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 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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.. Passed By State c SenateMeasure rP < : SEC-r .Hr-Ass.risteC------ Press_ n__._ I I Expenditure Of Four Billion Dollars
&.&< .'" By f inherited difficult old-fashioned I
HETARY-TREASURER, HAD f LONDON May 10.Asked houses with inconvenient piecesof I :
-- give a pen portrait of Queen furniture, can appreciate her I .
BEEN IN KEY WEST ON OFFICIAL -, Mary, first lady of England, the I position.She i t -

Also Passed To STONE READS OFHQNORBESTOWED I VISIT TO AUXILIARY average American would find has devoted most of the I' Work Relief Program Greatly I Federal Relief Officials

himself stumped after recallingthat last 25 years to trying to mo-

Exempt Persons Over I I she id a sort of handsome'f dernize the great houses at the I I And State Administration -
ageless queen who head of the Mall refurnishingone
Before leaving for Miami -
Age Of 21 Paying City' yesterday I ja turban that they make jokes! room at a time and [ Discussed By Party Leaders i Officers Have Already

afternoon, Mrs.\ S. S. Mc-\ i about and who is never seen in getting things to suit gradUall'1 I

Poll TaxI 1 SENDS LETTER TO FERA Cahill, department president of' public without a !silk umbrella. j ji It's been a trial they I ,- Started

That is the lesson the picture The queen's knowledge of ....e..o................ DisputesBy
WORKER WHO NAMED the American Legion Auxiliary,' pages have taught for 25 years housekeeping comes from personal I Carter Glass Represented I

I CHILD FOR HIM and Mrs. Edwin J. Barker, state' since she ascended the throne 1 experience. As the daughter of PICK YOUR CHOICE .
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with her sailor husband King the Duchess of Teck an amazingly As Having Made Strong BYRON PRICE
TALLAHASSEE, May 10. secretary treasurer, expressed' George. There is, however, unconventional and improvident 1 I ........................ ; (thief. .r Ba_... Tae Neraed
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-The senate today passed Frank Balbontin, employed bye themselves as being delighted with i Britons are found of pointing woman most of her girlhood was Fight For Certain Pro- Speaking of candidates, there's Wathiocton U learning that thoj
their visit. t I a good deal more to Queen :\ aSJ spent helping cope with domestic not the least bit of concern over

the'Gomez bill redistricting the Key Went Administration, who than. thaU-n 4 difficulties. I F -'visions'In! Bill: 1 the probability of a multiplicity i privilege of pending .four billion

countyi. ,commissioners districts Franc the time, they'arrived-en 1 t She hasv fore instance, knownjcomparatrvcipovertytAnd -.Lived'lat'Cottage'I' I Iof' aspirants for Gubernatorial i
named his..son for State-Admiasw I t i dollar! will W.
'i | not politically, an1.iud.W..ai.a
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'Wednesday'to: pay their-' official, lived The'dnches* although possessedof honors.It .

in .Jlonroe'County into trator Julius F. Stone, Jr.'ad* account visit to the.auuliryt< Arthur< part of a .rented b a U*.SheM aivj only a Modest income, was the I I I 1 i< .Byi HERBERT'PLUMMET! I is regarded probable that the I after alL

. five.* .J[ardent- housekeeper' so >ardentj most enLhtMal't ''fiJ'tlt.Dilhter'! in .1!next Governor will be selected
,Sawyer'Post'No. that:evening, I MB* 'A.aiet.red'Pre.srWASHINGTONtaMayt
appeared- }
of which recently 'that'none-: tfce'woreai of >spr-j! London and- behaved 'in'. .nter-J J Tb. veryHbitter'disputa which
than four 1 :: 110..0..11I.tltera from these names! : j I
Not more commissioners they were busyiwith their taininp all
,BucldnglmmePalaeeglisiever.eertaM.iihe one and ,
I "includingj i}j <\Vt C Hodgea Leon president -. rave broken outbetween f ralI
or e *
districts could be Citizens or"ttending'a.- 'of entertainment hron-'t 'pop. npj theatrical' .'011"' a- eves fcadioogn-.., d..bt ;in .,
tof the senate.
set up in the city, and not I { : features arranged by the.; the'next'minute and find .dust.n.the scale.1 Asia result1; there.ame..i. {i the mind of,administration : Doyle E. Carlton, of Tampa.I relief official and a half dozen
mantle. 4 time when the- future then I
(Icoal unit and friends. j queen l.ad:1
less than one in the county j'Stone in which he expnstes his Wednesday afternoon they'were Like Those Halt 1.j jI 16. and her mother had to go to i en (and there ha.n't) that former Claude Governor.Pepper, of Tallahassee,!|I state admiaiatrations tell only apart

1 or city. appreciation for the honor conferred entertained dinner the I I Furthermore she wears those Italy for a couple of years to Glass of Virginia must .be reckoned voted out of the senate last year' of the story.
at a at ; '
hats because she likes them. She' economize. That was when she. Latinprecincts.
The new districts will not home of Mrs. Barekr's uncle and diCoveredany years ago that lived in the rented house, or part' with it was removed daring ,;1 by Tampa's." eleven "hot t| From the political viewpoint Mr.

become operative until the 'The letter follows: aunt Mayor and Mrs. Wm. H. Ma- 'the particular model became her of it. ,[ the final stage of the $4,880i i' Peter Tomasello of Orlando,j Roosevelt and his helpers in spending
lone. In the evening, a dinner'! more than any other rhape. She! Even after! she married George 'I'I must reckon with such other
expiration of the present "You do! me a great honor tr,3 with arroz con polio, at Delmonico : has ordered them by the dozen then the Duke of York things,: 000,000 ork-relief..iII. {in conI speaker: of the 1933 house. factors as the disappointment of
D. Landis
term of county commis- I am sure one which I do not deserve Restaurant | ever since. She wears pearl-grey: were'net too rosy. The duke's 1 1r I tre.. ,I ney Cary general. I local officials and private:: citizen

in naming your son for me. After that, a meeting of the auxiliary ; costumes for much the same income was small the cottage in:r who ask for money and receive

sioners. { hope his career will justify your in the legion hall and laterin reason. j 1! which they lived at Sandringhamjwa }! The Virginian's insistence at!{ Nathan Mayo. commissioner ofagriculture. none; the opposition charges of

the Millions the smaller and t? .\'the 1 time that one-third of the I graft and political manipulation
evening they were guestsof of women world even as
The senate also passedthe hopes for him. ( I I I Fred Cone, Lake City, former
Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, over who have envied Queen Mary royal children continued to an" -'!'I loans made under the bill go for whether it exists or not; the dangers -
Gomez bill amending the "If our Administration hat been I pabI. Jr.. { became real senator, now banker and lawyer.(, which lurk in personal rival-
at the Habana-Madrid Club. {her sumptuous residence at Buckingham economy a probk: labor "new dealers' of
'! to do anything: hupeful fur Yesterday they went sight- Palace do not knew what Mary kept her own household'books gave some Pat Whitaker. Tampa 1931 i ries in the works relief set-up; and
on a
act of 1919, providing forth West ( the most anxious moments they'I president of the senate' who will
Key we ere happy about it : she has been and did much of J the compicationshich! appearunavoidable
I seeing tour of Key West as guests up against. Onlyt even her _
establishment of the because that is the reason why we have had in a long time. i: crusade against Peter O. Knightand in the of
of Mrs. Lou Knowles visiting Fort women her friends say, who have..own chopping: !}I I 'I rates. i handling relief -
curt. You may ha sure that w-1"1\- high utility | funds down in the local
Taylor, art gallery and other places In the end he had to compromise com-
of West
municipality Key f
Truman G. of Leesburg.
ever has been done would have -- --- Futch. munities.
of interest Afterwards a vis- but it was a clear case of
also that of exempting per- beer> impol&ibleVitho t the full eee..e..ooo.eee..e..e..eoeo..eeeeeeeeee : i president of the 1933 ae>;ate. i I Appeiatmdits Coaf using
it in
to the patients the Marine
the administration yielding to his j Euxtis chair-
t"ved: l | C. B. Treadway, ,
sons attaining and over the enumeration from the citizens whiwe of Key c Wet; ." hospitaL Here they were shown I ECONOMIC ,HIGHLIGHTS !' demands. (|I I man of the State Road. Department -I A'large part of the trouble b<-.
over the spacious wards, dining 1|, He has prevented the purchase: j I gins right at home in Washington.

age of 21 years from the room recreation salon and the i [I with government funds of_ ..per-t! Henry Tillntan. Tampa, member -I Most of the !hey figures in the

payment of poll tax in city STEAMER MALLORYDUETDWTONIGHT routine and workings' of "the hospital ating private power and gas ; of present senate, i spending organization-particular-
... and its efficient corps Hof Happenings .That Affect.theJinner! ;;: Pails, Dividend! ,vpf1 --1 i -Judge lUleieH EeUwart-ofihe Jx Mr.! Ides:- *2l M*. HPk n. -
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" uytAons and nurses, "explained"detail. rn : Checks and Tax Bills ot;Every Individual; Stubborn. Conference r Criminal court., Tampa. hive ma a n;; numefotu enemies on
Nal1onal"l I HilL To the relief bill
I and International Problems | Jimmie Whitehur, Brooks- get I Ij
] It has been a long time since t
Leaving the hospital they went t |'I I through at all, the administration
MINSTREL SHOW\ I From Local Welfare : capitol: hill _has seen such a stubborn villa
to the home of Mayor\ and Mrs. ;'1 Carl Orlando. j j leaders had to give certain asiurjenees -
VESSEL WILL TAKE ON PASSENGERS I Malone where a farewell dinner .. .........................................,....... 1 and prolonged conference on,1 i Vernon Hawthorne, Miami Slate i that the authority of these 1 a amen
piece of legislation as that: on! '
[ was enjoyed. From there to the a ; would be limited.
MUCH AND FREIGHT [: nation and farewell to Key West | The average citizen has a vague prices of farm products to a profitable the work relief measure. 1i 1|I Attorney. i In announcing his selections for
Dan Miami member
leveL {i One of the most dramatic incidents I Chappell. ,
that the
i for a short while. knowledge of the fact the important,relief posts the
AT THIS PORT j } That debate is largely the of the whole thing came at 1929-31 and 35 houses. |
\ Barker levying'I
Mrs. McCahill and for
1 Federal government !s president adopted, manifestly
appreciative audience greeted i paid their visit had been one of oretical. But there is much war- the last and is an excellent iIIus-I> Pete Robineau. Miami member 1
the a strangely con-
I processing taxes on farm 'com- 1933 and 1935 houses, same reason
fare to be anticipated over purely tration of what Glass d when' present
the presentation of the "Friv I the pleasantest they had ever experienced i can > fi.nlng: method of 'uolicity.He .
Steamship Henry R. Mallory, of I and they will be looking modifies in order to produce they practical issues. For instance, in aroused. >, majority floor lealer. that
olities of 1935"; in the Key West announced on one day
the de-Jlallory\ Lines is due to. forward to a return to this wherewithal for punsuing'the' the past much of the American I( It was when Buchanan of Texas -. Red' Gautier' former Mayor of Mr. Walker would! head the "ap

High School auditorium last night arrive in port this evening from |i I delightful city and its hospitable Agricultural Adjustment program.i: cotton production has gone into chairman cf the appropriations M, ami. j' plication djvirion." Almost everyone -

