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 22, 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. 200.

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Greater Stress Would Be Laid LOCAL ROTES MR. ERNEST HEMINGWAY Politics With A Sense Of Humor; Will Rogers

L On "See America First" In ARE HEARD, IN (JOHN O'LONDON'S_ WEEKLY) ., ,' il Made Persons At Themselves I

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Mr. Ernest Hemingway tion of very short sentences gives; ..
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Measure Pending In Congress ed the attention of captur-I the illusion of drama to dialogue. c

SEVERAL MEMBERS GIVE ACCOUNT book ers about of short seven stories years"Men ago This was.. a method" used 'in' }jthi HEFUN TO GIVE 1 ARRANGE PLANS Refused To Take HimselfOr

SJ VACATIONS "Dolly Dialogues, by Anthony

Millions Spent By Res!-I rmmm SPENT OUT OF CITY; the out stage work Women.a scene of a writer skillfully It was who obviously and could who;Hope no less, and effectively Mr. Hemingway for his uses own it ADDRESS FRIDAY FOR YOUTHS TO Anyone Else Seriously

.4 dents Of U. S. Abroad'CITIZEN LOST ADRECOVERS ARTICLE OTHER MATTERS HEARD showed language.individuality He could in use the use cheap of passage purposes.from Take"Fifty, for Grand"-example a NIGHT AT PARK I OPERATE CITY In Matters Of Political -

Cause Of Much Talk In | Americanisms with the deliberation Hogan brought in. quart of I II NatureBy
The regular luncheon of the | of a craftsman and he usually I
Mrs. Sidney
Happiness for I
I Club was held today at the,I achieved the effects -
resulted todayfrom Rotary
Thompson I' I
WashingtonBy "Want ale!
E. Russell '!or comic. at which be aimed. some ginger JACK STINNETT
Melvin -
in hour
a lost advertisement noon BE HEARD ON SUBJECT PATROL WILL RULE
"What do think I want to OFI
The Citizen ,.eaterd.,. A president of the organization -,i It seemed unlikely that anyone t tI "you (Associated Press Staff Writer)
the 'would be able to write a moving do, get sick! LOANS AD
presiding. Several of IN HOUSING : CITY COUNTY AND WPA
A beautiful breastpin ,
HERBERT 'PLUMMER told members including Sebastian Ca-I I story about a bull-fight in which "I just asked you" said Hogan. 1 Will Rogers gave politic; asense
with an amethyst setting was them- "Have drink?" said Jack. MINISTRATION FOR AN HOUR SATURDAY
) a
Jr. Rev. James Day He -
the recovered article.It brera I of hamor. taught politician
Tb. I American "No, thanks said lIe I
WASHINGTON Aug. 22.- the sentimental Andrew Miller gave talks dealing ; selves in the prose of an Hogan.
was film but Mr. Hemingway went out"How themselves.He .
vacations :i gangster to laugh at
and |with their summer
familiar phrase "Set America value attached to the pin that induced which were spent out of the city. has done this in "The Undefeated about it, Jerry?" Residents of Key West wil I j Members of the Key West Junior -
its intrinsic value !
not the
with which "I'll have with I said. catered political stage
First" promise to take on a new Mr. Thompson to place All of the addresses proved to be, the story one you hear tomorrow night 8 o'clock at t Patrol will rule the city county -
Jack of
out couple
"Men Without Women" opens. poured a
the in The Citizen he interesting and were greatly the mos and WPA administration for throagh the side-door of public
ad very drinks. Bayview Park one of
meaning if legislation-pending- the membership. I The human beings who appear in "Now he said "I wantto i I
.aysjSome enjoyed by I the story are animals on a plane take it slow and easy." famous and outstanding orators of; I 1 one hour Saturday. entertainment bat more than one
luncheon were
Visitors at the :
congress i. enacted. years ago he purchased I scarcely higher than the horses "Put some water in it." I said. the presert period J. Thomas Arrangements have been made
the pia and presented Commander Ralph Spalding guest I politician has attested to the in-
Aronaed by the fact diet 10 it to .is mother. At her deathit of Dr. William R. Warren; Harry: and the bulls that are killed in the I that's"Yes better., Jack" said, 1 guess Heflin ex-United States senator !I by the recreation department of

with the Lighthouse ring; but how Mr. Hemingway Alabama.Mr. ] the Key West Administration to licence Will Rogers exerted
formerly from
million resident of the United was given to Mr. Thomp Curry rouses our interest in the drama I I'I We had a couple of drinks with-

son's wife which explains service in Key West. but of the wounded bull-fighter, his I out saying anything.; Jack started Heflin's visit is for the sol have the reins of the three departments throvgh his pithy writings and

States set foot OB foreign soil ia I how happy she was to recover now located in Fort Worth W., Texas De-I'I courage, his hatred of the mob that j to pour me another. purpose of addressing the people i turned over to officers
of William speeches.
1934 and spent S314.000.000 during it. was meritt a guest superintendent of the dis- jeers at him. his indifference to "No" I said "that's all I want." of the city on the matter of fed.1 selected from the junior patrol
The finder of the pin was if he win back his [ "AH right," Jack said. He I ,.
suffering can poured eral loans to be secured from th from 11 :a. ni5. 12 a.. m. Satur-. When the United State was
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their travels in. other lands, Miss Clarice Fine.RIYAS' trict.Rev. position with the public. i himself out another big shot and
J. B. Culpepper pastor of day.i .
: rut water in it. lie was lightingup Federal Housing Administration knocking on the door of the World
committees of both house and II.I'I.lIIA the First Methodist Church was, e SC : a little. through the First National Bank i I Mann Hcrce will replace M. F..
of Melvin E. Rus.ooeu.1 Mr. Hemingwa/ has a taste! for war. Will Rogers was playing ia
senate hare reported bills to coplt a guest I Ibsen blamed for thebaldness of Key West, with which to con Cilfond as WPA administrator,
of Rev. violence in his srbject-matter. lie was once
while Malcolm Day, son I
CASE WASDUETOBEHEARD I of his dialogue, but Ib struct homes. I Joseph Richardson will show Mayor \ Baltimore.
of his tells in "Death in the
with the ..ituatioa.Tht'y James S. Day was guest us Aftt'r-I I
To make the people home conscious -.
sen's characters: were Ciceros in William II. Malone how he
I noon" that. he went to Spain after
father. President Wilson bad come over
are known a. S. 33 and Rev. and Commander:.! the War especially to study vio- comparison with these. One feels is the object and with this I j thinks the city should be operat-
I I end in view the administration from Washington to see the chow.
if Mr. to ap I ed and Orlando Esquinaldo will
that Hemingway were
H. R. 5844 and provide that a I Spalding also gave interestingtalks lence. The only place hew
pointed Mr. Heflin to visit those the of sheriff for the It Rogers' first experience
describe the end of a party, he j wear badge was
commission be established consisting during the meeting.Mr. I Ir rites,
TODAY sections of the country which hour. "
IN MIAMI of and would fill a page with ejaculationsof ; "kidding a President. Cautiouslyhe
Russell made report could life
of the secretary of atate a "where you see have been in taking ad i
"Good night! "Lovely tardy i Other officers selected from the
party l'I'e51dent'
r the
the recent meeting of the board death-i.e., violent death now that threw a few quips at -
vantage of the offer of the housing -i membership are I. and the secretary of commerce and so forth. repeated over and patrol :
with few other in the box. It at the time of
of directors a the wars were ovt'r-was was
I again. It is of Mr.hemingway's administration and explaining Armayor, city judge/ ; William
to over a proof
who will set .
up an INTERESTED of business nature transacted and v/anted much I I .
: MALONE AND OTHERS matters a bull ring very troubles with Mexico. The government
skill however. that to them the methods of procedureand Kemp police chief; Thurman
do some advertising for the United after which the regular to to Spain. where I could study
go !
I 'I the in which the ArsenioBctancourt was being severely:
LEFT YESTERDAY we do get the illusion of drama easy manner Sands. police captain;
States. songs were rendered. bringing the it. I was tryniff: to learn to write, I criticised for its failure to
the capture
'I from this quick-fire dialogue even loans are to be paid back to city clerk; Jack Lopez:
Both bills are on the calendar AFTERNOON TO BE PRESENT luncheon to a successful close. ommencnig: with the simplest while we have doubts about its government.It I I tax collector; Antonio Betancourt, Villa for unpreparedness of

but due to the press for adjournment PROPOSED SESSION things and one of the simp'sstthings realism and suspect that life is a is confidently anticipated : fire chief; Lila Gomez, city health the army.
AT of all and the most fundamental -
action during the present WOULD OPEN UPI i is violent death. It has I I far richer phrase-maker than i that at least :SOOO; people will beat officer. The President LUlLed

; session is doubtfuL none of the complications of death "realistic" fiction. the park tomorrow night to Una May Brady Elio Blanco "There is some talk of gettinga

l Fewer Cross Atlantic Judge Pa-il Barnes, of the Eleventh NUDIST CAMP IN- by disease! or so-called natural|I I '' hear this forceful and convincing Macy Palenzuela. Silvia Dillon. machine gun if we al borrow
I speaker and those who OJga Machado. Florenft-Pjloa i .>!nd.\ "
S. 33 and II. R. 5844 were ill'- Court in Miami death! or Jhe _death_ of s.fijen&orsomeone I f In "Farewell; to Arena" the 'I' are spo.nsoring' I members. I ens. ROjter. aaii. ,r. -h II -
Judjcja Circuit! his visit are anxious to Virgie Key, council
have they
"The now
tpiid by twtwfacta, -principally: yon have loved or have novel with which Mr. Hemingwayestablishes I 1 rope. one we ;
to hear today the case have quiet while he is delivering George Morris. Hilbnrn Orezo. within
I was TfflSlOCAUTYDIRECTOR using to train our army
1. Department of commerce I hatred, but it is death nevertheless -!I his reputation there is Smith and are
show that in of Everett R. Hivas vs. the City of one of the subjects a man may a considerable amount of this II his message.A f Harry Bravo. Florence: Plattsburg. If we !go to war!,

figures tn __ u.__ 111_._..... ._._, _Ift.._ #AU.ftP ......"Ift..u..... write of.Many I I &hort s*ntl>Tir *liatfion ** arwl it i* number of citizens who willie I Louis Fernandez, county commissioners. we will just have to go to the
J54; nine of every ] 'C n "' .l'u. e. '- '
--I at the park suggest that interested -'a "
sons who went beyond pe"1 1 tion. to the office of captain of1 I OF ORGANIZATION readers may wonder what I unquestionably i interesting even r persons who go to the parkto Ed Nelson, deputy sheriff; trouble of getting another gun.

