The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 20, 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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Conference( Committee Will Be Kept COOKING CLASSIS I PASSENGERS ON STEAMER GRANADA New Deal Activities Divide Nation


Busy ,As Well As House And Senate' ".FINE PROGRESS I I'I ,I Into Numerous Economic Districts

More than two score members The ,
'I I]I passengers were greeted by
of the cruising aboard theS. -- .
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S. Granada
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Man Important Matters ROTARY GOVERNOR I public relations with the Admin-:'] '
..f: STUDENTS ARE NOW SHOWN and Steamship Company iteration ]I FRANK LOPEZ MOSQUITO PEST Recently Enacted Legislation -
To! Get Attention Of i! HEARD IN ADDRESS!,'I TO BE ATTENDING SESSIONS I in yesterday Key West evening and saw stopped this Island over I I chairman of the transportation' I II SUICIDES ON GIVEN ATTENTION I' Brings Numerous

City participating in sightseeing committee of the Key West lion-
Organization Before Adjournment I REGULARLY; SPON. trips and enjoying the entertain- I I pitality League, J. Gerry Curtis,'
AT HIGHSCHOOL I Changes In Administration
SORED BY FERA I ment program,, which had been art works director of the Administration -''! BOARD OZARK BY LOCAL FORCE -

I t ranged. I and Charles Taylor, manager,;; I Of AffairsBy
cI..1 The Cuban rhumba band of the I of the dock company. I II i f ---- I
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MEMBERS OF LOCAL ORGANIZATION I- recreation department of the Key I Folowing a tour of the city!:[ TOOK OUT ; .
Student, in the cooking I AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP
B,. HERBERT PLUMMER West Administration was at the ;which included the aquarium, the, I I IN
-) (Dy Antedated Press) I ASSEMBLED LAST I I: being conducted by the social Porter Dock Company to play for''lighthouse grounds, Raul's, Pena.s! PAPERS IN KEY EFFORTS BEING MADE TO WILLIAM S. WHITE

( WASHINGTON ,July 20..-The EVENING TO HEAR ALFRED the visitors as they stepped down r Garden of Roses, and other points I I e Hr AsMtrliited Press
) service department of the Key, WEST RECENTLY; COMMIT WASHINGTON July 20.-Th.
!j!! the gangplank for an eight-hour ,of interest the visitors gathered I ,I I PESTS IN ALL'
two regular branches of congress MARSHALL 'i stopover in Key West while the at the Habana-Madrid Club where 0
West Administration have an' TED ACT YESTIRDAY: I SECTIONS OF CITY I adminittration'c regional bureau
-the house of representatives, I II I I Granada took on fuel. a special floor show had been arranged -
I added incentive new for attend-l: The irrtmense tarpon recently and was presented by I II I j i already have divided the country

and senate-will L. on the job as ; Members of the local Rotary I caught by Representative B. C. George MUls White.
classes Frank Lopez, fireman of the I II I I into
inc regularly and doing I I The pest mosquito is being corn- dozen of economic unit,
0 Papy, created great interest} Arriving shortly after 7 o'clock
venal but it looks as if the "third Hub _assembfcd in the auditoriumof i 1 1I Steamship Ozark committed suicide batted
the best possible work. I among the passengers, as it was the group left 'Just before midnight I in many different ways by 11 and a possible decentralization of

.0._" will .bo the one to "watch Key West High School last f the first sign of big sea life which| to continue the trip to I' yesterday morning while" the : the sanitary department of the ,

The Key West Gas Company at greeted the passengers as they Mexico.: ship was: "enronte from New Orleans Key West Administration but if i two more important agencies ia

from now until adjournment isf'I nil'U'and heard an entertaining the end of the instruction period,' stepped from the ship to the( Cruising parties are increasing'; to Key West. He placed an I the campaign is to be successful beingconsidered..

bad on capitol hilL I and instructvie address by Alfred is giving the Model- Chef t dock. The fish was hoisted on a with each sailing of the fruit I Icompany's automatic pistol to his head and Key Western themselves must
away exert -
davit on the dock displaying to steamers out of Philadelphia -' I Official of the coil erosion

The third house," so named1 Marshall governor of the Thirty- stove being used, by,,the class .at,perfect, a4vantage his length of 6,' and many of the passen-, fired the fatal shot. I I every effort to eliminate poolsor ,

\ ninth Rotary District. the high school, )[rs.,Nina Ryder feet three inches and unusual,''gers' are becoming interested in The tragedy"was discovered, small receptacles in which water -: service, which i* preparing for

by Senator Norris of Nebraska, Mr. Marshall outlined the ac- Johnson director of social service -' girth. I Key West. 8:15 o'clock yeterda"7: morning] can stand.A. greatly enlarged activity under arecent

its implacable foe, is the and Captain K M.Dow, of the I C. Tanner,
conference tviities for the ensuing and announced today.. The re-i --- -- 'II - -- -- -- sanitary engineer '
year $25,000,000 all.tmeat
eomprtittee. In many respects -,, particularly stressed the branchof cipient will be chosen from those,!I I Ozark, sent a radiogram to C. E.I yesterday outlinsed: several ways in t oft

activities pertaining to boys who have attended at least 80 I; OFFICERS HUNT "BONUS BILL"MAKES Smith general agent of the lines I which the administration hopes to I work-relief money, aro giving

it is more influential than and their future. Many phases of per cent of the classes. Her work![ at Key West, requesting that the I eliminate the mosquito and some pointed thought to feasibility, of.

either house of congress. the life in which boys play a also will be taken into considera-}i CERTAIN AUTOCLAIMED ESCAPECOUNTY coroner be notified and arrangements of tLese are interesting methods "breaking. down" an administrative .

A't prominent part were outlined forhis tion in selecting the winner of the I be made for an inquest. employing the natural process of
"third house"nas
present. -- -- .hearers<<:. _who, ,,ct,the conclusion., I rlze. This was done and Justice of the "survival of the fittest." machine they believe might
squareiy on us lap the fate 01 f uj. me ui< Peace O. Roberts, cor6- The "
lone of the most enlightening and This group meets at the high J "mosquito fish, or Gam- otherwise become, uawi ldlr.
one of the most controversial MANNER AUTHORITIES ner ex-officio, with Chief Deputy busia Affinis, is distributed
instructive they had ever heard. school each morning from 11 a. MOST RECKLESS SOUGHT BY being

pieces of legislation ever pro- At the close of the meeting; agroup m. to noon, except Saturdays and .:I Sheriff Bernard Waite met the without cost to persons wantingthe The agricultural adjustment ad-
posed-the utility holding company I of, Rotarians, with the governor Sundays. Since the class was J JI I chip on arrival. With a coroner's 1 fish fx>r use in cisterns. The' ministration, in some respectsthe
repaired to the Hahana- started in June, attendance has I jury consisting of Frank Car-
bill. No less an authority ,Madrid Club for an enchi'ado' been increasing and the projectis I I I I W. II. Perkins, "Bonus Bill," Lonell. Charles Curtis!, Armando fish consumes the larvae or pupaeof biggest of the Roosevelt organizations

than "Cactus Jack" Garner bas'!: which had been specially preparedfor proving more and more popular),' For the past three days Chief, prisoner serving a six-months sentence Machin Charles F. Manuel K. R. the the pest mosquito before, it doing reaches away with also: may be reorganized -

the visiting officiaL with local_women. 0 Deputy Bernard Waite, Deputy],[ for embezzlement in the Albury. Jr., and Melville M. Rus- ma i
j turity.
aid privately, in his opinion itj I The Rotarians arrived in timeto A class for colored persons r'I l Ray Elwood and others of the, tie 11. Another method into_ .a regional setup,
I county jail made himself scarce, which is to be I "
may be the dominant issue in the enjoy the floor show and otherentertainment held each afternoon from 4 to 5 sheriff's forces have been on the I After the bod/ was examinedit put into effect in the future based
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which was staged j i o'clock 'I this morning and is now being; was taken to the Lopez Funeral near I II upon some crops areas.
except Saturdays and
1936 I i lookout for automobile with ( is utilizing the red robin which
presidential 1
campaign. an
for the touring passengers who arrived -' Sundays. The Key West Administration I''I ought by'officers.rerkins j Home where a short session of the habitates the Keys of Florida and I I Careful studies; as to how such a
The conference committee'.!' on the Steamship: Granadaen is providing the latest tag number 34-461 which has been I,, wag out working: witljl jury was held and a recess order I I I

reason for existence is that the route to Frontera, Mexico. i edition of the "Fannie Farmer'I named in a warrant issued on information ,I the prison guard and had evidently -i ed until 10 o'clock this consumes per day. some This 2.000 mosquitoes has been I I I plan could be effected already
i Members of the party ,of Rotarians himself for At that hour the mOr:1ing'j I many
Cook Book" for this-class. At the]] filed by C. Sam B. Curry -' prepared hisj jury '
houses of frequently found in the stomachs of the have been made by the
congrsse pass t 0 were: Mr. Marshall. Mayor\ 1 end of the escape because when" he was found: returned a verdict that the deceased program
project book will]]I ,
clerk of criminal court. i. Ii IiI I j Small houses are to be birdll.j'
bills on the same subject but, Wm< H. Malone. Dr. Wm. R. Warreh'DYrW. be given of the..jctpdents. I. missing his prison striped pants: came to his death from ai I planning division i but spokesmen
wh"ic"vafy;i / iis 'd'eUiL:: -Such was: .* P. Kemp: Stephen the recipient to;be selected 1 Mr.-Carry-charge* that e.carl" were discovered har Bill, was-net bullet and in .the head ilieh!t i various points on the island !
on j i tract the birds here and 'I
the case with holding, company Douglass. Melvin E. Russell.! Ever- I the some basis as for the Model was being recklessly driven and In' them, and it is not supposed was self inmc d. I I is then it' emphasize the whote question is
hoped they will do with
legislation.Deliberates. ett Russell. J. Gerry Curtis W. L. Chef stove. .ith such utter disregard of the i I I that he made his get away in ] Agent Smith is trying; to get in I I, mrny of the pests. away one for the future.A.AA .

