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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 28, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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AisoclAted, Proas Dy Wire *,.- West Florida has the

Service. tC'! iatp W' ((ttt3cn most;equable weather, In the

For 55) Years Devoted to the ,, country; with an average

Best Interests of Key .West range of only Fahrenheit

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VOLUME LVI. No. 205. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




I.Australia Starts Making Study II r RAFAEL SHOWN RAMOS'TO'BE'OLD ?: : Additional Projects 'For Key ," : Wild Men" Of Seventy-Fourth Congress




Social Security. Activities I West Given WPA\ Approval Calmed Down No Unusual Events Recorded
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Premier Joseph Lyons Be- ARRANGE EXHIBIT MAN RECENTLY ARRESTED ,IN CR7 A.I.-... Press, ,I, --

GALA CIRCUS TO JACKSONVILLE: HAROLD KING MADE COMMISSIONEROF I Prediction That Certain
gins Scanning Plan In OF MANY ARTICLES KEY WEST HAD PREVIOUSLY Aug.

> YEARS IN BE MAIN EVENT 28.-Among the projects: Officials Were GoingTo
Movement On His Return :iRVED FOUR LIGHTHOUSES; RESIDED IN THIS f fI

TURNED OUT HERE PENITENTIARY: approved today by the Flor-'

From American i HERE LABOR.DAY ida Works Progress Admin! CITY WHILE HE WAS\ SUPERINTENDENT I 'Take Charge' Fell

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SERVICE who arrested I istration and sent to Washington --
PRORUCTS OF SOCIAL Rafael Ramos, was I

t ,. A.__'.... Prr.) I DEPARTMENT TO BE,' Monday by Captain of Police Al- "ANIMALS" OF EVERY DESCRIPTION for final review I Harold D. King who was atone and for others. The buoy that:
and
SYDNEY 28 A scheme berto Camero and charged with I time superintendent of light- I
Aug. I MOST FEROCIOUS outlines the channel seems to say PRICE
BYRON
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for national be SEEN AT WOMAN'S CLUB breaking and entering, assault! withintent" allocation of funds were: houses in the Seventh District "Let me take your hand and guide' thief .! n_...... The A..orlal4Looking .
insurance to to commit murder and theft INCLUDED. WILL BE I with headquarters at Key West, rr.. sasaiaaaer

operated jointly, by the federal ON MONDAY of a firearm is an old offender, I Key West-Provide em- was recently appointed by President you along this treacherous way to back over the eight
sheriffs office SEEN IN CELEBRATIONA I, Those who
the records in the ployment for Roosevelt commissioner oft security and safety.
and state government of A..> show. professional lighthouses.Mr. have developed this great service month of thp congressional sei.

Key Westers next Monday afternoon Late in June of 1930 he was j I musicians organized into King will be rememberedby have established a symbol not I' sion, one of the most difficult
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tralia, i.; being, considered by: arrested on a charge of grand larceny full round rf activities has a number of Key Westers as only for the far-reaching light-!

Joseph A. Lyons,,, federal,,,,prime i I will have their first opportunity and brought to trial at the band units. Federal funds I making his home while here at house system of the United States thing to understand i i. what b....
I display July term of criminal. court. lIe been planned for the local celebra- asked the corner of Caroline and White- but also a beacon of comforting};!
1 to see a complete $22,390. Sponsors I ;
minister who is back at. work way charged with robbing the j tion of Labor Day it was indicated head streets. ]I guidance to the. traveler in all''; pened te the "wild men" who

after of work turned out in wom Richardson grocery store. I contribution none. After taking the oath of officein walks of life. j I were were supposed at the turn
his I
homeward journeyfromLondon j At the trial it was brought out thi?' morning when plans, arranged the presence of Secretary of!I "It has been my privilege to'r

via the,Uni ted State. en's work and educational projects that he had secured only 30 centsin recreation department Key WestReconditioning Commerce Daniel C. Roper As-j visit personally several of the of the year to be in complete possession

t I I under the social service depart cash and a number of cartonsof through and interior sistant Secretary J. Mbnroe John- lighthouse districts and to inspect -,::
The schemewould., merge all cigarettes. Later he, said he of the Key West Admin decoratingof son and other officials the new: in some detail lighthouse)II of capitol bill.

ment of the Florida ERA here. had entered a number of stores fligh School. Federal commissioner was addressed by' depots and equipment I am' Political memory i.i notoriously
governments social services under and robbed them. but at no time istration, were announced. The follows |I thankful for the of
Secretary Roper opportunity
as :
The articles will be on display at funds short but perhaps readers will re
control of a federal health did he secure any large sum of day will be brought to a close asked $6,584. Spon- "Captain King, I congratulateyou surveying the lighthouse service'I
the Woman's Club from 4 p. m. 'call I that after the election of
money. sors contribution, 1496. on the opportunity for public from Florida to Maine and from i
council. to 6p.m. j Found guilty by the jury Ramos with a gala circus, to be staged at service which you will have as the Pacific coast along the great, 1934, one of the paramount topic

Uniform rates for pensions, Light refreshments will be served was sentenced to five years at KeyVestConstruct', culvert Commissioner of the Bureau of\ Alaskan Peninsula to the Bering of speculation was*whether President -
l labor in the state prison at the Navy Ball Field. I! '
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at the display. Tne refresh- for Lighthouses. This agency of public -! Sea. One cannot have had this! Roosevelt would be able to
drainage. Federal
workers' compensation, child endowment ,, Raiford. He served a little more Side shoes and concessions will : service is both old and honor-!'I intimate association with this hold within reasonable
I bounds the
ments will be prepared by mem- I
than four years of his sentence funds asked, $1,952. Spon-: able. It dates back in our history: sterling arm of Federal service i I
and widows pensions ben of the cooking classes which' and.was released less than a year I be featured at the circus and patrons I I to the establishment of our Fed- without appreciating fully the accomplishments -!: untamed spirit of radicalism

age, proposed.In are conducted: by the social service ago because, of good behe.vior. will. have .n hour and a half(sors contribution none. j, eral! Government, having been inaugurated which have writtena i: which presumably had been voted

department. While members! Other charges were nol prosaed, I to take advantage of them before in 1789 or during the history of unfailing !service. I i I into legislative power.
the of the colored classes are to pre- the judge considering the sentence i KeyVestResurface and
some respects
program the starts at r first administration of George "But. important as the past I I i The inflationists were rampantThe :
grand processional;
pare the refreshments white girls sufficient even though the defendant I i foil i[ sections of Eaton Emma Washington. Furthermore, it has record is, I visualize a still greater ; -
resembles the social security aims Townsend
the 7:30 plan was sweeping
will act as hostesses during should be found guilty of p. m. kept pace in its development with future for the Lighthouse Serv l
of President Frankh'a Rooseveltand afternoon: I the other offenses with which he I A great deal of ingenuity is be-I Fleming and Thomas streets.| the expanded requirements of ice. New developments in light-''eastward' like a prairie fire. Tile

.I Since this is the first time a', was charged. I ing employed in making the circus Federal funds asked $3,308.1 shipping and water travel, as well ing and marking methods will forces of revolution and com
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Premier Lyons often is described display of work done in women's : rp to standard, utilizing nothing I ias I abreast with modern thoughtand facilitate and improve the present munism were rising. Could the

work and educational projects will I( Sponsors: contribution, none., invention in providing safety basic service and prepare the way
as the ono chief executive EMPLOYES ON itut, "home products. There will President !stem the title?
the in I
have been open to public ( to property and to human lives. for amplifications and extensionsof
wbo most resembles the American Key West, persons in charge of the a "wiid man" a "fish girl".I Key West-Improve Nelson -I "It is an agency well balanced the present system. The recordof There can be no queation that
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the projects will be present to anI -[ BRIDGE WORKARELAIDOFF I "Siamese twins," and the like, as English Park for negroesand 1 in its interest in property and in the past Captain King, which the session has witnessed an appreciable -

President. Observers noted this 1 lower I any questions relative to the,1;t tr well as a variety of "animals: human beings. There is something you and your associates, and swing leftward in legislation
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likeness when the Australian called I r articles being,shown. j l most of which will be created herein I construct community inspiring to the thoughtful traveler those who have gone before you, alUgmgh the trend has

Mrs. Rolla: A. Southworth, di-; ,Key V est,.Th, affair is expet-,II I i when he looks upon one of have established constitutes aJrreat .' fallen fafcjt4irtjfjnany : ..
p. ,#,jat"tb." White H.ugera4ew-reeks, rector_of .,olJuen'* work project: {' building. Federal funds these light guides at sea 'or elsewhere challenge for the future..: r J't'J
I ed be lots of fun for older : I
other officials the! to per- I tions. The interesting thing however -
and State of
; in traveL consider it a deep privilege,I
water They seem
ask'ed. 12877. Sponsors
GIVEN AS
ao. WPA FERA tot' LACK OF FUNDS scns as.well as children. is to inquire into the origins
and are expected
r to say "Be of good cheer all is therefore to extend to you and to
Known "down under" as be in Key West for the display. I REASON FQIt CESSATIONOF I The first activity scheduled for. contribution none. welL Yes they seem to speakto your faithful assistants in and of this trend.
"This the time the day will be the Labor Day Bill Modified
is first such aj
II to the effect that someone out of the Washington office toy
"Honest Joe Lyons he has the West us
ACTIVITIES VETERANS circus starting at 10:30 Key Improvement !1
display has been open to the public paraue The first legislative proposal of
: is thinking of you and caring for sincere greetings my hearty congratulations
President's hearty greetings for : and we are anxious for Keys] NOT AFFECTED I o'clock in the morning. At, 1:30 lof I Thompson street by fill-' you. It flashes a soul force which and my good wishes' the session was the 4800.000

all comers. He has a crippled Westers to see the very fine work;! IPrr..cticdly I P. Id., swimming contests and field I 1 j overrides selfishness with unselI for continued service to humanity.' 000 Works relief appropriation. It
that has been done" Mrs. Nina I Kjorts will be staged at the Navy i'in?. grading and oiling. Fed- not from "wildmen" in
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right leg l as the result/ of an auto- : :sul employes on the I I fishness, manifesting interest in. Captain, turn on the lights. r came
Ryder Johnson, in charge of the! Ball Field, and at 2:30 the first of I but from the White Home
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mobile accident and he is the bridge project on the eral funds asked $4,964. ...... -
F i social service department, said' two baseball games will be played : j Actu received am idI

maker1'. of'' the Australia, of today. today. "I work Keys would were advised ceasejtoda.) Florida'l'! by the Lopez and'Beim'ic':, Bak-":: Sponsors contniuii ? 1one.I .1, I f. i I some indication4! of shocked ,,miIprfcJe -

