The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00032
 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 4, 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: UF00048666:00032
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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t I For Associated Best 65 Interests Years Press Devoted of.Key Day West to-Wiri the.- _-,; .. b e. 11 t!' '- 11)t. Cttfeen! : t : I I. most range country Key West equable of; only,with Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the


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Scientists Search For Cause TRAIN CARRIES I WASHINGTON\ PSYCHOLOGIST EXPRESSES In Stanley Baldwin Britain To Get


As Quake Wave' Rolls AgainInvestigation I Typical "John Bull" AsPremier

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e EXTRA COACH ATTACHED I By SIGRID ARNE dealing with human beings& and I .-.. -

Reveals No}''Je L'M CONNELL YESTERDAY TO TAKE Divorce itn't something that make the compromises.; II CLINIC READY MAYOR
whirl up like an unexpected Women Were Chattel MALONE Striking. .Change In Governmental -
CARE OF OVERFLOW "Women.are getting a chanceto
Regularity Relative':To I LEASES HOUSE thunder storm, according to Dr. develop. The whole function! FOR SERVICE GOES TO ATTENDGOTHAMSESSION Leadership

William Alaason While, of marriage rests on their emanci!
Happenings In Large I I Heavy outtraffic yester- pation. Marriage based on love > Due England According

will save the day. Men can fully,
Area .*, MIAMI BEACH RESIDENT TO day afternoon made it necessary i It is part ,of the warp and woof realize themselves only when women PHYSICAL EXAMINATION TO To Program OutlinedBy
for an extra passenger coach to
LOCATE HERE FOR AT are their equals and marry BE GIVEN KEY WEST
I be added to the afternoon train.I of straggling complex unconsciously intelligently instead of marrying' 70 GIVE ADDRESS AT CONFERENCE -

By HOWARD' BLAKESLEE LEAST ONE YEAR Number 76, !leaving over the East, hypocritical human be as a way to pay the bills. Under SCHOOL PUPILSA DEWITT MACKENZIE

Coast. the old system women were chattels OF BUSINESSREPRESENTATIVES .
(Associated Press Science Editor) iDs" .1' (R, Aae.dated preen)
June 4_.Aj.in I for the pleasure of men.
NEW, YORK There were quite a few pas- I CALLEDBY NEW YORK, June 4. Britain
J. L. McCon:sell, who has Wen For more than a quarter century "Then there are the children in summer round-up of all preschool -
the earthquake wave i i. in motion.It .I making his home at Miami Beach sengers from Key West in addi- Dr. White has walked the a marriage. We believe it neces-: children, which call for a MAYOR LA GUARDIA is due for a striking change in

rumbled through Turkey and will try Key Test for one year tion to the number of excursionist -I wards of St. Elizabeth's hospitalfor sary to preserve the home for i physical examination, will be start- governmental leadership if she
I and has made to visitors who had come in Sunday the insane at Washington D. their sakes. I suspect we over-
Pertia early in April taking 2500 arrangements and stayed, until Monjday. ed at the FERA clinic. United and carries her
lease a house for that period. j over C. He's taken dislocated beings, emphasize that. ( Mayor Wm. II. Malone left out present program
live. Late in April it killed 3100 Letters to the housing divisionof I To this number was added| heard their tales, ironed out their I "I'm not so sure the family is White street, Saturday June 8, terday afternoon to attend the, for substituting Stanley Baldwinfor

the FERA relative to securing 104 passengers arriving on the own lying to themselves given important. The parents are a I at 10 a. m., according to announce-, meeting of mayors and business)
i ia Form..*, i injured 12000. accommodations, were promptly Steamship,, Cub, going north. j I them calm and sent them home man and a woman and the child, ment made today by those interfiled representatives of seaport cities Ramsay MacDonald as prime

A month's quiet then at the answered and all information ask- The Florida East Coast Railway,. again. gets related to the world through in this work. of the-United States,, to be held in minister.
end of May it rolled over northeast ed was given r, Company is making enticing appeals Nothing surprises him. Noth- them. But what about the chil- New York
India. Sunday.1IIr1IcConneIl! came to i| to the euon traveler. with ing shocks hinr. lie believes the dren t+f parents who lack several Dr. Harry C. 6aley,-city health; and Wednesday City,Monday June 10.Tuesday 11 and The two_ .......... ..... areas

its faster schedule.and',air-con-: or'all, of the admirable characteristics officer will be in charge of the! 12 ...
What is this wavet For many Key West, spent the day looking| instincts we call "good" have so C far apart/as Ikepales in personality
years scientists- have noticed it, over the city and selected a smallcot1are.lon I ditioned trains One into and out very little margin over those: we ? examinations. assisted by the Several weeks ago Mr. Malone;
the piling up ofquakesnow and S Duval street which |l of Key West and, train 71 and call "bad" that it is a matter of Reform Idea Foolish statenurse, Mr. Edwina hlodges.This II received the invitation from and i&'AI."Y> respects, in i.I

then in some area.of the world. struck his fancyend which he said t 72 between Miami -and-New.York.I congratulation man has come as ,Hypocrisy and muddled thinking work U,being sponsored: by Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, of I I processes of.jl ught.j '

Both Real And Unreal was cozy and just the house he j I P 'The Havana Special,. i which is j I far as he has toward civilization. before marriage often cata-:'I the Monroe County P.-T. A. Coun-t New York and immediately ,wrote j i' Premier ,MaeDonald is a socialist .-
ne.ded.. the Key West. train:wiH be 'air-] A'nd marriage is one of the most pult a couple into a union ,,-hich' a letter of acceptance. He.. later
The answer is that it is both : t cil. ; and an internationalist. Former
It was only a short time after- conditioned. This includes dining! idealized parts of civilization. can only head for divorce says j revived notification of his being
something real and something unreaL -I, wards that he had made'arrange,I cars. Pullmans lounge cars and I' Built On Mating Instinct Dr. White,t I I It i In desired that all parents of I selected as one of the speakers I Premier Baldwin is an ultraconservative -
the most 't John Ball
Unrea because a typical
] ments to have some renovating, first class! coaches. The same is "Man built the institution up For example there are the un- children who will enter school inj r Before leaving yesterdayhe
who sometimes has been called
exacting reveals scientific investigation u forced to I done and the agreement dating|: true of trains 71 and 72 with Miami -Ion the foundation of the mating!!; fortunates who find insanity I i I September take advantage of this rhowed The Citizen the programof I "Little Englander" by critics who a
ascribe it no to chance the fact I from July 1, was signed.ATTORNEYS as the terminal point. i, instinct" says White. "Mating is i epileptics and criminals in the i iI free service. I the meetings and the first name like to look beyond the British ..
pure In addition to these items of II en the list is that of Mayor La .
at the bottom of all situations. families of their spouses. Custom I
I horizon.
that a series of quakes just happens I' This offer includes i infants and i
luxurious I
Guardia who
travel and speed in I Then we built this superstructure holds the innocent partner to sucha will extend a welcome '
to hit places where popular NOW 'f children of the first second and Baldwin Born To Wealth
comfort the railway is offering I to the visiting
I of marriage over it, and now, by i contract, but Dr. White doubts municipal
tion is dense.It new rates from Key West to third grades. i iI representatives. The second I' Probably many of the differences
I golly it controls us. We're enI -tit i does much good. name
is real in the sense that many I(I I I| is that of can be accounted for in
in the Mayor

