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 19, 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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ALFRED MARSHALL, GOVERNOR istrator in Key West, the scale of

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have 'bjeen bora of depression and iI iI from C. B. Treadwa,., Works Progress months'the tri-power onion reach.
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recovery-and they are many- I I pe ALFRED MARSHALL ARRIVED' This news will be hapiply received ed at Stresa by England Franc

Alfred Marshall, governor of LAST EVENING OVER by all worker on the roll
lh HERE and
present tax tangle in congress 11 Italy has been shattered.
I the Thirty-Ninth Rotary District, 1 HIGHWAY; ENTERTAINED of the administration, for while
probably it the strangest and most with headquarters in Clearwater Mr. Gil fond had given assurance That "Stresa front" now lies in
faw 1 AT DINNER that be had requested this increasehe
puxxling. Fla., paid his official visit to the pieces, and
many diplomats
Montreal this
I celebrating sum- pre-
I was not sure of the order being
Key West Rotary Club today at mer the passing of 400 years /, it -
Marshall of issued and worker have been
Alfred governor dict that
it will
Taxation bo
is time
always a prime political a long
since Columbus t )
Jacques Cartier i .
its regular noon-day luncheon. far td1 F .l' the 39th Rotarr District, arrivedover anxiouslyawaiting the reply, it i.!
of Canada, first set foot the
on .
l ,..... It touches the in- Mr. Marshall came ,in last eve I I site of the city, then the Indian 3 zt titt ? the highway last evening aid.The before it can 1 e reassembled.

village of Hochelaga. Historical i from Clearwater, Fla.. and was to- regular monthly scale asordered
ning over the highway, and the s-rs
diTiJaal Three
as few other issues do. It i tt11 main ceases Lave con.
pageant are marking Montreal's day guest at the Key West Rotary from Washington was $22
meeting of the club held '
was over I .
growth from a tepee colony to Ittltlt'
constitutes a perennial cause for from sixth city of North America and F -- r h : Club luncheon, thus paying his for unskilled labor, $32 for semiskilled tribnted to the breakdown of the
yesterday, regular meeting
I second of { official visit to the club. and $42 for skilled. Professional
strife between the parties, whose I day until today, when. it was I the world French-speaking with modern city sky. j t Upon arriving at No Name Key and technical labor would Anglo-French-Italian contm union.

conflicting viewpoints hare been learned the district governor scrapers and mellowed land J4 L 11 UUI It1t111 + the visitor was agreeably surprisedto I receive $46. The increase will They are, in chronological orders
would not be able to reach here'I marks dotting its skyline and pf l l[I X11'tg see a number of local Rotarians give unskilled men. $24.20 semiskilled

quite dissimilar.Yet I before: that time. industry thriving amidst ancient headed by President Melvin Russell men, $35.20; skilled men, 1. Italy's preparation for

The Rotary Governor' gave an'I de customs.'Ramezay Upper, erected leftChateau In 1705 : g R ;k g.. awaiting his arrivaLlie $46.20; professional and technical
here is which is an expedition. Bad
a congress escorted to the city by $50.60.In Ethiop\a.\
interesting address at the meeting early home of the French gayer was men.
overwhelmingly Democratic, and I today in connection with his mora and now famous as an historical r ="s the welcoming group and enjoyed his letter :Mr. Treadway sets blood thereupon developed

in which the small Republican! official visit to the club, a spoke' museum. Upper right his first Spanish dinner. at the Del- forth that in Monroe county "you between England and Italy.England's .
minority is fumbling' on many subjects looking toward: Cartier arriving at Hochelaga in monico restaurant. have a distinctive set of condi-
badly split, C.; I
1535, from the painting by
the advancement of the organization. This morning he spent in company tions" which he i relieves justifies opposition to an
in bewilderment as it tries to W. Jefferys. Below. St. James +
Street "Wall Street" of Montreal +(. 2cb with President Russell visiting special consideration. Transportation Italian advance in Abyssinia
translate into law the tax recom- Mr. Marshall cited many things and financial district. I members of the Key West or- cots! are aigher into Monroe

mendations of a Democratis Presi- which he felt would be beneficialto ganization. At noontime he attended county than in other !sections; of remaining what it is, and
MONTREAL, Que.-onJ a most 150 years later. In 1680 crowning its 250 churches. Two
dent. the club, and asked the entire tiny Indian village known as there were only 1000 souls in of the finest universities in the the regular luncheon whichwas the state and of course living costs Italy's determination to pro-
If had such a'' cooperation of the members in an. Montreal when ancient St. Ga- new world. McGill and Montreal postponed from yesterday are relatively increased.
anyone predicted effort to carry out the 'many, Hochelaga when first glimpsedby I briel Street was laid out. But Universities and several theo- I pending his arrival.Mr. "The comparative isolation of ceed without swerving, there
situation a month ago, he would things suggested, for the "good of Jacques Cartier" In 1535, Montreal this summer 1,028,000 Inhabitants logical and scientific( institutions Marshall< will meet at an the largest portion of Monroe seems,little likelihood their
have been down thor' this summer Is celebrating of the city joined by thou contribute to the cultural and and visiting
set as a the order." His remarks were: assemblage of local county from the mainland is alsoa
its 400th birthday as the sixth sands of American tourists, are Intellectual life of the city and their bitterness will sweeten.
oughly unreliable prophet. How I I lisened to with rapt attention and i largest city in North Americaand celebrating Cartier's arrival and Quebec Province Rotarians at the high school this factor in the matter and throughout -

could it possibly have come about?' everyone present thoroughly enjoyed the second largest seaport. the passing of Montreal's fourth Proud of the vigor with which evening after which he will, witha your entire problem in Monroe 2. The Franco-Soviet and
'I his address throughout. In the western world. century milestone.The the early French pushed the colonization number of others visit the Ha- county it is apparent that you Czechoslovakia-Soviet
A review of the facts may answer I The presided I In place of the green forests transformation of Montreal of what is now Montreal bana-Madrid Club where tourists encounter conditions which do not mutual
meetnig over
the question in part. and unfenced fields which marked hal been hastened in .the the present population, Granada assistance pacts. In Mus
the Steamship the of the
arriving prevail throughout
I II by Melvni E. Russell president of the site when Chief Agou- last few decades of its history, largely French-speaking pre- on solini's own words, these
A Need For Action the club and after the singing of hanna and 'his braves of the and today it is tie metropolis of serves many early customs and will be entertained. state.
An interesting sequence of the regular Eongs, the session was Huron Iroquois tribe welcomed Canada center of the Dominion's the parallel tradition of the Asked how he enjoyed his trip, Mr. Treadway cites the fact pacts "shifted the equilibriumof
I brougth to an end. All in attend- Captain Cartier on hU second textile sugar.refining, boot and. French and English lend unique- Mr. Marshall told The Citizen he that it is clearly not the intentionof They made France
+cventsJ> aa.with.tie blow, to.administration ance' expressed great'"delight "dur voyage to New France, mellowed shoe.'palp'paper paint cement,' Kess. to the city's life.- A gleamIng had had a most; delightful) trip. the Works Progress Administration ford"
churches and and electrical -electric has been ; less reliant on England and
prestige struck by quaint twisting cigar appliance cross erect One especially interesting part of in Washington that the
ing the enjoyable luncheon, whichwas streets, mingling with the imposing manufacturing industries. It It ed on the slope of Mount Royal. Italy to protect her against
the supreme court in the NRA de- well attended by the membersof new notes of a modern the site of the largest flour mill on the site of the rustic one the journey was the time he had state administrator shall change
cision. this popular organization.There city today distinguish Montreal in the British Empire and although planted there in 1643 by Maison- at Matcutnbe} which he spent going the schedule except to meet special Germany. To many Italian
will be an assemblage which has become the second it is 1.000 miles from the neuve, and throughout the Car- over the bridge project and and distinctive conditions andit i editorial writers, it meant
it stalemate
Following of
a sense French-speaking city of the ocean ranks next to New Yorkas tier qnatricentennial celebra- familiarizing himself with theprogress is clearly understood that in
with Mr. the withdrawal of
meeting virtually
almost of stagnation, settled present. world. a seaport. tions this summer the cross is
I of the the action taken herein the admin
r tonight. 8 o'clock at the High I Ii 1 Only) a scattering few red menunwittingly In place of the first tepee colony shining down on nightly pageants France from the union of
over Washington. There was talk] other events which have istrator does not consider that he
School building, while the board Montreal and Among
i participated in the now rears againstthe serving as a beaconfor
among administration men of the 1], of directors will meet at 8:30 I I founding ceremony when Cartier sky imposing angular masse the thousands who are converging been planned for the entertain- is setting a precedent for other' Stresa.
need for some swift counter-blow o'clock in the same place. first set foot on. the St. Lawrence of modern terraced office build on the festive city from ment of this distinguished visitor, changes in the wage schedule I' 3. The Anglo German
Local Rotarians and visiting.. shore at Hochelaga AI- ings and a forest of crosses. throughout North America. i is A fishing: trip tomorrow which hrnn..hnn'! thestate. naval l accord Germany
-- granting
to renew the new deal" psy-I members will assemble at this 1-_._._ ". will fill in practically the entireIDMlNlSTRATION The action taken in Monroe I
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chology of forward motion. percent
Into that situation fell Mr.Roosevelt's .'' gathernig at which time many matters -I' county is not to indicate that the of the British fleet.
1'! of interest to the o aniza.I SCOUT TROOP DOCTOR PORTER COUNCIL HOLDS : change is permanent Mr. Tread-
unheralded message tion wlil be taken and discuss-' [ way points out. as it may be advisable France and Italy did not at
I| up 'I
asking for higher taxes on wealth. "at some later date to re- all like the fact that Englandwent

