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 27, 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
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00025
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WASHINGTON, May 27,- LARGE NUMBER AT STATION DELIVERED BY REV." Six out today by the Supreme Court.
t members: of the house 1 tn. Aaa.el.ted Presai.

Whatever party deficiency may TO EXTEND WELCOME SHULER PEELECommencement Itr "> committee on Naval Affairs I. TALLAHASSEE: MAY 27. The court ruled unconstitutional, Section Threeof

bo prompting the urge to republican i I .r and Senate
others today
arrived yesterday -:111e: passed a the Industrial
-* >* I Recovery Act under
activity, there is ao .hortaf Nearly_j00? Miamians, membersand I Week of the I i 1 from Miami in seaplanes oft bill iatrodarad by Senator which con

I" e<; of Siatniac rod*!* f.."tk..! friends of the Miami Home-I Key West Junior-Senior Hight&hool. iI iI I! the coast guard.Theia3siti'tti r Arthur Gomes of Monroe gress delegated to President Roosevelt authority to
malie'ra'Club i I
arae'unto'Key'West was initiated 'yesterdayafternoon S .fr
!1' t J JI. make'codes.
,191i1tpreciderti.iase.i.ati.lwrlia tadatsWs KeyllV Ctraaty, allowing publication>>
: I apenthitti+afternosnfiettlaeeiagthie 4 o clock with the!I A"f st Was

t 'l r Ese.ptifoi..itb.i..SoliiirS.tNla. 1. 'dalaadf City' +.' : Baccalaureate! Sermons ,delivered V| 'htsl"ditl1 'ltlgVal..f station' ;:I. of4'ealy the title of loral or. / !1'11Itrtield1thia1a, "thotjt Ahidl'I '!beeli'imklfficientt

W1\1.\ "svery+a.etio.haal.t t. scen. bwregarded taiwf..:_lralt''hnndreb' !.Key 't We Lets I in' the school: auditorial*'by Rev 'ahdlsther'> 'governm@4toaa..e* to a..r .dnrti .. ,j, timid tn' Y

-t1.J! ; ':. "lsyl kti i .lri..Wt4'P..j U7't were at:Ui.''station-with their cars; Shuler Peele of Fleming Street j ..ti, i '8nd teNmakeianf'inspec-! I 1 I e ....e. dtrin d.

t6jMhim.eli +ws.elig4bli, { nlportl' ***visitors 'to jthe Methodist church, and a beautiful ''tiitn.oilh : tne- '" *' The'tribsirfy Wsd'rtoledllrat'
.,'I1dr'..... ........_........ 1 keyWtU: : 'Country Club where-a''i program of vocal and instrumental lIhltrbor'Jlahd;' en- : : other bill{ referred toby } whtr"tM1J1fatti' ( !

1 .1a riche.. Aa.it is is GSnckeoirnras served, and later to I music. 3 'Joy the fishing which is incidental -;_ authorise purchase tke have nleiiel5"art-fridir' ctfefWct *ldn''interstate 'commerce
pccted that mod of them will beat take the Miamians on a sightsee, Rev. Peele took as his theme to State Road
Department of
least mentioned at the G .O F ing tour of the city. The group is* "Victory," and the following sub- trips on the: control rests with states."

".'... root*'* conference at 'leaving this afternoon by train. jests I using the letters of the water made from Key West. ; ferry iyitem and oil bridges .
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Springfield 111. Jmm Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper i theme word. Vision, Initiative i - -
10 mad: 11. j j l In the congressional with approval. of lh.
There well known in Key West, is president 1 Consecration, Truth ll party are countyco.mi.siat '
no. parallel} on 'He den- -I Organiza- POLLEYS LEAVE !
ocratic side. Unless something now of the homemakers club. I{i! lion, Righteousness' and You. were l. ReprellenL.ltivesV..J.- Sears. -sera. RAILWAY{ \ GROUP
unforeseen utterly changes the Those at the speakers' table at treated in a masterly manner and Florida; John J. McGrath. California
piclure. Mr! Roosevelt seems due the luncheon today included Lei i convened t to those who heard the( J-. MARK WILCOX ._ ; .John M. ENROUTE HOME i HOLDS MEETING
O'Conncll. ;
for first ballot renomintlion in sides Mrs. Cooper Mayor William i i i discourse a depth of thought andanalytical 1. Representative Fourth Congret- Rhode MASONIC GROUPENTERTAINED I 1
June 1936. It might not be H. Malone, president of the Key ;: philosophy which was' ional. _District : : Island; Byron N. Scott, Cali I
unanimous; but: could be 'o on I West Hospitality League; Mrs. '. a wonderful lesson on' life. j I : fornia; Melvin J. Mass. Minnesota VIRGINIA RESIDENTS I HERE YESTERDAY
.ided a? to have: that Malone. who was in charge; of'j 1 I The complete program of the William BY HAD,
9ii>?aianc! I ; I.. Hisjrin'*. Connecticut I 1t
Not So ,j; table arrangement and dccorafiors event follows: BEEN VISITING HERE
Simple J. Mark
; Wilcox
C;:'!il! the ,"nil or 1! at the luncheon; Mrs.: J.ewis rroce5ioDMarch! from ..Millard\ and LOCAL i VISITORS ROM UP STATr .
:: ,to..uJ.j.+n : Caldnell. Flvrifla WITH C'.1;
Pierce., chairman! of the enteiltniment : ".'\tbali! "dt"hll' ; t ; ClovsrIt. : MEMBERSI j RELATIVES
pmninMion )pos!Iibilities i Ie not *o committee of the : OF POETRY 1 ON Carey. I I JOT
ri.n"l.. a matti-r, lif-cii* llusptslpity Hymn-Come Thou: Alniizhtv Kill; Kentucky and Jam -:; LUNCIIEON AND /L' :inter atnformer League; Mrs. Grace $;Lon Con reg3til G. I I
)" Standing; Srruzham.:: Nevada '
President! Hoover.( the !'Tai Hall: in charge of ::: tsInvocation-Dr. C. K. Vlict"Praw ISLAND CITY Repre.sentativcs.Scruyhsm ACTIVITIES INCLUDING DE| Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Polley ON SIGHTSEEING: TRIP
down and
r through 4..rder--: McCrath
't t
j for the excursion of the home God the Fathrr".Couno l .
able groupof 4'1..r! \ ; _... fcluriipd to GREE WORK CAME TO and little -H..* AFTERNOON
party ':maker clrb in Miami; J, Gerry Hirh "School Glee Club !!I shortly aftrr, daughter, who wer$
men of t\c Hoover arm nitrato: :
Curtis, director of work operatio'ts Scripture Heading arriving: | CLOSE SATURDAY. MUCH. spending' ; a while in Key .Weft -
I ]i>>d{ l*> the han: -iful rf junio ENTITLED! "A VOICE OUT OF aa -
:! or the We-t Admini Others I
Key bj Rev. Alfred da! Barritt in the party include
who. wen in {their pity potitia'jrpur ;11 ration; Mr. T. V. Moore 'cnrd "Green Cathf'drrl"h.! ....... ....lla'im;; KEY WEST;' PRINTING, IS, Colonel Julian Pt'Btoc'k. clerk of'' PLEASED WITH VISIT HERE guests; of Mrs.: Poiley sn9lher, MrmVra\ : of Wetter-Ixtdgr9\ ,
ict f
ar4341b7 .t'e'i ngdfmoeratir vice president of the Miami club. Glee Club ;i iPeel" rihray .
t-dsl; wavej In g>verjf -: ... }tF PRODUCT OF :THE >R.Jt the naval affair committee Rn h I .1 Mrsw Arleen Sheppard, end trwdoyea: ot I: ,
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of the
ndL'piesidtat; ; Fl" Federation ..eermon ,;VictnrY" .. .
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I".fltlrb. of' .\\' ;;ch.* *CJat?; ."Mi"; Rev; hulcr' of FleminR';: '-;f t' 'MAN' PRESS:: ' "ert 1leriie:. ltti' 'fI mwti' .nt: -"I.i-.!!I ,. :A very'successful f and enjoy brother Arthur*H* She ppanl.; : Jr.. .Fenbrti sf sa tWttm'ehh .I E
L+adera'or: the vnrioii" republican Wallace B. Kil...". fir t pre.jk-nt' Street Metho t Chn: Th j' tenant' Cons of the navy who i left
nff-yrar reorganization move of the IIopitlity League; St wart : l'mn-Faith. o* Our Fathers I I Piloted the navy plane and Major able district meeting of the. over the highway: Saturday,. AnHiacy. H, from F'.< ,
I ipri't: no question of candidates i is O. Leonard director 't Evans. of the marine I morning for theif' nire' l- ..,
of the CongregationRenrdlirtion :tL! corps, who Ancient and Accepted Scottish home in Rich- -. Key Vtst, held ..
yet involved. Irs :c<: come fir.L {L :A very charming: and nnusuilJ piloted the .
Art marine
Key West Gallery and Mr l : corps. tram ., mon Va., where Mr. Poll-y U
they ray, indues and organization J. Leyxhon. mother of Hal J...\ Recession of Grad,:i>tes j I J! 1''f.tati'! of Key Weil inform : Tart plane. : Rile of Freemasonry came to a'| manager of the Eastern Air!1 rfjruW. meeting in Kejr We.t .

