The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00030
 Material Information
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: June 1, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00030
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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I r AMociated Service.Press Day ?Win:;' '' ": Che: e 1mo est
For 55 Years'Devoted to "' ,J.t ? most equable weather in the

Beat. Interests of Key West a -. .. ., country; with *an average
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l I LEATOK-TODAY I H':; : Precipitates Discussion .
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t By Abductors After Ransom I ,FOR MEETING rif'TO1{;PKESlDE-'AT'' -COURT. SESSION I CARLOADS' AR-!i i Bearing On Changing Constitution

t MEMBERS OF EASTCOASt, !''O' :. > ;'
GINNING MONDAY *, i#Large Group Held Ready To Back Decision Rendered By
__ __ i DISTRICT SOCIETY ARC BEING -. I <: -if'Ferry :

ENTERTAINED BYI Judge. J. Vining:;;; Harris, of the!I Palma arrived yesterday Supreme Court Draws

George Weyerhaeuser Re, RED MEN AND LOCAL ORGANIZATION 1! criminal court of record of 1of
!1 .roe county has been assigned byj,.I i i of pineapples, 7,914 crates; 173 Talk Citing Important
leased About Twenty-V AUXILIARY TO j- |i sacks 'of mail three miscellaneous I ., .- __ __. _
I Governor Slioltz to preside at the] I
I i cars, baggage and two Developments
passengers. _
Five Miles Away From t Members of the East Coast I' session of criminal court to con-i I. The Industrial
pineapples were transferred -I Production And HUGE CROWD IN 1
HOLDSERYICE District Dentar Society are this I II [,vene in Orlando, Monday June 3.| into 28 refrigerator cars

Home At Tacoma 1 j Several days ago the judge received i and shipped! out distributing Stock Price Movements By BYRON PRICE
I afternoon guests of the local notification of the intention points in the states this morning.i ATTENDANCEATSCHOOL thief' .r Korean. The- Aelate4

JOINT MEMORIAL EXERCISESTO branch of the society and are this i of the governor to make this Shipments of pineapples yesterday -I Figure In Activities Now Press Wa.at.gt..1

{HI' ., rlatrd. Pre... assignment and this morning re- morning were in 33 cars mak- EVENT When development tell toe
-:Lit- BE'CONDUCTED AT afternoon attending, to the !business i- ceived telegraphic onfinnatioii. ing a total for the two days of 61 !i
TACOMA June 1. Discussed complete
tory, it that
I He will leave by rail for Orlando .cars: and a grand total of 1,121 I may appear
tie George Weyerhaeuser il HEADQUARTERS' TOMOR-: part of the visit at a meet- this afternoon. airs for the season to date., political history. of the highest

ROW AFTERNOON ing which started at 2 o'clock and ] DR. WILLIAM R. WARREN DE-
was,freed early today after __ I order wa written in the supreme

f. nearly eight days of cap'*i' .1". i will last until C o'clockin the I' COUNTY OFFICERSARRANGEH8UDAY:-,. DEFENDANTS By WASHINGTON ALEXANDER Inv ...._...'.Jon'o'll R. GEORGE.. LIVERS ADDRESS AT EXER. court on.that celebrated after
1 -De-
,E" tivity by his kidnapers> be>-a. .,,,Tiger: .Tail Tribe! 19, Improved!I Hotel Colonial !a I CISES IN PARK YESTERDAY noon of-Monday, May 27. ti
s Order of Red Men, and Minoca\ ARRAIGNED TOD AY spite the tanning blow of the Supreme AFTERNOON ,
lieved to be the notorious,,''Council, Daughters Pocahontas, The party of 80-55 men and I -f.course it i i. not nunal for J
Alvin Karpis gang,.who got will hold their joint memorial women-arrived 12:30 o'clock I I Court'. decision voiding 1 .1* ncU.tignee by a President to b.raject.d .

(l services at :3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from points on the east coast of Monday Wing the anniversaryof ) KrirbyCuhnel'iand.William l Kelly National liJuttrial Recovery:
$200,000 ransom as .the' I"a.e Fully 2,000 Key Westers weregathered by the highest court.
in the Caroline
wigwam at ,
the state and were greeted on the birth"of Jefferson Davis 'charged withkbeing vagrants, !
price'of, the boy's freedom.:,(Land Elizabeth streets. I. their arrival by local members and there will l be no business tran5-!, were arraigned before Judge J. Act, government sponsors of ,a, at Bayview Park ,. last] That'happen* of.e..ad usually
An interesting. : has acted the Vining Harris this at evening to witness the r graduation '
i program at county court hou p. : morning a modified NRA .
No had the nine- are counting political .
sooner their friends including pen" consequence follow.In
been arranged for these annual represen- As usual the office of the sheriff -! rercfetl; session of criminal court. exercises of the High; School Classof
year-old lad been restored commemorative services and it is tatives of the Florida ERA. i will remain open to attend to They entered pleas of guilty, strong pport from labor and. 1935. this instance, bowever. .1..
; earnestly anticipated that all Immediately after detrainingthe matters and Chief Deputy Ber..: and were sentenced, each, to 15 i I
to' his I large The feature specific pouts of
overjoyed parents, Sections of industry in the of the ceremony disagreement
members sections will at-
of both
: arrivals were grouped in front nard Waite will be in at the days at hard labor in the county
than the greatest manhunt tend. Belo-v is the program: of the train and I lar hour. regu-ij j jsil. 1! move for eOR.uuicnal author!**,t was the address of Dr. WmR.. are politically! interesting.
several pictures
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Invocation-Rev. Shuler Peele. ; Warren. In a speech of self
of the Pacific northwest was'(. Hymn-The Tie That Binds." taken by the official photographer; lion of code "within the contti1 -' I It happens that much of the

'' unleashed to capture the ab- Roll Call of Deceased Members.i f I of the FERA. ) ................................................. i 1 ...ion.:* j analysis Responsible entitled" the, "I, Myself Am i ii I current criticism ot the admin:
speaker held the
I ductors. i' Ritual and Memorial Services|1 After this the"arrivals were taken -! The International Stamp And attention of his hearers for 1 tration is based on three charge-:
of Red Men. I more I
I in I
I cars to the hotel where! the They declare that two years of !
[ The boy identified three/' Draping of the Charter by(. first number on the two-day program j Coin Exposition what President Rooseveit has, than :30: minutes, expounding les- I "Kcgimentation" of private bu incss -

of his captors.as "Harry, Bill Daughters Roll Call of of Pocahont&s.Deceased Members. a delightful of business luncaeon and pleasure served was;inI ;! { termed "government partnership:i s j i ner.sons of life in a masterful man- invasion of private property

| and Alvin-who must be Vocal Solo; "Will The Circle Be, the dining salon. By COMMODORE VON MIETK-LIUBA. H. D. W. J with business for recovery" has! rights, and a tendency toward
: Unl.roken"-'In.: Flora MichaeL i iI I When the business of. the meeting -:' President, Philatelic and Nnmisipatic Society of Key West Florid. I II i left labor with a determination to!j| Another delightfuL event in the high-handedness and dictation.

that fellow Karpis. I I i I Address-T. S. Caro. i[ is concluded this afteroon the'I ______-____________- _'_-___ ._-_-_-_..__-_._-_-_--..-.....-..-.-.....-..-.-. I I maintain collective bargaining,:!I program was the presentation of The court discussed all of
George'referred to Alvin f Hymn- i I, visitors and their hosts I minimum I f certificates by Principal Horace
!> prepared I I- \ wages and shorter work these points. It held NRA went
!( As we have continued our preparations ing influence upon the boys and.;
Benediction-Rev .Shuler Peele.
i I Karpis widely sought gang. I I|II fort| the'sum which has;;>tioua been Spanish prepared banquet for-I i; to make the. anticipated! girls of our town. The writer has!!)iday, advantages and has enhanced:!, in O'Bryant during which: he spoke I beyond constitutional warrant in

i leader, whose name and that STEAMER serving at 6:30 o'clock at Del- [ stamp and coin exhibition in December been an inspector of girl scout,i, business Appreciation of curbs on :i|: the highest terms of the grad-on''regulating private business, ; that
GATUNc !, 1935 it has uates. lie them
nlonicq retarrant. j' a success, unfair competition. :: the farm mortgage act passed by
and has
I scouts
of his gangstcpals flitted \I I developed into an International troops taught sea t j i ir 'i the excellent records made during '
After ?
; .the- banquet, It has also been his to i l! Hope For Support>> administration lef-winger and
through the story ySf,I tne'abk' >>: : ,ARRIVES1 HERE f rhonr'will be en.toyed from 9 to 10 iI J I t bined Stamp with and a Coin General Exposition Hobby, toms and*'-Inure to a number pleasure of well-'f Decent business, they contend i): their terms at school and paid a signed by the President unduly

; jw.,..xluction.., er,.tb*j-p;.t'.Wtw! <-W-i6: ; it- :-' .. W[F o'clock Uuval" at Hospitality nt.m'wh'erethe House, 'onj srremblajte I Itre LC.y We t.N Tetty .Dwplay '- -1 j f.aa ed "" .. ...nnt grn.p'" in ttp"jet tlJ J i1 lJtul'P91! ,P5uch"t: high tribute' nt sttide to the nk parents" *IJ of[ ..!inteztw't itJnr #Jig.ht.-; ;

days. will fo to spend several,I I]I I Enthusiastic communications country It is to be' regretted' cut-throat tactics of sweatshop Ii j l, > and that presidential removel of

AFTER STAY AT THIS ; hours dancing at the country are being received assuring us. that in such an ideal place a 3 i 1;i competition as are, labor and new i| Other numbers' on the program a federal trade commissioner
Federal agents clamped PORT LEFT FOR FRONi i i I Club. !1]I I thai the invitation to come to the Key West, there is no active !sea deal "reformers." They argue that. were: overstepped presidential author

a immediate silence on all de.] I r'f Tomorrow will be spent! in golfing -i I southernmost town of continental ,scout troop. !!',f many employers as well as em1ployes :i "Festival Overture," by Anchor
TERA MEXICO I II j t beginning 9 o'clock at the I i[r United States has appealed. I j| Ae have been requested to include and the general public approve -:1' -High School Orchestra. ity.That
tails of the search while the I !! municipal links; fishing motor!'I, The sponsoring group, the hobbies, as a rather comprehensive -:!': the president's declaration I Academic excerpts $rom these opinions i -

youth's parents offered I i 1 i=i trips to points of interest, including Philatelic and Numismatic Society sideline, and a displayof "that no binine! which dependsfor Procession-"P.omp of the court will be quoted

I i Steamship Gatun of the Stand I the art gallery Fort Tailor,i| of Key West has asked: and various hobbies will be fea.lured < existence on paying less than'' and Circumstance." by Elgar;'many times in the 1!>36 campaignis
prayers of thanks for his re ard Fruit and Steamship company, naval station aquarium turtle received the cooperation of a. in the exposition. living wares, to its workers has any < with graduates ana Ralph K.t doubted
I arrived yesterday afternoon 4:15: crawls and other scenes and !I number of Key Westers who are II I t A number of prominent per{ right to continue in this country." Johnson. Clarence H. Pierce, Al- by no one who under-

turn.The o'clock and sailed 8 o'clock for I|I places,.until 5:40: o'clock when the :;I not members of the society. Byapp5inting sons are* expected to put in a.; Before the supreme court handled lan B. Clears Melvin E. KusscII. stands the materials campaign..
ransom was paid by Frontera, Mexico. visitors: will entrain for their:] non-members an ex'''personal appearance. The writer]j: down its epochal decision ov- ;Horace O'Bryaat Rev J, C. Gek- are made of.

