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 16, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire ;Ijjtj'Ii W- i Key West c Florida, has the
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[Ft.r: : : Devoted of Key West to the cp I cst 1 lCn most country equable; with weather an average in the

range of only 14' Fahrenheit I

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I' With discussion, much of it based on misunderstanding -

MEDICAL UNITKEY I, S MIAMI ri GROUP3*t-ti:L still continuing! about the' proposal, as set ;>While\ ; Germany Restores Conscription

ADMINISTRATOR i forth in the Gomez resolution in the legislature, to

I I consolidate Key West and Monroe 'county. The Citizen '
t again asserts that residents of Key,,West and the i *As.War' Fears Now Pervade NationsEXCITING
ORED WITH MEMBERSHIPIN I FJFTir MEMBERS: 'OF HOME..c' rest of Monroe county need not entertain the least I

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY MAKERS' CLUB. TO VISIT i mjsgiving about the matter. It t--- .. ---- ._ _.
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OF GAINESVILLE I AMM>ialr4 P!.. ) KEY WEST MAY 27 I In the first place, and this is the most essential ti i .. .. .'...... ..... ... ...... '...o....... .

WASHINGTON. May 16.i I thing about the requirements of the resolution: the i s "i ;i : Many Angles Seen Rela-
John A.' Gardner, proprietor of Approximately 150 members of l
Gardner' Pharmacy, has been se-j i Juliu.'F.' Stone, Jr.. FERAadministrator the Miami Homemakers Club together -f change in whatever form will not go into effect unlessit EPISODE IN DINING I ROOM OF I! live To Much-Talked

lected as a member of Iota Chap-I for the state of I with many of their friends, h approved by the people of Monroe county them !I Ii !' C. S. I't

ter, of the Rho Chi Society 1I0n- wili visit Key West Monday, May selves. t Of Hostilities That Ap-
Florida, U slated to be con- i Great Commotion
Caused Over
wary Pharmaceutical,. of Gainesville -; 27. it wa announced here today j Snapshot Of Dinner
Fla. i I connected with the! PWA at I by J. Gerry Curtis, director of I If the legislature adopts the resolution, if it is I' I On Surface

In a letter from Herbert Webb,i the capital it was announced work operations with the Key t ratified by the state at large; if the legislature creates LOCAL HOSTELRY UNEXPLAINED pear
secretary-treasurer of the chapter, I West Administration, who has! the municipal corporation to operate the proposed : By JOHN EVANS
it is out that check has here yesterday. While no just returned from :Miami where i i
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: political entity the change will not ---------.-.--..-.-.- .- .-,.- .- .- i I lilT \ wlatrd Press>
been made of the record of all j definite statement has been he made arrangements for the go into effect if j I------ -r-------- .........,.......... PARIS May 16.-The i-
men who' received a degree in : trip.I I i it is disapproved at the polls by the voters in Monroe ( No rat is has. cape and his pursuer: to capture po

pharmacy at Gainesville prior to! made, it is rumored that he This will be tho fourth trip toj i county. as: jet been given of the discon- him.The bility of war darkens the Fronth-

the year 1929, I be made by the.club. Previously, ceiling and exciting: episode in fleeing man eventujHy *
will be installed as one of the )j This:resolution,!ircsidents:;! should bear,in mind, is t|' : man horizon
An investigation of the.character I members have rone ass group to the dining room of a local hostelry managed' to get upstairs with the .
+ professional reputation and activities assistants Reaford Tug- New York. Chicago'-'. Nawair.; ": -unrelated,to..the two.bills ,that-Senator. Gomez introduced ;1, following the making of a map.i pnr.'u r doze on hi- h9Io'ln the\ Peace: evatywhcra in &v.rope.

of those men who itood i'' well,!'wk" has been assigned. I The visit to .Key.,WesU-will ,fire !P ,regarding-the'Action taken byw the Bounty' commissioners slolof, neof the diners by soother '1 lobby pursued and THirFn r halt..4. Ill- proclaimed: th. .. universal ideal
highest 'in.,the group was., made...! the :Miamians. >an opportunity>'If-; and the ,. FEUA diner. II i ii i; The former turned and faced the!
Three of these were selected with tothe.rebabilitalioa program.Mr. fee this city: and leans at firsthand i; city council in- giving the i I Two jrouee'inrn' were seated atone i.,. latter, who demanded that the b.f.ll ark each other, "Will tirok

the approval and recommendation Stone's successor in I what,Key Westhas to Offer ; certain i powers in +the transaction' of civir: matters in of the-'ta'jie!* and nearby another film be destroyed. war?**

of Vtj B.,'Cfcristenden*:directorof the tourist. j, thecoimty and,city.-and if third'bill conferring power:" i manith> a kodak. One of ,'p Attracted by the commotion an .
the School 1 of Pharmacy 1 of Florida.,lias not been named While details of the pro nl11'"ion the ,governor/to "or without ': the du. finrhed his meal and went officer of the police department i French, leadevvs-a.d tae com-
removevith cause, the Fidetral. :: 'mon''Ulh''hm'b* can k* :hca.i. -
out on lie fol
GaineEviUe. for the Miamians have notet was came npon the scene and prcvailei
1 and it is possible the transfer :
One of these men was Mr. Gardner t been worked oct, it is expected !I any city official up to l December :31, 1936. : lowed by the man with the kodak.' upon the msn with the kodak sar' they sincerely wish i.-I

and the writer of the letterto will not be made .. it is understood that a trip around the island will Two of those bills are only formal sanctions of i oho immediately took a snap of.| to destroy the film which he even- Their fear ot war >is ba.t) .

him indicates his pleasure to]r M/- Stone prefers to be made and a luncheon will be j j what has already been done and the third has as!' its the other and reentered the dining; lusty did. but not before he most ually many in things alt centering: 11111eri c. s- .'
inform Mr. Gardner that he has ttaged for the visitor The va-| hall. j-trenuou-ry objected. one man.
""been elected to membership in I I remain in his present post. rioui points of interest in Key aim a continuation of the present political operation: !j He was followed by the other, ;;, What was back of the episode: i "The Gernuin menace," enwhijpcred. '.'

Iota Chapter of the Rho Chi Society. West will he pointed out during 1 by giving the governor the power to maintain the who chased him around the tablnR.i who the principals' actually were,, is discmavd open!; .11 i

." Mr. Gardner has written a I' the sightseeing(: trip. I j alignment as it is at present. !i In the pursuit several flower the whys and wherefore of the a way that old dIplomat., sat n,..
letter of acceptance.Officers MANY WITNESSES Mrs. Addison! Hall, who is niak- stand were knocked over and thother rpi:;:ol I.. remain unexplained. ThIn..n ('vitabl.JflIlcI bar ted to nai< a
I j : What is in store for Key Wet: in the line of improvement
diners were raised to high ago
of the society are : j injr arrangement in Miami hal ;: a ; arrived on the excursion
Glenn L. Jenkins, University of [ BEING EXAMINED 1 expressed an interest in the art J *:, with probable resultant progress: such as !; pitch of excitement by the frantic train in the morning and departedin Old AIIi .c-. Revived

Maryland School of Pharmacy,}I i I, gallery the Hopitah League ; the city has never before experienced, nobody can f i efforts of the kodak' man to e'- the afternoon.I France has l *t:thenru nu'iiai'"

president; Franklin J. Bacon, I| the Hospitality House beautifica-': foresee but whether the whether ,. --- -_ _. ._ h__, ___ service and Germany has ;e.tu.; t
bridges not
we get
or ,
IN GRAHAM CASE tion activities here. the aquarium. j .. ,
Wertern Reserve University School i :. conscription, to add to her a.rej .
of Pharmacy, vice,president; Zada I I 'and other phases of Key West i we obtain a pipeline of fresh water from the main- NEW EXHIBIT OF ''ROTARIANSNAME I lurnudabiv' reicnawelir. Milr, i ..

M. Cooper State University of j. e | Although the visit is being t land or not whether we get a sewer system or not, ; alliances such as laaity i bla.u'i.. i

Iowa College of Pharmacy, secretary 'I JURY COMPLETED YESTERDAY -' planned tentatively only for the the proposal to consolidate the and i {or bringing n.tbe last war, ogjiu:
county !
governments i f
; Bernard .V. Christensen. University j I I :. afternoon many of the club members -| ART WORK\ TO BE GROUP TO ATTEND a me in the making.
of Florida School of Pharmacy -|I I AFTERNOON:: CHARGED are expected to remain over u sound and economical, sound because the Franceand England ha, _

treasurer. I t I ED WITH VIOLATING: PROVISIONS 1! night. In the event a large number '!(> operation of the present two political subdivisions\ will) I DISPLAYED HEREPLAN NATIONAL SESSION pledged each other to. "the i 1', ukifle .

