The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 17, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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In Old I Colonial Field By H. STEWART LEONARD
RAINY SEASON .. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..._.-.-..._-_.................-_._-.s --- Party Fail To Muster Any Great Strength

The Junior Patrol is rapidly iMVs. Pauline Phelan I will l gratefully -
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OHIO RESIDENTS I agencies in Key* West. Not i This is but half the ,job. Mrs.." PULASKI SHOALS ROTARY GOVERNOR TO Several Matters .

To Look Forward POINTS OUT GREAT NEED only is the Junior Patrol par-f'j Phelan will also instruct the boys I

I BOOST KEY WEST TO PUT HOUSES IN BEST ticipating in ports and organized and girls in the proper care of I LIGHT STATIONIN PAY VISIT HEREROTARY Within Ranks Of

To Establishing Base' drills, but and this is more important -I Ia number of plants and flowers! eee..e.eo..o..e..eA

Commodore von Mietk- OF CONDITIONWith I it is developing an attitude -I I which they can take home and OPERATION Parties Cause Change

Of Action Liuba H. D. W.. has receiveda of pride in the city and a I plant in their own gardens. The

letter from Dr. B. R. Balesof II desire to see Key West as the 1, boys and girls can get papayas?. In ProgramBy

Circleville Ohio in which the; rainy season approaching i most beautiful place in the'counI -. crotons. oleanders hibiscus! bougainvillea -!
the doctor states that "''th PLACED IN COMMISSIONLAST
stephanotis yellow5
time I
/aT Aa..elated rr...) ;; now is the for try.The
Mrs. Bales and myself like i Patrol has slapped a white candle flowers and dwarf poin-
ROME. July 17_lulr. the Wes to I NIGHT LIGHTED BYRON PRICE
residents put
Key West immensely. Weboth' of Key :wash brush over many eyesores, cianas. In the fall months there ; 4Chlrf .r O.r..... The Alrr .._ .....
lat European country to enter like it better than any their homes and business build-!I,has cleaned a number of yards will be a number of annuals avail- WHISTLING BUOY NEW: ADDITION .. %'%...1.Bt..)

other place in Florida." ings in condition to withstand, the and lawns. So far most of their able for distribution.With Renewed Icft-wing efforts lu

the colonial field u BOW on theverge Dr. Bales was a winter rigors of that season, and to improve work has been of a remedial na these plants and flowers, TO AIDS organize fir t-lme third
resident here last year, accumulating ture. These boys and girls have the boys and girls can build their I a party
of making her greatest their buildings as fas as
a shell collectionfor 1 been busy correcting faults and own gardens or improve those have served chiefly to demon-
i colonial venture u.iac her oldest study purposes. He is possible, it was pointed out at the)! cleaning up. Now the Junior that are already existing. They With the addition of Pulaski :

also an. ardent stamp collector Key West Administration offices]> Patrol is in a position to do rome can also find a means of disposing -1 Irate bow remote tuck a development
\, colony, Eritrea, a* her ba.. of and beautiful col. I Shoals light which was placed in''
\. owns a this morning. II positive on a new programof of tin cans and that is a problem I really' i ia.
';V. lection'of ':'covers'*, envelopes cooperation and independentwork. which is almost as pressing commission last A
.. aetioar.. Sao ,consider herself Heavy rains can be expected in night and the t .
:::; with ,fancy cancelations. HIS ,|I as disposing of old razor blades. Nearly all of the nationally..
bomnd>> to make it to keep alive her .collection :will he exhibited j: September it was cited and dur- i Ralph Gunn landscape architect i.( They are cautioned to .remember lighted whistling buoy 8A, installed I

here durinf.the, International ling th* time between now and) for the Florida ERA here I I that the can should be stripped ofl t known liberal leader who would

pot e*.ioas in Eastern Africa. Stamp and- Coin Exposition .. then it would be well to get all has requested the members of the i II the wrappers and should l yesterday near_ Tortugas .. : have to be depended on to give

Ital)'* colonies there, Eritrea sponsored. December 1935 parts of the buildings in good Junior Patrol to collect tin .cans,j cleaned. there is now a total of 1536 aids
by the Ph-ilat.lic' Numismatic shape. the sizes to be no smaller than l Here is another opportunity, to navigation in the Seventh District ofL II force and landing to the movement
and SomalilaaJ, are not among Societyof Key West. the number two can and more especially -I for the members of the Junior
Many roofs in the city need repairs of which William W. Demer- have either shied! away fromit
Dr. Bales has accepted an gallon sizes, clean and Patrol to demonstrate their
the most important colonial hold- appointment to act as one of a study made by Key West take them to the Nursery at the I ratility. ingenuity and kind ver.I' itt is superintendent, with Henry 1 or counselled delay.A .

lags of the treat nations. Their the judges in toe subdivisionof Administration construction men Public Library any time between fulness-factors which have Hawkins, assistant. I I

"Covers and Fancy 'Can- shows, and during this summer 9 ,and 3 o'clock every day except' ready made them invaluable to The: figure 153S:: includes all Alfred P. Marshall few months ago a formidable
value has been rendered celadons" which will be one : Saturday and Sunday. There, the citizens; of Key West. third-party ticket, to the left JI
I they can be put in good condition lighthouses lignts, beacons and I
.even less by the attitude of of more than twenty subdivisions I I I GOVERNORfVILL Mr. Roosevelt was regarded by
by their owners. Gutters also -- --- --- buoys and three radiobeacons one
of the stamp exhibition should be repaired in I at Egmont Key, another at Tor- many politicians as almost as-
passive commercial resistance I.! preparation ':I #
; for the rainy season. ODD FELLOWS I Ii I: .I'I"G'.I'.l'ij tngas and the other at FoweyRocks I ; sured. Several things haze con

adopted by Ethiopia which deprives .I.1'.II'I'.vI 1 I The third kind of repair men I''HERRING PARTIES' J lighthouse.::: I \ VISIT LOCAL P tributed to the change. On the

them of their hinterland. i Aids, in the vocabulary of the.. \
| TO ENTERTAIN one hand Mj. Roosevelt himself
cisj .
tioned this of
morning was -
AID TO INDUSTRY, lighthouse; service apply to allequipment
To the colonies from
OFFER PRAISE i j terns. They should be looked is looked upon now by a large
dying economically Italy has need|: i t ? a/paratuses which
of Abyssinia either in friendly: | over closely and wherever any defects LOCAL YOUTHS Inv Awwrlaterf Pr...) > assist navigators whether lightedor I fccction of political opinion a:'

FOR RECEPTION I are found they should be LONDON. July 17. unlighted.Of i having moved rather definitely
cooperation, or as a protectorates! I
corrected before the rainy season aids in this district ASSEMBLY TO BE HELD>
Since the first alternative seems I i "Humble herring" parties unlighted:; toward the left, with his advocacy
impossible for many years to'+'' GIVEN VISITORS l I, The in.Federal Housing Admin.1: BOYS INVITED TO ASSEMBLE are the vogue for 1935 de fixed there are 1169. Lgihted aids DURING EVENING IN OFFIQi :of such measures as the Guffey
structures number 302

come Italy is ready to try the] ] istration is approving loans for butantes.The ;i. ( coal bill, the Wagner labor bill
second. 1 I I | AT LODGE ROOMS TOMORROW" jubilee empire spirit floating lighted aids number 65 OF CLUB PRESIDENT i}the new tax plan and stringent
this kind of work, it was JK'inteJout.
I making total of 367 lighted
prompted the fashion, and by a
Concentration In Eritrea % I and where citizens are not !nJ 'EVENING; REFRESH. guides to mariners. MELVIN E. RUSSELL utility regulation.Besides .
GREETINGS RECEIVED FROM,. its means society members |
there is
Eritrea is the smaller of the a position to make investments in I The above figures indicate a much food for
are assisting a home industry I j.
MENTS TO BE SERVED thought in what the republicansare
two colonies, but the more im MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER:[ preserving their homes with pr'- which has been badlyhit I i wonderful increase in the number
portant, and the closer to the 'I vate funds it may be possible to< I recently.In : of these navigation guides which Alfred P. Marshall; of Clearwater doing. A definite revival of
motherland being 3,250 miles OF COMMERCE RELATIVE''[secure loans through this Federal republican hope is apparent as
1930 it the "ham J.I have been added during the past Fla. of the thirty-
as compared with Somali-1 J. R. Click representative L L Boys of Key West are to Jbe was governor ales j are J ken to reorgim'z"Ih'aC :
agency. -
25. She Seventh Dbtrcit.
.1c" replaced'
party by ninth district Rotary International party a roDg more
I t l land's-6,600. *- -- !t< of'the" 'Housing Administration : guests of Equity Lodge Numberl I I Records show that in 1911 just -
the "kipper" in 1933. t
party will make the annual visit lines. If the republicans
It is Kt'yl! are
,, in this colony that the has an office in the 70. I. O. 0. F., tomorrow night at 124 years ago this date, there were
to the local Rotary Club on Friday to become ultra-conservative: ,
great majority of Italian -wldieVs I West Administration Building.1 say
but 359 aids to navigation of all ,
and workmen are being concen I Greetings from the Miami Beach and will be glad to talk with persons -!I I Is o'clock in the Knights of Pythias '. types in this district. Of these July 19. some of the left-wingers, why;: enhance -
Chamber Commerce I hall on Fleming street. The weekly luncheon will beheld their prospects of winning
trated. I of were received : ,relative to any proposed re-] there were 61 .lighted, one of
Eritrea contains some' gold de. over the past wekend during : pair work. I For some time this lodge has APPOINTMENTCITY which was a buoy and 298 unlighted on that day instead of Thnrsj j in 1936 by splitting the left-wing
'] I I had under advisement form day. at 12:15 o'clock in the Parish opposition!
posits which some .
are being developed: the visit of members of the:
to their utmost although the,' Women's I of social activity for the amusement JUDGE I With the increase in number, it Hall. A 100 percent attendanceis ] Democrat Keep Senate
Miami Beach Business .
LOCAL CONVENT desired is stated.A
average production is only around: and betterment of the boys YETI is pointed out, there has also beena .0 One of the oddities of the 1936
50 pounds a month. It also has, League.In of this community and it was decided I marvelous increase: in efficiency slab I assembly will be held situation*it thai, wkoever is elec-

many possibilities in iron ore. Ita; a letter addressed to M. E.Gilfond HAS VISITORS to entertain them after the of the aids and a great deal of Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock inj ted presiddit' and nb,jiatter what.

principal exports are coffee and; administrator for the regular session of the lodge. AWAITING ACTION OF MAy.j this is due to the development of the office of the club president kind; of landslide} afay develop:

salt, the principal imports cotton Florida ERA here Thomas J. Pan. The objective is to form a club OR MALONE TO various forms of radio equipment, Melvin'rt Rt1 1J. in tie house election.: the ..demo
I I At the 1 last; meeting of the club ,
cloth and coffee (this latter for coast, president of the Miami and inaugurate entertainmentforms including radiotelephone and radio- crats are sure to retain control of
export). Beach trfede organization expressed SISTERS OF HOLY NAME ARRIVE of social activity. which will VACANCYIn I beacon which are now, and have the following committee on enter- : the senate for another two years.

In 1933 imports were worth the wish that there would be I OVER HIGHWAY be beneficial'to the youth of Key t been for some time, in use in the tainment of the District Governor| Only one-third of the senator
approximately $14.620,000, ex-'!, continued: success in "your most West This organization is not district. was named: Gerry Curtsi. Charles are elected at one time. Two-

ports about 5174000. :' worthwhile activities" being carried LAST NIGHT Leing formed to conflict with any The Citizen reply to is numerous unable to inquiries say who I I As an example of the efficiency Taylor is i and expected William that H.the Malone.It Rotary. I thirds of the present membLr.Jiipwill :

