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 23, 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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Byron Price Sees 1935 SessionOf JUNIOR PATROL RECLAMATION PROJECT MAY SAVE Uncle Sam Erects "Keep Off Signs .

Congress Going

CITY TOMORROW toy Aelatrd Press) Civilians Flying Over Aleutians

History For Ambitious*Program By L. S. KIMBALL I Sacramento valley near Redding
SACRAMENTO. Calif.. Aug.I a 420-foot high dam would be -- --- -- -- -

YOUTHS WILL RUN CITY AND constructed, costing $84,000,000
.- 23.-A cure for a creeping desert MORE TAXPAYERS GIVEN
: COUNTY AS WELL AS KEY storing 3,000,000 acre feet of Importance Of Area Emphasized
paralysis threatening the fertilityof water. It would back a 23,000-:
Various Reasons AdvancedFor WILLIAM BURTON
WEST ADMINISTRATIONFOR acre lake into the mountains and' ASSESSMENTS BY In TurningIt
rich farm lands in California' be known as Kennett dam. I BOARD
Unusual And Out-
THRASHING OffS HOUR Near the southern end of the
GIVEN 1 Into Reservation
400-mile long central valleys, the -- ---- -- --- Military
j San Joaquin valley, which lies below
..... ....
Activities In
standing a e S S S S S S S S S S ,
Sacramento and San Joaquin, maybe the Sacramento area, a 20-;; Another group of taxpayers SC
HERE LAST NIGHT Officials of the county, city and foot high; dam would be built east : SPEAKS HERE TONIGHT

Its ManipulationsBy : WPA, will enjoy a period of relaxation attempted by Uncle Sam in of Fresno, just across the mountains have been granted substantial reductions -i .......................

tomorrow morning from another vast reclamation project.A .I I from Mt. Whitney. It would in their property assess tn, .
ALLEGED TO HAVE BECOME cost""] about $13,500,000, would impound Sasanlaie Prssp
BYRON PRICE 11 until the noon hour. while their dream of engineers and 400,000 acre feet of water ments. These matters were placed WASHINGTON Aug 23.-

(thief .. II sr.... The AwmelaledThere .TOO FAMILIAR WITH LIT various duties are handled by culturists for two decades, and would be called Friant darn. J "
agri-I While
I the
....... ........-.P members of Junior water Better River I before the tax adjustment :i 2 eyes of tbe world were
I TLE GIRL; MAN TAK-N: TO Keyest the Central Valleys Navigation
are. at least a half-dozen I Patrol. power project for control and From these two dams suficient board at the meeting August 14: centered on Alaska because of the

reasons why history is likely ,to; JAIL FOP. INVESTIGATION Every office in the city, county utilization of the floods which water would be released to permit I
and Clerk Ross C. Sawyer instructed recent crash which brought deathto
pour down upon these valleys as /greater navigation of California'stwo !; ,
and West Administration I
take special note of th. 1935 session .I to be administered a memberof spring thaws the snow-packed large rivers, the Sacramentoand to make the reductionsas Will Rogers and WiVty Post,

William Carton, middle aged I y Sierra Nevada and Cascade moan- San Joaquin, and prevent a
of congress. .. I blacksmith with the Florida East the patrol. Each acting offi-- tain ranges. !waste of flood waters into the allowed by the board.The j Uncle Sam was starting erection
: cial will exercise his or her judge
Consider the ambitious; proportions Coast Railway company in Key ment on matters brought before Five Years NeededIf ocean each uprmg I figures below show the of "keep off" signs for civilian
West was badly beaten l last night,: RooSevelt I The controlled release of Water -
I them, and will conduct the office approved by President
delinquent, in the first col-
of some of th. mODamenb by the father of a little girl to would provide enough river years i aviatien on the Aleutian islands.
according to the regular routine. this $170,000,000 enterprise umn. In the second shown '
is -
the assessments
erected in eight months of panic.mentary I whom Burton's attentions was alIeged'to What should make the experiment would become the fourth unit inj feurrent year around. engineerssay indicated the President Roosevelt's
i by order
be too familiarBurton's too prevent salt water tides I(
of more than ordinary interest a series of national public works books of the
and the third
I assessor
attitude from San Francisco bay, damaging
struggle and actions j
is that the executives were in the west. The others aiej: column the converting a portion of the vast
assessement after
wa? reported to the father by ( great industrial!! plants in Summ: reductions -I
not selected without having been Boulder and Grand Coulee clams
The social / made
security program.Toe bay and eroding the rich delta are i 1,500 volcanic
i neighbors of Barton and he immediately agricultural crescent into a
given opportunity to display their and the San FranciscoOaklandbridge. Years Assessment Adjustment!
lands between Stocktonand
wealth taxes. The $4,800- :ministered found what onlookers Burton and declarewas ad- ability, and the assignments were I I Sacramento. 1933-34 $ 288.96 $ 150.00 i military and naval reservation,
made only after each had displayed The President has approved the
OOO.OOO relief appropriation... The]] one of the most complete 335 Miles Of Canals 253.80 182.82 emphasizes defensive importance
some adaptability to the the federal
spending program of The 1931-34 69042 482.99|
could third unit in the
thrashings man re I I project
stroke at the utility holding any position to be filled. reclamation bureau, under which!I 1929.31
companies. 14354 10124 of the
ceive. would be a series of canals 3T: area. The region is described -
Offices to which members of it would but final o TMON/I/\S HEFLIN
; be built acceptance 1928-34 167.69 ,
The labor relations act. In the meantime a crowd had the patrol have been assigned and of the work program is|i mil long/ A 150-mile section, 1928-31 19493 133.80 Ex-UnUed: States Senator From by the Natioial Geographic
I gathered .in the neighborhood of ", co $14,000,006/ would trans- I
those who will preside are as follows pending. Reports from \\ashmgton Alabama
:The prohibition against gold and Fleming and :Margaret streets. : ;I I fer part of the waters of the Sac- 1932-34 315.89 220.401t13234 society as a necklace
Threats voiced and became indicate the President may!|'ramcnto river into San 123.21 9256 ;
processing tax recovery iit$. were Mario Ilerce will replace M E.I allot $20,000,000 for a year's* Joaquin 1934 21.45 13.61 ;i beaded with volcanic peaks. looped
I so pronounced that several by- Cilfond as WPA administrator, work on the California project.!'I ithicatcncd, alloy watering 400,000 acres" 1934 31.94 2410 HEFLIN WILL\ GIVE
standers decided to for Chief with aridity.
Unlike the temporary buttresses /go i
Joseph Richardson will show May\ Engineers it could be built I across the throat of th. Bering
Deputy Bernard Waite and have: say inj Into this same area also! wouldhe 1928-34 1002.80 706.76 !
set up by the first Roosevelt con-J or William H. Malone how he I I !I
'' Burton taken into custody to pre-1 thinks years. pumped other water\ supplies 1928-34 835.88 614.73I'J2831 i* TONIGHT sea," south and west of Ala.....
greta most of these monuments(' vent serious trouble. I the city should: be operated Some rich farm and industrial' from Friant dam through/ 185 627.20 .3.-I8. !
are designed to stand for all: and Orlando Esquinaldo will f sections have been invaded Despite climate
hustled by miles of canals from --I a nearly always
'I Deputy Waite arrived. stretching AT HIGH SCHOOLFORMER
near the badge of sheriff for the
time. The President and congress'have salt
water tides from Pacific
,, Total$4,741.60
Burton into a car and took him to !i Bakersfield to !\lad era. These other $3,38137 I like a disagreeable Mar h-a>
attempted to re-make Am r- I hour.Other I while water shortages; threaten' The foregoing figures show
the county jail where he is being sections would cost $20,000- !: :
lea nothing less. j officers selected from the : most perpetual fog, and rain :-ali '-
held pending a thorough investigation other valley areas with a return that a small group of 14 property ]

Whether the accomplishments'of i of the incidents surround patrol membership are Isabelle to desert. j 000The fourth step would embrace I owners effect savings amountingto : UNITJED: STATES SENATOR i ing on the average of 2.;.0 ila>'" in
the session mean the salvation, I Armayor, city judge; William ; May Form 23,000-Aere Lake I j the 1.36023 through the liberal
ing the matter. stringing: of power I the year-the islands afford( inun
Kemp, police chief Thurman WILL EXPLAIN IN DETAIL
of the country--as some say-ori ; The solution reductions alowed the I
Sheriff Karl Thompson said today Sands proposed by engineers ;: sion lines from Kennett tranSmiA-1 by tax adjustment possible landing placesfor
the ruination of the police captain; ArsenioRetancourt. pone
country-as I t is to build series of dams' board.Functions I
that on several ,occasions accusations a the Contra Costa WORKINGS OF HOUSING
others still remain ac-l ] city clerk; Jack Lopez. toon-equipped plane. It wouldbe
say-they canals j
and stations Suisun of the tax adjustment
had been made against pumping bay. through/ which ,t"nlPir r
complements of an extraordi-' Burton relative to his actions regarding -I tax collector, ; Antonio Be tan court.{'which would be expected to put neers say, 1,300,000.000 kilowatt- boards in the different counties of : ADMINISTRATION difficult, however, to set d'jvn\
fire chief Lila health
;a rjrperhapt of an epochalJ! *little girls, but this is the officer. ; Gomez city I II I I I the right amount of water in the'fconrs of power could 'be sent annually the state will cease in about two, a land plane, da&tPVtt! ru, :c !!

calibre. I first time anything serious had re-''I I Una May Brady, Folio Blanco,:! right place at the right time. I II I The construction cost months, and those property own terrain.