Rho Chi is the outstanding: hon stays! until the following. day.: be united and consequently simplified, and economical 01 an air aecortl i iI '
orary pharmaceutical fraternity,'f OF PLANT ACT }Ian i entertainment pro nml will he, i m-xleru. version tof the old l "(.z.i iteatc
'! arranged for the nijjht: of May 27,1 t because it will .'!ave the taxpayers tens of thou- : .
with chapters $jn the 23 leading RECEPTION TO BE, GIV. STEWARD LEONARD. CON- coKinle.: with Russia j" ,
universities in the United States. i I it was said. j I land: of dollars annually. i ii 1 i, ing through a aepaittc pact \', u.1
It fo the pharmaceutical fraternity I exam-fed! Plans are being: laid for brinif-i. i For more than 20 years The Citizen has adrrvacatecllllc f 1 trance. ;
which is officialll.recoltnized by]I court in the} caseof the state ing'a number of similar groups to ,: AND nVENING! _lN' CONNECTiON ; GX.E."l.v', lftpRES i. lWicfcdtw;* kc caW 3.;""-".
-'the :Pharm'accuficaT'X's again braham Key 'W*t 'dQtintr"tbe'-tbri b "** !"" merger of.cityandcnunty m eni.1rrents ;;" '
American e- t George B. eharg- WITH EVENT REGULAR LUNCHEON hall made another le'l'8p of jJ:', ''
roriation. the, American Association -1|jed with! violating the Florida Plant that persons on the lower Ran j i During that ti ne- several cities and counties j l I of the vital part of MM t-rat; <
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of Colleges of Pharmacy and I!, Act of 1927 by refusing to allow Coast may become well acquaintedwith throughout the country have been consolidated, the ?t! Entertainment: be offered There wan an interesting and Versailleii. When France aIj,> I

the America Association of II.)n- t employes of the plant board to the attractions of Key West.t. most notable consolidation) in Florida h 'J I England, February 3, declared t..
that of Duval Kcy We teas attending the :reception well-attended luncheon of the Key .
orary Fraternities. Among its :j spray the trees on his premises. France and Italy had earlier i ,
members will be found the most 1 i t I Part of the morning yesterday TELEPHONE CO. county and the city of Jacksonville, and ,in no- instance I': being given Sunday afternoon !:. West, Rotary Club held today they would: refuse to count..n.ll1 '

outstanding men in pharmacy: to- .,i and all of the afternoon was employed I has that action afforded conditions as favor IInd: evening whic'i li being with Steward Leonard director of one-sided abrogation .f IM ,i iI

day it is said. I in examining jurors as to MANYIMPROVEMENTS i able as they are in Key West and Monroe county, because I planned to emphasize: the openingof the Key West Art Gallery, deliv-I provisions, Hitler prompt) r i ,.,
their qualifications and securing a. FINISHES I i i 1 plied with reestablishment of ion!
of the fact that than 90 a new exhibit of work'in the i ering an address! on the subjectof
special venire of 25 juror, the i more per cent of the i scnption, the "creation" o.: .1
Key West Art it art and other
JUDGEBARNESAND Gallery, wa announced things pertaining
regular and Ir.ecialenire: being population of the county resides in this city. r I : air fleet and) announcement i ">.ij
I practically! exhausted.At : I i 1 l 'I this morning. to the activities in which be is en- j, the arms part of the treaty K
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WIFE 1 WILL 5:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon -' -- I I I I Steward Leonard who came to 'raged. Mr. Leonard stated that it'', dead.
I OLD WIRES KeyVc>t lest week to direct the | the of the organization -
OK leas purpose
the panel to try the i!'!suewai REPLACING BUSH NAMEDDEPUTYMARSHAL i Arm Race In Full Swing
activities of the gallery, is making ': at this time to conduct an'' .
completed with Roscoe Roberts. The
is bet
OF arms race on c' ''I i
VISIT KEY \WEST I AND INSTALLATION .i ; arrangements for the reception rt study elms, which: he hoped | '
!. Norman Baker, Frank del '| Germany and) France, ph>'>i:all ,
Villar, Abelardo Lopez, Diego MANY NEW FEATURES CAR-I and new show of art work. "'ould be very productive of re- : morally and politically.

Torres and Eart Hathaway selected He U being: assisted by Mrs. William : suits by those! who will take up Predictions of whether ei .'. hs i
RIED ON BY WORKMEN R. Porter who heads : this study. His address proved
I a groupof
THEY WERE IN ISLAND CITY to serve. | there will be war are conmlrrImere i>
There number of witnesses ----- NOTIFICATION OF local women who will act as very iateresttng. and was greatly Fr' .
are a -j and new guesses by many :nIstatesnsen i
DURING LAST APRIL FOR Many improvements hostesses and assirt: in the serving i enjoyed. The speaker was a guestof .
be examined and in
to the event official
j i!installations of equipment have : HIS APPOINTMENT ,YESTERDAY I q :
TO ARRIVE they are all used, the case will not : the sev-< ;,, of refreshments. The reception : B. Curry Moreno. j! frankly say privately that v.irl : :s >-
BRIEF STAY; DUE been effected during past
go to the jury today. Should it be Florida Float\i i!; Sunday will give local persons an i, Odes Pogue. made a Mated re: l pears inevitable. They point t ,
ABOUT JUNE 1 I decided not to rse the entire list.: oral weeks by the Bell I i opportunity to become acquaintedwith port of his attendance at the re- Hitler's book, -tiff I Fipht"

it is possible that the case may get 'ing Gang of the Southern in Ray Bush M> today deputy the! new gallery director. ; cent convention held in Braden- proof that his pro;:iam r. ,,,>.

Judge Charles B. Barnes, of the to the jury late this evening, it is i Telephone company! operating I Itwo States marshalfcfor' Mon- The gallery will open at 2 p. m., ton and gave a comprehensive: id. "atiJrlt.: Europe and obnt/ij': t.
i said, early tomorrow. Key West.' '}' : but thq reception; \ itself will not cutlme of the activities as carried -t ,
or :
National Reeovery'Adm'mistration,j 1 !j Discussing'the'extent. of project -:. due county; He .received hw.. of.start! until}!5p..,,,., it wav announced | on by the va ioas niza-:z i era ink.'t\at.frlfmfThe.v: ittter nei ic-.iiiml' ha dr: .',',

t t Bituminous Coal1 Labor1 z. pgtrd; ; will Manager! Timothy II. TittI --. I, notification of.'afrofatineut tndayr,-and_ {henJill continue ; lions in attendance: Y1f I/! rpurifatteft tliat'I'r"zral.1 and (;>. t

.arrive in Key West, ;witK: ,, Mrs.i i l NEW ADDITION TO I man, of the 104at'ojee said that.. ti \, .> :
Barnes about June 1 and remain ; |t Ithe extensive work,covers prac-: fpr : of'' office'' *"a.V''administered( ft iJ1., White, director of bastian; Cabrera,.Jcjm/re tamed 1,' reed and looted throughout C 'l-
'for pos;ibb',. several months. 1 f. GOVERNMENT UNIT I tically the entire island' ami pai,]I 3I i I- ; United Staic L e'onunissioner::;; C "t;1c iHC division< of' the Key Restttdmsni4rst as delegate to lUttliiReptAional>> many ** -
:Judge and Mrs. Barnes were I for other proposed installations. the l 1 : : : 1; \ end if; arranging a ,. convention to be held in Mexico Those who fear war give tz.-, !
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Key West in April ,for a kriefrtay j I now being worked out and estimates I i I : ;GWJ-IM*.,;,-I ::-' program of musical entertain- City. Mexico, with the probabilityof 'as some of: the danger j oint,,
and attended the Easter Sun-'t prepared.One 1 '; i The appointment of a deputy ment which will include selections Jeff Browne and Melvin Ros- 1-The Polish IIlk
day morning services at Bayview ( I of the projects recently' ter : in this city was effected by a string trio composed of MissAl ''sell to be named) later as additional 2-"Anschlucc," 01 C's.c,

Park. At that time they declared i VEY GROUP ARRIVES HERETO completed was the replacing; of: not efforts: of Judge Jeffn. 'e Curry pianist; Mi- Norma i Ji-lrgateg. All arrangements unite with Austria.3Germany's ; .
themselves very much pleased with I BEGIN OPERATIONS 179 poles. This was a much needed ; Yates:, violin and Miss Helen Cav- were made today for thai 1 : demand :
|i Browne who for several or r-
the city and said they were contem- J improvement and was carried years Incas, cello There probably willIe i three first mentioned, including turn pf her e'&lonier..
plating a return visit. I Another and an appreciable ad-i out within a very short' space' of be ; been corresponding Sen l vocal IIf'JectioD&. al"o.: ;; transportation and other items in| 4-Final Trapping; of the
Under date of :May 13 the; dition to federal activities in Key i I! time it is paid, considering the ; Park Trammel!, Congress; An entirely new exhibit of connection with the proposed>: whole Versailles treaty. Tha

judge wrote the housing branch of West and the accompanying payroll widely separated sections in which: : J. Mark Wilcox and Frank J. work will be hcnsr for the Sunday trip. would include disregard of '"

the FERA administration and advised ; Is i the arrival of another i the work was done. Canada.'R. of West Palm Beach, reception in keeping with the formal -| The district assembly of Ko present demilitarized r.aue aurtHGermany's !
they would arrive early in' group of U. S. Coast and Geodetic j Gay: wires which were pre- !; attorney general at introduction of Mr. Leonardto t tarian will be held at Vrro Beach / western border.
June asked that a suitable habita- : Survey operatives. viously galvanized, have been re- | asking that each ap- Key We-t. The! display! will July 10. according to .n-: Germany Seen At Bay

tion be secured for them for the 1 ;: Field Party No. 14. in charge of' placed with bronze wires insuring -:: i iI ; be made. inC'la"e-Cot the first time-oil1 I Jon; nouneentent m ade today. Offi- &-If France forma too man;

month 'of June with the understanding 1 Ueut. (j.g.) F.. R. McCarthy, : much longer life of these stays' | The position of deputy United paintings and a snowing of artij- ''crrt: of the different clubs willreceive 1 alliance, there may b< aroused in

that they could have the' ( which has established headquarters : and a much neater appearance. w marshal in Monroe county tjc photograph work calling attention 'I j trnctions as to thir German a fear of attack. ,\

house for July and August if they : at the Lighthouse Bureau in, About 2,000 feet of new cable I t |I been vacant since 1931.' The: to the indigenous architrc- ; duties for the coming year at this', Germany at bay might strike tn,,'
were to inclined. i Key We t and brings a survey have been strung in place of obsolete !| person to serve in that capa- tar! which i i- a definite pert ff l{ meeting.: ; sudden swift blow 'I Ort tho; 81'' '. '

