The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 21, 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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VOLUME LVI. No. 199. KEY WEST FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS*.e..*.....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeee

Bill ,Bankhead Of Alabama Termed LARGE AUDIENCETO KEY. WEST'S YEAR 1 1BJ' Hidden Motives Befog Course Of Tax


New Weather Vane On Capitol Hill t :JANE PERRY CLARK

ON FRIDAY NIGHT (From August Surrey Graphic) Plans; Bewilderment Surrounds Issue

1 I II -- .
Takes Place Of Garner I r:lI'JJrIII.l'I.I' Just a year ago; in July Key eastern states!!, the Key West city i -
BLACK CAT PACESMOTORCYCLE I West touched bottom in a decline and county: administration was OVER THREE HUNDRED MEN TO BE Puzzling Situations En-

Whose Actions Always I TION'S LIFE TO EXPLAIN that started long before the de- placed: in the heads: of C. B.
PROCEDURE PERTAININGTO gression, and began under a guid- Trea+:way, chairman: of the State EMPLOYED ON VARIOUS PROJECTSIN countered In Connec-

Indicated Adjournment I I ing hand to lilt itself up by its Planning Bard and of the State
|By AMerlatre1 Fmu HOUSING PROGRAMOne own bootstraps. Its books traps Iighway Department, tion With Legislative

Of Congress Was NearBy I 21.OKLAHOMA It's a food CITY.thing Auc.Glen were the towp's natural gifts; for Could anything: be done? The WPA PROGRAM FOR KEY WESTWhen '

Key West far on the southernmost problem of refinancing the city ActivitiesBy
Paris motorcycle officer isn't
of the most picturesque: Florida key, with a green and teemed insoluble! for the time and --- -

HERBERT PLUMMER superstitions. figures in national life of the purple sea all ascot: ; rejoices in the probiems of physical and -

(fry ABMrlatrd rr ..) I Urge While black riding cat began to work pacinghis a United States wiii arrive in Key abundant sunshine; yellow-green moral rehabilitation! seemed almost I projects are started, "'-111111.1 BYRON PRICE
I cocoanut palms and red-blue bou- While attention
Auc. .r Bureau The % la
nor If drrru
I machine.Suddenly. West Friday and that night at ganivilleas. The hand at'selbow was:: to be jiven to the bonded which press reports said Bereft Queen's Haven "...1.....)

There was a time when the mere I I it made an attempt Bayview Park 8 0' Iock. talk on was that of the federal relief debt and decisions:: reached as to I had been in The Decent tx gyrations incongress
approved Houses Hot Stand
in front. Paris the Federal MondaJ'1 Dog
to run I Housing
administrator for the state. what might be arranged about it. I
fact of "Cactus Jack" Garner'spresence his machineto tion I I further emphasize the
began weaving program.J. Administra-1 Key West had gi-en up trying to fomethin had to Le done about for Monroe County, 315
avoid running- over the ani Thomas Heflin, (Ry AmmorlMtr Pr...) general)
in the railroad ticket of. I run itself. The tows populationhad the population. A census of the bewilderment which basaimrounded
ex-senator from to work it was learned at the COPENHAGEN Aug. 21.
maL go
comes. dwindled twelve thou- condi- I
to some health. occupational: status I this issue
fice, of the capitol meant adjourn- Kitty gave it up after a, to deliver an address in which he sand with 80 percent on relief. tion of homes and business build- II district WPA offices this morn -A jaunty litte| castle I ever since
block.rll..lllll.ll. will explain the procedure to be known as "Hvidoere" where Mr. Roosevelt deposited it
A few months later Key West I ings of the people: of the city: pre- I ants-
ment of,congress was near followed in securing governmentloans ing. _,\.N. official notification, the late Queen Alexandra was
had revived its hope. (See the description rented an apnalin picture of 1 pectedly on the doorstep of the
"Old-timers" around Washing to buUdxorironrpv, homes. of its first weeks as a physical' and spiritual undernourisiiment. fond of dining with her sister I
... .
The advantage ,the owner *. .howe.e4.baa been received yet, Empress Dagmar of Russia capitoL
+ relief client by Nets Anderson, ; .
ten till watch to see when be'II PORTER FAMILY of land, which M without a home, in the Midmonthly! Survey for October The first po!\sH:;ility for the city: 'dvUingv that the projects have and her brothers King Fred Jt would be difficult to recall
and the m&, ,which funds erick of Denmark and King
1934.) Now it can was a future based on relief. The [
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buy ki, ticket. But not piece of legislation which has
many any
V may be aeeured.tobuild la resi- back a year and see that alreadyit Relief Administration estimatedthat been, approved. George of Greece, is being
RETURNS HOMEHAD dence wiU beelucidated ,. in de- turned into a "hot dog had a more baffling career. Perhaps .
The weather vane on. capitol has come a long way. the cost: over a period of five I Installation of a water distnbu-
tail and so,.clearly and concisely Beginning early in the century: Years would be approximately $2- stand.When it was the heat or the. humidity

kill (during the present congressat that the hearers of Mr.\ Heflin one industraial cataclysm after an- 500,000. But 'hat then? The :I lion system and greenhouse facilities -: Dagmar escaped or perhaps it was some

will readily grasp the idea and other had struck the city. First off j population mif-ht be better off at the Botanical: Garden will from the bolshevist revolution .
least) i.! Bill Bankhead of Ala.. BEEN ON TOUR OF MANY deep and devious form of political
understand it from, every view all, the sponge-fishers! moved toi physically but industrially the sit I employ the largest number of she settled at "Hvi.
hama.I SECTIONS: THROUGHOUT point.A Tarpon Springs. Then came the I uation would be unchanged and I men, with 74. doere," living on a pension action, the true purport of which

colorful and forceful speakerMr. J'adual10ss to Tampa of the cigar; psychologically it would be worse. I granted her by her nephew only .history can reveal.
I Bankhead brother of the junior COUNTRY alv.-aysl i The number on the other projects King George of England.' She
Heflin' name means manufacturing: industry, which had!I The second possibility> was to Whatever it was, the simple
and interested audience I : listed as approved ;In the refused to believe that her
'senator from Alabama and, (be a large I not only made the name of Key evacuate the city and transfer the facts leave the ordinary mind
and it is expected that at least West!!; famous ;out; had employed i burden of relief and rehabilitation press report follovr: son, the last czar of Russia,

boasts of this) the "daddy ofTalulah After a delgihtful vacation 2.500 people will be at the Park about ten thousand I ersons during j"' elswhere. According to the governmental r Constructions of reservoir annex ': had been murdered and according sed.staggering Surprise and has wholly followed non-plus-surprise -

spent in the western section of the Friday night.TAMPA. the heyday of its prosperity. The estimate of $2500 per fam- I 1 to reports kept acandle
to City 38 { the
duly elected the ; and for much
loss of its cash turnover of ily for rehabilitation of rural families burning in a windowto reams
United States, Dr. and Mrs. J. Y. gross
Dredging channel for email i that was done still seem to be effectively -
majority leader of the house of: approximately $1,500,000 a week it would cost: $7.500.000 to I i guide his return.
Porter and daughter, Mary\ Louisa, RESIDENTS boats at Garrison Bight in Key hidden e;en from con-
After her death the castle
was overwhelming. Soon after the transplant the 3000 families of
jj returned the Cuba i West harbor. 33; gressional understandings.If .
the present congress. on Steamship World War the army post Key Vest elsewhere. And this was bought by a countess who
this morning from Tampa.In VISITING KEY WESTMR. nel was reduced to a cold, large sum could take no ac- : Reshape, resurface and oil road I now has sold it to two men ever a bill airs; drafted and
Before the session started he 1 pt'rt'-on-1 : from State Read 4-A to Golf pushed toward enactment
in an
addition tQ his private prac- the consequent tao of a count of the intangible and subtle I! who intend to make it a re.
Course; ; on Stock: Island.) 40
was stricken ill. So much so thathe's tice the doctor is port physician about $45,000 .. week. The difficulties of evacuation of such ; Fir&t': freshment stand for Sunday atmosphere of confusion: doubt.
f Filling, grading, and oiling
been unable to appear on the' forthe U. S. P. II. S.. and was enjoying ,AND MRS. R. A. PHRANERTO guard base was transferred to St.l 1 a city: as Key West, with its population -I I street, Flagler' to Roost. elt Boulevard motorists. cros-purposes, the tax bill and is general it. fogginess -
Petersburg in the Twenties. The of somewhat over COOO An-
hU vacation of six weeks I
floor for the entire session. He j 46;
am -.I"I'IIIA Questions
naval r Yellowstone Park the Drain
visiting I pond southeast shore!
has been hovering around the annual of $648,000, 500 Negroes.A I did the President without
payroll Why
approximately 2'-1 ,
Grand Canyon in Colorado, and ONE WEEK'S STAY I Boulveard! and construct culvert ,
house during convalescence: and, other wonders of nature and end. $480,000 of which third possibility presented '21; I PALACE PROGRAM consulting: his congressional: advisers -

house insiders say, directing much ed the trip west by seeing the San Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Phraner was paid to civilians, was virtually self to Mr. Stone-that the sea Recondition Kindergarten Build-, ; suddenly disrupt adjournment -
abandoned! in' 1931. The lint of end tropics and quaint, galleried I i
of the strategy employed. Diego exposition. of Tampa, are enjoying a visit ; I ing, 11, and construction road on t 'I plans by asking for the
I leaving Key West for of ,'jJ difficulties continued to grow. The grey houses' might be the salvation, 'I Atlantic Boule/ard. 52. LAST NIGHT WAS V, taxes.on:wealth*. _
Bill Bankbead left ,his bed When! week with,Mrs. Phranne / I i .
--... .. they,TanTp'a the Porter family' took sister. Miss Marjorie Tomkinsonof Mallory Steamship Line had( ;of tht city. Tourists' and winterresidents I j Why did congress: after Universally -
other day and went to the "hill.". abandoned Key West as a port of i might:' be drawn to Key : agreeing no action could
their car and from Tampa to the Duncan street.. I. '
A few moments thereafter west and the return trip was de- There is one {articular reason: cell and the freight: business to West, to replace! the departed MRS. J. ADAMS GREATLYJNJOYEDjDR. ;' be taken this session, suddenly decided

dered a ticket for Jasper, lightfully'entertaining and deeply why Mr. and Mrs. Phraner are Cuba had diminished to less! than .- ponge-f ishers and cigar-makers.: I I : to act in three* days to meet

bama. 01'-1 interesting in every way. they I visiting here, aside from the pleas.ure a third of it. former volume within -'I, But first something had to be Lm FOR CUBA WARREN GIVES EXCELLENT -;I the June 30 fiscal l i deadline, and
said. a comparatively short time. done about the tin cans and deris'and ) I then, a*. suddenly abandon'' that
of being with the sifter and
Adjournment must be in Gradually the Havana market for down-at-lhe-tiells :air: of the I II ARDRESS AT BENEFIT -1 I plan?.
that is they first met each otherin | .
sisht. fish disappeared, and then the : place. ,
,, ; Key West. I Why; did the horse{ draft and
I FORMER SENATOR tariff pineapples destroyed -I: Even the physical cleaning of WILL CONTINUE VOYAGE ON'i PERFORMANCE; EACH;!'
Only' Two 'N.,. They were just recently; married high: on ,! page a bill differing .widely from
Thomas Jefferson: sat down If : 'and decided''' that the ideal| the ,!Key: West 'pineapple" can-j: 'the city seemed impossible to I THROUGH'PANAMA CANAL I NUMBER WELL RENDERED I"what the President; Aad requested!