Those who participated in the Galveston with\ passengers and ,, people. t export trade. But, as processingtaxes committee of the house and Dwight B. Rogers. FortLander-, jumped to the conclusion that
j i ( what he doe&n't know is that
various phases of the productionwere freight The ship will take passengers -| are added to the cost of cotton one of the conferees maneuvered dale author of the homestead ex- Mr. Walker would be the really
and freight from Key I these taxes are now one of the'largest prices must rise, and foreign the senate conferees into a position emption amendment ratified in work relief.
all Key Westers, and though big figure
West. WILLIAM GRINER revenue producers they' buyers don't like that. Production where it appeared they were 1934. But next dax. the White Houe!
there were some members of the I hand that bit- John Beachan. Palm Beach,
There are a few passengers government abroad is stepped up, as other (pposing action taken by the sen announced that another tremen-

cast who were prevented from at- leaving on the ship tonight They DIES YESTERDAYFUNERAL ter war is slowly getting under-]' nations seek sources of cheaper ate. i; member present senate. oowly: important place would go to

tending, through illness, the per- are visitors who have spent tins I way between the friends and! cotton. The result is that farmers, Glass became indignant j t.I E. B. Donnell. Wet Palm Mr. Tnjrwell. The next day after
West and opponents of the tax. !* find that while prices better,!! Beach former circuit court judge
formance was declared creditablein winter in Key arc re are Suggested Alternative ; that Mr. Ickes was disclosed a*
in the During the past 21 months, they unable to sell and they.: ''and a prospective candidate for
re3pecLThe turning,_ their homes are He took into the conference the king pin of the ret-up and on
every SERVICES WILL BE income taxes brought $760,000- begin to doubt the wisdom of the U. s. Senate in 1934.P. .
north for the summer. bill the fourth: day about the same
room of as orig
performance was given in 000 into the Federal till. Proces- a copy D. Patey West Palm Beach.
will tax.
I It is expected that there Mr.
SUNDAY :inally by the senate. This thing happened to Hopkins.
ON passed
benefit of Arthur Sawyer Post 28, be a much larger number of reservations ; CONDUCTED fing, taxes, brought, in $79.2.000"\\"' '1dlscOTer-.fihat'!! bill didn't {he controverdial former chairman of the State i It was all very confusing1.': "

American_ Legion, and Post Commander r for the next! trip\ t the I; AFTERNOON. I t. g99..Andwhebec;,the tax is.good I!tak forces' tip1 lh
John Pinder wishes to express vessel, May 24, which is thg t last 1, ", .. 't.l i:,I (0" O{,cvilit, \,fign,} .ufldeniedfact., tats and pWk'enfeps''V-mov&ts'\ to" 'la which provision men merely some men-prosvisions j I"I' Jj; Turner Butler long retired I tended to. be, but it salved,tome
..;, I! tl l 1'I 1 9tt+r-.'* e I. h', \lt.pf'ha ,threequarteriUiAn '.sales tax ori'tne' # : ; I i > the l us.l \ : baste'Wf&yof'fife {
for vJtq&l
_ to the participants, through of the schedule t fi mqier\ Uoned,.makcK.tiie ha,}jfm .of ad* I worried spirits, and for the 4ie
fif'd ; from the pocketbooks'o 'toed' Theresalt"or'ihitfa <: t'1 l v. J f Harold Collee. of Jacksonville..
unless there, are some,!. ..changesmade ; : WIIIiamRto.1 ;riner'CT! :? jcame! ; I.ea'ders ta'11. on en A. being seems to have left everyone.
columns of The Citizen the i miniattatipn Major General Charles P. Sum'rnerallT
the < !
In thf- : ; : -
! by the,New York offices.? : ; yesterdaVafternoon"4':4irVclocfc: :! ; { Amcjicat.housewjves; { a gathdHisg'iifleeifi3nes\) \ bed* TfifThoplMsilver"spfjatr9d 1 concerned feeling pretty good.l .

thanks of the post,.. Steamship Granada. of. J.he"''in his llot i ld'obi' 1 ;'Vir his:? street Cory; of coutselthetgxfalls) I, upon"on eHmWingJlh'taxVI' ; 1 ion;.is \ : : Ffc".' retired, native of Lake i l .E....;.* Being; MadeThe '
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Thapko 1 food. lemeq of th.e. nogrfirfhers. "lard,''.' Ypfffh, N' v." :'Cfty1; : 4 'd resident of Jacksonville.
.m Even who
qf the organization are and .
Standard Fruit (1rSteansliip'Company after an illness, covering_ ,.a/period/ >11 > If the" gentlemen ,qhouse. 1 new organization needed a
also ,extended to W. 11. Jeffrey arrived in port'lt o'clock-;,1 of'sefer'al' weeks'. :.IJhe! tyreJ'-, In,actual practice..i|peneraKyiul.pc'sed' '"ro'-1tfJ/ 'tir' Glss' .said, to the conferees in ef-:! Grady Burton J of M. W1&ucJ.ula.Comptroller Lee. 1 hao! of friendly cooperation It II"'
through whose untiring efforts, this morning and after taking o'n, Funeral services wilI'lhe1d, .cost of ,the tax is simply atU} the greatest benefic&rieif V>f'' hetax ';feet' liked the senate version of, Jerry Carter of Leon. memberof rood fellowship about its <>*ad to

knowledge of stage craft and direction 26.529:: gallons of oil. water and:! 4:30 o'clock =Sunday: afternoon led to the selling price of the'product are dubious. They think that the bill so well then let them the railroad commission. help, withstand the shock which descended -

the "Frivolities of 1935":: supplies sailed 1 o'clock for Fron-' from Ley :Memorial church where f Example: On .April 1,1| pork processors are cutting down adopt the senate bill in to to. t ti Wells, of and upon it almost immediate.
Mexico. will te placed at 2 1933, Mrs.. America paid, on thei! the price they pay for livestock Harry Chipley I
was successfully presented. :tern ]I the body i I It struck like a bombshell Glas' Tallahassee, former senator, for- IT.
Legion members also wish to Power Freighter C. W. Powers o'clock. Rev. W. J. Martin will average 6.4 cents for a pound'loaf in order to compensate for the>., chncklingly related afterward' State and municipal officials
chairman of the state road
extend thanks to those who attended I arrived from Collier City this officiate. I of bread. In 1934, she' paid I tax, and so are taking it out of The meeting broke up in con-' mer and twice chairman of congregated in Washington in almost -
and by their liberal patronage: 1 morning with a lame consignment Pallbearers will be: EverettR. cents and today she is paring'! the farmer instead of the consumer -,, fusion. I unbelievable numbers. They
the state democratic executive
made the attraction a financial : of seafood products to be shipped Rivas Will P. Roberts Tony 11.9 cents. Not all of the increase!i and middleman. j 1 I! It did the trick. Later in thei i committee. found the work relief situation ?o

success. I north via Mallory line. Cruz. Oscar Cruz. Charles Smith be laid to the processing tax All of this is felt back in'. day the chairman of the confer-) Senator Hayes II. Lewis of involved and so hedged about with
Vo hL wheat, but a substantial part Washington where Senators and technicality that many of them
and Fernando ; ence called another session. It
Marianna, who will if Vernon
I Lopez Funeral Home will be in 1'tof it can. j I Representatives keep their ears to '!took only 45 seconds to reach an I, run i, went away very much dixeoorag*
Hawthorne makes the
SIR. CUBA HAS SHIP RETURNS 1 I charge: of arrangements. I Two hundred million dollars of i, the groundResult is a "growing:; agreement. Charlie Durranee and race.Stafford' ed. Eventually many must be disappointed .

i iI Survivors are the widow, Mrs. the $792.000,000 the proceSllngitax : feeling on the part of many Congressmen I II and probably alienated
80 PASSENGERSSteamship I TO MOORINGS Lulu Griner; four daughters Mrs.I has raised! according to the! that the tax ,should bet.f Caldwell: who failed to make the, for even four billions will go only
in 193%.
t ; Carrie Pent Mrs. Juliet Saunders. U. S. New, came from hogs. Two; repealed. Some of them are I PINEAPPLES : grade i! ro far.

: Mrs. Ruth Cruz end Miss Dalia hundred million more came from beginning to talk about it-others I These local officials also brought

'I'I Griner; four sons. William M. Jr.. cotton A little less came from i will line up behind them when the SHIPPED OUT I' B. F GARDNER ;, to Washington stories of disappointments -
Cuba of the P. andO. During the winter *,son the Davey Leonard 1>1 George Griner; heaL The remainder came from j future tt the tax comes up for down at the other end
S. S. company, arrived yester- Schooner James'L.5Jobett, owned|i gone sister; !tn."Rebecca Murphy. sugar corn, tobacco, rice and! Congressional consideration. I : 'I' S of the line-amon the recipients

day afternoon from Havana with by William BL,$m'tbwas moved,;': of St. Peter burg, and 10 grand- peanuts. : N ,VISIT HERE. of relief themselves. cf

80 passengers, of whom 35 were from tberei..t.. r Vatoiorings and ':' children. Of the 792000.000, $700.000.-: NUMEROUS GIFTS I, Pineapple shipments this mom j f One mid-western mayor tod the \

aliens. There were 61 first class moored in enother location, to af- 000 has been paid to the farmer.' ing numbered 3$ cars.. Qf these i relief dispenses plainly they were

and seven second class, for KeyWest ford spacious alighting area for I'I SPENDS LIFE IN SONG It is paid to him in fUlfillment' FOR GERMAN ARMY there were 31 'cars of crated fruit CHECKING' UP,AND REVISING making enemies ia every direction. t

; four first and eight sec- the planes of .the" Rep 'West-Mi- of a contract, not to produce j ( Amartate4 'Pm) I'I'.n. I going to distributing point .in the STANDINGS OF BUSINESS i i Even those on relief be said. were

ond class for Tampa. ami airways. HOPEWELL HILL. Can.- more or better food but to pro-, BERLIN May 10.-So many ,tate and five cars of fruit in balk, growing embittered because Mr.

Ferry parrott arrived yester- Since the airplane service has';i Spending his life in song at least duce less. He gets BO much an gifts In cash and kind from private rhfrped tn bond to Canada.' HOUSES 1 Hopkins' social workers were pre. j

day with 17 carloads of pineap- been discontinued until next win-. the Sundays is the boast of John acre for not producing cotton; aoI! persons for the new army have Shipments to date total 441 r scribing diet nobody liked, and

plea 9,336 crates; five cars with ter Captain Smith has been granted I I M. Tingley cf this city. Tingley much for not raising hogs. And i poured into the defense ministry, I cars which is wen in excess; of the iiurttting on regulations for which

fruit in bulk, and six miscellan permission to return his vesselto has been singing in the Hopewell therein lies one of the grounds, that Werner von Blomberg.: war number shipped during the same Benjamin F. Gardner, repre- nobody could figure out the reason -
the regular moorings.DANCE. is getting'underway. : has asked the period last I I enting Dun A: Bradrtreet and .
11II. Baptist Church choir for 64 years. for the battle that !minister public to year.BABY
Mr Gardner, on their reg'nlarvisit -
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A great many people j pay such into a special
HENS AND FRYERS 1 I think it not only unwise, but s banking account, opened for I CHICKS to Key West and will remain
several days._ They are guests ;
actually criminal. for the govern- the purposeOne I .
YOUNG ROASTING HENS I Barred Rock White Rock, at the Colonial Hotel. "
5.6 and 6H poundsNICE --at tit- Tonight at 9:30 O'clock mop t to pay out good money to"bribe" J Leipzig business firm declared i and SURPRISE DANCE!
Gardner ta
Mr. checking up .
; FAT FRYERS KEY WEST COUNTRY CLUB ] producers to cut (downj, a dividend of 5 percent in-;I White Wyandotte and I I II the

z, 2U and 2% p*..,d.Fulford's Saturday May 11 CUBAN CLUB thfjf production. This group is tead of 6 percent the difference White LeghornsFoUord's I II various revising business the standings houses bringing of I T morrow' Night
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Poultry Farm For Members-o--and Oat of Tow ADMISSION.Toot and HU 90e 14 Honey PLUS TAX Boys now which engaging liars that with non-production the group is I to building go as up a the patriotic new defense offering fore for I I .Poultry' Farm. I files up to date and establishing I i! Pltcne 220 For Reservations

their financial status
Phone 880 I Deliver Guests essential in order: to raise the I es. *. *I I Derirer Phone 860 i