Aims Of New Laws I suited. I Stacy\ Palenzuela. Silvia Dillon: At the northern end of the would be $14,000,000. ers who have not taken advantage Key Westers will tonight hearnp : Best Harbor In Chain

It is not easy to arrive at an I Machado I I of the chance to place their asI|I of thp mn..f famous nrafnr. *
Olga Florence Dillon and --- -- - -- -- ---- -' n The best harbor in the wh'le
inclusive phrase, which both sides Virgie Key. council members. ', I ressements before the board for i-; the United States when J.
I MICHIGAN FOLKS I reduction, will have further chain.! Geographic Society oNI-
will describe the no opportunity
eral effect of this legislative gen-program George Morris, Hilburn Cerezo.:I PILOT ON MISSISSIPPI BEAT MARK I it i is said. i i Thomas Heflm, ex-United States I ] ciaU say, is Dutch Harbor L"n-
Bravo Florence Smith and
I Harry I Senator from Alabama
as a whole. Examining the'!! PLAN TO RETURNHERE Louis Fernandez, county commis-I I speaks in I alaska Deep, land-locked, it la

measures one by one, however I I sioners. I'I r. TWAIN TO USE FAMOUS PEN NAME SCOUTS COMING ::: the high school auditorium, on the one of the finest in the north ami

certain common characteristics Ed Nelson, deputy sheriff ; opportunities being offered, citizens -' /
IN ; was.a Dig transport. factor in t;,id
stand out. WINTER! Margaret Taylor, county judge;!I : I I HERE i( of this country to own their old Yukon,ami Nome\ gold ru,hes.
One group of the new laws tBy AsseelaPed Press
Margaret Zachal clerk I own homes. Today, despite the fact linti, "II
tends unquestionably toward MR. AND MRS. HORACE CON-I" court; Nellie Perez, tax collector; By J. G WERKLEYST. pilot's navigation career was one (I It was originally" tnte"ded.for. not stop. there, it could aCCt'I,i-;

the greater federal centralization government.of power Another in NABLE BECAME GREATLY Joe Andrew Elwood tax assessor!! ;'I LOUIS Auf. 23. As the' of the most enviable in the Mississippi's -! ON TAMPA BOAT: the talk to be given at BayviewI modate a huge battle' fleet, although -
superintendent public world celebrates the Mark Twain history. there are many dang",rs
/ i ij I ,
Park but the
group aims a levellingof j a: weather forecast
IMPRESSED ON STAY LAST instruction; Julian Lucignani, He set a speed record in May, -- from fog and rocks.
the economic structure, under judge criminal court; Daniel Var- centennial, the original "Mark j; WILL B"i GUESTS OF LOCAL indicates cloudy weather and local Uncle Sam's military and na\il:

that stronger central government,I '1ZASON I gas clerk criminal court; Eliza- I 1844, which survived 25 years,I '!i t showers tonight it was decide, forces, hay. looked over the ;,-
by taking from those Twain a Mississippi river pilot ORGANIZATIONS ON LEAV. I
away who beth when he piloted the James M ,
Sawyer, county attorney; i( to have the speaker anpear in the lands carefully, army and nav -
have and adding to the security ofthoac Mr. and Mrs. Horace Connable, Roland Keaton, county engineer. who used that a. a pen name long I White, 2nd from New Orleans to I INC HERE UNITS WILL 1! auditorium. aviators flying there and! a submarine !'

who have not. I of Kalamazoo, Mich.. fell so muchin Officers for the WPA adminis- St. Louis in three days, 23 hours,, i detachment making a
To the first group belong the love with Key \Vest during their tration are: Alberta Peterson executive before Samuel Clemens made it 1 PROCEED TO HAVANA Mr Ileflin arrived on the careful of the surroun,img
and minutes. Not until cut- survey
relief policy of this congress and three months stay last season I officer Celina Bctan- i vana Special this morning
the policy of closing the door to 'that they will come again this I court. works ;department executive famous, lies almost forgotten in aj!'offs shortened the course of the I :Miami and during his stay in lIa-1 waters. Thus are, war believed and! navy to have departments

recovery suits which might ham- year.Letters ; Betty Ray Russell. director St. Louis cemetery. I stream and the system of loading Key West Junior Patrol and West will be the guest of rather complete knowledge of: the!

]>er the government in executingthe I from the Connables re-' public relations; Canfield fuet from, barges in midstream Troop 5 Boy Scouts will be hosts' R. Porter president of the whole far away, lonely region

economic changes it desues. ceived by the FERA housing division -!I Lewin. sanitation; Margaret! Bcr.nal He was Isaiah Sellers, foremost I,, cane into I effect- did his new mark and hostesses to an aggregation of; National Bank through First'l Few Natives Left

To the second group belong the I advise they will be here: publicity; Dorothy Gomez, river pilot of the pre-CiviI War: Florida scouts tomorrow morning' ftitution the loan are made

social Fecurity program, the I, about November 1, but instead off I[ art; Gresolda Garcia. housing; days who wrote navigation items;: fall., ,I for several hours. They will arrive -Key West to those who desire tobuild J t The story of the chain, the last

wealth taxes the utility act. and' preparing for three months. they I Hilary Albury, finance; George I for the New Orleans 1 I Ships Dipped Their Flags on the S. S. Cuba from, I'i far outpost of America's western

the New Deal for labor relations! will stay six months. j[ Del Pino. engineering:; Georgina, Daily Pie-'I, He brought the palatial steamboat -' Tampa.In i While a great deal has been possessions, is a dramatic one. In

-which was urged by organized Mr. and Mrs. Connable Sanchez, beautification and Mar-:I ayune signed "Mack Twain."I Ii |I "Prairie" on the hazardous the party will be about 100 I .aid relative to the Federal 1I0us.i .-| defiance of the regular order of a guarantee of_ greater!cently acquired three lots in Martello -t caret Page. recreation. I Iil' i That was long before Clemens: trip' from Pittsburgh to St. Louis scouts from Pinellas and Hills- i ing Administration and its method -' things, scientists say Lslsn'ts. in

security and better living for]I Towers subdivision and ifj' I I ever navigated the Mississippi, but!I! 1836, the first ship with state- borough counties and 25 from, of i issuing loans to citizens who J the groupbave been known to appear -

workers. i j![ after the end of their stay this! I the Hannibal Mo., author later I).I.I rooms to reach this river port. Duval county. They are to stop II III I are home-conscious, there are above the sea one year and

It would seem beyond dispute I season they decided they are just ENRIQUE AGUILAR '} Sellers was born in Iredell coun- here on their way to Havana. many lit lo! details in connection : disappear the next; and one grt

that, bj and large: congress has']i as much as ever del:ghted with I il' : heard much of the river man,[: ty, North Carolina in 1802. No Scout Executive Gilbert Bush of!I with the housing administration's, peak literally "blew its head of

been moving toward a soc:a! and1' !I the city, will erect a home on the LEAVES ON TRIP : wrote of him and placed the same!'' definite record of when he came I Pinellas county is in charge of; program which have not been : in 1912 in a famous explosion
nom de the title i l dearly explained. Attu. the furthermost t'''
economic system closely governed:,! land and become permanent resi- plume on pages west is known but he was oper- the visiting scouts. I It I o. o
bv regulatory measures from:! dents. of such immortal works as "Tom I ating on the Mississippi in 1825.I r On their arrival they will be't, There specific details and other -' group is 2,700 miles from Wri':

Washington and responsive in I Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. Given. of, Sawyer" I'I Clemens in his "Life on the Mis1 -I'greeted by the local scouts and phases of the matter will be i ington state and but for -slight::

many ways to what President:!' Orange, N. J., who were here last!I WILL ATTEND RAILWAY CAR. Sellers died in 1864 after a 40-1 sissippi," says Sellers' river career!,! patrol units and taken to see]I intimately set.forth by Mr. Hef: stretching of international law

Roosevelt has called "the very I' season, have written the housing I I MEN'S CONVENTION TO BEHELD year career in which he was con: began in 1811, the first year'; sights of interest including the lin and the entire idea and its : would be in the Eastern hoi n-, ;..

sound public policy of encourag department asking that accommodations -' ceded greater knowledge of the steamboats were in use. art gallery and aquarium. ramifications will be the subjects i' phere. The international dateline -

jug/ a wider distribution of be secured for them'I IN MONTREAL CAN. meandering Mississippi than any I, He died of pneumonia on a I Douglas Wilson traveling pas of his talk. I j I was bulged out to take in
wealth" other individual. He boasted of It; is confidentally! ]] expected that!Attu-and so Monday is almost
4U/1 for another visit this winter., ( downriver trip at Memphis. His' senger agent for the P. and O. 5. ,. : _
A Precedent :a record unblemished by accidents -i S. told The Citizen there will be a large crowd at the ;Tuesday there.Discovered .
boat the Phul Company,
They, too. will spend six months "Henry von re1 yesterday 'I I
I although ship disasters) I that he will conduct the j school to hear the :speaker as he M I r in the middle of t1 o
How 1 turned Louis all
such a venture tums out ]I' Enrique Aguilar, of the Florida the body to St as .
here.These were common the the' I cne of the most forceful I and lo- I 18th century by Russian explorf.,
river [ tour of the scouts and be with]I II I
will be a matter for history, but are but two of hundreds East Coast Reilvay car repair I ships docked along the levees dipped
I time. I II quent in the country and thos the islands-and there 1h.iis-
it is j their half mast. Ar-I I them until they return to Tampa.i iI
possible that future generations of requests received during the department in Key West, left yesterday I flags to |r who have '
His an idea of building ands of them in sort of
Tombstone a -
may be interested in this past several months asking for I afternoon over the East manda Sellers, his wife, had died The boys are a fine lot of j i those / panhandle
He buried the I I fortunate enough Cown jutting out from Ala. \ka
session for still another reason. I accommodations during the win Coast for Montreal. Canada, and was in Bellefon-|t 21 years earlier.FILIPINOS young Americans, he said. They,;I their homes I --
tine under should if possible j had population of 2000.:;
cemetery an odd gravestone I have scout band of 35 pieces! go' a some
Besides laws ter. The only trouble is that will attend the National Conven- a .
passing it set a itl I I I which still stands. lie j jI |f out and hear the peaker discusshis i who lived like Eskimos but looked
ordered ; and excellent orchestra. The
precedent. faced with a : is feared that the requests cannot -I t tion of Brotherhood of Railway CARRY I i an
t i I it before he died of pneumonia Cuban has made elaborate interesting subject.CUBABRINGSIN. : like Asiatics. Mainland horde.,
court decision struck at the all be satisfactorily answered Carmen of America as delegate I I government I'
supports of its legislative it is sai&HABANAMADRID' from Key West Lodge. in. Memphis. Carved in a, LIGHT TAX BURDEN i arrangements for the entertainment however so decimated the Aleuts
niche is the figure of a steamboat of the scouts Havana that when the islands were transferred
phy, congress went I Aguilar was accompaniedby in j
Presidential leadership Philoso-I I Mrs. Aguilar, who will spenda pilot bearing the simple inscription !I (Rr Awwelatrd Press) I I said Mr. Wilson, who arrived by Russia to the nit-d
"L Sellers." There no MANILA. 23. On tM States in 1867 only about 1 000
vised passage of vacation of several weeks with are I Aug. .I in Key West yesterday on
gardless of doubts to I'I' CLUB relatives and friends in :Miami.\ dates no further signs of iden eve of their new home rule commonwealth the S. S. Cuba, and brought with 285 PASSENGERS! of them were left.
as its constitutionality 'I' .
t tification. the Filipinos are r him a program of entertainment I Now, the handful of J't'oJ.'e; '