F. Rodman Titcomb uncleof The vessel took on fuel oil at homes. I II[ position officers this society permits -;i received a. personal letter from'i Jt ]I i rral trade associations had gone eUr, Rev. W,1. Martin and Dr. Left Many Bewildered
seized the Porter Dock company. During I the general public to be in-i|1 t Postmaster General James A. Far- an record as favoring the rontinu- i, Wm. R. Warren. For the points involved have
the who I I
boy, was that time the five passengers on formed as to what preparations ley a few days ago, in which the: ance of voluntary code! of fair Invocation-Rev. J. C. Gekeler. been looked upon by as
CLOSE many
May 24 as he was returning the ship were taken for sightseeing SCHOOLS tare: being mad {i t t: postmaster-general said that he 1' competition in the event that congress 'j i j "As Torrents in Summer," by basic to the "new deaf

homeward from school. I tours around the city in ve- > Leo H. Warren president of|j; would keep the date in !mind. He:, failed to renew the legisla-I I Elrar-High School: life) Club. The principles of NRA, JD31' -
hicles of the Florida ERA. FOR VACATION I I the City Council will be the official -1,4;; also said that "Key West is a tire left of NRA. which was slat- j I, "Murmuring Zephyrs" by Jen- ticular, have been espoused by
I .
-d l June 16.
to expire
When or how the money Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- president of the exposition.:,: very historic! spot and it is lori -: on ', ten-llich School Glee CInb. administration spokesmen with a
arrived 4:45 1 I Mrs. Hildah Roberts Satis of the( tunate that ; Some ideas of the far-reaching'I. Benediction lit: W. J. Mar-
,was paid was not learned. I! Mallory Lines, ,:. I ,|i it is selected for an effect of the abolition of NRAindicated i is fervor reminiscent of the patn
o'clock this morning from New INSTITUTIONS REPORT Key West High School, has ac-'exposition of this kind in d 3playiog -. ;, tin. \ i ii tic appeals of wartime. To have
I, The boy was released Orleans and sailed 5 o'clock for -I ceptcA the vice-presidency of .the ',. old rarities such as postage: hy the magnitude of the junparalled j jgovernment's Recessional.: Triumphal March'! the codes, trampled under foot,
about four miles from Issa-j' Miami and Jacksonville. LARGE ENROLLMENT exposition I' and Miss Dorothy Mayfield \ -; ttuTips:. and coins." 'Ir rttulate biisinrsg. Approximately to I!!j"Aida."by,i Vei-di-High School and the stirring exhortations of
Power Vesscll C. W. Powers, of +., Knowles is general secretary!t r Invitations for participation: Orchestra I} the President himself answered tn
quah, twenty-five miles Thompson Fish company cmved .of the exposition. A number of'directors have been sent out to hundreds of i! 2..16.0(1) individnal business rn1 -|j Those receivmg cerf ficates j the chilling phrases of judicial
1 producers'of
trade I I this morning from Collier City i' for the ,various divisions'foreign'I societies 'asfar : Aus-' lerpri'es ranging. ;!: front j were: 'j negation "
northwest of here and as was a shock which leftinacy i'
pins to gigantic: steel and j jL ,
i'with a cargo of seafood products I ::; I|r of the exposition| the official- tris. Nippon and his to the farm home of The Harris I'ivhion Street automobile industries and from Josephine del Carmen 'Altfoiwo. -
way ]i to tie shipped to northern markets: |i greeting comIlt.iU and other'''Of eonraa-wef5AlNly"exIect" peak' bewildered.
George Boniface, who .bun-1:l|i on' lbe Steamship Pecos of the j: Schools: closed esterday with another -I" committees have- also been ap-!!pie. from those eoantries to come' earners 17000.000 were to lifted 19,000.000 ai being under wage'!I Minnie Erma Allen Prank' 'Evidence that the court's word;
CJydT-Mallory\( Line, due Monday\ most'successful term, states| and in Rafael Alvarez.. Joseph Glen wood
i! pointed an announcement will f i person but we do expect dis-: tho rode struck home along a broad front
4 died. the lad into an automobile i night'from Galveston. 11'I'of. W C. Dnnctn. The enrollment be made in.lhe.ncac. ,future: '!playa' of.tainpa.i or,''coins! to be'i ) Anderson. Justine C. Arlt. Leona was. provided by adminl6traliunJ
;" i ':T' :, I I at Harris School at the closing 'I We released 1 I Confusion_ Forecast .1 i Bethel. Yenacio D. CarbonrD.Landelina .
1 and rushed him toward -' students ] have news through'the ; sent by them- I 'I> VV j j me L iigurra} represent a broadIestimate : if in congress As soon a>.
'1 : was 512 pupils with 600 I national .and internationals 1 : ,nWe are now working:!'ton ,the 36' because of the difficulty Ana Co tkir&t.t j Jda4' I a they heal'd what the court hail
Tacoma stopping at &EAST COAST CO. at the! Division Sreet insti dailies'! I' Elizabeth Demerits, Frauds J.I
tution. philatelic- press and the page folder which we hope to com-i{ of obtaining: accurate statistics on; Dion, Margaret Fal- said, they overhauled almost the
filling station to telephonethe j:i for that will reach nome 15.000,000| plete in three weeks with the cooperation -s i those" industries whose cross currents -. Clarence' Lester Mary Gates.I1enry .i entire. program of pending 1f'1!: i ilation. .
Many things are planned ron.
PAYS CITY TAX ; stamp and coin collectors in the! of the citizens. This! may place them under multiple to see how much would
police. next term says Prof. Duncan, j [ H. Higg, Cleo" Dolores
United States. We anticipate!r i folder together with .a copy of j codes. The service trades| have tq be redrafted.'
chief of these to be an addition to 1 j Kemp. Frank Land. Celia
having a number of organizations Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-i not included. !i There was a
: [ are j widespread; realization -
the libraries Jor the various grades. i Martinez Edward Rcdolph Nef!,
i attend the exposition in a body.:'l Liuba's "A Voice 'Out of Key f Exactly what of the that, in
OTHERREPAIRS OVER THIRTEEN THOUSAND Prizes for scholarship! in 6A j I proportion {Ilr.i John B. Pierce, Edna Isabel an important
were won by Florida Pinder and The fin two frames for the:]'i" West, will be sent out as an invitation more than 2.000,000 firms would ; Roberts, Marjorie Roberts, Robert sense the "new deal" itself had
DOLLARS IN CASH. ; OTHER stamp display are already in i[ to to! like to NRA continued' in i come
more j
Adolpho Lopez. There were 28 our. many groups see some F. Roberts. William Allan Robinson up against a united and determined -
TO ART GALLERY.I ACCEPTED IN BONDS I pupil-i promoted to Junior High. hands-an early beginning for f|Tome to the bland city. ':' form has not :been determined Alberto Rodriguez, Mary Angela court.
j A canvass by grades shows a I what promises to be an event of Our Mayor Hon. Wm. II. Ma- Many\ small' employers' have complained Romero. Merville F mon | And that was only another war
I I promised; enrollment of 526 for I II international scope lone, has done his part and issued -,> that it has been Rosam. J'., Helen Edith Russell!1 of raying that the "new deal") had
1 and We have.with the endorsementof : invitation to the American I I 111' ufair to them other J1IinOUS-j j come squarely against the
TO START WORK ON UPPER Taxes paid by the railroad September at the Harris School an Charles Earl Smith 1L, Curtis j' up conI -
1' the East Coast Hotel company, and 625 for Division Street School, Scoutmaster J. A. Boza ifi public i in general and to stamp I craters have said that the) H. Stanton Jr.. Grace Ottilee J,rtitution unless it m assumed that
FLOORS OF BUILDING i iI i this "week totalled 1717806. states Prof. Dunc,... local troop No. 5. extended an invitation -{[.and coia collectors especially: lo- I fitted by it and a large number Thompson, Mary Dolores Valdez.1 an nine justices, including the ow>-,!
1 j I The railroad paid 12664.22 and to all Florida Girl, Boy attend'the exposition in p:!rson. of firms of varying sizes; have expressed -! Marguerite Saving Valenzuela,I liberal were mistaken: as to the
ON MONDAY .j i the hotel company $4,513.84. DIED BEFORE HAND and Sea Scouts hoping that they With the cooperation of the 'I'I the desire for retention of Shirley Velasco. Anna Whit-meaning of the constitution.

|t 'However not all of the money: I will make their slogan: "After citizens of Key West we "expect 'the codes with modifications. '; marsh Albert Wiggiir, Beulah Lee t Amendment Talked.
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i I I! was paid in csah; as provisions had i MANCIIESTER Conn.-Wesley I.I :-Washington-KEY WEST! j to bring" thousands of visitor 181' Whether NRA Is completely Williams Edward Thomas Wood- Reduced itf this manner tn it'

Work on the'upstairs of the Key !:] been: made according to regular:I B. Porter, candidate for mayor of I. The, writer anticipates that!'the city 'during exposition'' week I. abandoned attempts made torevive I I eon and Evelyn Niles.Commencement I simpler form the situation olfer\ ,
West Art Gallery building is to proceedure. whereby $4,000 was I II I this city was elected, although he II :from a,vj&it, of these- .scouts to ,thus giving Key West international. it in modified form, business week, with its a most enticing field for politicalspeculation.
tait Monday Stewart Leonard,]| accepted in bonds and the balance I died the night before the election. Key West there will be a ttimuUtJ,publicity.. t observers see confusion in industry I various activities:; was brought toa .

director announced! of $13,178.06 was cash. 1 -. -.-. ...- _---J"t_ and unrest among labor for happy close last 'night with the It should be rem.mbered that
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j Payment of these taxes it was I some_._ come.JUST ; enjoyable dance given by the graduating the highest court does not concern
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morning. !!, said, was brought!::: about as a re-' NOTICE ; I class to associates and j itself with the question whether
At present pnly the down-';f suit of a conference held about I friends at the Country Club The:i'I the provisions of the constitution

Blair of the old Caroline Lowe:three weeks ago, between W. R. All members of Tiger Tail RECEIVEDLarge 1 dance was attended by about 100 j I are infallible. It merely interpret ,
house is used to display'the work': Kenan. Jr., president of the railroad Tribe No. 19, Improved Order of HAB.AVNA.MAaDRIDLUB1 ,' couples who enjoyed the evening I I those provisions as it finds them
and S. M. Loftln, attorney Red Men and Minoca CounciL ShipmentFLORIDA i i from 10 o'clock until 2 o'clock : Granting that the nine justice
of the artists here with the Key]! Mayor Wm. H. Malone and memi No. 13, Daughters of Pocahontas, HENS I: this morning. ]j|' were correct in the interpretation

West Administration. The bpt -i i i hers of the city council. are requested to be at the ,Wigwam DANCE J JI SPRING LAMB ;!! delivered on May 27, the quest .

t per floors were not renovated WEEK on Caroline street at 3:00p. I GALA Heavy Western St.... Meat l I HOLIDAY NOTICE I t i tion at issue becomes this: should
when the other repair work in the LAST m. Sunday June 2nd for Memorial i i the constitution b e changed
house was done.Additional j To have your Car Painted-or Services and to meet on I IN HONOR OF THE Bermuda Meat Market Monday June 3, Jefferson!![! No one denies that reverence
exhibition will Enameled at these prices: the'corner of Fleming and Wil- Davis Birthday m legal holiday for the constitution has suffered
space GRADUATES OF 1935 n._ R61-W Fro Delivery I'I
be' provided through renovation Expert Deco Paint Joo liam streets at 7:30 p. m to attend t in the State of Floriday this bank, greatly among various classes of

t of the upper floor and that space! 15.00 to $30.00SyatI.etic divine services at Fleming I Gruate are cordially invited to be our guests tonight Wo are Open and nab do win not be open for business > voters in recent years a test of

may be used also for the classes! Enamel Job Street Church. SCRIPT 50c LADIES FREE Ifrerie on Sunday morning. that day. sentiment on that subject dnnng
in art which are to start next* $10.00 to $20.00 i i FRANK O. ROBERTS. i I } THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK a presidential campaign would

week, it was said. 1 I I Ackerman_ Service Station junl-lt C. of R. .J. may31-2t not be aa impossibility.LLWAYS .

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: WELLS LOOKS. OVER THE NEW DEALIn LEGALS ee* i.Ic.6 i'iI tt... 1 I I' Grooms, manager of the Key activities.' He left for Washington!
.- > rFubllll I Today's Birthdays i ; KEY WEST IN West. Electric company said todayIt last night
was at first have
.ell baUt .pt Bazaar Br Washington the prevailing Jio'l'U'1'' OP AP'rtWA'taoIr' ..:.: ... planned to
com ......... a'aS.
''rtna: cmnew reMJCKtorti co- etc.U 1 PA"TOniA PCBCZ. A. :JIAt1U I Ii the\vehicles in operation by June I, Adolph M. Ferguson! 74, died

*. A-CTalAM.Pr.eM..L ment on the visit to America of H. G. I DEALER.WOMATO' BECOMB- : A FRCfe('i Dr. Charles B. Davenport, faiBj -:I'DAYSGbNEB 't 1 tat delay in delivery was canted tat his home in this city last night

"From Th_ ClttaenCoraer "1>IIUellDa i NOTICE zS HEREBT GIvEN that j td Carnegie. In=tittrtfon biologist : Years.by the necessity of installing air.following a lengthy illness Fune-

w dreeit tad fine !tt.eta, Wells, British author, for the purpose of the married undersigned woman, Pastorls a" resident' Peres of the;a', of Coldprang! Harbor Long Island Ago Today At Take. From j I I brake .equipment which will be I jral perviees will be held this