The letter concludes with the! crew of three officers and 46 men, : cable removed. Four new was A. H. Melanie I Key West, us well as a new ex-j Eddie Strttfik J"PI'icf atj. the, which there baa been so in i ,i
that answer be with i wires about 12 miles have i t ; 1 hit it of water coos, etchings. -.ion today, and after the
request a prompt a monthly payroll of $5,700, open l i ;Ire frnfJ talk the "Mai igltt laid bv "war, ,
forwarded the amount of moneyrequired has been announced. j been run to the head of the island'. CAR; ES 1 end ca-Tcin*. J i ing of the resmlar songs, the meeting -,of planes tarronzmg France with
to close the lease be, The party moved from Miami i :and 142. crohsjirms placed for I I Mr.: Leonard has extended invitations -. was adjourned. clouds of poison ga, hgcag t o
named and an immediate reply where it had been established for! these wires.! j to the brad o'f various J subdue the oM enemy before sb'
with check inclosed will be for-J the last year and is engaged in For improving. the house! sere 4 f r* + 79 PASSENGERS organizations in tr:. city.} hoping| : could defend herself or her a'ltp' *
: 10,000> I,I ,to attract pereons TWO MARRIAGE
warded.A conjunction with! theurveY'Arty ire of the company about' ,, as piano asipovI5ib' i 1 fly to her aid.BFinally. .
feet new ; have been run 1 '" to the reception; He ha" .*It-
letter with the required information -\ of Lieut.: W. H. Bainbridge:which i of wiring there are UO-u \ improvements l 1 1i l I I St@am"hip. Coka of the md''rd the1 organization leaders to invite I
from poles to houe These -i P.
was sent to Judge I has been.in- Key West since Augusta ( LICENSES ISSUED think Alsace and Lorraine may be
:Mr. Pittman.i ;,: S. S. sailed yesterday in members of the
Barn?* at hw Washington\ address in, that!; modernization.. of the paid > | company turn sev- .r coveted. / ,
yesterday and he was advised that Yharts of the coast of Florida from i have required an outlay of between -I day for Ja.3r.aith 69 cr al I societies. : --
the Knowles cottage/: on Vernon t Fort Lauderdale to Key West. $6,000 and $7.000. I j I class passengers, I 10 second Serving as hosteswith Mrs.i i -
avenue which he admired while, The surveys Include basic triangulation -i: The most important of the cut ?, nine automobiles. 12 tons Porter will be Mr*. William There were two marriage; licenses SPECIALFRIDAY
I ;| freight and 110 sacks of. mail. Warren. Kr Horberg. slued d-:line the part week
here, would be ready for occupancy. ] control on either fide s', projects mentioned in the foregoing -, R'I AND SATURDAY
tt in of out Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba Mr- John Warn-low Mrs. II. front the office o{Probate Judge
1 1 of the keys: topography by means as being course preparation ; ORANGE LAYER
15; of pineapples. 3.357 William H. Huzh Conn making a total of
and hydro- is the installation! of ap-; cars Gley. Mrs. 35c
aerial photographs
I jof
sacks of three Curry eight. for the month of May to'date. CAKE ..... ....
MINDED OWN BUSINESS graphy on either side of the keysfrom procimately: sce miles of cables i t out 74 mail and Mr*. G. N. Coshorn. and Mrs. -j I
i the working on the lIaneoa::!: ears. : Moreno. Assisting in serving CHERRY LAYER 35c
the inside to s Engineers are now I ;
J. J. I 1..0. this week were mad. to CAKE __ ,
CHICAGO.-"I've always minded J outer reefs.It details and making estimates of Steamship Okark, of the Clyde- refreshments win i be Mrs. --- --
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i within the 611 Lines is due to arrive in Trevor. Mrs. Wallace B. Kirke .I Joseph Edward Warren and
my own business. Mud Mrs. is expected. says Lieutenant tithe cost to com: appropriation -f MALONEY PEACOCK
J from New Mrs.'J. Y. Porter. Mr E. F. Yvonne May Atwell; Timothy 11.1
tomorrow evening ?
Margaret Schoonober of this cityas McCarthy, that the party will remain which has already: the ; I J
en route to Miami and)I or. Mia Been Williams, and Trev-j[Pittman and Doris Louise Saw- Sia Fssiag i St. PkoM ala
she recently observed her 101 t I for the better part of a ; been matte. It is anticipated that t j 1 Il l
birthday .pplj t 11 I year. t work will start within 60 days. tin 'Minnie Porter Harris. yet. I I .




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r KEY WEST IN I ;Today's;; there, Jan. 22. 1900. '1[ of the American Bible Union i Horoscope
: jToday's
i! author and lecturer born at I
Published CITlUiN. Dally PCBUiHIilG Except Baadar.CO:: .8TTUE 10.fc. view of the belief of most informed DAYS GONE BY I Anniversaries 1831 -Daniel'Manning, Albany, ;;Salem N. J. Died Dec. 5, 1934.i:'l!........................
N. Y..
Pre1WuFrom newspaper publisher Secretary Here have intuition
P.ARTMA.K. observers later we great
sooner or .... ........... \
Th CltlMrf building Happeninn Her Jq.t 10 YearsAgo i. 'e. pi .. of the Treasury _under ,
1 1 .
I Ieer..r another war of large proportions in Europeis I 1877-Medill ]McCormick Chicago and a powerful, perhaps haughty
Cleveland born at Died
Orccn tad,AM Btr.etah Today A* Taken From i i 1799 Honore: de ; Balzac I Albany
----.- inevitable, measures have been proposed The File Of The Clime i, French novelist! born. Died Aug. Dec. 24, 1887. newspaper publisher, ,congressman [ nature. You ought to make a place
..,all Dally Nwipmpcr IB Key 'W.*t and Monro !! and U. S. Senator born j for yourself in the world but da
the United States 16, 1850. !
whereby by making cer- I
County.haltered I 1832-Philip D. Armour pioneer ,:in Chicago. Died Feb. 25, 1925.! | not be too anxious to fight for \
tain definite declarations in advance With the arrival here this I
at Kay West. Florid. aa xcond clan matt.r I Chicago inert packer and I Ij justification but rather seek to
FlrrY-SlXTD TEAR might keep out of it. morning of Norma E. Mack, 1801-William H. Seward New philanthropist born at Stock- :, Whether by design or coincidence -'[win it by merit. Seek friends swell -
publisher of the Buffalo Evening, York and senator the I I bridge, N. Y. Died in Chicago,
Some of the declarations suggested II : governor the four itooney brothers as servants; use your position -
Member .. the Jee.ri te4 Pre Times and former chairman of candidate in the Chicago|Jan. 6, 1901.
'leading i I of Nashville named in
are alphabetical fortunate
to others not
1 1I i help so -
.. the Committee
entitled to following
.1. Associated h. zcU ivelr a. are : the Democratic -( which chose :':
of 1860
:,r republicatlon of all news dlcpatctoea eredlted' te United I convention ] order their initials beingA. and remember that pr> It or not otterwUe credited In tble paper.and alM i Inform the world that our governmentwill ; Royal S. Copeland, Lincoln i and Johnson! born at I 1832: -Robert F.Y. Pierce,.New A., B. B., C. C, and D. D. 'generally' has a fall.vs .
ibe local m pubtiUicd .re.16rNAJlONAl States Senator from New' t
Florida N. Y. Died Oct. 10, 1872.
il not lend funds to any belligerent for 'presidentof -- -- ...... -.- .. ,-. .--- '
C. Nottingham vice I, :. ;; .- -
EDITORIAL) war purposes, nor permit individual citizens the First National Bank of f 'i" /' < ,.y, .. ,. .
to do so. Also that sales or shipments Chattanooga, Tenn. and Roberts i; 1824-Levi! P. Morton. New I "

79.3.5 .of goods of any kind to belligerents Eaton Saunders. former managerof :1 York banker, congressman diplomat -: : ,<,.
cMlrrlosl the National Bank of South. 22nd Vice President, and
sca! uATLS !
JR. y..., ..... .. _._ ...__. '11." I will be prohibited. Africa substance in the mOlt governor, born at Shorebam. Vt. ."'" ;,
;>Is Mo,,'''. _._ ..._.. .., I." the
.m' Notify our own people that American pronounced form was given Died 16 1920.
t May ,
Three. Mo.t1 .. _. .. .. .. I.U I
)n. f"Dlb ...-... _' .. .tlNeekly vessels will not be permitted to sail in realty! boom in Key West for -
._...-.... ....._.. .It these men have already invested! j .. -
waters of disputed area and that | 1831-David E. Hughes, Anglo- ,
ADVERTISING ItATesIad. any in lu-opeity here and have arranged -, I (" :-:'", -
known Oft a"plltaUOk travel by American citizens into belligerent for the establishment of American inventor of the printing ,;.L'J '; < .
; telegraph and of the microphone. 'J y .it- --
... countries will be prohibited exceptfor companies which will assure pro-
All r a"inic notice, card of thanks, resolutions efT'ryvtt. .
cl.lt.ary Botirc. etc, vlll be charged for at of the most gress. Others who have become?j' .ee.ee.ee.eee....eeeeee. 3 oj:
4>e rate....f :. cent a line. reasons urgent necsssity. interetsed in Key West are Cecil
\1\-!< for entertainment by eharea.a .
".".....* I.! to b. derlveU are i cent a line.frog ".k Disavow responsibility for protecting Piatl vice president; pf the Anglo CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
1 U..Clilxcn I* au open for.. and InTite dieeos- Americans who violate the foregoing Soutji American Trust company;i
ion ef pcbllo ls ue. and *ubj ct. of local or generalrlarel pro- .
but It will not pubU.bDOD71IIOU.. Carlyle J. Gkaaon, of Elkins and
contmeul.Soni2 visions: and announce in advance that any
Kq-ma Glearon New York and H. C:
who disregard them do so at their own I
Greer president of the Preston 1. ......................
people are ready to do anythingto risk. County.Coke and Coal companyof

anybody if there la a profit in it. If Europeans knew positively in ad- Pittsburgh and the owner of PERSONAL
a chain cf: daily newspaper :
vance that they could obtain no money, throjghovt the coal belt of Penn STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS.