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Ptr".. a4 try a Uy MyTtlfcl Some of the recent amazing advances MARINERSi

f1flXKlfUll: .lll\U "'".. IVt.'. DAYS GONE BY a.o......... i .
1. I'.Airra.:\. l>mldr.t.Vrutn made by surgery were enumerated by tar .t..elated rr. )
Th.* Citlxre buildingOHfnt I Happenings Here Just 10 Yean! The following items which will I| Temperatures I I es. Showers and thunderstormshave ; I STOCKHOLM, May 10.-More

Ufroe and Aaa Street. Malcolm T. MacEachern\ in an address I Ago Today At Taken From be of much interest to the readers!: Highest ......._...................._._..87 occurred since yesterday : than 100,000 persons have signed

this month, in which he credited surgery ; The Files Of The Citizen jT. j of The Citizen written by Russell' I Lowest m'.m..m. __..__...77 morning in the Gulf States, Okla. | protests against the announcedi
treat and Uonro in
: la Key hislcolumn
t dy Dally J ew pap r i King appeared recently :
c tjr.itered X-rays and radium with no less than 20- 1, Mean ... ..m .. .. ... 82: homa. the Ohio Valley Tennessee! i program of Sweden's socialist
Tje Waterfront : I
: assistanttsecretary i i'Normal;. Mean ::::..:: .:. :.:.:::.-.::78 1
at Kj 'V .10 Florida, aa a oond Baas matterFIIT1SHTU 000 positive cancer cures. Douglas Robinson J in The Tampa Tribune: the Lake region, and in portionsof government for introduction of

; of the navy arrived inj| Paul Bunyan wag a big lumber I|: Rainfall the middle and south Atlantic j further state monopolies, notablyi

VKAKMember Great progress<< also has been made in Key West today, accompanied! bY!! man whose achievements have I I i
tobacco and
I' Yesterday's
Precipitation gasoline.
.. .'.... his! I .0 Ins. States, except in southern Florida I on
( tae Anela t Commander K. II. Gormley, | been written down in the traditions '
.L A *ocitd Jr... i I. .xclu.!vrly entitled, to ... ,the.treatment or' goiter the death rate aide. They were met at the station| FrenchCanadianlumber Normal Precipitation... ..131ns.mdiac the heaviest rainfall{ 'being 1.54. i, .-.r: .
of the "
.r "? ltvtttlGn uf all n..wm-.li I>.teli... credited, 10' i i i I -T.I. rererd.e0..r.a 24-b.: _, ..r.... The belt hi
H or nut cti.crwUe credited In this paper and alsote from which was a.high as 20 per cent, !by Captain Clark D. Steams ('om-! camps.: You've probablyread at K ...1_.. this ...-i-c. ,inches at Penspeola. Fla. Temperatures -' torna supposed

.. lo al hews put.lx.heil begs : now reduced to less than one cent in mandant at the naval station,i) about him. lIe had a little 1 j,i Tomorrows Almaaae have risen over western sections to include Arkansas, Missouri.I .

per other officers from the station -: blue baby ox that measured 17 ax | and elsewhere changes have I Iowa IHinom nd- roach wf Kansas
[ Sun rises . .. .. 5:45 >
mTCRIAL a. m.
NATIONAL ; the best hospitals and ships in the harbors handles and plug of chewing tobacco -j i been unimportant with readings and Nebraska. However in 1934:
Milord a I.I Sunsets ...:.:.:.:..:..:::::. 7:02 p. m. I
Ir II AS'SOCIATIONtA and Cuban Ccnsul Domingo -' between the horns. .. ...._....... generally near or above normal New Orleans, CHtvelami and Indianapolin -
<:::YJ_ s 9.3 5 In the surgery of the stomach and gall and a number of representative !I(|i Moon 1:19 p. m.
Paul Bunyan told some big throughout the country.G. : experience the freak
.. at the : !I i I Moon sets<<: ...............-- 1:29) a, m.
st.B< iRirTi IIATKSjn bladder, death rates formerly reaching 20 citizens. On arrival yarns and did some big things. lIe S. KENNEDY. *t rm-t Tornatloes abide by no

Tear ,__ .__ ,.___. ._.. __._')1"c" naval station a salute of 17 guns became impatient with a crooked-!j I Tomorrow's Tides ] Official in Charge. [ set rules.,
Mntb, _.. ... . ,__u"5.." to 30 cent have been cut to about C I
v per of the !I A.M. :
was fired! in honor visiting; Kansas where P.M.j
:hr.r MunthaB .. .. "-._'U .- -- S La t ly winding road .n I _.
> !- 11."nth n_ m.. .. .. ..--..- ----. -.- .ri per cent. Today practically part of official. After making an inlpeejtion the whiskey trees rrew so he hitched -j!JHigh, ............_.... 4:58 4:51: -- -- -- ---

W,<>kly: .______..._.__ .....__..__.__ .z. any and property the secretary! Babe the little ox. to' the 'I Low ...m'" .... ...10:42 11:14 II .-- -- -. - .-- -- .

AUVlilTlI\a HATESSI'KCJAL. the brain may be operated on and many will leave on the U. S. S. ayl'prinir ..i and pulled it ont ytrai; ht. roa'I'I Barometer at 8 a. in. today:

Made koown on a"pllc-aU'n.. heretofore incurable conditions corrected. for Useppa Island! where'! A couple of Paul Bunyans were i Sea level, 30.03.WEATHER I TRY BEFORE YOU BUY

rvtd'ngr notices, ;cards AU1ICKA of thanks. resolution" .f he will also! hold an inspection. |I on the waterfront yesterday, slinging '

'teit I,, rMtoary: notices, etc., win lie charged for at Even the heart has been subjected to thesurgeon's raint brushes along the .I' FORECAST
,i.JP of :. eenw a line. A tribute to the memory of]; Tender Ivy. I
the Lhrhthense
"-, chnrcheM from which knife with success in of
by some
for entertainments cases.
.-. iiuv a IB lo tor derived are 5 cents a line. Lucien I It. Kerr' who died in Key: They told yarcs they pot from :i (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) Free for Three MonthsI

,'it.. .;lion is an open forum and Invites discos* :Several feet of intestines may now be re- West; in 1920 is the stained glass : KeyVe t'-':from the sponger,and i Key West and Vicinity: Partly
and of local
H ii of public Issues subjects or general .
',' re t but it will not publish noormons communl- m.oved with substantial safety to the window recently )placed! in the, 1 fishermen: along North Beach I
pa- '
alhts First; Methodist church and an- yarns: that were rpun in and nut i =: :

tient. In the treatment of serious, frac- veiled t Sunday. The deceased 1 was, among the fishing nets. i I
1C h not free wouldn't mate in the United i l
sps:: were we. a jAarmacistV r$ I
tures, limbs which would have been am- 18' I dl1o-:
have to listen: to sto much bunk. States navy and although but e' '
heard the
"Did storyof
putated in the past are now saved in many years old at the time of his death you ever I \
the ship that ran into rpidcrnchs I pObasI
had served 1 as organist in the :
find for cases. church: for a number of monthsHis !!f: !'! in the middle of the Atlantic '. !
Most people ready excuses al
Shelton;; asked.. "Well \ .
for him many'! ? Curry : : 5'l\, ," .
Surgeons are now able to the personality won >> .
what don't want to do. open of .
not doing they remember his the ship ran into a. networ : '
rrlt'nd.110 artistry t
chest with, little danger to the patient,.and the kEriderwebs. and was; caught fa.t. tL&t ..
on the organ and harp.|r
draining the chest Land'' had to lay to for three days .
cavity of is "
pus now The window is in oriental :
like to
The would
public generally temple wait for storm to wash them
I!I a Partly Cloudy
common., Tuberculosis has .teen successfully d&i'i and bears the
have everything without paying for it. "I'Will Dwell In the Ito se of,;, awav. ,
controlled by surgical means, under i "They tried to haul down the cloudy tonight and Saturday; gen- ,
the Lord. jMi j '
certain 'con of the Mae West films are a and of Florida: Mostly cloudy, probably -
!S Helen Claude Williams worse in the webs, some ; I
The wonderful advances in medicineand I' local showers in north and
bust, though they could appropriately be was hostess Saturday to the members -!, them were torn array.; The men

BO advertised. surgery are contributing inestimable of the bridge club and Miss;|I: hd to go below and stay there central. portions tonight and Saturday f' is only ONE way to find out whetheran

benefits on mankind in the relief of suffering Margaret Doll was the winner of;!|I until a storm: came up." Jacksonville to Florida Straits: ': ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expect
"What did hang onto-
and in prolonging life. It is tragic the first prize. Members of the they of it. That's by testing it with own recipes,
Gentle east or southeast winds and i your
:: :
three webs of the sea? he
Jane Ruth rpider
When asked to contribute somethingto club artMisses Curry. '>
that so much of the science and art of heal- Eola Finder Grace Lowe,!| was asked. mostly: overcast weather, probably J [ in your own kitchen. That way, you find ourEX-

the Old Ladies' Home, a generous citi-. is counteracted Cash Falk just tied on to 'local! she.wer<.:*< over south portion ;< j ACTLY what an electric range will do under your
ing by human carelessness, Mary Lijrhtbourne, Louise i iI j "Oh they were
zen offered to donate his mother-in-law. especially by fools who drive automobiles Margaret Boll and Helen Claude,,,, etch: other," he replied casually.! tonight and Saturday. i> own system of cooking.
Eat Gulf: Gentle easterly
without regard for life or limb. Wilhams.: I I I wind, increasing over west!!' portion The Key West Electric Company extends an