List Imposing !hon manaiing editor of the Mi- "War Marrh[ the Priest;". .. ". Hir-cUv niter arrival,' the par 1' terday.
However, an (iinpu-ig: array of .smt Daily'News. i ..". ..'.. .. .....MenHelrrohnHizh ;i l loortk railed "A Voice (Out tv went with a r-oti-i of Key We-t- Conic, have been handled about During: the luncheon mu! -ic wai :; Prh-ool; I" Orchestra i .f'Key WisU" has Jut Wn puU.;en,; ..n an In-J>!'t'tion trio to thin .j the thirtysecond! ; degree of this I i While here the little daughterwas On tie foartJi Bamttqr in c

:speculatively for that '36:: republi- Played by a stringed! trio: *-)mp .rt n effort to end I or at lead make of Mi's Alee Curry, Miss\ Norma !!:!' follows: li.bed! >by Margaret ,Zinaida, Hd'ciuiul b thf IIotM. Tnlnnirl where" they,' Church, Rev. E. R. Evans 1 ;
a rlart t') end. the Itoosovelt Yates and Miss Helen Cavin- Ruby Albury. Wo'> Frcic voi: MiftkLiuba.Tbv .in All .of the in the Jurisdiction performing the baptismal rites
sweep. Besides Mr. Hoover there -ss. George Mill White director Josephine del Carmen Alfon'o : : J f'On1pan.Tit'" a committeeiciidcd I I. Lodges ramble in P. O. S. of A. Hall l <.',
i i. tne veteran Charles Curtis oKansa. [ of the music: section .of the Key Minnie Hrma Alien.! Frank 1 Look was piirtt-J by The ), bv Wm. l'. Porter reoair-j were represented and this and announcing the frame as June .
-. West Administration ed t-. th. Havana-Madrid' t work flame. Mrs. Winiam W. Lie Duval rtreet to discuss mtt101 -> :
former vice pre iden t offered two Rafael Alvarex. Joseph Glenwood ( l C'.ih j; degree : was presented by
Like coal selection Altman lYcK Its rover is an attractive -!1 t + hrr dinnr during I l teams from Miami and Lake mentt was Sponsor and )Ir.;. Al I> .
Hoover, only more definitely : : Andi.non. Justine C. Arlt. Leon > was served 'tuning to the organization; .> 1 1plan
I he in "not seeking office." Thii afternoon follow;? ..h.- Hethel. -Ygnacio P, CarbonplLLcudelina bade of green with eft'aVdliig I|i <"*l h!rh cnt-rtainment was provide* Worth. ,| Moore stood as proxy for the Godparents
There 1.% however, always the: luncheon the visitors were shown Ana Contrcraa. HildtElirabHh j i I I cd by a company of musicians.I)I I Florida is divided into two who are in Huntin;ton, for extending: the !scope at :
rover F.I
"c.ra: ft." rcvcral of the point of interest in : Dementi. | thawing by. j : in.pr; and dancers.': j! Jurisdictions; the South Florida j West Virginia. increasing the nieutberdttp; oft "

There are at lea$ three former Key We. t, including the" Tropical I ]Margaret\ Mnr Falcon. C'arenceLeter ': : lowiuend Morgan., I J I This morning at 9 o'clock the j I under the supervision of James I Leaving Key West the |arty flonri:hing. organizatio. '

Hoover( erbinet memHprs who bob Aquarium the Art Gallery, the Gt-s.: ]Henr/ Hiz: n, CleoDolores After examining the cover, one: j I pert loft on the "Tn.l..r Irv a ijzursU J I Donn 33* Deputy of The Supreme stated they would slop for a brief
in and out of ':30 prsidentral! talk Key Wei-t Lighthouse and ground Kemp Frank Lund. C lia turns to tbe title: |page and from {j of William W. Dl'meritt.1I 1 I Council, is composed of Miami.', visit with friends in Dayton a They arrived yesterday t1.-0 f)
Ogden Mills and Henry Stinvonjof I and Rest Beach.HOWARD. Martinez.' Edward: Rcdolph Neff. theme: to introduction.. Thin 1;I superintendent of lighthouses for Tampa, Lake Worth and Key Beach', and then motor to Savannah e. 01.. and went direct to tV hs:1:

New York cannot I IIP overlooked -! -- -. !,jr.. John B. Pierc Edna Isabel'! i>n inertion"'| of the" harbor afsr" I' West, :, Gag where they will visit abort. ; the bufinesa( of the any more than tan- Repreren-' .: Robrti. Mario-ie Ro' t>rt.s. Robert 13 flowing bit of prose oltkh'in- as Rand K..v. There they took tojnallrr I'I. Colon Bruce Dobyns was tIle l; Mrs. Polle7 blot fll'rank\ n. +eer?Maa at once gone Ihto. BespitIK1 ; I '
...tive James. Wadsworth of .the DAY IN F. Roberta. William Allan P.obin-. eludes a fchoit whon, :jcal poem in ... boats and l enjoyed the candidate from Key West to take in-Iaw. Mr iarfd 'J1f1 : Shep, reaar rotil# *"i. ,

Empire i'tatet, Itepreiiestative.IBer'trand .i : j <-on. Alberto RoJri n. Mv An- 'ihrgTijetlrT| -' -. *.'. ""*: : Mot of the thaw i fiik; ot:'f..<..rninfr; the work from the fourth d-gredj''p'ard- Mr, tpwdl. i ilffwnected, *_ '/ ii 'tP'T', ii, tt i i"Hc
iI..1I'of Ns.w Yorhf4puhlican' : : t r "I'PiAYl\T:: ;: \ SCHOOL 1 cell! ) Romero. MervUle Elmor!S T.hc,1ti.bC"I'o t ,-ttlglrVTImet' } ..1n-tf1..rityat: 2:16 o de k this aft- to the thirty second inclusive 1 1I l'1U Ei :t-1'1# i\irl 1 in Sa'j: ti iI...fa.hlJ l -r OO'lftlht.| :

leadJr In the' 'Stotfse I'or t..d-4- ..a "Rom, jr.. HelenEdith Rp3<'t'I1.I' 'lin Key West," .hil'h.fi..pcarcY Lvi'ihoi {_"n' .t ..'Nxyrrseheduled, 1.I and Miami,% furnished one candidate annah. :;r Sr"?,.l"niturted i into\ tbe.Jodge'af-
i congress1?', also 1< mentioned: !. '. I' J "Charles Earl Smith, n.. Curtis .Citizen-:; usually af s.vbe< pi osMentfal' 'Po"..;' ,:, '1 *Tl. Stanton. jr.. Grace Ottilee TB63e ,ufio ''t't'1ia'1'th h wirY: .l .'.leave tiitAfler>i ; nat. for > Miami I work.J' .. ; r wry'' !;''4Mf'rW,Iroaraiage OIl'' 1 hich was prepared. ?Edihe' \.on.e,.
fihilitY:1: hgwp" YfI',,..I :TO TAKE. PROMINENT. .ROLE. Thompson Mary Dolores sVald:xf ,, membdiatME'tiiiig'{ "..if"oti"fc f e,fenS! ;of, .f(rent),w remain The. visitors were met a>r a the Dorothy Sheppard said she has d'''fMrnbeH.ai; nj rei.
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Tf ... ....... !\.. until teRioyt:1N71ft't viaittAhRttrltltfamily t \ !I
Another. Hooyer, FahineLmaw" ;'; 'lNCOMEDY PRESENTATION ''f Marguerite Salina ValenzuelShirley la. lhM" linenek.riW.. } 't.tuonow while. t..lotheM. I train Friday noon and taken to I c-.IIII.At'lhe" ? 0'( ,
who might bob up w l'at.riC'kIInNj t! Velasco. Anna 'Whil- ...'fireatrett 11I."Mij' Neighbors [ will. continue. on to Washiagion.CUBA ., the Over-Sea Hotel and from and friends it.rword J. cone uaiou, tbe i-m'
'lea of Oklahoma and 'W !lhin -I*! AT'STETSON UNIVERSITY i marsh, Albert Wiggin. Beulah Lee out or Mowers," caries j, there to the Dehnomco Cafe fail to express her feilinga. Die vi'itm? memoirs went ',
D. C. Hii wisecracks about'hi I ISpecial It Wood- This was Mr. P !''ey'* first visit Chteeing trips and after ,
\ ton. I Williams. Edward Thomas lilting, pleaoant 1 lesson. The longs CARRIES where they were served a typical to en]>'
political future being behind lson. Evelyn. Niles. I est poem. "On the Highway to Key West meal with turtle steakas the home of Mra. Polley, and ;ing a pleas nt afternoon, jppai1:
him have not many takers among i' ( t.I Tae ('IU_.. II II I Key Went" has its moments ojivid the feature. The dinner Friday had a wonderful time fishing lie to the station and at 5:40 p. m., ,
political] observers. And what! DeLAND, May\ 27.-]Howard( Sf\ .i : description"while skele': 74 PASSENGERS night and the luncheon Satur- tried his skill ax an angler from 'left for their .
j the respective home
about Charles McNary of Oregon. : Day of Key West, a junior atMeton POPPY SALE WAS i iI 'tons I of twined trees still "riUiinf (ii, day noon were developed around tried highway his luck bridges from and then Member attending were: VV,., ,
'leader in the i a boat. 1 In
veteran republican : University: will take the; in forgotten pain." iI j I the basis of our regular food an' AailigryMrdaales:
,,,,nate. considered more likelyto role of "Costard" in "Love'a Lahoc's j VERY SUCCESSFUL: "A Pit of Fragile Melody"\ iI i which are' not usual in other both ways he was very successful Carpenter, Elir.beth )-
I president M I
-1 get uncontested favorite :on LoH" when Shakespeare's S.tnmhiv Cuba: of the P. and cities. catching many fish among them ; .n.'
sing of "ilreamirrg sunlight' Altman vice .
honor if he wants them than Mr. j i I 10. 9. S. company sailed Saturdayttternoon a large barracuda. He said he will I president; ; Ma "
first All Scottish
comedy is presented on twooccasions j jj rain" Rite Masons in th-
Ii stormy and other "lovely Branch past .,
; president; Mary
Hoover whose California base: of 1 (! for Ilfvana with 56 return next year despite the heavy ; i
during commencement city were invited to the Friday
things Wood
is threatened by Governor ( FIVE HUNDRED DISPOSED OF upon a coral bland in the;i first class passengers. 18 second coat of tan which he caught along Il'crdarJ'treuurer'ra;
operations exercises dinner the ;
: May 31 to June 3. j tea. j night and with sixty Lal>gham.
i' das?, four tons o[ freight and with the fish.CORRECTION. chaplain; Jes;' lIon 01ronductor
Merriam'a supposed os:>ng,i Mr. Day who has appeared i in I I BY AUXILIARY MEMBERS lt l] "Song t., a Sea-Cradled Isle," 2G0 sacks of maiL guests from, out of town. the seating -- -- ; Georgia Dans, warden ;
of 36 proepettbBorah j various theatrical: performanceson the last has capacity of the Delmonico'was -- Edna
i poem, more dt'ptt.nd I Ferry Palma arrived Saturdayi Cheaser.: inner sentinel; Ida
Constant | the Stetson has been OF LEGION SATURDAY I II j just enough to take of
campus care
portrays some interesting: .con from Cuba with 19 carloads of IN Blaylock:, outer sentinel; M\-r
Senator Ar-' chosen to play one of the leading' the' crowd. So well pleased
Like Wadsworth I I trasts. J| pineapples 9,710 crates and five were. Thompson, press agent; GI .jJn"
thur Vandenber of Michigan! has I' comedy parts. As "Costard," a i it .. I The poems are followed by **A || miscellaneous cars, r rI the guests that some of them Rambler Dorothy Coach. Fines<