bound: of the United police from vlk-h: be was removed Mr. Hemingway means when he when its lifelikeness" is most open hear Mr.\ Heflin make'an effort Margaret Taylor county judge; The President was laughing
went no farther*away than EXPECTS TO ARRIVE IN KEY says violent death is "one of the I to suspicion. Mr. Hemingway; has I Zachal clerk circuit heartily.
June 25 by order of Mayor to keep quiet others who Margaret
I "President Wilson is getting
the important gift in an author -
things of all and the very
Canada. simplest
MONTH IN INTEREST I Nellie tax collector
WEST NEXT misbehave court Perez ;
Wm. II. Malone. I show a tendency to and ; along to wMt he was a
able I fine
2. Foreign visitors to the fundamental. A man eating -the gift of beinjr to galvanize now
Andrew Elwood, tax assessor: ;
United States during 1934 On August:; 8 an alternative writ OF MOVEMENT dinner is at least as simple" and'; bin!' characters into the thus; disturb the speaker. 11P- few months ..ago'iJogers'; wenton.
aldano superintendent
Joe )
spent only 94000000. of mandamus vas issued bJ Jrdge certainly as fundamental. A liveliness of life, if not into life [ lic instruction, JuKaft LucigaaVu: ;"!#. yo ,\\r.iIiH., thai

American tourist travel in recent Barnes calling on the mayor and I ploughman at his work is also as i itself. The book too has the interest ARRANGE LABOR juffge-.criminal;court;*Daniel Vargas at,one i>m in I.lour negotiation jiotej j

years has been more toward tity council to restore Mr. Rivasto One of the largest and most !simple and more ndnamental! than of being a very clever clerk criminal court; Efi'i.-1 with Gflrmirty* :: 'lie was ,five
and other nearby coun- organizations in a human being or an animal being er's report on life even if I behmit 1 M I ; '
Canada his position on or before August successful nudist FOR beth Sawyer county attorney;
tries. Fewer have been makingthe 20, or show cause why this the United States writes The Citi- killed in sport. I imagine that Mr. port coloured by temperament writ-I I DAY CIRCUS Roland Keaton. county engineer.!I President Wilson 'almost roared

trip across the Atlantic. It is, should not be do-ic. zen relative to securing approxi- Hemingway uses the word "funda omitting! much that the poets I Officers for the WPA administration with laughter. And Rogers had

argued that these peoplsT might. Tuesday August 20, Mayor Malone mately 220 acres of land in this mental" with only the vaguest reference sages and the simple people JUNIORPATROL I are: Alberta Peterson executive one of his most successful nightson

just as well "see America and mem'tcrs of city council section for the purpose of establishing : to its meaning and that he discovered in century after cen- officer; Celina Betan the stage.

If they are made aware of filed their reply to the mandamus! a modern nudist camp. means little more by it then whatis tury.It. I court, works department executive I His barbs had an underlying

beauties of the Grand first.1 and Judge Barnes set Thursday During the summer months the fascinating: to him as a writer. is a story of love against a Betty Hay Russell, director ,I good sense which made the man
tthe Yosemite and countless August 22, as the date ''fo: hearings colony has a cmap in the north i background of the War on the I public relations; Canfield J I respected as a commentator on

places they might be in the case. and is desirous of having a winter Mr. Wyndham Lewis in "Men Italian border. a love that begins IN PROGRAM OUTLINED Lewin. sanitation; Margaret Ber-,I the changing scene. Never any

f spend their money there. Mayor Malone left yesterday I camp in Florida, preferabfy at or Without Art" applies to Mr. Hem-1 J as little more than animalism, but 'nal, publicity; Dorothy Gomez I I respecter of persons he took delight -
more OF those who
that into something IN OBSERVANCE in poking fun at
France Gets Most afternoon for Miami to present near Key West. ingway Walter Pater's description grows art; Gresolda Garcia. housing:;
Where American tourist spend the city's side of -the eaSe this The director of the camp expect of Prosper Merimee as "the enthusiastic -] enduring till it is overwhelmed by j DAY Hilary Albury finance; GeorgeDel sat jn high places.

their money in European countries morning before Judge Barnes. At :! to arrive in Key West about amateur of rude crude! tragedy. The animal side of man] Pino engineering; Georgina; 'Political\ self-starters" he dub-
offers some interesting cQrn-' tfie- same time Mr. Rivas left. accompanied the middle of September and naked force in men and women fascinates Mr. Hemingway. I Sanchez beautification and Mar bed those who are caught up In a

parisons: t;. by his attorney. State would like to hear from The Citi- wherever it could Le found." He conversation of the officers at the| recreation. I whirlwind of pre-convention enthusiaam. -
of beginning of the book seems like I All the elements of a real cir-I garet Page, and the._ stack.
France still gets the most 'of,, it. Senator; Arthur Gomez. zen relative to the possibility mentions however that there is I I name --
f be- the conversation of wild animals", cus touched u: with a lot of A CloM Friend
difference be- [ H.rley
In 1934. 50 millions of American, securing the required acreage one very important
in Merimee and even towards the end Mr.;! tasy will be included in tbciicus SPEND; I His reporting on that long
dollars were''left in that country.! fore that time. tween the violen.? I VISITORS ;
LACfcOF FUNDS :to be stigtd Labor Day by members -
i whom tho Un- Hemingway seldom misses an opportunity Democratic convention of
draggy :
England is the next most pop: : Several persons to j :snd that in Mr. Hemingway. I
the' of tn Key West JUIU.r Pa-
l of the I to introduce into ] ? 1924 his comments the daily
the of subject was mentioned are like MerimeeV Mr. Hemingway's fiERE made
ular itinerary
country on trol th, Ball Field. VACATION I
the American tourist lie now CAUSE CUT DOWN' I opinion that acreage :at the head of book "scarcely contain a figure i dialogue some reminder that his at : Nary talk of Main Street.
Ti1; human dement !I' being
for animals, whether or not
spends from 18 to 20 million dollars the island would be suitable which is not in some way futile people are "They Nominated EverybodyBut
muchas the camp, and that one of the clown-like. passive. and. aboveall. they have souls. His grossnesses' brought iU) play! considerably! in The Four Horsemen," he
almost half
a year as OF BRIDGE UNIT Kty .oi-n. .wiccIKIir,., .. fliA... result. ,_ of "i.... _n.i providingsrtse of the more ttart-I
to I of that
formerly. j i smaller keys, adjacent purposeless. His world '" ."' uo THREE COME TO KEY WEST titled one of his reports from
eral love of violence love of vio- ling pre ;natations of the circus.and
West would be ideal. men and women (_in violent action session.
ranks third on tbe list.
Italy I merrbeti of the !
to pair already HIGHWAY
lence. Some of them contrary OVER
American certainly) is completely emp- Always after that convention
Germany is picking up. '
"intention have started working on costumes
travelers in the Reich spent; SOME OF HELP WAS DISPENSED ty of will. His puppets are leaves the author's obvious ROUTE he was a welcome guest in any
one-third more dollars in 1934 ]]STAMP MEETING very violently blown hither and help to destroy the illusion of the which will! fchow up most advan- political gathering and in the
the !
He has tageously variety o strange
WITH DUE TO THIS CON reality of his characters.
thither drugged or at least deeply homes of Washington's greatest.
than in 1933. I I FRIDAY NIGHTThere intoxicated; phantoms of a sort yielded too easH; to the modern animals which will be included in ] .One of his closest friends was
Other European countries which DITION.: ACCORDING TO INFORMATION : matter-of-fact shell-shock." His notion that the "unmentionable"things the sideshow or in the two-ring Vacation visitors in,, Key West
attracted more American tourist of of the Victorians are the regular performance it is stated. today are C. B. Eliot, official of Pat Hurley secretary of war under

dollars in 1934 than in 1933 include -I GIVEN OUT I II I characters: are people to wh."ui things that must be mentioned as Some of these "sniniah. include the finance and research divisionof I' President Hoover. And Hurley
"they not tl.r..saho c "off.tberecord"
things happen; are attests that Rogers -
Finland Ireland. Norway 1 I will be a meeting of the connive at th hap emphatically as possible by the an ostrich a girafee an elephant the administration and Mrs. advice filled with
cause or
Sweden Spain Switzerland and!I Key West Philatelic! Society held successors; of the Victorians. and many others. Eliot and Mrs. Won. P. O'Hare was

Greece. I Insufficient funds on hand at on Friday night. Aug. 23. and as penings.This is interesting criticism Things once tabooed are now displayed Exhibits in the sideshows are member of the research divisionof political wisdom.

Mexico and the British West!, this time is given as the reason matters of much importance are and a it very will be difficult; to as treasures. scheduled to include a "fish girl" the federal reserve board all Not SerionslyAl .

Indies also showed increases last]I why a number of employes at the to be handled. a request is made read! future work of Mr. Hemingway's . "bearded girl," "siamese twins"|1 of Washington D. C, Smith and Franklin D.

year. Cuba alone of all nearby I I bridge camps on the keys have for a large attendance. I, any without bearing Mr.Lew' Hemingway a "wild man" and manY' others. Mr. Eliot told The Citizen that Roosevelt were hardly more prom-
writer Mr. -
vacation lands, experienced a!I been laid off recently. There are several new members -I mind. I should How brilliant a The circus: is being planned as I his visit was entirely aside from inent at the 1932 Democratic convention -
criticism in his
drop. It was persistently rumored in to be voted into the society, have that iJ may be seen in Italian account the final event and climax to the his capacity as an official and in Chicago than the cow

i Key West the early part of the the president states. not &/ thought in,"The however Undefeat-, of the retreat of the activities of the junior patrol, that he and Mrs.\ Eliot and Mrs. boy humorist. He was introducedto :
the ll.tighter with
MARRIAGEi week. thst all activities may stop Due to other business taking up II that the]I Army and of the ruthlessness! during the summer. It is expected 'O'Hare had heard so much about! the convention by Eddie Dowl--
ELEVEN ed" lacked purpose or which officers seized at haphazard
today which is the last day of the I so much time at the last meetinc. two boxers in "Fifty Grand" the were"battle police" and to attract a large; crowd as one 'I Key West they decided to spend ing, of the stage. For 15 minutes

present pay period. the Surprise Program was not each of whom f for the sakef by others., It .feature Labor Day activities. a part of their vacation in the I factions forgot their troubles as
I to
LICENSES ISSUED Yesterday it was learned from completed, it is said but will be tried disqualified by I encourage Rogers tossed his "gags" at the
the desci4ption
get be in
I money too. : city.They
reliable sources that there was night'smeeting. may seen.
delightful big-wig
continued at hitting below the belt were men of the American hero's escape ADVISORYADVISOY experienced a biggest of the political

some scarcity of funds at present All dam collectors: are I without. wilLAt\ the same time ly night; no the like into Switzerland -.- I trip over the highway but deplore But just how seriously he took
which made it necessary for some invited to attend the society'smeetings to make the the his nomination was
what the time required talk of
that 9:30 A. IL-The
it must be admitted of the girl
August in the ;
the of company
Inuring 22 days activities be and
: of to stopped 8
held nI.l When
which: are p. the water little later-
ending there have been 11 happens to them against their will whom he loves and for whom his tropical disturbance is central: : trip by ferry over gap exemplified! p
today others to le continued with skele- '
at 1409 ,
marriage licenses issued from theoffil"e every Friday I is what makes them most interesting. love means disastes.Mr. about 300 miles southwest of Bermuda between Lower Matecambe and the Oklahoma delegation
ton forces.: is stated. I No Name Key. What made the its 22 vote to Will Rogers the
1 direction
1I Hemingway is a sensationalist moving in a northerly ,
of Judge Hugh Gunn. an However it was said. it is not I
INJURIES sees in art-a conning contriverof with recurring tendency attended -i trip by water seem unusually long i humorist was asleep.
average of one for each two days. expected that this condition will SUFFERS
As for Mr. Hemingway's methodof 'xeitement: It is in painful excitement by shifting gales over a! to Mr.\ Eliot and his party is the
Issues during the week ending last for any great length of I THROUGH
today were made for the weddings Engineer B. )t Duncan in MASON CITY la.-Miss Mabel getting }his dramatic: effects. he that the! story ends-in a wide area and by winds of hdrri-i fact that the ferry went directfrom ] READS BIBLE

of: Alexander Gardner and charge of the work. was. to leave Christianson of this city over- has a habit_of making his characters picture of a woman in the pangsof cane force over considerable area : }fat<
Violet B. Jones; Lewis Pierce and the latter -,,art of thi sweek for turned her car trying to dodge a talk in short sentences. swiftas childbirth and of her death after near center. Indications are that I Today the visitors are seeing I YONKERS. this city, read