Bates. Charles Tarlorand: George A third cooking class is conducted rafety of others as to endanger!,, regular custom shorts. touch with the family of the deceased -I I! The third natural method being
SecretlyThe t Muller. Mr. Muller was a passenger I The escaped prisoner was: tried and find out what disposition Has Few DivisionsAlthough
II by: the social service which his life, that of his wife and of ,' i pursued which is still in an experimental .
I conference committee must on the Granada and on learning meei. j at the last term of criminal court i is to be made of the body.
also the AAA has
at the hundreds
I DougIassSchoolas two chidren.! stage' is through the utilization I
determine which bill is to be he was a Rotarian the local ]Ion a charge of selling cots and Fr-nk Lopez or Francisco,
I does the colored class in the of employes scattered about
_ adopted or draft a compromisecontaining group invited him to join the afternoon. Colored relief clientsare The search thus far has failed j mattrerses, property of the Florida as he was familiarly called in Key found of a .>Pstiforou on Bamboo plant pare'rite. Key. the country following many varying -
parts of each. The decision -' party. to locate the Chief Emergency Relief Administration \West 53 old and '
I auto Deputy was years an .
pursuits with
being 0 !
taught cooking, and ] ,slightly more than CO miles from connecti9n
of the conferees then isi, Waite told The Citizen and he had'!. lie entered a plea of guilty I American citizen. His papers I
during the next tourist season I Key West. Mr. Tanner and members -!! crop control, it now baa only one
submitted to each house for acceptance anti sentenced to serve six showed he had t admitted ;
I was >een to
'f ARRANGING FOR i i they will .be available as cooks. insructed deputies at No Name] I of his staff a few weeks ago; i! permanently established regional
or rejection in toto. Itcan't months hard labor, sentence to full citizenship on June 24. 1935.
,: They are being instructed, general and Matecumbe Keys to keep al 1! ., spent a day on the key investigat-! aetup-and; that is a small one'
arrest ,
be modified. i date from the day of his He had 1-een inmate of the
I work around the home, personal strict watch for the number and ;;n nig the plant life there and found'!: comprising: representatives who
This is the secret of the conference's -I STAMP EXHIBIT Marine hospital in this city twice
j I hygiene cooking and! serv arrest the driver if found.YUGOSLAVS' I Ir the parasite which the agricultur-' are combination publicity! men,
In the closing -- I j jI and had formed a number pf acquaintances. -
power. I I'
ing. I TOFIGHIFIREIN al extension service of the Univer- j and "trouble-shoot-
days of a session when every one Mrs. Minnie\ Robinson is head I There and a large city of Florida calls "one of the i j ers," in five headquarters. The

is eager to get through, compromise -I The president of the Philatelic: ',I instructor for the classes, and] UNITY] group of friends are dumbfounded I dodder" closely' allied to dodder, I I sixth area, that embracing the
from the "third EVERGLADESGOVERNOR to learn of his self destruction.ENLISTMENTS .
reports I and! Numismatic Society of Key I Mrs. Susan Sho rda teaches the I r Cuacuta! Indecora. Atlantic southeast, is served di-
house, which ordinarily might be l West. Commodore von Mietk- class for white persons. Mary IS GIVEN IMPETUS I ( I The plant hasten found on a l'I I rectly from Washington.
rejected, are approved and beCome Lhat Moreno I few other Meanwhile
LJuba II. D. W., announces teaches the colorvd ) IN keys, and wherever many other gov-

law. I r today the Press Department of tl.c classes. SHOLTZ TO PURCHASE I found there is an absence of mos i ernment agencies, following tomeI --
Whether this will be true in the society has comm..r' ed its nab- r quitoes. The parasite has been I what the same plan used 21 years

case of the holding company bill licity campaign for the December: : CAUSED BY HAPSBURG RESTORATION PLANE TO BE USEDIN j CCC CORPS OPEN:' set out II,ere Ie r experimental purposes -I ago in splitting the. United States

remains to be seen. There have' Exposition. M. CASTILLO IN AUSTRI. OPERATIONS I' and members of the State I I IPlent into federal reserve districts, have

been suggestions that lines on Announcements and advertising Board have taken over per-j been quick to separate the country -

both sides of the question are I matter will in national and AN TERRITORYBY renal supervision and of its into sections with
appear DIED FRIDAY cnT ,_I.t. Press) !FftTNH 1 JjrfiRANS} WilOl study regional
drawn so tightly the bill may get I international stamp magazines; and ; ; : I I i I PALM BEACH Fla, July 20.- development. I I forces to handle the work as

no further than the conference{ also in magazine t that cater7 to' : Promised an autogiro and backed I AGREE TO CONTRIBUTE TO I While these natural method {{ close as possible to its source.

stages. I the demands of antique ( : WADE WERNER I: by a state law-full of sharp teeth, r .FERA DIPENDENTSVeteranKtwhv are to be utilized in stamping n-if' j Here are some of the more im1 -
Certainly no one on the"'ouUitle I I hobby enthusiasts, aid 'flIectors'l FUNERAL, "'SERVICES ARE TO (Hy Awutelaled Pr.... I Guy J. Bender of Belle Glade is I] the mosquito on the island of Key 1 portant departments and administrations -

ever will know the details of the I Sixteen entries have BE HELD HERE THIS VIENNA, July 20.-Just the mapping out a campaign for combating a I! r :urvr--" West. Mr.\ Tanner emphasized !I so formed, none of

fight over the "death sentence"section I I I been received for the displays! : rumors of a Hapsbnrg restoration j j'in \I fires in the Everglades that citizens should do everything i I which, however, uses federal reserve -

... of the bill in the "third I which will be outstaiUin> in the 0 AFTCRNOONMiguel Austria are doing a lot toward j Drainage district ,i! agreesio make a in their po"er to eliminate the boundaries:

's 'Vhouse," however interesting it i world of stamps and coin) and: rebuilding. national unity in Yugo. I 0r The plane which Governor monthly allotment of their salaries' pest. Mot of the mosquitoes annoying Present Districts

may be. The "third house" de- which are expected to draw many ( I davis according to information!] Sholtz will Buy soon. will be used to dependents on relief rolls are I persons here now he sad.; J The farm credit administra-
for enlistment in the
berates in absolute secrecy and visitors to Key West. Castillo Sr., 75. died. from Belgrade reaching foreign' for patrolling the muck area dur-I now eligible Mrs. are domestic ones: breeding probe i tion, passing on thousands of
Civilian Conservation ,
'ft proceedings*.. go unrecorded. Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- 5:10: o'clockesterd7. afternoonin I legations here. \ ing dry periods to locate fires inl Nina Corps director of I r ably in the persons own back loans to agriculturists, follows

t Byrn. Holds To Tradition Liuba is the General Publciity Director his residence, 1207 Simonton I Military circles in Yugoslavia;!I I their inception. If possible, the rocial Ryder service Johnson frith the Key West]::1 yard or no snore than a half mile\ substantially the geographic divi-

Since Jack Garner has been of the exposition commit street. Funeral services are to beheld are said to be takfng seriously autogiro will be set down and the I announced this away. j 1 sion made in 1916 by the old

Vice President and presiding officer tees. this afternoon 5:30 o'clock rumors of an Auftro-Italian agree-!I crew will attempt to extinguish morning.It Adminisjrstictn. i Meanwhile\ the sanitary: ,depart-J i federal farm loan board. As a

of the senate, the "third, from the residence. ment whereby Otto of Hapsburg the blaze with a portable pump,I, is that all depend- I ment is going ahead with its pro- 'I! protective measure, regional areas

house" has taken on added significance FERRY BRINGS Lopez Funeral Home is in would be put on the throne here, j jrith I' carried in the plane. If this is not ents whom necessary the applying veteran ,: gram of artificial mosquito elim. have been carved out along such
II ination.
in the legislative scheme charge of arrangements.Mr. concentrations of Italian practicable the nearest county fire lirts thore to receive his allotments digging. sprayingwith lines that the government believes
Castillo was born in Spain, troops along the Austrian border as larvaetide and oils. filling in
of things. Conferees for each '(I Warden will be notified so he may the relief rolls and i no natural calamity such as
FREIGHT HERE May 10, 1860. He went to Cuba emphasizing the attitude of Mussolini are on low places and filling in abandon-,
house! are named by the vice !hurry to the spot. have been certified as relief j drought or flood is likely ever to
and came to Key West in 1883. toward the restoration move ed cisterns are some of the methods -i
president and speaker j I j waste all Tn any one
respec-I r clients it was pointed out. being pursued. I i,1a7 crops
Three years afterward he was Convinced that only swift mobilization i
tively. t i Veterans wanting to enroll in i division.
married to Julia Valdez. and a show of determination LOCAL GROUP i
After the f The housing administration
the CCC should write the Veteran 1
Ferry Palma. of the Florida 1I'
four-billion-dollal'I Survivors are his widow, Julia by Yugoslaria could nip such 0
work relief bill I t r Administration, Bay Pines, Fla.. SPECIAL SERVICE I which drew iU lines through the
East Coast Car Ferry company, Castillo four Miguel Jr., a restoration in the bad, military'
conferees hostile to the ; sons (country on the basis of activity
arrived GOES ON TRIP for application forms. When the I
from Havana
yesterday '
mt'as-I Ernesto Horacio and Octavio Castillo leaders in Belgrade are reportedto
ure, Garner served notice tI expected and apparent need for
with of I form has been filled in, the veteran !
one car drums 124 racks
three daughters. Louisa Castillo backing the new Stoyadino-
the future, regardless! of seniority I of mail,'balJ1age; and nine miscellaneous ; Alfonso. Ana Rosa Castillo vitch government's program of should take it to the social ; dwelling-rehabilitation in the1 various

which usually governs the choice' cars.Steamship. I and Julia Fernandez Castillo. national unity through reconcilia-: !I Mr. and Mrs. 'Bruce Dobyns' service department of the Florida I section
I HOLC Based On Applications
of members of the "third house, ERA here.Colored.
Granada, of the Eight grandchildren and two tion II I left the highway this
over morn- [ The federal deposit insurance
he would t I The i I
appoint a majority Standard Fruit and Steamship veterans now on relief Fleming Street Methodist j
They that the sudden for vacation in New-
great-grandchildren. reason fog trip
i a :: which''
known to favor the pending company arrived 7:10 o'clock last I cities rolls may aba make application, Church will honor one of its old- : corporation considered
mobilization j
of drawn
an army port News and other of Vir-
1 i
I chiefly the number of banks in
measure. [ following the same procedure as est couples at the Sunday evening a
evening from '
Philadelphia. berthed
't from Serb, Croat, Slovene- and t ginia. They expect to be away!
He did that very thing in the[at the Porter Dock company's main Montenegrin elements would be from the city about threeThej weeks. 0 outlined above, it I is stated. service, the occasion being the' given section and the accessibility l
of its cities.
selection of conferees on the:0 pier, took on fuel oil and sailed HABANA-MADR1D CLUB worthless as a gesture of Yugoslav accompanied on the 66th wedding anniversary of Mr.

holding company bill. All except:: this morning: 12:30 o'clock for ,I determination if accompanied' by trip by Mrs.were Dobyns parents, Mr.I MELODY HOUR ON and Mrs. William IL Kemp. j'j The borne owners' loan cor
: A this service.poration, which started with no
one of the five are known to favor Frontera. Mexico. TONIGHT manifestations. of Croat discon- and Mrs. R. Beacham Curry. who special feature of
the |' will be the of number of! regional offices and soon decided
administration' attitude on: Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde- singing a
J tent. while in
will short
the "death sentence" section of i Mallory Line. arrived in port DANCE'I So, according to these! advices ami.visit for a lli-1) THURSDAY NIGHT the old familiar Hymns of *nej j] that plan wouldn't do, chose its

the measure. !| 7:30 o'clock from New Orleans, from Belgrade the Yugoslav Church. A gift will be presented i regional headquarters on the
The | gen- to the celebrating their I basis of the number of
seniority tradition in the'and sailed 10 o'clock for Miami eral) staff and General Pera ZivkoI'riclaone.e couple application -
house 1 is more firmly established. and Jacksonville. For Members and Guests the mainstay of King. HEAR CULPEPPERTHE 66th wedding anniversary and also j for bass received-after
The eighth Key West Melody to the couple present that has : tabulating some 500,000 of them.
Speaker Byrns adhered to it in,his Tanker Nevada, of the Texas Alexander's and -on-
selection of conferees on the (Oil was scheduled to Music'by Habana-Madrid dictatorship now BIGGEST FOOLIN Hour under- the direction of Commodore been married the shortest length i Incidentally.. the old federal
company minister of war-are trying to t
Orchestra TOWN" Matho Friderictts Ton of time. I reserve districts created in 1914
holding bill 1
company despite the arrive in port this afternoon with build a regime which could count
fact the majority i is a group unfavorable -, 20.000 barrels of fuel oil for the SCRIPT $1.00 en voluntary cooperation in time ___| th_ Mietk-Liuba, II. D. W., win be The public is extended a cordial |I after long hearings, have remained
to the FIRST METHODIST presented next Thursday night. invitation. The pastor will use MI about as they were outlined at:
administration'spower tanks at the Porter Dock com- .f from the hitherto CHURCHI j
plans.' pany. discontented emergency I I Sunday Ni, j I Several classical numbers will his sermon theme: "What u Your I I the start. only a few slight alters-
groups. be features of the I tions
1- program. Age! 1 having been made.