been trotted constantly into the' clown, he will find excellent op-I Mrs. J..G, Piodel_, presiden\ 1t:!{ Foreword: to Business,**' in,which,,1|I a..nAla ,, ,of tbe Clyde.,, :asied for turtle; steak; for break-: SCHOOL EVENTSWhile Mack. Lois Garner Suddie < <>bt +,

race since '3%. j| portunity to tam his talents to'the American'.I Legion' Auxiliary,.qof(;; there it i a touch 'of' humorfbia, Mallory\ Lines, .arrived, yesterday f'an"Satutday: morning. 4; Lola Cobb Stella Smallwood.
There is always Borah of Idaho.buffoonery]; anj u expected to pro, Key West expressed herself today -(, f drib wordKutroJfujces( ,the :revenj| morning :30 clock; from New' I At a meeting of the executive; t Cleve Ouch, Walter Rumblpv
He has been a prospective candidate -i: duce some of the comical highlights -f| ''as being; particularly: pleased*bttainess !,,-''''hj> eouptAxtedi. z'ittls@ } h ,j{York with freight for local! mar committees from the different assembling:: tbe announce James Garner John Chesser Air,
long without coming close | of the performances. i ('I ; Lodges held Friday: .night, it waV. for
so j' annul' author in prcse.ptjn! ; Kejr, chant'and': Bailed 8 o'clockor.. 1 juenU event to mark the Thompson.
to a nomination that bis name is_;' Prof. Irving C. Stover"''head'ethe I .;''K'eKrtti'the'fitneralod; trayejjng';Tampa..DEMOlAYSWE; decided that a meeting of.the Twenty-Eighth Annual Commencement Lodge; Number 719: E. F. At')
certain to heard if "lib department of speech at Stet' -: Srlnrday evening.. it In Lodges of South should beheld '
be party -: j public in such a unique way. Florida of the JuniorSenior'Uigh man, president; F. R. Kirtland.
erals' take over the '36 show. No iron i( cosiders Mr Day one of'the i t ''There were 500 of the flowers' each of Ibfsn ;flresenUtoijft) Atbu I annually and the .Tampa School l, two errors were vice president; G. C. Conch, a-t t
instances of party irregularity lie best comedians under hid tutelage: i(.received. by the auxiliary fore snip- ine4 M **ltftled?. UiriwJiable : *-., \ Delegation "extended an invitation an ode by !The Artman Press. president; J, D. Mack secretary: '
against him as against: Norris of* Two performances of "Loft"Labor's i. an* when evening came on" these i, verse by the author. to hold the 1936 meeting with:; Under the two lines "Frida y treasurer; t;. C. Smith recording
Nebraska. 'I Lost"till be given during was not one left. Proceeds from Thi book.*which is a credit to:(! HOLD MEETING. them. : afternoon. Mar the thirty-first, six secretary; J. W. Davis. chaplain:
Gelling down to the republican! the commencement period.i; the sale amounted to $53 which the author and to Key West will,i, | The degree work took all of the o'clock.** in the Commencement A. B. Lan>jliam, conductor; A. J
iro\ernors other than Merriam : The first on the afternoon of Frii -| shows that not all of the poppies make an attractive .souvenir a.*,,i -- I I time Friday afternoon and late Calendar, choald: have been placed Wood, inner sentinel; James
Hoffman of New Jersey and Suck i if i day. May :31, will be a special presentation ) were sold at 10 cents each. i' well as serve as an invitation to I i|, that night, and Saturday forenoon.; "Graduation Ceremony and Address Blaylock: outer sentinel; Jam
.. Delaware both have enjoyed ;_ before the faculties and j Numbers of needy children of come to this city,.and many re .i I Plans for the future activity of After luncheon Saturday, the' by Dr. William R. Warren' Smallwood. R. W. Ilinea. ZoILr
tentative endorsement for '36 seniors of the high: schools of cen-I. war veterans will be benefited by( dets will want a copy of this lovely I Robert J. Perry Chapter. Order'!:j I j guests were taken over the city Bayview Park.*** j Kyle E. C. Cobb. James Cobb C
higher honors. In the central west tral Florida who have been invit- the sale of the flowers, aa a goodly presentation of the Island Ci tyl I lof DeMolay. will be made at the'I ] and shown the interesting places.' On Page 5. "Clasa Day Ever B. Cobb. W. G. Carpenter RL.
tile name of Landon of Kansas has I led i as guests for that occasion percentage of the proceeds is to end to their friends.. meeting to be held tomorrow ev oMoat of the visitor left Sattrr-' cises" under the !line "Scholarship -I,I Whit. Jobe Brown. A. J. Booth.A. .
loomed up from time to time.,', The second will be giveh on Saturday -I devoted to the alleviation of thee Copies are on sale in the city I I ning at 8 o'clock in Scottish Rite|I day night, and with a much better I Honors" should! .have been. T. Tbompaoiu P. A. Bertaot.
There is talk. too. of fov- evening. June 1. for th sufferings of children, ;Mrs. Pio and way also be had from the author Hall, corner Simonton and Eaton j impression of Key West than they] placed the line reading "Present-*{ Lionel Hinson, J. W. Awtrr. W. E.
ernor Winant of New HamPShire.1 I I general public. dela told The Citizen. :cr at The Artman"Press. streets. had held before it ia stated. j&led by High School P.-T. A." i iPellicier.



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Key West On A John Gilpin Ride KEY WEST -IN Clark D. Stearns- [Today's: Horoscope
?: fcd XMUy JSxoept Bvftdar By those inclined< THE CITIZEN: pmUSHIKO co. tHC.I BY In a recent statement made by
*. P.ABTMAX. ............ President Roosevelt must applaud the ...............................................ir. 'J DAYS GONE Postmaster General New, that official 1 With this day comes a more

From TtMCitizen building courage exhibited in disapproving the MAw 'went Gilpin, and away I Happening Her. Jut 10 Yean declares that he believes i! sensitive disposition, retiring perhaps -
sad Ian Street : and liable to be Aiisunder-
Corner Greene ) Ago Today A* Taken From commercial aviation is on the
bonus bill. Went Gilpm'a hat and wig. I J tood. There is sound reason
The File Of Tie CitifiesThat
verge important developments.''
.sly) Dally Newspaper In K.r W.at and Monroo Whether of the good judgment, probably good:
payment adjusted For
in the
County. many years day of the Old Key West Flor- I Negotiations are now being conducted
service compensation certificates at this f ida had member I with the Cuban 'i learning and manners: but the
only one the U. S. House of govern
Represep-j that
jitere4< at K ment indication
time is wise or just is another question. !tatives. spirit of give to the last drop-I every of sue I sionate. Success generally follows -
Fimf-MlXTH TgAfMember l cess for the reestablishment of
Here was the President facing a dangerous II During that time SL Federal Court was established for.came back to Key West today as air mail service between Key'! this day but friends are notI
A m. luled'r- [member of the American Legion
.L* Aaaocta'ed Pre.. exclusively:
It..1'or' rerBtilteatlon..t ou'erwla.of credited.aU new In diapatehaa this paper credited and.ale to his duties in accord with his own the opposition of St. Augustine which was then, nextW'? I i to Till the! /quota of $5,300 -;;:; i Alienate of lead pray will not

U.e local Mm* published here.'NATIONAL convictions. That he did so without quibbling Key \West ltli, -principal city in Florida. Mr. John. W I[as Key West's part of the American -I Little Miss Albury entertained I damage peach trees when line

EDITORIAL is reassuring.It Simonton made the'fight 'for Key West and his masterly.]I I Legion Endowment Fund. yesterday about afternoon 150 of with her a friend birh-;fsulphate r has been added to the
a I Key nesters are doing today solution]
ni!) J.I ASSOCIATION is worth noting that Mr. Roosevelt presentation of the facts gave us the victory. ;I!their part to see that disabled day party at Bayview Park celebrating -, ------- -- --

<=/y 1935 is apparently willing to stand or fall on I This one lone'member of the House also secured for I I[veterans have adequate care and he rninth anniversary:where it will be used by naval

.IBSCftUFTIO* HATE I I his merits. remembersthat Key West the Army Post; caused extensive fortificationsto I!that the orphans of veteran growi Many games; were played Francis reserve
own Everybody
./... Tear ._. ..... .. -...... I i i with care and advantage May Lowe won tint prize, Ot- ---- -- --
;six; Month a.SSrhr.e he recently told the leaders or big be erected and added greatly the prosperity and pre up every of tliee !sawyer second and prise
which is the natural right
Month 2.1. jl I[
3n. Month "I business where to go. Now he points the tige of Key West.A American childhood. ,! for the grownups was ron by Mrs.