Rowelda Albury; William H. Jacksonville and Tallahassee for, dog and had to have five stitches a boxer's blows. They talk like an operation. Here I think the the center will pass near and to I the city enjoying the bathing and l Woodward, 78. of 18 days
down who less than bat would have been more tragicif the west of Bermuda during the' this evening will decide whetheror the Bible through in
Kemp and Sofia Bancells; Chester the purpose of asking that fundsbe taken in her leg. The dog sat people are scene I hours each
O. DeVolId and Candida Rosa made available: for continuanceof to scratch a flea after running half articulate, but. as many writers the author had been less "real- next 24 to 36 boors. Caution ad- not they shall prolong their I reading from 12 to 14

Marquez. the work. block. have discovered, a quick alterna (Continued oh Page Four) vised vessels in path. stay. day.

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_""Except Sunday By I I 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS l TODAY'S WEATHERTemperatures ]
'1" ": (tlTIZK:: i PI Iis.IS111CO! amazing order in connection with DAYS GONE BY |
P. AKTMA&. Pr.... .t
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,JOE ALLEN' AMUIaat B..I. .. ManagerFrom spending American taxpayers' money to L By. Don Harold ,
Happening Just 10 Years'j
StreiUt t
Greens The Citizen and Ann BuildingCower Streets make jobs for foreign labor is pointed out j Ago Today A. Taken; From I Highest ... ..<.... ... 50 I Gentle Jacksonville to moderate to Florida variable winds, ",
Only Dally Newspaper la Key West and :Monroe:\ by the'Atlanta Georgian in a recent edi- I The Files Of The Citizen ,i I Lowest : ::::: :: .: :.: .u::79 i: mostly north or northwest and

County. 1 torial, which says: i |II I, I I Mean ...___ ________.....__.._.._.........8-1 I partly overcast weather tonightand
Entered at Ivey' KII-TV.SIXTH W es _F1orlda. a.l: EAR second class matter_ "An obscure joker in P.ublic Works j 1 According to the official list of Teen
The Associated JI..r Press., $Is;exclusively.Ml.... Pn-ee entitled to use Administration provisions has come to | States master army sergeants recently in the issued United, the & that red li'ht Yesterday's Precipitation T.In.1 j East. Cult winds: Gentle and partly to mode.atevariable overcast

for repnbllcatlon of all news dispatches credited and also to light. The joker is an order. signed by a i name 0: Edgar! C. Athey who is! past ; t Normal Precipitation .. !!. weather tonight; and Friday possibly
It or not otbtrwis..redlted In this paper TbU rrevrd raver :>>-.>Mr **rl.J|,
_the local news published here.IVUVJ'.l deputy administrator, that purchases of well known in Key West holds rBdinK at f. .'.._.. thin w.raiag.Tomorrow' j. !scattered shower!
i tfcCtjijjosition.. Sergeant and the I
Athey pop 0I Almaaacun I
steel and all other materials used in works-
VS. / EDITORIAL) !married! in Key West. Mrs. Athey rises .. u ,,___'m' 6:04 a. m.i WEATHER CONDITIONSThe
;i;; 1,1 ASSOCIATION, construction must be made from foreign !wa'.*. be/oig; marriage Mlsss Violet didrit Sun sets h. m.. 6:55 p.
: <=/y 1935 countries if the amount involved is $10-' Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moon rises! ..._.... ..... 19 a. m'l tropical disturbance was

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '. 000 or more and the foreign price is 15 'James, Russell. I Moon sets __.._.___.. 3:22 p. central this morning about 300
One Tear :. :::.::-==110.00: j' I i me Tomorrows Tides .''miles Bermuda
Six : b'm: ::: ::: BOO i cent less than the domestic price." see cjf t I southwest of mov.
Three Months ISO per I Yesterady afternoon a special J A.M. P.M. It
One Month__.___.___._._._, _...._. ._._ .85..20ADVERTISING I, It seems incredible that such an order I train was made up in the yards',. ,I Low ......__........ ..:5-& 7:16 is ing attended in a northerly by shifting direction galeover
Weekly ------- -
tol' the Florida East Coast Railway Low ... .. .. 12:40 i:
RATES should be allowed to stand, but it does l mn.+ ''a wide area and ly winds of hue
Mad known on appUcation. at Key West and dispatched to the I I 10:49 ricane force over z consideraMs; '
-- stand as this is written. It means that the
SPECIAL NOTICE I scene of the wrecked passenger II Barometer 8 a. m. today 'area near renter. InJicaUun.' are .
All reading notice, cards of thanks resolutions of jobs this work-relief money was supposedto train at Cudjoes. Passengers on I I i '! Sea level 29.92.WEATHER and
hat the center will near
respect obituary notices eta, will b charged for at 1: pass!!
tM rate of 10 cents a line. create for American labor will be in Train 37 and their baggage were II I.I the west of Bermuda during the.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha transferred from the incoming I FORECAST
revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. part diverted to the employment of foreign train to the spencial and brought uvn : I II i I, next 24 to 3fi" hours.:
forum and Invites discussion I ,
The Citizen Is an open .'I Showers and thunderstorm have
of public Issues and subjects of local or general labor. I to Key West. The wrecking w (Till 8 p. m- Friday) \:! in the Atlan-
Interest but It will not publish communl- i I West and Vicinity Partly t been quite general
anonymous Key : ;i
I If carried to its logical conclusion worked all night and at 3 o'clock tie and Gulf States and lower Mi.-
.. I Ile I
this morning. Train 86, due to -. .if, i sis!'>ippi Valley during the last 24
such a policy would cause American war- I
Those Miami tax certificate chiselers have left last evening was im- We pay people to pass safety laws Yet in spite of this we are inclinedto ':"l I hours, being heavy at Jackson
: 1 I
take it. ships to be built in foreign shipyards, and I medi9tely dispatched on the trip and we pay people to enforce these cheat hen we can. .__ I ville. Fla., 1.50 inches. Thunderstorms -
certainly can the placing of orders for a wide range of to New York. laws, and then we think it's cute to Shame on us! ;\; {ar-- } also occurred' in eastern
J I break them. A safety regulation is something Ii
government supplies with other countries, Frank H. Levering who has We think it's smart if we can "put should lean over backward. to observe le\y1\ Iowa. in
One must go down into the lower something over." Or, once we have honor bound even when nobody is I Temperatures have risen
lower in the
where much than written articles in favor : $
wages are many 0 L i South Dakota and fallen 10 to 12i
broken a safety law, we probably brag looking. We ought to thank a police- \
brackets in Miami to find an honest man. ,
United States. Key West and! has long been a that we know a fellow who knows a man who gives us a ticket for a traffic 1? i degrees in the Ohio Valley and the
consistent )booster of the Island fellow who can"fix it." violation. Sometimes aren't entirelyto 1 s-lt{ r' %t tL | interior of the New England:
Congress has provided a $4,800,000- City, has made good profit on his: Shame on us! blame but we'll all have to admit I! States while elsewhere east of the
Look the lights'when they are And the funny of it is,that that idea of traffic !' ;
upon 000 work-relief fund for the avowed pur- investments. In the spring of part most the general regulations a11, Rockies changes have been gener-
red, and ,not upon the wine. These injunctions 1923. while visiting here he safety are fundamentally popular u great. Partly Cloudy I'
pose of furnishing employment to Amer- laws. They're OUR laws They're And .e're all anxious to cut down sly slight.
be followed with safety. bought Mime lots on Stock Island about the only laws that ALL of us the rising toil of motor car accidents in G S. KENNEDY.
may ican citizens. That any of this money, ;cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle
through Johnson and Johnson and really America which according to The I Officer in Chargev;
,. which must eventually be wrung from the this firm today sold them. The We want them for the protection of Travelers Insurance Company was ; variable winds.
ourselves and of children. We want killed and last Florida: Partly cloudy, probably
our 36,000 954,000 injured
Solomon said: "A: good wife is from pockets of American taxpayers, should be original price was $2,000. The sale traffic officers.and traffic lights and year. It's even likely to be worse this showers in north portion tonight, Subscribe to The Citizen--20eweekly.
the Lord;" and took it '{or. granted we sent out of the United States to make jobs price was 20000._ :! traffic regulations because li would year. and Friday. .
be dangerous without them. I lust think nf that!
might easily where the other kind for labor would be outrage. ... -
guess foreign an Mollie Collins daughter -- .--'- _. -- -- -

comes from. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of ....................... ........................ I.
Key West now residents of:
JAPANESE PROTESTS FANTASTICNot Tampa and Fred Shaffer were; Today's Horoscope : Today In History I.I

Live so that after your death your married Sunday A'ugust 9, in'4....................... ........................ I We will be pleased to have you consult us about
tombstone may be inscribed with these long ago the State Department Tampa.: The wedding date had
been set for August 18, and when Today gives a kind and benevo- 1787-John Fitch: demonstratedhis how you can
laconic'words: "Here; lies an Honest Man. expressed its regret to Japan after that lent nature, generally loving peace, ,
the guests; asembled on that date steamboat-had 12 paddles
He paid his Taxes." : nation protested a cartoon in a magazine the couple announced that the, with much quiet ability. The na- fix to a side operated by steam!