ON 'place to spend of .their ping, industry. achieve, with the city bankrupt I s j I Why did a+lmin !ration itrv
many years ago and prescribed I Si'rO! CITY a ;part, 'As matters :continued to !fen>w|i and the Relief, Administration at I S TO SAN FRANCISCO Wholesome; entertainment in
: honeymoon I would, be where I their i : I atoms, after,,asking indigl'lMtlwbat )
how members of [congress: should romance was born. worse and;"' ne! the pile of debts the time able to provide' onlY relief i iI iy varied forms was provided" the,[ the hVuse meant by" departl'

act. The house of representatives' :' : II 'A few da;: s of their( stay;t has and 'unpaid, bilk of;'citY: and citiiaens i l So a call: sent! out for Tt'' public I theater going public of. Key West!,t! ing from 'the, White* louse recomf.mendaUofts l'
became fantastic inmount. meeting. :A third of the whole l I I at the benefit i
: RALPH WV RYDER OF MARY, alike : [ performance given
came: along later and adopted been spent with Dr. Jason on his I Mrs. James Adams, of Waddell: ( rewiitetthe'bill; to rfe-
Br the end of 1933. the ,' population responded. They met by the Key West Hospitality Band'in
Jefferson's suggestions in toto. 1 LAND LOOKING OVER I II j experimental barge: lying off the West: avenue, left this afternoon on +,>part fat more from .them!
I 'bonded indebtedness of Key beneath the cocoanut-palms and' the Palace Theater last night.
| north shore, from which the visitors the Steamshp Cuba for I Why did the wdi' te committee
Among other things Jeffersonsaid LAND TITLES I I and of Monroe County, of which': voted to give labor to help the Relief Havana The program in its entirety as!
have made several: successful en route to California where she) i unexpectedly tax low in-
that the sergeant-at-arms of i it is the only place: of any size, Administration in its program published in The Citizen was carried !I
I fishing trips. The fishing. is said i ; and then completely
will spend some time visiting;, comes, reverse -
i reached grand total of some 5.i the for visi- without being I I
any parliamentary body should a lof making city: ready out any changes
to be another reason for their desire friends. J 'I itself 24 hours later?
II 000.000, while a rapacious interest tors. The federal and state I made and each number was
first of all, preserve order-his Ex-Senator Ralph W. Ryder, to prolong their stay in Key I Upon arrival in Havana this I II 'i These are only ai' few of the
bill of $270.000 grew continuously : governments assumed the leader- presented in an artistic manner
primary duty. And, says "Jeffer- from Maryland, is a visitor:;; in Key i West. I (I evening Mrs. Adams will make! .j questions which alifosi :no one
more devouring. Se"lerall ship. The state lent professional. and elicited: and merited, the generous
son's Manual," "the mace is the West to spend the afternoon l Ifcok- I times of both interest preparations to remain for a I has even attempted{to answer.
payment i personnel and sanitary applause given.
symbol of his authority." jng over land titles to propertyhe I I the board i engineers sightseeing tour of the Cuban On Move jctear
GRIFFIN FUNERAL Bpd principal went by I( experts, to the extent of $25.000'a and'ita All of the musical numbers by
Members of the house many of owns on the keys above Lower all of of 'caital l environs and on Of things ob-
la, and thought payment : year," and sent B.f.. Duncan the band or the individual performers course some are
whom have found it necessary to Matecumbe. salaries and wages of city oficia's :1 1 e..aik oa the Steamship) the : vious. The reasons why the sen-
r from the State Highway Deputy>> + singing and dancing:
look into Jefferson's Manual! onlyin I Discussing his holdings Mr. HERE:TOMORROWTO and employes ceased. The city ment to be temporarily in charge i,;Vail JerfU the'voyage through, numbers in addition to the excel-: i r ators backed away from the lower

a cursory way were astounded Ryder said with the decrease in .; finally found itself $113,000 in t'of operations: under the sponsor- the, Panama Canal and up the' lent pictures furnished by the)j income tax bracket 4, after their
when Representative Warren of valuation of the dollar and the ex- salaries 1 Sf51.,.f Of*. for San ,Francisco. I I II Vlirectton
for these t initial in the
:arrears necessary ship of the FERA. In the next sis X'vis.t management of the theater com- sally : are
North Carolina, who controls: the I pectancy that it may become still BE HELD. 'FROM! PRITCH. and wages: and owed $150,000for months the federal government\, with, friends in that1ycity4 posed a pleasing program that': clear enough.No .
lower he decided to put his moneyin I trip to San Diego for the
strings of mem- "miscellaneous" could have
expenses. politician ever
ARD CHAPEL AT..5O'CLOCK spent $247,000 on the program was declared perfect in every detaiL -
bers of the house informed them: land and that of Florida appealed After months of default in payment -against' the $200.000 it would exposition: ,' other California cities: supposed for a moment that in a
"Believe the office of to him. hence his investments -I : lost togreet old friends, then on to,
it or not, the city services so pre-campaign would
I I I probably have had to spend on Particularly interesting was the congress
does banking on the keys.BOSTICK morale well income that I I Yosemite Valley the Grand Canyon -
sergeant-at-arms a as as
relief. address of Dr. Wm. R Warren accept: a bill raising taxes for avery
business of $12,000,000 annually." Funeral services for Mrs. CyriJ I they broke down completely. Tin More important than the financial and other natural grandeurs,' sketching briefly the musical organizations large percentage of voters.

Warren had recommended that I GIVENHEARING / Griffin who ,died Monday morning cans and refuse, no longer removed aspects of the situation Is I( of Western America, to round out, which were in existence Then why were these taxes
10 o'clock in the home at 1213 slowed if .a delightfully interesting vaca-i!
the scrgcant-at-arms be provided : : I were to tile not as the effect of the cooperative effort during the different ware In voted by the committee in theNI

with a stenographer.Thejr Knowles Lane, will be held 5, high as the debts: so high as to of federal, state and local: tion. after which the return by,< which the United States was :involved first instance? No one.has quesItioned -

debated it for quite a TODAYCHARGED o'clock: tomorrow afternoon from i I make the beauty of the city: un I units of government. Of equal im- rail, to Key Wert. and during which Key.' the motives of Senator La-

while. Economy in government, I the chapel: of Pritc ard's Funeral recognizable. The loss of spirit portance is the part that the I I West played her part. t JFoIlette, who proposed them but
Home. Rev. J. II. Pierce, Church I permeated the whole populationand I BETTER TIMES' IN I .
balance the budget and all were i iI i citizens: played. At their first George Mills White as master; it is of record that several of his .

mentionedBut WITH EMPLOYING of God. will officiate. 1 some of the few who could: j meeting it was decided that every- RURAL SECTIONS r r of ceremonies: was pleasing. in his!seconders were senators who were
when the vote taken Pall bearers will be selected I still afford to .>av rent and taxes I
was tax bill at all.
i against
jonS the introductions and any
I :, whether employed or on I presentations.
only two members of the house LABORER AND FAILING TO from the several diamond aJl :I joined the procession: and gave up relief rolls would be asked to sign I Miss Ruth Roberts, upon whom I If any more effective way of
(11? A rt tt* Press)
were in the "nay" column.Candidates : I groups of players in the city, all all attempt to pa7.In for a certain: number of labor was conferred: the title "Little scuttling the bill could have been
up URBANA Ill. 21.-out
SERVICES of whom are associated with Mr. July 1934. the debacle of the
Please Answer devised has been
no one able to
hours each week for a period of of the depression has "bet Miss Key West" by hundreds of
The 435 members of the house Griffin. city was" com.lete. The entire I come think of it. It the
was apparent
!six months. In the enthusiasm of admirers was presented the loving
I John Gordon brother of Mrs. membership of the city council of ter times long before the returnof I
and the 32 senators coming up :the volunteer hours to being the most popular house would not take the proposal
for reelection in 1936 pleasecopy. .M. R. Bostick, charged: with em- Griffin, arived from Miami for thepurr.ose Key West! assembled and resolved the value 'of $900OOO--&t an estimate Illinois economic "good times" in many youthful cup entertainer; in Key West.AUSTRALIA under any terms and had the

: (Maxims of how to pre- ploying the services of a laborer; of attending the services. that} they were unable to cope hour-were rural communities, saysD. !senate by some miracle, agreedto
40 cents an
of : .
pare and have yourself as a and failing to pay him for his with the emergency. They thereby offered. E. Lindstrom, of the Universityof I LEADERMOVIE it. the result. would have beta

candidate: \ in '36 prescribed by cervices was given a hearing before BRITISH UNITS STILL gave all their porers to the governor The attempt to get the work Illinois agriculture college. the death of tax legislation in
of the state of Florida "to Instead of succumbing to the FACILITIES
Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez
oriel for en -a senator) : I CLING TO U. S. TIESBy organized on a systematic basis any form.
; this morning. administer the af'airs of the city depression he says rural folks
"Do you go around askingeverybody's After the evidence in the case of Key West in rich a way as he t took so long a time that for a have been holding more and better I (n,. J>. riate< rr_) A PossibilitySuch
advice? I had been heard the defendant was ( A..etatrd Prea/ may deem proper." The Board of j t month or two no actual volunteerhours community meetings have developed -. MELBOURNE AuI;'. 21.-Australia I an attempt to sabotage
"Do you"ever analyze your LONDOAu 21.-The were used. The first task 'I provides more movies the President' entire tax
bound over in bond of $100 for ,; government Commissioners: of Monroe Countydid new, capable: leaders have per I program
prejudices? C 1 the next term of criminal court. has found that the num- likewise. Governor Sholtz was to divide the workers into conducted enlightening discussions -' capita than any other country in may or may not actually have

"Do you. know how to geta : ber of British citizens who wentto turned the matter over to JuliusF. two classes relief clients: "and on world and.national problems .| the world, according to figures been involved; conclusions are

kick: into your thinking? the United States after the,war I Stone Jr. who was federalf'mel'j'ency those of the population not on re and have found they can compiled: here. hazardous considering the state

t"Do you1'' try too hard- ADVISORY and now want to return is inconsequentiaL relief administrator; of lief. Those on relief were to workon provide entertainment at small', For an estimated population of of mind which prevailed generallyin

drive tacks with a sledgehammer Florida Mr. rtoJe was a state the average five days a week. cost.: 3,630,000 persona there are 1,286 congress But the possibilityis

? ADVISORY 10:00 A. M.-The The question came up in parliament official in charge of the administration two days as their contribution of As a result of these activities, movie houses or one f, r 5.2Y7' an interesting one.