Weekly .II same direction to those who lead the veterans' Naval Station was established here and the sub- l Leonard Sawyer. I
ADVERTISING' RATES stantial building now used by the Lighthouse Department ; I
Made known en application lobby. Both organizations are I Sewing garments: for charity, F. F. Hoffman is in receipt of'
Bi'HCIAL: AOT1CK; powerful and able to hurt even a president was constructed through the efforts of one member of the. I is the weekly pastime!'\ of the La-'a lettter from Rev. W. K. E.!
All reading; notice, card of thank, resolution .t '
fffpfft. obituary. notice, etc,. will bo charged for at when and if they seek political House of Representatives. I I dies Aid of Memorial Church{James announcing that he is in
;Le**n rate.l....*of for:o entertainment.cent a line. br chorea from which A Marine Hospital was established in Key West when the members assemble the Jacksonville and will arrive in
a .... na* I* to bo derived are f cent a lino.II vengeance.It home of one of the members.I Key West Thursday afternoon \ha i UASR
where it should have been and where it should still be
.B Clllaen I* an foram and Invite 41..... ,
might be well for people to realize Yesterday the members gathered: j 3:30 o'clock by train. Rev. James
Lion of public Issues and subjects of local or general 1
because the of West is ten
seafaring population Key times
ntcrext. but It will not pnbliab-anoopmous. commuolutlorm. that the present occupant of the White at the home of Mrs. Victor comes from Greenboro. Alabama
.. that of any other place in'Florida.This Roberts and although the needless and will fill the permanent
House has mind of his To stem I : ..
a own. 110\tT" Now Ie the time
of the First
swiftly and deftly partorate ; Baptist .
lone member also had the Revenue Cutter Service were plied I
tit 0:>; BOWIES I get row ao.4.gbefore H
is the! gentle mind that makes the the depression he has set in motion many there remained time to plan for church. I l rire re up. E
now known as "La Guarda Costa, make its headquar. | Price are now lower thaa ever ber*
gentleman. innovations but, it may be, when the na- a supper to be given later. | for gad ea mk a nlve cribuvi.g
ters at Key West the God-ordained point for the same, as I Editorial comment If the sheiks! /u : year roofiox aowThia ,
tion recovers he will be just as vigorous in !1 I : Roefia- I. _.... entirely
from here be
best at
can prevented attempts smuggling would pet the girls; a little less I
The Caraca class of the Congregational DiRereat and bettein Roolnc Itla
Death and scandal mongers prefer chopping away the debris of unnecessary from Cuba and the Bahama Islands. and the tools 6f industry a little eaay to vail on and it .rant break
I. church entertained the '
Make beautiful roof that
shim marks. bureaucracy. While seeking to advance I more, they'would stand in better a
g absolutely wind and water proof
Then -we got"a second Congressman.JJg1! J Philathea class of the congregation : -
.'10".rl. __,,.':. 'f '.t commodity prices and to equalize the national afternoon with I with the boss. 1.1' FOU I W R t T E TO DAT
Cooper and things disastrous to 'Key West jtagan'.to;.hap I yesterday a iMPtP I for Direct from the

Sfou'cap'f'liame: t an, ; .r ody.b' ca ,se:'no- i' income he may do many things that pen. Introduced and.passed through Congress, a 'Ibm party on reservation the lawn where of the' lighthouse : I General E. H, Crowder, American ld Price*. Ton Factory will be pleased I Freight end ,

body agrees with you", I (r. :' ,, I :: he 'will consider unwise once the goal has removing the Federal Court.headquarters from Key West. I and Mrs W. W. Demeritt Superintendent I ambassador to Cuba passed delichtad low price with*. Write the an.to-day* eudiU..d while. U J '
f : I"f.:: :; ; :been attained. To and avoid t. taSo I West price, art low. Addret.
,.1. ,'t ri .t.tt oppose excess much for two Congressmen. I acted as hosts to the societies! through Key yesterday en

t ore men's greatest ambition:iil'Ufe, II extravagance when that day comes will Florida soon had three members of' the'-'H6i5';!lah'd I I route ington. from .Havana to Wash- Southern 5 Stile_States Ave., Savannah Roofing, Ga.

is to m.ake'Ihole' in one.:' require as much courage as one man has Key West lost the Army Post. 1\\[. Gaston!'\ Liebert French envoy WltlowT buy-.d, a.y m*kontalie*MT Dipvct* oej my Freai part The to

i and it will be necessary for Mr. Roosevelt With a. fourth Congressman, away went the Coast extraordinary and minister! The sub-chaser} 214 which came Fad ry. Freight PaY Price

: to say "no" to other groups seeking special I Guard Headquarters and the Naval Station. plenipotentiary accredited to Cuba to Key West from Guantantmo T.._. ._... ..._._._._____ ..

European version: Forgive our debtsas and favors. The arrived yesterday from Cuba about 10 days ago has been ordered Pat Oflice__..._..._.._..._____.. .
governmental the fifth
treatment Legislature has just created Congressional where he attended the inaugural
we forgive our creditors. out of commission.! The or-: 11.F. D__._5t.t.- .__...._.__
District, and simultaneously we hear that our Marine ceremonies of President Machadoand der becomes effective tomorrow.! ,
WESLEY AN EVOLUTIONISTJohn Hospital will be abandoned. will be in Key West for a The vessel will leave for Miami I

The new bathing suits are sure to put .
Every time Florida gains a Congressman, Key West 1----- --- ------- --- -- -
the "wimjnin" in swimming. '
Wesley, founder of Methodism, loses something.
May the fates save us from getting any more membersof
was an evolutionist, according to Dr. Ed- 1
Human pests: People who think they ward Mims of Vanderbilt University the House of Representatives; for with the next one we be Hoodwinked

know it all and insist upon giving you full Nashville who gives strong proof of his may lose the Lighthouse Headquarters. However, that is $

details. while Demeritt remains at the helm.
not probable Captain j@n
assertion in a quotation from the writingsof ACCEPI1NG'IMITATIONS
Don't add the loss of the Circuit Court Judgeship to :
the great theologian and preacher.In .
.We read of an aviator who lias made entitled "A General Viewof Key West's other disasters. To get the original I Dam 100% Pare Paint
an essay = Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
205 parachute jumps and has never once -WREBON.Key mm HOT
the Gradual Progression of Beings, : look for Dirt 100% Pare Pain ha often beta IL\D&
failed to reach the ground. written long before Darwin's time, John West, Pla., .....c this Label initattdbutnererisplirattd. __1t::...
wrote follows Way 27, 1935. 1 Davis 100% Pure Paint conform with ::=:::::
Wesley as : -.1 all Law. and it the .--
It\= t par paint only paint :::
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Baseball being what it is we have "By what degrees does Nature raise IJU'='PUKJi that came a. guarantee of parity. ==-.:

learned to expect anything, but the Chi herself to man? How will she rectify this PAINT Cook l this Guarantee the labeler ;- =:
1 1L .
cago White Sox really surprise us. head that is always inclined toward earth? [I TODAY'S WEATHER w.......____.._,................,_....t _.... ....... 9 -wAll
I How change these paws into flexible arms? t oar ....._ .... .... by ia ..h...... end sold tlrooth 0.....s_'y.

It won't be long now before somebody What methods will she make use of to 11If.B.BDAVIS Ca c.nf1 UALTIMORE.MJ1G.

will be coming with that "pros!! transform these crooked feet into skillful Temperature C. ROBERTS
up WEATHER CONDITIONS Corner Caroline and \William Streets
Highest ., ... __ ...... .80 Jese. J
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perity is just around the corner" stuff. and supple hands. Or will she widen and ex- Lowest -75 ,

tend this contracted stomach? The ape Is Mean _==::=::::::::::::::::-.-.-.-.:-.-.-.=82!I Pressure is high this morning -- -- -

the rough draft of a man this rough sketch, Normal Mean ___.._.............._-.80,i over eastern !sections of the coun-' -

Another of life's little annoyances is ""IIII.6"lill.l: __ T-

breaking one's finger nails trying to rip ,an imperfect representation which never- Rainfall |try. Charleston, S. C., 30.24 inches -. ............. ..................................... .............
the off theless bears a resemblance to him and is Yesterday's! Precipitation T. Ins.' and over the far northwest.Roseburjr .
cellophane a package of cigarettesor i Ore. 30.03 inches and .
the last creature that serves to display the Normal Precipitation .. .12 Ins. >
something. ...... curry24bear .......: low over most other districts, with i
admirable progression of the works of God. endlex Tlil rat 8 ..elsk Ihl. ._..1... disturbances central over the Lake

But mankind have their graduations as Tomorrow' Almanac Superior region. Duluth. Minn.. F'
Advertising in The Citizen may not ((29.78 inches and the Plateau I HOT WEATHER I
well as other productions of our globe. Sun rises 5:38 a. m.
be the best way to invest your surplus but states, Salt Lake City Utah. 29.72j
There is a prodigious number of links be- Sun sets ___..._..._ 7:11 p. m.I j inches. Rains have occurred dur-
it is one of the best expenditures that your Moon rises ... .-_.... 2:34 a. m., from the south. !
tween the most perfect man and the ape. ithe lut 24 hours .
._.___.. 3:44 '
t business can make. Moon Fets p. m.;'I'I ern Rocky Mountain states and .
Tomorrow' Tide I' northern Texas: northeastward to
KEEP YOUR MONEY BY YOU A.M. P.M.ithe:i i Lake Superior region being .

Tread way and Stone are a strong Hiph ..._..... 6:09 7:23 I i generally light to moderate and
team. They pull together and they get re Trading at home is a trite expression.It Low ....mU...._...-- 1:OC I, there have been light local showers SPECIALTIES !

sults. Florida has no right and no cause is worthy of the attention of every buyerof Barometer 8 a. m. today: | in southern slightly Florida.below Temperatures normal- :
to ask for more.-Palatka Daily News.A Fea level,30.02.WEATHER .
this city, just the same. t fhb morning in he South Atlantic

r The material prosperity of every in- FORECASTTill and East Gulf states and gen- : :

convenience'> }hat]j)wjuld f.be; )''appreciated (i1;ba3} }>taut depends, upon the gross ,amountof si I rally average near! throughout or above the.remainder season-- r .._

by the people ofKeyA"Westwould money that stays in circulation locally. ( -g p: m.,.Tne/tday) : of the country. : r

be *a'mailbox at the postoffice near {When you ;take your spending money out Key Welt and "<3HUt h'. Partly I ;i t" G. S. KENNEDY. i-"I j

the curb on Simonton streetf "TKiswould of.this great pool you are certain to lower cloudy tonight and" 'tSesday; mod! Official in Charge- I Ice e Cream Freezers Water Coolers l II IIGE

obviate the necessity to' go all the way into the level some. When hundreds of others erate northeast and east winds. i Subscribe to The Citizen.

the building to place the mail. Postmaster follow your lead the effect upon local business Florida: Generally; fair tonightand 1 t I : -

