The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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[I I I For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.. Press Devoted of Key'Day"West to Wire the- I ".. tDb! e. 1&tp W tzt ((t ttt3tIl I I I i-_most country range Key_West rc--of; only-_* Florida:14 feather_*an Fahrenheit, average has_in the the I II


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Leaders Of Major Political Parties I SPEAKERS HOSPITALITY LEAGUE I State Senate Approves Resolution On


Would Silence 1936 Campaign Guns', CITY'S INDIGENOUS ,ARCHITECTURE I Merging Key West And Monroe County

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.-........:: :..........:..........................I The indigenous. architecture-of BO many cities, are looking for I -

Both Democrats) ,AndRe- Key West should be preserved I places like Key West, and this COST OF LIVING OBTAINS PLANS I Approved By House

UNIVERSALITY and perpetuated if this city is to I[

publicans Favor Post- : MUSIC 'j'jB continue the winter to months attract! who tourists are looking during ,'America seems to be Mr.the Brewer only one said left in SEEN AS THREAT I FOR SEWERAGE\ I Proposed Amendment Is

ponement Of Many Ac- ( MARGARET ZINAIDA VON MIETK-LIUBA) for unique spots in America to I I I He prefaced his remarks by ex.i TO GOLD FRANC SYSTEM 1 HERE To Be Submitted To

...........- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- .-.-.-'.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..--.. spend their vacations. That was I i pressing an appreciation for the !
tivitiesBy the predominating thought expressed | hospitality he and Mrs.\ Brewer Voters
The observance of National Music \ Horace Walpole who was not a
I by two speakers who addressed have found in Key West. It seems

Week from May 5 to 12 bringsto .! musician said "If I had children, members of the Key West;r to be genuine rather than a surface ; CLAIMED: ONLY DEVALUATION ENCINERR FROM TAMPA WAS

our attention not only a national my utmost endeavors would be to Hospitality League last night. I attitude he added. OtAseseisted Press.
BYRON PRICE art but one that is universal. -I I exhibit of OF FRANC WILL SENT TO KEY WEST WITH I
in the Mr. with
Chief .( H.!.*... lbs A..Ia..oI make them musicians because it Meeting Hospitality Corley, an TALLAHASSEE, May 7.
no* \\..klBCt... is the most probable method. of House, 313 Duval street league', photographic studies of some in-, BRING BACK TOURISTS INSTRUCTIONS TO SECURE I
Th. nor .ca.oned politiciansflunk From the beginning of time members, and several visitors I iteresting houses of Key West'j -The senate today approved ; -
there has been music: not in the making them happy it is a resource I ICOIn. I'
I I heard Henry Brewer Hartford, spoke along the same lines as 1\1".1 PROSPERITY TO FRANCEPARIS ALL NECESSARY DATA
the 1936 campaign U gsl. polished form that we know now, : which will last them their ) ., acting president of the i| Brewer. lie told, also, of the I II t unanimously a r'-

tint away ahead of it .lf. A low- but music, no matter how : lives. .** Winchester Arms Company, and service the Key West Administra-I i I olution proposing a con: lH -

iDIupa7 be expected. From infancy to old age arude'l I A greater realization of the importance -; Donald Corley chief architect tion is anxious to pe COT AsIatrC l'ress. I John A. C. Bogart engineer,! tional amendment to allo\
I been touched by it. with the Key West Administration -i local persons, through the May 7.-Prices ia'
from left the Steamship '
of music in the lives of Tampa, on -
Not only have ranking demoeratie .Although the.,majority peo-;, siationeigevidenced discuss that phase of KeyWest's '. tectural section. arChi.1, France, higher' than in any oth rl for! Key West and Monroe o, un
realize iU tremendous,L individuals and Cuba yesterday afternoon
pie do not i charm, I Persons, td
wishing to consolidate their
leader dided'.t..WJaite influence the fact stands. against l by the fact that so many of the Mr. Brewer, and Mrs. Brewer:! house, or repair one, may :country-except Soviet Ru>bia. a et18tilJ ,Tampa with'detailed flans of the! ty gov-

House conference to "Ia, low' any effort to.deny ;L' Although I I younger generation -are being I have been in Key.West since last'' the services of that section.in I'' in'the1' stratospheredespite; proposed sewerage 'system for Kcy"jWest. ernments.
"none of the stone may be left, trained along, musical: lines., This,! will return to'' efforts to bring I'I
politically for the present* .bat realization is another step forward November;, They designing and sketching cproposel! governmental :. ; If approved by the huc'
upon the knife after the tharpau-; t the. north tomorrow. :I buildings'without cast; : With the; them down to the level of consuisters" ;.. ,
the knife isi. keener i in the progressof culture sad intellect MvBogart was lento .Key L''the proposed 'aroendmr"twill (
the projected democratic nationalcommittee ing process, This season was the first the Federal Housing Administration:"
stoned Sucha because, training. in,music pocketbeokit.: S -,. \\ est by H. S. Ridlle, consulting
(or the use of the Bre..erhad. visited the Island
I' making available a great deal of j be submitted to the
survey of popular '"stone" is musjc. not only provides an outlet. for City, he said during his talk last i' money for this kind of work,'1 itThe:'' high cost of livinghas engineer for the FERA in Florida!!

sentiment probably will be post Lives have been strengthenedand : emotions, but promotes coordination night, andhile enumerating' through its local agent the First I II II been one of the-major arguments: and arrived Saturday. His in-, voters all over Florida t.1>
: of muscles and brain and actsas
poned. ; refined by it-homes and mental stimulant.In their recation to Key West grew I National Bank many persons have!i of a small but active group of in- situations were to get all neces-j next year's general elcrtion. -
shatteredby a ,
have been
of mind the
peace with the acknow- enthusiastic while mentioning .. an opportunity to make repairs or! flationists headed by Paul Key-1 details of the sewerage' .
On the republican side, such the lack of it. It is our belief harmony "universally unique" type of architecture erect homes, Mr. Corley I wry '
taught' ledgement of the influence of mU-1 i new :|naud who insist that only devaluation from the general,
j proposition
old-timers as former Senator"Jim" that if more people were II which they found hele.I I pointed out Ii I If ratified by the lle-:
the higher types of i I : upon the lives of individuals 'I i of the franc will bring!
to understand I "I have seen no other place in i In making application for loans plans which are in the local FERAengineers' ;
Watson counselling !: ,
are the Kt'yVe t"I torate the will be
music there would be less friction:'"I, and communities, introduced. I the country like Key West." Mr. from the FHA. it is necessary to i back tourists and prosperity. to! office. i: merger
which been
against any action now in the world. Melody Hour has t Brewer declared. "Many cities accompany the application with : Fiance. [ submitted to the people of
commit the to flowing 1 It has a two-fold purpose-to pr rj general plans were j>re-
might tend to party beautiful melody
A few houses
a definite course in next year's from one's fingertips can relieve I j sent to the people of this community have which sections typify ,an or era a in their history : plans there and is no specifications professional.and licensed since I,I I But the government inclined to I i pared some months ago to be in, Monroe county and Key

emotion to pre-j music in its highest form, I : fight shy of cure-alls, tried to attack readiness in the event the West
campaign. Watson thinks the republicans enough pent-up but here in Key West you architect here the architectural 1 sew'I for final approval.

should at least wait and serve poise through trying ex and to provide for those an outlet, especially of public the people have an entire city of j j section of the Key Wet Administration -'i, the evil at its roots. When ''I erage system was authorized, and The plan is identical with
still gnawing expression headed the I
It can and appealing Gaston Doumergu
periences. charming, ,
I have i unique ; will aid in this work in ,were made on instructions given
see what the present democratic restlessness of spirit. It can revive younger: generation, who architecture." :I| national truce government of' that for consolidating Jarl;
j j the hope of preserving per-
of. ambition and renew somethnig of this blessing to man- I by Julius F. Stone, Jr.., Florida E.:
congress produces !in the way stagnated "Day after day we have found petuating the charming unique 1934 he promised relief from I .
kind at their command.COMPILES ;I R. Administrator. u q onville and Duval coun *.
issues. I diminishing courage. new places of interebt here, and. architecture which appeal! to so ,: high prices and delegated Edouard i i'llerriot t|
The regional get-togethers to be .,-- --- -----1 they are all similar, insofar as mans persons' coming: to this city.'!' ani A'ndre Tardieu to]I I! The proposed: sewerage system! : approved by electorate la-

and r they represent a kind of archi-; Dr. Stephen W. Douglas who study the question. I wan one of the several improvements -' year.
held soon by the republicans :wm4r4BILL : REPORT lecture which i is different from'- first came to Key West 34 yean I I on a big scale which Mr..
numbers the Bread
in lesser by
l1 that else. I sincerely his 1 The Key West and 'T"f-
anywhere ago. spoke briefly telling of Stone said was a paramount issuiy l
crats, will hear a note of I Both former handed in,
demo-t INCREASES that in the building program of the Island! lie premiers ;''in West'
tion. The local leaders will ON COMMODITIES hope own love City. his ideas of making Key ; roe county consolidation!
JUDGE'S SALARY ,I (which in all probability will come said that he had circled: the globe I I voluminous reports but no appre-j,I"The Bermuda of America",. andj
vised to attempt no t'andi- :I I if you are to house the people three times. and Key West is the ciable dent in prices: resulted. was mentioned several times daring -; proposal is part of the rhabilitation --
with respect to : I II
especially (ny AuoeUted, Press) FOR FERA UNITS r who will be here next winter) that; most delightful place he has yet, Premier Flandin within a month, his talks on Key> West reI I program und('--'
dates. I delightful type of architect assumed office, reduced! "* -w .
game found ( after he I habilitatheeDuring < -i it |
Advance,}Shooting. TALLAHASSEE._ May J. ture can be continued. l The meeting last night was pre S bread prices by 15 per cent, bring-:t his speech in the Del-; k'nby1PE1't to put