IN NEW OFFICES points north which are far I meshed in taboos and I Then there are the men who,! Malone who will
wave-like motions have been dis- birth and
take I upbringing.
below any other rates ever offered I '' as the subject of his discourse
eu\toms.1 -
Maybe force to frivolous they'
they us girls hoping
covered in the Earth's surface.f I by the road. ter job. I marry will change into charming 'THEATER GROUP i i I "Economic Value to the, MacDonald\ the Scotsman, was
any oil* all of which might set off 'United States of Cuban Central born in dire poverty, the son of a
i "The trouble too few trons sentimental girls who
is. people I
earthquakes. LORD AND CLEARE LOCATED ; I 'and South American Trade." farm servant in the drab villageof

Seismographs show ripples in I IN COLONIAL HOTEL j t PARTY LEAVING ; talk truthfully deal of of marriage. A and marry similar drunkards variations.to reform them;!! MEETING TONIGHT:. Mr. Malone goes as far as Mil -t Lossiemouth on the mhOFJ'i.J -
good marriage depend on I
the Earth's surface when stormsto j ami by rail and there will embark table shores of the North Sea.
the heavier weight of air in! BUILDING, :' self-sacrifice and. when some individuals "It's foolish to marry for the: 3 o'clock this afternoon on the j J,_ From this beginning he battled his

approach. The waves are ascribedone I I FOR TORTUGAS discover that they fly person you think ,you can make ALL INTERESTED ARE IN-, Steamship Shawnee, of the Clyde- way with his own two fists through
spot depressing the Earth's j apart and demand divorce. out of the person you know !!'4 I i t Mallory Lines. many trying years to fame. It

surface in a dimple perhaps the Comfortable and restful offices I r J I I "Nobody wants to sacrifice. We says Dr. White. "Human beings'|, VITED. TO BE IN AT. j was perhaps natural that early in

size of several! statesCities have been in the Hotel LIEUT. JACKSON. FAMILY,' are all lazy selfish crueL Practically marry only human beings. The: TENDANCE life he turned to socialism and
opened I I'I '
Move To And Fro Colonial the Fleming street | none but the highest types divorce rate could be cut some if;I HIGH PRAISE visions of international brotherhood -
Extra high tides piling up on side by Attorneys Raymond R. want children. people"were \willing to accept that''I I i and cast his lines with the

coasts send out similar land ripplea. -, Lord and Allan B. Clears Jr. I. ON TENDER IVY I "So we must realize we are truth. ![ All persons interested i in little; FROM VISITOR working. class.the
-----1 I Baldwin, Englishman wa a
i That they the - '
occupy same partntthebnming .....- -. theater, work are eslended'an invitation -.i i ___ .v IthUd of npperefaar weallhT His 'r
London-Washington-- move to and fro, toward and away from young attorneys have entered -t'r t Lieutenant W. B. Jackson.! U. S.! AND NOW THERE'S.A'MACHINE" \,: to 'attend the organica-I|f( OHIO RESIDENT HERE LAST road through England's famous

each other about 60 feet daily.'r a partnership. Mr. Cleare's: N., communication officer at the I t tion meeting of the Key West! institutions of learning and on to

At l least this is the testimony of office is on the left side of the t nava. ) station M",. Jackson and I THAT REALLY WEIGHS ANSWERS,, Players to be held at 8 o'clock tonight -|I SEASON GIVES ISLAND I politics was easy. In time he

radio time signals. A stake setupright : large room as indicated by the their daughter Nancy, will leave I : in the Hospitality House,I CITY GREAT BOOST himself acquired great wealth.
in the Earth can be shown sign on the window. Mr. Lord's I 10 o'clock tonight for Loggerhead 1 Long Party LeaderHe

by astronomical measurements to office is the right, also shown I Duval street. I wax'reared in the great
on as ter Aes.elatd prep) Dr. B. R. Bales, who in Key
Key.Others was
move north and south. by the window sign. making the trip will be By DWIGHT L. PITKIN placed t on the frame of the teetI -1' Sponsored by the Key West West last,season. writes from his Tory party, .which represents the
I I .
A tide in the solid Earth mov-I I The front office it i large and Lieutenant J. H. McKinney and I RICHMOND. Ky.. June .-Professor ometer. At every place: where a;'Administration' the group will be I! home ui Circleville, Ohio, telling wealth\ .two and aristocracy, of Britain.
ing around with the pull of the commodious. The next office and Ensign: George ,V. Schleger. U. S. |I lof his delightful The ;men are about the
directed visit: and that he
E. directorof
I Noel B. C'lff weighs hisi i! correct answer-hole has ben by,; A. Fisher rime ,Baldwin '68 and
moon has been proven many; waiting room is provided with i Naval Re'erves. who are taking a 'i it not 'al all bashful extolling age. being
times. : comfortable chairs for waiting two-weeks'. course of training at students', written answers in tests: punched a weight falls and stands: the dramatics department of! the praises of this city MacDonald' 6?. Each has been

The forces which cause the I clients and the offices of the attorneys the station. -with "scales.! i on the scale platter which i ill' the administration. j j I Everywhere he has been he has I prime minister twice, and ta

earthquakes underground. But !'!, at'thc rear are separated The voyage will be made on the As teacher of psychology at slightly' below the card. i|I Well versed in all phases of told of his visit and his pleasant held numerous other posts of distinction
I by partition. Lighthouse Tender Ivy, which is f, dramatic activities Mr. Fisher: instructions in the government.
the a
"triggers" which set them off; I experiences and tells ene and all
ft: State Teachers Each
astern Kentucky
I -I weight is one-fourth
when the strain becomes great are i making a regular! scheduled trip j. I will include acting..jthat i Key West aside from being Baldwin long has been the el"e-
almost surely these Earth surface DEEDED TO HIS MAKER to relieve buoys in that locality. college he never gets a headache -I I ounce. Hence, if the scale indicator -'study of,drama business management -! a wonderful place to live in. i iiI ted leader of the conservativ

waves I I I While the tender is occupied the I reading a mass of examination -!! reads 20 ounces there are and handling of properties.;I I| the friendliest city he has ever f party which now has a huge ma-

Nevertheless there is a path' FOLKSTON Ga. John Mc- passengers will inspect the lighthouse -' papers. Rather he uses a'I four times 20, or 80 correct an-I I,, It is planned to give a series of I visited jority in the House of Common!