Harris can secure this accommodation is serious. Tuesday. ,i BENJAMIN LOPEZ J
Jacksonville to Florida Straits:,: FUNERAL HOME Thermos Bottles and Jugs .
for this city by suggesting it to his We try to be reasonable in advocatinghome Gentle to moderate northeast and EUblIl 49 Year. .

superiors. trading. It is a problem that requires east winds and generally fair:I Key W*.f* Oldest

-- the careful cooperation of mer- weather tonight and Tuesday. i 24-Hovr A ab.l .-Service :

Merchants in this city should know chants as,well as buyers. Both must do East Gulf: Moderate northeast:I Licensed EmfcaUor .
shifting to east or southeast-winds.! P... 13* N.>*>t AN-WI I j
that there are people who refrain from their part in the fight to keep money at ..
buying their daily requirements in stores home. I
that do not welcome them through adver- ; e:4

tisements. This is a positive fact, which HENPECKED HUSBANDS Your VacationIf l -

the writer has heard expressed many I

times. The undeniable truth that bears Henpecked husbands were applaudedby : :
you are going to summer school, or plan-
out the statement is the fact that thousandsof Dr. C. W. Kimmins, a British educational i $1.85 to.$$10.95
,.ning a trip, or any journey youwill
dollars leave Key West to pay for goods leader, in an address before a wo- safer and more at ease if you are :sure that the I l -

ordered from mail order houses. man's luncheon club in New York recently.His funds you carry are protected. 1..et us assist you .

tribute must'have been most gratifying I .in procuring tbis:.protection by converting your i

An indication of the quality and pop to both the wives and husbands concerned 1:: travel funds info.. -' -. i !
ularity of work the government's FERA He said: ** **

artist are turning out can be gained 'from "The henpecked husband_ is the most 1 AMERICAN" EXPRESS TRAVELERS. !
Garden and Lawn
inspections of the Key West art gallery. delightful and childish person in the I CHEQUES Hose Sprinklers

Over a six weeks span, for instance, a good world. Some hen-pecked husbands are THESE checks are lost or stolen (un- 1 I .

proportion of the hanging stock is turned not Teally henpecked; they are hen- countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto ,i.. ..

over finding its way into the hands of in- protected." you. In spending them all that -is necessary is I i : :
trigued visitors. A large number of favor- Another encouraging statement he for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof I I .

ites, particularly among the ,etchings. made in'this connection was that* hen the one accepting them. i i .South :Florida Contracting & Engiieerffig Co.

which adoraed thewalls .along toward the pecked husbands live longer than those. -FOR SALE BY- !

tourist trade has'been more of a trickle We must agree that even though they The First Nate! Bank'of Key West : 'Your home is worthy of the best" -:

during the intervening time.-Miami Daily J may not actually live longer, it no doubt ...............................................'....................**>...
New. seems longer. ;. 1'II.I.I"1.



) ... DAY- .-,.MAY.- -. 27,-isss. :ill'_KEY: WET. CITIZEN PAGE TAEF.ELTs4IMssth
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.. .. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCLASSIFIED t them to "it with flowers" in
I $ i'J .fI honoring, the Blessed Virgin 3fary,

; I with natural flowers but above
SPORTS COLUMN all with spiritual bouquets of

j :, i good deeds, the- told them.
ZTNOPVS.AAso..Red. hasew. morning without priest
/ t. s J0iMy fcouM N. "."...* I' "'I anppose not.luggage, can war I........................ : Then the congregation' filed out
tw n-pow la a fcicyram otte- 1 I I'I !I
iblyTM> */otter.. fiat, her 10th. FOR REN1 Yesterday the colored' Catholics I fin procession, altar servers, boys,
*_..* t.ett her; *t0ad .*. i closed their men. nuns and girl,
4* 1rCD.toed ey, 0 AorriH *__ THEN there' only one thing to I I i May devotion by a women some
-.eew.!..,... *.v.. .Ty p.reo+wW. .Ihl .titheren. '
statue and an in the
erpoe..oky -JlUoir* father a perfectly good bedroom Hour, Day or Week. Repair 1: choir, at 7 a. m. singing hymns
kKld ../than heat mat .Ur mm rkatx upstairs and you're going to use ft. all makes and paint them with !rtreet near St Xarier'e school.
tot her JtiHM ..,... /tthouok i i At 6:30 after .
Now p. m.. a hymn, On their the
don't look return took place
at like that!
.... me No-Enamel. We full ,
tn the tack eAHto .eI to tke I | carry a
feet lAaf her lather to about 10 r.Chapter .- You'll be quite safe. You're going to Ii: WHITE\ SOX DOWN i I F LEAGUE STANDINGS DIAMONDBALL supply of parts. Agent for the'l there was a sermon in which the Coronation and Benediction of the
marry. lock the door Inside and take Gaffe I I I Roilfast and Dayton Bicycles. I F priest Rev. A. I* Uaoreau., told j Blessed!!!! Sacrament

Seven with you. I don't care what you saw IPHILADELPHIA I| And sell them as low as $5.00 1 1- --- -- --
It Gaffe once gets his teeth Into It IN10INNING GAMES TONIGHTClub I'
i AMERICAN LEAGUE 'down and $1.00 per week. We'
that'll be that. Ill wait down here
I Buy and Sell all makes of used
and explain to your father when Club- W. L. Pet.
,n VLISON abandoned the argument. be comes. GAMEBOSTON :'Chicago ......_..._.__-....20 10 .667 ------ i Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. i,

She said defiantly.! Tm"going "'Butshe began. New Yerk ...?.,......t-.._20 13 .606 ( JOVE) i'! Stowers company, 515 Duvall I TRY BEFORE YOU BUY j 4
to W.rle1110w. to J, street apr9-tf'
telephone. iut"
** Not He was a m f 111 n g'. Cleveland ___... .-.-?*? 13 .567 l 'There! will be two games of dia-; I

1 think not. TRIUMPHS OVER ST. Beaten! _......._...... _17 14, .543 mondball at BayvVew Park to-i I I
"Who's.going to stop mer She Detroit ....._..........._._17 15 .531 night 1| PIANO TUNING
bad a small round chin .and she/ LOUIS BROWNS; NEW YORK I I Washington ........_.16 15 .516 In the opening contest the Service If I !1l l Free for Three Months !

tuck It out firmly. YANKEES SHUTOUT DETROIT Philadelphia .............. 9 20 .310 team will cross bats with the i i PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo-: I II IV
"I am You're under orders.- Be 1' St. Louis .......- ---.. 6 22 .214 Lighthouse ten. I reno. Excellent piano for sale I
aid It gDod-Bumoredly. hie ''eyes sw TIGERS I II J I The second game will bring to-I cheap. 1016 Division street I
twinkling. but there was taint I I 'NATIONAL LEAGUE ether:: Bayview Park ten and the I m23-lmo
steely Inflection: his voice.'And I I! Club- W. L. Pet' Legion aggregation.

you're coins to do What you*re told. (Sprrlal to The (.ltl.... j i I New York ......_....-..._22 9 ..7101i I
.You'.. had ........................ ROOMS
Just a bad shock.You're. NEW YORK, May 27.-The |i Brooklyn! ......._...._....19 15 .559
Dot flt 'to trudge six miles In the St. Loui _.................18 15 .545 Today's Birthdays 1 I
rain at this' time .of night You're Chicago White Sox went to victory I Chicago ......... ............11 t3 ..tJ67'Pittsburgh "THE UNRO"-Rooms $2.00,' I I
going to lie down here whIle lgo I, ............... .. .....
; d '' .........__.......20 17 .541 ]"i 12.50 and $3.00 per wear
the Philadelphia Athletics
Into over
Warle, I Cincinnati ...._.............13 16 .448 Henry W. Taft of New York J I Double and Single. 128 N. E.!
Td really rather go with your' in a ten-inning game by the Philadelphia .........---. 8 19 .29C City noted lawyer brother of the ] 4th street, Miami Fla.

The thought of renewing her vigil t'Boston! ._._,....._........ 8 20 .286"late President and Chief Justice : may24-lmoxt
In the 'bouse shook Alison com score of 5 to 3.
pletely. born'in Cincinnati 76 years ago.
The Boston Red Sox downed GAMES TODAY t LOSTI
"Ton-won't be alone.He strode I I I
across io the -window, and Sung: It the St. Louis Browns, 8 to 7. Thirty j William .Fortune of Indianapo.li -
feanlnc cjvic.leader, born at Boonvilje.Llnd. I LOST Girl's Black Beauty
open out. gave a -shim.whlstlef t ; new
Somethinglarge and white players were used during the I 1 I Ghieagbtst AMERICAN Phladelihta'LEAGUE:. i ....72 .yearsago.. : I\. I I Bicycle from porch Sunday. Re- There' -only ONE way-to find out whetheran
Ira.hedlIP..frOm the wet,darkn s with twentysevenhits! I I ward if returned to 506 Virginia -
outside*nd. bending" he pulled Hip -L- game I! St. Louis.at Boston.:, 1 .J Joseph 'Cl' Grewof h Haneoeki'N.rj.HVAniUasaaor % .i street may27-2tx ELECTILICIlANGE';; will do the job you,expectof
over them' a very large wet. white e ss '' made. off nine pitchers. I I I Detroit; New York. "1 : : to'Japan/born: ;in it. That's: by testing it wtth''our own tecipes,

bulldog. ):t''v ., +F The New York Yankees triumphed !,I Cleveland at_'Washington.!" 'Boston, 65. yes.ago. 1 WANTEDI in -your'own kitchen. That way, Tou-find out EXACTLY .