Who message advised remains him a to mystery send such, but a'4'ed.t HERE TAKEN GOES ON TRIPs MEET TO PASS Ii dcce: the wage scale to the" amounts ahead on her own and

UNIT GOING ON stipulated in the order.
it was not the party leaders in'1''': SAUNDERS FOR OUTING NEW ORDINANCE In replying to the letter from concluded this agreement

congress, who were preparing to i the state administrator, Mr. Gil- without bringing them in on
wind up a trying session and had UNDER ARREST;i. HIS BUSINESS TRIP fond writes that "every group in it. The sharp tone of the

no desire to open so explosive a TRANSPORTATION FURNISHED ILY; TO VISIT MANY POINTS GRDINANCE PASSED ON FINAL Key West is extremely pleased French and Italian notes is
subject as taxation just on the, f 't' with this order. We all feel thatI
of election
eve a general year. I I the wage scale as amended by you
The feeling on Capitol Hill was PLACED UNDER; BOND OF ICE; DELIGHTFUL TIME I PERTAINS TO MILK AND I LOCAL FORCE HEADED BY:I''is much fairer and wlil give our fact. La
Says of Rome
that the President simply was: I SF1ZNT'! : AT SAND KEY OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS GILFOND, TO CONFER WITH'''I people an equal opportunity for a Tribuna :

talking for the record. No one FIFTY DOLLARS FOR APPEARANCE J. Y. Porter has been granted '--- OTHER OFFICERS i I security wage; with other people "Permit us to ask why it was
to have suspected at first and elsewhere." necessary for England to detach
appears in this state
that be wanted action this session IN COURT, Members of Troop 5, Boy six weeks leave by the United j At ''a rpecjal l meeting of city Mr. Gilfond concludes with the herself from the continental soli-

and his message certainlydid Scouts of Key West, ,enjoyed a council held yesterday afternoon I More than a half dozen officials statement that he feels that he is darity reached with France and

not ask for it delightful outing at Sand Key I States Public Health Service and i6' o'clock, 'Ordinance 312, council of the Key West Adminis-,'. speaking for the entire city when Italy at Stress, in order to conclude -
Hilburn Saunders, of Big i Pine will I series ,was approved on its second tration are leaving here tomorrow this accord which does nothing -
Left.Wingers Acted yesterday under the leadership of spend some of his vacation the I extends "to you our apprecia.1(
1[ Key was arrested yesterdayon a j third and final reading.: I afternoon and Sunday for Jacksonville -!i prompt and' more than agreeing to what
The matter probably would warrant charging him with assault i Scoutmaster J. A. Boza, Assistant I visiting large clinics in Uie..west 1 The"' meeting'was presided over 1 and other points north of''' erate tion for action your in the matter. Germany already has demanded.

have rested right there but for and, battery. The informa- i Scoutmaster Wilbert Moehrke and j by President Leo Warren with. here to confer relative to the newj' consid-I Continued Discord Seen

one thing. That was the political tion was famished by Joaquin Sponsors John Lazo, George Pea-I and viewing the sights.He j Councilmen Joseph: Cabrera. F. F.I program, in Key West. II 'r Mussolini no doubt had these
alertness of the left-wingers, who Gomez wha claims to have been,i: con and George McDonaldTransportation left yesterday afternoon on; Hoffman J. Frank Roberts and I Final instructions. relative to STEAMER GRANADA! facts in mind when he pleaded in
saw an opportunity to put the the assa-iltee. I the Works Administra- May before the chamber of
C. C. Symonette present! 1 Progress depu-
Democrats on the spot. j Mr. Saundrs /c arrested at Big'?i was furnished I the S. S. Cuba, with his family I II )1, Ordinance '312 pertains solely'tion are expected to be received I,!I I ties for the continuance of the

This they proceeded to do by''I I Pine yesterday afternoon by DepI j,I by the lighthouse service. The I for Tampa, accompanied by Mr:,<, to milk other dairy products the' when the officials gather in the;I,: WILL ARRIVE 6:30: Stress front.

publicly putting up to the White I uty Sheriff Kay Elwood. Arriving!I party left at 7:30 o'clock yesterday !I care of dairies and! these products| Gateway City for the conference j' -It u a positive fact" he said,

House a proposition like this: If in Key West he waived preliminary -t I; morning and within the nextI I Porter and their daughter, Louisa.!t: and. in fact, every phase of the in-i early Monday morning. I'I the- I II "that, with such effective, constant -

these taxes are a ,good: thing whatis hearing and was. by Justice of I I I hour were ready for the diversified !. and at Tampa will begin their auto I i dustry. j Heading the list of those leaving Due to vessel having been and omnipresent solidarity,

the objection to writing themon the Peace Rogelio Gomez, placed'i amusements which were anticipated -! trip, going by stages to important I i The ordinance is a lengthy one< over the weekend is M. E.!I delayed for a time before leaving I political action on a grand style is
the astute books at once? j under bond of $50 for appearanceat and to read it those interestedwill Gilfond, Key West administrator, Philadelphia for Key West, the possible, tending to eliminate the
What could Mr. Roosevelt do? the next term of criminal court. I and realized. points in the Unite l l lt | of necessity have to call at the I who plans to continue northward j i Steamship Granada of the Stand-I'I'i )I principal obstacles that oppose

He scarcely could fray the social I Bond was furnished and Mr. I Practically the entire scout outfit States. j I city hall as no ordinances have to for Jacksonville for conferences ard Fruit and Steamship company : -'] the pacific living together of European -

objectives he had in mind were Cylinders: departed for his home. i started fishing and within a I I' be published in the daily newspapers !: relative to a number of phases of;: will arrive 6:30 o'clock this | peoples. This solidarityis
less desirable this than Before ret-..ring the Porter i afternoon instead of 4:30 o'clockas
year they I heretofore the in Key West. evermore necessary for the future
i short time had landed about 50 as except by title. program |i I
would be next year and he certainly -i CUBAN OFFICIAL .1 fine yellowtails and others of the will visit Yellowstone Park, thj! .* Because of its many phases and I' Accompanying Mr. Gilfond previously stated. I' existence of our continent.
could not say the treasury I Gland Canyon and other the scope covered ly the various from Key West by train tomorrow -' Elaborate preparations have I Many diplomats do not believe
did not need the | : many species which are always to places I i iI been made for Ute* entertainment ..:
money. of scenic beauty and end the tt-i articles reading of the title will.I will be Franklin E. Albert,; that the Stress front will be re
What he did wag to ask for ac- ARRIVES HEREDR. be found in quantities in those w give but a vague idea of the ord-| executive officer in the Admin\: .f the cruising pirfy of 42, which constituted. They maintain that:
tion this session. At first the! : waters. rvird trip at; the San Die:?') EXP **- inance in its comprehensive en-l istration; Roy Hankinson, auditor i will conclude with a floor) show M iflBoIint's srong decisionto

administration leaders thought I After the fishing, games and tiGDI tirety, it is said. ; B. Curry Moreno engineer; I and dancing at the lIabana.I seek a "radical solution"

they might avoid further complications __ Clifford G. Hicks, projects director -I Madrid Club. of the Ethiopian problem will
ENRIQUE the enjoyed ---- --
sports a --- -
group sump- -'-
by tacking the new I .
; and Claude Gandolfo, assignment keep England against him.
levies onto the excise tax resolution tuous repast topped by an abundance Nina
,AND FAMILY ENROU.TETO officer. Mrs. Ryder CUBA TRANSPORTS France will cling to the
and so dispose of the whole I i of ice cream and cakes which Johnson, social service director, Soviet alliance, owing to
matter quickly. That, however TO WASHINGTONProminent had been provided as a surprise by i j BIG USED CAR SALE accompanied by her husband England's direct negotiationswith

didn't work at alL The time was the captain of the boat. Avery Johnson, win leave Sunday I 135 PASSENGERS Germany.

far too short. So .work began on h The scouts and officers 6:30 r Summer Clearance Starts Saturday (Tomorrow) morning over the highway. England will stick by her

a new bill. among the arrivals o'clock in the afternoon declared, Lasts One Week I Many of these persons were in naval accord with Germany
from Havana on the SteamshipCuba they had enjoyed the most delightful Only Jacksonville about ten days ago Steamship Cuba returned from because it removes the dan

yesterday was Dr. Enrique : day's outing they had been afforded PLYMOUTHS, FORDS, CHEVROLETSAND conferring with the staff of C. B.I I.Havana yesterday with 88 Tint ger of a' naval armamentsrace

HABANA.MADRID CLUB I I I Patterson, recently appointed third I in many'months. I Treadway who is Florida director, class passengers and eight second such as preceded the
Saturday NightDANCE secretary! of the Cuban embassy at I Before .the end of this month OTHERS of the Works Progress Administration ,: class for Key West; 38 first and World War.

Washington, and his family. or in the earl/ part of August Positively Best Buys This Year-Easy Terms .' It is expected that, as:' one second class for Tampa. Of And Italy in the meantimeis

While in Key West they were I the scouts expect to spend a week j 9t several days have passed since the I the 135 passengers there were 65 fast making: an with Ger

guests of Cuban Consul Berardo I at Garden Key, making a study of:t NAVARRO Inc. last conference, the Key West aliens many Relations between the

For Members and Guests Rodriguez and Chancellor ,J. A. Fort. Jefferson and becoming familiar group will be able to gather and The S. S. Cuba sailed at 6:30 two are now better than they

SCRIPT $1.00 Mendoza and were entertained Until l with its interest and intriguing -1 receive all information regarding o'clock for Tampa with 46 passengers have been in nearly two

the departure for the capital. history. the new program. and freight. years ,

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ROOSEVELT'S TERMIt .e..11e : .1e..1eToday's ':Ga. Died in Athens: Ga., Jan.
Jcg mtlt5 :Wy ;; 26, 1888.
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Published Dally Except! Sunday By would be a safe bet that FranklinD. Anniversaries 1817-Mary Ann B. Bickerdfke
TUB Roosevelt will not serve four years as I ("Mother Bickerdyk), picturerque -
L. p. ABTMA.V. Pre.lde.t .
'JOB: ALLE!(. A..t Baal**** MaucrFrom president on the strength of his election. and heroic nurte of the
I 1767-Gideon Granger, Connecticut Union Army, born in Knox Co-
The Citizen Building
And there is "catch" in this statement.By '
Comer Green and Ann Street I lawyer, tmaster-Gen-' Ohio. Died at Bunker Hill, Kans"' ,
the terms of the "lam.e duck" .z eral from 1801 to 1814, born at Nov. 8, 1901.
OBIT Dally Newspaper la ;Key'"VVet and aionro* amendment to the Constitution, the ad- Suffield, Conn. Died Dec. 31.