"Do you ever check up on tropical disturbance is apparently when a member asked Ernest for the governor of all volunteer hours and three days as he holds, the morale of the farm.persons. The impression conveyed to

your own disposition ce-.tral near latitude 27 north and I Brown minister of labor if there federal relief funds, and could act work for relief. By that method people has been kept up. Othef countries are given in many of those on the sidelines was

"Can you take criticism' longitude 69 west, moving slowly w;i statutory authority to pay for 'Erectly: as the agent cf the governor it was decided that continuity of the following order- that a fair proportion of members -

without seeing. red? north-northwestward or northward repatriation of skilled British as well as in his official: I work could be maintained with SONS CONDUCT FUNERAL Sweden, one for every 5.545 on both side of the argn-

"Do you know how to make with indications! of recurve.It .I orkmen. capacity of relief administrator, the same people on the same jobs persons; Austria one for every ment, were in considerable doubt;

yourself a fluent convincing is attended by shifting gales "I have made inquiries as to the i "to help the citizens of Key West The non-relief workers were to VINCENNES. Ind. Funeral 7,882; United Kingdom one for themselves about what they really

talker?" over a considerable area and prob- number of applications: in recent; again to become self-supporting. work out their volunteer hours services for Frank A. Thuia of this every 9.333; America: one for wanted.

"If they do." says this senator,, ably by winds of hurricane force months" the minister replied, Later when Kr. Stone's duties j as they saw fit. city were conducted 'by his three every 10.400; Japan one for Perhaps it was the heat or the

"they don't have to worry abouta i! near center. Caution advised vessels -I"and I do not find it bears out the' : r-ere extended to the Virgin Is- No additional volunteer boon sons. aB Catholic-priests, and at- every 59,943 and Rostia, one for I humidity. Probably nobody ever

thing next year" in path. description large number." <1 lands, Puerto Rico; and the south (Continued on Page Four) tended by his daughter a aon. every 80500. will know.

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. itp iarst WHO HUNS THE GOVERNMENT: ........................! ..' .....................I Republic for social- and economic I! .........-...............

--, KEY WEST' IN : ends other than revenue." I Today's
e: THE Horoscope
Publffhrd I>allr Kxrrpt Sunday. :
TilE CITIZEN HI HLIUU\U! : 0.. 1MX Thu strike In New York City of relief DAYS _P i I ........................
l_ P. ART..I01D .'-!\!. IT*..IJ...... orVrr with coincident attempts by GONE BY'i ..........c..........eas ---- Hugo Black!, head of Senate Committee *
AL1.KX, A_...... Ma B. I Today's native *i iJ be of ami-
From Tbe CHIarn llut.dina- Ulttou labor officials to spread it over the i! Happening, Here Jest 10 Yea,. Temperaturedhighest What They Say Whether]" !, investigating! lobbying:
Corner Gre .. and Aaa "Enough law'erst'Te' Washington sUe and social nature with good
Ago Today A. Taken From .. ___ "" Right Or WrongS in : -
Only Bally Kew.pap r In Ky w..t and Maarw country\ brings forcefully forward the T.... File. Of The Citizen Lowest t. : _:::: :::: :_:::: ::::.:.- ::.78'89i i!, 5.S................... to uphotd the Constitutionon ,,.''I toward all; unselfish anj dong -

I County. question<<:, of "who runs the government." Is Mean: ... .__. ....-........-.--..-.-.......84 tl] their own shoulders even if it ; those things, that make one
-Enteral_! ,vP 7"f'lo-rkia.! as i-mK---second: elaas' -matt.'F1TTliiiYI9 ..r It the, elected! officials or an organized .J According to information received Normal Mean .._ ....., ...83, Niuna F. Montet Member of CODJ -:(: had mids.beenweig'ititr than the pyra- well regarded ly friends. The

I've- t by Bascom L. Grooms, Rainfall *"..: j jI methods, of WIN
f Mrafccr] .1 t\i AM; ;Iat" minority of a few million people? attaining success
The AMoclated Pre l la , .atltl.d to "H i manager of the ,, Ye.terday's Precipitation .39 Ins. .
Key West Electric
'! !be
for: republic-alien of nil news dip&l ''''' .......It.. tIt Union officials are demanding the | the four Normal Precipitation ... .12 Ins..l|.I I "As far as history records all ,I Peter Norbetk., U. S. Senator from practical and avcomphshed ty
not otherwlM credited In tala ltA1"'r ...* al**, company busses orderedfor .. ... .. ending well that
or Thin rrrrd eases : frrt 4rndliiK dictators have feared for their South Dakota to thmjr* maei
the" local news puUllh4 her. "prevailing wage" upon all work projects t'j' service in Key West, will ar- .l fc .. I_.. ...1. ..........:. 'j I II "The ]KepiiMi-an Party Dust of- "he home
i htnpy and the basin
for skilled workers, the same as though I rive not later than September 1," Tomorrow' Almanac 'I I I lives, and even thado-vs excite! ; ,J. MJ,
y' NA I ICNM (['IIC '.URL Land er something more than criticismof 1 a -* ctations' frc.'ntO\: .
upon arrival they will be placed Sun rises _-.-.- 6:04 a. m.!I I I fenof! fear." '
\ \ i :'XSSCCIA1IONOne they were employed upon private construc- tt in service immediately. Six other Sun sets __.-...-__....._... 6:56 p. m. I Their i I I Roosevelt! and the scare" about : "j!] ;' :,
L tt 9.J ..5llH. tion. They demand that the "securitywage" buses ._.. .. I 1--- I !csinr the Constitution.! I n
are to be ordered as soon Moon rises -12.16 a. m.1 1I i Subscribe; to Th [Cititt'=29eweekly.
RIPTIOTt; :.. under which the government attempts I as those s.rrivinin. : Heptemter are I Moon sets .._......-... 2:29 p. m.Tomorrow' .:I Charles. A. Beard Historian: < I '.
Tear .. .. :_.. .. .rt1/.10 :' Herbert Hoover, former President. : ': "l'i',"t ,
Six Months" ..::"'..". ...+.. ...::::: : : to keep all unemployed at work, braised (* placed in operation, and then allttreet TidesA.3f. Hundreds of cases may be cited I "The nation has a right to know I I 1 I 1 4 2 1.I
a10 I cars will be discontinued. \ P.M. I'
Tfcreo Months I 1 that taxation has been
tm Month -._--+-" ..;....:... ._...._._ ._ ..11w..kly for members of the union. High .. ,.._..... 3:36 5:40 I. prove I I b fore this session of Congress'. trillion proposes u) the Constitu-
..on__...._ ...y-....._.... .. .__..... .__ .=. -- I since the beginning of the;,I nds of the changes this admin- l tion."
ADVERTISING-RATES In raising this issue these union organizers The home of Rev. and Mrs. Wil- Low....... ... ......11 :20 9.31 I i I i .
Made known on application. overlook the facts. Congress had liam Bryant. 619 William street, Barometer 8 a. m. today: I I --- ------------- --
SPECIOTICI was the scene of Sea level, 29.98.
yesterday ashcwer
All reading notice*, cards of. thanks; resolutions of the "prevailing wage" question 'presentedand I .
: Miss Marie Wells
respect obituary notices, etc. wUI be charged for at From
the rate of It cents a line after a long fight voted it down. It whose marriage to Charles Baker j WE ATM EH FORECAST. I Fragrant ,
by churches from whicha I -
Notices for entertainments
revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. was obvious that if the Government set out will be an event of August 25. 4
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discus- t The delightful home never looked (Till 8 p. m.. Thursday: ) | Saazer Hop Gardens
rlon of public Issues and subjects of local or general to pay $1 or $2 an hour to some workers, more lovely than it did with Key West and Vicinity: Partly -t
interest but It will not publish anonymous communications. -
others would have to go hungry for lack of I its festoons' of streamers hanging cz- ij

morey. Or else the five billion dollars from the ceiling and a profusion' .. ..-t 11"l \ ". g:7 comes this
cf beautiful flowers "- ,.j -, \ .1
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN appropriated for relief would not be I the color scheme of carrying pink and out i I '"

enough .and additional billions would be \\h'te. After the shower guessing:: jW! J WORLD-FAMOUS R

thus threatening the contest of "Matrimonisl Shirt al
necessary, credit of I I,9
WILL always seek the truth and print i it wa 3t.Va: plaved Pri7.t'sVert' _,. r
the nation further and I 4'< -
endangering the
without fear and without favor; never be i won by Miss Miriam Parka andMi's j I c. 1'J'' i ;4 TASTE c:

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; jobs of everyone. I Ethel Albury. During the ; ___
Stubborn strikes, either against_ the afternoon ice cream and rake and t 1 '
fight for be the 1e
always progress; never organ pink and white mints
cream wert'tt'rvt'd.
Government itself or against,,private plants J4 ,.-l
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, which throw employees out of jobs will Partly Cloudy
faction or class; always do its utmost for the I
not aid in getting the nation back at work. There was an accident on the cloudy tonight and Thursday! ;
welfare tolerate
public never corruption or
; Wages must be based upon economic conditions Florida Eat: Coast Railway this gentle to moderate variable winds.
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; and it is unwise morning near Cudjoes Key, about Florida Generally fair tonight 1 1I n,
an leadership
commend good done by individual or organization miles from Key Wet. Three I and Thursday. t ;4A r r
which forces strife at this time. Not only 1.1 .: in Train 85' jumped: the track '! Jacksonville to Florida Straits: l l
toierant I
; of others' rights, views and
is recovery obstructed, but the doors are the right of way for some dista"ce i i Gentle to moderate variable winds th
opinions; print only news that will elevate was torn up. Mr. and Mrs. and partly overcast weather tonight -
opened for radical agitators to J
and not contaminate the 'reader; never coax spread I I Clarence Symonette, Mrs. J. F. !I and Thursday.
their poison. Beaver and Mrs. A. II. Mclnnis East Calf: Gentle to moderate
promise with principle. I' Hops from old Bohemia cost more, but ;
in of the derailed variable wins! and a1
were passengers:: one : partly overcast
bops from the Saaz district cost most of all The .
cars They were returning!i weather tonight and Thursday
REDUCE SPENDING to Key West after an absence of !"scattered showers Thurs,.. choicest of Saazer hops are skillfully blended
Extra! Extra! Several officials were several weeks. j I' with the finest American hops to gi(e BUDWE1SER :I' a '' ""

found in Miami who were not short in There are quite a few signs that the i J! WEATHER CONDITIONS that distinctive can't-bc-copied taste. t ": it

their accounts. J11 The Joseph Mulberg\ Store af''I ____ I Character begins with the ingredients. So, .: z ,1 7
Federal Government expects to reduce its
113 Ptival street TO reported: / The nUDWEISER must have-and B ts-the cream of f r
expenditures for relief and business works Fold this morning. The sale! was! ](cated this tropical morning disturbance near was I.J the barley crop. It exists more, but BUDWEISER'S ,{tom ,,
The share-the-wealth policy might ; during the comjng months. :trade it is wild, through the At-! 27 north and longitude 69 character demands it. Every bit of barley malt k Mt }

after all be better than the prevailing Contributions for relief dropped $35- lantic Real Estate company. The moving: slowly northnorthwestward la made in our on brewery by a thorough and -:.. -
price was 17000. ;'I northward with indicationsof costly process to guarantee constant uniformity. 3 { a
share-the-loot idea.A .
000,000 from May to July as the intensive
a recurve. It is attended by Character is reflected in quality! DUDWEISER costs t'r
drive to put the unemployed back to work Mrs. Phillip L. Oo grove and' ,'''II shifting gales over a considerable us more. It costs jour dealer more. It costs

shoulder strap is a piece of ribbon got under way. Coupled with this was son Richard returned Sunday I area and probably by winds ofhurricane you more. Its worth it! 'rte .+_ d
'from M.TCO Island shire Otyhad ,
This I
that keeps an attraction from becoming a the policy of making the states and local been spending the sumver location is force nearly near 700 center.miles'! east ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST. LOUIS .