The political guns have been -Th. senate today passed the NEARLY EIGHT THOUSAND I "With the progressive stages in' sidedover by Mayor William H. ing bread lown from one franc to monico Restaurant year when the city and county into a

booming !*to loudly during the, I American history' most places have Malone president of the league 85 centimes a pound. the Hospitality League gave its':I
last month or so that it would be Gomes kill fixing! the compen.ti I POUNDS OF FRESH VEGETABLES undergone changes in the type of who introduced the various speak- But Klandin's opponents claim banquet. Mr. Stone particulariyj' position to support thorn

easy to close the eyes and imagine .* that this was the spring of iy36) ,, DURt lOut: "and today it is difficult to program nearly all business was thrown to the dog. They say, and said that it was possible that !
not 1935.It criminal court of record of INC MONTH OF APRIL find a city or even a village wher.'' waived for the meeting only a comparisons of French and American work would begin on this project -----

will be a full year yet before Monroe county at $3,600 a I 'J'one kind pervades the entire com financial report from Sebastian retail prices reveal the advantages as soon after the close of the. SIGNS
the national conventionsthey I I munity. In Key West it does]; Cabrera, Jr., treasurer of the or- of a devalued currencyand tourist season as practicable. j j

usually meet in Junebeginto year, payable from county I, Narly 8,000 pounds of fresh and it is just what Mrs. Brewer! ganization, being heard. I a managed internal economy.' However M. E. Gilfond. Key J SCHOOLMEASURE
cast very definite shadows before received from the I and I have been looking for. together -| The meeting was attended by A pound of butter can be West administrator told The Citizen

them. fund l vegetables, with the delightful climate more persons than have been at a! bought in Chicago for the same this does not mean that the!,
this is period when Federal Transient Camp at Miami, have in W est." session of the organization in half-
Usually a I I you Key i money it takes to. buy a sewejagc system is assured although -
the political camps are conserving ,mm4AGENTS were distributed to Key Weit relief : Many persons, tired ,of the many months. They all receivedthe I pound in Paris. i he feels that Mr. Bo art'a PERMITS SCHOOL BOARDS TO

their ammunition. Just who start II clients during April by the heterogeneus presentation of message of the various speak-. Tariff Affect Coffee 1I visit to secure detailed information BORROW

ed the shooting is not entirely j[ CHECKING social service department of the I. architectural types to be found in.,, ers cordially and enthusiastically.I Milk. prices. in both-) countriesare from the general plans i U!I i MONEY TO PAY
clear-perhaps it was the left- II III West Administration.' _.- -- ----- ---- I about the" a.ame. DUI rrcncn another step forward toward the,! PAST DUE SALARIES
wingers such as Long and Coulh-I!: I Key dairies do not guarantee pasteurized goal; which has been the>
lin who were chiefly responsible I UP ON VEHICLESMINUSJJCENSES In a report to Administrator CUBA BRINGS IN : JAYCOCKS MADE I milk. French cheese is 200( Key Westers for many years and,,I, CD' I.i.f,4 i'-es..

for stirring things up. Anyway I M.\ F.. Gilfond. Mrs. Nina Ryder; II to 300 per cent higher than Amer- since the rehabilitation project.i iI l TALLAhASSEE May 7. \

a good many shots have been expended I Johnson director of the social 127 CITY POLICEMAN.. ican.Coffee 1 I I and Air.\ Stone's talks, has become bill introduced by Uonwz1.

at targets which still are service department, enumeratedthe PASSENGERS tea and cocoa commodities :I' a hope considered well founded pasted by the legislature auth> ,z.
vague and elusive. imported in both France and one which it is believed is
I amounts of the various vefe- I irjr boards of instructions n r > r RI ::
An effort now will be made to Cuba, of the P. and America usually twice fruition.
Steamship and are : as nearing
I REPRESENTATIVES HAVE and distributed, Mayor\ Win. H. Malone has appointed I I I ire' with a population nrt :-.
reserve most of the rest until the II tables received O. S. S. company returned yesterday high in ,France, because of I Ibigttsrilfs ': )
'opposing see the values l and figures indicating_ the with 100 first: << Clements Jaycecks' .for' j than 14,700, nor more. than J"' -
forces can BEEN HERE FOR SEVERAL gave } fr9Rt ,Havana ,., S?,. ;lBERNA'RD
I IDA. f 1 \ AITE" i| 300 -ta bonW'nwn*? fo!' t >
of one another's ,eyes.. amount of other commo'djtieiwhich 1 class passengers and eight i second t at One factor responsible" tor high '
as "
ht"N k mer chief: deputy sheriff, I llvwrpose: -of paying: past die >
Democrat ,Delay Surrey. : .YS.E, I .. $. i Key Westers 'received: : lait!1 class foV Key West; 18 first and; price of fresh 'meat in France lithe aries of teachers, became ''a
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The democratic great head %53 I Inun ,. f orfe scedndfclass for Tampa. Of 1 special officer e f el.i Key Wet$" culinary. difference between; I GIVEN Pti'SITlOfiDEPUTYSHERIFF Governor Sholtz ,ind
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JJON today !
I month i "I as- > ;
inclined to into II the 127 paasengers..30 were aliens.1 1i French ,anl American houser.;tvcs, .
quarters is not go> I 1 :{'l i I, ..Fresh vegetables received fruit ; ,Police Department .,,j j' it. '
.5 ) arrived yesterday .
details regarding its delay in send I Ferry Parrott French.women buy only.what tbejr : The new law-permits p-! ,!h' ,;
ing agents Into the field to sound .' 1.--."'" : ulomo.l.i j,the Mrami'camp! Included' ) !! 'I.'IOO; ( ':aftinoon'fromCuba with 15 cars Discussing the.appointment wii.lithe : t consider: ) "best" cuts ,and make;:S : security for borrowed mon .

( out voter sentiment.! l1tjJ'lrbC! 'IfTJ.JJrrtl: ;: ( pounds'eof'spinach', 1VS9Q: ,! poj oijs of (pineapples, 8.318 crates and' mayor this morning he lol-lj little use- of' inferior cuts mistews r--- I la. nue from redemption o1' o

It is easy, however to read be- bit squash.:; 1,040 pqunds of carrots foul miscellaneous! cars. 'I The Citizen that while the duties' and pies. fixes or tax sale certficatei :,-
tween the lines. The administration without the necefsary state licence 1,920 pounds of lima beans, ( fteamship Granada of the WILL ASSUME NEW DUTIESAS i covering taxes levied fur operating

is about to embark on what!' are being checked! up today by 429 pounds of beets, 280 poundsof Standard Fruit and Steamship of Officer Jaycocks will be the" ACQUITTALINliQUOR CHIEF DEPUTY UNDER i expenses.(

many regard as its most ambitiousexperiment Agents W. E. Van Loon and John lettuce, :390 poVinds of tomatoes Company, is lue to arrive from :I same as other officers of the de*-' :I _
of the bf 80 New York Friday. The vessel, THOMPSON AT TIME TO BE ,
-expenditure 140 pounds parsley : Due to the fact that Monrna
vast work-relief fund just authorized -I DiLustro state tag inspectors. pounds of turnips, 40 pounds of will take fuel oil at the Porter partnwnt, he was being specially CASE i I County has less" population t'r. iti ,'
These have been in Key and sail for Fron- assigned to watch traffic in certain DETERMINED AS YET
agents Dock Company I .
by congress.It 'cucumbers, 200 pounds of radishes :i the minimum hewn abo\. t >"

is a part of the administra-j West for several days and have i and 422 pounds cf colla'ds. tera. Mexico. sections. I,. ,|bill will therefore not affect th, '

tion thesis that the gained a comprehensive idea of the A number of commodities were -- PROCEEDINGS TERMINATED'I ,; community.'I. .
experiment will change the whole situation in Key West which is i received from the Federal Surplus''I CI.l"I .4r.4TI.: :I.I'III.dI..P; I| Bernard Waite was this morning I -
of the national life, set Relief Commodities Corporation IN UNITED STATES COURT I offered the position of diefI
ting course new and irresistible forcesof evidenced by the number of persons I and distributed to relief clients I deputy sheriff with the forces of I.F. FERNANDEZ JR.

recovery.Of up I in the office of Tax Collector -I These included 5,290 cans of beef,. AnnouncingBALLANTINE'S HERE YESTERDAYNot Sheriff K. O. Thompson, and has ,

Frank II. Ladd this morning canned vegetable, accepted the position.:; f
what value would a survey 993 cans of I DIES THIS MORNING
at time when 1,152 pounds of cheese. 6,930 can This information was given The
be, if it were a securing tags. i
S S guilty was: the verdict returned Citizen this morning by Sheriff
-still following the democratic Asked The Citizen how many of evaporated milk. 1,205 pounds THREE X ALE : :
in federal courtin
by a jury : Thompson who said he bad juit
view-everything is about to be of rice, 3,408 cans of mutton. and StatesI I I i Ishmael Fernandez, Jr., age: 14
had been summoned to secure United
of the Mr.
persons skim milk. the ease offered the appointment to
turned down? 923 pounds 2 died this morning' 40o'clock
upside 1935 tags Mr.\ Van Loon replied Commodities distributed: to relief against Dora *x>pez, charged with I Waite.; who will assume the duties years
It is expected now that the i J We Impatiently waited eight months to give & in her possession liquor on office time to be at his home 416 Amelia
I II having I of the rome; yet
the 45 not confined to k5 f
that clients
sounders-out will be put into the up to present were \| you the most'popular lOc beer' ,in' the State O: which the required tax had not I determined. rtreet Funeral service will b-
field after the new program is in had been summoned and there I foodstuffs alone, Mrs. JonhfOn'lreport I I I, held at the retidenc S .'cerc: 5fbirow >-
NAMELY Warner Beer. g been paid. Mr. Waite at his place
the month was seen
full swing next fall or winter. I' were others yet to&be called. shows. During 283 mattresses 'S This case was called yesterday'tof employment on Duval street and i j afternoon by Rev .V L.

R.Dml>Iiean. Waitinr: Too While nothing definite was giv-, 245 clients received 250( h: We havewaited two yeara'to choose for you, afternoon at the session of court i he said be will at once take up Maurcaa.
) h- i is l I ; 306 clients received what we .think is, the best 15c Beverage on the HalrtedI Survivor are two children: ,
caution is presided over by Judge the matter with his present employer I
[ republican en out it is understood there a sheets an equal number of pillowcases r Kt I lahmael. III. and Rufino Femandez .
traceable to this same source.: Ifl j possibility there may be some individuals ',I and the same number oi r't! American, Market S ._ Ritter and sent to the_jury at,I and as soon as satisfactory: .and three brothers Jweph.

the opposition party identifies it-J summoned to appear in buck towels.WHITMAN'S. 't We are now proud to announce that we are RW a late hour yesterday evening. I, arrangements have been concludedhe I Charlie:) and Eddie Fernandez.
mind with certain I The liquor was captured last I will take over the duties of the .
self the
in public circuit court and explain exclusive agents for, and recommend, Ball ntine'. IW Lopez Funeral Home i> to
Whitehead 1 1I
school of thought which holds the irregularities which have been revealed The year in a building on : office. -
Three X Ale as a wonderful malt beverage. J charge of arrangement -
is dream and a of I street. The lower part of the
plan a during the investigations I
I. 9 real champagne of all malt beverages, selling AatlSc. the de-i I
that occupied: by
delusion, and then discovers Mr. Van Loon and Mr. DiLustro. building was 1-
prosperity' is just around the &: SPECIAL FORMOTHER'S I KS fendant who, it was shown at the:i. AMATEUR NIGHT Truck Arrives Tonight

after all where will OT-J'! DAY W trial. had no accesa to the upper
nr. Mother's Day Flowers 'I Wednesday, 9 Till ?
policy get off a year hence! i part of the structure where the SHOW COMPOSED With fare variety .f FRESH
Four billion dollars is a lot of I] Glad., 50c 75c, $1.25, Beautiful. Boxei Wonderful Saunders Wholesale Grocery Co., Inc. liquor was found by officers. .I FLOOR OF AMATEURSHABANAMADRID I FRUITS a4 VEGETABLESLowe's I

money. Its handling easily could| $1.50 Doz. Candy-Reaonable PricesGardner's Mayor Win H. Malone handled CLUB Cash Grocery

make or wreck any political party PHONE RESERVATION Permit No. 22RBB-8O the case for the defense. United
-particularly if there was too: Pharmacy States Attorney John W. Hollandconducted AJmi* io. 7Sc. Ladies Free I' 1117 Division Si Phone 675

suits.much baste in prejudging the re-] South PHONE Florida 597 Nursery Phone 177 Fee. Delivery ["' ,1..11111,1111111' the rosecut1on.