published in this country. Subsequently, 'wedding had been solemnized nine tive will gain the friendship of his I ower-on the Delaware River at
II days previous. Following the announcement fellows and a moderate degree: of Philadelphia, in presence of Con- Build Buy or
sensibilities riled the
Key West was the first port for for- Japanese were by a celebration was fortune without making a mark- stitutional Convention then assembled ,
We caricature of the Mikado in edly high place in the world.
plane con-
eign air passengers. lead the reported held with members of the family I II there.
way, then surrender to Miami, which is nection with some event in the West. and intimate friends present. I|, There success are in,this however degree, the, with germs slight of Refinance 'Your Homeor

The of Japan if repeated and I 179R-French Army of about
now the nation's largest air port. protest : assistance. I
The new structures for the 1.000. the socalled Humbert's Invasion
reiterated, becomes foolish. The govern- I
Northwest Channel entrance in
landed Ireland to help
and Miss Dora After
An executive who advertised for a ment of the United States has no censorship range rear light and the Northwest the games a delectable Gale second.iced course Irish Rebellion-soon captured by repair or modernize any type of

the people of this coun- Channel turn range rear English: and sent back to France. ;
stenographer says the first applicant was over press or was served. Present were: :Misses\ building on insured creditThe

too inexperienced. When he told her to try, and they may be expected to express 1 1'pht were completed commission yesterday last! Pauline and Wilma Burrus, Dora ,
and placed in
1826-Capt. Jedediah Smith of
sit down she looked around for a chair. themselves without regard to the national night. The structure are wrought: Cale, Edith Hilton Mrs. Ray Na-II' the Rocky Mt. .Fur Co., with 16
varro and JUrs. Carl Lopez.
sensibility existing in Japan, or for that iron, and are so designed that companions:, left Ogden Utah, on First National Bank of Key \West

One can decrease his chances of accident matter, Mexico, Germany, Italy and other they will withstand any of the The many friends of Miss MacieI first: overland expedition to Pa
storms which occasionally visit Wells and Charles Baker are invited cific-arrested by Spaniards at
in driving by allowing the car to I sections.It these waters. The towers are sur-I I to attend their wedding to San Diego. Approved Mortgage Under the

rest between the hours of 5 to 7 p. m., foi seems to us that the Japanese havea mounted by lanterns which are be celebrated! on the evening of I

:... .'those hours have been found to be the farfetched idea of holiness in regard to equipped with the most modern August 25 at Fleming Street 1851-"America" of the N. Y.
I illuminating apparatus obtainable. Methodist church. No invitationshave Yacht Club won "Squtdron Cup"at FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATIONBUILDERS'
most dangerous.The the Mikado, and that their effort to pre-
been sent out except to out international regatta, Cowe,
vent other people from expressing their Editorial comment: The women of the city friends and relatives. Eng'anl.! i J

Times-Union cautions not to get non-conformance is fantastic. are said to be bringing; a high Following the wedding there will -- _. --- -
purpose into the political be a reception' at the home of the
_ Ethiopia mixed up with Utopia. But that. However, it would seem unnecessaryfor camnaign but the men are still bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ioss" ',1111;

:; is what Mussolini expects to realize I people this country to indiscriminately handling the campaign funds. James Wells at C23 William ........................................................ ...............

eventually by vanquishing the "Conquering trample upon Japanese veneration for Miss Neva Hall was yesterday street.E.! ..

Lion of :Judah." their ruler or to wantonly ridicule the seri hostess to her Mah Jong club in H. Dutcher, president of

ous shibboleths of other nations. her apartments on Simonton The Morning Call who has been

- On account of the high price of pork, Certainly, one does not intentionally strt't'tYht'n the scores were spending several days in Key SUPPLIES; 1 1I
counted it was found that Miss West on business left yesterdayfor
ham sandwiches are, becoming attenuatedto offend a friend, irrespective of legal rights. Pauline Burrus won first prize his home in M. ami. i r

an alarming degree, and our hamburgers -
: are beginning to look and taste sus- MILLIONS, FOR SPORTSThe

: piciously, doggonit. I ;
.. Long Leaf
American people will enjoy the .

.: The Citizen is in receipt of an offer benefit of more than $100,000,000 for i ,' : Yellow Sherwin : _

: from a nudist colony to locate here., The parks, playgrounds, golf courses, baseball | MORE COLD I Pine andCypress .

: head of the island offers an exceptional fields, tennis courts and other sport pro- : WilliamsPaint i

: site or is it sight. The;colony; could be enclosed I jects.

I with a high fence havingan:- :: ample Allotments for Key West have been I I0 i; u lowu and i q

* rumber of knot holes, of co rse.J recently authorized by the government.It WITH 40% LESS CURRENT / BrushesDisston .

4 is estimated that the Works Prog- : : $22.00 : 0 0j

. Key Westers as a ruledo not broad ress Administration will allot that much I = a M. :

cast their winnings in the Havana lottery; money during the remainder of .this year .

: they know if they do, the government will for the construction of such projects. I : a

- confiscate about a third of the money in Swimming pools get the greater part of the : : HAMMERS35c

income tax. Oh, no, the government division of this money followed by parks, t J o

: doesn't: care if it is ill-gotten or tainted and playgrounds. These are followed, although 4 fi

money; it is perfectly willing to take a with less money, by athletic fields I Saws

.. share of the swag.Manybwriters. and golf courses. ; up :
The expenditure of this money, which '

including Arthur Brisbane : will provide for the athletic diversion of' I = i

apparently justify the campaign of millions of citizens, should improve the S i

aggression by Italy of Ethiopia on the physical health of many Americans. :

.. ground that France did not worry about Money spent like this cannot be consideredas f fi i Just Received a Carload of Carey's 0

the rights of the Algerians, nor did Eng- having been altogether wasted.

land concern herself about the rights of G-E TOP MONITOR MODELS 137fGENERAL $9e Simplex Roofing $1.40 per roll and up
.. the Boers, Zulus and others. But former BUSINESS IS IMPROVING r '
wrongs do not make present rights, and I -- : -

- the attitude of the nations has undergone I Most\ business charts show an im:' : 'd iBe sure to look over our complete line of Masonite Prestwood. It .is

a change because there is greater solid- provement in business recently and fore-' |p ELECTRIC
: ideal for floors walls and ceifeg i z
arity. I cast an even greater gain during the Fall. ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATORS f : ,

- I This is particularly interesting in the lightof

"* Major B. F. Waite, of Johnson City, statements made after the Supreme Now you can hare bigger sating than ever with i '

New York, 91-year-old Civil War veteran Court threw out N. I. R. A. General Hugh a new General Electric.Refrigerator. New General
Electric Refrigerators use 4O%less current and redouble
" is starting all over again in the printing' S. Johnson and Donald R. Richberg shouted the cold producing capacity of 1930 models.

and publishing business. "I am young," from the housetops that chaos would come j
All-Meel.cabinets with all modern convenience South Florida & Co.
- he says, "vigorous, and able to set type, in industry without Government control. features. "Ageless sealed-ia-steel l necba ism Contracting Engineering

run a linotype, kick a press, or run one fed But industrial leaders pointed out that _that requires no ane.tioa-DoC for even oiliog.* .
Protection !
Yean Performance only
9 ai
- by power on any sort of work that comes business had gone ahead for 150 years i t year on Mooicor Top flatop and liftop models I 2 Phone 598 White.and Eliza Streets '

into the shop." This puts to shame men without Washington bureaucratic regula- i I : :

who have barely reached 40 and are slowing tion and there was no reason to expect i "Your home is worthy of the best" .:
West Electric Co. '
: down. It is needless to state this youth the demise of NRA to injure recovery. The Key I
: of 91 lived a normal life and did not indulge The recent economic advances are the J ...............................................................*...._
I ,
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,. marry th LourU. flu eonientmd a
:::aU"fJ ry' fc.- every day T" \ ............... .........1 I 1809-Albert
rattM d/berg afclared that Rex Moore was trembling with ; WILL BE HELD BEFORE BENEFIT I Brisbane social
M.rwiM M will rain tk.eanar.f LOST reformer, one of the more interesting .
rage and revolt He could hardly
Law.oon keep his hands off that Inscrutable I TO BE PLAYED |1I 1 I of the group of intellectual:
(*o' key *av UIot0e4 frtetal- I i ,
..t.*....0 t 0 *ep.ra C___ low Lauri smiling' face. He controlled himself i _/ v 9 AT PARK i LOST-Tuesday afternoon on American Socialists of the 19th
to net Rt* b9 accident and hat with a mighty effort Laurie had I i Boulevard billfold with ca!'hand I century, father of the columnist
kim that aka ie to 41- I
told ntarrv
and chosen. There was nothing to be I check Finder call editor. born at Batavia \. Y.
berp. Resa horrified aapfeite4 -- -- ---' 1 (By JOVE) I
wttfc Laurie a* tcett. done. I I phone .454 Reward. aug21.2t Died in Richmond Va., MaI.
On Tuesday night the Busy ,
"Another drink }Moore! said Albery. I DETROIT 1890.
Chapter 38 taking his glass and filling It. DQWNSBOSTON DIAMONDBALL I Bees will play the Lopez Funeral I I FOR RENT .1[ _

This time Hex swallowed it at a I I Home ten for the benefit of Cyril
gulp] He must get away or something TWICE\ INDOUBLEHEADER!i i. FRIDAY NIGHT DEFEATS FUNERAL Griffin, whose wife will be buried :' I 1817-John B. Cough. dramatic .
by no means safe yet." said would happen. j jI j ;: FOR RE\,TT-Extra large furnished -. and effective: temperance orator

Rex: Moore to Mark Albery. discussing 'II be getting along he said. -I I M I this afternoon. i'1 apartment five rooms and j' a national figure in hi. dav
Before the gets underwayIo ;
TO 9 game born in
England Died
the new fuel,a couple of days want to be up early." HOMERUO will be held to determine'who bath. Location opposite the' neat
"Good-night, my dear boyAI! BUSY BEES AND LOPEZ AGGREGATiONS race Lighthouse! Apply :J25 Whitehead -]!'Philadelphia, Feb. 18, 1886.
later. "It was just luck that we escaped : I is the fastest man circling the :
bery went to the door and opened ; j street. augl6-Ct
yesterday. I only landed In ,. WILL BE ba-s**. Two players from each
1C All was darkness outside. "How ST. LOUIS BROWNS AND NEW I FIRST GAME OF SENIOR LOOP' club in the league will compete. I I 1817-Emily C. Judson' ("Fan I
the nick of time and bang went the careless they've forgotten and i 3E.EN:: IN ACTION *
It will also be determined be- i I EUNGALOW FOR RENT Mod ny Forrester" ), noted popular
engine." switched off! the lights downstairs! YORK YANKEES DIVIDE I AT BAYVIEW PARK LAST r
(conveniences and writer and born at
:- fore the Tuesday night the 1 ern garages. missionary
Yon wouldn't. try It for a longer he lighting said. There In the were buildings.several systemsof In case TWIN BILL; GIANTS AND I i I EVENING PROVED TO BE player who game can thrown' the ball I' Apply Valdes BaVcry. Eaton, N. Y. Died at Hamilton

flight '. :lugSImoI X. Y., June 1, 1854.1831Samuel .
of fire. "I'm staying on for a bit. Can (By JOVE) the greatest distance from home
"Not In Its present state." you find your way?" CARDS WIN f. The next game in the Senior' VERY INTERESTING, plate to center field. I FURNISHED APARTMENT