A canine lover was heard to say the I D. .LeBaron I'errine editor of!: Then. Victor Russell (and he'sno tonight and Saturday. (:, I invitation to ALL customers- to make this test without -

other day: "Too bad dogs can't talk." If The Tropic Magazine and president i kin to me) told the story of East Gulf: Gentle easterly l i cost or obligation.
the rtorm down in Key i
they did, the pooches would soon lose their of the Tropic Publishing was a better yarn ,as he ten it wind, increasing over west por- i The Company has such complete confidence

company, was a pleasant! cailer :at: ,,I 1' .ion Saturday. in the of
popularity. 'i than just written down in cold = I I performance
Real The Citizen office lie left'today ---
progress of a municipality comes today.
RANGE that it is to four j
., black and white. i willing place a three or
when the citizens of today plan for the for Havana and will! return|. "A nor'westerwas sweeping WEATHER CONDITIONS 1 i I : burner range in your home on trial for a period of
have there to West and entrain
these when from Key -
One of days we
needs of the citizens of tomorrow. Tne ;J down from the! gulf and the breakers I three months without any obligation on your part.
do like for Miami. I I Pressure! is moderately low this I
plenty of money we are going to were driving in 10 and 20 feet |
of growth of Key West for example, depends hiph. he said. "They thought all morning over the northern and extreme At the end of the trial period you pay us only
everybody who has plenty moneytryto i II I'
the vision with There is a ]large building pro- eastern Lake andover 4
upon which present citizenssee ships had made port, when an old region, $1.25 or $1.75 per month
. get some more. gram outlined in Key Vest for, the Rocky Mountain and
two I i
thought sighted
the requirements of the progressivecity seaman !:
the summer and many Plateau region and Rio Grande I
tail masts rolling:: in the storm j'
not of today but of tomorrow. of dollars! are to ba expended.: look-' Valley. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. !rI
their It I
"They got glasses.
When an efficiency expert was being In .!addition to construction in the Electric Service-The More You Use
Having such a vision and possessing ed like a ship on the bare poles its I 29.88( inches and Helena. Mont.,) i
born to his grave by six pallbearers he ?itf a number of ov.-ncrs of land,!: 29.63 Inches. .
High coy- I
faith in the possibilities of Key. West there falls ripped away or hauled down I pressure: i 'The Lower The Rate '
arose in his coffin and said: "If you would on(Boca Chica have signified thsir for the blow. But one keen-e>ed I ers most of the remainder of the I j
is nothing that remains unimportant. Any- intention of building homes on it country with centers off the I t
wheels under this casket could layoff fisherman! finally -
put you thing, and everything, that will make Key the island. j i it was just a real big crawfish south Atlantic (coast over the I

five men. :wallowing the of the waves middle Mississippi and lower OhioI I TheKeyWestElectiic CompanyMOTHER'S
West more attractive to live in, and an on lop
The magnificent i and palatial sticking 'h tail fins through! I I Valleys and the north Pacific I
tip j i I
Answering a subscriber who asks if a easier place in which to make a living, is Yacht Oneida owned by the publisher -' the waves and enjoying the I t j I States, Hatteras, N. c., 30.16 inch- .
desirable. William Randolph Hearst:< .
man should ever keep anything from his The arrived in port this morning with 1 I --- -
work of building Key West does
wife, an exchange suggests'that he mjght the owner, his two sons, William! IIII "I IIIA
not devolve upon any civic organization, R. Jr.. and Jack Hearst and a There were a couple of more t .............
be ju tified in holding out enough for car- stories but they can wait. The :
or group of organizations. It is a duty that party of friends, on board. The Waterfront dedicates these I .
far" and lunch. vessel 1 spent' the day in port whi'et! r yarnstodav .
rests directly upon the shoulders of each to Captain Sa<;ten. master of .
supplies were taken and the party
.. citizen. Organizations exist only to coordinate toured the island. This afternoon !iI the! United Fruit Ship Turrialba.
Key West merchants might as well + who h in a Tampa hospital recovering .
the efforts of the citizens. the Oneida sailed for New Y ork.\\
get ready for better business next'Fall, and I from an appendicitis opera DAY
No citizen can escape his civic duties tion. No he doesn't tell stories
the bet way i is to have the stock requiredand I Editorial comment: Correct this
but kick .
like he'll out
by declining to participate in the func- these get a
Ihen let the folks know what it is. And sentence., : "I keep my troubles i, of them. S .
tions of an organization. These duties ex- to myself, bit nm always glad toi|
the accepted in this city i* to advertise "' Captain Saren suffered a serious
way isted before the organization came into listen to those of other: people. : attack Friday morning a& his
in The Citizen. !
.. \ being, and remain whether the individualis ship was coming into port and! I !
forward toward FLOWERSo
Plans are going ; was taken to the hospitaL The J ;
a joiner or not. If the citizen does not starting a new subdivision den-r, operation that afternoon
There is no end bf suggestions i for amore was performed -
like the organizations available he is not lopTtept on Key Largo> in the: and he is getting along .
abundant life, pensions for this and section.> The develop-) I
Tayernier i
fine they His wife drove
any compulsion to join, but life is, ,
that? share-the-wealth, and schemes fo m it will }ie. known) as Palm' ,! down from \ew York and is with '.

nevertheless, under the .full .obligation of &>1.\ and tirheheompleted will! j! him.Today's .
spn hi and he should* *lexecute eo prise :1C"I
se;'tm", but nothing: constructive conceringthe \ i rs- .

reation of wealth. You" have to have' them. '.- I :,*, _j ',}tO ....t. ........................ KEY WEST when other gifts fail ':

I .
before you can share. < A1::. .*. <>..uJIifilf. Ir n 9SCOpe.COLONIAL HOTEL ,

1 tHR KETT WEST FINI ,,, i :
q o fr ................O..... In' the'Center 0' ".
r of the Business '

Now that it has the daily newspaper *""' "*""" You houM"be able in exeeuti+ Theater .
and District
(Miami Herald!) S Gladioli dozen
field to itself the Gainesville Sun.changes, with powers of'res'urce:! ; endowed per :
The finding of a half ton of books, documentsand with a receptive mind, and should First Cla.i-Fireproof- >
from a morning to an evening paper to
: letters, dealing with the early history of.Fort make a mrk.in: the world. There ; Sensible Rates
give its subscribers "the very latest and is an indication of indolence oran 50c and 75c
Jefferson in an abandoned stable in the military
indication to depend too much i .
un-to-4he minute local and wire news. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i
i reservation at e"t'st, may turn oat to be a real upon others; do not allow this tot i
Residents: : of the University city doubtless I \,, .
There is als-
historical ti ensure trove.. get control of you. Carafe ElevatorPopular
sill) appreciate this opportunity: to get "to- an indication of considerrblo 1 Prices !
of the records which
Sorting *musty have
il *.. today." If there means.! .I ,
: \/ news were no evening *- Roses dozen
fAin these many years in old packing eases, oughtto \ }; per
papers, modern readers soon would -- --- :
be a delight to research workers. Many of _. '
be<'<>r."' exasperated waiting for tomorrowto ---I : .. :
the volomes contain nothing bat prosaic tabulations .
1' arn the really important events of thed $1.20 :
of costs and financial whatnots connected : iss

:' :.Miami Daily tfe :s. .
with building the abandoned fortress. Important
: :
Other documents do MFessfy Trill disclose :
A Mrs. Mary A. Peden fac
those personal _,,",'''in the life, of the fortress of Announcementsconcerning '
fr m her home in Miami, suddenly sees the :
Phone 598 597
skies bright When Edward C Rom h/. (j e-toMelcty@n; $.., gent'l' tion.of. your reservation now to or ;

Americans. ,&
president of the First National Bank of the redemption of First and :
Hasty sarvey oj the finstt&s turned tip a : S
Miami\ ., heard of the old lady's plight hs Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been ,
copy of the pardon order of Dr. Samuel A. JoIa-ciJ. .
remembered a long inactive account of 15 made by the treasury Department this
;Sentenced: to the island fort for giving medical aid : Supplemental valuable gifts for mother be
tears !standing, investigated and found week. may
to John Wilkes Booth, the assasStn. of Linsofn.Xow .
th1S9:, ; year old pioneer to. be the .
that the isolated and abandoned fortressis seen in our household goods dspartment
rightful owner. The amount was $1- .
i being repaired as a national monument,, thosefaded We would be pleased to have you ..
015.10. This in Itself is a remarkable .
old records may disclose -interesting facllc.f consult us .
storv.: but there is a sequel. When asked
personal happenings and customs of its garrisons -
1 what use!' she: would make of her suddenly I' .

acquired) fortune, she replied, "I've always and its prisoners of a, nature to conjure uj South Florida & Co.

wanted to take a trip to Key "est-but In.'e in the minds of the present-day Americanwhat THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF I' Contracting Engineering :

< ,' had enough money." She probably really went on behind its grim walls. KElf'WEST'Member

will else herself this gratification now, as The taSk' o):cataloguing! the documents rests I Puone 593 White and Eliza Streets

with the Florida. etergen; lie!' administration.It .
the trip i is not very expensive, and she will r of the Federal Reserve

certainly receive a hearty welcome from might to be'a .... cant dot;.. The restiitsniajbe .. j i .............................. ................................e.......

the :Island City, <..of. real' f history.! al.value.. _, j<'..'', ......::., ... .: .. .. .... ...;:q J I II'I.I .I:


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SOFTBALL J WAYNE N. J_Although totally :
LEAGUE blind, E A. Burdette of TAt hFn:

I SPORTSGIANTS Club- W. L. Pet. 1 this city jeweler built a 7-room.i r rwr'"r,532S given' that

FOR NEXT ; Cleveland ____.____.._.11 4 .733 2-story house doing all the work i Hm JULPE -xy.
WEEK DIAMONDBALL CAME PLAYED holder assignee of Mate
I and
Chicago .......__............13 5 .722 ;, except the masonry and plumb-! County T.s.lfI....'. Numbered
GIVEN BY i j jI. **, dated the ,
SPORTS ing. I" 2nd
Boston _..._..._..._.. 10 7 .588 YESTERDAY AFTERNOON ; A. n. LSI:!*, has filed day said of Certificate Amust

WRITER I Washington _.._....10 8 .550 RESULTS IN 3.2 SCORE LEGALS r lion in my for office tax dead.nd.ha.to. made issue. applica thereon

-- New York .__m_.___.. 9 8 .529 I. ill accordance with law. SaM CcrtlOeate -
-- -- --- I -
t embraoes the following de-
..... .................... ............ Detroit ____...._..._._ 7 10 .412 v THR rmri'IT comT OF TUT I scribed property, situated In Monroe -
DEFEAT (By JOVE) I Philadelphia ..._.._ 4 13 .235 (By JOVE) I F\TIKTH jinini riRctir County Florida to-wit

DOINGS) AROUND THE i GOLF NKS..j A doubleheader of diamondball St. Louis ... 3 12 .200 I Yesterday afternoon the Lighthouse ., Of INn THKiTTK FOR IO\HOR OF FI4IRin COO'\T5.t '.. : and JZi SEW of 9\V of XE"of,NEV of NWV.of NW\in

will be played at the Bayview: tfuban \ ('H',r.R\'. Section a. Township 61 South
PIRATES REDS NATIONAL LEAGUE j crew gave the Club J. Merrill Adamx.. IUtnf[..' 34 East, as recorded in
; Park field tonight between teamsof I ;, ten its first taste of defeat far Plaintiff -Mi.nrce County Kerords. in the
J Club- W. L. Pet. so
II T8. P.rorl.mrp ., ..... .,I 4'hunty of )Jonro.Slale of
(-By- GRAVY) the Social League. New York ..........._.....12 3 .800 in the second half of the Social Tat !Sale Cerlltleale. Floi-lda. Uoolc AJ. pare 556.

BOWTODODGERSPHILLIES | .........................,........................ In the opening contest which 1 Brooklyn ......._..........12 7 .632 4 I J Diamondball League schedule. ,, Elizabeth widow. H. Gwynnr.a 'under The th assessment.-. aM 6"."_n.of_.....said.....__..._..property.,._.._.u... ....

Some of the results of yester- Berlin can still (not referring to will begin at 7:30 o'cloclc. the Chicago __...._......__..._. 9 7 .563 It was a bitter loss for the TWrndant. I was .fin the name of S. IA. Robert
day's matches may be a little {'the art of speech) go out and I St, Louis ...-___ nh_______ 99 .500 Cuban Club Mys, who were fighting oRn R r OF rLKLICATIO\ lTt less raM Certificate shall t.e
Service ten will lock horns redeemed according to law,
with It appearing br the'affidavit of las
DOWN CARDINALSIN ( ..___...._. ..... 9 11 .450 1 until the conclu*ion of the I de
wrong, as given below, but will be shoot a good game when he baa I Pittsburgh J. Merrill Adams, plaintiff In the.alx will Issue thereon on the 4th
right as far as ye scribe is con- half a mind to do such. But he the Recreation Department out Cincinnati .. .... 8 11 .421: 1 contest, but the pitching of De- >ve styled cause which said affidavit daw of June A. P. 1t3..