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b( iirJe. iti1tS! .cm A DEMOCRATIC WARNING s... I r rI present system rind the ate; ',{ the ......e..e..e.e.ee.

....: l -TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1f KEY WEST IN more modern one, it ii the non.j Today's Birthdays
Publish Daily Except Sunday By Recent expressions by'J< a'd'ers in' I rI *en us of opinion that the d-.-![ :
\UK ClTtZKX IH/BLISHIlva CO. IMC.L. DAYS hone should 'be inst lIed. .e..S..ee..a..1.Cary
P. ARTMAJT. I r*....... Congress indicate that they .are beginingto GONE BY I I i|I II I Cooper screen star born

From. Th Citizen 1>1I1I41DCCO'D..r recognize the damage that is being doneto ,f Temperatures r Moderate south shifting to northwest I Happenings Here Just 10 Year There was a !i'tle flur*>' in rrjil i iat'I, Helena. Mont., 34 years ago./

Orccn and Ann Str.etst private industry and 'I' Highest ... ........................A6Lowest I or north winds over north Ago Today At Taken From J estate' circle fui.*lav when the I 1.-
alp Daily Newspaper. Key weak and Monroe, employment by ,I :::::::::.. ::.79I I portion and moderate winds mostly I The Files Of The Citizen 1 Over Sea Company soM' a il'ffl""j|1.i i Richard R. Deopree, president

Cellnl,. government competition. Chairman Stea- I Mean ....... ,..................................82l southeast and east over south I subdivision of 22 loU wn of Proctor & Gamble Cincinnati
gall (Dem., Alaof) the House Bankingand l Normal Mean ....._..........._..._...78 portion and mostly overcast I erine street. It toon thij concern j j I born at Norwood. Va.. 50
West. Florida a. second claaa matter Members of Robert J. Perry yearsago.
tattered at Key I I weather with showers over north I
bout and fifteen I
Currency Committee is the latest I just one r. "tutul .
Rainfall Chapter, DeMolay, are
I portion tonight, Wednesday preparing .
FIFTY-S1XTU TEAR to complete the d.-al ar. } get the
sound warning against continued use of I East Gulf Gentle to moderate to give a party :Monday evening at I I
Ye:t rday's Precipitation TJIns. : signature of the layer the
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Member .f Ik. A rr
I the home of Basil I Charles L. Pac of Lakewood.I .
.Lj AMOcla'ed Pre, U exclusively entitled to ... government funds to the. paralyzing ofprivate Normal Precipitation .: :09 Ins.i northerly! winds over north portion Tynes. Members f dotted line.Editorial.
;=; .r xepubiuatrun of all new dispatches credited t. business ..TII. cereal revers 2.I"'r......; becoming variable and gentle to I and their lady friends are invited. I I N. J., and Washington D. C..
'erwla credited In.. this and alM During the affair there! will be noted forvster-ecowwrnJst.! born a'
It pr not otl .. paper cadlag al K 'chick. this. .er..ag. moderate .southeast or east .;over I I and I II Comment: Are a
the local n**. published bere.'NATIONAL In asking that the automobile ride. This will be you Lexington M.cY: 78
new appropriationfor Tomorrow's Almanac 1 south portion. I a booster or a rooster asks the I years ago.
; side issue to the general entertainment
'tWTORIAl the Home Owners Loan Corporation be Sun rises! --.*....... ....... 5:46 a. m.!I and all of the -I Over Sea Highway oc'ation.
u ASSOCIATION held to the absolute minimum necessaryfor Sun !sets .....,._ ..._....... 7:00 p. m.i. WEATHER_CONDITIONS. I II will take the ride members who Do you do thing or do you cnly Charles G. Hyde of Berkelev.Cat. .
are requested to>> l., born Norwich.
.. CJYIentAu t93S meritorious Chairman Moon rises ... .........10:41 a. m.I,I I communicate at with crow! engineer, at
cases, Steagalltold |, Pressure is low this morning once Hastings ; Conn., 61 years ago.
Moon sets ......
: SUBSCRIPTION: ,HATES the House in open session: I from the eastern Lake region and I Smith or Noel Baker. ........................ ;,
line Tear __.._._...... uu -....-....---...-.-- ---$1. lie Tomorrow's Tide south I Ernest P. Goo Wh .f New York
lower St. Lawrence Valley
1.01 "There
Clz: Months are reasonable grounds for
r.,.. Uontke ___Uhum u_ 'h'__"__ 2.1. A.M. 1'.11.1 ward into northern Georgia Buffalo The German Steamship Schle- CLASSIFIED City, a noted sanitation engineer
One' MonthWeekly _. -. .21.111 expecting a resumption of normal business High ................. 1:51 N. Y., 29.76 inches, and from I 1 swig Holstein. with a number of : born at Decatur, MMu, 61 years!
by lending institutions. But it is impossibleso Low------------- 6:23: "8:35: 1 the upper Mississippi and Mis- I passengers: arrived at this port today COLUMN I I ago.
ADTERTISIHQ JUTES Barometer at 8 a. m. today: rouri Valleys! southward over from Hamburg, Germany, and
Mad. known on application long as we stand ready to carry on this I i
SPECIAL NOTICE Sea level 3009. western" Texas. New Mexico and I i is!! consigned' to the Porter Dock ........................ I I Richard W. Tullr of Sierra
All rendlnK notices. card of thank., resolutions business indefinitely with the help of the i Arizona. Huron S. D.. 29.74 inches. I company. The vessel! will take on Madre CaL dramatist and pro
rrrpect... : cbltuary notices,.etc. will be charged for at Treasury." WEATIIEFoRECAST I II High pressure covers most. of fuel oil and supplies and then ail PIANO TUNING I I ducer. born at Nevada City Cal ,
J rate of :s cent. a line.r'utlc's
for entertainments by churches. from which Government-in-business is a two-fold the remainder of the country, with for Vera Cruz. The vessel! carriesa PIANO TUNER, Laureano )Io-j 58 years ago.Archibald .
s revenue l. to be derived are C cents a Tina (Till 8 p. m.. Wednesday! ) centers off the !south Atlantic cargo of merchandise: and a large!; 1 1I I
Th. Citizen I* an open forum and Invites dlscns because it reduces the operationsof reno. Excellent piano for sale
tfon of pcbllo '.sae. and "objects of local or general I Key West and Vicinity: Partly 1 1I ('oa t. Miami Fla.. 30.14 inches, consignment of dynamite to Vera cheap. 1018 Division I J'acLefch of Farming-
nireet. but It will not publish anonymous commanlutlons. private organizations and individuals cloudy tonight ann Wednesday end over the far northwest, Seat- Cruz. street. ton. Conn., poet born at Jlenroe; ,
on the one hand, and levies heavier taxeson I I' ... i' tYe. Wa-h., :30.10 inches. Rains I I Ill, 43 years ago.A. .

This b National Music Week. them to pay for the inefficiency of bureaucracy -\. ., _..1'' >'.II.... /4lft -? j'j't ;: have hours occurred in most during sections the! from last the 24 immediate Unless the steps city to council clear up takes the FOR REN (Alfred) E. W. Ma on. noted ..-

on the other. And taxes take r I Mhrissippi Valley eastward', except waterfront around the Curry BICYCLES-WE RENT by the!I. English novelist horn 69 Tea -
Government waterpower would be all their toll constantly, ceaselessly relent- ; 1.... c l j in the northern Lake region Aquarium the proprietor !says he Hour, Day or Week. Repair ''i \4 :( ( : and South Atlantic States!! and will soon have to close the aqua all makes and paint them with'
right if could earn enough to support the lessly. 'J'
The of the black widowspider .
:, 1\. ';0 I there have been thundershowers rium to the public. It will be recalled -f Nu-EnameL We carry a full I 1 venrm
coal miners, it would make jobless.. .: : .. Mr.\ > .Ste all js} correct .minis'i ,, cqn- ,I ..... "plJ" 5I I on the Gulf coast New Ol'lean"-l" ) by readers of this paper' supply of parts. Agent for the|i I I i* carried in a poison sacand

: elusion. It is impossible. for :-.private ('It1J: : c I La.. reporting a rainfall o' 1.20 that The Citizen has on a number Rollfast and Dayton Bir1 injected through fang

Perhaps'animals-wou\ d as immoralas business to resume normal 'operations'1! 'as : bc l/ i I inches. Rains also occurred in por- of occasions called attention to the And sell them as low a* $5 tes.1
'illion' \ "!} ,""' tions of the northern Plains States deplorable condition of the waterfront down and $1.00 per week.
hum"am'fi'thj. 'laws business is 'cprr'etion"with .. f I '
were a t' long as "competitive' : ) -' Cloudy Windsgentle.to '1j and northern Rockies. Temperatures at this place and up to date Buy and Sell all makes of used! ,
which their support%
"1 .- ._: .., ; '!;I"if moderate winds, mostly: middle Mississippi and lower Ohio 'is the i"7Don't southeast and east. Valleys and lower Lake region. and it ia up to the council to place street. apr9-tf
waste too much sympathy on FATHER COUGHLIN EASES UP
Florida: Generally fair tonightand and have fallen below freezingover the waterfront in such eondit'or. l
that. girl who has been asleep during most Wednesday preceded by local 1 western Montana; whileel! a? to appeal to. rather than rr: >cL FURNISHED BUNGALOW, modern s.t

of the depression. She should be envied. Father Coughlin in his more recent thunderrhoTvers this afternoon or where throughout the country visitors. conveniences. 634 William .