"It's It would Diamondball League will be played Players who have consented to mod-I P.
a pity. make such a "Yes. thanks. Ill walk along the ern conveniences, C28 Langley, in-
sensation. I think yon had better corridor and go down the staircase ) i Friday night. enter these contests so far are: Gaitf Barber Shop. ternationally-known scientist in
off the Pacific until at the other.end. The door Is always (51'1.1 e. The CUi..) j i The Busy Bees will tackle the (By JOVE) Baker, Albury. Acevedo, Bethel. : aug6 the field of solar radiation, Smithsonian .
put flight we get .
open." That was the way he was In NEW YORK, Aug. 22.The Lopez Funeral Home ten. The I The newly-formed club defeated Joe Hale and H. Gates. i| BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Institution secretary: pioneer
It right. It would make inch a huge the habit of reaching his bungalowfrom ; Bakery men will have chance togo j Mr. Brantley, of the
Detroit Tigers took both ofa a the old diamondbalwinningLopez sponsor Hour, Day or Week. Repairall experimentalist with flying
difference: to us both-almost halve Albery's office. It was only a games ahead of the Embalmers as the'i 1 Funeral Home outfit last Busy Bee team. is also donating, makes and paint them with machines, born in Boston. Died

your time. few hundred yards from the door.of doubleheader from Boston, and latter ten lost to the Bermuda { a. large cake to the wniner of the i I j Nu-EnameL We carry a full I Feb. 27, 1906.
Rex: Moore looked gloomy. the big building. '! Bakery last night If the Bees !I I, night at Bayview Park in the first game I supply of parts. Agent for the,

"I'm not at all sure that it's ever Albery went back into his office went back to a seven-game lead in win they will be thrown into a tie j II IIi /I game; of the Senior League's new Ward will be pitted against the Kollfast and Dayton Bicycles. )

going to be any good. be said. "It's and shut the door. the American League. i with the Bermuda gang. j i schedule. great "Cigarette Willie" Gates And sell them as low AS $5.00 II I 1844-George W. De Long, naval -
too tricky-anyhow.BO far.You can'tbegin Rex I ] commander, explorer of the
Moore hesitated for a moment
j The fracas tomorrow night will ; The victory of the Bermuda and Ingraham and )t. Acevedo will down and $1.00 per week. We+'
to tell the speed at which it Arctic born New York
when he found himself In complete in City
The Yankees and the Browns start immediately after the speech |! be I
Sell all makes of used
becomes Testerday.when Bakery ten over the Embalmers ; Buy and I his
dangerous. darkness: but he.could find bis way Perished with party in Siberia,
divided a of lopsided by ex-Senator Thomas Heflm. |i' Phone 276. J. R.
the first explosion: happened I was along the corridor blindfolded. He pair games : was a surprise to the fans and Bicycles. : Oct. 30, 1881.

making much less than usual, owingto was terribly tired. The scene with the New Yorkers winning the 'tackle Monday the night Bermuda the Firemen Bakery out will j I: even to the Bakery boys them- LEAGUE STANDINGS 1 Stowers company. 515 Duval I

the wind. What can you do about Albery .had upset him. There was a opener. Lou Gehrig belted out a fit and Wednesday night the Bermuda selves. street aug9 1848-Melville E. Stone Chicago
i :
thatr"Get loud buzzing In his bead. Why had .
home run in each game to bring will meet the I newspaper publisher, one of
Gerard to go on with his experiments he had those two drinks aggregation In the ninth frame the Bermuda AMERICAN LEAGUE PAINTING I
his season's! total to 21. I I the founders of the Associated
my dear fellow. lIe hurried along. lIe would be Busy Bees. aggregation were trailing, 9 to 7.I Club- W. L. Pct .
"Ton don't want to risk lives MrAlberyr glad io get to bed. Shutout pitching by Lloyd, | On Friday night the Lopez Funeral I .637 GOOD PAINTING calls for a Press born at Hudson IlL Diedin
I In their turn at bat. A. Castro Detroit ...........nh. 72 41 New York Feb. 15 1929.
Brown the Cleveland Indiana ,
And. suddenly, the solid ground gave i Home gang will play the Fire- i .577 i combination of skilled< workmanship -
New York ...___....... 6-1 47
doubled bad
a 3 to 0 victory over Philadelphiain men's went to third on a 1
"Of not We must have under him. The floor of team. 'II and reliable materials. We
course patience gave way Chicago ..._.._ ,,, 57 53 .518 ;
and take every precaution as the corridor was not there. He the second game of their twin : The above games are the next throw in by Sawyer and scored on Cleveland "'_ _'"_ 59 55 .518 employ both. Ask< for an estimate 1862-Claude A. Debn!sy! .

we always have done.And you're not stepped Into a black abyss, with the bill, after the Athletics had won i( four of the Senior League/ sched-j i an infield out. C. Garcia fanned, Boston ...,'..... 59 56 .513 Clifford Kerr, contractor French composer, born. Died

one to talk about risks. Moore! sickening feeling of falling into the first. ale.I j i j and with two outs they started Philadelphia .. ... 49 60150 512 Wi'l'am' ; street.., Key i I! March 26. '1918.1875Henry.
"I should hate to put off the Pa. space. Washington battered three Chi I .421 i West, Fla., hone 684-R. '
; i things a R. Gonzalez; Washington _...__.. 44 68 !
: popping.
cifio flight" said the airman cago pitchers to win the opening i
ungra- I .3M S augl7-tf Suzzalo, Univ of
STARS WIN TWICE I Louis ..._. 41 71
ciously. IN THE act of falling Into space. game of the series 13 to 7. walked. G. Acevedo singled to second -I t. ==- I Washington president president

"Well think it over.Have a drink. Rex Moore found himself thinking I Hal! Schumacher exercised hi [i' and on a wild pitch both runners NATIONAL LEAGUE PIANO TUNING or the Carnegie Foundation for

Moore! Ton must be tired out. I -This means death! And In tame "jinx" at the expense of th: IN DIAMONDBALL '' ; were aavanced. Kerr threw Club- W. 1. PeL I the! Adv of Teaching, born at San
asked you to come up to me so late, the same flash he saw himself Jerking Reds and beat them 3 to 0. M Mt i
I Mi to third to eaten? Gonzalez, but the New York ..._.... .... 73 41 ..640St. 'PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo Jose Cal. Died Sept 25. 1933.
\ I
because I was so anxious to know Laurie back by her coat collar With his mates pounding out !
i ball got away from Albury. Gonzalez Louis ..._.._....... 69 43 .616 reno. Excellent piano for sale
what yon really felt about It. not when she had nearly fallen out of
19 Dean beat the
I hits Dizzy j STOWERS !I scored and: Acevedo took a Chicago .... 72 48 .600 cheap. 1018 Division street.
having seen yon yesterday"Albery the train at Liverpool station. Braves the Car i .h.h. I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
13 to 3, to give chance and was safe at the plate ...... 6-1 55 .538 jly25-lm
got up and went to a table And with that memory, came sadden ,I' I i Pittsburgh! ........
series three to
under a high window and poured out power and inspiration.: dinals the games TEAMS IN GAMES YESTERDAY i the winning: run. Brooklyn ..._.._.._._ 54 60 .47" ;a I HOTELIn

one. Leader at bit was Gonzalez ..._..... 51 65 .4t0 ROOMS
a whisky and soda for Rex: Moore.It With a desperate effort! as of a Ii!! Philadelphia
was an unusual kind of room drowning man. he lifted his arms George Earnshaw helped the with three singles! in five tries. A. Cincinnati ..._.._..... 49 t.9 .415 the Center of the Business

this office of his in one of the great and flung his body sideways and it Dodgers continue their bid for a L'I Lunn hit a single in his only time Boston! ..._......_.._.._ 32 83 .278 "TIlE 3IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled and Theater District
place: in the National loop's first I at bat. : in and location,
buildings of the Gretton Airplane hit something solid. Half stunned, price :
Factory. It was high up on a glass- but with the strength of mortal division as he pitched them to a i 1 (By JOVE) Blondy Roberts pitched a good Acevedo and C. Lnnn also played running water. 128 N. E. 4th' First Cla._Fireproof-

enclosed corridor that ran along one necessity he managed to get a gripon I 5 to 0 victory over the fourth-' The Bayview Park Stars won a!{I game! in his first appearance ,,3 good game. street, Miami, Fla. jly26-lmoxj iI i a 1 ScniibU Rate

side of an enormous hangar, about a thick plank, and. with a mighty place Pittsburgh Pirates. :doubleheader :csterday in the against Senior League clubs. Score b; inning: R. II E. i I'
sixty feet above the ground. One heave to. hoist himself up and to I The Phillies and the Chicago i,'Junior Diamondball League. I I For the Bermuda boys, Acevedo, I' Lopez .. 400 020 030- 13 2 FOR SALE I. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

reached it by a spiral staircase. crawl spread-eagled, several yards Cubs divided a doubleheader, the i In the lint came they defeated j r Barcelo and Alionso hit two safe I Bakery 211 030 003-10 10 6

Underneath was nothing but the away from the open pit that had Phils taking the opener. III I the Cubs 7 to 4. Batteries in this,: ly in four trips to the plate. I Batteries: A. L-nn. C. Gates and CORNER LOT, with two houses.I II Garag Elevator

huge space where the new planes awaited him In the blackness of the The summaries follow: i contest! were Richardson and ; In the field, Alfonso! made some Kerr Roberts, G Garcia. and A. Reasonable. 1209 Pearl I Popular Prices

were housed. The room was small night AMERICAN LEAGUE '1 ney for the Cubs and StiCk.j I wonderful catches: for the Bakers.I I Castro. : 8treet.1( : i

and furnished as a luxurious: office, He did net know that he cried out. First Game I Nelson for the Stars. .
and Albery spent a great deal of his but he must: have done so. for the 1 n A* Detroit .1?_ TT. W_ Tn the eonnnfl game they defeat.- I Iedthst I -

time In It. door of Albery's office opened in the Boston _.._.._._............... 143, ;; Park ten; i-to 1. :II!

He always liked to be on the spot,. distance and Albery's figure became Detroit ..............._...-.._... 491 Batteries were Tynes and Eve'lio
and often sat here reading and work. visible in a thin beam of light. Batteries O'Mueller and R.t" for the Parkers and Lowe and Nel- -.