At a moment when I BIG MEMBERSHIP ADVISORYADVISORY Strangely endugh it was Sellers shouldering the comparatively I Plight which had been arranged by officials I make a living chiefly by fox farming -

friends of the administration even many felt who eliminated the phrase Mark tax burden of $5.19 per J and business men of Ha Steamship Cuba of the P. and I keeping the animals' in Pens
DANCESaturday Twain" from the colorful river much as hogs.
sure; AAA would be declared unconstitutional 9.30 a. m_-The l vana. O. S. S. company returned yesterday -
navigation commands. He devisedthe of !
According to the bureau afternoon from Havana with
for instance law
a tropical disturbance
is central
bell tapping system which replaced aduits, fixed taxation in Great
was\ passed enlarging and strengthening 24 about 150 TERMED WATCHMEN 141 first class passengers and nine
August miles northwest of Bermuda ,
leadsman's call which and Hens
I Britain is capita Nice
/ AAA C '' $17863 per second class for Key West; 127 Fryers
The precedent of bringing Come and enjoy the evening on northeastward moving northnortheast or,meant two fathoms deep. Its use I France $85.35, Spain $63.47. WATERBURY. Conn.-Since I first class and eight second class LJrc or Dressed and Draw.
the at a faster rate
most beautiful dance floor in ,.was adopted ,
quickly. Japan the United
about such situation stand. $3".64 and they scared away burglars tryingto for Tampa. Of the 285 passengers -
a somewhat reduced ANY SIZE
in the end as of the luostconspicuous the stat.- I but in intensity! Though Sellers' literary efforts States $33.19.Siam's break into a factory in this there was 99 alien..*.
one still attended I
of the session's monu- FROM 10 P. M. TILL ? ,gales by dangerous could never compare with thoseof rate is the same as the I city two gees owned by HowardG. .1 The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock Fulford's Poultry Farm
over a considerable
ments. ares.Caution the distinguished author who Philippines'. China pays only Rice have been.. designated as for Tampa with 139 passengers Ph.. SAO I Deliver
I advised vessels in path. used the same pen name, the river I $1.32 and India 259. "night watchmen." I I and freight.,

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.fed that difficult. ....................... 1
BREAKING A RACKET performer on
fCte :Hep llUst Wen KEY WEST IN i instrument. Her father will be, Today In History
r 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS remembered as a musician' in the i I
Published ally. Except Sunday ByI. ; .. ... ...... ..
.. INC. authorities : DAYS GONE BY Ninth Artillery Band which was I ........ .
Tub 'ITIZ."I<<: : I .n..n."G <<:0.* Immigration recently' unearthed -
P. ARTMA.:*.' Don Herold ; stationed at Key West and her
JOE ALI.E\: Am.t...., Bmttmrnu Mmmmftt a well-established racket, whereby I By i Happeninf Here Just 10 Years:' mother was before marrigc, ,l'nl 178.a--Jobn Sevier elected gor
from Th. Citizen Building ernor of the short-lived and forgotten *
Corner Ore n. and Ann Streets immigrants who have entered the United I Ago Today As Taken From Alice Marshall' of Key WSl.Iie':: State of .Franklin part )t
I The Files Of The> CitUea was born in the Philippine Inlands.!
.Only Dally Newtpaper In Key West and Monroe States unlawfully have been "shaken ;Tennessee.
County. dow for a1 sum estimated to be as much '
Entered at Key best Florida. Bgcond rtasa matterFIPTU'aljTU L I Another valuable corner sight Another important realty deal'was
'R as a million dollars a year. Automobile near oi Evanston was sold today in which the consideration -' consumated this morning|I .1866-Treaty of peace ending;
Member ., the As..elated Pre.. I war between Austria and Prussia.
Briefly, the scheme is as follows: A involved amounts to when Harbor i Xey wa puichaxU:!
entitled to use
The Associated Press is exclusively .
for, republication' of all news dispatches credited to racketeer finds out that a certain immigrant accidents are Illinois ? i I $40,000. The purchaser of this excellent by John Cate:; and I :
It or not otherwise, credited in this. paper and alsothe ; '' piece of property HSi Felton. The sate: VMS made l-yi 1
local news published here.'NAriONAl has been smuggled into this country mad heaven i" 1912 Federal Ch dren's Bureau
in ,i Reginald Pritchard, who has also Mrs. Anthony Bin and the price I -
C4TCPIAL or has slipped in in some other manner, bought other valuable pieces of was $15,000. ;j established with Julia C.

)f f ASSCUATIONGALe and approaches him with an offer to obtain You cant z I property. The piece purchased : Lattirop as chief.1918Australians.

: nAet /gj 5IIaBIICRI..IO naturalization for him-for today is at the corner of Olivia A telegram was received thist]!t
a. .
stop Duval streets, and was owned by in France
I morning \by Mrs. lIe)b-;;t
Tear _.... .;. _11ATKSOne ____.__...__$10.00 suitable fee. them Mrs. Anna Dominguez Cantan.. Roberts, announcing the death tale 4,000 German prwciur1926 -.
Six Months. -- ._.-_'. __.__d.. .--------.-.-.-.--. 2.50 5.00.thre. : 'v' This part of the agreement is usually I The property has a frontage on I I Miami of William Pearoa 1"1

Month Monthsline ..._ .... ..11Weekly I Duval street of 89 feet and 90', ly of Key West. The body -Died, aired 31: in NewYor '
carried out, by means of false records,
.. _. =:.:::: __._____- .20 + feet on Olivia street. arrived over the East Coast tomorrow *., Rudolph Valentine great
AD''ERTIIINO-JL&TE5" cleverly forged or ptherwise faked up for I: THEY USED TO ACCEPT SMALLPOXTwo I II and be taken to the home 1,t.ttle lover.
,.Made known on Application. I
For this service the racketeer
SrECULOTICE:: the'purpose. I, Chief Deputy Sheriff A. H.)of his father. Benjamin Pcrccp.

All reading, ; notice notice cards, eta of. will thanks l>. charged resolutions for at of charges whatever the victim can pay, gen- empty automobiles on a flat dented fenders.. But the bestthing; Mcinnis, Mrs. Mcinnis and niece Funeral arrangements will t,'- 1927-Sacco and Vanzettt
respect obituary crash into accidents in Evanston, the Cbart'! oto\. iron .
street: don't start up and about made laUr. executed at > D. !
the Notices rate of for 10 revennd is to be derived are ft cents a line. "citizen" is satisfied with the arrange- You have to put people into automobiles In 1933 Evanston removed or reduced from Miami where they
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discussion before you can have accidents.: billboards, hedges and fences at stopped Briefly on their return Cards received from Mrs. Roland -!
of public Issues and subjects of local or. general ment, which he has voluntarily agreed to. Automobile accidents don't occur 530 corners. I from a vacation spent' in the Adams. who is spending the'I''I! PALACE
Interest but It mill not publish anonymous cgmmurlcations. '
But this is only the beginning of the I they are practically planned. Kreml took a policeman off the Lake mountains of North Carolina, summer at Saluda N. C.. with !
Recognition of this fact is the first Drive where no accidents were occur- hf'J"j' Marian Marsh-Alan' Hale in
daughters : and
in reduce automobile ring and sent him into a foreign district I spending a time at each of the llis."l'SIary 1.11
game. He is now in the racketeer's power, step any fight to
Nudists should, but do not always, I accident records. where, in one year, four pedestrians famous cities Asheville and I lia Adams. and her daughter : The Eleventh Commandment
and through threats of to immigration law. Mrs. Gerald Adams and ;,.
the naked truth. exposure A smart policeman-Lieut. FrankM were killed and acores injured. He also! Hendersonville. The travelers say II son Comedy and "The Miracle
speak officials he is blackmailed into V.reml-an Evanston, 111., bad this engaged in safety education in that that at Coney dsland it was too Gerald jr.. state that the party isj:1 i Rider"
theory, so they put him in charge of district. Next year not one pedestrianwas warm for comfort, bui in North'I having a delightful time and i is|I,I
paying for protection from the law in- the anti-accident campaign in Evan- killed in that district. M.tineei 5-1Oc Night: 10-lSc
: pleasantly located at Iona Lodge. ;
is ticket in Evan- Carolina blankets at night were a
Free speech is all right, so long as we There no fixing I
definitely.The stonHe has cut the Evanston motor car ston. In one year 676 cases were delight. I I. -- .-. .----- ---
are free not to listen to it. racket is now being investigatedand accident and death rate to such a point "withdrawn. But in 1933 only 19 I
that many cities by comparison should cases were withdrawn.
a round-up of the criminals has begun be ashamed of their records. Evanstonis These are just a few examples of Monroe county is about to II j

When the meek inherit the earth the under the direction of S. H. Kaufman, a one of the safest cities of the United Kreml's methods in Evanston. in undergo a complete metamorphosis
attacked accidents
Slates, automobilely speaking. Kreml has and the next few will
government will take it for inheritance special assistant to the attorney general. Policeman Kreml insists on a full Evanston as doctors would attack the need for enlarged years school heel' Why Take Chances'of
He's swatted
record of EVERY accident ia Evan- yellow fever mosquitoes. '
tax. Some arrests have been made already, and Eton-even il it is nothing more than them. facilities. It is therefore hoped