Barbara Hutton has taken the Count, munitions or supplies of any kind from the sylvania and West Virginia. f INDIGESTION victims, why 1
I' i i suffer! For. quick relief, get ai :
but still the is not"'out. More:to'come.I United States there would be. far less danger .
free sample of Udga, doctor's ;
... ',' .. The R H. Givens Jr., company i
....i_ "I '!: ..M. of their going to war than there is now. announces the opening'' of "Pine. prescription, at Gardner's: ,Pharmacy. _

'''Whether in Florida I or' Washington By announcing immediately a policy such Grove subdivision en: Big Pine EA '
Key. The office of'the companyis apr23-24-25-30; may 1275914.REPAIRING U
Julius) F.. Stone wilj''hiv'e'ii! kindly thought a* is outlined in the foregoing, this coun- I next ttf San Carlos theater. 15.16. I

for Key West. '."'"..- \i\ a.;" :','' .' try could serve the cause of world peace I Another: subdivision recently puton .

more effectively than in any other way. the 'market by this company __u u. ._. ._ t -
was! quickly scld out and this new CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRINGCain :-
Mark Twain said "all sane people land will be as quickly disposedof < bottoms repaired by Leonard
detest noise." Administrator Stone detests ON THE PURPOSE OF LIFE it is anticipated. A full page: Warren. 418 Simonton NEVER A LOOSE END

noise, ergo.Married -- advertisement of the company street. may4-7tx .r fg
in this issue.
Almost every reader of The Citizen appears I
men who are wed during believes in immortality, and the averageman Messrs. M. J. Mi-Michael and
W. S. McKenny of Miami, spent PIANO TUNER Lanreano Mo-
that there is heaven to ,
Leap Year are under the suspicion of hav- agrees a reward -
yesterday in Key West and were reno. Excellent piano for sale
ing been more imposed upon than propos his goodness and a hell to take care ready to close on a large realty cheap. 10IS Division street.

ing. of his wicked friends. deaL This will be done as soon as apr22-lmo
certain details are worked out it
Our citizenry as a whole however
was said. These gentlemen have FOR RENT Dwnr4tickh
The American dollar j is sound, says not nearly as unanimous on the purpose of taken options on several pieces

Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau.And life. Sdtne view the material results as of valuable realty and it is ex- BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
unimportant compared to substantial char- pected the transaction will be Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
it sounds just as of oldbut the'sound, brought to a close at an early makes and paint them with
seem to have a mocking tone. acter development. Others consider that date. Nu-Enamel. We carry a full
harmony with their fellowman is the one supply of part. Agent for the
Walter Francis: Burns, who lots Pollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
essential::! and that fidelity to abstract principles -
Thirty-eight men on the'relief rolls of been in Key West since last win- And sell them as low as $5.00
Los Angeles, accused of using their relief when they conflict with present ter announces that a charter has down and $1.00 per week. We .t
peace of mind is a poor substitute for a been applied for under the laws! Buy and Sell all makes of used
money to buy liquor and get drunk, have rendezvous with the gang. I of Florida for a company to be I Bicycles Phone 276. J. R.
been sentenced,o jail l, 23. to serve 180 known as the Florida Keys Realty Stowers company, 515 Duval
As far the writer has been able to ,
days and 15, 60 days.' They soak 'em as Company: with a capital of $1-I 'street a apr9-tf the tobacco that counts, and there are no
observe the actions of men they are guided 000000. This: will be a holding :. -

there. by-one of these broad policies of conduct. company for' the various Key. FURNISHED BUNGALOW modern '

The Supreme Court knocks out the The vogue of the "mixer" with men, the West Mr.and Burns other and key propertiesthat associates I street.conveniences.Apply Valdes 634 Bakery.William :::.: 'finer tobaccos than those used in Luckies

"practical" man, is in direct contrast to the have purchased and will pur- apr27
Railway Pension Act by 5 to 4 decision. '
man who seeks to understand his duty, accepts \
This will) relieve the from 1r _. -
railroads payingout ----
his responsibility and executes his
Development of the tracts recently -
$60,000,000 this year. But just think task. Which type do you belong to? purchased by William S. rlllff1811111A -'----

how much more the busses and trucks are Baxter and Malcolm Meacham will :....................................................... -.............
relieving the railroads by taking away give impetus to the building pro- ,

their business. UNFAIR TREATMENT gram large proportions which is in now Key assuming West'\ is; ALL MAKES SPECIAL SALE

what Is being.-said on all Fides i I Ie
The chain letter fad is causing havoc, today, and this idea is furtheredby 1 OEFUHfcYOil

confusian and consternation. The latest (Sarasota Herald) the information received at DuVAUSED f xi : --- ON ---
the office of the South Florida
jet the best and under the heading The failure of the state senate to confirm
appears Contracting and Engineering;
", "Good Riddance Club," of Augusta, Governor Sholtx' appointment of N. Vernoq Haw- Company that thj.* company has CARL I

Kan. It reads: "When you receive this Ihorne state attcrnpy o/ Dade euunty, prony/ts for been called upon! to'furnish plans

letter buy yourself a gun iTnd shoot the belief that this! state has reached! the point of for be more erected than at twelve an early bungalowsto date. / ; II.I. ,

guy :at the top of the )list.j That will stop punishing a public official for performing Ijis .. .
the nuisance i ,. duty. Editorial comment: Prohibit- I
1 ing the 'sale of firearms will not TI ii iiy :
.... Mr. Hawthorne was nominated by the electorate .
inmre safety so long as people ,. .
The KQcf l of Dade county last in the Democratic ; ": --
Citizeijfl jr .string. along year with a mania for speed) can buy a HONEST

with 'G : : 1 'o1t IoQk'nacl, primaries. The appointment of a nominee I second.hand: automobile for $40. 4 '

Harelip i e,4,4t1 W'y uno 'dtges } by the governor is not mandatory under Florida, 1 e: : I
1 ,
Mrs. Claude Albury, .
Mr. and ; ,
raw lf t hwt 6J e'er ;course' laws, but fcr some years the state ,democratic i of '100? Grinnell street announc VALU E J f tQ :

Mia = otiln Qur, .tad the party has included circuit judges and, state attort I the birth of a girl 10:15 this
mattersfi6uldihot oncei'iiZ tIt politicalrape neys in the primary ballots in order" that the chief I morning.i The'little daughter na*, I "
been given the name Rosrhid!
should be censured no matter whereit executive may be informed in connection with the Grace. ,

occurs. It i:1 a consolation that the day people wishes. TREVOR & MORRIS,

of reckoning is inevitable for those re- The Dade county state attorney at Miami: is The Key West Indians and Regulars r --INC.
: will meet in a of baseball
.'pon ir..Ie.. being punished because! he performed the duty game after-I '. Ford
3:30 o'clock tomorrow OWet Contiato a
which his oath'cf office required. lie recently advised .
noon at the barracks Ax there' Dealer la the World"

Em never going to touch the fee system a Dade county; grand jury when Stct Senator bas been no game for many week
there should be crowd of
again," Senator Gomez of Key Westa Lewis of Marianna was indicted on a gambling I fans in attendance.a large

: serted the other day. "I wouldn't dare. charge, and the son of a former Dade senator -- : :
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I narrowly escaped defeat when I ran for was indicted on another charge.
I i
re-election because of an effort to abolish When a North Florida senator, imbued with

the feC'*ystem." And another senator said a desire for retribution-and that is Senator
i i
''tch a move "would say to county officers Lewis-can dabble in the political affairs of a Important I 1r
'here's a" club you can use to beat the members community several hundred miles. distant, and I : :

of the legislature,' the Orlando Sen- overthrow the will of the ,majority of"the electorate Announcements r

tinel points out. Now, does everyone' un- of that comniunitr. .it f kooks like ttwc' J I' : ) S

dcn and who elects our senators?..-Miami has! arrived for a change in \having the ,se-na.te. .
"' *'psi,concerning the redemption of First and : : :
Daily News. confirm the governor's appointments of !eirruit ; I .
: !
;J *++ Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been
judges and state attorneys. .
made the treasury Department this i
"We may wake up this winter only to Senator Lewis in injecting; his personal.feelings I a j by
# week. .
discover that Key West and not.l\iami Is into this appointment certainly wa acting 4 : ; :

the cynosure of all eyes-that there 'are contrary to his oath of officer a senator. From .

hundreds of thousands of people seeking this distance it appears that Mr. Hawthorne hasdemonstrated We would be pleased to have you I $1.OOaset i

vacations who do not particularly wish to his ability and his fearlessness as a consult us

be I pestered with worries about the out- public official the type thai'we need in office to I : :
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of the seventh at Hialeah the replace the opposite type many of whom boll
come race # or

third! race on the dog track.$: "-Orlando public office in Florida today. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF i South Florida: Contracting & Engineering Co. i

Sentinel. We have: a hunch that something It would seem that tile proper thing for the II. _

besides the lack of racing is helping Key governor to do would be to await adjournment of KEY WEST : Phone 59S White; ad Eliza Streets :

West and that both Key West and Miami the legislature and appoint Mr.. Hawthorne: to the : "Your home is worthy of the best" :
Member of the Federal Reserve .
will attract an increasing number of visi- office.which he deserves by reason of, his selection : I ... ... .. .... .............

tors.--Miami Daily News. . '. '- ,".';- by-'. a majority. -' of,Uw voters of Pad county...:_ ., ... .. < -. : : : ;;; ;;;


M i




: I MAY 16 f?, .1935.. THE!. KEY WEST !H ,

-- -'- -- AGE,.. THREE..,..
= : :;"'

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Vote* /*******. \ RECREATION
Chapter 46 scion of the house of Harris. So li SPORTS i