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SOME SUPERSTITIONS 1 e.eeeee..e.e. ....... b shop of the Evangelical Church.
head, ton at Reading,
|C-j TODAY'S W'EA TREK ])1 Pa,. Died in Philadelphia. Nov
Published Dally Except Sunday By Among the'hundreds of superstitious DAYS GONE BY : I 24. 1934.
beliefs still held'by otherwise intelligent
I_ p. ARTBf Presides ........ !
Her. Jait
JOK-ALUW. AuUtBl Baalae.a .acn' people may be- named the following Happeamft 10 Years Temperature. t while the barometer decreases eeeeeeeesseeeee
From The Citizen Bntldtnc Ago Today A. Taken From .Highest ...m.... .....__......_--...__..89 thence southward over Central 1104-Frances : elrarch. Italian 1873-Alberto IHntos-Domont
Corner Greens and Ana Streets I compiled by a recent writer. The File. Of The Citizen Lowest .-.. .-.-....- ...-.. -.---__...-__.80 America. poet md humanist born. Died i I i i Brazilian aeronaut, born. Died
It is bad luck to spill salt or break a I Mean .._._-.._-_..........--..-....-..-84 I. Precipitation was general dur: July 18. 1374. !Jrly| 2-1. 1932.
Only Dal* NswTj .r In Key Went and Monroe mirror. Putting on a garment backwardsor The engineers who are asjociates Normal Mean __...-..... .. -.......-84 ': ing the last 24 hours throughout; :!
the the 1830-Fanny Janauxchek not- .
County.Entered region east of Mississippi
wrong side out by mistake brings good of the Harland-Bartholemew Rainfall''Yesterday's !. Kiver except the Virgmas, North' ed actress! born in Bohemia. Diedin .! KEY WESTCOLONIAL
at Key West. Florida as second class matter organization of St. Louis,.arrivedin
Precipitation T. Ins. New York. Nov 28, 1904.1838Augustin i!
luck. Fish is a brain food. Handling a toad Carolina and eastern : HOTEL
nrrr-sixTH TEAR' Key West! yesterday for planning JMormal. Precipitation _..- .09 Ins. Kentudy'I'Detroit
will cause warts. Only the good die young. in connection with the development : Thin rer.rd men S-l-h.-r "' reported & ). Daly famed
ftfemfcer .elated Press 2.42 inches. In the Center of the Business
.f fk As-
IV! is unlucky to light t three cigarettes with of Bip Pine Key Cud- : at 1'e.ek Ski..r.l.g. New York dramatist and produe-
The. Associated Press is exclusively" entitled to use joe Summcrland Key, and ,other Tomorrow'. Almaaae, t Temperatures have not changed er, born at Plymouth N. C. Died I and Theater District
fur republication of all news dispatches credited to one match. Friday and the 13th of the inlands which W. F. Burns andhn I Stan rises .m'''' h... 5:49 a. m. : much since yesterday morning,j abroad, Jane 7, 1899.1814Marquis .
It or not.otherwise.credited la. this paper and Also month are unlucky especially if they hap- associates of Nev York are figuring I Sunsets -.-. ... -.......... 7:17 p. m.1 and are still' above normal over I! ., First ClassFinpro.fSetsibl. -
the local news published here.NATIONAL pen to fall 'on the same day. To pick up a on. The party members are M.on, rises .,..........m.ll:13 p. m. the Great Lakes region and upper of Queensberry Rates
1CD. Hudson contracting engineer I Moon sets _.._............11:31 a. m.J' Mississippi Valley. ; erratic English: nobleman, part
.EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) pin means good luck. Crops should be and L. D. TiHton landscape 'Lest quarter, 22nd .... 2.42 p. m. S. M. GOLDSMITH. I I. author of the boxing rules bearinghis COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEICarafe
) according to the Temporarily in Charge name, born. Died Jan. 31.
dI e..tbr t 19-s s planted moon. Knocking artist, and otherswho ar* assign, Tomorrow',Tides I I 1900. I ElevatorPopaUr
.' wood averts a' penalty for boasting of for- ed to different phases-of the work. A.M. P.M.J: ........................,I ___

srBscniPTios RATE mer good luck. The Burns organization contemplates High .....___...... 1:25 .1:50! In j i| 1851-Sylvanu*. C. Breyfogel I Prices I
-tit... vast! improvements at the ..... ........... 7:38 7.35''! Today History
One Tear The list of such superstitions and be- Low. ,I _______ _____ .
Six Months .iet pieces lined! above and it is underftood ,Bar.meter.8 a. m. today. : .......................:1I' --- ------ ---- -
Three Months' _ _ _ .150 liefs Is almost endless. And it is not only that activities will begin atOnce. Sea level 30.10.WEAIIIR I IE I
.1i : 1577-Gospel said to have been 1
One Month A vast amount of money is
the who act such beliefs. ,
Weekly ... ..20ADVEKTISIMO ignorant upon to be expended, it is said. first; proclaimed on this continentin ;
Most those who have FORECAST 1
people, including New oundland.-
RATES i We will be pleated to have you consult us about
Made known on application. achieved greatness, have their pet super- I -. I II
Mr\ Maude Whittaker will be! Till 8 Sunday) : 1877 Railway strikes how
<< ( p. m. in Eat- you can
stitions. To mention only few: II '
hostess to the Landies' Aid Society I Key West! and Vicinity: Partly riot in Baltimore.
card. of thanks, resolutions of
President Lincoln was superstitiousabout of Memorial Church thin local
Ley cloudy tonight nad Sunday;
rtspect; obituary notices, eta, will be charged fOr at I
dreamy. President Cleveland always afternoon at her home 1311 Va-r I' 1917 First raft numbers
the rate of 10 cents a line. -
Notices for entertainments br churches: from which carried a horse chestnut in! his pocKet for rela member street It is expected that all mat drawn in Washington. I Build Buy or
; wilt be present as mat-1 ,
a. revenue Is to tie derived are.B cents a line. .
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus lack. Mussolini consults astrologers. Bill lers pertaining to the social to be. i I 1923-Gen. Pancho Villa of
sloe of public ,..... and subjects of local or central Tilden of, tennis fame carries a fourleaf given Wednesday evening at the Mexico aSM linated. i Refinance Your Home
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications home of Mrs John Park, 821
clover. Poll Negri thinks! her screen I
Georgia street will be discnssed.! 1927-Communist revolts! in
was damaged by a black cat crossing her Dutch East' Indie! and Java trashed -'
Planning to enlarge your'business and path. Chalaipin famed opera star always I I or repair or modernize any type of
There are now a number of new '
doing it' are two different matters.In puts on hi left shoe first.. Sarah:Barnhardt buildings being constructed in different 1934-Scores' shot when police I 1 building on insured credit:

would not let any of her company wear parts! of the city mot: of I fired :on striking! truck drivers in ',.
these in the vicinity of South 1 Partly Ciondy, Thnnderthe-wers Minneapolis.
England. imagine of
:we an ounce yellow. Napoleon feared cats.and maneuvered
Beach. They will all be J'PsH I
women's clothing costs about a pound. his armies according! : :J the1' stars: dences. The bungalow type of: thundershowers Sunday after- BENJAMIN ,LOPEZ The First National Bank of Key .West
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noon; gentle to moderate e&!'t'and
Stanley Baldwin carries alralihit's foot. construction Is being followed inmost I southeast winds.
instances and indications
Who can remember the time when an And many hotels and office buildings omit that they will be beautiful homes.i Florida: Generally fair tonight Serving, Key, West Approved Mortgage Under the
education was-an asset* in.making.'a, liv- the number 13 in numbering their floors, Many other improvements in the and Sunday except local thundershowers Half Ceat-ry

ing? in deference to superstitious guests and made.way of gardens are also being, Jacksonville Sunday to afternoon.Florida Straits 24 Hoar Licensed Ambulance Embaoner Service: FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

tenants. and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate Phone
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Night 696-YV
An exchange tells of a new-born baby A small minority of persons are hard- east or southeast winds and I 1 J
(At a !special meeting of the partly overcast weather tongiht .
call all these -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -
that weighed 23 pounds-on the iceman'sscales. boiled enough to superstitionsthe chamber of commerce this after-. tartly overcast weather tonight', -- --

bunk and defy them accordingly. How noon the haroor development including eors. i i I
about ? Would walk under an industrial area as
yourself you a
recommended by Captain Clark, WEATHER CONDITIONS II I fJoodu'inhtedIACCEPTING
Advertisers know that- their message ladder or open an umbrella indoors? D. Fleams!, was discussed and explained -
Is worth more. when printed' in a good by W. D. Hudson,' transportation !II Pressure remains!! above normal ,I
expert of the Harland- over'the eastern half of the country -
newspaper. Bartholemexv: organization. A I with the crest over South IMITATIONS.
large number of interested citi- Carolina Columbia, 30.26 inches I
The people of the United States are attended the meeting. To get the ordinal Davis 100% Pare Paint
Many\ people wearthemselves out zens Besure to' .
; shown when they come asking for i MADE IN BALTIMORE.Davis 1'OQlrflalr
trying to persuade other people to hail somewhat accustomed to the assertions of jobs. I look for 100% Pure Paint has often;feeeni L3

absent virtues. men in public office and to some extent :Members of the. local national' i this.Label imitate bat never duplicated.
have a habit of discounting charges made guard organization have installeda I T. Jenkins Curry appeared on 1 Davis 10% Pars Paint conforau* with
piano at the armory for the en-! the streets of Key West today with I an pare paint Lairs and is the only paint G:
The average individual can tell you 'by men whose pet projects have been de- tertainment of the members of I the first Chrysler sold in his that carries a (vanate* of parity. ti 3

many things to show that he is not an feated. the company. An orchestra has The car is a six cylinder f ive!cit"i! I @ok lor this Guarantee the Label-
hard- Leen organized and Will McKillip penper auto and was _
The above paragraph however
individual. II
average has been selected as leader. I f rom..Milton Peacock, who has secured 1/t th r Punt M ->f lTHEEHMYlSCa -+...r..da..aa
,ly passes the recent allegation of Representative the agency. Dr. Harry C.!I j jI i Aa ....' d -w ..a. ay -w s.lo..a ia rMwd outs.. ah,

One of {the reasons why the American Wright Patman, of Texas wno made The Overseas company, acting Galey has also placed an order'for l I BALTIMOREMn .
league the Nationals in the Ail- serious- charge against some members of as agents for Horace W. Wick- ore of the cars and other citizens J I
won over the G. C. ROBERTS' Corner Caroline and William Streets I
ham of Torch Key, closed tranS-. are beginning to fall in with
Star gam.e was that they played Harder. the American Legion in a recent address.Mr. action for'the sale of the 126.31 idea of owning one of these unto-I I -
Patman mentioned "sworn testimony" acres on the key today. The purchaser date automobiles.Of .

Florida might well and that $74,000 was carried to the is Richard Brown of Miami .
as busy
who acted as agent in the much social interest throughout I ,, 1111"1
find out how to spend its share of the work Chicago Convention "and was used to buy transaction: for a syndicate of the state is the announcementof ....................................................... ..............
relief fund for the best interest of the pea the influence of certain leaders to geta realtors headed by Frank J. Pow I I the marriage of Miss Joanna ...
resolution ers. I Hine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
pIe here. so called anti-inflation throughthe
II.: limes to Mr. Theodore Chryst,
Chicago Convention, having for its Editorial comment: A little of of Miami, formerly of Tampa on SHUTTER AND i AWNING I
One of these days when the milen- purpose the protection of Wall Street's that enthusiasm with which we Thursday July 9, in the gardensof .
hollered for the soldiers when they Plymouth Congregational I Iehureh
nium is close, the world will have a lot' of and 'international bankers interests. .
went to the war should now be Coconut Grove, Fla. I
righteous people, willing to let other folks Mr. Patman thinks that the next .. s

do as they please. Legion Convention should ask for a Con- COMBINATION. I

gressional investigation' of tne charges.The s .

