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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Aisoclated: : Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire thftt I ;be.-: : i{ep-.. W" tst Citizen


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Roosevelt Inner Girders' Wager Hoover i British Defer Plane Tests Meets Death In Plane .1 Famous Actor Comedian And

Will Make Race For Presidency In 1936 I- For Transatlantic Airmail Noted Aviator Meet Death


G. 0. P. -Split Seen As J DAYS OF WEST POINTERS AT DENNING NATIONAL GUARD Considerable-Money Has i I Near Point Barrow, AlaskaBODIES

Ex-President Jumps In- CRAMMED FROM :'HELL CATS' TO TAPS UNITS PAID OFFAFTERNOON I Been Expended In Development -

to Spotlight In Republican -' THIS l Of Mail Composite -:; RECOVERED WITH COAST GUARD; INSTRUCTED -


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-A West Pointer may admit that MORNING IN )
Chirr .f ".r.... Tae Am.rltr4 I' Ill,. AwMvlaten'' Pr.... ) ,
..,.... "...1...... life at Fort Benning follow the i PREPARATION TO LEAVE I LONDON Aug. 16.-.artd.1a: 1 GROUND

The public and private activities STEAMER DUE TO t W
military routine but_ he will never I I CITY TOMORROW NIGHT I government tests for Inaitgttra.<.

of Mr. Herbert Hoover are COME IN TO PORTER II,i 1.*J (B,. AMrla admit it i i. uninteresting* .Everyday lion of a North Atlantic'air nice :-.
causing more oicnsion among DOCK AT 5 O'CLOCK I i I SEATTLE, Aug. Headquarters of the Alaska

is different. There is one day which is always ,, will be launched i in the sums', WILL ROGER.S : Telegraph System operated by the United States Signal
the politician than almost I I
any I j ji -- -
,. At 5:15 a. m. the "hell .cats,": a pleasant day in the lives I| i 1er of 1936 with a new type of' ---I Corps, advised today that Will Rogers, noted humorist,
other feature of the national Steamship Granada of the the i II I I VOCALISTS TO BE : and Wiley Post famed aviator killed
as cadets call the reveille machine "mail 1 were when their
( I of men, in whatever walk of life called a composite"plane
political tcene. Standard Fruit and Steamship field music of drums and bugles, plane crashed fifteen miles south of Point Barrow, the
i ,, their lots may be cast and that, | it i i. predicted by well-in-1 HEARD AT BAND I
Whether' or not it i i. indicativeof company, is due in port this aft I burst into "You're in the Army I' northernmost tip of Alaska.
"_ is payday and that is why of-j!; formed source here. Captain Frank Stoner of the signal
their actual expectation,I i j Now, and "Can't Get 'Em Up, I corps.
: ernoon 5 o'clock, with 40 tourists CONCERT TONIGHTMANY
1 j r until the West Pointers are completely ficers and men of the 265th: Regiment :; -j!|I Regular service may be expect the Associated Press that Sergeant Stanley R. Morgan,
tome of those in the inner Roosevelt i ied .1
1 passengers. I, dressed! and downstairs Florida National Guard are within three year. This may! operator at Barrow:, recovered the bodies of the pair who

circle at Washington have 1i The ship will remain in port un-t{ outside of barracks formed in an =, ; EXCELHiNT; NUMBERS were on an aerial vacation in Alaska.
i all smiles this afternoon. seem a long time but it i i. the
been offering even money or bet' til about midnight giving the passengers -I orderly rank with the company j i I I The bodies were brought to Barrow and cared for by
ter that the former President will an opportunity of enjoying -I cadet officers calling the roIL:' Colonel J. H. Spangler. state' ; most optimistic prediction ven.j I i Dr. Henry W. Greist, medical missionary Captain Stoner
tours of the inland The next 25; minutes is in and United States ED UNDER DIRECTION OF
sightseeing spent quartermaster
i lured those
' !I' by in position to i iI said he advised the families of Rogers and Post of the
I be nominated by the Republican'i and the entertainment provided 'washing, shaving (yes, every day disbursing and property officer,: 'i CAESAR LA MONACA i x
1 tragedy.The.
know the status of negotiation
Among the Republicans them I:! by the committee from the FERA I j in the army), making your bed arrived today from St. Augustine,I I *I I ,
'i and others. sweeping out share of the plane was en route from Fairbanks to Barrowat
distinct this! your and immediately after the midday -. now under way between the gov-j
selves a cleavage 1
on the the Granada i and down to breakfast, the time of the accident. The
During evening room Three V3ca'ist3! listed : plane was equipped with
;| meal started to pay off the | ; arc by
subject grows more apparent con i will take on oil, water and supplies neat, spit and span. : eminent and Imperial Aiiwways.i '
, I regiment. 'I II I Conductor Caesar LaMonaca on pontoons for alighting on the water.
stantly. There have been some': at the Porter Dock Company and 'Soupy Soupy Soupy' j JI '1 I close i'i i Considerable money already'has the program for the concert of! They left Fairbanks in the interior of Alaska last
Today also brings: to a !
at sailing time leave for Frontera,
warm private arguments between I There ii no monotony to this' I' =the 265th, Regiment Band to startat I
Mexico. there ,actual training. activities of the been,pent' ,in developing t.hemail.II' 7:301o'eloc'. : night for a 500-mile flight to Barrow. Tundra Land, southof
those who think Mr.\ Hoover has: uoTt: time to think about it.I I this; evening at the

Jhe best : And when cadets answer the old 1]', chemical warfare demonstration ,'which surrounds this work a few1I of the Florida National.
nomination, and those who think LIGHTTENDER was a I enough for a plane of this type to make a safe landing,

that for the good of the party he!'II i! call that's of what"soup the; bugle soupy,says soupy"for!j: in which all units en'; have details been regarding confirmed the by machine'reliable':' Guard.First of these will be Myrle I and while no details of the crash were received, it is as-

should announce >at once that he I GOES TO TAMPA, mess call-they face a good meal'gaged. Later there was federal:: sources. It is a small two-engined Woodward, whose numbers will be I sumed the plane came down on frozen ground.
will not be a candidate. muster! then field day exercises,!:i for wing Schubert's Serenade and
i I varied and something a man cans machine designed heavy as an Barrow, northernmost white settlement in America,
His Chicago statement, challenging -I J JI "fight on" until noon. j II i payment of troops and at 4:45: loading. | encore, "Trees." Janice Lewis
II has of several hundred natives and about
the Democrats to say exactly -| this afternoon dress Unable to take off its "illl'in the solo L'Amour a a
I IVY IS RETURNING TO KEY:: While they're at Benning, the regimental on own soirano j
what they want to do about::! I II' cadets entruck at.7:40 for the' parade and! guard mounting. ': power, this plane is to be loadedon Toujours L'Amour. George Mills dozen whites, including the signal corps operator, his

changing the constitution has' WEST FROM WORK IN !I demonstration fields and firing::1!! Directly after reveille tomorrow : a large machine and "dumped",,-White will sing; : the tenor solo wife;!''child, Dr. Greist: his family and nurses" in a Presbyterian -
greatly enlivened the argument.It .)1 I'' I ranges, to start the day by morning all units will,: break' in the air' at an adequate alti-!':"Knsmiri! Love Song."
was interpreted almost, universally .. MiAMI' HARBOR- o'clock. But that is normal- i camp and load equipment Afterward -:!tude. I The instrumental soloist will be hospital.
as the nearest he has!:i t West Pointers'start every day by 1! there will be policing of the i ThuS. is expected be solved'! Jimmy Aurtin saxophone: artist. From Point Barrow, SergeantMorgan: sent the fof-
come thus far to actually bidding: i entire '' thus' 'His will 1 be the waltz
I 8 o'clock. Each day they go to a. camp and occupied areas. the great' problem which has offerings lowing message:
for leadership; in 1936. Lighthouse Tender Poinciana: different range and see different I II ,|finishing of reports and everything -' far made a transatlantic: service' "Vantie". and the fox trot """I
"Post crashed fifteen miles
'I t : and Rogers sou I h of here
Hoover A Symbol sailed yesterday for Tampa Bay i I problems. Who could be bored]I : gotten in readiness for entraining -, impossible-the problem of bal Saw Stars. ,
This is interesting for a reason!I I with .75mm. fire one day, maI -'I I 9 o'clock in the eveningat ancing costs with a "pay-load." The complete program follows: five o'clock last night Have recovered bodies and placed

which goes far beyond the personal -I and will, upon arrival negtn: a:I I chine gun barrage the next, not''!! the F. E. C. terminals for the i:| American Line Interested March. "The U. S. Field Artil- them in care of Dr. Greist. Standing by on anchorage
fortunes of Mr. Hoover or! to mention armored car attacks'i return home. <''Ii I It is admitted: that bigger planes J lery"-Soua. "
1 schedule of activity in that sec: i' I hourly.
any other individuaL j i I ,I and fire power displays 'I i iI must be built for passenger serv-j Descriptive. "The Only Tune the
That the Republicans will take; tion. At the conclusion of this i :J I Twelve o'clock sharp and back ,,I TWO 1! kL I Band Could t Play! Was Auld Lang: At Ponca City, Okla., Mrs. Pst was prostrated with

the conservative! side of the load 1:i| work the tender will leave for'I into the .{trucks, down the road to OFFICIALS !I I! Another summer has brought Srne"-AI Haves. I grief when advised of her husband's death. She first

next year-that is, that they will Cedar Keys, repairing! replacing! the barracks, where the'cadets are J the usual flood of announcements'II Popular Fox Trot. "Take a I be more conservative than the:I living in the regular enlisted men's ARRIVE IN CITYROBINEAU !F I of various companies planning Ion From the Lark" I
Democrats--now is taken for:| and painting aids to navigation en i I barracks so they'll understand; real ;!I Is I :|such services within anywhere Vocal Solo by M. Wodoward. but returned from Seattle for an operation.

gi anted. The prime question is:'i route. I II I II ermy conditions. "Soup's on" ;s:I --- I II !'[from a few weeks to a few I Schubert's. Serenade and "Tree" Mrs. Rogers, widow of the famous actor-comedian,

the question of degree; just how| Tender Ivy which was engaged again, then the recreational\ facilities -I"I t t tmonths.. But British experts and Grand Selection from "The was at Showhegan, Me., where she joined her daughter
far should the swing to con-!tin I buoy work in Miami haibor, n of this spacious army ,, post- AND MOOTY PLAN. foreign observers agree that hemian Girl Balfc. no-I
feervatibin go! j I returning tt Key" West a"d i* tt- Decked out in snappy white|( sum-j TO' ENJOY FISHING IN j I I Il I perial Airways. because it 1m-I'! Popular Fox Trot "My Hat'sOn I Mary, 19, Tuesday. Her son, James, planned to Join his