SARAH when James comes here Father IN
J IAMES' second courtship did not doesnX"sticks around to see that James DIAMONDBALL CAME PLAYED 1 MAY 17

progress by leaps and bounds -Hnrnph! said Miss Julia."Would TUESDAY RESULTS IN t

as Miss Julia and Mellssy so confidently It make It any easier If Sarah Stlm- DOWNS LE- EVENTS TO BE PUT ON UNDER -
OF. '
4 TO 3
expected. He gave the sum' son called on yon and your mother?" .- -- --. LION PLAYERS, AND LIGHTHOUSE t DIRECTION OF 'RECREATION
+- -
mer to It. Most of the courtship took "It might. I'm not sure. But doat

place on horseback. worry Miss Julia rm not the silly .ee ..ee..e DEPARTMENT TRI- t t DEPARTMENT 0.'
young thing I once was." R ii (By JOVE)
James already had a riding horse ." said Miss Julia humbly, 1. G UMPHS OVER PARK CLUB J There was but one game played t LOCAL ADMINISTRATION

a handsome black gelding with one in the j
Social Diamondball
; League
'e always wanted to ask your forgiveness _
white foot. He bought, a beautiful for what I did to yon and i!! Tuesday, and this was won by I -
little bay mare guaranteed to be James years ago going oat of I j I (By JOVE) the American Legion" ten, a re-j j An fntra- itx tennis tournament

gentle and bunted up a saddle. Almost my way to Interfere In what was i l i .......... The-Social Diamondball 1 League : vamped club, from the Cuban l for men will be staged here Deginjning _
i none of my business. 1 was aa oldfooL l ] played three games yesterday at .
every late afternoon. occasionally x'-aj too often Club outfit May 17, :and continuing
by 4 to 3
i a score.
Perhaps yon didn't know the, Bayview Park
fa the early mornings. Miss ; ,. shop and grounds I A feature of the 1 j through June 8, it was announced
BROO the
"Tes, I knew. hurt me... rathera : In the first game was
Julia, would see him passing her lot. But do you suppose I would I tbe same : : game played in the !i pitching of Melvin Tynes, who I f this: morning by the recreation department -

house astride Ted and, Ueading have,let you and Mrs Millard and I [ hter and pro-,. afternoon the Administration ten i held the hard-hitting Cuban Club j of the Key West Administration -

Lady. Miss Sarah and the rest of you take : the front steps I won front: the American Legion. team to double and I which is sponsoring the
; 'I ;: a two singles.
Leslie was .always. ready and wait James away from'me If I bado until today he outfit by a score of 11 to 4. { conte t.
lc$ for him. James! would dismount. I been willing!* | j! <<: same ?irl's !1 Leaders at bat were: Demeritt 1 I Best hitters were: J. Carbonell{ The tournament is to be of the

lift Leslie into the saddle and off "Then you didnt honestly. -cue I I,' won't let him : for the Office crew and Carbonell | with three safeties in four tries;'ground i robin" variety, and every
for him?" During all IJoe I Baker and VillareaL with two player will play every other player
they would Leslie timidly i : for the Legion boys who hit three i
go. clinging { 1
More than life. ( in keyS est !' before
my That Isn't an J hits in three chanes. the loving cup trophy
to the saddle horn. James exaggeration. I sacrificed James to f car nickel : safely out of three chances. I C. Hernandez i u awarded. The award will be
j Alfonso and
assuring her that there was nothing my silly, silly pride. It Isn't you I : New ; in the stet I I In the field Doraenech and O i i made on, the basis of percentage

to be afraid of. have to forgive but myself. If I Louis ,,-aeth s and J Fernandez starred for the "boom Martinez played well in the field 1 Two matches will be staged each

Once Miss Julia, frankly eavev! could live a thousand years I don't a net even John for the Cuban Club ten and Mc. I day in Bayview Park, although the
'dropping from her basement wla believe Id ever be able to forgive the : any nickels JI aggregation, and Barker I I Collough, Barros and Villareal time of day will l) depend upon the
dow beard Leslie say."I'm an awful myself and Archie Roberts for the Office
to 1, I individual
Well starred for the Legion outfit 'I I layers it was said
coward. But I'm not really afraid "You're already done a lot to bunch '
i our hero took Some games will be played in the
as long as yon keep close to me. if make up for It. Why. he*a different Score by innings: R. H. E.'
first Honorable Score by inningsR.. H. E. |i morning, some! in the afternoon
you get a_ foot ahead I'm panicky., man these days. But for my part I i ee Cuban
; ,banded I i American Legion Club000 ; and some at night.

s- mound ; : I, ,: berhe, ,floe i 400 OOQ: Q-"- 496 300 000--3 3 3 1 I: The schedule for the tournament

game, i All I know Administration+ ; American Legion- with the names of those who

Jt1i* ;:: : i New ?l') .: ) M.done dif.!; 000-' 506' x-,. 11 5 1 I l 000 001 21x-I 9 '5 will participate.., fellows:

; I Paul P i ..,,aio but .the a, ;II Batteries: Villareal, M Tynes I Batteries: C. Garcia and Martinez May 17--Sawyer and Ham!':;
,and \ : .eat1YII good,'and'Baker E.Roberts J. 'I Carbonell and England.
y ; ; and Cooper ; M. Tynes and Joe Baker !I
> = and !j t : : ..HiA.. nwit, /' I Summary: Errors J. Carbonell!t:;, May' Ii-Sawyer-and Johnson;

The { the! drive) Summary Errors; ': Baker 2. 12' M. Lopez 2, A. Hel1 andez. M j i I Harris and V'arela..
t Cbica a very good, "' I May 19-England and Sawyer;
Carbonell Villareal
t Esoninaldo. L. Bazo. F. Tynes
I ; :
) but for i Harris aDd Johnson
: t Hale; two base hits: Barker, De I two base hits: Alfonso, Villareal,
by a be a good merit Carbonell stolen bases (i i I May 20-Wemtraub and Car-
: !; stolen bases: iii I. Esquinaldo, J.
the ne gets from bonell Curry and J. Pinder.
I ;
Maoucy: Baker. Vfllareal; struck Carbonell. McCollough,. Baker,I I
I the green he Villareal J May 21-Varela and Sawyer;
; outby by McCollough Domenech. M. Tynes: Hjort; sacrifice {i
in one lams it to > Hims{ and England.
I i1 ,1; bases on balls: off Villareal 2. hit: :Martinez; struck oat: ,J'
ond a not yet figur-: i May 22-CarboneH and hams;
off Tynes 2; wild pitches: Villa- by Garcia 5, by Tynes 2; bases j
The | time, you a!'k : I B Pinder and Varela.
real. McCollough. Tynes. Roberts; on balls: off Garcia 5, off Tynes
the it because he I I I I May 23--Johnson and Wemtraub -
time of game I :00; umpire: Gon 2; wild pitches: Garcia 4. Tynes
tained his putts Ba*- I) ; Sawyer and PinderI .
zalez. I double play: F. Tynes to Mar
; :
{ Always May 24-Carbonell and B. Pin-
tinez time of game: 1:00 umpires I I
; ;
runs is going to t I |e'er; Curry and Varela.
In the second the Recreation
game : Lewis, Hathaway and Gon-
and i nearer to him I Mar 25--Johnson and J. Pin-
I ten and the Garage boys were zalez.
The the ball to ; l cr; Carbonell and Sawyer..
!seen in action, the latter club win-
ed the i ; game will May 26-England and Varela;
+ | ning by a score of !9. to 7.
n test. mark PLANS TO ENTER < E. Finder and Harris.
I Leading hitters were: Jolly,. !
but May 27 Carry and Weintraub
Lyons I good on ;
I : with three out of three tries; Gabriel

/ the tory. ,I'; i liable that. to But take he ; three and chances.Jack Matthews, with twin 0; BOATS IN RACES!;:Carbonell May 28-and 7. Johnson.Pinder and Varela;

i, .
F. I Curry and Sawyer.
The ," I says the more In the field. Lewis. Wemtranb. i
out more exercife iI May 29-England and B. Pinder -
;i Clements. Gabriel and F. Matthews i 1
Tigers. plays for the ;: played Mervm Thompson of 320 ) : ; J. Finder and Harris.

't fair I :':' heck he says, ': Score by innings a good: game.R .{I. E garet street is in receipt of Iar-I I May 30-Johnson andVarela;

Most of the The I .. Some of i ,,, letter from Henry S. Carbonell and Curry.
courtship took place on. horseback."Dont Garage I, n 050 030 1-9 9 4 I
I the I ay*, he is go- Recreation 004 111 0-7 8 4 I Miami, who states that he is much!II May 31-.J. Pinder and B. Pin
worry 111 stitk closer than won't feel satisfied until I !t der Curry and Johnson
ice Hewitt I
you out a I {I i I out Batteries: Jolly L. Castro and I interested in entering two sailboats ;
a hrgthern YqllJl get..2YLLI.! Dreyfully. ttfo safely _DUl.treJL and settled,_. f.ddi time. the in races at Key West Uaioll|I June Wrwitraub and Sawyer .
i t(i I H. Castro Roam and Clement,,
.Us all a matter keepingat Don t let.him wait tdo long. Leslie. j he ; that : ; England and Johnson.
The \| j[i never gets ,II !Walker. year in the event these festivities !
It. Time's passln ." : ][ ; ; are included in the Fourth JuneCarboneU and J. Pin-
I I Summary Errors. Hill 2. Del- i
"I. don't know. Ted and Lady are : .. : of July as was: the case ,'der; B. Pinder and Weintraub.
so big and* powerful You only A DAY or two later Miss Julia At I I|gado, W. Arias, Q. Lopez. Rosam,, hut program f June 3-Curry and England/ ;

laughed J'eaterdalwben Ted reared went to see Miss Sarah and they .......... J. Matthew J. Walker; three! base' year. Miami 'Varela and Wemtraub.
Chicago For the benefit of tbe
I would hare fallen right off and had a long and not unacrlmonious I' bit: Lewis; two base hit'Hill' resident, it may be raid that these June 4-B. Pinder and Sawyer;
died. Aren't you ever afraid? I don't talk over their iced tea and pound Gabriel. Walker; stolen bases: Weintraub and England.
will be conducted this
believe you are. You're. giving me cake. But they kissed at parting and and pmes'0:, Kemtraub 2, Clements, q. Lopez, according events to the article: appearing year I Jane 5-Cnrry and Harris;