well verified where the big& Daniel of this city recently deed and also wit Garden Key. device he invented to grade the If the reading i is 25 ounces: ',j t short plays during the summer;'t So impressed was he with the I although the present government
quakes occur. I ed all his real and personal property -J. for an inspection of Fort Jefferson. answers by weight on mechanical(t tswers.there i I i months:i while longer plays will be.I I hospitality of the people in general -I is nationalist which aorotmts for
I are 100 correct '
The to God.CHILD answers. presented by members of the: and the exceptional friendliness I a socialist prime 'minister. MacDonald -
Earthquake Belt I scales. He calls the apparatus a Psofessor Cuff has applied for the winter j for wa.the
,, company during months l' of those with whom he i many years :
This is a belt extending on Tel
both: sides of the equator nearlyto I TRAINING IMPORTANT MATTER I It enables him to grade papersfrom i has brought: inquiries from teachers -''city's. wintef ..visitors.CUBAWGS. j a letter to the housing division of : party, until he was thrown out by

the frigid zones Within it 10 to 40 times faster than ,! I the FERA he hopes when hr I his, followers when they felt ho
lies a streak serpentined like a ; throughout the country. I had deserted their in
comes next to ifcns cause accepting -
snake big enough; :' encircle. the'! IN WARRING ON KIDNAPI Ch1EHACEtI ] :|they' could be graded by reading i : IN the highway. telling travelers we they oni I the prrrnierrhip of the
Earth. them he says. And the students i COLORED MANCIV1HEARING1 I II tare t "now approaching: Key.West, present government

His head Iie3"flat'" along 'the, -- ( f 5; like it. for they learn their grades 131 I the friendly city." '. I MacDonald has a magnetic personality

Mediterranean 'i''' 'oil drops deep I By KATHARINE F. LENROOT tat( the earliest.i1 $sI.leI& to I, promptly and the personal equa- PASSENGERS;t and an aptitude fC1t'JeadenJlIp.

into beneath Africa, his body 'disappears''I Chief of the Children sBureaui give clear answers when asked to tion! w. eliminated. .I I I '1 I VISITOR ,
the Earth to 'm e'f'dust' NOTES :,;, Intensely Practical
J east of the section of Indian 'I, Written for :TjiflAuociated Press tell their name. Many children l Answers Punched I !J! Steamship, ('aba. of the P. and ,

stricken. .i |I I WASHINGTON:'June .-There who stray runaway. br: get lost When student goes to Profes-) CHARGED WITH THEFT Q. S. S. company arrived jester-1 1,! IMPROVEMENTS 1 Baldwin lacks the personal magnetism
t OF first of MacDonald, but\ hi:>
)i from 'Havana with
day 93
Thence it loops down Cuffs classes for he is }
U : test given -
throughthe I no magic formula bjr which pr- could be returned to their homes i a rugged personality inspires faith

Alaska Malays then bends north to I eats mar protect their children much sooner if they were able to I two. perforated answer cards. I DESK; HELD FOR TRIALIN I I I I'class class for passenger Key West and; 24 11 first second class and confidence. He is conservative -

the west and coasts aferward of the south along i against kidnaping. But there are I give their own and their parents'i A thin sheet of paper between two CRIMINAL COURT I{! and three second for Tampa. Of j I Morgan O. Hamon. traveling t in every way. and hiss all the

until the tail ends a two few Americas hun--!la few simple precautions which name, their address and home tele- perforated cardboards extends i I I!j the 131 passengers there were. 55 ,. representative of one of the larger i marks of the English country' gen
companies selling traveling inorori
tleman. He
is slow to move but
dred miles north of Cape Horn. any parent can end should ob-I phone number. I about a quarter inch below the j Albert Curry colored, decided;i iI I aliens.Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba I I| nee, Says Key West shows signs when he does move he goes: in a
This writes his
streak is the area of "fre-I serve. between home and perforation name i of great improvement since his
Co-operation I !'yesterday' afternoon with 19: cars!! direct line. As a speaker he '"
quent violent earthquakes." Out- cla-ss and the like at the bottomof I he wanted a desk. With no money !.! last
visit in the last
The precautions are well enough school: would be helpful. When I ;: of pineapples, 9,108 crates, and! early part of unemotional and reserved although
side the serpentine quakes are lessfrequent known but often in the rush of I the sheet to purchase one he concluded the I.1(l some of his addresses have
; miscellaneous
I the teacher: gets a phone message I one car. year.Mr.;
But they can occur I I bet to his desire to!I Hamon was here several
objective way get was the been called masterpieces of com-
Then the of
anywhere within the other affairs they are neglected. asking that a child be sent home, professor gives an Freighter Pecos Clyde-:: ,
belt that I. t steal I it. days ago went to Havana on bnsti position.
Mallory Lines, arrived
blankets both torrid They are largely a matter of childcare ; few minutes test, either a standardizedi j returned
and tem- it is wise to wait a i i nets yesterday and went MacDonald: has been described
He chore a good value o'clock last night and sailed mid-
perate zones.EMEUUS. and training. and call the child's home to checkon i I or original set of questions constituting -I one. ; night for Charleston and New, to Tampa from where be will go as a visionary by dome of his op-
I about $58. but had but brief I II
'Matter of Courte' Training the genuineness of the request -[ it. The quest.iona-of,j a York with shipments of canned!j I i to headquarters in Louisville, Ky.._ ponents. and it has been claimed
time to enjoy his possession bs-j( and later in the will
NELSON I Children should be cautioned [, the true-false matching or multiple Ilea foods sponges and a miscellaneous -',; year return j he has been too much interested:
I fore the firm hand of the law r to Key West for a stay of about in foreign affairs and'nbte.nonghin
"against: accepting favors from and fingerprints of choice: type-may test language assortment of freightCAPT5 :, week. .
I Foot-prints closed down and he found himself'j I one the'' Welfare of his own coun
DIES IN MIAMINews strangers against following pent infants if not made as a matterof mathematics science: so-i try. Baldwin is
confined i where desks are not! intensely practi-
f pie who offer them an automobile routine by the hospital afterbirth !cial science, reading industrial' needed. LEIGH WILL i I CUSTOMS AGENTS cal and has devoted more of his

