREAD SETS pieces bargain $4 39
edies. Take the medicine Accounts 6 bar 34c
prepared espe Ivory Soap >> at .-.-.--..- .
ciaDy for Malaria-Grove's Tasteless Eddy'* Starch. 6 for 25c I -
All Competition met with
Chill- Tonic. Low Prices and High Quality. I Lux Flakes 2 pkf*. .r 19c Lot No. 2=LADIES SHOES not all sizes ( .
GroTasteksa Chin Tonic gives real I |
Lux Sap 3 bars- 19c $1.49 BED SPREADS, real I good quality,
relief from Malaria because it's a scientific ONE STOP SERVICE I I bar I to go at pair ___ : $1 88
3 19c .
combination of tasteless quinine and i : Life Buoy Soap on sale __..._.__.._... .
tonic iron.The quinine kills the Malarial ;I Order All Your Food Need I, Palm Olive Soap. oar* 14 I
infection hi the blood. The iron builds Toronto U* : Octafan Soap, 5 fear* 23e :
up the system and helps fortify against __ 29e Lot No. 3-LADIES' SHOES all our better
Lard. 2 lbs. PILLOW CASES fine
.{further attack. At the first sign of any Dressed Poultry $1 95
doze 43c Shoes pair _.... ._ .. .
Fresh 22c
Eggs .
attack of Malaria tale Gro\e's TasteJe.sChiD ------ -
I Fish Turtle I I ._.. -r value ....... ___
Tonic. Better still take it regularly j Siam Rice. 5 Ib*
during the Malaria season to ward off Fruits Vegetables I'I Jello. 3 pl.... ----- 20c "i"

the b absolutely disease.Grove's harmless Tasteless and tastes Chill Tonic good. I: Dairy Meat Product I .Crab>> Meat can _. ._.. 33c SCALLOPED SHEETS 81x90, no seam 88c ORNAMENTAL COVERS, 5 piece Set. -

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now no starch at Lf 39
I Pia... 67 Free Delivery. I Phone. 653-R Free Delivery ---- A C
comes in two sizes, SOc and $1. The $1 I I
sire contains lY times as much as the SOc [ 814 Flaming Streett Eaton and Elizabeth Street
size and Rives you 2S% more for your 1 -- -- .-- .
money.Get bottle today at any drugstore.




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