There are those who believe it: day in Hawk Channel working: on mer uniforms-their uw ite5" : government backing and the PanI -;t the Side ofljty, Head. ,, mother and sister Monday.
would be suicidal to go too far;1|aids. The ve!' el is expected; toi you'll hear them, say-they depart!l '" LOCAL WATERS ,I i American Airways because it has!, Soprano Solo by Janice IA''iS.1, Mary Rogers was in rehearsal with Lakewood Sum
that the days when the country!i be in port tonight: or tomorrow j for swimming golf or tennis., :,-a binding agreement with the! ",:Amour Toujours -'. : I
--- Theater when word of her father's death
::t"orning.I I I I Love vl'rl.stimrFriml.: mer
will follow the policies of the Old' About 6 o'clock they gather'at: I British company will be the joint (
Guard are gone forever. On the!I barracks again, tanned, and relaxed S., ,P. Robineau representative i'|operators when the service be- Saxophone Solo Waltz "Vanite"by came. '

other side are those who believe I MANY CHILDREN and enjoy supper-justj, :as 'in the Florida legislature from II('I comes a reality. 1 Rudy Wiedoeft. and the FoxTrot At Washington, Stephen B. Gibbon, assistant secretary

compromise and half-way measures the roldier eats it-in the cafe : Dade county and W. P. Mooty | Imperial Airways is in the ad- "I Saw Stars" by Saxophonist of the treasury, in charge of the coast guard, instructed -
would get nowhere; that the I teria-style mess. After supper.-every clerk of the criminal court of!f| vantagvous position of carrying! Jimmy Austin.
party should stand completely by! EXAMINED HERE I evening there is a "hop" record of Dade county, were arrivals -|'ion its work with the assistance i: of. Tenor Solo by George M. While the service to do any thing possible to .facilitate
the principles which kept it in 1 i I (dance to you) at the Officers I on the Havana Special this i' government. Sir Philip Cun.iliffe.Lhter. Kashmiri Love Song. transportation of the bodies.

power for so long and become: club the West Pointers immaculate 1 morning: from Miami. i t air minister revealed)I Grand Fantasy, "The Evolution - -- --,- ,. -

once more thoroughly conscrv-1'i TWENTY-ONE WERE GIVEN,, in "whites." i Mr. Robineau told The Citizenhe in the house of commons recently! of Oixie"-I..ak.. rll'llllll.l.l Born Om lad:;'. Territory
ative. rt, Taps and Mr. Mooty propose to spend that the government is actively The Star Spangled Banner.
j concertare Will Rogers was Liven the mi-
This is where Mi- .Hoover comes OBSERVATION YESVERDAY I I j I At exactly 11 o'dock-12 on i several days in Key West and pursuing! negotiations." I Those who attend the order. OF ROUND polling name o! William J'pmAdaJr
into the picture. Rightly or wrongly -! AT CLINIC 1 I!I Saturday nights--the drummer j I: brought rods and other necessary;1 I The British government has the On requested several preserve last nijrht. : Rogers but everybody called(
he Lt spoken of as typifying!! : breaks the rhythm of "ArmyClue"
the fully conservative viewpoint.1'I I --- t with a staccato beat disrupting !-!(ing. ::; main key stations along the!Sergeant admonish: the audience that it ; writer, lecturer" philosopis"actor .

So whether he is a candidate or!I Approximately half of the pa-I I rudely any romanticthoughts I.I Upon their arrival they were::two possible routes, in Newfound'! would be necessary to cease playing YORK. A.g. 16.- polo player work! traveler'
not he remains a symbol. tients examined: at the orthopedic and the cadets have 15I "met by Representative B. C. Papy,; land and Bermuda. j i if the.croad continued to interrupt I and flyer, but he went up in t the
Senator Nyc, who belongs to,I clinic: held yesterday afternoon at I,I minutes-not a second longer-f'j of Monroe county and Victor I! the Wiley Post who with Will air only) as a passenger.
the liberal wing of the party illustrated -, the ERA building was found to: "sijm in" with the "o. Moffat who will with other 1:'i CUBA BRINGS IN Roger, was killed i in an air- He was born at Oolagah, Indian
this tendency when he I have diseases which can be treated I officer of the day-in barrack I friends, entertain Mr. Robineau' I Ir piano accident yesterday aft I Territory, November 4, 1873 I, li-i'I
remarked that no matter how dissatisfied I and probably corrected. 1 about a quarter of a mile from and Mr. Mooty during their stay. PATIEMlMLOCALHOSP1TAL I he called Claremorr, Okla.. t--t

the country might be: Dr. Arthur II. Weiland who is" the "hop" floor. The day is only! 214 PASSENGERS ernoo, held the ro.ad-tlae- "home town" and he was a ''-2'\J
with the New Deal, it 15 minutes longer-the lights HAD MANY WIGS r
conducting the clinic under the go world record made with resident of Oklahoma although h-
would go back to "the. old deal of auspices of the Florida Crippled out in the long squad rooms lined I I Epent most. of his time at his. rand
the Hoover days." I .Children- Commission, and came with beds and the bugler sounds VIENNA.-George Flu=Vrin. a VESSEL Harold Catty U the Monoplane between ttev+rly Hills! end Santa
his day's last call-"taps." bal :hfOaded burglar of this city i SAILED DURING EVE- Monica, California.
Evidenc.'Of ActivitySo from Miami for the purpose of examining Wiaaie Mae, in 1931.
far possible, candidacyIs children in Key West.A was found to have 68 different! NING ENROUTE TO Gipriano Sardnia. who was a lie had Indian blow! m his vemf
as a DANCES AT 102 wigs various colors in'his home i patient in the Marine hospital, Post recently made several and'tri 4 proud of it. One of hl+
concerned. there is evidence total of 21 patients were examined I
not when arrested. TAMPA 1 1i died tl.'is morning shortly before unsuccessful to best wisecracks: was baaed upon|
Mr. Hoover has asked> anyone to during the afternoon and I j I 1I has been received attempt,
F.niXBURGH. MrsSarah noon. The body his he said that his
vote for him or set in motion any I parents of the children with remediable I ___ I Funeral reach the stratosphere and ancestry as
Vernon of this city danced the ATTENTION, L. C. EoTo i at the Pritehmid's *hn
ancestors did not come over on
organized: effort to pledge d_: le-I' diseases are to receive instructions highland fling in celebration of I Steamship Cuba of the P. and I i'Home to be prepared for interment La with Wiu Rogers was Mayflower, but they met tile host.Hi '.
further treatment. II '
gates. In the symbolical capacity, on i,
members .
her the officers and
102nd O.
I birthday. S. S. company returned yesterday education came he said b;
however the evidence of his activity of Florida Temple No. 1. Ladies\ afternoon from Havana j I I No announcement as to fun winging his way to Siberia easy stages. "I studied the four!

is! ample. BOXINGTonight FOR SALE CHEAP of Golden Eagle: :'I with 1$7 first class passengers ami eral services has been made. when yesterday' cra "-.p reader for ten years," he told an
There can be no question he | A special meeting will be held,11.1 second class for Key West; 32'i interviewer once but be was a
Several Lots Martello Towers baited the flight and
wants the convention "vin removed -
to 9:00 O'clock
at at the Golden Eagle Hall on Mon-i first and one second for Tampa.:' DEALT 13 HEARTS "kidder" on sad off the stage anal
dicate" him, adopt a platform NAVY FIELD Subdivision-Shady SideRAYMOND i day. I 10f : Irons their earthly activities -
i : August 19th at 8 p. m. the 215 passengers there were many of his boasts of being "ignor
squaring with his official acts as Auspices Americas Legion -Seems MRS. DELLIE WfllTMARSH, 96 aliens. I I! CHICAGO-Mrs. Edith R. two men, each pre- ant" could be taken with a grain

President, and nominate a candidate -I General Admission _____ 25c I X. T The Cuba sailed 6:30 o'clock;, Pearce of this city was dealt 13 .. et in his Ii... of salt.

who will not apologize for Ringside tlj,___,--,-._,50c R. LORD MRS. MAMIE RUSSELL. for Tampa with 37 passengers and I,hearts in a bridge game at a After lie left the fourth reader
the Hoover administration. Colonial Hotel Building i janglS-lt G. of Records. freight I I charity: party. .1"11.4 (Continued on Page Four)

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 16, 1933. l
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Ittp SHr st Citftcn EARNINGS OF THE R. F. C. J f t .....e........' ..........

1. Pobilsh.A Dally;;-Except. Sunday By i 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKSj.j l TODAY'S >WA.THER |Joclay In History
THE. CITIZEN PIB1.IMlINti lO, .'. When the Reconstruction .
L. Pt ARTMAN. PreaMeat Corpora- .. SCSSS.............see...
JOE'ALLEA..lataut- B..l.e.. ....S... tion started making its' loans, ,back* in the "S>TDonvHerold I 1777-Battle of Benmngton

Comer From Green TheCltlien and Ann Banding Street days of the Hoover administration there .. 1LL4essI I Temperstnret* A1bf'rta.;0.20 inches.! Showersand I Vt.-American* under Gen Stark

f Highest _._n_...._........w......189: thunderstorms have been I defeated the'Britih.1792What .
Only Dally Newspaper in Key West and Sfonro were many prophets 'Who'firmly'declared Lowest! .._ __ .82\

En.-red.m y*' Test,-Florida County.. a.. second- class matter that the loans would never be repaid. The I hit him 1 Mean ..:_..::: : :::::..:::::..::::::.. ..::?86 general from since yesterday' mor'ling'!

-F1FT\-.IXTH TEAR Government said these' critics, would lose 11'Normal Mean __..__.........84 t Illinois southward to theta is called Bostonsfirst .! ...
Gulf coast and in theater opened-ah..rti as ,
-'Member of flee Aselated Pre.. "becaU9 Rainfall western
ilrl'd !
The Aimoefated. press In exclusively- entitled to use i all its money eventually. -- ?- 'h tarn : 1 Yest ,. I and southern Florida being heavy a moral lecture in the New Exhi-
to; republication of all new dispatches-credited t. A recent report from Chairman JesseH. I' altd Unhtv rdays Precpitstton .04 m..1 I at" n!<8cola. 2 52 inches, and bition .Room as law prohibited:
It and also ; Normal ....
pr not otherwise credited In this paper Precipitation 15 Ins. : .
the local news published here'NAIIONAL Q.: \ {:/ there have also been light scattered I dramatic performance!
_ Jones presents better picture. Duringthe .... '" I;.. 'Tai. reerd. .e-* -.'* period f
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I '1\ e.di.R ut h rw.rslag. showers) in southern Texas, J
_. EDITORIAL) < ) fiscal year ending. June 30th, the R. F. 0.ft--- ... I- h,'" fJ. 'I\: Tomorrow Almanac 1'.Arkansas South Dakota wsternl! I 1812-American Detroit l'