discourses has abandoned some of his early tonight in northeast! por- readings are generally near or street. Apply Valdes Bakery.
tion; slightly cooler tonight in extreme above the seasonal; ] average.G. ; John W. Ross. southern manager apr27
The former Kaiser is reported to have militant political projects, probably due to north portion.Jacksonville S. KENNEDY for the R. J. Reynolds company -

fired his cook at Doom. Still some power an unfavorable reaction to his attempts to to Florida Straits:' Official in Charge. the man who made Camels' WANTED

left. Jiggs hasn't that much power over align the workingmen and farmers against -. --- -- ---- famous! is a visitor in Key West'! AMATEURS. All ages and sizes. t

Maggie. the commercial and industrial classes. ....... ...._............ and called at The Citizen office 5 big prizes each week. Can
I : : : I today. Mr. Ro: believes in the.
Father Coughlin, while a bit peevish and BEHIND THE LINES The Inside'i Of The News future of Key West, he !said an.h] your play an child instrument recite, sing! WE dance WANT or. { f f

Most of these Mae West jokes are impatient in the face of criticism, has the By OSCAR M. JOHNSON I i is prepared lr luke large invest. NEW TALENT. Habana-Madrid 1 r rI

very robust, to say the least.-Gainesville good sense! to realize when he has gone too I ............ .. .................................. I mwts her'?. I Club. Phone 220. may6-tf I I

Daily Sun. With the accent on the bust, far and he manages to get back to safe TALLAHASSEE, May 7.-Race pay r to be received by county officers Key West now has tinder con- 1

of course. ground. His one great weakness is that track operators are rp in arms i this is left to the legislature sideration a 'new fire aaim system I FOR SALE
.Effort is being made to I

his organization "The for provide I and the pay: of deputies and to replace the preset one.
present League pension for the aged out of''! The will instead'of FOR SALE-New Home Sewing ,
new system: us
Modern bookkeeping may not be so Social Justice" is really a one-man organ- existing profits to tracks, plus(]I the number, together with the expenses the fire be.l:) train the
modern as we think. As we remember our ization. He defines what it is and what it additional levy acrainst the paril) I incident to the conduct of diaphone<< h>.*n. which i i'l' fiitn'ari, $15.00. Apply 727 may6-2tx Southard
mutuela bets at horse and dog : the offices left the street.
would be to
to a siren -wh'stle.! This v-ill o.ind i
Bible loose-leaf system in In is intended to do what it means and the
a was vogue ,
tracks. .Dog tracks would be ,: county commissioners: and to the the alarm and cV! : >i> i ltd'csi*'! 111* i; PERSONAL
the Garden of Eden. ends it hopes to attain. But in explainingall taxed 17 percent of the gross, out budget board in such counties baring lox from which: the call corner;: _______ ___,__ 't I
these things, Father Coughlin does the of which they would give the state a budget board. .All fees in Considering!! the e"C1"'nse wli.'ch: STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS TREVOR & MORRIS
ale percent for pensions and the excels of the requirements would would be necessary' to repair he INDIGESTION victims, why ,
What this country really needs, besides explaining in the role of leader, and his '
take now going to counties. .So- continue to go to the credit of the suffer! For quick relief get a, INC.=
a_ good 5-cent cigar, is some more in- explanations and proposals become the called "breaks" would also be tak-j county general- fund. .The original : be felt this week in a big way. f free sample of Udga, a doctor's* "Oldeit Continuous Ford

dependent patriotic and nationally-minded opinions of one man. The many millions of en over by the state. .This rev bill or resolution prescribed It will permit consideration of I prescription, at Gardner's Phar- Dealer in the World"

Congressmen, not of the Hooey Long stripe, members he claims have joined his league enue now goes to the track:: own- a !scale! of pay on the basis of only such bills as are regarded of macy.apr23.24.2530. |
ers and is said to amount to population groups, and office expenses vital) importance and related to ; may 1-2-7-8-9-14-
but m.en like Senators Glass and Byrd. apparently have nothing to say about its about $300,000..Race track including deputy pay to be major problems. 15-16""I

objects. A one man party is always weak people Far that racing rill be no more than four times the elected .
Have you received your "chainletter and easily disintegrated. The '"Leaguefor ruined if the: '_ ublic is asked to officer's pay.r : --- -- -
give 17 percent of every dollar rlllllB'I'.II'.4TIA

?" Key West has been cluttered up Social Justice" has an attractive name, won to meet the state levies, track (I:j.. Monday the legislature enteredon ........................................................ ..........C***
with them for the past few days. There but it will never prove much of & political operating colts and profits for! its fifth week of the sixty-day

aretwo kinds, one for 10 cents and another power. But Father Coughlin retains his the owners. .But whatever the I I session, with: little of importance
opposition, the chances seemed having been gotten out of the way
for a $1.00. The hire of the first is: value as a leader of thought.A Flies and
j bright that if any old age pensioning during the first four weeks, Keep Mosquitoes Out
$1,500, while the latter dangles before the is done, the race tracks I The senate is moving swiftly, the

eyes of the possible victim a grand prizeof CHALLENGE TO FLORIDA will bear a big h'\re of the cost. house, larger and more unwieldly,
II making less headway. .Remain-
$15,000, provided the chain i rj not t ing to be determined were such! of Your Home With

broken. (Orlando Sentinel) The so-called "debt mora o-I questions as appropriations pension

CoL Henry L. Doherty has offered to con- I rium" bill introduced by Senator relieve:; for the aged, social securitybill
Beacham intending to school financing liquor licensing
Owner Woodward whose horse tribute $20,000 to the A.U Florida tonuinttee's manda :
communities of excessive: ::
and control, sales tax, income -
Omaha, won the Kentucky Derby, said prt.motion fund iI 20,000 other Floridians will collectively mus-imposed tax levies to meet tax proposal, appropriationsto

after the race : "It was a damned goodrace' give a like amount. a bond carrying charges, for a enlarge and modernize state institutions Continental Adjustable 0m
..-'>; temporary period of two years,
< to serve the double
won uy d fed seedJior"P." Why This n: indeedfa generous of'r. ban';' suddenly bumped np against pur-
pose of providing for acute needs! ,
the expletives? In this casef! B_aly! : -?f13CtfWJMtMlj( one citizen of p! Sunshine some. :'conditions' not contemplated and at the same time matching : :
-' v It't t'a q'haive the effect ot tie- .
they represented the hysterical and ex- t! lrr <4< .1. ;: federal aid judicial] and Congressional "
;. t i upii: a knot any refundingafsucs"now
uberant glee of a man beside himself with Mr. Average Citizen puts: u p t. 1 in process! of completion.,1t redistricting citrus market- :

victory. Another, less nervous winner, Florida: i is fortunate in having attracted CoL ,': ;"tvould also prevent the ing legislation upniag the tax state on highway intangible: patroL -, S :' SCREENS, s

might havM icisirt&<*rft 1 ..h'Bnll!.'* -.AVhlte' I bshcrly\ t fo n4arlta! CIauyr4s berprjy!; the utility extension''the 'form"of much'' loans federal refinancing moneyin insurance' premiums, strengthening -
or :
"Horsey" would ha.o' been more'"apprft\ l18gnat.aover-onei hotel xrhrnsd ifaurf riend, i; to draihafc and other districts. the documentary'stamp additional act to :
provide an $1.000,000
priate, it would not have been as forceful whom he had financially backed died: That was it i is said. .Efforts will be made'I'" income, etc., remained to be de :

and satisfying. three years ago. Now he has three Florida hotel to remedy the situation. j termined..Manycommittee" hearings -

one in Nassau, supported by Florida visitors. have been held. .Scores of
Senator Beall's fight against ; bills have been killed in the '
Many Floridians held British Columbia Although considerable has been written or committee e\\
county officers has resulted in a leaving the road to progress 4d 24" Adjustable Screen 80c ez
lottery tickets on the outcome of the the All Florida committee's: program there still compromise in the form and language -, less! cluttered. ..Indicationswere .

Kentucky Derby last Saturday. This is seems to be some misunderstanding about it. of the proposed amendmentto that influence and powerof
constitution. .Instead of the rules committee "
I both
the of
more ammunition for The Citizen and for In the first place its charter provides thatno z 28" : 90c
limiting in the constitution the- house and senate would begin to .
those legislator who insist that inasmuchas individual who officers it, or holds a membership '
_. .. _. .. t '
-- --
, the people will gamble on lottery in the committee may profit through it. Thisis IT --- i 30""s om -----i: 1.00See

tickets. to enrich foreign countries it should to say that none of the newspaper men or Carl : .

be legalized in Florida to the end that the Hyoir, author of the dream or any others associated :

state's needs might be better providud. If with the thought may make one penny Important

nothing else thU attitude is at least logical.To out of it. I our full line of Galvanized and Bronze

what better use can bad money be put Newspaper publishers who already have contributed ak : b

than for a good cause1' :t.litntjralisb I 200,000 worth cf their advertising spaceto Announcements : Screen Wire before you buy :

ponder. arouse an interest in the movement will spendall : :
First i
the redemption of and
-* contributed the in national concerning
jiliT money by public
: ; Fourth Liberty Loan Bond have been .

who Attaches accompany Jutlyl U! >lli,4ri P a\:stkAdflitter!i t'real 1 er, bill magazines boards!', 'out-of-state other: media.newspapers' ;.. radio stations made by the 1 reaaury Department this Window Screen Frames (Knocked Down) 40c i

.'. : .
down to Key We't: twice a year for crim- If you believe in Florida, if you own business ,,

inal sessions anticipate the trip as an opportunity property real estate or if you depend vpon commercial : Door Screen Frames (Knocked Down) 85c i

to sample the fishing Ernes enterprises for your living, you likewiseare We would be pleased to have you I

Hemingway prefers. James J. Hennessey interested in this All Florida committee's pro consult us

