The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00103
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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 27, 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: UF00048666:00103
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AuocUted Press Day Win ;, : ... Key W>*t, Florida, has the

For Best 66 Interests Year Service.Devoted of Key West to the. .. b, f. l{Cp- P3et <(! t ttt3tB t most range country equable of; only with weather Fahrenheit an average In the




Business War In Philippines; E j Warm Up Speediest PlanesTo


Now Being Won By Japanese IN WASHINGTONDEPUTY V. Boy Scouts from Pinellas-,I-visits to Crusellas and Coca Cola Shoot At Bendix Trophy Mark

Duval counties,(I factories luncheon at Cabanas
---- Hillsborough I ----- -- ----- ----
I Fortress, visits to Morro Castle -

Decade Ago Chinese Mer- ANOTHER FORCE WPA ADMINISTRATOR who left Key West Saturday for and the observatory. Fire camp- POST'S FIRST WORLD-FLIGHT\ TALK Mystery Ship Built On

IN FLORIDA TO LEAVE Havana are having onecontinuousround ing and movies at Camp Colum I
chants Controlled Almost BEGINS WORK AT JACKSONVILLE TONIGHT bia. Pacific Coast Under I
of pleasurable excitement. Tuesday: Visits to the orphanage WAS TO SCRIBE IN HOT OIL FIELD

Seventy-Five Per FOR CONFERENCEE. Since their arrival Saturday I Of Howard
NAVALSTATIONADDITIONAL i and Maternity House, sports,))! -- Supervision

I have been given leave by bus for luncheon in Ma-\ '
Cent Of Retail TradeBy evening they By SIGRID ARNE 'LOCAL PROJECT Hughes

A. Pynchon, deputy WPA'I|signal honors and h."e'par( tanzas, visit Bellamar Caves and!1 (fly AvMtrlntrfl Prr..) i

MEN START OPERATIONS administrator in Florida, will j Monserrate Hermitage, inspect WASHINGTON Aug. 27.-
ticipated in number of events,i the Cuban Red Cross and Centru'Asluriano : GIVENAPPROYAL
1 I a I Ij
EDWARD. E. BOMARMANILA. IN PAINTING leave: Jacksonville tonight for buildings. I II Few of the incidents in Wiley: ,ny ._.._I.. 1'res.l
ti, .. j I
e A..erated rr
) Washington D. C., to discuss: arranged by the committee on Wednesday: Visit to Parianao' CLEVELAND, Aug. 27-A
Aug. 27,-A two. ROOF OF OLD POST OFFICE I Pest's life can give a better idea
with Juli-is F. Stone, Jr., and eth-i Beach, then to Polar Gardens and !
I arrangements' composed of Major I I'I PRESIDENTIAL:; "O. K" FOR $100,000 mystery ship, with a
year Sino-Japanese war overtrade BUILDING er administration officials, the I Brewery, four hours to go shop of his quiet, determined nature
1 Ramon Vails Fuadora. of the Con ping, farewell dinner and other i i LIGHT TO AID NAVIGATION producer of spectacular films! at
proposal to construct a sewerage than the which
in the Philippines U beinfwon i j entertainments, and concert by'i manner in his name
'and water supply system in Key ;stitutional Army Dr. Gustavo = ANNOUNCED the controls, is one of the entries
the regular army band. linked first with the rouid-. '
by the Japanese surveys Another force of eight men was 'I i : was
!West. Joy Fernandez, international Thursday the boys will as-!
I yesterday added to those employed I in this year's Bendix Trophy
mad by insular government' officials i :When Mr. Pynchon and Mr. semble at the Arsenal Dock the-world flight.
on' repair and painting projects!I commissioner of Boy Scouts off board the S. S. Cuba and leave! ttjr Ala' 1'"r' __) transcontinental air tourney.
Bartlett Richards >' [tone were in Key West some ; It happened hot late in:
and by J. ,' J one day
at the Key West naval station. weeks ago, this! matter was discussed i for Key West at 9:45: o'clock en WASHINGTON I Aug. 27.
l J Cuba and Arturo Baca Arus
f, yI And racing it across the United
the American. trade commissioner, One of t'-e projects which was from erery angle with II.\ route to Tampa. : the spring of 1930 when I received .

started with the additional men I i E. Gilfond, Key West administrator -I I Petra, scoutmaster chief execI .-! Two of the most important i Presidential approval of State..August 30 will be the plane
reveaL I a phone call from the oil field I
that of painting the roof of i and hopes were held out that I I events scheduled but for which no i I the work* relief allotment of
was tive of the Scouts of Cube.I .
j that set a record of 10 hours, 2minutes
A decade Chinese merchants 'toe : regular time was set were a visiti south of Oklahoma City where I
ago. the headquarters building, commonly s'ble. $18.000 to establish a fixed 1
|I Directly after their arrival at i to President Mendieta at the presi-
controlled about 75 per ca led! the old postoffice. I interview with The Citzien, ssid; t dentin palace and also to Colonel was working on the Oklahoma City I 51 seconds a :year ago-
aid the
: Camp Colombia where they are light to navigation at
Since the new galvanized tin i that the sewerage system was toke ;' Batista head of the Constitutional Times. with Roscoe Turner, famed flier.
cent of the retail trade of the'islands roof was placed on some months made an item in the list of making headquarters, the boys Army of Cuba.PYTHIAN. "new grounds'* off Key West, I

but now the Japanese have ago it has not been covered. Today j",-tate WPA projects. i I had dinner and visited the Jai i I "Say, you want to see a de luxe \Vtorlt' in the cockpit. The sky duel is a
announced the
the This morning :Mr. Gilfond met Alai fronton. The itinerary for taxi?" said the voice of an oil was by highlight of the National Air
the painters:: are covering UNIT TO
virtually overhauled their rivals, in his office with city officials "driller I had met in the field. Progress Administration.
the then
outing in Cuba was announced -
blindingly bright roofing with a' and a resolution relative to the "Come on out to Frank Hall' of Races here, August 30 to Septem.
each having about 35 per cent, ac- as follows: I **
coat of red roof paint. sewerage and water distribution j I ATTEND FUNERALMembers fice.

cording to Richards' informa- Shipments of material are expected systems was drawn up by Mayor I I Sunday: Attend services at Hall was an independent: oil RAMOS ber 2.The. i

to arrive during the next Win. II, Maloiie and City AttorneyJ. i Sagrado Corazon de Jesus church, I I producer who wa pilitg up a for RAFAEL mystery ship has been built:

tion. week or 10 dars, and aa soon as Lancelot Lester.: I place floral offering of Boy Scoutof \ of Key West Temple,! tune in a spectacular fashion. He I on the Pacific coast: under the
'! Later at special meeting in the had two enthusiasms his little BEING HELD ON !
,The remainder is in the handsof this arrives, it is said, 10 more!, a America on the Marti statue in No. 20. Pythian Sisters will attend -I ; i'supervision of Howard Hu hc-.
;pity hull l the resolution was unan- daughter, Winnie Mae, and avia
Filipinos, Americans and a few men will be added. ,J imously adopted and will be for- Central park, escorted by the the funeral of Mrs.\ Ivan El-I I film producer and air enih.usi.-1.
done to
scattered nationalities. The Uni- all Repair buildnigs; work which is buing need it and I, warded this afternoon direct to army, boy scouts and sanitary, wood in a body tomorrow after- tion.I had a notion the "taxi" would THREECHARGES who plans to shoot at the mark

;ted States continues to supply 65 roofs of all buildings in the sta- Washington; and will, it is believed.I i brigade of the Cuban Red Cross t noon. 1 I have wings but I had no notion it hung by Turner.
J Visit to Oriental Park and Jockey, Sisters have been re- up
strengthen Mr.\ Pynchon's appealto be
; would such beautiful I bird.
per cent of all imports. tion ere to be painted. f > s I :;;: I Turner's has been rebuilt,
I ship :
I fI officials: in Washington.The : I Club, Central Toledo. Marianao,quested by Mrs. Elizabeth J." The 'W.-inie;' Mae' COLORED M WHO FIRED .
Islands Sean As PrizeA ] resolution: sets forth the!', sightseeing in and outside of Ha-, Knowles, Most\ Excellent Chief, to, When I trudged up to the office !i for the gruelling compettttofi. lie
by the insular, department needs for vana. meet at the Pythian Hall tomorrow -!! AT NIGHT WATCHMAN. CAPTURED .+
survey MUSICK SKETCH sanitary and economic j I through the dust there stood a I I:was forced out of the race last

of agriculture and com he sewerage 'and water distribution -t Monday: Visit i to the capitol,,. afternoon atI o'clock.: 1 I plane the like of which never had YESTERDAY BY- year by a broken oil line, btit

merce gave the Japanese only a IN SECTION OF : systems in Key West and assures ---. I, been seen in Oklahoma; gleanvngvhite i'panned) the continent a day later.
that in the event of the I with: bands of deep orchid CAPTAIN OF POLICE He won the event in 193S.:
share of the retail
25, cent
per project being: authorized the city : "t decorating the slender; ta.peringbody. Miss Cochr_. To Fly
.trade jn 1Q34 :efJ1W1ir Ie4"with .40 =L neeesem'y'erdinanees iEONOMICiII'G1ILI'GHTSIIappenings :-- -
will die
: ATLANTA r pass 'I : The"com fortable cabinwn The planes will take off fi per cent for the Chinese and 30 'equiring all residents and property upholstered in orchid leather. On I Rafael Ramos, colored is in Los Angeles for Cleveland, 11''
cent for Filipinos, but the owners to connect with and the side of the fuselage in o'chid
per I county jail awaiting! bearing be- finish line, whence they may continue
trend is unmistakable. AIR PILOT use said sewers. letters was painted" the name,I fore County Judge Hugh Gunn tomorrow to New York and a posMbletranscontinental
Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend "Winnie Mae.
Japan's gains, commented Eu : record. Prizes
IS WELL KNOWN TO MANY TWOARRAIGNED j Checks and Tax Bills of Individual National Hall emerged from around one afternoon on three'charges aggregate $12,600.
Every -
logio Rodriguez, insular secretaryof I I ; side, grinning and saying, "how'! lie is charged with Other entries include Benny

agriculture and commerce, KEY WESTERS; OPERATEDOUT and International Problems Insep- do you like my new oil field,! breaking:;; an-| entering, assault Howard 'veteran United Airlines