.cA1AS50Clr'TION C. made a profit of 43288582. Money :. Pun: rises. ............ ....... 6:02 a. m.j Canada, ,and New Jersey. Tempera-: I under Cen..1lui"eiriiendereI arrison..i'\!
; : repaid the Corporation exceeded by $119- 'r Sun sets .. ..... .... ... 7-00 p. .m.1 I Ij Pture., hare fallen over the far 1 I to"British without iliring"a1.Jtngle I'
BMLHIPT10N," HATKSOn I i:Moon rises __._... 9:10 m.f .Northwest I with Greeting this r80 t
.._._..._ ... .... .. .... _tl008 062,819 the comparatively small disbursements j p. in defense1i1914Bttain's I
Tear morninsj at Edmonton Alberta
A j Moon ... ........ ..... ; I I II.
Six Month ..._. ._ ..__. ... .. . -...__, 6.00Three .and liabilities !f; sets 9:18: a mTomorrow's while elsewhere .. ( n!'"
= 2.60SPECIL Assets :were around I : chances have been .
One Month _...*.. .. .:.._.. } ...:........ ._... : .i5 four and, half blllioIl'd I I Tides j;generally] slight and maximum I : Expeditionary:
Weekly : a Uars. i A.M. 1')1.1 readings|i of 100 degree! occurred i I. lands in Fr-nce to take part
ADVERTISING RATES Of course, the R. F. C. will lose high. 11 :VI war. t y
moneyon !: in
Made known on application.NOTICE some of its loans. Any agency handlingthe I i I Low: ..:::::=..=::: ::: 5:22: 5 39 i ii' 1 land! yesterday' South Dakota.G portions. of Kansas

Barometer 8 a. m. todcji 1915-Tropical 1 !storm on Texas -
All reading notices, cards of thanks, revolutions of volume i' i S. KENNEDY
be charged for at huge of ,money it did would Sea level 29.98.WEATHR .
respect obituary notice etc will i Officer in Charge coast takes toll of hundreds
the Notices rate of for 10 entertainment cents a line by churches from which. likewise experience some bad debts especially -: J THE:EVENING."./fc4S//'HOUR' 'j I

a revenurf Is to b. derived are S cent a lineThe when some of the loans were FORECAST Oriental drama is basically religious 1918-:27th! U. S. Infantry. first
Citizen Is an open forum and Invite discus- There are more than three times a* The people are tiredhungry, hurried,
rfon of public Issues and abject of local or general I made with .the idea of "saving" the bankr .. many automobile accidents during the and maybe cross: ,'and they don't care I' (Till 8 ).-m.. Saturday) I I and social authorities U. S. contingent there, lands aniberia.
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. four whom they hit I !ny.I .
rush hours there And on winter
evening as are
ing or insurance, or some other "situa- Key West and Vicm.ty" Partly
during the four'morning rush l hour. they are driving too fast for their I. ]I .
tion." This means that we should drive headlights. Headlights are really good ..cloudy tonight and Saturday,I Ii -- --
Advertisers are the ones who gain only about 100 feet ahead. Beyond -

most by small profits on many sales.It Chairman Jones' feels that the pro- the more evening than three as we times do in the as carefully morning.in that, you are guessing. i?' 4 ;' / ; STEAMSHIP Co.
Last year 2810 people were killed byautomobiks'during i.t/l/ { .
will '
fits in the long make -
run good any Drive carefully in the morning*, but the morning rush : I \!! JJ. p. & 0 I iMAIL

losses. "When, this thing is settled up," drive three times that carefully on your hours from 6 to 10. but 10,940 were eJ, '11iU- '' f1 1 } UNITED STATES FAST
begins. to look like recovery-is beginning way home in'the evening.because then killed during the evening rush hours ROUTES FORaPORT'TAMPAHAVANA.WEST ,
he says, "in ten or fifteen years I think the statistics are all 'stacked againstyou. from 5 to-almost four time.a.many i \ 11' .
to reveal prosperity around the 1 19l
our earnings will offset our losses." according tostatistics developed by th: / INDIES
corner. The automobiles are'the same in the The, Travelers Insurance Company. \ 4 Effective March 1tlv 1935 '
evening but the people are different. Let these figures be your guide.ee.eeeeeeeeeees.eee, I ( .
:) }II.I ... Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
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A recent book is entitled "How 'to PRAISING A WOMANWe t- I I
.... ; ) : Havana; for' Key'West Thursdays and Mondays
Spend Money." It has no doubt? had a ,. ..J Ji t Leave, Key .West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays -

good sale .in:Washington. hasten to; join in the praise bee KEY .W.ESTIN I Today'sAnniversaries Partly Cloudy "SI.o-n-: ,I 6-30 P.'M."rUb I
n .U." Reservations and laforeatloa.t Ticket Of I ic. .a ti.
stowed upon a New' York social leader DAYS ,GONE.BY I probably local showers Saturday; Dock. .r ..* 71
who refused to be blackmailed and I 'gentle to moderate easterly: wind*.*! .
Huey Long is an asset to Louisiana pros.' .Happening Here Just 10 Years ....eeea.en..SCSCccsaeea Florida Pattly cloody tonif'htJ 41!ii.C03Tr.1tt...at. I '" .
with the accent on the ass. Grammaticallyand ecuted her traducers in court. Ago Today A. Taken From 1798-Mrrabeau B. Lamar Saturday local shower I ..
psychologically correct. :Mrs. George U. Harris was threatened The Files Of The Citixen { Texas soldier first Vice Presidentand Jacksonville"Ft rda; Straitstnd ---- -- ---

by two men, ,who called at her home and I recond President of the Republic rat: Gulf: Gentle to moderate. r ,

demanded' $5,000 under threat that Believing that there are many!! of Texas torn Warren easterly winds over' o'uth'Ortion'
An exchange says we don't have to they families ,in and penile variable winds .
thenorth and east; Co., 'Ga.: Died Dec. 19, 1859. overj
borrow from Peter to pay Paul any more. would publish a photograph of her in the who would come to Florida to live: north portion; weather partly We will be pleased to have:you consult! us about

We simply borrow it from Uncle Sam. nude if she refused. The photograph had if it were possible to own' an island -' 1811-Georjje Jones cofounder overcast tomtit and Saturday i t how. you can'Build
with widely scattered showers SatLjurday. .1|
home of capitalists
been manufactured by superimposing the a party 'ditor of the ,N V Times, who .

Excessive speed places, a great strainon likeness of her head on the picture of an are making some of arrangements the Submerged to develop ISIlands -( million refused dollar the Tweed Ring's five- f' .I.IS 1

an automobile and shortens its life. It unclad body.'Mrs. and others which are partly. I'' them born bribe at Poultney to stop exposing Vt. WEATHER' CONDITIONS ''tPresmrc 'Buy :
also, often, shortens the life.of the driver. Harris ,exhibited a "fine courageous submerged in this vicinity. The' Died Aug. 12, 1891. :' i ,
plan is to develop a modern is moderately low this}
spirit" which merits emulationby I Venice and the work of morning in the Plateau region,, Refinance 'our"Home 1 1

The Tampa,Tribune is runningaa can. other men and women who succumb to the : ing-the keys will begin reclaim-i* 1817-Henry W. Davis, Mary- rcuthern Rockies and Plain! I

did te':by"the; name'of; "John vDoe v for 'bla km iler's threats. this fall. land congressman, influential in States Tonc oak, Nev. and Pueblo) ,' I
Civil'War' days,' bitter opponent v>f Col.. 29.7.a inches and high'x)ver
mayor. He should win in Tampa if.he Lincoln's policies born at Annapolis. mot sections east o" the. :MI!!*IS-' modernize ,
The of
Key Largo'road, first'unit or repair or any type .
has plenty of it. WASTE rJ of the Over Sea road to the mainland Died Dec. 30, 1865. rippi River Northfield.! Vermont,!
from 30.22 inches; while another area I ,building on,insured creditTheFisLNationallBaiik
Key West, will pro-: /
1835: -James Wilson Iowa of high pressure is moving in'overjthe ;I ;
It won't be long before bably be ready by January 1, ac-)| ,. ..
now the. (Bradenton Herald) cording to Hobart Crabtree, coun- ftrmer. congresman. Secretary o, in Northwest mo'l1ton..1.!}

schools will be open to receive the'study- The concluding paragraph of a Sunday morn. ty engineer, 'who'-visited the:two"Agriculture for 16 years, born in 1
I West
starved pupils who have no idea how gooda ing'wire story said "State Senator T. G, Futch of ends of the Dade county portionof Scotland.t Died_Aug. 26, 1900. : BENJAMIN. LOPEZ i.' >! Key1 ..

thing school really is. Leesburg met' with the five Commissioners (State I under the almost project'this insurmountable'week. Working' dif-' .,1853-John D. Spreckles Cali- FUNERAL : HOME :.

Racing Commission) as attorney for the Board" ficulties ''the crews have .been' fornia capitalist and philanthrop- Serving Key' We.t : Approved Mortgage Under the
The Bureau of Standards rt, born at Charleston S. c X.'Died; I'Half' Ceatury ::1
says' that which means that the Commission has taken advantage making slow progress up to thej .,
speed takes which is not im present,, but it is believed the experimental Aug. 8, 1921. 24 Hour Ambulance Service FEDERAL;? HOUSING'ADMINISTRATION
gas so of the race law amendment that permits Licensed Embauner
portant. But, it also takes ,more lives stage is past and prog- Phone 135 ;Ncht; ti98 \1 ]1
employment of an attorney at a salary not exceeding ress from now on will be rapid. 1868-Charles M. Green way,
which is more important. ;Michigan publisher,
: newspaper
$3000 a year. Thus' another' expense is .
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born Died Dec. 1, ------ ----
in England.
added to the Commission's cost of operation I Employes of the Key West

A quick way to commit suicide and '' scavenger'department went on 1934. rlll.l. III.I'I'" .I
which means that-many fever dollars to be given strike this morning... This depart- -- J' ..'.........,...........e.e..e.e......................... .............S
get a' lot of publicity at the same time back-to the people as profits on the operation of ment, is being 'operated under' 1877-John Prindle Scott noted -/ .

would be togo to Germany and shout the their own business. And of course the plum contract by .Harry Gwynn. Them I composer of sacred music, bornat .
Nazis down-and n demanded an increase of Norwich N. Y. Died at Syracuse ... :
you'd be out. pay .
went to a member of the assembly.It N. Y. Dec. 3, 1932. .
and when refused they stopped : t: t
iFn't necessary to look beyond the Commission's work. There are 11 men in''this .EM 'mY't; DAlY' NPPIK i t
Movie picture is of Miami for a consideration of r ;
rapid. The
act in hiring itself an unneeded attorneyto department receiving each $15 1 : :
$115,000. The paid for the ::
silent, the talkie,the technicolor, and now weekly. Their demands stipulated: i 1 .
understand is
why there little -
so for
is front foot
money property $2.500 a .
$20 as the weekly wage. This "
we shall soon seethe third dimensional; legitimate public needs. We :Say "unneeded" be- Mr.: Gwynn says he is not able to]I the highest ever paid in Key Westit '
moving pictures--:both black and white is said. ,
cause the,Attorney General with his army of assistants := pay. : t !

and in colors. What next, my little man! I is ex-officio-- legal adviser to the Commis,. I : -
'What is considered one of the Editorial comment: There i.: .! CLOTHES -'
sion. But the Commission would rather' get its largest freight shipments to be something! perversive in human : t '- 'IRONING'I : '

Projects amounting to more than legal advice elsewhere at a cost of $3000 a year:, received in Key \\est during the I I nature. One single error made bya :11
$160,000 have been submitted to Washington few received newspaper!' will cause more comment : : I HAMPERS
and preferably, from a member of the Legislature.: past years was on I I J "U'-t 1 f BOARDS 'I
than thousand correct
by the "WPA at Jacksonville for the S. S. Concho from New York:' a J -11t. .
Tho e' boys must be looked out for.
statements. '