a terrific Inferiority complest"AfraldT Miss Sarah said quavering/! "Ill Phelps. ; ': : : 1 Ro"am. J. Walker. Delgado. Jolly;, The Citizenesterday relativeto Weintraub and J. Pinder
think it over. But I can't help feel struck out: by Castro 3. by Rom in
Good God. I've spent ---- ---- -.w- -.- this matter with the program June 6--Curry and B, Pinder;
Ing ." I 6; bases on balls: off Rosam 2.
of afraid. You
life 1
most my being : I Pena, AL to be carried ou under the aus- England and J. Pinder
"Stop thinking and start doing. | off Jolly 3. off Castro 3; wild I
knows amoral
inUIt know everyone At ; Ubieta. pices of the Ksnr-r>> Pi Y Club June 7-Hams and Weintraub;
coward" It's mighty little I'm asking of you pitches: Jolly, Castro 3; time of Johnson aad B. Pinder
under the direction of Oliver Ar-,
considering the Interfering busybodies Gop-j I 20 minutes :
game: ; umpires
James' voice was bitter. Leslie ; Joe mayor president of the organization. !! Jane Carbonell and Varela.
we were once. But go or not. Stanley. Griffin and $rindel:
stamped her foot and said sharply."Don't .l 1 i iMr All matches are to be singles
Just as you please. It won't make Gates I
be stupid'"Stupid Mark \ f and others. \ Thompson receiver of the j
*" any real difference anyway. jJ : | In the third game the Lighthouse 'I'' BENJAMIN LOPEZ
my words. James Is going to marry J defeated the Bayview Park letter since reading the account !
"Yes. You have the gift like It of the outlined will Tite FUNERAL HOME
stupId. Leslie Harris whether you : ten by a 14 to 0 score. In the program j j' I'
the blessed girt of Imagination and or not.The sooner you make friends At third inning tbe park outfit decided to the interested party. it Is anderstood. E..ltU.Jaed 49 Year

on top of It an unusual sensitive with her the better" St. I( that they had enough.. uuracting him to com I Key WW's Oldest

ness. But it Isn't worthy of jour The next afternoon Miss Sarah New 'I; municate with Mr. Armayor 2fHrL.lau.. Service{
Intelligence to go on under estimatIng In embroidered white linen and ; ;i Standing of the clubs whereby he may obtain all information : j LIe.:.... E.r..I.er

yourself. I have known yon a white silk gloves and a green sun I II !i i '' Club W. L. Pc t. necessary in this matter. t j ...... 138 Nleht' 8..-Ware
long time. You call yourself a shade the Harris door bell. 'iI -
rang I I ....... ... .
t diamondballj i Service ..._.- 51 .830 --- -
coward put L" her voice broke.I card case Inband., She had meantto i
I t ; at Bayviow' Cuban Club ....._........ 4 2 .666
think bravest I
you are the man stay at the most fifteen minutes. I
know;*, '>\f.t.: She:stayed for over an hour. Miss At : ; Guard! *a-* : Administration .._...... 43 .570

Julia waylaid her afterwards and St. : team, .,:Recreatwn'.._...J.J.c 3 .570
New \ i : < ; jn.t V'P i, .. 4 3 .570
said thickly, "Bless :you. made her sit down on her porch. ; j ;, Lighthouse -> -,-*--,
JAMES. lifted her Into the saddle -\>'elir asked Miss Julia. J ( exhibition of; Garage ..._.....Uh.i. 2 <4< .333

They:rode off down the street.and "Well. I actually bad a good: cey; : : ; ; tJ aU\jvho,,at-i.. Bryview i Park' ......__. '2 5 .285fmericrfn'

.Miss Julia stood a long time staring time," Miss Sarah admitted genes euso $ I / : 'P..: I I ... Legion ?.* 1 5 .166

,let of her cellar window. ously. "Something was said about I ',. ,ter.This --*- '

Weeks, went by. The horseback Father and Leslie began asking me At ; i !f .|i4aines-l f : afternoon beginning at

rides continued. But summer eve- questions. I hadn't had a good talk I ; ( ) ; u collect-1' ,1):30'o.do) k, the Garage ten will

Sing after summer evening Leslie about Father for years. No one : $ !< a I meet the Legionaires. Friday night .

sat alone or with her father and seems interested. lIe's almost i i, by jewelers t :the Cuban Club and the Service !

mother on their side porch. This almost forgotten But Leslie .1 Grace; I t I I fI li,outfits will cross bats. I a noun

I!Irritated Miss Julia beyond endue members him perfectly." Pearce 1|, '!

ance. On. evening as Leslie was "So yon don't think Leslie's :

watering her flowers Miss Julia dreadful J I'

went out and Joined her. "Where "I 1 think she's what Father said At I "jHere's -- '

James tonight she asked abruptly sweet. I asked them all to dinner :

"Home. I suppose" bat only Leslie accepted. When I Chicago I,

"Doing wbatProbablT !" think.Julia that It might have been |I :

reading"On Leslie all these years Instead of :iFoxx;

a night like this Why Isn't that- hard cold-blooded Jane I i "Why

be here You can tell James for Miss Sarah broke down and At j

me I think be'. a nincompoop. and Miss Julia had to take back -1'I New

"Tell him yourself laughed Les her horrid Insinuations of the pr8< Detroit t They

lie. "Or yon might." she stooped to Ions day And then Melissy ; i ; Better

water a drooping snapdragon "yon them tall glasses of Iced raspberry I Sullivan [

might take It op with Father. shrub and cookies and Miss Sarah I

"Your father What has your said she must take the next car. I At Feeim ear f l.

father got to do with It?" And didn't.tCopyrigtt tll'ashin:: A addition oroup.ll' ra
"A good deal. I'm afraid. Father Hit, Jfateei B. Fanlaasd t I !, !i 11 .0 Cold each ear earrjee .
I{ 1rfaL
.Is determined that no upstart of the I A Call1ieaJelakli I t a
testis docs a little -&nsDlrln.- :
panic of SUmson shall patronize a. .,r-iajT9W' BoHon; .' Sire m6Q> > IDl..

--- -- ___ I II and I A.h a. e..r.ti pear fa thus dl'' ao f dcteq. e's'he
Official experiments in North ]

1 LEAGUE JSTANDINGS i Carolina showed farm land I tie>aendo u'rk

N, wet Lo FOrd aazt
!! damaged by soil erosion could be V8 Ica. fat flee 1935

AIURl'N: LEAGUE: terraced at a cost of $1 an, acre lon'trom.iJ lDale agae a ode ro'Bea

ClubT- W L. Pct I _prieea, e rodt-Lotr.
Chicago 'h''.__'hh..15. 6 .714 Hcnore' Daumier. the French 'od.T. Squm Drat .

Cleveland .........._..13 6 .684 1 artist was imprisoned six monthsfor wed tar

Boston ... u..._._ ....12 9 .571 caricaturing King Louis Phi- TREVOR & MORRIS

New York ....---__ 10 .545 ;; lippe as Gar'gantna. vs. I I ,

Washington _1111 .500 j rINC.---

Detroit u,_ ./.-._._ 12 .ni t| Brook)}'nChicago __...15 9 .625 ton vs.
: Fero"
St. Louis .......____ 5 14 .263 { ..........._.13 8 .619 Only "Oldest Coatiaaeu ,

Philadelphia ".''.''_'___ 5 15 .250 !, St. Louis _..*......,,,,__13 11 .54% Dealer i tm tIa.THURSDAY WerLI"

1 I Pittsburgh ...?.._.._13 13 .500 "

NATiONAL LEAGUE I Cincinnati ___.__ 9 13 .409 : !

Clnb- \V. L. pet I Boston .-._... .. 6 U .100 ary va.
.. ... .
New: York 15 6' .ne; Philadelphia b 15 .5! Only s. ++.a. r a e.I



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................................................, ........................I .. ....................' Convention
'EXERCISES : opened in Chieagorlchose I 1 A rabbit drive CaL
In History i I'I
4 PERSONAL MENTIONeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei Today Abraham Lincoln on third netter 4,500 rabbits in a 40-

SOCIETY I ........................ ballot a comparatively unknown square mile area.MONROE .
:-: : -: LOCALCONVENTTfflSJVENING RECEIVEDEGREE, 1788-Presbyterians of New figure in national politics. I

e...........................................J.o.. A. J. Angle collector of customsfor York and Philadelphia resolved to THEATERRandolph
r Florida, and U. C. Zeluff, customs -: ( I i I
\ Police Department Plan Grand : agent arrived yesterday I;I I 1I TO BE AWARDED CERTIFICATE create a General Assembly. 1925U. S. asked France, Italy. l Scott-Leslie i Carter in

>[ from Tampa and after a brief visit Belgium and other countries to ROCKY MT. MYSTERY
with local officials left the IN CLASS AT SOUTH. I 1793-Edmond C. Genet' Edmund Lowe-Victor McLaglenin
Ball And Cabaret For May 29 on I CEREMONIES settle war debfe.
{ Steamship Cuba for a short visit i France's Ambassador arrived: -in-
ERN COLLEGESpecial Philadelphia then the capitoL His
Plans have been completed and prising and novel ideas and some I I overt actions to excite us to war': 1934-France staitej her public I Matinees Balcony lOcI Or ..*.

elaborate preparations are DOW of the outstanding talent of Key I' Thomas H. Gate and son Thomas -I ST1TUTION-TO BEGIN AT with England again caused President ; -. work plans going. tr., IS-ZOci Night 15-25
and (! < The Citizen), Washington to request his re. !I
the ball .
underway for grand II
West will numbers during H. Jr., who were visiting with .
:present 6:30 O'CLOCK LAKELAND, May 16.-One calL'a ,. ; I --- ---- ,

May cabaret 29.to at be the given Habana-Madrid Wednesday i ,the evening ,j}relatives the residence and made of the their senior.home Gate's at 1 I.jec>&s0&u; Key West;itatJe"nf: AfoertCireyJis I : I!