PITCHING_ DUEL BUCK cerned. However you may read i must have missed some sort of a fit. The nightcap will bring together : Boston ... ...... ._. 6 11 .353 meritt and the support giving him that ban the been said duly affiant filed believe In saidieanse In Hated$. this 3rd day of May. A. T>.

WALTERS BESTS WALKER the results and then weep or shot because he was seen in frontof the Bayview Parkers and :! Philadelphia ......._.. 4 10 .286 in the field overcame the Cubans' (. that Elizabeth II. Hwynne. a widow. \.1'cult Court Seal.
the defendant in the ROSS G SAWYER
AS PHILADELPHIA cheer, as you best see fit. So,! his shop about 8 o'clock last the Garage aggregation.: j stubborn resistance. I cause is a resident ..f .tKnIItyl.a State ncountry T CI1erk. of the Circuit Court :Monroe,
WINS here goes: i night taking a lesson from Spottsyon The )i Ii Score by innings:. R. H. E. other than the State ofI County Florida.
Softball schedule for next, COLORED BALL Cuban Clnb- I I Florida, namely, the State of VirBinia. m&IHIJ7.24nflTIrF. : :
how to make
a pitch to the I'
? and that the residence of the
week in the Social: League follows 000 100 001 0 2 7 7:
Louis Cruickshank and Earl green. All this being done with said defendant. Elizabeth M.iCwynne. "
c.ilN'ri.i c. The c......) :Julian 'got together and put the i j words and an imaginary club. : GAMES SUNDAY" Lighthou: e001- i as particularly aj is. \ OF 'rrl.lr.'TIO FOR
NEW known to said affiant la 4tJWe t TX IKKINotice >
YORK May 10.-The bee Cookie Mesa and Partner Monday 001 000 1--3 4 3 1 '
on afternoon: the Adminis- York Street, City of Norfolk. State
New York Giants defeated the Charlie Salas (all of these boys] ., Batteries: C. Garcia and Martinez -tot i Virginia and that there is nnperson : is hereby given that
The usual foursome composed tration ten will meet'the Service I imilwIKT
in the State of Florida theservice C.X'ILI.If.I..l"FXXL
Pittsburgh Pirates 3 to 1 behind ; Pemeritt and F. Stickney.
are very electrically-inclined) by of outfit : of it subpoena whom wilder an aMimev of
Grooms Ayala Taylor and Russell at the Army Barracks, be- upon state and
The the series of
the steady pitching: ,of Carl Hubbell the clone score of 1 trr i. They had ;. ginning at 5:3C second in Summary: Errors C. Hernan- 'would hind ahl defendant, Elisabeth county Tas t..rtlfi..aeOemr..."
with Cy Blanton the were batting 'em around. o'clock. games between the Coconuts and: dez 3. Hernandez 2. M. Esquin-I It. <;wynne. Further, that said ,55 dated the %lid day of Anirnst
on to go to the 19th hole to decide: Those boys have lots of fun but Monday night the Recreation colored baseball affiant belieteK that the acre of the A. n. W2C.! has filed raid Certificate I
Tigers, teams
mound for the losers. who would be the winner and !aldo. O. Esquinnldo. Cerezo. Head, i said defendant, Elizabeth II. ln my office, and has mart applica
The Cincinnati Reds went downin they never keep together for some boy will play the Lighthouse will be played Sunday starting at!; F. Stickney; two base hits: M. ..Esjquinaldo. ISwynne: t* over twentyyeast" j tion for tax deed to Issue thereon
yours truly heard argumentthat reason or other. Ike starts off crew at Bayview Park startingat 3 o'clock. The It In therefore ordered that Elizabeth Inorr1anc. with law. Said Certidcf -
city championshipis
defeat at the hands of the ensued on number nineteen, 'J with them from the tee and then 8 o'clock.Tuesday 'I' C. Garcia. Dion; stolen' ,. II. Owvnne. a widow" the defendant if embraces the following deserit.ed -
Brooklyn Dodgers with 'a score West. Asa i being determined.Last bases: Tynes. Dion Cerezo Stan- In the above styled cause, property situated In ;MonCounty. -
down here in '
way Key meets them on the green. All this afternoon the Cuban Sunday's ended in a and she is hereby repaired to ap r ., Florida. to-wit:
reading of 5-4. Ray Benge's matter of fact every player on time he Club game lien i ; sacrifice hits. Types; double .r to the bill ,of'complaint In said I I..t 4 of novo fat :t. In S.-..-
I has been playing some aggregation: will tackle the 2-2 tie The this Sunday I lb....... lttoa
splendid relief pitching enabled the score. game -I : Ogden to A. Hernandez. on M''0''*y, the 3rd day. *. Township" 61 South,
the outside the foursome .
course j other fairway but Ike always hasa I American Legion team; which contest i is expectel to be equally hard Martinez to A. Hernandez struck .. A. l>. 1935.: : otherwise the alle-1 JUFIKC 24 East, as recorded in
Dodgers to take the game doing the squabble claim that they j; caddie so he is never lonesome. will be played at 5 o'clock in ; !I ".tI..1O" .f said bill ,will he taken anconfessed Monroe County Records, in tiFlorlda. >
Th4 Phillies_triumphed over the missed a shot or two on account : fought. I!out: by Demeritt 1. by Grcia 7;I(I by said defendant.It I Vonnty of Monroe State of
i it He'' and Grooms otight' to hit.he; Bayview Park.Tuesday The game is to be called bases balls: off Demeritt 1 off is farther ordered that this order { Stung B4. page 1 Cc.
Cardinals on
: 2 to 1, in a pitching of same and say they hope one be published once a week for The assessment of said
ball at the time and then night 8 o'clock the propertyujider
same : ,
duel t Between Bucky Welters and.'side won but they can't believe it. I promptly it was said today and Garcia 3; Gild pitches: Garcia 2; I I fonr consecutive weJts in. The Key the said Certificate Honedas
Bill Walker. they would go down the middle Recreation diamondballers 'lViJIlot'k players not on the field will forfeit left on bases: Cuban Club 8. ,I t, \Te'III {Citizen a newspaper. published in the name of Ward A. Roberts. -
111 let you know later what the of horns wit In Monroe County State of .
time. Tart the day was the! Garage dub.Wednesda'y ; ,
Thj Chicago Cuba went to victory f scrap was about. every the game.A : Lighthouse 4; earned runs: Light-j l I I FlnridaI Unless said Certificate shall be
I :spent in the rough by Fred and afternoon the Ad- hated this Jth day\ of April, A. redeemed
1:25 according
over the Boston Braves. The ; house 1; time of game: ; umpires I j i to law. tax:
Pete both claiming they were ministration players: : will cross :D 1JJ5. rteert will Issue thereon on the 4th
center to be built /
in this 51. Tex' : Albuvy :and Gonzalez j: Circuit l Court Seal 1)
score game was Charlie Ketchum Russell Kerr !( day of June, A. n. 15se
: 'hunting Ike's ball but neverthelessthe bets with. the American Legion for the Indians on the Cherokee( ': ROSS CL SAWYER Dated this .
Carleton' six-foot I Jrd dar of )1.,. A. n.
righthander,:| and Bob Spottsjvood had on a I ..
I II ball they found was played to ten. beginning at 5:30 o'clock. reservation! in North Carolina will! The made :Clerk Circuit Court. Twetelieth.ludl- "
who turned back the Boston Brave:* I friendly match with the scores being I total net profit by I cola I Circuit of Florida in and Circuit Court Seat
six times last season held them I!I just opposite: to the way the I Ii the green by them. Which ap- Wednesday night. S o'clock, the have a hotel for the accommodation -, 4-H club boys on South Carolina t for Monroe County. ROSS ('. SAWYER,
'I pears to be something don't Lighthouse! outfit will be seen in of tourists William V. Albury. C erk of the Circuit Court. Monroe
visiting Smoky farms in 1934 amounted to $98.- I
to five hits, giving the Cabs the mentioned. Ketch j
i names are ; know.what.Sam action with the Bayview Parkers. Mountain Solicitor for Plaintiff. County, Florida.
victory in the series national park. j 832. I aprU-U-I:!c; myl-l:
opener. I j I must have been off his game a bit > Thursday afternoon the Garage may3-l -17-24-31:
The White Sox felrfrom first .___ ..,
while Russell doing a tittle I II mechanics will meet the American
place a* Wes Ferrell shut them : better than usuaL Bob was play- I Swinky Swanky Bobby Legion buglers 5 o'clock. ''WI
Harlington Sid McPhid Jim
out until the last His i
same steady game.
Friday nipht the Cuban
i de Flue ; Club
bean I Bubber Harris (some
eating/ mates battered two of i
will Service -
aggregation. play the
:! .
the younger pitchers Les Tietje : Eddie Strunk was feeling hu name, eh? That's what he gets
'outfit at Bayview Park. This tilt
and Vernon Kennedy, for the Chicago I oats and other breakfast foods :for being a newspaper man) went will start at 7:30 o'clock.

nine for 15 hits and a 10 to I yesterday and so took on Melvin i iI I. fishing. He says his cats are get- The above schedule gives each FIRMSWho
1 I ting to where they! eat more fish
victory. Russell and William Watkins
I 1 I Wesley 'club seven! games played in the
The St. Louis Browns downedthe than he can buy. so he now goes
I and said he would play their I, second half, with seven more togo
Athletics 4 to 2. The Browns,!; best ball but Eddie bit off more out and catches"whales.. porpoises ,:\ or one mote game with each
used the fifth inning to win the than he could chew and got chok-I or anything else weighing over 500 other.
game, their first in 11 starts. JI I ed. Eddie never missed a drive I pounds. \ Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

The Cleveland Indiana regained until he got to number eight when
their lead in the American Leagueby the argument of that electric What do you think has happened ARRANGE COLORED

defeating New York Yankees -i I crowd took up so much of Strunk's I e I ? Eddie Strunk was actually

in a shutout game. This wasa attertion that he forgot to swing .. held up by some players in front I CLASSES OF BOXING BARBECUED
five-inning affair the game be- !!I his club straight and missed a of him. Now you know the guys ROSES.

ing called on account of rain at shot. Melvin was playing a good I I l ahead must have been a fast outfit JOHN. PARK SANDWICHES v THIS SPACE }

the end of this inning. game and since Willie was shown when they can delay tha} Prepared the Old-Fa,hioned

The summaries: by Li Plummer how to hold a mighty Eddie. Amateur boxing classes for with all the trimmings FLORAL PIECES A

NATIONAL LEAGUE club he is playing ,10 strokes better j colored! beginners will be started I 328 SIMONTON ST. way SANDWICHES of all kinds

At New :York R. H. F. than before. Li admits this I Charlie Ketchum says he hopes :at the Douglass:! school this afternoon SPECIALTY 12 InsertionsPLUMBING

Pittsburgh! _.__.....__..._... 183 himself but Willie doesn't. I,I the next traps filled will be thoseon 1 it was announced today by lOc 35c

New York .-..-.--......-- 389 I -- I number one. Yesterday he got I' I the recreation department of the 1 TOCOLD PLANTS and VINES
Batteries Blanton and Padden ,. Key West Administration, sponsoring -
: ; I Josie Lopez gave Lewis Pierce in a couple and the only way he BEER

Hubbell and Mancuso. ,I a few strokes and played him for I II !j I could get the ball out was to put i ii the classes. Wine, Sodas, Etc. PER MONTH
skins but the results!! show that 'i i it in his pocket and have his Classes will be held at 5:30 p. SOUTH FLORIDA

At Brooklyn R. )f. E. I the game finished all -even. That I']I I caddie throw him a rope and haul ]m., three times each -week. Mondays \ DURO PUMPS PAY US A VISIT

Cincinnati _..._........... 462Brooklyn << practicing L. P. does in his garage I i I Charlie ball, club and all out onto j ji Wednesdays and Fridays. "We Greet You With a Smile"

......__........._ 551 stands him in good stead. Some I i(|i dry land. Joe Mills one time champion in PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY ,
Batteries: Johnson Macfayden j,of these times tho that ball is going :: 1 1I the bantam weight division. will ART'S BAR-B-QUE $3.00

Herrmann and Lombard' !; Babich, to bounce back and bounce I I Another challenge has been ext t conduct: the classes assisted by I PHONE 348 Division and Simonton St*.