Monroe' County. The .Citizen of'Tuesday' With the Attorney General's corps of assistants 205 yesterday.!> tons and The.all shipment consigned was to Key of I|f I i : \ ,$l:25up': 8 .//L35"up($ : i

gave the details. Most! of this West. There also 75 Q
money is available were passengers To show the demand created '
.. I legal advice the, Comittsstcn .
for beautification of streets and parks:* ; ; i for Key West. Some of for coconut palms in the beautification : r. ,, i
;moreneedfor to:
meeting a few times a year.ha no 'theni Remained here: ?;others ,took f of subdivisions in this t .

a'special legal adviser than bas for 'passage over the East Coa! for state it'lia :
a wagon a- been announced 'that .
the i
Someday will have
fifth wheel yet it is willing to throw away $3000 i George E. Mtrrick+ developer of
paid and the future
generation will be Coral Gables recently bought : t tt I .
obliged to do that, unless they spawn yearly that could be used in dozens of places!! Boca Chica: property which.was!i I 50,000 palm 'trees from'the Hugh 1 REEL .." l :

brain trusters who' will evolve scheme to where it is badly needed. The maximum'.salary purchased years ago at 25 cents 1 j jan Mathewson entate.. As'the: price : : .. .
this official is than acre sold Saturday at $2,000: of the plants varies from one n '. i '' .i I ..
paid more a young lawyer can : .
repudiate the obligation like the alche-: an acre. This established a record' two and a half dollars it is I ; 50 c t 25 c '
earn but that also is no concern of the Coirinission. '' i' : !
mistic gold clause'manipuiation of recent for non-water front property in'Ito estimate that the cost of ;
memory. i Monroe county. The deed of the]{ plants was in. the neighborhood to\\ t 4 :
The sale transfers 77 acres on Boca hundred thousand dollars.
public need never expect any appreciable one .
Cities from Mrs. Rafaela Whal-I .
The weather man has been making it relief from its.tax burdens so long as things of ton, widew of the late Judge "Jaeh..srilia's I..CCI.at'H.tei"'THE'S'EMINOLE ;StepLadders :', "il.SCRUB' f "

hot in Washington for congressmen, but this nature are permitted. The 'charge that people Beverly S. Whalton to Mrs. Mc- f

they are going to fool him and make their have quit paying taxes doesn't explain any-, concern.Knight. representing The property a was New boughtin York I I : //M > ',1 .,." :PAILS 1: r

own weather after this by installing .an thing. Who 'can blame them when the funds 1895 by Judge ,\Vhalton from, ; 'Cf \ 't=

air-conditioned plant in the capitol. Thatit realized from the state's few profitable enterprises the Internal Improvement Fund, ..f.9'w tF 1'1' } ; ,$1.75up; 't :i / : 35c :

will cot;; the taxpayers of this country are 'scattered to the political winds! Cut and the price paid. was 25 centsan I .. ,4" & .
acre. e ::4 :
nearly $3,000,000 is of little consequence, thii'out.use the money so wasted in needed places e. 1Ii } .:. .I : a' : i 'Re,: Value 55c'; : : :

in fact quite perfectly in line with the era and the public1 might be willing to pay taxes One of the most important real l I '0;... \ ".'" .. .. ,

of inordinate estate transactions taking'place in; t
spending to which we arecommtted. again. a
Key-West since'the boom bit'the, l
This isn't, written with the object of '- a
'' 'consummatedtoday :'ELECTRIC IF&NS ; i
correct-I Island City, was $1 ;98
the condition, but merely as i a !
ing1 when the property situated I "...._..-In.. Fi.rlda
If the conduct of noble public servants men at.the corner of Fleming and CHAS. UCRINFR.... M.._rr
Sanford our
succeeds in : home tike InstitutionWhere
arranging an A human.
Duval 'street' 'owned' by Andrew I 'ICE *GREftM: : IFREEZERS ;
engagement of "Tobacco Road", to'honor who are living on the fat 'of the land while the j Page, was sold to Bertram Marks i .....rt'yon..will* ..find t.rt.juCIa4IVINal l._. a matA .jl a $1/25 ,I

her native son, Sam. Byrd, who has playeda remainder wallow in poverty. ''ter of great -Importance.-- --- V "

juvenile role in this play since it openedon /f";' KEY WEST I steel 1.-Ike flrrprMf heart b..*IMta....rllr...1.*..r* ... ,:. .-l'.

Broadway 'several Editor' Note For the information of t he- '
years ago, it will bea : t COLONIAL' HOTELIn I .----- I : /
theatrical stunt worthy of a more readers of The Citizen we quote Section Five of Every Room wllfc Combination Tab. .f i

tentious place than the Celery city. pre-Of Article 'Three. Constitution!' of Florida: i: the Center of the Business 'Ceiling and Ventilation Shower Pan.Comfortable Slal Oath Dan Radio.f -for Bed'S Eleetri.-mm wlthgMattresses District
course, it will shock most of the audience "No Senator member 'or'th House of I and of Inner spring a&' .., ,

to hear Sam as "Dude" Lester tell his Representatives shall during the time for First CIaaF'"prfSI1de' .log Uul IlL and. Individual : WlilfanJ} Eita! Streets !

mother to go to hell see him knock down I Which :he'wa!<.elected, be appointed or electedto Rata I I .BATF1TM ., .. .

his aged father and whom civil 'office under the Constitution of R.MW..Prteate'Itathl --.: 'YoUr home marry a hippy 1 any COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl .N .MB..'..T.r.<..Bath ,. -.z;Coni..t..etlon Coni. i4woryiy..of, :
his brother called the vilest of'her profes- this"State.'that ha* been (created or the .N R..s.. Private Balk __ .. I .
:4-a..r.. Private Bath ,
bion. There is more' of this, but the play empluments.'hereof chili have,been increased ..l) G** f. EUvatorPrUaa '!. *....le n_.. Prfrrat must bo seen to be "appreciated." i I during such 1 Pop.Jar' : i.SLIGHT' INCREAUff. : ,''
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I Detroit ..._ _.._, 68 :18 ..612I
Well! boys' <"*n
I like a few boys'WhO ,turned up at''the local pros in the shape .of There will bea meeting; of the]1, Boston ...... .. 57 49 ..SSI ::

ihe.tfoil, coiu:..e yesterday an.er-1 r rI Willie Watkins and RusseirKerr''' BE STAGED IMMEDIATE- Senior League today! at' Bayview'' 'I Cleveland ..... ,...... 2 SJ .495

\ noon bad plenty of fun while on and thereto extended a challenge.And .I LY FOLLOWING CONCERT Park The Lopez.'Bu'y Bee and the I I Philadelphia ....-....- 46l .60

I the other hand a few did not fare j furthermore Samuel was so Bermuda Bakery clubs han j; Chicago .... .... .... 42 50i57

so welL But let us get on with sure that they would win that he I BY.NATIONAL GUARD,REGIMENTAL .t agreed to enter the loon.' The|' "Washingon ..._ .... 45 61 .41';

: iTS'DEFEATOARDSrBRAYES our ctory. 'even;dreamed about it the day, .BAND :: meeting has teen called for (:30 '! St. Louis ..._......_... 3S GR :1411
? mean night, before that he I p. m. i
t I I
FOLJO.WINGTHROUGHI It seems that Bascom Groomsis andPoly beat the other guys 20 I : The Social League will hold a NATIONAL LEAGUE

f' now out of'the' dub class so he up. (You can't have but. 18 but| A boxing card of even bouts is i meeting at the Park Sunday morning I Club- W. 'I.. 'd.

II ,, takes Josie Lopez as an opponent when- Sam dreams! he dreams.) I scheduled for the: Navy Ball Field i 10 o'clock. All clubs are invited [New York 'm"'_"_. 6-9 ..39 .6.9.

'WIN FROM" ( JOVE) 1'I and tells Joe he is willing to play'hint So yesterday the great match tonight 'starting: at 9 o'clock, at I to come eut and help ,reorganize I StJ; Louis ...m. :.__' 6.112 .60 Ii

REDS tS.SS.................................S...... !'! even, but in order to make I II came off. Sam' thinking he could I I the .conclusion of the regimental ,,I the circuit. i i Chicago. ....._._.. 68 4i: .GO::

1 Pious unafraid but when Pittsburgh ...... .... f11 ;))2IO
beat was 1 i
Fon Ta lor. -
Dear Fans match little concert at >
the more
: pennant, and you are a Tiger and a interestjing |
j| all.scores was added up Willie Matchmaker Gregorich''i! Texas plans to have 2.500.000 I Ii I Brooklyn ..,.. .. .. SO 58 ..4C3t
R. .m.
I suppose you think Max.Baer a Csrdnial fan. do not forget that.',;,, he must be given a stroke a Casey ; ,,
MACKMEN, VICTORIOUS OVER' WATER PICKLE. holes and maybe a' had 89,. the best of the lot and of Wisconsin has lined up 'Msrio\ !j tree reday for planting next! Philadelphia.19 60 .4t;;0t
f b hole
a cinch for Louis. Well let me on some he being the Postmaster is today very Santana and Young Fernandez spring on a 300-mile shelter belt]t Cint"innati ...-.,....-. 47 r..a ..423I

ST. LOUIS BROWNS;, 'DETROIT tell l!, you a .secret. If Louis and News Flashes: Tony Canzoneri I 1: couple the or guy more to tell on when others!and, how quiet and will flee no one unlessit weithing: : 124 and 123, respectively I designed to reduce wind erosion.'c.9km. I Boston\ ......._........... 3078 .2.8