Club by Key West Police Department Leaaingrtlie grand:march, whichit residence E. H. Gato,. left yes I among the 108 candidates for;: 1835. Died, abed 37, Feliciat I1IfI1I
i U promised{ will be one of the.I terday'for their home'Havana..I, Commencement exercises of the degrees and certificates to.be't i D. Hemans noted English poetess !
For several weeks members of,:most colorful ever' seen, in Key j.Convent of Mary Immaculate are(I of.her.day. ?
the department have been giving](West! will be Mayor and Mrs. W.t j to be held 6:30 o'clock this after-i awarded by Southern, College..et I / s j.

all their spare time and attention -I H. Malone Other social leaders' Raymond, Dillon, Mrs.and Dillon, noon on the grounds of the insti-]commencement exercises ',the 1860 Republican National
their daughters little :
to working out details of the have also signified their inten- tution. morning of May 27. -- -' \ 1
entertainment, and preparing an tion of participating. |granddaughter, arrived Tuesday Members of the 1935 graduating -' Carey is lifted for a bachelorof NOTICE
the from Miami and
I over highway i
extensive of events and I Reservations for the event can : class are Misses RoCIary
program i l
science education.Dr.
left the degree in
P. and O. Steamship
features. be secured by phoning 395 after on Albury Rose Appel SoIiU Cobo Columbia Laundry is pleased to
Cuba for Havana. S. W. Walker, pastor ofi
The scope of the entertainment 6:30 in the evening or contacting I Celia Fernandez. Dorothy B. Fyre.I i First Jacksonville announce that John J. Kirschen-
Methodist Church -
features will embrace many sur I Captain Everett R. Rivas. -- I Anna Josephine:: James. Louise E.I baum is again associated with our 1KgswIN !
Mrs Norman A. Hoy who was I i Lee Lorraine Lounders. Eva|I a former president of South sales and delivery departments.Mr. .

t pending a while with Mr. Hoy at! Louise Maloney Yvonne Finder ern. will deliver the address at Kirschenbaum will cover the

b-To' Long Beach Calif., returned yes!. Carolyn Sands Rosalind Bertha f the graduating exercises., route formerly covered by Capt.
Young Girls Organize l President Ludd M.\ will
I i terday. Mrs. Hoy was before marriage Sawyer and Mary E. Whalton. Spivey Leslie Russell consisting of all
Miss Isabel Torres. Class Motto: Unquam Altior. j deliver the baccalaureate sermon territory north of Angela street. IThJW4jIb

Be Headed By Mary L. Albury I -- Class colors: Green and Pink. I I 1 the Heights morning Methodist of May\ Church.26, at College Mr. Kirschenbaum is thoroughly

--- I Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cherry, who, Program familiar with the laundry busi-
A Young Girls Sport Club was' planning more outings during the I were visiting in Key West for I IJ Mcnuet-Lully. Miss Mary Arendell and George ness having been associated withus

organized here recently under the': summer. (about 10 days with Mr. Cherry's I Salutatory-Celia Fernandez. J Wessinger both of Lakeland will several years ago and since

direction of Miss Clara Yates. I II The purpose of this club is for: brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Hungarian Leon d' Ourville- be salutatorian and valedictorian with various laundries throughout

The officers elected are: Mary' I Mrs. J. F. Cherry left yesterday Celia Fernandez Josephine James. respectively. Florida.We .
Louise Albury president; Marguerite -I' the encouragement of sports it is, morning for the home in Orlando. Cantata, R. Kountz-High j. Trustees will meet the morning know that he will render his

(El'ag.; ', Vice-president;, shown. I J .;Y--- "' School Choral Class.' >nI of 1Diayl2and| ( alumni will have Customers the best in service con 1
Madge. Sands secretary; and treasurer'ah'd -J I j The members are: Mary Louise,, Mr. and"'Mrs pr ccso Cano wer+1 1I .>rR rRrpi;!F Baild'n! i! '.:\jthe-irHuDcheoiv'! f ',,f-> -,' 7.0'noon.-" .,<>' t-lstert.1'1\1t'J! d policy and that _

} 1\fary"tAJUise, .BonniweH. .,;i Albury Marguerite Page Madge;I;arrivals yesterday from Miami fofrj J Appel ; 'lJJstori they'iris!}|urtc' will: find him most
i I'Sands Valenzuela. Alberta Vale'dictoftr Josephine James. tans v.oirirfjwhich1" ,
repo'rte Macy accondnodatfng and pleasant in
a visit with.relatives. '
; .
Vau ccf death .
Ruth: AddresiilbU' : ''X: the of Gen.Albeft
The club l went on: a iriarshmal- Peterson Dorothy Bean : \l. : Reagan; hisdealingsCqLUMBrAJfiTEAM
Osterhoudt, Marjorie Russell!, 1 S. J. ,Sidney..Johnston Con(e4(0 ,r
low roast on Thursday night on I j George Gomez licence inspector lJ-- LAUNDRY AT
I ( a,,te.commander, i iB ,thcV.baf.Uc}\ : I
Betty 'Rae Russell. Virgie Key
Roosevelt The ;i.' UGH. i Irma Johnson Una Mae Brady: with the State Beverage' Depart. '..SCJ'.o..e........ of J hiloh would not yhave been H::: ;&r/Wtt. Florida. d ITSGRIP! Git J i
outing was greatly enjoyed -, ment returned 'yesterday from a r. 1 1I
t i I fatal had he been able to find may14-3t
: a
by all and the club is and Mary Louise BonniwelL business visit to Tallahassee. Today's Birthday doctor. I THE NEW

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A. Hogeboom, daughter, Mrs. KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Wheel Club To To Entertain I Bessie Hamilton and her daughter, Breckinridge Lon,* of Missouri LEGALS HOTELIn N GOODYEAR ALL-WEATHER

'Laura Beth who were guests of Ambassador! to Itly. born in St.
Have With Shower
Outing .'Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hogeboom. for Louis 54 years apo. l.tG.I. NOTIfK Gives ..
1. Pursuant to Chapter 15S1. Laws the Center of the Business I you the famou Goodyear Margin
--- several weeks, left over the high of Florida the undersigned will receive -I and Theater District i of Safely- 14% to 19% Quicker
-Members of the Coral Wheel A miscellaneous shower will be the Dr. James E. West of New York until 10:00
way yesterday morning for : needry.. Stops-for 43% More Milts NO
Club will take another of their I tomorrow at 4
I given afteifioon home in Destinn Fla. I II chief scout cxeuthe of the Boy Ooxrnor's Office In Tallahassee\ I First Class-Fireproof- / Extra Cost!
rides around the boulevard tomorrow !I o'clock in honor of Miss Edith I Scouts of America born in Washington -I Florida, sealed offerings of maturedor
it announced to. Mae whose to I nnmatured Road and Bridge.liehear Sensible Rate
night was S Roberts marriage
j A. Maitland Adams, manageri D. C., 50 years go. } or Refunding Bonds of
day.With John William Russell will take for the Thompson Interests left J r MONROE CO :NTY. FLORIDA.. I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI .
the moon very nearly full place the early part of next week. | All offerings submitted JIl'ST BE 1
the S. S. Cuba
on yesterday for a Cyrus Hall McCormick of Chicago i FIRM FOR TEN PAYS SUJ. F.i -
the ride and get-together is expected The .bhower is being given by i KJt'KNT I
business visit in Havana son of the inventor of the TO THE DATE OF OPEN- Carafe Elevator
to be particularly enjoy- Mrs. James S. Moore and members 1N(J. L e.. through June 8. I'33. I
t reaper born in Washington D. C., and must state full name description Popular Price* I
able.Members of the bridal party, and will Mrs James Curry who was 76 years ago. .\ and serial numbersof ; COLONIAL SERVICE STATION
will meet at the residence be held at the Lighthouse groundson spending a while in Key West as of bonds., Interest rate. date :
of maturity. and I
of Mrs. Fred Kirtland at 8 I Whitehead street. guest of her brother and sister-in- Ogden M. Reid of New York I price asked Bonds that are In de- ; CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop. .
o'clock, and there start on the law Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baker I fault of Interest must be offered at 1
City newspaper editor born i FLAT price, which price shall be : Colonial Hotel Bldg. on Fleming Street
trip. Later they will stop at flight supper being prepared by
left yesterday afternoon for Mi- understood to be the price asked: PLAZA
Beach for refreshments and a(Mrs. Kirtland. ar.i where she will visit with her there years ago. I for such .l.ond WITH ALL PASTnpF ---
bon-in-law and daughter Mr. and COUPONS ATTACHED, and noticeIs : SANDWICH SHOP
Attilio of New York
Mrs. Shirley Cook.. hereby given that If any such
noted sculptor born in Italy, 67 i have been detached prior to: 503 DUVAL STREET I

I TODAY'S WEATHER 1 afternoon Reynold for Roig a stay left of yesterday several years ago. Idelivery andjor deducted..alueof{ purchased such of from missing any purchase herennder bonds coupons price.accepted the will:*face and be:: Where 5c is REAL MONEY TRY BEFORE YOU( BUYI I

.. days with relatives in Miami. Rafaelo Diaz noted operatic offerings must be submitted. on thisbasis. BARBECUE' SANDWICHES -
tenor born at San Antonio Tex., Sealed. envelope ..ontalnlngoff..I..g. ( at ..... ...__ .. 5 C I
Temperatures* over the Rio Grande Valley and such shall plainly state onIts
Mrs. Mary Thompson left yesterday 47 years ago. face that It Is a proposal for the : Free for Three

Highest ,:._,...____. _. -._..-88 far West Salt Lake City Utah afternoon for a stay of sale of Monroe County bonds. : HOME MADE SOUPS r MonthsI

Lowest _..........,_._.. .72 and Phoenix Ariz., 29.70 inches; several weeks with her soninlawand Prof. Carlton J. H. Hayes of I any The and right all offerings is reserved or portions to reject ofofferings. r at ...-....- .......... i I

Mean ..._.... ._80 while the northern high pressurearea I daughter Mr. and MVs. Homer Columbia University noted historian .
_79Rainfall born at Afton N. Y.. 53 STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION LARGR PONY OF 5c
Normal Mean which remains crested over W. Sweeting in Miami. OF FLORIDA.
the Lake Superior region. Duluth I years ago.Owing I David Sholtz. Governor, as Presi

Minn., 30.30 inches overspreadsmuch dent.J. OVERSIZE SURPRISE '
Lee State
Yesterday's Precipitation .03 Ins. of the remainder of the COLORED SCHOOL to road conditions the Secretary Comptroller ai I. SANDWICH. at .... ... 5c I 0b6oA
Nermal Precipitation .... .10 Ins. country. Rains and thunderstormshave II average life of an automobile in W. V. Knott. State Treasurer alTreasu".r.