Even more than the ,President,1 I During the band contert Bay: .'ther advices were received. cry eams. Immediately; afterward STEAMER 'GRANADA I PLAN TO CURTAIL, athe/ cajiitol, and congress

he fa a family man. Photographs'. view Park Monday afternoon al I I Arriving; over the East teams of the Busy Bee Bakery I Mikmi i Repairs: to 111 i : : i I demurred J for .weeks. before atf1 -
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of him with Mrs. Lyons, their five: style show of garments made in' the morning train today were a and City Firemen will cross, schools. Federal funds asked' COMING PORT FERA FORCE HEREABOUT ce. ting 1t, ,
the sewing unit will, be staged. JO 1 t Then followed list of
I number of employes; whose homes bats.The I a long
sons and six daughters hays done:I line of m .'ch of the paradeand (
j contribuJtion -
with
I ire in Key West. From several of $18,819. Sponsors measures, submitted Presidential
much to assure him a place in the participant are to be an-
these it was learned that those in I approval They included
hearts of Australians REGULAR TYPE I nounced later. $ $5,663.among VESSEL LEFT THIRTY MEN AND
I charge of theork said the lay I PHILADELPHIAI the utilities bill the social security

Quits Labor Alliances cff may last for 30 days possibly YESTERDAY ENROUTE WOMEN TO BE GIVEN FUR. bill, the bank bill, the AAA. and

Simplicity in politics as well I OF LIGHT FOR !longer, but that all of them would I I' TVA amendments the Guf/Vy/
I 1.e l returned to -"crk. VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PLAN FOR TO KEY WEST 'I LOUCH ON SEPT. 5 coal bill, the wealth taxes, thu
as' in is "Joe" Lyons'
appearance II Some feIN das; rgo The Citizen I I bill to prohibit gold clause suit,
watchword. He is no orator jit LOCALHARBOR carried a forecast of this cessa- and others.

a .straightforward idealist who tion of activities which it was OBSERVANCE OF CONSTITUTION DAY Steamship Granada, of the I About 30 men and women em-'I The record is that almost everyone

does what he feel is right. I throught at that time, may have I ployed by- the FERA recreaticnal; .f these measures was modified
lie was 50 and experienced ,onlyin NEW STRUCTURED PROPOSED'! been avoided by funds for the I Standard Fruit and Steamship by the men in congress to
I It work being made available, and it (".fetal I* Tk* Cl'lmen> Philadelphia department as sponsors and in take out some of the more extreme
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sailed from
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the administration of his native l t company,
AT GROUND" WILL
: ;I "NEW was said tl.at man: effort to have I NEW YORK. Aug. 2M.-l"lans.. the nations of me world,i I other capacities were notified yesterday provisions.

Tasmania when he rocketed into I AID IN MENAQt; TO NAVIGATION these! funds allotted for the work]I for nation-wide observance oft. i. certainly conducive to letter1 I yesterday morning bound for Key that on September C they Only, with respect to one im.
prominence to be made at I citizenship" he Aid "The philosophy I I I issue the boniw
as postmaster generalin was! once. would be forced! to on furlough portant1 --did the
Constitution Dcy on Tuesday the Porter go
to
West and consigned i
i These efforts-..' evidently i of the American form of 'President
Premier Scullin's federal labor! ere unsuccessful : find it necessary to use!
i I September 17, are being pushed constitutional government, with t'' I II without compensation until such
Dock
: it was said today. Only company.I the veto: The inflationary threat
ministry in 1929. I by patriotic civic and social organizations in other nation I[time as they could be: recalled to
few of the oct parallel
I 12 mnholdinj responsible -: any I I The vessel l is in the banana never arose except in that bill.
In January 1931' he broke I What type of light structure is i and technical positions it was ;I throughout the country in the world la; not difficult! to : : work. [The Townsend plan and ethic

away from his labor colleagues,!I to be placed on the "New Ground"I raid have been retained. i A. R. Giroux, chairman of understand, yet "1 is surprising I trade between American port I The notices advised that there leftist movements which the coun-

unable to condone their inflationist -' as indicated in an AssociatedPress I The lay off does not, at this I the National Constitution Day how few persons have made an I I and Frontera Mexico and is en I were projects now ,before the try heard so much of eight wont+ policy and tendency to theterwis in thecamps' i iI S effort to I'ecome: familiar with to the Mexican in ballast ,
repudiate I despatch to The Citizen, and i time affect route port state officials which should theybe t ago mustered only a handful of
financial commitments.I printed in the issue of yesterday Committee, central co-ordinating that distinctly American phil-I I I and with passengers I I support 2 at the capitol.

Forming the "United Australia". Superintendent William W. De- I organization, announced today.' osophy of jro"ernment which has While the vessel <3 being bunkered I approved would provide funds { What actually happened was al-
party he swept Scullin from office meritt was raked this morning, More than 50 national: organizations -' persisted while most of the other to carry on the activities. If, and >moet the reverse of what has
at the polls and assumed the fed]I "Exactly the same type as those TWO STAMP UNITS and their regional and local philosophies! of government the acid, provisions taken the pas- :I when, these project are Approved ; been advertised.

eral premiership. which have been erected on divisions are cooperating; in the world over have crumpled and I sengers and will will have be several entertained hoursshore !I employes will be notified.LAWRENCE I Glass. Power Increase.It .
Lyons reorganized the common-!I Smith's Shoal. Cosgrove' t TO MEET FRIDAY I fallen. by
wealth's finances began a period:. Tennessee Reef and ShQal.1 program of the committee. "It is well that public attention I the recreational department of the t may be recalled too, that

of sound spending and by religiously -I I Shoals," replied I : the superintendent. I Besides the hundreds of local I II hat! been focused on the Constitution FERA under direction of H. PIERCE less than a year ago when the
was to be stampeding
Stewart Leonard. country supposed -
meeting Australia's financial PROPOSED SESSION WILL BE celebrations which ,will take place and its underlying phil-I I toward the left.
obligations restored her He then explained; that New osophy! for through open < ) predictions
I I CONDUCTED AT 703 I in cities and towns throughout the 1'' SERIOUSLY HURT were heard that by 136:;
credit in the London money market Ground Rock has for a long t.rr.o country to commemorate the", sion will national come a general ideals crystalization siirihv to- RESCUE FIVE 'ON I i Mr. Roosevelt might find himselfthe
been a menace to navigation; anda 'EATON STREETThe of
1 signing'of : I leader of the right, the k. t
148th anniversary of the took in the new- >
that which plats
n7m1Kr! of vts-Mls have been !Wt :
Poverty In BoyhoodSon I I TWO BROTHERS LEFT HERE hope against extreme radicalism.
after' striking c-n this submerges: Key West Philatelic Society the American Constitution a' born nation when the adoption of SINKING VESSEL I
of an Irish immigrant Mi-: Instead the most censpicii'- 13!
debated:! from !/ I
the Constitution was
:,I head will meet with the Philatelicand congress of patriotic societies will' 'YESTERDAY FOR MIAMI.
chael Lyons Joseph Aloysius was end end of the colonies''that r movement against him today i im
For time mariners have to
a long 1 I Numismatic Society Frida.y.AU Hall
be held in historic Faneuil ,
born at Stanley Tas., on Septem I movement of who
; right-wingers
the shackles
off SCENE
been warned of this' danger spot st 30, it is stated. !has just thrown OF ACCIDENT I
MESSAGE TELLING OF RESCUE
her 15, 1879, to no cradle of by a lighted whistling buoy but President Everett Sawyer of the Boston under the auspices of the of tyrany and '.njust) taxation.) j j I are appealing to the conservative

luxury. At nine he had to go to I even this has on five different Philatelic Society has requited all committee. Addresses will be given "Let there be discussion, but lei' I RECEIVED AT LOCAL to defeat him in 1936.!)
work until two aunts found Predictions heard that
occasions, broken: away from the members meet 8 p. mat the by American leaders and major -, there be light Any alteration, ,in. George Pierce and brother, Eugene -, were
NAVAL STATION
money for his further schooling.i moorings and pone adrift. Philatelic and Numismatic So observances also will be held the form of constitutional : left yesterday far the congressional session would
Pierce
He had a mania for amassing The proposed light the superintendent ; ciety's headquarters, 703 Eaton in Washington and Chicago. j ment without thorough govern-I I produce new radical leaders of
knowledge and after a course at' I Miami! after being,advised by telr-' dangerous who would
capitalize
told The Citizen win! be i st-eet, In announcing the wide prepara-t standing by the general public of I power
Tasmania University, he became a" the last of a group of lights composing -: The following: Friday September tion being mad to celebrate the the motivating ideals might be Information vas received by the 1 gram of the serious illness of their for political purposes' the

country schoolmaster the system of aids to navigation -!I 6, the Key West Philatelic day Mr. Girojx: emphasized that 'disastrous:! to the ration. In a time navy radio station at Jupiter. brother, Lawrence usually ca 'ed tremendous congressional swing
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His. upbringing and personal for the Florida Reef and Society will meet at 521 GrinneD the committee has set up no platform of hysteria with small but powerful Florida, early this morning that i I Frank by his hundreds of friend away from conservatism.
experience made the labor party, which has been under course of street.. of objectives sal that it : groups clamoring for change, the Italian & S. Riva LJgare rescued -j in Instead, the one man on capitolhill
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the only one to which he could j ionstructions. at intervals', for the The surprise program was concluded wishes solely to I ing about a gen it is doubly important that there I five men f-om the sinking Key whose power and renown hav'
belong. There was no place for, past 23 years. at last Friday's meeting eral recognition of the philosophy be thorough understanding of fundamental sailboat La Da Homa last night I' Lawrer.ce Pierce, the advices increased almost hourly is Sen-