I TIC1RSDOWN SENATORS Baer meet it. will be L.uieF.aer.: ha! agreed to fight iri Tampa for he is to get. How the end- is on mail bu! Mar Baer is the most unnatural i many called Pious for, some reason and has. and
:a flat guaranty-- $700, and II was I don't know. By the time ; Bobby Waugh A**
f fighter I have ever seen. 'He is 'James J. Braddock.world's heavy- l had played nine holes for which Sam cannot under. Kid Pelican matched for the semifinaL -

without a: doubt, a. real hoflest-io- i weight, has agreed to fight in j[ they most were guys through eighteen andon stand. But Sam does admit now All of those are of Key ; I
1 Tampa for $1,000. and will that dreams go by opposite KO 1 We t. (
("....... .. Tfce ClllM-a) ''KCtMlnees. But two-usted let Baer fighter fight aril liis actown. 'f be seen -"n action a* .Benjamin I I their way to town. ii i he pays the next time he is goingto i Other bouts scheduled include !!
NEW YORK lS.-The i i ..... ......-...-.
/tif. '' try sleeping in the night instead Ache Holland. 144, Miami and - - - - - - ---- -- -
Field in before
| fight and not a. pr ble-r's' fight: Tampa long. I It seems that three certain citi-j I
-. PW York,Giants triumphed over. and, yon will read about a f" ht, I --oOo-- I i zens of this fair city are a bunch i) of the day. Duncan OswiII. 146, Coral Gables; Advertisements under this head FOR RENT

he:St. Louis Cardinal, 5 to 4. in > Most of the fighters ,tqdaY.liore 'i Babe Ruth visited the New YorVYtnkees of crooks according to another John -Stearns. 138, Miami. mdJe I I will be inserted in The Citizen at
j .
[the ''third game of .their .series. "made" 'by managers' who thrive office th /'other Jay and >''citizen of this fair city. Eddie And Sam time is always bragging !=s Mil tier. 140, Buena Vista; I I the rate of Ic a word for each insertion FOR RENT-Extra large furnished -
about.the he-was in,Bill .Ma- Jimrnie Murray 135. Miami and apartment fie rooms and
(Phil) Collins:'th'i-d: St. Louis twriler on human flesh and when you andI a'ked' for passes to the games In I Strunk. Melvin Russell and Doc, but tthe! minimum for the''
1 lone's school class he bath.
Wilbur River Location
Sunday so Fsurot. 137 ; opposite the
read :-suchi and .Rich a fighter i ', the Stadium tat: he built but 5together and said' I I
ot the me, pitched the ; Kemp got to be careful about first'insertion every instance! is
KZ> game mer". ought more Carmen KO Coker 147. BatteryD Lighthoa-se.! Apply 925; Whitehead -
a' .we naturatly'.tlUnli. we take:
when he was confronted with : them "Who can we
a I
way in the seventh,sailing a fast I II amongst this' dreaming business because he and Geo7elartin: 145. Mi-. '' 25c. str et. aug16-6t
I are going to see '((01' read) about I time?" And I j
I IDe | lot of red tape'he left in a huff ; for a cedar bird this
<-over Bill Delancey's! head to: another Cans, a-aDempsey: or a I and now.pays his way to the ball : with one accord the name Charlie: should know that only 'old men, ami; Phil ''Bryan, 127, Coconut Payment for classified adver-j! EUNGALOW FOR.-- -RENT--1Iod-
dream dreams. It is the- Grove. and Don Dowling, 126,
let Travis Jacluon! Giant'third I I I Tunney. But-all of a sudden tbe\I games in which he once-broke up Ketchumiprknjr to the fore. On i, who young tisements is invariably in advance,i ern conveniences and .
visions. garages.Apply
men see Miami.
baseman, ,trot home with ,the'-de- I fame"has.beens'. are all of a Slid-I I with homers. account of '\Willie just returning 1 The matchmaker! -rill act as but regular advertiser with ledger j j|r Valdea Bakery.

[tiding run. 'I I j I den that forgotten.the Well, the the. most of -oOo- I hom H-e1vin and Strunk said to j I It seems that Berlin Aloysiu' referee,,ancl the bouts will be an- accounts may have their advertisements _._aug8 mo
managers got the Doc. After
Bobby Brown hurled two-hit the .flesh tafcd_ are' left ,with, the I I In 1931. four ,!'hort years a o.1 alf let'jlqharlie.; \ .play the Strunk-Melvini!:,> Fawyer had his revenge on his pal I. nofunctdjby n,1.ty Wagoner of,. charged. d dI j I FURNISHED-APARTMENT- modern -

[ball to shut out the Cincinnati '' gravy; and the fighter with the! Charles A. Stomeham. owr.er of the I combination was over had tied score with:1 i and fellow-citizen, Mr. John Rob-' Miami, while Ed.Legg of that city 1 I Advertisers! should give their j ir ;:, conveniences, 628 White, orh'Gaiti's
offered to trade Bill Terry : ert Stowers. Now this business of .
Giants act
will ]
-. timekeeper.Time
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fifed* and tin his first game of.theeason bone. Doc and Charlie. But Willie as" r street address as well as their telephone -' Barber Shop. augtir
I ) his present manager, to the, taking one guy one day and letting for he sfcrt of the attractive -. .
Canzoneri is -- ---
for the Braves. Tony He ran the visual took if they re-
B-be him beat to take made late I
plus*n', honest-to-goodness'man- Dodgers fo" 'Herman, now you so as boxing) card wa BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
lowly Braves' winainr streak to ager and.that-is,why.he.is champion with Cinciniati. 'Today he-woua, chew and ice cream afterward(I\, him on later for a bigger stake II enough So as not to interfere with fults. ; Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
three straight games. The score again. ,So Jets take ,the pot-trade Bill for.the whole Brooklyn and on the way home Charlie jtoys j f and then winning from him is the band concert,at Fort Taylor. With each classified advertisement -) makes and paint them with
I I Itaken
know I believe
was !
|wa: '* 8-0. lory of Jimmy Slattery of club. getting to be a common occurrence The Citizen will give free an j No-Enamel. We carry a full
this aft
hi.'j oOo for an easy mark ,i with those Last week for the
gents. Daddy supply Agent
Joe Bowman held the Pirates to'falo. Well, he' was a great.fi of'! Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for'
but asking any !
for theRe ernoon upon lost to Stow' but Ber- RoUfast
i Billy Myres shortstop ers yesterday I and Dayton Bicycles.
Who beat him
'i n. No it. i
his'sixth all
and chalked later I
| hits
three they
even up those gays ]
but his had s. is! the first rookie in the his- >' lin and Samuella Goldsmith team- AMERICAN LEAGUE And sell them as low as $5.00
straight triumph as the fought thebest manager.And was Jimmy given a I I tory of baseball to captain a big agreed that Charlie received ten]i'' ed up and together they beat Bob Boston at Chicago W. FiTrell -PIANO TUNING j down and $1.00 per week. We
[Phillies club.Private dollars worth of lessons given by and Stowers Sell all of used
hammered ,three Pitts-: tune-up bout with Dave Shade and league Spottswood by exactly vs. Kennedy. Buy and makes
-oOo-- two gentlemen who were trying I]|! the same score as the Bob- Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
burgh pitchers for 19 safeties and the outcome was that Shade knocked Philadelphia at St. Louu PIANO TUNER, Laureano Yo.i
bolita to outdrive each other on every] Bob with last week. And 516 Duval
to Key\West play- ; team Stowers ,
i Dietrich vs. Cain.Wa'hington company
91 to 1 victory. out Slattery in 4 rounds. That reno. Excellent piano for sale
i ors: The number on tha,back of hole. And both were not hitting j not only that but Daddy was so street.! Jly9
l I Detroit
sent Jimmyback to Buffalo -on at -Hadley cheap. 1018 Dhilion'luet't. ___ ____ _
An assault Tom f And _
eight-run on the uniform of J,o Gomez the the ball as far a* Charlie. : happy to win that he wants to vs. Auker. i "

achary'and Lee: Munns in the' relief has rolls.taken Yes.the best many and a manager given-, Phillies' ne-V' Mexican infielder.. is, yet Charlie was the only sad one I!: play Stowers every day in the New York at Cleveland-Allen jly25-lm":. FOR SALE

first two inning, featured by the.worst to the fighter but some I 22. I I in the whole crowd. ;.,week for music sores barber shops, vs. Pearson! or Winegarner. ROOMS | FOR SALE-One all. porcelain
-000-- j -
Tuck Stainback'si homer with two and meat emporiums or maybe just a
day the fighter will: forget
The Washington Senators It that POltma'terj] Oriole gas stove, one roll top
may seems shop. And the first thing
grocery NATIONAL LEAGUESt. "THE IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
board, enabled the Chicago Oubs then look i out for thesa would-be' t .
trade Henk M-. 'h to the Red 1 Samuel Harris tol! and R. desk and chair also! other fur-
knows J.
Ephraim .
managers. They will be in the t u got anybody Daddy Louis at New York-J. Dean irs price and location t .
jto trounce ;the Dodgers, 11 to 3. bread lines. too. I am going to I Sox because he likes to play for] feeling so very golf minded that'! will be in other businesses than vs. Schumacher. running water. 128. N.- E.a 4thI| niture. See them at 916 Virginia

A' triple .And four singles off write about Johnny Dundee iri my Joe Cronin. he was of the opinion'that-he and! they are in at present. Chicago: at Brooklyn"-Root v!. street, Miami, Fla. jly26-lmox; street. augl 4-St

Iuss4 Van Atta in the seventh inning -004- Earnshaw. I
next article. be ,the look
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gave the Philadelphia Athletics out for it. In spite of the fact that the ma- l Cincinnati at Boston Two I 'WANTEDWANTED 1'EESONAL CARDS-100 printed

three< uns! and a 5 to ;3 vie-!: A big quertion: Who. in your jority of trv.- spectators get up and TWO GAMES' IN I CARGILElIURUNGFORSOFTBALLENI Games--Hollingsv orth vs. Cant- J cards Press., 125. The Artman

'lory over the Browns. It was opinion. is or was the .greatest stretch in tbe.sevtnth, inning. most well Schotfcvsv. Belts. I -A chance to'' bid on ng7

beAr third in a row &t the expensef lightweight fighter? : I of the' games are decided in the r Pittsburgh At Philadelphia I your'next printing order. The ;SECOND'SHEETS-.-500 for 60c.

the league tiailers. eighth frame.-000-- .JUNIOR LEAGUE' [ Blanton.'Walters. 1 A'rtinan'Pres*. or,7, The Artman Press. ug7
Tommy Bridges aided by a timely -;
I A letter-sent to CoL-fDongh- .
pinch'single' inr the eighth by I Pete Nebo -Mil fight next Saturday -- -- -- -

Charley Gehringer scored his nuts of DuVal street by Water in Havana Cuba' with Joe I STOWERS PARK BOYS BLANK, INTRODUCED DIAMONDBALL,
Pickle. that genial reporter and Coego. champion lightweight of, .
LiKhthteenlh victory of the seasons : GIANTS; ALSO WIN FROM : HERE ,WHILE. EMPLOYED
I Dean of the University of lepers his '
back ; the Island Republic as oppon
the'Detroit turned
j Creek, reads something like'this:, ent. The bout is scheduled for 10 CUBA AGGREGATIONBy I WITH THE CITIZEN H'
he 'Washington Senators 6 to 3. I
I CoL Doughnuts. rounds with a duration of three
Supported by a trio of homers
liy Manager Joe Cronin; Bill Werb.I Dnval Street minutes each round. ( JOVE) 1 Twyman Cargile, who will be

fr.:, and Dusty Cooke,. which accounted -t Key West; Fla. I II -030->> The Junior League played two remembered ,by hundreds: of
for all the Boston runs. I I Dear Sir: I It was only eight years ago-on :games yesterday and the Stowers I friends in'Key West, has been
I Jut a word cnocerning your Pept. 22. 1927. to be exact-that
efty Grove pitehed'the Red Sox Park boys wqn both games and selected as one of ihe.! pitchers of
to their,third straight vicory over I hero. Mr. James Emory Foxx. of Gene Tunney and Jack Demspey advanced to !the head of the loop.In the .National League: of the soft'

the White Sox, 3 to 1. I the Philadelphia ,Athletics which I cracked three puE-il'stic: records at the first game they defeatedthe ball association of' Murfreesboro,
I know will interest My private Their drew all-] "
c you. Chicago. fight an '
nfThe( Yankees staged one bigly Bayvie-.vjjStars by a 12 to 0'i Tenn., where he is employed '
in Cleveland informs of j'
'; after Willie Hudlin had held operative' time record gate $2.658.660. score. Malgtat let the Stars !' the Daily News Journal. ,
I that Mr.; Foxx has better than collected all-time]
me a an record -
hen to a single; hit in the' first. Tunney down with Out three hits, while :i It was while Mr. Cargile .was '
kixfinninjrs! and did enough scor. a 3-2 chance of landing the job as p''rsef' $990,445.54, andDempey his teammate collected 14 off the I| employed in the capacity of aI I

|mz to beat the-Indians. 3 to 1. I manager of.the Indians next.ea- received an all-time rec- combined ,ef t>rts of A, Gates and'I I linotype operator with' 'The 'Citi'
son. According to the inside story, ord $425,000 for a non-
I purse :
Garcia. that Softball
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 zen was introduced
AC Brooklyn R. H. E.i Mr. Connie Mack manager of theA's champion. Leaders. a ,bat were: "Radio" by him in Key West and within a!! OLD STOVE RDOND-UP
i is'not all with Mr.Foxx's oOo
Chicago 1*._,_11 1C 0 !, at pleased invaded and Salinertty In the field Ogden short time there were ,several\