U. S. marshal his motional campaign.You .
deputy was presented by
"Your home is worthy of the best"
fellow officers with a box of "tackle" before should be a .member of the comr... ittee. I

leaving Miami yesterday for the ses- Tad may join by contributing a dollar or ?2J: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

ion beginning Monday. But the deputywill or $100, according to the tize of your business, I KEY WEST' South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

find when he opens the box that his your pocket-book or your eagerness to see your

pals put one over on him. They presentedhim state_:advertised: advanced, *d : i '. I i Phone 598 WAite and Eliza StreetsGE'TWO
r t- .-Tlak I .. Member of the Federal Reserve
with The more contributor!. th creater r. ,
complete rigging-for catching money :............. .....-..................................................:
small fry.-Miami\ News Whirligig. the quicker the results.. .... .< '" ..-. '. ""'" .. -- 1 /VIII//II//
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.\ ."MI FWH HOMIOR f4tlTT.. ida. April at. 193*. Not lee I IA hereby
arNO"'a it, mot .. ] doesa't tank SPORTS IN ('IIIMKHI.Letti '. given of the nrlzure and 'Intention.o
os" : any too wen of himself -
; forfeit of the ,. ..
FERA motor
year Cottvi Reid before tM tnlItaat OUTFITBAYVIEW I. Adam. Joined arin .1I'J:
tunica mftt of thoiMtm New I've noticed that nobody else by her bn..l.and and next (The UAXB). 23 ft. long la ft. 4 In.
Coeeovd bed. a Aasd fw wakb...IkewarrMg does. ; friend, A. aiU..d Adams beam, equipped with a Regal 35-45
or last's 8ft.,0II sad H. P. motor together with her
01... N........... tri" cows t. dlaaater James thought well enough of vs. F.reseacre' Plaintiff. tackle' apparel J. equipment and furniture
Jewe. does cot wet:. esousb himself before he was married. PARK AGGREGA. ( Lies fCharlm thereunto belonging; owner
....... T. 11I.14> r..n.e.
'or Jase fed aitkousk of record (HI car to Blaqa. 1219
.. .". Jove ... m, . West Florida
at J>*m> H.rH.. *.. welt that It's Jane. I only see him at long TION VICTORIOUS OVER and, if dead the heirs, devtsws This property was seized .n March
--- ---- grantees
*mU flat LtslU, zed cot Jane.itokl or etherclaimants 14.
M33. for
violation 'of .
"' net. beer 110 rile lor ....... Intervals. And every time I can under the said' Section
notice the change. Jane is murderIng .... ..... SERVICE TEAM IN SECOND ChartS.. Baxter d............. ass U3..and Any nit of the Tariff Act .f
person claiming thisproperty
38 him by Inches INDIANS LOSE l CAME OF DIAMONDBALLBy for: otherwise; da to Real Estate .- of any Interest therein Is
Chapter d
: Improvement
I Company
DOINGS I AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy ""a hereby notified and admonished to.p..ar
mean Just that. It'a noth- I
ing short of murder to kill a man'sself TO BOSTON SOX under the law of theMate Customs Custom House Trey
| of Florida,
ESLJB: !: HARRIS bact'l1eur tear respect his belief In himself. ; Defendant. West Florida a claim thereto anda
L ( JOVE) ; bond in the sum of U...09 within
Miss Julia can't yon do something ( GRAVY) i ORDER OF IU.ICATIOX twenty days from the first

rled. to Miss Julia Pnttf keen Talk to Jane. Make her see that CHISOX LEADING .-------------------------------------------1................................................. The Social Diamondball League '''cf It complaint appearing in from the the above sworn entitled bill .f this ....,..... Unless publication Serb-
continued I claim
and and bond
disappointment.About what she does to James she does played two games yesterday after- cause that plaintiffs do not know are filed within the
the time of the birth of the -- This column hears that a drugs to all who have the inclina- and have been able time prescribed the said property
.. to herself. If James life Is a fanure.Jane' Chal-I noon at Bayview Park. The! after- t ascertainafter will be sold at public auction to the
I lenge has been extended I I tion to Well diligent inquiry whether the highest bidder at the U. 8.
SUmson.twins aha bad cone to Kansas life Is a failure too.' Shedoesn't buy. putting pills 1 I defendant Navy
YIELDS FIRST, Plummer to Sam Harris :for a noon contest was forfeited by the S. Baxter. betiered Yard K..y'L Florida on Wednesday .
City and as the local paper pat seem to realize that thoughIt's I into bottles. is a great ,game so '' by plaintiffs to he ..nt..tltf'd'In May 22. 1935 at twelve
obvious. match'any day week and un-| Legion ten to the Lighthouse! the hereinafter described
So Someone must wake POSITION BY VIRTUE OF any proprty o'clock noon, or otherwise disposedof
-accepted" a position In KansaaCU'a her der conditions. The stakes being a master pill putter our hero or, if dead to hare been IntereMed In accordance with the statutes
point It out to her. any
np. crew.
,j j therein. dead alive.
f I|I or made and provided. ,
largest department store. "There may be something In what LOSS PITTSBURGH PIRATES j are one case of beer to be paid decided the Royal and Ancient: In the first game of the night 1 I Cblrl"la therefore ordered that Collector api-3"J.: msy7.1 Angle(

There to New Concord's amazed yon say* Miss Julia said uneasily. I for by the lose:. Several have vol- game was also pill putting of sorts S. Baxter, one of the de
DEFEAT BRAVES j jS contests the Cuban Club defeatedthe fendants in the above styled can-e.
surprise she had la five or six years "Jane Isn't always as tactful as she unteered I to be referee of the | so he took up the game and so we j I If living; and if dead the heirs I I1. : de- California this year expects to
I .
might be. Perhaps she doesn't handle match bet truly will receive note have him up to the present. Recreation ten in the last in- ''risers' grantees AI' other claimantsunder
worked up from a humble clerk In < ..eelal' to The Cltlsen) i I the said Charles S. Baxter plant 13.125 acres of spinach for
him Just right though I know NEW every third bottle as his I| He mastered the golf game very ning. |I deceased, or otherwise In the fol
the basement to the assistant to the she means the best In the world." YORK May 7.-By virtue ) share of the proceeds. You will quickly because his baseball and It was a hard fought from 1 I 'lowing described property to-wltj canning.
head of the department of women's "And will of losing: their game to the'I game l ot Five (U In Block Fire
talk her
you ,, to ?
Red Sox be notified when to be on deck pill putting experience stood' him start to finish and both ChiN were [ (i) of Martelln Towers. a sab-
wear and twice a jear went East "111 try. I'm afraid It will be dif.sent" I 2-1. the,Cleveland with a score reading of 1! for this match. It appears that ':; in good stead so in a couple of fighting mad when the game end-1 J] division. according to the plat Insect pests that attack forest
'with the bayer to help select gowns Indians yielded if medal shall exist then the he the best; player of thereof recorded In nat Book
play was ed.
years trees
Miss Julia first place in the American > I| I No. I. page 14*. of the Public large numbers are a great
and frocks. went to call on Jane postmaster will be victorious with these parts and continued such for Leading hitters Quintan I| Records of Monroe County, FlorIda
An of the feminine half of New and as Jane had expected her they League to the idle Chicago; White help to the spread of forest firt'I.I .
that usual 94 he shoots. several If don't believeme I I
However years. you Lopez, with a homer and a single
to the
Concord who could afford It. except bad tea In the back parlor. Jane Sox. The defeat was the Indians' f appear bill of complaint In
''1'on match play the lighthouse boy just take a look at some of tbt"prizt'l and two walks in four times said pans on Monday the 1st day
was In a good humor. It always fourth setback in thirteen upi(
Jane SUmson. bought their gowns games. of July, A. P. U35. otherwise
will have the edge because his he has won Well our hero Alfonso with double theallegations 1 I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
homer _
and frocks from Leslie as a matter pleased her to have an occasion Fritz Ostermueller outpitched Ora I*( I a a of said bill will he
score on any hole will run from I was champ long enough so he and a single in four tries. as confessed.it
to use her beautiful HOTELIn
of coarse. It was decided that this stiver tea serv Hildebrand in a mound duel. I{' .
12 to 12. And Sweet Elyssium win'It the honor to some of the In the I Is farther ordered that
gave up field I. Bazo and C. Her ..
not Inconsiderable patronage was ice.Miss The Pittsburgh Pirates triumph., der be published once a ....t.k".1
responsible for. Leslie's success. Julia In her embarrassmentate ed >over the. Boston Braves,,,8 to!:! have his hands full trying to con- younger boys. But when the! nandez starred for the winners and. four consecutive weeks In the Center of the Business
five ";i centrate i Li doing a broad- youngsters get too cocky and think Walker and Clements for the los' West Citizen a newspaper
sandwiches witj
and ,
How else could a simple little dear a large .in the first game of their series. ,' ,. f lished 'In Monroe County. St.te'.f. and Theater District
like Leslie hav..*ttalned. to aacLv piece of chocolate cake before she, three-run rally in the ninth in- east. i, they are great shakes, then the old ers.- Clements threw out or touched Florida. i
could gather, 16 Maestro ont and shows them* six at the plate. Hated tM 'th day of May A. P.
business eminence .courage to broach,the coupled with the fine pitch-:' goes runners 193S.. First C1ef"ltepr..rS.I. -

Leslie as'1* ""dressmaker's snoject. which had Inspired her,visit, "of Waite Hoyt and Cy Blan-j j i Our'Per!
daughter had Imbibed a natural patter t last she put down. her ,cup;< be that acme of golfers our friend i takes all the wind eut of their Recreation 402 130 0-10 9 5 ROSS C SAWYER. ,
ton the victory. Clerk
gave Circuit
\pushed back her plate and plungedIn I 4.1 and fellow citizen Robert "Fa- rail. Now Robert "Fascination"Bob Cuban Club 320 230 2 12 17 6 Court Twentieth Jedlelat
about lines and colors and styles Ralph Birkofer and Rhm opposed -,,' Circuit of the State of FI..... COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
from her babyhood and she did headforemost each other at the start but cination" Spottswood. Our hero' ( to you) plays a very steady Batteries: Walker and Clements ida. in and for Monroe County.vTII I _
i.IAM V.
know BOW to wear her clothes, but retired after both teams had scored -|I originated up around Jacksonville'and game His drives never were any- ; C. Garcia _and Martinez Solicitor for AI..BURY.Plaintiffs. Carat Elevator

of course she was not really clever. JANE, ahe said, Tve come here once in the first and four timesin during his boyhood he would thing extraordinary but when yon Summary: Errors: Martinez 3,: mayi-l4.21.2S; Jnn4 I I P.*.Iar Prke.
It was said that she made seventy to talk to yon frankly about throw rocks at woodpeckers or can put 'em down the middle of Hernandez. M. Esquinaldo ,

dollars a week but New Concord James and I'm scared to death. I've the second with Bill Urban-ki maybe at bull frogs setting on a the fairway 200-210 yards every trash 2, Matthews, wein-I the losers and Johnson and Wood- .. .
lid not believe this. How could she been interested in James since before hitting a home run for the Bravos. for the winner ; Jacksonville*. Leading, .....t.
son .
summaries lily pad down in the St. John'st : time you don't have to apologizeto Matthews!; home run; ; -