Benge and Phelps. off Louie's head. tended. This time by Clem Price Victor Laurie local fighter. -NO FLIES- PHONE 597

I I and Charlie Ketchum against Russell ........
............. .
At Philadelphia R. II. E. Berlin Sawyer decided to play Kerr and Spottswood. Looks

St. Louis ... ...., __ t 4 1 Curry Harris but either it was so like Clem and Charlie want to pay Today In HistoryI..a.aa..a..a SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY-DAYS ARE HERE

Philadelphia ......._......_. 282 late before they finished or one I I for a free meal. Maybe they hope I Jewfi.h. 2 Ibi 3Se INSURANCE

Batteries: Walker and Davis; i of them had such a bad score that I to catch the "Maestro" when the" Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib.. 3Sc THE KEY WEST 1Yellowtail
Walters and J. Wilson.At I do not know how th* match fin-I I water he has on the' knee is at 1775-Fort Ticonderoga N. Y., on Bone 2 Ibs. 25e

ished but suffice it to say thatFOLLOWING I flood stage. ;surprised and captured at dawn Grouper 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 Dural Street R'

Boston R. H. E. by the Americans under Ethan Al- Snapper 2 Ibs. .._______ 2Sc SUNDAY AR
Chicago .............__..... 5 10 0 --- -' ---- I ]len. Mutton Fish 2 _
.................................................. Ibs 2Se TELEPHONE NO. 1
Boston ...._._._ 152 - - - - - - - -- - -- - -- -- Large Select _
York Oysters -
in New
Batteries:; Carleton and Hart- 1849-Rioting Subscription Per Year
THROUGH City:: necessitating militia over the FRESH SHRIMP
nett Rhem and
Belts Spohrer.
: .
Try You M ab AtTURTLE
rival actors. Forrest and the English I GROUND GREEN Key West'sYOnly Sunday -THE-

AMERICAN'LEA uE (1,11 JOVE) T ]( actor, Macready; their person- MEAT PaperBusiness Delmomco Restaurant

At Cleveland R. H. E. ...................................s..ao.a.. al enmity started in England and i ion Kin.n.h Mackerel PORTERALLENCOMPANY

New York _. ..._._. 032 In the Georgia-Florida Baseball*>:'-, On. ,Monday the Moultrie nine ;( Macready's burst.appearance. here'lbe FREE PROMPT' DELIVERY Office Citizen B.d..i..r Beer -.. ISe

Cleveland, ...- 571 League the standing ot.the clubs f. defeated the Capitols. Joe was storm Building Six Cor. Dinner*, ......
: ----
(Called at endrbf fifth rain) up to Monday afternoon was as'* held 'hitless in foUr times at !bat. 1857-India :Mutiny- broke.oiit. LOWE FISH COMPANY PHONE 51 _t------- Hoe. 7S, end .5.
Batteries: Ruffing. Malone Van follows: W. He had three putouts and two as- PHONE 151 ..

Atta and Dickey; Harder and C lMyatt Panama City ._...._..._... 8 1..1 sists. 1869 Last spike in 1,000-mile

ThomasviJIe ..__.___........._ 7 -. in DELICIOUS
1 Union Pacific Railroad driven
I Tallahassee .....---._.-....-...&... G 6 About a year 'ago Jimmy Leto 1 Utah. Our Reputation ia WrapIT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE

At St. Louis R. II. E. Americus ....____.._._ 5 6 of Tampa and Lou Ambers foughta CAKES and PASTRIES

Philadelphia ..... .........._ 2 6 2 Albany _.....__..._.._._..5 1 10-round draw. Next Friday 1927-Lindbergh, an unknown ped in every package To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,

St. Louis ...........--..-.... 482 r Moultrie ..................._.._.._._ 2 8 i night the same Ambers meets Tony J hopped off at San Diego for New of and NOVELTIES at STAR lb 25c;
Batteries: Cascarella Liber and Canzonneri for the world's lightweight ,York and Europe. FREE
Foxx: Coffman and Hemsley.At In the Sunday doubleheader,I. championship and the riches 1 ''e ;
the Capitols won both games. In ', that go with it. Our own Pet.eNebo 1933-Public bonfire of books I ; PRINTING MARINE MUSEUM V. & S. lb 1St:.

Chicago R. II. E. the the to 7. has fought Tony three times i Germany-containing the "un-
opener. score was 11 J n f Street Buy It At Your Local
Boston .. ._......_......10 15 1 Score in the nightcap was 9 to 4.i i and won once and lost the other (Germanic:; spirit.* DONE BY US 324 that Margaret friends will

Chicago ,..._._...,.1 8 I Thomasville was the opposing out-t two by decisions. I think that I_ Things your Grocery StoreTHE
j Come in and
Batteries: W. Ferrell and R. fit. Castillo was at bat five times, < our boy with the right!: kind of i iRUSSELL'S appreciate. see Roasted in Key West by
Ferrell and Sew- management, would have still been them.
; Tietje, Kennedy scored one run, hit a single and a ; r
ell. Shea. triple batted in two runs had I up there. Right now. a little rest I Oar Ready-to-Scrv Cakes ART 4AN PRESS}{ Your next Lobster Crab Dinner STAR COFFEE MILL
will Pete and Pastries will be much delicious
five putouts :and three assists and i I and good training put are always fresh I more

Washington at Detroit, poItpon-1 made one error. In the second ,! back in the limelight; once more. j, i Maloney & Peacock Citizen Bid*. if it is baked and served in our 512 Greene Street
ed, rain. Giant Scallop or Heart Sea Phone 256
contest, he had one hit in three'tries
PHONE 811'
; I'[ championship! PHONE
walked once and sacrificed j Max Baer loses o 51 Shells.

GAMES TODAY t once, made three putonts and had < European ring body 'removes!, I
Baer's title! Decision will not ef-j
five assists, with no errors. CIGAR STORE0
I i feet New York fight! So said the J DINE AT THE AARON McCONNELL
AMERICAN LEAGUE [ headlines recently. The International PRITCHARD
In the first tilt 536 FIcmiac Street
a fight held
New York at Cleveland-Ta- Boxing Union. Monday!I -o-- PLAZA RESTAURANT
the game in the fourth inning. !
mulis Hildebrand. Maxie Baer of the
vs .night, deprived FUNERAL HOME
Joe Castillo and Coombs. i I
Boston at Chicago-Rhodes! vs. |[I world's heaV'Wefgbt'ehampionship. i! Baseball ReturnsBy
shortstop of Thomasville. had f 0
a i
Earnshaw. ; for If aceastomej TZ.
1 thereby blasting his plans a yo aN to

Philadelphia at St. Lonis-Wflshere sack.short fist Only fight a few at the blows keyrtone were j{j. European crown clash with Max 1i t Wire ; dicing at borne, :row will Had Watch Digdfi.d Syrnpatb.tie

vs. Thomas. passed before players of both I'|, Schmeling and causing widespread I Ii I f THE PLAZA a Bevel ax! e>- D Ce.rUy
Washington Detroit-Burke abdominal in American -0--
at i guffaws
clubs pulled the two apart. Umpire j I joyakle. -experience. Qn
Crowder. I !
.11. I fistic circles. COME IN AND GET THE
Johnson fined both
players two
; C
NATIONAL I dollars and allowed them to finish I Lost Monday,- May: 6, was the I RESULTS OF THE ; BREAKFAST WATCHMAKER. JEWELED LICENSED EMBALMER

LEAGUE the contest. The fight started j,20th anniversary of Babe Ruth's ] MAJOR BASEBALL AND ENGRAVER '
Cincinnati at Brooklyn-Hol- when Coombs went into second Boston i LUNCHEON AaB...U.e. Service
first home run He hit it in LEAGUES ; See Him For Year Next Work
lingsworth vs. Clark. base and prevented Castillo from I against Jack Warhop of the SUPPER ALL .
Pittsburgh at New York- tossing to first base for a double j Yankees and the Babe was pitching CIGARETTES REDUCED LADY ATTENDANT

Bush vs. Schumacher. play. The two piled into each ;; for the bean eaters at the time CIGARS, 1 PLAZA RESTAURANT He.m 9 t. 12-I t. 6Ope

St. Louis at Philadelphia other the instant they ran to-I and lost 4<< to 3. 'Now, 20 years SOFT DRINKS, SOS Daval Street SatewUy Nlghta! no. 548 Never Sleepl'RtDA.
Dean vs. E. Moore. gether. These two also had a later he is playing with Boston of Era
.. I
Chicago at Boston-French vs. verbal argument over a similar! the National League-and still,going .

Betts or Brandt. play in Friday's game. strong.-- '_ --, l-

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If do Judge Curtis D. Wlibur of the
........e..e..o..e.e..e......,...e TOW. act your
r... or o. war *** would not allow herself to hate paper by 6:15 o'clock i in the 9th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals

at ndtd loot _an Impottibl food deed oitnation to it* credo.II bottMm -. him. A smaller woman a woman Pythian Sisters To Observeo CONTINGENT WILL ARRIVE I WILL REMAIN FOR ABOUT afteraooa, call telephone 51 San Francisco onetime Secretaryof

lama and Jane Stim on, less fine might easily but of and a paper will .. cat to the Navy born at Boonesboro
who clowty vr .,-oW tIP t. halfeacJk ON BOAT FROM TAMPA ONE WEEK FOR MEDICAL home. A Iowa, 68
coarse she did not and would not. your complaint boy years ago.
and it took Jam out of Mother's
e(* r. ; ** Day Monday Night
Kow Concord. Ka*.. *'"! .... *. Because It was expected of I SNROUTE TO HAVANA i is OB duty at this office from
t M* b.04.>i.. t. doubt aU ca- TREATMENT
Mordecai\ J. B. Ezekiel
because other from 6:15 to 7:15 economic
Son .. women -- p. m. for the
to n<<
et.ccUy motor, with a tics*r.l Concord were going. Jane her'j I While Mother's Day will be put on.- The committee is requesting purpose of delivering complaints. adviser to the Secretary of Agriculture -

wwUC*fci**.Pan oll4.to S Gild rcat aai ararf marckrd. tat. Saint Louis for the big parade generally observed; Sunday, Mayl' the young members of from Help as give yo. 100 born at Richmond, Va.,

.L ou.! to welcome James fittingly. They 12th the Order of Pythian the temple to act as hostesses for Due to arrive tomorrow Judge Hugh Gnnn, of the pro- percent service by. eating 51 36 years ago.Admiral .

met after the parade was over In a I 1 ters observe this holiday on their the occasion, and to help with the Tampa on the Steamship, Cuba is bate court of Monroe county left i if yon do not receive The Citi- '

Chapter 41, small wired enclosure around the meeting nearest the date. musical program. a party of newspaper men from last evening nsthe Steamship ..er"I.lJ6'II'I'.I4' Samuel- S. Robison,

HOME TO JANE Saint Louis city hall with an admiring I! Key West Temple ,No..20 Py-I Each member will be given the different parts of the state and I Cuba for Tampa, and"will remain U. S. N.,/retired, born in Juanita

multitude'pressing against th'1, thian will celebrate of her j Co. Pa., 68
Sisters as usual opportunity bringing years ago.
week. later James was wire and making audible comments '' possibly other states, enroute to until some time next week.