County. ministration of Mr.Roosevelt will end 1822. 1857Wf S. Hays, popular
Entered at Key West. Florida, aa .eond elaaa matter Kentucky comi>oser and ballad
.January 20 1937 instead of March\ 4 as
: "riter, born at Louisville.' Died
Fllr rr-SiIITH YEAR 1785-(150( years ago) Mor- i
has been the custom in the past. deeai M. Noah consul-genera! in .I three July 23, 1907.
Member *f the Prow Thereby he will have the distinctionof Northern Africa, New York City I I
The Associated Press is cxclnslTClr entitled to ua 1846-Edward C. Pkkerinjr.:
dispatches credited to serving a shorter entire term than any ', journalist playwright lawy.r'l 1;,
for repablcatloit.! all news 5- Y 5 sheriff surveyor of the famed HarvarJ l! :astronomer born
It the or local not news otherwise published credited here.In -this paper and also other president, past or future. Beginning jurist who attempted to found a 'i i in Boston. Died Fc>. 3. 1919.:.

:January 20, 1937, presidents will again permanent city of refuge for Jewson
serve four full years. Grand Island. Niagara born in KEY WESTCOLONIAL
EDITORIAL hiladelphia. Died in New York I
)tlNA.TlONAL VClJ\TlON 1933 Members of Congress will lose'evenmore I May 22, 1851. I HOTELIn

days, at the, expiration of their cur
the Center of the Business
Ilti.lCRIPTIO RATES. rent terms, as the new amendment pro- 1806-Alexander D. Bache.
and Theater District
One Tear '10A0 1.0. i iBis vides that in future' a new Congress shall great grandson of Benjamin
onth. Franklin, noted physicist U. S.
Three )(ont... Uil I take office on January 3.instead. of March Coast Survey chief born In rhil- First CIa.FireprrSe..iW. -

On.weekly Month, -s0..21ADVERTISING :: 4. Thus future,: Congresses will meet 17 adelphia. Died Feb. 17, 1867. Rate

RATES' days before the new president is in- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
j augurated. 1814-Patrick H. Mell, noted'
lade known Oft appllcaUoa. .:
Georgia profe!'.v>r and Baptist Carafe Elevator
There is no doubt that the change ,
clergyman. Confederate Popular Pric.
reading notices cards of thanks; resolutions of provided by the new amendment is de- """ 5] S : and author born in Liberty Co.,I I
respect obituary notices, ete.. will be charged for at .
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Notices for entertainments by churches from which.rerenne ordinarily waited about 13 months after PREPARATIONS for a strata- with the expedition's fleet of Ford balloon to be inflated with helium
a la to b-rderlTed are S cents a line. election before assuming their duties. In sphere flight call for extensive V-8 cars at the 1935:; stratocarap. gas which cannot explode. Last
forum and invites discussion
The CitJaen is an open ground equipment. Capt. Orril A. Rapid City South Dakota. Note year Explorer I. got into difficulties -
' 'of public III.aes.and subjects of local or general the meantime many who had been de- Anderson (left), pilot of the Na the hermetically sealed gondola of after rising more than 11
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications feated continued to serve these being tional Geographic Society-U. S. the vast balloon in which: the two miles, and eventually its hydrogengas like A Cake Of Ice"I

called tne lame ducks. Hereafter members Army Air Corps Stratosphere Expedition officers hope to soar a dozen miles content exploded after the
and Capt. Albert, W. up. The balloon named Explorer crew had safely bailed out with
The price of success is heavy xes. elected in November will take officein :Stevens commander are shown IL-'will be the first stratosphere their parachutes.

January, and no member will continueto .
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The only l short cut ,to knowledge is serVe: :kfter'his defeat at the polls. I

found Prone in avoiding pedestrians short cuts.might also be TEACHERS" It' AND POLITICSThe DAYS KEY WEST GONE IN BY [r TODAY'S WEATHER 1I 1) S II Idit

million or more school teachersin Itap..ialft| Here Just 10' Yean I Temperature WEATHER CONDITIONS
characterized as a bumper crop.
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the United States were urged to use Ago Today A. Taken From Highest ........_.___..............___.87 Showers and thunderstorms -11 I Iz
their to certain social The File Of The Citizen Lowest ............._......_.....__.........72 occurred -i -
; political gain the hours
daring last 24
power -
Photographs seldom do us justice- Mean .__ _. --80
benefits. The speaker was Dr. John K. Residents of Monroe county Normal Mean ..:: :::.:::: ::: ::_:..,..84 over the southeastern portion ofl w wJ /t
being fortunately tempered by mercy. he country! from Oklahoma and
Norton, of Columbia University, and he will be greatly pleased at the attitude Rainfall Texas eastward and also in the I J t t1

drew considerable interest by his speechto of the county commissioners Yesterday's Precipitation .94 Ins. upper Mississippi 1 Valley and North'
Pictures of congressmen now in Washington the National Education Association at in positively refusing to Normal Precipitation... .10 Ins., Dakota. I
show themin their shirt-sleeves as have the franchise: they will grant 'Tats rrr.rd ,sera x4-beer **.. .4rntlmK Temperature changes since yes-' '
Denver. for the extension of a water pipeline nl 8 .Vlevk I bio mtormtmf.Tom terday morning have been unmat-I ,
if they were workers.A to West peddled throughout .rrew'a Almanac
"Political leaders should be broughtto Key I trial and thermal conditions are
realize that teachers will be satisfied the county by socalled pro- I Sun rises ........ m"O 5:48 a. m. about normal in all sections except -
moters looking for a rake-off. Sunsets .............. .... ..- 7:18 p. m. << the Greet lakes regionup
man's true worth lies I
probably with meaningless platitudes with The fact was brought out at a recent Moon rises! ..... '.. .. ...1035 p. m. per Micsisippi! and Missouri Valleys kept in our all metal ICE
somewhere between his own estimate and which candidates for public office have meeting. County AttorneysWin. I Moon sets --..._.---.......10:25''s.'' m. where they are 5 to 10 degrees REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and
that of his neighbors. H. Malone remarked that Tomorrow" Tides in excess of the seasonal. of
in cake
claimed their votes, he said. "Teachers healthful as if they were frozen a
the franchise for the water pipe A.M. P.M. Pressure remains high over the
must demand to know the attitude of can line was not to be peddled and High _...............,.12:44 'y2:54 eastern half of the country with ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand

Money spent on a vacation. is not didates toward child labor, developmentof Commissioner Braxton B. Warren Low ..._...........n.. 6:29 6:58 i the crest over North Carolina, absolutely airtight..
thrown if the tired business added that he was irrevocably I Barometer 8 a. m. today: j Charlotte, 30.3C inches.
away man or social security, programs, the modes of J $30.00 and $35.00EASY
opposed to the county's havingany Sea level, 30.09.WEATHER SAM GOLDSMITH,
.housewife gets some real rest. tax systems, and similar issues which go to such experience as had the Temporarily in Charge. TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn .

the roots of a candidate's social phil city for a couple, of year in granting FORECAST
and re-granting a franchise, A Diesel marine motor developing Display At-
A man never knows what a large following osophy.
option for the installation of a i 18,000 horsepower; and said I
he has until he goes: to his own There always a danger in urging a water pipe line' to Key West. In j 1 (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) to be the largest ever eon..trueted.1wa Ice Inc.
t I Key West and Vicinity: Mostly Thompson
funeral, and'then he doesn't care. minority to form an aggressive, unit in other words the commissioners:} recently completed by the ,
in the will grant a franchise and not a cloudy tonight and Saturday'with Italian Fiat company for ow in
politics. The menace comes mem-
NO. 8
franchise! option and it will be, occasional! showers Saturday{'pen- the transatlantic" steamship Vul-
Key West, not easily accesible by bers of the particular group forgettingthe granted to a builder and not a tie to moderate east and southeast cania. I

freight transportation, is. not pestered to high altruism and patriotism which promoter. j i I! winds.! -- -- .-

any extent by hobos, but elsewhere theyswarm may have caused them to unite for unselfish !'I Florida: Most!/ cloudy tonight I If
Editorial rl.lII.l'IIII
the.Jand. I causes and preverting the purposeof a number of comment reluctant: bachelors are]f and Saturday, occasional showers I .......................e..e..a.a..........
the political power thus welded into a who are willing to get married.[Saturday and in extreme north .
selfish effort to gain personally. It will provided they could find a wife';i portion and on the southeast! coast