Kaufman claims he has sufficient evidenceto that there will be a large number'
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of voters out at the regular biennial Food
The business pump has been primedso convict 10 government employees at ........................ 00 0.0..!.0..0.......... I election in this special school! Spoilage

much that it has formed an incurable Ellis Island alone. tax District: No.1 on Wednesday ,

habit. Those engaged in this vicious practiceare THE WEATHER Today'sAnniversaries August 26. Nominees for school when for as little as SEVEN

not only guilty of blackmail, but are ........................ trustees whose names will appear CENTS A DAY you can ,10.'
in the ballot are Charles H. Ket-
First a chicken in every pot, then a violating the immigration laws. Either of- T Temperatures .......................I chum, George A. T. Roberts and have the protection that a

fense deserves swift and drastic punish. Highest! --,. ._ .. .. ......- ....____-87 1768-Sir Astley P. Cooper Robert Kyle. Spaces are on the General Electric Refrigerator -
car in now a governmental
every garage -
Lowest .76 famed English surgeon born. Died ballot for writing in names of Foods are M
employe in every family.It ment. Inasmuch as the government has Mean ____. ___... ...._...__.82 Feb. 12, 1841. I I others who may be chosen. All registered gives you.
promised immunity to aliens who will testify Normal Mean .. ....83 qualified voters, who are kept at a constantly ideal : l

against the extortionists, it is likely Rainfall.Yerterday's 1769-Baron de Cuvier, famed I free-holders are entitled to vote. temperature. The'refrigera- i... s
is said to of
cost an average $67.89to Precipitation .62 Ins.
later French naturalist born. Died tor with the sealed-in-steel
that most of the latter will sooner or ,
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convert a New And thena Normal Precipitation
find themselves behind the bars, where Thin record Meets :..-.... peeled May\ 13, 1832.1781John. Editorial comment; Do not complain mechanism needs no atten-
lot of them won't stay put. rndinc .! fc .Vterk Skis mtmrmtmf.Tomorrow's because this paper publishesthe tion-not even oiling-and
should be.WORK
they .
Almanac f{. Berrien. noted fact that have been haul-
Sun rises .......___......n.. 6:05 a. m.;. you carries a five year guaranteeon
and The avoid |
Georgia jurist senator attor- ed in court. to w \a \
Advertisers in Key West, expectingfall San sets ...."...__._......_ 6:64 p. ney-general under pres. Jackson, this up is to conduct way actions so, its most vital part-the
FOR HIGH COURT Moon rises ..._........... 2:06 a. your HOLDS(! All THIS FOOD I
business might as well plan to advertise m'l born near Princeton, N. J. Died as to keep out of court.A mechanism.
Moon sets ..._.._._...._ 4:08: p. at Savannah Jan. 1 1856. 2 Qm.milk 2 S f><*.mtm
.. .
intelligently in a medium that people 1 cud | Ib. btuirr
When the United States Supreme Tomorrow's Tides Electric refrigeration is a 2 pl.cum*- 2 ca Inutitiice
read. A.M. P.M.!!. signal honor was won by Miss t bottle as.p

Court meets in October in its magnificentnew High .................. $):10: 8:03: 1788-Joseph G. Totten noted I Alice Dillon, daughter: of Mr. and necessity and not a luxury. Iwcoa 1 bottle 1 cherries lbw" ro.n.1 o 2 bead Ib*. v

marble temple of justice for the first i Low ......nn.......... 1:39 army engineer in the War of Mrs. Earl Dillon Tormerly of Key It is Economical, Safe and :2.l Ib*.:tonitoc* .c.c.rber I b..d, }
The government the farmer for 1812 and the Civil War, born at West, when it announced
pays Barometer 8 a. m. today was recently Durable. Ask the hundreds rclct :aar.p.Ir..t 2
tim.e, it will have an unusual number of important I New Haven,Conn. Died in Washington Mateo lemotl. S. dozt*) < .:**
not planting cotton, and for not planting I Sea level, 29.92.WEATIIEK in San California, of satisfied in 1 ur'uld drtuioc I Ib.
D. C., April 22, 1864. users Key .. .
cases to decide, mostly in connec- that she had won the coveted larii 2: hi'l er r. -
the little licked. It's sai.ers. I ql. was boats
potatoes boy gets a
FORECAST scholarship to the Muster Schoolof West. 2 quick decline I2O
tion with New Deal legislation.One tram
queer world.' : I 1830-David Swing. Presbyterian Musical Arts in that city. Miss ,!.. ID*. ol ic.l
of the most important of these
(Till 8 p. m.. Saturday) and independent clergyman, Dillon is the youngest musician to
concerns the AAA, whose processing tax Key West and Vicinity: Partly essayist and evangelist, born in ever win this honor. She is a harpist I
? Al] Smith in a speech made recently has been declared unconstitutional by sev- I cloudy with local showers tonight Cincinnati. Died Chicago, Oct. of note and at the age of nine The Key West Electric Company

:urged his listeners to uphold the Constitution 30, 1894. was said to be the youngest perdon -'
eral Federal judges of district courts. i t;:; f" \: //1. / in the world td become a per-
and to "keep it. We .
your eye on
Among other acts whose constitu- 'i.\'tl (, 1849-William E. Henley, Eng-
;wjlf I born. ---- -
that, Al. lish poet and journalist,
tionality has been or will be attacked are <
J:; a. t ..ral
; r Died July 12, 1903.
the Wagner labor law, the TVA's power JfT.lIII.t "III

Key West is or has been first in almost )- program, the Bankhead cotton act PWA 'I I'I! \ .. ,//h I & 1867 William Dinwiddie, .............00.000fC000.f0000,..0.tC,oe0..S.000S.SS.,0.S.e...*...'.f >.

everything in Florida, but politics be- loans, and (if passed) the utility holding '\ journalist war correspdndent, .
anti manufacturer,
:ing what it is, we must yield to superior company bill and the Guffey coal bill. r.>.> .Jtl/i L b" Lorn agriculturist at Charlottesville Va. Diedin I HERE COMES i

-political number There may be others, but those mentionedwill I / I Washington, June 17, 1934. !
undoubtedly reach the highest court ,1L M :
Partly Cloudy Showers 1869-James Rolph. Jr.. San
-, Tom Heflin will be with us tonightat for final decision.In I Francisco mayor. California governor Heflin
: and moderate Hon. J. Thomas
gentle to
Bayview Park. He is devoting his view of the unanimous decision of variable Saturday winds.; born in San Francisco. Died j j

Jalents to a good cause and his listeners the Supreme Court in declaring the NIRA Florida: Local showers; tonightand June 2. 1934.

.have a treat in store. unconstitutional, opponents of the ad- Saturday. along the..east G If coast and in

ministration believe that several of the Jacksonville to Gentle Florida Stny'tsand the Florida peninsula being heavy To Speak On The j
East : to nt Tilusville, Fla. 1.28 inches and
Once there was a columnist who never measures named will meet the same fate. variable winds becoming Boston, Mass. 1.40 inches. Cooler i .

wrote a jingle about Mary's Little Lamjb. President Roosevelt and his advisers think northerly over extreme north por- weather has overspread north- :

lie lived in Egypt during the reign of King otherwise one guess... is perhaps as goodas tion; weather partly overcast scattered tonight eastern sections with tempera- I IJ
and Saturday, possibly: -
'. tt're'raUs of 10 to 12 degrees
Tut.-Times-Union. Tut, tut. the other. showers. the North and middle Atlantic I!

For the sake of relieving the uncer- I States;'while elsewhere east of the ;

which exists it is to be hoped that WEATHER CONDITIONSThe Rockies readings are generallynear
tainty ..
We envy Miami in its political cleans- .. f ,
above normal. .
ing. After the clean-up it will look bright, the measures in question may be brought tropical: disturbance!! wall ? v G- S. KENNEDY, J ;

t and fresh, while we and the rest of Florida to a final determination as speedily as pos- central this morning about 150 Officer in Charge. i
miles northwest of Bermuda move I
ore untidy and still have the unpleasant sible. nil; nort Orth2ast. or northeastward -

bath before us.Memory at a faster; rate. It is somewhat BENJAMIN LOPEZ jl Tonight At 8:00 O'CIock
: i
GOING BACK TO SCHOOL reduced in intensity but still i i FUNERAL HOME

I attended by dangerous gales over: Serving Key West
is most unkind to politicians. ; : .
a considerable .area. Half Ceo.t.ry v :
People remember pre-election speeches There are hundreds of young peoplein Scattered sho.-ers and thunderstorms 24 Hoar Ambulance Serrlc
have occurred during the Licenced Embalmer. j IN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM !
and promises and post-election actions Key West who must decide whether to last 21 hours in the Atlantic Phase 135 Welt 696-\\

often just about election time. If the, back to school this fall.)) Luckily, mostof States, and have been general

voters are forgetful, the opposition will them will be wise and continue their i .10F

generously remind'them This recalls the training, but unfortunately, there are F .', :

words of Woodrow Wilson: "The tine some who will* urn a deaf ear to the coun- :

has come when the man who says one sel of age, and seek to make money at about
will be consult
We pleased to have you us
thing before election and then does another once. i

thing after election, will shortly be retired It is, we admit, a temptation to young how you can 4 4I

to very private life.". ?' men and women. To get out for one's self V

and earn independent support is a rosy w : i

Franklin (not the one you mean but prospect until one has tried it for a decadeor I Build, Buy, or Si :_ :

be borrower two. However by that time the op- L' :
Benjamin) cautioned neither to a .. i : i

: nor a lender. That was sage a'd- portunity to go to school has vanished, and ; Refinance Your Home i iI

vice as a general thing, but men who ,i it is too late to wish for a better education.The .

lusted for power became lenders to havea Citizen can do little to persuade l I i

whiphand over the borrower. Likewise, errant pupiL that their best job this fall or repair or modernize any type of .

the brain-trusters, mindful of the Scrip- and winter is to be found in the school, but II building on insured credit ;

tural quotation, "the debtor is the servantof whatever little can be done along this line I
South Florida & Co. i iI
the lender", seek to enslave the peopleby we want to do. We urge all who possiblycan i Contracting Engineering

urging all to borrow from the govern- to continue through high school and +! The First National Bank of Key West t .
I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
ment. Then it will be an easy matter to college. It means money later on; don'tforget :

force its will on the nation, and the govern- it. Even if the family burden mightbe 1 e .

ment not capitalism will be our,master, and lifted slightly today by the addition of : Approved Mortgage Under the "lf : "Your home is worthy of.the best"S

we will jump from the frying pan into i the another worker it will be eased more in .. \.
lire? This eventuality is far off, but peer- the future :years, after the process of ..................................................-....................