Ing far Into the night his restless, Moore could see but he could not Ferrell; Crowder and Hayworth. I sno for the Stars. .
imaginative brain engaged on that hear for a few seconds. His heart was Score by innings in the first \ \ FfRMS.

entrancing vision of controlling the beating in his ears louder than any Second Cane I Ii ;: game R. H. E. I
entire of the world.It engine."Is .
airways i At Detroit R. II. E. '!I r Cubs ...... 010 000 030-4 8 2
was after eleven o'clock. Rex anything the matter? Albery
Boston ...... .. 2 11 1 i Stars m_. 103 110 Olx-7 12 2
"Is Moore
Moore had Just come back from shouted. that you ? Did --- '

town where he had spent the day you call?" Detroit _........ ..........-.-. 3 6.0

seeing transport to of his his passports plane to and South the the And corridor.Albery began to walk along Auker BatteriesWelch: and Hayworth.; and Berg; II' game Score: by innings in the R.second H. E. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them ,.

..... 000 100 000-1 6 3i
America from whence he was this Then Rex Moore found his voice."For I II i '
I ..... 010 101 40X-7 12 1
1 i Stars
time to start on the Pacific flight He God's sake keep back! he First Game |I i -

had found a message at the bungalow cried sharply. "There's a hole here.I At St. Louis R. II. E.

asking him to go to Albery's nearly went through. Some of the New York _......_.__.........14 16 21 I i Standing of the cluls-

office as soon as he came back. boards are gone." St. Louis _........._....._... 2 8 li 1,| Club- W. L. Pet. JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES THIS SPACE
Albery gave vent to a shocked ex- Stowers Park ........___. 6 2 .750

DID not want a drink, as he clamation. Batteries: fluffing and Dickey; ;' Cuba ......._. ................ 5 3 .6251 You'll find out how

HE had had very little food all day "Are yon all right? Walt a min 1 Heath.Walkup, Thomas, Coffman and:" Bayview Stars .........n. 4 4 ..500TODAY'S I it is when you try FLORAL PIECES A
ute! Don't I'll down and 328 SIMONTON ST.
and wanted to be up with the dawn. move go i
Anyhow he loathed the Idea of switch on the lights." GAMES I the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions

drinking with Albery. who handed The blackness vanished In a glare I Second Game I I

him a tumbler and held up-" his ojrn."Ton of'strong white light that half blind- At St. Louis P.. II. E. AMERICAN LEAGUE PLUMBINGDURO LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES

haven't congratulated me. ,ed the airman for a few moments. New York ..._......_.._._ 362 ; Washington at Chicago I
1 I : V. & S. Ib 15c.
I Moore! I want yon to drink to o\ir Then be slowly stood up and saw St. Louis ..__..............._..14 13 1 i New York at St. Louis. PER MONTH

happiness Laurie's and mine...W. what bait so nearly happened to him. I Batteries: Murphy, :Malone and,I Boston at Detroit.Philadelphia Roasted in Key West by SOUTH flORID
may as well drop all humbug from Frpm..tbe other side of the large Glenn; Andrews and Hemsley. I II at Cleveland. I PUMPS
the beginning. You know she has gap In the flooring about six: foot I .

told me the whole truth about your square. Albery approached.Rex :. First Game 'I NATIONAL LEAGUE PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

little game. If I may say so. Moore Moore had never seen his face At Cleveland ..... R. II. E.: Pittsburgh at Boston. C 512 Greene Street $3.00

it was rather stupid and not Quite Showing! emotion before. Philadelphia ........_._._...10 13 1 Cincinnati at Philadelphia. 348 Phone 256 .
"Moore what an However PHONE t '
worthy of rou.- escape Cleveland ......._._...._... 5 12 0 Chicago at New York. PHONE 597 '
Rex Moore took a gulp at his did you save yourself in the dark?
glass."I "I don't know. Instinct.I suppose Batteries Marcum and Rich- St. Louis at Brooklyn.
ards C Brown, Warner, Pearson ,
said Rex ;
acted like a lunatic and a cad grimly.
BrenzeL and Hartnett Jorgens Pezzullo,;
and ; READ=
They both peered down through -
he said harshly his tanned face dark FOODS
Bowman nad Todd. SELECT SEA
the hole into the INSURANCE
with disgust and humiliation great hangar the
"Ton mustn't be too hard on your cement floor of which was quite sixty Second Game I THE KEY WEST

self Albery retorted smoothly feet below. The explanation was simple Philadelphia ."._'_...".__". 0 4 4 Second Game Jewf uh. 2 Ib.. 35

"Where yon were wrong was that enough. The boards that bad Cleveland '_.".'.".""...'."_.3 8 0 At Philadelphia R. H. E. Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib*. 35c Offices 319 Duval Street R
been removed formed a trap door Blaeholder and Ber- Chicago ._....n ______...__.....10 19 1
I Batteries-
yon misjudged me. But must give Yellowtail Bone 2 Ib.. 2S SUNDAY STAR
.. ... ___.__. on
yon credit for having shielded through which the workmen reacheda ry; L. Brown and Phillips.At Philadelphia .n. .514 6 '
Laurie when you might have shown narrow platform from where they Batteries: Lee and Hartnett; Grouper 2 thus ?5c. TELEPHONE NO. 1

her up. But. my dear boy. I'm lure could Inspect the pulleys] that lifted Chicago R. IL E. Jorgens Rivin and Wilson. Supper, 2 lb.. Z0 S Subscription Per Year

this Is one of tbe affairs In which the planes up to any desired height Washington ..._........_..15 18 3 Mutton Fish 2 Ib.. 25 Try Your Meal AtDelmomco
the less said the better. Well if the hangar should be too crowdedto THE-
forget hold them all Chicago ......._._.._.__.. 793 Key West's Only Sunday :
all about It. Only I want to tell you on the floor leveL FRESH SHRIMP
that yon can leave all the details tome Some workmen had evidently been Batteries Whitehill and Holbrook Paper Restaurant

If do exactly I tell using it, and neglected to replace It. ; Wyatt Phelps and SewelL FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
you as you. I Business Office Citizen BnJweiMr ,Bee r _-______ IS.
no more blame shall be attached to (Copvn U. MM. Coral Stanton) I RUSSELL'SCIGAR
COMPANY Building: Six C-n. DinB rm,
yon than Is absolutely necessary.. NATIONAL LEAGUE LOWE FISH -----

And what does that amount to whenToday's t tomorrow Rex Moore has a disappointment, At New York R. II. E. i PHONE 151'P H 0 N 'E 51 .------- SOc 7Sc, a n
Cincinnati ..u..._.__.. 081
-- ---- ------ --- New York ......._.._.._..... 390 ;

.....4.............1..1 College of Surgeons, born in Toronto Batteries: Schott and Campbell; STORE

Cana., 53 years ago. Schumacher and Mancuso., .. AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD
Birthdays I 536 Fleming Street It'mn., I
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Y....................... t At Boston R. H. E. : ped in .very package JLl111lL.of .
R. Parker of New York
u. S Senator George L. Rad- writer, born at West End, N. J.. 42 I St. Louis .._...._........_....13 19 0 : Daily Baseball Returns l

cliffe of { i Boston --_..-...- 392 I Th.
Maryland, born at Lloyds years ago.James
Md. 58 years ago. I' i{ lancey Batteries; McFayden: J. Dean and Mueller.and De-II By Wire II watch PRINTINGDONE DigaUiea. Sy patL.ti.Dolor' -

Norman Hall of Tahiti, I ComrtftyLICENSED
I writer born, at Colfax Iowa 48 I I -0- BY US .
Chester Mornll secretary of years ago.Edward. | At Brooklyn R. II. E.I, COME IN AND GET THE i I O .NOTARY PUBLIC

the Federal Reserve!; Board, born I Pittsburgh ____ 061 RESULTS OF THE JEWELER EMBALMER
Brooklyn _.___ 5 10 1 WATCHMAKER,
in Mo. 50 jean ago. II. R. Green MAJOR BASEBALL
capitalist, Batteries: Birkofer. Blanton, I AND ENGRAVER ARrSTpRESSCitizen
son of Hetty Green born in England Hovt and Grace; Earnshaw and LEAGUES J See Him For Tour Next Work A.1 u1a- -

Daniel' Frohman of Now York. 67 years ago. Lopez. l -0- '
famed theatrical manager, born at CIGARS, CIGARETTES, i iI Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office
Sncdusk, Ohio 85 years ago. Mortimer Fleishhacker, of San First Game t H....: 9 to 12-1 t. 8
Francisco, baker, born there, 69 At Philadelphia R. H. E.I SOFT DRINKS, PHONE 51
I Satnrfe Nkt! Pie* 54S Ny.r SU p
l>r. Donald C. Balfear of the years ago.Subscribe. Chicago _._, ,,, 12 18 0 ETC. I Open ,

famed Mayo Clinic. Rochester, Philadelphia ..,r._._ ._...13 18 3 i il

Minn., president of the American to The Citizen Batteries: Henshaw, Carleton _

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:-: SOCIETY : : a......115115 1111511..1..11155555.0.55S.a55555 5. START WILL\ BE IN QITYTH1SSATURDAY PERMITS ISSUED istic."e( are from moved Paje, but One)not

I Harry Johnson returned yesterday M. Brombacher chief
.......................i.......................... from for engineer r '?o profoundly cs by great tragedy.
vacation the
a spent in Florida East Coast Hotel 1 ARRIVING HERE i' There teems to be something Important -

Social Club !Meets Last Night I Miami. Company was an arrival yester I APPLICATIONS CALL FOR RE. lacking in several famous
day to meet G. C. McCown I
in I PAIRS AND OTHER 151.i I modern no\eli ts. Can it be that
And For Big Dance Mrs. Lina Taylor who was charge of the Casa Manna and i I I they are not interested in so fundamentally
Arranges 'I spending a while at Matecumbewith with him. make an inspection of EVENT TO TAKE PLACJS ON APPROXIMATELY: ONE HUNDRED : PROVEMENTS |! interesting people or

her son-in-law and daughter the building. LABOR DAY; MANY INTERESTING .I AND FORTY MEMBERS I 1' things as were the treat Englishand
Muki-Muki-O Club met in regular ,have been secured for the program Mr. and Mrs. John Good. returned During the week ending August' Russian novelists of the nine-

business session last evening( : yesterday on the, Havana Special. r Charles Curry, of the Florida ATTRACTIONS ARE j TO ARRIVE HERE IN MORNING 22 there were nine building and teenth century?