"Oh!- Alllion l! {stAred( at the/.;#>g'' i- F.R .; over-the Detroit Tigers ina NATIONAL LEAGUE ....> ,m.. r.r I WANTED chance to bid on t what an electric range-will do under your

Its which muter wasleapingeseltedly and spattering; up drops pa rhutout game, the score stand-i.! New York at St Louis. I. Dashiell Hammett ietective I your next printing order. The : own. systerrt/ofcooking.;, ... "

across the kitchen from Its threshing ing 2 to 0. Vito Tamulis. the I Brooklyn at Chicago. story writer, born in St. JIary's Artman Press. ang7 'il The Key West Electric Company extends an

body and tilt A dog superbly] Yankee rookie southpaw staged Boston at Cincinnati. I Co.. Md., 41 years ago. FOR SALE invitation to ALL customer: to make this test without -

agly.with a tan patch over one eye. a brilliant comeback to win the I I Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. i I I cost or obligation.
"Down. down there I Meet Gaffe. I! Prof. Edwin Mims of Vander-I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
We call him that because his.manners contest. I Thomas, Walkup and Hemaley; F. bUt University, Nashville. Tenn_ sheets, 75c. The Artman Press The Company has such complete confidence
are so bad." He forced the top The Washington Senators de-J I Ferrell. TValberg. Hockette,* a noted teacher of English and al1)t7 I in the performance of the ELECTROMASTERRANGE

dog down and made It lift one paw. feated the Cleveland Indians 9 to i Welch. Rhodes and Berg j f} writer, born at Richmond. Ark., that it is willing to place a three or four
But Alison was not looking at the f 63 I' burner range in your borne .on trial for a.period of
Had ley did the twirling for i I i i years ago OLD PAPERS FUR SALE---Two
At New York R. II. E.
dog. She bad white. 4I _
gone three months without obligation
"Was he out there an the winners, with Stewart and Lee I Detroit ...-......-----.-.-.-...... 060 bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of I any on your part.
timer"Yea Herts of Kew; :
.. ..... ............ Benjamin R. fice. oct!G
I left him on guard. WhyrTDdont :' I hurling for the losers. II New York .. : 2 5 O.. York. dramatist and interior dee- -.--- At the, end of the trial p riool you pay us only
you -we? Ton mid the 'I The New York Giants downed Batteries Tamulis! : Rdhvan and Hay orator, bern there. 47 years-ago.S. PRINTING-Quality Printing at $1.25 or $1.75 per month

-th flUng 1 aw" got out of 'the I. the St. Louis Cardinals 5 to 4. in j worth; and Dickey. :. the Lowest Price The Art- SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN

pantry window" I the -eriesopener.. I At Philadelphia II. E. Sir John Gilmour, Britain's SecS man Press. aug7

-Y e? d The Chicago Cubs went to victory -i' Chicago .... ...._...__.. 9 2 rotary .* State for Home Affairs, I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Electric Service-The More You Use
"If thafs true,. -why flldnt Gaffe the Philadelphia 881 born)9) years ago.! cards 125. The Artman
over Brooklyn Dodgers, I ----"- -
gat him j The Lower The Rate
Batteries Sew-
8 to 3. Bill Lee's four-hit pitch : Whttebead and Press. an7
%' ell;; :Bhieholder .and Berry. Kansas has constructed 4.162
THAT'S' certainly a point" ing an 11-hit; attack off George | miles of all-weather dustless high- MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500'

There...ere was both no serloa..as laughter now.They they. .pry : *, and Earnshaw four Brooklyn and Harry Elsenetat combined 1 'The life of a queen bee had 'way and 1,723 bridges since April sheets $1.25. The Artman : The Key West Electric Company

stood r errors been known to .extend over' woven' 1, "1917 'when the first federal Press, Citizen Building. !!
to give the Cubs the victory. '
years. aid -wan received. Jun27tfi
TBot vein earched the'housel"I The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated ,
*now." : the Phillies. 3 to 1, in the opening --.- ------- ----

'"Bat-She doors=.wore,an locked game f...the-eeriea. .) .... ,, .. .... '.-< 1 ....,1.. !' .. ... --.- .
Inside.< ::: The Cincinnati Reds downed the
-t'tIar.'t: It.- Boston Braves 6 to 3. Johnsonwas i,

"Yon you float think Gaffe on the mound for the winners,
wauld nave nlaaefllUin she askedIt pw. 1 I and Frankhouse and Rhem did the!I II .
Almost hopefully: the notion 'Of )I hurling for the losers. I j "
that pry face hiding now>> In some 'w ]I The summaries: JI .
dark corner waitingwas too hors j I NATIONAL LEAGUE I II :: : ,
He pulled up a large wet bulldog. At Ii
rible.No. }I Pittsburgh R. H. E.
-dent"" Gatfaa master was "There's no "but' about It at all. ', Philadelphia ... 171 H--: ., ,

dedsrre."Bat I don't believe in "I'm" not going to leave you to I Pittsburgh .__......_.._._ :362 I 'Lr a
ghost .!tIter.- _
tit up alone with that!" declared Batteries: Prim. Davie and : ,
Thea you meant" Alison. Todd; Blanton and Padden. ,: i:II R
"There's some other way In and He laughed sofUy. "My dear girl!, I 4est
out that's an..,..- M.I ie .
1 don't mind little Herbert! At Chicago R. H. E.j j .---.

Tm[ not going to stay Here "You" Daren't seen him!" she re Brooklyn _..._...._,._ 3 44 !1! i! u.: ,
""No yd east do lhat" be agreed torted. I Chicago --_..._._-..._......... 8 11 oj I .: --J
By way of answer be took her Batteries Earnshaw. Eisenrtat.
'at .noe.Bat cant :
walk sli
firmly by elbow and led I
one bel'towards
and Lopez Lee and Hartnett j -<0
miles either,lo this atom.- He shut the door. ; i '
the window slowly frowning. "Do I --- i "
"You've got Gaffe he said"and
I At. St. Louis R. H. E.
many people know you're near If little Herbert's human God help }
.. New York .... 5 1 -
N No S
one.l4zcept fathel''H.
my 'i ,
him that's all! HI be awake and .. .
Dtld ed."You dont know any listening If you calL Personally St. Louis _...._....... 4 12 l'; >:

one rood aboutT" non-psychic ghostproofand Impervious I Batteries: Cc-Etleman, Smith ; v
"Ne 1'011.--Breathlessly An- to suggestion so doat and Mancnso. Danning; P. .Dean.." t .
son plunged Into her story. He.Ua- worry. ,about m'UJlebing\ for you J. Dean and Delancey. .-, l! ., :Ittl. ft: I'I' ,t. .s.jJ'n..
tamed sail she had Quite finished to do's to get straight off to sleep. I : ,, ', / : I'of' ." "f L''ftt .:
watc&Sag; her with a rather Intent I You're dead tired and you're shiver. At Cincinnati R. H. E.Boeton .j '': ".. '

gut,./ ; Ing." ._..,?..---,....-_ 371: 2A ? tTA3 i. '
1 laney he maid at last. "Then 'I'm not only; ..* Cincinnati ........,..--:.- 6 12 L.F .. .. When\' : ai cigarette is' ''''

'yon fetvent askedyou a notion to cornet"I why your. fathsr "Only the thought that little Herbert Batteries:' Frankhouse. 11 nit ;:,r. : ,f. .:{:: >M $ < .}t '. : : .'{ ,,, .:.

simply cant imagine") yon may tftiBiraJams-be lurking about guessed.gives bell'-Spohrer. ; Johnson and :, j 3 .. t' ; ( ., rte milder and+ i b'ett' i 4 Jl' 5
nr.soda"1 1 1'len't .| tu'i m e1)iii0 r .. ... .. ,
Itr tomorrow)"br) /n ;f : : i .__ __ : : :t 0 1:;;
catch Gaffe or I will have laid true *
"You 'ilont think It's even the AMERICAN LEAGUE
Herbert permanently we'll bring I
of' house Jra'd! be At Washington R. H. E. : that
sort likely to you the remains with morning tea. : : : : ,
taker In the meantime, you're going to Cleveland ..__............_ 483: ; stays way ;."
-No. 1 dontl"! try and get some sleep." Washington ,t...-..--.-.-..... 9 15 0 t 1 ,
He pondered a minute. "But-I don't see why yon should. Batteries: Stewart, Lee and kfi1t; :: pack after packtO
When Ju. spoke again the question I mean 1 can sit up all night- Pytlak; Hadley and Bolton.At :
startled AHsen. there's no reason why you should
What Aoes your father dot I do all this for me." Boston R. II. E. :Y
mean for a living 'Oh. I'm used to It." fie added St Louis 7 11 3 yJ '

Tatter Nothing. 1 mean he's rather quickly. "Let me see you get I Boston .. 8 16 4
cataoaP money cod Mi retired.' Into that room and lock the door. Batteries: Knott. Coffman.RUSSELL'S \
,He simply tratels a bit and lives In By the way is there a keyr -- > : < '
,London." "They're all In the pantry I 3 '. s
"I ..... And you've Just finished She let him pick out the right
lachoolt" key. lead the way upstairs It Into .1' ""Yes. the lock the
on Inside and made
| He ad! slowly 1 dont understand sure that there was DO sign of any I
It. There's something fishy grey-faced ghost Inside the room i! .- ;' .1
(about It eomewfaere. Isat there T carefully. ; : : '
Bat rm not going to .leave yon here.and I t t
ICoflJlrlJ1Jtt. tilt.EveJv JIWhIt'U I ; ,.':
apart from getting a end. we : I } 0' ,:t ds f" .
I t tI
In thee.ea.e.e..ee. Alison learn, tomorrow, a star CIGARJOTE i .. .. _:
[ round two o'clock fling fact about Guy. iI i f. .' { ". -
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...1 I Japan-Japanese annihilated Russian I : .

Today In History.e. i I fleet. ; !I 'Daily* : > BasehDJeturns. ; t tI'

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143C-Founding: of Sweden's; gan.
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Anne Morrow mar-
and Spencer
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terrific hurricane -which took toll Robert Montgomery in SOFT DRINKS
of several hundred lives. FORSAKING ALL OTHERS ,I.
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ernoon eons S. Engineers operating at I ing the winter with his mother, Subscribe to The Citizen

SOCIETY I:::::PERSONAL: : : : MENTIONCity : : : ::::: Macon and Atlanta, Ga.'Ingabam' I I that point. 1 I Mrs.1004 R.Southard H. Cash street t at the left yester-home,'! 1- .