Ing into the future is not amiss. education is completed. _..'. ;I'.I'.III' '
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AUGUST: 23 1935. '

. MADE -r PLAN AMATEUR eeeteeeee.eee.eeeeeeeee.CLASSIFIED ;j DIAMONDBALL

::- V fORALie STANTON rfmfJt& A.

bitter BrYO"lJk sera that 6,,Moore...... ifmarry neon tae- Ana ne said he bad strained his arm BOXIPTCCONTEST! COLUMN i; GAMES SUNDAY

i." kr employer.+ Mark: jllftrry. rather badly and was afraid becouldn't SPORTS
.oo. .a *&. frtm4e4 marriage .f ) I
Laurit and Rss can 6. tipvte of manage the trap alone and II.i (By JOVE)
Rtx 4ticMt ftte frofottd Pacific all the others had gone. I'm glad yon (By JOVE) The Social Diam'nd all League
ttykt ttltfc 4Iberr co command* didnt sack him. Mr. Albery. He The American Legion will in the FOR RENT2UXGALOW
matt ef*.air rostra of tin world. I will play a doubleheader Sunday
.h. *. teave 41bcry office high won't do It again." next few weeks hold an amateur 4 rooming at the
tip <* a *" ten. tfcrov<;fc a kola <. tAG catiralfc. In London on the boxing contest and boys from the I FOR RENT-Modern .I In the first :came: .the Bayview
Her and Albety" start at eadto Acr following $unday.He conveniences and .
l. horror flyweight division, 110 pounds to garagesApply !: Stars will pla the Service ten,
rang up Mrs Steele from the 1 I Valdes Bakery. '\
:nd it* the second
Chelsea flat, which he was still occupying << J heavyweights will participate. aug8.1 me game Light-
Chapter 29 at Albery's urgent request CHICAGO CUBS The winner i- each division will 'I will tackle the Service

DISAPPOINTMENT'A or rather, command. Albery said It DOINGS AROUND THE ,GOLF UNKS I be declared the champion ama 1 FURNISHED 4PARTMENT, mod ,

CROSS six was necessary for their plans that DOWN\ GIANTS IN I' tear of his the and ern conveniences, 628 White or j i 1 i boys will be the
the foot gulf the! two Rex should use It when In London division in city Gaiti's Barber Shop aug6 bqfme club in Loth games,

men looked at each other. Rex after Laurie had left (By GRAVY) : will receive a prizeArrangements !i I The fir t contest!!\ will hp called

Moore had In his miracnloua act of Rex did not want to see Mrs 10-INNING TILT e :; are being made| BICYCLES-WE RENT by the,: promptly! at 9 p. m they will be
Steele. but be could nefer get over Hour, Day or Week. Repair! two !'even- nmn!.' games_
laving himself, landed on the far: I Either Joe Lopez is a good golf number 17 when Joe Lopez and I to enter the amateur tournament all I I
his bad conscience where she was I i makes and paint them with ..................... .
ther aid*. concerned. He had' behaved to her I manager or else be put the Indian I CookieT :Mesa managed to put of the state, which is held every!I NuEnameLVe carry a full I!I. .

"If anything; had happened to ypn with such rank ingratitude.She DETROIT DEFEATED BY RED sign on Bob Spottswood because? across a point and thereby defeat year. Boys of the city who want 1 supply of parts. Agent! for the!; Today's Horoscope
dear fello... I should was at home and Invited yesterday when all was added and!l Rollfast I
my have him condition and
never to enter thiscontest Dayton !
: to get in Bicycles.
to come to lunch with that throb of SOX; BROWNS DOWN YANKEES divided and etc. it was found that Clem Price and Norman Artman. And sell them low J i........................
forgiven as 5.00'
myself said as
Alberjr. "I they register with I
am emotion In her high-pitched voice ; REDS VICTORIOUS Curly-locks had 14 points and the? Joe had to have a 36 on the back may down and $1.00 per week. W 'J][i Holding much of the nature oft
responsible for my men. that made him Colonel had but one point which! any member of the American Le- the preceding days, the attainment -
so uncomfortable. nine to do it though so he ought I Ilion Buy and Sell all makes of used !
'Oh. don't worry!"- replied Rex: "1 thought 1 was never going to OVER PHILLIES makes it look like Mr. Lopez hada ; to have won something. At the who have an instructor in I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.J I, of success will reach its climax -

and. last to show that nothing had see you again" she said when he winning team. I turn the i their hall to get the boys ready Stowers company 515 Duval i!i here, weakening in those born
arrived. But this time there I twosome as the day draws to "lose. The
happened to him he leaped over the was no a
for the tournament. street. aug9 i i
reproach In her voice only nn- I <"Spend !. The lttlzr_) i was 3 up but they couldn't hold j { full force of the power will makea

opening and landed lightly by lifeemployers shamed delight which made him fee] NEWORK, Aug 23., The The first aggregation to leave:( the lead. That team gave Spotts- There will be classes l on Physic- PAINTING II ruler of men. or a master! of his

ilde., "Ton caD give me very small and unworthy Chicago Cubs went to victory ovei the tee included Samuel Hams as i,; wood his only point of the day.,1 j al Culture and reducing and in- I profession: enterprising, coura-

another_ drink. If you like." be said. He explained how busy he had the New York Giants in an eleven- usuaL For a partner Samuel had so Bob says they deserve a medalin 1' creasing weight. Any one interested -I GOOD PAINTING calls for a'i' geou and steadfast, he will make

"I could do with one now. And then I been as they sat In the sitting'room inning game, taking the contest I Editor L. Poly Artman Jr. That. staring off a whitewash for his 1 may apply All these' classes i,; combination of skilled workman I'I many friends. be fortunate in mart -

111 get; off to bed." : of her luxurious suite. And then by a score of 4-3. I Junior business is to fool all readers -, team. Of course next time C'em! 1 will be free of charge. Details of! ship and reliable materials. \\ t Fled life, and attain the ambitions.

Mark" Ubery sat on In his chair realizing that he might have had the I The Browns and the Yankees I of papers published on the and Normie say things will be different these classes will be published;: employ both. Ask for an esti-I I
decency to pay her aome slight attention took turns trying to lose a ball corner of Greene and Ann streets I later mate. Clifford Kerr, contractor -
for time
some after the airman had
: such sending
as flower or game and St Louis finally the 'You see when some reader is 512 William !
got i street Key !
(one. an Invitation to a.meal and a chow best of a ragged contest 12 to 9. looking for the editor (Mr. Art-j!i Bob Stowers had a pain in his'iI West, Fla., Phone 684-R. I I \ I

There were papers In front of him he ended afraid UP awkwardly"I'm Washington buried the White man) to beat him up on account,,,I foot and Daddy Sawyer had a pain I NO DIAMONDBALL ang7-tf I j 1\F\
04 his desk but he was not lookingat I'm not fit for civilized of "stummicL
an article lie his
Sox under a barrage of base hits, why naturally is, in so neither oneI 1 1I
them. There was a contemplative Wanda. I must seem abominably* banging out 15 safeties against directed to Mr. A. Jr., which eaves!I j i came out. That left, Bob Spotts- AT PARK TONIGHT I PIANO TUNING

expression on his face.Ilia eye were Sad Sam Jones and Jack Salveson a lot of wear and tear on the', wood and Samuella to play by
'My dear I know how
almost shut you only
live for your job." she answered i foe; a 7 to 4 triumph, their secondin Boss. However we are talking; themselves tot as soon as they had i I --- I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo. rt
The madness- In Ha brain fed by erously. "As long as yon don't try gen-to I as many games at Chicago I about golf scores. It seems 'that! played a couple of holes along )I! I reno. Excellent piano for sale

the accident was Increasing.. was pay me back what you think yon owe The Boston!!' Red Sox climbed the team of Harris-A'rtman put in came Otto Kirchheiner and HollonBfraJ4i. ; (By JOVE) I cheap. 1018 Division street.

growing beyond controL me with money! That hurts too over the more or less recumbent, many long hard hours, ofpractice .Bob says "I'll take i I The diamondball game; that wa jly25-I mOl Hire This
While Rex Moore was alive, Laurie much. I have a terror of opening a forms of the league-leading Detroit I Wednesday and were in fine Otto and, ,give :you Hollon." but, previously scheduled for tonight I I

other would man.not give He knew a thought that to any letter again like that last one you Tigers to regain third placein I fettle until they met their Waterloo -; along alKrat the fifteenth hole Bob between the Lopez Funeral Home j ROOMS iJ i Army Of

beyond a sent me!" the American League standing I in the. shape and size as wellas wished he had said otherwise. Hoi and the Busy Bee teams, was call .' J
doubtIf '''
Rex with a 10 to 9 victory over Detroit I looks of Pious William Watkins' Ion was receiving some jokes another d 'ed off because ex-United States; -THE MUNRO"-Rooms unex "Salesmen"THEY'RE
to the floor Moor. had fallen down on HER eyes were misty: her large and Papa Russell Kerr. Now the;: remarks about that "funny" ,', Senator J. Thomas Heflin was to ; celled in price and location'r

have been dead of the by hangar now. he would j eager red mouth trembled as AI Hollingsworth held the Phil last named gentlemen are no gentlemen shot of 'iis but Otto saga he is going J'. make use of Bayview Park in a t;i; running water. 128 N. E. 4th'! THE ADVERTISING

He would have been out of the: way. she gave him a smile of pathetic ten- I lies to three hits, two doubles and I!I! on account of they sink to learn it himself On the :; speech on outlining the housing!*; street, Miami, Fla. jly26-lmox: COLUMNSof