Song, Miss Rosemary Saunders, 1 East Coast Railway car department '. repair permits issued from the ,
at the Cuban Club on Duval, Hula Dance. Miss Alberta El D. Townsend Smith of the t I and Mrs. Curry, who were TO BE OFFERED FROM TAMPAApproximately iI i office of Building Inspector Harry

street. The meeting was markedby wood. coast and geodetic survey who I spending a vacation in Norfolk, I M' Baker. Issues were made for I II i Xo. Ruth taxpayers aro.-n"t tamthey'"e

interest and enthusiasm over Song, Miss Olga Ramos. was in Miami for 'a few days returned :Va., with their son-in law and i I the following: !' eu; jus' learned that its

the coming dance to be sponsoredby Tap Dance Gerald Pinder. over the East Coast yes- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Untamed and ferocious denizens 140 Boy Scouts New roof at 306 Elizabeth useless,t them to kick with the world on

,the club. Piano Selection, John Pritc h. terday. | Parkinson,returned yesterday ac from the forest depths and plains from the Tampa. St. Petersburg:,! street. Owner, 31. Gnllon; cost:: top

At the conclusion of the meeting ard.The companied by Miss Dorothy May are beginning to arrive in Key and Jacksonville sections of the i $150. I
ice cream and cake was I big feature of the"programwill Sister Lewis of the Convent of Hobbs. Construct garage at 421 Angela BENJAMIN LOPEZ
West for the Junior Patrol's circcs state will spend three hours Sat- '
served celebrating the be a special surprise number. Mary Immaculate who was in i 'i street. Owner, M. Tents; cost FUNERAL HOME
( I which will be featured on Labor urday
en route to Havana
Evelio Muki-Muki-O Club will be Tampa visiting at the Academy of morning $150.
ing of Mrs. homecom-j entertained I l| Roy L. James of the Pullman
This organization will on Monday evening at The Holy' Names in Tampa re 1 Car Company Mrs. James and Day September 2 at the naval and will be entertained by General repairs at 521 Middle Serving Key West

a Lucky Dance on August ands t the home of Mrs Carlos Rios by turned yesterday. family who arrived yesterday on' station field.. members of the Key West Junior Springs. Owner, Key West Prop- Half Century

are making arrangements for al[ the following members of the I the S. S. Cuba from Tampa and} Captain Arthur Sheppard told Patrol. I erties, Inc.; cost, $250. |: 24 Hour Ambulance Service-

floor show to be presented at the club: Misses Juanita Mayg, Ofelia Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson \\ PA: spent the day in Key West view- The Citizen that the elephant! came John B. Hackney executive of General repairs at Eaton and Phone Licensed Embalnier
dance. The following numbers l'] Machado and Celestine Johnson. district supervisor intake and certification -' ing the sights left yesterday aft- in over the Eaast Coast today and Whitehead streets. Owner Southern Night 696-NN

in Key West, returned ernoon for their home in Jack- tigers lions, and other carnivora, the Tampa Bay Boy Scout council -I I Land Company Inc.; cost
-- -: --- ---- yesterday from a business con sonville. including the famed Wampum Cat, wrote yesterday to II. Stewart $500. I

Miss Marquez Weds Cowles Family ference in Jacksonville. will arrive as soon, as negotiationshave I: Leonard director of recreational General repairs at 815 Whitehead .

Clifford G. Hicks, assistant dis- been completed.All section of the Key West Administration t street. Owner R. S. SO-I

Chester DeVoid Return To City M. E. Gilfond district director'of trict supervisor of construction of the animals for the outlining the definite lano; cost, $75. i

WPA "in Key West who was i projects and deputy procurement menagerie. Captain Sheppard ex- i program which is to be followed I General repairs at 816 Simon-,

In the presence of members of After an absence of three years in Jacksonville on business, re; officer of the WPA in Key West I plained are up to government I ton street. Owner, II. C. and 1.1.1 I FLORIDA

the immediate family of the bride II. R. Cowles well-known to a I I turned yesterday. j left yesterday afternoon for a t specifications end: will meet with The scouts will stop here on 1 I A. Albury estate; cost $50. I

and intimate friends. Miss Can wide circle of friends in Key ,, business conference in Jackson- the approval of those who attend their way to Havana[ and will spend Erect garage at 606 Dey street.,I iJAC.KSONV.t 'I.E"-

dida (Beba) Marquez yesterday :Miss Sadie Moss who was. ville. the circus. three hours here. also on their return I i[ Owner, R. H. Kemp; cost $100. !II Tie GEORGE

afternoon became the bride of West has returned accompanied spending a vacation in St. The various acts and entertainment from the Cuban capital next I I General repairs at 425 Petromai WASHINGTON rt+

Chester DeVolld of Miami. by his family Mrs. Cowles two burg and Tampa, returned Peters-I Mrs. J. P. Leech, son and two features are now being rou-] Thursday. I street. Owner, M. Calbone; rind 300 Smw l' ',. : !

The: solemn ceremony of 'marriage : daughters, Mary\ and Angeline, Havana Special yesterday morn- daughters, who were visiting in tined and practices are being held "Our boys can"hardly wait for cost. $50. I' .n.,s.w..i.. .s ..1a .T

was performed 4.30 o'clockin and one son, Alfonso. ing. Key West left yesterday after- by the different groups of groundand the boat to sail, Mr. Hackney General repairs at 628;;> Pass-, hxdm'V I"GAaAGE.

the parsonage of the First I j -Mr. Cowles welcomed noon for their home in Kansas lofty tnmolers and the aerial wrote. "They are just as enthusedover I over street. Owner G. Peres- ; ..ewsPA1ES..1l.SO.d

Methodist church, by Rev. ,J.' B., < was a Miss Beulah McClinch, who was City Mo., where Mr. Leech is performers in order to reach that their trip to Key West a* cost, $15. wI
Culpepper.The | caller at The Citizen office this spending a delightful vacation chief representative of the Pull-I stage of perfection which is demanded -, thev are to Cuba."

bride was attractively! morning and expressed himself as guest of Master Sergeant H. 0.asl man Company. by critical circus audiences The Pinellas. Jacksonville, and I MAYILOWEI'Y

gowned in pink crepe with acces-j t being surprised at the many Young, U. S. A., and :Mrs. Youngat the world overtUNDAY Tampa Bay Councils will be represented I Shiveringwith / 100 L.. sh

sories to match. She was attended changes for the better which have their quarters in the barracks' Mrs. W. F. Malonej and grandson -I by the scouts. tai ;, bd.dSk.wa.r..ic.

by her sister Mrs. W C., been effected during his absence. left yesterday afternoon for h rl Jack Pierce, son of Mr. and Many of the places of interestin I ..
Banks. Mr. Banks officiated The i '! DINNER Key West are to be pointed out Chills ihi 1e. -' .'
as family is residing at 1016 home in Philadelphia Pa. Mrs. L. M. Pierce left yesterday I :
to the v-c'to's by members of the I j I + "
best man. Varela street.Patriotic afternoon for a vacation in Miamias "w* tutts..sera.d.ILAGLEP .
I } Key 'CFJunior Patrol, who will'
Mr. and Mrs. DeVolld left on Eric Gwynn left yesterday aft- guests of Mr. and Mrs* Leslie! ts- : Burning with Fever
be h.'h and hostesses
the afternoon train for Miami, ernoon over the East Coast to R. Curry. the upstate i 1Sure I II
where they will spend their DaughtersTo and I !" scouts! during the stay in Key j Malaria I IDont
join Mrs. Gwynn daughter By A>> PAGE W rot. I I Relief for its I.a.a.d.v.tlv.m.4.r.
moon after which Mr. Meet TonightThere Alice who are in Miami spendinga Miss Eloise Guito. daughter of .
will resume his duties at honey'I''I' while with relatives and friends.II. Mr.\ and Mrs. Frank Guito left I IF yon had planned to have Baked j 1 I try homemade treatments or trLam
Ham for Sunday'; dinner, it would USED BY CHIPMUNKS 1. newfangled remedies I Take that good old ,
ami postoffice. will be a meeting of the yesterday afternoon for Tavernier I be well to chance to poultry or lamb. !|! Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic Soon you GARAGE,
P. O. of A. held tonight at their W. Rider, of Key Largo, to spend a short vacation with Fresh and cured pork renting to rise I will i be yourself again for Grove's
in price broiling or frying chickens PORT HURON. Mich.-Small iAIES.sim.1.e
less Chin Tonic not only TLote-1
Hour i headquarters on Duval street be- who was in Ky West yesterdayfor friends. '
Melody are moderate; lamb is of excellent American flags musing from veterans' symptoms of Malaria, but dc
ginning at 8 o'clock according to a short business visit, left in I quality and also moderately priced I infection itself. WEST PALM BEACHTfct
Here graves in this city were
values in
Tonight announcement made today.A the afternoon for Miami. Captain 1M.. Watler, who i fresh There vegetables are many Corn Rood peas, lettuce, found to have been used by chipmunks -i!I The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste. I
request is made for a large was spending a wecVs vacation' tomatoe and eggplant: are low less Chill Tonic kills the Malarial I mfcc- 1
Tonight at ; o'clock: the ninth attendance, as it is stated that County Solicitor Allan B., with his family left yesterday I' priced Fine cauliflower and green to line their nests. !i I I Lion in the blood while the iron it con

Key West Melody Hour will be; there will be several matters of Cleare, Jr., and :Mrs. Cleare left afternoon for West Palm Beach lima Potatoes beans of are exceptional coming quality to market.are I tains builds up the blood to overcome the I 1..x/l it.a a
Subscribe to The Citizen. j effects of the disease and fortify against
presented in the Colonial HoteL I great importance to be taken up yesterday afternoon for a short where his dredge is operating.. selling\ at the lowest price in many i further attack. The twofold effect is absolutely 3) 1t'a

The affair will be informal. at the session tonight. visit with relatives in Miami. I' weeks.Many. fruits tempt the appetite and! necessary to the overcoming of +t MtMMYI_

Travers Melton who was in parse-seedless grapes and red )Tala- MONROE THEATERJoe Malaria.Betides being a dependable rem- I.
Mrs. Wm P. Kemp and three Key West spending a while with gas: Bartlett pears range. bananas E. Brown in edy for Malaria Grove's Tasteless Chill
11..1....11111111..1..1.111.. ..1.. ..1..1111 and peaches Then there are cantaloupe Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general GEORGE WASHINGTON
children left yesterday afternoonfor relatives and was guest at the honeydews. honeybaN! Persian ALIBI IKE use. Pleasant to take and absolutely 100 ......lid gads cal s......
I THE MAN ABOUT TOWNTwo Miami where they will spenda home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton and Casaba melons-it is difficult to Warren William-Claire Dodd' in harmless. Safe to give children.: Get a Opt" .l .*. ,.e. .....4_"*..*...mi.assn .
:-. while with relatives and friends. Watson left yesterday afternoonfor make Egg/ butter choice and cheese prices remain DON'T BET ON BLONDESI bottle today at any drug store. Now twoi sal ar.l.e f..-...-.......