Jonah has been reading of malefactors Citizen knows nothing whateverin m..ney with a :

and wants to know if there are any connection with the statements made: by

femalefactors. Inquisitive as usual is TheCitizen's Mr. Patman but it seems that some impartial yoU can."" L.ELEcr1\lC The Ideal M a terial For.. This, Purpose Is Weatherwood, :
should ''make an investigationin NO' :
ebony-hued porter. body .

,order to settle the question conclusively.ARE G 1'tE' Stee1.I\eldserator> r Densboard Or Weathenvocd' Hardboard, j i
Japanese military expenditures jumped .

from 455,000.000 yen in 1932 to 1,021- FABRICATED' HOUSES COMING? Qtit'l'
I : For Years the People of South haveS :
000.000 in 1935 but the island empire t\\udf'o\\\tQ\ Florida '

seems willing to bear the expense of keeping Speaking of, -the, housjnft' problem, aS- \ : Needed a Material like This. Something like :' .

the peace of the East. Clyde L. Rogers in, the Annalist; calls attention 1 lite, .
# Wallboard but Weather \
ttSStUttitt1t : having Resisting Prop-
to the fact that the average cost A : ,

Public opinion may be against Italy in of a ore-family house increased from $2- t :. erties so That it Could be Used for Two. GoodPurposes E

her plan to seize Ethiopia but unless some 173 in 1909 to $4,020 in 1934. In the same

army or navy gets into the picture the period average cost of automobiles* de- / \ \ :

world will soon have a real lesson as to the clined from $1,662 to about $678! t ..
: 1. To Serve in Place of
effectiveness of' public opinion. Prefabricated houses are being talked i : an Awning., :

about but the manufacturers seem inclinedto 2. To be That it' j
:Many readers of The Citizen will recall feature expensive improvements, like s: Light so

Coxey's fam.ous bunion derby to ,air-conditioning built-in radios electric : Could be Let Down Quickly and' :

Washington. "Non-interest Bearing Bonds"was refrigeration etc., rather than low price.
Serve Storm Shutters in Case of
the slogan with 'which General Coxey Along this line Robert L. Davison as :

rallied 1 hU .'Coxey'Am1.v" in 1894. "Moneyat director research of the John B. Pierce : Storm. :

cost"! has been his cry ever since, andit Foundation, estimates that the lower one- ThefirstGeneralElectric .

looks as if he had pretty nearly put it third in income of our population pays an Monitor Top revolutionized :. We Have Made One and Hang Over Our Front Entrance. When j :

aero', when it is considered that New average of $14 a month rent and therefore 1 refrigeration costs. : You Drive by,Look it Over. Or, Better,Still, Come and-Look' :

York City has just marketed 75000.000 'argues that the market that exists is for a Now Electric 1935 models General use 4Q& : at the Way, it is Made. And"Let. Us Explain and Show You the :

short-term bonds at thirtyfiveonehundredths dwelling and site to sell under $2,500.
in S this. Material'The
less current than G-B195O t : Samples of Excellent Weatherproof :
of one per cent. Apparently, then the creation of } models. I ... .
houses in factories, to be erected and bolt ; : Price.of this Material, About, the.Same'as Wood. There :

Not only in Key West but everywhere. 1 i ed together must depend upon the sale of AIl.eatures-S mode "convenience Years Performance v. :: are Five Different Thicknesses and Grades Carried'in Our Stock, ::

the government is confronted with chisel large numbers and an organization able Protection for : So.that You can Have Wide Group to Choose From.

icg. In New Jersey a Grand-Jury heard to reduce costs by mass production.A only *1 a year-and pricesas .

evidence of a man who was receiving re- low as
South- Florida &,
lief while his son was spending a vacation man in Alexandria Va., convicted $r Contracting Engineering

Florida.. As in war time the slacker! flogging a child, preferred a year in 9-260! I

considered a contemptible outcast so is jail to a taste of the same punishment. I I. Phone:598, White and Eliza Streets

the chiseler considered in this period.of de- ) Crooks have been known to commit suicide I :

pre wionj When the emergency relief I rather than submit to a flogging. The i "Your'home worthy. of the best"
is ended end 'it must j is and effective of implanting ..
period as ; they will 'whip a sure means ., .
have the finger of contempt pointed at fear into the hearts of the yellowrat.

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.- CV- CORALIE T"'NTON' ----.1.S.p..O-;

trHOfSI tl. ...'.. te ee A_ "You were. determined to comeback
*Jf a itd *rr fitter Slain ; 'RT""S.. -
: or WOV 4. Lenne Jfearei to werkr be asked. Your hoi- I j LET!MEMORIAL: M; E, FLEMING STREET METHODIST 527 Wiliiam Street I

line el,* 'erf fe."r.'T:; band. was not sure about. ItT CHURCH SOUTH CHURCHCor.
Morn Jihery. ( -Oh. yes. Mr. Albery I eoaldnt I E. Richard Evans Pastor
Jfoere* icMeie B l JToore. Ik* aV'"Uol *
!><,... te met 4.od. a.4 efter give up my work. As Laurie spoke Rev. L. lit Smith Pastor Fleming and William Street The regular: pastor. Rev. Evan.
loco yet* *I relume <. i.. deit.. she became at once her animated. Interested and Division Sts.
Cor. Georgia Shuler Peele Pastor
It ecmev-.feesary iket Lamrts4 will preach at both. morning and
.. /?...r* Ii... <*. >lee.*tiaii tG.b1 business self. ; Church school at 9:45. a. m, Church school meets at 9:45a.
..M f. He* l. kAJ4 ku<. fob Tkey evening services.Sunday .
1 am glad of It. 1 think are
are w tkim A* 4Uery. for Bi*. tclU _to. a good deaL That's Inevitable ...... ... ........." : I Wesley Fellowship -
away DOUBLEHEADER DODGERS CHECK. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Bible Class meets in the pa.ton's Horning worship at 11 o'clock
In his Job. And I'm happy to !find be'aas : ( () Church."
Chapter 10 keen as ever. Mrs. Moore 1 bare FOLLOWINGTHROUGH Subject: "A study. The pastor is the Percy Roberts will speak at this
League meets I
Junior Epworth teacher.

NEW JOB agree.a proposal It wilt to work Jiake IB very to you.well.If you OF SOFTBALL AT CARDS; WARNEKE at 4:00 p. m. Mrs.\ V. A. Archerin I I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ervice.Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m.

morning utter Rex Moore and "Miss Dixie came back too soon. charge. Sermon by the pastor: "My
THE t Intermediate Epworth League I Church and L"Intermediate Evening worship, 8 o'clock.
bit wife dined with him. Mark I'm afraid. Her Illness has left her BAYVIEW PARK: DEFEATS, GIANTSLOWLY
:discovered bearing impaired. 1 sent her to a specialist i meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. Epworth, League Copt land Johnson will speak.

Albery that yonng Mrs. and be has ordered a core H _____ (By JOVE) Pierce in charge. meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss\ Venda-

Moore.bad come back to work. and and a complete. rest. It will take t .SS.SC..SS.SS..e.......!> Young People's Departmentmeets line Watkins, superintendent. I

slat a message ta ask her to come to about three months. So 1 wondered If BERMUDA BAKERY LOSES TO BROWNS STOP YANKEES at 7:00 p. m. Miss Norma I' Young People's League meetsat SAINT PETER'S CHURCH
By the standing of the clubs in
his oee.' you would care to take her place Yates, president. 7 p. m. Miss :Mary Ft'lton,1
!!RVICE TIGERS (Colored)
: ooth this the
big leagues
"laakl-,01l were to stay away until again. It would suit me very well Indeed year, Evening worship service at 8:00 president.
I Center Street Between Peonisand
yen were told her In Your work. was most satisfac GAME; BEER BOYS DEFEAT! pennant races are going: to be hot ONLY HALF CAME o'clock. Subject: "The Decaying Evening worship service at 8:00( : Olivia

las, smooth autocratic: v6iee. that tory. What do you say?" right to the finish. In the National Foundations." o'clock. Sermon by the pastor!' I Mass 8
wentwith: his Oriental tYpe.. "Oh. Mr. Albery!" Laurie was CAVE INN IN SECOND.TILT BEHIND service each a m.
Prayer and praise "What Is Your Age. This will I
League focr clubs still have a Solemn .
Evensong and Benediction
1 an quit. settled thank you..Mr.1: taken aback. Of course It was a rise i I at 7:30 m. be special service Honoring the
Wednesday p. a
Albery. It was easily done yesterdayEverything I a big rise la the office. And she had chance the Giants, Cardinals : of the Most! Blessed Sacrament
Young people' i practice Older Folks. A number of old familiar '
In the flat is 10 con found It most interesting. But she I I 7 p. m.
Cubs and Pirates. In the American
(By JOVE) Special t* The Cltlwat each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss hymns of the church will be
realent and beautiful. You have Church school 8
so was of two minds.A I a. m.
There was a doubleheader Clayed League the Yanks, Tigers, Red NEW YORK, Joly 20.Behindthe Alice Jenks, pianist sung.
Men H nr.kIDeI to us.- I little voice deep inside her said"Nodon'ttakeitonshebadnot Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Not at aIL I wanted four husband -! : I I I last night by the Social Leagueat : Sox and White Sox are fighting II five-hit pitching of Vernon Church choir practice each Friday Mid-week prayer and Bible Week-Day Services-

near by. He and I hare some I the remotest Idea why* Eseept that. BayviewPazk.. :i every inch of the way.I Kennedy! the Chicago White Sox at 8 p. m. Mrs. J, Roland study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. Mass on Tuesday and Thurs

rery Important plans to make. And perhaps; she bad at times felt slightly In the first game the Bermuda i "' I smashed oat 13 hits to defeat the Adams pianist. I Choir rehearsal Wednesday mid-weel im day at 7 a. m.
the flat waa empt I took it for my uncomfortable when she was with I mediately following the Litany and Sermon on Wednesday
reuag cousinwb a he cam Into the Mr. Albery. But that.was ridiculous. I1t kery defeated tit:: Service ten have just seen a copy of a letter Senators, 7 to 2. FIRST PRESBYTERIANI: service. Mrs.\ P. B. Roberts, di at '7:30 m.

business, but he baa gone. over to Her business: mind pushed the (by a 12 to 8 score. our friend, Frank (Stag) I The longest winning streak! of CHURCH' rector. Confessions p.: After the Wednesday -

the United State for'eta months. doubt aside and grasped eagerly at A. Castro was the leader:: at bat Stickney. wrote Bill Terry, man the current major league season evening service.

with two doubles and a, sinpl-j in ager of,the Giants. It follows: I came to an end as the Cardinals .J. C. Gekeler, .Pastor I
I Corner of White and Washington FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
three ttees up.. D. Powell, Brindel Mr. Bill Terry, took a 3 to 0 whitewashing from Streets SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST

Koehler had Manager, New fork Giants, I and Babich aft Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts
and also perfect. averages Brooklyn Johnny Sunday school meets at 10 a. CHURCH

I but. were only at bat.once. New York City er winning 14 games in succession.The m. A. C. Elgin,..superintendent.The John B. Culpeprer, Jr., Pastor -