Government on'merit alone allocations, and not should by wineing be obtained be noticed that in Dr. Norton's statement the to support them.- i I.I tonight.Jacksonville to Florida Straits I I SHUTTER AND AWNING I

above reference was made to 1!
a"nd dining and flattering of public offi- Doctor and Mrs. Harry C. Galey:I and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate 1
cials. But the racket continues. salaries of teachers-how long would a accompanied by their little daughter -i east or southeast winds and :
class" conscious group, armed with politi- left over the East Coast last partly overcast weather tonight j
cal power, overlook the possibility of private night en route to Philadelphia a f' and Saturday with scattered showa -j
Never: refusing a cup of cold water to where they will visit for several I ta COMBINATIONThe I
gain? weeks. T. A. Lumley is making ,
a' thirsty soul is not so difficult from whichto } I
the trip with Dr. Galey. He pro- vacation.Dlr. Bervaldi expectsto
refrain as administering always to the RUSSIA'S HANDICAPS poses to enter' a hospital in Phi. leave about July 25 to join the'

thirsty with the cup that cheers. ladelphia and remain. for a while I party and make a tour of eastern}
-- Ideal Material For This Purpose Is Weatherwood
for treatment. cities and then go for two weeksi!
Why the industrial ambitions of Rus- I at Delaware Gap, Pa. j
Danish society from King Christianand sia are doomed to frustration 'is told rather The Order of Knights of Khora* I o Densboard Weatherwood Hardboard :

Queen Alexandrine down, i is rejoicing cpnvinciygly{ by Isaac Don Levine: former sans familiarly known as the' These are the days when the* S .
and hoping that the expected Barbara Dorkies, are planeing'for a big!| people of Key West and visitors", ,
foreign news editor of the New York Tri- ceremonial to be staged! in Key. to the island have great swimming.
button heir will be a boy to carry on' the 'buVi g J/n/ his book "Red Smoke." Someof West. during .?epte..betAll; :. Daily' there are large crowds atk I For Years the People of South Florida haveS :

Ilaugwitz-Keventlow lineand'spend the 1 elabotrate program is being arranged .' the beach,. The water is delightfully a
the points made Mr.
Woolworth millions. -J by and it |js-)donned to in,I cool and basking in the rays'It Needed a Material like This. Something l like .i i.AdE'Tw'a :
these produce some extraordinary fea:: of the tropical gun while lying on')
.. Russia has less coal deposits than the tures whicb.ivill4.j r8Ve... ni.c.tain+' the sands of the:beach is a daily'\. o. Wallboard, but having Weather Resisting Properties :
A golddiger in New York sued her state of Wyoming and seven-eights; ()fRussia.s ing and exceptionally interesting.Mrs. diversion of hundreds of bathers.) .
i so That it Could be Used for Two Good
seducer for $100,000. On the witness almost inacces- J ,
coal reserves are C. W Richards and daughters -, Among the passengers leaving on I I
stand she stated'that he had seduced her sible and thousands of miles from existing Misses Eleanor and Maizie 1 Mallory boat tonight will be Mr. k Purposes : "

five times but the justice of the supreme or planned industrial centers. Mrs. Carl Bervaldi and daughter.' and Mrs. Maxwell Lord going tOI I

court before whom.. the suit was tried, I The main timber zones 'are likewise formed the a East pleasant Coast party yesterday leavingover for New family York home and in from Lebanon there for to they a| : 1. To Serve in Place of an Awning. i

)philorophizing or. the breach of promise I located in remote and almost uninhabitatedareas Philadelphia where they will spend visit with >&-. Lord's mother. |,

action, remarked: "A woman can be I which the Soviets themselves'admit _.- ------- !! 2. To be Light and Strong, so That it :

i seduced but once. After five or more are handicapped by "lack of labor and are I Could be Let Down .Quickly and :
times it becomes habit. I
a II separated from consumers of firewood by I
I great distances accentuated by extremely : # li I't Serve as Storm Shutters in Case of isI
We will be pleated to have you consult us about
Lord John Russell in London denied poor communications. a Storm.

that he was the father. of a child in dis- Russia has important oil deposits but how you can I :

pute, stating he had never had marital rtf l: these ,are also unfavorably located. Beinga !i\ ''We Have Made One and Hung Over Our Front Entrance. When :

lations with its mother, but the childS s flat country, its waterpower possibilitiesare t. :. You Drive byv'Look' it Over. Or Better Still, Come in and Look :

legitimacy was established when -.Lad limited. Its mineral resources of iron Build, Buy, or : at the Way it is Made. And Let? Us Explain and Show You the :
Russell declared that her husband entered .copper, silver and gold ore are scanty.
: Samples of this Excellent Weatherproof Material- :
her bedroom while walking: his sleep "Because of the great distances to be tra- Refinance You r, Home .. .

Well)), miracles have happened before/bu, tersed the transportation problem seems The Price of this :Material is About the Same as Wood. There .:
dream; babies" are scarce. insurmountable.: There is not one first- I are Five Different Thicknesses and'Grades Carried in Our Stock, :'

\ class harbor on the Russian seacoast. or repair or: modernize any type.of f So that You can Have'a Wide Group to Choose From. :

A New York judge in lecturing Even agriculturally, Mr. Levine de- building on insured. creditThe .

prisoners brought before him said "You clares, Russia's resources .are inadequatefor

gentlemen who' take relief money, go out the immense population. The soils of I South Florida '.Contracting & Engineering Co.

and get drunk and then beat your wives the north are unfit for farming and the cli- First National :Bank k of Key

ire going to get a lesson." Undoubtedlythese mate is too cold vhile; the southern zones WeSft; Phone 598 i White and Eliza. ,Streets :

men guilty of such conduct got cer- | is subject to drouths. t I .

tain satisfaction by being addressed as I Taken all in all, it appears that Rus- Approved Mortgage Undevthe I "Your. ]home is worthy. of,the best" \ :

gentlemen: If men of that calibre are t sia's economic threat to the "capitalistic:" : ;. ..
characterized as\ "gentle," speculation is_ world is mostly a bluff, or so it will prove t ...................................e..eeeaaa.auaas..........a a a.....:

rife regarding those who are "rough" I .to. be. fvr-.many, years- to -com. ..-.- __. I ....y. 'I'.II'I""IIII. .Pt .

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of their four=--pine series by defeating weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

I READY) MADE 1ml Ray Benge the Pirates and Emit 5 to Leonardcombined 3, when DIAMONDBALL I II Today In History

-. '9Y COftALtE ''STANTONal'NOParat to hold the Boos to six II I GAMES TONIGHT,

gf rr.tidtt that Laurie'a eyea blazed. hits.Behind 1848-First Woman' Rights
.k. tea* married/ to R.3 Moore ,.. ) the eight-hit pitching of i I II
Nothing would Induce Convention held' at Seneca Falls,
me to give
'airman. Laurit Moor ACM get *erttlf Buck Newsom the Washington]I I
into a me**, ffc* rappond4of to.e. np my wort: I would rather ten the ( i 1I N. Y.
r. luM kit .e offs ITcrk 4I ery. truth. Ton haven't any right to art defeat the Chicago White Sox 6 There will be two tames in the
pin* Mae' rer. ft* .*.. me to."
keep .tlr..1r' reteke. 1k.w.r.t to 4, in the first game of their Social League tonight. In the 1870 .
L port **vb. I.c wt. "I won't then. Don't hit'the cell series. -Franco-Prussian! War officially -
,JU croiiff way e.kalatektty. !tag! I fa only that he la offering mea The first! game the Bermuda Bay!: i began.1918German.
Philadelphia Athletics
very! decent salary and U might will cross bats with the Service
climbed to within three and a half
Chapter Nine .seem queer. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee of fifth ten. This contest will start at 8IP.
games place in the American -,,
I retreat across
1 don't what It She
care seema. PAUL DEAN WINS
WORSE TANGLE League by beating the Cleve. m.
the Marne
began-French and
saw amusement In bla face and at
DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF UNKS land Indiana, 7 to 5 in the ] In the
the Cave
LAURIE had made a kind of a once controlled herself.She mustn't opening second: game I II' Americans take 17,000 prisoners.
Rex aa she bad made get excited. .They didn't know at 14TH STRAIGHT clash of a four-game series. ''' Inn outfit Till cross bats with the

for Mark Alber,. la tier herowonhipping '- the office that you bad come back** (By GRAVY) The NATIONAL summaries follow LEAGUE: j'I' S. B. Beer aggregationThis!' tilt I 1919-Race rioting in Washing
way She had heard to she aald.Albery. '
much about him from Bell Mason. la going to announce It to- .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeea*.*eeeeeeee GAME FOR CARDSGIANTS At Pittsburgh R. H. E.|t will be hard-fowjrht: for these ton. D. C.

who adored him and would hate morrow. He'a been very decent: b,', I Well boys and girls, it seems Fell Kerr and came out on top by I Brooklyn ..._...._...._..-.-.. 5 9 0 I clubs are fighting for the lead j

been his wife. If aba bad that of the best turnouts of! Kerr Pittsburgh ._ ... 360 and the team will
lUed used influence ao that the papers one [21. Mr. remits that Mr. II. "' ''''' h. -- that loses go to 1933-Two shotgun bandits,

So rancb that she sad seemed to won't make any fuss rye agreed to several weeks made their weekly,;I P. is quite some onions.t DOWN REDS IN 12-IN. Batteries: Benge Leonard Birkofn.1 and I the cellar outside of the Service j first of their kind London caw,

know him. His gaiety his klndoeaa. give one Interview only, and that'll pilgrimage to the golf course yesterday Phelps Lopez; Blanton boys. sentenced to be whipped on bareback

Hla bursts of temper,,that were over be the end. I never would stand and they did play for a II t On ,aceojnt of the foremost NING BATTLE; YANKEES Brown and Grace. Batteries will l-e j before entering prison.