-- appraising the New Deal, ig'\Velll! Well!" State of Florida and County of Mont N. Y., born at Stjknford. I The File Of The Citiiea used on four wheel insuring the l;afternoon 4 o'clock' from the
.air D&U7 Ne".D&PU la..EQ Wt and.Yonto.Canty. : roe. will. os the 24th dar of J aalM'" Conn., 3years airo. t| maximum of speedy action in Funeral Parlor
Mr. Wells came Washington, interviewed A. D 4831. apply I Jefferson B.. -Broxrnev 'Jwlre nt thf- i bringing! the buses to a standstilL; to the Catholic church. "Does
ouered at g-y West. Florida, M Beco-d el-as matter the New Dealers, talked with 1 Circuit Circuit Court 4ff of the Monroe Twentieth County Judicial .," Frederick C. Bartlett of -Chicago. The four motor buses which Air controlled doors and other: jFerpuon! as"he 'was known by hi

rJJI"I'Y" -aIXTII JT-UvJl .. Florida at aheni at 1. A. MJor art. born- there, 42 .yearsago. !I are to take the place of the streetcar features form part of the equiP. many friends was born in Baltimore -
the President, called on Huey Long, and I ,ait noon thereafter as a hearing lines in Key West wiD probably ment. I
and had made his home i if in
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*f u.'ss dtaet listened Father ]may be had for a license to naaalafe. 1 I
,.1.4 Associated Press U 'rtetasWefytJtle4 to .Ms.r to CoUghlin. The resultof take rharfre of and cr> tr6l" her 't ; iidfly Urn ; be 4 delrvered, hereabout i |Key West for many years
republlcatlon of all'Dcwa dispatches ereflitea t* I his pokings and searchings BOW being property std Btu /ene a Jfteed.al.r titeaLl\ it 42 !July 1.. TfceJ.VtU be"1fIt i.i operation -. Word has been received at the: -
otherwise credited In thl paper and all in enrery reep.rS In accord- : L.
It or net i immediately. Ba-com
the local n**. published< her. published. all** with tM 8tat.....* of the State I J Porter Dock company relative to; The U. S. S. Bay! prinjr has
of Florida. the arrival of the company's tug'tone to Catabano to tow to Key
rPLUIO "Hysteria" is the keynote of Mr. J -PA ?TOttIA PEREZ. John Mascfiel N IAL EDrr0t i4t. Petitioner i :in Miami with B subchaser III tow.. Wed! barges' and other equipment'

) ( IJ ASSOCIATIONt93S Wells'g verdict on the New Deal and the ALJiAN B.. CLEAKK for Petitioner.JR. .' LoreSG.--...-years. afro;' .I '. Captain Eugene DemerUt who used in operations of the U. S. S.
\OTI'fl OF N4oTiR's
/I'LtmAtrt_ New Dealers. lIe couples this word with mayZi.: ;_juni-t-lb-:!, .J&II Drinkwater; British! (poet.i ( left in charge of the vessel is expected -I JHaaibaL The Hanibal is a survey'
-. I r H'" hereby given that under ,to return to Key West *>nan ship and has been operating in
two others just as uncompJimentary.pl'etensions" and dramatUt, !born 53 years ago.
srmcnirrlo JutrE1.me -, and by ,.irt.f etrtahi order and
,,, : the allXiIiarVC8el' Monday. {Cuban waters for several year
'.; Tear -- tit '" REtot.i1'M: % Or'THBOP WARD ,decree' ..f foreclosure and sale made:.
?i I. Month i4. and subterfuge. I ft Rl.tr EIOTRLCflON OKMONRUK. and entered. nn the 3d day e-f May.A. At the end of the survey reason

rhree )Booths.e __. .. ,' Iii. However he is not wholly against the lfVrr. FLORID. Fighting the pre&A of, the H 131: In and by the Circuit i Members of I the comes to. Key West with the
>> Vnnth .tkAOTBKTIfIM "'A.LLI'C'III EtBC-IOjr' f% '"DtrUh elm diaease.the s rricultMPC Court of the Twentieth Judicial; Troop 4, girl
s/eekly _____ .Ia New Deal. He thinks that America is I SPECIAL TAT tftOOI. MO\-imTMICT department is even watching -I Circuit of the Slate- of Florida In 1 t scouts, accompanied by &Out.f equipment' which i ill left here and
srllaiat ONK. In Chancery -
and for Monroe
) RATE. moving forward rather ROE COLVTt. FLORIDA. FlG [- out for boxes and crate made, 'Is a cause County therein pH>4ln.I .-,mistress{f Mrs.: A. ,IL Mclnnis, left(,then proceeds to the navy yardat
Made known: on application more effectivelythan /'\ "THE MILLAOE FOR TAT of elmwood' from xrhtch the bark wherein Cleveland Niles is, plaintiffand ; this morning on Sheriff RolandCurry's ( Philadelphia for overhaul antI
M BCIA_. NftTICK: Europe. He finds in Washington a LE-o: AD. flU L.X"'I'tU'llf Hose M. Welkert. If living, and reconditioning.i ;.
All readlncnotices." arda of-thanks, resolution* ( OF TU'*TKE* FORUD/ )lTRjrr ha!'not been removed suspecting If dead, the heirs. devisees gran- yacht for Long Key wherei f
rrrnect. .cbltuary notices, etcwill be charted for at .'cert!,in freedom of expression and liberty -I Tr ACConnivrKWITH they may be carriersof the I terser. other claimants under the i they'Will spend several' days eamp-l i --
U-e rate of :. et. a line.3iottff HAP'I'P.ft SOET. tlF.0! .raid "Rote M_ tTelkert, deceased, orotherwine Thofie } Editorial comment .Ameriean
for entertainments by chorcaea from-wlilchI : of initiative" which is lacking in IA"." OF nn.HERKAS. disease. Minnie I'.. Wolfe, if living infr. inaJdncthe trip are I -
rewnfre Is to tie dcrrred are C eeate a ttae. %\' under Chapter iSri. a Aft" If Ma"'. the heirs, devisees. -: Louise Ketehum, Susan Whalton k carry more life insurance than
Tito Canaan fa an open forum aad Inrttes aieeas- Europe. But nobody, either in Europe or' l_"s of Florida. Acts of 1923. a biannual -. I ifrantees "r' other claimants. 1 Lois Sawyer, mascot! Carolyn any other' people and need 1 it oft -
son of public Usuea and Mb5ecta of local or reaers.nt election must be held to 1EGALSrtinr .under the said Minnie F;. Wolfe, deceased 1
(rest but It will not pcbllsh anonymous eommnnl America, Is really getting anywhere, according -, Special Tax School Districts for the or otherwise, J C. Piodela i Hattrick Mary Jermain, Ethelyn{I tener.
.atP..a determination of the amount of and Josephine! Piodela.. his wife. i
Sawyer Lois, Roberts
to this observer. : mflls to be levied and the. election ., -ritE 4"o( NTr .* comrAMI ,, Andrew J, Kemp;: and Mary: L. Kemp I Magdalene ii
: of Trustees andwhereas! If IS is the J"5 FOR lAXHAi CO1""\Tr.F1XIHIOV. ., his 'wife. Samuel Otis", Johnson. andntolnette de Leon. Ida Carry. Elizabeth,i; Colonel Samuel J. Wolf head,
In case of.doubt. pay up your church Perhaps, he opined, the situation is tine, to hold said electfoa. and .' Johnson. his wife, andw. tl Knovrle! May Lewis, Dorothy| of the sanitary department of the>,
WHEREAS Special Tax Kchool. In the. Matter of the fallrl1i.lIlp : ."-, C. Kurrns. widower" are defendants -I
dues next Sunday.Faeing too big for anybody to handle. The whole J. District Number One of Monroe of.the personsIRVIVT. alMl estates foredossre of Hen of tax D.ojro. Dorothy Cwynn and Ruth of 8';: Augustine. Trtio 'W35.ndiRIP \

world is groping. And this is why all the County. Florida. has heretofore been nf NOTI"J' sale. certificate" the undersigned Watkin : a vacation .f several!
created by an election of the qualified :.VOTO.ES HAROLHH Kncil! Master in Chancery. will offer -J Icity
solutions unsatisfactory electors of saM'Dlstrtct, embracing .' K!OWLK and'GPRAI.D F. for sale and"will. sell at pub.lie ----:- here, left "e'temay. Mrs.
difficulties frankly i9 i .the secretof preferred are so Au of the territory wfhlnMonroe KSl\\VL. Mlri.re.P out..r). for cash In hand. to the i Charles & Smith Chosen, who :accompanied the colonel:
except the _iII- 11 l HERERT, IVEX "FT highest and bent I.Miter at thefrot was
solutions. Comity ( ; ( .
many successes., < profferred are so and pertWa!, thereof, and THE rNDHRSlOSKri: *. guardian door of the County Court 1ous.'of secretary of the Key ''WesJ t1.on hU. visit, win remain for "e'j
1." .The trouble is mostly with human nature WHEREAS, said School Dletrlcthas : of the estates'andperiw'ws of Irvin Monroe: County Florida In ,the': City i County Club at a meeting 'of'the:'j i veral weeks with her "J daughter
erected school houses and is T. Knowle- Harold B Knowlesand of K.FV.. t. Florida during the 1 Ed.
;! which resists changes and developments.As maintaining schools and fa 4 creating Herald F. Kno"" les,- that 'I will legal! hours of sale.; on Monday, ,the i member held in the: chamber ef.'IIA( Freyburjr.
Some people like.to g rumt>Wso much indebtednos'and that,said schools I petition the Honorable Hugh ftann rcl day of Jnne. A: I>. 153:. the Tol-' rooms.. About 25! Ynem- _.
Mr. Wells remarks sagely: "For operation and saiddebts, Judge In andfor Monroe Sawing described land, Mtuate. ) Ing. -
are now County > ))i- Miss'MjiToie Sawyer and lif'Gtni -
they hunt excuses.for: it. .' till ninth!?, 'land : County Florida, at: Otis office la the and being in the County of Monroe,' bets were present. Several "new
most of us, our'family, our' schoolmates, WHEREAS, ''t Is! 'necessary. to:I Court Mouse. Key tt{' ees. MonroeCounty. Mate of Florida. to-wtt. members' were taken In. i ant!, : :Ralph Lovejoy, U. S. tJ;.l lj
determine the our personal rivals loom larger than "man for the next Silk:! Section J1) in j
be levied for each year .,::0' 1o<<'k A. :Mon the dayef Thirty-one ,
Many novels .have' moral. and the ensuing two years and that I June, ,A. D. I9J5. for an order au- Township>> Wlty-iMX: (ail South r afternoon in the office of Judgef
kind. Our home town hides the world tees must be elected to .e... truII-1.:I thortsinc- the'aale I Interests of Range Twenty-nine (:') 4 The necessity!' for new and I, Hugh Gunn. Witness to 'thceremony
best sellers, have an immoral.A the next two rears, therefore of the afaresald fo"I.: and tothe East, containing Tweuty-fx. modern radio at the
from us. Family pride, patriotism, race equipment were Mr*. Alice Sjrwyerl
IT RESOLVED BT THE .BOARDOF following described property.lying and a half <2(H) acres.Dat {
self the PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF and being In Monroe County defend the precious at
pride core MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA that Florida and more'partlcularly -described I )! V. ALBURT.T (I presented t to the'navy department: i ide
new naval conference would have an election be bold within Special aji foUews: Special Master In ChanceryTT '
the ,
J of things. AH of us are instinctively on Tax School District Number One of' Part of Government. Lot 1. CURRT 1IARRI&J in the report .f Commas ( The United States bielo icaljMrvey
plenty of blue-prints to scrap. defensive against the cold great 'challengeof Monroe County Florida, embracingall Section. 8. Township (I South. LANCELOT U-.STER. 11 Fenn of Washington who was i in ban found rats often carry!
the territory In said Monroe. I 1 I at the Southeast corner of O I Xnllettors for Plal.till.l .
new conditions against the new commandment County except the mainland portion Range 18 asU! Commencing may4U.IIJD!,'t Key West i inspecting this phase! ol f: typhu and hydrophobia trernt
thereof on. the. 25th day of eminent Lot 2to said Section
Men may yet adopt the feminine idea to change." June 1S33. for the purpose of de- Township; tl-South. Range M -- -- -
terminJnc the amount of millsge to ,. Kant, thence running Mouth 44
of less clothing at greater cost. However, America still has a chanceto be levied for the years 193a and deirreen East I4X feet, more' or I '
193C. and for the purpose of electIng less to the waters of the Atlantic ,
meet the future. Here in America, says f trustees to serve in said District -Ocean (said last mentioned -
for the next two line being the Southwesterly -
Any nation 'may be proud to producea Mr. Weils we are free from' large mass All qualified electors residing line of Randall Adams tract I. i Hoe.dwinted1JO'1lAttEPTING
within said District who par taxeson : as shown In Deed recorded inDeed
character like Lawrence of Arabia. antagonisms. There is no widespread personal property and real estate Book B-6. pare 62*. of the
are eligible to vote at said public! record of Monroe Coon.westerlyralong '
I class war, as in Russia; no racial hatreds,. election The questions to be determined -,,, then.... South IMITATIONS
at said election are a. follows Shore line
as in Germany; no hatred of all strangers, .
Among the many other fallacies that : of thi. Atlantic -Ocean to a
There is little 1. The amount of mlllacrr to be point where the Went line ofsaid T* let the original Dow 100% Pen Paine
in Italy and Japan. regional -
persist is the idea that parmipare fit for an levied by County Commissioners for Oevemnvent lot 1 intersects 1e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. ram runUK

human food. l bitterness. There is no definite said Number Special One.'Ta* School District](i I the North said! alone shore the West line: line tb..NI 'ofaid > i look for Davi 100% Pun Paint has ftea o. amtatc4. .( ..

right and left. We are trying to muddle 2. The election of Trustee* to I I CATemment Lot t to the 'e thisbe1' .M'never dupliat.d.l .
serve during the ensuing two,. polat of beriuninir. lying and ttaw 100 fart Paint .conform with
through wnether with the present New ,--...... I!I I ....,.<< In Monroe County, Flor" % ==-...rot
One way to get unpleasant things out Tile polling places at which said ida. containing '47 _,..... >a an pure print Law sod It 1MrPint ::.:::.--
Deal with other New Deal that less. that cm-id ef ... ===
or some election be hold are: i l I more or IOa PUxdPAINT + 'tuadn e ,
of one's system without making enemies Polling Place Number HarrisSchool ALFRED P.'KNOWLER. ...
will presently take the front of the stage. BuildingCorner of South Guardian, of the Estates'nt IrvinT. fo1-this -
: yak *
to:keeA a secret diary. { Call1fl11j ee on the LabelUois =
; ard 'miwJ'Margaret fftteet. fie! Kno ies, Harold U. ,Knowlesaad .
Mr.\ Wells is hopeful, optimistic; san Weal Florida. Inspectors and I I Cerald R.F. InowlrsRAYMOND ,: ..hew---each..,...-e........,_.... .(n.r.aisr piss.As .