Colonisation Limited I' on here. other boys' organization now active will be the next judge of municipalcourt of the service compared: to former ) not be in any way affected by
The letter was read by Mrs. in Key West. i I Jays last'night when the lighted guest will arrive on the noon the 1936 election. And exactly
This colony still uses the Maria I i I nor when the appointment train
Theresa thalor the silver coin ofEthiopia William R. Warren at the lunch- Sister Ethelbert, superior of the An invitation is extended to all will be made. buoy, mentioned in the first part thDistrict Governor CO of these holdovers are democrats -
eon given last Saturday at Del. white boys from 12 to 18 years I this and the atrulaski "Alf as clean
| the Names of of article light a majority of the
I Academy of Holy
Judge B. Cleare Jr. the
in joint circulation with I is known in Clearwater, is a ,
I monico Restaurant for the visi-f Tampa Sister Mary of the Epip- to meet with the lodge at the hour [I Shoals were placed in commission full senate membership of 96.
the lira, although several attempts incumbent tendered his resignation charter member of the Rotary !II
[ tors. The letter follows; named. A good time is promisedall I radio broadcast was If the republicans
I hany. Sister Stella Maria and Sister a sweep everyone
last week which is become it The
have been made in vain by' to Club in that city i ic shown. j
I' "The Miami Beach Chamber of Mary Hermanns, of the institution who attend. started which will be 'maintained I of the senatorial elections
the colonial authorities to effective as coon as his successor club was organized December,
sup. Commerce wishes to express its arrived over"the highwaylast The lodge will hold its regular 'at intervals for 21 hours tellingthe ) attend-1 i next year, they still will be in the
it Italian is appointed.The !feu.
plant with The 1934. He perfect
currency. }! I I a I
appreciation of the efforts of the the session at 7:30 o'clock. This will marine world of the additional minority.On .
and at
thaler is the sole of night are guests appointment will be made record for the entire odora- !
pay FERA to make'the visit of the I Convent of Mary Immaculate.The be brief. The remainder of the J guides to safety added to those'in sore top of that, 12 of the 32
by Mayor Wm. II. Malone his in
ment in foreign trade. at some tion of membership Rotary I Iover
Miami Beach Business Women'sLeague evening will be devoted to the entertainment the Seventh Li.'hthonse District seats to be filled in 1936
had ; are in
visitors pleasant
a very future date and this He five
Eritrea is the only one of the, appointmentwill ten years. served J
two colonies which offers i: a pleasant occasion and of trip which was only interruptedonce. I of the guests who be presented to city council with hedaquarters at Key West. .-?.,_ ... fin!. Secrets two .,....r. the democratic lIOuth-in Tennessee
any i I mutual benefit to both of our enjoy games and other amuse 3'a.'I' I'-- North Alabama
Homestead may Carolina
This at
possibilities for colonization by 1 was for'/confirmation:/ or other- action I II a" Club President and has served j ,
communities. when auto tro .Lle made it necessary ments after which refreshmentswill South Carolina Virginia, Oklahoma ,
white .men, and that only in half; "I wish I as the case may be. I MAKE FIGHT ON on Club and District Conference: ,
I| to congratulate you the night be served. Mississippi, Kfnfa&y.
for them to spend
of the colony, amid the highlands.' It is understood that there are Committees too-numerous to men ,
upon the splendid work have All boys of the named will Louisiana
you there and catcbthe early ferry ages Arkansas Georgia, ant l
several Mr. Marshall ha attended
The applications: awaiting the lion. ; J
principal port. Hassana is
done and sincerely wish you continued be welcomed and a committee of OPIUM TRAFFIC I Il Texas.
unhealthful. yesterday. I consideration of Mayor Malone. nine District Conferences and two i
but the capital, As-
I! success in your most worthwhile Sister Mary of the Epiphanywill the lodge will be at the door to I I International. Conventions. His Normally all of these 12 places
mara, at 7,000 feet altitude, hasa
activities. I them.CUBA .
be remembered by I greet would be expected to to the
many go
classification L<* law. I
good Visitors climate to this for colony Europeans.that!'I!I "I trust when you are in )Miami friends in Key West as Miss Anna VISITOR LEAVES BUSINESS REELING UNDER I Ii "Air has held public office as. democrats, giving them an assurance :-
gay that you will come over to MiamiBeach of 62 of the 96
it is now unrecognizable. Woodtn I Sweeting daughter cf Mrs. Theodore RESIDENTS l a City Commissioner! of Clearwater : senate
and honor us with a visit. and Sister Stella 1 ATTACK MADE BY CHI- seats in the next .
Sweeting congress
i i and Chairman of the Board of..
cities reminiscent of the I ENROUTE HOMEHarry i i
developfment Maria will be ;remembered;;; :: as-Miss' I Public Instruction of Pinellas' It would seem. that if the republicans
of the west in the United'
States have sprung up over night; CRACKER BARREL Isabel Sweeney daughter.of Mrs.i' LEAVE FOR MIAMI t NESE GOVERNMENTt County. Fla. j make an exceptional

Mary E. Sweeney.CABRERAS. The District Governor exempli- sweep they may wind up with
as tens of thousands of lIoldiersland CHAT PRODUCTIVE Renouf, of Kent Ohio .
I .1 about one-third of the
lies the Rotary ideal of service by ,i spoils
workmen have poured into who spent about one week in Key t AaMrlat Prea.l
the colony. It is a common beet| Inv \la' rr..) NOW\ MrsSylvia Amador de la Torres West, left recently for his home, NANKING, July 17.-The Chii -, frequent and active participation I!i No Tax Ruse Danger

lief that the workmen and many, BISMARCK. N. D.. July 17.- and daughter, and sister Miss and will make preparations to "re- nese government is scoring hear- in many civic and community ac- : Whatever may come. out of the

of the soldiers later will receive! Over a cracker barrel little more Estelle Amador of Cardenas turn about the first of November ily in its smashing offensive j Uiities.Mr :'i tax squabble in congress-and the

remunerative offers to stay there;, than a year ago came an idea IN NEW YORK Cuba who were guests of their [ and stay for the winter season. I, against the opium traffic in this! Marshall is 38 ,.*.1'old.. t' possibilities are many-the citi-

and in Ethiopia as permanent' which has blossomed! into a project I I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Abe- Mr. Renouf conducts a sponge 1 country Dr. J. Ileng Lin, director t J and married to Jessie C. Marshall. !',: zen of ordinary means need not

colonists. in the northern part of North 1, lardo Estevez, left yesterday for business in Kent, and while here i of the health administration has They have' a rt>n? daughter Kath--I:(:worry about having his taxes in-

Somaliland Largely Desert I Dakota which will give more than] Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Ca : the wee!-end in M&mi.i : bought a number of lots offeredat reported to the national government erine. I]'I I creased next year.
Somaliland is of far greater extent 40 miners and their families new,'; brera, Jr. and children are now i They were accompanied by Miss the municipal sponge dock. He I "Air is a member of the Peace I I A tax raise for the rank and

than Eritrea but owing to]I 1 I modern homes and a new future..', spending their summer vacation ''I. Carmita Solis, also of Cardenas, invested about $1,500 and will Dr. Liu said that the cultivation j! Memorial !resbyterian Church. ', Tile of the voters in one of those

its position closer to the equator) Robert Oliver, Burlington coal traveling through the Northeast and Miss Sylvia' Trujillo- of Key enter the buying 'market ou his of opium poppies was completely the Clearwater Masonic Lodge, Pi things which simply don't come to
i I I Kappa Alpha Fraternity and Phi
and to the fact that it is largely t,miner: broached the idea as he i ern states.. I West. return. halted in eight provinces within j Delta Phi. legal fraternity ; pass immediately preceding acampaign

desert it is of less importance::; talked with a storekeeper, over a According to word received I .----------- the past year. "I year.
commercially. By far the largest''barrel of crackers.' His thought I here, they have visited many interesting Extending the death penalty to j! Talk of a general revision with

production is 'of bananas all of: was to provide his fellow-miners I I i places and cities of the!.! convicted narcotic peddlers helped II SPONGE SALE I! increases all along the line to

which go to Italy. In 1933 closeto with work which would sustain 1: East and are now spending a short' to curb this- illegal traffic ,Dr.I I meet the deficit may sound well

fl.000,000 worth of bananas t: them when the mines were shut''stay in New York. SUMMER CLEARANCE SALEON Liu said. In the last year 263 but no one would expect it to

were sent to the motherland. !I i down. I I Before returning home they were executed. HELD TODAYOnly muster many rotes on Capitol HilL

Exports in 1933 were about. From the conversation even-I expect to motor to Virginia RECONDITIONED The numter ofanti-opinm clinics I Not only the President but everyone

S2.S05.000, imports about $4-;; tually came the Burlington subsistence I where they will visit with rel PLYMOUTHS in the country increased from of the 435 members of the
857.000. project backed by the'. .atives.II FORDS, CHEVROLETSAND ICO to00.. a few small lots of sponges I house and 32 of the senator como

Eritrea is much more developedfrom rural rehabilitation corporation OTHERS were offered for sale this morning I up for reelection in 1936. and all

an engineering point of view, and built with the aid of the II QUARREL OVER"BIBLE MANY QOOD BUYS WAITING FOR YOU WEDS OLD SWEETIE I at the regular hours for bidding : I of them know that higher taxes
than Somaliland. with railroads FERA. at the municipal dock. never are popular.
cement roads aqueducts and. When it is completed the project SEATTLE.-In a quarrel over 1,I Sale lasts 1 week only-strt* Saturday, July 20. I CHICAGO.::;After they had There were 10 purchases made t General tax increases come

other improvements. Its population ; will contain 40 homes. each[ reading of the family Bible, Open all day Sunday been separated 50 yean, Mrs. ranging from $1.11 to $46. the i after elections not Just before.

!is somewhat smaller being: surrounded by eight acres of land J George Bielien of this city was NAVAR R I Harriet Richardson was finally entire sales totalling $109.40. By that token a different fore-
505.000. compared with Somali-1 t and purchased on a 20-to-30 year' killed and his wife was seriously I I O Inc. wed to her girlhood sweetheart, Wool grass and yellow sponge I cast may be In order after tha
land's 966333. payment plan. injured. Louis Bouek constituted the offerings. I votes are in in 193,6.WAGNER'S .




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Qr e :l.Cy ( THE POWER LOBBY I until he returns it was said af the o..............o........
KEY WEST IN 'capital.Issuing. I[L TODAY'S WEATHER, 11 Today Horoscope

THE Pot>ll CITIZEN: hM DalIr pntLltMIXG Except Sunday COQ By 1C.L Congress was*ubjeCtedito' ttne'of the DAYSt'a O rffi' Y '.1 .... ..........<... ..4.

P. AHTMAN.!; Pmldrat most active 'lobbies of 'recent years when of bonds for paving the i This is another good; day giving
'JOB. AI.LRV A..U(.Bt B..a..... Maaasrrr Happenings Her hd 1'0 Years streets of Key West will be discussed Temperature || WEATHER CONDITIONS !!
the power 'companies marshaled their I a strong masterful nature with
From The Cltlsen Building Ao Today AtVakea'FromThe at a meeting of the city Highest:; .._...... ..........90 ; --- I Am-
Corner Greene and Ann Street power and influence to defeat the. so- Files Of The Citizen council tonight. The meeting ia Lowest ..... >.....n.h.. ... .....77 Pressure continues high over I great endurance and ability.
called because of the |re ence in bition I is the keynote of this character -
called "death sentence" for lean84Normal\ the Atlantic States 'rom Georgia'northward ,
Only Dany Newspaper In Key. Went and MonroeCounty. unnecessary"public A, pferrilum of ''$22,088 'was I II. the city at this time of rep t'n. Mean h.. .... _. ........84 : with the crest over!I : and. if properly curbed with
, ._ utility holding companies.The tatives of a numbu'of bond the' combination of a studious
paid by Marx and company of Rainfall New York and New England while j jt
Florida second class matter
Entered at Key West as :
Federal Trade Commission 'Birmingham Yesterday's Precipitation .04 Ins. I mind. it bis! fair to make a person -
some ; Otis' and ompan7, a disturbance of moderate intensity -(
FIFTY- lTtt YKAKMmfcrr I I I Ihe Normal Precipitation .... .00 Ins. of powerful who will
years ago In'Its investigation revealed howthese Cleveland; C. JVf. McNear -nd is: over North} Dakota and I Il'rt'slure presence
.f tile 'A..i-Ia."I TressThe 'Ovt'r Sea Company today 'Tbi rrrird: .etrm :2l-h' j4Iia4; not only be sure of success, but
company, Chicago, 'and Caldwell ...IL IYia .... is subnormal south-
radian at M '.a; over "'
Asoclated Press is exclusively entitled to use companies 'bought newspapers, subsidized I 1' isitfed c6ntracts for 20,000 cubic: I 1 Tomorrow Almanac !'em will do much for tbev rld 'at
credited to and company of. Nashville, for the 'I waters and Central America. r large.
fur republication t of all dispatches of marl
news yards fill'to be used in }
also ( educators, influenced politicians, $ : I Sun rises ...-........ ....... 5:48'a. m. i Temperature! have not changed
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and 1,060,000 highway bonds iold'bythe rri'ine the l level of lots in the
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the local news published here. and flooded'the' country with misleading commissioners Ia't Martello Towers' Subdivi ion. 'Thei San sets -- 7:18 p. m. J much since yesterday morning and Farm women of Czechoslovakia
'- night.! county These bonds were,the first|I,contract was awarded the South i,[Moon rires-...:....-.t' ..-. 9:19 p. m. (' are generally normal in most rec-J J|I are given free transportation byi
propaganda. The Commission's inquiry t i Moon sets 8:21 a. m. tions except the northern Great i i them
) i the to
EDITORIAL of the 'issue authorized by the'"Ftorrda Conttl-; =tin and EngineerIng government encourage
ItNATlONAL {: revealed '' I Tomorrow Tide I Plains where They are 10 to 151 i to attnd agricultural! meetings!;
[ the 'extent of watered 'stock and voters 'forthe building of the, company. City council at a > I I
A.M. P.M. decrees above
| the
: I93 :[: last night i of- j seasonal aver-j
meeting I
S"s highway to be offered for 'iale. accepted an
I'exorbitant i __.__ ___..._ I '
charges to the public, revealingthe i i I High: 11:12Low see. Florida Elsevhere: the weather
The 'OSZOOS.i fer of $25.000 bv the Bur i i
sr l1"BlcnIPTIO! RATE "holding Issue' brought $1, ; batik\ '. .. ............... 4:30' 5:4C Showers -and thmderstorms occurred was' fair.
company" chief company.
developers of
2.07 Martello
as :
One Tear ____.,._.,_..._._._ tlo.eo agent 'which Is, percent above 'par.j' ''t Barometer 8 a. m. today: during the- last! 24 hoursin I t SAM GOLDSMITH,
and means by which''these Had the bonds been offered in Towers, to le used in con-;:
S.OO piratical 'prac .
Six Months Sea level, 29.92.WEATHER the Carolina: Georgia and Tem.Torarily in Charge.CONDENSED
blocks tru ting a park at the West Mar"tello
Three Months. --'___ Z.50 tices were consummated! of 'consecutive maturity .
they VouTd have 'a'little' Towers reservation ; -.- ------
brought ,
One Month J- .85 I FORECAST
Weekly ..29AUVERTISIXJ President Roosevelt, who for"years in higher 'price,but the commissioners -j i --- f I !i '
New York courageously 'expressed: themselves"as'beinqhighly '. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
represented the Editorial: i
RATES : comment: Kindners of (Till 8 m., Thursday)
satisfied 'with the I. p.
Made known on application. eSPECIAL :, public interest against'the'organizea might offered. prices!)( heart does not always extend as Key Wert and Vicinity: Partly THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK

AOTICH of the 'power companies, has advocated a ,I afar, as pocVetbock.. I cloudy tonight and Thursday ex- '
All reading; of thanks, resolutions of i OF KEY WEST
respect, obituary notices eta, will be charged for at Federal bill which would mean the end of 'In the beautiful Roman Cath-t; !.; q ; .) '"' close '
Miss Minnie Smith of Miami i. a as at of basinets June'29, 1935
the rate of 10 rents<< a line. the economic parasites in the form of olic church of Los Angeles in Ha.. .f.i 1I'l'lIJ \'
: cousin of Mr. 2nd :Mr. Earl Baker
> Comptroller Call
Notices for entertainment. by holding companies and vsna 9 o'clock tins evening. 'Dr. J I "
'a. revenue is to Ire derived ar. 5 cents a line. prevent manipulation arrived Wednesday! to attend 1J
The Citizen is an open forum and Invites discussion of values and improper practices. Jose MtTinel Renedo of-Key West ,, the reception vt'n Thursday evening RESOURCESLoans }
and :Miss Ve-.'es Maria Urquiaga.of I
of pALlie 1)' ucs and subjects<< of local or general in complirre-it to Mr. and Mrs. i \ and Investments '000 $ 303,950.23 I
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communication Against this bill the holding companies Havana: and member of one of 'Baker by Mr. Bake-'s parents ;'ofr.I' '; 3ankme. house'. Furnitureand
*. exerted their utmost. In, letters to the olde t families in Cuba will. and ;Mrs. n E. Baker at their \ '-\d' : IJ'i Fixtures __.mno.._ 33,848.51
be married. President' Gerard Ma1cratlo 11-0 Stock 'of the Federal
stockholders scattered throughout the nation home 915 So.ithard street. Summer motto: kill all the flies will be one of the witnessesto 'I. 'i'1 serve Bank "_' ''_ .
.. you and in paid advertisements, together .the ceremony. Others who will 1 t,'fJ\/'V i,! Temp r ..y..F/ deral. ..De-/ **,, .

can hit. with other more secret and doubtful methods act in this capacity are !some of ". Ir.(1' ,} ,Mrs. Rodney<< Albury. !j J'1L United posit States Insurance.Government Fund 1954.01
the most distinguished names in. 1011 Ansrc'a !'street announce the :; Partly Ciondy
: ,,the companies'have tried to make'the Obligations direct ,
Profits are only made from 'cus'torherswho : the president's cabinet ,pdjO{ \lier, birth t>n Wednesday. July 15, of a I II cept probably local thundershowers and fully guaranteed .
stockholders and the public feel that their official". I !son.' I ..._..___.............$593,664.69Other #;
afternoon gentlewinds
pay. \ interests, not that of the holding company's I I Thursday ; !; Marketable Bonds
:'.... mostly easterly. and Securities .,. ____ 200,706.21
'management, was at stake. President At press: time thiq afternoon no I: 'Honoring Mr. and. :Mrs. Earl i j Florida: Light l tiK"loI showers in Cash and due from Banks!- 437575.27 1,231,946.17
Very often it's the trivial trifles that Roosevelt referred to the lobby word has been received! from'Gov-);'Eugene: Baker who were married': :! .
'power as north and gcncral'y: fair in south
make )life terrible. ernor John W. Martin setting 'ai i July 8, Mr. and Mrs. P.:. E.; flak- j ; 1577698.92
so the m.aSt daring and powerful l ever'created date when he Will betr'committees ,'er. pirtnU of the brideirroom. 'enttrtained i portion tonight; and Thursday except -
by any organization;and that it was em- from 'the 'board cf ''county commissioners .. last! evening at their1; :' probably local thundershowers LIABILITIES

When it comes to allowing other na- ploying deliberate falsifications bits fightto city council) and Exchange {.I home, 9V5 Soithra l street, with 1 in south portion Thursday afternoon. Capital ....muh.um______.__.._._* 100.000.00
<< Club on a petition asking ': one of the most! elaborate receptions Surplus and Undivided Profits .....,_ 58.906.54
tions to'put it over on us, Uncle Sam is the prevent the enactment of the legisla- the governor to call a special session ever given sn Key West. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Deposits .....___......_.________,__...____..___... 1418792.38
prize boob of them all. tion. of the legisMure to reenact':, .j Gentle to moderate easterly! wind
the Monroe county water supply' John Srdidel member of the; and partly overcast weather tonight 1 $1,577,698.92
district bill. As the governor will, j'crew of'the t Schooner Coppe 'fieM. : and Thursday,ith oc'a* on- i Since Jan. 1. 1935; we have voluntarily relinquished'
Some day the people on the relief will A JUG JOB leave Tallahassee} 'on Sunday for I I I was brought to the Marine hospital: I showers.. I $239.000 U. S. Postal Savings riepwits."
have to learn how to work all : ill | the Eat: Gulf Light winds, mostly
over again, I Atlanta to attend the meeting of yesterday dangerously oij : ; i 'Member of Federal Reserve'System
and won't that be a job in itself. The Treasury's silver-buying policy the Stone Mountain Memorial Association Coast Guard Patrol Boat 298. f easterly. and partly overcast
it is .likely that he will J weather tonight and Thursday j Member of Federal Deposit 'Insurance Corporation
has encountered adversity.As I be unable to'make: an appointment, Subscribe to The Citizen. i ith scattered; thowers. i u. s. GOVERNMENT'DEPOSITARY
'Einstein says space is eating up mat- the price of silver reached new -
ter. Maybe\ when the feast is over we highs it became, ''profitable for persons .. -' .. .
'-- < .Y < "' ' <
may be able to find space to park. living in some foreign ;countries to melt -'s "- M' .>. :., : ... .. ,., Y.-' .. .. h. : .', ,> :

silver coins and sell them as bullion to the V'1' .
Your OWn mental test: List eight American government. Further the high

words, in two minutes that spell the same price offered by this government tendedto

backward or forward. Example, "eye." draw silver away from silver-standard WithOl/t

nations such as 'China, thus imperiling we. this spicy .; .

Roosevelt is planning another trip, so their monetary stability. ''Foreign protest .
t aromatic Turkish tobacco that 'on ,
tai: groivs ,
it is'believed Congress will soon cease its resulted.

labdrs, for which 'thanks from an anxious In addition, the 'policy led to a great I the '$111111JSlopes of Turkey ami Greece, I '

citizenry.A deal of speculation abroad, which en- .;i .

riched the speculators, but did the United i II !'Chesterfela'ivonMn't be Chesterfield .

-Paris woman refused to marry a States no good. ':"-'
''man because he looked like his As result seems'that
exactly a it the Treasurywill '
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twin brother. She wanted a more ex- have to Crake changes in its silver pro- 'the' right amount .

clusive model.If gram-it has already 'reduced its buyingin H ''of the'tl ht kinds of Turkish to- .

order to 'prevent prices from gbing
America owed the defaulting nations higher. Various metal l experts are now i ibacco ji in.Your 'cigarette .gives it .. :

as much money as they owe us, what supporting the ,proposed Dies plan, under t I,1! more ;pleasing aroma. helps -

do you think they would do to us? Makeus which the Treasury would not buy silverin I
make better.
cough Up, of course. the world market 'for six 'months or a ),.,i.: to It'taste .

year, and thereafter would buy only from ::;;: R

The Catholic birthrate is decliningmore nations which agreed to 'reciprocate 'by IW

rapidly than that of non-Catholics, buying an equivalent amount of our surplus : J t ,f f

but statistical researchers state they "can, commodities. The Dies plan applies I 1"

not prove from any evidence whether ,only to 'foreign silver, *dnd would 'not 'affect \.),.
Catholics are using-! birth control orre Treasury buying of new domestic- it:4

resorting to continence. Observance bf 'mined 'silver.

the.rhythmic rules may be the ..answer.rMussolini )> The great problem presented 'by silver :..SxS.;i S ,

----- --- -- -- is to aid the rmines, ''keep our currency:

) believes in protecting home' stabfc, and at the same 'time not upset!

industry effect/ialy. Pirandelt}t tt;: fh'e Itjjjj li L c rnnAjrce and industry. That is the 3''Y'' >'8t v '5
-Siz-I .
author and Nobel prize winner had en- able job the Treasury experts now ,f::I; .5'. S

gaged passage on the Normandie but
when II Duce heard about it, he let it be AIR MASSES CAUSE DROUGHTSMost I ::'

known that the trip of a prominent Italianon ti I ;'

a foreign vessel would be displeasing to i of our readers are familiar with! F &

}him so Pirandello cancelled the passage, the new "air mass" forecasting now being I /: _

and took an Italian liner. I wed )by the Weather Bureau. The 'theory ? w, 'e f

is hat huge masses of air 'sometimes twoor I ,' /T; iaG. i--

Recently France was in a monetaryjam three miles thick, and'often a third the I '/i ;

and had to have dollars. America ize of the United States, travel about and .a-

good-naturedly supplied them; and la belle create our weather.

France was able to avoid the stopping of I Recently, 'G. R. Parkingson, 'mete- f / Is

gold l purchases and i its dangerous conse- orologist of a large air line,"explained the

quences. Secretary .was I j I dust storms of the midwest by the be .-- .
I t .dtSX'' ,Ab' a Picture of Turkish
praised for thi friendly gesture and replied havior of two great air masses one from I "
!Iff.' '< y '
that it was only common-decency between the North 'Pacific and the other from ;, drying racks Where the

nations. Isn't it about time we northern 'Canada and Alaska. A shiftingof I! a 111' it, tiny leave of Turkish
I. .. .,,' ,
ceased! being so subserviently decent to the normal currents of these manes;: and i e tobacco are strung on

wel'hers: on war debts owed us? the moist 'tropical air from the Gulf of i ij I.t. 1 long threads aQ'I'bung'

-- --- j Mexico stirred the dust storms.' I .
up l f 3! u up to tIfIcn.t
Sunday, August 18, will be a day of This theory"may'or may not be entirely -' j. ,

prayer 'for peace in Africa. That's the I accurate but it at least illustrates'the f -

right kind of interference in foreign affair advance that i is being made in the study

and that is as far as the United of ature;and its effect upon men. A decade .. .

States should go in interfering in the ,or !so ago few citizens: gave any I 1-

church affairs in Mexico. An.onevho | thought to the stratosphere, much less the I' cit

has lived in Mexico for a considerable air: masses beneath 'it. As ,time! if eS 'on' ,Chesterfield .. the 'cr dretk 'that's [MILDER

knows 'that the church in Mexico I : .,
time I and the mind of'man'makes progress'huI q
needed purging, which after all i is a blessing I beings will learn wonderful ..'
many sterli l
: he orate
: ; e 'cig
in and'will be : '
disguise so tilings) ,'and some day in the jar 'distant :., ,
aCknowl.l .
edged after the process i is CQmp future,.insy understand.: nature. ::1 :c if3s;LSOStrf'R' Co. ', <:> ;.

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"NAME "XMT.... : -t..otSqr.. 'NAB AVT. t .. -.- ,

t OTIGE : IS'AcrVs'on -aide"ot : .. -. ..- .
a. .XE'.nd'of i. 17 -05 .. . 'Wt ant. J. Foster S.44 o1'
Key Weat. adjacent to Eastern or 22 Fl-205 .- Tfyicant. J. Foster 3 44
Upper Martello Towers. G3-20 23 )' .2O$ -, "Wy ant.,J. Foster 3 44, s? w

'la-n'ds( .C5 Acre _., Pan AmericanAirwafs.'Ine. 'S99.J'l ANGLER p. 1x. KEY LARGO. PLAT BOOK'1. PAGE ISO: a:
the following described ko LA\D OF KEV LARGO PT. LOT 1.'S. 3. 4. !.. 14. LOTS{ 11. 13 13: I 14e ;8
much thereof' a*Vlll b.'nt.nary lo pay the amount due for taxes of f !KC 14. T.1.. R.-3* .
See. R. Acre ,
1934 herein set opposite to th. name, together with thecost of lIurb'..1. Pt COT.. Lot 2.A4500 Twp. .S 11 . Sweeling. F. B. 1.45 : 1'3

and adTertlsldg. be sold at public .auction on, Monday th. 5th day _,,, ..- I40 40 SK' Gladden JOB. IS.TJ 6 14 .- -- Sweeting!, F. E. .. i :.4i I f* :

of August A. IX 1935, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Court House Cor. Lot'1 and 2, LMolllf'-Ja..kllOn Properties. ) 7 *4 .. Sweeting F. E. :.U 3. .

door, the County' 'of 'Monroe, In the City of"Key Tvest, State of Florida.l DS-111 ,.._.,._,_.19- 5 I 41' SJVi" Inc. .-,- 91HLAU TAKRNIER HEfGWT*. }Oy.L RCO. PI.AT BOOI5'LPACE !_ Let Sgr. I-
YLAT SLB. OF LOT 1 A PT.'LOT 7. FC. 34. TWP" 43. R. 38
. Wanae.. IdaI." 1.30
_. -- -- -.- -- .' :% : 2 1 D3-323 Lowe, A. J. ft Blanfon. L V. 10 44J 10 u: .n
: 14 81 39 10 Malone Wm H. 5 41 > Jones, t7. 43. ._ ::: : 1.2*
'NA3&E. 'A1tT.Pt Pt. Lot f. :AJ-4S 28 Cl 39 9% Model Land Co. -___._.... ,,,, 2441 I 2 ....._.._. _._...._.. .__ Cnbb, Ellen L.. ._..._:.. _.._ 344: JI 131 Jnnet't. tL ...._ __.... 1.3*
Pt. Lots'15. 1C. 11. KEY LARGO CIT1. INDUSTRIAL SFC. PLAT XO.'PT. I 12 152 : : ti. .
Trumbo Island (Air Station Florida East Coast Hotel II, D3-102 ___ >: il 39 4H Johnson. W, B. ".1. SEC.: 31. Tt'P.'oo. R. 44VPLIT' : BOOK 1.;I6GE'l70 7 153 -h'r.c: $,.o ttV: _. u:

Apt*.) .?....___. ........,.. _. Co. .._..._.__._.._f 109.84PU 18f! *"'1) OF KEY I.'GO :27 S _________..._. .ml'Ballk'' t Trust Co. _.. I.4J 3 li1 .._ Ayres. Emile IL ____-_.... I.:.