Tkln recrsl rovers 24-h: .r nerled continued from' the central Argentina is considerably shorter mayli-lt 8 or. GLASS OF SWEET arI
...).. at 8 o'rloek thin ..r.I... Plains States and northern Texas than in the United States. MILK, at .... .. ..... 5c I I 1 I

Tomorrow's Almanac eastward over the Carolinas and { 1

Son rises _..._.__... 5:41: a. nu Virginia: being generally light to Wheels When Johnnie Cornet : Large: Bag of Saratoga 5c i I

Sun sets ................._.. 7:05 p. m. moderate and light local showers I A "community sings night" will Marching: Home Brighten the Richardson's Grocery ::1 Potato Chips u '. : I

Moon rises -....._._...._ 6:42: p. m. also occurred during the last 24 be staged Friday r.igLt: i.i the auditorium Corner Where You Are Keller's FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A of Potato
portion Chipsserved
Moon sets ._............._ 4:47 a. m. hours in Montana and on the Floe of Douglass High' School American Hymn and Home Sweet 'I'There
Tomorrow" Tides ida Keys. Temperatures have fallen -I to which the pjblic is invited. it Home. t i+e I SPECIALS ,! free on SERVICE all savlwichesCURB

A.M. P.M. in the lower Ohio Valley and was announced this morning. The j I
:southern Appalachian region and program: darts at 8:30 p. m. Batter Ib 30c
High .._.......,.. 8:40 4:11 have risen in the southern Rocky Welters Cornet Band will assistin Maxwell '" I I
Low _.........:...._ 2:13 3:33 Mountain and Plateau regions, the protrram. Numbers to be ARCHER'SGROCERY Home Coffee.. Ib 31e is only ONE' way to find out whether
Bliss Coffee Ib 25e
Barometer 8 a. m. today: i and readings continue above nor- sung include: i _vm> an ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expect

,I"Sea l level,;29.94. mal in Gulf: coast districts and America Fire Song! Old Black Kaffa Haar, Ib __ 49C I of it. That's by testing it with your own rgcioet.

J., ",', :i .il. Jce. Swing Low, I'll]] String Along Sugar, 5 Ibs.-, ,, 25c in kitchen. That :pat E i
with maximum .. your own way, you.flgd .
Florida. temperatures Milk ......._ I
Ke Store That''Aes: ca. and
I WEATHER CONDITIONS above 90 degrees yesterdayat With You Way Down Upon TheScwanec c"alll..6. cans .. 4041and.44e, RUSSELLCIGAR 8 I ACTLY what'an.electric!W1ewill? dtrunder :y6x ll?f
) !I'!' ?
River Jnanita Wagon .
.. Jacksonville and Tampa. You B..t" Tomatoes,pas I, ,, .5cIS.lt..3. own system of cooking.The 'I; ..
f: (tiI1' 8' p. m..Frid r) G. S. KENNEDY ,q"' uAtiTY.FOODS-': :.*' ; pk(.. T Z 'L"TZTiocGttavas i ,
'" .. ;.p ':Tr.-T"r. cV t >t Etc t .Co !lPY.. tt. p.
"Key"West and Vicinity: Partly Official in Charge 2 K se Can .,._ 20e
," .'.. ...:' :::-.t: 'ih -- ? tn l t
:lou'dy"lonigh't.} arid Friday i gentler Pears2I4; size'can' : 'L. 22 I invitation (to ALL cust 1N make'I ::1J s.

( : The chief cause of the severe MqsT.fcE. t sQNABLE..PRICES. Peaches, 2H, "size can' ........ 18c STORE I out cost O.obJ gatio' -"" '< -- Jl
.. Siam'Riot., ihm-
I 5 35c ;
dust storms of recent weeks in the I 'I You. have:every opportunity .Baked Beans 6-cans, -. ., 280 I The Company has such completk contJeAC
west the drought of last summer to serve the finest meals and -
Jelly Ib
3 box 24e in the performance of the ELECTRO MASTER
say federal soil experts. I keep your food bill at a minimum Floor, 6 ft sack _______ 28c RANGE that it is willing to place a three or four
Archer's.Our Baseball Returns
if at Daily
you buy Ovaltine .mall. __ 35c
.".ek.I1.... Leaaag H.'el" I store maintains a high Ovaltine, large ___?_. 65c burner range in your home on trial for a period of

THE SEMINOLE PROTECT YOUR EYES standard of SERVICE and Prunes 2 JS size can --..T 22c By;Wire I three months without any obligation on your part.

Ivory Flakes. .. ..._ II I "
QUALITY.. Just phone 3 Plc, 25c
JackMallle. Florida I And Your Eyes Will Protect your I At the end of the trial period you pay us only
Sausages ..
in ...._ -0-
Lard 15c
("H4 B. GRI:\KR. Maaacrr orders and be of can
A human, home-like Institutionwhere I You PROMPT SERVICE. QUALITY Potatoes 10 Ibs. ._.____.... 23e COME IN AND GET THE EI-25 or $1.75 per month I II

"" ,r you sad will rtrrttmmrt find ,...r lalTM a matter .aleonifrtrt I Eyes require a modest I {FOODS LOWEST PRICES.We Tnna Tomato Fish Paste can .._lOc.__size 15c RESULTS OF THE I SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN I

Partly Cloudy of great Importance.A amount of attention. If you Welcome Responsible I 2 for ___.....h..__..._._ IS< MAJOR BASEBALL *
give them the attention they Accounts Cod Fish Cakes, 2 cans _._ 25c LEAGUES0 Electric Service-The More You Use !
steel flres>r.wf ....011.. located need they will serve you long I All Competition met with Pimentos, 3 cans ___ 2Sc
1st the heart of the derEvery The Lower The Rate
northerly and welL Low Prices and High Rinso. pkgs. _._._ 24c iI i ir
Florida fair tonight-I Sani-Flash can. _......_ 23e CIGARS, CIGARETTES, I
and Friday: precided Generally by local thundershowers -i;and Shower Room Bath.with Combination Radio. Electric Tub Protect your eyes and your I Order All Food Needs Ivory Soap 6 bars 34c SOFT DRINKS, !
will and Through Us Tomatoes 3 Ibs. ___ 2Sc The West' Electric
Ceiling\ Fan Slat Door for Summer eyes protect you your -0" Key Company
this afternoon or t -j:Ventilation. Comfortable Beds wltbMaUr.ss health and your vision and Fish Turtle String Beans 2 cans _" _" 2Sc ETC I r !
night In extreme north portion; or Inner Spring Con. I i Cal.met Baking Powder, I
slightly cooler in extreme north ,struct lag Lamps ion and Individual Read your happiness. > Fruits Vegetables i ft can ......___........_...._ 2Se I I -- -- -- ---- -- --- --- ----

pojrtion tonight and in northeast RATES ,Have your eyes examined to- Meats 1 I Pig Feet, jar -..... 18c ..d 28c . .
r ----- -- -
t ------ -
Cooked -
morrow. Products
portion Friday.Jacksonville. SI..le Dairy Brains. cans 25cPhone

to Florida Straits: Ml Ta R'-__.... frlate Private Bath llath _...._. _... .::..:*:58.i DR. J. A.''VALDESOrthefo Phone 67' Fr. Delivery I 658-R Free, Delivery | 1" r

Gentle variable winds becoming 4* Hra .. Private Bath '_ a... 814 Fleotiac Street' Eaton and Elizabeth. Streets
It KOOMB. Private Bath _.:. a.w: i
moderate Soft-Lite License
northerly and partly m '
.. Sample RWM.. Private Bath .... I beUofydwznlteci
overcast weather tonight and Friday -.1
SLIGHT. IMItKASt: Foil UOIBLCOCCtPA.tCT : 532 Dnval Street 't
showers over extreme north. .
portion toni&ht.Eaet _e e. __ I 'DOn ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
Gulf: Gentle variable I Ii Ii E ,

winds, becoming northerly. i I STEAMSHIP Co. To acC the encinsl Dsvis 100% pare. Paint
P & O. Be sure to MADE IN BAL TlMOIlE..
WEATHER FORECAST i Mr. and Mrs. Joshua B. Smith. Jr. UNITED STATES I rnm'AlII
1 loon for Davis 100% Pure Paint has ClCuo..... IIA*
i I I The Sisters and the Graduating Class I ROUTES. FOR ear imittui,kit_JeplKStcJ.: sera.. ::..

Pressure is low this morningPALACE i|i .of the, 'Academy of the Holy Names Tampa. FIB, I. .PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES 1 this Lab 1 Dsvis 100% Pure Paint conforms with ......,

i cordially invite their friends to attend Effective Marcia IStk 1935 all par pai.tc laws sal if the only eaiotthat ::.:::.--
oparity... ==
U carries a guarantee
the "Commencement Exercises"of Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturday,

,, Virginia Isabel Smith's graduation 1230 P. 31.Leave I Cook for this Guarantee the Label rH's
Havana for
O'Brien in Key West Thursdays and Mondays
.. with her class of fifteen Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and ha.._ w..awkh.ymhseP.mM&a .s.."... .1_........mama _
THE DUDE RANGRR .. ........ ..... .. ..........
: at the Academy of the Holy Names. Tampa, Fla. days 6:30 P. M. All eer n ejects srs SH*> jr w sad mid 0. ".

Sidney GREAT Blackmer-Marta COD GOLD Sleeperin Thursday. May twenty-third. 1935 Tickets. Reservations- and? I. __ .. at Ticket Office e Mon-I ThE RHAYIS ca cw -- BALTIHQREMIl

I at 8:-00 o'clock P. M. Dock. Tkoste 71 .
Mc..s 10-15. Ni_ktt 15-25 I i 1 .. IL COST, Agar.It 1 G. C. ROBERTS, Comer Car&foe aai .Wifem Streets I




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