Nnt half the professional men In her he was born. It occurred to me The NATIONAL: LEAGUE I river bottom. Well he got to the anybody. Then his irons are base hits: Waiker. Alfonso C.,j Score by innings: R. H. E. f THE SEMINOLE I

hone town made so much. the other day that we. yon and I where he could hit Mr. Woodpecker but if careful Hernandez Bazo stolen bases I "...._.yn... FUrMnrtf
and all of At Boston R. II. E. good too you are ; : Service ...... 000 001 1-2 7 5 .
Leslie continued to spend every us who love James, i' .%*. B. GR'\"'''. Manage
Mr. Bull Frog most time catch 0.1
that is where Esquinaldo Q. Lopez. C.
can up
.. .... 8 12 2 every you 'I
other Sunday with her mother and haven't been quite fair to him. Because Pittsburgh Bayview 403 002 x-914 3 .
(when he missed his dinner was, with the "old man." On his chip dez Clements 2, Walker A human homelike Institutionwhere
... _..... ,
father. She came one warm April we expected so much of him. Boston .m. 692 ; Batteries: Ortega. Mixon and yon will find ,_. Indlrld.al.ewfert
afternoon to bring Miss Julia expected miracles perhaps, we've Batteries: Birkofer Hojt.. Blan- gone) and so he decided to take'i shots he has lost the perfect knack struck out: by C. Garcia 2. by I'. sad entertainment a matter
some got Into the habit of ''I up the game of baseball and after he once had and this is the place Walker 3; bases on balls: off Gar Powell! Rosam and Woodl! n. ,i of great importance
of and
yellow and lavender tulips. "Seems making light ton ; Rhem Benton I
like your flowers always do better the very substantial things James Betts and Spohrer. l' a bit we find him playing on a that shows his greatest decline. cia 8. off Walker 5; wild pitches: Summary: Errors: D. Powell 3, -

than mine. Miss Julia grumbled as has already accomplished." I team down in Texas for groceries, But don't think he can't still' chipa Garcia 4, Walker 2; time of game: Brindel 1. B. Powell 1. Alvarek 1.j! A at.nl Ike fireproof heart k.lulsg.f'ike city l.eeledin

she arranged her gift In a vase Miss Julia went on to quote Chicago at New York postponed and bedroom. And that is where ball dead to the pin; you play 1:30; umpire: Lucilo Gopherand Roche 1, Carey 1; home run; John-,, --

"even though you're not here to Leslie; enlarging on James' past rain and wet grounds. i he got to be one of the best third him once. His putts are better Q. Lopez.In Ion; two base hits: wood I Every Room with Combination Tub

look after them properlrbe ,." and present achievements. Jane I I'basemen in the great American than the average player and that -... Nunez 2; stolen bases: on.1:and Shower Bath. Radio ElectrinCeiling
Slat Door for Hummer
know how much I counton listened Impatiently, studying Miss Cincinnati at Philadelphia, post-,1 pastime. Well, finally he got is what has always kept him the second game the Bay- Johnson; struck out: by Mixon Ventilation Fan Comfortable Beds with

them." Leslie laughed. "I tell Julia's embarrassed face curiously. poned. rain. :{a back to Jacksonville on the city among the first flight: players. Be- view Park defeated the league- by Rosam 4; bases on balls: off i Mattresses o* Inner Spring Omt.

them I cannot bear It In the city "Certainly James has made a live ': team and had for a fellow player:, ing the best "money-player" in leading Service ten by a 9 to 2 by Rosam 4; double play: Nodine i ruction Lamp.and Individual ReadIng -

unless I know they're here blooming ng." Jane said, dryly when Miss St. Louis at Brooklyn postponed none other than the great Tubby! town he is still the steadiest in score. The leaders at bat in this to Williams; time of game: 1:20; !I RtTR

for me. And then of course Julia paused. "So have most of the rain and wet grounds. :i Price of the Biltmore golf outfit.I an emergency Whether yon are game were Teal, with a double in umpires: Gabriel and Gonzales |, Ingle,

Father does take wonderful care of men of his age and condition. With I}I Well, this }baseball business was two strokes behind or four aheadof his only time at bat; Nunez with Games scheduled for today ate 7K!; R__.. Private Bath _. ***
I no R_.. Private Hath ... SJM
them. He's a better gardener thanI the Judge to push him and his AMERICAN LEAGUE !I not so hot so our hero took up the' him he is still trying to win andnever two doubles in three? times up; B. the Bayview Park ten and the Ad- 40 R_... Private-Barn 'n_ "._ r*..

ever was.It's ." grandfather's name behind him I1on't At Cleveland R. H. E'I j' job of peddling dru In hHperegrinations lets anything ruffle him in Powell with two singles in three ministration at 5:30 p. m. and tonight ,:24 ROOMS. Private ftvth .. &.:lIt
bow he could R. Private Bath4JN
a One thing for your father see have helped Boston _._ 270 : he finally wander- the least. If you have any moneyto times up. In the field Nodine end at 7:30 o'clock, the Garage Sample
.n. But I confess I
.% for any man. digging and"plant-' from James than a bare living.more" Cleveland --.-..*.._-_ 1 6 11 r, ed down to Key West and here get put it pn the "Spott-y" Brindel played a good game for. ten will play the Cuban Club. OCCCPASCYi
Ing In the good earth.
warm he met one swell girl. It seem horse time and few nickels
"'J'harcU Batteries Ostermueller and R. every .
call this exactly bare ---'"- -- -
"It keeps him busy. Leslie said.
Ferrell Hildebrand and Pytlak. that while leaning over the counter : will you lose. Bill Malone is the
And commented Miss Julia tartly with ;
changed the
subject A little
selling drugs to that swell girl i i only guy in town who can put the
an appraising glance at the richly
later she had drifted to the
table where the vase stood and by burnished room. New York at Chicago postponed he got the idea maybe he could Indian sign on Bob because the ,

"Ton know perfectly well father rain. sell himself to her which he did mayor can outmaneuver they
pulling a tulip here, loosening an. I
other there had changed a stiff unhappy gave me this house. If I had to depend and you will still find him sellingFOLLOWING colonel every time. j

bunch of suffering bloomsto on what James made I'd be Philadelphia at Detroit postponed -- --- -_-_-_ _

a lovely group that relaxed gratefully living In a dump." rain. .......................... ......................!I -
In the sunshine. "You'd be living In James own .

With her nose burled In the tulips louse one of the handsomest Washington at St. Louis postponed

Leslie said. Miss Julia..what's the louses In town." wet grounds.LEAGUE .1 THROUGH,

matter with Jimmy with James "Yes. out in Nlggerville with I ,000.00
Stlmson?" darkles for neighbors. No thank (By JOVE) I $1'

Matter? I don't know that anything 100.- STANDINGSAMERICAN .-.- .-.- .- .-.-.-.-.-_..._..__._._._._._..-._......-----------1________ _____ _______

*s the matter. What do "Jane.1 didn't come her to quarrel
I before
you have me three copiesof gle in four times up. had one
?" with yon and I don't mean to. I'm '
the Daily Democrat of Tallahassee out, six assists and one error.
fond of you and 1 admire yon. But LEAGUE ut-I

LESLIE turned and seated her as an old woman twice your age Club- W. 1. Pct Fla.. and I see howChelo f.r

on the edge of the table. rye naturally learned a few things Chicago r--."_,-11 4 .733 Castillo has played up there in his' Sunday afternoon the Sanford .

facing Miss Julia. "He's so changed. you haven't yet got around to. Cleveland......___.... 9 4 .6921 last three games. In his Sunday i Celery Feds lost to the league-
You most IL I sat behind him "One of them Is that men are a New York 9 5 leading Cocoas
see -- contest his club shutout the Panama -: by a 9 to 7 score !
In church. He looked so so lot more sensitive and a whole lot Boston .......__._ 9 6 .600 I 1 but: it was no fault of our boy,? IDEAS
more vain than'women. If hurt City nine the final score j ,
And there such yon
1 dispirited. are deep Washington 8 8 .500 ; William Cates who hit a homer '

lines v bitter lines around his that vanity and that sensitiveness Detroit .,. .6 9 .400 being :5 to 0. In this fracas Castillo in the sixth inning to tie the

mouth. Is It Jane who's done this they never amount to much. Womenare Philadelphia _-.r-43 11' .214 I scored a run and had two fcore. had four pntouts and five .. :
tougher.They can stand a good .. I
to him Or whatr
"I don't know. I don't think so. deal>of beating. But a man can't St. XOuis 2'10 .167 putouis and three assists to his assists. It seems that the Celery iT ;:

. and be anything of a man." credit Oa Monda- tire Capitols Feds lack something and may beit's
Jane's made him a fine wife Everyone ,,,,NATIONAL LEAGUE I
I .It' Cheta Baker need
y1 1ri1plJ1ti tliit 1 Dc tirft up
says so. I suppose the trouble ; w Clu bX % W. L. Pet. Defeated Americus by a 6 to 4

.Is. If there Is any that we all ex.'bect .- sbandrM, SN New' Yorki..l...,._5L. 9 3 .?*><> score. Castillo scored one run and there. With his pep and ginger
,d too .much of .James JU) the :;"No c !Uflous1J., my dear. But? Chicago | :s 8 5 .0151 r rI I probably they will get somewhere
I I E L knocked in two. rot and and if
expected kverytlmyaron: remlna him & |{ } : a single they need more strength
beginning. too muchof < I :.._:_..10
your( fatherupplle yjrar laikriesIt's Brookly had. dit.' they! :'will'send ,for Ubieta into.th far of Florid fhejr tide tW Jfod ttradi,
himself. And now he's old hough ; ; I SL Li'\ '_ .._.: ... 9 7 .:;.b3]) five! putouts to his 'cr In I 1 Mickey ,WiSis? men go corner "" .u .
to realize that he's Just ..-. just another a lulL;8the.wiljpt*tndfererj, Pittsburgh _I_ Sr_ 9 9500![Tuesday's game; the Key West lad Robert Bethel Joe Casa and a few and the trails. They.. the grand efforts at progress and .tote the itnir t.pathetic'dlo" .
time you say what yon Just said to starred I other local boys. dttea and the wide ia the roads I
run of the mill and nothing 9 in the first triple play in M well. The big place
me. that if yon were dependent I Cincinnati .._._...._.._ 7 .4381! I
out of the I dare ealt burt.I .." on the He hit I
way. James yon would be living In a Boston ..............-........ 510 .333 | Florida-Georgia league. Wagner men daily contact thousands of merchants. Wagner men ar' "mn'c-
don't think that's Miss
fair three singles in six times at bat
dump make other Philadelphia __.. 2 9 ..182GAMES There is a big fus over in Bay-
Julia. It seems to be the fashion yon people think I and had five putouts and three or "Jim" or "Brownie" to most of these merchant*-*haring their confidence
less of him. That's only common view Park every day as to who fe trials failvret iuid **.
In New Concord to belittle every assists to his credit. with a knowledge of their hopes, ambitions, mooes*
sense child. You'.. f the champion horseshoe in
thing James does. He's only thirty- my got plentyof TODAYAMERICAN pitcher
the claim .. this information the sale department led w ta rbiuIiM .
common sense. Think It over and I city. Many the title. Clearing through
and he's -
one or two already made a Last Set
in Tallahassee
name a small name but a name yonll end that Fm right. LEAGUE Tuesday night I suggest that Ray Curry hold a 1 Greater Florida! Pictured in our minds is the tetUtroemt, with barn families ,, of