Lot Sqr. : Pt. Cuv.'Lois 1 & I 28 9 ..._._._........._............._..... .__.._ Lucas Anna ._._.._.__ 1,45 I 176 .. Slantnn. <'. R'. & C. 3. __.... 1 U
Zst 4 20 B SC45., :.Al'190 Albury.'Miriam EU 3042 1 .29 9 ..__.............. ........_.--0...__ Lucas Fannie __... __ ._ 145 'lit 182 --- _, -y- Xnrmpnt. J. R. .._.....___ .,. 130
PU 1 .23 G2-1C _____________ Stuart David ., Fay )I. _. % .U 2 C2-1HO. Dl- .. ""' I 188 Guyer George: A. ..____..... 1.21t
PU 24 ,BS-223 S bil C. .. I ISO.24 174-..._ '2J II 38 20 Mgelow:France* H. et al 4rto 28 II Gl-125 .. ._ Surburttan Holding: : Co. 245 % ns _. l1uypr. ( .
2 Delaney > : :: := le-orge A. ...___. .
: : 29 II 'GI-123. :=._: =. .. Surbnrban Holding Co: ==: 2,45LtRGD 1 30
3 32 .Bl-30 -=-:_._ Roberts, Ct o. F. ::::::::::::::_. 3042 ISLAND OF KH1 L "(;O. PLAT'BO0C'I.'i1ACE'04Lot32 t 3 UI Coyer r.rorge ..\. _.. .. I ::5

PU 1 '33 A2-1S-1C .. Dongo. Sebastian Jr. ._.._ 2542C5.37 G4-311 _.:2734C2| :8 :3i 'Sterlfnir.; Amutal .;;...._._ :11.4] 1< COTTAGK ITK P4RK.' PLAT NO. {. PLAT OK 2. 4 188 ......__ 0nrer George "A-------___.-.-. 1 28
Pt. 2 :II 03-41 ___._ Frtelro'Franclsco R. _......_ PAGE 3. PT. !IIf;( S*. TU P. ... B. 44t ,188 Cuyrr George A. 1
Pt. 2 30 A of W. 352 _._ :. ,...Charlotte J. .___._ '75.JC IVLIN'D OF KEY '. RGO. PLAT BOOK l.'i4CE 'a0 I I 1 1 _....__ Miami Rank & Trust Co. _-. 5.45 ; 55 ==-===== 0uyer: (.org. A--------: : :::====... : 1 ;:

PU 4 .3S ,'J-3U-9 Tuttle, B. B. ? ... ..." ... 4040 Lot 6. B5-15 _.._. 34 Cl 38 5 Cushman. John B. __.._ 15..3 1 2 _.....______._._..___ Miami Hank & Trust Co. 1.45 ::1-8 -----_ Xorment, J. P _'__"'__... I I.
Pt1 3 14 ''t3.242 ..::::.... Carey. Mary Llinan :::_: ..._ ,2542: Lot '15, C1-S92 34 C2 38 ''10 Darr...... Grace W. --'-- 3'.'! 2 3 -__._ ______.__ Miami Hank &; Trust Co. .... 1.45 ; 236 Roffman llr. Mrs. W- ,
PL: 1 'U .GS-2" _. McCauley Sybil E. _._ 1543 (ISLAYb'OP'LfKY is tGOPIATIBOOK'1'PACE'naLot'S.2Z224 '3 '3 Miami Bank & Trust Co. ._ 1 45 1 236 =::::=:=== Hoffman: llr.: : : lire. t W. =:::'. :. :I :::

l"'to 1 n .D3-U.._ Brady.. '\11.11.-----: 1743 Amury'I'Mmund 4 3 Miami Bank'& Trust Co. -- 1.45 '42ft ._ Rizer. C. It------------------- I eaS
Pt. 4 148, '%2-:15 .n Thompson Samuel W. ,__-.. 1743 C C2 39 15 -_ 43,4e: 's' 2 t>3-305 _.._........ Freeman Eloise M _........ 3." 249 ______ Rizer. C. II----------_._....... 1 :5'POINCIANA :
PL 2 12 n4-U. ......... HeriYnann. Anna __ '7.44 DOVE KEY : 6 3 ., Miami Bank & Trust Co. __ 1.45 1 .
Pt. 1,2 Iii GS..' ....... .. Frlero. Francisco R. 48." COT..Lot 4.01-10013'12> 38 4% Weoster. .Ja... O .-- 'S.U 1 S _____.____ ...._ Miami Bank It Trust Co. _- 1.45 M4/61.4'D.. PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 174SECS.
Pt. :56 63.246 _.n"f ,S>'M E. 20.43Pt. GOT Lot 2. til-280 18 I 2 39Vebster. Jas. 0. .4i S S -- .._-- Miami Hank &. Trust <"0. _.. 3. 4. 4 0. T"'P. 58. 14. It
: ; .34 A1410 =.. : :,'Robert H. 3043: 'Tttf.KMEK; KEY 9 .2 __,..__.._..__...__....... Miami Bank& Trust Co. _.. S..IO":
3 ZZ100 ,, Onuerrrz, Celia 3042 10 3 .,__.. .__ _._ Miami Bank & Trust Co. .... 6 3 Sho11!: Ola M. ......__...____._.._... I :0
'R 1 $: 1)2-484. AS-1tO T Peterson C L, & Mamie 45.40Pt. : GOT. .Lot 1.'CilS' : C2 38 }1 Matacumbe Realty Co. f43Uov. : 11 3 ....__... __....._..... ._.-._. .... Miami Bank & Trust Co. .... 1'4$1: 7 2 .__._.____ Uln". Ola )1. .........._._....__.. .. 1 ;ei
2 '6I 1")3.114 ,Sands' Flossie P. .... ._....__ '3540 Lot 1, CS-77 Z C3 38 9Y. Matacumbe Really Co. ........ S.43rPL"VTiATltO 12 3 J!. __ .._-.___._.__._.__ Miami Bank It Trust Co. _. 31 Wise. 11.1) ... .. .m._.._..__.... 1 "0
F-tt J '12 _"WW.U ._.. Carbonell. Fernafifla '27.41 : > K>:v"( ( G'I"LAXD. PLAT'BOO r{ 1. PAGE 74)Pt ) \FRNIFR: ; : BE C'II. KEY 1.%JtGO. PIT 'BOOK l."P'GB 21 .C 35. Robinett Mary ....__..___... .. I 13.
Lot Sqr.Tr.Pt. 4 44 ____._ Sowle Luther 1)----._____.____ 120;
Palomares \ 10... GOT. Lot 1. LOT S. 11. I:. S.I": TU P. .Z. IU 3* 12 46 Rhoadp. ____._.. .
12 1 3 AlJSOPU "Marcetfno 0. Srott lire I toPONC1.AA
Bodlne Suaanna'L', &, D3-C8' ..__... 4 13 38 11% KelTum. Medford'BoO 32:71. 4 4 DUI ._..__.._._...._..- ---.. Hand Olive .............___ -- I..S
Pt. of :-E : :SIAINLA D. BOOK '
: 1 2 4 F5-51S, I'owers, Jos, F .._:____ 15057CO : 'Ci-1i .. ........... i'13 38 1 Matacumbe Realty Co. 3.74PiANTATiN'KF.Y'OR PINE TRF.T.. MtlNI_A\11. FIAT BOOK ,1. P'tCE82 S, 4. A .. TU P. : 1U :31 .
4 3 4 -14 _. Fleitas. Secundlno' ,_... CO 31 UBAO'ULA PLAT'BOOK'1 PAGE'S.Lot 'PT. 1E4'M. __ AI.. Tn .'. :S-4.' B.-S4 SECT104
PU 1 S 4 1-557 ...___ Corral,- Lola F. .. 4540 ;
Sub. Lot Sqr Tr. 2. F1-3U ... 78| C3 38 44 \\HIiams. Nellie L. tS 15 9 n _____ Grossman Fred F. _.. 1.30
I 7'8 PU 4 8 4 G1-S49 Bodine. -Susanna if. .- 'to.i. Lot 4.: C4-185 :...::.7,8:! C3 38 4013 Watkins: ,Properties -Inc. .... .81:3S ,;. I Ix II SI _. _____ Poinciana Co. .._.._r__..... 1.:.0

Pt. of a A1-1J4 ITaldasarre'Soldano'' .. ......-. :'.n PLANTATION KEY OR ''LONG 'ULA ID i .0 5' ____ Grossman Fred F. ___...___._._.. 1.30
Lot Sqr. Tr. .. a II is :Spear C. A.----_. .... 1.18I ;
Beltran. Rob- Gov. Lot 2. C.-.U' 7 C3 38 41>4 :Catkins Properties Iff*. S3.35 ::Ei : I .
Gonzalga.: ( Coy-Lot 1. C4-1SC 17 C3 38 1. A\atkins Properties Inc. '...if'L POI>;C1A\A. ".U"L.'\n. PUT BOOK 1. PAGE 174
's Hernando 1571:f '
2 D2-33S. : F. osI
't. 5 nt-:: erts.; et'ux.3 : = HI-:CH. S. 4.:A .. TU P. 5*. K. :31
''t. 2 1 S B4-I10-1 _......_, Coisfar'J.'H.----; '30.42 GOY ::.
Pt. 7 4 S B5-2S2 ........ ,_ ? .. Larsen Bernard L.. _......___-_ %1... C4-1KC ._. __.__ 18 C3 38 &8% Watklns Properti" Inc. 117.C! : 1 :., a :SECTION; 3
Pt Gov. 'Lot '2. =eve. r.--- 1 10 .3 Albnry. Roger L. ____.._ 1.30I
"W ADDI>.LL'!H SIBimiSION: PLAT BOOK 'I;PAGE! Sa't. C4-1KC r_.--.. 18 C3 38 2 C',6 Wat kins PropertIes'Inc.i 5 J.49 C" Ef CaK 23 15 ,. McKenna, Kathryn ...___._... .30I

'4 7 W-33S Roberts. Cleveland .....-,_.._ %I..$ I Pt Goy. Lot 4, .. 5 i :::1 __._ Parsons. H C. & Anna __.. .3*
Pt .: C4156 .... .. .......... 11 53 38_ 11% Watkln* Properties Int. 35.;; ..;I;.. (OO :':':'':'<<11 1C 23 1'oinciana Co. ......-..__ ..... .. 1.30
12 4 7 A4-545.Bl-3 Larsen. ''Lo'uls .. ...._.n... .. 20.72 PLANTATiON'KEY: : OK'LONC. nLA D'PEAT'BOOK' .'Pinu 101 ) Lot
11 4 7 A4-413 _________ ,. Park Geo. 0.- ._____.._ ,12.44 Lots 5. re, A5-541 in 03 SS 11% Albnry Geo. W. __ :..41 .__:__ Gndsley. Helen .---_-- ... 1 31 ___ McHonald. Samuel!: ........__.._... 1.1.
13 4 7 A4-413 _..__....._....._ Park: Geo.'O.BENJ. : :=._.- 4540 PACE I. ._.__ _...._..__.._ Turner, '.1. H.-------_... .. ... :/ 2 31 _._. McDonald Samuel ... ........_... 1.38
ALBLRfS: SIBDITISION. BOOK 1.VAGE*38. \\INDLK* I LANU. PI.AT'BOOK 1, C* 62.13.1 _.,.._.._._... Ryal.. Vnrter :---------- --- 3 31 McDonald. Samuel _.._ .... 1.:30
Pt. Gov. Lot 1. __. _...._. ...I. j j'prnOMlEorT 3 50 Adolf ..._ .....___ ).:30
'48. ht:__ .. ......._.......... 'Turner, J. 13. : Johnson. --
.... .. .. ... .
4 1 7 KS-300 __. Archer Ceo 'F. _" _. 1)3-1 23 C3 37 7 Russell Lenoy 20.71 2
k ......_ .._ ...._........._.... Linker & Snider 51 Nelson, Owar F----------- 1 10
----- ---- -- ---
26 1 7 VV-295 ._._ Carey. J. 1'. P. a,... ,, %S.42 ISLAND OF UPPER M4T4"t'MBE.'pLAT BO6K'l.'PAOK ......._..__..._._ Iohl. A. C. ..... .......... 3 1 ..,,.. Nelson. Oscar F ::_:::::=====:::: 1:3I
b 2 7 VV-202 __.... ._. Knowles. Mary 8. a.-,.._ 4S..0'Pt. Lot 3. B2-130 32 C3 57 6 Vi Peacon, -- 100.34It. .._._ ----------- K0h1, A. C. .. .-_._..... ._ 3 53 .._ Johnson. Axel ... _....___...... .:30
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Pt 89PU 3 7 B2-179.... ..._._ VarelaLuls4 :3540 Lot 3. B5-574 32 C3 37 5H Monsalatge ;. :== 10034PU
1011PU :3 7 F5-517 ._.-.. Bodlne Susanna M. .______ 5039 Lot 4, ''D3-: 1 : 'IIF.IciTl.n"I..%%o. PLAT St4OK 1.'r4GF'15M PO. CJAX.*. MtlNLAND. FLIT BOOK I. PAGE 174
I and 222 __. 32 C3 37 Peacock Margarita Valle 23..%' 8W" %. 8F('. 9L'r'P. a. R. 34 *FC! .. X 4. A .. TUP.' SC. H. 31