sensation.-Winter Haven Herald. communities take care of those dependentwho Recently Mrs. Cosgrove ereotc-1 a of Palm Beach Fla. , per mult for p-be alt. riw.
gin dare a u oeg Nw+
were physically unable to work. The house: on the island to be used by Showers and thunderstorms have
fishing and boating parties, friends
occurred since
yesterday morning -
Miami must be given credit for doing. number of families on relief dropped be- of the Cosgroves. in the Atlantic States from t

her level best to clean her A'Igeanstables tween January and June. Maryland southward. being! heavy r

before the tourists come trekking into The strike in New York by workerson Arrangements: have been made in eastern Virginia. Norfolk 1.18 .iudweis er
between the United States" depart I inches!. in eastern Tennessee! the
town a W. P. A. project is another illustra-
ment of state and the Cuban government southern Lake region and on the
II I tion. Under the P. W. A. skilled workmenwere for the members of the I I west Gulf coast. Cooler weatherhas ot9lfAt& KING OF BOTTLED BEER ace

Canes favored the of Ta- : limited to earn only sixty dollars a Old Guard Battalion to wea.side I I !' overspread portions of the
governor month. Under the W. P. A. arms during their visit to Ha I Plains States upper Mississippi AQUILINO LOPEZ. DISTRIBUTOR
basco, Cardenas did not. What was sauce i may vana. The battalion i is'! dui\ to ar- i and Lake region and Coch-

for the goose, was not sauce for the 1 earn $93.50 but have to put in longer work- live in Key West from Atlanta on I I rave.
September 17 and after vmairin fall of 20 degrees
ing hours making the basic return rate temperature ;
gander. I r; I'Afr.IfT 4'4'11 1,1;
here short time will] embark !wh:le eastern and
I lower. Union leaders oppose this and for Havana.a Governor they Walker r.f I southern changes sections over have been generally ........................................................ ..............

I som.e of the workers went on a temporary Martin of
"The Georgia and Governor slight. Maximum tempera-
automobile, says a piece in the I
Florida will be members of the !tures of 100 degrees occurred yesterday "-
Times-Union, "approached the coroner at strike.The I in northern
party. portions of
issue between labor and the W. ,
60 miles an hour." Stet!-Fort Myers I i Texas. Oklahoma and Arkansas.
News-Press. Remains is correct. P. A. rate scale, as far as the New York Members of the advertising I G S. KENNEDY: BUILDERS' SUPPLIES I S

strike was concerned was promptly accepted -, committe of the chamber of commerce Officer in Charge.!

by Harry Hopkins who said: "No are making plans to advertise : 'StJ
When one weekly paper knocks Key West during the tourist STEALS PAJAMAS
one has to work who does not want to. i -

another weekly in the same town, it is con- Those declining to work will go off our will the It is means expected of attracting the work i SAN FRANCISCO.->\aron Solomon B1a

crete evidence that the party of the first rolls and what happens to them after thatis many thousands of visitor to the of this ctiy had Miss M>raKing Long Leaf

part is feeling the superiority of its com- city. '. arrested for stealing her silk
business but the of their Yellow
petitor. not our concern pajamas. ... __ = SherwinWilliams

own States. It- will be for the officials of Friends of Miss Estelle Ellicott. '
broke Pine andCypress
the toes on his right foot. j 4
their own communities, State, county or 40& Whitehead street wilt: regretto )Me i is using crutches! and will be S

A fellow who has lost his shirt in Ha- city, to determine what if any, relief they I learn that the i sufered! painful forced to use! them for some time. ===

vana is in hard luck not once but twice. If receive thereafter from local funds. They I and,, !!serious injuries when she fell I : Paint ZJ
Wednesday evening. She was 'entering r. is low at and. to
you go without a shirt in the Cuban will receive none from the Federal* Government I the home and mounting the KEY WESTCOLONIAL

metropolis you will be arrested for im- i front steps which were wet. She HOTEL I I $22.00 BrushesDisston :

moral I M'pped and fell and now confined -
exposure. And this in Cuba: aM. '
to her room aod.. ,sufferingintensely. Center'of
In -
the the Businessand
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If you are not financially able to subscribe Theater District

for The Citizen and still would like Most of us have faith in the willingness Mr and Mrs. Robert Knowlesof First CIa..-Fireproof- HAMMERS35c

to lead the paper please do not ask your of the average citizen to do the right White a ron street in their announce home: the Wednesday birthof !-I Se..iU. Rat. 9\ r DI

neighbor for his copy until he has< read it, thing when the truth is apparent but the : evening, 7 o'clock.. I COFFEE "SHOP NOW OPEI ci1 I

or better still wait until the next day to he hardest problem of today is the discoveryof : I :
sure. I I Thomas E. Roberts, 1007 Fleming Carat ElevatorPopalar I Saws
the truth. street suffering a painful Price up !
i The task is not so much the exposition jury several days ago when in-j i
A cable report reports an Australian of the truth to others as it is the search I I I

golf cour'e' overrun by crab It is not for and acceptance of it by ourselves. -

known why the cable specified Australia Most of us are inclined to believe that we I :

particularly.-San Francisco Chronicle.Key have the right side and that the other man We will be pleased to have you consult ua about Just Received a Carload of Carey'sSimplex

West has both kinds, but local golfers has the wrong. The danger comes from I .

say the crustacear. variety is less annoy- our ready acceptance of accepted truth I how you can Roofing $1.40 roll and .

ing. without seeking to understand the other : per up IF]

elephant American writer recently took an side. WEST PROSPER I Build, Buy, or : Be sure to look over our complete line 'of Masonite? Prestwood. It is
over the Alps from Switzerlandto HELP KEY :

Italy. Enough to make Hannibal! turn I Refinance Your Homeor ..: : ideal for floors, walls "and -ceiling : t

over in his grave.-Times-Union. But the Students who expect to leave Key; I : .:

Carthagerian soldier, if now interested has West soon for the resumption of their J I : b

the satisfaction to know that Haliburton studies might as well buy as much of their repair or modernize any type of I;

also failed to reach Rome. needs in Key West as possible before leav I building on insured credit I'i'

It is the policy of The Citizen to re- ing. The m.erohants of Key West deserve I South Florida Contracting "& Engineering Co.
quire payment in advance for political announeemerts the support of our people when they Offer'1 The First National Bank of Key West I

and there will be no devia- the goods for sale at fair prices. Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets :

tion from this practice. It seems quite are the ones whose success will make possible !'I

clear that a politician who cannot nwke a better community in which to live. I Approved Mortgage Under the "Your home is worthy of the best"

payment when he announces for the of-

fice he seeks is not qualified to hold any Beer makes you fat and sometimes J. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION ...................................................................... S

office. 1 lean-against a lamp-post. I :1.1111111111:



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DNESDAY AUGUST 21, 1935. ... --

f I r REFUSED LICENSE I had never been baturalized. He

STOVVERS' TEAM wa! a foll-btooled Indian and told
Column i FAIRMONT[ W. Va.-An appli-l'
t the official: "I am more of an I
ant was refused a fishing j jn !

DEFEATS CUBS ,._._ ._._._._._VW_._WW_.WVW._vwww...-.-... .nnn.......- ............... .1'' this city because he admitted be''American than you. are.,"
SPORTS Advertisements under this bead PAINTING }
JUNIOR LEAGUE CAME PLAY. will be inserted in The Citizen at'

the rate of lc a word for'each insertion -'I GOOD PAINTING calls for a 1
but the minimum for the combination of skilled workman- 'j
AFTERNOON insertion in every instance is ship and reliable materials. We ,
first |i
25c. employ both. Ask for an esti Why Take Chances \
: Clifford Kerr contractor i
(By JOVE) f Payment for classified advertisements mate.
-- The Junior League played one is invariably in advant'e.but ,'I 512 William _street Key I

I game yesterday afternoon at regular advertisers with ledger West Fla., Phone 684-R. ; of Food Spoilage

ANKS POUNCE ON LIGHTHOUSE WINS DIAMONDBALL Stowers Park and the Stowers accounts may have their advertise- : aug17-tf!

ten defeated the Cubs by an 8 to ments charged. ; ----I;

(OWE AND REDUCE I II FROM 1 FERA CLUB GAMETONIGHT\ 7 game.score. It was a hard fought !, street Advertisers address as should well as give their their telephone when for as little as SEVEN _

.... At the end pf the ninth the number if they desire re- PIANO TUNER Laureano j CENTS A DAY you can ,.,
for each : I reno. Excellent piano for the protection that a .,
knotted 7 runs '
I LEADOFDETROn score was suIts. 101S Division street. !II Ijly251 { have 4 ?
DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED BERMUDA BAKERY AND club. In the tenth Orlando 'Es- With each classified advertisement cheap. General Electric Refrigerator
mt j jI
quinaldo came up for Stowers and The Citizen will give free an
YESTERDAY RESULTS IN LOPEZ AGGREGATION WILL with F.I Razor Outfit. Ask for I gives you. Foods are
tripled to right-center Autostrop
W YORK GIANTS TRIUMPI,, SCORE OF 7 TO 2By MEET AT BAYVIEW PARK I Garcia on first base to win the I it. !I ROOMS i i kept at a constantly ideal it'I a l

[OVER CINCINNATI REDS AS! I game. This victory puts the I II i THE MUNRO"-Rooms unex I temperature. The refrigerator

$ Stowers Park boys in first plat'e.j LOSTLOSTTuesday celled in price and location,'; I with the sealed-in-steel ': -t.