In a moment; his restlessness when publicity. Well. Albery baa solvedour free meal Some came away gentleman (bachelor girls!) in BEATEN BY BROWNS, TI. Water Pickle J

be was bound to earth. domestic problem. He'a lending happy because of that for which'j Key West being detained by a At Cincinnati R. H. E.New and P. White for the Service ten

Aa *b* bad told him a few min 81 a furnished flat quite near his they went they will receive but on I blonde-brunette, he was!! a little CERS SHUTOUT RED SOX York ._.._.........._u.. 6 13 0 and Blondy Roberts and A. Castro 1 BENJAMIN LOPEZ

ntea ago when abe thought of how own. and he's asked as to dinner the other hand as many were unhappy -i late in arriving and so the Duke Cincinnati ._ ?.._.........--..311 4 for the Bermuda Bakery. C Garcia -i FUNERAL HOME
she and Clad bad been eared and tomorrow." on account of the same ((12 Innings)
I| of Rock Sound was standing and Mrrtinez for the Cave i Serving Key West
bad prospered became of blm. be- Laurie was speechless for a moment thing only different But then the (!,....Ial ..'T". lttls"a) Batteries: Smith. Garbler Stout j
tee waiting to play with sorne- Inner Half CoUry
!', and and H.
earn of her at Brat Innocent mat : then she stammered out: the losers are getting a break. Be- or.e. Mr. Atwood Sands being NEW YORK, July 19.-The and Danning; Prey Brennen and Jolly Castro for. 24 H..r Amkolaac Service
luerade.'she bad told "You doa't we've to live I [the S. B. Bee club will be the '
herself that.If mean" got cause the Rotary Club is hating | tl at nobleman says why not let World Champion Cardinals ran Lombard!, Campbell. Licenced Embalmer
be knew ha would forgive ber. In the same house? and important batteries in the second
a big shin-dig today an -I : game. j i
He 'wouldn't mind. But. then of She looked so much like an at which him play in place of Mr. William their winning streak to 14 consecutive Pboae 135 Night 696-\\
meeting tonight At R. H. E.
Harris And Bascom Chicago
course abe bad child that could I Curry so victories' crushing the
thought: be was abashed be : cot help members of the !,
time about 11 Grooms takes "Old Bye" and plays Philadelphia ,."'''.''....'..m 3 10 3 '
dead/ and
would understand.abe bad felt the dead laughing."Naturally.: Don't husbands andwhnuluaJl1r golfing fraternity will be there I}I f I Fred JVyala and Earl Julian. Afterward Boston Braves 13 to 3 as the Red Chicago .m.-....... ....--... ..11 11 0 LEAGUEjffANDINGS'AMERICAN

How ha and it has been decided by Capt. ;? Mr. Duke says he wishes Birds peppered Danny MacFayden -I Batteries: Jorgens, Bivin Pez-t
must hare changed: She and' Bob Smith for 18 hits
remembered that "1 never.thought of that. Lopez Capt. Spottswood and Sam- I he would have kept quiet. He zullo and Todd; Henshaw Root LEAGUE
be bad
been blind. I uella that the dinner will be held and two home runs in the last ofa
and ber warm been went oat to blm "You never teem to think of any I I would hare saved money on account four-game series. Paul Dean registered and Hartnett. Club- W. L. Pet.,,

for a moment..And that' be bad prob I thing. But don't worry, we shall next Friday evening same place I of he and Bascom lost to tenth of the New York .............. 49 28 .628 f
ably saved her life the other day. !manage. It will give .a a'chance to same time and will be July 26th, I Fred-Earl by a wore of 3-0. After victory five At St. Louis R. II. E. Detroit ..._ 50 33 .602 i!r

But why mast be force tier Into :,stage quarrels and find out! we bate providing nothing seriously inter- I the game had started Mr.uW. hits season, holding the. Braves, to Boston .......-........-....... 351 Chicago...........-._. 42 34 .653 :,

this odious 'position Surely he 'each other. I don't suppose yon want venes. Several of the regular hoys,I C. Harris arrived on the scene Red- St. Louis ......_._...._...__13 18 3 Boston ..,__'_' 43 39 .524
could have found a way outt The me to come and live here" i like Melvin Timotheus and Hand lout of breath and said he was The, Giants escaped' from I Batteries: MacFayden. Smith Cleveland .mm......_ 39 39 .600 V2KHire
land with their leagueleadinglaurels
logical, part of ber mind saw: the r some Horace were among the'I: sorry but busniess detained Turn. and Hogan; P. Dean and Delancey. Philadelphia ...*..... 35 42 .455:
Justice or It. But Ma last'words bad -0no, no! Tbere'a no room. ,! missing for one reason or an-}! And so Curry played himself for badlprttattered after strug-and I Washington ____.._. 35 46 .432':! This

stung her'OD the raw-"When the oh. no But It's my other. Even two of the new I i i a meal and lost tor himself. Says glinZ.tHrougJt2long AMERICAN LEAGUEAt St. Louis ..._........... 24 55 ,304 t
time cornea to pay yon don't like It. home I can't give It up. It'a my ..Iai i players in the shape of Otto : he likes to lose when he also more than three' hours to defeat I Boston R. H. E. I Army OF

and squeal!" tera home. I made It for ber. Kirchheiner and Karl Thompson the Reds, 5 to'3: and'gain an even .... .... .. 881 i
you I wins. Now :ou Lnow a guy is"'a Detroit; ............ .. .. NATIONAL LEAGUE
He was a aelflsb brute and be deaptaed "Ton can shut It up for the time failed to arrive. The tax assessor I: lawyer when he says things like break,in>.the four-game series. By Boston! -......----....--. 053 Club- W. L. ::1.: :! "Salesmen"THEY'RE
being. Ill the rent. By the way winning the overtime struggle the I
ber. And abe bated blm for pay has an alibi; a kitten walks up and that. Makes it sound importantand I Batteries: Rowe and Cochrane; New York ...___. 53 24 .688

coming back and upsetting her life. your sister-how does she stand In smacks him on the jaw and he goes I bamboozles the common man. New Yorkers remained four games W. Ferrell and R. Ferrell. St. Louis ....__-_....... 50 29 .633 I THE

She. would pay and she wouldn't this little gamerLqurle's I all around town displaying where Well the next outfit contained ahead of,the St. Louis Cardinals. Chicago ..-.....___-. 47 41 .506 ADVER-

'lfIL- But she would punish htm. face crimsoned once a kitten hurt his head. That's II I "Daddy" Berlin Sawyer who hasa Charley Ruffing weakened aft-I At Philadelphia R. II. E. Pittsburgh m....._..._. 42 41 .506 i i t TISING COLUMNSOf

all the same for those Insulting more with shame I true! But let us get on with the i perpetual golf grudge against er pitching five-hit ball for 10 innings Brooklyn _.. .._... 37 42 .468 ,
Gad thinks I was married to yon. i Malone Cleveland ..._--........_..... 590 > -
Pat .
and proved a
words. Ton see she was unconscious at results of the game. In the first! Bob Stowers. ot Georgia and way hurler and the' Philadelphia _.-._._.- 791 Cincinnati ....._...... 38 44 .463 ,i i -
"burst" relief
In the morning Laurie could almost death's door when It happened. I I place let it be known that they"Roughs" ; points. Mr. Robert Stowers shows as a in the I Batteries: Hudlin Brown and Philadelphia .__._ 33 46 .418
Browns scored three
have thought he episode had couldn't face her afterwarda. So I under the leadership of iCept. Mr. Sawyer how they play golf up I runs Phillips; Marcnm and Richards.! Boston .._.._._........ 21 61 .256 The
been a dream. She,bad slept surprisingly let her think It, like everybodyelse. Spottswood gave a neat lacing in "Jaw-jah" and promptly know: ", eleventh to defeat the Yankee, 4 I Key West
I soundly,, after, the shock: to the "Fairways" with Joe creek to 1. The loss cut the Yanks' lead I
the ball in the Ojreechee or CARIES\ 'TODAYAMERICAN
H. .
ana stir or the encounter. Lopez as captain. The score being to one and one half games. At Washington R. E.Chicago1 CitizenThey.n
Ton must have an Ingenious The individual maybe it was the Dismal Swampor Only one of the Red Sox reached -: .....-_..... .-....._. 482
There was no word from ReslioorB. brain." he commented. 9 1-2 to 5 12. whatever that place is. All of LEAGUE I
base when Schoolboy' Washington .....__...... 6 13 2
second .W take
By the post only a scrawl "It wasn't difficult. She believes scores: which amuses Mr. Sawyer very I' Chicago; at Washington your messageto
from Glad,.. saying that their tour everything I say. I only had to tell much on account of Mr. Sawyer Rowe pitched and slugged the De- Batteries: Tietje. Salveson and St. Louis at New York. I every home in the city
was Ml ax shortened' and abe would troit Tigers into an 8-0 shutout.A .i Sewell; Newsom and Bolton.
her rd met yon near our home In admits they never play golf in his Detroit at Eortoiu and SELL 'EM
probably be back In London In the what-a-I barrage of extra base hits your waresor
the and married Ketchum
country we were Charlie being unless
home town in the Bahamas !! Cleveland at Philadelphia:;
middle of Hay. A "rest was Indicated. secretly after poor Belle died. Clad man said he'd play Strunk and Doc they play it with crab backs. But that included homers by Chuck: St.A New York R. H. E. services.