Pt. Lot 4, ,1)2-310 32 C3 37 Patten, I) rl* I 23 4 GS! ___..._..... .11t'a..ham. Kelley R. __.._.._ '.:. .1' SFCTIONFoils 0
Lot Sqr. Tr. 11. Lot 5. 1)2-40 .32 C3 37 2% Archer. I t'ii'i;::: i 26 4 (32.252: _..._....-. ._ M.aeham.'Felley R.. _....._. 4.31: ... 15 7 R. 11Challener. .....__.... .... 1.3I .
2/ 3 10 ( .;SOS 'Phelan.. John 'j. -.talPhelan. _- '744* I'L'Lot' 'B5-454. : 5 04 :37 Potter Bernlce S. .:-.- 10.44. 33 412-23! .... llraeham Chas.S.-. 1.20 .0l 14 1C ._. Edith O Mrs., __._..... .30
21 S 10 U1-50S .John J. etal ._ :744 1SLANU OK IPPFK )I%T.\CtJlBE: 34 : (2-252 :._:.::::::::.: .llesrham.: Chas.: : S-----------------::: ::::: 1.30: .05 lit 16 __ Stanton. Floyd .. ._.. ..._____....... 1.30t

22 S iO G1-S05 Phelan. John 'J. etal ;.1." Pt 23 :3 10 01-505 Phelan. John J. etal .,- 7.44 :. 3. U2290'6 44 37 3* Lumley & Saunders 14 74 'POI<'Cf4" ",IU\I;"'\ .'PI.4T BOOK '1.'PAGE'1:4 :: i; Signorina. .' te.I. 1 30
24 3 10 GI.05 Phelan. John J. ttal '1." M (by. Lots SE'S. 4".to '.. T1\'P. H.'11.'"SI GN'i,=_== 1Ynods. f -. .. :. ::::::::::::" ==::::_: 1:30

25 3 10 01-605 Phelan. .John J. etal 7.44 2. 3. (.- ..2 6 C4 37 2 llerrick. Eunice 50.6; a. 8.:1..10I; 9 28 ________ liraham. Jesse II .. .__..., .. __.... 1.30
20 S 10 G1-I05 Phelan.' John J.' etal '..44I Pt. 1101' Lots 1. II :8 ___.._ Graham, Jesse H """"---"'_..._.- 'h" 1.30

S7 10 G1-C05 ._, ...Phelan, John J. etal 1." 2. 3. U4-330 .._ 'C4 37 2"* Ford, L. N. __ 3072 I 'POI 11 A. MIM.. -DPI'T; : BOOK I. PAGE 174
28 I 10 Gl-505 Phelan John J. etal 7." v
PU Gov. Lots 1, *FC'*. .' .
S. "" A TU P. M. B. :31
Sub. Sqr. 'TrS 2. 3. U3-374 _. < C4 37 9 Merrlck Kunlce. 3C.71PU Y..eI SFCTIO7
10 10 1>2-271' Navarro Mary B. 5.45 .
Uov.. Lot* 1. .. c'iEeU -4 ____________ .._..
10 10 10 D2-271 .Navarro Mary U. 64J __ & Saunders '8.141DIAN'1EY 3 .Beerman, Charles 130
3 1S2-C20 C C4 37
Lot Sqr. 2. 14 Lumley 8 4 _______________ Horman. Charles ...._ .._. ,30
PU 2 3 1.r'D22':1 'RlTas.'Frank ... -. 7037 ; : OIQ. S 9 ..., Brown. Edward C. ...-_.....__.. 1.30
I PU 2 3 11 G3.39 Frieiro. Francisco R. _. 80302T41: Lot 1. G3-4iO-2 ... 13 S4 :3C 8+.. llo arth, Casper ______ 3540 -., .. U 23 Bachman K. N. .............._m.__ 1.30I
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Sub Lot Sqr. Tr.
17 PU 4 5 ,Benito ; : PIT BOOK 1. PAGE 174
11 1)3.34 Perez
Z Pt. 1 9 II C3.51'Parks' .. Geo. G.Parks. 5039 Lot '. 'E3-3S9 ._ 25 S3 3S 4S>. Boutte. Oscar M __ 2443 =-z.c0lr.t.J.oo !HPCH. S. 4... A 0. TU P. S*. R. :31
Lot K3-3C9 _.. 3C 3C ItS Iloutle'USear'31. 3540 ..:(''.10'Ie
1. 'i -
PUPU S Pt. 1 I 11 .CS-U Geo. G. ___ 10,44 .
Pt. 1 .11'it .YY.299 dispert, Enrique 2043 'LONG kEY 1C 4 F4-129 _._ Grant B. II. .......__...._._.__ .30
.:'.1-U 1 : "Y.Y-299 __.liispert.: KnriqueYYZ99 7037: 'Z 18 _.----.:...'Smith r.n.= 1".21 17 4 F4-129 ......_......__ grant B. II.1 ...._..- =--_... 130
Lot 1.
$'" 1 0 11 Ulspert. Enrique 3043 Except a 111 Smith C. P. .31 IS 7 _._.__._ Woodvllle. 1J.. .-...-._. 1 30
(r. W-3J1.. A2- hotel 4 IS ..... __ 1'Olnrlana Co. ._ 1.30: -4 9 McCrea. Frank .. ... ._. 1.30
'W'ATSo\'OraIth-r410N __
fa. G. J.2110 4 : 'IS :35 H Fla. East Coast Co. 7 42 ._.____'-___.Adams. F. _._ 1.:1 2 19 _.._..____ ManningJames K. & Catherine J. _. 1.30

Lot Sqr..Tr. Pt. Lot 1. Except: 'a 51 __.__.._ SSprenant. Cornelia 1L .3' 9 20 _. ._.___ Riser Maggie .._____ 130
9 3 13 D3-233 Marlines Ida :IS." R1\V. "'-3". A2- > I i8 G-7' ......_........_ (rae.. Alma F._ __.._.._ ..38 'POINCIAT; ,
4aS 7 S5 35 39 Fla. East Coa. t Hotel Co. 1.....7SXRVt MeisI.A\D. PI %T BOOK 1. PAGE 174SE'S.
..... _..____ ___ .3.
2 60 02-211 ..__._._ !"rare. Alma Eo 4.'A .. TU P. aK.. 31
:: FOL\D'HAHBOR KEYS' Graee 4 A. 1.301
Pt 14: 1 '13 'B2-35 Caviness., Ivadell 4040: Lot 2. BI-2Ct 10 S7 29 25 Cook. Percy 'A. *& 'Beatrice '75.JSLITTLE .: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::-.:.-:::::. (rate: : A :::::::: 1.30 PI.%7.% ".:TION\;
.'. .. .._...._._.___ .._
.. 5 60 __---/race. ValUe A.'. ..._ 1.:' I 1 Nelson. t"-.r __. 130
G. 'AT"O-'S; st'Bo.Tf"nn.'I-200Pt. TORCH -
HtfY 6 't __..___. ...__......_ (raee. '''.Ute A. 1.3' I 4 F4-193 Stowe Emria 1*. ..._._-.____...... 1.:30
of 13 FS-19 _. __ Rose, Angela Diaz de la 2043 Lot.7, G3- U 20 SS 29 38H Torch Key Farms Inc. 7738 43 .... .. Travis. J. F. 7 19 _._._ Brown (:..IJa A. _'_" ___' 1,30
NOPFATTS'01f .... ''Lot 3. 1)3-215: 21 SS 29 1 Torch Key "Harms Inc. _- .:45R Ii 42.-: -=._-:::::=;.-..:::::::::-Trsvls..1.'F.: H: 15 301C _ _. Stanton ('. W. & C. J. __..... I.:'
'Sqr.' $NROD KEY 68 __ Hunt. Monica F. 30 __. Stanton. C. W. C. J. 130
Lot Tr.
4 a 14 Ai-.OO ._ __ Sannders, Leon C _...._ 2542 Pt. 'Lot 'l. l'U'n: '*S 29 1 ; Grove Farm Inc. ,_ S.4$ j 1i -.__................ ........_ Johnson Adnlf ...Ui 5 39 _. Putnam Chas. M _...._._...... I 30
'1 0 14 G3-38 __,...._.._ }.Frieiro Francisco'R. ._.._ 2542. Lot C2-SV4 ._.... S S7 29 23 Shady ilrnderi-jiH Sarah li. gal .20.43SI 11.. ....... .. .h.. ........ .__ Jnbn..n. Axpl .._.-..._-- '.:' '14 "43 Bachman. K. H. .... ......... 1 30
0 C 14 D3-124 Carey, Leon .... ...........__........ n." 1 *t 1 7' _.......... ........_.......__. Folk. C n. .31 12 ,4C F..U5 Smith, ... ._. 1,30
5 I 14 D3-I20 Carey' ._..__ la.43 GAR LOAF Folksii.. .. .._..:._ _.........i. 4.30S 4 .48 McCrystal. _., .. 1.38
Sybil Lot '3. .)!-4CC-' 31 CC ,%8 S2b .Wright, C. IrTtng 1S8.27:; i: :=:::.......:.....:_::;::: Hollingshead"J.:: : =];: 1.30 13 51 Polnclsna Co. -. _. 1.26

Lot '5. Fl-78 _._...31 SS 2 II 73 WrlKht. '147.27 .. .
'1 '1 iS YY.U5. Gato. Tbos. H. r.,. _. 80 2C : k'n: : :
'KEY WEST \FSTMENT (0.'SEBDIVi8tON Lot S. D3-243 15 S7 27 43H 'Mary'L. _..-._____- 't.n I i..: .

1 ''17 A3-S84 't 374 F. K. C. Hotel Co. BOCA CHICA RACElN; I ;2.cai: :

'2 J7' A3-584& 374 F E. C. Hotel Co. Lot 7. F5-514 -. 33 S7 'IO !% Powers Joseph F. 1044 / 5O
3 n A-3-584& 374 F. E. C. Hotel Co. Lot 1. F5-515 _. 34 S7 2S 24$. Jtiodlne. Susanna 24".43 I YQoV/ y OI"
4 'II A3-584& 374 F. E. C Hotel Co. Lot 1, D3-02 G4- : .4k!
i 11 Al-58 & 374 F. K. C. Hotel Co. 295 .._ 1 IS 25 .44*; Plnder. 'Hazel I. _._._....:. 'co.bR.UXUO' -NATIOMtEAttJEBffiOfiDNGHOnER = .: a >o..
4. 11 AI-'.. S. 374 F. };. C. Hotel Co. .__.._.._ 5.994.83 BEACH'BIG'TOHL'H'PLAT'liOdK l/PALE'.. I" : !: p7vo :
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1 7 IT G3S2SG352S F. E. C. Hotel Co. _.....-._... 15.43 OP LOT :S. KM. OP ..:%."5.C.' Z, T\\P ...R.II: I i 'C 7E4
.6 .7 n ... .'. E..C.. Hotel Co. 1541: ( F C t: :

': 7 17 G3-527 'F.'M.F: K. C.: .Hotel Co. === .1543: Lot 13 Sqr.13 K3-120 ____.............. ..___....._ Hale. Ceo 'B. ....._.-"....___.___.. 1 4i ''j i Pt.Palm Coy.Island Lot .:::.2113 ._ 11'23 8 : 34 34 I5lI 1=: 11.4lahey Irwin, Houston, Sarah K. 3 61.71ti 1.45

