The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 1, 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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Here-Sunday -.. On Special Train STEAMERTODAYASSISTANT :I CANCELLATION-OF INTEREST I.I I HERE TOMORROW Be Outstanding Issue In 1936 Campaign

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To Open Encampment At THING IN DIVORCE I a special meeting of the!

AND CITIZENS board of county commissioners 1 STEAMER GRANADA lative Activities In Con-

Fort Taylor Grounds fly AMeelaten1 Press) .1 held yesterday at the court house,I M I SKILLED UNITSPERSONS STAMPEXHIBIT ;
i MOSCOW. Aug. 1,-Getting
s- a resolution was adopted providing gressBy
divorced is a, simple mat Julius F. Jr., assistant. Plans were being completed tot -

Sunday morning 9:30 o'clock I ter in Moscow, but separation Harry L Hopkins, WPA administrator I that a number of highway;:'| day for entertaining members of: SO CLASSIFIED ARE I NUMBER OF ORGANIZATIONS'

1 is something else again. at Washington, and Mrs.I bohds and interest bearing coupons -: the cruise party scheduled to ar-:'

the 265th Regiment Coast Artil: Anyone is (entitled to a divorce Stone, returned this afternoon ..1 I which had been accepted in)1 rive here tomorrow afternoon I j| ADVISED BY ADMINISTRATION CONSIDERING ATTENDING HERBERT PLUMMER
.... a my Ass.ei.trd press)
by merely going to acivil the Steamship Cuba from H : aboard the S. S. Granada of the! I
lery Florida National Guard, is: Ed. connection with the payment of ;| TO MAKE NEW APPLICATIONS EXPOSITION HERE IN A WASHINGTON, Aug. 1.-
registry office and asking They were accompanied by Standard Fruit and Steamship
taxes be .
immediately cancelled.
due to arrive in Key Welt for its, for it. But if he appliesfor Ball, representnig the DuPont in. :; line. The ship will arrive on its', BODY i When the supreme court handed
separate living quarters terests in Florida, and Mrs. Ball. Clerk Sawyer was so instructed. { bi-weekly trip to }Frontera I'I I

annual encampment at Fort Tay.j he may-because of the housing The party was met at the pier Present at the meeting were I Mexico. I I I down its historic decision invalidating

shortage-have to wait by a number' of county and city I Chairman Carl Bervaldi Commis-i Two score travelers including: :
for reservation. I Persons who have been classified Every day, letters from all oVer I the national. industrial
indefinitely.As officials, other officials of the I sioners Wm., R. Porter, Braxton* the director of the cruise, are I i as skilled laborers in the rehabilitation the country come to the exposition { c
With but few chance the per.' illustration there. is theease works progress administration in I aboard the Granada which will' of the Florida office of the Philatelic and N'umiMNEtic recovery act criticisms were heardon
program -
B. Warren and Nathan Niles. At-
Key West, and 3 number of prom '. .
of Mrs. Eugene Luniev tie up at the Porter Dock Company -
onel of the regiment will be inent.citizens. I torney-Advisor William V. A1- ERA here were advised todayI Society of Key West, con-I all' sides, from the White
who accused her spouse of being ] pier 5:30 o'clock for approximately to make application for employment xratualting Key Welters the
I Mr. and Mrs. Ball are to leave bury and Clerk Ross i I I on I
roe tame at ,when here i. Augustof a drunkard and a nuis C. Sawyer. ,, eight hours to takeon after the rehabilitation program fart that they are making their I Ibid House on down the line, againstthe
I After deliberation over the East Coast this after I! Another resolution was adopted; fuel and : I'
ance. lengthy give
I passengers an: has been brought to a close for a place in the sun every- 'I
.last year This year, however,] a court decided noon for Miami but before leaving which provides that the board of opportunity to see Key West. I[ The statement issued by the where. Margaret Zinaida von I power of that tribunal to

that the only separation are to be entertained with a county commissioners will, when! George Mills White, music director ; :
Key Wkst Administration follows General Publicity Director j
l thwart
there-will be one unit of the regiment I : I the will of congress.
I which could'be granted was sightseeing ride around the city, requested to do *') by the Tropical'Cays of the Key West Admin-: "The Key West Administration, of the December : :

less at Key West. Battery, to divide their single-room visiting the art gallery, aquarium Corporation, abandon that! istration, is cooperating with the; Florida ERA.will eventually have tion, aid today. Remedial suggestions were offered .

I apartment, assigning half of and other points of interest. During I portion of the Oversea Highway!! American Legion post here in arranging f I! to discontinue paying skilled Labor During the past few txJlO.1ii-1

"C", of Dayton Beach, here at Ii i it to each party. the ride they will enjoy refreshments 'I on the southeast part of Lower''' a special program of en-!: from the rehabilitation pay- was received from a by the score. Bill and resolutions
at one of the cabanas Matecumbe Key from that point tertainment for the 11.'
the last encampment, was ordered, visitors roll. ganizations that they are were dumped into>> congressional
.I6'II'I'II..Ili on Rest Beach. ![where the said Overseas Highway!!'I Stewart Leonard director of pub-j j "It is advisable] for those persons I ering, attending' the ? COQlid'l

to Fort Barranca for training Mr. and l\lrs. Stone are to remain intersects the new route of highway lie relations, said this morning. j jI !I now classified as skilled laborers i a body. Man.r good wishes and hoppers embodying all sorts

I i in Key West for a short: now planned and laid out andj:, The passengers will be met at. t encouraging, words i
and the are constantly
SCOUTS LEFT I paid through re- \
period from July 7 to 21, inclusive. to be din- ; of proposals to curb such
stay. Tonight they are ;i,,I under course of construction to'I ]'I the dock by Mr. Leonard and several -::>' habilitation payroll to make application I coming in.Among. ; powers
ner guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. the southerly] .end of Lower Mate- \ local who will assist:'' those
persons at the relief division if that are taking an i by the court.
THIS MORNING R. Porter. Among other invited I I cumbe Key, including the present :'in advising the visitors of the in-i i Ithey wish to be considered for I active interest in the stamp' and

The period of training which guests are E. A. Pynchon, deputy I ferry slip.Following. '\k i: teresting places in Key West. I|I(employment after the coin exposition, is the American I Representative Sisson of New

I WPA administrator; Conrad Van' the adoption of this;j The list follows: j jI reh3bilita-1 Numismatic Association hose
passenger tion I
I FOR TORTUGAS payroll is d I York introduced
will begin with the arrival of the a to
Florida E. A. administrator I'.r
II Hyning resolution ,'
I a was adopted and the I II i I Mrs. Charles Brophy, Miss;! persons who wish to be president Nelson T. Thorson ext !

regiment Sunday, August 4, and: i and Jtf. E. Gilfond, local ad- clerk instructed to send a copy. Dorothy Hole. Mr. and Mrs. for work with the new WPA work :?nded hearty well-withes for sac-i i have the house juoiciary committee

iI I ministrator. of the resolution to the Tropical:: Adolfo l\l echtle, the Rev. anti. program would do well to reapplyfor cess. ,
last until Saturday. .August 17, BOYS WERE [PERMITTED TO I Cays Corporation. Mrs. C. P. Hart. Dr. and Mrs. J. relief boon and thus aroid a The Philharmonic-Symphony Society I 1 I examine the situation and ael.I .

will I be one of the most diversifiedever I MAKE TRIP ON BOARD IVY i CUBA TRANSPORTS !i A. Colgan. 11.... and Mrs. L. G.,, delay later on." of New York perhaps the I I vise that body as to methods.
I I I Andreozzi. Mr. and Mrs. James P. outstanding musical!' body of the

undertaken by a national I THROUGH COURTESY OF F TO GIVE CONCERT Delhanty Mr. and Mrs J. hertz Ui ited States, also seat wishes for Representative Ramsajr of West

MANY PASSENGERS '|; Miss Margaret Stevenson, Miss i ODD FELLOWS\ very success. From military and!I I
guard unit, it was stated by the SUPT. DEMERITT I MARINE HOSPITAL:,; Norma Bennett Mi s Victoria'jt I naval organizations come messagesor Virginia offered two bills, one

officers. 1 i Nravin. and Miss Lilly Flebbe.<< I TO ENTERTAIN cheer among;: them wishes fora providing for a constitutional
I STEAMER GRANADA DUE TO !I Others on the list are: Charles! huge success of the expositionfrom 1 I

Plans for the encampment were Troop 5, Boy Scouts of America !: Brophy. J. P. Banta Mr. and I the president of the United : amendment a.d another requiring
completed several months ago and are this afternoon at Garden 1 I I R. E. Barnet. Miss Harriet .Mrs.I'I I LOCAL YOUTHS States Naval Reserve Officers' As-. that three-fourths of the judges
AFTERNOON iart. Miss Helen--%Abogat.Israel, soc tion.ofjiifcsXniird District. -=-- --"'- -
i BY ;
e, .wjjca 'Official' notification of> the Key-'whe're I I I Weintraub. Alfred H. Kujawski, Yachting and motorboat circles should have t. agree in a judgment
schedule of intensive training was until next week enjoynig an outing i Steamship Cuba, of the P. nad WELTERS BAND '' Dr. Herman Rubin. David Graitor ENTERTAINMENT i FEATURES have taken notico and are making:

received by officers of the various -' and at the tame time become I O. S. S. company, sailed yesterday I I Miss J. O'NeiH, Miss Mary de j jI inquiries about regattas during the competent to invalidate.

