The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 27, 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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APPOINTS July Washington, and about the AS OLD STOVE ) Established At Start

27.The Florida Works same number of others have On Discussion Of Pend-
Officer Of Senate NEW COMMISSIONBy
Progress Administration today been approved by State Administrator ,. BESS FURMAN
Tradition Of announced tentative! (Br AI.... Press) I COUNTY
( AsaoebMed Pr.TALLAHASSEE. .--) intense interest to Key C. B. Treadway WASHINGTON July 27.-In -

July 27. plans to give employment I ECONOMIC SURVEY
Such Long Standing Governor Dave Skoltx has Westers and visitors who use the and sent to Washington for an excavation behind the green By HERBERT PLUMMER

board of during the month of August board fence that screens the

commissioners appointed the of new the Overseas highway and ferries for their to 31,769 persons by the expenditure final approval there. White House front portico housekeeping WELL\ UNDER WAYMANY \ WASHINGTON July 21Thobi.wee..l

HERBERT PLUMMER District travels to and from the city will 1
By Road and Tell Bridge hinderances of a hundred .
I August plans call for the White press conferences
(Mr Ala' P.->
named the following tocomposo of 1418833.33
,WASHINGTON July 27Wh and be the announcement of proposed years ago are being rectified by ,
its membership: in federal funds.So employment of 810 persons I Public Works Project No. 634. PjERSONS., HOWEVER i which have attained
.. "Cactus Jack" Garner allocated !. W. H. BurwoII and P. L repairs to the vessels and possible
Wilson. Miami. BenjaminD. far 144 Florila projects I at a cost of $32,380.25 in the It's a $152,981 job giving the HAVE NOT RESPONDED TO : great significance: daring the

to himself Ik. right of Trevor J. R. Stowers andState increase itt size of possibly two of I white House REQUEST OF RESEARCH, present administration; have taken
Senator Arthur Gomez have been approved in Key West area. A tradesman's entrance I I .
naming! senate conferees of them.
V Key WV.t. "- -- that doesn't cross the PresiI I SECTION FOR INFORMATION)I on even greater importance daring -

own choosing en controv.r.iaI! The idea is to have the fleet in dent's daily path for the first the last few weeks.

illation, be probably knew that.eventually INDEPENDENTSPIRIT first class condition for the coming JULIUS STONEARRIVED FRANK HILSON time since Andy Jackson The Monroe County Economic The Beaton is that for the
winter season with 'all 'of the (1829-1837) changed the

come senator woald SHOWN\ units in prime' running order TODAYWENT ARRIVES HERE back' door to the front by Survey is well under way, but time being President Roosevelt
have not respondedto
call 1.1.! hand.Thje power plants in 'perfect conditionand I having a north portico built.A many persons hat rescinded the rule, be estab.
: __ the request of the research section -
UNIT all other facilitie 'x-eno1'ated i II complete electric overhauling
ruddy-faced BY i DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AD. of the Key- West Administration hued at toe start ef his sessionswith
and improved. THROUGH TO HAVANA;] including a change 1
the heart of oao of tko mot for detailed information
relative -
> eorge Gibbs, proprietor of the HERE MINISTRATION COMES IN from direct to alternating, the Washington correspondents -
chjeriaked tradition of the ten- in which WILL RETURN current and eliminating old to their business activities
at Jacksonville
THIS IS SHOWN TO PREVAIL shipyard of not discussing legislation
ate, that of seniority.. For something the ferries were constructed was NEXT WEEK FOR CONFERENCEFrank wiring condemned by en- dcring the past t-vo years A. C.

AMONG REPRESENTATIVESIN gineers as fire hazards-th Manucy\ head of the section said pending in congress.
like ISO year those senators in Key West this week and made
costliest part of the projectSomething
REGARD TO WISHES RE. examination of the vessels. His thi morning. Rarely has Mr. Roosevelt ever
eboten to servo in what i.i sometime t an Julius F. Stone Jr., assistant to C. Uilson district direc- besides a make- Some firms unintentionally
were -
WHITE HOUSEBy report is expected with estimatesof shift kitchen for the first spoken: with as much vigor as he
called tko "third house" of CARDING Harry L. Hopkins. Works Progress federal housing administration -
tor of the omitted from the original mail-
I time bince stoves took the :
costs, etc., within afew days. did when he took the public
have been the ranking Administrator. who was recently cook- ing list, Mr. Manucy said. He requested -
congress Mr. Gibbs voiced an idea in I I witli: headquarters in Miami place of fireplaces for utility lobby to task at one of his
assigned as special organizer for ery-in Fillmore's time ((1850- that they obtain tabulation I
majority and minority member HERBERT PLUMMER_. changes of construction which will the adminiatrat'on arrived on the arrived on the Havana Special 1853). sheets from his office.A I press conferences. lie discussedthe
of tko committee in charge of a (Ky AMOTUtmi Pre appreciably increase the size of in the President's- number of sheets already have situation as regards the utility
One tins morning.! Housekeeping ;
27. Havana Special
1 this mo'ning from Havana
particular piece of legislation.None been- forwarded to the research!
the vessels and the arrangementsfor mansion has been a nightmare. holding company bill in hamtner-
other than the coholderof of the most striking develop comfort and better travel Accompanying; Mr. Stone is Ed. a business visit with H. C. Click Hundreds of chairs have to be office. but a much: larger number! and-tongs language. Not since he
the Ball the DuPont interests -'! have not done Small retail J
meats in Washington at present representing I so.
the title ofdean of the Democrats facilities. This idea is to cut the hauled about after every musicale] made known his attitude on the
is tho spirit of independence in Florida who. with Mr.\ I representative of the administration state dinners gotten through with business houses are failing to forward I ,
in the nenate-"Cotton Ed"
vessels in two at designated court's de ision invalidating -
a sailed this afternoon on the requested information supreme
I being displayed by the Louse 01repreaeat.tiye. I! in Key West.;: balky dumb waiters meals servedon I I f
__ Smith of South Carolina-took it to the known point and introduce another Sl'C-1 the Steamship- : Cuba, for Havana j I a hotel scale with the old hand I and it was pointed out that whatever -I NRA has the President ;

upon himself to chide the vice i tion between the two ends greatly I I Before leaving Mr. Ftone told i I Mr. Hilzcn was accompanied by system of washing dishes. All data they- may have could be displayed such FpJr1t.I .
in I wishes of the White House. increasing both the buoyancy of I The Citizen he would be in Havana ;: !" used advantageously in the sur!
president) for his temerity BO] Schroder field- representativeof : those first ladies who have had to If he agrees to keep the lid off
defying the traditions of that I Ever since March 4, 1933 the I the ships-as well as the carrying I until Thursday of next weekend t I endure it should be allowed to I vey.If- at these press conferences they

body. A member of the senatecontinuously' .house has been amenable to suggestions capacity. would return that afternoon I the administration from Washington feast their eyea on the blue prints data are accurate as submit-I are certain to become forums for
than 25 the other end of Whether or not this plan will for a short visit in Key West. chief ted by the individual business man
for more (: from D. C.; W. C. Butler : and tinted drawings on the desk sounding out the White House on
years.' Smith was moved to action Pennsylvania avenue. The wishesof be put in effect has not been decided underwriter and Fatio Dunham I: of Capt E. P.. Locke army ,engineer they- form an important index to, t every phasa ollhe-PrH d.n '? tax,

by Garnej's selection of conferees Mr.: Roosevelt,only had to be It was learned today but CUBKARfflvF4kTHIS Whitcomb'notel in in charge of the 'White the prosperity Dfa community legislation now being whipped into
of the
\ 'com meA to the 435'rep- that changes will be made in a manager I IM The research section plans _
on'thVttfitily Tdinipany knowu, it se House physical plant. shape by the house ways and
billII except one of whom resentatives and favorable action number of matters in connection I mL I II A New Dumb Waiter I provide tabulation sheets for filling t means committee.Huey's .

are in favor of the "death ..entence' -' was had on New Deal legislation. with the system is a foregone con MORNING Administration. : representatives in at the end of each subsequent -1 .
I I Some of the things they would month it was said. The Foreign Honors
provision. Through the 100 or so days of c:1usion. it is said.FUNERAL tre here to ins ect the progress of I
the last 1 ; I see would be one large work-shop,I rection: is anxious to receive replies -, Senator Hney P. Long of j
Smith Points Out the special session of congress 1I
,, E.
I of '
the work en the residence I I for the cook and assistant cooks; from its letters in order- ,tbat;Louisiana has his ups and downs
The senate committee which and during the regular session COMES Strunk. Jr. undr courseof I
a smaller .salad-mixing room entered it nay know what firmS; will,cooperate in other pla ea than Louisiana
had charge of the holding com itself the house almost unswervingly construction: in the Martello\
f I I through an archway with in- in the future. 1 and Washington least his
behind the admin FROM NEW OR. '
pany bill is that on interstate was HERE Towers subdivision, and take up j
either All information received is
I the-wall refrigerators! on ;
It frequently consented FOR F. LOPEZ 'with l name has.! 1
commerce. Smith twice has served istration. other matters in connection
LAST NIGHTStamhip I side waiters that will work \ and treated as"confidential ,
to being stifled LEANS I ; dumb Down> in .Paraguay a* .a result 1
as chairman of that committee graciously applications for leans which: have
going to a butler's- pantry material, it was empha zed. 1
up I of the: "kingfishV sympathyfor
and fbr number of has; by special rules.
a years been made. j
Passed HurriedlyThe I THIS MORNINGFIREMAN I! where there are coffee urns a, the Paraguayans in their- differences I
been Democratic Bills
the ranking I ; ;
C member. President's emergency I Cuba, of the P. and small dish washer and food MISS N. CASSIDY with Bolivia over the

"Despite this fact," said Smith 1 banking bill, for example was' I O. S. S. Company arrived this FOLLOWS PROGRAM; era farm-I Gran Chaco region, they- nameda
without the OZARK from Tampa with 22 In the min kitchen- will fort for him.
the house morning .
"not one word was said as to passed by '
whether or not I desired to go on members having road a line of it. 'passengers: for Havana and sever) IN REHABILITATION hotel-size electric .range of : LEAVES FOR HOME& Fort Senator Huey Long they

that conference committee."I ; It disposed of the bill
wish to have my constituents NRA within a few hours. !! VESSEL WEEK AGO FRIDAY I I of 87 passengers on the ---- I service ovens on either ; I only a short ,,while however before
i heaVY-I
have reliedon I train for Havana. I I central section of grills the Bolivians captured it. It
advised as to how it happens that Previous presidents ,' EXPRESSES GREAT DELIGHT j I
a rule which is so old has been, the senate rather than the OUT AT SEA I I Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde-., MAJOR GENERAL BASH ovens for stove-top cookery; 1 remained in their possession quitea

suddenly ignored." I house to carry the administra- Mallory Lines. arrived 8:15 o'clock!!I MENTS COM"I'ers and griddles above the stove ON VACATION SPENT IN while before the Paraguayans

Young Senator Sch'ellenbach'of tion's burdens. Senators are elected last night from New Orleans with, ON top. at the back. I were able to recapture it.