:--- ride a visit to the movies or any should be obtained by the i J arts home economics, or almost l energy to home aUairs'than to
kind of party or treat '! Arraigned on a charge of theft I.
was I anj. ether subject for that Matte ENTER HOSPITAL! those of other countries.
received here this Such training should be given parents. [ '. this morning before Justice of the !i f RETURN TO CITY:
announcing the-death of imply as a matter of course..Care Preventive Work I !I Peace Rogelio Gomez, he was' |I STRETCHED TOO HARD
Emelius | instructed to indicate -, j
The student is
Nelson'at his home in Miami. \ i iI. } I _
.should be taken in giving it not toi will also be working forI
The I Parents !;; the correct answer by i bound over in bond of $50
message was. received make children self-conscious and I the protection of their children if the I I. toj I Captain Francis Leigh U. S.i'i E. R. Norwood and J. T. Flynn, BELLAIRE O.-When Allen
by Thomas Whitmarsh. brotherinlaw 4 punching with a pencil one o{ await the action of a jury at the
not to build up an attitude of fear, they take an'active interest i in the the I A.* retired left yesterday .after-;j: customs agent stationed at the Johnson of this city got out of
death of the deceased, stating that I f.since fear is often found the cause I whole question of law enforcement -t i answer-card holes The allotted numbers to of next term of criminal court noon for Washington, D. C-. where I I j I port of New York returned from bed he stretched so hard he threw
occurred this given question. '
2:30 morning at of undesirable emotional reactions and strive to promote high' with he win enter Walter Reed hospital -, Havana yesterday where they had;'I his shoulder,out of place.
: o'clock. Burial the correspond
will take questions
j Children should be taught to PIN SAVES WOMANCHITTENANGO I,I I
I standards of public administra- for treatment.During been several day on official busi- i
place in Miami tomorrow after-i look on the policeman as a friend[ tion.i those on the answer cards. II eMium Mmmi mB< I his stay of pine years inKer I I I I flees en route to their station. :

noon.Mr.. Nelson | who will help in trouble. Some: Preventive work. based on eon-I. Weighing Simple N. T.- West Captain Leigh: has endeared -f, Mr. Norwood is wen known to Truck Arrives Tonight

Key West but formerly resided -in parents make their children afraid''i:t strnctive t activities for young people After a set of these perforated Pinned to a wall in the barn by himself by his many acts' many people in Key West having With larre variety .f FRESH

several years moved where, to he Miami had I lof policemen by the threat "The!,{ and 'intelligent treatment of answer cards has been punched by,;|1 I a maddened bull lira.':Josephine of; charitable kindness and never]j[ been in charge of the Tampa of-i FRUITS and VEGETABLESLowe'

made his home ago policeman wilT get you if you aw tt youthful delinquents are, in the>.t a class they are collected and the, Wysoeki of this city: escaped by failing courtesy to a host of j i i.rICe for years and making frequent.
He has since that time. naughty." last analysis among the most effective -' correct answers counted by ;' jabbing the beast! in"the'face witha friends who are wishing for hint'[visits to Key West. He was astonished Cash Grocery

Key West who numerous will be much friends grieved in-I Obtain FingerprintsIt I means of wiping out crime I'tag.' welgh-'I!I large safety pia which, she drew quick recovery- and a speedy re- !I at the many Improvements ,j I I 1117 Division St. Phone 871
card i from ber dress, since his last visit. <
on learning of his demise. is advisable to teach children. and racketeering. The student's asnswer *; ; tnnu

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l ;bt' rw t't1'uNl.bed tst i1 "ONE A MINUTE" AND NEVER LEARN I[ 1 i VIEWS anWMST J : :

KEY WEST IN I r TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1I | Today's Horoscope

DHy Except: Sunday By They are not only born one a minute REVIEWS I.............---........
vine I'lTifcie' : P11J1L1smJIIG co.. mo. DAYS GONE BY 1.I
4.P...TJ&4I. Pit.!*.... but they seldom learn from experience! i I I The native of thu day will be
.JOB .AllAaalataat ........ Ma ar j i Happenings Her Just 10 Years TMYSaor WigTafoairMTO..tJOan I Temperature* over south portion ind moderate active and strong hat restless and
With all the evidence of the few i
$'rom !TB Cltlmaa i.U writer Highest over and probably
t Helen Rowland, newspaper : crafty; qui{ -tempend
Oran and Ann Btrweta I years to gi've them warning we read in the The Files Of The Citizen "Love always comes to a man I'I't i Lowest ._._.,..._..77 north portion. secretive and with a wandering -

Mean .... ...._..
t like blow in the dark or a telegram 83 I
.-U/ Dally .N.Wap&peI' to Ku y Wait and Moaro.County. newspapers that thousand of people in a tendency.: Those Jorn in the
Normal Mean f ..A1Rainfall'
1 at midnight.
One hundred criss cross signs WEATHER CONDITIONS
New England have been mulcted in I night hours cf the day will have a
t. ;'UI'e4.at.JCaJ' West. Ftcrtd.. a* ..ond slaja matter for naming the city's streets will r' I i better chance to success' and I Ii
FUPYr-SIXT TEAR I another securities bubble that blew up, be ordered from the largest I.EUaaor Roosevelt First Lady: Yesterday' Precipitation ,0 Ins.! Pressure Li low thl morning,i i realization: of n,,!peg' than the others -
estimated manufacturiag plant making these I "I am conscious that I know.i i Normal 1>rN-ipitatinn.___ .12 Ins.: from the Lake region and lowerSt. '. for the sun is then out of the
assets of
leaving about .
M*..* K else aa..datr4 !.-! $100,000 kind ef signals in the country. :tvery'little and I don't want to 't' the
I., t'hl. ree.rd ....t. Z..r _r.... Laurence Valley southward wry rml mach depends oa as
.1.:...r AsaoclateA republication'Pr.of..all la n_w cliwlf. diapatcbca lyMtttta4 credited to taw t. and ?21,000,000 liabilities in the form of This was decided at a meeting el argue; with anybody." -..T n N" .'elaek rtri. ner.i.r. 1 into the Carolina; and over the 1! poets J of the major planets.
U .r not off erwla. credited la tkla paper and alee the city council held last night .1.1Hiltc.1 I I Tomorrow's Almanac lower Rio Grande Valley, Duluth i
Ik* loom roan. |>abubed hers.NATIONAL Ii practically worthless *>tock.It The signs will be placed at crossing Fish member of Con-I Sun rises _._nn nn__. 5:30 a. m., Minn., 23.GC inches: Washington: ,,1 "JaeL..alll.. l.eadi.x Hotel-