units, they were unanimous in familiar with the intimate history I afternoon for Havana with I I Benedetto Miss\ Catherine Ward.! PROVIDED FOR REGULAR international event. Representative Monaghan ut

declaring it the most comprehensive -'of histroic old Fort Jefferson. 148 first class passengers, 17 sec Welters Cornet Cand will present |j Miss Ceceilia Levison. Miss\ Anne!I From Cuba! a numler of reriou- Montana ,
MEETING TO BE CONDUCT. proposed bill w2u h
) ;
for the Two weeks when the boys I ond class, eight automobiles, five a program this afternoon for;t I Ford J, P. Hayward, H. L. Lack, inquiries about participation of
ever prescribed national ago II
tons of fregiht and 107 sacks of patients ni the U. S. Marine Hos : Mr. anti Sirs C. Percy Wilcox! 1 I ED TONIGHTI groups were received and answer goes so far as to vacate the or J
guard. t made their trip for a day'sout mail. Ed. M. ed. I lice of a judge invalidating ana I "
I I pital. Thompson announced Miss Ida Weintraub, and Miss I
Officers who are scheduled to ing at Sand Key, they had in view Steamship Granada, of the this morning., Agnes Blumberg. |I I I --- I' The Cuban Tonrist Commission 'oreon ress. Senator Nornrf

arrive today and tomorrow over the present outing and were only Standard Fruit and Steamship The program will start at 5 I I I expressed>d official wishes for the I I Nebraska and Repre:>enfauv6' ,
Lodge Number 70 In-
I Equity ,
is due to arrive tomorrow ) I I ,recess! of our undertaking 'anti Keller of HHnofe iNropo.scd lumstituiiotmf '
for !I company o'clock and the band will be un-

the highway and on the special awaiting permission transportation :(: i it dependent Order Odd Fellows, ha. .
their afternoon 5:30 o'clock with a dW the direction of Tony Welj CITY CAMPAIGN I I our ne Rhbon are closely watching I Amendments to be
before perfecting ; planned another meeting with the
train Sunday morning are: I 1 r cruising party of 40. The vessel j 1 j! ters. i Ul'"progr ss. .' !I passed' lupon\by state conventionoutlawing' ,

Lieutenant Colonel Mayre R. plans. will take oil at the Porter Dock Selections follo.v: I younger generation: this evening in More\ than one hundred and fifty >. such actions by ''ne!
Through the of Superintendent -I I LACKSJNTERESTJLAURIE i Knight of Pythics Hall on Fleming -
Woodward, First Lieutenant Leon I courtesy and proceed to Frontera, :Mexico. I America. t I press releases"have gone out so court.
the street.
of Ii
W. \V. Demeritt, I
E. Waldron, headquarters in Jack i, Freighter Alamo, of the Cl>de- :!March "Our Director". E't The last meeting held two weeks far carrying the name of Key Talk Buried
lighthouse service, permission was! Mallory Lines, is due in port Sunday Bigelow.: i I West to all part of the countryand I The .
sonville Fla.Captain to the STATES,5 5 ago, though somewhat hindered ly cry went up from all ?i'!
granted by Washington use
morning from New York with I Overture, "The Bandsmen's De to surrounding nations and
I that the NRA decision would
Tender and early this morning heavy downpour, was sue-. I I'
Ivy very
Stanley S. Barchan freight for local merchants. After L. to I 'e\eral hundred invitations have
the boys and their sponsors I II I I light"-W Sksfff.s.: HOWEVER fly WILL' MAKE [i cessful: : and productive of such" the campaign issue! in 1936. I'll r w
First Lieutenant Ralph W. Coop. discharging she will, sail! for Tam i Selection from Verdi's opera, been extended during the past dent
embarked on the vessel 'i; promising results, the lodge feel* I Roosevelt was charged w I i'' i
er, Jr., headquarters battery, I pa and New Orleans. "Ernani"-A. Ieiniche. RACE FOR OFFICE few weeks.
!I I I contemplating outright att t.!
'After delivering the scouts at !i.. very much encouraged and hen* At an mi'>
March, "First present: arrangements: with
Jacksonville; Fla. Garden Key the Ivy will attend to:i Regiment"BenI I will) further go into the interesting ito enlarge the powers of the < *-
,I FRANK RUSSELL I Atkinson. i[I. matters which discussed 'I''I'I a rteatnship line are being made' ecutive branch of the > .
Major Percy L. Wall, Second I I certain work on aids to navigation One Step. "Hot Trombone." I I were | to have visitors come to Key West govcrnnicr
Lieutenant Maurice P. Shaver, in the vicinity of Tortugas. and is: In years gone by at this period ; at the last meeting. by liner for the at the expense of the judicial, '
He's Jes exposition.
a Fren of Shouting Liza before election candidates for city I All Key Westers between I Then, as so often has happen* T I.
First Battalion to start back for Key West to be DIFSINMIAMI I Trombone Henr' Fillmore. I young It is most gratifying, Margaret -!
Jacksonville Fla. l1eadquarters'l in readiness to leave tomorrow ; I offices would have their announce the ages of 12 and 18 years are | says talk of " the Constitution,
Waltz. "Little! Zinaida. to receive from allover
Captain Pennywell \; morning.In 'I I Ruby"-Skaggs.: ments made and their campaigns I invited to attend. In order that j f gradually was relegated fui'1' "
Two "I'll the country of cheer
Step, String Along
First; Lieutenant William E. Thig-! the party are: Scoutmaster. J.I News has: been received in Key I With You" Warren and Dubin. I under way. they may realize the hearty welcome -| and advic, and all di playing at| and further back -on the heap i,
pen Second Lieutenant Alexander, A. Boza Assistant Scoutmaster West announcing the death of T. March. "York Fireman"-B. F. This year however, there seems*,'I with which they will be re-I deep interest in Key West. "I "burning neues.1"'President Roi.( '
Frank Russell in Miami Mr. Rus- to be a lack of interest on the cevied committee will the velt's .
IL Lening Betty Jackson Wilbert Moehrke, Past Scoutmasters : a be at j proposal for a wider if.j
Crrmling.Star I
ville, Fla.Captain. Charles H. Ketchum and sell was for many years a building : ), part of prospective seekers after!![.door to greet the visitors. j I t j tributton of the nation's w ..I< '.
Banner i
Spangled Francis 1
Edward V. Garcia, George F. Archer. contractor in Key West before I Scott Key. office and until this afternoon not i|I The regular meeting of the ;, \WPAOFrTOAf t! by a new system of teas! i r'fI.

First Lieutenant Andrew V.* Boa-! Scouts: Anthony Boza. Ray taking up his residence ill Miami. ,' one of the several citizens who' lodge will be held first and right'' i overnight became the most absorbing

well,. Second Lieutenant James B. Perez Bob Pittman. Joe! Campo Funeral arrangements will bej I I'have said they were going to run I': afterward the meeting of the boys ji! VISITING HERE! question in the ininJ c

Cato, Battery "B", Jacksonville, Felix Yado, Ray Demeritt, Dave made upon the arrival of the bodyin FRED CARBONELL would make apositive statement. ,\\ill] be called to order. Entertaining i i politician. The bitter.truggk, ;

Ha. Knowles Jack Cormack Billy Key West by his daughter, Mrs.r i j Approached by The Citizen and I features will ie presented and f fI 'the I, house over the "death -'a

1 Major William V. Albury, Spence Charles H. Ketchum. Jr., Clements Jaycocks, Jr. CONGRATULATED! asked Roberts a direct who is question member Laurie of I I refreshments served.CABRERA E. A. PYNCHON CONFERRING I! tence" clause in the holding !."

Second Lieutenant Thomas J. Jack Carey, Billy Burton, Sebastian now a I I ; pany bill pushed the "con-ti',' '

Kelly, Second Battalion, headquarters I I Cabrera III, Joe Arencibia, NEW ARRIVAL AT I i i i[stated the Key positively West Fire that he Department will *>e a1 J, HEADS"ROTARYSINGERS I WITH ADMINISTRATOR I! tional" issue raised by the r-r.\:

Key West. .'1.. Jack Solano. James Moore Edwin i : i decision more into the bab
candidate and I
for of
Captain Roger Carter, First Nelson, Hilary Albury, Paul lIer.I Dr. Fred S. Carbonell son of\, ca'itain police M. E. GILFOND j ground.No .

Lieutenant Richard W. Barnes I I rick Russell Hyman Donovan FIGUEREDO HOME Mr. and Mrs. Juan Carbonell, is in'j!!1, brief will start;time.his campaign within a I! I! lens an authority than V'.

Second Lieutenant Edward G. Herrick Bascom L. Grooms Howard I receipt of a wire from L. M. An-I|I President Garner has been "t'(1'"
I Mr. Roberts said he had been I E. A. Pynchon, WPA
I deputy .
E. McDonald. Carl Diaz, Car- and derson representing one of the rented as believing, the puMi 1'
Ballard Battery "D". Miami, Mr. Mrs. B. Figueredo announce I I Ii
considering I candidate i administrator
ecomnig for is in
a Florida
lyle Fabal, Herbert Dion Allan large dental supply houses, congratulating -] ; (, utility question wiN be the donu-
Ha. I the birth of a boy this i for the office which he I j I MELVIN RUSSELL., NEW PRES-! the city looking over the project
Captain Leslie E. Russell. First' Neil Roberts Meethyn Evans morning at their home 647 William him on having succesyfully -! formerly I )j I nant issue in 1936.
and in submitted f
I I I was nojr a by the )local ad ministration -
Lieutenant William C. lIarri..1 George Lowe and Horace Brightman. streetThe youngster passed the state board j IDENT, PRESIDES AT j :- Lewis Insists
he he
I whereby can state positively and conferring with M.
examination in
Second Lieutenant tirped the scales at 8 1-4 pounds. dentistry. I! will be in the race. Gilfond, local administrator There' one member of c'-n
Roberts, Battery "En. Key West, That the boys will enjoy their i He has been given' the name of Dr. Carbonell has started in on I other officials. E.1 gress, however, who does not pl.
II I meals i is assured it was said as I Richard F. his initial practice in one of the 1 .
Ha.Captain William B. Keating, Julius Camus, well known chef, I Mrs. Figueredo was before her local dental parlors. and his many II MANY BUILDINGPERMITS ; One of the features of today'sRotary !| Conrad Van Hyning, Florida supreme pose that court's the issue invalidatir.n rained b) R.
lunchVim was the administrator, is inspecting
is to preside in the kitchen. marriage Miss IIAel Symonette.Both friends wish him all success in his learning j i
Coral Gables First Lieutenant! NRA shall be forgotten if he <':in
; chosen profession. | of anew song'-under the direction : camps on the keys and is ex-!
William C Bayless, Jacksonville;! I mother and baby are doing I ISSUEDiTWENTYSEU'N of Sebastian Cabrera. Jr. IPrcsiden I| petted to .crri-'e late this afternoon -} help it. He i.< Repr a>entativ',
Medical detachment. I LOREDWOMAN nicely. wI .' Lewis of Maryland serving In ,
Russell and with Julius Stone
IC I I II .\ Me\TJn continue'ii meet ;
Warrant Officer Caesar La- I sixth term in the bonne, and r...
I I TEN LICENSES I, fA'<;ns: {Iaf :seek his report who arrived this afternoon on the;
Monaca\ band leader, )Miami Fla.I HELD FOR TRIAL JUDGE BROWNE I ; MONTH of the r*<*eiit'Dfc\rieC"Conferencfl Steamship Cuba from Havana? author with Senator WajpKr .r
Work is continuing at the reservation 'I I J New York of the adn fti..itrat"/I'/ .
TO OF JULY TWO DURING held, aero Beach. A desire' was i Mir.; Pynchon, M. E. Gilfond and
:s; I \WED ISSUED I I i ; (
and today Major Albury- GOES TO MIAMI I I exp **Sed. }hat Ke\Vritinoe this report -' other officials of the local ad: social security bilL
hall a force of men resurfacing !I I I PAST WEEK at some future meeting. ministration. I The social security bill nrtt *

and oiling some of the roads I The colored women charged I, Eddie Strunk was appointed by Mr. Pynchon was expected tot all'signs fail, is headed for a 1'\ -

which it is said, will be in first with vagrancy were" given hearings Judge Jefferson B. Browne left i I There were 10 marriage licenses I I Two building and repair permits I the chair as a committee of one on arrive yesterday over the Honda*. sible test of constitutionality bo-

class condition for service by Sunday this morning.;: They were each during the week for Miami where' issued! during the month of July ,I' were issued this week from the Rotary Foundation. j|, Eat Coast Railway but arrived! fore the supreme court