"opens our eyes to the unlimited OF THIS PORT IN LOCAL COURT arable From Local Welfare taxi!" I!! with intent .o commit murder f pilot; Jacqueline Gochrane of

possibilities of expansion and ex- I j{I "Looks like it might do," I and theft of a firearm. New York in the specially built
I "
grinned back. "Who's driving!: ? tt
ploitation offered by the Philippines s Statistics indicate that both the 1000000000. Some crops will "Got the best little i i P..mos"arrest"d yestentey Northrqp that unsuccessfully coin-
** Edwin C. Musick America's FRAGA AND TYNES CHARGED: and the i I I me one of peted: in_ the recent _Lon4on-to-!
business situation
to other countries. Air I current be short-but better prices will I, pilots in the country-oh,, Wiley f J: fcy Captain of Night Police Alberto I II Australia race Roy HUB. Ok! ihpma -

The situation is largely a boomerang Number Pilot is One the subject International of a short WITH VIOLATION-OF !! business Many important outlook industries are improvirx.j are do-1 j make up for that. At Chicago,I,I I Hall shouted. Around the fuselage I II |I Icemero.Vhfn I capita: ed he was' ''tjityi: ; Hairy K,' Tr..... J. ",

s' effect of China's anti-Jap-I Incoming hog shipments recently, appeared a stocky sunburned from as'' New York Cecil Allen Knc-:
found be suffering ,
to :
Fketch in the color section of the f LIQUOR LAWS ling| better now than since 1930- ,'(' > ;
which | !
anese boycott of 1931-33 4!'Atlanta American of Sunday, some are actually running ahead touched an all-time l low, while man with a pair af powerful wound'' on the left cheek and l Ii wood. Calif., and R. Ortman,
was reported even more effectivein shoulders and head' that,
August 25.Captain. I I _ices reached level since: inflicted by toilet from Santa Monica.
the Philippines than in China of their 1923: "experience. I highest would have looked more in place' ',r nose a
Eddie Rickenbacker, I A much asked is "To the pistol of Albert Gwynn, There'll Be "Ladies Day
: !
unofficialand Oscar Fraga and Tynes: question 1929.: | taller./ He had
itself, though entirely ; Romey i on a man a foot niht.1 "Laflir *
f ASigust 31 will be
who edits the column, calls attention what extent are government policies i>I watchman, it is said. |
in by were arraigned before Peace Jus- Electrical Power Dow JonesNews white and he!
encouraged no way : a patch over one eye "
the first tri-motored plane J his ronr-Jsi day, featuring the Amelia Ear-
I to respowible for the improve- Mr. Gwynn was on i
Philippine authorities.In tice Rogelio Gomez yesterday on Service, expert fact-finding] was so sunburned that his skin
the with Aviator i o'clock hart trophy race: for planes! wHh
flights 2:30 yesterday ii
over sea ment! A few think they should about :
charges of the state laws i and:;
the violating matched his khaki bhirt
this Japanese and organization
period forecasting ,
Musick from Key West :! says i: learned and I maximum 150 miles an hour
I as pilot, !, regarding the sa'e: of liquor. be given credit for stimulating I morning, it was a
freeing themselves from dependence there is considerable indication'thatpower breeches.
to Havana, Cuba, and other incidents business. But mot business men I[I found Ramos attempting to break|[capacity. Entries include: rxfiri
The former is charged with selling t I 1
on Chinese retail outlets set, production in the third-( Big
the remarkable recordof I" Gardner, Sirs Genevieve M. Savage -
in saloon Petronia
without seem to feel l that we are making} into! the Cave on
up branch or independent commercial liquor having quarter will establish a new record : "Well, it looks pretty, I said'of I
this ace of airmen. Ramos shot at the both of Washington; HelenMacCIoskey
in of, not because street.
spite '
houses in Manila, Davao, has been I Ir necessary license. It is also charged : recovery Ii j for any comparable period in the; the plane, "but will it fly!" |',
the he PcgeYReroey.
During years of, political activities. They think man and missed. The waUh-t ( Pittsburgh; / ;
Cebu, Iloilo and elsewhere., that the liquor was without, therequired i j industry's history. However, this;: "She'll fly," said Post stroking!: .,
flying, lie has spent over 10,000 I that if Congress took a swing to. returned with better success: Melba Beard both f
Chinese Help Rivals' hours in the air and I stamp. reco"erylI experience may not be duplicated,the plane. His voice sounded as' York Ruth Barron.
no passenger the right, the course of | i I Ramos made good his escape New City;
The latter is charged with selling t
When the Sino-Japanese"Tang- in earnings-rate-cuts in if I had pitched mud at the flag.'
.;in any of the planes he was pilot- would be immeasurably accelerattt but was captured yesterday in aI Rochester: New York; Jeao 'U-!
ku truce was signed May 31, 1933, ) without having secured the required -I localities have resulted in manY'1: "What's more," said Hall, and
ing was injured. license. That is a matter of opinion j house on Division street by Cap;: t Lempke. Bay City. Mich.; E'lifl>
the boycott was immediately'lifted Captain Musick is well known to I Both defendants! waived t -and, in the light of recent Presii -fi dustry selling more but nettingless. this time he paused for dramatic!I I taro Camero. Asked for the run J. B.mson. South>> Lincoln }fa., .;

in the Philippines as in China, hundreds: of Key Westers, as he examination and preliminary i dential statements there seems I The fear of new, tax and effect "those two are going] he used he pulled up a board from ;; Annette Gipson Athens", G*.. and

L Chinese banks consented to finance is.as for a number of months one I placed under bond of $500 were eachto little chance that the Administration -!punitive legislation discourages round-the-world as" soon as we i iI the floor: and brought out a re-i i Ethel Anne :Shcehy:) Fontana..

imports from Japan and oUt the: several pilots flying between -J await trial at the next term of I will go conservative. normal progress* in the electric get squared away. !I volver wrapped in paper. One I i Calif.
the trend accentuated. Key West and Havana. industry.! v j!I Just Another Story? i iI' jI' four-
'criminal: court.CUBA Here are some business briefs cartridge; had been 8iwharped! and I j I Another feature of
Now many Philippine towns I I of interest: Aircraft: Big manufacturers]I i J I Later, back in the city room of, another showed the indentation of j:I day program, the 1'Iaenp"'JR
have their Japanese shopping dis- are doing better. The Army and,I The Times, the city editor grunt-I' I
[ the ]
Retail Trade Well above last #I firing pin. [!Trophy race, will nee a n.vinar
tricts which rival the older Chinese MRS. SUE ELWOOD Navy are both carrying on -led, "better cut that round-the-I
BRINGS IN {i-ear. with chain systems having! aggressive : I Ii 1 barrage; opened against: thworld's -
districts. In Manila Japanese I II 1 air-defense programs and,.world story. The woods arc fpll I[I m-or-i.!
a particularly favorable expertj ( land plane speed
stores have become so numerous DIED THIS MORNING manufacturers naturally benefit][! of them." i PROF. O'BRYANT hour nW MId I" .-
264 PASSENGERS j encei (Sales for J. C. Penney I Ij i iI 314 miles an ,
that section of Rizal Steel stable "Not like this I said.
a avenue, a dry-goods chain recently broke all : Operations are } guy. Raymond Delmotte. French fli,-r.
main thoroughfare is often referred -I j j with price firm. Machine and:: "There's something about the I
sales. iI around the
records for first-half-year ) BACK FROM Dizzy zooming ]pylons -
to as "the Cinza." after !: National Retail Dry Goods Asso-I, machine-tool makers are especially I way he talks." So the story ran,I i; TRIPj I and spectacular: atoMts bv

Tokyo's shopping district. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Steamship: Cuba of the P. and cis tion forecasts that the fall sea-1! heavy buyers of the basic metaL but it raised very little comment I r I I aerial daredevils are other arhl l-

Despite the growing Japanese I CONDUCTED TOMORROW O. S. S. company arrived yesterday -i son will bring a 10 to 15;; per cent )I Lumber: Production has spurted. -,I even among the home-town folks.! I uled events while .thrilfiing maneuvers .
share of the retail trade in from Havana with 215 first additional increase. j This is partly due to the temporary -;i i Hall and Post were surprising for ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE; r in the sky will be mpplifl,

volume, the number Of Japanese AFTERNOON 'class passengers and 18 second ; Construction: SnMtantiallyj settlement of labor troubles .their -irk. They went about their[ HAD BEEN VACATIONING i by 34 U. S. Marine corps planet
directly engaged is comparatively I Il1rs. cUss for Key West; 29 first class j above last year. Residential awards t ti I Ii !- and partly due to the fact]j: plans with no concern whatever! and army craft.

small according to government and two second class: passengers:: i i in a recent month were 143 per, that lumbermen are 'producing:''about any more news stories. '{i AT OXFORD FLORIDA ;

figures. They show 56.355 Fili- Sue Elwood age 46, died ;i,Jor Tampa. Of the 264 arrivals| cent over the lime month in 1934. ; heavilynow in'anticipation of additional -! The next time I saw Post he I '
pinos in retail trade, 13.787 Chinese this morning at 7:50 o'clock at!.there were 99 aliens. I General Motors has announced j Pacific Coast labor difficulties -. arrived with Harold Gatty at the 1j 'PLAN RETAINING

752 Japanese and 302 Amer- her home. 608 Griffin Lane. The,S;' The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock i that it will spend $50.000.000 for II III this fall. |I 11931 air races in Cleveland. They I j Professor Horace O'Brywt. ofI

icans. But much of the stock of funeral will be held tomorrow I j: for Tampa with freight and mail' i I new plant capacity-this r pre- Electrical Manufacturers: Sev-had just finished their round-the-I Monroe High School, and SEIZED VESSEL
the small Chinese and Filipino 1 afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from ':: and 36 passengers. cents! the largest sum any corporation enty-eight; makers of storage batteries -!I I world dtfh, and the autograph O'Bryant. who have been Mrs.1

village stores Japanese.. the Fleming Street Methodist,! Steamship Medina of the Clyde-' has decided to spend' for .. household power devices i!I( hunters were dogging their steps.j I ing a vacation with. .