J HUBBELL COMES TO RESCUE : -' (By JOVE) I The leaders at bat for the running water. 128 N. E. 4th !. ". ', :
( JOVE) afternoon on mechanism needs no atten
( OF PITCHING STAFFtlpelal 1 The Senior Diamondball League Stowers boys were Gilbert. Es- street Miami. Fla. jly26-lmox(;
The Lfehthoar-e defeated the Mario and Salinero. Boulevard billfold with carh tion-not even oiling-and > ,
i iI
I will get under way tonight. In the 1 I quinaldo ,
Administration! at the first game of the new schedule Evelio Fidel and Kiki played well and check. Finder please call FOR SALE |! carries a five year guarantee
Bavview'l I
t. The CltlxnOINEW Park field 'yesterday the Bermula Bakery ten will play in the field. For the Cubs Rodriguez -I phone 454. Reward. aug21- on its most vital part-the .

YORK Aug. 21.-Thi : The final score wa.$ 7 to'' the Lopez Funeral Home outfit I I Woodson and Stlcknej CORNER LOT with two houses.; HOLDS ALl THIS fOODI I
".w York Yankees struck back itrait's : The leaders at bat were Alburj, The Embalmers will use Arthur played well.Batteries. '' LOST-Gold pin Amethyst between i Reasonable. 1209 Pearl street.., mechanism. 2 v*.nlk .2 S pa.mtm
I and In- for Stowers were:: center on Fleming: street aug20-Ctx 1 do 1 Ib. b.itr
pitching ace, Schoolbo; "Ah Ah" Lunn in the box LElectnc eta
and Stanley for the Beacon boys !is .
Re- refrigeration ci 2
the William and Francis. 2pka. *M* CM*(hut
re, and took the game 6 to 1 5. graham "Old Man Wrinkley" on Elwood and Evelio. and for I printed t j..c. 1 b.i been shutout in thre and Rneda for the office crew. Richardson and Woodson. ward if returned to Olivieri'sDrug I PERSONAL CARDS-100 and not a luxury. I battl*cbccno caur0
< end. Cubs
| having the receiving .
i II The Artman; b c B**lb roue*1 bead
ious contests by the Ameri' In the field Lopez and Adams The Bermuda aggregation will Standing of the League Store. aug21-3t cards $1.25. It is Economical Safe and 1en r. 1 bet .rac..k.,

[n League leaders. The victory; : lor the Administration ten and start Blondy "Shiek" Roberts in I Club- W. L. Pet. ,t Press. ng7 i hundreds rderl 21bs tociMoet- 2 trie

|ve the Yanks an even break in i t Akerman and B. Demeritt for the II the box and Albert Rodriguez will Stowers Park .............. 6 1 .750 :, FOR RENT .____ SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c Durable. Ask the kenos S.. dons ........

i"series and reduced the Timers' I I be used as the catcher. i.t Cubs .-... .... ..... ....... 52 ..716Bayview furnished The Artman Press. ng7: of satisfied users in Keya 2 luiacrs : : ::olt'Ye
d over the New Yorkers to six ;: Beacon boys played well. I Ii Lights will go on at 7:30 o'clock Park ?.... .. 24 .333 i FOR RENT-Extra five large roo'ms and- 1 t. 2qai me I i Score by innings: R. H. for team practice and the game<< :II apartment the PRINTING -Qnanty Printing at c.b.-2 lb.,of icl

[The New York Giants protect!I' Administration- E.I will be called at 8 o'clock. i CAVE INN-SERVICE bath. Location Apply opposite 925 Whitehead the Lowest Prices. The An-i',!
their three frame lead in the 001 001 0-2 4 The Bakery outfit i is said to be : man Press. aug7|!
I aug6-6t
litlonal League pennant race. I Lighthouse 102 220 x-7 16 1 trong! but it will be bucking, up t TOMORROWBy 1--------street. FUR SALE-Two.i The Key West Electric Company
they; were forced to go 10 in-I against the best diamondball dub GAME FOR RE. Apartment at 1212 OLD PAPERS
Batteries Robert and Roig F. j Of-
: ; The Citizen
\\IRS and put in a hurry- an for of the city. The outcome ;willbeinteresting. Olivia street near White. All! bundles for 5c.
rI Hubbell' efore they came I Stickney and Cerezo. : v-. of second floor furnished, new- fice. oct6

|>'ough with a 6 to 5 decision over i Summary: Errors: Roche Wickers -I ( afternoon JOVE) the Social ly decorated modern, screened ----.--.- .---- -- ._ --- .- ",

:Cincinnati Reds ', Roberts; home run: Albury; STANDINGSAMERICAN Tomorrow will have porch garage. Apply, 1209
[Home runs by Joe Medwiek: and' LEAGUE Diamondball League Olivia street. aug9-3t
three base hit: Akerman; two base \ other The Cave Inn ten
|ck Rothrock. each with a man game.
base helped! the St. Louis Cai'als -i hits: Albury, Spangle, Stanley;; I LEAGUE I will tackle the Service outfit at i BUNGALOW FOR RENT-Mod- BoedwinltedJon

\ \ beat the Boston Braves (6 : struck out: by Stickney 3; bases I II Club- W. L. Pet. Bayview Park. ern conveniences and garages.; 't be

5, despite We'ily Berger'; .. ,I en balls: off Stickney 4, off Rob ; Detroit ._......_... 70 41 .631 This contest will start at 5:15o'dock. I. Apply Valdes Bakery :

l-enty-yeventh home run of th'on. '! erts 3; time of game: 1:00; umpires New York ..............63 46 .578 I Batteries: will be Ortega and B. aug8-ltno I / ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo

,I : Albury McCarthy and Gon-J Chicago _...._._._.. 57 52 .523 .' and I
Powell for Army men mod-
(With: Jim Weaver outpointing ....... 59 54 .522 FURNISHED APARTMENT, I original ,. Paint
I zalez. I Boston .......__.u. Martinez for the Cave To *ct the I D TW 109% h
Jh Zacaary in a mound duel as'h : : i Cleveland ........._.._. 58 54 .518 Rosam and ern conveniences 628 White or e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.. mm PAIn

team made five hits, the : .........................! Philadelphia ..._._ 48 59 .449 Inn boys. I Gaiti's Barber Shop.. aug6\ look for Davt 100% Part Paint baa often ken MAD(

ftsburgh Pirates defeated the< Washington! ..._..... 47 66 .416 TODAY'S GAMES ( BICYCLES-WE RENT by the' r_ imitated ht never duplicated. ====
[ooklyn Dodgers, 2 to 0. i Doings Around The St. Louis _'_""."-. 40 70 .364 Hour Day or Week. Repair i this Label Dam 10% Part Paint conform* with --_
[Led by Bantam Jocko Conlan, : AMERICAN LEAGUE : them with I all pare paint Laws and if the only paint : =
makes and paint
fa banged out even hitinc1:1d- Golf LinksBy NATIONAL LEAGUE I Washington, at Chicago. : full that atria a guarantee of purity ==-.:
: Nn-EnameL We carry a -. -
"two doubles in eight times a'g Club- W. 'I* Ttt. New York at St. Louis.!' = I
| the Chicago White Sox batted New York ..........- 72 41 .637 I Boston at Detroit. supply of parts. Agent for the I PAINT Cook For this Guarantee on the Label* .::5.

'r wa. )'1 back Into third place bj; ( GRAVY) St. Louis .._.._.._m 68 43 .613 Philadelphia at Cleveland. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. wnh ether Maaufact1oftr.a.r....... -
(feating the Philadelphia Ath ........................ Chicago _...-......... 71 47 .602 t. .: And sell them as low as $5.00 We w.AU trw oar no pra-.d_>xtran are Bad.any by m m ..k....... wed. oU brmck DMK99 ...-r", I
IMS in both ends of a double Pittsburgh ..._....._ 64 54 .542 NATIONAL LEAGUS down and $1.00 per week. BALTIMOfiEMUCorner '
ier. 13 to 4 and 11 to 4. Our personal glimpse! today is Brooklyn .._._.._... 53 60 .469 Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Buy and Sell all makes of used I mH.B.DAVIS Ca t

|The Brownn whipped Wes Fer. about Everett a as guy the who first has but the nine name out Philadelphia ____.:... 50 64 .439 I Cincinnati at New York. I Bicycles. Phone 276.515 J.Duval R. G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and'William Streets J

111 and the Red Sox 8-5 in the Cincinnati; ..._._ 49 68 .419 Chicago at Philadelphia. i Stowers company I
of ten in Key West think that it '
__ 82 .281 St. Louis at Boston. street. aug9'
|st game of a doublehetder, buIy is Ike. How he came to be named Boston ''''''_'_' 32 I ..
Grove through for his; -
came that is a_secret because everybody .. : ..y 1r
Bostoa tool t .
pfeenth vkto.-y as '
that knows hire looks blank .

nightcap 73. when you say where did he get to I
4e) Cleveland Indians capitaliz- I be named Ike. The last name of -
*i two fumbles and a wild '.. .
our' esteemed friend is Russell and
in the first inning to de-
I for a middle name he has the
the Washington! Senators, 4i .-
euphonious moniker of Wellesley.And

by now you must know It is
summaries :
the genial manager of the loeal
Rockefeller interests Mr. Evrett .
New York R. H, EJnnati
i _.. ... 512 1 1 (Ike) Wellesley Russell ,.

York _._"__ 8 15 1 Our hero was born up here in I L
Grunt; Bone Alley. Now to all '. '
: Derringer. Frey Nel-
Did residents they, visualize :Mr.!\ ,
| Brennen and Lombardi!; Par- ''
; Dickie) Peacon's store with the !:
/e. Smith, Moore Hubbell and a: :
u tracker barrell, gingham goods.
9 Rater monkeys and other things

they used to have in Key West.Wouldn't .
At Boston R. H. E I' I
be a bad idea to get
Louis ._ 681
of them tack too. But as
bston ._._._......-..5 12 1 hero :< ,
ire were 'saying, our was .
IBatteriex: Walker. Haines and I I ::
: born up here in Peacon Lane and ..
Betts and
Brown I
when he wa knee high to a duck
hrer Mreller. .. .> 1.
< ,
tis pa and ma moved up on Margaret t '
[At Brooklyn R. II. E. Well, our hero, as a boy caught i '

ttburgh.... 250 many a brim off Sweeney's wharf : :

|'ool.;lyn ,_ ...._ 053 but soon! his pa sent him to school
I Batteries Weaver and Padden .. .- "
: ; i it the Hargrove Institute. WelL .. "- '_ AooA. *

I chary, Leonard and Lopez Tay- cfore long he 1.,ot big i enough toro ... .