I guine. What the future will be he doesn't Clerk shall of, Election to*: Charles at said Mathews pnlllnrplace ,,I Attorney for LORD.Guardian.: .,..... au r4 by *. end) taU tae.s.h. Orakra why, I

Doctors and undertakers will doubtless venture to predict. "But he thinks Amer-I. Ira Roberts.Cask Clerk.William Baker J." Frank?T,I, .maylJ; Junl-1.1'IROTICR TBE.H.BDAVIS I Ca e.'. 1d IIH MLTIMMEMnG.

favor a proposed new calendar which I icans are more likely to solve it any i toe' Polling County Mace High Number Kchnot%.Building.Corner At :Slom-.' fJr.utllTF.J't' 5AiM C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline aad> Wifera Streets
provides holidaY jr. J
'V >g an extra other race. I of United and White Streets.Key ., Notice Is Ia.-.;: ;; given that under I
""-"t. Florida. Inspectors and and by \irtue of a certain 'order 1

r Ctork of KUrtKm 'at said' polling :and decree of foreclosure and sale ., ..
( place shall be: Bernard Allen. Roland '' catered the 31st day -
it .made and on .
wouldn't"be, so hatd for our younjr- FOOLISH NOTIONS Richardson John J. Albury,'[''of ,May, A. D.1! :J3. in and by the '
life William H. Johnson. Clerk. .?''Circuit C cart of the TwentiethJudi. 11.1".1'1.1'11'''''''''_
tegin {
inter to married on nothingif Polling Plane Number 1.: At Public 'I 1 cial Circuit of the State of Florida ...............................r....................... ..............
School Hon* At Matecuml;1 in and for Monroe. County In Chancery. .
Were used to it. .
they only According to the eminent scientist Monroe County Florida. Inspectors In a cause therein pending .
.. and.Clerk of.Election at saW pollIng wherein Eleanor Aymar "Hi...... a
w and writer, t>r. Albert E. Wiggam, most! place. shall ....: H. O Russeli. ;' widow is plaintiff and Burbank

Not. every preacher believes what he popular notions, if not the result!' of scientific Prellton Robert fngraham.Piader. Clerk.Polllug Edner. B. Parker.';;Realty Company and exlatiag, a corporation under .fee.vgantscd I JUNE SPECIALS

:ways or believes that his hearers believe investigation are almost always 'School Place House Number at RookSterner.4", At. Public -1 laws nf Real th.Estate State' Jt of Improvement Florida aadtato i ii t iI i!

what he says he believes. wrong. Among the popular beliefs whichhe Key. Large Inspectors Monroe and Clerk CoGllt-of,. FJtela. Company,ezistinjc a under corporation the lava organiseduid of the" I
.r cites 'as being entirely without founda- tion at said potting; place State! of Florida, are defendants
Wiltard Albury. John W.; Plnder. O.I I forHI.".... of lien e>f tax sate certlficatrs eI
It is sam that it takes all kinds of tion are the following: P 1U1I, George \r. Alttury. Clerk.8E' .I the undersigned Special DECORATIVE ENAMEL
Master Chancery wni offer for
people) to Make a world l, so maybe crooners That one can predict any future this notice .f election char be sale ..1nw s*ll at public outcry I I I i
eut.U9Ibe4 In the Key West Cjtisea.a ;f.r each i la band to the highest
are necessary! after all. 'event by the stars: newspaper In the City of Key :.and best bidder at the front door of
West. Florida once each week for the County CWrt Houov a f Man-
That opposites marry each other; thirty days, first" publication to' be 1 I"'"* County Florida, in the1' Cityof 1 Lavender-Mediam fray-Sky Blue-Yellow .
the 25th day of May 1835 and the:[ f'T West, Florida, during the
One can't make wealth (out of paperor That the sight of a red flag will mad last ftuMlratlon thereof t. boo 0..1. llegal hours of ale Monday, the
Ih. ted day of June, 1.Ea.. 1st day of July. A..D'"I: 33. the following I
out of hot air. If on. .could, we would den a bull; BK IT FURTHER RESOLVED;;: described land. IIltuat 'II.e FOR FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATION :

hardly be writing these paraJi"aPhf1.4.4 That Betsy Ross designed the Amer- that and said held election under shall the be nine conducted rulei land[[Sdate.of behtaIn Flerlda.he/'wunty/to-wU: ef :Monroe AT yz -REGULAR: PRICED; :

... _' i l!i and regulations as general election Lot' Nine t t l of' ''Block Five i .
ican .
flag; except as tiiddftled toyi ecti"- 1 j: (F) of )lartello.Tewer.' a wib- 'r' .
,Compiled General Laws of FloI rld I to theplati s : .' ? '* .,. 'Regular p1'iCl1 Sale Price
Be sure you are right'tli'go ahead; That bald-headedress i is due to wear;* said IbeyepecordedIn; 1." ,:' ...f. ? :
I Resolution: cajllnr tele.ttoaenanlmeuslt''an.edtM.droe I i flat .,. I.... ". s-: r'PINTS v '.
but if you are wror j// be sur to get a ing tight hatbands;" ?j'! Board of Public Instruction.;County j On.tat o'.o.eperk" : Page 141 of, the In the-.I, .. I .. ," ," ,. : 41.nT r.J .' .' eeOC .

competent lawyer dndlet him to ahead. That beauty and stupidity go together **1|!4. 1133.-WCAirffiJJCt'tt. I MI"'j, I Irhatmnan ,I cuit.Florida. Court.. V .. ,.Monroe' ;, County' 1 I I : .. ; : _._ .. __ 45c rI ,_ ..: '.

; Board of Public metro<* ):' r ,I. ,d: 1
UnDo, Monroe County. Florida. *. andLot .' 40
I f Ten 'Ut e f Block Fire ,. __.._...:__.__.__ 'SUc' 1.-- I C .a
:Many who would admit having been That cousins should not marry; 'I i ALLAN B. CLKARE. !i t[ Ii) of Martello Towers, a subi J ..
i drrfslon according! to the plat
foolish once upon a 'time would resent the That women are not logical but in- Members Board of Public Instruction ',t thereof recorded in Plat Book s. :

suggestion that they were still that tuitive : ,' fAttest l I I, On ID, at Page If*, la" the QUARTS .--_ ....i......:..:... f 1.35 68c 1
way. ; office of the Clerk' of the Circuit s r

That there is such a thing as undertow -. I Superintendent MELVIN K. RUSSELI Public Ine1ructlui.and .1] Florida Court. Men- roe County : PRICES EFFECTIVE WHILE 'PRESENT STOCK LASTS _:

A judge rules that a wooden leg need ; I of Public ex-offlclo Initractien.mayli Secretary. of Board i i Dated Jane 1,LIAM 1133.Wi V. ALBLRT.Rpeclal ..

not bar a man from driving a car. He That child prodigies are usually frail ; Junl-J-lS-JJ W' CURRY HARRIS Master, in Chancery.

didn't the matter of wooden heads. and neurotic J j 'Solicitor for Plaintiff.
pass on ; Subscribe to The Citizen. Ju101-1-I5-U-U SPRINKLING CANSGalvanized

That fast workers make more mis- I ,- ,. -. ;.
-- -- :
At least 25 per cent of the price of takes than "slow but sure workers." .. : : ( ) :

ell average car i is said to find its way into' He does cite as correct, however, the '- t.: .

tounty, city, State and Federal 'treasuries. widespread belief that men are better 1 Your 'Vacation : i iyo .. -, 75 ..
: 8 QUART .-_--. ---__.
drivers of automobiles than are women :

Oldtime mothers used td tap Unruly -for the psychologist Vitelles and his colt 1 1 \l\% If yod tares*going summer school, (m"i.f i 10 QUART ._ 85C i
kid on the head with a thimble; 'the leagues have shown by prolonged study;; ; ning a motor trip or Any Jour&Y-i.vlunds 7Qu'"NIW' ,

modern cracks down with her that ,"women have twice accidents i : :
one cigarette as many : a&ore .f.2 s' :if Y u .are. e'.t '"

ca"e. a mile as men and the 'accIdents cost three;,1 I you. cany: are: pr|>tecte<$iV)| *Jel *& wferfuj1nprocnrin : | J Sj i

times as much. 1 1tfl ? this protection by Yoftyerting our
It is hard to understand why' t travel-fon'di I : .
many Into- I : .s
Ii : ,
homes without electric lights and other WHAT A MISTAKE! .'- .' .
{ AMrfRlCAN TRAVExkRsfed! [ 15
conveniences, have an automobile stand / EXfRES : : PINT -..::.- ._ __. C :
.. '
ing by. The judges, at a French beauty show, "

in'Paris carelessly select a German girt as IF THESE checks,are' i lost or ,stolen (un- i 4.6 tiU TI. -_._ 20.:

If Huey Long succeeds in making "Miss France" and' almost produce a riot countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto .. .

everybody. king, who will be the jitters Amid catcalls thewinner does not accept you. In spending, them all that Is necessary is t ..

? Maybe it will be the bother war the title, although loyal l fo France j for you to sign them'second time In the presence i I.

around. despite the fact that she" "unfortunately: of the, 'one' accepting'Wra.TOR Soot Florida Coatractiag<< & Eftg eeriig C.Phclz & |

was 'born in Germany, and the judges] :
Hens lay more when coops are ,lighted award the crown to a Parisian. I j :-- 1 :r: i : : 98 WHe. 4tta Streets .i

at night but an Oklahoma farmer Thus, it appears an ugly international ,::11I tnt __ ,8Mk .f lei We.i i i I: '"Your 'home U wolf,. ol the beat" .2

claims even better results from crossinghis "incident" is avoided and French patriotism -.I.! .I :................... ...t..i.f*k44.*Va'<6.**..***......>('4.{00.....*

an-owl. I j .. .. . ,... t
White Leghorns :with! .. : maintained.- i d dO ;I'I'.I'I"I'II" __ ______ __________



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F o.y rr",im *.. library window .1I1da overlooked ..New, York ............ ._.24 14 .632' I'I _
S mrmrt-tliso m>k* .. *'Ktt to ea from tw'to 11*fan OM" the road bad teen her and .came I II I I Highest .. ... ..__. ...&*: ........................
i :. = .. Chicago ..__.___........___.21 14 .600
1A. **** Tint mdr.rl..ra hurrying'do-wn tbvitepA.Alteon j Lowest .. .... 75
..d jSN... ..(.t.NMO(..0"JOU'0.e nor'', !" H* aught both the 1- ) I I Cleveland --.... ...........20 15 .5711 I I Mean ..._--- : : : ::::::_::::::: .:.:::82 ; FOR REN1

ttrtnft tt *t*.MMII. ."tier'ol/W fathtt .:.*. gtrl'a- > di.I -got your message ,-. .. ,Detroit _.._......__ .....____20 11 .541 :(Normal! Mean _.. ..._..._ ..._..._81 ; BICYCLES-WE RENT
to roAg. / I* cl as soon I bae by the
*.t.T (*. _* *O.... Jtinmrm as got 'r411feD down I- I I Boston! --:..................19 li .528:!, Raiafall'i ; i ij i Hour, Day Week.
to Scotland Yard! child or Rep.irall
iEtde Qs. .ta fllhoi. 1t HI.urrttA. My dear --- ._ ._
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tot ka .11011111 IIlIn nee. eo makes and paint them with
,... ......". a. ...... ManurIlU r what baa happened! He looked '1 Philadelphia _..______.___12 22 .353:j I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.!