Church with services to be conducted -i I Mallory Lines arrived 6:30 o'clock. J building! in a long,time For the I industrial equipment; 'etc., reported -';: I found Post taciturn and sunburned Oxford. Fku, hare returned to
WEWARRIVATATJOHNSONS' by Rev. Shuler Peele. The ,; last night from Galveston, and : first seven months of this year, 10.5 per cent: more busi: as ever hiding out from f{ Key West. LAUNCH NICA TO BE )KJtPT::

body will be placed in the churchat sailed 9:30 for Charleston and! industrial contracts: totaled 599-i ness in tie second quarter'of 1935 I the crowd behind the body of a I There are some students of the FOR OFFICIAL ,USE BY

2 o'clock. New York. j 000,000;within a few millions of than in the first, Demand''is still plane. r''jsrhool, says Professor O'Bryant.

HOME I Survivors are the husband Ivan Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed 1 the total, for the entire year of I gaining in most parts of the coun-' "Looks like you had your excitement -ho were to devote time to their U.S.COVERNMENTThe

Elwood; two daughters Dorotheaand this morning to place a lighted 11934. try ." I said. Post grinned,I Indies during the holidays to

t Roberta: Elwood; one brother? buoy at Twenty Eight Foot Shoal. Farm Equipment: Belief is that While the foregoing are facts'I'I peeked back at the crowded grand-j catch up. He advise those who

Clifford Griffin and a sister, Mrs. 'land do other buoy worin: that j 1935 will be the: best year for this they should not be taken to mean stands and then ducked his head.I have done so to see him at once, Launch Nice V2 471..

Mrs Harvey Brost today received Nellie Marrera.I vicinity. i industry since 1930. Farmers arebuying I' that all is clear sailing for I "Nothing like this squirtel!I as the achools11'111 open September which was recently advertised to
a telegram from her niece.i I The pallbearers will be Willard I'I'i I t( gain because their exist- try. Much remains to be I cage" he said "Give me a plane 9. be sold by the customs authorities

Mrs. Sinton D. Johnson, of Fort, Albury. Cleveland Dillon, Carl I NOTICE. PYTHIAN SISTERS I ing equipment is inefficient or and constant fear of indUS-1 I arid you take the crowds." I ,jn Key West, wag not sold. An

fierce, Fla., announcing the birthof I Bervaldi. Laurie Roberts, Joseph j worn-out, and they want to Te- tal interference, at expense I NOTICE order was received from A. 3,
a girl weighing 74 pounds toner i Kemp and Ross Sawyer. I All members of Pythian Sisters }place it. Most farm equipmentlosses covery, is prevalent The ,I Angle collector for Florida b

son and l daughter-in-law Mr.I The members of the Pythian I Key West Temple, No. 20,I have taken heavy operating I I tax. bill, for example seems destined ; Truck Arrives TonightWith There will be a dance at the keep the .vessel for official uo.

and Mrs. Anthony J. Johnson in Sisters P. O. of A-, Pocahontas, :are requested to meet at the Py in recent years--now they are to be a seriously dampening large of FRESH f Key West Country Club Saturday The launch was captured July
that city Sunday morning August Rebekahs, Red Men and Knights.: thian Hall tomorrow' afternoon. again in the market. j
: influence on industry. On the FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe's evening. August 31, for members first by Customs Agent P. J. Ga-!
25.Mrs. ( of Pythias will attend the fun- : 4 o'clock: to attend the funeral of Agriculture: It is forecast that other hand adjournment of Congress I and out-of town guests. Don't vin and local: officials. Taken
Johnson was, before marriage -! i Sister Sue ElwoodELIZABETH total farm income for 1935 will
eral.The which may be effected by Cash Grocery miss it. with the launch were 109 emptv
Mass Edna Mae Johnson' of funeral will be in charge: J. KNOWLES. be more than $1,000,000.000 over the time this is read, will be a re- C. G. HICKS five-gallon demijohns and 105
Key West. I of the Lopez Funeral Home. I i aug27-lt Most Excellent Chief. 1934-which exceeded 1932 by lief to business.N 1117 Division St. Phone 675 aug27-H Secretary. empty one-gallon demijohns.



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:=;=:=THE=:bc:=Publl..lt..t, C1TIXE Daflv PCHtI:Kxo!"pl HI>Bandar 0 Ctititt IO; By INC.U. Having undoubtedly: touched bottomin 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKSBy il I L TODAY'S WEATHER ]1'I' Today..e.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeee In History

a P,'ARTMAA.'pre.ldeatJOE .. ... .._ the deflation cycle the logic of events Herold 1 _
ALLEN. A..Ut..t B t" PIP By Don i< 1635-((300 years: ago) Died-
From The Citlten and Ann Building Streets leads us to expect inflation. This has been I Temperature local showers tonight and Wednes(;f Lope de Vega, famous Spanish'

Confer Greene coddled along for two-years by the government Highest ...............-....................91 ,day. I I writer, aired 73.1664Articles.
Only Davy Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Lowest 1 ..._.__81
County. which wants "reflation" to occur, -' A minute} afro we were ; Mean ....._.....,._,.., ...................80 WEATHER CONDITIONS I I
class matterTh
Entered at Key WeiCriorlda, ore second but is anxious to avoid Speculative inflation ; Normal Mean ___ .- ..-83\ j of capitulation,
FI")?'-SlXTIl YEAR signed by latish the Dutch
which will another a Couple of koran bein Rainfall: I II ; I I
Leber ..fl.A.lat cause $ j Pressure is moderately low over j at New Amsterdam became the
entitled to nee
for. Associated republication! Press of all Is news xcli dispatches lyely credited to. dangerous epoch of deflation, :with, .enor; | I Yesterday's Precipitation: ,0 Ins.' the Gulf of Mexico 'With a slight I(!I English: subjects at New York
otherwise credited In this paper and alsothe i Normal I. Precipitation: .... .1 6lns.I, I central middle(:I City.
It or not here.'NAHONAt mous money losses to many people. The I : disturbance on the
local news published jut Thi rrrvnl.rvirrra U-.r period Gulf New Orleans and'
reflation idea i is that,3 normal level shouldbe > rldisg,. .t to ...IL tkis _r.I...# coast !
Port Ends. La., 29.82 inches
EDITORIAL I Tomorrow* Almanac : i 1776-Battle of Long Island.

ASSOCIATION reached by governmental assistance if automobile aeeidenta Sun rises ..__.... """'"'' COC a. m. showers and thunderrtorm have.I N. Y., and defeat of Americans
d 1933 and then all hands should resulted during the last 24 hours} 'I of the
necessary sup Sun sets 0..0..0.....,.. 6:50 p. m. one plooiuist; hours of the
8VBSCHJPT10HATES port a leveling off policy, thus holding nor- xDONT S+ iSffC Moon rises ..._..._...... :5:42; a. m. in Gclf roast districts and throughout ; -: Revolution.
most of Florida 'Jid southern
,1 a
Moon eels __. .' i
One Tear .... ...."U'. ,.. -$10.00 mal and avoiding the losses M. _- 6:33 p. m.Tomorrow's -
Six Months .:...._, '- prices great 1 1A.t. Gearjna bs'rp: heavy at PortEnds ,
Three Months 1.61 Tides 2.12 inches Pensacola, 1.34inches I 1859-First American oil well
values ;
.. 15 that fluctuating cause.
One Month - -- P.M.' I opened near Titusville, Pa. by
Weekly = =: :,., ; Apalachicola, 2.52 inches;
i ADVERTISING- RATES There are citizens of Key West who high ,_.............. 9:27 :9r 5, Tampa. 1.10 inches, and JacVsonvle. -I Col. Edwin F. Drake.

y Made known on application. have money, which is earning low interest Low ....___ ........... 2:44 3:4Gi" : 3.68 inches. Rains have also
SPECIAL AOT1CE Barometer 8 a. m. today: : occurred from Ontario southwardover '
Alt reading notices cards of thanks resolutions of returns. They would like to make more, i! nuTsE A in N'OL'Euman. :
respect obituary notices; etc, will be, charged for at Sea level, 29.94. I Kentucky in connection witha
which is natural. Soon the advancing ,.
the rate of It cents a line. disturbance over eastern Can-