him in any of the traditional ruling which was'' held at 1409 White of government found in our Con- constitutional principles.Our ". r Advice received from Jupiter stated was knocked down by an,ator Carter Clan, who tlan3
class parties. He was labor t EFFECTS RECOVERY street The program wa. enjoyedby stitution itself. ; Constitution is not a coat by Lieutenant William Klaus, U. (automobile and seriously injured. militant and merciless against

premier' of Tasmania. 1923-28. all present, it is stated. At this "Better understanding of the to be put on or of at will), or remodeled -!i! S. commnnicsftion officer in 'The most rerious and dtinjcniM I radicalism and against many r>'

and it is said could win any seat LONDON.-Pieces of bone from meeting John Spottswood was voted ideals of government which welded -; on canrice-rather it is i charge, at Key West,, show that the| cf his injuries resulting iaoncus- the policies of the administra

in the state today. I the leg of Albert Tampsett of this I into membership. together the niginal thirteen I the soul and lie-bloo of the nation La Da Horns i* a vessel of 16 tons. I i ion of th? brain. I tion.What
Simple and sincere; the prime city were grafted into his spine Members are requested to note colonies into a> unified nation that j and any change in it will effect The i rescue wa effected in Lati-I The !njured man, said his brothers doe all of this portendfor
minister is a practising Roman effecting a complete recovery that next week's meeting will be in the short space of a centuryand in minute detail the life and 11 tude 37-57 North; Longitude 51-1 is the father of 23 children. the coming campaign year? It

(Continued: on ,Page Four) J from a serious injury. 1 held at 521 Grinnell street. a half has taken its place! affairs of every individuaL" [55 West. 117 of whoa: are living. I will be interesting to see.



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PRICE FIXING BAN ........................

t. %! fte Hep TiHcsr FOODS FACTS-'FOIBLES I TODAY'S WEATHER ]11]j.Temperat.ree' j. PEOPLE'S FORUM

-Publish Dally Except Sunday ByTHK with to ...................o*...
Government policies respect
ITiaEN PI BLISII1\G CO. INC.
L. P, ARTMAN. Pr*M..t .. trade practices seem quite confusing.. Dur- rtasil USAIt'S WASuIsCTON PiVrs OUTA NEAT,0I, FROM GRIM NECESSITY. \. ;I I RESENTS CRITICISM
JOB ALLEN: AuUlaat U..I1I..Se.
ulfo Arrttse or Pit. !
From The Citizen building CEORCE WASHINGTON'SCOOK general in other sections of the
the life of the now defunct NRA many
Corner Oreene and Ann 'tr...ts ing l MADE THE FIRST Ilighert ._....._..... ..............91 East Golf and South Atlantic I Editor!! The Citizen:
industries were supposed under their codesto t .... .... I would appreciate it very muchif
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe 1 J ( -. FRUIT PIE THPiE. f. APPLE Lowest 00 000000. .82 States and northward over the i
County. maintain minimum prices for goods and Mean 00' .. oo. U ......... ...86 St. Law-; you would allow me a littla
lower Lake and
.inured at Key tV ea t, Florida, a. second rlas matter 1 Normal Mean .. ... .. _..H3 region
services, under penalty of prosecution or 'pac.oe'in your valuable paper to express -
FII'TY-sITTH 1FARMmber :rence Valley. A high pressuer area ;(
>> .( the. Ae..elated ....... at least the loss of the Blue Eagle. Now it Rainfall: i i I> moving 1'Outbeast-d into the'i : my opinion (concerning thepianists
The Associated Press ia exclusively entitled to use o Precipitation T. ins.' .
for republioation of all new dlspatchea credited to appears,that any form of price fixing is 1 SNAU rstxaut Yesterday ** .... .If/Ins.i I; middle Mid upper Mississippi i i Val-I! of our city.
It or not otherwise credited 'la this paper and also TEA IDII LOUR INfRrf. I--- Normal Precipitation I!i ley is causing. abnormally cool. .It has been brought to my attention
_the local news published hara. frowned. upon.Recently } 'T." r>r.r ._. .
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'el.ek'this
v rmltmtf ill S l lTomorrow's .181(
AL EDITORIAL) ) the Federal Trade Commis- a y AlmanacI II| States eastvard over the Lake region ; made the unkind remark that
sibn cited the Automotive Jobbers As- i ': and Oho; Valley with tern-I tlier* was not a pianist in Key
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1iNATlO: ASSOCIATION. ) Sun rises 6O66.4V a tn.
../.L..e..c. 'I 9 J SSIBSCRIPTION sociation of Birmingham, to answer 1rMEn TEA WAS FIRST I: Sunsets ::.-..}:_-.,::::::: p.: m. peratures! 10 to 17 degrees below VTevt
y ; Will km.tly inform me
I normal this morning in many localities someone
IMPORTED INTO E NCI AMDST '1 Moon r.:::12 a. m.
!! !! RATES charges of fixing or maintaining price riies.r. who does Mr White think hes
One Tear .. ._ ,,., ,-... u$1 SOLD fCR SIS* POUMD i: Moon' sets s*....:...._..... 7-01 p. m..' in the.e districts; while: 'lust
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Six Months u :.:. : .::::::'.._.r-.___ 1.51 5.00: schedules OR automobile parts or acces'sorles. IT WAS FIRST USED THERE AS MEDICINE. I New Moon oou ooU" .. "_ 2kthTomorrows elsewhere l! east of the Rocky Mountains : I do not ree he name Itst'vlwith I
Tare Month artists of this country orroroad.
tm. Month *.. .-. .. .. .-. _...-._- .OSWeekly The association, through its counsel I Tidesa readings continue generally) : he
:.: __ : --. :.10 I reasonable. and if he ias guod \.4
ADVERTISING u : RATES agreed to discontinue ,the practices VINEGAR WAS USED AS A 6EVERACCIN vv'ti'f : A.M. P SI.! G S. KENNEDY.: I thinks why does he have to work

Mad known on application. complained of and the proceedings were ANCIENT ROME.' e eiA! l High: ... ...... ,10:04 10:22, Officer in Charge; ;j with the relief*
SPECIAL! NOTICE .. v :IT WAS DILUTED ( f91 r EylJ Lbw u -...... ...._ .. 3 23 4:03WEATMEH I I confider! myself a music: lovtr -
AH reading notices cardS of thanks resolution! of dropped. WITH WAT!R. ysOyrrhC0
respect. obituary notices. eta, will be charted for at I Barometer 8 ..'m. todays I STUNG BY WASP i and during the past years here
the rate of'10 cents a line. Later the commission issued a formal eJhtf Sea level 29.94. ,I -- I*n Key West, I hate heard same

Notices revenue for.Is to entertainments be derived are by 5 churches.cents a from line. whicha order in conformity with the agreement j I i I POPLAR BLUFF. Mo.-At alt wonderful renditions on the piano
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus- ; PtppER FORECAST: I Ld'eball game: in this city, an out'j ly Key \Vesters! renditions: written -
clue of public,Issues and subjects of local or.generalinterest which prohibits members of the association 'f I fielder suddenly stopped chafing. ; for voice rid piano that Mr

but It will not publish anonymous commnnlrationa. from fixing prices on articles sold or (Till\ 8 p. 11\. Thursday) a fly ball to remove his trousers White could not sm g-.

labor Key west and Vicinity Partly and get rid of a wasp that !stung!e WILL ROBERTS.
repair maintaining
on on jobs or a I
KIN GS-PRESE N TfD PEPPeR TV Vlr ) cloudy tonight and Thursday; gen- him five times.! ,j Key West. Fla..
discount schedule certain classes J I
rate for
FOR KEY WEST II 1935.
IMPROVEMENTS ONE ANOTHER AS A COMPUrtEMT -- I Ate28
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I of purchases, or fixing the resale prices of I IN MEDIEVAL ertCLAND. I '!;tI The bouillabaise! of Marseilles; i
articles. I @ is the most famous of fish chow- Subscribe to The Citizen--20c
THERE AT LEAST ONE VARIETY OF rooo THAT I ''
I ders. veekly.
Trice-fixing agreements designed 'toenable EPICURES NEED NEVER TIRE OF-IT'S CHEESE! ;?' I I'IJ 'i .