She hoped to goodness It was away for six months working Kemp single-handed but Doc and anyhow Mr. Sawyer and Samuella Klein Frank Demaree and Stan; Louis ..........-......-..-- 480 NATIONAL LEAGUE

wouldn't be for long. on an orange plantation before we Eddie never being chisellers of any Goldsmith play against Mr. Stow I Hack a triple by Gabby Hartnettand I I New York ........._..._.,.110 0 Boston at Pittsburgh two PHONE 51

Laurie waited feeling a fool a went to Sydney. She didn't know kind whatsoever were very mag- ers and Clem Callipygian Price a double with the bases filled I Batteries: Coffman, Ruffing grmes.

few minutes beyond her time before Belle: she went to a different school nanimous and said they would be and the two aforementioned gen- by Billy Herman gave the Cubs i and Hemsley; Malone Deshongand Philadelphia at Cincinnati.New The Citizen

abe :Seft' for the office, whlcb was She'a five years younger than L" Very happy for him to do so. Which tlemen will have a nice meal paid an 11 to 8 victory over the Phil Dickey. York at Chicago, twogames. ,
within an easy walk. But nothing He looked at her straight In the I .
upset Charlie a bit on account of for by Mr. Stowers and Mr. Price, lies.The I
happened. eyea. For the first time her antagonism he thought they were gentlemen.I both hoping we find fish bones in Dodgers made a clean sweep Subscribe to-The CUbe i Brooklyn at St. Louis.
So she set forth and did ber daya faltered. .. ..
Srork When all was over Charlie has to the steak. Mr.\ Sawyer also-.has) L.-- r _. -
aa usual following the routine 1 guess you've been through
for both and Doc had enough match Bob
individual against!
pay an !
with a kind of intellIgently.vacant blt.he said quietly. "Well, that'sall
pennies to go to the show. Butit but Mr. "Music" comes out first'
mind. Nobody Aid anything to her. right.You'll send the good news
seems that Doc covered himself and Mr. Sawyer must keep quiet l .
Evidently the news of Rex Moore's to your sister right away His smile I
return bad not filtered through from waa mocking again. with glory in that he held Eddieto for another week. The scorer

above "She will be coming to London a 92 while making that score happened to be 3-0.
v himself also. Cupid Russell being FIRMS
Mark soon.
Albery did not send for her.
She had half expected that he Then she can stay with us and missing. Doc had all the arguing: Mr. Swinky Swanky Harris says

would. watch our cat and dog life. Betterto to do by himself. he likes to have good oppositionand

When abe got home Rex Moore have a witness on your aide so so he plays Mr. L. Polycarp I'

met ber on the pavement it can be all my fault. Art man, Jr. But Mr. Harris is '
'"1 found out when you left the "You're perfectly disgusting! I Now Bill Malone says if he can not quite that good and Mr. L. P.I ".. I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

office." be aald. "I've been with AI- Laurie exclaimed furiously. don't i make schedule he will play anybody A., Jr.. comes out best and Mr.

bery nearly all day. Everything went believe 111 do It after aU!" including Bob Spottswood Harris drags along behind. Also

off Brat-rate. May I come np with "It'a fixed. You can't get out of the only arrangement being that I Mr. Harris was so disgusted witha

you Mrs. Moore* It now. By the way yon know my all younger than Bill must give a number of things that he plays I I

first name. What's yours!" stroke a hole. All the same age i along last and does not reach AMERICAN..COFFEE.ROS.ES:

HIS grim chuckle had the usual "Laurie.. or older he will play equal. Which home until after 6:30 p. mf in JOHN C. PARK ,, : THIS SPACE: ;
Now,Offered in 3 Grades
on her. It suits you Ira uncommon- always makes Bill a very young; the meantime all the fish houses ,
"'1 suppose so." abe aald coldly. like you. I say must yon look ao man somebody old one i
very ]1 i I are closed, his cats go hungry, he PIECES A
Ib 25c
Are determined to robbing glum? Can't yon lee the tunny aide SIMONTON ST.STAR, ;
you go on or a Very poor one. And so Bill I i misses afternoon sijesta 328
It In?" of It?" There was quite a pleased ; |this LARGO !b '18c
and Cookie Mesa (the with his wife and makes ; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
lie did expression on his face a hint of the supennten-j argues
not answer onto they .
dent) got together all the post office clerks work : V.-& S., Ib 15c.
happy laughing man
were up In her sitting-room. Then eager young '
beating to Pete Taylor and Louis PLUMBINGa
of the photograph. haven't laid overtime all on account of Mr. PLANTS and VINES
he looked at her. smiling In his unexpected Pierce. I Buy It At'Your Local
It that Cookie triedto
seems Harris not being able to make a
way but without mockery. I'm grateful to yes but am. Albery
make a record score! and Pete be is rlgoking. ,, .Grocery Store PER MONTH
small white ball where
You rye to
Then abe saw that his face could be la all over me. see got go
make It's the main thing for was lost without his pa-in-law. So if of guyS SOUTH FLORIDA
nice. lie wore a new grey flannel money any youse I Roasted in Key Weat by
make lots of However when all was over Bill of taking the PUMPS i
ault. and his hair had been cut and me to money. are thinking up game;

trimmed to conventional amootbneaa. He stopped abruptly aa If ha had and Cookie had three and Louis- just take a look at Mr..,'Samuel I' :. 'STARCUFFEE'MILL"':

forgotten himself In a n)6mentlof Pete 0. j jThe' Harris and Mr. Hekey Pokey Pious PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY '

.-"No. I. wont do that be said rare relaxation: Watkins the next time you are in 512 Greene Street $3 00

a.ualI1.W1l1 aof treat It like a "111 make It easy for yon." lie add the P. O. and if ;;OU want to look PHONE 348 Phone 256 .

joke: which It really tar ed. "And ni get off now. and comeback next aggregation had ''a_ like either of those gentlemen take tap PHONE 597

"1 don't lee It to that light( at all. la the,morning. Albery.sent a couple of new players along. These I' the ame. Mr. 'Watkins-.will'

Mr. Moore. message. Ton're not to go back to being Mr. 5c &; lOc Fripp and Mr. be all smiles-Mr. Harris all ,

"I should try to. Do you mind If the office anyhow for a few days. Postman Bervaldi. On account of i frowns--Mr. Bervaldi very civil : -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

amokeT" He did*not alt down without until we're settled In. Can yon move these being new men to the course -and Mr. Atwood Sands all :: SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE
being asked tomorrow the captains thought they would } "'
She stood facing him. and suddenly **I suppose so." she said ungraci, supply amusement in the -way of Jewfish. 2 IlK _. ... 35e THE KEY WESTSUNDAY A

felt foolish. She pointed to a ously. Li Plummer and so they gave Mr. The way to destroy one of the Yellowtail St.ak, 2 Ike 35 Offices 319 Dtrral Street +.r'r.
,chair, and eat down herself refusing Right! Good-night then!" Bervaldi to Mr. Plummer: and have ,: .
worst enemies of vintage grape Yellowtail en Bose, 2 Ike. 25e '
a clgaret. Laurie was confused when he Charles Salas take along Mr. ,STARSabtcription
"Bo you went to work aa usual to. held out his hand, but she put hers Fripp. Well it seems that )Ir.I -theleafhopper is to spray the Grouper, 2 Iks. -, 25e
i vines with nicotine says the department TELEPHONE NO. 1
? be asked abruptly."Of I
day In It A tingling: went through her Plummer was too show Mr. B. and Supper 2 IN. ..r.-- 2S. ,

eoarae.- that made her pull It hastily away I Mr. 5 &; 10 bow to make shots but of agriculture. Mattes Fish 2 Ik*. 25 $2 Per Year
Ton Intend to go on"with ItfWhat Her good-night": was a whisper instead when rl! vas ever. Mr. 1. "THE Try Y..r Meals AtDelmmuco
do yon mean? She stared as she fought for self-control. Lionel had more scores than anybody FRESH SHRIMP Key Weat Only Sunday -

la amazement fceyyrigLt; n" CorolU at..,..; 'Paper Restaurant
else in the crowd and Mr. B.
Only that Albery asked me. I '
said I didn't know. Perhaps It would says it will also cost him a dinnerto FREE PROMPT DELIVERY : BosineM Office Citi... PORTERALLENCOMPANY 4wier Beer ___ lie
Tomorrow, Laurie has'a talk be eaten by Mr. 5 &; 10; Mr.I
look better If didn't".eeeeee.eeeeeee.eeeeee. RUSSELL'SCiGAR S
yon with Mark Albery. Salas saying it is no more than he LOWE FISH COMPANY; Building Six;. Dia....., _.._..

-- --- expected-inasmuch :as he has PHONE sal PHONE 51 .--.------ roe, 7Sc, mmd 8S

r. .. York City, born irj\San Francisco never yet paid. Also his Boss has
69 i never! paid--so next time it will beLope..spotta
years ego. :
Today's ,Birthdayseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee STORE
and then electric money spend Reputation
Malcolm >Mnir t f New York
well! Indeed. Bat let 538 FUoMag Street .,
publisher born at Glen very very I -0- JENNIE B DE BOER
Merlin Hall president City
Ayleeworth In .
,l it be said that Izv P. and Mr. B. ped every packagePRfrYTIffG .
of the National Broadcast Kidge, N. J., 50 years ago; i FUNERAL HOME
were not entirely skunked. They Returns ,
Baseball "
ir.g Cedar Rap l .. Daily- of
: Company. crn got 1-2 point on the first nine 1 .
ills. Iowa 49 : ago. 1 I I Frances L. Warner of Provi '. j
pcas .
holes but Messrs. F. & S. got 2 1-2.
dence.-R. L,. anthof,'born,at Putnam -! By Wire : ; DIrmJfiW. Sy. patWti. 1-

Conn.. 47 years ago. I Cerss.y I

Dr. Charles 11. Mayo younger I Mr. Hokey Pokey Watkins was -.0-- DONE BY US i 1
of' the two Came1Irothe.r.Ireonsof COME IN AND GET THE NOTARY PUBLIC
Prof. George P. Costigan Jr. supposed to ltv with Russell: j '
of the Univ. of California Law Kerr against Samuel Ephraim -=Yf1AND ;- !
Rochester. Minn.. 70 years ago. I School born in Chicago 65 years Harris and partner but Mr. Hokey MAJOR BASEBALL J ENGRAVER I

ago. Pokey got cold feet tad would not LEAGUES t; See Him For Year-Next Wall ,ARTMANPRESSCltiaenBldr. !! Ab1ase.Soi'i4' -

Governor Paul V. McN'utt of i play such a good player as Mr. S. -0-- ALL PRICES i > .
I An increasing number of s0I E. Harris and so ,"Pious"-says be REDpCXDH ; 'LADY'ATTEJmAKT'
let iana. boar at Franklin Ind., .U1e.r CIGARS ',CIGARETTES }
I called guest houses have been will take Joseph Lopez and play Ii r.i9 t* 12-1 te i 1 : Ci.0Eli ce
ago.Judge 'making inroads on the business of any two other CUP *ff the course SOFT DRINKS, ItONE SI I .
Opra S.twr4 y 'xIgL a I fte ai'S44 If...r SUy
the large hotels in Bermuda say providing they are not better than E"rc..t' ..
Julian W. Mack of the I America ,trade observers in that Mr. Wakins. And So those two --- "

Second U. S. Circuit Court, New colony pick Mr. Spottttcod Lind Mr.: Bwll -
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Pythian Circle I Dance TonightAt __ no. .. .. ,._., . .