all over this section for his "Has James been complaining to New York at Chicago. t two local boys fought in tournament to rind out who reallyis tin rast stretches of now unused land, sea and gulf eoasts. Plcttrred" also fa thegaiter

sound sense and tustworthlness and you? Or Is It the Judge That doddering Washington at St. Louis. the squared arena. one in the the best. Lets stop the filM area of land which can be brought into procI1ICt1 t7.
semi-final and the other in the
his real ability as a leader In court! old Idiot always has hate Philadelphia at Detroit. I once and for all-and may the j
Mr. Ellison hears all the newspaper me always has been Jealous of me. Cleveland. .! opening bout Both fought like best man win.CIGAR. We believe Florida has a marvelous futnre. We know: that, for proper dIY.lop-

gossip He says James has won I suppose James whines to him abe *: Boston at Trojans and showed what stuff I ment it requires a plan supported by the entire population. A VAST PLAN'which

cases that would do credit to any passes It on to yon.' NATIONAL LEAGUE Conchs are made of. One lost his contemplates a greater vista of raceert for millions of peopM.

of twice his And "you know how James wj: St. Louis at Brooklyn. I bout Young Raymond of Key
city age.
he's made a living a fine living fora brought; up? Fed with a silver spoor, Chicago at New York. I West just played with Bill Moodyof I We are offering ONE TSOtfSAND DOLLARS for the beet Ideas and svgr*

country town. Why then does New waited on. deferred to like a litu Cincinnati at Philadelphia. i I Tallahassee and had him on the gestions to speed the day when dreams of Florida are df ftloptd ing! Meats

Concord laugh at him? Why do they king"Certpkt Pittsburgh at Boston. i canvas for the count of eight in i RUSSELL'S'Daily ,for millions of happy residents.
( r. 1935. JTafeel B. Fenkawf iI
the third round.
dare refer to him as poor James'/ I Young Raymond

ecaUH James doesn't value won every round with ease.
Tomorrow. James bring home FRUITSIIIPMENT I I Content Closes; -June IStU
himself enough t suppose. If a man Important news t. Jan*. 1913.'S.
On Wednesday afternoon the .

LOWE'S STORE I. Tallahassee Capitols played their STORE

......................... New York boy who became a con- AT last game of their first road trip

Today's tractor built the' Union Pacific j I and were defeated by the Ameri-!' --0--- Fl- FIRST 'PRIZE $5 t.ff

R. R. born at Northampton N. Y.I|I Regular weekly shipment of, cus Cardinals. The score was 13

Anniversaries Died June 9, 1892., i! fruits and Vegetables will arrive I I to 8. Castillo in this game scored Baseball Returns
i; ,I two runs hit a double and was SECOND QQ FIVE "'EaCIa

a....................... .1 I[, tonight Grocery by 1117 truck Division for Lowe's street.Cash hit by the pitcher had one potent,I By Wire PRIZE 9Md.00 I PRIZES ....

1826-Varina Howell Davis,1' I five assists and one errerhisfirst
1'1'14-William Bainbridge not The shipment which includes a I' -0-
loyal wife of the in eight On Thursday
Confederate' games.
both fruits ,
officer with large of
ed naval in the war variety
president, waiter, born hear I they played the Thomasvilte IN
Tripoli, and War of 1812 knownas 'vegetables is expected to arrive
Natchez. Miss. Died in New York; Orioles and again were defeated bya RESULTS OF THE
the father of naval instruction early in the evening. I Iu.
Oct. 16, 1906.1833Johannes. 9 to 8 score. Castillo hit a sin- MAJOR BASEBALL WAGNER BREWING COMPANY
in U. S., born at Princeton, N. J.

Died in Philadelphia July 27, born at Guilford N. C. Diedat BENJAMIN LOPEZ I LEAGUES

1833. Danville I1L, Nov 12, 1926. ,
Brahms Ger.,, FUNERAL HOME 0- -
man composer of music born. Died CIGARS CIGARETTES, MIAMI Serrlu! Ervrywfcwra fa Fferirfti
1858 Melvin G. Kyle noted Establish 49 Yoa.
1812-Robert Browning famed April 3. 1897. ,
English poet born. Died Dec. 12, I United Presbyterian clergyman Kay w...'. OUo.1 SOFT DRINKS, !

1889. professor. Egyptologist. born near 24-"_. Amb.tane. Sorrfe 'ETC.

183Woseph C. Cannon not- Cadiz Ohio. Died in Pittsburgh uE.LeI..r I

1812-Sidney Dillon the ..... ed Illineis congressman and speak-1.May: 25, 1033. Pb.. 13S NiP' e9e.W



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TUESDAY MAY 7, 1935.

... ... ..a S ....S ....a ..a......e.............I,
.: ITO TREAT VETS I. CASES IN CITY Wedging a dime into a tree .
I ; ; i ; 1"11111111.1TO 1 Today In History !I trunk and driving a ten-foot PALACENorman

x SOCIETY : -: AS ALL OTHERS I II.I................,........ COURT DISMISSED: plank through the chassis and! Behind Foster-Judith The: Green Allen in

YOII'do 1755 Columbia University I steel body of an overturned automobile -
.,-..-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-..--.-..-.--..--.-.-..--..-..--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--..--.-.-..-.- .-.-.--. I paper If by 6:15 act o'clock receive in your the New York (then King's College) : were two freakish stunts James Barton-Helen Westley in

Research Council l Woman's Club To POLICE JUDGE WILL PASS. afternoon, call telephone 51 lottery organized from the proceeds of a The nine defendants who were II performed 1934. by tornados during Matinee Captain: IS-lSc Hurricane Night 15-25
and a paper will be tent to !
Program Tonight Give LuncheonThe OUT SAME SENTENCES AS year borne. A complaint boy i tried in city court yesterday aft I -- -- -
i i. on duty at this office from I' IS.ao-Natchez. Miss., experienced ernoon for alleged violation of the -- --

The first Open Forum sponsored annual Woman's Club IMPOSED ON OTHERS 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I tornado which killed over city screening ordinances were

by the Oceanographic Re- Mothers and Daughters luncheon purpose of delivering com 300. dismissed by Judge Cleare. I
r rl
search Council of Key West will i will be held on Saturday afternoon plaint Help a* five you 100 These :
be held promptly at 8 o'clock .tonight May 11, .beginning at 1 When in the future veterans percent'! service by eating. 51 1910George V. proclaimed cases vere brought before i
at 708 Eaton street. o'clock, in the Key West Public from the camps are brought before if you do not receive The Citi King of Great Britain. court by inspectors: making a ur-

Commodore von Mietk-Liuba .Library'rooms, according to announcement the police judge on charges of zen. I I vey of the situation in Key West. I.i I..
H. D. W.. will present "An Introduction made today. 1915-Steamship Lusitania tor. : i ,
ddunkenness, the law will be invoked t lr
to the Science of Ocean Those desiring to make reservation : 11,6111'I pedoed off Irish coast with loss of I 555555555555555555555555 Y
's ography", first pf a number of for the event are requested just:' as it is in the cases of nearly 1,200 lives. Today's Horoscope ICE.
academic.lectures on. the sciences others who are brought before I I CATS t ::
These.lee- to 'phone 402. No reservations I'I ANNOYINGTO ......a..
relating to.the ocean. that tribunal.
'will be made'after. Thursday, it is I .1919-German delegates at
tures have been delivered by the: 'stated. Yesterday when Judge Allan B. f This day promises one who is
i of
'I FIRE UNITSOFTEN Versailles handed Peace terms 1 IT'S PURER!
commodore in American colleges '
I Cleare, Jr.. dismissed: a group of Allies subtle and steadfast of purpose.

and in the over United numerous States.radio stations|{II Mothers' Party these men, they were given lec- There is a combination too, of rku LASTS LONGER! 1

Chester will ture and told that if they were 1930-Judge John J..Parker of I' mental assimilation and clear reasoning Jjt
Captain Thompson ,i i This Evening ) I
CALLED ON TO RESCUE N. C. rejected by Senate for U. S. jE1\)1 ICE REFRIGERATORS
.From Ocean I that will far in makingthe
speak on "Sponges-- < again brought into court they go
Bed to Consumer". CaptainThompson' ]i II ANIMALS PERCHED Supreme Court. : career. There may be many i
would be fined and in the event Made of all metal
is an authority on: young women's class of the I advantages supplied in early life -equip
sponges and ocean life around I I First Methodist Church have arranged -- the fines were not paid they wouldbe IN TREES I III CARD OF THANKSWe and some gain through marriage. i. r ped with WATER COOLERS I

Key West. Various types of for a Mothers Party to be given sentences commensuratewith Make the most of your opuortuni- 1
sponges will be exhibited during, given this evening begining at 8 the offenses = take these means of extending -I ties and choose your friends very 1 E They're Economical I

the course of his lecture. {j I o'clock in the recreation hall adjoining Mayor Wm. II. Malone has issued Illy A. Prr.> our thanks and appreciation wisely for there i ili danger of come
After the two addresses there I the church. II DUBUQUE, la.. May *.-Dubuque to those who assisted us during -J I misunderstanding where any false ( 100 Per Cent Refrigeration l lI
The program will be carried out a notice to the police force it our recent bereavement the of security will be fatal I Satisfaction
will be a general discussion. Cardsof seems, has a large num. sense I
admission in connection with the event, and telling of a number of complaints death of our loved one, Elonise I[
may be had at the ber of professional tree-sitting
door. an enjoyable evening's entertainment received from citizens relative to Curry. Included in these are Miss I;t check, __ I Priced ate
is being looked forward to cats with no regard fur tne feelingsof Beaver, the dotor and order'y at i i ai at
!.1 by those who propose to attend. misconduct offensive to them and I Fire Chief "Bill" Ryan. the Marine Hospital Dr. H. C.'!6 MALARIA.TU i30
Church Circle To has advised that these infractions With a good assortment of Galey Rev. Shuler Peele, Rev*W" in'3"daya' ,' and $35 1