I released on bond of $50 for their he will take ores the duties of from'I the office of Judge Hugh I office of Harry 1>f. Baker, building Guests' present at the meeting''''late' in the afternoon in a statej Lewis has filed in the Con n' .

Another addition to the great appearance at the next term of Judge H. F. Atkinson, who is- Gunn. This number is five less inspector, making a total of tcday were John Twin, auditor of!t;j i road department plane from Mi-| sional Record an exhaustive hn"< f!

amount of work acomplished in criminal court. .* planning a month's vacation. than was issued during the monthof 27 for the month of July. the Mallory Steamship Company,! ami. of 13 printed pages setting for', .,

the past few weeks by the major.I Mittie Torres appeared before I While in Miami, Judge Browne June Issues this week were for: and :\. Bogar engineer connected i I j arguments and precedents again-k

w the construction of a bandstand I Justice of the Peace Rogelio will occupy Jndge Atkinson's offices Issues to date this week author- General repairs at 2325 Harris with the FERA. j I I STARTED SEARCH | what he terms such "usurpation( "

which needs but the chairs> Gomz. Jennie Mae Phillips was conducting routine matters, ized the marriage of: Leo Hersel J avenue. Owner. Raymond Cs/- The club -win entertain as its''1 I t I I power" by the supreme tribim-t''

and wiring when it will be in| arraigned in the court of Judge it is stated, although it is not ex- Thompson and Daisy Pauline' brera; cost. $300. guests at the next meeting the of-j 1 MILWAUKEE-When Joseph! His goal is to remove the court

readiness for use at the regular| Hugh Gunn and Emma Kirkland I pected that he will preside at any Jones; Theodore Lawrence Estorge I Erect garage at 615 Grinnell fleers and orchestra of the Flor- ,, Zeil of this city missed his first! ; completely from the field of rk-!

concerts to be given by Caesar j(made her plea to Justice of the trial of cases assigned to Judge and Lorelia Lucille Woolley; Rob-I street. Owner, J. Blackwell; cost, ida State Militia, which begins its :I: meal at home in 20 yean, his Wire termining whether acts of con.

LaMonaca's regimental band. I Peace Frank O. Roberts. Atkinson's division. ert H- Dopp and Norman $200. annual encampment on August 4. {I i eked the police t4 search for him.)I,grass are constitutional.




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WARNING FROM GEO. WASHINGTONThis ........................ 1840, born'at Cambridge', Ma'*.
( KEY WEST IN-I I: Died Jan. 6, 1882.
L' r r TODAY'SWEATHERTemperatnrei : l 11 11lIiyhert Today'sAnniversaries
'P.NUh.4.Daily Exeept'8.nday By is !not 'the :Fourth of July, Constitution I
THE. C1TI2EY'PCBLzgHVlo' CO. ISC. DAYS'G0N'E.13Y I IHa !1 1818-Maria Mitchell, atrono-
U. P.-ART> .JOB" 'AU.EX.-From'Tlie: Afmlmtmmt Citizen BulMM'BoUiimK MaMCC- Day 'or.any H r.:'J..t 10 :"Year.' '", Tomorrow'* "'>..,..................... t woman admitted to the American -

Corner Qrco and Ana >8tr*.t* tional occasions 'when .we reaffirm o'ur national -I Aco Today' :;As'Takea.F"ID 1 ....--.---.-- _-.----. OoOoOo ... ,-89 Son rues; .... .......... 5:65 a. m.i,; 1770-William Clark, famous'' Academy of Arts and Sciences -
Only Many Newspaper"" 'i;'In' Key West aJxT'lfonroaCounty. faith in national institutions without The FUct Of Tli* Citizen Lowest ......Oo .- .*II Sunsets .............. ....... 7:11 p. m.i{ explorer of the Lewis-Clark expedition | !, horn at Nantucket. Mass. .'Dit'd
I Mean ,-.-.. m' --..' .---.-. -....---86 Moon rises ....... .. 8:37: a, m.' Missouri\ Territory governor at Lynn. ')fL": .,June %8, 18! *i.
.. regard to politics. -But even 'on a 'hot, I What is 'Normal __. .._ .. Indian !
n fltered_ at_Key West. Fiortta a. eond elasu matter considered an importantreal Mean '-' '''''' '' !. Moon sets -.-- ... 8:36 p. m. agent, born in Caro- :
rirrr-ttzTB YEAR summer day it is not too much to expect J l'state'transadion is thl' 'sale Rainfall'Yesterday's j; Tomorrow's Tides i line Co., Va. Died in St. Loui., 1819-Herman MelviHe. sailor,
"..Me .t ...... of the property at Duval and Front Precipitation .0 Ins..1 j! A.M. P.M. I Sept 1. 1838.1779Francis. I lecturer New York custom house
would in the following
that be interested
The' for Associated repoMicatton fret of all 1. news exclusively dispatches entitled credited to me to we streets opposite the First National Normal Precipitation .... .14 Ins,j[: High ,., ...._.... 11 :.1-1 I II i official author of several of the
It or not 'otherwise credited In'taU paper and-alao -excerpts from Washington's Farewell Bank. The site was bought from Thin rvr.r4 ever,.:..-.... peeled.[ Low ....._......_ ,1,56 r 5:40 Scott Key. they i greatest i ea storieswritten, born
the local ti ws published here. -_ William Curry Sons company By rdiag at H .'rl.rk tal. r.r.l.r. I I Barometer 8 'a. s., lodayi i I: Maryland lawyer who wrote in New York. Died there. Sept
Address: C. Aubrey Nicklas, of New 'York I II '|': Sea Jt'yel. 30VOK "Star Spangled Banner." 1814.,,28. 1891.
.;' """"' IDIICRIAl> "It is ,important, ,likewise, that the and L.'R. .Warner. of. Key West. I of The Citizen today as a candidate +I --.1-J-i < T \\i I! born near 'Baltimore. Died in):
ir- ASSOCIATION"ADVERTISING The location is 'known locally asRibner's I for mayor. :Mr. Warner : [ Baltimore Jan '
11. 1843.
9asgvBSCRIPTIOYRATEs ,habits of thin CJng in a free country'should corner from the fact that etated his reasons for withdrawing II II I i -WEATIIiR/FOQEGAST' j I i i iI 1833-((100 years ago Elias! C.oudinot. .
: I II I Cherokee Indian lawyer
I from the for councilman from j jI
I inspire 'caution in those entrusted with II.; B. Rahnef for many years conducted -j race TillA 1 I! 1815-Richard Henry Dana. Arkansas Confederate .olI
,n. Year '1.... its there.i I the Sixth ward wa because of P.i]i I ( p m., Friday) editor -
Sis Months 'I,oe I administration!! to confine themselves within For several a stationery weeks binder store; on the '': Ross Roberts announcing aa: ]j: Key West and I Vicinity: Partly ,,' Boston lawyer, author of the classic !i I dier-statesman.; farmer who devoted -
Three Months J.U a cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle : "Two Years Before the '1 1i a-good part of his life to se-
One Month ..11WeUly property has been held by the l' cs ndidate for reelection.A '[ 1Iat'1
their) constitutional
.Z' respective spheres 1 1I I' j Hiring.peace between Indians and
but it until today i
was'not '
RATES avoiding in the exercise of the of owner m&Southerly at Atlanta, New Orleans and J:: the U. S., born near Rome Ga.
powers that the formal sale special meeting of council :':
completed. -
was city i
Made known I I I
_on application. I Davenport Iowa. Died' at Fort smith Ark., Sept.
SPECIALl'foTlCJD' one department, to encroach upon another. The price was 15000. ][ has Leon called for this evening -i I I
I ( ..... __ )During the last! 24 hours showers : j X27 i 1S90.j .
All reading Botlces. cards of thanks, resolution of to hear complaints of QII.-
"The spirit of encroachment tends to propIerty ]
notices, eta.'will be'da&rCed'for'atthe were rsidelv scattered and:
respect abltmary relative the '
to tax \
rat. of 10 cents a line. consolidate the powers of all the departments At a meeting in the White owners 1 1i a I- r: mostly light in character occu-ring j 1843-Robert Todd Lincoln..t.I'I lj l-
by churches rrem'walcha i rcll i assessment for 1925. On ,
Notices for entertainment : 1 :
street high school last night win- in northern Florida on the mid- j e= and only surviving son of thegreat
Is b. i cent m. line.
revenue to in one, and thus to create, whatever 'i I Tuesday night: the council will, 11
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion ners in the essay! contest recently!i dle Gulf coast Indiana, the northern i j President soldier Chicagolawyer
of public Issues and subjects of local or central the form of government a real des-. held by the Patriotic Order Sons,1 I,I meet in regular; session when many -1bV 1 I Plains an.I in the Canadian ; statesman, born at Springfield :-
interest bat It will not publish anonymovs conunmnl- matters of import'.nce will be tak- ,
potism. x x x x of America were announced as 1 1tJ, northwest. !! Ill. Died July 25. 192(5.j ( .
for discussion! ;
en and
follows First gold medal up disposal! Pressure is low the entire
e.tlOD&A : prize a ;
"If in the opinion of the the thereof. !L :
girl's idea of a perfect man is sub- people, Miss Francis Cochran, senior : ? l Y country unJer the inluence of the j i FINALLY FINDS OUT
revision. distribution or modification of the Con- class Monroe High School; silver ', Winds 'Partly Cloudy I! Canadian dist!' 'Iroance" which has I -
ject to frequent I
stitutional ,powers be in any particular medal to Miss Alphonsine Cleare, The local national guard com- winds mostly: southeast; and south. < continued to move eastward across!' I| SYRACUSE, N. Y.Patrolmani
eighth grade} Monroe Junior High pr.ny left last evening over the ,, Partly cloudy tonight i St. Lwrence GaIt and Labrador i Paul Wolford of this city had a
Napoleon had his Waterloo and Mussolini wrong let it be corrected by an amendment School. In the grammar school Florida East: Cost Railway for I!, end Friday: possibly local thundershowers i S. M. GOLDSMITH I fractured skull for more than two
,his 'Ethiopiaperhaps.A in the way which the Constitution I the gold medal goes to Julio' Lace- ', PensacolawheiT! they will be in'- Friday in north portion. Temporarily in Charjre. years before he found it out.
designates. donia and the silver medal to camp for a period: of 15 days. The
But !let there be no change by : Jackson viHe'to Florida Straits:. --
is commanded by Captain
remains usurpation; for though this in one instance : Elizabeth Phelan. The essay subject j|,: J. L. %Wat.-oi', and has a full Gentle to moderate southwest,
popular song popular only, was "The Life of Thomas Jef- winds, over north portion and
wntil'someone"writes a sillier one. ,'may be the instrument of good it is ferson." There were 88 essays : complement of officers;, and men. ,I southeast to south over south. I