Washington a first-termer,'i for six years. It is more difficult The funeral of Frank Lopez was! heavy freight shipments for Key]I f CARRIED ON From this stove the cooks can ISLAND CITY : They like the Louisiana "" -

was presiding when "Cotton Ed" for lobbies to avenge themselves held this morning. 10 o'clock. from West and sailed 11:50 o'clock for turn about to a long work cabinet I in Paraguay. The latest
Miami and Jacksonville all enclosed white porcelain with I tribute to him when a
on senators than represen- the Lopez Funeral Home chapel. came
started but Garner quickly returned -
I : "J..J "wf St. Medina of the ame I top stainless steeL Beneath- i "My only regret in connection Paraguayan author
to the chair as the South tatives' because usually in a state Rev. A. L. MaureAu S. 1 1lIrry.s Freighter Persons in various parts of the prominent
Carolinian warmed wide race voting groups tend \ SUr of the Sea.' ''church.officiating. lines is due at Key West Mondtyl country reading through the this rust-proof work surface will with my visit to Key West is thatmy dedicated his most recent book to
up. are
from Galveston en routeto be controlled-current\ : compartments vacation is up and I must return Hyey.-
to nullify one another. evening \
He sat listening with a mis- more I I newspapers about the rehabilitation said Miss
I the New York. where cooked meats and to New York
representative must fireman n" Charleston MachinesThe
chievous- grin on his face'most: of A run Lopez was a I program carried on here by Deciphering
I consider Ozark of the) Clyde''I vegetable- can be kept warm to Noel Csssidv. who was the guest
the time and when- Smith had concluded every two years and some Steamship the Florida ERA. 4* 10 da of Mrs.. Angela war department- ,has installed
observed crisply: I I] it the better part of political wisdom Mallory Lines. Shorttjftt the MRS.:DAY WILL A letter has been recelHa: .here the. moment,of serving. I for Vaughan at;s the home on Ann a battery of cOd e'deciphering

"The chair has taken- the re- f.o "play ball"-chances: of vessel left Miami Friday'morning,1 from Maj. c-n. L. H. Bash .. Pots'Get New Hooks j street machines which ha enabled it

ponstbility of appointing conferee reelection are better.In en route to Ne v'Orleans. July, 19. quartermaster general, U. S. Ain '., Pots and pans will have their Before departing on the train to set its secret communications

If the senate! (desires to recent weeks however. his body was found with >a bullet a ATTEND SCHOOL which he says in part. "I have dust-proof compartments insteadof yesterday a.ternoon Miss Cassidy system at the fastest pace in history

take the responsibility the chair there's been a decided- assertion of hcle in the head. Evidence- was' followed- the news in the papersconcerning I dangling: as they- do now. Even told! The Citizen that never has .

will be very happy and very much independence on the part of the conclusive he had committed sui t .1.1lIrs. the rehabilitation that the mopboards will be so shaped' she been to fortunate as to be:: en-I I Spokesmen- for the military

delighted. The senate put up- house 'and, what it a real matterof cide.C.. I \ Mary Dry. teacher of the the F. E. R. A. is attempting to they cannot collect dust. tertained by such hospitable people -I high command say the new machines
E. at Key- West. .
on the. chair the obligation and concern to the administration Smith agent Citizenship School. night classes.! make in Key Wes.- I have a great In the salad room, also equipped as met in Key West and if possible also could be of material

duty of appointing conferees and it may grow. was advised the vessel was to and put i' for the WPA organization: in Key! affection- for that place and only with a !stainless-steel salad she will return next year. I aid in breaking down intercepted

he is going: to try so far as possible !. There's still left on the calen- in at Key West with the body for West. plans! leaving this evening hope that, in the qndeavor to put preparation counter and white "The weather has been- delightfully I code messages- in time of war.

to select conferees who rep- dars of both house and senatq. that it would be necessary. summoned acoroner's for Tallahasree where she will at- the town back upon its financial porcelain cabinets, will be a cool and I have had a won- i Full details of the machines arewithheld '

resent- the sentiment of the sen "must" legislation which the I jury to be tend- summer school for teachers feet they jo not vulgarize it intoa I cabinet for that invention of derful time." for reasons of military :

ate. President- says must be enacted and the authorities office notified.informed I at the Florida State College for. cheap imitation of Miami." about a century- ago ice cream. Another New York guest of policy. but they operate in much I II

Lost One Distinction before congress can be adjournedsine The sheriff's was Women.- i General Bash's letter was writ Nearest the East Room where Mrs. Vaughan is Miss Helen the same manner as statistics-

As a matter of fact. Senator die. of the tragedy Roberts and Peace Justice A committee made up from !I ten to friends in Key West. i:musicales are given there will bet Bailey who is: also having a won- I recording machines used by business
Frank O. coroner
Smith felt no personal slight for A rebellious house could work summoned investigate. those attending- the school classes a storage room for all those 1 derful time she says but will be- bouses.
being left off the list of con- havoc with these plans. ex-officio. Examination a jury showed express their appreciation of Mrs.I I II gold chairs that match the gold forced to retain home next weekat Where formerly- it took several

ferees- on the holding companybill Must' Bills Pending that the deceased had placed an Day's activities. and wish her a DEFINES AREA OF piano and for other furniture the expiration of her vacation I h9urs to decode a message of sub-

despite all his seniority! on the. There's- the utility holding company automatic to his ear and pleasant stayin the state capital I II : now being worn out by haulage. period. stantial length by the employ 1

interstate commerce committee.! bill still! hanging fire toNY ,1 fired the fatal gun shot' while attending the school of in I NE\V\ BOULEVARD I Nearest the swimming pool is ment of code books it now is po ,

Serving as a conferee- at best i is' nothing: of the amendments to i struction. They hope she vill : to be the. carpenter chop tool 'sible to make'the) translation in a -

an arduous task particularly on 1 TVA, the Guffey coal bill and the Friday'morning of Frank Carbonell the jury Charles composed -- soon return to the Island City to I ---- room, general handy shop. and a MRS. E. LUYBENARRIVES few minutes. '

such controversial- legislation: as administration's proposal for Curtis. Armando Machin. CharlesF. 1 I resume her duties in connectionwith I I storage place from which refuse I'I'i

the holding: company bill. ..wider distribution of wealth. Manuel, E. R. Albury. Jr., and the teaching of night classes. SHOWN TO BE THAT RUNNING'I may be hauled away. In between IN OH j. SINGLETON" J

There is, however the loss! of Thee and others are on the"must" Melville M. Russell returned- a FROM WHITE ST. TO 1 are servants' locker rooms wine i

one distinction in the senate whichhe schedule. verdict to the effect that Lopez j cellar, receiving place and storageroom I ,
to interpret what BERTHA ST. for tradesmen's- IMPROVING '
feels- keenly. Any attempt supplies;, NOW
very I came to his death from a bullet- in .
to be the show of firmness HABANA-MADRID CLUB and M'rs. Ed Lnyben, who was
For years'- Smth; has been I appears wound in the head which was a storage place for wood for and has
known to his colleagues- as the.enate !I being displayed) 1 by the house sell inflicted. i, the many fireplaces. Key West two years ago,
] necessarily is limited The complexion TONIGHTDANCE, Boulevard is the A new servants dining room been awaiting another opportunityfor
I Atlantic ,
foremost authority on Since then until today the body proposed yesterday from Joseph E. Singleton, who went
of things in Washington. : I : running from within the present structure a visit arrived
: ,
Until legislation thorojrli'sre completes -
cotton. recently no ; i. was held in the vaults at the Lopez Tenn. accompanied to Miami last Sunday: to consultone
affecting this commodityever these days is changing as rapidly' Funeral- Home. Yesterday Mrs. Whita street to Bertha street and the remodeling plan. her home in '
r58 her nephew, Her. of the doctors there relative
without his weather. has been under consideration for by
niece of the
passed congress. Avelina Lcpez Perez feet
of Akron Ohio. to the condition of one of his
stamp of approval. deceased arrived from Jacksonville several months !by the local admin- bert"bolrey.
PRICES botheredfor
THIS when here last. with which be has been
For Member and Guests Mrs. Luyben,
Then Senator Bankhead- of Alabama -I DRESSED POULTRYReady and made arrangements for istration. WEEK. WATERPROOFINGAUTO at the home of Captain some time, is reported to be

put through the cotton production Cook I the service and interment. Music by Habana-Madrid This information is in reply to'I TOPS and RUST. was a and guest Mrs. C. D. Harrington on. improving." lie entered the hospital

control act and generally: to Lopez was well known to a number Orchestra more than 50 queries which have PROOFING FENDERS. This trip she and' upon his arrival} there.
has been out in front on all cot. CALL 880 of Key Westers. He was 53 been received since publication in White streft. at the Advice. received state that he

ton legislation He has become. Any Hour years old and was an American SCRIPT $1.00 The Citizen, Thursday! July 25, of I Ackerman Service Station her nephew Colonial have and registered will remain for/expects to return' to Key West

one of the senate's foremost authorities -l ti Fulford's Poultry Farm citizen having been awarded his the lists of projects in this county Whit at Catherine Phone 522 Hotel month. shortly.
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r Publlahed$itv Daily OTegt J.xeer Sunday CUCien By f ."WE MISS YOU, DADDY" KEY WEST IN HOWDYKEY: < WEST! t[ TODA V'S WEATHER ]1 SERMON SUNDAY -

The editorial in
THE'. CITIZtN BUSHING! CO. INC. following was printed'" DAYS GONE :BY _
1. P. -aHTM\\ President FOR OFFICIALS
the Rockville Connecticut Journal about L I
JOB ALOEA..i.taat. 11..1.... Manager I By RED KERCE .. a
f .| .. irbm The Citizen Bulldinr a year ago. Thereafter, to the editor's Happenings Here Just 10 Years ... ......... .. Temperatures WEATHER CONDITIONS !
Corner tir_B. and Ann Streets Ago Today As Taken From !. tt .!4!....." ...
a surprise, it was reprinted by most of the The Files Of The Citizen Highest .. .. .. _- .... I
Only Dally Newspaper in Key, West. and llonro state A white horse ridden by a nude Lowest .....:..:.:.::-::....:....:=::=::=!, I Rains occurred during the last I; There will be a special sermon

JKnt. lief neat. Florida.County i other papers of the and was used by girl drew the,majority of attentionin Mean\ .......m"'"'''''''' ...........h..80 24 hours over the South Atlantic I delivered tomorrow evening
r d at as aacond--class-matter' highway safety officials, insurance companies After week's visit with Mr. a New York sidesnow. A clear Normal; Mean ......................._.84 land Gulf Dal, beginning at 8 o'clock, at the
FIFTY-SIXTH EAR and Mrs. Sam McClintock and proof of the. fact that regardlessof States and m the

Mraibrr .( the A..elated PfttIa accident prevention organizations, family Mr. and Mrs. William B. one's tendency to make en as, Rainfall kotas and Minnesota Elsewhere i Fleming Street Methodist Church

'Th for. Associated Press I. exclusively entitled to use motorists' publications and by others who Albury left this morning over the I 01 himself, origin lity counts. Yesterda 's Pixcipitatior .68 Ins.I the weather was fair. for city and county officials.
republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to I
It the or local not otherwise credited In. this paper and also are fighting the great war against the toll F. E. C. for their home at Rock Normal....... ree.rd PreeiStatiouil,.!.....r. :U-.r ....In...... Pressure conditions are unimportant -j ..\ special section of pews will .b..
news published of automobile deaths. Here it is-and any {Harbor. Mr. Albury said that Sliver is popular almost anywhere i i-t..I.. .t H.'eloek 1ki..r.iat.. .. except for an incipient' reserved! for visitors. The pastor:
that section is being developed this day! and time, except; in T9m rrow.s Almanac i will use as hilt theme. "Polities and
JUICPIALASSOCIATION motorist will surely think twice about tak- rapidly and with number sud- the hair') .. i: disturbance off {the Carolina coast j : "
a of Sun rises ...-...m_... .. 6:53 a. m.St.n Otatesmanlhip.
C/H..e./u.t.. 19.35 ing chances after reading it: divisions in the making. Surveyors seta .-. ... ._._.-. .' 7:1p.. m.i Viand; another over west Tennessee, \\nev. of the officials are also

+ -- "Tuesday morning there was a fatal are busy laying out plats and After a silent look, at the latest I Moon ruses ..... .. .....; -I;11 a. m-i[ :Mississippi and northern Alabama. invited' to be in attendance.