I to the high !school and the first '
ping anybody knew he was hang- r' .' : J.:
[Chicago at Philadelphia, post- \: nj 1* around Mr. Ourrv's house onsccount '.. .... '.- .;,' *'* ;._ _"._:+: 9' L I'" \ '.. "Jr..r
.s' 4
ned, wet grounds. of several things but .
f t. .; w "el ..
1\ ly on account of :Mr. 'mo't'l 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE (Izughter who happens! to have the "

lAt Detroit R. II. E. ; 'r cry euphonious name of Bessie.: i .

}York _....-Ao 682 Flying she liked Russell better:, (chesterfield Cigarettes, a good : : 'J s Y -

troit .......... 5 10 1 hnn Cnrrr she forthwith became i t
I BatteriesAllen! Gomez and r1 t
>'Icy; Rowe Sullivan Hogsett 1 nee what von can do with : customer f

Cochrane. lames.Anvwajr. our hero came along I ahead by leaps and bounds." .;

Fint Cam. if'er 'the horse' age and into the

\ At Chicngo R. II. E.l.Jd.lphia I horse IeI'.' 'asre and learned how to

: ......_ 4 11 1 'wi'3t"r!: and j'espgr'a'-e and

I reago ...._...13 15 1 I hen cal! it gasoline. Al'yhotat! Y;
[ att'rie'ilshere, Turbeville, s what he sells only >:e ha someo \Then things start out being good..and keep r

Ii Berry; Kennedy-and SewelL i: toddling.Wrll.'" else. to RO out aid do the on being good folks find out about it. J te

our hero hail heard about ''' lej

Lrtt Chicago Second Cam. R. H. E.i the power" of gasoline! versus the I Just about every place .,you go the store : ,

iladclphia.j.[....... 4 11 0 power of 3 golf club so the onh'thng i
: to do w.s to Fee for him- will tell that Chesterfields are
licaro _,JL11 12 l' keepers you
'self and thereupon he took up!
iBatttries: Do\le', nd Richards
> ;
pastime and 'so we have: him nowhere '9
|!hewn and Shea.I .'''' I him.. I going ahead. ,
started to get
we '
I, at theamp '.. ti rT !
Being new member and ti
I Cleveland! R. H..E.bington .i I a to break 50 It seems to prove one thing more
he does not trY
"......-...?..,... 272, 60. ,| ..,..-_. 492 i!I 1 bu!lie Is knows content a to pretty: make good a. wood- ; more smokers every day. men and women

|BnUerie: NVwsorn and HoiHudlin -. what r .
shot when he can remember -
.ok; and Phillips j George Dodge told him but a Jot! both are finding out about.

I I of the time he plays another fairway -I.

First Game than his pals. s-sChesterfkid
At St. Louis R. II. E. !I'I However when everybody get! Chesterfield.cigarette tats MILDER

don ..h..hh. 581Louis I to the green Ike is there too so I.

,_? 815 I...i what the heck.If .
I Batteries W. Ferrel and R. Fer- he keeps at the game for an, I ... the cigarette 'that TASTES BETTER

|I; Cain Knott and Hemsley. other year he will give some of & .

these boys around town a run for :

Second Game their money. :1 Y
lAt St. Louis R. H. E. But in the 'meantime, gentle .

}don .. -_._ 714 1 i reader, if you ever find out how { :
Louis ....:...-_ 3 12 0 i he got to be rte please tell your i : ....::.. -, ,-- .-

Batteries: Grove and Berg: neighbor. He won't and nobody' la .> .- -
Iser and Heoth. tbe knows. i IW.lMCBTT*UnuToHCOO Cfc; ,



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f..I r WEST'SYEAR I band is on hand to greet plane.! new ventures in governmentcitizen ..55555 55 55 5S Sss.s5s
KEY ]1
I READY MADE 'lm :, .steamers and trains. Trees have< relations have not been universally Today's

SOCIETY been planted and a Fine Arts Commission acclaimel. For in Key!

.- OX CORALIE. STANTON1tNOPIS I. ::-: ::,::: (Continued from Pace!' One) is at work on town plan West, as elsewhere, the same complaints Anniversaries

: To MM t*. career -No.'- His race was bard. -1ve .... .... ..... have ever been called for beyondthe nine, with attention to the space I
t Rca MoorS ckom .*. '"'''.. thought of nothing but getting ready - - - --------- and vistas along the hibiscus-hunj are heard-that people are .SSSSSSSSSS.............
.,,". hat promteed<< (0 marry hervmptoyer. I original number offered. Enrollment having too much done for them I
Mark Albrrf. tht trflamt for the Pacific. By the way. Laurie. Arranging For Melody HourTomorrow alleys.' The Ion;' bathing beach. 1796-James Lick, San Fran-
made of
muifnala. Horn Rtx it -' was a procedure that individual initiative is being,
prtfarInf haTen't made that appointment where the blue-green I
water meets Cisco land
you buyer in
1848. beneI
for hit Paeifo tight, Albrry i* Labor -
DanceAn stifled and that I
arranging to havt her mamagt yet for me to take you up In the air. Day Night some formality. Certificates the white marl has been cleaned there is a dolce I factor to the city. donor of the ob-
to Rex iiMotoerf. cud Laurie'i rater far niente of more than climate.'
Glad. it running around with Have you forgottenr I countersigned by the governor and of refuse' and equipped with palm : rervatory bearing his name. oem

0 Wealthy and rroftgat vnt "I haven't forgotten." She forced event that is being eagerly Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock by the state and local administrations thatched caana-; : ; to be rented. So How far there is truth in these I at Frederickswcrg, Pa. Died in
man tcho dot not p/eaM tin IfI.tULa. to laugh. but it complaints remains to be seen, and '
toll* ...... Lauria it Vrkappy. ..- herself was strange looked forward to by the younger the ninth Key West Melody Hour' were issued, and porters complete is the beach that even I' San Francisco, Oct. 1, 1876.
how. gain words seemed to be put set of the city is the DeMolay gay beach umbrellas and rowboats how far the experiment will sue

.. into her mouth. "Perhaps 111 ask Dance which is to be held at the will be presented in the Colonial bearing two clasped hands and the are included. An outdoor swim- ceed no one knows.

Chapter 37 yon to take me up when yon try the Cuban Club on Duval street on HoteL legend Help to All WhoHe).) min -pool with native marl rock! Yet there are certain straw! i 1796-Asher R. Durand celebrated -
new fuel Labor Day August 2. I Ah interesting program awaits: Themselves were placed on all I wall is being constructed, the which may show the way of the :I NewYork engraver-paint-]
DECLARATION "You ask for all worth. er of the noted of his
can you're : generation]
wind. During the season1525
forth : houses where labor had been has been past '
DeMolays are putting the audience numbers which are golf course developed I
I. replied. that's not ; born Je/fefebn |
assure you at Village.; N. J.
-OEX-! automobile
every effort to make this affair; volunteered. The first hundred and planted and a "pro" installed! more passengers came:
the way you'll make your first flight seldom heard will be played. 'I Died there,, -17, Isso181lWiUiem"Xelly. .
..... .Laurle-! with one of the most brilliant social, people to finish their hours received under the supervision! and aid of into Key West than during the .Sep
old me. this I The evening will be devoted to "honorable discharge" cer- the administration. The previous! one, an increase of 214
,Lr1a hastily dropped the "Then some other time.she said. events to be held summer. bougain :
: !
Weed coat Ibe was holding. She still mechanically. "I'll ring you up. John Pritchard's Orchestra has! solo work on the piano and those tificates. villea-covercd and palm-surround percent. The total number of the ironworks -

stood In tbe living room of the Chelsea When do you start for the Pacific been engaged to furnish music for: who will be heard, are Mary Elizabeth -!I Was the pledging of the work[! ed Casa Marina, which was closed! railroad passengers: was 2458 more manufacturer whose process -]

"At the end of next week. I hope." the occasion. Grillion Sawyer, organist of,I really "voluntary," particularly! for several years. and which still than the preceding year or an increase for making teel anticipated!

flat. She had come to fetch some Tbe sunshine no longer came Serpentines noise-makers and I the First Methodist Episcopal''''on the part of relief clients or I I remains in the nands of the Flag of 18 percent. A new tri the Bessemer process, believed insane -

books she found she had left In the through the window To Laurie the balloons will be' on hand to give'I Church of Key West, Dorothy'I were thumb-screws applied? The'ler interests, and receives no finan. weekly seaplane service from Miami even by his wife until sue- '

kitchen a cookery book and a manuscript room grew suddenly dark. I the dance a true holiday air. Special Mayfield Knowles, Charles question cannot be answered! witha I cial aid from the administration, from November 25 to December -I cess arne. born in Pittsburgh.

book of recipes she had copied "1 must be getting off. she saId. features arranged by the DeMolays erts, and Commodore and :ROb-1 I degree of exactness but at least i onie more opened its doors to 31. 1934 and a daily service Died in Louisville, Ky.. Feb. 11,1

picking up her books from the table. for that night are a prize I garet Zinaida von the direction may be indicated by j tempt the more prosperous of the from January 1 to February 28, 1888.

oat.She had been surprised to find that But Rex Moore was beside her. He and a big serpentine dance. A The Melody Hour is an the fact that the relief administrator winter guests. The lots near the 1935 brought 357 passengers. The
took the books from her. Ills hands I total increase in visitors to 1820-John Tyndall famed]
few hotel cleaned by the ad up
large attendance is anticipated. mal affair. reported only a cases oC I j were up
flea Moore was there.The porter told
were on her shoulders. His eyes were I ministration and help given in March 1 over the preceding season English physicist, born. Died Dec.]
the of relief
her. Bat he had gone out and said full of lire."Laurie.. -- .__ recipients on and those were concerned -j I clearing the hotel beach, with no< was 7713 persons, or 42.58 4, 1893.

he would not be back until late. I've learned somethingsince .sssssss.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.SSS not with the performance j request for repayment. percent. The hotels showed a registration -
Now he had In and found her the other Ills 1821 William
come we parted day. thei increase of 85 percent Barksdale. Mi-:
mechanical to I Most interesting! of all i is <
standing In a shaft! ;: f everts! sunlight voice wa!vibrant,fall of such a surging PERSONAL MENTION adqustments as I fact that the: administration ha and the rooming houses of 150 per sissippi lawyer congressman, Confederate -
of the extra hours but such!
that came through the bay win emotion that her heart seemed to
artists from other partsof cent the latter having been full general, born in Ruther-
dow holding the old working coat stop beating.can't live without yon. I.S S S S S S S S C S S S S S S S S S.S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S e S S.S S S S S S S 5- whether or not a son could "woroff" brought
.' the to record some of for the first time in more than a ford CuTenn.. Killed at Gettysburg -[
that he had left on his chair when Laurie. I love you-I love you. little Mrs. Ralph Folk and daughter I Earl Hathaway, deputy sheriff the hours of his father. country Adrian decade. The comparison upon July 2, 1863.
I the beauty of the place.
Laurie! love We've been I Citizens relief and their!
be went out.A Say you me left Monday afternoon by trainto at Matecumbe arrived I' on on
: yesterday which these figures are based is
Eric Smith Stanley
second and he would a pair of fools but it's not too late. own their weekly twenty- Dornbu.ech ;
sooner join her husband in Philadel: for a brief vacation with Mrs gave Wood Peter Rotier. Richard Jan- made independently of the Relief 1822-John Fritt ironmaster.