_the. next say- Rex- Moore again dernellL! I a triple, as the Reds pounded out]I|I'putts on holes where everybody: long game Otto had the edge j I program.s ; J Jj I I FOR SALE

came "ip to Alberta omce In the The man was touched. a 9 to 1 victory in the opening else misses.. Sweet Elyssium says but on the short shots and putthe j This game will be played Tue I I
hangar and laid on his employer' They talked of all sorts of things game of the series.A I that is so because Pious knockedin would lose. When all was over j, day night when a benefit will be -
over the delicious and light lunch the team of llon-Sam> six] ,' played for Griffin, whose LOT, with two houses.
desk a little bundle of bank notes pitching duel that was one of a few that ordinarily he would were Cyril
This Is the other half of the his eon. Wanda skillfully led him on to the outstanding:: of the seasaon in use a spoon to make. Anyhow up and since there were but fix] J I! wife died this week I Reasonable. 1209 Pearl I\treet.1.lI The Key West

money yon lent me," he said."Thank his own subjects lie told her about Cleveland produced a 1 to 0 victory I Sam and Poly got zero and WilhamRussell more possible points to play the ,i As an added attractions there I aug20-Ctx

you very much preparations for the Pacific for the Philadelphia Athleticsin l got 3 and a coupleof Bob-Otto team gave up in despair l! will be a race between the r.lay- PERSONAL CARDS 100 CitizenThey'll
flight and she said she printed
"You didn take- long paying It to travel to South America would with him love I the third! game of their series free steaks. and says they agree, to buy dinner J I jcrs I to determine which is the fastest | cards, $1.25. The Artman
back. Rex." said Albery. He spoke with the Indians. for Sam and Italian circling the bases and in a I
on her way home. Perhaps she could I Ii i Press tag? take
with Indulgence and yet a touch of, The summaries follow: I II I 1100-yard dash. and also the one j! your messageto
sarcasm. It was the first time be had' arrange his it as he was having to postpone NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I i i Charles H. Ketchum will not' So boys be on time tonight and who can throw the ball the farthest. every home in the city

called the airman by his Christian departure. New York'R. learn a lesson and so he took Doc,, the dinner will begin promptly at i; SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c. and SELL 'EM waresor
He did not tell her about his acci- Ii. E.Chiczgo The Artman Press. your
name. It seemed as if the accident dent of the middle of the week. For ___..__._ ______________. 4 13 2 Willie Kemp for a partner afadj:' 715. Since Sam Harris was late ng7 services.

of the night before had changed their some reason that he did nor quite. New York _. _____.___.___._. 3 11 1 '! went out to give Eddie Strunk last week no one had to eat what i READS BIBLE THROUGH : PRINTING-Quality Printing tf

relations understand he would not allow him- Batteries: Warneke and Hart-I,and Melvin Russell a chance to he did not. If Sam is late this the Lowest Price. The An-'I PHONE 51
"I've been
lucky in getting several self to think of It It was too fantastic nett; Hubbell. Stout Smith and I win. But Eddie and Melvin crossed -; time he will hate to eat what all 1 YONKERS N Y.-Dr. W A.ji Press
more articles to write." was the re. and at the same time too dull. Mancuso. I i I' up Charlie's plans because,, the other fellows don't. And some i Woodward. 78, of this city, man aug7;,=

ply ."Journalism" seems a paying- He had looked death In the face I' meals paid{ for by Doc seem five of you guys who failed to play' are the Bible through in 18 read'! 'TYPEWRITING PAPER 5001 The Citizen

pm"When many a time but never In an Ijnomlnous ; At !I I times as good as when paid for by expected to be on the job, too, reading from 12 to 14 hours each i sheets, 75c. The Artman Press." ,
: you're
a public idol certainly Philadelphia R. II. E.
> way like thatIt anyone else. And not only that See you later! I ,
day. I
remarked Albery. with not until Cincinnati ____.___..__-___..._ 9 12 1 but it is that Doc is I aug7J!
was the end of the a good thing
genial cynicism.: .It', a different meal when the coffee Philadelphia _______.._...._ 131 .-. -.-- --- -
was bubbling minus a family at present or they --
tory when you've got nothing but in the glass globe on the table, and a Batteries Hollingsworth and would have missed the show last

apart your brains from flying to selL!* Try It. my boy box of cigars was laid by Rex's side Lombardi; Johnson and Wilson.St. evening because Eddie and Melvin

"I know all about that." was the before the waiters withdrew, that took their families. But Doe has -.

young man's quick rejoinder. "I owe Wanda Steele asked him the question Louis at Brooklyn, wet the consolation that it was not always i

It all to yon.: I couldn't pay for my he had been waiting for. grounds. thus.I /
"Is It true-what one hears, that
flights by writing about them.
you and wife have I
your parted?
"1 have told ron until I'm tired of Pittsburgh at Boston, to be t j The next .
"How did you hear? crowd was composed J
It that you needn't about hayed; on later date.AMERICAN .
"From several people I have met." "( of Charlie Salas and Old Eye
money put In Albery
He gave a rather doleful laugh. .I Sands' (Duke of Rock Sound) and
Then his voice changed. "Ton're "1 didn't think we were Important LEAGUEAt they'had a comparatively easy Who Rush To Give You' Service-Patronize Them
worth far
more money Rex. enough." Chicago R. II. E.I time with the around ./ ..
You're an asset-you belong to the "But. of Washington.._-...___.__..._._ 7 12 1 giving run ,,
course you are. Rex! The to Bascom Grooms and
nation-to England." public Is wild for the slightest bit Chicago .__...._.__ __.__.___.__ 4 !9 2; Curry
Hams. Last time the Duke
And. apart from the personal madness Batteries Linke and Boltor was
of about
news you. I was much ;f
very on'the losing side but it take
in his brain, he was speaking surprised." Jones Salveson and SewelLAt you I
the truth. lie needed this man more I'a look at him today you will find '
"Yes. It's true. You It I Star American Coffee ROSES
see. -weH. JOHN C.
than he needed any man upon earth.i that he and partner got 3 and
It wasn't fair to I
I her. mean my com- St. Louis R. II. E. THIS SPACE
And yet be wished him dead. Bascom-Curry got zero. Charlie
ing back like that After all that time New York .____-....___ 9 12 2 You'll find out how

..RE.{." he added earnestly "1 -without"You mean letting she her wanted" leave St.)Batteries Louis ....________._..Tamulis.....12 15 2 I{| use Salas that says wood he is club going or to bust learn and to I 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you trY FLORAL PIECES A

definitely want you to put off yon?" : Brown and i his opponent and partner both the first cup Jb 25c SPECIALTY
the Pacific flight I'm sure It will be "Of course. She was very sporting Dickey; Van Atta and Hemsley. wish him luck on account of part- 12 Insertions

best for you as well as for me. If you about it She did her best" ner hopes he does learn to use P L U M BIN G LARGO Ib 18c;

wait until we're quite certain about "What are yon going to do-get a At Detroit R. H. E. same and the opponent hopes he '' PLANTS and VINES
the new fueL If It comes off. It'll be divorce" Boston .._________.____._10 14 3 I keeps on trying cause he, gets no V. & 5., Ib 15c:.

the biggest triumph for you. If Itdoesn't "1 es. What else can we do?" I Detroit .-..-.-.--.-_.---. 9 12 4 ; better. Curry had another 'match PER MONTH
you can do the flight all the Roasted in Key Welt by SOUTH FLORIDA
," "I see! Wanda burst out Indignantly I' : Walberg, Wilson and on hand but his opponent didn't. DURO PUMPS
same "And you'll take Ferrell; Bridges and Cochrane_ ] -
the blame. turn
Rex Moore 'I up so Curry says pay or, no
hrugged his
Bbouljderskhia Rex. and she'll I II II PLUMBING STAR COFFEE MILL
marry Albery he had time SUPPLIES
a good playing
; angry, mouth looked I NURSERY
e ]ant as a child.. Out. of : petn he 1 am to blame." he said simply I' At Cleveland R. II. E.'Philadelphia against!! the Duke. 512 Greene Street $300

did know what It course 11011' did you know about Albery*" .....____.__..___._ 170 '14
would mean to him I PHONE 348 Phone 256
If the new fuel turned out "Anybody with eyes could see thathe's Cleveland __..._._________.___. 060 PHONE 597 \ ; .
a success. crazy about her. And. of course The next match was the closestof
He would be Batteries: Dietrich and Richards
the first I
man to fly at a he'a a great catch for a girl like all and was not decided until
speed hitherto believed impossible. that! ; Lee and BrenzeLLEAGUE

Although he hated this Inaction he She had I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
slightly forgotten
herself. -
could not deny that it was worth She flushed and MONROE THEATER Ii i SELECT SEA FOODSREAD
apologized. didn'tmean STANDINGS INS U RAN C E
waiting for II anything against her. Rex. I I Edward Lowe-Esther Ralston in THE KEY WEST
"That settled then." said Albery, know how chivalrous you are. And i MR. DYNAMITE Jewfi.h Z Ib. 3Se '

"By the way. 1 didn't sack the chap she seemed a nice quiet little thing AMERICAN LEAGUE Joe E. Brown in II Yellowtail Steak Z lb.. 3Sc Office: 319 Duval Street
who left the
You asked trap open last night But I can't help being angry with Club- W. L. Pct ALIBI IKE Yellowtail 0. Bone Z lb. 2Sc rGrouper
me not to. for one thing. I SUNDAY STAR
And It turned out to be Flood the her"She for letting hasn't let you down. Detroit. _.. ...__....__ 72 42 .632 Matinee: Balcony, JOe Z lb. 2Sc
me down. Wanda. ;
foreman of the hangar one of the Please. I'd rather New York _mn__ 64 43 .571 tra; ''''''; Night: OreLea-1 Saapper Z lb. 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1
men we could least spare. He was In have not discuss It. We Boston ____._.___._._____ 60 56 .517 S b smpfit1n 2 Per Year
agreed that It would ,I
a terrible state when I told him best to part" be for the Chicago _00_____.__ 57 64 .514 I Mattoa Fish Z Iba 2Sc

what might have happened to you." Cleveland u_____. 59 56 .513 Key W e.t' Only I Sunday -THE- Try Yr M..le At
"Yea. I've till. Comets Station Philadelphia .____ 50 60 ,
seen him. Rex replied 455 r Paper
carelelll,. "He's a good fellow I II Washington' __._.._. 49 66 426 PORTER lmomco Reataarant
know. He seemed frightfully; upset. -and Tomorrow Hit future sea commit himself I St Louis _.,___... 42 71 .57211/I 8 Business Office Citizen a B.d..r; Beer _______ 15.