SlBSCniPTlOV RATES! the: subdivision owned by T. T. Mr. Mae West, it is essily.under.stood ; Moon sets. ... ............ 6:10 in.1 Temperatures about normal i
On. ..... ......_... p. are .
Tear 10.00Ftx Hill
_._"m. / accident on the Jlinterburn and whim and W. W. Thompson being why they referred to ........................
Months LOS is: tsf01 Tomorrow's
Three Months '_"." ... ... 2.6. the medical examiner was going throughthe pushed. Modern homes and hotels 'gotten men. Tides | in all sections except from Okla-i j Today's Horoscope
One Month _........-._. I A,Ai. P.M.'i horns northward over South !>.-1
Weekly :=J! pockets pf the dead man a tele- to with be accommodations ert'cted.Friends for 25 are "I Know Three Thousand i High .... ............. *.12 9.41 1 kota where they are slightly above'!.................,...,,.

ADVERTISING RATES I' gram was found. It was not very long, I Lunatics Lor .....:....__....... 1:10 3.2IJ the seasonal No ,
Mid known I Today indicates
on application: the title: of a new book average. nia-j a person of "sensitive -
SPECIAL NOTICE just the! ordinary ten-word length, but it of Mrs. Marcy B Darnall wfr:n't, lucky! it is for them, based I paromrter 8 a. m. today: : terial changes in temperature have disposition and a very poW'-'
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of Sea level, 30.02WEATHSR
respect, obituary notices, ets,'will be charred for at was a message that would make any fa- will be pleased to learn that Fhewill Ion the present session! of coi gress. occurred since yesterday morning. !. erful mind. The native is pru-
the rate of 10 cents a line.Notices l leave her ___ I S. M. GOLDSMITH dent and patient, capable of great
churches from which ther happy. It read: WE MISS YOU home in Florence, FORECASTTill ,
for entertainments by in Charge '! (concentration
Be sure the world will find Temporarily and application.
Ala. you
a revenue Is to be derived are ( cents a line. about August 8 and will
The Citizen is an open forum and invites discussion DADDY. WHEN ARE YOU COMING I motor as far as Jlom.e tead. Fla. out, i iC you frequently} fall in. I ( 8 p. m., Sunday) 'There i1 !elf-re-traint' diplomacy
of pUblic issues and subjects of loral or general and keen observation It will be-
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications HOME? I and there entrain for Key West. Key West<< and Vunuty: Local: PASTOR SELECTS
She will be Governor. Talnradge says the thundersnoners tonight and Sun- I well)) not to incur the resentmentof
"That was all. It sent accompanied by her 1
was a message ,
this ,
New stolen from the who carries the
daughter Louise, son Marcy! B.,I Deal was Republican" person
Unlike the horse, men. can be drivento I by one of the children of the man who was Jr., and Miss Phjliss Rahner. Inasmuch as the governor ; : GREAT SUBJECTS t capability of being a malicious.

drink, and like it. killed. He had received the message and During tht'ir'stay in the city I was stolen; also, fr.>m a native ; .. .I[ unrelenting enemy capable. of

wa, homeward bound. The clothes were Louise will be guest of Miss zoo. i I -- I waiting patiently for revenge.

Ghee is clarified butter used in In- minus money but in his pocket he carried Euphemia Bott while the others t The man who: lie behind jour Rev J. B. Culpepper Jr.. will t Million( o." Mar files recentlywere
will at the Over Sea
stay IIoteL for his
Lack isn't than the use subject Sunday evening bio:vn in-c Fre-no. Calif..
dia. Now will someone inform what is that message. any worse one .
I who talks fa'oniiMe to your face f I at the First Methodist where ..hc>-' lied!, as usual but
haw? "Those who have little children, and Melvin E. Russell county supenntefident while pointing a revolver throughh :r iJ l4 (Stone) Church' "The Unpardonable ore night.:

those who little of public i instruction, C Sin." What is it* Who can --
were once can I pants' rockets at y"' '' rU i
For the present the weather is with has been notified by W. S. Caw-, commit it? These will be answered -
think of the blow to the
great ,children thor; state! superintendent that In with all their
the the politics, good
Ethiopians. far heat has killed r
!! r when, the father did return home-DEAD. teachers over the state will have!' &lO bad q:I4ht; :e. a pair of SHS1 Thundershowers the pastor. HOTEL. .
seventy Italian_ soldiers and ,workmen. to stand an examination on the 1 : Rev. Culpepper !says people are
'Daddy' will be missed by those.children } )senders are re'iaLIe! supporters i ii
l Constitution of The United States i ffay; gentle to moderate cast and I interested] in such great subjects' I In the Center of the Business
in the long years ahead. No The Nazis do not belieA> in religion, > The- examination will be held on i SURPRISE: Hjey !hasn't told winds.' I as Heaven. Hell and the Unpardonable and Theater District :,l
? : will they have his support, his earnings;, 'August 2(1 and 22. Applicants for( anyone reccrt'y to go set on a florid' Local thundershowers Sin. and the human- heart.. .
yet they state Hitler is the. Holy Ghost, Graduate State for ight ar-J Sunday. 'longs to know.
Certificates meet-
and, more important, his companionshj'p.: :I t-ik. .First ClassFireproof't,
the true light that illuminates our path." ii4: all other requirements, cannot Ja "If ever there was a reason for peo- I and East GulfGertie variable ;t
and it is that
actually receive their certificatesuntil I \Ve aren't the !'cist bit sui.nscd in advance expected i
pie driving more carefully on the road, it they have parsed this required -' at Gertrude Ste>n'scndoreemen.: of winds over port portion and gentle 'there will be a large crowd out, COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI '.
Gas is an aid in the cure of insanity, I east or southeast winds over Sunday evening to hear Rev. Cul I-I i It t
is that they might get in an accident and examination. ,. Iiuev Lo:i*. Am one \t'o writes !
according to medical offi- south portion and partly overcast who has been preaching I
a government like Gt'rtrl'de :s bound to talk pepper Carafe Elevator
deprive their own child or some other childof I weather ton iht and withscattered
? to since hu
cial. Then why do Senators act that way? Dr. Lewis H. Keller, former t that way. large congregations! I Popular. Prices. :
their shower I
'Daddy'. Yale Divinity student! graduate arrival in Key vest I

"More be written but let 1 i ._ .
might just and new superintendent of Congregational ;I I -- '- -- -- ---'---- - ----
A Flemish scientist declares that talking n
us repeat those words: 'We miss you, I churches in Florida,; Today In History C -
is less fatiguing to women than to men. will arrive here tomorrow
Daddy. When are you! coming home?" and will in the morning First I.;: ......................d
Those scientists are simply finding out J Hoodwinked
everything. t church Sunday evening. D. Kelleris 1794-''Reign of Terror" in'. be I

RELIGIOUS FANATICS! a noted orator and the people I' Paris: ended with execution 011 t 't toy
generally of Key West are invited: Robespierre. 'on

Folks are ,so meddlesome. When an to hear him. i __ .t P ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo
Frequent attacks on the Jews of I II I IgCC-Successful!! Atlantic cable .
Indiana man w'a peacefully supportingtwo I
Palestine by fanatical Moslem Arabs illustrate The lighthouse Tender Sundew completed when last connections ttt the original Dans 100% Pare Paint

wives on $35 a week the neighbors up the unfortunate fact that theworld's left this morning for Rebecca 1 1' v.ere made at Heart's Content- Be sun-, to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rcmrMarr

and had him arrested for bigamy. Shoals light which is to be,1;i Newfoundland, with Ireland. look for Davis 100% Pure Paint ha often keen vex.
most violent and unreasoning .'*a '.r imitated but never.upl teL w10"
1 changed from a vapor type light: this Label =
hatreds stilt have their source in differ-' to an acltylone} type. Machinists'I 18C6-By Act of Cong-ess, lot- t' nO% Pure Paint conforms withall =:=yI

Some years ago, a popular ballad Harry Shaw and Wm. Vassie ; tery matter excluded from mail I, pore paint Laws and it the only paint :.=:::-
ences over religion, as has been the case are
titled "Nobody Loves, Fat Man" was all end all letter carriers required to I Al P11tca that carries a guarantee of pant
on the vessel to make the necessary !-
from the earliest times.In be PAINT :
the rage. Gallantly, the song made i\o changes and adjustment i uniformed. Cook far this Guarantee on the Label
all zealots
allusions to women similarly situated.The ages religious The new type of light is of the i 1903-Orville Wright made anew w.Vw..een.wta.wwhaa.......w-t.e..eI-...__
sought to exterminate those of other faiths, kind which is automatically extinguished
world's record for the snriwta *n mti kv w m BchMMr* and aoU >nrm ai Dnten only,
aero- I
in the apparent belief that by .so doing and lighted and after plane) (carrying a passenger at TIlEH.IlDAVlSD eta***<* JS9 BALTIMOREMD
new president of the AmericanBar the light has been changed kee-
they would gain the favor of the Almighty. Fort Myer, Va.. being in air 1
association tried his hand at newspaper Persecution, torture and wholesale massacre pers will not be necessary.P. hour, 12 minutes. 40 seconds. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J

work first, but smart enough to
was have been employed to this end, Ross- Roberts, member of city I 1919-Serious black-white race .
leave it for a more lucrative profession.No -- ---- -- ----- -
council, announces in this i issue!':
both and civil- riots in Chicago !
among savage supposedly began-mi tia_ ,
of The' Citizen for re-election -
called out. -Jorr4r4r4.rwi_ _

insignificant reason for our depression ized peoples. from the !sixth': ward. Mr. Robertsis I .... ..!......!.!... .....................,............. .............
It is interesting to recall i in this con- chairman of the finance com- ... .._...JlI... Ledlsg !Ie..'" .
is the 4,000,000 women who have
mittee and until recently was .
nection the approval by Rev. Cotton Ma-
entered industry since 1914, many of chief clerk in the; freight depart- THE SEMINOLE .
ther, foremost scholar of his day, of a plan
ment of the Florida East Coast)
whom are depriving heads of famjlies of
: to capture William Penn and his band of Railway. f s =

their jobs. Quaker on the high seas while on their I \ IKE EPOUTJ'
Editorial comment: Doctors are P 1I t
s way to America and sell\ them into"slavery.
It m.ay be interesting to know, especially being asked what to do for sore
Mather wrote in 1682: eye!. Politicians! are asking'what
to climbers, that Henry h.
to do for heads.
"Much spoil may be made by sellingthe sore
Doherty big shot in these parts, was
once a newsboy in Columbus, O. Citizen whole lot to Barbados, where slaves Key West friends; of Bishop and I That Pesky Mosquito : .