[Brooklyn _,...... 311 2| performance this season The Chicago Kingfish. and quHiaklo! starred.In teams organized and exe tin ly.in-. ,
l I For one thing instead of tryingto Florida last Trinter asa "Cergot-
DatterieWarneke and Hnrtictt. the fecond: game the Stow- teresting games were played. _
best Mr. Babe Ruth's all-time record ten man. Now. after Louis. hit
O'Dea; Zachary, Munns and I ers team Won-from the Cuba Club.It I,
|Lopez, Taylor. ; of 60 home runs in 'one season, him. he will have to go back to was their i fourth straight vie- ...I......II......CI.. The.ROUND-UP is bringing in,old stoves
i i 1\11'\ Foxx has set'as his 1935 baseball selling; filt'a!! in.300. tory. and' gained for them theleadership '

At Boston R. H. E. I goal the record of 100 base of ''the league.: The '' Toda & Horoscope every day. Don't miss this opportunityo

ncinnati ._.*. 020 on balls. achieved several years Baseball's pportunity kid i ill,I final ,score .was; 5 to 1. i j I........................ c apge'YOUR old stove for modern _
I by Max Bishop. In fact. Mr. tack in the limelight this time:, i
ston _..__,...S13 0, ago Linalore! was 5 to 1. t The nature indicated here i Is gas range.
Mack\ has become so peeved at the with the Yankees. Blondy Ryaa. a.t : "I I
Leaders tat "Rado. ||
Freitasnd were
>i .Batteries: Derringer, peaceful intuitive and specially
Lombard!;" Brown and way .l\lr..toxx ,works the opposing was'fired off a second division'l"club i Efquiftaldp ,*nd .O? en for Stowera -j i i intelligent. 'The character t fem- : : = EIII.IJ
} ,-Here.are the =
f pitchers for free passes that he 1| and 'jumped right back special.Rpund-up features: ,' '
Spohrer. jnto.the-I. and Know,es and Woodon for nine, but.strojigwith a quiet.now.I .... ,
threatened to: fine the ''bigfirst majors with a pennant I : .: ; ? *' -
I theCbs.; 1 I! of Tesjerve"tnat should
baseman $10 every time he takes i I He"was rescued by Manage ;McCarthy !! "I -
At New York R.'H. E.St. MalpraJ ajto1' pitched this game I many friends and probably ad-1 up to15. _
strike with'his bat his !shoul-i when he refused to to
| Louis _............... 4 10 2'ew' a on, Mack,[ .wavsentjby go: and emednother l victory. j!! vance you in such a way as these ,. f
ders. Furthermore. Mr. : the minors where he
York ..?.... ...._..*. 5 12 1 i rates'Mr. Hal Trosky. the Indians: ;,','i the Phillies. lie helped the Giants ; In the;field.? Salinero. Mario traits would suit. Without being A) brand new DeLuxe gas range
Batteries:. Walker, Haines, P. .Wocdion.,1 Knowles and Evelio i particularly strong. it is _
j first sacker.as a sure bet to beat win a flag eo he may do miracle a fairly with every modern feature, built to our _
llins! and Delancey. Davis; Par-. I: Mr. Ruth's record within the next and help the Yankees do the same j I played! welL, j!!I fortunate day. own specifications especially for the
flee, Smith and Mancuso. i:! First Game |

1 I five Therefore years. the deal that is in'' thing. I, Score by innings: R. H. E. '!. USES WOODEN LEG Round-up, for only 49.50' (and your _

At Philadelphia R. H. E. :I the making envolves Cleveland Water Pickle is trying lo clear Giants .. 000 000 000- 3 31 old stove).

(Pittsburgh .. ............ 172, handing over .Mr. Trosky and a up the situation here between.the Stowers :310 413 OOx-12 14 l'': BELFAST..-Stephen Flood of

|Phi\ftuVlhi\ ,. ........._...919 1Batteries I!; wad of cash for'Mr. Foxx; -At precrt !*- Lopez Funeral Home diamondball i this city was sent to prison for Your unrestricted choice of every '

: Bush, Brown. Hoyt I the Ceveland! officials look, team and the Busy Bees and wrote -' Second Game I I beating his motherin-law with his other This unusual .and distinctive DeLuxe -

and Grace; Bowman and Todd. I for a playing manager. In other the secretary of the League of Score by innings: R. II. E. I wooden leg. range in stock. Magic Chef gas range is: only

word they're no little impressedby Nations for help. a j follows: I Stowers 000 210 200- 10 2. g -
The summaries follow: 'I :Mr. Bill Terry. of the Giants; I I Monsieur Avenol, Cubs .... 001 000 000- 1 7 2j I Don't delay.J Let us change your old one of the many models offered for
selection during the.Round-up.;
At'Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE R: H. E. I, Mr.( Frisch. of the Cards; Cochrane Secretary. League of Nations!, I ;I stove. NOW.. Begin today to enjoy the your Standard equipment includes insulation
of the Tigers. anJ 'Dykes! of t'i3 Geneva SwitzerlandDear Standing of the league:
[Boston .............. 360;Awhile Sox. Futhermore. if you I I Avey, Old Boy: Club- -W. L. Pet.j! USS'CIGAR II' useof a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic''

Chicago .. ........-..-... 170': read carefully the' Associated! I am taking the liberty: of requesting Stowers Park _._.._._ 51 ,.833 ; wilt: COOK.TOUR OWN WAY. perfectly Chef features: Red Wheel Lorain

Batteries: Grove and Ferrell;,,J Press story-reporting: appointment -I I you ,and your League of Cubs _..____---_?..I4 1 .800, ,I and scientifically. Oven Heat Regulator, Magic Chef

Tietje, Salvecon and Sewell. .:j of Steve.O'Neill. veteran Nations bojs to intervene in the Bayview Stars ...-- .. 2 4 .333 i ,Automatic Top Lighter, Three-in-

{t coach. a? 'manager of the Indians impending ,war in good old Cayo J One .Non-clog Top Burners' and
At st. louis RJII..FI' in place of Walter' Johnson you Hneso. a war that ,may shake up both claiming they are better than STORE J1 Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
.. ........._...6.13 0
Philadelphia 'i i'no doubt noted that no mention this and several other countries. the Oth r. ; DumrVG TJf E valve is of safety type. Enameled
|St. Louis ....... .....3 8' I ik
at all was made by the Cleveland I have selected your outfit simply Now, Avey, old boy President' throughout. Door and Drawer

Batteries: Doyle. MatT_", and,officials as to just. how .long) he because of your amazing success -I Roosevelt has refused to 1 intervene ,,, -0-- handles 'and gas valve handles are

I Richard,.Berry;"f Van,.Au.\Kn t. ((.would remain at ,the..helm of the in handling that recent: Bo-":" and I haVen't much .faith in I of black bakelite. Special color

[Thomas and lIemale,. I| Tribe. livia-Parasaay debate In South!I I,! our courts. so you and your .f- : Daily. Baseball.Returns combinations available
J _ _ _YOUR_ OLD_ _STOVI_ on order.
-- I And do not "orget to tell.Baeza <. America. and the way you have I II flee force had better rush right the
;: H. E.'ashington I \Fire During Round-up, only
At Detroit R. that his 'Yskees! -are in second || protected the Ethiopians\ from I I, over and peton'the Job. .Further- 'By j jI

.\. -"li-........... 3 7 11 I placed Winfield that his Senators:j Signer Mussolini and the slant-'I: more, while you are over here, you I I I .witIa
.. .._..... 0 I:1 -0-- year
[Detroit 6 10 I' I
I Ij
are in seventh place Bib' PhilliPs { eyed Chinks. (from the>lanteyedIJap : i also might put Tour sleuths onto ,9 O

Batteries: Linke. Hen iek and ;j that 1m Athletics are in sixth !*. I the finding .ut -why the Service |, COME IN AND GET THE I _ _ _ _ __ _ .".. .Id "ton

[Bolton; Bridges: Hogsett and p1ace, Bobby Shultz that hs White ,,, I'refer, of coarse, to.the one
Cochrane. Sox are in third place. Henry Mayg; between the Lopez Funeral and Lighthouse tens are MAJOR BASEBALL .still in gas range you '
that his Cubs are in 'third. P.. Home and the Busy Bee clubs of I t notable to ctbp th '*Bermuda Bak- LEAGUES0 j service rounded the many "old timers"FLORIDA PUBLICstill
At Cleveland R. II. F.. during the Seventh
Romaguera that his Cards are in thir city. The Busy Bee won the ery. '
[New York .. ......__. 380 fecond place, Machin Brothers.::: series' from the Lopez- boys, the Something t: must be done quick' -- Annual Old Stove still,in,service,.trade.Jt .

I Cleveland .....,............ 1 7 0' Stay Stickney and McGraw that Lopez goe to the toorn aiet*"hat before'the &ken inch the first* .CIGARS, CIGARETTES, Round-up will be taken in! It may be worth UTILITIES \0 CO.as .

Batteries: Broaca. Deshong,'I their.Giants are :n first place. I, wafc held in Miami and thy,madea half. I hope;i' ear Avey you.do this SOFT DRINKS, full payment for the modern
brand "Your Gaj
[Tamulis. Murphy t-and Brown.I I want to remind yon'them for showing that''the tBu9j"'Bees er for your:,olipal>> a.nd1.fe o. ,class! .: i ETC. new range on which it new gas Compaft7Is
1 Dickey; Hudlin, L, *Brown' and I after'the: pennant is cinched they no'..therelQbe.uW, ; JtaHI #psibet- mate. 5'" I I traded in.. range nROYwEi.LADErMn

I Phillips. ''are all.forthe.club that winshthej]I ten;, now;tbe4 _""j '<* Jl wAT PICKLE.. .

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. :READY) MADE JD ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeee SOCIETY .'I I ROGERS DIE IN AND PLANE POST CRASH I' SUNDAY DINNER l Today's: .. : Birthdays i ; ee.I'I'I I rmmw TO SUBSCRIBERSIf

by CORALIE STANTON. / :-: : : I r-; ; i iI i S ioMf .....ee..ee.......S.....