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: do net receive
i,.,,,........................................... Pete Nebo was. a returning pas- By RED KERCEieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Director School of A.tomobit you your
by 6:15 o'clock in the
engtr; yesterday on the S. S. Cuba Jat..tloo.1 l Comtpoadcac paper

Excellent Program PresentedAt from Havar/a/ where he went for a If you'll make more use of your I 1 I School I,'I aflar._.. call telephone 51

stay with relatives and friends. head you'll wear out the seat of i and a paper will ... seat to

Melody Hour Last Night fewer pairs of pants. i I your borne. A complaint boy

Austin Williamson, special
u on duty at this offic. from

The ninth Key we lelody Dorothy Mayfield Knowles play- representative of the I' w0. The honeymoon is over when I 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the
t and O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday -
Hour last night was ;enta- ed, then the brilliant HungarianmarclV'SalutA. afternoon from Havana the grocery bill is twice as long as i I purpose of delivering- complaint :
: lend ? the time it takes to kiss.: t .. Help 100
tion of exquisite rou : ? Pesth" by II. I and after a brief stay continued us five yon

before an audience th; considerably ., Kowal ki. This is a difficult num- on the vessel to Port Tampa.J. I I percent .er.ic.! by eating 51
larger than tri.. of the Laugh; and the world laughs; with if yon do not receive The Citi-
ber the the march is I
on piano as .
Melody Hour. and someone will sea
eighth you; cry
After the Provisional Theme Played ''alm st< exclusively in oc: Gerry Curtis, assistant direc- ----..... to sell you a handkerchief.A AN easy way to clean spark plugs I
tor and supervisor of labor management I Is to spray them thoroughly 11'1'1'.1'1'.1.11.1'1:.
Song "A Melody in A. playedby taves. rFrtf P?. bravou rare re- with carbon
and Claude Gandolfo. tetrachloride. A few I
Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- lieved by a X beautiful' grazioso assistant supervisor of intake and ... A man is never so low but whatas minutes after spraying:, the carbon : Stalactites occur in the interior
Uuba, Dorothy Mayfield Knowles & certification find an existing ; will be loosened and can easily be I of the
with theme. .- WPA left yesterday enemy can lava caves found in Hawaii
scraped off. Then blow the
opened the presentations : This Was followed afternoon for conference with 'I .:ace on his back solid enough to spark and Samoa
A. Mumma's "March of the composition a. BETTER plugs out with compressed air. A
officials in Jacksonville.Miss l.'te.( .
Slavs." by "Comme I la Nuit" (Calm as the i hand fire extinguisher is useful for I
spraying the liquid but kind of Franz Schubert
any was one of the
Majestically with sweeping Night) by Carl Boehm, played by I be used. Carbon
power, this march was played increasing -I the director of the chamber mu- \ Sybil Bethel who was enjoying Bring You Prosperity We are almost convinced at tetrachloride spray gun can is inexpensive and can I 14 children of a parish schoolmaster -

: towards the end to tri- sicians. The melody sang with I a delightful visit with times that genius is something!: be bought at most drug stores. in a suburb of Vienna.

umph. calm grandeur, being one of the her mother Mrs. L. W. Bethel and !I BUILDING on the basis of the elude properly balanced foods it Is tha*, originates above the cars ofa 1

"Cabaletta" by Theodore Lack outstanding interpretations 'pre-.I other relatives, left yesterday aft-: "we eat to lyre" important that housewives adapt fool. Leaks in the gasoline tank can l-e
some food experts maintain that these menus to their family's
ernoon for hej home in New York. stopped with shellac. Remove the
commodore in the
was the next.number on the program rented by the I i we would live better if we ate bet needs. The following suggestionis tank, dry it out then pour in she! : Heavy Western Steer Moat
presented by Mary Eliza- melody hours. I I ter food. Breakfasts especially offered as a fitting way to start Oh for the good old days: when lac. Swish the shellac over all the I'
beth Grillion Sawyer organist of As a substitute for "Narcissus,"] Mrs. O. B. Roberts and two! determine our peak efficiency for the day feeling fit a patch on the pants didn't meana surfaces and into all the YOUNG HENS, Fat and Juicy

the First Methodist Episcopal) Dorothy Mayfield Knowles played children, who were in Key West I 1 I the day. In this era of change Fresh SIrbrrrPipp. replacement of a blue caglrsynboL Drain off the shellac and comer.j I' Nice Fryer
where vital *
problems to be
church of Key West. A spirited |II. Engelmann's "Melody of Love," several weeks with Mrs. Roberts'1:, solved, it is particularly are important Coclaml tank dry before refilling.the Genuine SPRING LAMB

allegro, the composition is somewhat -, a radiant sentimental creation I )parents, Mr. and Mrs. William/i;: for people to start the day with Chipped Beef Shorttake I 1 I Fancy Milk Fed Veal
reminiscent of the Mozartian which, although fairly simple produces Spencer and other relatives. left 1 I I adequate breakfasts. Hot Biscuits Crepe Jelly "Should a school teacher disgust box-office receipts for a show I I

Period. This impression was deepened -!I nevertheless a vitalizing ef- on the afternoon train yesterday j I I I Gay Tables Pep Up Appetites Coffee a child of crime, who is in- they seldom see._ j I! Bermuda Meat Market

by a beautiful technique_ of I fect upon an audience with its for the home in Miami. Try stimulating appetites by Chipped Beef Shortcake' Pull clined to be a criminal?" queries 1 i'
the player. j truly beautiful melody. The player I I' serving a very .cheery-looking into pieces the chipped beef froma a professor.! Perhaps so! -unless: The pioneers belief that the Phone 861-W Quick Service

A Valse Lcnte "Celeste" by I reproduced the number in deli Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Aguilar t breakfast. Attractive-.breakfast 2i! ounce jar an<| frizzle in twotablespoonslatter I t its parent is a member of the I Ii world was flat {roves indefinitelythat White at Virginia Street
cloths: may b& wade at bMt e. in ; for a few min
Clothilde, a graceful presentation :; cate style. left yesterday afternoon the I i school board. they were the first astronomical
over I your spare -time, out t-fTfen. utes. Mix two tablespoons! of flour I We are open Sunday MorniagsJsrk..vllle'
by Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-! A second composition by Charles East Coast, Mrs. Aguilar to stop I! yellow or perhaps rose linen with to a cream with one cup of water group to accurately predict

Liuba. was played with: tender-) Roberts. "!"Nocturne Opus 37'No. in Miami with relatives and 1\Ir.1 I I featherstitcbed hems and tassels aDd three-fourths cup of evaporated I The dizzy whirl of the present

pens and animated depth. 1", was well received by the aud- Aguilar will continue to Canada. I I I on the four corners. Alternate, milk. Add to the chipped generation answers the. question: anything"I
your cloths: choosing some attractive beef and cook until creamy, stir. II .oo.o.o ..
Erik M.eyer-llelmund's gay; ience. This was written by Fred- do frequently swim at : .....I.K ......
why we so
glassware which affords a ring constantly. Add two tablespoons i
"Arabeske" was reproduced perfectly eric-Francois Chopin and is one of l// THE SEMINOLE .
Sam McClintock and grandson: gay and pleasing contrast. of chopped blanched the head? ;
by Dorothy Mayfield his brilliant numbers. Charles Roberts Sidney George Lowe, left yesterday Plan a fruit cocktail that not almonds and season to taste withfew I I SPENDYOUR I: .

Knowles. A delightful allegretto., presented it with scholarly afternoon over the East Coast only does something for your ap- a' grains of pepper. Serve i The foot that rocked the cradle i '
I and distinctive His clean- petite because of its taste but between split-and buttered hot I f''
it to the earundoubtedly : handling. :
for a visit with relatives in Is- which also enhances the appear- biscuits. This serves four PEr- now pushes the accelerator to the i ;. ..
her best number on last night'sprogram. cut play both with hand and lamorada. I I I
ance of your table. Golden wedgesof sons. floorboards across a grade crossing :
feet is especially noticeable and pineapple piled in high :
green i tomorrow. I It VACATION J : +l
a Ii. ;
Coffee the Crux !
The next number was "Underthe I effective. glasses with red-ripe strawberries f r
Miss Marv Fisher who visiting '
t ,
was ,
is something to look at and :;;, : zsura
Leaves" by Fr. Thome. Mary After this severe number the some- Of course all the other things THIS YEAR IN I
with her grandparents, Mr. thing to eat! I There are forty-seven varieties 4 "
Elizabeth Grillion Sawyer p'ayedthe Quartet from Giuseppe Verdi'sopera count but the crux of a good I
composition with animation, "Riggoletto" introduced a and Mrs. James Roberts, left yes- Are You Inventive' breakfast Is strictly fresh coffee. of postage stamps in circulation, 1 FLORIDAuourmiW: t If .JmnJi+ ;

towards the end. a little cgitated. bit of lightness. Mary Elizabeth terday afternoon for her home in If you are Inventive you will) This beverage gives breakfast a besides the move to stamp out I f tJarkwavllle.
Xaranja, Fla. not serve toast and butter for large part of its lure and also three-cent postage stamps.A !
just as it should be played. It reminded Grillion Sawyer played this quartet ?1 ,
every breakfast of the week. Con- much of its tempting aroma. And ,. Florid.lies. .
one of a summer evening t1 in andante tempo and one sider the variety of hot biscuits that's the point. If the coffee is j (- R. GHIsEIt, Manatee
" in the Bois de Boulogne. could almost distinguish the difj Douglas Wilson, traveling pas- which can be quickly made with not fresh both Its taste and person is forced into being //II1'.nI. '\\\\\ A human. home-like Institution
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4. Commodore von Mietk-Liuba.j i ferent voices of the composition. Fen er representative of the I' modern biscuit mixtures fruit aroma will be conspicuous by exceptionally careful while I ....................... r you.. H. D. W.. then welcomed a guest!' i The last number of the pro- and O. S. S. company, who is personally biscuits cheese biscuits, whole their absence. ing the truth nowaday, in tell-I I. '; ter of great Importance.
r conducting a tour to Cuba wheat biscuits with dates! there Fortunately there Is one way to -o-
to the ranks of the Melody Hour| cram was "Invano" by A. Amadei not make himself out a liar.
I I and return for a large number of are endless opportunities! There be 100% sure that the coffee you KEY WEST 1 A .'eel fI........, kultdlsg 1-.....
Players: Charles Roberts, played by the Commodore. Like
organist are also English crumpets on the serve will be fresh. That Is to buy I I I. eke ...rt ., Ike city,
of St. Paul's Church. I I rare perfumes of exotic flov.-ers. Floridians arrived yesterday from market which need only toastingand the brand you like best that comes It might/: be well to keep in I I COLONIAL HOTEL I -0---