I- I In the uieldJoe. < Cerezo Ba -I Dear BUI: I defeat left the Cards still! Adult Bible Class is' taughtby 10:00 Church Sunday under school leadership opens of at (Colored)
I II a. m.,
I I'm .writing to ask a favor of behind the leaicue- the pastor. Southard Street Between Thomas
relo and Howard played a good four games : o'clock. Gerald Saunders, general superintendent -
I iyou.: During the last. six months, I Morning worship at lit Each department meetjin and Emma Streets
leading New York Giants. "
game. -
t Gene Sermon: "Joy In. Believing William Perkins, Pastor
[ Max Baer Pnmo Camera,
In the nigbtcav'tlel3.1"B. Beer i I Leon Lonnie Warneke who beat Evening worship at 8 o'clock. its own assembly room. G. Williams Missionary l Leader
I Sarazan and the National League at 10:45
outfit defeated the Cave Inn ten: All-Stars have doublecrossed me. the Giant almost every time he Sermon: "The Black Sin." Thisis Morning "Heaven- Sabbath School (Saturday, 10
o'clock. Subject:
by a 15 to 11 score. The Cave That is, I picked them to win. facd them last! season only to have concluding: sermon What and Where." o'clock.
series on Prismatic Sins. Mrs.\ Church services 11 o'clock in
boys were leadnig- to 1 in the whereas, they lost.I the situation reversed this year, will sing Epworth League meeting at
Kenneth Davenport .
I tie morning.Y.
first of the fifth and lost the. also picked the New York Miss Vanessa Collin
1934 form 7:00 m.
I Giants which team are got back into his as "Come Unto Me. p. P. :M. V. S. meeting, 530
/ game. led the Cuba to a 9 to 3 victoryover Mid-week Bible Study, Wednesday leader. o'clock m.
Aba the leaders were C. Garcia aging, to win the National Evening; worship! service at I I 8 p. .
man-I the league-leaders. at 7:30 p. m. Please Prayer meeting every Wednesday
.Alfonso for the Cave Inn and I flag last season. At the Parables o'clock. Subject: "The Bigges
Matthew 13:47-50. The 7:30
: at m.
: night p.
Jesus Garcia for the S. B. Beer out time.your boys are on top The Pittsburgh Pirates, aided studied.On Fool in Key West.
of Jesus be
t National race. But its not the I by Arky Vaughan's homer in the Mid-week prayer and praise
fit.In July 28, at the evening service -
the field C. Garcia, L. Castro present I'm worrying about, Bill- ninth, downed the Boston outfit 6 Book Sermon based on service-on Wednesday at 8:00 yin BETHEL A. M. t:. CHURCH

and Hill played a good game.jit's I the future--along about Sep. to 5. to make it the Brave twelfth a "Green Light" .
Lloyd C. Douglas' /
First Game tember'30.. straight defeat. Choir rehearsal on Friday evening (Colored)

Score by innings: R.II. E. I A few days ago you publicly Young Emmet Nelson pitchedthe I will presented. at 7:46 o'clock.: Mrs Jesep Corner Division and Thomas Sts.H. .

Bakery .._ 321 201 3-12 15 2 bawled out Hcghey Cntr, one of Cincinnati Reds to a 3 to O. Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saund : 1! HilL pastor

Service ..u 501 '001 1- 895 your infielde-s. You told him that shutout over the Phillies to keep CATHOLIC ChURCHSt. ers, choir director. : Cunday; school, 9:30 a. a.

Batteries: B. Roberts and A. he was driving you crazy with his the Reds close to the threshold of Preaching, 11 a. m.

1 Castro! ; Ortega; Adams and P. habit of picking up stray hairpins, the first division! Mary Star of the Sea Junior A. C. E. League meet
ft I White. toothpicks rocks, that. he found The last-place Browns took an- Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., GOSPEL HALL at 539 p. m.

I on the playing field, and that you other cut at the Yankees' I lead. in charge Senior. A. C. E. League meets

Second Came had stood it :or five years and: setting; them down for the second Order of services for this 720 Southard Street at 6:15 p. In.

II R. H. E.:' was not. oing to stand it. any 2 straight, time, 7 to 6. after tossing church: will be Preaching by August Van Ryi Evening service, 8 p. m. '

"Rex and I have some important plan to make," said Albery. Cave Inn 214 021 1-11 lo" 7JS. longer. } away a chance to win by a wider said Sunday at 7 morning and 930-o'elock.Masses every Sunday, Tuesday ard Weekly Services

B. Beer 001 086 x-15 10 7 You may think that the e pet !I margin. The defeat left the : Thursday evenings, at 8 o'clock. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.. Class.

You are m re. than welcome.. Mrs. the chance. 'can't say how proud I Batteries: C. Garcia and Martinet srperstitkjns are tommy-rot Bill Yanks only a half game ahead oftite. Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. Subject. for Sunday evening wil) Friday, 7:30 p. nu, choir r-

Moore." I am' that yon should find me suit.. ; Walker, .... Castro II. Cas- but pleasenote this.. Since; you\ Detroit Tigers-who- trimmed. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock be: "Offering Up Of I\aac." Pic beans

H. was ttitnkliigtkat she. did not able," she said in her warm throbbing tro and Lewis.Standing bawled out Critz, and he ceased his Boston.. Sundays and Fridays.PENTECO5AL ture of the truth that God *o by-

look a* happy as sbe-ongbtto. Last voiceTHAT'S.- the Giants have lost I blasted out He Hi
little habit, Charlie Gehringer ed the world that gave LEGALS
night at dinner, be had tbougbt how Qf the league: : the services of two of their best a: threebaggerwith! the base MISSION only-begotten Son.
beautiful she was. Bat quleLOf settled then. You'll be-
very Club- W. L. Pet. pitchers, Fitzsimmons and Castle- loaded in the sixth to touch off a t\ IRE C1RTJIT CornTTW OP-THF.
It "
coarse. mast have been a great He
tack! t* her;And. doesn'tkin. please. was Service .......----..."__ 2 1 .666 man. And now, instead of having five-run rally tba.t.. enabled the 909 Olivia Street TIKTH JI niri*l.OF OR"I.'IT
though strictly business-like. No one would FI.OHIU 1% AI)
It may frighten a seusltiva nature. Imagine that his heart was beating Bermuda Bakery ?*. 2 1 ..666S. five winning pitchers, the finest Detroit Tigers to gain a 9-7 victory Wm. Skondeen, Pastor! MIXED BIBLE CLASS eonoi: roi NSai' 11&:01.:

fast and the blood pulsing In his B. Beer ........_...... 2 1 .666 staff in the lea::Jc.. today you have over the Boston Red SOL Sunday morning worship, 11 ('FRY.

Hex Moore he had not understood veins. Not even his own secret mind Cave Inn .._........._ 1 2 .333 only three. And, Bill, thosj: pesky The summaries follow: o' lock. Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Montl- ,. E. PRICE, .mtlffPERCY" ,

at all. He could make no contact admitted that he was In 1 love with Lighthouse/ .......-..._... 0 1 .000 Cardinals gained a full game anda NATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. cino, Teacher i-n. F.r.eieeure ., nI.rtasge

with him. The young man seemed this girl and was determined to take Administration ........_ 0 1 .000 half Sunday.So At Pittsburgh! B-. H. E. m. This class meets every Sunday A. rooK and BEATRICE

entirely withdrawn; his eyes his her from Rex Moore. In one way or how arout forgetting your Boston ..._...-..- 513 2 Sunday night evangelistic service morning the Harris School auditorium Jt.. COOK his wife TVfendanls.

wordX bis very selL He evidently In another. sooner or later. LEGALS nerves and letting Critz reseme his Pittsbrrgh!: ....... -...- 6 13 1 7:15 o'clock.Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Men and ORDER FOR PrBUCATIOV E.

would not speak of his esperlence "It will be suitable in several picking tip of str.y things! Aside Batteries: Cantwell and Hogan; 7:15 p. m., prayer and women not connected with another ; rr.It...appearing. plaintiff by In affidavit the above of styled T.

after hIs crash.. ays." he added kindly. "Doing my 1:01: THK nernr COVRT OF THE from walking under ladders, black: Hoyt. Lucas and Grace. praise service. Bible Class and regardless and entitled cause. that the defendantS -
To his wife be seemed abrupt work win be In TWK>TIKTH JUDICIAl. CIRCIIT; denomniations invited h Perry A. Conk and
personal you more STATE Of FLORIDA. rats crossing' ; in front of you. broken Friday, 7:16 p. m., fellowship of are Beatrice n. Cook his wife are echnonresidents
though friendly-*. friendly as to be the cone of your husband's Job. All I1 OF* A'I> FOR MO'-R8f> COl7:>Tr. : mirrors and a few other little: At Chicago R- H. E. meeting. attend. of the Slate of Ftor.

almost artificial. But. alone with Al- his work with me Is entirely confi HARRIET F. FREEMAN.Plaintiff I things like that.! I don't believe in New York ..__--._...... 391 I Saturday 2:30 p. m., boy? and Ida. and that It Is the belief defendants of tbe

bery. he was fall of plans bunting dentiaL So we shall In a way all wil- .. ....._._.913 3 affiant that the said D.
vs.CLARENCE. superstitions, either. Bat I'm Chicago; ..._ .h. girls' church.CHRISTIAN. Percy A. Cook and Beatrice
with energy and ambition. And what three be working, together." B. FREEMAN, Inig to do anything in the present Batteries: Schumacher, Gabler CHURCH OF GOD Conk his wife, are each residents of
hard bargain be bad driven for his and that
It was a wonderful piece of luck.. Defendant. Scotch Plains. New Jersey
exclusive services! The fellow bad and yet Laurie was in the grip of an ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt situation. Hell. Dill. I simply and Danning; Warneke and Hart- SCIENCE SOCIETY I I 1106 Olivia Street there In no person within the Stat.
by the affidavit. and must have win the this Florida service of a subpoena
appearing you :flag nett. of
seemed to think of nothing bat the o'clock.
service 11
uncomfortable mental depression the sworn bill filed In the above Morning at upon whom would bind the said defendants
money. Not a bit like Rex Moore of. like a vague premonition of evil, as entitled cause that Clarence B. year, so I can !get over to the cigar 327 Elizabeth Street Sunday school 330 p. m. and that it Is. the belief

the old days. she went back to her own omee for i Freeman the defendant herein store and tell-Eaeza, Bobby, Phil- At St Louis LH.E. Sunday school, 9:30: a. m. Sunday night service, '1:15 of said affiant that each of said oft..t