.rNO"&III: Xt* tloort Aaa re- "Take me up In a plan before (Continued Page One) William II. Harvey fCoin! lIar"t'y" -! yea do act receive year
... .eeee..aeeee..eee ee ..
rvm.d from m round trip fight to She spoke the eee.ee.e.ee.ee.ee.CSS behind him he went through the:)
off again. I \ of Art
yon go ) of onetime frte-i,
Jimfrtea. But A. had a temporary I ;'' By ANN PAGE paper by 6:15 'clock I ia the
recurrence ./ A4 old .Ii....".. words mechanically aa U they had Dance Tonight At Plummers Leave Willow Hassell school at Neosho silver fame born at Buffalo W.;
*r m landing' ha. found that k. been put Into her mouth. It was an I I Mo. and GRAPES are the news of the food ; Va. afternoon call" telephone 51
mew In Mute go completely blind, Cuban ClubEverything Over Kemper Military Academy -- including Thom 81 years tpo. I
and does not tea Lanrlt.: icAom Ai uncontrollable Impulse. A momentago Highway I .at Booneville and if he did Seediest and red Malaga Pat them -..- ,, and a paper will be sent to
love,tkt ,""IL. Sht believe *e aVrom had not had the I t fruit I
she slightest in the bowl in fruit salads fruit
I Cardinal Denis J. Lome. A complain
... Pouphi-rty; .r. year boyis
cold their titnatlon i* 1 make I .
; not
;: l'1C11 tht innocent lit thet told Idea of wanting him to do inch a is set for the big!;I;i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plummer,I I a remarkable record for raps or, peaches desserts and along Bartlett with nectarinessplums pears.Onions I Philadelphia! born 70 year.ago.. j i on duty at ii;. office from
their employer ftwo thing. scholarship: he did not fail.
| who were spending vacation in j and cabbage again
Odd Penny Dance to take place r. are once I
that l&ew married. Laurie
:, were "Why of I shall be de- 1'! I I cheap as are carrots and 6:15 to 7115 p. m. forparpoae the
ri ,. to tell tht real tit-nation ta course Key West as guests of Mr. Plummer'a A rancher Zach Mulhall organized potatoes. Amos Alonzo Uniof
,.-_.; Res ...k.I' .fte wait. lighted." he said looking slightly ; tonight at the Cuban Club onDuval beets. Sweet corn i. (coming to marketia I : Stag<, of
until Ae Aaa flown th. racijla. [. parents!!, Mr. and Mrs.! Lionrf I a wild west iJiovr and Will excellent condition sad is low in Chicago's: football coach for 41' delivering co.

-' & blank. "Have you never been npl""Yes. street. > I|'Plunimer and Mrs. Plummer's par joined it, finally reaching New price. 1 years, born st West Oran, X. J.. plaint Help as live yon 100
once. Last year Mr. Albery I The novel affair is being given York All meats but lamb are higher pork I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank There is tradition that he
Chapter EST ents Papy a 1 73
percot: service 51
J gave a party to all the staff, and I' much higher and beef and Teal somewhat years ago: hyc.li.;
PARTING'P I under the auspices of John Pritch- left. over the highway this morn first attracted public notice on a more expenoire. Fine quality if do not receive Th. Citi.8'I".e'I.I".I".I-
there were little Joy trips all day. I yon
I went up and I loved It. And i I, ard's Orchestra" which has arranged ing for Miami. large scale when: he l lassoed l a wild eggs attractive arc also in price much and higher.Tancty.Fish Bernarr Jlicfa'I-ien of New; ....' ,

frjou Lionel Plummer and Mrs. K. Sqtsre Garden and was1 about to they are valuable foods. rich in .. :
found out Laurie's eyes "Any time yon like.1 he said. 1'1 I born near Mills, pricgs: Mo.. Iii i
elements, which should .
*1 made a.terrain: and I'm "Ill let yon know when 1 can get I I music for the event.It Lowe sister of 1'.i rs. Papy, who was dash through the crawd. giving freely. I I years acj.Marion. t ,-

prepared to stlck to-It. Besides I'm off. Of course any Sunday. was a is expected that there will visiting here. The former will go I'II Certainly shoitly rflpr his first Three dinner menus. at different I _

often person In a dream who spoke but be a large attendance at the to Miami for a visit and the latter appearance at "the carden" he budget levels follow.t Sayre; Taylor of K wI PALACETim f
la It. too! And. aa you're so I
she looked quite naturaL j! dance as many of the visiting Na-I will join Mr. Lowe at Taver- was on the vaudeville: stage. Charley I Low Cost Dinner ,York ".1 i:.' Voice of Em ru'm e"

pointed out I've made a good thing 'Right,. let me know Laurie! I'll tional Guardsmen have made nier. : i Mack of !Moran and Mack! told Rib Lamb Chops I of radio fame born at Loimtill-*. TIlE MAN FROM McCoy GUNTOWN in

out of it!" go and call the porter now to get ':plans to attend. of Will's initial eflorts'in vaude I Creamed Potatoes Glazed Carrots Ky., 46 years ago. Miracle Rider, Serial and
"You're a sport" said Her. "Well me a tasL" i National Guard and their wives ville. He was pretty bad said l I Bread and Butteri

It', like this. I want to do the Pa- lIe came back and stood looking I' I at the Rose Garden. Mack and crew di-cour-njed.: lie I i Tea Plum or Coffee Tapioca Pudding Milk Hugh Gibson ambassador to Comedy
Cocktail Hour Matinee
dIe flight as soon as possible. At at Her awkwardly. In his strange i Guests of the local official talked it over with Charley. 1| Brazil born in Los Angeles, ;:;.2! : 5-IOc Night: 10l5eThat

once. And I must have a free mind.i grey eyes struggled a thousand For Officers family will be the other officersof "Where are you going: !" atkcdj Medium Coot Dinner years ago. :

This mock divorce business will take things that no word could express. the regiment and their wives !Mack. i' Roast Shoulder of Lamb i if(
I f
time It's got to be a tool-proof plan What he did say was commonplace "Back to Oklahoma." Browned Potatoes E. Alexander IVwell author-;
Cocktail hour will. be observed I who will join in celebraing one of Baked Stuffed Tomatoes I
or we shall look like a couple of enough. I 5 o'clock this afternoon by the the most successful encampments "Been fired yet?" i Bread and Butter traveler born at Syracuse X. Y.. i
Idiots, as well as crooks. There's It's a nice hole this fiat. I think. Grapes Cheese CrarkersI
the Floridaee.e.ee.e.e.eeeee.ee.eeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeee held by the organization. "The manager said! I wzs pretty 5G years ago. I
not a soul who would understand But you'll be glad to get away. Key West officers of ever I.unk." I I Tea or Coffee Milk i Tire'sStill

our position.But And. suddenly he came up to her ---- --- --- -- Ych.. )01 're all of that; hut I Very Special Dinner Jonlorrow: Lindbergh, ron of .
I can't think It out. with the and laid his hand on her shoulder A. in'
ee.e hs he actually told you that you Stuffed Celery Col. and Mrs. Charles born
Pacific flight before me. Will yon and said In a hoarse stifled voice: are fired?" I. Roast Veal Baked Tarns New York 3 years ago. Good! ,
agree that we let It stand over until Tin glad you're going away. Tm PERSONAL MENTION Succotash I
"Don't) q..it till he tells you; r Tomato and Cabbage Salad
I back?" glad I'm not going to see you any
come more like this. I wouldn't want you ,....................ee.........e......e.....ee.- maybe you can stick it out to Saturday Lettron'Meringue Rolls and Batter Pie Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen notoil j
r o'
His voice had the eagerness of aboy'L nieht. Thr.t ,rill: be three British business' man, born ;;
to be near me any more-now-I and Walter Francis of Mr. Coffee
Juluis Collins Price
lie loved her. but he was a Mr and Mrs. years ago. <
and love couldn't bear It! Good-bye!" arrivals the and Mrs. C. C. Price, who WES enjoying days more pay.: ', FLORIDA SORGHUM
man. could not be everything children were ".(),Yer. ::
Before week: Will
And he ws
In his life and for the moment gone. East Coast yesterday from :tf{rdh i a vacation 'with his 'uncle USED FOR MAKING CARD OF THANKSWe L -
happened to make wise creek
be was In the grip of a fixed Idea. for an extended visit in Ke}.Wet..lrD and aunt Mr. and Mrs.\ Mackey I ) a ,
TftVDRIE was working with Mark about EomUiinr: he saw in a newspa.Hr -
,"Ills words fell coldly on her heart. L Salley, in Charleston, S. C., re- observation Fhydeliv SUGAR IN AFRICA wish to extend our sincere eDON'T
his an
Albany room at the
"I don't want "to Interfere with ten days later. Mr and Mrs. Arnjando/ACe!} turned on the Havana Special )'es-I t I ered of something thft struck his fc
the Pacific flight. she said. "But Iwon't The time had slipped by. as perI- vedo and baby returned yesterday" ..1,. terday. I I fancy. The v.dience! lau red" I: DURBAN So. Africa. A'jg. 16. their kindness during the recent
stay here any longer. It's not fiom Sanford Flat.\ i+ { illness and after the death of our
ods of life do when the brain and \.tt" t'c.1vr; (Rogers tried some other joshing l _Sugar cane crossed with sorg-
right. Why should we go on spong; Mr. o. *'a$ a Mrs.\ Hilary Albury returned I beloved Mrs. Hester Thompson.
heart are dazed by emotion. Laurie short time !remarks, and was "made. him newly introduced in South one, -
.ing on Mr. Albery! I've got my own had had a large amount of special member of the baseball team of' yesterday from Miami_where she!!, It was a short step to Ilammer-: Africa is yielding surprising re- To Father Arthur B. Dim- r

shill place do.to go back to. That's what I work to do. and her employer had that city. I j jMr. i' went in company with her daughter etcin's Hoof at $150 a week and j f! suits here. Returns from a typical mick, the donors of the beautiful i

been very little In London. Miss Rose Mary, who spent floral offerings Dr. Win. r.. War-!
I'I then he spent fix years fs the star field have risen from! 27.73 !,
"Of course,as you please. PerhapsIt When she first left the flat In several days there and then went I Dr. De Poo and those who' be too
*. J. E. Duane and daughters ;; of Ziegfeld's Follies. tons to 39.83 tons per acre. ren, ,
would be better If we Just met occasionally ,: Washington and Chicago '
for visits in
Chelsea and returned to her own Patricia and Jacqueline whd were : lie ventured into motion pictures In the past, almost the entire gave the use of their cars we arc' quick( to say a Tireis
at first We don't want rooms he had commented on It. but weeks with Mr, j i before leaving nor Windsor. failed the I indeed grateful Let
spending several I but to score success South African output was uba "gone. our
people to talk too much all
at once appeared to regard it as natural Ontario Canada, where she will
do r- Duane at Long Key arrived: over expected. The silent screen cane other varieties having been !augl6-ltx THE FAMILY. expert give it
we eyes
now that her husband St. Academy. i
Mary's I
was at Crete I enter
the East Coast yesterday. j I r gave the comedian no chance toconvuLe prohibited until 1930. "
"I suppose not. Am I to tell M?. ton. preparing for his great flight,. I i the "once over.
i I his ludlences; with his But thanks to the collection of
Alberyr"I and would be away for some time Douglas Wilson travelling representative :I|i Maurice Rivas engineer with I! homely observations rendered in new strains from all parts of the ODD PENNY DANCE : May be miles of :
leave that to Perhaps 'a after he had started it. He had '
you. on of the larger tank steamshiplines
of the Florida East i I one : i drawl 1 that only Rogers service still in it!
hint would be wise. Always remember had very little personal conversation and Mrs.\ Rivas. were arrivals knew'j' world including nome from Uni- TONIGHT 9:00 TILL 7 :