the customaryweapon by which free governments submitted. : tion and generally;: fair por-j .
We will be pleased to-hare-you consult about
I I Sales in Ma 1el1o; TOWTS suh- us>
'Most are eagerto learn'aboutbusinessespecially' are destroyed: i ii : dmsion for today totalld $42- tonight and Friday.
persons : southeast"
i Miss' Claudia Demeritt and Mrs. I I East Gulf: Gentle to how you canBuild
,,500. This is one of the most!"
other people's.This Harry Gregory shared honors at-a routh winds except southwest over
a, MANY REFUSE JOBS 'i i eventful sales days: since: the opening and
surprise! party last night when a' extreme north portion partly
i number of friends gathered at the of the su'xiivisipn several ,, overcast weather with scattered i
is'the '
'first of the month. Be I
home of Miss Demeritt at 928 I' weeks ago. !,!i showers over north portion Fri- Buy
Recent i
dispatches tell of thousands of or
kind to the bill 'collector'and abuse him Whitehead street. The eveningwas };day. ,
in various j Among the recent arrivals in j i
not. parts of the country who passed playing on the I 1 I I --
1' West is Flank
have-refused to accept either private or 1 lawn after which refreshmentswere :Key: a large real Curry estate reprecer.ting syndi--i j;! WEATHER CONDITIONS I Refinance Your Home

You'll have to admit, brother, that the ,government employment preferring to remain before erved.marriage Mrs.Miss Gregory Eloise Cur-was ., cate of Miami. JvTr. Curry is here j'I l'' iI ii i i
ptrchas'ng' property for the company The severe heat wave has con-
direct relief without 1 ,, ,
new swim suits,"with gl 'ls'inSide, make on working. tis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wit! which .iie i.:< connected. ,, tinued throughout the Mi i'ir.pi.! I
swimming attractive. Farmers in the vicinity of West- Thomas Curtis and is on a visit He proposes, he said: to purchase I s j,I lower Missouri; and Ohio Valleys or repair or modernize any type of

chester, Va., complained that I loafers with her parents from her homein I i a number of! parcels before and the central Plains States. building,on insured credit ,
Alabama. Miss Demeritt is the|:I leaving for :Miami. I!i Temperatures throughout those regions -
them when
laughed at offered and"In
The St. Louis man who advertises to jobs daughter of Superintendent W. W. i are five to fifteen degrees I
trade a saxophone for a shotgun has prob- South Dakota and elsewhere difficultyis Demeritt of the lighthouse department ;1 Boys of Key West who hate above the seasonal! average and

ably'received an anonymous warning being experienced in obtaining workersto is spending, and a Mrs.vacation Demeritt from and her been attending military: encampments within -' the following high recorded maximum tem- The FIrstNational Bankof: Key- West !
harvest are expected to return peratures were yesterday -
crops. studies at Florida State Collegefor a few days. The bovs are Andrew : 102 decrees at Dodge City. "
The old fellow who used to serenadehis The Relief Administration has served Women at Tallahassee. NeD Priteh mod, Leo Lopez. Kansas; 100 degrees at Cairo. II., ApproYed ,Mortgage
girl with a guitar has a grandsonwho notice that any person on relief who refuses Kermit Cleare, Winston Brown Wichita. Kansas! and Hu I
a job will be cut off the rolls immediately L. R. Warner who previously Emory Mor.tecino.: Ivan Parks, ron, Sooth Dakota; 98 degrees at
gets' (Quicker .results with an auto announced' ,himself" as a candidatefor George Parks Leslie Russell Col- St. Louis, Meridian Mississippi j, FEDERAL HOUSING ,ADMINISTRATION
horn. but checking up on the slackers councilman from the Sixth ton Park Will Roberts. Frank I and Little RocV, Arkansas; 96 degrees -I
will be a difficult task. ward announces in the columns Sheppard and GerrlJ Hernandez. at Lorisviile and 94 degrees '/

Much dissatisfaction is being en- _. -
Brisbane is endeavoring to make 'us -- -- -- -

goatminded.Ve would constantly'be in countered because of the widely varying I ,' '' -

fear some one would get our goat, If we rates of pay offered on various work relief ;.

had one. projects, which range from $19 to $94 per : a

month. Those who would receive the

,Almost;any ,Key West sweet young, lower rates of pay ''will naturally remainon AFTER THAT, SWIM .

thing can tell you:that'no man has ever, direct-relief as:long'as'possible. '

questioned'her veracity'when. she told-him :Very little progress has been made in ; t

how admirable! 'hexwas. the direction of getting work relief pro- 1Lxz

jects under way only a few thousand:; men
The United States Treasury intendsto having been transferred from direct relief ;

mint square coins for those denomina- so far. The entire relief situation seems to .

tions under one cent. ,More monetary! complications be badly muddled, and the problem of how Ji

even if.. the units are on :the to straighten it out is a serious one. .i COSH AFTER A SWIM 3mouAtch &tUw i
square. ? ONE THING I WANT #
r A'LUCKY. tt
:This is a period of upsets. -Hallahan t

of the Cardinals came back so did ,Helen (Sarasota Herald)

Wills. The new open champ never won a The'plant .growing on Bamboo Key near Key' I'w ey f"S 4J 1F J

tournament before and '''Braddock unexpectedly West which has been claimed to be a natural foe .

won over.Baer. Perhaps;Ethiopia of the pesky! mosquito has been studied by R. ,, \i

will whip Italy. C. Tanner! sanitary engineer of Key 'West, who : '
*,, ,
i made a trip to the key with several other men ;

NaPoleos and Hitler' have 'much in Mr. Tanner is quoted. in the Key West Citizen ,r : 1
common.Neither was born in the coun- as saying: :

try in whichthe! became: famousl: The.former '. "The' Cuscuta ,UmbelUta i is a naturaL nio-. t 1f

saw thql.a light..of/day/ in Corsica, the quito>repellent: but i its use in mosquito control l i is 1-

latter in Altslria.Eachwasa? corporal in as yet to determined.. It will never talc a, the t ti

the army .of his adoption. Napoleon dissolved place of draining, filling and spraying< of low areas i

the parliament, Hitler the reich. and other breeding places.

The similiarity in their lives may continue, "In order to get a real effective control from t

with Hitler ending his days in exile, unlesshe this Cuscuta Umbellata or dodder, it will be necessary ..
goes the quicker way. to have a mat of this growth to cover the i ,

whole town on areas to be controlled, but if this! .: b :.4 s 1 t

Some H .OOO American soldiers are plant could be embodied in an insecticide it would

When the make.a, effective spray. ,, t tJ
stationed in the Philippines. vny I 1 ro ,,f. y' ,fin ,
l islands become independent and 'the sol- One of .my men reports that some of the r. 3 ti

diers leave for the United States, they Cuscuta Umbellata from the first trip, which he
should be stationed, at least "
years, in Key West where the climate is creased the flies and mosquitoes. This man has

semi-tropical'; approximating that in the no screens on his house at alL"

Philippines. The Barracks are here prac- Sanitary engineers are not planning to abandon -

tically abandoned and a large number! of the j present methods of fighting-the .mosquito i I '( AFTER THAT SWIM, ;

such the of lands*and the cf- {
soldiers could be comfortably acconv. as draining swamp I'M YOUR :BEST FRIEND
modated here.Upholding. fective use of oiL One of Florida's l'n il'er\J1as! ,

said that the mosjuito must be halted I before-he I a' f I AM'YOUR ',LUCKY' STRIKE. ;4 I

the contention of the becomes an "aviator." If the1 plantcan't>'tCr wni yj C i *1 1 1i

Highlands County News that a cross- i in o h sections of Florida in. such quantity that

state ship canal would not pay for itself the.mosquito mud< find other places todo his : -i; ; : TeiTIfr I

the Fort Myers News-Tribune gives this flying and biting, it-will not halt the breeding of f : I;
challenging forecast: "If the .traffic .be- the pest which after all, is! necessary in the ;

tween Gulf ports and the Atlantic sea- battle.

board were twice as heavy as it has ever IT'S THE tOBACCOTHAT COUNTS

beer. and all the ships would take the timeto '.When a politician has designs on a ,

go through the canal and a fee was public office it does not help his candidacy ,
There : : finer tobaccos han those used in 1 iLuckles t
are .no ;
charged of'twice'the cost of going'aroundby to dodge his debts;and particularly II _

Key West it would'for the upkeep those owed institutions which could Join JI.