Albery was more and more driven the last time. named State of Is Florida a non-resident; that hIs of present the lip. Win field and a few others, Brooklyn 390 Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock. defendants,.-<>*. is years over: the age

to.the conclusion that his accident That evening when she left work*. residence Is unknown to the plaintiff for they are riding me hard every St Louis .__.._..... 052 I o'clock. Evangelistic service, Wednesday iT IS. TJlEREFORE. ORDERED

had caused a alight kink In hIs mind. she collected the last of her personal 'I ; that plaintiff has been of unable said I time- the- Giants lose. Hoping; that Batteries: Walker. P. Collins Wednesday evening service- at Ihat the said defendants.Cook Percy, hiswIfe. A.
aseert.aialtbe residence 7:15 m. and Beatrice V.
to p. Cook
belongings! from her little flat telli; ,! defendant al;.tr diligent efforts. when vou answer me you will have' and Lopez; Walker, P. Collins and 8 o'clock. and pVaise service, FT and each of them, be and they
ALBERT felt his new dislike of Ing the landlady that she would That said defendant Clarence "B.I the flag cinched I remain Pelancey.At I room in Society buildIng Prayer are hereby repaired to appear to
the of twentyone day 7:30 m. Teachers' meetlog. filed In this
Freeman is over age p. the bill of complaint
growing as be In and then to that
come now see years. I Yours truly. I open Tuesdays! : "t1.cJJ, .Fridays raid cause, on or before Monday,
watched him with his wife. The everything ,was all right It is therefor' Ordered. that said FRANK STICKNEY Cincinnati R. H. E. o'clock.. the Its day of Auirest. A. D. W..Hotherwise ; ;
scene cam.back to him. when, on The good non-rrllhleal..:defendant CJarence.B.: I frsro 3 to the allegations. of said
woman waa naturally; 100% Giant Fan. Philadelphia ..._...--.... 0 5 2
Freeman, be and be- Is hereby required Latin Missio of complaint will be taken as
that first night;: he had broken the excited and bursting with curiosity* to the Bill of Coin.p1alt *I I I Cincinnati ,..,....-. 370 I II fonfeued bus by said "
news to him of his wife being In which Laurie could not satisfy. It ;"cr: saId cause:on or before Who says ;;; washed up::I Batteries?Johnson, Jorgens and. SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH "Services Sundays, Tuesdays anc J IT IS FURTHER R"D that

London) and employed by the firm.H6w had been enough to say that her hns- Monday the 5th day of August Thursdays, conducted by. Rev this order be pnlrtrthed one a week
i otherwise. kite allegations chorus from Lefty Grove. Ossie Tdd; Nelsen and Lombardi. Duval and Eaton StreetsSundays consecutive weeks in The
A. D. l ;- Corner for four
Incomprehensible be bad band. the famous had Charles E. Lazo.
airman come of said Bill will be taken as Bluege. Ted Lyons Tony Lazzeri .I "l.\ Key West Citizen a newsTSPt .f
itemed. flow offhand his manner bad back from the dead and that they confessed by said plaintiff. AMERICAN LEAGUE I Sunday school 930 a. m. general circulation published. la
beca almost inhuman. Thinking It were moving temporarily Into another It is further Ordered that this and Luke SerrclL They're among 'At Boston- R. H. E.! Moraine Prayer, 6:45 a. m. I Monroe County, Florida.
Order be published once each week the Americrn League; comebacksof Communions) 7 a. m. PONE AND ORDERED at Key
over be wondered If Moore was dla-: flat as hers was not. large for five (5) consecutive weeks In 1935. Detroit .._ 912. 2 Mass ( Sehool,1 West Florida this 511-day of July,
appointed to find she was In England.It enough when her sister came home.; The Key West Citizen a newspaper Boston 711 1 Mass for the Church METHODIST EPISCOPAL A. n. tUi.
almost looked like It. Perhaps he But was keeping it on as it was for published in said County and State. Batteries Hogsette. 9:30: a. m. i CHURCHSOUTH CT. CT. BEAL)
would rather she bad been In Australia the remainder of her lease. SEAL.) Clerk Circuit Court. Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. Monroe Ccua.ty. -
DOUBLEHEADER. Adler RoTe anl Cochrane; Oster- Clerk Circuit Court.
Perhaps be bad formed other She balled a taxi and was driven By FLORENCE E. SAWYER. Evensong Prayer, Sermon. "EL '
ties. Two years was a long time for amaD to the new flat In Chelsea not on the Deputy Clerk. m1eDerlL'"On, Hockette Cas. Benediction, 8 p. m. Grinnell and VirginiaStreets By FLORENCE E. SA WYEK.
WILLIAM H. MALONE. enrella and R. Fcrrell. Deputy Clerk
to live alone. Embankment but In a pleasant aide Solicitor for Plaintiff. J AT NA W FIELDBy Week Days tV. C. PRICE.

And how excessively anxious: he street with trees on either side and Juan; JlyC-lS-ZO-S7 Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. nu Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor Solicitor for Plaintiff.
tad beea to avoid all publle.lt11Alber1100ted with a view of the river from a bay -, At New York R. 11. E. Mass 7 (Services in Spanish) JI"I.U-U-Z a cx ms

now at Laurie's pale. window In the big front living room.: II THE CIRCCTT COURT IX AND ( JOVE) I St Loiis _.. _-_- 7 11 1 a. m. 5:30 m. Sunday school, 10 a. m.
MOnROE CoUNTY, IN 1t Evening Prayer, p.
expressive face. Her eyes were shlaIng. Copyright.. IMS. Coralit StnntonfMonday. .FOR'IAtRIU.1Ii: CHANCERY. There will be a doubleheader at New York _. -610 1 A second Mass on Wednesdays Preaching, 8 p. m.

but they did not look like the JOHN JOSEPH RILBY. the Navy Field tomorrow after. Batteries: Andrews, Knott, Mothers' Club meets Monday
eyes of a happy wife. His own dark Plaintiff.vs. .- Thomas and Hemslev; Gomel. :
8 .
Mark and Laurie be. BILL FOR DIVORCE. noon. p. m.Bible :
ones glow.d with svmoathv. aui their strings lire together. MANDA. RILEY. In the first game a picked team Brown. Deshong, Murphy and study and prayer. service
.. DefendantORDER
--- -- Dickey.At .
---- -- FOR PUBLICATIONIt will play the Cuba: Cafe nine. The 1 I Wednesday, 8 p. m.

LEAGUE STANDINGS! JUNIOR. LEAGUE: appearing by affidavit ao- batteries win, be : Sanchez and Eaton Street Between Duval and '
pended to the bill filed In the Washington R. H. E. I "LA TRINIDAD"
Rodriguez for.the latter club, and Siraofiton Streets
above stated cause. that MANDA 7 13 0 Revs. L. Oser and Montero.
RILEY the defendant therein Salinero and Joe Navarro for the Chicago -- James S. Day, Pastor

AMERICAN LEAGUE I I STAGES GAME I named. Is a non-resident of the former outfit Washington __._--___ 252 Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Pastors STOREDaily
Stateof Florida and that her Batteries Kennedy and SeweD Dnval and Angela Streets
Club- W. L. Pet. i i I is unknown and that there In the second contest the Tigers : Captain O. T. Pogue, superintendent
Stats of Flor; ; Haves, Pettit, Russell sad Bol- Sunday school, 3.p. ...
in the
New York _. 49 30 .620 no person and Coconuts two strong colored!
--- -- In at 0
the service of a summons Service in Spanish Friday
I Detroit ........... .,_ 51 33 .607 I. (By JOVE) I's upon whom would bind nines, will pia,.. Red Dean will ton. Rev. C A. Cox supply pastor. ,

I Chicago: __ _-.'. .h'. 43 34 .558 In the Junior Diamondball defendant and that she is over pitch against Allan Smith, two.of I will preach both morning and evening 1:30p.m. Baseball ReturnsBy

Bo U n .....____ 43 40 .518, Legate the Stowers Park defeated the IT age IS of THEREFORE twenty-one years.ORDERED! the best colored monndsmen i in the. Cleveland at Philadelphia, to be services at this church daring

t Cleveland _- ____m_ 39 39 .500 I that said aon-mident defendant city. Joe McGee will be the battery I. flayed onr later date. the absence from the city of Rev.I 1 THE SALVATION ARMY \Wire
the Bayview Stars yesterday aft- Is required toappear
be d she hereby
a -
mate for while Roosevelt
I Philadelphia .._...._ 35 42 .455 t. the bill ef complaint tied Red. I
Washington ..,._ 35 47 .427 einoon by a 15 to 5 score. In said cause on or before Monday, Sands win receive.the.offerings of TODAY'S. GAMES Day.Morning worship- 11 o'clock.: Captain: Vernon W. Walker Off'scer o

St. Louis __.. __..._ 25 55 .313 The game was played at Stow I the Eth day of Afeg-nst.of IUS said: ot.h.erIwise bill' Smith; The Baptist Training Union in Charge COMEINANDGETTHE
the allegations
ers field. will be taken confessed by sakdI These games promise to be good I AMERICAN LEAGUE meets at 7 o'clock. 1002 Fleming Street' i THE

NATIONAL LEAGUE Leaden at bat M. Her- defendant I del fans are requested to come Chicago at Washington.; Evening; worship at 8 o'clock. Company meeting (Snda i RESULTS OF

Club- W. I.oct.. were i I this IT order IS FURTHER" published ORDERED once a week that out. 4 < St. Louis at New York. AH other regular services will I school), 9:45: jua MAJOR BASEBALL

Nsw York _-. .. .... 53 25 .679] nandez; and M.\ Esquinaldo for for four (4) consecutive, weeks laThe I Tae-openiar-contest. will startat Detroit at Eoeton be carried on during the week. ; Holiness meeting 11 a. m II LEAGUES0

St. Louis .'__h'.?... 50 30 .625 Stowers and Russell for the Stars. published Key West/dtise said CoustyaadStaie.ThIs a newspaper
Chicago ..... ......... ..48 34 .585 Batteries-...ere Elwood. .Malgratar Silk day of June. lUL SEVENTH ADVENTISTS Young People's Legion 6:30 CIGARS CIGARETTES
Pittsburgh'._._. 43 41 .512 Hernandez for Stowers and (SEAL) ROSS C SAWYER. A newmotion--picture company, ; NATIONAL LEAGUE' ).in. ,

Brooklyn ...u..... __. 38 42 .475 Brightman and Nelson. for Bay-. FLORKNCB Clerk of K.:SAWYEK.Circuit Orart. whose* announced .objective is t* Boston at Pittsburgh.. 1017 Fleming street.. Salvation. meeting p. tt. SOFT DRINKS,

Cincinnati ...__...._. 39 44. .470 I IPhiladelplaia. view Star Deputy Clerk. combat "immoral films by producing r Philadelphia Cincinnati. I R. T. Sawyer Teacher, There will be a of ETC.S.ATURD.A .

..__ 33 47. .413 I'- 3.Solicitor B. FLAHERTY.fer Plaintiff.jvall "moral"- movies, baa bees New York at' : ( Bible studyFriday, 730 p. m. soldiers In the-Salvation meetnig I II _

Boston -- 2102 .;.258 Subscribe- to The CJtiten.- 1 ;' organized in Spi'l.. I St....Louis- Sabbath. .Mrvica, 1030 a,. m. I I and the eataia-.iU bring the eve- _I


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J COLUMN .. ...
0.........S S.SSSSSSS.f.SSSS..SS.........*........ Major William V. Albury,. who .SSS..IS..SSS.SS.S.
was on a business visit to Isla- A L highland goat was feeling fine.
'5 5 5 5 5 S.S S S S I I 5.S I I I 5 0 5 I
Junior Woman's Club Holds morada and Miami, returned yes .I He ate sue red shirts off the

terday. ROOMS line;

Session Yesterday ____________________ his
Enjoyable broke
I Nell took a stick; and

Sheriff K. O. Thompson, who "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00. back and tied him to the rail-
on a business visit to Mate- 'Fp' $2.50 and $3.00 per week. road track
social Pritchard. Raymond Curry, I
Another of the delightful Harry tli. __
; ftthi 1'l ___ Double and Single. 128 N. E.I .
Woman's''' cumbe? and other points on the _____ I And when the train was drawing!
meetings of the Junior Homer1 Herrick, Edgar Pangle _
aftjrnoon keys, returned yesterday.C. I; 4th Street, Miami, Fla. nigh, the highland goat was
enjoyed yesterday _
Club was
O. S. Long. juneZG-lmox doomed to die .
in the Key West Woman'sClub i' S i
House by members and]! JKsses Geraldine Steadman, W. Richards was a returning I lie gave three groans of awful

guests. I'Barbara Carey; Edna Russell, passenger over the East Coast ; FOR RENT pain coughed up the red shirts!
Bridge and Michigan were' Alice Jones,' Julia Jones, Alee yesterday' from a visit- to pointsin and flagged the train.