Notices revenue for Is to entertainment.be derived are by 5 churches cents a from line. whicha stock market, or some other- market will BE A STATISTIC WEATHER FORECAST i r.la. the pressure!' at Cochrano.OnU .I; :..;,r....!I.. .
The Citizen Is an .open forum and Invites discos- attract their investing eyes and they will I being 29.C2 inches. with. .....v "---ro'- '.
of public Issues and subjects of local or general heavy rainfall in the Ohio'al'ey.. I -- F.I '
rlon rt. but It will. not publish anonymous communications. take a short fling albeit hanging close to Don't be just a fool number. three tunes as many accidents during (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) | Cairo III., l.::e; inches .and Louisville a.';I'' ia bti
I When the totals of this year's automobile the evening'rush hours as there areduring Key West and Vicinity: Partly I ,' ;:!"el
the base and watching their coin and its Ky.. 1.18 inches. Temperatures j,; +
injuries and deaths arc addedup the morning rush hours, we can cloudy tonight and Wednesday. 41'I' .;.. l1 ::
security. A profit will result, and they next January I, don't be one of drive more than THREE TIMES AS are 10 to 12 decrees: below : .' .f:./y 77i" 'J
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST some 36,000 killed and a million injuredby CAREFULLY in the evening as we dow normal this morning in the I)a- f
CITIZEN will swing out in a wider flight, and so, automobiles. the mon Dg. kotas and Minnesota, but.are, gem,
ADVOCATED BY THE with the help of other investors, a marked Smart people look figures in the face Smart people use last year's statisticaaaguidetotbiaycar'.conduct. orally seasonable throughout the
and try to learn how to avoid becoming What I
buying power will be unleashed and prices one. do you learn from the following: remainder of the country cast of Jarkz5aUi?. ......dCli.S .
Others not so.smart ignore figuresand Number of accidents: from exceeding the Rockies. i u. aillest. IMasaaer
1. Water (Sewerage.;., will show that inflation it at hand. Nature's illusion limit, G S. KENNEDY iA hvme-lUce inmltaUon
< :u. :4 yield to soothing speed 123,980; driving on rong V/> where win rind .. 1..1.......
t 2. Bridges to complete Road toi(.Main If the investor can sell out on the top that nothing can happen to THEM. side of road 92,570; driving off roadway Officer in Charpn. ',,_'.r':reu..* ..,..".1.7._.' a mat'
Nature kid.us all with a false sense of 60,590; reckless driving.. 53.290 *te" 'ot 'treat Importance.!
land. ,'. of the wave, profits can be made.. If the security. Nature doesn't care what pedestrians crossing between intersections ,i ---o--
.. happens to us as individuals. But 72,070; coming from behind 4 KEY WESTCOLONIAL I A steel ,.........., .n".1t i.eated
\. Free Port. aei! investor can later rebuy on the bottom le-u
: .
; WED<>. parked ;-' be The If we read that nearly 16,000 signal 32.960 HOTEL
4. Hotels and Apartments "' more profits can acquired. pro- persons -0-
.n',, were killed or injured walking on 'watching statisticgathered by Showers Partly Cloudy Room with Combination Tab
5. Bathing Pavilion, n-art i I' cess can be repeated. However, the vast country roads in 1934, we can be surer lUti authorities as The Travelers Insurance In the Center of the Business! and Shower Hath. Radio, KleetrfoOiling
majority of investors will not sell at the of staying out of that class by walkingon Company, we can improve on probably local showers Wednesday Fan, Slat Door for SummerVentilation
I Theater Comfortable Beda with
% 6. Airports-Land and,Sea. the left side when we walk on Nature and stay out of trouble spots and District
and top or buy at the bottom; they will plunge ,. country roads, facing traffic.If I' and avoid dangerous driving and walking ; gentle to moderate winds) I j strnctlon Mattrensra and of'" Inner Individual Spring Read Con-
7. Consolidation of County City southeast and south.
we read that there are more than !habits.e.eeeee0ee mostly I First CIa.FireprfSea.iLI. lug Lamps.
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. into reckless adventure with credit extended -- Florida: Prrtly cloudy with' Rates !I RATF.,.
risk every resource and wind up local showers Wednesday and in t!
:: ..e,ef.e.eee.. north tcnieht. i t !* RMM. rrlvate Bath 'SLOB
broke. That wrecks the country and. portion COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI ta.. Hues. Private ttath ___ 3JW
KEY WEST IN Iroday's Horoscope Jacksonville to Florida Straits [ 4. 11_.. Private Rath __ a.*.
causes untold human suffering.The I .. _
and East Gulf: Moderate easterlyto Garage EI.vator j 134 RMIM Private Bath 3.50
..... j !. "._.1. n__.. Private Bath 4J ..*
point to remember is that this DAYS GONE BY eeee.eee !!ee. e.eeeThis southerly winds and partly) Popular Prices I""J "I.U.NT'R: "!IIK FOW IH>LHLJI

country is even now, hovering on the brinkof will be a person of industrious 'cloudy to overcast weather with! I occtpA crI

Happenings Here Just 10 Years I habits, and an investigator ___ _______ ___ ___ n_ __
credit inflation. Banks are bulging with Ago Today A. Taken From .
into little understood matters and
By MARCY B. DARNALL, The Files Of The Citizen I I 'r
money on deposit, drawing low interest. probably successful in his endeavors -

Former Editor of The K.y West Citizen Huge gold imports have given this country I I principally through long and

holdings of more than $9,000,000,000 At the luncheons today of the :,earnest labor. Many troubles will he foe.dwinllet'Don /
In a ballot to pick the world's great- Key West Rotary and Exchange probably have to be overcome, but
which, at a coverage of 40 p'er cent, will clubs, proposals were made in behalf -' with the hopeful nature they
est man, school pupils! of Berkeley Calif., Wilson of should not be arduousnor
support $22,500,000,000 in currency or of P. L. president particularly ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
gave an equal number of votes to Alex- the South Florida Contracting and, difficult to put aside.
fourtimes as much as was outstanding at
ander the Great and August Vollmer. Andif Engineering company, whereby<; To get the original I Dtvi 100% Pare Punt
the peak of the boom in 1929.If Fort Worth Galveston.
Key Largo'will be connected with City of to Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE
-- -- lower 1 sal
you don't know Mr. Vollmer is the able a buying mood develops a wave of Dade county by the beginning of, The City of Forty orth is owned look. for Davis 100% Pare Point line often beta IIADI

and popular police chief of Berkeley. speculation is almost certain and unless in the next winter season. The proposition : by the Gulf and Southern S. S. .-a +sr mutated,but never duplicate ... ::::..
this Label
is to span Steamboat company, and was towed to this 1 Davis 1SO% Pure Paint conforms: with
dividuals play safe losses will inevitably Creek with pontoon bridges, or if, port several days by the wrecking all pure paint Laws sod if the only paint! :.::.--

Station WJZ of New.York reports the follow some years from now. that project proves impracticable' Tug ,Warbler which picked the that came* a guarantee of parity

following request from, a radio fan: to operate ferries$ between those I vessel up about six miles to the -
for this Guarantee the Label-
points. Mr. Wilson believes, and I, west of Sand Key. The ship had fook r
"Please broadcast that I have for sale a THE AUTO WILL GET YOU YET! its *
lost propeller. For some reason -= .
is supported by that belief, that W hers'" moam.etms wok say Mhcff faun a/.adwser of ssr w.d.e wwra ef< '*. <[
tea set used by George Washington. I -- the opening of automobile traffic :the vessel was unable to send AM our ...._ w i m..t* by M m !*-. MU oU thr. (lt Dralm eely,

stole it from my wife and now must sell it The menace of the automobile is in. between Key Largo and Dade' radio messages! to Key West and THEHEDAVISCa. "s.6 18JIJ BALTIM08EMH
county, will result in an appreciable -: members of the crew rowed to the
to pay alimony." creasing.The. enhancement! of real estate city in a small boat. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

person reading this article has a values on that island.At : I. r :

1 to 100 shot of being injured this Editorial comment: Another ;..
Glen Parks of Seattle has broughtsuit year -- -- --- -
the election held in Key i paradox is that hot words cool the
to have the marriage of his son Earl and a 1 to 3,500 shot of being killed West and' on the keys yesterday.!|flames of love.Pparations. :s "

annulled on? the ground that the bride To be exact out of two persons now Chas. H. K tchum: George A. T.,I' --- ..................................... ,.!.

hypnotizer| the young man'into marriage.But living one will be injured in the next fifty Roberts and Robert T. Kyle, were I[ are now underway ..
elected school trustees. Ketchum for staging a play entitled"The J
Mr. Parks should know that this is an years, one out of four in the next twenty.
received 45 yotes and the others;i Garden of Flowers Nymphs" FRiE
old feminine custom, sanctioned by pre: five years and one out of five in the next 54 votes each. The 10 mill levy which will be put on Thursday !

cedent from time immemorial.Dr. twenty years.If for school purposes was overwhelmingly -I I evening, September 3, at the FREE! I

you can count ,the circle of your carried there being Harris High School on Southard Ii
only four votes cast for a lower street. The play will be for the i

Farrington, geologist of the Field friends' up to twenty it might startle you to millage. The present levied assessment -I benefit of the First Methodist : .

Museum i in Chicago declares that becauseof know that unless they are more careful is three mills. Superintendent church. Members of the Pythian .
Melvin Russell and the members Sisters temple will take an important -
than the average person one of them will l
the lighter atmosphere on the moon a Imported English !
of the school board expressed; part in the production.
man there could jump 36 feet with ease. be injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident themselves as being highly pleased' They will put on a special act and i

there'is g\Jbd( within the next five years. with the overwhelming vote cast several specialties.The .
Perhaps where pedestriansgo
for the 10 mills) recommended. He
when they die. | These figures are based upon statistics said this means funds for takingcare many friends of Miss Florence I

... '- setup by the National Safety Council. of a number of important Brady, popular member of 53PIECEDINNER SET
ff 51,3: -* educational matters now under Key West society will be interested ,
Dogt<)ywn, Pa., was not sucK an Important EXCELLENT PUNISHMENT consideration., to hear of her marriage yesterday : ::0s

place but its citizens thought it C to Louis Smith formerlyi

deserving jpf a better name. At a community Glenn Long prominent .news-I i employed as a mechanic at the s (Worth $19.79)) i JO
Changed t (Sarasota Herald) paper writer of Florida is in Key. Trevor and Morris garage: where : ..
meeting thejf jr to Susque- Members of the Florida state senate! who West collecting data .tor a series''[ Miss Smith was bookkeeper. The

hanna Heights, ''which unquestionably is failed to apportion that body at the 1935 session, of newspaper articles 'to' be wedding Was solemnized at the i 1 Set will be given away this i e

quite an improvement. It is said the name published in various cities and for.home of Mass Brady's parents,
a constitutional! requirement, and who have been informative articles 'on Floridato Mr and Mrs. John Brady at 1216 z week to of 0 0O '
of Dogtown was given the place by hoboes one our !
duly cnticised by the newspapers of Florida be published in the National!White street. Rev. L. Mhinro. of
who disliked the numerous canines which Ala Magazine\ edited by Joe Mitchell:the First Methodist church of-
residents of
should be thankful they're
infested the vicinity. Chapple. fidated. Only the i immediate O customers i o
bama.. I members of the family and close!

'In Alabama the house ,killed a reapportionment The Steamship Medina of the,! relatives'were present. : .,............... :
Names in the news as reported in a measure, and here's what the editor of the Mallory Steamship company arrived ,1
in port yesterday from New: Subscribe to The Citizen-20c .
single issue of
a newspaper: Dothan Eagle says: York and will tow the Steamship! weekly. 0 Prices Slashed On
Oscar Luck went bankrupt as a result of "We go a step further and advocate

gambling j a Mr. Cuff and a Miss Link that the members of the house who yesterday I .

were married; Thomas Neverstop was killed a bill to reapportion the legisla- 1 | | MASONITE PRESTWOOD :

jailed for speeding past traffic signals, and ture be thrown bodily out of the capitol and
We(will be pleased to hare' consult about
Alfred you us
Waterer fined for selling diluted
crowned with baseball bats if they attempt '
:.3 for
This material is ideal :
milk. ce-enter the humiliated old building. We advocate -. 4 < ,. how you can : '

this on grounds they are not fit to .'