.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Wilburt Roberts
:-: : : -- --------------------'---------------------- I I dAY for his home in New York! I
who were spending a while in Key': left yesterday for Miami where PALACEChester
Attorney J. Lancelot Lester -j Charles Hall left yesterday aft- ,,
" ......................................... .... J left Saturday for a business. ernoon for a visit with relatives in West with relatives, left yesterday i j'they will spend a while with relatives -i I Dan Emmett composer of the, Morris-Virginia: BruceSOCIETY

First Nuptial Event In Twenty I I visit in Jacksonville. Miami. afternoon for the home in Miami\ i!'|I i -- :!|j long-popular: southern song,' DOCTORTwo -

William V. Albnry. Bradley Sweeting who was<:: Mrs. Charles Albury and dauch-t j J; "Dixie" trouped with the old Al

Five Years In University Chapel arrival Miss yesterday Dorothy Knowles for a visit was with an who Attorney was in Miami for a brief busi- spending a short time with his' ter, Shirley :Mae who were in Miami : :';: G. Field minstrel show when he Comedies and Short Reel
left yesterday for )Jara-': Matio e: 10-lSc Night: 1525cReyouth
parents enjoying a visit with rela- ;
relatives and friends. ness visit, returned yesterday. was well past 80.
fSpecial t. Th Cltlsea) I i thon. 't'tives and friends returned yes- I .
I f I --- -- .
terday.. '- --- - -
DeLAND, May 27.-The marriage bride was given away by Dean G.I Porter and daughter Mrs.: Mellie\ Fulford returned -- -
Mrs J. Y.
Prentice Carson : jtfBMH I l yesterday from Miami where .she I Mrs. R. II. Noble returned yesterday -:; -
of Miss Ruth Naomi O' Miss\ Osgood daughter of Air.and was visiting with relatives. afternoon from a visit with Rex Cash, who was visiting dur-
teacher in Stetson University, to ami where they spent the weekend r
; Mrs. E. W. Osgood of Dux- 1.. her brother-in-law and sister Mr.\ ![i
Charles Hilton Shoemaker, of Day*1 bury, Massachusetts Winter with relatives.: Mr\ .- J. D. Aldrich, who was and Mrs. Milton Peacock at Coral I t[

tona Beach, will take place at 9 I Garden Florida, took: the B. S.. spending a week with relatives Gables; J JUST RECEIVEDFresh

o'clock on the evening of June 2 degree at Stetson two years ago. LEGALSi Jacksonville, returned Saturday.C. :: shipment all kinds
in the University chapeL The This year she has been assistant I Lieutenant J. II. McKinney jg j ] I 't

Rev. Harry Crawford Garwood instructor in freshman TUB oHriiT rot RT Or TILE'IR-: E. Houston left' ,Saturday .U. S. N. R., and Ensign GeorgeW. HEINZ BABY FOODSPage's I.:

professor of philosophy and of ics and the .mathemat-I ClIT TW .:\OK T"Ttf THE STATE JtDICIAI.OK ....('OH- afternoon after spending' one Schlegel. U. S. N. R, arrived

Bible, will 'officiate. On the following the girls' dormitories. IDA. 1AND. FOR' MONHOK". week in Key West.F. yesterday; for a stay of two weeks Soda Fountain ..
day the bride will receive member of the Omepa COt.TI':I* Alley 1% and tll\Florence( KIM.Jesse I under training instruction at the

her A. M. degree and her husbandwill Alpha Xi i Delta and of the Torch I IL Alley his wife, I: E. Albert executive officer naval station. ;, 1
t ..
receive the B. S. degree in and Scroll. I vs. K.reel"...Plaintiffs.e. sf '.Ie. .''. of the Florida ERA left Saturday Msckuntlllr'H l aai.K Itmtrl"
mechanical engineering in the Miss Aileen Worth of DeLand Ta* !Isle l>r lfteate.. : afternoon for Jacksonville. on Raymond Bethel. son of Mr. 1 i, THE SEMINOLE
University's graduating exercises. will be maid-of-honor and Miss I Ueura-e W. Ilntchinson and business. and Mrs. Dalbert Bethel left yesterday ,, .
the wife of the .aId George J
This will be the first weddingin Bessie Fay Mires DeLand, and W. Hotchinson. whose, name afternoon accompanied by' :
I I .
the Stetson chapel since Miss Miss Pauline MacFarland\ Day- I Is unknown: Michael Ktllarky. \ Mrs.\ Bethel for Vicksburg. Miss., : :..
Mrs. Torres and daughter
the Leroy -
if dead
If living and. I' ;
Edith Norcoss and Otis N. Reich-f j tona Beach will, be bridesmaids. I It heir., devisees grantees or Miss Florence, who were visiting to accept a clerical position with ml rnl -
ardt were united in marriage The bridegroom will be attended : other claimants under the =:" 1
I with relatives in Miami returned
deceased ;; I.
said Michael Killacky. 11.
there about25 years ago. On i by George Linney, as beat man i., and the wife of the yesterday. a.n1 I I
that occasion Dr. Lincoln Hnlley,land Dennis Carrol and Walter :' aid Michael Klllark). whose, |I d j ;; i! ; your roo! !
Is unknown I
officiated and the Smith. name ,
then president, I Ilefendants.OItr'En I Miss Barbara Gucrra, who was t; nwLr;
__ I OF PUBLICATION ,I week with relatives Yfh S tAJii)! gales have whipped and torn it.
It appearing b r the sworn bill of: spending a at I 1 .
complaint of Jesse U. Alley and Miami Beach, returned Ye& i.I t WNTER rains have soaked it, weakenedit.
Visitor.Leave On I Mrs. Roger Watson II Florence IL Alley his st wife' the, ......._.,III... Florida But if you saturate it now with
Trip Around World Leaves For Home I whichlfsaidnbilll of compla> ntahas Johnnie Carey returned terdaY.1 ('II.*''. B. (all'\.::11. Manager Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating summer suns will'
been duly filed In the said cause.that .: A human home-like Institution
1 day from Miami where not dry it out or crack it open. Use this preservative
pt1." I' plaintiffs believe that George YOUR EYES where" you will find jmmr tm4itmmtewwforl
M IWierty. "Mrs.: Roger"'Watson, before W. Ilutchinson. one of the defend-' spending a few days and e.t.r..i.w.e.t a mat- on any kind of roof-it's easy to apply.
.t'MIr and 'Mrs3. I' y L .
: : marriage Miss'Maudetarks' who!!ants. In the above styled cause other is a I family ) I 1.tI \.{ .C' .3 J I '', .J Need liisaedialel* T Attention of great importance I Just stop in for details. : '. I
of GBM4 ; Fla.-I who werqin; Key 1 resident of a State or country It.
l t I -
I !!bun the State of Florida namely .r a '
W 1' Y .ib ief' as 1lestsofff.evf has/been'spending' a vacation' in l and that theresidence No one's so perfect A steel flrei>riM>r bnllriiiiB located SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.
t are
eat 9r a star >; "I 1'the State of Illinois I eyes I .
KeyWestiwith relatives and was,: of said defendant George dI1wiro.Morales! I In the heart f the city
*''and'Lr':' J. C. Gekelei:] with ther ehjjdrjen\ Roger, Parkland] ,'. Ilutchinson as particularly as riv etterday: Trots. .that theyjian betneglected" insrieflnitery ---.- i I = PHONE_ ';,53S Whit. & Eli_'5U. WI

bge9tflp;. aroun" hew I rld., Marilyn guests at. the ,home. of.her ,Loomis'is known Avenue to plaintiffs.Harvey Is Illinois.153ZJ: ,I ho.stay; llianirol. .' pa Rterjr Room with C..mhlnatl..nTIll, 4 "Your Home U Worthy Of The
and Shower lath Radio Klf-r
sailed the (' ,. I II '' F rlcCeiling
Satarday when they: on j brother Charles Park; on, and that there is no person in the i Periodic' examinations and .Fan Slat floor for Summer, Best"i
Cuba for Havana.J. J State of Florida the service of a ; : immediate Save Ventilation Comfortable feeds
Steamship Newton'street, left Saturday for whom would bind M J. F. Cherry left'yester care may you with
subpoena I
{ upon
From the Cuban Capital they r the home in' Honolulu Miami\ :[,said defendant George WIlutchin- day afternoon for New Smyrna much distress and cost later. Mattresses and o' Inner Individual Spring Realinif Construction -I.

will go through the Panama Canalto Mrs. Watson came from Horo- son: further, that plaintiffs believethat where she will spend a vacation .' Lamps.
the said defendant George IV.! Come in now for a complete
Los Angeles and from ', lulu in February and 'was later:r Hutchinson Is over the age of with relatives and friends. I! examination. \TF.S
Hawaii Japan China Philip- ''i M' >2leTH !!
.wenty-one years. ;
joined by Mr. Watson who was
I i said I I : n__... .. ASBESTOSFIBRtTcOATING
India ; And it further appearing bv Private Hath :i HKO
pine Islands, Malay States, recovering from an illness and bill of complaint that plaintiffs believe Mrs.\ R. L. Mallard who was DR. J. A. VALDES ; It_... Private Math 2-%..
Ceylon Arabia, the Holy Land.Egrpt. I left several weeks ago to resume that said George \V. llntcbin-' spending while |(5 !<_.,... Private Math .. 3.o;
Switzerland and Englandand son Is married and has a wife and a with her son and Orthoron Soft-Lite Licensee i j 24 It..a. Private Rat* OV
his duties as chief draftsman at. the said wifewf said OewrtceMV. daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.' 11* aMple |(MBIK. Prltate Bath ( a.asatr" sass Ik
will return early in Septem- I the naval station at Pearl Har-'' tll h n"e of the defendants James Mallard left aft- 532 Duval Street IMK.IIT! i\('itK%''r: FOIL iioini.n
bor. in the above styled cause. Saturday !I I OfClPA\C: 1s k .-- -

ber.They were accompanied to Key j'I The family will go to Los]j I I claims said an bill Interest of complaint In the described propertyI -- ..---------- --__ _. __ _ u ___ __ __ _ _,_ __._ __ "'

West by a daughter, Miss Elea-!1{i Angeles, arriving there Thursday'and : the and said that George the ..am.-W.of Hutehinson the wife 0(1

nore Holferty who _after the on Friday will embark on a'' unknown to plaintiffs; further
Cuba sailed remained as the guestof United States transport which pls. ..ntiffx bell-re that the mid wife"
Rev. and Mrs. Cekeler and left sails direct for the Hawaiian Is- of the sail George W llutchinftonother ..
u a r..ld..nt of a or .u..IY-
in the afternoon for the home.. lands. than the State .>f Florid.*
same!h... the State of Illinois and
-- -- 1 ; that the residence of the raid wife Aw. I IY

Young People'sLeague Vls'tor Departs |'ax of the parlhulailr said. George an "is'. IIUh.hln..n.t $t i:

Meets \ On Saturday IItarrey j I j plaintiffs. ,Illinois in ,1529;and...... .