EDITORIAL would seem that people who have corners end will be,at the top C-": i I!Sun sets u" .. _.. 7:14 p. m. D. C.. :Z'J.IG: inches, and Bron I THE SEMINOLE
of each
ASSOCIATION experienced the losses that the American :of. J2 foot poles. I "It's not the Republican Party.I I'Moon rises .... ...u. 9:23 a. m. vile{ Texan! 29.32 inches, and has
( 1J 1933 I sign and pole will be $9.50. th.1 t's'dead but.the old Democratic Moon( sets ...., ...-_...,..10:54Tomorrow's p. m.P.M.j. then in the Plains! States, Dodge
1 public suffered through stock speculation :I I alty-kniC.t in the bark by the I City. Kans.. 30.20 inches. Rains"
1CBSCRIPTION RATES Key West Girl Scout. Troop 4,, New Deal." I TidesA.M. i iI have been general luring the last ra -
would have sense enough to J>e wary of a ++
./w Tear ._.. s1SMSir .... are enjoying camp life -at Long 1- .I . .___ >J 24 hours thronhoit th* countryeast I r=F b,
Montna High 12:40
three Month, _.n. .-.__ .---.;.._._ L6 such ventures. However, the hope is use- Key and having a great time according Richard Dia, movie actor, the Low ... 5:19 12:061 7:02!, of the llisti.iSir.i River' except ahyu a wI
ta- Iloatn :i: less. Even before the 1929 crash there to a letter from the camp i in central' ; -nd southern Florida -
to The Citizen. The girls left here father of twin bojrc i barometer 8 a. m. today: and shotvcrs and thumlerftorm -I
voices in the land warning people not "1 twice as'I thought I Sea level
were '
m as happy! 29.99.
of Mrs. A. the
OVERTIME ( -lie Ituown en LBpOo>ttOUtlI'IACLIL to speculate in stocks and those voices H. Mclnnis The trip was madein I'd be"Rudolf and west' Golf coast. Galveston -!

Alt a4mr notlcea, card.NOTICH of thank!", rcaolotloaa .lr were giving advice based on past experi- Sheriff Curry's launch.Clasaifieation WEATHER FORECAST .Texas reportirr heavy rainfall ......._..111... Florida
..,.. .. f S. Hecht, president, America of 3.34: inches! Cooler ..
rbituary voile. etc. will b* et>&rv 4 fast weather! ("II'''. II. f.HIM-.K. Ma .rr
.. ence. The gullible gentry had some moneyin ..,. (Tilt 8 Wednesday
a. >a'e- .t.tta a Un I Bankers A att ea: p. nu. ) prevails this morning in most section A home-Ilk InMltallnnI ;,
ftnttfm for eD'.rtalnmfl1t.1)1'he rtrtved are'chare***Una.The from. whist those days and an idea that a mjllion talks will be resumed "Money is plentiful and banksare ? Key West and Vicinity: Partly east of the Rocky:: Mountains,I_hrra human.you will find. ynr. ......I....IIr.f.rt
I revenue la to cents a. at the next meeting of .i showers ... ........,...... a mat-
Clrimv !. an .e p n forum and malts dbMu anxious to get loans. cloudy, probabl. tonight except in middle and south Atlantic '
M_.< of public lasucs and subjects of local or general dollars could be obtained without doing Rotary Club to be held next week.' 't r of wrest Importance.I
coast' districts, with
.>ter at l hot Jt wiii nat p:*>liaa --]rmoaa coaununUuttona. Thin was announced today at the tempera- -
work if followed the market and
any one 10 to 12 below ; .. iwsatel
meeting presided over by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, President urea degrees normal I A MrrprMf hwtMlmrj
traded right, which was just the two Babcorn 1... Grooms At United States: tv. ] in North Dakota and Minnesota j i I. the heart of the eilyIF.vety
Alas Blue Eagle we knew him .kctUwks the i and a minimum of 36 degrees
poor ; things that were necessary for them to be today's meeting Captain Charles "s;nipty r** on 1 Rnnfn with CmnMnatlnn Tnh
well. initialed farms UJiTt turn factory wheels reported at Duluth. Minn.G. !land Shower Bath nadirs KIr.-trHVilinjc ..<
: Norment Mulurovas
led the slaughter.It .
to ..
the fi. KENNEDY. Kan. Slat 11m.r f r SummerVentilation.
has happened before and it will into membership. Captain Mul-- in city.Charles I / ;. Official in Clanre.I ( .Comfortable HPd" -withiMattr
drow is in command of the *nw* rf Inner :Sprint Con.
Next year is leap y'ar-then the happen, we regretfully chronicle, again. marines. at lie naval station. : M. Schwab, steel magnate:; i-: Ea BENJAMIN LOPEZ ;,ruction ins Lamps.and InrtlvXInml' B*.-

girls will do the looking._ I If you don't believe it and think that you ". have been an optimist sal my I I RAT67I1w
life. KothiiiR tnat I have ever: FUNERAL HOMEEatabliched \ .
;, I are immune will you please'tell us'wiiether The city of Kf'YVt'Jt' with has the kown exceeded such a ilepre C VShawara // I 49 YrCvT n__.. rrty.,.. Ba'. ... "feet.N -=-
: opened negotiations
Always something for which to be you took part in the dime letter craze of'a Florida Association" of Engineers, eitn as we have gone through: Partly Cloudy :: w...., Old..t24H. ,44t B R.-a_.,. l'rt..4e Petvate Rata 11.45 .. .2.54 s._

,thankful the. legialature has a'djourned. few weeks ago with the idea of having un- Inc. of Orlando Fla. for the preparation -these i peat five or MX years.- 1, and Wednesday; gentle to mod- I Amb.1.. Sevvk.Lkewd 1,1.u ca-pl."-1t..w.Tama-,..Prlrale_b .Bath.. -AM.
.,.. never ureaiwetl such a thmg wasI F.....1_, I 1(
benefactors the land to of a complete and official 515011? l\ 'MfR.. FOR IIOI'BI.Hcri'TA
known throughout I I : erate winds most]v'east and south I
plat of the city. Acting I possible. I east. PJ.... 135 Night; ilM-W j'E 'f"-r
Too few, re' upholding the !send' you 15,000 or so dimes? .
govern- under instructions i of the city __ ,
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I Kenry Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture .:I Florida:Partly cloudy probablylocal
council Wallace Pinder. city clerk
ment and too many are holding it up, says showers in east and south I -
CAN THE PEOPLE SECURE PEACE? I has already written the concern)1 : "
Olin :Miller. I portion tonight and in south portion -
"farmers will take off the
i relative to the map and is satisfied
Wednesday' ; slightly! cooler in
processing tax when industry Your VacationIf
I that all matter pertaining to I ,
. The president wants to do away with Undoubtedly the peoples of the World : the plat will be settled 'when\, the :, takes off its tariff. I extreme Jacksonville north portitn to Florida tonight traiU:

,. the holding companies and replace them desire peace, as reported by General engineers arrive in Key West en Moderate southern winds over you are going to summer school, or plan-
U. S.
route to Cuba in the near future. Harner Sibley president,
Booth head of the Salvation south portion and moderate nouth-
with government upholding companies. Evangeline ,I : motor will feel l
Chamber of X ommerce: west shifting to northwest arnl I ning a trip, or any journey, you
Army, who has just completed a three- Obediah Higgs, who has been i '.1 here is no security hi work: : north over north portion; -wwather' safer and more at ease!' if you are sure that the
thinks it is foolish month tour of Europe, Asia Australia, employed for time i i ing tor a firm that is running in : !
Jonah to commit some as caretaker partly overcast probably with occasional funds you carry are protected. Let us assist you
New Zealand and the United States."I I of the County court house i the red. showers tonight and aver
suicide.; He says it is the last thing' he in procuring this protection by converting your
grounds, has been appointed janitor central and south portions Wed-I
would do. Quite right. Jonah, quite right. found, she says, "an allabsorbingdesire of the building. The positionwas \ William Guggenheim, financier:1 nesday. travel funds intoAMERICAN-- .