let alone the original cost of .the the ,opposition inputting the skids under t
I. Chills 1M.TW AMfcM T+SMS c. '
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canal.-Miami Daily News. him and thwarting his ambition. .
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-_.._ .- right "field and the "Red "Devils"I' I
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1. Q tDY get another score. DIAMONDBALLTRIDAY

walked .Ingraham singled to center NIGHTBy

c -Jloorv nNOPSlI'l.cpq JMv .fo*...f0country asd 0104. sullen lines that hInted at an ny! I ;spORTS'BROOKLYN : .. ..Albano'do.ubled- to rigid and -
;fUsc ./ Laurtt-t employer.1 Marls temper. !l
....".ry:, ?oemu. ''''"eFI' >...<. His name-was-not Smith; It was McCarthy scored Ingraham going,
.Lewi**. Ae">*. R.. Hoar,to tckan to third. (By JOVE) ( JOVE)
Dallas Griffin
''ie.rt. w .tedtf to ft* married Be bad been playing the fool threw to third and j
t.r.Alt>*rV. '..c.*,<. t*aowNtca with her la the North.And be dlda't .l Ingraham went home safe Griffin| The Cubs!" won the first game of The Lopez Funeral Home and

.a.10.pwtaenter.. teat 1krJJ'JHffAt./ / T Aiell*. v t.. want their host to know that they'd dropping the balL Two more runs i the Junior Diamondball League's the Busy Bee tens will play again,
'.lot* tt U" Lc1Irte. met. Well she wouldn't 1t1'8'the second-half schedule. tomorrow night for the benefit of
show away now.She'd wait and give for Lopez. The score is now tied
The leading hitters were Wood- the club going; to the state tourna
ChApter :0 him a piece of her mind later on. I up. !
'SURPRISEiyt'FOOTMAN Albery. who knew that Jimmy I5! to 3, and losing the nightcap 4 BUSyelOWN; No more scoring is noted until son and Low for the Cab and mint
Dallas had been a great trouble to AND i Villareal and Nelson for the Bay ,:i The Social League games will be
opened a door lead- "I 0.Cincinnati ,the tenth inning In this frame I
lather a stern narrow-minded defeated St>-Louis in view Stars.
played Monday night.
J'1 ins on the great hall Into along moralist with one of those iron wills BOSTON!!DIVIDE !I I a night game,.4 to '3. FUNERALHOMERS the Bees put over one tally. Hale In the field the leaders were
that must dominate his entire ,singled to left atkl !
room full ot soft lights and family The summaries follow: I went to second Almeda and Albury for the Stars
and surroundings was inclined to, NATIONAL :LEAGUEAt I : on a wild pitch M. Acevedo hit a
I and
.wonderful brocades.and dull gilded : Jaycocks and Sawyer for the LEAGUE STANDINGS
':ilU'll be sympathetic to the young man. DOUBLEHEADER : New York R. H. E. lNiDlAlflONDBAtL{ I! hard roller to second and Hale Cubs were outstanding. I
tare and mellow Italian
plo Jimmy seemed to him to be much Philadelphia .__.._.......... 5 12 0 I i I:went to' tJrird. A. Acevedo singled 1 1I Two men were out when the :
;tares, .and roses roses roses the same as all those ot,his class i New York ..._......_.._------312 1 j I to center. Hale scored. S1 I. Ace-winning'[ run was scored. i AMERICAN LEAGUE
'everywhere! who had grown up In the postwar I Ii I vedowent to
years of excess and brilliance ol CHICAGO AND ,PITTSBURGH; Batteries: C. Davis and Todd; EXHIBITION GAME PLAYED; third. A. Acevedo I I! Score by innings: R. H. E. 1 Club- W. L. Pet.

:The room -was empty. They had crisis and gloom.One couldn't expect Hubbell Chagnon and Danning.At i Ito I Ii I second. Griffin out. pitcher Stars. .,n.. 004 001 210-8 11 3 Detroit. -.... ........ 5$ 37 .611

'mitt an elderly some people' when they arrived those boys to drudge and slave as ALSO SPLIT TWIN.BILL DETROIT i ATBAYVIEW: PARK LAST t first.' i j(I Cubs ""." 005 101 011-9 12 31 I Kew York .. ...... 52 :37 .584)

lady very fashionable a E.1!i However the Embalmers came Batteries ..... .._.
relative of their their fathers and grandfathers bad WINS FROM ST.i Cincinnati R. II. NIGHT RESULTED IN SCORE : Sweeting and Nelson; j Chicago. 51 37 .580
host an elderly done building up the .great businesses St. Louis .... ._.......__... 3 100 I back in their half of the inning I I Lowe Richardson and Woodson. ; Boston ....._........ .. 49 44 .521

man. and his chic. dltra-modern that were now crashing on LOUIS BROWNS Cincinnati ......._.._.._.........4 13 2 -OF'8 TO 6 and put over one run to knot the !I Clenland15 45 .500

hints daughter.from Glad that girl.hoped to get some eye r y baud. Working .'without I Batteries: P. Dean and Davis; count once more. Gonzalez tripled GAVE REASONS I I Philadelphia .......... 39 47 .453

respite under crushing taxation: and Freitas and Campbell j I to right and scored on McCarthy'stsingle I Washington .......... 39 55 .415

"How lovely to be rich!" chanted vexations labor conditions, for a future Iftprrlal t. Tae<'1<<__) (By JOVE) 1 I to center. NORWICH, Eng.-Alex Baker I St. Louis h....._.._... 30 61 .330
'Gladys to herself-as! the footman that nobody could foresee. Although i I Finally in the fourteenth canto: of this city confessed to stealing I
tshut the.door behind ber. 'NEW YORK. Aug. 1.- First Game The Lopez FUDe arllome dia-
"Mr. AI-
But then Mark Albery was one of the Bees won the game-with one a bicycle, but said he did it to NATIONAL LEAGUE
lbe1'11. a lamb! love him! Girls At PittsburghR.."H. E.Chica&o mondball] .Bee '
and the
on ten .Busy
those rare men with the Midas touch. streak nior% run than was needed. M.
::tae stage often marry millionaires! their last winning ...... .... _......... 481 cape from a widow who was court- Club- W. L. Pet
a gift from birth. And all his life he ? I Bakers! staged a .14-isning battle I Aceredo doubled to( right. A. Ace
j ing him.I New York ..... .... 60 33 .645
U wonder If I shall?" the Pittsburgh ......._......_..... 2 6 0 1
had had'the remakable was snapped at 11
luck games
to be last night -Bayview Park, the vedo hit the pmt ire and got cred-I I Chicago; ...... ........ 62 37 .626
Tae door opened again' and a tall able to-work and play as well. Besides Chicago Cubs narrowed the gap! Batteries: Henshaw French and Bees emerging vie 8rto for his fifth hit. Manolo went to j Baker; Sterling and Ingraham for St. Louis ......... ...... 55 37 .598

young man came In. smoking a he was absolutely'-non-moral; Hartnett; Blanton and Padden. 6 count. ,'The camein. third Armando stole second. Grif I j the Embalmers. I Pittsburgh; ..._......... 54 44 .551
clgaret '
and whistling lightheartedly. a man lacking in conscience. separating them from the Giantsto I the final extra inning on .MarioPena's fin fanned. Pena doubled to left I Score by innings: : R. )H. E. 1 Cincinnati .. ....... 51 53 .490
-Second Game
'He had rather double with runners on second Manolo and Armando scoring.: > j; Busy BeesI i Brooklyn ...........,... 41 52 .441
thick features. other guests came tn. There one-half when they splita I At Pittsburgh R. H. 'E.
THE game j and third.Armando The Embalmers failed to I 201 020 000 100 02 15
scorein 8 5 .
., 40 53 .430
'which his face .... ... I
gave a blurred ef- some people from the Chicago ..._ ... ._... .- 5 12 1 -
Aceveuo hit s home their half.Sterling j Funeral Home .. ......
.... .266
Lopez Boston 23: 6TT
dout Icheaderwith
?fact. but was r"l Pittsburgh I -
be oalooklnl..and neighborhood besides the house I Pittsburgh m_.._............. 6 14 2 !
exuded that curious :I run, two doubles and two singlesin handled 20 chances at 100 100 120 100 00-6 10 3
magneUam party equal number of
men and Batteries: Carleton. Root Hen
;that no ose can describe. His eyes women. Pirates while the leagueleadingGiants O'Dea five times -&t bat. first. Fielding stars were: Hale Batteries: F. Tynes and Griffin Subscribe to The Citizen: -20c
shaw and Bush Hoyt, 1
'were hut!.'witt arfean lights very Gladys eat beside the handsome were dro?'gin! i a decision Birkofer and Padden; Grace. i F. Tynes pitched'the full yame and Delaney for the Bakers!" and ; A. Lunn Gates and Ingraham I weekly.Goodyear's .

/unerry; bjs$ hair was light brown elderly man with the very-modern for the. Busy Bees.allowing-only --. ,. -- --- -
land thick, but fashionably plastered daughter. Her chatter so uncon-' to the Phillies.!! First Game 10 safeties. A. Lunn hurled 10
: : his ears were big and stuck scionsly egotistic seemed to amuse I frames for the Embalmers and
lout from ills head which The New York Giants' lead At Boston R. H. El Gates finished,
was verybroad him.She when Brooklyn ..._..,......_......... 5 10 1 i the game: being.
on the top.His evening clothes was: a little Intoxicated hersuccess. dwindled to a half-game credited with the loss.
(hid their by Boston ............................ 361
perfection under an air She looked at Laurie further they dropped a 5 to 3 decision to The Bees scored two in the first
iof belonging to him. down the table. How quiet she Batteries: Clark, Benge and frame in this'manner: Hale first
the Phillies.
Gladys gave a Itttle shriek. WILL Jimmy Dallas was beside her. Lopez; Macfayden, 'Betts and man up -walked; Armando 'Ace t

:Jimmy! Jimmy Smith! Here's I but she hardly opened her mouth. The first-place Detroit Tigers Hcgan. II vedo hit a homer to centerfield, rr

''happiness! I Something bad come over Laurie raised their lead over the idle sec scored on two rri'd pitches.