fetch good prices in rum and sugar, and we Mrs. H. R. Hul e of Havana .will '.

newsboys, please take notice.A shall not only do the Lord a great serviceby be interest:I,! to learn of the engagement ... .._....II.. FIvrMaCIIAS. .

punishing the wicked, but we shall of their daughter Miss B. C.HIXF-H. Mmmmgrt .. -- __ ._ -
in Philadelphia who claims to Mary Hulse to James Stickney. Jr. A human, home-like institution : 1
make great gains for His minister and. i i wber you will find y..r Im4t\l4mt Knock! Dp\vn
. The marriage will be a socialeventof'the I,c..f.rt sad rmttrlmtmmrmt. a matter Y : Screen Wire
be 104 years of age was hit on the head bya f. ,1 i. F ,
people. J Cuban capital an: ef great Importance -
foul ball at a baseball game he was wit- The same i intolerant spirit exis4"iI\: 'Aagust 18. The'ceremony will be : -o- Screen Doors

nessing.i The centenarian's opinion of the pdtt 'ormM f in the Holy Trinity A steel. fJre.rr.. ..11.... loratrd. .11' 18c
our own day, not only among the fanatical Chlhedrat; I !. the_. heart. ef the. rltyKr i ; .
ball in accord with that of . ; .
was definitely ...7 .. 85c L.
Arabs, but the zealots of all:'fdtth j J. ;). .rx-. Room. with. Combination Tub .
the umpire. including many .who call themselves 'Jl D.'Rahner. general passengeragent I and Shower" Bath Radio Electric '_ Yard Up
!'of'the Florida East Coast Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for SummerVentilation :
Christians. .j I Comfortable Beds with
Ethiopia spent for its membership in i i RAilwav, announces the schedulesfor ,o Mattresses of |nner Spring COR- '
'-the 'road becoming effective T ruction and Individual. Rea'- Adjustable :
the League of Nations the sum of $213- SCRAP METAL August 1. The two trains morning'and ':I:ling Lamps. nATr SCREEN -

180, and when she applied for the help to :!afternoon to and from Key [',I Slagle : I WINDOW i
West will maintain the. :'Ts'" n_.... Private Hath SUM ENAMEL
which she was entitled she got the cold same'schedules a.. "**... Private Hath _.. 2.W .a
Some months ago shipping circles as ,are- now m effect.. !]4. !*__.. Private hath S." SCREENS SREFN
shoulder. Not getting her money's worth took note of the fact that Japan was buying {24 R.M .. Private Itath _-_ &.:Ie \ 1M1iaIdl b J
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Subscribe Sample RIB Private Bath 28c
she should follow the lead of Germany and to The Citiun20ewt't'kly
considerable scrap metal in this coun- SLIGHT. .. INCREASE: FOR OOLBLO.
Japan and withdraw. Dropping money in- |J OCCUPANCY 80cuP
to the Orient. The _
try for shipment explanation ..
to slot machine returns is
a without any a was that Japan lacking ore deposits .. ---
foolish practice.The required the metal to manufacture L - HU_ .-. Hi

shrapnel shells and other missiles! of

American Bar Association which death. We will! be pleased to have you consult us about i INSECT i

recently convened in Los Angeles declared -
Significantly, Italy has recently en- how you can

itself against essential changes in tered the American market to purchase i SPRAY

the Constitution, absolutism in i
against scrap metal. Incidentally, Italy has a j -
government as a"ijecessary prelude to so-
scarcity !of ore deposits and some imperialistic Build
called economic ""planning, and against a"scrapofpaper" designs in Africa. Buy, or 1 Pint 15c 1 Quart 25c"

attitude towards the Con
I Refinance Your
stitution. To this stand all right-minded HERE'S HOW! ,Home

citizens can subscribe.Although' -- i 1/2 Gallon 49c 1 Gallon 95c i

We are really intrigued at the adroit .
repair b
or or modernize
it looks like a stone and appears action of the National Education Associa-1 any type; pf .: J .._ .

to grow like a plant, neverthelessthe tion. Recently it recognized the power of building on i insured credit i .

coral is an animal, itself composed of the Federal government by asking 500 j S South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

myriads of little animals called polyps. million dollars qf federal l aid for the nor-j

The engraving of coral, which abounds in mal education; of the youth of the coun- The First NationaliBank: of f Key West II'
Phone 598 Whjte and Eliza Streets"Your
Florida could be developed into a pro try. I !

fitable industry in Key West, and should Moreover it Approved Mortgage Under the i
paid proper deference, to I ( :
receive the attention of the FERA, in its states' rights by insisting that educational t I .home is wpf thy of the best" '.:

endeavor to make this community self- policies be' left ,under. state and local l con"' FEDERAL.HOUSING' ADMINISTRATION j .. ..

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Chicago at St .Louis.

r.VOrj/5. .. etmettI sister that she bad mall'I I -. - : -- -- Detroit at Cleveland.
seen the --- -- ---- -- .
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efirvina. IflwrI foiea ft Rex SPRTSTWO ) Washington at New York.
I JffM>t...wMnie (. vrdrr ... irpvnrt ager in Maiden I Lane that morning FIRST METHODIST CHURCH | FIRST BAPTIST
) kmrlt. Hut Kef ",.... uez.V.e.U and that they were going to rehearse I Boston! at Philadelphia.NATIONAL
alter two yexr* q4t w.w '
again for 'the suburban tour In Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts
L nrl miial *ee-M key 4ere>t OH, a --o.-r -- Eaton Street, Between Duval and LEAGUESt.
I.e ..ct- ..rhn, Rsz AI. #4. wfek week's time. John E. Culpeptr Jr. Pastor -
jlqpft A".cr" ..s .Ir..'.... ......_ Simonton Streets hAUlS al Pittsburgh.
Iorturer. A... Ken tell, ,........ that Laurie said nothing more abont Church Sunday ichool opens at James S. Day, Pastor Cincinnati at Chicago.

...........,..rc Up*.In....ttm..,.. loall.rrx..Afrt of two a. the pin. 1000; a. m., under leadership of Bible School at 9:45 a. m. New Yori! at Brooklyn.

But. two mornings later. when -- Gerald Saunders, general super- Captain O. T. Pogue, superinten Philadelphia at' Bo!'ton.
Glad had gone out early to spend intendent. Each: department meets dent., -

Chapter I* the day with one of her girl friends GAMES IN BASEBALL 4MHERE : TIGERS JUMP TO in its own assembly room. Rev. C. A. Cox, supply pastor ;of denomnlations are invited t'

GLADYS ARRIVES in the troupe and Laurie was heIWlug II .11 Morning worship at 10:45 will preach both morning and evening attend.

> Mrs: Budd to make the beds be- o'clock. Subject. : -Will A Man services at this church'during

''HE arrival of her'slater' Gladys' fpre she left for the office,'she stayed SOCIAL LEAGUE TOMORROW FIRST! PLAcEAMERICAN IN! Rob God." the absence from the city of Rev.

was a relief- ss well as a joy to behind to tidy up Glad's room. and I Epworth League meeting at CHRISTIAN SCICNCE SOCIETY

aurle. saw a glittering object at tbe bottom 7:00 : Miss Vanessa Day.Morning
I LASTEVENING \ LOOPSECURE p. m. worship at 11
She found herself tlleompre nsl.Ii of the wardrobe. 327 Elizabeth Street
: By JOVE) leader. Subject: "The Strong Obligated to
|! anxious for Rex Moore's saIet)'. It was!! a gold cigaret case. A jery I Sunday 9:30
Evening worship service at 8 the Weak. a. m.
There will be a baseball ,
In her two years' work at Albery'* expensive looking one. obviously 'j game
ADMINISTRATION DEFEATS TOP POSITION AS o'clock. Subject: "The Unpardonable The Baptist Training Union Sunday morning service at 11
|lie bad beard mnctr real afternoon the I
so mortf than Glad initials were engraved, tomorrow at Navy c'clock.
Sin. meets at 7 o'clock.
be, general public of accidents. ml- 01)) It. SERVICE TEN AND CAVE 1 Field, weather permitting, be- RESULT OF DEFEATING INDIANS Mid-week prayer and praise ,I Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Wednesday evening service at
f or and major. She had been stupid: Laurie frowned and a pang ot I I,
:tween the Pirates and a picked service! on Wednesday at 8:00 p. I Subject: "The Constraining Love 8 o'clock.
om surprise when she asked him dismay through her. It was s I INN UNIT DOWNS LIGHTHOUSE ; WASHINGTON WINS "
thetrfer his flight over Central beautiful thing. as!!'simple and costlyas team. The rival pitchers will be m. of Christ." Reading room in Society build

Lfrlca to search for the missing air the handbag Mr. Albery had given I CREW Robert Bethel and Joe (House) OVER YANKEES Choir rehearsal on Friday eve" All other regular services will ing open Tuesdays and Fridays

hen was dangerous. She knew It at Easter. i -- I ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph be carried on during the week. from 3 to 5 o'clock.
Casa, of the old time Sluggers and <*s>ccial to The villaes)) Gerald Saunders
pas. All Iong-diatancefiIghta. were. (By JOVE) Sawyer organist; -
fangerons' BUT this was quite a different! mat- I I The Social League played two I Pirates. The fans rememberI NEW YORK, July 27.-The Detroit choir director.

'But she could not understand old duels these Tigers took holdof first 1 I PENTECOStAL MISSION SAINT. PETER'S CHURCH
t why She herself was only an ordinary I more games of their schedule last I those pitching two
he. felt as she did. She reasoned girl whom nobody would loot I I night at Bsyvie'v Park. I staged on more than one occasion place in the American loop by (Colored)

Hh* herself. He was nothing to her. at twice. And Mr.' Albery had been I I' In the first game the Administration on this same field. virtue of having defeated the FLEMING STREET METHODIST i I 909 Olivia Street Center Street, Between Petvonia

jjo more than any other airman doa ( pleased with her ork. (it was ,' with a revamped lineup.I j I The other members of the club Cleveland Indians and that of the CHURCH Wm. Skondeen, Pastor and Olivia

his job. lie had gone out of hiakay becausebe, thought so munch ,of. Rex I dfeeated the Service ten by an 8'' are well known to the fans of the Yankees losing to the Washington I I Sunday morning worship, 11 Mass, 8 a. m.

to be horrid to her. He was Just Moore that he was so kind to her. I to 4 Ecore. city. The game will be called at Senators. The Ben eJs lead New Cor. Fleming and William Streets I o'clock. Solemn Evensong and Benediction

laking use of her for as long as it Bat Glad. who drew 'al1] m n'l Tynes. for the office crew allowed 3 p. nuSOCIAL York by one and a half games. Shuler Peels, Pastor Sunday school for all 3:30 p. of the Mo
butted him. Why -should she- worry eyes with her beauty whowas only six' hits and two earned Washington Senators down- Church school meets at 9:45a. m. 7 p. m.

bout him? young. wbo'natur lly loved pretty. I William N. Knowles Church school 8 a. In.
runs, while Ortega also pitcheda. : ed the New York Yankees with m. sup. I Sunday night evangelistic service
(n a few days however she found! costly things Laurie!! could I good game but support behind LEAGUE Linke and Hayes pitching excellent erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship 7:15 o'clock. Sermons at 8 a. In. and 7 p. m.