for peace" and a "healthy horror of made vacant by the death of. "That good times are ahead of East Gulf: Moderate east winds

Trading in Key West is the best way war." The people want to "work out their Thomas E. Sauntiers. Mr. Higgs I J I us,,there should_be no doubt. :I EXPRESS TRAVELERS
entered upon his new duties on I CHEQUESIF
to make prosperity here. Keep your dollars present discontent unhampered by threatsof June 1.During. Jacob Could Schurman, former: KEY WESTCOLONIAL

at home and they will. build the com- another holocaust" and "will not be Minister ta China: i I HOTEL THESE checks are lost or stolen (un-

munity. stampeded by any bellicose statements into the absence from the "America however, idealistic,]I countersigned), the amount involved i is refundedto
another shambles." city of Chief of Police Joseph W. cannot defy ordinary prudence by In the Center of the Business! you. In spending them all that is necessary is
Just the same the nations'of the Albury, who has gone on a fishing I weakening its defen.e:5II'hik: and Theater District for you to sign them a second time in the presence
Society will always have a minority trip to Cape Sable Ivan Erwood.! other nations strengthen theirs. !
fringe made up of crooks and would-be world are arming themselves on a stupendous captain of the police department I First Cla._Fireproof- of the one accepting them.

crooks, who will have to be trimmed regularly scale, surpassing even the preparations is acting chief of police. Cleveland, today where Mr. Santiago is jn I Seweihfe hates -FOR SALE BY-
which heralded the approach of fightingin Miles an officer of the force is business.At ., .
to keep straight. I acting captain. --, COFFEE 5110? NOW
1914.: Nationalistic sentiment is being I OPEl'i i
The First National Bank of West
a regular meeting of the Car... Elevator Key
One for all and all for one, is' a commendable carefully worked upon almost everythingand I Editorial .comment: Young Lodge: of Pecah ntas Mrs. Julia!I
slogan; !but there are same selfish ]- in some of the most'! powerful nations people say they can't get married. Kelly was presented with her1: Popular Prices 'I
awing to high of I
prices -
commission as grand deputy of
folks who want to disregard the first the people have no more choice betweenwar .
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but if they would make a the lodge Mrs. Kelly is well!i -- -- ---
and better half of this rallying cry. and peace than the speechless arma study of newspaper" advertisingin known here and the honor conferred -!1 rlll l.4iTII.4TI

ment. the Key West Citizen they is appreciated by her'' ........................................................ .............:
would reduce these costs a rood !
The wearin' o* the shorts by the fair We feel sure that the eminent lady'sconclusion deal. friends.. .

sex has the advantage of permitting the as to the people's desire is cor- 'i i
husband'to rect but we doubt much if the peopleof Miguel: Garcia Santiago and A party of Key Western left 1
future see what he is getting; very l!
Miss Elena Pomarada were married this morning on a trip to Cape I
but the disadvantage i is that the other fellows any nation have the power to preventwar Wednesday morning in the 1;Sable on board the pleasure j i I, :

will also see it. if the government determines to fight. office of Judge Hugh Gunn. the 1 j yacht of Chief Ralph Finder, -of,

This applies, we fear, to such democratic I judge officiating. Witnesses were I the Key West Fire Department: .
Cuban Consul Domingo Milord\ 1 Luis Maloney. Tony Gandolfo,!
The elevation of Judge Allan B. countries as the' United States and Great Vice consul Gronlier. Mr. and i and Chief of Police Joseph I : DECORATIVE ENAMEL

Cleare to County Solicitor makes room for Britain and positively to such autocratically I Mrs. Santiago returned to Havana 1 Albury, make up the party. 1 1I :

another municipal judge. Let's hope he controlled governments ,as those now ruling I .

will be replaced by another of a like Russia, Germany, Italy and Japan. i lavender-Medium Gray-Sky Blue-Yellow I.

Judicious mind. It's an ungrateful job but i

there are plenty candidates seeking the BALDWIN'S AMAZING SPEECH / 1 f latioiiThe : FOR FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATION :

city bench. AT i/2 REGULAR PRICE :
._. p. Stanley Baldwin, -abont'' itol''become 1 1 I .'

s* Two Italian: editors,asked'Arthur:) rlsbane'what Premier of Great Britain,!sajf?_that. close Regular PricePINTS Sale Price
eojuld\ be done to* hake----Italjr ..oC9tbbaratiOn..lietween the ,Brjtt}: \Empire 1 I ., .. ,.' ;, : .1.,..., . 23c40c
f 'A :.oi .
better understood Irltrfe United States, and and the United States would,be.the "great-. !JG.1;- I)NTS ......__ '" : 4. .. .

' he replied to have Italy i invite Id86 est security against war" because "thecombined \ I.\ .. ".
t gorrtatTov'/ ___..._.___z=
: of the1rtnaetesafhe' TIM _._ __ SOc '. .
American school'teachers po-
trt"lt show them la hells Italia. That i is a great tential manpower and the immediate !NL MOyils TO : '. 68c :

editor's advice, that of a humble one i i.* economic. power-by refusal to trade or ONY1HItNOat fNOta AttS t.a : QUARTS ........_...-......____.___. ?1.35 :

told tersely in these words, "Pay what you lend ,money-would be a senction that no ; Toua otn o F TOWN ..:: PRICES EFFECTIVE WHILE PRESENT STOCK LASTS ,

owe us," and there} will be a better under- power on earth, however strong, would .

rinudinpr between the United States and dare face." .
Baldwin admitted that he lowest night rates on station-lo-stalion calls
Italy. Mr. was i
dreaming that his dream might never are now in effect from 7:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. SPRINKLING

You,who are reading this copy of The come to pass but that "some day and With minimum rates in effect \Vz hours earlier, ( )

Citizen, are you one of those chiselers who sometime those who follow us may see to you now have more time and more convenient'hours "! I i.

borrows the paper from his neighbor? If it that the peace of the world is guaranteed in which make calls. 75c
those who to jour night Night s ;. I L .. 8 QUART .___..._,__,._.-.--.---- .
you knew what your neighbor Is saying by speak our tongue. .
rates on most station-to-station calls are about i I .
about you for doing this, there in no doubt There i is a lot of food for thought in 1 85c
you would never borrow. another paper, his words. While the proposal of an alliance 40% less than the day rates which are in effect, :s QUART -.-............-............-............. :

nleS8..J'are devoid of all.nrincinle., Of is not outright the idea is there. from 4:30 a.m. until 7KK P.m.TrpicaIStatioataStationRates .