It is a curious historical fact that the hold public office. \', Si STORM SHUTTERS

five Presidents' of the United States who "When a member ignores the spirit and J- "-::!i.p ild, Buy, or .

have died-in office were elected at 20- letftr of that portion of the constitution calling : ................ :

year intervals-in 1840 18CO 1880, 1900 for reapportionment, he is guilty of moral gefhfanceour. Homeor

and 1920... Now we wonder if this peculiar perjury. lie has broken faith and should be | Carey's Roofing $1.40 per roll and up : 0

series of happenings will cause superstitious removed front office,, if by force." .

aspirants to refrain from become for the .
We advocate more dire punishment repair or modernize any type of .

ing candidates in 1940. members of the 1935 Florida senate, who failed to .. .
building on insured credit '

Several high church dignitaries, in- they reapportion all be lined the senate.up on the Our first suggestion dock built at is Ocala thht i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co i j

cluding th'e Bishop of Liverpool and Dean when the canal is dug, and pushed overboard. The first National Back of West' -
I Key
Inge of'SL Paul's London have declared I r : Phone. .. 598.. White. and Eliza Streets' : 1 1"Your

against the doctrine of eternal punishment I Nobody loves life like an old man and 2:. 2j

The Bishop says: "We are well rid of with each passing day it becomes more Approved Mortgage Under the home is worthy of the best" *

this teaching." A good many of us hope<<: I precious to him, even though the physical' .. ..

the terrors of the hereafter have 'been and mental enjoyment diminishes with the FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION :...........:................................. ......................:

considerably" exaggerated. J advancing of time. __ I. -.5' ;. ,. II' .I.1'.6






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'fOl"II: Laurie, to fe tore
body would know anything about
rttk Sc!.. Moor*-bra they are iCo SPORTSICARDS
the eiidat l a +.r..cfer.'a1l4u. It, she added recklessly.< IN DIAMONDBALLBOTH

York tame Xlbcry.k4a erewlaa4 airplane !moac. marry- Albry turned to the airman, I (By JOVE)

I..r.r w*. rmptoyt bott Rut and "Art! yon quite out of your mind. In the Senior League the Buy
taurif. Alftr ka / "
foreldden ? '
tavrit ewe to ae. Re* Moor*, fa IN Bees will play Bermuda on Wed-
"As Laurie has told I It BOYS
Complicate Biairrri. Lattrit fe tcor- you was an nesday! night and the Lopez ten TEAMS SCORED HEAVY
tied ebony ker aster Oladiit and old bargain. seemed good
\ This! a
Jatiml Donna awd'rk..ke ,o<. HARD PRACTICE FOR BAT-r will tackle the Firemen on Fri- Iff' EIGHTH INNING
(. ask OoRat tot to' .*. Glady chance. In perfect conditions. ; FINAL
1 day night. These
again...*.i*M.* tearing tkt tat by "Is there any reason why I TLEi FIWE OF; are the games on
I to.Marry."a etrrle*<.,.tcom. Rt. .kat caked shouldn't go. now I'm here?* the girl I 1.............._.eaeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeae," 1 EXHIBITION: 'J schedule for the week. SCORE OF CONTEST WAS 12
put In warmly. Sbe had forgotten RETAINLEAD ; : sPO :r PROMISIED TO 7
.Chapter 42 her fear of Albery In her bitter diet DOINGS:. ARRANGE SOCIAL i!

appointment. DESPITE -
-I absolutely forbid yon to go." Al I
{ next afternoon Laurie was bery said. He spoke with Inexplicable ..... (By GRAVY) Tonjfcht the big benefit diamond ( LEAGUE GAMES!!| (By JOVE)

I'' : In her office la London wben the violence. "Ton will come !back with LOSS OF GAME, eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeI 'e..e..e.e.ee.e..e.e,a : a11 game will; be played and I Iboth'"dubs t : .;I The Bermadas won their aec-

I brlrate telephone 11.. from Fen m* to tb*. house at .one*. Too seem I, Our personal glimpse today will him a brother-in-law of the head i are on edge and ready | -- :,. ond straight game' last night. It

L IarettoD rant throo: was a pitcher' battle for seven

.Reeled to hear Mark She his BENGALS AND MACKMEN DI- as one of the greatest players in Dongo. Well our hero soon changed -o Ward and A. Lunn and C. Gates The Social League will play one inning, but after that the Fire
rolce.f met cold
Albery'i ,
eyes * ii I the game today, and I refer to that have been throwing that ball for'I Ia p game today at Bayview Park. The j I II l; Eaters went to pieces and the
was not In London. But It wux so full of something like hatred, VIDE DOUBLEHEADER CINCINNATI the lady's name to Cruick-: I
; genial electrical guy Mr LouisCruicks.'tank. I week and they are on edge. I I Administration I
Moore apeaklng. that all the spirit went out of ber. shank and now it is "Mr. and will play the Bay-J[game ended 12 to 7.

Laurie, do yon UU want me to Ile was her: master; abe could do REDS TRIUMPH t Our hero, born over in j i Mr.', is the nam ." There will be three events before view Stars. This game will bej j!: In the eighth both, clubs scored,
B In the aIr!" be was the frame. played at 5 m. j\
< yon up asked. nothing. Sbe turned away from Rex p.
Well hero took
ijf rolce rant !In her eara. Sbe bad Moore, not'daring: to look at him OVER BROOKLYN bonny: Scotland end as a child [|I' the our in great due of time up Some of the fastest runners in I On _Thursday afternoon the]I the Baker five and the Firemen
beard; It for daya She trembled again.That beanUfnl drearo day was would pluck a piece of heather game course the Senior League will competein Lighthouse will play the Bayview j t(r four It was the biggest inning
I because that is all he heard day I
b a Joy that was half fear, and not tQ be, ( and chew on same the way Willie the contest to determine the Stars. These are the two games 1 I: of the game.

itched off the connection to At.fy's Moore abrugged bU Impatient tsee.l .. The rill..) Kemp does a sand spur when he''I and night in .his with office the and so who he player who can circle the bases II on the schedule for the week.I I'! At bat the leaders were Nunez
plays now along boys
private room. It the must not shoulders, as ff throwing from him : NEW YORK, Aug. .-Despite I is nervous. :I the quickest.In : i
shoot from 46 to 56. and B. Roberts. Nunez hit two
p him at least she could speak toP all tbe bothers and complications: St. Louis' loss to the Phil- ; It seems that Louis left the old anywhere the long distance throwing !
that Infest tile 'earth, and climbed: lies yesterday afternoon. 4 to 3.;i country when a young man and i ij || Louis hits a good ball off the contest it is said Ingraham, Sterling -, LEAGUE STANDINGS!;, safely in three times up. and B.

t .TWbyr she asked. Into his plane. the Cardinals still retained their j] has been a great and good: citizen -;I I tee but it is apt to travel other'j'; Albury, Bethel, Hires and a I Roberts one hit and walked three
'" '*Becanse there's a good chance torow. Albery stood still tQ watch him half-game lead in the National i! of this noble country for some :j!I places than where he is looking or j:j: few others will compete. :,: --- times.In .

/ I'm going to do a rather in- take off. > League's pennant race. This was eleven or so years. i I wants it to go. j S The next event will be the 100- AMERICAN LEAGUE J.{
tsting little flight .with an altl-, It was;, a perfect. performance; the due to the fact that the Giants Anyway our hero got tired of However, he has a very good:]i yard dash. The folowing havealready Clnb-r- W. L. Pet. the field Jones and Cerezo

'. test. Quite safe. It was a sort of plane rose, after a short skim.:bird. also lost being defeated by the? chewing heather! and heard about I t golf form and if he would practice -:j decided to try their luck in Detriot ......-- ..--...... 76 43 .6391 for the Bakers and Salinero and

..jtaln.. wasn't Itr like Into the air. Pittsburgh Pirates 10 to 2. ,. some luscious pears grown up in I a little more and take more i! this contest: H. Gate's. Hale, Bethel New York .... ..... 66 51 .564 Brady for the Fire Eaters played

:Albery baa told me 'I must not The'next Instant Albery turned to The Chicago Cubs who were the great state of Rhode Island.j,., note of what is wrong with his i and Baker. Boston ._...__....._... 66 59 .5181)good.
any more- she said In a her Impassive smoothly courteous.Inviting i So he migrated to that minute'' game he would btf one of the best Cleveland ..._......_. 62 58 .517''
J.Jr idle yesterday gained a half-game I And to top it all, fans will fee 1
Score R. H E.
voice. "He said It would her back to the house. on the leaders because of' the state which in the old days was players, because after all, form is I the best nine innings of play they Chicago ..-_..-.-_ 60 57 .513, by innings:
I mean to your plans. "1 am glad'I was In 'time to' prevent looses.' j i known as the Commonwealth off one of the main things to know. have ever witnessed in a Philadelphia ___..... 51 64 .443)) Bakery, 011 100 054-12 10 5

Bex's voice. me over In a rough yon from making a fool of yourself The Yankees and White SOX |I Rhode Island and Providence Plan- His iron shots are usually too moon and between the many eternal Washington ....._. 50 69 .420 Firemen 100 200 040- 794