-_ him was an ontstanung ccntribu- ball and as a result of this game. .Bible Class meets? in the pas I I Tuesday, 7:15 p. m. prayer and Week-Day' Services

tion to his defeat. .TO PLAY TUESDAY the Yanks dropped from their tor's study. The pastor is the praise service. Mass on Tuesday and Thursday

Leading hitters were Wickers.j i. league-lead, which trey have held teacher. Friday. 7:15 p. mv fellowship at 7 a. m.

Cooper Baker and Kooler. -In the for so long: a time. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. meeting. Litany and Sermon on Wednesday

field, Baker: Nicholas, Pinky! The Chicago Cubs triumphedover Sermon subject: "The Gospel Of Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' and at 7:30 p. m.

Johnson and Bill Powell played j I (By JOVE) the Cincinnati Reds 5 to 1. Christ." girls' church. Confessions: After the Wednesday

8 well. ;[ On Tuesd/; night the Bermuda and are now two rnd a half games Intermediate Epworth League evening service.
ir'rp. In the second game the Cave I Bakery will pLy the Lighthouse I behind the, Giants in the National meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Yenda-!

.- '. w=---7 Inn ten won from the Lighthousecrew I} jn the fi'!;t game of a Social I League race. line Watkins, superintendent. CATHO14C CHURCH

S I' eVY I' iZ.L 'i by a 14 to 13 score. 1 League iblehcader and the I The summaries follow: Young People's.,League meets:]I I SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST

"-. vc' t The leading hitters were M. Service: will: tacile the S. B. Beer I NATIONAL LEAGUE at 7 p. nx Miss Mary Felton.;I St. Mary's Star of the' Sea... CHURCH

I i-v Efquinaldo! Dion and E. Garcia.In .I'| in the second contest ; At Chicago R.H. E. president. il Rev. Wm., Reagan, S.; J.-,,

the field, E. Garcia and Ogden j On Friday night the Cave Inn Cincinnati ........._......-...._ 193 Evening worship service at 8:00 I in charge (Colored)
Order of service for this Between Thomas
will the Administration and Southard Street'
for the Cave boys. and Dion. Billy Chicago m..h. 581 o'clock. Sermpn by the pastor: I
Dementt and F. Stickney for the the Lighthonse play tie S. B. Beer Batteries: Derringer Brennanand "Politics and Statesmanship." The church: and Emma Streets
; 1 in the second, *me. Sunday morning Masses win b(, William Perkins, PastorG.
Htrcon ere-. Lombardi! French and Hart- county and city officials are cor- I
: said at 7 and 9 JO o'clock. Williams Leader
Score. by, innings: R. II. E. nett. dially invited to this service. .
First Cam I Mid-week prayer and Bible Week-day Mass'at 7 o'clock. Sabbath. School: (Saturday), 10
Service ._ 000 310 0-4 6 5 No other games scheduled. study, Wednesday at 8 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, o'clock.

Admin. .. 001 160 x-8 11 5 Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately I Sundays and Fridays. Church services, 11 o'clock in

Batteries: Ortega and B. Powell -I NIGHT AMERICAN LEAGUEAt I following-the mid-week I the. morning.

; Tynes end Cooper. II Detroit Cleveland.m................_...._. R.8 12 H. E.1 service. M',.."P. B. Roberts, di I, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH I o'clock Y. P. M. V. S. meeting 5:30

I1l Cleveland ...<..-............_ 2 10 3 rector., p. meeting nu Wednesday -
A Second Came JOVE : Corner Duval and Eaton Street I Prayer every
(By ) Batteries: Auker and Cochrane; 'night at '{:30 p. m.
R. II. E. Mnoday\ night'the last game of Lee, Pearson and Phillips. I Sundays

Cave Inn 036 203 0-14 12 6 the five game series will be LEY- MEMORIAL M. E. Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m.

L'frhthoue 430 015 0-13 10 2 played between the Lopez Funeral At New York R. H. E. cHURCH SOUTH Mass (Communions), 7 a. In. NEWMAN M. 'E. CHURCH

//ii Batteries: RoT/n and Martinez' ; Home and the Busy Bee Bakers. Washington ......._..-..____... 981 Rev. L. M. Smith Pastor Mass for the Church School,

I C. Stickney and Cerezo. Both clubs have won two game so New York ..........._.-..... 391 Cor. Georgia and Division, Sts. I 9:30 a. m. (Colored)

Standing of the league: I the rubber game will be played Batteries: Linke, Hayes and Church school at 9:45 a. nu, Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. A. T. McCaskill PastorM.

Who gave you that cigaret easer demanded Laurie. Club- W. L. Pet. Monday. The game will be called Redmond; Broeca Brown Des- with-Ed. .R. Curry, superlnteo. Evensong Prayer, Sermon A. Moreno Recording Steward

I Bermuda n ke"2 1 .666 hong and Dickey. Benediction. 8 nu A. Secretary
) Moreno.
at 8:15 sharp. come out I p. Mrs. I.
ometblulI: more definite to worry. hardly I contain herself all day nutS p. m. so
itoutft I S_ B. Beer ..._.__... 2 1 .666 for seat. dent.Morning Week Day Sunday school 9:30 a. In.
she got back to the flat. early a good Boston be worship at 11 o'clock.
at Philadelphia to
Service ..._._. 2 2 .500 Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. Sunday service, 11 a. nu
began when tbe first excitement But Glad was not there. She did The batteries will be Gates and later date. Subject: eintr' Better.
bf having Glad with- ber bad worn not come back to dinner. not until! I Cave Inn .......-.._ 2 2 ..500]I Ingraham for the Embalmers and played on Junior Epworth League meetsat Mass 7 a. m. Evening: worship, 7 o'clock.LEGA1.S .

oft. ot 'waiting: on her. ot- rdertns: tea ,o. lock. Laurie saw awful vision LighthouseAdministration A 1 2 .333 Ward and XL Acevedo for the No other games scheduled. 4:00 .p. m. Mrs. V.::'A. Archer Evening Prayer, $:30 p. m. !

her favorite meals of herr *. lived through an age of fear. -". 1 2 ..333STOWERS A second Mass on Wednesdays,
showing I Bakers. Nuff Sed! <
[ .C.C...f. ...!. ..S....SI in charge. -
>: to the admiring Mrs. Rudd.Then. and was so keyed up as to be hysterical Intermediate Epworth League 9a.m.

pe began to notice a change In tbe when the girl did appear. as I PARK CAPTURED DOG meets at 6:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. 1 I* THE CIRCtTIT rOCRT OF THE
fresh and slender as a young peach ""TWENTIETH jruiriAi. nRrriTOF"
Elrl.It fierce in charge. CHURCH OF FIORin.' If Aft FOR-
her sister with her COD
tree greeting
was what she had leen"ln Liverol EVANSTON Ind.-Three robbers Young People's Departmentmeets wonoIl.corarv. |\ CHA:'.

at Easter only more definite enchanting"Sorry I'm smile.late! rYe had a great I' PLAYERS WIN of this city) attempting to at 7:00 p. m.- Miss Norma 1106 Olivia Street T.CFRT.E. PRICE,

Glad seemed older not so transparently loot a residence. were captured by Yates, president.Evening Morning service at 11 o'clock. Plaintiff.
time. Nelly's brother took us to the ,
... .. .
SSSe SS I Mortgage
simple. not so childishly SSS.SSSSf worship service at 8:00 m. F.reriuuurP
police dog. Sunday
nu -
pictures- rYe had my food. I a p. PERCY A. COOK and BEATRICE
pay. She was always restless eager- "Who gave you that gold clgaret I STANDING OF CLUBS AND. REAL ESTATi WANTED o'clock. Subject: "Gifts More Sunday night service, 7:16 I). COOK hm wife.
J excited. as It she were expecting I Than Gold." TVfrndantB.ORDER .
case? interrupted Laurie. speaking : LEGALSiv vE"PR RTY Precious o'clock.
sharply in )her anxiety. "I found It' Prayer and praise service Evangelistic service, Wednesday appearing by affidavit of T. E.
jiie postman came. to tbe telephone 0 SALE or rent advertise it in the i .
: the above styled
at 7:30 In
m. Price plaintiff
lying in your wardrobe. It must have p. 7:15 m.
riRctrr COFRT'OF THE p.
(when It rang.Besides I ARE LISTED BELOW TUB Annual Fall Southern Real Estate and entitled cause, that the defendantc -
cost pounds and pounds. TWKNTIKTH JIIMCIAI. CIRCUIT 'Young people' choir practice and service Fri
Prayer praise Percy A. Cook and
she seemed to have shut I be the
: "I don't see wbat It's got to do with OF THE STATE OF FI.ORIO page to published. in. each' Thursday at 7, p. .m. Miss day, 7:30 m. Teacher meet- Beatrice n Cook his wife are eachnonresidents
herself up". as Laurie called It. She IN A\n FOR MONHOK COl-'STI. classified columns of the, p, of the Slate of Flor-
you. old glrl.retorted Gladys huffily. Alice Jenks pian'".
lid not talk all the time about her HARRIET F. FREEMAN: Herald ing. Ida. and that It I II the belief of the
New York Tribune on
"I suppose It dropped out of a (By JOVE) Plaintiff. Church choir practice each Fri affiant that the said defendant..
dancing, and the other girls. and pocket. I don't carry it about Makes ; At Stowers Park yesterday afternoon vs.CLARENCE. B. FREEMAN. October 20, 27;' November 3.I day-at 8pm. If!!!. J. Roland Latin Missio; Percy A. Cook and Beatrice P.
Carstalrs" the of the
manager 10. A suggested advertisementwill Cook. his wife, are each resident of
Diamondball '
r me l look too rich. : : the Junior Defendant.
Adams pianist.
oupe. Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Scotch l'1alnN.w Jersey, and that
-Don't be silly. Glad! You must League played another game. ORDER OF PUBLICATION be sent with cost for insertion Thursdays conducted by 'Rev. there I II no person within the Stateof
know you cant take presents like The Stowers Park ten defeated : It appearing the affidavit and without obligation.! : Forward Florida service of a subpoena
>UT how lovely she was! It was the sworn bill filed In the abOTe I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Charles E. Lazo. upon whom would bind the said defendants -
that from men.- the Cubs by a 11 to 6 score. : entitled cause that Clarence B. complete description of yo"r I
school. 9:30 and that It I* the
the Saturday after her arrival I defendant herein CHURCH Sunday a. m.
"How do'you know a man gave It : Leaders at bat were Russell tndJaycocks. 1 Freeman. property to "Southern Real Estate Mid affiant that each of said
non-resident of the
when the doubt first named Is a
came intoinrie's to me! Good Lord. I'm not a baby! who hit homers for the I State of Florida: that his presentresidence Desk" Herald Tribune 230 I defendant In over. the age oftwentyone
mind. when she had met J. C. Gekeler Pastor yearsIT :
I earn my own living Cubs and Mario of the Park tt'n,1 I III unknown to the plain- West 41st SU New York. IS. THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat
er sister for lunch in a little cheap tiff; that plaintiff has been unable Corner of White and Washington METHODIST.. EPISCOPAL
But Laurie was no to be put off. the said defendants, Percy A.
who also hit for the circuit. Fidel the residence of said Jly27aug3l017xMALTS ;;
orelgD restaurant In Soho to CHURCH, SOUTH
]" Streets Conk and Beatrice D. Cook his
Please tell Glad If
me. efforts
.after diligent
How she sat. smiling her Ind9- .Lopez knocked out a triple. i defendant mid defendant. Clarence B. Sunday school meets at 10 m. wife and each of them, be and they
a friend. surely don't want That ,
yon : -L.P: WANTED "EL SALVADOR"Comer are hereby required to appear to
crlbable In the ..field the stars were ,
baby smile If of twenty- .
as knowing ia the-
Freeman over age
to keep It from me? I m. 4. ,C. ,Elgin, superjntendent.The the bill of complaint filed In this
hat everybody)' was looking at herD I Stickney and Russell for the Cub one years. Class is taughtby Grinnell and Virginia said caase. on or before Monday.the' .
: Jitfe "
all right. Inquisitive! It ls therefore Ordered that said INVESTIGATORS WANTED to Adult >>i : 1"
that thin silk and :Sahnero and Frank Streets 6th day of August. A. D. ISIS.
navy-blue : twopiece.IUt I for-t'hp i non-resident defendant. Clarence B.
laughed the girl. and her face was for insurance claims the pastor.Morning!! otherwise the allocations of said
the Ivory scarf and the tiny Stowera:Park crew.Score A'' Freeman be and he, Is hereby required qualify Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor
all and When 11 o'clock. bill of complaint will be taken as
ivy knitted silk cap on her glorious gay sparkling again. l> i innm-: P.IB.: ::- }ito "pear'o the-BUI of Complaint work and represent national brf- worship at .(Services |n Spanish) .. .*.=- i'Onfe.s.d by said derendaut*
she frowned and her month closed: In y filed In said catl.tfc on mfr T>e* ; Sermon fopttrTTie' Fun Of-Berv. "
|oose curls. sheer sunshine gold on a downward line. she- could look Parkers; 010 003 031: -11 14 3 i fore'Monday<< : the 8th day of Ant-nit. reaD i inVpare time. ExperienteunnecesS3'J' ing God." Sunday school' 10 a.- m. this IT order IS FURThER be published. ORDERED once a week that