course. thIs does not"apply if you are a This country would not enter any such an I .

subscriber to The Citizen, and borrowed affair to .cover the entire- world at this .I tall'll 4:>>..} ISfuStinnmtfum. I "KILLS-IT" INSECT SPRAY:

the'paperbecause' 'failed, .}io.reach you by time but why should not the two nations .Ma. to NasbnBa.Team. S ..S $ .. 3lackMwrfl : .
.A \ '
the carrier. ". : try to"'get together on the problems of the *,, fla.ta......f la. 1.50.as : .- I. :

} I Pacific? Atlanta Ca to Cliltt iiiia.Tea .T. $ .40 : PINT ._.._'_..._-_-_--......_- -. -.- -- 15c ... :

The Citizen remembering the fate of :Japan is generally regarded as a Mew Orient La. t*CUeaca IL X23 I.'7S ts :. .....,.; C 1 :.
: I" 20
Father McGlynn many years ago, has always -1 threat to peace in the Far East and as a t.iniIe,.Y. to .......Tua. LaO 51fe.pkiTm. .. 4-S QUART _Au. c... .

inveighed against the political activities challenger to the rights of the rest of the Ie SJr.-t.lL 1.2. ...0 .. ..

of Father Coughlin. He is a world in that area. If the United States ca.rt.tt....C. to OurtestM. S.t:. .90 .55 .. ..

churchman and should stick to his -work,1 and Great Britain formulated and publicly Crtnii.U.S.C., toJUbiBeH.C. ..93UekMM. ..50L

\ and being a man of brilliant attainments it announced principles that they stood-ready L .MiSS. to UaUa.AJa. 1.10.sS i South Florida Contraclkg & EngirteriBg Co. j jPncccSCS

is there he can do the most good. His 1 to defend in the Far East it is very probable Tk rat eggs '
35c rare
*n anting or theaoare *at all finer
constitutional right to do what he is doing 1 that peace in that section of the : White _d Eliza Streets \

is admitted, but his oratorical powers are world would be assured for years to come. Stern BeB Telephone &Telegraph Co.II' : lour home is worthy of. the best" :

creating discontent among the masses at a 1 Even Japan could not hope to successfully ,I I .............'........ ......................
time when calmness b essential. polish off the combination._ j I ;;

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--_ -. -IDIAMONDBALL I -J I GAMES TODAY' eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCLASSIFIED


SPORTS.e..eee.e.e..eee.e.eeeeee..esee. I GAMES TONIGHT i 1, AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago at. St. Louis-Fischer! COLUMNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,

.'.us: Abaoa trftf. ka* s t the day was fine, a crisp November ; vs. Cain. ,i: ,
Iftm metrad fivm .uf.m" .re4mintnt -
a deserted te- ; day-with frosty wind to set the blood (By JOVE) ; Cleveland at Detroit-Hndlin'v no.a *..::is Sras : -r: : tingling,a day that made one glad to I I' Bridges. PERSONAL
t.r.. tcko deal 41_ A. .. an .rrfctfmt. There will be two games of dia- *
its fnv her to /x. be alive, young; and driving out to ,
Gyp > -
j Boston Wa. i iI i
j at 'hrmjton-Welch /
rf; let* nfnutt. mftrr they ': lunch withsomeone, a day when 2 mondball in the Social League to-f' j STOMACH
tear the S._. *_.. the mover. i, I f vs. Hadley. |I, ,
.. everyAlBg' was flue! | -ghL The will I
Y rcr"II'' .slf-po.a..rr 1r-.. n opening content INDIGESTION victims, why
00'rir. *. .atrl.M.. ...._. Jli.oa City's -Btnctois. "Sure don't I : Philadelphia: at New York-Die- ,
"noa. k.r f..11ft' 1. c.c.. w1 I. re- I witness the Recreation and Bay-{tricfa vs. Tamnlis. I i i suffer? For quick relief get a
_.... .it4t Hurt.*... ATOCOT tV mind this? was tpitteunnecessary., free
sample of
view Park in Udga. a doctor's
and the
teeeeeeeeeeeee | tens, second
Mated apki 8.mersL for AH*on found tbe "cheap place"
r x charming.True.It lay In the triangle DOINGS YANKS TRIUMPH ', game the Garage boys will play NATIONAL LEAGUE i I II I prescription at Gardner's Phar

Chapter 14 ;: behind Regent Street down a small AROUND! THE GOLF LINKSBy ; I the Legion outfit The first tilt I I Cincinnati at Chicago-Johnk -!::I may21-22-23-2R-29-30 macy.

GUY'AGAIN dingy side turning and the outside OVERMACKMEN] | nil start at 8 o'clock. son vs. Henshaw. I ll-12-13x ; june4-5--

f. 1 was not particularly inviting:Just i This afternoon at 5:30 o'clock:: Brooklyn at Boston--Babich vs.j
"ALISoN just bad got 'In from amomlag4ahapphit a window with a heavy white curtain ( GRAVY) I the Service will the Ad-| Brandt. I [

r ; .when Per-j edged with tbe sort of crochet I..................................:.............. ministration boys ten at Bayview play Park.1 j New York at Philadelphia-', r J FOR RENt

:'tcr laid"There's a;entteman wait i lace Bathe one sees la-Franc: Some of the visiting dentists mediately launch into the finer CLEVELAND INDIANS DOWN j Tomorrow night the Cuban Frtzsimmons vs. Walters. jl I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
room inside, l low long ;
'Joj to*.* yaffj>s;; Mtai.Wbere ." and made np of several rut Into onE were very well pleased with our points of the Royal and Ancient ST. LOUIS IN FOURTEEN i i Club aggregation: will cross bats > St. Louis at Pittsburgh Hoar Day or Week Repair
course except for too much sand! t with the Bayview Parkers in the : Dean vs. Blanton. 1, all makes and paint them with
i Is naT Allaon wished her another was lull ot funny Pastime The
corners reason hero is
and dirt. A few complained of first game of a twin bill, and the 1 1i No-Enamel. We carry ,a full
:heart qroald no't:beat quit co hard. that had a fascination of their own. the stickers but have interested! in this game is because i i
xAlUoa each table cut off from the rest and they sand | Lighthouse crew will tackle the LEGALS supply of parts Agent for the
"111 the drawing-room, m..." half hidden try tan palms. The spurs: from Key West to Jacksonville it has been called cowpasturepool i Service team in the nightcap.; The i Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