: 7 17 G3-527 F. C Hotel Co. ... 1541Z., 14 13 fc.3-120 ......._....__..__..._......_ Hale Geo. B. .............. ........._ 1.4i 160 Acres of NF.A ... ,.._ U0- U 110 SfranllkJ'. J. A. ii.U
< 13 7 17 A3rSS4 E. C. Hotel Hotel Co. __ 43 15 13 "t.3-12 .._.. .. ...... ...._. ......_... !tale. t-eo. B. .. ..... ...........- 1.45 t.Wt's 01 "t5 '..1 .,, %' 113-3l1t! 2 54 U.. Llnd..y. Hpnrl A. 'l.U .1
7 17 A3-5S4 F. E. C. Co. 2542 IS 13 1.3-120 .. .. .. ... ..... Hale Ueo. It. ........ ...._._ '.4... '
.'. 1 _._ CAKDS WiN ; 'CON- 5\.11 ofW. % of 7Y5 H2.U. G3-at8 II 54 34..40 1.Indsey. Ifpnri A. _... 4.'. .'4
; C. Hotel Co. 2542 TWEUTTH
1 7 1 17 17 A3-584 A3.$4" F.o:;. C. Hotel Co. % 17 13 h.3-120 ._......___..... .... .... ..... Hale. Ueo. U. .... .....-......_.._ 1.45IS 111'7 .I XW'i .....-......__......._...___ %3'54 2. II Goldst.ln harry 7.50 .01
: 13 17 C.501 _.'.__.._ .... ..... .. 1044 .13 K3-120 ._.._.._.--- ... .. Hale. Go.'a .........-...___. ";45IS Pt. Fr..tloftal __._..____.....2128: U 31 S% Parsons. H. C3 & Anna l.tS 22 D3-295 ._............. . .. Lesnlch.lex; ..._..___...___ 1 45 SECUTIVE GAME TO RE- \l! f. Fractional 04.23 35 31 165 Aselson Mary MrIougal 7.41
'"10 9 13 13 17 17 Gt 2l! .._. ._. Roselle.'M.r R.R ___ _., 15 10..43 44 17 22 D3-295 :_ Lesnich. Alex ......... .1.46 ,Imyl :, ;;:; 491-23...._..__...... -=::.:: 36 : 31 160 Aselson: 'Mars McDougal: _Tom. 7.41I3 :

fCIS 17 G.-SU Baker Roselle, Rosalie Mary M 15.431 I 18 22 D3-2S5 :.:=:._ ._........ Lesnlch, Alex -::::- 1.45 rDUCC CIANTS''lAb'CINCY1DOWNS'NEW i Fractional _.....-.----- SI'5J! 324. ')1cilodgal. Ylhlpt _--_ .--_ 1'.13

n. :7 I J7 17 17 17 17 'b.l(11.IU W---::_........:.._._=_= MrNabb.Johnson.Baker, ,Rosalie Elisabeth Frank M.WJohnson. .C.=.__..=_= I'1044.:" .PLAT -BOOK I4OGF141.OWIas'Stf.1f1(1'Plt'ElYT 1.'PtCK 1O2.TVTI 5"'.'!4Mb. OP it.'IT.:. KH OP ::>R%. !tEC.S.. YORK "AGAIN i(s4 S'% -_. :: .-_. ::."::::_....=:::::=:::-.____.r-__.::::: H .i: n: .31c1'lougal 11cIsougal llrilougal' = :'Violet Violet Violet ::::::.=_:=..-.=== HHI :

545 .. ..._ ... ... ._.... __
I ISS. (14-5 .. ....., ... : 11 Sf 32 320 "xehlOn llary I..ffugal 14.3i
J' 17 17 Ol-li ___ Frank W. -_- C5.37 11 B3-270 _.. ..--'Slerling.'B. C .. ..........- 1 45
__.. 10 14.23
311 04.25. 32 320 Axelson Mary Mrl1ougal
PINK Cl .:! T. RIG PINE kKl. PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE'ill i' (14.23. .ii"::._: _._._. 21 :: 32 640 Axelson. Vary lirIougal ....._ 27.86: s
'11 t 18 A5-4SS' Lund. Arthur C. 2S." PT. LOT :. 8E C'.'::::. TW P. .., R. S) 4S-eeUI t. TteJCHI r_ tAli H.3. 2S ............._._._ U St U'C.I As..lll. Mary "t..noupl _._.._ %1."

f III 2 ''II AS-45S .. Lund Arthur G. 1041 3 8 -F5-11S _......... .. ... -kflaVnn: O.- fge \Y. .....-_ T45 NEW YORK, July 17.-The 1 .. ':S.ii'i';: :: : Atelson, Mary 1lcltoogal %U:
,,1 3 ''18 ;.AI-21S .... Matthew. Kdmard A. CO.38 4 33 0 -4S _..._ ThonVpson.' Lftulse ._.._ 1 45 I % \ % ; ::: : 185 AzelsonMary,, McDougal ==
; 11 18 '1"5-111 _,_..... pennailtfto'pes'uf the "St. Louis of 64.23 32 59 32,165 AselsonMary McDougal 7.41Sis"of
.13 Parks, George 0.- 5039 BIt IEY.'PLAT5'BDOK'1: .. St= : Nk '' ,
21 1 '18 Al-lll .._................._ Knowles. Alfred P. 25.43. PALM tlLL%. PINK *GE-Q i( 14% 64.23 :::_...:.. ._::: 11 5) 32 145 Azelson: Mary Slrilougal === 7415'h :
1 19 >4-493 Hick. Clifford G. ;1543 Mill Iht'ALKI\M'ETAL"OIB.OP' LOT 1 1 Cardinals soared higher iterday I 01 S1 (.4.23:$ ..._..._._._-_ .7 50 '3.51 Axelson Mary .nougal ............-.. 7.41
g 1 '19 j14.433 Hick Clifford G: === (539: ti-.t. .;J. 'T-n P. co. It. rftates. ''afternoon as old :Jess" Haines went .r S4! Gi-23 -......--\ S 6. .2 160 Aselson, Mary McDougal .. ............... 7.41'F.
t 19 A4493 Hicks, Cllfford'CUViHicks. 1044 "Martha ft. 'Duke
::1 1s 1 ill A4-493 Clifford Gs1.--..-._. 1543 5 5 B2-287. B3-S59 _"'_- 11, LBates. _' -, .... .....-_. !.T$ the routfijfw;St. Louis 'to defeat r
II 8 19 )),11 Fawcett. John C.f.' 10." Martha B. ;A Dukes H. LADD
'''I: S 19 Dl-71 Fawcert. ,John fe: ... 1'." 7 5 'B2-%t7. B3-S59 M. L. _.. ._..-.. .. .<1!,1J5: the,Doeb4 SS Srves.'2 to '1, for the ,
4 1 :20J4l8 11''01 ,.,. C->45. A4- 14 9 A5-385 Calkins. 'Ltda'n.'L: .'- ...I' &$acrttk'' "lt was the Redbirds'twelhh"consecutive I
302. A5-3CS.. Albury ')tlrlam E.t_ ,_ IS.71 '\ 10 D!-"S .llowlngton. Carrie E. ..i t Tax 'Collector Monroe County
I '11 B of \V. C-45. Ai'i: ; i, .: .220 1>:-415 -- HoWlnKton. Carrie E. __ 1.4. victory. I ,

3tC --- Albory, )1IrlamtEsfA 22 U B2-431 _- Trarers. W. F. ______ t." 3TOgaidf! Cards in their -- -- -- _. _
6 :20 Al-29 ..1'T- .. Park, Gee. 4." tn 23 13 B2-431 -- Travers. \\. K _'_'f'0. J Jhe pent ---

7 '20 A4-J1C _... = llnder. Ralph B.: 20.43 24 13 1S2-431 ..._. ,. TraTers. tV >V -4.i. i _t 3 tvf3he: Cincinnati Reds
Ii 22 21 D!-S43 _.. --_-- -- AIr;:Miriam FsUr_.__ -.S:43:: 8 15 Dl-574 __._..=::.:::::== Wiz. D. U jfe'rVarborti, R:"F., L.I5:: >b4f41moredefeated the New York hcme run, inky fSi NDllfGS 1 1f PICKED TEAM ANDTIGERSOTLLftlEET

1 .04 21 A4-52'- Adams J. Roland 21.42i Bates Martha 'B. -Jc 'Duke... 'and steady pn
43 21 )5.144 : _.:=:'== Bntwlstlc.I W. IL ..=::.:::.:: 2.43I.HS : 22 20 B2-287. B3-559 ... -_--- ---.._... 1.75t Giants. The '!score was 7 to 5. Higgfn5."tOUt.lf'j 1LAt ; .
1VEs1"FOL'N11ATION 23 DZ-2>0 __ ->.............: ,1.4J The* Reds have now won their seventh tro'ted'100 much
: ( O'S. lC'1Utn'II'0!! t ;.1 30 Kl'SJS ___....._ = llift E. .. .-. ; lt43 and'they lost"8' \
PUT BOOK 1. 'PACK ISA. PlilT %O.'I straight game and are only I
2 30 D1-4SS J.-. ..,_ _.. 1.4. "XdctttcfAN'LEAGUE
'Ixvt S9 r-. 3 30 1)1.446 .... ..... J.SIHS .. ...... ...._.__. 1.4$1'four contests behind fourth-place I j acelphia Athletics.he'sumineries! I '
.34 7Jl O-I.: _.___ Tuell. '''''''m'f'1 n. ...... .. ... .. I.ts K\OWLES'0C1LtAt43;'-PNE KEI''L.'T"1IOOK I 'follow; : Club- W. I. Pet. (by JOVE)
II 174.$44: ... .._._ Ladd'Kulalia Maria ... .. 5." . 1 Pirates. LEAGUE f New York ._.._ 49 28 3,1
%t,1 U' !I" !8 (. ::: 'l'w-t". VL 1t.-a AMERICAN I
12 II (: .. ..........._ Ladd. Kulalia Maria .. it.O:
;.3W iaT'FUt-cn 1 i Bl-72 _...._. .. "'_"_ :Allnlr>. ''wnma > __ T4S Cantwell was tne losing pitcher 'At'New York 'K'tLH.: I Detroit _........_...- '.49 33 .0981:; I Tomorrow 'afternoon at the

; PIT E BOOK .. r.u TIOC'01".: ;IX.. ".,..StUDII'ISIIIN: .,. "%O. S ; 5. :l :'6 *'Bl-72 : : : "..:: ""..' .. All>ury. 'Wilma Mae 145 .in the. St. Louis-Boston game being I Chicago .,.__ '021 Chicago ._._ 42 33 .560 !r Navy "Field the Tigers will cross!
2 C ni-72 .. : ... All.ury, Wllma! Mie .. 1.45 ------ ,
: : : ::: :: : : ::=
13 II G4.3RC ... lJ .ld. Rnlalia Maria 244 I 3 C Bl-72 .. :.. .. All.urj; Wilma Mae : 1.45 his thirteenth straight Joss of; New York __.__ 2 6 0) Cleveland 39 '36 .520 j II bats with a picked team, and al\

'J' 11 II4-3SC .. _.. .. ._ Ladd. Kulalia Maria _......_ .. :I." 22 C Bl-72 _.._. Allniryk..Wllma! .Mae _. .1.45.'the season. Derringer,. former 'batteries '\V1Iitphfla'd'and'Snr. Boston _....._._ 41 38 .519 I[ local players are Invited to eotrfc)
KIYiI1'.T'FOI'YDIFIoY' CO'' 23 C Bl-72 .... ..... .. All.ury.Wi1ma Mae .... .._ 'a.l'tne : i
; 1,45
't'BDn'r.tO "'''''- -- Cardinal l. winning pitcherin
P1T BOOK 1. .!.C.: 15: *. 'I'L.IT''0.1' I '24 C Bl-72 ..... .__ .. ... _.___. lI.Th1lrvtrm.' .' Iae .__....___ 145. I. 'ell; Alle'n'aftd3Jorgens. Philadelphia 34 42 ;.4471Wahbigt i j out i for practice.
; KK'r.rpLATiottK. 'b.olGF.'* the Giant-lied% me. I 8.* n" !Il'h.'nHi .
32 If D2-148: . ._ ".r..o.. Charles IIKF1 '::..4! PINK : 1 t --
"PT.'riin. LOTS I 4':. SKC.! 'ss. TTP.a.. R. _v The Cardinals are now only four : St. Louis .... 23 S4 .299 o'clock. This will allow time for
.\\rKTKOINU\Tlo\! ; '*. !8181111ISIONPI..4T ; fa. -
BOOK ''I. r GK'173 AND 282. PLATO.. 3 8 2C F1-3CO .... ..... ......... _..=---._ Sands XI n a L. .. .....___ 1.4S,games behind the league-leading l At'Philadelphia R. E.': : :: every player to be on hand for

2 2 (tt.125 ...:.,. Kntwistle. "'m. H. .. 104* !>l BUI\I XFC%. 24. 25, S*. TW P. t5.'B. T 1 Philadelphia .891, ( :
\n'iT.' i.t.b 4rdtVEHa. PI'r'yt00K 11.1PGE 114. I Redbirds were five pines in the I !I The for the Tigers will
20 1 TS148 ... __... .._.._ Sterltnav!: "n Mont _, 245: l Batteries: Crowder, Hogsetteand CTub= 'W. 'I. Tet. battery