The young man gave a quick !since her husband's return She had ond-place New Yorkers to three Second Came The Funral Homers put one
'.startled glance round the room; then : got kind of dulL Glad was almost At Boston R. H., E.
:hl. eyes came back to Olady's lovely !ashamed of her sister tonight Sue gzmes as they turned loose- 13- Brooklyn ......._............... 051: man across the plate: in the initialframe..whenGonzalezwalked

.little figure In the azure-blue frock looked as If all this luxury and hit bombardment against" the St. Boston ..._.._.-...._......_._ 492 antj
:that Laurie had made her. A dream'Of gaiety was too much for her. Louis Browns to win 9 to 3, even- Batteries: Babich Munns.\ Reis went to second because of'anoth- -

witchery with her grey-bine eyes I That was certainly not the case. and Taylor FranVhouse and Muel V free pass to Paker; Gonzalez
the series. ; for
ing !! high reputation .
'no scorde! on two wild pitches.
deliberately. .inviting: his admira Laurie who had brains and char- ler. *
;:tion. abler and much more Imagination Mel Harder, Cleveland's curve The Bakers-scored one more in I doesn't mean Goodyear Tires cost more i

This was like a fairy tale to>> find ,than her sister was far better ableto ball :artist who had hit only one AMERICAN LEAGUE the third frame. With'two outs, FOOTPRINTS

(her boy here the boy of the cigirel appreciate her surroundings and. home run in his seven-year ma- At.Detroit R. H. E. Acevedo was safe at first on an ) money-it means you get more value

ease the boy who had taught her keep her bead at the same time. St. Louis 382 error by Esmond! Albury. He went ; at as low or lower prices!
to eat oysters the grill of the Mid But ber three hours alone with Al jor league career belted out circuit Detroit ------------S: 13 0 I to third on a do-atle to deep left R THAT PROVE

land Grand at Manchester the boy berg although they were*wortlng : drives "but they Tailed to keep Batteries: Andrews and Hems- by Armando and scored on a.wild

of the stream-lined sporting car In hours had filled her once again with him from taking a 6 to 4 beating Icy; ''BridJtes and Cochrane.At I )pitch by Lunn. Detective Faurot's' ,famous EXTRAMILEAGE

which they: bad.skimmed over the that curious depression. And each from the challenging Chicago- : I In the fourth canto Lopez scored ; investigation
roads like a long:red-and-whlte bird! time she met his eyes and he smiled White Sox.Wesley smacked
Chicago R. 11. E. one more. Sterling
What are you doing here?" he in his friendly way she felt,that Ferrell made up for his Cleveland .............._..-., 490 one on the nose fora circuit blow proved Goodyear's sensational J.

tasked. there was something: deep In his generosity with hits by slammingout Chicago .................-........ 6 13 Oj J Ito deep center. uG.3" All- -Theee tread foot-
"Staying here Are nature that she could understand.
pet yon? never two home runs and driving in
'|I'm with sister I Batteries: Harder 1.. Brown and j! In 3 the fifth, the 'Bakers put i Weather delivers lowest- r. ntaalib '
my -she's Mr. AIbery's four counters as the Boston Red ) :.-3..tlr-
Brenzel Phelps and SewelL over two more. Tyneswalked.
i secretary: 7 Also she was wondering'. Rex Sox defeated Washington, 6 to 4.1' ; cost-per-mile service. the long mileage
Roberts singled l to right.Sawyer
taylng berellie looked at her. Moore were on his way back. 4f
F aud< with.a Quick movement took to make it two straight over the I' At Washington R. H. E.I threw the ball over third and Tyne And we can ,back that : 'shownprovef there' Mill lots of

her In bis arms and kissed her. "It's too hot to dane'e." said Jimmy Senators. Boston ......._.._.._......... 6 15 scored! Roberts stopping at third. aon-eldd lef tin these
"You're the same cuddlesome Dallas to Gladys come hour later. The BrooVyn Dodgers held their Washington ------ 4 12 0 Hale walked. Roberts scored on up with actual footprint treadaforthoua.nd.recordsof"G3'e".driven *
.. .cutle!" be said "I'm fifth place in the National Leagueby ( W"F: ii"n wild .onmlleao.aa.etJ'c;
teasingly and lightly melting away. Come Into the Batteries: R. I a- pitch. )
pinched her ear ".But. listen garden! splitting a doubleheader with Bollton. In the-seventh.frame.H.
you Ferrell Newsom Russell and- here in ,.. ,-
mustn't know me here! Don't ask He knew the place -well, and led the Boston Braves!!!, taking the first,i 1 connected for a four-bagger toe right town:!evidence .,

questions! There's no time. My her across a big lawn through a of better than _
name's not Smith. 1 can't explainnow. shrubbery into a wild garden,, -. -- ,

Somebody may come in. any where azaleas and sweet-scented r.l'.iIT.iIT.iIT.I I'I'.I.iIT.I;

minute. You don't know me. Glad peonies In rich tints ot rose and ...... ...........e.....................*..e.................**.......: I el. ,43LONGERNONSKID s ltJao...
understand? We've never met be- apricot and flame made an exquisite : x R. Rock
': TN MILEAGE AT : U.S. MmH,SpecialWUlUmWalt
'fore. You're adorable cutler and 171sett picture under the moon. :

you later on. I'm Just the same There was nobody there and .. I NO, EXTRA COST

.but I'm not Jimmy Smith Now Jimmy took her In his arms, squeezing

there's somebody coming! His ber tight and covering her,, ;s -ON THE SAME - -
voice fell to a whisper *s the door s. moo t b. peach-bloom face with : :
handle turned. rDon't; play the fool kisses E'Pl DU1" ROA S'YOUDJlIVE::

or you'll get us both In a hell of a i Tlowerface. what a treatlie I 7 .:

mesa!" murmured. never expected any KTMt '.. I
thing like thlsFlowerrace !" : iI 11,145.5.
(IT was Mark Albery who came into His sweet nickname THAT PROVE p.rem.. *
the room alone. for her! The girl looked Into his I.eaiyMs ,
He milled at the two young people. merry deceiver's eyes trying to b e Pesky Mosquito I l I 1

His eyes did not fail to take In angry."What.

(ilady's spectacular loveliness,bat. It did yon want to call yourself .. I, f

made no appeal to aim."So mltlt'- for Jimmy What was! g '
:: you've Introduced yourselves the game? Making a fool of me!" rnela.a.
-that's right "Darling. 1 couldn't belp myself! tKnqclcDqwn: -
} i t 'WireISc
He bad < careless ease'i; >tibe] Let me tell! My old governor Is a- :: 'Screen ii ..
horn host tb1 er worrying about his perfect terror. He didn't know I was Screen Doors } WITH A ; ,W.CbMoUMic H. Crews*
guests: but r faking everybody feel up there at alL Nobody did. 1 was II' o 115'I KJnUtoo.Hrarr .
at borne by slijtwing that he expected' supposed to be somewhere else. U ,. : $5 : TRADE. ; Ma..

Ihejp.ta. t. r y: he'd got wind of IU that I was'baring ... ... -, ....85c { 1 .:i "TRAIEIMALLQWAICE i /.25.:
wbp'nad thViasOaci fun with ', .
Gladys ot the sweetest Ilttle girl ht'tho -. I YatdUp .. .
i _
luxury In its crudest form looked at world. I'd never have heard the : YOUR ;
301t3CL /
him with Battering( eyes lost.I.D an end of IL" t

ecstatic adoration of I bls1; beer mean your father" asked TIRE WITH '
wealth. : Adjustable I : 30 3H CL..
Uladys suspiciously But you're not SCREEN -for a genuine GOODYEAR- !0,111 earbulltPathfindermadeoffresh'
"I I hope my young friend Jimmy so darned young-you're not a kid!I" dark*

Dallas will amuse you Miss Gladys." "The governor thinks I am-an Infant WINDOW\ ENAMEL : new rubber. All latest Good-* -and drive away on a guaranteed TuiDrtnrDMroic..Mtch.

be said. 'According to his father beonly in arms! He .wants me to do -- features lonwearin GOODYEAR Speed..,. ,A value

lives for pleasure. Sorry your nothing but slave away at the bally S 'SCREENS SEDCCHt; 4 :::1 year center traction safety tread- that only the world' largest tire "'_ _""''-' rtti '
people couldnt come tonight old business. If he knew I'd been maker could build and sell at thl. .
Jimmy. An Important political meeting seeing something ot yon girls up 28c ,: '1 patented Super1 price. .Goodyear ,quality con: b s-ii= '
at Cambridge father there in Liverpool he'd think 1 twist Cord body- trucdon-new rub '
your says was 1 "' .. ...
Well ne'e the kind of a man the poor beading straight for hell. SOc Up. 4.4attmaximum blow- tread-SupertwUt 4.401RP 1(471

old country wants Always puts duty "Thank you Mr. Dallas. I'm quite 05 out-protection in body handsome .SoMElmlra .
first There'll be a few young people respectable! said Gladys furiously h. ,.- $6 every F )'. look.*. $4 7" N. Y.
dropping In after dinner to dance. rSweet. I'm trying to explain! the . : e :.. a FMtPrtnrEASY
You'll have to mind your step with old man to you! He belongs to another I aSM>8CIS--OTHERSlZt: | $1M PROPORTiOH

Miss Gladys-she's a real dancer, age.: "
and Is going to be famous some day. "Still-using a false name!" she r 4.55.11 475.1. ,YOU. lET THEY'RE 4.7510. 4.50-11

Gladys nearly burst out that objected. ? flit $ 'GUARANTEED'S'' !
KIL.'SI'T i I :
Jimmy knew that quite welL She Just He drew her to him. I .. _6.65 tainst both road hai- : '5.15
saved herself She \
was angry withhim. Copyright tttt. Coral Stanton 1 defects-INWRIT1NGI .
.and for a moment ber eyebrowsmet .
and ber mouth dropped in those Tomorrow. Jimmy and Gladys i

make a Diet. 1 Pint 1.5 1 Quart. 25 ::i S i t DON'T by trick discounts from padded price lists. BUY TERMS
- -- ------ --- C c I f" NO TIRES until you see bow MUCH MORE

TODAY'S GAMES !! him Ted Knauss of this city broke : I FOOLED '1\IOStiy-oR QUALITY Goodyear LESS ftta you FOR' THE SAME

J 1 14 windows and three lamps!", be-
AMERICAN LEAGUE 12Gallon 49c Gallon 95c I
? ,
; ides pulling down all her curtain!! f
Cleveland at Chicago.St i

: Louis at Detroit ._" (" ,. r AS80c
-# 1 I
IJoston at Washington ..