Curry', Martha Carbonell Betty the state. -
Mass Teresa Falk -
played BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
winning the bridge prize and Curtis, Teresa Falk, Dorothy' I Hour, Day or Week. Repair I TO SUBSCRIBERSIf

Mrs. Joseph Lopez, being awardedthe Cleare, Romalda Johnson,Florrie Zenia' Miss Edith Russell returned I all makes and paint them with

prize for high score in Michigan. Hoff Camille Pierce yesterday over the East Coast ;2FLU14flk1! Nu-EnameL We carry a full I you: do act receive your

The consolation prize wentto Ketchings and Clara Yates. I from a short visit with relatives supply of parts. Agent for the paper by 6:15 o'clock !la too

Mrs. James K. Brady. I Guests were: Miss Ruth Ander.I and friends in Miami. Roll fast and Dayton Bicycles.I afternoon call telephone Stand

Following the games and prize son, of Florence, S. C., Mrs. Mary' J And sell them as low as $5.00 a paper will bo teat to

awards a delicious salad course Morgan, Stiss Marie Domenecheand Walter Roberts, who was spending I down and $1.00 per week. We your home. A complaint boy

was served bv the hostesses Misses Miss Lottie McLean. several weeks in Miami, wasa Buy and Sell all makes of used is on duty at this office from

Leonella Lester, Ophelia Lester -* Announcement was ,made by passenger' arriving on the morning Bicycles Phone 276. J. R. 6:15 to 715 p. m. for the

and Alice Gwynn. the president; that there will_be a train yesterday. Stowers company, 616 Duval purpose of delivering com

Enjoying the event were: Mesdames called meeting of the club 5 7ci\ street. apr9-U plaint Help ci give yon 100

_ William Arnold. Joseph o'clock next Wednesday afternoonat Raymond Maloney, of Taver-I percent service by caling 51

Lopez, J. E- Perkins, Allan B. the clubhouse to make arrange- ner, who was in Key West FOR RENT-Comfortable homeon if yon do not receive Toe Cilice
Jr. William W. De- ments for a dance and all members short visit with relatives left
Cleare, lines of pretty girls and gay Pine street. Unfurnished. .
K. Brady are expected to be present. LONG
merit Jr., James yesterday afternoon. figures In endless variety Apply Frank Johnson Colonial

--------- -- ---- parade tbe streets of
Leipzig Building. jly20-3t
Mrs. N. A. Clark arrival I i
was an Its world's
during great fair. The
DeBoer Weds over the East Coast yesterday SATURDAY SPECIALS
Miss Mary Lou colorful processions include clown*", PIANO TUNING
. from Miami for a visit with her mummers grotesque animals dragons FANCY WESTERN BRANDED

Wm. Jeffrey In Connecticut parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. men on stilts aSS sandwich PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo BEEF

T"hornpson.Dr.! ... sign devices. They march In single reno. Excellent piano for sale (American and Cuban Cuts
file along the curb lines, miles of Cd"t
cheap. 1018 Division street CHUCK -
Mfss Mary Lou DeBoer, daughter of' friends while ,staging the theatrical .' A. 'J. Bertrin; 'of Central, them adding gay ribbons of color jnn24-ltnw Rib Roast Chuck Steak

of Henry J. DeBoer and Mrs.! production for the American hospital' in Miami t *,'was a visitor to tbe picturesque old City. S Fancy Milk Fed Veal

Jennie B. DeBoer, and William I Legion, several month ague in Key' West 'jresterday and the Many of tbe costumes reproducethe FOR SALE Genuine Spring Lamb

Harvey Jeffrey.were married yes- During the winter he is, con- guest of Cl: aii'':o.'Curry clerk dress worn In these same streets Armour Star Ham (By halvesor

terday morning in' Bristol, Con of criminal court.:- He left in the at this famous Leipzig Fair, which ; ,4 k1J'p
solemnized nected with the Standard Oi" om- _- __ FRIGIDAIRE. good condition, whole)
necticut. The wedding was afternoon for Tavernier. been held without Interruptionfor -

at a nuptial mass in St. pany and in the summer is Inter- ..:.:...:.-- 700 years. There are over 10.000 -$, -; $20.00. 1423 Catherine street. FRYERS

Joseph's church. Rev. Father cited in l work. An' accomplished Mrs. Mary Sanchez' and daughter exhibits sent by twenty-four conn- -- -5atJ5-- -- ..... -- jlyl8-3tx YOUNG HENS (Fat and Juicy)
musician and directorhis -- --v- 5-
tries, it the market
Monahan officiating.Mrs. making largest
_ Miss Myrtle Sanchez, who
.. Jeffrey was a student at services! are ever in demand. place in tbe world. ELECTRICAL WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY
were spending a few days in Mi- A section of a mile long parade. Above-Costumes of the Middle Ages
the Convent of iitry Immaculate, The couple wail motor to North The parades of sandwich girls MORNINGS
I ami on business, returned on the again appear in Leipzig streets. ELECTRIC; WORK-Motor and
and has host of friends among Carolina on their honeymoon and and others are given tbe right of
the younger a social set who will be I afterward will -eiurn to Providence morning train yesterday. way despite tbe dense crowds. DurIng confusion of tongues, however In: are extremely modern and up to Generator repairing house wir- Bermuda Meat MarketPhone

of her marriage. until the winter season the Fair week 180,000 people this great world marketplace wherebusiness date. Business men always watch ing. Reasonable prices. Wm.
happy to learn is the son of I when Mr. Jeffrey will resam his Vitalio Jordsn. of Havana who from seventy-two countries throng men from all over the I; the street parades closely for new Sawyer, Jr., 816 Emma streetjly2o3t 861-W Quick Service
Mr. Jeffrey
John Jeffrey, and Mrs. Charles I duties with the Standard Oil 1 was spending a short vacation in the streets. The Jostling good world find It profitable to meet to I ideas to carry back home. This year Whit. at Virginia StreetJoePearlmansInc.

R. 1.1 and Mrs. Jeffrey will Key West with relatives and natured crowd is the most cosmopolitan buy and sell their goods. the Fair will be held from August
Erhardt, of Providence, pany
friends, left yesterday afternoonfor In the world. of the 25th to 29th. business
While in Key' West he made a host to Key West fo' the teason. c'm-I More languagesare Although many paraders attracting men
Miami. spoken there than were heard at sear medieval costumes the advertising from every corner of the world Including -

tbe tower of BabeL There Is no ideas and methods of displayToday's ,of course, tbe United States.

I Mrs. Cecil Cates and five children .. Plate Lunches
Former Wester -- --- ---- --- -- --- --
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Key -- -- -- -
Dance Tonight AtHabanaMadrid I left yesterday afternoon for \

A Here On Visit I a visit with relatives at Tavernierand ing from Key Largo for a visit ... .SS..S.SS.SI 5,; I .
will afterward go to Miami with relatives. HoroscopeTotlav MONROE and DinnersA

lIabana-1radrid Club will sponsor .I Edgar Bush arrived over the! for a week with- relatives and .SSSSI- WEST By Special Request Our

its regular Saturday evening highway recently for a visit with! riends. Mrs. J. F. Cherry who was I i Today -inGOING -
hour.' spendnig a vacation with relatives gives capacity for patient ,l TO TOWN la carte Summer Clearance
the usual
dance tonight at bin : his father, Henry Bush and'sister: Mrs. Harvey' Brost left on the in New Smyrna returned i crdca\or and faithful service. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra
is expected to
A large crowd this affair. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. afternoon train yesterday for a over the East Coast today. While the native: may not attainto : lS-20c; Night 15-25c 35c 50c SALEWill
attendance at I _
Fulford vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Sm- AND
Thjs dance is for members of Roy I II I eminence e i>v reason of a lack j
ton D. Johnson Fort Pierce. I I
the club and their invited guests.I I This is Mr. Bush's first visit to at Mrs. Malone, wife of Mayor of self-as.scrt.on: there it much, be extended till the cad

Habana-Madrid Orchestra will Key West in 21 years. He is Wm. II. Malone who is vacationing quiet force and great c-ndnrahce, Seafood Specialties of the month

furnish music for the occasion. now making his home in Milwaukee Mrs. Myrtle McCarthy left over with relatives in Miami arrived coupled wit .a rendering of faith- 9 MORE SHOPPING
the East Coast yesterday for Miami -
today for week-end visit in
Wisconsin.: a ful service that will assuredly) SandwichesBeer
where she will be the guestof Key West. DAYS AT GREAT
bring some honor, much respect: ,
Country Store Dance Mrs. W. B. Whitman. SAVINGS
grand success and was attended and possibly a liberal share of the and Soft Drinks

Was Big Success by' an exceptionally large crowd. Mrs. Benjamin Dcmeritt and world's gOOt s.I Come, See and Compare
John W. Pinder who in
Several prizes were Awarded to was son, Ray Edward, of Francis Bent $1.25 81x00! Peperell

Country Store Dance given I,I the dancers. Tommy' Thompson's Key West for several weeks with street, returned on the S. S. Cuba CARD OF THANKS I Sheets ..uum____-...-__.__ 94*

last night at Habana-Madrid', Orchestra furnished music for the Iris family', left yesterday after this morning from Tampa; where'I PLAZASANDWICH Best 35e Peperell Cases 24c

Club by Muki-Muki-O Club was a occasion. noon for his home at Tavernier. they had been spending four weeks I Most sincerely! do we thank all i* YOUR EYES? Good Pillow Cases .... _.- 13c

with Mrs. Mae Ortiz. I hoe assistance of whatever, na- DO THEY NEED HELP? SHOP
Roy Hankinson audtior for the I Handmade Night Gowns h_ 42c
--- aideds
tore tlnnng our recent !
FERA in Key' West left yesterday Rev. and Mrs. E.; R. Evans and i affliction-the death of our beloved -,j Let me examine-your eyes so 503 Duval Street Rayon Panties ..._UUh__.- 19c

COLORED PROGRAM I I- SUNDAY DINNER I afternoon for a business visit in family returned over the highway., father. John F. Sawyer. We i that you may' know- the truth Curb Service 75e Slip Satin ___m..mO_ 49c

Jacksonville.Mr. yesterday afternoon from a vi'it I thank those Who: so kindy! tender-I about them. Best equipment'' SOc Slip Satin __...._,_. ._ 39c
NIGHT L--i with Mrs.I Evans' family in Newman : ed the use of their that science offers may save 20c and 25c Printed l Flaxon.