op. darker underneath. With her quite sullen. It was no easy disposition Cubs .. 000 501 OJO} 6 10 t i A. D. .1531. otherwise the allegations I f feonfl.d Must be reliablemen o'clock.A Preaching, 8 p. ni.Mothers' fer four consecutive week. In The
f said Bill will be taken as Evening worship at 8 r add with edrcation. West of
let Key
black Cltisen.
eyes curling .f avergae Club meets Monday, a Newspaper
"He's said : '
to deal with. a very nice I by plaintiff
book based Lloyd CDouglas' general circulation In
sermon on published
!be. and her warm peachbloomnd thisOrder Name two responsible refer
boy. vet y posh. and with pots of Standing of the- clubs:. i It is" furtbetOrderrd that t "Green will be 8p.m. Monroe. County. Florida.DONE .
her lovely mouth. that nock Club W. L. Pet. : be published once each week ences. UNIVERSAL CLAIMS Light" Bible study and service, AND ORDERED at Key
money. consecutive weeks In prayer
for fire (5) :
could spoil. "Have you see much of himT""A Slcwers Park _m.... 74 ...2:; : The Key West Cltisen. a newspaper I BUREAU, 1145 Polk St, San delivered. "You are invited to become Wednesday, 8 p. m. A.west D.. 1535.err. Florida. this ith day of July
p. Clad was exquisite. as near published. rn said County and State. Francisco. Calif. jly27-ltx acquainted with Dean George I .
bit-In Liverpool. He came to Bayview Park __ __ 5 4 .550 CT. BEAD)
teal perfection as a girl could SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER. Harcourt, who, in the story, so ably "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. ROSS C. SAWYER
the show lots of times. 8 .333 Clerk Circuit Court.
Cubs .__.__ __ 4
Vt. all of a sudden and for the 'And he takes you out?" By FLORENCE B. SA WTER. WANTED exemplifies the text of the sermon L. Oser and Montero., Clerk lv, Florida.Circuit Court Monroe Coua
ame. Laurie felt that Glad knew Deputy Clerk. ," says Rev. Gekeler. Quotinga Pastors -
Glad nodded. By FLORENCE E. SA WTER.
hitters the ,
Five leading n WILLIAM IL MALONE.
: "Did he give you that sapphirepin Solicitor for. Plaintiff. SOME ONE TO DRIVE car to part of,the book: "A man shall Duval and Angela Streets Deputy Clerk.
Hat a pretty pin. Glad!" said league are: 'junn jlYll20Z1 be hiding-place from the wind W. C. PRICE
toor J. Russell Cubs .107. : Miami Tuesday or Wednesday.Will as a Sunday school, 3 p. to. -Solicitor for Plaintiff.
as the younger girl detached -Yes. What of It? It's nothing to pay Ferry charge and gas. and a cogert from the tempest as Service in Spanish, Friday at JIyll227P aact, 1>JS
ler bar of platinum with little"* him. Mario Hernandez, Slower. Park. ijf THE riRCrrr COURT IY r AJTD streams' of water in a'dry -
FOR MONROE COUNTY' IIFIORIDt. Jefferson B. Browne. jly26-2t ptace.1 7ZOp.m. ,
.385. .
4.tones set in it. from her scarf "What's his name?" 1* CHA CEHir.JOHN1 as the shade of a great rock
iAtened It Into ber coat. Yon J. Walker. Cubs. .376. JOSEPH RILEY. will
Jimmy Smith.Any objectionrfCopyriqt. I ROOMS weary land. Mrs. Gekeler :
//n extravagant kid! It looks s* Jaycocks Cubs, .360. Plaintiff THE SALVATION ARMY
mi CoralM Stantom) vs. RILL FOR DIVORCE sing! "Sheep and Lambs" by Sidney -
/kost a heap of money J. Lopez, Bayview Star -356. IUSSELLiCIGAR
MANDA ."THE MUNRO"-Rooms unei'eelJed Homer.
ft was a present." Glad replied Defendant I Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer . and Gladys turn. the tables on Lau- ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIt S in price and location There will be no Wednesday
went on to tell I in Charge
rie. Motday LEAGUESTANPINGSAMERICAN appearing by affidavit so-| running water. 128 N. E. 4th night! Bible Study hour.CONGREGATIONAL .
the bill filed In the 1002 Fleming Street
pended to ;
.. street, Miami Fla. jly26lmoxFOR
-' ,
I - '
-- d; k "' above stated use. that MANDA;
Company meeting (Sandal
... RILEY the defendant therein ,
: ... .. dier, born at Huntersville., N. C. named. Is -non-resident of the RENT I CHURCH school,9:45a.m.)
.1 ;; .1 Died Nov. 3. 1897.1824Aleiandre. State of Florida, and that her residence Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. STORE0
Today'sAnniversaries -
CIub.L W.1.. Pet. Is unknown and that thereis I
527 William Street Subject: "His Love Demand
Detroit ._.._ 55 35 .611 I no person la the State of Florida BICYCLES-WE RENT by the II
I II "
the service of a summons inChancery E. Richard Evans Pastor Love.
i i New York .__ 51 34 .600 bind Hour, Day or Week. Repair -
'I upon whom would
... : : : Dpmas the Chicago .. __ 46 36 .561 such defendant. and that she ia over. an makes and paint them with I Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Young People' Legion, 6:30
0 S S S C 5 S... )oun er. French novelist, born. ? the age of twenty-one years." Nn-EnameL We full Morning worship at 11 o'clock.Sermon p. m. Topic: "The Missing. .Ele Daily Baseball ReturnsByWfre
Cleveland ._..._..__. 44 41 .518 IT IS THEREFORE ORDEREDthat carry a '
1742 Died NOV. 27. 1893.1848Vladimir; I subject j Out Of Ob ment.
: "Up
: -Nathaniel Greene Rhode Boston _._ 45 43 .511 said non-resident defendant supply of parts. Agent for the

Uland general. 'Ioe to Washing 1 Philadelphia .._._ 37 45 .451 be. and she Is hereby, required to Rollfast and Dayton scurity.." Salvation meeting, 8:00- p. m..
ton himself among the patriothoUiers appear to the"bill of complaint filed And sell them low Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Subject: "Buried Alive."
de Pachmann Washington __ 37 52 .416 In said cause.on or before Monday as Bicycte"l I '
born at Warwick, R. I* St. Louis 28 57 .329 the 5th day of August I,3S; otherwise =' down and $1.00 per Evening worship 8 o'clock.' Midweek! service, Thursday- 8 o
Pied in Georgia June 19. 1786. ': Russian pianist, born. Died Jan. the allegations of said bill Buy and Sell an makes of I Sermon subject: When Man DeThrones -! P- psI COME IN AND GET THE
taken Bald
will confessed
as by
: 6. 1933. "
NATIONAL LEAGUE defendant. i Bicycles. ,Phone 276. J. R. i His Pride. I,I RESULTS OF THE

i .. Tel. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Stowers Duval : Mid-week service Wednesday.
\ Clnb- W. I this order be published once a week company. 51S. < MIXEO BIBLE CLASS MAJOR. BASEBALL
17C8-Charlotte Corday. French I 1877-Harrison Fi'-her, artist New York __ 57 30 .655 for four (4) consecutive weeks In street. jly2 evening at 8 o'clock. LEAGUES -

Jerome, born. Executed, July 17,; and illustrator of America's beau' Chicago _..._.__.___ 57 35! :.620 The published Key West la said Citizen County a newspaper and State. Sam B.. Finder and W. P. Montl-

1794. tiful girls born in Brooklyn, N.i St. Louis ..__* 54 34 .614 This 2Sth day of Jane, 153e. I PIANO TUNING .SEVENTH bAY ADVENTISTS duo, Teachers --0-

J YDied Jan. 19. 1934. Pittsburgh _.._;... 50 41 .549 (SEALROSS CJtrk of C.Circuit SAWTER.Court| This class meets every Sunday CIGARS.. CIGARETTES,

I I Brooklyn __._ 39 49 .443 By FLORENCE E. SAWTER. i I PIANO TUNER Laureano Moreno 10.17 Fleming Street morning at the { rriscbOQ1D SOFT DRINKS

1812-Thomas I.. Chngman. Cincinnati __.-__ 40 50 .444 _. A FLAHERTT. Deputy Clerk. I j I Ij. ,. Excellent piano for 910 R. T. Sawyer, ,Teacher ditorium at 10 o'clock. ,Men? and? ETCT

iery North Carolina political! Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly. Philadelphia] ._ 36 .51 .371 Solicitor fer Plalatlff. | cheap.. 1018 Division street: Bible study Friday730. p. an.Sabbath women not connected with any: .