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Pythian Sisters NeedlecraftClub \ Big Country .rp a Ns r --7 IN A STRANGLE HOLD. r,

met at the home of Mrs. W. Store Dance will be given tonightat

P. Archer Wednesday afternoon.The Habana-Madrid Club from 10 1. wr .
afternoon in sew- e w :
was spent
p. m. till 2a1.Z1.; This affair was: r
ing. Later delicious refreshmentswere :.t
served. < I originally planned for the Cuban
4 Clubfbvt/due:tojtheA illness of
Those ( .R-S
present: were: 3 /J
Mesdames George I. Knowles, someone JalvtKat! _neighborhood, wr

Jr., William Sands.- Flora Michael, plans were changed.-'j .
Constance McDonald Corinne MlikfMukiO"members will

Jerman, Arnold.Key, C. C. Brown make'-this tb}* big' event of the' i

Laurence Higgs; Jr., Leland Saw-! summer season and hare prepared' 'N

yer, Miss Anna Whitmarsh and I a good floor tow headed by some

the hostess. : of the city%' most- talented young

Next week the club will meet at people.
the- home of Mrs. George I. i As at all Muki-Muki-O dancer, :

Knowles, Jr. music will be good. Tommy it
Thompson's band has arrangeda :

good program of the latest hits a ,.
Plan Dance At )
for tonight's frolicks. : \

HabanaMadridAnother In order to make the event 3e.A

more attractive and enjoyable .
big Saturday night local merchants' have donated L

dance will be held at the Habana- valuable prizes to be awarded to

Madrid Club tomorrow night at the lancers. Striking pictures made 8 to 15 feet under water at Silver Sprints, Florida by Red Cross Life Savers, showing for the first time what actually occurs under water when a drowning person is rescued: I
the usual hour. The Muki-Mnki-O committee in
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of the dance antici- --- -- ----- -- -----
Those in charge of the enter- charge are

tainment have a good time in pating a capacity crowd and .........................i| GROUNDS ENOUGH I ......................... a*': ........................

store for everyone attending. promise everyone attending a Today's Horoscope CLEARANCE SALE i
Habana-Madrid Club is unusuallycool good time. PERSONAL MENTION I I I MILWAUKEE "When youI'I! CLASSIFIED (- .

and comfortable for summer ........... .... i i; husband buys you exactly one: eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ON USED AUTOS
is theiri invited only. Ha- .0..1..11 ;' ( WALTER
dancing as the ballroom en- : coat in 45 years of marriage life,' COLUMN: I Today indicates an aesthetic nature i )

tirely openair.The I baru-M\. drid Orchestra. will'' furnish Rev. E. R. Evans and familyare that's grounds enough for di-J ,, I given it may be, to mystical: ........................
dance'' for members and. !'music ;*>-' returning over the highway, vorce," declared Mrs. Pauline ,*....................... !| and poetic reflection. There will, I'

-- this evening from a vacation | Odesam of this city in filing suit FEMALE' HELP SALESLADIES,' probably be many changes in life,, Biggest used car event this; Did you ever 50 afishing ort a
) I and do'vns of fortune and will start tomorrow at Navarro's. bright day, .
spent at Mrs. Evans' mothers'home against her husband. 'S' -_I cps rather year 'I sunny
REORGANIZATIONOF 'I"A1'AT..I I. at Newman Illinois. I poor lick in love affairs.i I Inc., when the Summer Sit on the bank and watch

I i I OSlTi.01OPEN.. Married or;; Seek to develop stbaility of char-i Clearance Sale on reconditionedcars 'I the fishes play
TO SUBSCRIBERSIf I More small trout "planted" by stunning I 1 ofprosperity .I
Single Women showing acter. and during the time
Word received from Jackson- With hands in
will begin and last for one I your : your pocketsand
the in streams
government are
LOCAL BAND new Autumn dresses. $15:' r.nd: pleasure, lay Uf. a
ville1 states that Juan C. Lovell of I ; your pockets in your pants!
you do act receive your West killed by other fish than by the weekly and your own dresses I I store of wealth and sunshine for week only. I Did
Key was a guest registeredat you ever see the fishes do
paper by 6IS o'clock in the f big birds commonly believed to be free. No canvassing Exreri-! the dark dayi.ORDINANCE. Due to the fact that Navarro, I the !
the Hotel Seminole in that hoochy-choocy dance!
afternoon, call telephone 51 'the fish's worst enemy.LEGALS. Send size. I
ence unnecessary. Inc.. has done a tremendous business -
CARRIED'r and a paper will be tent to I I Fashion Frocks Dept. T-1252., NO. 312.COUNCIL, in new Dodges and PlymouhUthe

ON UNDER DIR your home. A complaint boy I, Cincinnati, Oho. jly9-lax SERIES I I first half of this year this I T PALACEBig
Thomas sheriffat
!is on duty at this office from company has on hand used cars
CAPTAIN WALKER Islamorada, arrived yesterday: TITLE Boy Williams in
6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I the investment of
I M'!STKHI.K! representing
J purpose of delivering com over the East Coast with three I. Notice in hereby given that under J An ordinance defining "milk"and i thousands of dollars. BIG BOY RIDES AGAIN
100 prisoners awaiting trial at next: and h) virtue of a certain order certain "milk products",I I I Tom Mix in
plaint Help us give yon ; and decree of foreclosure and sale "THE MUNRO.-Rooms $2.00 I Prices on these cars have been
Some time ago, the local corps, service by caling 51 term of criminal court. ;i. made and entered on the 28th day $2.50 and $3.00 per week., "milk producer", "pasteurization": reduced to the minimum for quick MIRACLE RIDER

of the Salvation Army started a, if yon do not receive The Citi- Sister Lewi-and: : Sisier Rose,!,, Circuit"f June Court A. P.of 1J33.the In Twentieth and hv Judicial the- Double and Single. 128 N. E.. erated etc., prohibiting and misbranded the sale of adult-I sale during the coming week. Navarro :I Matinee: lO-lSc; Ni-fcl 1525chMt

brass band to which number of! -.. i : Circuit of the State of Florida 4th Street, Miami Fla. i iune26lmox I In a of the Convent of Mary Im
contributed in and for :Monroe County. milk products, requiring permits; Sunday to display the cars nJ.rkw..ileh, llxlet"
citizens of Key West .I.1.1IIIIMISS maculate who were in Miami for]r Chancery, wherein In a Lorenc cause B.therein Burdick pending Is ; for the sale of milk and milk products I THE SEMINOLEJawkwmvllle.

money. Owing to 'transfer of a few days returned on the Havana -I plaintiff and Burbank Realty Company FOR RENT i regulating the inspectionof
at that Special yesterday. I II' I a corporation organized and I dairy farms and milk plants!
the officers charge
I. BETHEL existing I under the laws of the aImprov..m..nt t
time, it became necessary*for this, :Hl1. I of Florida, and Gato Real Estate: A: BICYCLES-WE RENT by the i the examination, grading, labeling -
W. D. who in Company a corporation NEVERBEFORE
Under! Captain was placarding pasteurization: ,'
band to be discontinued. I' organls..d and .xltoltln under Hour, Day or Week. K the direction of Captain Walker ) HAS MISFORTUNE Miami for a few days on busi- the laws of the State of Florida all makes and paint them with regrading, distribution, and sale G

the officer in charge of the localcorPs ness, returned yesterday. are defendant ale certificate, foreclosure, the of undersigned lI..nof ,Nu-Enamel. We carry a full of milk and milk products, pro I es lp
who has been playing in1), I Special Master in Chancerywill supply of parts. Agent for the viding for the publishing of milk SUCH A a as,
State Senator Arthur Gomez offer for sal and will cell at the construction of future,
brass bands for over twenty Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. grades,
Miss Irita Bethel daughter of I for rash In hand to SMOOTH SHAVING BLADEat
who business trip to Mi\ public outcry
was on a dairies and milk and
three years and has 'organized a the highest and best bidder at the And sell them as low as $5.00 plants, providing
number of bands during that time,: fl.m: Bethel 1 of Key West, who u ami returned over the East Coast front door of the County CourtHouse down and $1.00 per week. We sanitary and health rules this 'low prlctl

the Key West Salvation Army spending a while with her brother yesterday. 'I I I in the of City Monroe of Key County West. Florida Florida,, Buy and Sell all makes of used and regulations governing dairies,:

Band will be reorganized as a II in-aw; and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I during the legal hour of sale, on Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. milk producers the distribution of! FUrMa

boys' band, so states the captain. i KcL: Wallace at Homestead, had W. L. Zimpelmann agent 1\liami.1 for'!' D.Monday 125.; the the 6th following day of August.described A. Stowers company, 515 Duval milk the handling and sale thereof 1 (''''s. B. ;ni>KR. Ma.Institution.*v