1 '<_( 1.4.v.tM11 mo..rri.eP1HtJr... ,.c<.tkd dbert...>.*... anxiously large young from man his who daughter stood waiting to the (GIANTS; DEFEAT OUR EXPEDITION:TO THE KEYS : SL Louis .................___ 9 24 .273 Normal. Precipitation .... .12. Ins.j i iTkl. supply No-Enamel.of parts.We Agent carry for a full the
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-osovera asa ItO 1IlI to o < IJkal reeved e.trea 24- rad
isa tee* tam..rsd wlle.Cbspter behind her.. -Cota. In! Com 'la! .....i.1t at N .......... I.'. mj ....D''-a.To.orrow' 11 11'I RoJlfast and Dayton Bicycles.
You've given a* the most appalling BOSTON BRAVES I NATIONAL LEAGUE 'I i I And sell them as low as $5.00
12 fright! 1 net tb* train last night y (By ,JOVE). Club- W. 1. Pct j Almanac I down and $1.00 per week. We

'THE CELLAR fit and 'you weren't' 4D It.,;and 1 waited I We left.the. transfer-eomer '20 *i
"- bolt at tiiit- hid the woman on'the off-chanc that you'd missed IN TWO GAMES minutes late and all -because Se-'I tion of Veterans .St, Loui. ...._...._...._...21 15 .583 j Sun sets 7:13 p. m. Bicycles Phone 276. J. R
were there to
TB* foreman Bntered tn 'ibtf It and then rang up Dover'and got f i 'had Chicago _.._..._.._._...18 14 .563 i j" Moon rises ..... 6:34 a. m. Stowers company 515 Dnval
fits. drawers Iff tarn florttfnfly. oo to the ponce and cabled to Laneanneirnd I villa to kiss his:wife. The I I greet us, headed by 'none other I Pittsburgh ____..............22 19 ..U7I 'Moon sets ,.__",_. 8:48 p. m. street. apr9-tf

."Looks 'al if someone's been at Lord<
tbtrt.--*' admitted 'retectaatly.Theo Jest off myself"to Dover, If 7011hadn't 125 mu JJ utes late" About 10 o'clock':,, and-a few other shell-shocked and Cincinnati ..........._16 19 .457 I A.M. P.M. FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric

'' 'great emphasis. "Ma and rang up! OVER WHITE $OX; the boys were hungry and they I'![' gassed heroes. /J'Philadelphia ......_.10 21 .333 ': High 9:58' 11:%5 j i ice bozo Archie Thompson,
my matH 'can't be responsible for Talking, they were already In the I I j 1! Boston ... __ ........_.. 9 27 .250 1
1001 Eaton 8
thisIT* couldn't! get Into the I Doses Robert Red*leading tae wa'y.bhidnm DETROIT TIGERS DEFEATST. I were served a nice breakfast pre-I I We were given a light lunch and 1 1I j I Low ... 3:10 5:00 street Phone 9-1.

"' "" upright Cgx re agitated, pared .by that-worW renown chef,' then taken to our quarters. It 1! I Barometer 8 a. m. today: maj24lrooXPIANO
onse. hi* small grey aogttaeh bristling LOUIS BROWNS I Ante! Albury. He'can prepare ham I !', GAMES\ TODAYi j Sea level 3001.,
011.TIiI'DOt blaming TOB. agreed I waa those formerly used by our -
his hafrtuQied.ad! kin fact baggard. eegs and bacon-'and'eggs like TUNING
.he lady earelessljr.. 'She left the man If anything could hxv. Impressed I I nobody's basinets. Charles Russell National Guards. We changed I II !: LEAGUEi I WEATHER FORECAST
tbers and"went on to tb. :
pantry: Alison with 'her. father1 It _. served the tables clothes and then PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo
anxiety Special! Thf .u ) well and was nl la to the ball game

'down In the th doorway.'passage the Into Mopped the kitchen.frown- was the sight of his crumpled trousers NEW YORK. June 1. -The New 1!'I' bit excited. I I After a few minutes of practice:I Chicago Cleveland at Detroit.St. Louis. (Till 8 p. m. Sunday) reno. Excellent piano for sale

,hIs coat which'ba" d.the tolled York Giants took both ends of a Peter Catro played cards as I Key Wet:: and Vicinity: Goner cheap. 1018 Division street.
blue collar I the game started at 3::30 p. m. and :j Washington at Philadelphia.Boston'at
logOn worn with tie aWI'1'ned doubleheader from the Boston I usnaL![ Blondy Roberts and Ever- ( m23-lmo
| fair and
dell'taJt'1. what York. Sunday -
the ..t od a brown his unshaven 'chin. At'all times a a game. I j New ; gentle
''teapot; two dirty cops, two plates dapper little man. be looked now .s Braves. and thereby Increased j i ett Higga played the. guitar while 1 1I ,I Gilbert Thompson and Mr. Rowe to moderate east' and southeast -
'-which bore tbe traces of recent egg though'be had Men put through rte their percentage leaders in thei i i I, Erne 'Sanchez sang some popular''' tfmpired. They did better than'> NATIONAL LEAGUE winds. ROOMS

'and .bacon. A brand-new w, shining IDan&Ie'la his clothes. National League standing. Babe !song Then the rhumba bandplayed I TvIem and O'Day, of the major New 'York at Boston.
'tin kettle sat on tM oil-stove. "if y derv; I got-your wire nd've Ruth NaiDed out of both garcc ;' a' few iwpular'Cuban'numj -!|" leagues! would have done. I I I I Philadelphia at Brooklyn. I, Florida: Generally fair tonight ""THE 'MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00,

'She picked It np and stared at 1L been waiting for yon all night at as the result of an injured knee. 4'j,'hers. -wf th'the words sung by John ,i Some of our regular players! did i; Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, : and Sunday followed by local $%.50 and $3.00 per week* .

:sharp-cut line between her thin the Croft HOBS. ,Warl y," 'she The Clevelahd Indians 'downed: Bennett and' E. Blanco those Cu- not show> up and ire used Willie!, St. Louis at Chicago. I, showers in northwest portion Sunday Double and Single. 128 N. E.T .

'tylucked eyebrowa. Her tongue slid stated tlsilng'him warmly."TLeCroft the Chicago White Sox with Clint i'ban 'troubad Ul'S. The passengers.'.' Aria and,Alfonso in the outfield I' : afternoon. 1 T r 4th street: }Miami Kla

'on' ,and wet her painted lips.:'She -which r Brown ndMel Harder 'doing the: ; made 'them'.play; '18 half dozen' and' they-did a good joT o'f it. request sang "Key Weston and he': Jacksonville to Florida Straits:1!r raay24-lmox

'put MM pale. reU-manlcnred hand *7fheyCroft, Boose. Warley,Sussek. Jlulling"Hnon Kenned was on times. Luis Crns'.woujbl not attend At first base, ,'!Juts was haying was applauded by all present. I'I I Moderate east winds over south i j *

''against the side of the kettle Dot I'dAre from yon asking me to the amurd,'for the Sox., io his work. as he wanted to,. a ; m revolution. coaching., From there -we were given a'', portion and gentle south winds j}I f FOR SALE

being! empty It was cold. meet ion there at eleven last night. The 1 D troit Timers defaacrj the ; hear arid see .the rhumba dancers. ;!'there and I had to request the party at the Anchor Restaurant on:i! over north portion and weather i i;
My)boitlgot ,In at eight I had .... I and Stn-'it L>FOR SALE-Frigidaire in good l lI'
Her eyes-dark, round and set so St. Louis Browns. The victorygave Joe Warren home..ickandj j deputy"to make hinv pipe down. Tavernier. Lennie Licata Voyles.I partly overcast! tonight

rather too near s big nos 'grewSrery just time to catch the' next train to the Tigers .an edge m 'the. lonesome and,aid not even want' to :After the,game vice >ere takento Marvin, Friffin. Hanson and SerI -;i'day. J'J'I j I'''i working: condition, $20.00. Apply

thooghtfnl as they rested ton'a].Warley and 1 blred'a car and drove three-gene reries after they bad heard' the good mafic. j I.r No.. 1 camp 'and-a-dwell! meal|I I I gent surely showed us a royal 1 I East Gulf: Moderate east and]- 625. Division street
I 'fryln -paD .'which:contained a .circle pit there-7" divided double The ship had a list when Winkey southeast winds. may30-tf
the bilL
'But I've never beard of the holiday- j j! ', was served! us by none other than time, and the party broke up in 1: j jI i I
of cold bacon fat and two bright In night played at Cin-' Adams put a-chunk of tobacco in' I*I "
a game is the morning. We
Sergeant the hours of
place Major Rede's weathered face 11Ies. wee WEATHE- 1 I' FOUND
spots of- .gg. -With Her thin. the Pirates defeated his mouth: Joe Stickney danced l CONDITIONS
nat4. Pittsburgh
grew Bnbe with Indignation. -It's -j I always to willing; tndo generoas.-;; were taken back to camp and one
bard she
'crooked ,
month compressed these> confounded foot at the telegraph the Bed Swift and Pad-: the 'Cuf>a rhumba in real Cuban';:;: From there we wpre taken to'; fellow fell off the truck and buried !I HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.
tamed and quick down !
away went i i fashion.! SevRla eras tickled pink : Pressure i is low this morning
one,! Masfv muddled den was the battery for the win-t j our quarters and the- boys took a'bath. in the sand.
the seven steps leading Into the op because it his first further I' himself over the Plains and West Gulf i iI i j i Owner may have same by paying
was trip -I I
ra.ith HoUineiworth rand ;i: bath- !
cellar. tile telegram! MosTve got two wires Really, they had a ;j ji I At 7:30 a. m. we had breakfast !!! for this ad'or return of

She turned the key went fn. mixed a',. 1 wired -to you tbat IooaWn't Campbell ia the seine capacity far(|,i Sol north'Adler than daneed'the No Name Key.rhumba I I i i they forgot ft was Sunday and not at Camp 3 and dinner at ramp 5.;I|}I State Dakotas.!, with Williston a disturbance N. D.over, 29.52 the t I mine taken by mistake Jefferson -

1I'albd'tbtoecla It. first taming on nseet the beat'and would beat the losing aggregation: : ;: Saturday. ,i I We visited! every corner of the i B. Browne. junl-tf
Victoria at eleven. These were the only i:and other steps in real professional -i j At headed for''''' inches; while a high pressure!! area
the main switch then all the tights ; .c.meillplayed !I 7:30 p. m., we Ley*. The band played at camp 51' I'r.
tylt and "was applauded by all crested over the lower Lake region
one by one. In the farthest cellar, by in either of the major]Ipresent.I I j,i No. 1 camp and there the rhumba. until ready to catch the ferry for'' FEMALE HELP WANTED
and Ontario most
I lh.' fallen 'roll of linoleum she -WOO POOR darling- Alison In leagues. 1|{I band played a half dozen numbers'!';,' good old Cayo> Hueso. At 1:45 p. overspreads sec- i I
Black kick oat I dons east of Mississippi River.I .
Dr trot I
ber tympttby forgot-"ber own summaries a'great
stopped. The : I J)I of this and he jealoas because and Ernest Rang the "La we left for home. I j I Detroit. :Mich. 30.24 inches. Scat- A DDRESS ENVELOPES at home
Istress. "You' nrost'v been dl- LEAGUE was .cun-I Im.
For a moment she stood staring NATIONAL j I with
tracted!" I the girl J danced with Sol and wouM racha" so popular The ball players band and FeyWest 'I tered I : showers and thunderstorms; rparetime; $5 to $15 weekly.
face : '
Into the recess ner blanched a Firtt-GaaM ,
I I erans. Then we surprised Camp'Nro. ';. officials of the FEU take i! Experience Dignified -
picture of surprise and consternation "1 was. 1 tell yon.TV* been on to At Boston "R. H. E.} not dance'' with him. The doctor|. ;i have occurred during the !last 24 unnecessary
t 3 and here they not only played i iI 'I work. Fend for
horror and fear. Twice she Scotland Yard half the Bight!" He New York __..._15 20 2':l I requested the orchestra! to ploy this means of thanking: nil the]k l hours in the Plains States north- ;] tamp par-

bent forward as If she doubted her wrinkled np his round and pleasant Boston _.., ..__._.:.. 3 7 i j Fomething hot. I|; but danced the famous rhumba.j j''I veterans.. Miss Butters and her:. ern Texas, the middle Mississippi j j II ticulars. HAWKINS. Dept
6j This number was danced by Alfonso the hotel and each and I 247, Box 75. Hardmond. Ind.i .
i at
'own eyes.Thea. face In laughter as he turned to Guy. Batteries: S.huma her and!! James Meek by his facial expression : guests Valley central Florida and In Atlantic -I j
slowly ber expression Only-got one daughter and I can't Mancufo.\ )'rattRhl'm. Benton 'I seemed to be Sotch. He'' and Borges. Bennett and I|every one that made our stay on'i coast districts from North i if i ij i junel-ltx