phia. Mrs. Folk is the daughter Hathaway.J. four hours to the city in so unstinting Alfredo. : Crimi, Avery John- Administration. The visitor can get pioneer iron and steel man mechanical -|

of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Collins. I I I a fashion that the diffi- sen. W. Townsend Morgan, Klir to Key West only by rail boat I engineer, born at Bethle-
Hi culty presented itself of what .to!Ison. hem. Pa. Died there Feb. 13,1
E. Duane. in charge' Long ,Eeck and William Hoffman were ferry or plane. The rail and boat
do with all the volunteer labor
-f Mrs. John Costar, son Jack and: Key fishing camp arrived yesterday -I ; .,"di. covered" through the Public< figures are from the Interstate 1913.
there much to be done.
Mrs. James Curry, left Mbndayon i for a brief visit with Mrs was '.Works of Art Project and select Commerce Commission: the air-
the Cuba for.Tampa where First there was the cleaning of the the Bureau of 1854 Frank A. Munsey. noted!
i i Duane and daughters Patricia andi I cd to go,toKeyVest.. They all are plane figures from
J? Mrs. Curry will visit her son-in-I i I Jacqueline, and returned in theI city. I. D. Macready of the State supposed! to work; thirty-five hours Air Commerce and the figures for newspaper and magazine puLH!
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I I afternoon. I Sanitation Department appeared< I a week'but most, of them do far the ferries from Monroe County born at Mercer, Maine. Died

John Delariey. :Mrs. Costar took. with ten trucks which were puton more-for what artist observes a The relief load decreased froma in New York Dec. 22, 1925.:
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along her car and will motor to: I II an 18-hour day schedule removing -I time scheduled once he has begun peak of 2008 in October 1934 to
:i W. DeGarmo engineer with the< the mountains of debris f reorganization is also.a matter for]
ponts in Florida including White' a piece of work? They are paid i 1508 in February of this year. A
\ state road department was an ar- which littered the coral island.I the future to determine.
number of the unemployed found
Springs. I I i weekly salary< and the pictures:
rival the
______ on Havana Special yes: According to the graphic accountof work in private homes, hotels,, There are still questions nearer!
paint are government property
terday for an inspection of the the local approxi-I they I home. Wi!| the tourist industry]
Tony Diaz, Jr., and brother newspaper to be sent around the country restaurants or other places cater-
Emilio who were visiting: relatives;, projects of the department in Key: mately 55,000 cubic yards of garbage for exhibition purposes loan- jug to visitors.What absorb virtually; al! the unemployed -

in Key West left on the after-;! West. I and trash were collected ed to cafe owners to make their of the future? Before the of Key West? Even no, for]

noon train yesterday for their.! between July and January an aggregation establishments" : more attractive. or city can make any effort to get how much of each year? Will it belong I

I Gabriel Ferro chief car inspector -' which had it been back to its the bond situation enough to tide the city over
home in Miami. I to be sold to visitors. Where once own
in Havana for the Florid 1 I I placed on an ordinary city lot. 50< I he little Cuban cafes of Del I and tax problems must be the hot season v=hen no strangers ]

Miss Juana Perez left yesterday ; East Coast Railway Company by 150 feet, would have raise monico and Ranmonin served their cleared. The administration is now arrive? Is tbe: one industry of vial-

afternoon for Miami after a,, Mrs. Ferro and son arrived yesterday the level of the lot more than the green turtle steaks and arroz con I proposing to have the city and Ions subject a? it is! to custom)

vacation with relatives and from a short vacation in height of an average 17-story of-' polio in surroundings from which county assume the full amount of fashion seasonal and climatic variation -

friends in Key West. 1 Miami for a brief visit with relatives fice building. the esthetic wa* noticeably absent indebtedness to have bondholders sufficient? So far the Relief ]

I in Key West. With the cleaning of the city: now walls are : forgive defaulted interest and Administration inclines to J e

Frank Vcgue, formerly of Key!: civic pride and individual hop:I vivid with the tropical greens and ftart a new interest series as follows hopeful. Mr. Stone has said "It I

West, but now a resident of Miami \ -' C. W. Davis enginhouse fore returned. During the census the blues and yelows and reds of the : no interest for five years; would seem not unreasonable tt

in Relief Administration has discovered and I 2 for five 3: percentfor say that the Key West rehabilM
left yesterday afternoon man at Buena Vista and Key paintings of Stanley Wood percent years;

after a brief visit as the guest of, West, arrived yesterday from Miami hundreds of homes in I Richard Jansen. The Habana- five years; 4 percent for five tation program h,: justified itself]

Dr. Armando Cobo. j I I accompanied byIrs.. Davis I Ii need of repair. Some of them I Madrid and Raul night clubs have years; I 5 percent for five years; so far and may: be expected: to ga I 1

& too far to be of and C pehcent for five years. In forward more ..n. i and daughter Miss Dorothy, and were gone not only the marimba rhythms "
Jo&Sl"I'm Bennie Cabrera who came ini i returned to Miami in the after.I I and. with the consent of r.aved'j Cuba but the gay and imaginative other words. it would be made a!* the new program. But whetheror
going to marry Mr. Albery, Rex. these demolished. possible to put the city ina not this occurs, Mid whether j
Sunday for a brief visit with relatives t noon. owners, were 'I murals of Eric Smith, Peter Rotier as

nave seen her hugging It to her. inhaling It was too late. left yesterday afternoonfor But more of them. could be savcil I and Jansen. For those' who prefer position to pay until it get on the experiment succeds or fails,|

Its sharp. peaty scent. will BUT Laurie swayed for a moment. his home in Miami. I John A! Russell: postmaster at and needed only repairs to make their art in other settings, the Key its feet, when more payment may it will have played a part in form:

an aching of her throat and an an An Irresistible Impulse drew her to i Islamorada, arrived yesterday them habitable and restore their West gallery is now open, and.thq be assumed. If and when the bonds log a new concept of Jovemmen'L{

gulch In her heart far too deep for him. As metal to magnet she was Captain C. N. Cooke and daughter morning; over the East Coast on beauty. For there is much ol outofdoorsq'1uicm: possessesnot are adjusted, taxes will be adjusted a concept which denies that government

tears. drawn drawn-until his I in the houses of Key West I collection of the bright- accordingly. But all that is as is merely to be a policeman
arms were .Miss Evelyn, of Cat Cay Ba:i business and returned in the aft- beauty only a which
and the j
She Just had presence of mind to closing round her to fold her In his hama Islands were arrivals yesterday -' ernoon. Many of theni were built by ships' ly-colored fish that haunt the yet on the knees of the gods.If to keep peace, .

say lightly: strength. as In a tower. over the East Coast and J I carpenters of cedar and solid coral reefs out also the frescoesof these matters can be arranged sees its role as rosiUve in the up

This sleeve will come out. If It But she started back with a sharp are guests at the home of Mr. and i I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edson. of mahogany, and most of them are Alfredo Crimi who has used and the city of Key West once building in of all the its life of.the community |

Isn't mended! I don't suppose :you've cry."You Mrs. Ernest Hemingway at the : Daytona are visiting in Key I charming two-galleried and shuttered local fishermen as models. more assumes life as a political aspects.lot

got anything here for me to mend It are mad.Hex."she said."Youdon't home on Whitehead street. I II I West and are guests of Mr. and houses. once white but now The artists seem to feel no entity, it may have a very different
with." love me.. I don't love We of from the
you. I Mrs. 'Paul D. Herrick at the home grey because of the gradual steeping greater restriction in working for form government

barrassment.They looked at each other In em- had"I'm that not out mad.the I other was"Now I'msane. Waldo Perez, of the federal income .I!at 1301 United street. I of the paint in the salt air. the government than for the priv- past. The administration is proposing -

The houses have been repaired ate patron of art. They are free! a reorganization with one
in Miami, arrived
tax bureau -
"I didn't know you had come Laurie you love me! You can'tfool I commissioner elected by the
I volunteer.labor under the auspices to experiment with form. color and peo-
auditor by
the morning J. P. McAloon. traveling -
back." Laurie went on hurriedly. me. 1 knew it that night Walt yesterday on I I ple. one appointed by the governor S .1BILIOUSNESS
1lrs.1Perez I of the Relief Administrationwhich subject as they please and no requirements
The porter told me. I came: to fetch for me to come back to you!" train on business and to join for the Sinclair Oil Company I the
and one appointed by sec*
my cookery books that I'd left be- Again his arms seized her to crush who is the guest of her i who was in Key West for a conference reserves the right to salvage are made of them oth- interior-because
of the
hind. out ber resistance. But this time she mother Mrs. Whitmore J. Gardner -!r with City Auditor WillardM. material for later ue in repair er than that the pictures be for a retary

"I'm only here for a few days." sprang away. throwing back her at the home on Petronia Albury. left yesterday after I work. Furthermore the administration certain place or time. Occasionally Key West is of near the island the national of Dry

He looked eager and tremendouslyalive. bead. and managed to smile with a street, and other relatives. I l noon for Miami. loans money without an artist has been asked to workin I Tortugas monument, which is under the Department SCHOOL GIRL SPECIALPERMANENT
I which fie is not
medium for
As of old. she could feel the pretence of lightness. interest for improvements on private a -on-
of the Interior. But that
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strength pulsing from his fingers. "Rex. I have done my bit. You told property. Say Mr. X's house especially adapted or to produce I IDon't WAVESTwo

as they shook hands. lie had just me the other day I had paid my debt. ........................ I SUFFICIENT CAUSE I is to be fixed up so as to be available under too great pressure. But so !

come from the eye specialist. The You mustn't talk to me so wildly. I In for rental to winter residents fu the program has been flexible be tllN! Permanents gg.QQ

great man's examination had had am going to marry Mr. Albery. Today HistoryA BUFFALO.-Henry Wilkes of I and the repairs both labor and enough to prevent many such incidents Tormented for .