........................i 111111111111111111111.11. Miami.J. about the name Fish is to be I'i sues 50e and $1. The $1 size contains and PATES IMP mi ... CAIAGt _
had in great variety at attractiveprices Matinee Balcony, lOc; Orcbes-I' ZYt times as much as the 5Oc size .
Miss Louise Ketchum, daughterof
1.IAI: :! :<<-'U I I7ili
weeks this tra 15-20c Night 1 I|I gives yon 25% more for your money.
agq through days. Bare legs.away up, bare ; ; : -
r Mr. and M. s. Charles Gerry Curtis assistant director Following are three Sunday dinner
column we attempted to start a backs away down with little strapsto
left yesterday Ke.tchum'l and supervisor of labor management menus at different budget levels -- ------ -
Paint Up Campaign. We have had hold up their trunks, and a thin Jacksonville, where she of the WPA. is to leave planned to use seasonable foods

clean-up campaigns beautification piece of frail silk to cover the the guest of her brotherinlawand this afternoon over the East Coast Low Coat Dinner
and other kinds'
campaigns many balance. sifter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl for a conference in Jacksonville. Shoulder Roast of Lamb
of but have been :
campaigns we
Yates. Browned Potatoes Boiled Onions
neglecting the paint brush. Some One hundred thousand dollars Mr. and MVse Herbert Rodriguez Bread and Butter
results have been accomplished. Green Apple Sauce Ginger CVwkies
|.er month has been spent in Key Dr. Ramon Rodriguez left yesterday left yesterday ,afternoonfor Iced Tea or Coffee!! !Milk
however as one prominent paint! West during the past year by afternoon for Miami to, Miami where they will be theguests I
Medium Cost Dinner
dealer informs that sales !
us paint Uncle Sam. I am informed. The: join Mrs. Rodriguez and their son of Mrs. Rodriguez's brother -

are gradually picking: up. rehabilitation of Key Wes is going Charles and daughter Ramona Mario Martinez who is con- Buttered Veal Cahbare Cutlet Tomato Lrnnnaise.Sauce Potatoes

I steadily ,forward. Everything who are vacationing with rel- nected with the Pan-Atnerican' Bread and Butter
By the way, 'why doesn't some Chilled Melon
might not be done to suit your individual atives. Airways.
enterprisng: and progressive paint Iced Tea or Coffee Milk
taste but please remem-
dealer come forward with special ter everyone cannon be pleased at Very Special Dinner

prices and easy terms to assist the the same time. "Have patience," I same wonderfulclimate__ will be Jellied Bouillon
small home owner in making his CUBA TRANSPORTS I Baked Young Chitkl'nsCandi..d .
says Mr. Stone. here to greet them; the same
place attractive for this winter? lams Lima Beans
I beautiful sunsets for them to gate i Tomato and Cucumber Salad

1'uo.little words that might.: 1 We have perhaps a million lawsin upon; the fragrant flowers will as; PASSENGERS Peach Hot Preserves Biscuits Lemon Ice Butter Cream .1

have a world of meaning were uttered this country of ours. Let's' usual be in bloom; and the same, Coffee OLD STOVE ROUND

through the columns of The i j,' make one more, and prohibit men hospitable people will entertain

Citizen recently by Julius F. like Will Rogers from, taking unnecessary -! them. Let us go one step farther Steamship Cuba, of the P and PALACEManan

Stone, Jr. They were, "have pa-|I risks. and the scene will be compete. O. S. S. company left for Havana 1 I{I,
tience." I II III Paint up. Apccarnce is half the yesterday afternoon with 177 first] Marsh-Alan\ ; Hale in

I Sixty to sixty-five per cent of, game of life. class passengers! nine second class The Eleventh Commandment The ROUND-UP is bringing in old stoves
The J girls paint their noses Key West's population knows the -- five automobiles three tons of Comedy and "The Miracle every day. Don't miss this opportunityto

their lips their cheeks and even I cigar'business and not much else.We .I There is one man in Key West freight and 276 sacks of mail. Rider" I I, change YOUR old stove for a moderngas
their toe nails: we are told. The have cigarmakers pickers you never hear complain.' He is I Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- I

men sometimes paint the town I packers banders and strippers.I never down in the mouth. lie Mallory Lines, is due to arrivein Matinee: S-lOc; Night: 1015cRichardson's range.

red. The first ,washes off easily We have an unequalled climate j looks on the bright side of every- port tomorrow night from New -

the latter wea-g off in one night. for the manufacture of cigars.: thing. Business is alwayf good Orleans en route to Miami and. Here are the special Round-up features: -

But a good coat of paint on that] Key West cigars are advertised: with him and is never bad. lie Jacksonville. : 1

little nome of yours will last for the world over for their excellent has a smile for everyone. You 1, GroceryFRIDAY Trade-in-allowances: up to $15. -

years. ,I' iAn quality. We have three or four never hear him knock. He is always Another thing that makes tiding
1 large fireproof factories that re- boosting. Can you guess the gravy train dangerous is the A brand DeLuxe -
gas range
old colored woman waS having main idle and empty. We have a who he is? possibilities cf one's slipping off. SPECIALS
her for work card I modern built to
application cigar box factory standing still. with every feature our

filled in by an interviewer at the I We have the tobacco, the best in You will be hearing from me Butter, Ib n_.._...... 26He own specifications especially for the
Administration building recently.
the world at our back door. Now again next week and if some ofiyou Maxwell House Coffee Ib 31c Round-up, for only $49.50 (and your
]tow tall ? asked the
are you in-I we will suggest another project. have not started painting by i ARCHER'S
terviewer. "I dunno. III IIII Bliss Coffee Ib 2Sc old stove).
Let us substitute for the closed that time, I shall tell Mr. Gil-
K ff. H 49c
md the woman. "Stand It g,
up. I
mattress factory a factory, fond. !i
said the interviewer. "No *uh.I I project make "Rehab"cigar five cent I GROCERYI Sugar, S Ibs. 27c Your unrestricted choice of every
white *,odv aia't to ; a Magnolia Milk. He This unusual and distinctive De.
man. no fx>m
MavkMnvlilr'a Im4tmf Holer Store That Serves in stock.
I cigar, the best in the world and I other range
measure me until I'se dead" the sell it at cost, deducting a little I THE SEMINOLEJark.M You Best" Cream 6 cans 38c and 41c I Luxe Magic Chef gas range is only
old colored replied.Mr. Tomatoes, can 5e
woman I one of the models offered for
I for overhead expenses. It would i Salt, 3 pkfs lOcJelly Don't delay. Let us change your old many
selL Uncle Sam could perhaps I E i QUALITY! your selection during the Roundup.stove .
Stone shows where his love 3-lb box: : 24e I
I to the
.eG NOW. Begin today enjoy Standard equipment includes insulation
lies. use the entire output. A project i I --at- Pears 2H size can 20c -
On his recent visit here he : "
i 4.:: I
purchased a beautiful home site. of this kind would be 100 per .' ; {; 1; 1 I i. LOWEST PRICES Peaches, 2} size can -_..- 17c j use of a modern gas range-one that and these exclusive Magic

He ha traveled the world over,:I cent self-liquidating; the entire! .. ,J :f Baked Beans, 6 cans 28e will COOK YOUR OWN WAY, perfectChef features: Red Wheel Lorain

and has at last found the ideal I relief roll could be abolished, and J! "' ;;;; 1 Every housewife in quest of Ovaltine small .--- 35c I J ly and scientifically. Oven Heat Regulator, Magic ChefAutomatic
place for a home., our people given work that they! :,rj 1 :i I: Quality FOODSTUFFS will Ovaltine, Urge 65c Top Lighter, Three-in-
i know how to do. Mr. Project save a sizable amount on any Prunes, 2H size can .__. 22c One Non-clog Top Burners and

The demolition project is well Maker, think it over. { quantity purchased at this Ivory Flakes, 3. pkgs. ___ 2Sc Sanitary High Burner Tray. Oven
A. Potatoes __ 2Sc
10 n. ____
under way, under the capable direction store.' Rose 49c I 1 i valve is of safety type. Enameled
of Leo Warren.' .l1lr.. Florida Milk. S cans - throughout. Door and Drawer
Now fora Key West will have the greatest We Welcome Responsible Onions, 2 Ibs. 13c --
HAH.! B. f.Rf'rn. Mmmmffr
housing project-a place for the II number of tourists this winter A human home-like Institution Accounts Rinso 3 pl.,.. 23c handles and gas valve handles are
cvery-day fellow to live will find '.."'...1: of black bakehte.
in will bea it has had in its history. The where )ou :year 23c Special color
e.n.f.rl ... e.tertal.weat a matter -! All Competition met with Sani-Flnsh. can
problem soon. Mr. Heflin will I of great Importance.o i Ivory Soap 6 bars 34c I i 1 t / combinations available on order.
tell you all about it Friday night. I -- ,i Low Prices and High Quality. Eddy', Starch. 6 for 25e I During the Round-up only

Hear him! I WHITE BELT DAIRY A ateel fireproof banding Leafed ONE STOP SERVICE Lax Flakes 2 pk,.. 19c I
I In the heart of the city: i
ICE CREAM Lax: : Soap 3 ban _. 19e >rit6 Doer
Order All Your Food Needs
Suppose the poor men displaced I Life 3 bar 19e $69.50
POPSICLES Every Room with Combination Tub Through Us Buoy Soap old at.,,
as much of their personal Electric! 14cOctagon
and Shower Math Radio. Palm Olive Soap 3 ban I
charm as the hot Sweet Milk qt. __ 17e : Slat Door for Summer
these Ceiling tan.
Z3e The oldest If have of
Fish 5 one
I Chocolate Milk, qt. 17c Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with Turtle I Soap gas range you
Mattresses of Inner Spring; Con- Lard, 2 Ib.. 29c still service rounded
SCHOOLGIRL SPECIAIPERMANENT Butter Milk qt. 17c atrurtion and Individual Reading I Fruits Vegetables I 35c the many) "old timers"still FLORIDA PUBLIC
Siam Ibs. .
Rice 5 the Seventh
Ofd Potatoes up
-on- 10 Iks. 15c Lam pa. i Meats
WAVES ; Butter, It 26c RATES Jello. 3 pkgs. 20 I Annual Old Stove in service trade it

51.... Dairy Products Crab Meat can _____ 33e will be taken UTILITIES CO
[Twoj-ermanent. $5.00 I Nucoa. tb '_'--n-u_ 20c 78 ROOM*. Private Bath r w I Round-up in! It may be worth a '

.. .. Cowl Luck Oleo lt 20c h1. ) !!_.. Prlvnte Bath4e ls as full payment for the
Free Delivery
Pbo. 67 Fre. 658-R brand modern "Your Gas
Ii__.. Private Bath :LMI DeU..P7al4 new range on which it new gas Company"is
Richer Waves, $5.00 and
up Tift's Cash Grocery I JS4 R*._.. Private Bath a.a Fleming Street Eaton and Elizabeth Street
MRS. MILLER 1 j I. Smmrlt R.._., Private Bath .... is traded in. range. E. LADE, Manager
Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J


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