ON TUESDAY and Mrs. C. E. Musebeck!I Illinois. Rev. Evans pastor, the donors of the beautiful floral I you much expense, ill health o. at __.,._..._. ._._... ., ISe

of Fort LauderdatJ, guests- ..H the I of the First Congregationalchurch offerings and mesraes of sym: and worry in years"ahead. 25c Printed Voil-j ._....__-. 16c
By ANN PAGE Yacht Berlion, berthed Ciaig's, of this city, will be in the
I pathy. We ass.To: one and ill ; 25c Printed Organdies ... _' 19c
of 1935" tomato and sweet season Fla.. spending a few days in : both morning and eve- DR. J. A. VALDES
The "Big Broadcast:: THE corn are pulpit at ; that their kindness will long be j LADIES'. MISSES ANDCHILDREN'S 3Sc Printed Orga.d-es! .. 24c
here In earnest. The best
Douglas West guests of Mr.\ and services tomorrow. '-
preiented at Key a*
will be ning remembered. Soft-Lite Licensee
peaches of the season are those available Ortbogon 39c Lace Voiles and Pique
School Tuesday night starting at, this week and for the next few Mrs. G. C. Ledlow. Miss Vendaline Watkins arrived jly20-ltx THE; FAMILY. I 532 Daval Street Voiles __"0_.'__, u' 24c
announced this weeks, as northern grown peaches will
o'clock it was New Summer
8 I 35c Cordelets ..._ .. .. 2te
the recreation department be scarce again this season doe to Charles Saunders Jr.. an on the Steamship Cuba this I -- -----
morning by Adminis severe weather last winter. William R. Saunders. morning from Tampa where she 39c Seersucker" ....._.__h. 29c
of the Key West Although first quality eggs are brother. I
had been visiting as the guest of 1'1 I $1.00. and. $L25.. Chiffons
somewhat higher they are an excellent who were spending a vacation with awJN- SHOESReduced
tration. to be offered value and fit well into summer their father. Cnarles Saunder, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Richardson. Leslie Howard-Merle OberonIn Georgettes and Printed

Some of the features meals. Butter continues plentiful and She also visited in Atlanta,I I,: HOLTSBERG'SDollar for Silk ...._u........_.___.. _____ S8e
will inclicle a reries of moderate in price. Broiling andfry. Sr... left..Thursday) for their home l'PALACE Saturday and 'j
o" led by Quer- ing chickens and duckling .should an Tarnp Ga. and Chattanooga, Tenn.. in I THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL .:1 I Monday. Cool Summer Footwear 75c Flat Crepe: .--.__----__ 48c
iirituaI3, a erte ; .
McCaskill,'radio prove attractive buys this week. Beef t; company with Captain and Mrs. Comedy and Silly Symphony' that are the last word i. I I 36 inch Long Cloth ._Uh_ 13e
Malo Douglas is again somewhat Lamb offers
higher. -
po singer from Miami who will imitate good value. Readr-to-eat andcanned Mrs.: Se-Ieyvwife':,: ; (John Sealeyof James Ward and. family. Captainand Matinees 10-lSc; Night: 15-2Sc, Day, Monday and.width and comfort. in all sizes 20c Heavy Pajama Check 13c
meats save the housewife I long ) Mrs. Ward .rill return later. 5 I
jO rd who
and musical the state'piant t: was -
Eing Croooy,, a I JUST RECEIVED!
hot hours New
S in the kitchen. Fish and seafood I SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FOR
dialogue of Sweet'Sue. Several though less plentiful attract spending a wP\\t'lwil'h'relatives\ in 'OTHER SPECIALS shipment Triple Sheer Silk i Bictest Valne In

other numbers are included in the thrifty Here shopper are three menu made up from Chipley, Fla.,returned on the Havana r-- .-....,..--- p! $1.50.apanese Pongee Ki- Dresses, specially' QQC| i SILK DRESSES.

program. seasonable foods adapted to different ..J).Special today. modes .___*__ _.. .li__ $1.00 priced for Monday i 13.95 SILKDRESSES'
budget level. D. ARONOVITZ I S $1.50 2-pfcce Pongee?Pajamas, CLOSING OUT ALL READY- -....- S1.9SS2.88
...55 5S S S S S S S S.S.S S I S.S SToday's Mrs. Nora Mackie and grand- Monday Specials at .__ ____ n_ __'__.:. $1.00 TO-WEAR ON MONDAY I I -
Birthdays Low Cost Dinner ton. Forrest Arthur, who were :G5c:: Baby Batiste, like silk. REGARDLESS OF PRICE $4.95 SILK

Cold Cuts Potato Salaa visiting! relatives in Tampa, returned -AT- DEPARTMENT STORE 4for--- _--..__ _,--_.... $1.00 Beautiful Traveling Dresses DRESSES _.....-.
Cole Slaw with Shredded Carrot S
S S SIS' Coast this $1.25 Wear-Wear Sheets, extraS in dark shades now on display '5.95 SILK'DRESSES :
I S S S 5 5.S S S I ooo S ooo Bread and Batter over the East
Junkrt with BananasTea afternoon.T. size ..-.....-_.._.__ _... $1.00 .... S3.88
Nahville THE HUB -----
Joseph W. Byrns of or Coffee Milk I FINAL CLEARANCE; OF ALLLADlES' 3 for $1.00 Pillow Cases, 45 inch Batiste, all colors,

Tenn.. congressman:: and Speakerof SUMMER! MILLINERY 4 for ._.,._---___-_ $1.00 per yard ....-h.h._ 25c $1.00 and WASH
the House, born at Cedar Hill Medium Cost Dinner Jenkins Curry, prominentin 25c Tubing all widths, on Flaxons, all colors yd. I5c $1.25 S8e
I one spe- QQ AND DRESSES DRESSES ...._ _
the real estate business in Ladies' Hats --- --
Roast __ __ all to be cloned
Tenn., 66 years a=o. Lamb>> cial assortment ti DLO sale, 5 for _- _u $1.00
Browned Potatoes Creamed Onions South Florida arrived this morn- i 25c Indian Head 36 inch. I put at each ---__----__----._--. 75c $1.50 WASH

Bread Peach and Butter SHEETS, scalloped, 81x90 noseam : Monday Morning Special S 5 for'_..,:.-uo_ $1.00 Printed Chiffon Voile per DRESSES _.......... $1.19A
Ernest Ilutcneson! ef New York or Coffee ShortcakeTea :Milk\ -JarkMOVIIIe'a l*. l.K Hotel" no starch, 95 Beautiful Printed Voiles. yard -- ....._._..._--_.__.._... 25c

famed pianist, born in Australia, THE SEMINOLE at ___ ..__ C : One lot of LADIES' HATS, : 4 for ---__--..__..__._____ $1-OO Lace Curtains in all colors. GREAT HOSIERY OFFER
Very Special Dinner I values formerly' up to .___
64 years ago. CASES Readymade Grenadine Cur- pair hU.h_ __. 69c
Melon PILLOW match sheets scalloped to t $6.95 each, clear- tDleUUSee Qff: | : tains uu_.____...__._._ $1.00 40 inch Baronette Satin per Saturday and Moaday.

Fried Chicken & 25c f ance price, each -- at yard ___ _.__.._.___._. __
Prof. Herbert E. Bolton of the New Yams _-i.< S at __.________.____ Pastel Turkish Towels ? <48 Regular Chiffon and Service
American Braised Celery Tomato Salad I ( Window Display) 3 for _...--....._h. $1.0075c Crinkle Silk Crepe, yd. .... SOc $1.00 HOSE,
Univ. of Cal., noted Bread SB* Butter SILK BED SPREADS. fine 40 inch Closing! out all Mesh and other i __ 59c
Fresh Peach Ice Crvam I Rough Crepe, pair -... .......-..__
historian: born at Wilton, Wis., Coffee Wafer CBpiJacL.esvIil. quality, all Cl QQ II 15 EVENING DRESSES 2 for ........__.___ $1-00 Gloves. pair -..0u_-.---___.__ SOc Or 3
65' years age. colors I ....-..-_:..._..._ OJeO I to : former -, 39c Slip Silk all colors. Eyelet Batiste all colors per pairs __....._: $1.75
$6.95 $12.9nluel. .m..h .
yard ...____._______._ ..
$1.00 HOUSE DRESSES, I clearance price, S 4 for __._.*..*_.__._ $1.0O 49c 'Boy Now and Save
Howard W. Bishop, librarian ol sleeveless, fut r7t i each5_ $1.50 Boys' Longies, up to -
--------------- latest
the Univ. Michigan: born at colors_.-__--____ ___ _--- Ol' 18.---------------._ $l.00 shipment style Bathing SHOES :SHOES
WE TRANSFORM $1.00 Heavy Slip Satin. Suits in all new colors.

.Hannibal Mo., 6-1 years ago. {I CHILDREN'S DRESSES. beautifully 25 SPORT DRESSES former 1 % yard at _..___.___ $1.00 Beautiful New Silks in Summer Yon can still buy Good Shoes
: OLD CARS made, 7P $-t.95 to $7.95 values $1.50 Extra Size Wash Dresses. shades specially priced for here, broken stock,
Errett L. Cord, auto airplane i INTO NEW : B. CRI .ER.. FIcrMaFIIA9. ..'.._IrA at -,. ---.h.-... .. lOLLADIES' I clearance price, S2.95 at ..?,.-----..-..-- $1.00Children's Monday $2.50.yaJue .:_.-.._. O-LeOU
manufacturer barn:>> in Missouri,i each __ School Dresses. LADIES' UNDERWEAR
human, home-like 'Institution ----- ----- -
... SHOES. all colors, I 14 at ......_.___._... $1-00 UJudu$3.50 S1.88
41 years ago. I i where you will find y. 1. 1"4..1 I 7 to Another new shipment just :;
most and heels-
The economical einf.rt ... eatertaiBptrat a mat all styles Another ale PRINTED Heavy Unbleached Muslin, received including: Pajamas, ._- -..-.......
for to ter of great importance S1.50 S1.75 on 15c 8 yards $1.00 Dance Sets Children's Shoes
way a car-owner I BATISTE. DIMITIES andLAWNS regular Step-ins, Slips 96
\ \\\\'If''III I! -0- $1.50 Malbnson's Printed Chiffon pair _..__. $1.19 and C
restore his self-respect is A steel. fireproof fc.iUIK Ieale4 $1.98 per 15c I at ..__.__.____ $1.00 Etc.JUST IN-New line of
SPEND the heart o( the city "D yard .__ _. _. .
to let COLONIAL SERVICE -0--- u -.h 75c Extra Size Step-ins at Shorts and Slacks for Ladies, EXTRA SPECIAL
YOUR STATION* refinish Every Room with Combination Tub FULL FASHIONED; SILK 2 for .---..-.._..._._ $1.00 Misses and Children. 8t3fr lib 9:30 a, m.)
I: and Shower Hath. Radio. ElectricCeiling STOCKINGS, per I NEW SPORT LINENS FOR $1.50 Peep-In-Hole Crepe, SPECIAL SALE MONDAY

his car irk Duco. ; .'an, Slat Door for Summer pair .--__ _-_______h- __.... 65c DRESSES including the at ___.__.___u.--..__.__ $1.00 .. 3-year guaranteed Sheet PRINTED VOILES. PRLVTED"
VACATION Ventilation. Comfortable Beds withMattreaaea new Dusty Pink, SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER and Pillow Cases FLAXONS PRINTED PERCALES -
of Inner Spring Construction "" 35c
INVESTIGATEREASONABLE and Individual ; Reaa- CHILDREN'S RAIN r7 Ic t per yard uu__ ____ _...u SPECIALS I per yardlOc'-
j', THIS YEAR *IN : PRICES log Lamps. CAPES 00__ _.----h. Advance showing of New -mE-

RATES *!.(!. LADIES RAIN Qf f\f\ SHOES for Ladies, values to Travel Print Dresses at $4.95 STORE OF FASHION
FLORIDAycur I ___ OA.UU Navy Blue Tripple Sheer
7H II**..*. frlrate Bath ., -, .2e CAPES ---- --- $3.50, close out odds on
I Travel Dresses at $5.95
Colonial Service Station "O Keas. Private Bath 2.H u
hand all colors < Kf\ cli '. Loading Ladie Store
40 HMM. Private Bath *.eo SEE OUR BETTER DRESSESAT J | FOLLOW THE CROWD If yow wad any of theseI15PSS55
HEALTH! Clarence Crusoe Prop. 34 R-*M.. Private Bath XSO i sizes, special .--..___ OJLetlU ..
10 *''.!. Rv-m, Private Bath ....l j
occur AX' CT ,.