1. :Water and &: age.;. dealers to make excessive profitsare THERE IN VARIOUS ARE MORE PARTS THAN OF THE-56 WORLD.Dlf FEREKT VARlETIEf ,r I \ .rrJ.: -

t 2. ;Bridges to complete Road to Main-. of course against the interests of consumers EVERY PEOftE AND NATION IN THE '" i!. I
WORLD HAS ITS OWN FAVOR \-"J
Jand. :
and should be prevented if
N pos- ITES OUT THEY ALL BELONG f '
Free' Port.;- sibte. On the other hand, the establish- TO IS DISTINCTIVE i I E j i i i"her Why Take Chancesof -
CHEESE FAMILIES.
... Hotels and Apartments. ment of uniform prices if reasonable, often 'v ; ,

have :a stabilizing effect on 'business with- Partly Cloudy :
5. Bathing Pavilion. FAMOUS COURMETS OF HISTORY
out injury to the public.It > tie to moderate southerly wind! Food Spoilage
6. Airports-Land and Sea. = FOR LOVE OF MAYONNAISE HI LOST A
THE
1. Consolidation of County and CityDeliverance Is doubtful that business practicescan "' APPROAUtS ENEPI BATTLE! THE Due DE MATEKNC. WAS Florida,: Partly cloudy, probably I' _
EATING HIS FAVORITE SAUCE AND COLD showers in north portion tonightand
Governrrentl.: ever be satisfactorily regulated by CHICKEN WHEN HCRKV ADVANCED Thursday. when for as little as SEVEN .rr

laws or rules except to a very limited! ex- UPON UNTIL MIS SliPPER AftPIT WAS HE REFUSED FINISMCD.THC TO LEAVE Jacksonville to Florida Strait:, CENTS A DAY you can .

tent. Even General Johnson at the heightof COOK WHO PREPARED THE SAUCC Moderate southerly winds probably j I' have the protection that a
is at hand-Congress has DUBBED IT-MAYO''Wst' : 'M""iJ' becoming fresh at times over extreme -|
his supposed power was not very suc- north portion; weather General l Electric Refrigera'tor .',

adjourned. cessful, so far as regulating prices was -- -- ---,---- partly overcast to overcast with i gives you. Foods are It.

concerned. 1 r and was otherwise bruised about!! local showers over north portion kept at 'a constantly ideal
Jonah always wears his hair short. I the head and body. I tonight rend Thur .
,, KEY WEST I I temperature. The refrigerator t,4.
Gulf Fresh southerly;
| Eart
CIVET CATS FOR WAR : t
There's a reason.It I II I wnids s'liftmjr to northwest! overt' with the sealed-in-steel
DAYS GONE Leslie R. Curry who has been I II extreme 'north portion and moderate /1 j mechanism needs no attention -
An important industry In Ethiopia is connected with the customs ser- southeast to southwest'
Happenings Here Just 10 !
seems that everybody tries to get -:not even oiling-and
Key West for ;
the raising of civet cats, which have a I Ago Today A* Take ; vice in many years winds over south and central portion s
all he from the and Uncle will leave tomorrow night for' carries five
can newspapers The File Of The I and moderate southeast: toy I a year guaranteeon
Sam is the biggest chiseler of them. all. high commercial value as they secrete a I Tampa where he will accept t a southwest winds over south and i j its most vital part-the '
substance known as the civet of commerce, position with the Bridge City I' central portions; weather mostly I mechanism. H"iliS; ALLTiiIS fOODI

With the number and rate of divorcesin extensively used in the manufacture of per- out According from Tallahassee to by Realty.company.tendered Mr.his resignation Curry recently overcast, tonight and Thursday t '::-m. e..r k'e;,t ::-L.efer freest

fumes. This substance in its natural state Governor with local showers. Electric refrigeration I h a ::2 i.a..0.eax.ac.rtr.a:
Hollywood we imagine a "Who'sWhose" sociated Press from the customs service. He ,c te b..uls uu.p
would be quite a valuable book.If has a most offensive odor but diluted with Martin has issued a calll leaves behind him an excellent WEATHER CONDITIONSThe necessity and not a luxury. 1 6; ule. rbrrrsss.te.f e 1 716.6an.e. bead.
special election to be held I is Economical Safe and .Irc. : 1'i b.s aec.uber
record and was holding the position It r .
other ingredients is highly pleasing to these 1 Tea /ur.fo.. I ....51.
roe county October 13 of deputy collector in chargeat j Durable. Ask the hundreds 'hl' Z .,.... Irur.kmws :
disturbance that
the Junior Patrol Circus does not nse of smelLEmperor purpose of electing a slight was !.__ _......
include the sale of pink lemonade, pea Haile Selassie has ordered a' presentative to the the time he resigned. central yesterday on the morning middle: has Gulf coast j j I. of satisfied users in Key M.. : '2"1//-f,"'"ever :;';::

from this county to fill j West. f : ,s -t:. ..etcr 4.fk
nuts and pop-corn it just won't be a circus. speeding up of the civet cat industry to aid cancy recently created by I John O. Curry, supervisor of slowly northeastward over ex- j' +.* C:.U.>-2The :.... of icsl

in supplying funds with which to buy signation of J. F. Busto registration for the city, says the treme northwestern Florida caus-
books for the November ing torential rains!! in that ,rection j
Canada won't relief to registration
give
anyone munitions in the event of war with Italy. api>ointed county solicitor '
during the last 24 hours.! Pensa-
in the
election will be opened Electric
owning a car, but that doesn't deprive : criminal court of Monroe Key West Companylll'il",111.
Tribesmen are also said to be making city ball on September 1. The cola reporting 9.38.incbes.. and ;
many, for in Canada'the relief workers are plans for polluting water wells before allowing Up to the present there the books will remain open daily from Apalachicola, 4_CG inches. Light to J
no one offering for !
too poor to own a car. 9 a. m. to 12 m., and from 2 p. moderate showers have also been I
them to fall into Italian hands, and It is expected however
_. ...
6 The last for the ,
m. ty p. m. day ---- - -- -
the civet cats may be extensively used for be an announcement ',books to be.open will be October
.
The Citizen has ad- next few days.In
unhesitatingly this give off an odor almost 20. :
vocated the establishment of a state or na- purpose, as they I i .-..........................--..........................................
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American I I
offensive as that of the this issue of The .
tional lottery on the theory that it would Skunk. be found the formal I l: George U. Lynch, grand chan

minimize cheap gambling and its fre ment of S. Owen Sawyer stitcbes'r. cellor of the Knights of Pythias,
While the Ethiopians are greatly 'accompanied by Mrs. Lynch, arrived
quency and serve as an outlet tq man's inherent election as councilman the East Coast last r o
handicapped by a lack of modern arms Fourth Ward. Mr. Sawyer I I I over
obsession to take a chance.It and ammunition, they are said to be quite first to announce for: this I I'night from St. Petersburg. They FREE! FREE!
were met at the depot by a delegation
Ills friends are
many
resourceful in utilizing such means as they of members from the several I
is just possible that the relief, workers him their support in his i
have The
the
to harass invading troops. Mr. Sawyer 'has made an' lodges in city. grand
will spend the $5,000,000,000 and vote i chancellor his official visit'to
paid
They would also have the advantage record during his term of '
+ for the Like the Key the lodges last night. _There 's
opposition anyway. of fighting in a mountainous country with and has always been ready ,, were a number of addressed followed Imported English
West voter who takes the candidate's dol- all possible to promote
which they are perfectly acquainted, and by a !social hour during:
fare the
of
city. I I
lar and when in.tlte booth where no one from which it will be difficult to dislodge { which refreshments were served. '
J I I'I'I
can see him voted-'ttirTthe. opponent.' th m. One of the largest !I I' I 153-PIECE DINNER
Editorial: The SET
tures of contraband ever comment: great- il ilI

In a court declsidrt fenaered t last week ODD THINGS IN PRINT these Coast waters Guard by service the United was !I I['est was and Joshua original who made'daylight/: the saver sun: : :

by Judge Jefferson Bj jr wr:<.e,, he said: :yesterday when utter'; [stand still while lie lammed the-' .

"The statutes under"consideration are pat- 4 : .,Another set of odd items which have tured the two masted I:Amoritec.I N I i (Worth $19.79)) i iI

terned after, federal statutes. If avid 'actually''gotten into print is going the Schooner Fannie Prescott --- w .

for and reaching after rounds. Here are a few of them: in the waters allay,. 'I! Orders have been received at I o
grasping power : 1 Set will be this
"His first venture into the antique light. The schooner had ',the'N Iavat Station for the Bay- given away 'i
more continues we may soon have a bu- 1,750 eases of beer. : spring to proceed to Miami and

reaucratic system in Florida equally as field was in Asheville N. C. There he met bring to Key West the radio ap-; week to one of our i z0
Miami Beach. The
pernicious. The courts have no power to his wife." News was received paratus now at '
the effect that Cad Coles, radio communication, apparatus: z 0
should "He is described as having brown .
demolish these bureaus but they with the P. and O. S. S. c ,,which has been at the beach for; customers i

keep them within constitutional bounds." hair turning gray, and all his supper teeth and attached to the several; years under lease to the I

And they are doing just that.A are missing." Cuba was injured Tropical Radio company will re-, ........I.......... :
on his vacation at Saluda. .I I vert to the government on the ex-:
"Doctor Jones, formerly of Memphis
Mr. Coles suffered an piration of the lease on August:
sample of legislative economy: The has completed a revival at the First his face which rejuired 20 31. Prices Slashed On i iMASONITEPRESTWO 0

people voted at the general 1 election of Church here during which tight memberswere .- I

1934 requiring a reduction of the judicial received." r

circuits of the state. The legislature re- "A1 young woman wants washing and' D. e

circuited the state as required but increased cleaning daily."
We will be pleased to have you consult us about
both the number of attorneys at- "Green colored girl wants work until .
how 0 : This material is ideal for i
tached to the courts and the total salariesof after Christmas." you can

these attorr.c total "While trimming a 'cottonwood tree
) The appropriation .
for the operation of the courts under Monday, Bill Smith suffered a severe blowon W : STORM SHUTTERS i
vI
the re-circuiting bill shows an increase of. the head, when a large branch turned I Build, Buy, ,or

over $158,200 for the next two years. and struck him..' 1 .