'cb. Lame be said.: I one-half tation. !short which indicates a; lack of rivals St. Louis ...__ 45 72 .385 Batteries: B. Roberts and A.
battled for five and hours of the
: diamondball. Lopez
b Albery need cevcr won't know.be here He's tomorrow.off to Ber.; drove straight back to I' without getting tnywhere; in the I j Anyhow, Louis migrated to that practice and he misses some short Funeral Home and the Busy Bee :=::.. Castro; L. Castro and J. Case.
ALBERT town of Pawtucket and since : putts and then turns around and NATIONAL LEAGUE
American League pennant race as I Bakery.
p tonight. You're not a slave ,taking Laurie with him. the Rhode Island is the smallest!' state knocks in some long ones that Club- W. L. P ..tSt Standing of the clubs:
contest 1
Chicago took opening It is that
unrte j I trged fans turn out
-yet? Or a .prisoner, are They set to work In tbe office a* soon I ......__.. 44 .627
rfonr 9 to 8 in 15 innings and New:' in the U. S., he decided to come' even Sam Harris would be happy I I in large numbers as this is a bene- I Louis .m. 74 Clnb- W. L. Pet.
as they got there although It was to one of the smallest counties in to 'miss. I New York ..........._. 74 45 .622 Bermuda Bakery ..,_ 2 0 1.000
1 She choked down a little sob. He York came back to square accounts fit game for one of the most -
four o'clock. bad popular
/jld 't understand. already' Albery a 7 to 5 in the nightcap.which I any state and finally wound up in All in all, he is a pretty good : diamondball and baseball players : Chicago ..._._.......... 75 49 .605 Lopez Funeral Home 0 1 .000
"Never great many letters to get off. He was to Monroe County.When player who needs to watch his; Pittsburgh! .......m_... 69 55 .557 !1 Firemen .................... 0 1 .000
mind. If yon don't want going to Berlin tonight instead of was cut seven inningsby of the city, Cyril Griffin. i iI i
ion! be said angrily. yesterday.! He had been held up by darkness. i) our hero arrived on the frame and he will soon be placing I I The sports events will begin at !i: Brooklyn ..._... ....., 54 66 .450'j 1 Busy Bee ..._........._... 00 .000
she Athletics and'I ecene he had a great big golf bag Bobby Cruickshank, his namesake, Philadelphia ........ 53 68 ..4381Cincinnati -
Again was seized with one of the unexpected arrival of his chief The Philadelphia o'clock and right after the 100-
j I hose Inexplicable. Irresistible! im business colleague !In Australia the the Detroit Tigers broke even in I Ia I I of solid leather; he was dressed for a few dimes cups or maybe 18 yard dash the contest will get under .... ......... 53 70 .431 cage banker, onetime vice presi-

yulses.I very man who bad discovered Laurie twin bill, the American League, i, in the height of golf' fashion and just the honor. I way. Boston .................... 32 87 ..269CeeeeSe0C5CCeee.e..e.e dent and ambassador, born at
I' "Yes. IU come" she said."1'4 love In Sydney and sent ber to England. I champions taking the first game i when he said his name was Mr. Artman's two boys Poly Marietta, Ohio, 70. years ago.

10.- Now b* was tbe business man. 13 to 7, and Philadelphia winningthe : Cruickshank everybody thought and "Pierce-Arrow" Norman hereby -
H. gave ber quick directions: concentrated on his work. Laurie I second 3 to 2. Ij IjI i I. the great Bobby C. was in town. extend a challenge for a golf TODAY'S GAMES Today's Birthdays Dr. James H. Breasted of the

where and wben to meet him. was tbe perfect secretary. Not. a personal Hal Trosky's twenty-second.! Well, our hero worked very match between themselves and" University of Chicago, famed

As she listened, her heart leaped word passed between them. home run of the season! knockedover ;hard for the Key West Electric i Pious William Watkins and part AMERICAN LEAGUE I eeeeeeeeee..eeeeeeeoeeee scholar and archaeologist, born at

In her breast* like a live thing. When she brought him tbe letters the right field screen in the [, Company and met a pal named ner "Papa" Russell Kerr the New York at Chicago. U. S. Senator Peter Norbeck of : Kxrltford.: Ill. 70 years ago.

It was the roost beautiful Dearly to sign and be had finished them and eighth inning, enabled the Cleve->Juanita, who had the last name 'match to be played anytime, anyplace Washington at St. Louis. South Dakota, born at Vermillion,:

morning Laurie had seen In her l life handed them back. to ber. be said! l In tend Indians to defeat the Boston j I', of Dongo which naturally makes 1 j ] for anything. Philadelphia at Detroit. ,'i S. D., 65 years ago. | Eugene G. Grace president of
Sbe was up with tbe dawn and his smooth voice: Red Sox 4 to 3. .. Boston at Oleveland. I Bethlehem Steel, born at Goshen,
caught the first train of tbe day to 'Laurie' have I your promise that I' N. J. 59
years ago.
Tory Freitas outpointed Tom! Stephen T. Early, secretary to
Cambridge. Already. In the train you will not repeat this folly Will eeeeeeeeeeeee.eee.e..e.CLASSIFIED COVERS MANY MILES NATIONAL LEAGUE i
Zachary in a mound duel l as the I the President born at Crozet, Va.. i
she felt thai she was fly Ing-that yon please give me your word that Cincinnati Reds defeated the Pittsburgh at New York Dr. Arthur C. Wherry of Salt
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she had left the earth and .; years ago.Theodore j
would I
yon will not see Rex Moore again
never come down again.. Brooklyn Dodgers. 3 to 2,- in the .r. ATHENS, Ga.-William J. Rustell Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Lake City noted dental! surgeon
I "Yes. I give you my word. she I
Chicago at Boston. born at Edgerton, Kans, 55 years
Tbe car was there outside the station. I answered quietly. first of a four-garae series. j postal employee of this city, Dreiser famous
I In the National League the I COLUMN I I St. Louis at Philadelphia. novelist born at Terre Haute,i iInd. :.;:0.
It was nearly an hour's drive I "You can get off now" be added. .estimates that he has ridden a bicycle I ,
to.. Alberts private alr'neW. :"I will call for at place to Chicago Cubs aid Boston Braves I 1 .. 64 years ago. ,I
Res Moore wall there, waiting for take out for yon a late your meal before were not scheduled! and the game ...............I******** 1000,000 miles during 40, Subscribe to The Citizen-20c> Owen Johnson. novelist, bornin
I you years of service. !weekly. Charles Gates Dawe of CM-i| i New York City 57 years ago.
ber the of tbe in the youngeirceit between
at entrance to one I I leave for the station. am going FOR RENT i I i

great bansara.: But be told her he by the nlgbt service. If I could only the Washington'Senators and the --- ---- --- --.. U ____ ._-- __ ___ _
was not going up for another half take yon with me!" he added fixing St. Louis Browns was postponed BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod!I =

hour or so. and Insisted on taking glowing, ardent eyes on her. beca-use of rain. ern conveniences and garages.'I

tier to the canteen to have a cup. ofcoffe Sbe went cold and stiff expecting The summaries follow: Apply Valdes. Bakery. I -.
apd something to eat. him to take her !in his arms but Just NATIONAL LEAGUEAt aug8-lmo I
"I can't find my usual mechanic then one of the departmental managers Philadelphia R. H. R II I
anywhere. be said as they left tbe ram into tbe room. and she St. Louis _:----J 9 1 PIANO TUNING I
canleeA.H.. seems to bar entirely ,, escaped.A Philadelphia .._.,_._ 491 I ,
disappeared and nobody knows little later, as he was leaving Batteries: Walker, Hainea and i PIANO-TUNER, Laureano )tOo I II
where he la. Quite new man la on the office. Albery's telephone rang. Delancey; Jorgens and Wilson. I reno. Excellent piano for sale I
duty. I found him filling my. tank He beard Rex Moore's voice.

when"Docs I got that here.matter" !" abe asked. band.The He receiver went as dropped white' as from a sheet his At New York R. H. E.Pittsburgh cheap.; 1018 Division aug26-lmox street. !I \ I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

-Of course rot. Only I can't think His lips curved Into a ghastly; grin 10 15 0
New York _..._._ 2 11 1 ROOMS
where Brown can bare got to. I was of horror. As be picked np tbe receiver I :
used to him. Now we may as well again he shook so that It Batteries: Birkofer and Pad- I ,
push off. It's a two control machine. rattled against the table. It was sevv I den; Smith. Gabler Stout, Munns\ : "THE IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled

Perhaps 111 let yon take the controls eral seconds before b* could find his and Mancuso. : in., price and location, Star American Coffee ROSES
running water. 128 N. E. 4th
when we're up-If you're very voice and then It boomed In his own THIS SPACE
street Miami. Fla. -
good! Ha gave one of his rare boyish. ears like thunder. although cnly. a At Brooklyn R. II. E. aug26lmoxFOR i iI I You'll find out how

Jaugbs. whisper went over the wire. Cincinnati _'_'_ 3 12 2 SALE FLORAL PIECES A
"That will be grand' said Laurie "Is that Mr. Albery Moore was Brooklyn _,,_ 211 1 I 328 SIMONTON ST. good it fg when you try

frcltcdly. asking. "Please put me through to Batteries: Frey and Lombard!; PRINTING-Quality Printing at I'I'I the first cup, tb 25c. SPECIALTY 12 InsertioD'P
"In you get. Mr. Alberta private 'phone! Mr. AI-' and -
Zachary Lopez. I the Lowest Prices. The Arc-
belly* Rex. Moore speaking!" man Press I L U M BIN G LARGO, Ib tlcl
then a voice came from the "Albery speaking! Rex-how did aug7 i iI PLANTS and VINES
AND Chicago and Boston, not .sched! V. 8c S. Ib 15c.
behind her. It go? His left hand clutched at his ,
uled. I CORNER LOT, with two houses.I PER MONTH
She beard Rex Moore give a sharp>> throat. "
exclamation of surprise and anger. "A devil of a mess." came tbe an- Reasonable. 1209 Pearl street.I Roasted in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA

She almost fell back, and Rex lifted swer. "H might have done for me. A AMERICAN LEAGUE aug20-6tx : DURO PUMPS

ber to the ground. fool of a new mechanic filled my 'I First Came I '' STAR COFFEE MILL
Mark Albery bad Jut come up. tank with the new fuel. Where could At Chicago R. II. E. I PERSONAL CARDS- 100 printed I PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY

hurrying with his swift,light! graceful 'beware! got 'It from? Brown was""ne.- Ii New York, : .'_-3 cards, $1.25. The Artman 512 Greene Street .. $3 00 .

strides. His face was as Impassive : where ta be found. He Isn't here Chicago ___.___, __ 9 17 0 II Press ng7 I PHONE 348 Phone 256 e '
cs ever,but his vole was like a whip I now. I tried altitude flat That went Batteries: Gomez. W. Brown PHONE S97

"What can this mean? What are I was Just getting speed when I noticed and Deshong; Fischer and Wyatt. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

|yon doing her. LanrleT" something queer. Bang It went bundles for Sc. The Citizen Office I
She said weakly "I thought you -sam* as before. I was four thousand Second Game I octl SI -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARK HERE

were In. Berlin! feet up. But I'd taken a para- At Chicago R. H. E. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE'a.
low that made chntc. so. I'm still alive. The plane I
III girt a laugh The Artman Press ug7 .
New York __ 7 11 0 THE KEY WEST ,
bee tremble. Is burnt out In a field. That stuff Is Jewfiala, 211>>.. 3Sc

"Obviously. 1 was prerented from Impossible. I thought. I'd let youknow Chicago Batteries Murphy and Jorgens 561 WANTED Yellowtail Steak, 2 l1>>a. 3Sc Office I 3t9 Dtna1 Street 1'.e.
going at the last moment" He at once ;
Salveson and Shea. Yellowtail" .a Boa 2 l1>>a 25c
Moore's vole was ordinary WANTED A tfhanee SUNDAY STAR
paused as If trying to control blrolelL to bid on :
When b* spoke again his voice enough. But was It Just a little tqo your next printing order. The Ceoper, 2 11>>.. 2ScI

waa silky. "Hav yon forgotten my
warning about being seen with something? Did he suspect the new At Detroit R. H. E. I Mattoa Ftaly 2 16. 2Sc Sabaipti" $% Po Year .