TWO mastered out and came home concerning the fervor of each hero's |I I i' this holiday with appropriate mother or a friend who is a Havana. Having suffered for time I..o.....e S S e......S S S..;- -
Mbnday mother it is stated. some Admiral Richard H. Jackson U.
arrangements on evening I
the embarrassed 'embrace of his near. I i I While there has been no ad-
IB earnest. It was probably I at 8 o'clock. The officers will have a part on with a complication' of! ailments HOWDY\ KEY WEST! S. N., retired born at Tuscumbia,
eat and dearestJane I vance notices received of the exact -. I
proudest hour of his life when he was beautifully, even exquisitely :- i Most Excellent Chief Elizabeth the program and many new fea- number, it is anticipated there I the judge decided on a change of Ala, 69: years ago.
limped Commercial Street at the Johnson has this week appointedia tures will be }introduced. The I
up dressed In a new dark 'I will be about 15 in the party with climate and at the same time will
bead of the men of his county and blue spit and toque of velvet violets. committee to take charge, and I! Knights of Pythias have been ex- two from Miami to arrive tomorrow take a course of medical treat-, By RED KERCE Dr. Samuel M. Lindsay of Columbia

New Concord cheered Itself hoarse. James kissed her awkwardly told plans are under way to make this, tended invitation and it hoped) with in''".e.5So5....e..ee..e.. Univ_ noted teacher of so-
in P. J. Saunders
I I ) company ment in one of the hospitals
New Concord was his own her she looked like a bride asked event an outstanding one in the I! that ,11 who can will attend is therequest This cial legislation, born in Pittsburgh
He had not failed ) :! president of the P. and O. Tampa. nation spends one-third of
town more.
her a few questions and found he history of this organization. The made. I 66 years ago.
S. S. its mental in
company. wisecracking.
her when his moment called. I energy
had nothing whatever to to her. business of the The of the
say regular meeting program evening's .55.55555..eeeeseee..... I --
When the General" returned home Preparations have been made to -Geneva (N. Y. Times). We won-
The hoar they had together before will be with at the time festivities will be announced
,: dispensed Dr. Howard J. Savage,
Nappy was so Immensely relieved meet the arrivals extend the der who the other 32 1-3 percent
he left for camp James spent In ]I t and the special will be, later. PERSONAL MENTION
and so blissfully happy that he was Introducing his wife to his com- program courtesies of the city, and accom :is. I tary of the Carnegie Foundationfor

for once almost speechless. All he .--. them on sightseeing trip to the Advancement of Teaching,
---- -- pany a
rades. Their evident admiration of /5......5"ae.ee.t
could was "Dawg gone! Dawg r of !' born at !.Meriden Coniu, 49 years
say points interest.
Jane was a pleasant fillip to James' ; Mae West, in her vicious at-
!" and while tears Trevors Take Guests Miss Edna Smith Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Thompsonleft
gone over over pride. The committee to receive the tempt to prove she wasn't married : ago. _

ran shamelessly down his face. It On Fishing TripMr. Goes To LakelandMiss party will be composed of Mayor yesterday afternoon for Miami in 1911, isn't interesting us. What

was noticed In New Concord that "vOU'LL soon be home Jane Wm. H. Malone Dr. H. C. Galey to spend a while with rela- wed like to see is a picture of the I William H. McMaster of South

Nappy when he thereafter walked. limped He a never little l said at parting. and i"hmes Bicker-I Edna Smith who was Robert Spottswood. Clem C. tives. foolisher of the two. Dakota onetime governor and U.

wash "111 soon be home," James an- staff of Daytona Beach were prominently identified with the Price M. E. Gilfond, Key West : S. Senator born at Ticonic: Iowa
able to walk quite straight again !
swered and tried to smile. He knew, administrator and Bernard C.i DeWitt Mrs Ada Hansen and daughter, i 58
beingnailed years ago.
any more than was James. guests of Mr. and Mr EdwinTrevor ; .musical. department of the FERA Twenty-seven, after .
Miss Finnje
and Jane feared that he knew that l Hansen-Jeft yeeterSmith -
head of the public relations 'J
Jane had not been idle daring ; on the "Judy-Elfenf'i a forseveral months, 'hasy,severed d 'atb titsit with !!atif4t'n] a postcard was delivered tote efled German
she did not want him back. Dr4Ka4.Barthe |
department >' .
'An excellent the W' address in Maine recently.
JJatnes absence. With a husband at fishing trip jfesterday. her connection with- adminis- My,
3 '
Two weeks later James' came o t Protestaaat born 45*
the front Jane's sharp speeches of catch of bottom fish insnappers-: tration ,,and ileft-.
'the past were tolerated and for home come.to the stay.second After parade the second'wel In New, Elbdhlgitn 'HJ>>;I' ,' Lake1&nJ. !hi:., via, Tampa. 1, eeee..eeeeeeea.eeee..o t. dna Jeft yesterday4ftefnioonvfo I'I'i town with onee' 'a month. "past years-MOe.: -, 2tSubsrxib J ,
'given.* : Concord which took place,,fairly ,eeazljtu: ii l 1 rc dp4'tariety, oft! :;;.Music! ,,lovers and critics ,have CLASSIFIED I : JCOLUMN i ], ,Jjerr home, in; Lakeland letters >1:' tvth. Citizen.F .

| 'Jane helped organize and run the early In the morning.: Aunt Sarah small fistf Pais-reported While J apoke1itbt! highest teros ofMiss -- _after. ending!' several: ':te. nI
New Concord chapter of the Red trolling a number of barracuda,! Smith's ability and esnetiaUy : usual rain that fall in
had a family luncheon,at the Man I months i in ,Key ,Westl. p.'JL: A'c
t I
; E
Cross helped sell Liberty Bonds, were' 'L |
sion. There had been during James' yellow Jack, and ,grouper l1er.,direction pf the,orchesua.and life came to the Re- ,

'helped raise money for home relief absence a semi-reconciliation between I landed. ,I vocal ensembles of the elabo'rate Mrs. C. R. King who was publicans when the Democratic Ralph Bellamy-Valerie HobsonRENDEZVOUS
tor the Y.M.c.A. ......... '
e sees seeeoe.e.
Sarah Stimson and the This was Mr. Bickerstaffs first production "Pirates of Penzance"ar spending the tall and winter in party released from, office those -
She proved efficient both :
as a
speaker, and as ao an organizer that Northrnps. 1)I experience fishing in local waters! her masterful direction of the LOST Key West left yesterday afternoon -I suffering from water.on the brain.I' AT MIDNIGHT

Mr. and Mrs. Northrup went with and he was most enthusiastic Oratorio-.'Tbe Holy City", Gaul, -
her fame spread. She was askedto k for her home in Dallas, -:-:- i Bob Steele in
Jane to the luncheon. Mr. Northrup about it. Mrs. Bickerstaff I which Easter GINGHAM BATHING SUIT near
was was sung Sundayat
maintains that
go to Saint Joseph and make I as. Congress belief ) KID COURAGEOUS
speeches there. She went and remained did most of the talking. The North I formerly Miss Blanche Curry of1' Bayview Park by a chorus of Rest Beach. Reward. Hemingway Tex-I the life of the NRA eagle should I, Matineet 10-15ci Nights 15-25c

rap twins had both enlisted In the this city niece of Dr. and Mrs.' 50 voices. 907 Whitehead street.
a until
to help with the T.M.CA.hat I Charles A. Vhitliff, chief be extended next spring. I

and canteen at the railway siatlon. aviation corps and though they did J. N. Fogarty who are also visiting -I! Accompanying Miss Smith to maj-9-lt officer. U. S. N., who arrived this! That seems very appropriate;I
not get- to France Mr. Northrup i I \\\\\'IIII/
Folly occupied at last. her natitral in Key West at this time. the wharf to wish her bon voyage week from Gcantanamo Cuba nothing carps to live anyway once
made It plain that In his opinionthe I I
energies and undoubted organizlof were a number of friends and ad- MISCELLANEOUSWANTED it has been overtook spring
flyers had taken all the risks left yesterday for his station at I by SPEND /
abilities finding for once I mirers who remained until the
that were worth anybody' men- : Operetta To Be TO BORROW$6,000on Norfolk, Va. fever.It I
an outlet. Jane forgot to be sarcastic ship sailed. YOUR
tioning. A flyer faced death dally i gilt-edged security. Write
forgot all about her health Presented Tonight
Alfred Pendarvis who vis-I doesn't us half so much
took his life In his hands every was worry !
"F The
of Citizen.
became what she meant to be. care
was time he went aloft While a mere I Junior Club To may9-6t iting for a while with Mrs. Pen- over "what this world's comingto. 'VACATIONTHIS

a happy and efficient youngish Infantryman. :Members\ of the cast of the darvis, left yesterday! for Ocala to ." as to the numerous oppor-

woman even a charming youngish The luncheon could hardly be i operetta "The King's Sneezes" Meet Tuesday WANTED be joined later by :Mrs Pendarvis tunities we're passing up while it I ::: YEAR IN ::
woman. She seldom had time to
called a howling success.After it was I are all in eagerness for the pro- now with her mother who is re- does the present dizzy whirL
think of James but when she did
over and the Northrnps were Impatient -I duction which will be seen on the Members of the Junior Wo- WANTED-False teeth. We cuperating from an illness. iFLORIEJAII
she thought of him kindly, even : pay I
to depart. James said brusquely of audi- man's Club advised The United States
I stage the Harris school are of the has become
high for full sets. Any
that Is until
proudly; she met Mrs. : as $10 ucurHEALTH'!
Benson. that he meant to stay awhile with i torium tonight The curtain will business meeting to be held I 5 condition. We buy crowns :Mrs S. S. McCahill, department the chief of Poland's imports replacing -I! '

his aunt. He had to see to a lot of ; rise 8 o'clock. I o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the bridges jewelry gold silver. president of the American Legion Germany which formely

M1[ BENSON was one of the things about the place. :! The operetta is a charmingly rooms of the Key West Woman's Western Metal Company, Auxiliary and Mrs. Edwin J. held first position. i Illrttttltti111STEAMSHIP
"Ill take Mother and Father home
Wymans of Saint Joseph BO written and entertaining play for I Club on Division street. Bloomington, Illinois. Barker, state secretary-treasurer, -_ ..... _-, --- -
was not only born with a golden and come back for you In an houror I children and the members of the Installation of officers of the maylO-ltx left yesterday afternoon, for Miami ,..

spoon In her mouth but acquireda two.Jane suggested brightly. It cast have been thoroughly: trainee)) club is being held jointly ,\with' after a business visit with the

full golden service on her mar was evident to her husband that ; in their parts by Miss, Norm those of the Key West Woman's PIANO TUNING local unit. Co.

riage. Left a widow In 1917 Mr* Jane was schooling herself to en- Yates who is directing. Club this afternoon at a luncheon P & 0
d u r e patiently and with wifely
Benson decided to forget her grief sweetness the stings and for Mothers and Daughters being PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo Mrs. tfa: '.de Starling who was UNITED STATES FAST

In "service. tions of their renewed relationship.exaspera Country Club given at the Public Library. reno. Excellent: piano for sale spending a few weeks in Key West MAIL ROUTES FOR

: A cousin In New York suggested cheap. 1018 Division'street.' with Mr. and Irs. Thomas Skel-
With a sadden swift Intuition PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
that she "'maD-.a fully equipped Dance Tomorrow' apr22-lmo ton, left yesterday afternoon for
James realize that Jane was one Surprise Dance At Effective March 18th. 1935
ambulatce with women nurses.women .
her home in St. Petersburg.Mrs.
doctors. of those women (and there are more I : Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
women drivers and
than anyone guesses) to whom marriage Arrangements have been made Habana-Madrid Club'Arrangements FOR RENI 12:20: P. 31.
place It at the disposal of the Frenchgovernment I
becomes Inevitably a galling for a dance to be given at the' RENT the Grace Rivard left last Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,