"Harry Taylor, school principal here, Refinance 'Your Homeor : :*

The Miami News claims Shakespeareknew has a stone applejar that has been in the I It\ Carey's Roofing $1.40 per roll and up j&j

little of modern economic theories family 109 years Next year it will be one .

vvher- he wrote "Neither a borrower nor a hundred and ten years old." repair or modernize any type of I I II
II
lender be," and that Benjamin Franklin "Young Lady-Eighteen years old as building on'insured creditThe I :

who cautioned similarly, aLso was ignorantof beginner in respectable office or other-
j South Florida & Co.
these theories. It is quite natural that wise." Contracting Engineering j

neither of the above named ger.tlem.en First National Bank of Key West '
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could possibly have any knowledge of Asked why the Almighty made so \ Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets II 2

modern economics since they passed away many women "beautiful but dumb" a .

some time back, but the advice they gave wag expressed the view that He made Approved Mortgage Under the : "Youjr home is Worthy of the bestPyI' 2PAGE

may be heeded with profit in any age, unless I them beautiful so men would marry them, I ..
HOUSING ADMINISTRATION )
human nature in times to come will be and made them dumb so they would marry FEDERAL ......................................................................
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other than it is today: the m.en. 'Iy'IIJ'lam'


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'ED Ir'ESDAI. AUGtST.23. 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
PAGE THREESPORTS
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--_. -- DIAMOND BALL ]i ........................1|.were laid end to end very fewj I ........................ r born at Hingham, Mass, 45 years

newspapers would continue publi-j' ago.
,HOWDY KEY 'WEST! Today's Birthdays'
: cation jt j
GAME<< TONIGHT!I i i t i I ......eeeeeeeeeeeeee..1| Edison Marshall novelist born

KERCEa..ee..ee. The Covered Wagon made little Dr. ct Rensslaer. 1r,I.. 41 years ago.
By RED iI. | George, II. Whipole, Univ. i
I ......' progress. It wasn't streamlined or, of Rochester M.! Y.. pathologis* Charles S. Whitman, onetim.
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(By JOVE) 1 speedy' enough to run over pede-j i and one of last year's Nobel of Ne.York. born
The road to ruin is the one that governor atHanover
The Busy; Bee Bakery outfit turns all those corners around I trians. I winners in medicine, born at Prize-I' ():)nn., 67 yean ago
and the Bermuda Bakery ten will which' prosperity is found. I, land, X. H-. 57 years ago.

.---. determine tonight who can bake I I 1| A can opener has helped open i I II Rt. ReT. Hairy Altho'f Catholic
the ."best bread" when they meet many a divorce case. !I bishop of 3ePe7.1Ie.! : IIL. bora
Back the Ink
in 1918 world was A. De Wolfe Howe of Bos-
----'1'LEAGUE.LEADING''-- at: Bayview 1>ark. 1 -- near there, 62 years ftgo.
: 1 I made safe for democracy and a ton, noted autnor-editor, born at,}
of AiM tt the surest
to
This contest will be -
a
game three dictators to tell us how to' way preserve Bristol R. I., 71 !
IJOPlEZ 'D'EFEATSBUSY SOCIAL LEAGUE ; dough, 'as the two Bakeries will the poor is to can the rich. years ago.
have'alt their. "flour" out' there. I I ue'! it. I t

'! Batteries :'will be Nestor Her- i j Life begins only when you are Dr. Philip C. Nash president! of'''
I i YESTERDAY Anastronomer reports that the
BEE TEAM TILT BENGALS DEFEAT nandez; and A.'Castro for the,Bermuda I nearness 'Of Mars and Jupiter to i able: to'live it. the University: of Toledo! Ohio_ RUSSELL'S'CIGAR
..ACe1.Tedo I i
ten and Bethel and M. I

J ,ATHLETICS TWICE. for thf Busy Bees I each from other their may orbits.remove We asteroids always I People who tik continuously wouldn't you just love to crush; .a'nioquito

INBENEFirTiLTi BAYVIEW STARS TRIUMPH 'The'content will get under' way_ ,, about their pasts, have little with kindness! 1
ii
those
i 1'OVER ADMINISTRATION at 8 o'clock., thought things were removed -,: planned for the future.I iI i
in a hospital.! ]I I I' i I
VICTORS WALKED OFF WITH AGGREGATION NEW YORK YANKEES DIVIDE ........................I I 1 I Permanent relief will arrive One hundred and fifty monkey.t STORE0
Some ancient writer remarked :j recently escaped from a Zoo up in !
I i when the tries
IMMENSE CAKE OFFERED!; | HONORS WITH WHITE SOX Today Jin History I that love is the triumph of' average man tot Xew York. If they ever get to
exist without relief. I' --
I* DODGERS imagination over intelligence. We1; Washington: wos> know? of several! I
BY MR. 'BRANTLEY; LARGE (By: JOVE) CINCINNATI AND e.i,e.a.ae.aeieee.410Died supply the sequel is the i who will have difficulty -!
:marriage! congressmen Baseball ReturnsBy
j i I The (: jfornia court Daily
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The Social League played one : aged about 75, supreme
I /their identities
CROWD 'IN ATTENDANCE SPLIT TWIN BILL triumph of love over imagination.Running .i! has explaining
fused
bnj for
$1.000,000
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the a
game yesterday afternoon at Saint Augustine scholar and
1 1I to pursuing Zoo attendants.
I
I
Bayview Park, field and the Stars' I preacher. : !'i the tein varv: release o; Tcm Fire
I of the park defeated the Administration up a grocery accounts I Mooney. When moey fails to
I
(By JOVE) !' to the tune of'C to 4. I <*|M-clal t. The ritUra) 1830-First locomotive built in I is poor exercise. I|I talk, s.ifiice; is no longer: golden.jI !I Prepetual: poverty is the exclu- -0-

The big benefit diamondball i j, 'B. Lowe pitched a great game. NEW YORK Aug. 28.-Before "Tom ai I' sive right of those who persistently COME IN AND GET THE
: the U. S. Peter Cooper's The nation can't
crowd of 32,000 fans at Detroit expect
a ciepttt says everybody will I spend their before they
game p'ayed last night at Bayview Jaycocka bit safely in his two the American League leading Ti- Thumb" tested on the Baltimoreand square deal from blockheads. I'I money RESULTS OF THE
be crazy: in 200 We hardly make it.Many.
'hit years.
chances at be E. Pinder one I II
Park before an immense! crowd. Ohio. f I MAJOR BASEBALL
took both of double- -
a think
gers games I so; the New Deal csn't lat
his
between the Lopes Funeral Home rafely for two bares in onlyappeearance header from the Philadelphia Ath- .- If all the editors who steal lines!I I that lone. LEAGUES0
at'the B. 1870 Two German armies.
plate. Lowe I failed to come in
ten -and the Busy Bees resulted! Pierce, Barker and H. Wickers hit letics end thereby increased their' numbering ??)o',OOO men, marchingon I for h-I l __ because it a was ship sunk on the sea of I -
lead the Yankees who divid- picketting White House, W a A liar
in victory for the Embalmers, safely twice 'in three times up. In over Paris.1913Carnegie. I I is a fellow without a matrimony.A I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
i ed a double bill. The scores in ington. partition between : end
who waked off. the field with the !.Uje..field 11. lx>pez.: \Vick rs and i iI I i I imagination !' SOFT DRINKS
,
t" -- the Detroit-Philadelphia: two-ply : Palace of information.
honors and the 20-pound cake offered -l i. Barker for the office boys and 'affair 'were 6 to 5 and 5 to 0. I Peace at The Hague dedicated. I 1934-Upton Sinclair won I I pioneer was a person who was I ETC.

as a, prize to the .winning.]1 Nelson. Pierce and Gonzalez for i iScoe (,I The Chicago White Sox kept I :,t_ Democratic: nomination for Governor "Insects respond to kind treatment i without those' luxuries that keepI

team by Mr. BranUe ibII II the' Stars played well. out of the second division when I II 1917-suffragettes arrested I in California. declares a scientist Now I I \ miserable laying installment
R. H.
\ -by innings:
E.I '
The first ereatPof... i Administration I for the third straight day, they -
I
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divided a double bill with the '
the contest to determ>|I |thefd st- 031 000 0-I 8 1
New York Yankees losing the first:
est player in circling ,& $! bases.J Bayview Stars- g..me. 13 to 10, and taking the
001 6 9 2
Cheta Baker woe the contest. His,, .140 x- nightcap. 4 to 3. I
I I. Batteries: Malgrat end Sanchez
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title was 10 and 'a half seconds. ] The Browns extended their -J tm
I B. Lowe and Nelson. '
Machin was second with eleven! j jseconds. I r home stretch victory string to six i : ti ee ,
!S! straight with a double conquest
Armando Acevedo ran 1 f, Standing of the league: >.over Washington. r

I the bases in 10 seconds, but was' Club- W. L. Pct'! With Watsor.. Clark hurling 1a a ,.

disqualified for not touching third Lighthouse ;_,--____... 2 0 1.00 i eight-hit ball the Brooklyn Dodg- l .w
base. Service ___ 1 1 .500 t i'I era snapped a seven-game losing
In the 94-yard dash the victorious Bayview Stars __ 1 1 .500 : streak as they whipped the Cincinnati -

runner was Robert BetheL Administration ._ 0 2 .500 Reds 10 to 1 in the second .Er xayr ,
Time, 10 and one-half seconds. ,' game of a doubleheader' 'after s x

loe, Hale second, 1L Gates tnird. LOU NOVARRO I[. dropping the first, 7 to 3. : ek
In the ball throwing contest All other games scheduled in .
Gates threw'the ball 93 yardi ,. y
both major leagues were postponed -
.Bethel 92 -yc-rds 2 'feet and Sterling WANTSrTOMEEt I on account of rain and will play

92 yards. 1 doubleheaders today.