[ eader, senator Confederate sol- .Boston 23 66. .258 JUAn; JJyl-U-Z"'U I jly25-lmo, service, 1030 a. m. other Bible Class" and regardless
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:-: :- : - - - -- --- ----------------------........ ......................... CHICAGO.' Miss Elsie Gormanof

Miss Noel who If :yon rfo net r.c.iv. : this city prosecuted her for-
t.......................................*........ Cassidy, was I Dr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp will Dr. Edith M. Patch of Maine your
spending a vacation of 10 days i in I lerve by train this afternoon fora entomologist born at Worcester paper by 6:15 o'clock: i. tne mer fiance. Walter Stellen, for

,Entertain With Party GivenIn Key West left yesterday after vacation trip of one week up, TO BE GIVEN IN AFTERNOONBY Mass, 59 years ago. afternoon, call telephone 51 beating her but broke down and

noon for New York. the east coast.Lieutenant sad a paper will ... .eat"te pleaded for him after he 'was

Honor Of Maurice CruzMr. WELTERS' CORNET Kenneth C. I
Hogate president of :your lao.. A complaint boyu sentenced.
Joaquin Gomez left yesterday Robert the Wall Street
Krueger, U. Journal born at
BAND at .
e duty this office
afternoon for his home at Big: S. A., Mrs. Krueger and daughter Danville Ind.. 38 years ago. from
and b!-s. Maurice L. Cruz:1: Adams, Jr., Winnie Rose Cruz,, Pine Key. Joyce who were visiting rela-I 6:15 to 7il5 p. m. for tha Mott street in New York's

entertained this week with a Martha Ann Gandolfo Violet tives in the north returned over Rt. Rev. Logan H. Roots P. E. prpoe of delivering com- Chinatown is marv miles from

birthday party in honor of the Peterson Nellie Peterson Rosalie Mrs. Cornelius Peterson left the highway last night. A special program will be pre missionary b'ishop: of Hankow., plainti. Help .. fiv* :you 100 SJott in the Bronx

first anniversary of their son yesterday afternoon to join her I sented tomorrow afternoon byWelters' percent service by caring 51
Peterson John Griffin Jr. China born in Perry Co., I1L, 65 if I
Jr." held :yon do not receive Tie CitJ-
Maurice The party was daughter Miss Alberta Peterson, l Cornet Band in honor of
Mr. PALACECharles
Hamilton Walterson, Osmany I and Mrs. Harry 1 ley ward years ago. ....
In the home 'of the son graodparenb who is her cousin, Mrs ,
visiting and the i
daughter Miss Irma,were ar Rev. S. A. Harris and delegates ---
Mr;+and Mrs. Thomas E. Pere Mattie Perez Elvia Perez.WilJiam' James Barwick, in Miami and will rivals ,rdt .a' rrarov. Laiighton; Mbry Bo-I
Roberts., Caroline and William Roberts Jr., Doreen I return next week. over the highwya yesterday -1 to the Sunday School con "Joe" Tinker of Fla., old Chi-. + sOLD .1 land, Zasu'PitU; and

streets.k Cruz Betty Rae Brady, Billy Al- I f accompanied by a niece, vention now in progress here. The i iI cago Cubs shortstop born in Kansas CAT RETURNS I Ruggles in

The youngsters enjoyed a delightful bury W. C. Banks Jr., Getty I :t I Miss Laura Elizabeth Ley, of concert will start at 4 o'clock and' 55 years ago. RUGGLES RED GAP
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker Fort Meade and another .l,
l afternoon and were en- Joyce Pinder, Russell Albury, were niece will be given in Bethel A. M. E. I Comedy and Mickey Mouse
Dottie Saunders passengers on the afternoon train Miss Camille Ley daughter of Mr. Church.Ed. F. Virginia The M. eMo.l5 i I
Shirley Roberts George tr ;
tertained in various ways pleasing Peabody of New cat which Adams took i Night: lS-Z5e
and Sirs Lovick Fmley
yesterday going to Miami for avacation Ley with whom
to the children and also their Myrna Mae Glisson Hortense : the visitors I M. Thompson announced the York, retired banker, born at Co- along when he moved from, this

elders. During the party delicious -I Calleja, Griselda Calleja, Harry; of several c'ays. tion. are spending a vaca- special program which will be directed lumbus, Ga., 83 years ago. city to another town miles away,

I Pritchard Jr.Mesdames I by Tony Welters. Selec-
refreshments were served. I was back at its former home next
Guests were: Maudie Rose Ray Elwood Ar- Jonathan Cates left on the aft- I I tions follow: Hilaire Belloo famed English morning. SPECIAL SALE ON
Theodore Knowles
Brady. Ray Elwood Jr.. Bert El-I mando Fernandez Edmund Saw- ernoon train yesterday to spenda who was in America. writer, born 65 years ago

wood. Grace Fernandez Lovonda yer, Angel Delgado Glenwood short time with Mrs. Cates, who|!i this Miami week with his son, Chester, who I March "Our Director"-F. E. SHOESFor

Clyde Reid Sawyer Sweeting, Jack Delaney, Daisy is a guest of the children in Mi- underwent an operation i: Bigelow. I II I CARD OF THANKSWe BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Sawyer j for removal of the tonsils returned Ladle, Misses and Children
Juanita Griffin Zelma Griffin! Duval. Donald Curry, C. P. Curry, ami. I I this afternoon and I Selection "III Trovatorett-ver-I FUNERAL HOME
reported his :
Botty Lou Filer. Charles Ray Armando Perez Louis Cruz, William -I 'son is rapidly recovering. di, arranged by wish to extend our heartfelt Serving Key Wet SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Filer Jr., Gail Elnor Sweeting, Roberts, Carlos Calleja, Assistant State Attorney J.<'i Selection, "Der thanks to the many friends who Half Practically every shoe in the

Rose Elizabeth Curry Glorina .Harry Pritchard Millard Johnson Lancelot Lester and l\lri. Lester,i!i, Miss! Barbara Rue daughter of C. S[. Von Weber. Frei5chutz"-1 I were so kind and considerate during 24 Ho.r Ambulance Ceatary: Service store has been marked for Spe-

Emma Curry, Esther Margaret Everett Albury, William Glisson : left over the East Coast yesterdayfor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rue. former- Selection, | the illness and death of our Licenced Embalmer cial Sale on these two day!

Curry Charles Percy Curry, Jr.:, W. W. griffin Richard Pinder, a few days vacation in Miami.s; 1 ly of Key West arrived the lace arranged Ly )Iackie- eyer. ,,dear mother, Mrs. Amelia Roberts. I Phone 135 Night 696-A Latest styles in all sizes for
on cool
Beverly Curry Eloise Curry. J. Cruz Joseph Stickney. Hilton '. morning train and is the guest of Selection. "Lucia di Lammerjmoor" j i: Especially do we thank Doctors for best summer selections wear. Come early

Edith Mae Sands, Nell Rose Curry, W. C. Banks, Mr. and I Sebastian Don o was an outgOing -;, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Russell. -Donizette. I Warren and Galey the Key West; I

'Sands, Vernon Baker Joseph MIi-s. Leonard Roberts, Mr. and passenger! otter the East Coast l' Selection "Cavalleria Rus- Undertaking> Co.. Ministerial!! Alli- Phoenix and Kayser Silk
I'i ticana"-Pietro Mascagni. ance and those who donated the Hosiery, Chiffon and ServI I
,Ladd, Jr., Elmer Joy Saunders Mrs. Thomas E. Roberts Miss yesterday for a short business visit Dick Grue1J
of Johnny
Mae Carl Ray Rosalie Saunders Miss Laurentino in Miami 1, son Tuba, Obligate.; "Grieving use of their cars and the donorsof HOLTSBERG'SMONDAY ice: weights special, 79c
Shirley Curry Giuele, the creator of the Raggedy beautiful pair h .. ._ _
Curry Jr., Lorraine Curry Earl Torano. Jt1 j I!Ann pictures and!.stories, and Mrs. Breezes"-George Rosenkrans. the offeringsTo (Every pair guaranteed)
v* March "American LiCe"1brcy one and all we extend our '
I.i I J. J. Trevor;;,Mceff>rii/lent I/ of .:Gruelle the creator of the Raggedy : SALE
-- B. Darnall. .
i deepest:: appreciation.MRS.
I the First National Rank, 1 tit,yesterday -; lahan, are spending a vacation in SALE ON ALL PURE SILK

Church Circle Dance Tonight At afternoon for a few days' I Key West and are guests at the Assembly Adjutant's Call MRS.. ELI FLORIDA ALBURY.WAKE. THESE PRICES ARE GOOD 10 pieces Printed All Pure

visit in Miami. home of Captain and Mrs. C. D. FOR MONDAY ONLY Silk. formerly pricedi
To Give Sapper Habana-Madrid I I c-Retreat *- MRS. ANNIE ROBERTS, ,ft' i > $LOO yard special Mon-
.. 'J EUGENE Flowered Kinonas j I
d-Tattoo ROBERTS. Crepe s Thomas Russell, deputy sheriff; window beautiful colori. 5 0e
Church Habana-Madrid e-Taps jly 27-Itx .
will hold yard.------
Ladies of St. Paul's will Club I ,
at the veterans' campy: 'on'' the J. J. G. Quinn, auditor for the Star Banner-=-Francis "' reg. $1.50. on sale __" $1.00 1
serve a supper in the Parish Hall its regular Saturday night dance 'Spanled ,. r--- -
keys left yestcrday"afternoon for Clyde-Mallory Lines. arrived last 20 pieces of Flowered Voile, on
on Monday evening starting at 6 for members and their invited Islamorada after two days with' night from New Orleans on the, Scott Key. sale, yard hhuP "_..,m 15e MONDAY SPECIALS
: section the church
A special of
o'clock.On the his family in Key West. I Steamer Ozark, and will be in Key Good quality Sheets no seam, 25 cases Printed Washable!
tonight at usual hour. j I
guests is to be reserved for white persons -
the menu will be meat loaf i no starch; size 81x90 on
| West for a few days auditing the PEARLMAN'S Inc. Flaxons all new patterns.yard. .
Del Wood's Habana-Madrid Or- it was announced. Mile .... 69e
potato salad carrots and peas and, t books of the company. .m u .00 um.m __ -_.. .-_ 15e
ice cream and cake. A large chestra will furnish music for the t Claude Lowe of Tavernier, 'who}, MORNING 8:30 Pillow Cases. 42x36. no 40 inch White Batiste, good
I was an arrival yesterday on the! DRIVES WITH ONE LEG starch nu _'n u'h ISO
crowd is expected to attend. affair.ECKENER'S 1 Mrs. Emilio Lounders and I quality yard
morning train for a brief business I Another Big Gala Morning FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE 40 inch Heavy Quality Baron-
1 three daughters Misses Lorranie, '
-- visit, left in the .!ternoon. LONDON.-G. F. Home, 6-1. Better values than before: SPECIAL CLOSEOUTSSome ette Satin all colors yd. 48e