Conduct Meeting 'must. :ease. and .ceae.at QD 't'<; i!small birds who manage to get J.'Martin\ and Merlin Roberts. We
,,,: : J I To resent Op ttAt'Harris'School The notice also .advised that me!"I I caught in trees, they combine to also} thank all :f9r";"lkedonatiorf[ of f, COLDS : 11 t fjEASY TFRMS-10 DAYS
; tt1:11.11 t make life'In general quite miserable { r
Members\ Daughters of The' .. :from {the camp'skhen arrestedshouldbis floral pieces and cars used atthe( SJ e"-N.. .' ltd day. t F EEC TRIAL 1'
,J' I I *for the chief and his fire funeral the Pritchard( : Funeral, ,. Dr.p. I
: '
King -of St. :Paul's { ireate&"whk< & Tj '
Episcopal; ; n more \ [ L- ji.TONIC*ni LAXATIVE
Church .rt"'renunded of the meeting j Arrangements have been made, Consideration! .than'xrttmu arrested 1 j j i i fighting 1"Rf'ht laddies.now, thief doesn't Home and all others w1he1 ed j,i f ON'S ''ICE CO.I I
to be held tomorrow 'lafter-[; for: the presentation.of an r i tae in any way. pn 'II r
operetta for like offenses.DELEGATES. know whether he has a fire department I MONROE> ; THEATER
i MR. AND MRS.\ C SAl B. ,
noon. I:' ': 1 i J I entitled "The..King's"Sne z.- < :
The meeting will be held in the 1! es," to be presented hi the auditorium I or a cat and bird rescue CURRY. ,ma y 7-lt: L tMary''A itor'-Roger'Pryor; IF? P one No, 8 ,
: bureau so frequent are the callsto FROM THE :c
church at 4:30 o'clock and all I I of the Harris School on GO I ICaref..1 I STRAIGHT t I ;
animals from I
extricate HEART
Every week the members of the
members are requested to at I the evening of Friday. May 10. :carious trees perches.To I i -also- ; I t
Kids Missouri
Safety club
tend. An excellent has been
program I
outlined in connection with the I 1 I TO CONVENTIONMrs. settle the question he has Valley. la., are treated to I FOOTLIGHT ON PARADE
notified the citizenry to direct an outing or a movie-if they ,' w t 1
Judge Browne play and an enjoyable evening is Orchestra I R ai r_fe I
rescue calU to the humane society
promised all who attend. I keep the safety rules. : 15-20ci Night, -
does Dinner and let his fire eaters alone so i
E. J. Bayly, member of the ---
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they can take their one hook and .
Harris School P.-T. A. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's ladder company to fires when the
Judge Jefferson B. Browne entertained church left yesterday afternoonfor
need arises.
( for Judge and ?Irs. Hal- Meeting TomorrowThe Daytona Beach where she will I I.n"I'III -.

sted L. Ritter, at dinner last r attend the annual meeting of the .
night at his Air Station apart- regular monthly meeting auxiliaries of the South Florida' \ I
ments. of the Harris School ParentTeachers Diocese. FIRMSdi&
Other guests. were: Mr. and I Association will he held tomorrow Joseph Allen advertising man- SPEND / ,

Mrs. William 'R. Porter, Mr. and afternoon beginning at 3 ager and assistant business man- YOUR
Mrs. Ray G. Bush, Miss Alice I o'clock: in the institution's audi- ager of The Citizen, and Frank

Jones. J.m. IHma Louise Wilkins torium. Alvarez also I left yesterday as VACATION !
and Guy C. Reeve. U. S. Marshalfor I I All parents and teachers are requested delegates from St. Paul's to the I \ Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Southern District of Florida..I to be in attendance as Diocesan Convention to be held :: THIS YEAR IN :
I I I this will be the last session of this durnig the same period. J i
Make Plans For school year unless special meetings The convention will open today FLORIDAHOWDY I

I are called.Arrange and continue throughout Wednesday -I
Poetry Week I and Thursday. The Key West / pgcurHEALTH!I \ BARBECUED ROSES
J 1 I
ProgramFor I representatives are expected to return -
In a series of conferences yes:j I Club by rail Friday morning. /// Prepared the OldFathionedway

terday afternoon and evening at, Show IIII"I with all toe trimmings FLORAL PIECES A
708 Eaton street Key West's]; 328 SIMONTON ST. SANDWICHES of all kinds
best-known poets laid final plans: An excellent program of enter- a................................ I SPECIALTY 12 InsertionsPLUMBING
for an appropriate observance of, tainment has been arranged for ..
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National Poetry Week, on Mon'' "Amateur Night" at the Habana.I 1 TO PLANTS and VINES
day. May 20. I|Madrid\ Club tomorrow evening. COLD BEER

The program being, arrangedwill Five big prizes will be awarded<< PER MONTH
Wine Soda, Etc.
be representative of Who is and an enjoyable time is promised FOLKS SOUTH FLORIDA

Who in poetry of the island city. j I all who attend. : : DURO PUMPS PAY US A VISIT

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a ,
West Palm Beach, are visitors in -" ....... Try Year M.... At
Key West knd are guest of'Roy visit, ,with his,family!, ( I:' I GROUND.. GREEN Key 'W 1 t'. Only, .Sunday \ ,.-TH -
It will '' THAT GREAT TURTLE MEAT j" .i ,l"Jlpaper- .... ,L t .. lD I
E. Lade manager of the gas tom :Mss: Thompson' anal: : bring into your'! home :1 f mOnlco Restaurant f
Henry -
I ;
ii .R
and Mrs. Lade. v 'Mack r.t ,
pang n iu daughter Miss Barabar Mae. who AMERICAN: SERVANT;; the modern gas r nge. :.. Business OfficeCitizen1 lJ &*'dweialf, Boor, .J------- llc

P. J. Calvin customs agent, v re\tVMyVrJpCfuheral\ '! : of Mrs.TllsropfR D..I: ',,AND, .JUST. ,REMEMBER. that- Your'. home will :.I FREE.PROMPT DELIVERY, L ""1 '",Building,' ? : W ,Six Coerce, Dinner*. ...._

and Cl'W Vo'unga,"of the federal, Carey! left" utaAA\>'esterday 65tf tt afternoonfor iMary : : ,never" be modern without" one. :, LOWE FISH''' COMPANY PHONE Q. 1,-- \P ,.,;!r01\'pA f1' ...? ?--..'.- ,,80*. The and 8S.

alcohol unit, who were in Key i the home in Miami S PHONE_ 151 \ 0 ., r .Ike, : i
West yesterday attending United
States court, left in the afternoonfor C. L. C. Kah manager of the DELICIOUS
Miami.\ I I Florida Public Utilities branch in The PlanNOW CAKES and PASTRIES Our Reputation is Wrap. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE

West Palm Beach who was in Key .
ped in vrery package To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades
Mrs. C. R. King who has beenin West for a visit with Roy E. Lade S and NOVELTIES at

Key West for the past seven''! manager$ of the Key West office : LET'S GET CONFIDENTIAL-for the of STAR, Ib 25c;

months occupying apartments atj:'j and Mrs. Lade, left yesterday aft- THOMPSON'S FREE LARGO, tt 18c;
905 Elizabeth street, will leave. ernoon for headquarters small sum of $1.00 down we will install one of : PRINTINGDONE
MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., Ib 15c.
tomorrow afternoon for her home :
: our MODERN gas ranges that you have been
in Houston Texas. I Mrs.' Lawton Watson left yesterday BY US 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your Local
I afternoon for Miami where hearing your neighbors rave about. THE REST Things that your friends will Grocery Store

)lr. and Mrs.\ E. H. Cherry arrived :, she will stay for a while with her : IS EASY. Just pay $1.00 per month thereafter :I appreciate. Come in and see
J sister, Mrs.\ Bertha McConnell. THEARTMAN -
over the highway last night: them. Roasted in Key Weat by
: the small is in full.
until purchase price paid
from Orlando of i
and are guests I
Our Ready-to-Servo Cake Your next Lobster Crab '
Mr. Cherry's brother and sister-! THEN YOU ARE THE PROUD POSSESSOR OF :, and Pastries are always frohl PRESS net will be much more DiuSTAR COFFEE MILL

in-law.11r.. and Mrs J, F. Cherry.,, Special I SailingsKEY : THAT GREATEST .OF ALL MODERN CON :: Maloney & Peacock Citizen BIdg.PHONE if it is baked and, served in our 512 Greene Street
!I Giant Scallop: or: Heart Sea Phone 256
..Mrs. Angela Vaughn, nee Bald'i: II VENIENCES the incomparable gas range : .PHONE ala 51 Shells. .
win'willlea..e Friday on the Mailory \ WEST t "J'. ..
Line Steamship Henry R, S 5$ "
MUlory for a vacation of about' .1 t "

five weeks in New York, I'i AND REMEMBER :i DINE' AT. THE AARON McCONNELL PRITCHARD w., "j M : .

NEWYORKS I :, PLAZA 536 Fleming Street !,al \.; L ;c :

,Fred Lee employed in the executive RESTAURANT ., "
S. "Henry R. Mallory"FRIDAYS. HOME -- '
: .
office of the bridge projects: : GAS IS ii : .
Islamorada I I MAY 10 and 24 ... 4n
at left yesterday aft-: I II e -
Due New York Tuesdays A. M. eli yon are to
visit ernoon in for Key his West.station after a brief Ii 1st Class More dining at home yon will find Wateb Dlgaifced s.iJ..tic .
$45 DSSt e
Quicker Cheaper Dependable
i Fare _.._ : THE PLAZA a novel and .njoyabU c..rteay.. w: .
James B. Watkins: U. S. naturalization 3rd Class C9K = Iii experience Q .* .w;;

officer, who was in: FareIncluding ...._..- -w : WATCHMAKER JEWELEU LICENSED EMBALMER 7
Key West for the opening Unit] : Meals and Berth .I II BREAKFAST .
ed States court, left yesterday aft.: AUTOS CARRIED AT LOW I AND ENGRAVER
Anibnlance Serrfe
ernoon. : RATES. $27.50 if 2 passengers i See Him For Your Next Work

$5.00.more if one Florida Public Utilities Company SUPPER ALL PRICES REDUCED
Members\ of the revue company,' passenger.C. LADY, ATTENDANT
La Vie Parisienne, 37 in number PLAZA RESTAURANT H enc to 12-1 to S
E. SMITH. Agent Key W..t
after: a successful engagement in : JACK R. HYMAN, Sales Manager. : SOS Dam Street Open Sainrnay Nights PIt... 848 Never Sleep
Havana returned yesterday and CLYDE-MALLORY LINES .
left in the afternoon for New :
York a, .......e........ .......e.......................:



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