I I.... Ja re..n In Ih- N''p or ;.1-
the, serelce'of a subpoena -1 t
the 'I .
_ An enthusiastic meeting or Mrs C.Y.. Cady. annual visitor : whom ".uM bind said wife ..f '*>
Young People's Service Leagueof to Key West to spend the win- sai fteonre W llulehmson: further -'

Sf,. Paul's Church was held last ter with her brother-in-law and >....1.,that,'lf. of plaintiffs the Mid leiete evening at 7.-00 o'clock in the sister Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Luethi llutrhlnsun Is over the age oftwtntrone s JtII1
*Parish Halt It-It Saturday afternoon for visit It further jears.And .appearing Iry said :
Plans for a patty to be given to cities in Vermont and other willf foinrlainl that plaintiffs. .!.. I
know. and have ..t I.-... stile
not :)
oil Thursday evening for leaguersand stern states and in Chicago: be- '-. .,..-,.rla;.. .. -lher )1I..h..1 Kiliilxxc -
their friends were made. The fore proceeding to her home ini larky.- one vI the defendants In the" -
league will attend the Ascension; Lynd Minnesota. i>lyl 1.-.l ..it USP. Inlieird b- '
plaintiffs In interesltd. In !)>_ I
pay services which are to be held ; She was accompanied as far *.1'I r.r..lrtt in sst'l bill of complaintdesrVlbed. r'- _
in the church on that evening; and 1'' Miami\ by Mrs. Luethi who will .,r. If dead, to hate been I -
Interrsted therein. Is dead or alive.
then have the party in the Parish 11; remain for a brief visit with her And it further atHxarfiiK l..- aal!'!
HalL I lull of fomplamt that i.l.iinllffs l.e
. son. Attorney Harry Luethi. I
= lie'e that mid AlivhaH\ KilUrkr, if
the following
It was decided that on I
Ih Ina:. Is married and has a wifeami II
Thursday the Y. (P. S. L. MOTORCOMPANY"ADDSJTO that the said wife of said
would card party inthc Michael Klllaek>. one of the
a t .
sponsor fendant In the al.vTe -tle.lHaim. ...de-I I
Parish IIa11.Fudge an interest in the propertyin It 4..

LINEDODGE .and said that bill the of...complaint....- ..r -...scribed* .f.. I
Browne the" Mild Michael Klllacky is unknown -
to plaintitiM. so. .h.| "
Gives Dinner I! l.lalnUff.l Iteliere that the rfM nceof
PASSENGER CARS AND the said wife of the said MichaelKilUrky I t
--- is unknown and that
entertained at there is nn person in the Stale of I I
Judge Browne
OTHERS HANDLED DY Klorid the scrt Ice of a subpoenaupon
dinner Friday evening at his I whom" would bind said wife I I
apartments in the Air Station in NAVARRO INC. of the said Michael Killacky: further -
that plaintiffs believe that
honor of several of the officersof the said wife of the said Michael ro
the FERA and their wives, including -I Killacky Is over the age' vf lwn.-','
: on.. )ea rs. I Mew Kate*Dodge S4*.mow cotf 9735*
Mr. and Mrs. B. M, Duncan In keeping with the progress of: It is therefore nnn.n.n that I
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerry Curtis George W. Hutrhinson and the wife i I
, .* ndtlr., and and Mrs AVery 'rths-bilitation" Inc1. in Key Writ, Navarro of....h.the.se said name George l.. unknown..lIut..hi..n.1 MichaelKillarl \ .
has added its
tlghltsojl'; Other guestsere\ Mr.1 to 'y. If living and. if dead all : .BI6 [ I II.
f1K11JAfra. Ray G,. Bush 'and ,' Mi-is'j'1 ." p'rcjSen\. ego?; jd Chrysler; Motors I parties said Michael claiming Killacky.interests decease under. ..rl RUGG.EDDODGE

J41ip.Jones. :jjf d'uf "'I'P.'t( ) dge pa,senger.ctrcumisrrcjabprs.and 4 otherwise In the following deseribed -. '

LAm .dthe invited gucW; sere: trucks. being In property the County. situate of Monroe lying and and .

Tllr.: :. .: Bernard' DeWitt, ,. Wjth tM..gn>>wing demand for State of Florida. to..lt; :, .

'buE owing to :Mrs! PeWUt'a )Ktadispesitioii -, Chrysler products 'in'tHii'lit',"'th ;'''f I Lot Core Thirteen, a subdivision(lit of Tavernice according -- 'I.! '"Gives 3 to ,15 more miles gallon than Small.Cars Amazing
per .
,.'they were; unable. ., to addition of i t/oufjc7a'nd' S oti I to plat thereof recordrd .,.,
attend. .: De to>': In Plat Book one (1) at 1 I
.. their : page '*:;. Monroe. County rlort "
I present line.of Chrysler andPlymouth t j .da Public iteconlff. II oil former of makes*
Entertainment In passenger can- now enables -! and I I I economy say owners competitive
Fourteen (M( of Ta\er- j .
Navarro Inc., to serve this ;i 1I1.t! ,
II! Cove, a subdivision, ac- I
Honor Miss HicksMrs. I demand and the a
give communitya I eordlns; to plat thereof recorded -
complete line of passenger curs in I'lat took One ft) at
I I pa ire '*:. Monroe County, Florida. -
Edwin Trevor' will enter' and trucks.In ,
Public Records
'I I are invited to come in and see Dodge more than 20 years ago;Dodge
tain with a bride's tea Tuesday. future they will handle only and the wife of the said "'kha..1Kllla..ky. YOU
Chrysler and in whose name Is unknown New-Value 1935 ..the perfected dual-cylinder hydraulic
tomorrow afternoon, from 4:30 products, so doing all of the defendants In the above Dodge.

until 6:30 o'clock at her apartment the community will benefit to the entitled hereby" required.cause be to and'appear they to are the I I I n C. car that is taking the country by storm! brakes;patented FloatingPower engine

at the Air Station honoring: extent of being able to secure bill of complaint in said cause ..n : that smother vibration and
Miss Annie Lois Hicks whore complete service on these products Monday the let day! of July: A. !'. .lAhVMU&O You get brilliant new of mountings ;
marriage to Daniel Lewis will b..- it is shown. 19:*. otherwise the allegations of I !, pH oNE 600 ranges many other famous Dodge features.
aid bill will be taken as confessedby speed and from the Dodge "Red '
solemnized June 8 at St. Paul's All Dodge owners as well as said defendants. power
Episcopal Church.Announcement. owners of other Crysler products !I It I. further ordered that this order -t STREET Ram" engine yet save money all the See also the brilliant new Plymouth
be published week for DEAL
once a
are requested by the managementto four consecutive weeks In The KeyRest I 60\ 00 G E way. Actually costs less to run than .: that sets a new pace in the lowest
bring their cars to Navarro, Citizen a newspaper published -
field. And
\ in Monroe County. State of I makes price .
ng small low-priced competitive ,
Inc., for personal and satisfactory i Florida. r,

01 Engagement service work. I''I Hated this JithUJi. day .qt'a"L.{.. ,.il'L. n I No Vi/ S e ..g 0 ur K owners say. They report 20 miles and Business men will want to look over

1 I' ICIrcultCouH ''Seal ."' .,* I, 'p L It I up per gallon of gas .. oil savings up the Dodge line of commercial cars and
Afore\ than 20.000 names- have' ".KOhS Ci: SAVCTBti'
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lag, of 1308 Newton street, an- been signed to a petition asking,: Clerk tieth of Judicial the Circuit Circuit Court of Florida Ttce6-; an---------: : .ni... to 40% amazing economy in every trucks. now priced with America'slowest

nounce the engagement of theirson immediate construction-' .. the I: In and for Monroe County. I I \we're eelebo5aaa0u :e stage of operation and'upkeep. -yet embodying a world of

Bradley Sweeting to Miss\ $42,000,000 Aurora dam- on the {v. CURRY: HARRIS, -mot t\Sou" __-, features
I Solicitor for Plaintiffs.may2r "we\cOrne one Flytnouth- 95 basic advancements have beenengineered costly engineering that mean
Lucille Beavers of Atlanta Ga. Tennessee river near Murray,,Kyj' ; Jun31.1i21STEAMSHIP: house \0 IU-d
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CoP CS the Dig e-tbe neoN CO: ,ericss ne: been simplified made almost effortCome to us for officially authorized1935h

KEY WESTCOLONIAL & II i its neVI OotmatlCeaotnY< 1 ,Seefield-Fl "lob less. With the new "Airglide Ride" Dodge and Plymouth service. We are

HOTELIn UNITED MAIL ROUTES STATES FOR FAST I std br11 t to pet r sel'gtStpuce y ia.octal t and you fairly float along skimming over especially equipped to serve you
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the Center of the Business PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES ISi eellne of 'theO rough spots, sharp

'and Theater District Effecti March 18th, 1935 I ; Bu et'the eat rl&.bt down on an even keel. You get the safety of are reasonable.

Leave Key West for Havana ,Wednesdays and Saturdays, I o trUck5...QoW p the Dodge all-steel body,pioneered by \Aet9tl earner** upori._.. Com in for dtoUtfa.
First CIa.-Fir.proof- 12:20 P. M. I

Seait, Rat.. Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I

COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI days,Leave 6:30 P.Key M. West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon-I I DODGE SIX 1 .' PLYMOUTH! DODGE COMMERCIAL CARS and TRUCKS

Tickets, R.*.rraU .. a.4 laUraatUa ., Ticket Office S645- and up S5JO-aIHI lip $365-and up .SO--and up

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