The captain points out to the I the misfortune to fall nnj fracture the Pullman Company at I land. situate lying and being in the street. apr9-tf by dairies, dairymen distributors -) I where A human you will home-like find y..r l........
business people of Key West, that I I was a visitor in Key West yesterday -'' County of Monroe. State of Florida restaurants soda fountains comfort mm* eaterlHlameal a matter -
her collarbone this week.In I toit:
looking after the air con- I of great Import: 'ce.
)! PIANO TUNING and other similar places,'
this Band will play only religious Lot Fifteen (1$) of Block Two ,
classical of which the a letter to Mr. Bethel the in- ditioned cars on the Havana Special -: (2) of Martello Towers, a subdivision > : and providing for the enforce'
and music
to the plat ( A sled fireproof bundles 1eale
formation is that the injuryis which runs between Key West,:I according Mo- and the
Salvation Army has published given thereof recorded in Plat Book PIANO TUNER Laureano ment of this ordinance, !. the heart .f the rely
arounl fifteen hundred pieces for unattended by any complica and New York. i One (1). at Page 140. In the office reno. Excellent piano for sale fixing of penalties for the Viola- 1 t -----

all brass bands, and as a character tions, Irita is improving rapidly'; the I Court of, MfinrcM the Clerk County of the.. Florida'and Circuit cheap. 10 IS Division street. I II tions thereof. !I and Every Shower Room Bath with Combination oRadl... Electric Tub

building agency this class of and will soon be able to resume B. II. Trussell. representing jun24lmoFOR I Passed by the city council on:I ('..l1ln", Fan, Slat Door for Summer
education cannot be excelled, it is activities. Armour interests arrived yef'ter-I Lot Sixteen (1C of Block Two its first reading. July 17, 1935. I I Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
l (2) of Martello Towers, a subdivision -
of Inner Con-
Mattresses Spring
stated. II j day for a visit with Marcos Mesa, according: to the plat SALE I I Passed by the city council on 1' Pr.i.lGIBAK strurtion and Individual Read

The boys as they learn to play',! A'' heron on a federal refug3 in manager of the local plant. j I One thereof(1).recorded at Page 140 In ,Plat in the Book office its second, third, and final read- ing LampLI RATES

the old hymn tunes, which are the Louisiana was hale and hearty of the Clerk of the Circuit FRIGIDAIRE. good condition, ing by title only July 18, 1935. fo.pGillrur I Slaale7H
'I .Mrs. Angela Marquez and two Court, Monroe County Florida, 1423 Catherine street.: WARREN JUNIOR __. .. .
foundation of the church will be upon reaching the age of 14 2000. LEO H. 11 Private Hath zw
daughters, Miss Candida and Miss !and HW 11_.. Private Bath :LM
the fundamentals of true The government knew its yean.1 ': (17) of Block jly8-3tx President City Council.
taught Lot Seventeen n! 4. Hm..., Private lla.h ....
I ;
Christian character and Captain an attached bird band Otilia, are in Havana enjoying a Two vacation with family and friends.! subdivision according to the TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 M REG LL. psaj I* Sample R_.. Private Balk 4-
Walker states that he is'confidentof approximate plat thereof recorded In flat I
the support of all who arc interested -I I They sailed on the Steamship'! Book One 0(1), at Page 140. In sheets, 75c. The Artman Tress City Clerk. rum SLIGHT 1CREA: IK FOR LtOCBLBOCCLTAftCT
uf the Clerk of the ;
Cuba .Wednesday. the office
Subscribe to Tne Citizen. aug7
in boys' work. I Circuit Court Monroe County : ._ _. ,
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Florida. (Signed),
Dr. J. Y. Porter and Mrs. Por- Dated July 2. 1135.WILLIAM. V. ALlieR,.. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c. WM. II. MALONE, .eeeeeeeeeeaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFOR

ter and daughter Louisa.'left yesterday Special Master in Chancery. The Artman Press. l\ug7 jlyt 9-1 t Mayor.
ITS TRUE! .By Wiley PadanIC0& for a motor trip throughthe "'. CURRY MAURIS.

CJ. southern and western stl\tel5.l Solicitor for Plaintiff.OTiru :11y5-12'11.26'aug2. ;' COUNTRY STORE'DANCE ,

,, .MI Mt oat Mrs. W. E. Huston left over > OP MASTER'S! 5LE I Tim McCoy-Jackeline Wells in I 1 .
the East Coast yesterday afternoon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
under and by virtue <>t and pursuant I- rl ; SQUARE SHOOTER I r 1 .
'J .
for' Jacksonville where she Club'e'fla6anaMadrid .. J. ( "
HAW\\ to that certain decree made Claudette Colbert-W. Williamin :. ,
.. I. '.1
1 will spend a while with relatives.Mrs. and entered on the llth day'. .4)f t ClubTeAAgbt IMITATION OF LIFE .-
STAA IN'CHt4A SFAS; I June. A. D. 1925. by the Itynorahle 1 _
v ',. Jefferson U. Browne. Judgeof, the Matinees Balcony lOc Orchestra .. .. .
STUDttS KN&t.. PIANO R. II. Russell and son who Circuit Court of the Twentieth 10 Till 2 ; .' ., I
AND VOICE tXMLY, Judicial Circuit of :Monroe .County.Florida 15-20c; Nights 15-ZSc .1 .4Ioa
VUEN NOT IN PICTUU?. wer>< spending several weeks with I In Chancery in that certain Bob's-'" Orchestra. Adm. 60c
relatives and friends, were outgoing cause therein pending wherein 1
MANIA FOR Y '; rN.G.aa.rBwr., passengers over the East George:; ,V. Adams is complainant,
and Henry IL Ketcham and Mrs. i
Coast yesterday for their home( in Ketcbam. his wife if married Friday and SaturdayFANCY :

Islamorada. i: and if dead their unknowa heirs, WESTERN BRANDED Fix Up
: devisees grantee. or other I!:. and all persons having or BEEF l
Mrs. Tamar Johnson who was claiming an interest In and to the r
4R7 l
visiting with her brother and sis. land hereinafter described are defendants I (American and Cuban Cuts) : Your Car 1Rt. 'Ili apC 1aI'1' 11 >
rzyq i the undersigned Special CHUCK ROAST Center Cuf
; : >: !. : I
Sri r ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Master In Chancery appointed bysaid
rr Skelton and other members of the decree will offer for sale knd I Rib Roast Chuck Steak We will put your CAR
I sell at public outcry to the highest i Fancy Milk Fed Veal 1
family, left yesterday afternoon I bidder for .cash before the front I : in first class shape. Expert -
)for the home in Miami. ,door of the County Court House. In Genuine Spring Lamb
:: Monroe County. Florida on Monday Armour Star Ham (By halvesor i work on motor, body,
I. August 5th A. D. 1535 (same
II Mrs. May Launders and daughters bring a rule day of said court anda whole) fenders and top. Every-
legal sales day) during the legal FRYERS make
Misses Janice. Lorraine and thing to your car
; i :. hour of sale, to-wit. between 11
l y Doris, left on the Steamship Cuba o'clock In the forenoon and 2 o'clockin YOUNG HENS (Fat and Juicy) LOOK LIKE NEW
visit the afternoon of said day. the
yesterday afternoon for a
following described property to!
with relatives and friends in: satisfy said decree by payment of! WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY Come in for an estimate J
Tampa. the amounts therein specified: MORNINGS j i ? ;
I On the Island of Key West .... 1
1111N Colonial Service Station 1
being Lot Twelve (lZ). Square
Captain Jeff Donahue, chief of One (1). Tract Eighteen (11). Bermuda Meat Market
according to plat recorded In i Clarence Crusoe, Prop. .
.... .,
the Immigration service border Plat Book 1, Page t%. of Monroe Phone 861-W Quick Service ->-t.- .' ;
patrol who was here on a short County. Florida Records. PHONE 397OSTEAMSHIP .
'CHIN A S FAS; RAYMOND R. LORD. Whit. at Street I r-w-
( visit with the local unit, left over: Special Master in Chancery-. i _
the highway this morning for Mi,, ALLAN B. CLEARS JR., I
Solicitor:! for Complainant .
ami. 1 Jly.-U-U-5: augj
} ae f+ WALLACE : ..Furnished' two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
tru.Aef &atY MTS Helen Poole of Chicago ::1 Co.
: T1 T Jl BEEtJli HAS A charged in her divorce suit that I ANNOUNCEMENT: street. Iii exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

0 ON M SCKECN WEI\1CI1IE\ a U 'mAN' Ir her husband beat her whenevershe & of the sea and overlooking Coral Park
herself in the WHITE WAY\ CAFE
TIMS IN AiMOiT VilICllIli/ fRiQU1tffi1 forgot presenceof ) For price and terms apply to
__I nyc YfA0.S / SING( fo* HIS fWHKI' friends and disclosed that she
Effective March 18th, 193S
Now Operated By
of cfcetk. Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, ,
IT'S TRUE! that Clark Gable was accorded the honor MRS. SALLY I. GLISSON 12:20 P. DLLeave -
I The Citizen Office
'being nominated one of the twelve outstanding Americans in 666 6 6 6 MALARIA I Havana fqr Key West Thursdays and Mondays.:

'a new Who's Who of Americans Under Forty," says includes artist ia 3 day Regular Meals Hot Souse days,630P.M.Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and or

Wiley Padan. "Also IT'S TRUE I that the list Sandwiches Bar In ConnectionALL
'Charles A. Lindbergh. Robert M. LaFollette U. S. Senator.* COLDS Ticket, Ra.erratioB. sad lafomatiea at Ticket Office e 1100-1 Residence 1309 Whit.h..d.F ;tt'

'and well-known men in judicial L and financial wprlastuaDie Lipil -T"1eta' lint HOME COOKEDMEALS I Deck. 'P"o. 71J.
the list." Salv-NMC Dnp. H. COST I R. AceaL
Is the only actor in TONICS LAXATIVE ...........................................," '