changed. '(let eyes grew thoughtful.her afford to lose ber. thought she and 'Ho an Muelle. I'I stock by 'two riri passengers: he Blanco rang some very nice: songs'ithe:I key a pleasant one. j:f Carolina northward. the heaviest i
mnst'v fead'eome awful accident. I and the boys surely did wild. 'a
: ]
long fitters tapped Impatiently met on the ferry. He was too go I, rainfall being: 1.24 inches at Abi-aI
against her %lp. Suddenly like aperson sever trust French trains.I Secoad-Came I tight to share them with the. From there we drove to the I i, Bats are about the worst,i: lene Texas. Temperatures con-I'I FUNERAL HOME

who has made up ber mind Alison smiled at bar -companion."This At Boston -''* R. H. E.I,I friends. | MatecumbeHotel and here we I["public enemies' on a farm.I II ]1! tinue seasonable throughout the':'. E.t.btUWi 49 Year
she laid down the bag and gloves Is Mr. Wee urn father, who'tbeen C. B. Smith was running allover I;j were treated with royalty by Miss;says G. C. Oderkirk of the U. S.'I country from the Plains States j]! Key W..I' Oldest
New York _..._ ....._ 49_ 11 'I
a perfect lamb and belped methroagb. I i
which tbe held and cot to work deck Butters and her guests Music and I biological In addition I eastward. <, 24-Ha A.I .la.e. S.rvlc.
the trying: to keep away ; : survey. toj .
." Boston __._.._...... _-, 212 0
Four minutes later pale sod pant : from Dr. Black because the doc-! dancing was enjoyed by all until I1 destroying feed they kill babylehicka G. S. :EN EDY. 1JceD. EmbalmerPb.135
tag as jr. oruccostjomejtjlo! j taking Major Rede extended drj'elderl j Batteries: lIu'b1lell Tmd ManeuA tor wanted'nlt.Smithy'had. not-i:.Jl dDight..Jb.. Bennett,..by-.apeeial I by thoutande. I'*I. Official in Charge]j.I -..Hi.ltt40.wI
heavy exercise. she stood tacVanddueled l ty-'hana' aDdu' e4 -tbe--Tonngman's ; Cantwell-and'IIn"gan'Muel:
a roll of bills but a roll of film" =-- .
It bard. -
her bands and dress parti entarty wringing ler. -
carefully, looking back the "-Well yon mast tell me all about At the dinner table. Gentiles I --

while over her shoulder as If afraid IL Yonre had breakfast of courser:* At Cincinnati R. H. F.' Smith and Mack had jewfish and

that someone might come and End' -Tea.' They both smiled at that Pittsburgh ,_. 46 the Jews had ham and eggs. I

her there. Thin very quietly and memory. Alison added. "But I bad Cincinnati _._...::...._ 1 'C :3 Miss Chapman was Sol Adlers
Swiftly, she ran back on tiptoe to stay the Bight la aa empty home Batteries: S* if t and Padden; partner. Miss Christine Montgomery
through tbe cellars switching off tbllftbu and what 1 want most at the moment Hollingsworth and Campbell. crave: a few exhibitions in I
and locking the door. Is a bath and a change If yon'll look dancing the rhumba tangos and FIRMS

Kb* bad gained the drawing room after Mr. Westnrn. Philadelphia 'at Brooklyn postponed whatnots with Joe Stickney.The .
again: when tile mover seeing her Guy Intervened bastlly.Oh. numbers were greatly enjoy-

stBodlec by tbe desk touched his! Til get home thanks. rain. ed by all present. .

forelock and asked."Nothing else I II -Stay and hat a drink. Stay and I1 I )ft.- Adler. Mack Smith and Dr. I .....
Who Give You Service-Patronize
have, a glass of sherry Major Rede I. ..
there bat what's In tbeee rooms anapttilrs. I Black :came to Key West' to attend -I ... /
nodded his butler wbo hovering At Chicago R. H. E.
madam? Anything to clear at was i the Maonic! Convention that 1
eaUlde or'down below! !" In the background. -Get some Cleveland _-*. 691
held here last
-Nothing.- said the lady Ther sherry Perter. 1'ea.70U mOILn. Chicago ___..__.. 263 j was !
Mr. Smith took the 'place of a
are one or two things In the out. almost drove tbe young 'man Batteries: 'C. Brown Harderand .j-I;' sober Seminole 'Indian while the

Medic. I think, but rm leaving those before him Into tbe library linking Pytlak; Kennedy and SewelLAt themselves.II BARBECUED ROSES
his In Alison's and I other!! were enjoying JOHNt. PARK
arm squeezing
,for tbe new tenant to take over. Indianeuetom SANDWICHESPrepared THIS SPACE:
lIe kept watch true to the
Then we'll get en with it." agreed It as though the mere sight of ber Detroit R. II. K. "
the OUFa.hioBedway
the man. safe and sound was too precious to St. Louis ...__ 5 10 0 j in doing his duty-believe
not with all the trii.,. PIECES A
be lOlL or
"Tn. She bad tamed away before Detroit. 662 I 328 SIMONTON ST.
she added shall have to ran Guy's protests were lot la a, flood Batteries: Weiland. Knott and j* A joke on Dr Black made the SANDWICHES of all ki.J. SPECIALTY

Into AVarley. but 111 be back before of Insistence: Alison's plea at least Hem'ley 'Sullivan. Hogsett and I rounds on the ferry. While in Key I 12 Insertions
you've done. to b* allowed to go and powder her ; i West be ,got his Spanish mixed. lIe lOc 35eCOLD

By the gate she paused' to, slip, .nose was vetoed Cochrane. '!, knew'how, to say "I love you" in i PLUMBINGi TO PLANTS and VINES ," "

\tte big key of the cellar furtively) JWpewrferWhat; do yon want wltb i Spanish, but forgot; to tell the i BEER .", '

lato her bag; then, she west out powderat, your age? She doesn't Boston at 'New York, postponed girls in Spanish how to turn him 1 ". Wi_. Soda. Eta PER MONTH

and got Into ber red rnaaboaL There need' L'does she?. Come 'on. 'yon rain. j ll"o He Ilad,4-i; ; cl: on hit 9I SOUTH FLORIDA

were two spots of bright pink color mutt be/Read. my dear. A glass .tsherfyn J.friend; Smith-t break the strangle t .PUMPS PAY UiA VISIT*

,ial er tbla. sallow cbefeks. and her do'you a world of good!" Washington", al;.Philadelphia..tp;.'hold .the) cirls .had'op.livn\ and. Mr. t. j ",:" ..c..t: 'YeF"WtL a s.:1." t '
8rk eyes .moldered, a* she started The sherry served ia tall Venetian be played today.BASEBALL. f Sot 'v aDr f .'PllU1.IBING.SUPPLJES.: NURSERY I I i I

op_the car and drove away."PHIS glasses was very good and very Black' gave an exhibition of ', rPHONE o.j ART'S'BARBQUEDivision : $3.00
dry; If neither Alison nor Guy I and 'comct' imi-1
GAMES tango; dancing 1348. and Sinoaton SU.
is IL" Westnrn It. the elder man PHONE 597
tation of Rand's fan dance.So .
did. His color began to return his Sally j I -NO FLIES-
held ont her hand ant
: Adler. .
hey drew In towards the curb before wearied eyes to brighten H listened I HERE TOMORROW did Sol and
Misses Walker Chapman
No. 'U! Chester Square.It .. In horror to Alison's very carefully HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
pruned account of her adventure, Montgomery: sang a few numbersand -READ-
was'a tall house one of those SELECT SEA FOODS
also danced. By the way" INSURANCEOffice
solid seven-story bouses which were which touched only! very rightly en

built In the days when money and ber fright In the bathroom whileit The Trojans baseball nine will! Misses Gene and Christine Stell Walker Montgomery 'i Jewfuh, 2 0>.. -.__.._-- 3SYUowt THE KEY WEST\ '
emphasized Gay's and Gaffe'sguardianship Anne Chapman eta,
labor were plentiful Some ot the part cross bats with the Cuban Club
other houses had been converted and glided diplomatically outfit in the firat game of a baseball -'. I : of Jackson Mi.*.. were on U Steak 2 sa... 3Sc : 319 Dural Street

into Data, but No. 712 still bad kept past the fact that Guy bad doubleheader at the Navy Its air of comfort. its stayed there all night long. by danrfng and singing to the
prosperous Field tomorrow afternoon. 2 0... _. ., 25c
;tiled entrance made gay by bay trees LncTty thing you turned np." hi H. Wickers will hurl for the i' tune of the Cuban ruhmba band. i TELEPHONE NO.1

In bright metal-bonnd tabs Its paintwork Judged. -She mlghfve got killed. I Trojans with J. Navarro on the i We arrived at Lower Matecumbe Saapper, 2 Ib*. 25 Smbscription $2 Per Year
spotless and Its door adorned shall writ to the telegraph oOc for the I' 1 'Me ton Flab 2 tb*. 2S
with labor-making, brilliantly tbrasa. and complain. I ahaU.raise hen .. receiving: end. Battery .. West'a -THE-- Try Yaw M..!. At
Key .
W 1 find out who's responsible Cubans win be: M. Sanchez and) FRESH 'SHRIMP Only Sunday

Guy Westurn looked op at the Sending a young girl' off Ilk* that In M. E9q1 naJd.. 'j I 1, Paper Delmomco Restaurant
home with dablons the middle of the.night HI final The opening contest is 1 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERAlLENCOMPANY
a expression as
uled 'to get under way at 2:36 Business Office Citizen ".WeNor Beer ______ 11c
he asked Ton live here" anon was quenched In dry sherry. RUSSELL'SCIGAR -

"Tea." Alison waved<< her hand.There's rc.nrr<0fc'.LOSS*'Ilp Jf. ITtecftJ o'clock. i I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Covrao Diaaora, ...__
The second will between
Robert my father .......)11' .Aaa.n takk. op Gq- a picked team game and the winners of |: l rnONE" UI' PHONE 51 -------- ROe TSc, mm* 8S.
Rede at the
standing _.
and 4 nt and Mm. l i I ,
the initial contest l r -

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F!I Salt Lake City Aug. 29. 1877. History.ee..a..eie.e -0-- 534 Fleatiog ateet

s 1 ....... 'in 'Tery package Offered in 3 Grades

Anniversaries1C37 1831- John Bell Hood one of .t Daily Baseball Returns y' '' FUNERAL HOME '
the highest ranking Confederate 1792-Kentucky admitted to I R, of STAR, tb 2Sc;

........................ generals in the war, New Orleans Statehood. l 'By Wise \ WatehDeets DlplfM41. SyaipatTMtiaC LARGO tb 18c;

merchant after war, born at Ow- PRINTINGDONE v. & S.. Ib ISc.
i French Jesuit- Jaeqaes Marquette,;{ nigsvilte Ky. Died Aug. 30. 1879. 1796-Tennessee admitted to ---0- I I If **,.
mismionary-explorer Statehood II f g{ BY US Buy It At Your Local
in America, born in France. Died I 1 COME IN AND GET THE

near the present Ludtagton' ,i 1835-Edward \Valler Claypole. Harbor I RESULTS OF THE It I WATCHMAKER JEWELER LICENSED :EMBALMER Grocery Store
Cold .
Battle of
19 I noted American professor andge.logiat -THEARTMAN -
Jliclu. May 1C76V IJ
born in England. Diedat Ya--eostliat aad most futileof ; i t AND ENGRAVER Roasted in Key West by

Long Beach CaL. Aug. 17,.. Civil Wart ** l] 'LEAGUES See Him For Ynr Next "Work PRESS A-.s.- ......
\ ISO=Caroline Lee Rents, pop- 1901. I -0-- STAR COFFEE MILL
'War Southern! author of her day f4ri} ALL PRICKS SEDUCED
1865-Solemn Fast Day CIGARETTES J
i 1GA"as.. Citizen Bldg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT 512 Greene Street
born at Lancaster Mass" Died inFlorida. 1869-Ernest Fox Nichols, noted late President Lincoln. d .. Hearsrt. 12I "to-6
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t College president, born at"LeavenI -Epic press-agent .
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**' SOCIETY YOUTHS GO TO I PERSONAL MENTION I with day from the local Gainesville unit and for to a visit look 1[ALTAR DEDICATED j!;LOCAL ORDER TO

over spraying projects being

:-: : : REFORM SCHOOLTWO l..1 I carried coin this section of the TOREV.A.R.E.ROE I ATTEND CHURCH

Leland Gwynn was an arrival! Paul Boysen left Thursday aft state.
.S S S S S S S.S S S.S S S S.. S S S S S S S S S 55.S S S S S S S S S S S S S SS ]l i
Thursday from Miami to spend ernoon for business visit of several -