The suggestion was bond. She was not sexless: but Country Club tomorrow evening,II have been made BICYCLES-WE by night for Tampa and from there Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon
acted on, the French Hour, Day or Week. Repair
government under-aeied. will proceed to her home in Detroit days 6:30: P. M.
Sooner later
accepted. Mrs. Benson meeting or any which will be given for members the staging of a Big Surprise all makes and paint them with I

Jane and taking a great fancy to husband. James particularly but and out-of-town guests. Dance to be given tomorrow nightat Nu-Enamel. We carry a full Mich. She had been spending Ticket, Reervatiea and Information et Ticket Office es 11.Da. 1

any husband would have annoyedand An excellent dance the Habana-Madrid Club.A two weeks as the !guest of Mr. ., 'PI_. 71
her. asked her program'has
with the j for the
go of
ambulance Agent
supply parts.
as alternate driver to her- exasperated her. I been arranged and an enjoyable -'I j very entertaining program Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. and Mrs Frank Del Villar at their J. M. COSTAR. Age.t. t
"Jane Just naturally doesn't like home on Elizabeth! street.
evening's entertainment ] has been outlined to be carried I them low $5.00 :
sell as
iSj And as
much. the James _
men was _
way put
In her out in connection, with the
whole life did Jane promised all who attend. j dance down and week. We
It to himself. To be sure she per James Bowdoin
was I Mr. and Mrs.
so passionately want to do and the evening's festivities give I '
and Sell all makes of ; 1
fond of her father but he Buy were' -
was an I of Chillicothe, Ohio who
as much as shewanted to go to I promise of furnishing much en- Phone 276. J. R. I
old If Dance Bicycles.
woman there ever was one. Tonight in West
"ranee. visiting for two days Key
could not. She was tertaiiunent, for the many that are 515 Duval w '
not allowed to go because she hada She. had never liked cared for her brothers At Cuban Club expected: to be in attendance. street Stowers company apr9-tf left yesterday afternoon and will I I
never the Judge had
husband there. Nina ButterOeld t stop at points on the east coast I II
never been Interested
went In what Jacksonbille
her from
place: before leaving
James called "man talk." There will be a Grand Dance atj I Announcement FURNISHED BUNGALOW mod- I
Jane, who seldom cried cried for their home.
James refused decisively to allow the Cuban Club tonight on Duvali ern conveniences. 634 William I

herself sick. Jane had been glad Jane to come back for him. He need street. J Of Engagement street. Apply Valdes Bakery. I Ij
enough to have James enlist Now One of the first Texas memorialhalf II
ed exercise was spoiling for Music will be furnished apr27 I
exec by -
ah accused him bitterly of hideous 'f" ". dollars has been presented} Ii

and unforgivable selfishness.He cise. He'd follow her after a while. Toote, and' his,,.14' Honey Boys,.to!.t %rr.,*n4 Mrs ,Clifford Graham! Vi to the Panbandle Plains historicaipeiety.Tueoiisere 1 4 i
The Northrops drove off In a huff M11amin I Hieks;'nnounce, the ,engagement qs l
was a married man. Marriedmen [, !'It;..' { : minted by 1 ,' ) :. I
In the shiny brand new"cu'wbleD .- of, their Annie.LoLs. : 1.
daughter to
had no right to volunteer until /
was Mr. North nip's gift!,to Jane asa ; STQMACrf TTWERJCASTPf INS.INDIGBSTJG& |he'; fedeYal: Jrea uryto, advertise,
( : Daniel Monro Lewis.Jr.so.oCfrl" II
all the ,
unmarried men had been thank offering (or' consolation) Young Social Set To 't I> I feinti I/why the.Texas\eptenniaj.t 1 1936.
enrolled ..Mrs Daniel Monroe
or conscripted. The way ., and, ;: I
for James' safe return. James .1. .sulCftJ"Z F"Auicl fdiFt Jei
h< fairly ran from her to throw himself spent GitoeParty' TonightTonight ;Lewis,, ofllakassee! Florida, f. i
the afternoon lolling about the Man: p" 1 : ] freeamplet Udg.-doctot'-,
Into the army was a slap at her. sion or the yard basking In the admiration tj.: .1'will -/1.. { J: .,6The wedding ',will .take place at' Gardner's Phar 'I
He had no right he had no right.. at'U 'o 1thrf,i un6. Sth. at, St.;,Paul's\ Episcopal i, prescription I
of Aunt Sarah Aunt 1.
and !
Jane tore the gold star Bag she Lou and the adoring Nappy or In be a bead: party held at,Rest. Church.. ,v macy. "d. 12789141516: ': < ." >s TOE HUB
apr23-24-25-30 I I
; may
kept In her bedroom to shreds and Beach by the young social: set. j '
swapping yarns with the latter li
tamped on It. For once she admit I ...
George Del Pino. Ulric refreshments and an enjoyabletime .
was late In the afternoon when be Gwynn'
ted to herself openly and unashamed and Jack Solano make up committee -,' is being, looked forward to Again LeadsFirst I .. '. tIV"l f s.v ,
that she hated James. left.Jane I -
telephoned at six o'clock looking after furnishing by those who will attend. 21N1 AUTO SEAT AND BED
In a day or two Jane got hold of
with a second offer to come after CARDS-100 showing in Key'Vest
herself. A second and larger flag ---- PERSONAL printed
James. She was Informed that be 2 in 1 Combination Auto Seat and Bed. $2.40.
with a gold star still bang over the had Just gone. .....S........se S S S.....1 wealth." born. Died Jan. 22, cards '1.25. The Artman of I Adjustable Padded Auto Seats, $2.40. Auto Ham.
front steps of the house on Fifth Press. ang7
She telephoned at seven to say 1922. ANGORA WHITE Double Action Swings $2.10.
and Oak Streets. When the flag grew Today'sAnniversaries $1.60. ,
that her carefully prepared dinnerwas SECOND SHEETs-500 for 50<<:. LINEN SUITS .
stained and the star tarnished. Jan I II
bought a new one and nailed It Into spoiling In the oven. 1841-James Gordon Bennett The Artman Press. aug7, I
place herself. She telephoned at eight to say who succeeded his father as pub- Nuncru.shableDoubles II II I

haughtily that she was at her moth- 5Se S. lisher the Y. Herald able
She did not criticize James outwardly SSSSSSoe..e.a.seeeS of N. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I Single, Sport I
er's and that her husband, would
not even to her mother. !find her there. 1760-Rouget de Lisle authorof editor in his own right born in FUNERAL HOMEE.tablisL.d Backs
She dared not for fear of the ugU.neal ) Nappy answered the final can and France's national anthem, the New York. Died May 14, 1918- 49 YearsK.y I

that might escape and betray told Jane that the last he had seen "Marseillaise" born. Died June f W...'. OUe I 13.95 I I Ii

her. After a little she grew almost 26, 1836. 1850-Thomas J. Lipton. Eng- ,
of the General he was streaking It j ..r AmbBlaaee Service i : !
ashamed almost contrite. for that down the River I lish tea merchant and aportsman.1born.
Road toward Leav- '- LlceateJ Embalmer i j The famous
moment of self-frankness when she enworth. Looked to him like the Died Oct. 2, 1931. C94-W r l,;
Pkeee 138 Hi.llt I lJark..sville's I II'
had admitted she hated her boa- General... good for a good ten or 1778-William Ladd, New England oJOCKEY'SHpRTS' iO. ;

band. fifteen miles. ship captain '"and farmer,!;)(| 1881-Edward W. Washburn L.diag Betel" I by Cooper's, at each l "" ,
Of course she did not hate James. :
Jlatttl pioneer in international activities of the U. S. ,I :
She gCopyrtgf,1131 H _Farna\\ peace noted chemist-head THE SEMINOLE i
despised his weakness, his In- .. ,
capacity. But even though she did I ,born at Exeter N. H, Died Bureau of Standards, born at JarkM *lll.. Fl...... ,j 50c : ; 1 ) :1..4T

not love him she did not hate him. ""orrow.James ",'..IS"an 'I. W. WALL t.- April 9, 1841. Beatrice Nebr. Died in Washington | CHA!!. B. GRIXKR. ".....r I I f I

I, Feb. 6, 1934. A human home-like institution. I Water: proof t 1 1f
---- here you will find rear la H..M.aliemafort SOFT STRAWS ,: I t
1789-Jared Sparks; historian, checks aa4 rstert..sreat a mat L.L!
MATRON OF HONOR AT 91 I PLAY TOGETHER clergyman Harvard professor and !! ter of great Importance. 1 in different colors I I

president born at Willington,!i MALARIA ;I f MISS AMERICA BUGGY
CANTON, Mo.-When bliss BRATNTREE Mass. John F." l 666 6 6 A steel fireproof balMlaar located !
this Conn. Died at Cambridge, Mass, i, ia 3 days la the heart ., the HtyErerjr 2.45 Miss America Buggy with 3 hinged box seat
Donna Sherrod 69, of this city: Tolleson of city, has a cat' j I

was married to Warren Cecil,.74,1| and two kittens that play in a Mar. 1866. jI -o- cushions, 1250. Tots Foldaway with, Canopy I

her mother Mrs. F. A. Osborne.;! friendly fashion with his pet I I i U| ..TeWdICOLDS and Shower Room Bath with Combination Radio. Electric Tab I,j EDGERTON SHOES I'I'a $6.15. Baby Walker and Stroller, $5.00. I

91 took the part of matron of i white rats. Mickey ant Minnie. 1813-Montgomery Blair Mary-j,W. II...Dne fiat day. Ceiling Ventilation Fan.Comfortable Slat Door for Beds Summer withUattreaaea ,I product of Nunn-Bush, Shipment of Sampson Sulkies received. Price, l

honor. ,{ land lawyer Lincoln's first TONIC eel LARATIYEl of Inner Spring Con-
Post-j ctractlon and Individual Read-] Blacks, Tans, Whites and $10.95. Cribs $11.20. Youth Beds $14.80. HighChairs t

There were only 76 true tornadoes -. master-General son of a noted I i lair l=amps. i with Porcelain Tray,, $5.60. Folding Kitty

A study of hit-and-run accidents'led in 1934 according to, statesman born in Kentucky. MONROE THEATERBarbara RATES I I Sports Koops $24.00.LONG'S.

Chief of Police J. G. Laubenbeimer -+ weather bureau records ai; Died July 27, 1883. j Stanwyck in I .. Itlaa-k! Some in ventilated .styles ,
_.. .
ra R Private Bath 52,55
Milwaukee, to the conclusion 'against 260 in 1933 and 152 in THE WOMAN IN RED M RoaoM. Private Bath _,--___ 255

that motorists flee because, 1932. Last year's "twisters" costtbe I Ann Harding-Robt. Montgomeryin 4a R_.. Prtrate Bath 3-55 $5.00 FURNITURE STORE

of fright and that if the drivers! lives of 32 people and demolished ,. 1838-James Bryce Britain's Biography .f the BacIteWMatiamt X4 duple ifae s.Hee Private a. Private Bath JJie Bath__ a.se 4..e I II

had stopped most of them would} property' worth $2,800- famed ambassador to Washington]!, Bakery, lOci Oixfce '- SMfiHT 1NCREA9K FOROCCtPASCT DOtBtZ J I

not have faced jail sentences 000. author of the "American Common- era, 15-20es Night 15-25 '" _"..


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