Moore? Or did you deliberately! take mechanic. The new fuel-by mistake Philadelphia .. ,_- 7 16 3 I TI'J" Yr ...Ie At
advantage of my absence ? Detroit __:__13 17 0 FRESH SHRIMP Key W.at' Only I Sunday -THE-
The cirri spirit rose. With the greatest effort of his life Batteries: Dietrich and Rich- )1 Paper Delmoll Restaurant

"1 did not think this once could Albery recovered himself. ards; Crowder and Hogsett. I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY ORTER ALLEN
( 1531. CtralU Bnuneu Office Citizen "w..r Beer lie
matter. she said. Some time ago .Copyright Stauton RUSSELL'SCIGAR ----

Rex promised to take m* up In tbe LOWE FISH COMPANY Building
Laurie aDa'' has coup t. be Second Game I "s c..,.. Dinners ----
air with him. I dtdnt COMPANY
suppose any- worr.ed over Glad" torwwre
At Detroit R. H. E.
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Detroit _._.__ 262
ee 11'eee.e..ee.eeeeeeeetToday's' Indiana, born in Augusta,, Co.,. Va. STOREDaily ,
Batteries Blaeholder and
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Died August 23, 1838. AARON McCONNELL
i I worth; Bridges and Cochrane.At Our Reputation fa rapPRITCHARD
536 Fleming Street, ,.t JENNIE B. DE BOER
Anniversaries I 1796-Sophia Smith New Eng- Cleveland R.. IL. E, '< pod in -rr package

land philanthropist; founder of .... _.' _._. Baseball Returns FDNERAL HOME
Boston : 391
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the college for women bearing Cleveland .._.__ 482
1741-Joseph Reed Philade-: ,i her name, torn at Hatfield, Mass. Batteries: Walberg and R. Fer-. JBy Fire Watch -
:1 Died there June 12 1870. PRINTING Dlplfw. S'.patlst ede.
Iptia soldier, noted soldier of the rell; Pearson and Phillips

Revolution the great' ;' Ceerteep-

I rtatesmen-patrioU among of the period! I 1805-Sallie C G. Law, the Washington at St, Louis postponed COME Itt AND GET THE 0 DONE BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

Teniu matron who labored : rain. RESULTS OF THE
Memphis, -
in the carse of the Confederacy MAJOR BASEBALL ---THE-
[March 5, 1875.

Died June 28, 1894.1809Hannibal ; FUNERAL I See Him For Your Next W0rb ARTMAN p Aaw.-e Serves -
-George W. F Hegel! ,, 1 1s. -:

famed German philosopher, born. .- *C Kr West CIGARS, CIGARETTES. ALL PRICES REDUCED Citiae LADY ATTENDANT
Died Nov. U, 1831.1172Cideon Ilamlin Vice HMC:.mtmrr. I SOFT Heersa 9 t. 12-1 e. 6 Citizen Office
Prerident in Lincoln's first term.i DRINKS
24 Hear Aihaleae.Ser.1c PHONE 51.
Blackburn, eloquent Maine governor; and U. S. Senator -: EsaWs.ee. i I] ETC.. Open Sat.rJay Night. na ... N..er SL.pe

Southern Presbyterian born at Paris Hill Maine.: ....13S Night 69"I I 14 .

clergyman and missionary to thee Ded:: at Bangor, July! 4, :181.y .:. .. ,



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I N.Ti. it.1:: I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED .1 rl4'I TO SUBSCRIBERSIf -DeMolay PALACERussell--Labor-Day-Dance.-

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f --------- -6 r"I1IotnGSpOdiht" :-: : : I Hopton-Irene Ware in
Mrs Rosalind Palmer returnedyesterday 1, Francis Dion left yesterday you do act recei. y .rpaper
visit with' :I -..-.--.-..--.-.-.---.------------.-.----------.-.-.-.-.-..--..-.--..-.--..- CHEERS OF THE CROWD
; from a abort afternoon for Miami where he : The counterpart -- ------------ --------- by 6:15 o'clock !i. th..lleno .

friends i at Homestead, Fla.Dr. will remain for'several days with of the worlds Social! Club Has Plan Dance For _., call telephone 51 -alsoJoe -
friends: sad a paper will l..e.t to Louis-Lee Ramger Fight
.- and Mra. Ramon Rodriguezand I I It i 1QI'the Normandi'c.f ocean liner, Enjoyable Meeting I I Friday Evening your home. A complaint boy Matinee: S-10c; NicI>U IO.IScHire

their children Charles and i, Mrs. Bertha McConnell, who i, on duty at this offic. from
Ramona who were spending awhile '' was enjoying a pleasant visit with bus teen faithfully Muki-Muki-O Club was Muki-Muki-O Club will sponsor 6:15 to 7:15 p. _. for the

with relatives in Miami, returned -1: her daughter, M is. Lawton Watson -I j- cooiedto the most fully entertained Jast y deliJht-1 I Lucky: Dance at Cuban Club purpose of delivering com
yesterday over the East f and a host of friends. leftyesterday *\mNwltadlururices Misses Juanita May: plaint Help us Siva i yon 100
starting at9:30
Coast. for her home*in Miami. Jjfldetoilt to serve es" chado and Celestine Friday evening p rc.at service by eating 51 I
1.0 background for S:o'clock. if do not receive Tbe Citi-
I the home of Mrs. P. Oropeza on yon .l
Asa Whittaker, who arrived r j Columbia's"Atlantic White street. II An excellent floor show has zen.
Mrs. Cr J. Peat and daughter.
spending Sunday, left yesterday to join Bridge and Michigan were the I been arranged for the event and
Miss Alice, who were '
Several weeks with relatives at ]Mrs. Whittaker who recently un- "' Adventure? principal diversions of..kthe eve includes some of the best local I1'.J e'.I'.I'.I.4T MIr

Islamorada, returned on the I derwent an operation in one of the G+rrll ning. Prize was awarded to Miss!. talent. Numbers on the program -

,morning train yesterday. hospitals in Miami. was the fgihc : Grace Rivero. Delicious tfresh-I are: COMMENDS WORK'
toot s NvJ ments consisting of pineapple i Song, Miss Rosemary Saunders. This
Mrs Tracey Knowles. daughters tap dance .,'. drink sandwiches and candy were i Song, Miss Olga Ramos.
and children OF LOCAL UNIT
Mrs. C. E. Crusoe Sunday Misses Dorothy and Ethelyn and *n a tad/i4rg f served. Tap dance, Gerald Pinder. Army Of
train I
left on the afternoon of- son David who were spending a picture. t Miss Sara Bello, who is visiting: Piano selection, John Pritchard. I

for weeb'with Miami for relatives a stay and while in Key West with relatives here from Tampa was a guest of, The big feature of the program I "Salesmen"THEY'RE
several 'and were guests at the home of s g M.jp the club at the party. Miss Bello,will be a surprise number. Speaking; of the work done at

friends. [Mr. and Mrs Everett Sawyer left s_ g gij..TT. X. j was formerly of this city but for!: John Pritchard's Orchestra will the Marine hospital J by the firm TilE ADVERTISING
yesterday for Miami and after f fK has been furnish good of dance
., a the past several years a program I of Cates and Dongo and to whichhe
Tony Cruz left Sunday afternoon to'-'I i brief stop there will embark for making her home in Tampa. :I rhythm for the affair. gave his approval yesterday. COLUMNSof

for Miami en route their home in Nassau, N...P. Those present were, : Misses Vir-,i I Ricardo Wallace, engineer for
Tampa where he expects to terrain Grace Rivero. Dora Machado
ginia Perez Edna Pinder. Rosemary -
I the United States treasury department -
indefinitely. Robert H. Givens. sr. left yesterday Saunders Elsie Christensen!I I Ophelia Machado. Celestine I said, "It is a fine job."

I afternoon for Miami aftera Aheosy coot Cecilia Ellsworth. Isabel Armayor.' son and Juanita Mayjr.I / JOhn-I I "Although handicapped, throughno The West
Mrs. Julius Collins was an outgoing -', short visit with relatives and danwarirttd.\ Solita Cobo. Grace Perez. Celia'I'I Mesdames Evelio Cabot I fault of theirs by the loss of 20 Key
passenger over the East friends. Salgado! Cbnsuelo Carmona,: Oropeza.
days, the work wr.s completed two CitizenThey'll
Coast Sunday afternoon after a.I I _
days before schedule time and exceeded -
short visit with relatives and Mrs. W. V. Millington left on rTgdorilarP. :+ t intotxlai the specifications requiredby
friends. :the afternoon train yesterday for afiraAeJeG'ei I and oil painting a special coursein the government," Mr. Wallace take your messageto
Miami where she will remain in- Harry o Nrras boo lt LOCAL CONVENT I china; painting is given to outside told The Citizen. every home in the city