Miss Leona Henriquez Weds KEY WEST BOYS TAKEN while with relatives. I days in Miami Delio Cobo brother of Dr. LATE The Fleming Street Methodist
Cobo, wro is in his third WAS AT ONE Church
: will have as their quests
: Raymond Felton Last Night AWAY THIS MORNING BY Alfonso Gomez brother of Harry Shuck, who was spending I I year studies in dental surgery at. TIME PASTOR OF KEY I Sunday evening, the Tiger TailI
,: SHERIFF THOMPSON State Senator. Arthur Gomez who a few weeks in Key West with his Dental College ta1arrived ) I Tribe, No. 19. Improved Order ofI
------ I was 'spending several months with family left Thursday afternoon yesterday to spend the hoi-i{: WEST CHURCH I I Red Men.\ and their sister lodge

':Miss Leona Henriquez. daughter was the attendant to the groom. I relatives and friends in Miami, returned for a business visit in Jackson-I Ways with his family. I IDr.Q I the Daughters of Poeahontas.::

of ,Mrs. Edith Henriquez and The marriage was a quiet affair -I ,'lbursday.I ....A $'JI ville.) tt 'urelio--:; } The pastor Rev. Shaler Peele' ,
Marco Chavez and OdelkrVV I I- arrival
and witnessed S.I was an I Dedication of will
I only by altar the
Felton son-of Mr. and was I &:t. E ':"'lIV 'I Y. an to preach a sermon especially for
Raymond the immediate family of the young asco, youths who were sentenced ,I Wm. alendell.'proprletor of The t I Earl Hathaway left Thursday,; yesterday from Miami to spend! memory of Rev. A. R. E. Roe late '|the occasion. His subject will be:
MrS-VlVilJUm Felton, were married the !llulZ! left 'Thursde afternoon to ern a ,few {lays with relatives and attend i "
couple. to State Reform School by Vre of I! "Love and the Mysteries.
( rector Berwick
''I hut evening at 8:15 o'clock: in the I The newlyweds.are quite popular I Judge J. Vining Harris left for kneet :a clothing..safcsman '''':'lIi- ::1 Ifs has i(111a' (a !'tyt'llfu. \?$ Reeling of the East II Paris Church i
I Coa' t District Dental is described in a recent issue of
tini; bmi-'and purchase. stock of Society 1
Presbyterian Rev. at 'men's "Pin
Church, I among large circle of friendsin ( ( peT '.Img money" fines are used at
J.'C.,..Gekcler officiating. this city; all of whom tender Marianna this morning in custody' we'ai for the new1 store to"' be 91 the keys. ing held today and tomorrow in I the Nassau Guardian reproduced Eagle Pass. Tex, to enforce the

"*':The bride's attendant was Miss congratulations wishing' them all !, of Sheriff K. O. Thompson. bpenetf on Duval street in,j7e. r wsec- -. I Key \JTest.Mrs. I' from the Sussex County Herald. ; headlight ordinance. It cos.

,Helen Russell, while henry'Higgs. happiness in their married life. I The prisoners pleaded; guilty;tf I.'i" { Claude..Albury, chief oLthe U.' Rev Roe: _was .at one time i pa- motorists 25 cents the first tim .
and ,radio set I
I theft of a bicycle "!Mr\ ''W. W. Williamson, who S. immigration bureau in Key:j Robert Winks and daughter lor 01 M. reters church in Key} -- --o.-
-- -------'- from the Stowers Music Jlouie who I Weft and is remembered hun-
Winnifred spending
.. !was pending a short vacation with West who had been ..bserit for were by <. lages including the Bahama Is-
Gala Dance TonightHabanaMadrid 1 I Church Croup To about two months ago. The articles -I her mother Mrs. Agnes Pritchard 1 ont. week on business in liami,, three weeks with Mrs. Winks't drcds of the members of that''j lands where the late rector had
I were recovered. and other relatives left Thursday returned this afternoon. sister in Cuba. returned Thursday church and of St. Paul's.The I(I !ministered for
-many -
Club I I Attend Assembly Traveling in company with I'' afternoon for her home in were met by Mr. Winks and left altar is of grey oak, with the funds for the years altar provided
Sheriff Thompson were CharlesL. Miami. for the home in Miami. crucifixion candlesticks of oak
I 1 Captain M. M. Watler was an
Roberts the Porter-Allen I
.Habana-Madrid Club will hold:! Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming ft arrival yesterday to spend short and bronze with an inscription ;,I
company and Frank O. Roberts Mr( Francis Moore left :scroll also of oak. The inscription j
I Miss Helen Holt annual visitor yesterday grey -
;Gala I Dance: tonight in honor of:I Street Methodist church, will justice of the who are go- vacation with Mrs. Watler'and the
peace to West to the winter afternoon for Islamorada after reads r "Of your charity
the Graduates of 1935 of Key i'I leave ,over the highway Monday ing to points in the state! on busi-i with Key Mrs Charles spend Curtis at the I children. __ a short visit at the home of her pray for the soul of Albert Reuben -!I OUTSTANDING VALUEof

West High SchoOL All members of morning accompanied by a group D ess. i sister-in-lavr. }!rs. Victor Moffat. Edward Roe Parish Priest j
of { home, corner Caroline and Simon-I Mrs. Ed Saunders came in yesterday the-
this clan' are invited by the man-I' young people from the church m ton streets left Thursday after- from Homestead for I of Berwick, 192$.-1934, in whose ,
I to, attend the Annual Young a stay ,
agement. to be their guests. People's Assembly to be held at BAND CONCERT noon for her home in New York. of a few days with relatives and Mrs.\ Leon McFarland and three.' 21.memory 1935.; "is set this altar March\ I I: U. S. A.

This affair is expected to draw Southern friends. children arrived Thursday from
College Lakeland Fla.
John L. Stowers of I Miami to while with Mrs.McFarland's .I' Subscriptions raided from the j
Havana arrived spend a
I I -
a large crowd as up until this :aft-I In the party will be Miss Mary JACKSONSQUARE people of the
and friends
Thursday on the Steamship I i' Zollie Kyle: of the railway'sconstruction brother and parish : )
Felton. of the Youngi
croon man7 more reservationsthan i i I president Cuba from Havana, and left later forces who was in I law, Mr. and )Irs. Paul and parishioners from other vil-
People's Lergve of the church
usual had been made for the ; sisterin-i --- !
for Atlanta. and other relatives.
Key West for few busi-
a days on
Miss vice I ;
I I Mayfield Knowles president Deerfield Fla., where she will,
: .
galnevent PROGRAM TOMORROW TO BE i.V-J .Ieft
1, ; Mj*> Minnie Knowles and r w"r | flees yesterday afternoon for '
-J :The management of the HibaiiaMadrid -J U>i Beatrice, Spence.iIbeassembly F. E.AlberlfL executive offices. Pigeon Key .-...,.'H' ..- MiSs Jessie Isaacs, widely acclaimed visit her son-in-law rand "tftragh-1 5C

Club states that they !: ; ;: will last for one FEATURED*& BY DARNALLTS- of the-_at ion.,I ""'.''.-'-5,1* : portrait painter, who spent ter. Air. and Mrs. L. V. Wai -ti ;
5 illdo everything possible to see:, week and: the delegates and COMPOSITION return business -| Miss Lorace Peeples.! English: yesterday afternoon int Key West!I I She was accompanied by her:
; pastor '
4hat' conference in Jacksonville. J t i guest' of l\I&:. W. Hunt Harris I II granddaughter, Betty Archer whw
very.graduate and every'; other. wilf return to Key West nextSaturday. : ,teacher at !tjltf fCf- 'West High j I. I j I
.,person atte-idinjf tonight'will ( i* --.g_. !fj fjFroilanfrG&oonVr' .,:School UfVyesifcf'Ifp! afternoon J I daughter, Miss Minnie Porter I|,I is i ij returning to her parents in Miami -'
; '*3r> aW.Mrs. \ I. !j I Harris, left yesterday for Talla- after a visit with her grandparents -
have for her &
the time of their life.;* 'OJ ,. Others who. are expected to at-I fijome iif vling:; Gt *en,j 'I
Music for the affair wflM'feefrrnuhed tepd.fh; assembly are Miss LouiseXetchum. A number by Marcy B. Dar- \ Fran '.'&[. Gat )arrived. where;I she! will;'jpj il- her, nca-;;'I hai'see wire i.se will remain for ] in Key West >j 1
naIl fomlereditor of The Key
by the IIabana-)lglJri"OrcheJitaa. :: Miss Vanessa, Collins I I afternoon Yrom) Atlanta Ga.,,.tion with the family I'I a while before leaving for her ,
West Citizen, who now resides in 1 of' 'Harry' Barbecue Sandwiches
Southern'i I home in California. Mrs. Warren ife
.< 'This dance band *NM and Miss Carolyn Sands from First where he is a student at

chosen, a program/ of appropriate Methodist! Church and Miss Gladys I Florence Ala., will feature the i I I Dental College, and will spend a|:i j Mrs.\ Harry Albury left yesterday -!' Warren cashier at the customs Curb Service
Welter Cornet Band concert toI
'if mberj for toe occasion. 1 Russell from Ley Memorial 'few days with relatives before: afternoon for Miami where Miss Wilhelmina Goehring "1111 I house left yesterday afternoon i|

( Church. I be presented in Jackson Square I j leaving for Havana. 1 1I F,gibe will spend a while, with rela-I j r leave on the afternoon train for i with the childien for Denver PLAZASANDWICH
NeUetts Are14twint Sunday afternoon beginning at I I I tives and friends. 1,! New Orleans where she will enter Colorado where she will spend awhile
i ":30 o'clock. i I I i Tulane University for a course of 'I with her family. She was
Russell, head of the'] J J I SHOP
Mr. .
Today And Mr:. Wilson 1. America. ,'{I immigration border patrol in KeyWest ;? Mrs. F. F. Hoffman who left study. Miss Goehring who is a : accompanied as fir as Miami\ LIrs. ,

I j Coming For VisitMr. 2. March "American; Army returned this afternoon,'' several weeks ajo for a visit with I i I teacher in the p'.Ji>lic schools of :\ B. B. Warren. :Mr. Warren's 503 Duval Street

Rev S. A. Neblett, who arrived Life." Adjutants Call (c) Tatoo,, from Miami where he had been. her sister Mrs. A. 1.. Brazil In 1!! Key We!t. is quite popular among I mother.

here from Cuba on Thursday 'fora. and Mrs. Edward Wilson, (d) Taps-Marcy B. DarnalL i attending a session of the United Tampa. and afterwards left with I f r! a large circle of friends, many Of,1,I -
3. Selection. "Mascot" ( ) ; !: whom will her to I
visit with relatives plans to accompanied by their daughter a States grand jury. relatives for visits in Detroit i accompany
"Sweet Are Kisses" (b) Gobble '(t station to bid her bon voyage. -
leave the Niagara
today on return trip to Lucretia are expected to arrivein Falls Windsor.! Canada,
his home in the Island Republic. Key West tomorrow evening Duet (c:) Coaching Chorus-Aud-'I ?Irs. Edward Cruz left Thurs-,r and other points, returned 'on theSteamship I i'I II III Style and Quality!
While in, ran, arr. by Mackie-Beyer.: Mrs. Charles Archer, of Caroline HOL TSBERG'SMonday
Key West Rev. Neb from p'enFacola.i Fla., where they day afternoon :or Coconut, Grove' Cuba from Tampa thin r
,lett presided at the christening are now making their residence 4. March, "Washington Post":I j for a short visit with her parents morning. street, left recently for
ceremonies of two of-his grand' Mr. Wilson John Phillip Sousa. !'I .- Smart FOOTWEAR/
being employed with ; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Key. I SaleNew
; i
children. 5. Fox Trot, "Wagon Wheels ''I
the United States government Margaret Neff daurhter: 1' KEY WEST
His son. W. R. Neblett and forces there. Billy HilL :|I it' Miss\ M. B.:Jenkins, who i of Mr.\ and Mrs. E.'R. Xeff. arriv-I I I II PUMPS STRAPS
spending'' 6. Selection "Maritana." ( ) ( was in i COLONIAL! HOTELIn shipment of Sheer Print.
'wife who have been They will visit here with Mrs. a I I ]Key West for.a short visit left ed Thuroda fromTalJaha.oosee! ... ISc
tome time in this city will also ?ifl5 parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Prayer Angelus (b) "Alas!. Those',I.Thursday afternoon for her home. where she i is a !student >at Florida TIES SANDALS Dab per Batiste. 40 inch, regular25c.

leave this afternoon for their C. Gardner at their home on Flem- Chimes Are So Sweetly Stealing.,:in Rocky Mount N. C. } State College: for Women accom-I the Center of the Businessand Women who appreciate real on sale. yard 20e

home in Norfolk, Va.. {Jing street. (c) "Turn On Old Time" (d) panied by her grandmother! Mrs.J Theater District I rhoe Ityle'wil1 quickly take ad- Another shipment; of Hats all

"Scenes That Were Brightest" C. Neff.; A party of friends vantage of the special reduc- colors .... .._....... $1.00
Wallace, arranged by Mackie- Misses Corinne Mosby.and Ann and schoolmates of Miss'Neff, met! First CIat_Firaproof- I, tions offered for Monday on Beautiful Chiffon Voiles, on