In. diamondball game Lopez The summaries follow:
Funeral Homers 'defeated tte NEBO IN BOUT NATIONAL LEAGUE .
'"'
Busy Bees to the tune of ft to 2. i I First Came

The Embalmers'scored on*. run AR-1 I I At Cincinnati R. H. E. : rt

;in'the very first inning en a singleby CLAIMS FIGHT' HAD BEEN Brooklyn ..__..._.._.. 372

Gonzalez, another single by RANGED BETWEEN TWO Cincinnati '._"_'_ 7 11 1
McCarthy and a long fly to cen- I; Batteries: Mungo. Baker and .v ?' .
BUT N2BO LEFT CUBA AND
ter.In ;! Lopez. J. Taylor; Hollingsworth: ..... i _

the extend frune the Baker' RETURNED TO STATES I[ rod CampbelL> .. _' -.r.. ... .. ,.,
, knotted the count when Wa.itloubed '

to tenter, M. Acevedo The Citizen is i in receipt of 'a Second Game
'tlkedCarbonell hits one back ofe letter from Lou Novarro of Cubain At Cincinnati R. II. F

\ pitcher and it was good for a which he iss .es a challenge! fora j Brooklyn ...__10 12 0
*t, bases are full and no out.I*' bout with Pete Nebo, whom he Cincinnati .._..._..._ 1 8 3 a4 I .
ena forced Ward at the plate I!I claims had previously agreed to I Butteries: Clark and Lopez; v -I

hort to catcher. Bethel walked meet him in Cuba, but who left for 1 Johnson, Herrman and Lombardi.!
end the bases were full again. M. i '
the states without saying anything
Veevedo scored on a wild pitch. further} about the proposed !oct. I i St. Louis at Philadelphia, post-

jliigga: filed out to first and Reberts ; The letter, which explains the poned. rain. To play doubleheader Te1ding It ,

: l oat, scond'to first.' I I states of the matter, follows: todsj- "
In the fourth canto the Em.balmers I "I am writing these lines in
put:the game on ice. I I hopes that will help in Pittsburgh at New York postponed .
;on me my "
Sterling singled:;: ,to center Alb ry I efforts in having Pete Nell meet rain. To play doubleheader i i .' '. the best way to make

I sacrifices: him to second. Kerr hit j. me In the same ring with the today. 1 p : .
to third. who fumbled the ball. 1 I 's -
union
gloves
on."Sometime Chicago: at Boston: postponed perfect of two pieces
Artman singled to center. Sterling ,. sgo Nebo came to
rain. To doubleheader to-
play
scoring and Kerr went to third.j: Havrr.a to *ight, and the promoters metal is them
day. of by
welding
Machin singled through I.econdl.! from Santiago: offered h'n about ;
Kerr scoring and Artman going to I with me, wHIch: he a.- cei to.We AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 VM1 S 7
third. A Lnnn lays one down and I I. signed the paper and" the promoters ,First Game Yo eth.. 3 ,_

Ward nuJces'an) error when he hits I(! went to a lot of expense: to At Chicago R.,II. F 1
r
Arman coming; home. The ball got I I pet the fight ',D. 'I New York _._._.....m._ ..13 18 :3 I _

away from Acevedo who later recovers : "In the meantime Nebo fought Chicago .._.._.........10 16 2 ..t .
it but throws wild and in Havana and lost his fight, but .... '
Ma-I I I I Batteries: Malone Tamulis and ,
chin; scored. |
the promoters Sanhago.told
v Dickey Jones, Fischer, Wyatt '
;
In the fifth the Lopez dan added him our fight would take place! regardless tnd t .,

another run and the Bi..r"ta1-j of the outcome of his SewehLkSecond ...,. .... .
lied for their second<< 'and li-ft" run | fight in Havana. Game ._ ::1: iffsb'
run in the 'sixth 'inning., 4*'> *- A j "Imajrlne surprise when I :
E.
I I my At Chicago R. II. # .H'
In the 'field Robert Bethel] read in the papers that Nebo had New York .............-__.. 380 ..,!
rpuffht rome, long running flies !' left for the states, !leaving me t Chicago! ._..,....._.L 4 6 1 .
which gave the spectators many here and making muddle, of the .
a
1 3 I I Batteries: Broaca: Deshong and _
thrills Arqiaivlol and Higgs alsoplayed I whole thing; Dickey JTtetje;''Kennedy L anti l : .. .
a jjod=rame for the Bale, ")ly name is Lou Novarro. I' Shea. f ..0' 1.i' : .. i .t"-
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t'r"BakE'r'" Albury and Kerr I Unite11 *'
have fought all over the \ i ...' '
rtarred for the Embalmers.At I I States having; met, among others First Game ., \. ...
bat. Sterling hit three safelyin Lou Jallos. Barney: Ross, Prince At Detroit R. H. E. > ..: ":;
four times rp and Ward connected -I I Sounders Eddie Shea Jackie Ma- Philadelphia on 5 12 1 ,J
with two in three tries. ron. Joe Costa. Jimmy Spivey end 670 'f.
Detroit .. .
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Score by innings: R. II. E.1|I many others. I also defeated Batteries: Doyle and Berry; 1 and the best way to get a more -
Bees 010 001 000 2 5 5\\
I i Jimmy Wade! twice, who I understood Sorrell and Hayworth. I'
.Lopez 100 410 OOx-6 8 1 fought Nebo a close bout in

Batteries; Ward and M. Ace- I Key West not !so long &*o. Second Game flavor and better in
taste
vedo; A. Lunn cud Ingraham. "I want to challenge! Pete Neboto At Detroit R. II. E. pleasing a

I a bout any time: any place or PVila-.Vlphia; *_ 050 i

LEAGUE STANDINGS wav he 'wi her. Otcc before in Detroit _._.__..-_. 580
Miami I was matched with Nebo Batteries: Tuberville and Richards a cigarette is by welding together the
end he wanted a little too much ; Rowe and Cochrane.

AMERICAN LEAGUE for his rervices, and the fight; was f

Club-- W. L. Pt't. called off. I First Game 1t! different of tobacco .

Detroit ._ ..'_ 78 43 .645 "1 wish you would make public At St. Louis R. II. E. .. types .

New York ---...__ 68 52 .567 my challenge to Pet Nebo to Washington 614 3 ; ....... "' _
Cleveland ._..._ 82 58 .517 meet him anytime the sooner thebetter. St. Louis .... 10 13 1 .j ;.. 5' .. .,,.",
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Boston! ,. ...._.._.62 59 .512 Batteries: Hadley and Hoi-
Chicago .._n' .....51 58 .468 I "I am in Clha: on a vacation brock. Starr; Coffman. Knott. : '. ; That is just what we do in making together you get a combined flavor ?'

Philadelphia .... ..... 51 66 -.436 i I and I am going back ta the United Poser and Hemsley, '
States and nothing will CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes the t iee'which is entirely different from : '
Washington .__. 50 11 .413 : soon i r :;t' ." anyone :
St Louis ......._._ 41 12 .395 i, please me more than a fight with I] Second Came r
I of mild of
I him." I At St Louis R. II. E. : Ii i1 ,., types ripe home-grown tobaccos type tobacco. ;

Washington! ._;_.._i-_ 190 '. '..
Club-NATiONALLEAGIiE. W. I. l'cLit TODAY'S GAMES I St. Louis __:.._.\.11 9 0Batteres : "./ t that is tobaccos grown in this It >is< this welding of the right ;: -.:

Louis .. .... 14 44 .621 : Newsom and Starr; Then of tobactheyanewa1dedwltharomaticTurklsh. '
welded of the kind \
New York .. _. 7445 .622 AMERICAN LEAGUE I II. Van Atta and Hemsley. b. ,. # country, are together. amounts right -

Chicago .. 75 49 .605 New York at Chicago, two s milder .
'" that makes CHESTERFIELD a '
I. Boston at Cleveland, postponed j. cos !
Pitt.bul'1Zh ..-. .. .-.. 69 55 .557 games. .
iBrooklyn ..-.. ._... 55 '61 Uil Washington at St. Louis. rainTo, :ilay doubleheader When these tobaccos are welded and
} better-tasting
Philadelphia ...... 53 68 .438 Philadelphia at Detroit. today. d cigarette. .;

Cincinnati ..... ... I d' {.
54 71 .432 Boston at Cleveland, two games *"j. -_ .- "-I -.,. -
Burton ....... .... 32 87 .269 BENJAMIN LOPEZ .: : .
NATIONAL LEAGUE: I FUNERAL HOME : Chesterfield J
the hats MILDER
WANTS WIFE AT 94 Pittsburgh at New York. two Serriar Key West cigarette. a

games. Half Centnry f f
HOOPSTAD South Africa.- Chicago at Boston two games.
24 Hoar AmbvUace Service
Old Platjie. 'a 94-year-old herd.. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Licensed Embalmer t tt Chesterfield. the that TA.S1ES'B.h7:1.1R::

man of thin city has asked for St. Louis at Philadelphia two Phone .135 Night 69&\\ I cigarette- :
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I OAlXR) MADE ,ill4.r2rorslIJ \ I, PERSONAL MENTION .1 AD BRINGS IN born War.at New Annapolis York City Md.\ neurologist Died Jan, i.i. DeMolay Labor Day Dance.


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/ STVArOAZ.a / ------ ------ ----------- ---- BUSINESSAn I KEY WESTCOLONIAL

: ,,H. <* worried "Oh, what a nuisance! rm J.it goIng : Captain Rufus Johnson, who I| Sirs Walter Maloney and two 18.a0-1ra David Sankey noted HOTELIn
_( e/ mfarf. B.. lows Sear.Jrfoore home and I hare no 'phone was in Key West for a few days children left yesterday afternoonfor
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sad ae e* her yet .ke to en- singing' evangelist of his day, born !
to Hark: Albert/ and ae tj eat there. When do yon expect Kerr with 'relatives and friends, left* a stay in Miami with relatives advertisement carried dailyin in Lawrence Co., Pa. Died in I I the Center of the Business
( woods Btrrle. Albrry tei I
opm MB.Iy 1 .sod wfeir Mooreware "1 don't quite know. She went out ;yesterday for Islamorada. and friends. The Citzien on a special offeron Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 13, 1908. and Theater District
Mt of tAe way ....._ (. try with B aa-to the picture, I think. permanent waves brought ,
to N.*. Gins. l. ftcve a BJ.. tcci-
....,. And Laar4e>cuter Oiarfye tortt ""Well 'give her a message from .Miss Estelle Long, of Jackson Mrs Emma C. Long and daughter. gratifying results to Mrs. Miller S55555555eS555555555555. rust Cla**-Fireproof-

_a..*Jimmla urtmnd Dante with.*tit*...Uaktmindtd l eiw.- me I want her to come to my plac ville, arrived over the East Coast Miss Emma, who were in Key beauty specialists: at the Ocean SeadbU Rates