when you're playing the end of with her. seeming to be absorbed in Coast Railway arrived on the I('I, over the highway last evening I But when talking pictures; : ted States government experiment CUBAN CLUB I We Specialize in:
this that Is business.But morning train yesterday and in ed Rogers Became a stations in Florida Natal' I
It all
game fault!
my Rivas'parents !
for a short visit with Mr. : Music by Pritchard'. Orchestra Tire andVulcanizing
i I Repair
He laughed again He was on fire today when they had finished the evening sailed on the Steamship -f'I Mr. and Mrs. Ramon riot nad thereafter the legitimat planters now believe that the

with Jealousy of Alber,. Just as Al and she was Just getting up from Cuba for Tampa. I and theater saw little of him. I I South African production,; will Script 49c Ladies Free
Rivas of William street ex- i
bery raged with jealousy of him. her chair he came swiftly towards I I the highway to- Hit walth was estimated by his reach 600.000 tons compared tot! I II
her. with his J. II. Mbrgan, engineer of pect to leave over friends at several million dollars! PHONE 397
And you will tell Mrs. Steele graceful cat-like steps Jacksonville.Paul the previous record of 391,000 I '
she suggested. would like you to and laid his hand on her arm. maintenance of way for the Flor- morrow for and he carried life insurance of :I tons. j I MONROE THEATER I i

do that And It would be a good way Don't got! I want to talk to you ida East Coast Railway, and J. E. approximately $1,000,000. lie i I II Jack Hoxie-Mary Carr in i II :
the P. '
of ColonialService
of getting It about" I have been thinking of you night Lucas, F. E. C. roadmaster, were Lowe employe never talked about his money but I.I years His salary was $25,000 awtck GUN LAW i'

The man gave a twisted smile at and day. I can't sleep for thinking in Key West yesterday on business and O. S. S. company left yester- he was a high salaried:] l actor for when he worked. He was Pat O'Brien-Jean Muir in J fOIL

'this piece of sheer femininity but of yon. Why wouldn't yon come returning in the afternoon. dap afternoon for a vacation with I I paid $2.500 a vcek for stage appearances j FROM THE LAMPS I Station

he said coldly: down to Gretton on Sunday to Miami. ,, his family in Miami.J. tion of two days with his family, and he was understood OF CHINA I

"Yes. I will tell Mra" Steele when 'I had an appointment that I : left yesterday afternoon for his6tation. to have received $15.000 for eight! Matinee Balcony, lOc; Orche I

I hare an opportunity. But I shall be couldn't break. Mr. Albery. It was J. R. Blair U. S. in l'ector'of B. Sullivan left over the J I radio broadcasts. ,{I trm. 15-20c; Night: 15-25 t
very kind of you to ask me.- East Coast yesterday afternoon
grateful U yon don't make It out an hulls, and J. W. Sullivan, U. S. .
absolute "Why won't you come down and for a brief business! visit at Matecumhe. -------- -- ----- -- ----
break. Laurie.
of who in
boilers were
stay at the bungalow? Yon could do inspector
) .
All right then said Laurie and S
Key West yesterday to inspectthe :
work there Just welL In
your as 1
added quite gaily: "It'll be a great I
fact,. last week yon would have been Ferry Parrott, left on the -.
relief to get back to normal life. S'I I' Charles Lowe left on the afternoon -
"Thank 70u.retorted Rex grimly. very useful to me. And when I'm S. Cuba for Tampa. train yesterday for Jack-

"You're been a brick. Ill get on to up here, any of the menxan take of sonville and after spending a day
correspondence. Oscar Norman teacher FIRMS
Albery and fix things up. You'll stay my there will leave for Pensacola
"You did not say would be use science at the Key West High
here the night? where he will be the guest of his
'* tnt Mr. Albery. If I had known yon School left yesterday afternoon i
Oh. yes I'll. have to. Glad will be son and daughter-in-law, Mr.: and
wanted me of course I would have for Charlotte N. C., where he will
tired when she back
gets from the I Mrs) Gerald Lowe.

Show. And tomorrow Is Saturday come.-"Don't yon want to be with your weeks.spend 'a vacation of several \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

and Mr. Albery won't be np. so I husband?" I Thomas Russell, deputy sheriffat
shall have all day to moe.-
Matecumbe veteran's
Laurie felt herself coloring. The camp,
Gabriel Ferro chief car inspector -,
moment had come. It was the first who was in Key West for a vaca-
went to the telephone. for the Florida East Coast i ,
REX opportunity to do what she and Rex
Railway in Havana Mrs. Ferro j I
> went Into the kitchen. had discussed."Is I
She was sure he would like some and their son Gabriel Jr. who Star American Coffee ROSES
there anything wrong between JOHN C. PARK
tea. He still looked grey and exhausted you?" he went on. Ills voice was are to spend a vacation in Tampa 1: Heavy Western Steer Meat I 'II'III THIS SPACEYou'll

and. In a queer way different more toneless even than 'usual; Miami and with relatives in Key:]I YOUNG HENS Fat and Juicy i i find out how
She had dispensed with Mrs. West left yesterday for Miami FLORAL PIECES A
his face more Impassive. But his
Budd after the early morning while eyes gleamed between his half- and after a few days there will Nice Fryer I 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try

be was away. closed lids with a watchful fire. return and embark for Havana. Genuine SPRING LAMB 1 j the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
It's all rlgbthe. said coming
-Into the kitchen a few minutes later. "Moore never mentions you. rye cLecu Fancy Milk Fed Veal i PLUMBINGDURO 1 LARGO, tt 18c;
"Albery seen quite a bit of him. He givesme PLANTS and VINES
was pretty beastly at first
because I'd not rung him up from the Impression that he doesn't Ut2 MAL'ARIAin.3 Bermuda Meat Market V. & S., ft 15c.
want to talk, so I haven't asked him 6 PER MONTH
Ireland. But. of course he's glad days Phone 861.W Quick Service I
that I did the flight I'm to have the anything. Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA
Laurie took the White at Virinia Street PUMPS
bungalow and start
getting ready at T..Id.CO'.DS(
once. So now the stage Is set again. "We are not sure that we are get. Liq.id We are open Sunday Mornings I STAR COFFEE MILL
ting on very well Mr. Albery. We fine dat. PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
Laurie this time for the final curtain Salve Nm Dr.ps i
!" have decided to part for a time. I TONIC**4 LAXATIVE 512 Greene Street $3.00

lie went Into his bedroom to don't know why Rex! didn't tell yon. _. --- I PHONE 348 : Phone 256
pack his meager belongings In his Of course he Is very busy. We have -i. --r t- PHONE 597

shabby suitcase while Laurie got decided not to do anything definite
the tea. until he comes back from his flight.

He drank two cups as If he were "Yon can't expect me to besorry. -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

thirsty but would not eat anything. ." he said. "Moore doesn't un 1 SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE

""Well m be off Laurie! 1 suppose derstand women. I have seen all the Why Take Chancesof '
time that he makes _
we can both be trusted not to you unhappy.And Jewfish 2 Ib*. 35c

make Idiotic mistakes. Ill write to now I suppose he Is carryingon Yellowlail Steak, 2 lb.. 3Sc Office: 319 Dural Street
:you at your place then?" with that old friend of his. Mrs. Food N .r
Steele Spoilagewhen Yellowtail Bone 2 Ib*. 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription
Rex." she said suddenly 'there's
one thing I'd like you to do for me Laurie shook her head dumbly. Grouper, 2 Ib*. 25c

one of these days. She could not find words to answer ;. Snapper 2 lb.. .... 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.
What's that?" He looked at her that.The very thought was like a for as little as ,.. $z Per Year
.. 25c
Mutton Fish, 2 Ib
his knife in her heart.lCopyrtakt CENTS A DAY you can 1.:. .
eyes lighting up with that eager THE- Try Yes M.ab Ai
frankness that she had known during tit.=CoraJlt BtaatonjLaurie have the protection that a ;' I FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only I Sunday

their queer comradeship of en :: PaperBusiness Delmonlco Restaurant
mity. I. mad. a strange offer General Electric Refrigerator : PORTERALLENCOMPANY

tomo.ow.I gives you. Foods are .DD':. f'': FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Office Citizen B.d..i.u i Be.r. ........ lie

-- ---- -- t-I kept at a constantly ideal "':. 1 LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Co.r.. Dinner, ......

I I social function have "
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u I with the sealed-in-steel -
And they would be still more

{i eV l.stoP I surprised to see the daily mail I mechanism needs no atten- AARON McCONNELL

of the average editor-letters tion-not even oiling-and U Our Reputation i* Wrap PRITCHARD

tothinkW .I from all sorts of people.and concerns -1,I carries a five year guaranteeon 336 Fleming Street in JENNIE B DE BOER I II
I from all sections of the' ped every package .
LED its most vital part-the FUNERAL HOME
country containing cleverly writ-

S Okla :I ten advertisements and puffs sent mechanism. :gta ulk 2 S ptv mm i ( TLS

out with the hopes that they will 1 doa ears I Ib. bottrr Watch >g DI..1Iw. -
It would surprise the readers ofI I. be printed. That is the reason Electric refrigeration is anecessity i 2pkaataeet..ce I bade e. 2aaUrw ea".p I PRINTINGDONE

why editors have large wastebask- and not a luxury. 1 .bottle chcr,.. Z Ib.. Dectos'
a newspaper to know the numberand w bacm.3 I.....ro.at.1 bud ; BY US
!\ ets! It Is Economical Safe and letrace I bm cunaibcr a NOTARY PUBLIC
,type of persons who think all 2 Ib* io.aioc 1 b.acb j jI

they have to do when they don't i Subscribe to The Citizen.i "I Durable.: Ask the hundreds celery t'e'as.2 s.>dose.rap or..g WATCHMAKER JEW LE" -THE- LICENSED EMBALMERAND

want something they have done to i i .I of satisfied:::; users in KeyWest. lard I .tae salad. 2 leftUMen drtas..j-..er.co.-I It: ENGRAVER

be published is to call up the edi- Special Price ea e I qt.;water bottle2qmickfreeziaztnr* I2ic See Him For Your Next W'1.i ARTMAN PRESS AmVnIanc Serric -

; WAVES e.be.-2 U*. of icel
tor. And they expect the editorto PERMANENT ALL PRICES REDUCED .

comply with their request. I I OO.5U I Hens 9 U 12: -1 *. C Citizen Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office

Also they would be surprised to ONLY __, ..._ i PHONE 51
know how many people who never i I KITTY SANCHEZ I i The Key West Electric Company Open Saturday" Nights Para* 844 Never Sleep.

fail to call the editor to see that Griffin and Labrada. I

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