' 4 Sqr.S Tr.27: 0 -.21. .... ........ FrPf'man:1tary K. 1Vm. A. 1..42 21 14 24'1 'D-A4-401" _. >Farrar tf'rliltC.rLouise*AIVa C.Dupont...... _..,..... '2.45 1.45 rear.Chicago's winning streak of Cochrane; Blaeholder and I New York _- -____. '51 24 .680 t I be the"Red picked Dean club and the Joe'selection McGee.prob-For

h. YylF!"4T'1.A\I1 BI.Jto& "* St. Louis '48 29 .623
1"4dK '
AI.P..AT; .
BOOK w Richards.
GROPE PARK ADDITION, i PIKK1ATACCMBE.. PI AT BOOK i. PAGB3p3.'PTSLUT 'eight games 'andkthe: 'Vhilhes las i will be Casa and M. Acevedo.
4 .Z=427. .. .Johnson Realty Cn, .. .. 3.15i :. !*PC.' :as. T"' ...'-et.'n."aT: Chicago .........._ 46 33 .582 !'I ably
: ;: :. .. ..:.::: :...:::::. Pug string of five games 'werebroken'yesiferday : is
: r A
Z4! Johnson good eipected.
Realty Ct r:43 4 orT'\ -3C' ..." _... Pttlder. Jel-oYne 'B. .. _... __.. ftl. I Washington R.-H. E.I Pittsburgh ._.. ._ 42 38 .525:,>, very game
I 21 .... .. Johnson Really Co. . _. .. ... ._. I as the I'l P&iladel- teams.
i! between these
5 1* tT-3C9 Hinder. ::3romeB.: :J;;,44C 6'11'
1 29 : .. Johnson Really Co. 10 YY-3C9 _...._._.. _._.._..._ Finder. Jerome 'B. _..-. .._ 3.44 >'tb-lIine'went; to a 7Ho S victory St. LVmis: :_..-:...-- -0 I Cincinnati ._.__ 38t2 ;J475 !
'ii 1:0 m! .. .. = :F_ Johnson Realty! Co. __,.. .11i 11iI ; '13 10 YT-I3C9 .. .. Pinder. Jerome B. 4 4$'. Washington .. 4 11 0 i Brooklyn 344% ;.447
1 1 2s!e ....... : Johnson Johnson Rfaltr Realty Co.Co. .=:.:.....: 14 10 1> ::.:__.:..:': : ..::__.: Russell Dodridge & .::__:_.. 4:4f 1'. over the Cut. knocking> with'RoyHeifsbaw Batteries: Cain, Thomas Van I Philadelphia '32 45 .416 f GAMES\ _

I 2a: Z-47 .. .............- Johnson Realty 1'... .. 5.451 MA'r.'L'111iE. till* 'U.'t'rrEIt V.n'.tcnIBE. PLAT'lI OOK'l.-PAC.E 1X3)) o_t...of th J>o_; % Atta. C ffman"'and Hemsley; r Boston ... .. 21 59 .263
'''Ii 2 22 -U1 ..........._....__ Johnson Realty .'0. .. ...0..... 5.4'5'I PT. LOT 1. XKC.SS.: T\\P. CX"R. 37 \11' fol r run 'blast. irf tie second fn- :: : :-:- LEAGUE
39 : ...._ Johnsun Realty Co. _. S 1 D3-187 _._..._. ... ...--____. Sweeting- Willard R. 'l.H iidng.I < c. Hardley; Petit'Newsoni, McClern\ I St. Loafs 'at Washinl1otlC -
'8 : .. .............. Johnson Realty Co.Jttttnson .. .. 'ISLANOHAU41'10R''MBE.: : 1.'VAGE'4a> I f 'f, .nd Holbrook.Clel'efand"at. I II rr11fa'rJ n. Newsom.
: i iI Dannm Lombardi
t2 ... The 'Dodgers' troke their sixgame ;;.Derringer: ,
111 1m! :: ; Realty Co .-.= .11: PT. LOTS 2 X *:C'. SM. TWT" s5. R. XT ; .
... ._.. _.. 'I Detroit at PhiladelphiaAuker
!9 : _. Johnson Realty Co. .. a I 'rositi streak Ly 'defeating Erickson.
= C W-24C ____ ) ., 'Boston played on !
:2 ...... ... _.. Johnson Realty Co. tOgf'rs; C M. J.44 Marcum.
$ W'- ._. ..__ .. ._.. .._ .. _. the Pirates 9 I I I vs.
.'"51 2 :29 Z.U1. .. ... _......_.. Johuson Really Co. __ i.ti! 7 !" Rogers, C I 3 44 to 3'as'Zacha'y'fetamed former date. -
162 Z-427 ... ___ Johnson Realty Co. ... ... .. 5.45I 15 W-247 _. ..._..._ Cotton. Ernest .- ._.._.- I ls '!pen oter Pittsburgh. 1.1 Cleveland :t Boston-Two
:3 ; : Z 427 :.::'.'::: ::::::::__.._ Johnson Realty: Co. : ::.. :: .::.. 6.43: !: 21 ''.:41 _____ .. ........_ Cotton. Ernest .._ _...._.__ 4'.1 The "Yankees Increased their I 7N'A111ONALILEXGttE' 'AtChfcagoR.. H.'. : games-Harder vs. Grove; Pearson
7.-/ST Johnson Realty Co. S./i' R AND.4LL'AND.4LL IO-.JPL; A'N '1E'Y. PL"r'Ad i : ) Philadelphia .. 7 11 0''
.._ ......_
: : ::::.:..::: ::::: .:.: : -== lead ''hi American to E vs. C3isearellLIdAfONAL'LEACUE
; 7.-427 ___ ,Johnson Realty Co. : :: 5.43 PAGE 110. LOT 2. SEC H LOT 7. !IEC'&SJ8: the League I At Pittsburgh 11. !. I

27 S :' Z.U1 .._. ......._.... .. Johnson Realty Co.Johnson ...... .....__ '5:03: ( Fl-20 ....y. Lund Susan A. ._,_. '15.41 'tito'an'd "one-half game 'as Allen '9 '12 0 I Chicago ..._.._...._......_ 6 13 1' '
3 .- -''' ... Really'Co. .. ..._... 3.44 '34 C2-7C ____ :_ == Lund Susan >. _.= = 3:44 Brooklyn Batteries: Bowman, Peuuno.I [ ). ..,
g 3 .- n : : :. ...:.... Johnson 'Realty Co. .. -_. 1.441' 14 Fl-20 _...._. ._ ......-__ Lund. !Stlnll A. _.. __ ..-_ '.:dB.U' htiag'linltis! ninth victory of'the Pittsburgh ..,....,_ '3 .lp4 I Bivin and :Todd Henrhaw, Kowa- Philadelphia at Chicago-Davis
; .. =. .... : ;
1 : : : : : Realty Co. .. ._....._ 3.441 : I reason by defeating the White Batteries Zachary and Phelps
..'R&O "rt'T"K l.V ;
WOOD KEY ) ; Lee.
3 : ._. .. .._ Johnson Realty Co. ......... 3.44' *GB i hk, Casey Root"and OTJea. w.
'il 2 Z t 7.-41 _.____.._....._ Johnson Realty Co. "._'_'_", 3,44'S4 SI... OF- PT. LOTS'l. :. .. S'4 T. !KC:JI. TVfP. .!.M.'. I Sox 2 to 0, Conned with the TH Swift,''Wearer $irkTof er'and'Pad- Brooklyn at Pit\sburgt-Two

2 2.427 Johnson Realty o. 3.44 3 G4.396.---.- 1ledc.Iht.tC. A. __.. .. gets' Defeat. / i den. -
24 4 ;; Z-427 : ...=::::::::::= Johnsnn Realty: Co. ::::::..::'.: 3.443e THOMPSON SIB. KKlURGO.. PLAT BOOK L PACK 147 The 'St. Louis 'Browns .won ; I games Clar, va. Hoyt; Earn-

: Z-427.- Johnson Really Co. __ 3rd3I' NK'4 OF RH.>RC. 32. TWP. S1.)1.0 At.fSL'Lbut. thaw vs. 'Bu h.
: 7.427.. _..... ..._...__ Johnson .Realty: ....:::::::: -3.44: J. Mir second straight game over 'At. Cincinnati B. 'H.-E. Boston __ 1 8 1 New Tort "at'
19 11 E2-3S7 Shorten H.
'''u 4 21 7..47 .. ...__.._._ -- -- ; -::HuV.
Johnson Realty Co. S... Washington T in the ,
'3' 4 29 Z.'t1 .._...... ... ._...-.._ Johnson Realty Co. ..___ S.U OCEAN ATRK, KEY. i.xhr.b. PLAT obWi.-PAGE ids >v rallving' New York ._.-. 9 1Cincrnhatf St. 'Louis ___ 271 len TL Ho3Tn2vrortn.: .
'44 4 2Z.47 _..__.__ Johnson Realty Co.Johnson ...___.. :." : LOTS 33. :33 43.'1" :<". SS. TW P.'.l.'R. _* 1'.1 t late inniJip-to 'rin 6 tp. 4. ,I '.",... ril2Battorios I'i "Batteries: Cantwell and Spo 1 r-. : Boston at St. Louis MacFaydenvs

"U '14 2. Z-437 _,_..,.. .... Healfjr$ fc'o. .,, _. ,;...1 It ')'1-205 -._... \Vy&ant. I. Foster : Jimmy Foxz'f seventeenth I : :P me1H. Stoat mnd ;.tJatJ fj'ahd tJelatit alJahan. -

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PXGE_ .. FOUR 'THE: KEY WEST CITIZEN) WEDNESDAY.. JULY 17. 1935.1' .......................e 1 ................................................r! -



_-. 'tTNOrSIS.dty tk. wider Lamrtt oRu Moor Moore. a-r. yon and sent yon to Englandrasked .......... ............................. ....... Mrs. L. W. Roberts, who was I (By GRAVY)
- - - -------
t-wkn.* tryf.y. 1. .1.w.s Rlr BAS Paridc lone, Moore. i spending! a vacation at White' .........................**..............e
"Yes. Kappa Pi Dance Enjoy Outing i iWell I
works for Mark Albtrf. Albrry I Springs Fla., was a returning Our '1 I
personal glimpse today will, (By JOVE)
6ucrMf .. a.r. ATM Res Moor And they made no Inquiries I after our hero learned hisABC's
Grand Success: At Rest Beach passenger on the Havana Special be that personification the word I ) The IJermuda Bakery ten de
about your"No and also XYZ's
/ pretty goodin
,".* a widow ioem ... never *a ,u.. Lauri eollamttf. With a motley crowd to help I The outing of the I Curry Harris of 425 Caroline i Key West, his family shipped
should never bave thought of It but I Administration : night; at Bay view Park by the
for them. celebrate their: year and a half anniversary stenographic classes,- held, Miss Nellie Louise Russell sec street I him up to Virginia to get more score of 8 to 7.

Chapter SevenEXPLANATION "Bat how did yon manage ItT the Kappa Pi social last night Rest retary for the Peninsular Life Our hero was born right here in schooling. Finally he was big I!
How could you play the part of the club's dance lact night at the lIa-;i at : Beach proyI Insurance Company."'';"whowas Key West some 20 odd years ago:j I enough for law school so he gravitated The leaders at bat were I.

widow of a> man yon had never set bana-Madrid Clcb was voted a]|led greatly-enjoyed' affair-: spending- vacation 'with.relatives and his great grandpaw was the I)I to Gainesville and got his Castro and J. Garcia. In the field

""" 00 are Rex Moore Laurie eye our great success I j| Students of_.the_cusses!,were-eni i ty>l Jaek&nvtQe )}returned-over' theCast ,William Curry that you have heard i i shcep-skinfrom the U. of F. Vades.: Roberts and Jolly played_

.I wbl.pered.rOU are diver "1 knew Belle Mason very welL Dancing was enjoyed all eve-'Ir ( tertained, by Mrs Grace Crosby, Coast yesterday; .about all your life. Well he came back to Key, a good .
i game.A
811e collapsed and burled Her She was always talking about IOU.I ning to mnsic by Pritchard's Orchestra. !I teacher"6ft"J"r. .** '*' q '-- Our hero as a troy had a lawyerfor I West and got a job lawyering for I i freak double play made
face In her arm on the table. The remembered everything abe had r ; a father a ;: for a grandfather -: and everybody and incidentally was
name tbat this particular man of all told me. She came from WarrablHo. The floor was jammed with I I Games yrerl'a >; \ Hugh Hinde and daughters a merchant for a great-! any played golf the side. i'I| in this game. Left fielder Garci
mln termeloomustardan strve8 1 Edloft't( Misses: DxJIy,.MarceUe.and Jennie on I I caught a fly threw to first ant
should be,Rex Moore was too too. We went to school together. I couples, everyone in a holiday : grandfather and so it must be up With all his gentlemanly :
macb for ber. knew that you were engaged to her mood. A ,spirit of fun and joy _' 1 Lee, left- over-the highway this to our hero to be a chief of some- he has eluded the fair sex so ways far covered second to catch the run-
He stood In silence, gUlag at ber and would have married her if she from t-J* 5UW.., _, t morning ifor,.V1'siisith,: relativesand kind unless he had an Indian ner off the bag.
was evident in the crowd on thebrilliantlylighted an.O n4lln.rae. P I ancestor but you never can tell about this
tent l russet head. In the nape of hadn't suddenly died of typhoid. _;.c.. friends in Tampa and Palmetto somewhere along the line.: Score by innings: R II. E.
open-air dance I Cupid feller. Sometimes he bobs
Her neck was a little Hollow and "I see. Poor Belle Poor kid! Yes But be that it Bakery .. 000 620 0-834
floor. dancing with fill as may, our heroas at the
a shining most unusual and in-
rotind! It grew downy ringlets of red we were going to get married" moon up i i i S. B. Beer 001 I 040 2-768
I Later in the evening moonlight down on the scene, was enjoyed. I a very small boy went to schoolin opportune time but Mr. Harris,
them. His voice remote then Batteries Blarkwell ,
(old. His eyes lingered on was ; It : and A
Key West and since
R J. Favorite of the Stone and they never has fear
:Laurie raised ber bead. Sbe was hardened. -- I no on score. i!i< Castro; L. Castro and II. Castro
not a coward, whatever she was "So you took up the role of my .......--------1 Webster Engineering Company, the game of golf here at that Well, any way Curry takes a|
8be would show him thaL widow to sponge on the charity of SUMMER SALE ) ; : ,arrived yesterday on the Havana I time he would take a broomstick, driver in hand and with a long,' who likes to tat free off of Curryis "
"I thought you were dead. sbeaid. Alberys firm! You did It deliberately Today'- .1 l I Special for a business conference' and set a Spanish! lime seed up on back swing which reaches from none other than "Papa" Russell -