(Only games scheduled." ) COLONIAL HOTELIn 1 I v >v

the Center of the Businessand I i i i South Horida Contra l & T&
{ Eiipieering |
NATIONAL LEAGUE Theater District Ig! ). Prices subject to change without notice State nice tax additional

Chicago at Pittsburgh. ...

St. Louis at Cincinnati. First Cla..-FireproofS : Phbne 598 White ,and;EIiza 'Streets 4
i, Brooklyn at Boston. .Bit l. Rates .
(Only games scheduled., ) i : CRUSOE
'Y'our ; CLARENCE Prop.
COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEIGarag home'ts'wohthy'of'thetbestrp'i I
BECAME ANGERED Colonial Hotel Bid?. on Firming Street

I I ,Elevator .
KANSAS CITY. Mo.-Because(I Popnlar Prices ...................................................................... I

hL divorced wife refused to-ki* 1 : ".#'II..II..I'IIIL. _



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AGE FOUR THE KEY WEST: CITIZEN: 7 ;:....: .: A : .
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..... ... S a SSSS9SSSSSISSSSSSSSSSS ........................ .................................................

I ; ; 'I'It. I LOW PRICES ATEINHORN'S 1 i Today's Birthdays seemed i must that go into this the great discard undcruking along- I

:-: SOCIETY : -: (At The Stores 1 STORE '......................... with other cherished hopes. But
................................................. : Mr. Stone said "Xo. I veil. ) U. - - "
S. Senator Ellison D. Smithof .
................................................ South Carolina, born at Lynchburg WOULD NAME OVERSEA I tbb: of dispondency' in the per- ,j ja' result way,the and bridges he found are wet It.!n) undo
Junior Club To Miss Norma Yates To ARCHER'S GROCERY I Einhorn's Grocery, corner Duval 1 71 years ago. I II BRIDGES FOR STONE 1 I{i I son of Julius F. Stone Jr. lIe i j way, the government i* no

I Ihaving' and Olivia I immediately fell in love with Key tice, and we are going!" to tare '..1!
excellent streets today carries I
Offering service and I
Wed Robert
Hold Meeting DoppAnnouncement Editor The Citizen: j
Dr. A. Franklin Shull of the i : I bridges. for if there i i- a complete and fresh stock] an advertisement filled with' interesting I Univ. of About one year ago the people!!' West, saw tne possibilities ahead ;! who
I Michigan, noted zoologist ran successfully pu-h r.i
Club members ajjd! guests who has been madeof of groceries fruits and vegetables I the for every memberof born in Miami Co., Ohio, 54 of Key West had about given up I,I i and with his usual energy put his| preposition to a ('ouc1u"'n, it;

will attend the social meeting of the proposed marriage of Miss at all times. Archer's Grocery is Announcement I years ago.Charles. + hcpe. With a population off i ib'ehe i i I shoulder! to the wheel, with the. Julius F. Stone. Jr.

the Junior Woman's Club to be Norma Yates, daughter of Mr. now one of the most popular contests made. of two big prize] II thousand with nothing !ii j i idea of re-making and reviving a j j lie is not atone deserving '11''
is Palmolive people -
groceries in the ,
and Mrs. Anthony Yates. to Robert city.RICHARDSON'S I I practically dead city. Has he succeeded heart-felt
held I&>> o'clock tomorrow after- F. Homer, of thanks and appr""Ia"IIt'for '
Company is president
noon, are anticipating another delightful i I Dopp, which will take place I sponsoring a $25,00 to do we were facing a serious j!:;i ? Just compare Key West what he has done for <;$. bu
I contest in which! $1,000 cash is the the Kansas City, Mo.\ Homer Con-I problem. Our industries had de-!
series of Bridge and this evening at 6:30 o'clock at the SPECIALS i first prize and 1.000 other I I Eel vatory, born at Menomonec j, today with what it was one year: he is deserving of a m,r dmemand
First Methodist Stone Church.No Low prices on staple and fancygroceries prizesare 8-e.rted: us and rJl that was left was i! ago and you have the answer to : I have ,,
Michigan games. ( ) is., 57 j i this uggesti!"- to orfor.
II awarded weekly. Also, mak 111 I years ago. little fishing and sponging which! 1
The affair will be held in the invitations have been issued at Richardson's store ers of Octagon will 1 a 1 j l this question. Just compare the Let us' officially name '"J
; Soap giveaway
rooms of the Key West Woman'sClub for the event. brings new customers to this I-I was: not sufficient to keep a tenth I j I morale of the people with what it $13.000 in cash prizes. I
place of business An ad- of the population alive. Our Navy:j I was one and have : ida
on Division street. Hostesses The couple propose taking up daily. I Other items of interest in Ein' : year ago you i today the miles of rot st .n
Yard and
their vertisement which in this was closed appropria-: the answer again. lie has put new ;;tion of bridge the
will be Mrs. Joseph Lopez, Mrs.: residence on Ashe street. appears horn's j I over sea 'h.
advertisement the low
are 60 I i
t years ago. tions; from the government for the i
Millard\ Johnson and Miss Edith! paper every Thursday with spe- life new hope, and new energy!"STO\: BRIDGES", thu lira<::.
Fridericus H. cial week-end is welcome' prices on high q salty groceries I maintenance of the greatest nat-:!i into the hearts and minds of Key the name of bencfai, ,
Rus&ell. I von Mietk-Liuba, D. prices j our *< :3
I are in effect this week. This Richardhltney., former president -, ural harbor on the Atlantic coast!|!! |!
"Westers and he will continue the .
W.. will be presented in the Colo- news to scores of housewives. I one of his accomplishments. !
store is also offering special New 1 i
prices of the
I York Stock Exchange : -I| were nefflible. this due perhaps work
nial Hotel. toj i[ begun until his great experiment A. II. Mi-INN:
Melody Hour Beethoven's So- OLD STOVE ROUND-UP I on Octagon and Palmolive soap born at Beverly, Mass., .171!| the demands being made by our: of rebuilding a dead city has ]j Key We-t. Fla..
Here Tonight I nata" and melodies by Franz Roy E. Lade, manager of the I products for Friday; +nd Saturday.Einhorn's years ago. {!more populous neijrM>oring cities. !]'J been accomplished. Are we witbj i July :oils li:;5.MONROE.
of the
i is
Grocery one I
local branch of the Florida Public j I In fact we were blue. blue, blue.It .J: him? A thousand times "Yes." J
I I Schubert will be the highlights of i Utilities city's leading grocery stores and Edward E. Hunt of Ohio and' had reached the point where' !
(Your Gas Company) builded
We had long our hopeon I
Tonight at 8 o'clock the eighth the |
performance. I I carries a fresh stock of groceries Connecticut, noted economistjsociologist [ the twelve thousand inhabitantsof THEATERWill
today started the Seventh Annual
Key West Melody\ Hour under the The evening will be quite informaL : and and receivi 'II I a span of bridges connect nil:
Old Stove Round-Up. i staple fans s daily! born at nwood.1 Key We1would have to move our highway with the mainland. ; I Rogers in
direction' of Commodore Matho:
shipments' of fruits and vegetables.APPRECIATION N'eb., ocar I
I The biggest trade-inallowance i ago I from our beloved inland in orderto i Our ablest men had exerted themselves DOUBTING THOMAS I
.- --- .- .-.- I live. i I Stan .. ,
{for old gas stoves since 1932 is: I to the utmost to secure the La-irel-Oliver! II.i : tn
....... .....:: offered on the purchase of a new: Gaston Doumerguc A second Henry M. Flaglcrhap-j! I I money for this purpose, and had ,II BABES IN TOYLAND

I Eiis. .NAL.i N.T 5 gas range. i I French Premier and I'rei'ident.1 pened to appear upon the scene I j j I apparently failed. The government -: Matinee: Balcony lOcj
I Orcbea'i
Manager Lade invites the pub I take this means of expressing! born 72 years ago. I when we were down to the lowest' had turned us down and it''I I Ira, 15-20c; Night: *

s............................................... lic to 'call at the office of this sincere thanks to my friends for:!i. ------
| company and look over the manyi the many lovely gifts given me on I
Mrs Ralph Russell; who was I f Juan Carbonell and son Publio models available in a wide range I. my birthday. J I .
spending a vacation with relatives'' ;left yesterday on the Steamship'of prices. I (:\I1SSLRTIIA) : CARCOXEL1..

and friends in ?Miami returned on! Cuba for a business visit of several 0 augt-lt|

the Havana Special yesterday days in Havana j I house arrived yesterday for hisI : I

j quarterly vacation and left to join!

Mrs. Louise Johnson and chil- E. B. Wtrba, district engineer I*!his family at West Bay Fla. Annual
dren arrived over the East Coast of the Florida Public Utilities]

yesterday from Miami. and will;; ,Company in Atlanta, was an arrival -I E. P. Johnson, first assistant SPECIALSFRIDAY

upend a while with relatives and I yesterday for a business!! conference -i j keeper at Sombrero lighthouse, :

friends. I: with Roy E. Lade, man-,j! arrived yesterday for his vacation and SATURDAY

I ager of the local branch of the j j i with his family. -ATEinhorn'sCrocery-
Howard Golf I
the !!|company. : I| ...........eOe..e.
of Sinclair Oil

Company who was in Key West|j C. K. Vliet, presiding elder of j CLASSIFIED
for a business conference with OLD sTuv RDUHiP
the Miami District of the Meth-
City Auditor Willard Albury haft
(odist Church in Florida and !
yesterday afternoon for Miami. I COLUMN
i daughter Miss\ Billie Vliet. arrived -:' 'W i I II II"DDb I

yesterday on the Havana I .
II. K. Winter. of the state, Special and are guests of J. B. .sssssSSSSeee.eeSSSSSSSI

plant board Mrs. Winter and their : Culpepper, pastor of the First I]I FOR RENT

two children, returned this week' Methodist Church, and Mrs. Cul-t i :

from a vacation of one month at pepper. BICYCLES-WE RENT by the 1 ,

the horn in Orlando. Hour, Day or Week. Repairall -
1 .
t thi
makes and paint them with j
Mr.\ and Mrs. Sidney M thews I PALMOLIVE SOAP offers jf
Attorney Lancelot Lester left Nu-EnameL We carry a full f
and son Sidney Jr., who were
yesterday afternoon over the. supply of parts. Agent for the *25/OOO
spending a vacation with Mr.Mathews' .
East Coast for a business visit in Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. ji