Mrs. Eugenia Freyberg and ,definitely. comedian,is qrvomny his toNeudYor AinfontSAs4otheetnigldconsoro I Ifdies every Tuesday and The entire wall" in the southernend and SELL 'EM your waresor

son, Edward arrived yesterday I from Cope Cod SCHOOL TO OPEN I 1Vednesday.'s of the structure was taken out services.
from St. Augustine and ireiguests ': Mr. and Mrs\ : Merrill Stirrupand Hornmokes faces at the younoster; biaayapwale an- and replaced. The lower section :

of Mr. and Mrs. Tony r\r-i son Dan, accompanied by lotto mimics hun! COM1NGTUESDAY I I other feature. Besides the complete is three feet thick, the middle sec, PHONE
thur. ',I II Charles Wesley Goethe Jr., left r. :! kindergarten course special I tion is two feet thick andthe upper 51
: J I',Sunday afternoon for Jacksonville -I section is 18 inches.
I. -- attention is given to those who are I II
R. P. Murray, customs officer*' where they will spend a I many points included in his itin-!: !I of age to begin the primary work. I The Citizen
while with relatives and friends. MEMBERS OF FACULTY ARE DeMolay Labor Day Dan e"I
in charge at Hershey, Cuba, arrived -i( erary. HOLTSBERGS GO I A course of approved physical I I
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yesterday on the Steamship i :1' NOW MAKING FINAL PREPARATIONS exercises is included for children
Cuba from Havana, en route to! Mrs. Carl Miller and son Billy,I t B. D. Trevor left over tne Eazt I 0: 4 to 6 years of age. j MUKIMUKI0LUCKY
his home Dothan who were in Key West as guests Coast TO RECEIVE I
in Alabama toI I yesterday afternoon to Singing and elocution are also DANCEFriday
spend his annual vacation. I of iPrs. Miller's\ mother, Mrs i spend the night in Miami and to-, '' given, proper attentino. Sister

... Joseph, H. Jerman, left yesterday I! day at Iblamorada and other Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holtbberg PUPILS FOR TERM AHEAD i i Mary Lumena will again be in August 30, 9:30 till ? I

Ricardo Wallace, engineer inspector 'for the home in Orlando. i points on the keys I were outgoing passengers/ over the !charge of the kindergarten this CUBAN CLUB 1R
for the treasury depart-, I East ,Coast yesterday afternoon, The Convent of Mary Immaculate .'
ment, who was in Key ]West on''! Mrs.\ Eliza A1 my da. who was Mrs. Fernando- has re-, on a short business and buying high school, accredited with year.St, Joseph School for boys of- idm. lOc to 75c; Ladies. Free FLORIDA

business, left yesterday I'[upending' several weeks in Key turned to Miami\ where she is en- trip. the Southern Association of Colleges fers the complete grammar grades, J AC KS OMVlt.tTl. .
noon for Ft. Pierce. afLer-I' West as guest of Mr.' and Mrs. gaged as a nurse after a visit here I They will visit some of the important -'I and Secondary Schools, will but not the high school Bourse this
Willard Bell left yesterday after- with Mr .and Mrs. A. Rodriguez at centers and select stocks begin its 68th scholastic year on year. THIS ROOF n. GEORGE ,

noon for Miami and will spend a 212 New street, and also visitingfor of the latest styles in hats clothing Tuesday" September 3. j I I St. Francis Zaviers school for WILL OUTWEAR WASHINGTON JOO a-...
t Gonzalo Bezanilla, manager of;; while there as truest of Mr. and a few hours with her husband ; and dress goods for women, This institute: is so well knownto colored children is also directed YOUR HOME t 1 s.....s-.. #:. :
the Palace Theater, who took his: Mrs.\ Ge r Walker, before re- who is employed on board the and children. all the people of Key West that by Sisters of the same order. w n.Saar w_..tW..-.s h.' ,
little daughter to Havana for a : __......
there is need of going into de lor
turning to her home in Tampa. steamship Cuba. no ..-- -
tonsillotomy, returned on the tails hiH>ut its course of study: DeMolay Labor Day Dance. I 6A.A Steamship Cuba yesterday. I II Charles Albury. prominent business Mrs.Thomas L. Kelly, son Conway FRUIT SHIPMENT and what it offers .it is stated. !'i IATES.-..S'O.- .......
and daughter Mary Ellen, Besides the high/ school and

William Vassie, machinist with : who was man spending of Miami a and while Nassau with who were visiting at the family AT LOWS\ STORE grammar grades it has a completecourse Positive Relief MAYILOWER
the lighthouse department, left i' home in Virginia and with Mrs. of music, including organ, r tan 1.....
relatives in Key West, left Sunday I ..
yesterday afternoon for Port:1 i Kelly's brothers in Baltimore,, piano and all the stringed instrument -'s I % a.e ss.
1 I afternoon for his home in : f..dlo.ewra.
Everglades, to make repairs to Miami. have returned. I Regular weekly! shipment of Art is also a leading fea- for MALARIA! ::T. ; li r- -a,
one of the electric lanterns. fruits and vegetables will arrive ture in the school and besides TX7HEN you have Careyitone ; ...+ier..t.IuTES. .
I Charles Kerr, brother of Robert r V Shingles put on a buildmg.
Joe Brown. Jr., who was spend-I Claude H. Roberts, former bookstore Kerr, who had not been in Key j tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash drawing, crayon work tapestryDcMolay Sure End to Chills you cod roofing expense for ssae.r.FLAGI.El .
Grocery, 1117 Division: street. II fire-proof
these: tangle: are u
; proprietor. and veteran cigar; West for 18 years was a recent: ,
ing a while with his uncle and! The shipment which includes a Labor Day Dance. and FeverlIere's and weather-proof as atone.
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lykes Turner 1'| manufacturer of Key West who arrival, accompanied by Mrs Kerr; Made of asbestos and cement.
large variety of both fruits and real relief for Malaria m ....
had been on an extended visit to and their two sons, and after a SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAIPERMANENT Many colon and style so you -
left yesterday for his home in Mini various :i vegetables is expected to arrive Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic I IQuidIy y........_.- t
I points throughout the pleasant visit with relatives and -on- it the chills and fever can elect the Carrystone Roof
stops :
in the __M;;:
} country has returned to the city. friends { early evening. which best suit your building ....
I returned to their home in WAVESTwo and restores your body to comfort. -- a. i
I Mr. Roberts visited the San Diego Many remedies will merely alleviate the and you pocketbook. GA.AGI.a,
loI.cPa7.t:: Tampa. LOSES TROUSERS ..... .
Permanents be .dud.lATES..SAs.l.p
Q Careystone Shingles can
J. P. United States
,Exposition l OH symptoms of Malaria temporarily, butGrove's
in California duringhis J. for ,.._.._ laid fight over most old roofs, .
deputy marshal in Miami, <- Tasteless Choi Tonic all the
leftj: four months' trip and took in Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Plummer, Tex. Chief goes thus saving the cost of rrmovtnc
GAINESVILLE. Better Waves, $5.00 and np way and completely rids your systemof WEST PAl.M E CH
yesterday afternoon for Miami '
en' who
i many other sights at the various were spending a week in Miami -! of Police Sid Lowing of this cityi the infection.Grove's the latter. Let us show you
route to Cleveland, 0., with Irvin! points included in his wide itin- as guests of their son and MRS. MILLER samples and quote prices on this
i lost his trousers his revolver, a I Tasteless Chill Tonic it a real
Reed, federal prisoner captured:erary. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' 'when thief. Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J corrective of Malaria because it contains permanent roof for any braiding
watch and 36 cents a new or old. We can make your .
in Key West for using the mails Joseph Plummer, returned Sun two things.First,tasteless quinine which +"i W1 Haa
farther. aa
'broke into his home. dollars
to kills the Malarial infection in the blood. to
defraud: Mrs. Raymond di Primo who day. MONROE THEATERKay
Second,tonic iron which helps overcome
wad Binding>> ,avacation4in. KeyWest : .' Miss DeMolay: Labor Day Dance. Francis-George Raft in the ravages of the chills and fever and SOUTH FLORIDA >tT
Mrs. Elinore Gore and Virginia Blackwell
son returned
at the home of Mr. and Mrs I STRANDED fortifies against further attack.Flay safe I CONTRACTING A.
William Hershell, who were spending -', Sidney Mathews left Sundayfor to Key West Sunday over the check -alsoDRESSED -- Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It ENGINEERING CO. jts
-a while with relatives, left herhome, in Miami. East Coast after spending six' now comes in two sizes-SOc and$1.The
yesterday afternoon for the homein weeks in Columbia, Alabama, with i' MALARIA TO THRILL $1 size contains:2% times u much u the GEORGE WASHINGTON
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relatives. 1 Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra SOc size and gives! 25%;; more for your ISO .5411.
Kansas City. She was joined in Jack- i you
Wallace Dry Tortugas Bierre assistant light,' arrived kel'pe(1at I sonville by her brother, Emory]!.I in 3 day I ; 15-ZOcj Night: 15-25c I money.Get bottle today drugstore. Opi-.. J...d.-,... Id.r..1..rw..5i.....aW_....._i

"A'ndrew Albury of and also visited with relatives' SATES SJ.IID.. GAIAG_
keeper Dry yesterday morning and left in the COLDS -- -- -- w.

Tortugas light arrived yesterdayto afternoon for Miami to spend his there before returning home. Liquid; _T.LktsSalveN.seDr.ps first dmy' .'-.r-; _. .:'or:::. I
spend' his regular quarterly vacation vacation with his family. l
DcMolay Labor ... .
with his family. Day Dance. TONIC LAXATIVE -- --

.. Rev. Shuler Peele, pastor of the ................................................
_Mrs.\ William Waite, who was 'Fleming Street (Uptown) 'I= "
the guest of her brother-in-law'J dist Church, who had, been Metho-l'1 .er4'.I'I'I.4"IIIIIII"i MORE IICOLDIIWITH FOR

and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hy motor tour up the!) country as far '
man at the home corner Pearl and!Is: Virginia, has returned to Key I SALEt

Albury streets left yesterday for.] West. Rev. Peele reports having "Make Your
her home in ,Miami. J i had a most enjoyable outing at the Paper Pay _

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A merchant who advertises his prices

3OI 35 charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a :, Now you can have bigger savings than ever witha Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

and non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. new General Electric Refrigerator. New General head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS Why this big difference? Electric Refrigerators use 40%less current and hare I of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
the cold of 1930 models.
double producing
r i FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S >< capacity For price and terms apply to

AH-fteel cabinets with all modern cooveoicac I
4b ICE CO.I I !S By patronizing the' merchants who presentS features. "A e1aseaIed.- D-Ited mechanismthat

I heir prices frankly and openly each week you requires BO attention-not even oiliog. L. P. ARTMAN,
} --ING 9 Years Performance Protection for oQy'1 e
1 v1 11 I I\a: kelp to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT year on Monitor Top FUtop sod liftop. models The Citizen Office

I. Phone No. 8 OF KEY WEST.SMake 5

it I a I I Iii + I your paper pay you dividends. S The Key,. West Electric Co. Resident.1309 or Whitehead Street


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