the happiest results. Sir Gilbert said He stared; his arms fell to his .SSSS 55 555 5 S S S I this city was :granted a divorce material amount to $400. Mr. and for the most part, the ( II Richer Wave, $5.00 and .p

be was sure the danger of sudden sides. His face went grey. after testifying that his wife lock- I X signs a lease withthe-adminis- painters are content with their by ilg'ii' unbelievable! MRS. MILLER

blindness had passed. for the Immediate "I see. I used to think yon would- 1621-A cargo of marriageable him out if he did not get home by. tration t to the effect,that from 50 I II rart in.the experiment. Several of it' 1V foOowi the Ocean View Apt. 1 Pboa. 574-J
future at any rat before I saw tbat he was In love with ladies I I 9 o'clock. I to 75 percent. or even all, of the I I'I them live .
"Is Sirs. Budd looking after you you. I expected It-until, as you < in 'London to the Colony of I'' income from the property is theirs by the !navy l with vistas of sea and 11.1 ResinolPALACE I II JaekMravllle |,*a4l Hotel"
all rlghtr she asked keeping her say. I went mad. Do you mind telling 'I I and and to work in THE SEMINOLE
Virginia. to fee sold for tobacco LEGALS until the $400 is repaid. The con- sky palm, go I
voice with me what he knows about ? '
an effort to that light us the I
artificial pitch. "I told him the truth. at the rate of,120 pounds of the I ,I trol is theirs too during the -pe I the ,administration, building or I

Ii VOTICK OP MASTER'S SALE I riod. Money so returned works in I old store-house 'on the pier where I
"What do you mean-the truth? best leaf for each.* I I
NOTICE IS. HEREBT OIVEX. I the Mallory Line landed its
I fund for further self-! oticLe Charles Starrett-Pauline Brooks
"\rES. thanks. But I don't trouble He was like a man turned to stone. that under and by virtue of and a revolving '

1 her much. I'm going: back to "That we were not married. About 1856-Historic Charter Oak at I pursuant to that certain decree, liquidating projects. Most of the I passengers' and where paints can-! -in-
made and entered on the llth day I within two I vas. 1 nd etching presses now take
the trick I him and loans are to be paid
Gretton tomorrow. Albery Is goingto played on on Hartford Conn., blown down; a i I of July. A. D. 153$. by the Honor- of bales of imports. The MAKE A MILLION
spend several days down there- you. atilo Jefferson B..Browne, Judge of years but some have already been
I suppose :yon know that We are goIng -Bat-surely, he'd never forgive dirge was played rt noon and bells i the Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial paid and a few will take more! artists are very much part of the I Comedy and Short Reel

to do the final tests with the that! 1 told you Laurie, he'd never tolled at sundown. Florida Circuit In Chancery of Monroe In that County.certain than that time. Several hundred life of the community, for in the i Matiae: 5-lOej Night: lo-lSc

new fuel. Has he told :you about itT stand being made a fool of. But he I cause therein pending wherein I houses-all that had been made past season's Semana Alegre.,
"No. Mr. has has said nothing to me." Thelma Moore Thompson joined by rented the I when an open air presentation of,
Albery not mentioned 1858-First of the historic Lin her husband and next friend God ready-were during I !
It again. It was only while I He left It to me to explain. Rex. coln-Douglass delates at Ottawa, : frey Thompson are complainants last Key West season and more the Pirates of Penzance was given FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE Jarks.svIll,. F1.rid.

was working on the reports. Is it going lIe does forgive us for deceiving him 'I and John Bogart and Bogart bisunknown i: are bein put in shape for the I Il2 I they designed and painted the .. I CHAS. B. CiRI:'KR. .s.....
to be a success after all? Have And It will make no difference! M IlL wife If married.. Josephl I ; I II I ecenery and stage-sets and even A human, home-like Instltatlosll
V. Albury. M. E. Mondul and where you will find yrar lndtvMeomtort .'
they made It safer you Wolz and all unknown next.The cooperative federal-state- took part in the performance. NEW YORK ..* ...ert.I._.. & matter .1
That remains to be seen. It seemsa The man gave a loud hoarse laug% 18:>National convention of having or claiming an oeo.l I citizen experiment has brought I It is small wonder that theseBvmsteadsWormSyi'up of great Importance.
of fury. workingmen in Baltimoie considered -: and to the land hereinafter -0-
long time since turie"lie
we met.
'I'scribed, are defendants the forth numerous other develop-1 and BOSTON A e'.1 .1,.......' bulldlsg i.esied
"Of and to secure
he means
added abruptly."More: than a fortnight course. wants you so much ways signed Special Master In Chancery have
ments. The social services tm tbe heart *f the city
Have you began your campaign lie! will forgive anything. And you'r I I 5-hour work day. appointed by said decree will offer I ; !
for sale at public outcry to the not been neglected. No longer do -
of dropping hints about our going to marry him for his money.- I highest bidder for cash before the I people live en fish and cocoanuts I.,. "To ..laD...... a* amral ot mmt." WkrfmItrertloMi From Key West alternate Fridays Every Room with Combination Tab
matrimonial disputes (Copyright. Dli. Coralit Stanto) 1918 Announcement made front door of the County CourtHouse aft ,......... IT ISr.VER From New York alternate Tsies and Shower Hath. Radio. Electro!
"Not to extent" she answered I In Key West. Monroe Coun:I and avocado pears alone, for caseworkers rAILK. I>m>n0 MareitT Cad -. Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
any Rex has an imporbnt cOnference, thtt 32 U. S. army divisons: on I ty. Florida on Monday the 2nd day I help with budgets and Mot. ., ",' TOSIS.trt.It cOTtstwi Hold crrrrwh full d M Jays i Ventilation Comfortable Beda
coldly. "Have told Mrs. SteelerToday's Mood vixtr! TMTV
you tomorrow. I A. D. 1935 (same being of Inner .
of September. Spring Coti.itrnrtlon
French soiL ; buttls.Eat.
A clinic has been be Mil- tee a
a rule day of said court and &,I dietary regimes.: PkUed.b From Boston alternate Saturdays'I and Individual Re& .
C. t-0 09-
------- ------- ---- legal sales day) during the legal established and schoolchildren Almo NEW ORLEAX9 .. KEr.wEsTI Lamps.

..S C C C S C S C S.C.S S C S.S S S S.1 EXTREMELY STINGY LEGALS hours o'clock of In the sale forenoon, to-wit and between 2 o'clock 11 needing dental or optical care are Alternate Wedseeday.. Arrive1e7 I, RAEp,. :

I In the afternoon of said day. the.I taken care of. Classes in handicraft DcMOLAY LABOR DAY __t day '.I..w.... I ICLYDE. sisal.
tn Ho Private
Birthdays I lTIIM ('OVT%' JUDGE (0(1ST following described property tol domestic service and secretarial I mm Balk $3.55
: t R.....,
t PrivateBath
Mrs. 3.55
Rose Cadcn' I' AMI FOR .MOROt? rol.NTV,satisfy said decree by payment of I MALLORY I
S S S S S S S S I training have been formed.A DANCECUBAN *. H_B... Priva<. Bath a.M
S S S S S S S S S S S S SC' r'l.OKIIIA. PROBATE.. the amounts'therein >p >cifie of this city chirged that her husband On the Island of Key WestIn .2inu'I I I 14 ROOT. Private Bath 2.55
of and
In He: Kutate I I fife and drum bugle corps
I. R.s ...i.
.firvey C. Couch of Pine Bluff, was s>o stingy he hid her: JAMES: P. ROBERTS. SR.. I Monroe County, Florida. and and marimba CLUB Sept. 2nd K SMITH A..... I IKer LIGHT 5spl.IftCKEASK Private 4.55
1 rvceased.XOTICB known on a map of said island has:, been organized, a West YOU DOC....
Ark., utility head: born at Cal- shoes to keep her from wearing' -; TO CREDITORSTo delineated bym.. A. Whitehead AdmUtion ..." 60e : I .OCCCPASCTPD
houn Ark. :08 all creditors and all persons in February. 1SZ9. as part I! I
years Noise Makers
ago. them out.Louisville. THEATER Serpentines .
having claims or demands against of tract IS. but aow better I I -- ---- 1 - -
said_ Estate: I known as Lot %3. Square I, _
ou. and each of you, are hereby Tract 15. according to Geo. W. Warren William-Claire Dodd in
Maj. Gen. James E. Fechet, retired Ky.. noted physician notified and required to presentany Nicholas subdivision of said I DON'T BET ON BLONDES
chief of air claims and demands which you.I tract IS. recorded In Plat Book WHITE BELT DAIRY STEAMSHIP Co.
army ;bornat
corps, born in England, 55 years ago. or either of you. may have againstthe 1. page 4!. of Monroe:. County. Jack Holt-Florence Rice in I 0
FU Ringgold; Tex., 58 years ago. tate-of James O. Roberts. Sr, Florida Records. Commencingat AWAKENING OF JIM BURKE i ICE CREAM UNITED STATES FAST
.. point on Svmlnarjr
1 d -* late of Monro County.florida. a Street
Gen. Johj F. O'Ryan of New to the II').. Hugh Unnn.Countr .. distant from the corner of Matinee Balcony lOc I POPSICLES MAIL ROUTES FOR
Chesley R. Palmer head of the Judge of Monroe County. at Frances Street 134 feet, CInches ; Orche"l
York City law-e. !', former police his office in the County CourthouseIn i and running thence tra; 15-20c; Night: Sweet Milk qt. --..;... 17c roar TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Troy, N. Y.. horse oi Cluett, Peabody Monroe County. Florida within along Seminary Street In a :N.
Cbocolat Milk I7e
head born there 61 qt. Effect; Marck
years ago. right calendar months from the I I Ely direction 44 fert. S Inches; I ISdt 1935
& Co., born at Hawkeye. date of the first publication here, thence at right angles IB a S. BENJAMIN LOPEZ Better Milk qt. _._ 17c Leave Key West for Hn Wedne d n and Saturdays
Iowa 50 years aijo.Koark of. All claims and demands not ETly direction 92 feet ( Inches: S OU! Potatoes 10 Ibs ISc I 12:20 P. M.Leave ,
Claude Gr3- ame-White. Critkin' : presented within the time and in I thence at right angle In a S. FUNERAL HOMES
the manner prescribed herein shall i Wly direction 44 feet t inches; Batter, Ib __ 26e I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays.
# pioneer aviator and aeronautical b.. barred as provided by law. thence at right angles in a N. .( K.y West Nucoa, to ----- ZOc Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and MODe
Bradford of New Orleans engineer, born 56 years Dated August 14. A. D. 1535. I Wly direction 92 feet. C inches Half Castary Lack Ole. 20cTdt' days. 6:30 P. H.
author born in LauderdaleCo. JA.MKS n. ROBERTS. JR.. to the place of beginning. I Good ,
Tenn. 39 ago. CONSTANCE-; -; ROBERTSEDWARDS.As .. WM. IL JoIALO"E.j 24 Hoar Ambulant Serrlc Tickets R rvatiras aa years ago. I Executors: of the Last Will and j Special Master In Chancery. Lieeaaed Esabiumcr Cash Grocery Desk ....... 71
Testament of James D. Roberts.Sr RAYMOND R.XORD.
Subscribe to The Citizen-20eweekly. JH "eased.' Solicitor for Complainants.jly2431 Pia... 135 Night 696-\\ I 1101 Divuion i St. Pbo. 29 3. H COSTAR
I At
,Dr. Arthur T. McConuack of: aug4-i-s; septi ; g7li .t.