Beyer. Neblett, teachers in religiou. I I them on aJT.iv .. .. Sentiblo RaU. our stock of fine Footwear- sale, per yard 35<<
SEE BRAZILIAN PRODUCTAS I 7. March, "Our Director-" schools in' Havana, wjio were l. j! such a variety.-whites, and AI&UinllOn'A Printed Chiffon.regular
colors--all sizes and widths. ,
spending short stay!! in Key Vet li: I COFFEE 'SHOP NOW OPEl $1.50. yard $1.00I
I. Bigelow.! left Thursday afternoon for their I t ,IIi;*s Barbara Albury. student at Phoenix and Kayser Silk I New Tnpple Sheers reduced to

THREAT UNITED STATES CROP 8. Selection. "II Trovatore"a I homes in Jacksonville. .Key West High School left yev! Elevator Hosiery. Chiffon and Service -.. per yard ..._.........._ $1.00
) "Thou Shall Be Mine." (b) ; terday afternoon, to! '. spend the Carat weights, special 79c I New Travel Print Silk, washable

"Fierce Flames Are Raging," (c) j summer vacation'with .her parents; o.-Popular- Prica. ..... ... yard ......._ .. $1.00
By RAFAEL ORDORICA A mission from Japan has come "Gypsey Song." (d) "Tempest of Amos Johnson son of Mr. *n.. at Iflamorada. I I pairMONDAY Rough Crepe 45 inch on
...._ .. I Mrs. Amos Johnson of Miami", ONLY! ... .. ..
( 1. Frr fl |! to Brazil to swap large cotton the Heart" (e) "Anvil Chorus" ---- sale ;yard ... 69c
: ::
and Billy Johnson, eon of Mr. an4) 2Se Pillow Tubing, sale,
RIO DE JANEIRO. June 1.-: markets for the of mimi.I Verdi. arr. by Mackie-Beyer. : Dr. J. H. 30 Pieces 40 Inch on
lifting Montgomery of the'
I' Mrs. Arnold ..._......
Jack5on- ZOc
Johnson of per yard
here trade :
An American to study 9. Thombone
gration barriers. smear "Sally tate 'plant board
; arrived ycstcr- ,
II III Pcperell Sheets. double bed
I nIle arrived this afternoon for
and business trends believes Dra-
Trombone, Flilmore. PRINTED'SILKS
j i Japan' annuaj imiorta of'American : ie. regular: $1.25 $1.00
t\fif cotton development, "looks'like I raw 'cotton were placed at 1 10., "Star Spangled Banner" visit with their grandparents Mr., MONROE THEATER ---i_ Children's Sun Suits, all Fixe..

a.threat to the United States." 1 l,5OOQOObaI< s., ,by; 'Arub&gbadorSetsugo Francis Scott Key. and Mrs. Otis Johnson.. at.._.................... 6fe
"But I would not call it a.challenge -'I 'Rudy'Vallee-Ann'DYonik, I FLAT CREPES 2-piece Sails Halters and)

," he said skeptical of its year attains Sawada.its goal If of Brazil 2,000,000 next I I........................ Carl Krippendorf. of Cincin ---in- CHIFFONS ', $hortsat.------ lac
I If "I
duration. Today's nati Ohio returned Thursday SWEET Music'" Girl Bathing Suits, 38 to
bales it will have just 1.500,000: HoroscopeThe DOTTED SILKS : 34, at ............. ... $1.98
'Yet in the next breath he wasspeculating from a fishing trip of three weeks 1. ?
whether to]I for export. Its textile industry I........................ in the waters around ComcdyamjNews<< CRINKLE CREPE Fine Printed Organdy, see
seriously according: to Jack Ivey, commercial Tortugas Matiaetl B lc .;,.IOca Orchetra. *- ROUGH CREPE } I ,,'indoper yard 2Sc
line and enter : this will during which time he cauzht. he.
give present day :
up person
attache of the American embassy -' .tS.ZCka NAt" ,,15.Z5: TAFFETA House Dresses, fast color 50.
lbe, Brazilian cotton business. cannot consume over 500- I !gain a knowledge of the arts and told The Citizen. 1511 fiMt of f SATINS $5.00: Silk Dresses $3.95
OTM". To Eras Haadicapt 000 bales. i sciences; will be thorough and about 30 different kinds. He left "J.rkoo.inj, Item1 HoStS'THE f ; $6.95 large size Dresses reduced

Brazilian officials and cotton Cotton here also drew : make himeslf understood. With a for his home in the afternooa. SEMINOLE I LACE 'I I to ............ $5.00
men deny to Americans that this men en- [ kind sympathetic nature, the disposition EYELET New shipment Wash Dresses:

country can displace the United couragement from a statement; i will !generally be gentle SUMMER SCHOOL AutoRepairing SPECIAL 1 on sale .,..-........_.._.. $1.98
made in New York to the correspondent Expert I If
States in any foreign cotton mar I and benevolenL .with a desire to Janior and Senior High School t per yard .._*... uuCSurprising i I Ra>on Bedspreads regular!:
of 0 JorjiaF of Rio de ; ..._.
; $1'0. sale
} need. Start Monday, I on $1.25
ket. But among themselves they help and console those in subject ;
( quality and Iota Pillow
Jinefo by George KcFadden.president ... I Cases. good grade. no
recognize :that the 'stupendous of the New York Cotton r J 10 -t f of pretty patterns. At thin ,I starch. 5 for ..... .. $1.OO
development which lifted -ttfodue1- Excbahge.; 'He Parker county Texas peach MAKE. ARRANGEMENTS'. ; price you can buy enough to'' "I 25* White Indian Head, on
tion.from 326,340 bales in 1932 quoted as ,' growers reported their orchards &dw. wrrirOSCttrT t t.L I We Are Acquainted With i make yourself several dresses.' I' !sale, yard 20c
to '1, 52.220 in 1934, found ita paying' : have set one of the largest crjp3 : NORM'AN p"U ri : I Be on time! Doors open at. I II 'j I Heavy Unbleached }Muslin;

principal incentive in crop \ *'*' ;{* Vnl"s the United States takes in recent years. 727. ETto_ .'Street. .. ; : Every Kind of Auto. : I 8:30 a. m. This is positively, regular 15c: 8 for $I-OO
Ktoc.V of its present restriction experiment I ': : mobile the best buy this season. "'- Roy Wash Soita. on sale SOc
trietion in America. '. .. .... .... I :
we shall wake uo one 't. ,' '" j JtlJarfcMm Handmade Baby Dresses SOc
A' dearth of labor,1wasteful! AUTO PAINTING Special Sale
day to.find we have lost our markets *.H+r.Florida j jCHtlk'Jk > on Kayser Mesh Gloves SOc
and 'exhaustive uses of soil permanently to Brazil and! 7 <.RINKR< : ....... A 'Specialty t 3-YEAR GUARANTEED I KatiKte 2-piece Pajamas $1.0O
inefficient and desultory sales! D. ARONOVITZ Joe Pearlman's Inc. human borae-lik. ImlMuliuJt.b New Taffeta Slip, all (.Colors
methods are considered Brazilahandicaps other countries. : .re you will find poet 1.dII4..I GOODYEAR TIRES, I SHEETS and PILLOW' at ....._..........._... > $1.00
in a drive to become _fort .ad tmtrnulmmtmt a tnat'j, TUBES AND BAT- CASES MONDAY : White Dotted Swiss, 36 inch

ohe of the world's great cotton RAILWAY TRAVEL R DEPARTMENT STORE "QUALITY SHOP" ter of great Importance. TERIES per yard ......... .. :25c

producers. To offset each. plans'h SAFEST IN EGYPT Key Wett' Only Complete I SATURDAY AND MONDAYsALE' A sits fireproof-0'--..II4I,.* located.J I -THE- New Hand Klaxon, per yard 2e
; Store I. ... heart or the eitrCterr AUTO ACCESSORIESfor Embroidered Pillow
ve'been drawn at national' Department ;
up I J Make of Car STOREOFFASHION Cases for Gifts .. $1.98
cotton conference the first ever1 nuotn with Combination
held In' this country attended by!1 CAIRO, Egypt. June 1.-Rail-. One case of Sheer Flowered I Beamtifa! New Sheer Drc".., and Shower Italh. Radio. KlertriciCelling REASONABLE City' Leading Ladie Store SEE
!' Voiles. 40 inch wide OC Slat FOR OTHER
r'an. Dwr
delegates from 14 states. daintily trimmed in Organdy fur Summer
There the minister of agriculture -' way travel was lowest personal per yard ....- ---.. *O\' some of them Sun-Backs. Ventilation.I Comfortable, Beds with! PRICES I. APPELROUTH ; SPECIALS
I Matlresse of Inner Spring Con
highest and scorpion stings
Odilion Brags promised to New shipment of Play and just the thing for summer struction and Individual Reart- I
lead a drive for the conquest of near the top of causes for Egyptian Beach Suits Shorts andHalter wear. all on sale. SI 00 lag Lamps. ColonialServiceStation -1 II I -

foreign markets abroad.Aeriea. i casualties in 1934. Sets.set. S1.00Ju each ......_.-.,,_...._ RATES I: ''I' -- --- ..

Rebuffed 1 Only five persons were treated .. ... ,...._,__ SUKle ,
Capital for railway injuries while 10.-" 300 pair Samart New Shoo, J I 7* ROOMS. Frl".te Bath .:i*
',Americans here who are watch-: arrived New in Sport Oxfords Ties 'Dainty. wo HOWM*. Prlrate Bath _, :La I
643 suffered and patterns Clarence Crusoe Prop. :
rom quarrels 4 .
Room! Private Bath 34MS4 :
jpthe; development cannot make: String Lace for Dresses Pumps. and Sandals on _._
Rooai Private Rath S-O :
up their minds as to its ultimate 7,642 from scorpion stings. I alt shades rXO/. $1 98 ,It S<._..le R__.. Private Bath ..- CoUaUI Hotel FIe_5-i St. '

significance.. Several are bringing, per yard .._....____tJiUWashable pair.JL.-'- # !SLIGHT<<- UlRtMtK FOROCCtfASCT' DOVRLS : .. : : \iIIOW"
: :
i in. nachineqcapital and experience Triple Sheer dark Jact reteived at' ''sfcrptnent .f :uutttt: = ,: t

"to get in on the ground, and light grounds, 'C1 flf| Pretty Shew Wash Frocks. ..... ....'.. ,.,......-. ;--.r--.T.: -- /
floor." Brazilians have reacted. per yard .--...----....- D A UlBoys' / .. One of the resolutions at the; ? I "
'Ml Woof :
Wash Suits 2 to : 'Fbipm ,t. 'of : 1 l" .
cotton conference was that I 6 each _, ..._ 50c "I.. B'at'hint'.SUt *(, lAdies MJ!ses\
"foreigners must: be barred from ......" ,. .;; years "and ariJdim.I.50. $1'.7.; flpOR & MORRIS he. i ( I
setting up trusts setting up; Pastel Dresses printed and I 'Il.BaUd-.L45. .WOOil S
I ,
financial colonies here for send- YOUR EYES plain shades. reduced forMonday oNE: EARGEllABLE 'Fet.oRTRACTIVE 7 : .t. i
lug abroad.
,Adalberto Bueno Netto, formerly -" Need Immediate Attention I II each ........:._:...... S3.95 J REMNANTS AT GREAT BARGAINS
secretary of agriculture in tho I Sheerash Dresses. sun- ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Expert Repairing j

government of Sao Paulo and No one's eyes are so perfect I back styles, $1.98New Reducing, all of our Seersucker' I For Value Seekers!

president of the conference said.. that they can be nt'glected'in-I I each .........._......... I Materials- come and see.
IWe have all the need, definitely.i i and Painting I
money we ;
shipment of SHOESfor Closing out $2.95 Silk Dressesat We have the want at the
I car
for. 'development." Periodic examinations and I _.., .. ....__...... .. SIM I you you
the entire family- can afford to pay. During this mark down

much immediate distress care and may cost save later.you whites and colored at I Printed Flaxons yard ...... ISe AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY GOOD USED CARS be cure to come in and elect on

Solid Piques ......_-..h....... 25e
PALACE Popular Price., your car and make it pay for itself in fun and
Come in now for, a complete 40 inch Organdy, yard _... 25c

Gene Raymond-Sylvia Sidney examination. Largest assortment of I Printed Organdy yard ..? SOc I: Only Genuine; FORD Parts Used service this summer.Meltzer .
Printed 25c Flaaons. yard 1>c
MY WIFE DR. J. A. VALDES ES and TROUSERS at Il & doz.- Summer Shorts, value Motor Company

Comedy and Short Reel Crtll.,.. Soft-Lit Lic..... Popular Price*. 1 $1.00 on sale .............. 59 i "Oldest. Continuous. ,. FORD Dealer;; In the World" I

M atItIl t. .I o.J Jca Nifhti; lS-25c I 532 Daval' Str.t _,.l f'i .. CAROLINE AND NEW STS. PHONE 377

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