Jacksonville.K. sister and brother-in-I And sell them as low as $5.00 8 fsa I
f law. Mr.\ and Mrs\ George Fisherin down and $1.00 per week. We i
Philadelphia, and one week with
J. Davenport, of the Coast Mrs. Mathews' mother Mrs.\ Diego Buy and Sell all makes of used 1000 other Prizes I
and Geodetic Mrs. Davenport Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
Delgado in Miami, returned yes-I Stowers 515 Duval Every Week!
and their children K. J., Jr., terday. company _
and Janet, left yesterday after-I}j : street. jly9

noon for Miami\ and after a brief I PIANO TUNING 3 for ;
'I Dan Navarro returned yesterday -I ii
stay there will proceed to hew _
York. I j from Miami\ where he accom-. PIANO TUNER: Laureano Mo\ The biggest trade-in-allowance since
panied Mrs\ Navarro and daughter salvo
: reno. Excellent piano for
13c1'i 1932!
Jean who were en route to cheap. 1018 Division street. ;

Harry Gwynn left yesterday I ,Ogdensburg. N. Y. to spend two jly2i>-1 mO i I A brand new DeLuxe gas range emI '
afternoon for Miami after a visit, ,months with Mrs. Navarro's 9
bodying every modern feature, built to our
of one week in Key West on busi-
ness. 1 parents. I I own specifications especially for this

eee found: -up, for only $19.50 (and your oldto..e
"THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
) J. S. Moore, who was spendinga I ).
John Dementi.rho was spending few days in Miami on business in price and location, tASIHUUI l Dmu, ; oI
a while with' relatives and running water. 128 N. E. 4th ,- I! These are the startlinp features of the
and pleasure returned yesterday. to0t1A6011. SQAP .r ,. t:, OI
friends in ,Key W est. left ye&ter-l: street, Miami Fla. jly2G-lmox u4rlN... '. I greatest Annual Old Stove Round-up yet-

day for the home in Miami. T .Mrs.\ -'Bertha McConnell\ arrived I FOR SALE WM IUI nus y t tol which began today. ITJ

i over the East Coast yesterday I :uurNcw/ In addition, you have unrestricted E

C. L. Roshore engineer with from Miami for a visit with her OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two OCTAGON SOAP I choice of every other range in stock.
the Coast aryl Geodetic Survey son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of? II Somewhere in the lot will be just the one
group operating in Florida for Mrs Lawton Wa on. octl6 1O SPECIAL or
fice. 2 3rj you want at the price want to
the past year, left yesterday afternoon 5 GIANT BARS you pay. i :: LIJ
for his home in Hatties- Mrs.\ Mizpah\ DeBoe who was PRINTING-Quality Printing at I Make your selection now. Know the :i

burg Miss.Ralph spending a few days with relatives the Lowest Prices. The Amman i OCTAGON POWDER fOl101t .1 advantage of using a modern range with 1

and friends left yesterdayfor Press. aug7 J(I SPECIAL all latest improvements-that will still

M liner, of the state plant her home at Coral Gables, OCTAGON ?j?' 3 fOR 141t COOK YOUR OWN WAY=-and of Gas, l

board and Mrs. Milncr. left yesterday -,accompanied by Miss Evelyn I SPECIALSWhite the best quickest, most economicaltheideal

over the highway for al Helm, niece of her husband Dr. Belt D.iry- 11:IOCTAGON SOAP CHIPS 1 IcI cooking fuel. -j jIIERE

vacation at Mooretown, Indiana, Michael P. DeBoe.B. I Sweet Milk, quart 1geButteI' .
visits f I ;i ;' oiii6"V' I _
and to other points in the Milk, quart 15c I ---- --- '
F. Sasnctt, second assistant ''-0', .L ( '- .T..5" Ta a
states for one month. Good Lack Oleo with glass, "- -' ---- CrUrtd _
keeper at American Shoals light-i I per tb 22c I PALMOLIVE SOAP 6 for 25c I

Captain James Ward, of the Fri j. TIFT'S CASH GROCERY

E.: C. Car Ferry Company, Mrs. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I 1101 Division St. Phone 29RichardsonV I SUPER SUDS2for 19c 'I wee f 01 are the details. Specifications for
Wanl and '
family returned yesit'rday I ,
morning on the Steamship! FUNERAL HOME S YOUR! OLp'Srovt.A i building this range were: The best possible

Cuba from a vacation in different: Serving Key Wed I i I 5 G"h__ ___. no _.. 27 c DeLuxe model for the least possible money.
parts.of the state. ( Half Century I NEW I
24 Hour Ambulance Service Grocery i POTATOES, 26cI Result: : Oven heat control: automatic lighter
10 I Ibs. ..............._. '__u JMOJWTH 1 ,
PALACEMontie Phone Licensed 135 Embalmer Night 696-U FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I (N'o less gold) fully insulated oven, enamel cooking top,

Montana in SPECIALSButter I TOMATOES 5c Japanned grates, enamel burner wells, clog

CIRCLE OF DEATH can _..______
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It> -.......______ 26c SWEET t s----- i proof top burners, "H" type oven burner,
Tom Mix in Third Chapter of POTATOES i i i
MIRACLE RIDER and I.I I Maxwell House Coffee tt 31c I grade 1. 5 Ibi .._.___.__._u.. 20c25cl I sanitary cooking top, cast iron over front,
Comedy ARCHER'SGROCERY Bliss Coffee Ib .__m.......... 2Sc '
Matinee: 5-l Oct Night 10-15c I I Kaf fa Haag. It. _u_.._ 49c : LIBBY'S TOMATO -; ; : : [J practically indestructible iron base, sturdy

Sugar 5 Ib*. 27c JUICE, 3 cans -_______ i
.. Magnolia Milk', ... He PORK _*XD BEANS i I : I door hinges, improved door springs, all steel
......_.,III.'. l.radlac I can -- I : I _
"The Store That Serves Cream 6 can _.. 38c and 41c i iI can __.._______._____.....__.....'_..'_'" 6c! doors, tiltless oven and broiler racks, sealed-
THE SEMINOLE I Tomatoes, can 5c i LIBBY'S, SWIFT'S WILSO vc'i y heat
I You Best" I lOc or :i = door linings. White with black trim.
Salt 3 pkgs. CORNED

QUALITY-ECONOMY Jelly 3-It. box -..-.- 24c II can ... BEEF l5c; J Offered as a Round-up: Special, for only
1i; 1 I Pear, 2H size can 20e I_ ;
:; -- -
$''*''.x"' m You can get FRUITS VEGETABLES I Peaches, 2Ji size can 17c PREMIER SUNBEAM: PRESERVES -

'tLr' i"t" >: :>!I=ItFri .. and GROCERIES I.I Baked Beans 6 cans 28c I all flavors, 30cLIBBY'S !1! DeLuxe Tabletop DeLuxe Magic i $4 9 so

Ib .__ _
o i;';;;" :I sal" anywhere, but, are they fresh? i Ovaltiae, small 35cOvaltine. 2 jar. u Roper gas range: Chef gas range. with; your old stove
: large 6Se PRESERVES OKrJ
4:1. -- --- Equipped with fa-
f FtkY:'6 i y i, As Good? Do you get as much I Prunes, 2V size can ___ 22cIvory I 1 J Ib G oz. jar n___.__._._ .. OL four Econospeed bur mous Red Wheel Lorain -

;rn for your money? Flakes 3 pkgs. 25ci i i ners, slide broiler'with
J i? Reg-
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 81.15
We Welcome Responsible Rose Milk, 5 cans 49c I I carton .___._...__.uu___..... Astogril plus all ulator and all other The oldest gas range still in service rounded I

JarkM>.,Illr. Florida Accounts Onions 2 Ibs. 13c Or 2 packages 25c j! other modern feamodern exclusive up during the Seventh Annual Old Stove Rouml-

A CHt human*.,K.home-like..HI\Ell. Manager Institution Rinso, 3 pkgs ,, 23c for ___ ..___. ____ ..._______ I tures. Special color Magic Chef features. up will be taken as full payment for the new

where you will find ,*.. All Competition met with Saai-FIush..can.Ivorjr ... 23c PRINCE ALBERT, HALF-AND-! combinations availespecial color combinations !-
.....r.rt ..* .......1..... a mat- Low Prices and High Quality. I Soap. 6 bars 34e HALF TOBACCO :, available on range on which it is traded in.
ter of great importance Eddy's 6 for _. 25c: lOCi able on order. Duringthe
Starch .
can0.. ... .... order. During the
I IA '- ------- --- -
-o-- ONE STOP SERVICE I Lux Flakes 2 pkgs. 1ge 1 1 Round-up, only If have of the "oldtimcni"
Round-up, only you many
.II I. lOc
sleet fireproof Iwate4Kterr ALL: TOBACCO Granger: 1!) ,
.. ., tae Order All Your Food Needs I Lux Soap 3 bars _ 19cI
aeart city
tae Life Sensation, etc., O f :t still in service, trade it in! It may be wor\h a

---0- Through Us I I Buoy Soap 3 bars 19c 3 ,pkgs. .___..----__.______--.-_ JtjA $114 $ 6 9 SO ."
Room with Combination Tub Kidney Beans 2 for _' 25e {I brand new modern gas range.
and Shower Itath. Radio. Electric Dressed Poultry I Grape Fruit Juice, 2 for 25e complete line: of FRUITS and 1 .
Oiling Fan Slat Door for Summ.rVentU.Uon with your old.sto e with your old stove
Comfortable Beds with Fish Turtle t Lard 2 Ibs 29c VEGETABLES arriving daily-
Mattresses of Inner Spring Con-I Fruits Vegetable, : Cheese, ft _._ 25c A.I quality.Einhorn's.
ruction Lamp and Individual ReadIng -, !1 SUm Rice. 5 Ibs 35c PUBLIC
HATES! j Jellov 3 pkgs.-._._ 2Oc

11.1(1.: Dairy ProductaPhone Crab Meat can _....__ 33e GroceryDuval 1
7N 11_.., Private BatkM -- $5.55.i
< Hmmmm. Private Balk :..set Gas Company"
4e Private BalkS4 a....I t, 67 Free Deliver Pnoue 6S8-R Free DeliveryEaton and Olivia Sts. J

]. Sample tlmmmtm.K Private*._., Private Batk -Bath a.3.."1)I: 814 Fleming Street and Elizabeth Streets 1 Phone 216 Delivery Service t i!I ROY E. LADE, Manager





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