.Bo**'
]tt* y hawclad fyer.-,-....Ito. to tact Meym the DiehL Tell her Mr. Mortimer ,days as guest of 3! .. v and JMr .f Mrs.' Long's son-in-law and daughter Since the announcement ap-: COFFEE SHOP NOW OFEI

from Sydney Is over here and has I Bernard DeWitt at the 'home. on Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Long of peared a week ago, Mrs. Millet i COLUMN l t ts R

Chapter iS asked us to dine and do a show. Caroline street: '. Angela! street left yesterday aft- has experienced difficulty ip ac- ,. Garago Elevator

ALIBI Tea Mrs. Moore. .'., ernoon for Columbia S. C., and comodating all who haveconie'i to SSS" ".Cse- .sSSSSSSSSS5755555 Popular Pries'JKkoo.ville'

Xelly's voice sounded rather Mrs. A. W. Arnold arid grandson from there will motor to their take advantage of the extraordinary '. FOR RENT
**\yfT dear fellow'how dreadful! queer to Laurie. Mario Viera who were in Mi- home in Saluda.. offer. :

said Albery. "You' appal me! "Tell her It's very Important. ami as guests of Mrs. Arnold's EDNGALOW FOR RENT-l\Iod-j S.esliag Hot*!"

rm- all In a tremble. Forgive me. if Shell remember Mr. Mortimer. He son-in-law and daughters; Mr.\ and Miss Edith Moffat, daughter of DeMolay Labor Day Dance. Aern conveniences and ), L A I THE SEMINOLE

1'don't sound quite reasonable. What was very kind to ns In Australia.1* Urs.\ Carl Witzig, returned on the Mr.\ and Mrs. Victor Moffat left; I 1 Apply Valdes Bakery garages.; NO MATTER HOW HUN6RYA HORSE
Yes.. Mrs. Moore. I'll tell her. yesterday afternoon for a visit 5.5555.55.5555..5.555555!
an escape! We must go Into this atonce. Havana Special ;yesterday. aug8-lmo MAY BE HE CANNOT EAT A BIT! d
when she comes back. with; her aunt Mrs. A. E. Wood- I .
Why might bare been Today'sAnniversaries iFil
you Decidedly Nelly's voice was queer. burn, and grandparents, Mr. and >i '
killed! You would bare been but for Thomas Russell Jr., deputy ;: FOR RENT Completely furnished
All Laurie's fears about Glad *
Mrs S. M Moore at Marathon. 5555..5555..5555
your parachute."And rushed In on her like a wave sweepIng sheriff at Islamorada and son, i I bungalow with garage a ss i.J.rkoosllle. i.

think that Laurie was going her mentally off her feeL For a I arrived ;yesterday on the Havana Roy Hankinson auditor for the 5..5..55.5..5..55..5 and kll modern conveniences. Today's Horoscope I 5
with It's like a bad dream.I Special. Apply 905 South street
up yon moment her voice failed her; her WPA administration in Key West 1728--John Stark patriot-sol: 5.55..5.55555..555..5
can't take irta. You must go thor heart seemed to rise Into ber throat -J aug28-tf
left yesterday afternoon for Jack- dier of the Revolutionary War:
oughly Into It at once. rm bound togo and stifle her. When she went on I Mr.\ and Mrs. Eric Gwynn and : This degree promise a useful
I sonville where he will spend his >orn at Londanberry: N. H. Died
to Berlin tonight Shan't be ableto speaking, Nelly had evidently left PIANO TUNING and successful! life. Under a :seemingly -
daughter, Jfiiss Alice, who were in; vacation. at Mutchcster, N. II., May 8,: .
see you. though I'd give anythingto the telephone.INSTINCT I Miami\ for a vacation with rel- 1822. simple exterior there is ..H Is. R. ..II. F.R.Florida M......
slay. atives and friends, returned over GeS.;: of PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo really a profound mind perhaps A human Tiwme-llke Institution
"Please go Into the whole matter. told Laurie that some- Captain McKcan reno. Excellent piano for sale sometimes lacking the gift of expression where you will find yr iodlvldBalroBifort
the East Coast yesterday.Mrs. the U. S. Coast Guard in com- 1749-Johann Wolfgang von mm* ."......1...... a matter
I give yon full powers. I'll tell them wrong. On one of her r cheap. 10IS Division street. I but this trait may be of great Importance.
they're to glre yon every facility. Irresistible impulses she rang up the mand of the Cutter Saukco left I Goethe, famed German poet, born. aug26-lmox easily overcome by training. The -o---

You must cross-examine every single number of Jimmy Dallas' chambers \ E. R. Neff and son John yesterday afternoon for Miami' Dit-d March 18, 1832.1774Eliza.eth I aspirations will be well directed, A sleet fireproof ..".1". located
I who were enjoying a vacation in| for a conference with officials of ROOMS I .. the heart of the eltyEvery
man on the staff. What a mercy In SU James' A man's voice not his the life well rounded and with the 4. .

you are safe!" ., answered her. Miami with relatives were returning I the service. Ann. Seton,1 i end passed in a state of compara- Rohm t -s-.r-wllhi d.'tnlinatien& Tabsod
passengers over the East Catholic foundress of sisterhood THE MUNRO"-Rooms unex!
new ; -
I ) a live. competence. \ Shower Hat Radio, Electric
p / Coast yesterday. I Miss Iris Marie\ Duckett. who for service-- the.*. "Sistersof t celled in price and location! Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer

:; was visiting with relatives and I'' Charity" born in New York. I running water. 128 N. E. 4th ,'! DeMolay Labor Day Dance. *..: Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Spring! Red Con withMattresses

Joe Singlet- left over the friends, left yesterday afternoon Died near Baltimore, Jan. 4, 1821. .i street Miami Fla. aug26-lmox i r \ struct Ion and Individual Read

East Coast ;yesterday afternoon I for her home in Miami.\ Her I : PALACEI ling Lampa..
'* itATKS
for Miami to be absent for a few mother Mrs.\ Iris Duckett an.11 l 1823-James Oliver. Indiana FOR SALE I I I
I II Hopton-Irene Ware in .1..'.
'j. days. sister. Miss Cecilia will leave in: inventor-manufacturer of plows, I
FOR SALE CHEAP Second hand 7H'" HOOBH. Private Oath .. 52.55
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a few days. born in Scotland. Died at South CHEERS OF THE CROWD HO n_.s. Private Rath .. **O
I Axminstcr Velvet Rugs Sizes fa 11_... Private Bath _. ....
Antolin Fernandez Jr., who I Ind March 2 1908. I -alsoJoe -
Bend 9x12. Sale 9 to 12 A. M. I :XI 11_.. Private Bath ._ a.O
was spending a vacation in Key} Mrs Sybil Barker of Tampa )Frank Johnson 130 Duval Louis-Lee Ramger Fight ..!Sample.. n_... Private Oath <.-

West with relatives and friends, who was. before marriage, Miisi I 1828-Count Leo Tolstoi, famed -t, street. ang28 Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 10-15c I 11. : IM'HEA olCCrAaCTs FOIL DOlBLol;

left yesterday for his home inl Sybil Till, is in Key West spending -:!: Russian author and social reformer -
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DP2 Miami. a vacation' with relatives and born. Died Oct. 28, 1910.

I friends. .

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodriguez -, I I 1828-William A. Hammond, ,

who were spending; a few!! Mrs. W. F. Maloney and grandson U, S. surgeon-general in the Civil

/ 9 /y days in Miami with Mrs. Rod-} Jack Pierce returned yester-j I I : be HOfydwinkecl

riguez's brother. Mario M\trtinezl day from Miami where they were M)I DeMolay Labor Day Dance.BumsteadsWormSyrup. Y ;

of the Pan American ) re- spending a week as guests of Mrs.' I I I 'DOn '
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turned over the East Coast yester 1 Maloney's brother-in-law and sister -' ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

day. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Curry. .
I To ret the original Davit loot<< Pare. Paint
-_ -- ------ -- ---- *T. rhndrvB) .. BMCT* .f tnerrrl lrMn Be sure to MADE IN BAL TIMOR&. mOTFMITTHEERDAV1S
iim-ttatOT a.f.ii.wed.. IT 5l.VA.FAtls .
5...................... BROKE MANY RULES ilrnne .......It.. .nd enormous look. for Da". '100% Pore Paint loin often ken raseae.yr
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root of "" TostS. n rontaiM fall doM. w.w.
Mood alilr am:.' !_. Mild eyvrr.berlor iaitatedbutneverdaphnteL ..--..-..
low _u. We a bottle c1 this Label
Pan Paint 'conor.e With -
Dais ItO%
LOS ANGELES-George Sher- (.t. C. A. tonrhccs. M. PhJlmielvhlB ?
SocietyGarden I I i all pare paint Laws and is the only paint :.=:.--
wood of this city was sentenced I''I IJO.Pw that orric a guarantee of parity ==:-.:

to for 123 when MONROE THEATERLillian ,_
jail days convicted PAINT
I of breaking 47 separate Harvey and Tullio Cook for this Guarantee on the Label =

Garden Club To I I traffic rules.DeMolay Carminatti inLETS vsbe.sour.oia.mebsorwMPuns. Manuf__roof_....__
Hold LIVE TONIGHT Am oor mrmimctt ore ou4 fcy o> B> Btkmora ... oU ebr".sh Drat.... oil.