Janice and Doris, who were spend- of this city who has! only one leg,) be here on time for best se- ( are slightly coiled from New shipment All Silk Knee

ADHERENCE TO OLD SLOGAN Dr. J. J. Dunlay, dental rurgeon'inat j, a vacation of 10 days with has driven motor cars more than lections see! windows.20c handling) I Length Elastic Top Ladies':
I relatives and friends in Tampa
Silk Socks pair 79c
at the Marine ho pits) left on the the 400.000 miles.Alexandria and 25c. Printed Flaxons Velvet Pillows reg. $1.00. on I

DELAYS afternoon train yesterday for at; were returning passengers on Printed Voiles and sale __._._....._m SOc CLOSE OUT MONDAY ON
LAUNCHING OF NEW ZEPPELIN business visit in Washington, D. C.I[ Steamship Cuba this morning. Citv, Ala..' Slattgart. Printed Sheers yard 13c Filet Scarfs reg. 60c, at .. 25e I SILK DRESSES

__ i i Ark., and Elk City Oklahoma. Bridge Sets reg. 7&c and I We must sell Summer
4 t-- Miss Ramona Lopez, daughter of ALL DAY VALUESaturday 100. at _..____, 25e our
Mr. and Mrs. John Gates left, ---- i Dresses! On Monday we will
(Br AMrla<.. Prr..) IFRIEDRICHSHAFEN Mr. and Mrs. Jrlio Lopez, left on and Monday Boxed Handkerchiefs regular
Reveal East close ont all Ladies' Silk
Cod Liver Oil yesterday over the Coast and
Germany I the S. S. Cuba today accompanied : SHOES SHOES $1.00. 3 in box for ".._ 25c I other Dresses at lowest
for a short visit with relatives in pricesyet.
July 27.-Dr. Hugo Ecke- Harmful In Diet For Miami. by Oswaldo Medina who I One counter of Ladies' Shoes. $1.00 Boys' Suits on sale 50c I Make your selections
ner's adherence to the favorite i was a grest" of the Lopez family Plate Lunches Oxfords. Ties Pumps. $%.50 Large"size Silk Dresses reg. early.
Herbivorous Animals I 1 ._.. ,._ .
$5.98. for $2.9S
German slogan that haste makes for one week. Miss Ramona will and $3.00 values $1 CTf| I Close out on all Summer Handbags -
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Johnson for- .__.._... ... $1.00 Wash Dresser on sale 8Se
waste may keep his newest dirigible I visit a month with the Medina's. f at pair .u. each 69e
left the afternoon train $1.00 White' Hand Bags, on
on yesterday -
the LZ-129. on the ground (ny AMrlatr4 Preu) I /for a short visit with their: and DinnersA Another counter (broken sale _"._n..m.un._ SOe Printed Chiffon Voile, yd. I9e
until early winter. ITHACA N. Y., July ,7'-1 I i'* stock). $3.00 and elI1.VVSALE <
eon and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Special table with Underwearat Tubing yd. 20e
: _.
At various times the! tentative Seven years' experiments with i Mrs. Munson Johnson in Miami,1 I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McConnell a $3.50 Shoes i cloe-ont price 10 doz. Children Phoenix

date for the trial flight of the herbivorous an-imals. showing that)I after which Mr.\ Johnson will return are leaving tomorrow morningover la carte DRESSES Boys' Mesh Shirts with Zippers Socks, broken sixes, pair 10.

huge ship was set for,June July : the Oversea Highway for a ON .. _... .__ .
a diet containing large amounts to Key West and Mrs.! John- .. .. ._ 59c I We now have a complete
and then early fall but officials! of cod liver oil may cause muscle I f son will continve to Peoria. Ill-1 l vacation trip up the country. 50c We must ,out all, Sungmer Boys' Shorts, all size __un SOc assortment of SHORTS AND
of the Zepelin works says details. ]i I Their first top will be in St, Aug- 35c AND Dresses. Now is your op Boys' School Shoes 12 H to SLACKS.
for 'with anddaughterinlaw !
won't be sufficiently advanced to and heart injuries and even :: a stay another ron I I utine: where they will)) spend several portunity to buy! 3, on sale ,..._.-.._. "'_ $1.25 New
) shipment of Ladies'Silk
| Mr. and Mrs. I
please the aging director until[were made public at death'j j days with friends after which Seafood $3.95 Dresses $1.98 and $2.48 All colors Slip Cloth. 40 inch, Underwear just received.

November. versity.No Knight Johnson. I I! they will visit with relatives inComplete Specialties $4.95 Dresses 00___'_.__ $%.88 at.--------_ ._ 25c Come in and see them.
--- $5.95 Dresses n..___.... ..$3.88 81x99 Peperell Sheets, reg.
Plans, however, are progressing I similar! experiments were I i Eugene Sands, who was briefly I I SandwichesBeer All other Dresses greatly re- $1.25. for _._.-.---._..:..- $1.00 I EVERYTHING IN THE STORE
for'using the LZ-129 on ark ex- made with* human. beings. But visiting v/ith friends at Marathon duced. 42x36 Peperell Pillow Cases REDUCED FOR MONDAY
tensive tour of the.Amazon region I returned yesterday. Line of and Soft Drinks reg. 3 for $1.00.4 for. $1.00
the Cornell) that
) report suggested I THSTORE
Silk Hose full-fashion
next summer. rind -
They've 'made the interior of. I medical men examine the human AUTO ACCESSORIESand SALE ON DRESS GOODS less _.--..... .-._.._ __.._u S9c j I
angle, to see whether overdosageof Mrs Royal L.' Wilson, who was AND STAPLES $2:50 Axminster Rugs, on OF F FASHIONCity
the new ship a symphony of aluminum before marriage Miss HarrietteiMarzyck. I i i
the oil may be serious for I PARTS Best $1.25 81x90 Peperell) sale .._--_.._ __ $1.98
pastel shades. Especial arrived from her home in j PLAZASANDWICH .._ Ladies StoreI.
childrc n. The writers of the re- Sheets h..uum. -- 98c I Leading
sources of pride are a promenade Jacksonville yesterday on the Havana -; SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER
I port recognize that their results s FOR EVERY MAKE Best 35c Peperell) Cases 2Sc
deck lined with
windows of cellulose Special for a visit with her:, SHOP SPECIALS
I have ho such bearing on use of 39c Tissues Seer-
Voiles II I I
substance and a smokingroom Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mar- OF CAR
cod liver pjl! in human nutrition.The I i parents 503 Duval Street suckers ._ .___m'm'_ 29c
to contrived that there's nodanger zyck. She was accompanied by. J I
trouble is traced to a still ; 25e and 29c Voiles __ ..: 16c
of fire.Research I *i AUTO PAINTING -
her brother J .W. Marzyck, Jr..! Curb Service ,
unidehtified fraction of oil. -
Best 20c and 25c Flaxons IS
On Furniture who vacation with I
was spending!
This fraction seems to be largely
F. A. Breuhaus of Berlin, whodeigned I the Wilsons. ,i il
from the containing
separate portion i I l TOP PAINTING
the 'interiors his
says the vitamins and to be some- .
task to achieve something .- -----
was thing which be got rid of by BATTERY SERVICE I
beautiful and comfortable within chemical treatment may and ap- 25c Plate Supper Ofjc .............................................i.. t1VS

narrow limits of weight and space.' parentIy is largely taken out of MONDAY J Colonial Service ,Station *
He got some of his ideas from Serving! Start 6:00
j cod liver oil concentrates. j p. m. Clarence Crusoe Prop. FOR SALE
cars. I
He made and abandoned 15
Subscribe to The Citize 20c PHONE 397
J ,, Good Menu Desert O Eatra \
chair models before he hit upon --- _
i weekly
one with a frame af aluminum I I t

on tubing.such He things worked as vases for two and years ash: I IJ &J&V46& F ''Wv; f!

trays. I I ** / : *' "j !
J ARONOVITZ) II it ;.. |- i r
All compartments -a
passenger I LI I I Il -!* *- M.- *
are in light pastel tones. Con-I
ventional landscapes have been; DEPARTMENT STORE ( l

eschewed as wall pictures; instead;;, 618 DUVAL STREET L S

there are views of Zeppelin de- : :

velopments.For : One special lot of Ladies' High trI

guests' entertainment and,I Grade Shoes. Whites and >rtlsIttt.d ___
says Breuhaus. "to drown out the colors; low heels ant high 111'S' ; e111M,, >riMA !

noise of the four motors" there, heels, close outs, $1 (TA I USE Wtrvy11

will be a piano in the promenade..!I.. special __. .. a '

All Ladies' Summer Hats, all l ITS PURER! + 4

MONROE THEATER .' colors special! close n _.;;"'out_h n O1 a 00 I LASTS LONGER! AMY

Shirley Temple-Joel MicCrea I

-in- I Ladies' Summer Silk Dresses, ::1 LI I ICE REFRIGERATORS ill 1 -
OUR LITTLE GIRL whites and pastels all reduced I

Matinees Balcony lOc; 'Oreb.tra ..- II -equip
?.*._......*.u DA.I/O up _
15-20C2 Night: 1S2SoHEADACHE I'l' ped with WATER COOLERSThey're 1 1I

Children's Wash Suits and
li I Jar
I Economical
Wash Dressos specially"
priced low for quick,sales. 1 s
i 100 Per Cent Refrigeration THE
Drastic reductions on Guaranteed Satisfaction '
'- Washable Materials I- n r operating colt,of a General

large assortment of pat- I I I Priced at Electric Refrigerator means

terns. at least one month's refriger._ "Ageless" lealediniteclmechanism.
atioo service fret tvtrj ytart .
I Men's Summer- Hats Panamasand 30 and $35i Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead The .ealCd- a-ucd mechanism .-Ml modern eoavcaicac

? I Straws.$1_ aMen's 00 i street. In exclusive neighborhood., Beautiful view requires. no attention feaerea

MAY BE it i EASY TERMS-10 DAYS of the sea and overlooking Coral Park DOc even.oiling-and carries'

YOUR EYESYou're Shirts, close outs, j FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S For price and terms apply to 5 years Pcrformsnce ProPlc.d. $$9260

blaming it on too- I special SLOG tection for only II a year. at low
many-smokes, lack of __ UP ICE CO.
exerciseor at '_" ._ j stan, fur savings this week. as ..
too-littJe-! can pro- ARTMAN
1.1; -INC L P. ,
duce devilish headaches and Men's and Boys' Pants washable -

still go unsuspected! as the fast ei 00 Phone No. 8 The Citizen Office
colors. reduced 'I J-. UP II '.

cause.DR. Tit1 ,, sf .' or THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY

J. A. VALDES Complete line of VIII ', NII '

Orta toB Soft-Lit Lic n*.. Boys' Shirts, at I JU UP ] Residence: 1309 Whitehead Street

532 Dnval Str..t (
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