His first number was "Valso: j many melodies seemed blended in- Cuba and after a brief stay sailed: buttering In the kitchen In a vacuum packed can Coffeeso mind that when this generationgoes Krrrr Room with Combination Tub

Triste," a heavy dramatic com-t I to one complete voice threading on the S. S. Cuba for Tampa. while they are piping hot. and packed keeps fresh until it Is back to Mother earth, it may fa the Center of the Business 'i'an" Shower Rath. Radio KloctrloCelllnic
opened and has big head San, Slat Door for BummerVentilation.
various breadsticks which are so a
position by Jean Sibelius from! itself through the tapestry of har- delicious when spread with hot start on coffee packaged in any I furnish nourishment for another and Theater District Comfortable Beds with
the music to Arvid Jam felt's Mrs. Louise Whitehead Mattresses of Inner Spring Con
mony. and soi,
ter sugar and cinnamon and other way. The vacuum protects crop of idiots.. I .
ruction and
Individual Rr >
drama "Kuolema." An exacting I The last strains of the Provisional Billy left yesterday afternoon far toasted for a moment. both taste and the aroma and First Class-Fireproof- ; *'Inc Lamp oI

player Charles Roberts gave a. Theme Song closed another a visit with relatives and friend. Because dietitians have workedout makes you appreciate the above h--f': I I I. RATES
to Sensible Rate
well-rounded presentation on the Melody Hour which both in attendance in Miami and Homestead. breakfast menus which In- prosperity breakfast. Up to t lDg press : ..,.

"keys, supplemented by clean pedal and performancae surpassed I' Reno Nev., hadn't inaugurated OPEI I 75 n.e... rriva.e Bath
--- -- ---- SHOP Iw
--r.r---- r _..
curb service for divorce contestants R Private Hath 3JM
work. the previous evening. Judge J. Julien Southerland and I I 4 H...., Private Balk ....
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, RUNS AWAY 15 TIMES in competition to Flo- 24 R..... Private Bath _- __ a..M
I Elevator I
John Rice Fcott Garage
-- arrived yesterdayon 801 Waddell avenue. rida'a 90-Day divorce law. !. '...'* R__.. PrU.te Bath 4.05BLIGHT
the morning train from Miami I I Popular Price* I\rRKA' FOR DOCBLHI :
ASHEVILLE PUTS Arrange Dance for a short; business visit, and --.J I OCCUPANCT
Mrs. A. W. Arnold left the
on a 14-year-old boy of this city, was
left in the afternoon. Millions of dollars are spent ,
At --- --- -
Habana-Madrld afternoon train for \ -- -- -
yesterday 1\1i-1 found working in Chicago after yearly for amusement, quotes an
OUT EDITION TO ami where she will be the I I
authority. The taxpayer furnishes
from home 15
Captain Eugene Uemeritt. of running away
of her son-in-law and daughter,
Big Membership Dance is scheduled the, Monroe County ferry system' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wjtzig. 'i times. STEAMSHIP Co.

ADVERTISE CITY to take place at lIabanaI who went as master of the Ferry ---J I DAIRY P & 0
I I Madrid Club tomorrow evening at Florida Keys to Jacksonville where I ; : I'I'I Ii
10 o'clock. the vessel was taken for repairs, Mrs. C. D. Harrington, wife bf According to tradition ScbeI ICE CREAM MAIL ROUTES FOR

I Management of the club invites returned the Captain Harrington of the P. and I I nectady N. Y., stands on the site
MID-SEASON MAIL-AWAY EDITION the members to come out on 0. S. S. company, who was spending : of the chief village of the Mohawk I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
dance on.. what he claims to vana Special. Jla-I I a few days in :Miami: returned I Ii 'Indians. Milk, qt------------------ 17c: Effective March 18th. 1935

SHOWS GREAT CIVIC Viand; be the most beautiful dance floorin i on the Havana Special yesterday. Chocolate Milk qt. .......... 17c Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,

I I i !Mrs. Webster Russell and SCHOOL GIRL SPECIAIPERMANENT t Batter Milk. ql. .:.. ..___m_- 17c: 12:20 P. M.Leave I
PRIDE ON PART OF COMMUNITY I : the state. children were arrivals over the William, Vassie. machinist with I I -ion- Old Pot. ... 10 lb>. ........ 15c I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I

I Music for the affair will be East Coast yesterday for a.visit the lighthouse department who I I WAVES I Butter, Ib .?-.......-......_.... 26c Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays I I
furnished Del Wood's Habana- 6:30 P. M.
by ,
with relatives and friends. was away for several days on repair i I Nueoa: Ib m..................... 20c: I I
Madrid Orchestra. Two Permanents CfT flrt Tickets, Reservation and'information at Tlck.t Office en tie I
.......... 20c
work on machinery of lights Good Luck Oleo, Ib :
for uuuu____ I Dock 'P.... 71 {
'No more perfect example of LANDS FISH AND PELICAN Mrs. Mervin Albury was a returning on' the East Coast, returned yes- Richer Waves, $5.00 and up I lift's Cash Grocery I J. H. COST.\R. Ag..t.a |
the terday.
passenger/: on : I
civic pride and community Interest train from Tavernier where :she MRS. MILLER I 1101 Division St. Phone 29
has to The Citizen officein SARASOTA.-Just a. Styles Ocean View 1 Phone 574-J I --- --- --
come I was spending a while with rela-< checks L Apt. I -- -

many months than the M;d- Scott of this city hooked a two- tives. .***.*........*.*.*.........*..*...............
I pound trout, a pelican swooped I 16 MALARIA '- ---- I
Season Mail Away Edition of the 6 6LIga4 6
down and swallowed the fish. He '
Commander Ralph Spalding..: in,3 days I'. :"IIIIIIIIIII""III' : I
Asheville Citizen-Times under date succeeded in landing both the fish U. S. N., arrived over the East ,I > .... FOR SALE"Furnished"
of Sunday, August 18, 1935. and pelican. I
Coast yesterday to join Mrs.:I .v
The issue contains 61 pages of Tablet.
information and advertising Spalding and enjoy a vacation at SJ. N.. Dro fird"ci.r., 'i
ma Subscribe to The Citizen. i ( : "Make Your Pay ,
the Paper
I home of Mrs.
tt'fiall'etting forth in entertaining! Spalding's par-, TONIC" LAXATIVE I i r' : .t" ,- c : ';'
I >
style the many and diversified at- :I from every section; of the states : x.x < -,

tractions of this beautiful section !,I who spend summer and early ;

of the United States, appropriately -'. autumn months there. You Dividends! '
called "The Land of the Sky" :i The most convincing proof of I l k' : k.1

and particularly stressing the social ''! the belief in the city is expressed *' *

and business life of Asheville, { by the business and professional I i 1. IS

N. C. I men, county and city officials and
Profusely illustrated with scenes' individual citizens, in the more I 6s (, 1 I -, I.l, Ut I Prices

from the many attractive and de- | thr.n10 pages of advertising matter / .ii ; 1d 1/ ; Money Saving '
ir .I' 111 1
lightful opportunities for enjoy- Attractively presented and 1t! l ta11 1 1geef f !!

ment of life under perfect condi- evidencing that love 'or home and ICE
I Biil' .
tions offered in this ideally b located its institutions without which no USE I Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers ? 'cqat
mountain city there are hun- municipality can ever hope to t 1
dreds of photographs of citizens' forge ahea;:' I closely for special savings on your

ITS 'PURER! I II household necessities. Make your paper pay you

;;-&r.l.ll.irlll": ;' ;;;'.'., I r LASTS LONGER! I M 1 II dividends. The most interesting news in the ..: -

l i Ge d h: paper today is the advertising where you can

ICE REFRIGERATORS i, save many dollars on the family budget by i it tl l lI lcr I If.

: .: I I Made of all metal equip I patronizing those, merchants who advertise their .' -' ..-- ..... ,

OLD PAPERS equip'i ped with WATER COOLERS I. goods. 7 i f" 4r.: -

wt.. v > : 1,.. .
( They're Economical Ilee :: .--L': ;
..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....*'.......... i 100 Per Cent Refrigeration OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY-
I Satisfaction BODY'S PURSE. $

For Sale ill 1 I Priced at I ... ,
I A merchant who advertises his prices .. ,
1+ .tw house and lot at 1307 Whitehead
...... ...... ... ....:... 3O 35 I1 charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a tory -
and non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. street. In exclusive Neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

EASY TERMS 10 DAYS this difference? the sea and overlooking Coral Park
I "4 Why big
5 Bundles for 5c J FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S = : For price and terms apply to

ICE CO.l l i iI By patronizing the merchants who present. ,
25 in bundle L, P. ARTM N,
I week
S t INC. their prices frankly and openly each you

bmi help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT The Citizen Officeor

Phone No. 8 ,,, WEST.
THE KEY WEST CITIZENnf'.I.I'.4TI.lI.I.I.I".I"'I" t < .

Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
Make your paper pay you dividends. \

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