-| never thought you would r* with Bascom L. Grooms, president I I the curbstone and wham away at I here to Panama takes a lam at I Kerr.
come back. -. did-after the flrst..t ." OF AUTO CARS I I Anniversaries of the Key West Electric Com same, which of course got him the ball and when he connects the
". turned He is 'I into the mood of the Royal and ball sails down the I
"That's obvious. Ills retort was out One for you. pany. accompanied by Mrs fairway for : I
accompanied by another of thosemocking -It t did. But I've worked bard. AndIt Favorite and two daughters. i Ancient pastime.CLASSIFIED. 200 or 250 yards which is a good ,::1 I KEY WESTCOLONIAL j

smites "Just as you never saved my sister's life. I 1744-Elbridge Gerry, Massachusetts' drive in anybody's language. But,:i j i ;
Summer Clearance Sale I..... .. HOTEL
on reconditioned I Il se ....55........ '
tbpugbl the railway carriage door unfortunately sometimes fails
I merchant signer of the Prudencio Garcio, Dr. Fausto! he
was open tbe other day! You don't -AND' when you'd made good, yon cars will begin at ; Declaration of Independence governor l to connect with said ball and he In the Center of the Businessand
Sanchez Osorio, Andres Oliva and
seem to be a sound thinker.. By the think of telling the Navarro's, Inc., on Saturday July 5th Vice President born at [ I may get only the 50 part of the

way.,what Is your nameT" truthr 20, and continue through next Marblehead Mass. Died in Washington Frank Valdez.from Havana formed Monday a party afternoon arriving -- drive. Also he is bothered a lot Theater District

........h........"......_"..__ ...'.Io."......",Ilhl.III.'J."' ....."...' n"n.,,,..-,,,.......... week. Nov. 23, 1814 for a stay of one day in COLUMN with a "hook" to his ball but when First Cla..-Fireproof_
liiilH n he tries he can eliminate that. j
Present. stock of used cars at 'Kef 0Weand left; estrday; forMtaulwhere ........................ On-hir iron-shotr he 'is, hwnt i Sensible Rates ? '
1745 Pickering {
Navarro's -Timothy Rev'olutionary they vOI.! Remain: un-: *
several thou-
represents ROOMS "J averagejjut wastes a lot up around
soldier Secretary of tifjSahuulay: when.\bey .will romcto 1 i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEIGaraa t tI
sands of dollars in which Ithe gree"n. Not being an unusual i
cars ;
War, Secretary of State and Post. I
Key West and l Idb\eo,' on the, "THE I'
MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 j putter he often lose ground at' .
have been taken in master-General under ElevatorPopaUr
on new Dodges Washing, Steamship' Cuba for Havana.
i $2.50 and $3.00 week. this,
per poini. But when he hits t.hose"ood'I'hot I
and Plymouths during the first ton, born at Salem, Mass.'Died I Double and Single. 128 N. E. \\ : which is his_.most dependable Price e
there Jan. 29, 1829.'" IFU I
half of this year. The stock con- I"i Edith Russell was an out 4th Street Miami Fla. part of the> game he is

sists mostly of Fords, Chevroletsand passenger over the East i june26-lmox: a hard man to beat,jSfecaiFse he i is JachMMMille-n. ........ Hater
Plymouths. However, there 1749-Peter Gansevoort, a not- Coast yesterday afternoon for,I always on the greet?" in two and THE SEMINOLE '
ed New York
soldier of the Revolution
I Miami where she will spend a few FOR RENT I that is playing the perfect game.
are numerous other makes of cars,' born at Albany N. Y, Died
But of these
I days with relatives and : some days Curry
6 i I represented. there, July 2, 1812. BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I will get out his book of-logarithms,
I Iyr During the past months this Hour Day or Week. Repairall and azimuth tables not counting!
r I has been busy reconditioning 17C3--John Jacob Astor founder Mrs Owen Hinde and daughter makes and paint them with i.!I the books he has on ballistics and I II

these cars and getting! of the house whj came here at Doris Elizabeth left over the Nu-EnameL We carry a full I then he will chow a few guys a II I aa11'l

them in shape for-this big selling I 21 with a capital of $25.00, fur highway this morning for Tampa supply of parts. Agent for the thing or two. In the meantime I II t yflt

event. Prices during this sale I trader whose business blazoneJ where they will spend a vacation Rollfast( and Dayton Bicycles. he will have to pay for a free din

have been reduced to a minimum. America's way across the con : with relatives and friends.Mr. : I And sell low as $5.00 ner now and then and one guy I

"Persons who have been con-I tinent, buyer of New York land, down and $1.00 per week. We
11,1, I templating the purchase of born in Germany. Died Maih and Mrs. Frederick' II. Solomon I Buy and Sell all makes of used i

-- liThe second-hand car should not fail al 29. 1848.< of 922 Eaton street, who had Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I FAST FREIGHT SERVICE r Aa.k.nRe. trl..L.CRAB. .

look over this large stock," says been on a motor trip to. various I I I Stowers company. 515 Duval t. D. HIW.K.. sl..s..

Dan Navarro. Terms will be madeto 1809-Samuel M. Felton, civil!! points through the state as far street. apr11! -U A where human you,will home-like find f...,Institution iadlrtdusl i

suit the purchaser. engineer and laihviy president as Jacksonville on the East Coast, NEW YORK ",_,.re ..* .....rt....... a matter '
and also including several pointson I PIANO TUNING o( great Importance
of in1'11t"dstlra'JI''" service to the I
country in Lincoln's day, born io the west coast irf their -.
I A steel rtrrpBvrrr .U..c l.e.ted
itinerary returned to Key West ,
New bury. Mass. Died J-n. 24, .. Ike aeart .r Ike .ifF
1889. recently over the highway. reno. Excellent piano for ; '\ -
sal'1) From Key Weal alternate Fridays' ,
I cheap. 1018 Division Room with Combination Tub
TONIGHT jun24lmoFEMALE I From New York alternate Tuesdays and Shower luth. Radio. Electric ,
shame was too much for Laurie. 1810-Martin F. Tupper. English : )l'r. and Mrs Joseph W. Saw- Ollmic Kan. Slat Door fur SummerVentilation.
yer left yesterday afternoon for I r Comfortable Bed with: j
Moor." 1 may hare thought of It. ffat I poet popular in his Cay? fur HELP-SALESLADIES Mattresses of Inner Spring Contract -
his "Proverbial Philosophy," borp. Jacksonville where they will:. spend 1; From Boston alternate Saturdays Ion and Individual Read
'Ah. then you had a good start! nave lost my Job and (By JOVE) Died Nov. 29. 18811.1835Horace a vacation of two weeks.J. $15 WEEKLY and your own A1s.11EtY ORLEANS I. KEY WEST! t; Ing Lamps
'Moor without an E." she co! would know I was a cheat I The Busy Bees and the Lopez dresses FREE for demonstratingnew Alternate We4ara4ara. Arrive I RATES

rected.. She was up In arms. a fraud. Funeral Homers will cross bats ------ B. Sullivan left over the Autumn Fashion Frocks. No I Key Meat _.. mmr. f.lU rl"ar.CLYDEMALLORY. I Slug'.
years you're kept It upYes. ?" See, noted New 7s D*." .. private Hath .a...
,:'WoUld It be too much to ask ." this evening at Bayview Park. East Coast yesterday for a few canvassing.::! No ''investment. tII4I RMM. Private Rath ZJH4o
to tell .me what tbe game was?" York City naval architect, inven- in Miami business. Write fully. Give size and color 11__.. Private Ratn
) you ever think of meT A dead This will be the second game of a tor and designer of ships born in days on preference. Fashion Frocks, J :21 u..w.. Private Bath sale
'-It wasn't a game." She while I* !Simple R_... Private 0.05 .4..e
this tier
you were living .
five-game series. The Embalmerswon Philadelphia. Died in 1909.Today's SMITH. Agraf.Key
Dept. T-883;, Cincinnati, Ohio.jly17ltx. 1-
over her words, her cheeks thought of Rex Moore-not of Mrs C. C. Bryant and daughter \Ve.t !!I1.6I1T'nl'1': ; FOR UOL'BLB
her, blue eyes dark with the first contest by a 3 to 2 I. Montine' left yesterday after- (K.CUPANCVI '
_1 thought of Rex Moore as I ...e.aeeaeeee..e.eeeae.a
"4nd I didn't start it; It started It him to be. And I tbougbt score in eleven innings.A noon for High Springs Fla., -- -- '

self I was down and out In Sydney If be knew be would forgive good game is expected tonight Birthdays where they will be joind by Mrs.
.where. I'd been'flying with my ", Rhoda Keifer and for :11"111.8"11111
He would not mind. ..a..ascc.eSseasae.. stay a vaca-
sitter after my father died. you thInk 1 would haTe u the rival pitchers will be tion of several weeks returning ......................................................................
father left us penniless. We rYea. Ah! Ah! Lunn and Ward.4 I Sanford Bates of Mass, Federal to Key West.

to-Sydney from the country, You're a cruel man." Her From present indications, it t Commissioner of Prisons, .
ha' 'bad been, trying to farm. blazed with defiant misery and seems that the contest tonight will I born in Boston, 51 years ago. Richard Cosgrove! son of Cap-

1 bfercouldn'l get on shame. go much further than eleven in tain P. L. Cosgrove of the' light

J-r tried all sorts of jobs, but was a long pause. Then nings. Dr. Ernest M. Patterson of the house service and Mrs. Cosgrove, JULY SPECIALS ee
couldn't keep them. It came to Moore said: The contest will be called at 8 Univ. of Pennsylvania, presidentof left yesterday afternoon for At-1

w. hadn't enough to eat and 1 mind thIs much as 1 happen o'clock sharp.COCONUTS. the American Academy of Polit- lanta, Ga., to attend summer!t: .
to 'move from our lodgings and be alive. You're made a fool of ical and Social Sciences, born 56 classes at the Georgia School of j

into arouse, where the woman In Albery's eyes 1 didn't tell years ago. Technology. |, .
cused me of stealing and called Just now tbat I hadn't a wife DOWN '

the police and my sister'was 1 wanted to come along and Attorney Aquilino Lopez, Jr.,]
Eric Stanley Gardner of Calif.,
Ill.. and I was half LA TROPICALS novelist, born at Maiden, Mass, :
this trick on a dead man. So 46 for a vacation in Jacksonville, St.! r -
'T'HB police were Kind to me t under.the Impression tbat we years ago.
Augustine and other
Jthey knew the'woman, had *;'feappy reunion. cities along the east coast of]I CHAIRS
baa reputation. And at the -.chdckle: made her wince. (By JOVE) Dr. Waldo G. Leland secretary
Florida and to be
where my sister was they were trok* tzise1t.nowbe went The Coconuts defeated the director of the American Council gone
new about two weeks.
lojme, too, And there happened t 1 have:to I look'to Albery for the baseball club, "La Tropicals," at I lof j Learned Societies, Washington I !
(a a gentleman there visiting, (ore him everything in tbe the Navy Field yesterday after- D. C., born at Newton Mss'iG I ri L11

that I came from 1'nr'ffiQt ttfbl"lo'' let him know noon. The final score was 8 to 7. years ago. ', :face r "BrokenOuf?" I I11 $1.75 :
id T. and for some reason he rihe'iJ>ee ,Jt;>oUd ,by you. and The contest was hard fought -. ," ."L''J : 1

his Moore.bead that' was tbe wldoi-- me stm?*"**fjtJtJu&t"* now. Do yon from start to finish. Dr. Charles R. Watson,'p'*''-.i /.. 'aid fait, healing,today) -to and relieve improve the soreness-your skin I i '
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Sanchez pitched the full game dent of the American University, ;
They had heard that he 'gasped, Laurie. "What do for the boys from the Tropics, Cairo, born in Egypt, 62 years S
secretly married a girl from that di mean
while the hard-shelled bunch used ago. Resinol .
trict: before he started off on you've Just got to keep up 8 inch Oscillating
Suarez and Storr.
flight 'and was killed. They weranxious o"I farce and go on pretending to $6 75
to find ber and do somthing ee ) wife. At bat, Hernandez E. Garcia James Carney, screen_ star bornin Fan .
for ber. There had been no!" and Gabriel for the Tropicals, and New York City 31 years ago. Il I Ii

mystery about the marriage. And aI stared at Rex Moore. The Mclntoch and Dean for the Coconuts SPECIAL ADDRESSESat

said I was Rex Moore's widow. and sbame In her eyes were were the outstanding play Brig. Gen. Herbert S. Birkett of 720 Southard Street i : THERMOS BOTTLES L .......... $1.25i =
say 1 was crazy but It saved m by a glitter of Indignant ers. Montreal professor emeritus of
and my sister from all sorts o In the field. E. Garcia, L. Bazo medicine McGill University, Mr. Henry Fletcher mission-

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: ;; of Ethiopia born 44 years ago. people in South America.. Mr.
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