"You're a very wicked girl!" Insisted Laurie. Meeting I I Labor Day Dance.LEGALS Kay STRANDEDMatinee Francis-George Raft in Ca G898 $ALTIMORE.MI1'

Zl guess It would take a lot to "Can speak to Mr. James Dallas Announcement has been made,' : Balcony lOc; Orchestra G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

kill me.* said Rex Moore. please' she asked of a proposed meeting; ,of the Key ; I5-20c; Night: 15-25c t I
And again that ghastly grin distorted "I am sorry Madam. Mr. DallasIs
West Garden Club
on ThursdayafternooD
Albery'a face. lie went on not In London at present. I OTICK OF MI'TER'S" SALE: -- .-. -- -- .
talking for several minutes but afterwards "Where' Is her with the president Mrs I :Ntmt'K: IS IIKRKBY: GIVEN that I
under and by virtue of and pursuant
ne ould not remember a "I am afraid 1 cannot tell you William ,H. Malone\ at her home! to that certain' decree marie 1 1I

word that he had said. Madam. Mr. Dallas left no address. on Division street beginning at I I and entered< on the lath day of,I "
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August A. 1> 1933.: by the Honorable -
Only one sentence of Rex Moore'sremained In few momenta Laurie
a was out 4:45 'o'clock. !I. Jefferson B. Browne, One of,
In, his mind. of the office. the' Judges of the Circuit Court of
"Please don't tell Laurie. Mr. Al She hailed a taxi and told the At this meeting definite plans,,I the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Monroe County Florida, in Chancery -I FIRMS
bery I've kept It absolutely dark man to drive to Nelly's home In will be submitted for improve-!:: in that certain cause therein
her*. We mustn't let anything come Streatham. Hours seemed to pass. Simonton the,, pending wherein. K. A. Strunk Jr.
ment of street and :
i in complainant, and Burbank R..altyI
ut-on account of the new fuel you although the man made very good
know. Of course It must have. beena going.It committees appointed will discuss I Company under the,.laws a corporation of the State organized of Florida -

mistake." was Nelly who opened tbe doorof ways .and means of .carryingout anti (:ato Real, Estate and Improvement -I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Company a corporationonranised
But to Albery's distracted ears It the little suburban house Nelly this work, it is stated. j I and existing under the
bad seemed that the airman's voice pale-faced and black haired. the very A request is made for a large: laws of the State of Florida are
was full of deadly meaning.T opposite of the radiant Gladys defendants the undersigned Special
attendance of members at the Master In Chancery appointed bysaid -
started back with a little squeal likea proposed meeting. I I decree, will offer for _Ie and
ACJUE spent j-jjf days of.almost scared rabbit cell. at public outcry to the blgb..tbldd..r
L complete so.uue.. Laurie her no time to collect FILLERS..AEmperor for cash, .at the front door ROSES
gave Star American Coffee
Hadrian reigned over of the County Court House in Key JOHN C. PARK
Albery was detained In Berlin. herself. I West, Monroe County "Florida on THIS SPACEYou'll :
She did her routine work at!Hhe of "Where Is Glad 1 don't believe the Romans from 118 to 138. Monday October 7th. A. IJ. UU

flce. Albery had deputed her to look what you told me over tbe'phone. court(same and being a legal a rule sales day day)of during said find out how FLORAL PIECES A

after his correspondence and she "She Is out. Mrs. Moore-really!" DeMolay Labor Day Dance.LEGALS the legal hours of sale, to-wit. between 328 SIMONTON ST. good it i.i when you try

comranlc.iedtwlth: him by telephone "Ill wait 'till she comes back 11 O'clock in the forenoon the first cup, 1b 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
and 2 O'clock in the afternoon of
twice ijircfy dap.But then. Are your people at homer said day. the following described

on tli Momtej after A'.bery's "Only dad. He's got a class.' Nelly property to satisfy said decree ofpaym..nt P L U M B"I N G LARGO, Ib 18c; Ma. ::,..- ,
of the amounts therein PLANTS and VINES
departure; lire Mortimer, his colleague looked as If she wanted to shut the
1\ TIIH COTNTY "1nG.rOI liT: specified: V. & S. Ib 15c.
from Australia, called on front door In Laurie's face. lAMI KOIt MOXHOK fOt::NTV.KI.OKIII1. In the City of KeyTVcst.. PER MONTH
Laurie In her office. This was the "Take me somewhere where we IN I'KOIllTK.In known as Lots Eight 41) and
Re: Estate of :Nine (5), of Square One (I) of Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA
good Samaritan who had come to her can talk.Laurie commanded. I
SR. Tract ,
JAMES D. ROBERTS Twenty-seven (27) according DURO PUMPS _
rescue In Sydney. "You've got to tell ma.the truth. I deceased. to Martello. Tow"raRubdl..I.lon
She gave him tea in her office. Al- know Glad Isn't staying with you." NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo : plat of which sub STAR COFFEE MILL -
all creditor and all persons I division being: recorded In PUt PLUMBING SUpPLIES NURSERY
bery had obviously told him that she "Oh Mrs. Moore how can you say ha vine claims or demands against I Uuok, page 140. Monroe County 512 Greene Street $3 00-
and Rex Moore were separated but such a thing The girl was a bad sold: Estate I Florida. Records ; .
be wa* very.tactful Possibly Albery actress. She led Laurie Intothe You and each of you are hereby I I RAYMOND n. LORD PHONE 348 Phone 256
notified and required to presentany Special Master I In Chancery PHONE 597
had hinted that he was going to mar front ,sitting-room and there were claims and demands which. you. i WH. II. AlALOSE.I : .
ry her himself after the divorce. At tears In her eyes. or either of you. may have against. Solicitor for Complainant
the estate of James D. Roberts, Sr..I aug2s sept4.11-11-2s.!
any rate, Mr. Mortimer was very "It's no good lying to me. Nelly. deceased late of Monroe County.(
friendly indeed. lie asked most' kindly Laurie said quietly. know there's Florida to the Hnn. Hugh Ounn.Conntv -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

after her sister and seemed deeply something wrong. You've been help- his office Judge in the of County Monroe CourthouseIn County, at t I FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE SELECT SEA FOODS INS U RAN C E

Interested In her career, and Invited Ing Glad to keep things from me. r Monroe County. "Florida within I t.i THE KEY WEST
them both to dine with him Whsre's: Glad!" right: calendar months from the J.wi, 2 lb. 3Sc ,

the next evening and go to show "1 don't know whimpered Nelly of.date All of the claims first and publication demands here not;i NEW YORK Yellowtail Steak 2 lb. 3Sc Office: 319 Du..1 Street

Laurie accepted with pleasure.Mr. In a last frantic effort of loyalty. presented within the time and In Yellowtail Bose. 2 lb. 2Sc "
\ Mortimer was so kind. Gladys "You do know and you're going to the manner prescribed herein shall SUNDAY STAR
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would love She fond of tell You're wicked girL" be barred as provided by law. Cro.per. 2 lb. ZSc
that a
was so me. very Dated August 14. A. D. 1>J*. land BOSTON TELE HONE N0.1abscrl
restaurants and theatres. "Ob. no. Mrs. Moore! Nelly's JAMES r. ROBERTS. JR Snapper, 2 25c
When Mr. Mortimer had gone she voice was now choked with sobs CONSTANCE: : ROBERTS-EDWARDSt ; S P tiun'2 Per Year
From Key Welt alternate Friday
As Executors of the Last Will and M.ttoa Fish Z Th. 2Sc
rang up Kelly Parka home in "I'm scared to death and frightfully Testament of James D. Roberts I W' Try Tr M..t. AI
'' 'From New York alternate Tae Key eat I Sunday -TIIE-
Streatham. worried. But Glad made me swear I Sr. Deceased. FRESH SHRIMP any
""This Is Laurie Moore speaking." wouldn't telL And you know how UKlt-i-2S: ept4 I! day Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant

aha said as Nelly answered. "How she Is. how mad she gets If you cross SCHOOL SPECIAL ; From Boston alternate Saturday FREE PROMPT. DELIVERY PORTER 5 ALLEN

are you all? I want to speak t.- Glad. her.and how she always has her own -onPERMANENT- i' AUo XEW ORLEANS! .. KEY WEST Btuina aa Office Citizen B.dwel..r Boor .______ lie

Will you call herr way." "* WAVES i Alienate ".....'....... .. Arrive LOWE FISH COMPANY Building C-r. Diar.. ------
There was a quite perceptible (Co,1riI1I11. 1>1S. Cor Sissies' : Key \ltt aceoB.4 day f.llewt.g.CLYDEMALI.ORY. COMPANYSI.
Two Permanents PHONE 151 10., 7Sc. ad .Ie
t PHONE 51
pause and then Nelly said: S5.00 -------

"Glad Isn't in Just now. Mrs. for ____._._
Laurie learn the truth about
Moore." Gladys, tomorrow.. Better Waves, $5.00 and v.p- I .Ji.lF
lMITH. a-eaf. AARON McCONNELL
MRS. MILLER
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Our Reputation u
Key West Wr.pPRITCHARD
Ocean View Apt. Phone 574-J 536 Flewi.g Street

AUSTRALIA STARTS I'I I Lyons was his tribute to King I 1 ped'bi' ..ery package JENNIE B. ,DE. BOER

MAKING STUDY OF George after the jubilee festivi- FUNERAL HOME


SOCIAL SECURITYContinued ties."Our king is all a man, shouldbe I 0 STEAMSHIP Co. Watch Tb. 0 t1Ls PRINTING of Dig.ifl.a 3y.p.t1.WDtxtm I -

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said
and every inch a king.
( from Page Give) Lyons. "In private life he is s : UNITED STATES FAST Co.rt..J'

Catholic likes his glass of beer, kindly and gracious English gen- MAIL ROUTES FOR Qi DONE BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

has a lively interest in everything tleman; in his public capacity he PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I LICENSED EMBALKE -: -. .
and.one hobby-his family. is WATCHMAKER JEWELE! -THE- ,
an inspiration! to humanity. Effect! March 18th, 1935
Pay Tribute To King \I I Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays AND ENGRAVER .

It was at college, where both 1220 P. M.Leare i See HiraF r 'Your,Next Wed ARTMAN PRESS Aaklaa SenIce -

were training as teachers that he WI 251 Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I ALL PRICES REDUCED .

met Edith Muriel\ Burnell, whomhe I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Citizen BId LADY ATTENDANT
married on April SO, 1915. days 6:30 P. M. N..n: 9 ,. t2-1 Ie B Citi2ea Office

Intelligent "homey" and popular 1 / TicketR..natl_* a* Ope. S.t.rda Nialate P64ti Ne..r s....
she has been his "right hand man" I Dock. *...._ 71

ever since. BILIOUSNESS I J. H. COST. At..u
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