San -uprtalri; outside the guests were altogether> queer-foreigners anyway:so they didn't have and anything that has to do : (Special t. The "'l
I drawing-room door she waited one fbr toe most part shabbily much complaint on that account. with cows. is something about the NEW YORK, Jane 4.-The 1 o'clock. \TIETHJI'DICIALCIRCI'IT! down and $1.00 per week. We

moment to .allow.\ the .tate Cash dressed and speaking In -a betel uf But they all agreed it U a good rural life and our hero has not jet 1 New York Yankee went to victory OP IN ,,THK M> FOR STATE MONHOR OK FMtRIIIt.COl >Tt.]'I Buy and Sell all makes of used

tongues. layout. The answer to the, made up his mind of whether it is I over the Philadelphia Athletics 7 : IC cue'c.ER''. I Bicycles Phone 276. J. R.
on her face vanish. BiMBlng was LEAGUE STANDINGS
Spottsy mustache is out..It' best to be a city in the sticks iLettie| I. Adams, joined herein Stowers 61 S Duval
fatal habit of hen that weJ sot A tired tooting alter waved themto guy I| to 4, increasing their lead in the :bT I her hnyhand and next I company,
-a. a.table at the far end and drew a 'wasn't Clarke Gable or William I or a country guy in the town. But American League standings I friend, A. Maitland Adanm. Street aprt-tf
r ,be cured. She opened door de Powell. .Somebody asked him if, be that it let 1 i f Plaintiff, I
I as may, us get on The Cleveland Indians ,
i, menu out of his pocket, dusting It downed : AMERICAN ".. Fweri..str .f Lie f
..murely.He carefully on his trousers before offering it was supposed to be Charlie with our story Our bero took up the St. Louis Browns!, 11 to 4. This I Club LEAGUE Tarn Sale Certifiemte.Charles : FURNISHED APARTMENT, elee-

wuibere hut today be looked It to the gIrL Chase. .Exit mustache. the game a few years ago! out of,, was a fourteen-inning battle. W. L. :<:t.1(i S.. Baxter If living, I trie ice box. Archie Thompson,
I New York .. ..._....... 27 15 .643 and. If dead tbe helm, de-
different. The shabby'Hansels ,i fell defense on account of his The I, ,_. .... 1001 Eaton street Phone 879-.
ltad "Bortsch? Ob, lovely! What'reKruskisY Chicago Cubs were victorious I" or other
Chicago .___ ...._. 22
been replaced by a Jounce snit of Alison was enchanted: Our personal glimpse today!I| uncle could talk of nothing else! i over the St. Louis Cardinals I hu. 15 ,595 i iI { claimant under the saidCharIeii I may24lmoxFURNISHED

'Shetland brown his crisp dark hair Robert's Idea of takes up from the country to the,I and Earl had to talk about some- I Cleveland "_m,.-_, 23 16 .590 ;,I H. liaxter. dereaned. .
; a restaurant was l !, winning the game! 6 to 2. Detroit ... .. ___ i or otherwise: Uat Real Estate 1
had been brushed Into some tort of strictly limited to the large and fashionable city or vice versa and is about our:" thing, so he let Uncle Willie take '! These were the only ,1 .u.m. 21 18 ,538 &: Improvement Company 1, !( APARTMENT mod-
gamesI Boston ._.__ ... __
.. 20 J9 .513 la '
'order and hla chin was smoothlyshaved. hotels which are on Picca old "fellow-state-sman"! Mr. Earl:I him out and teach him the game. I scheduled in either of the major -- 00 existing corporation under the organized law of and the ern conveniences 628 White, orGaiti
I Washington .. .. 17 22 ,436
The fcurtlar-tike companionof dill,.. Julian he of the noble brow. Our Today Earl u now showing Uncle 1 leagues --- -- State of Florida, I s Barber Shop. jun4tf
Philadelphia .. .. .... 15 23 .395
her night adveetnr.looi ed posh "Lord knows Shall we try them*" hero was born up here on..Fleming -l Willie how the game; should be The summaries: Defendants.

tlTely respectable now! "L ta! Or this-a can't even pronouns street next door" Tjfandpa played. But our hero will play NATIONAL LEAGUE I 1St. Louis! ...._.__m. 10 21 .270 It ORDER appearing OF from PlRLirATIO the sworn Mil |: FURNISHED HOUSE, modern

"What's the. matter?, When !he .It. 'You. .know, this is es- "Hokey-Pokey 3 Watkins' ice!I regularly and get to where he At Chicago R, H. E.I. NATIONAL.LEAGUE of complaint in the above entitled conveniences facing Park. Apply
I that plaintiffs do not knowand
railed down at' her like that..J11- citing!" cream parlor. Early., not liking'i can't break hundred. Then Tie St. Louis! .uu .mmhm 'm 2 9' 0 I pub- W. L. Pct ,I cause have not been able to ascertain. < 1403 Division street Phone

blue eyes dancing.'he was The same, He seemed to catch her mood. ice cream too much, "anting'' lays off the game for a few weeks Chicago ........um uuumm 6 12 0 New York ._......m.. 26 10 .722 I II after I diligent Inquiry whether the'defendant '. 487-M. jun4-3t

only. nteer than filet,raeatal ?>>lct1lr.. "Tow:like !It!" plenty of milk, had his parents'| and somebody! picks; him as an :> Batteries: Heus!'er. Hallahan,I I St. Louis ._..._.... 24 16 .600 i iI '(: br plaintiffs Charles !to v be Baxter interested'he'liered "' I

'"Nothing. OabvwelL-7oa. different "1 adore It! Ob. oh, they're move uo to the great state of Tennessee -j i easy mark for a free dinner. So !!1 Harrell and Davis; Root and Hart-I Pittsburgh u..m,_u 24 19 .558 prop-erty ROOMS
today. cooking It all over there. Grills always and so they settled in a Earl then out and shoot a I I ,
] : .
goes tnett. Chicago: .,. 19 17 .528 '
I,I ''' 'h u- i ii i terested therein Is dead or alive. "
"Ton mean properly dressed? fascinate me. I'd love to cook little town called Silver Point, bang-up game of golf wins the i Brooklyn ......... 20 19 .513 i.I It is therefore" ordered that tHE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00,

Don't yon like It? Ill go back and but our cook "at home gets huffy If which i is not a very great distance!I' dinner eats same and waits for : Only game scheduled.AMERICAN I Cincinnnti _._..._. 16 21 .432 :1' Charles S. Baxter, one of .the defendants g $2.50 and $3.00; per week,
in the t
change! He 1m so comically: in I go Into her kitchen I think that from Nashville. Well, our hero I the next '"fly** to walk into the Philadelphia 13 23 ..361I i' if living and if above dead, the styled heirs cause.devisees Double and Single. 128 N. E.

earnest that eke laughed. must be tbe best part of being poor didn't like the country too much ; web. Our hero's most dependable I LEAGUE Boston __ 10 27 270i ftrantee or other claimants' ; 4th street, Miami, Fla.mar24lmox

"Don't do that! ,1 Jo Jake Jt." She -one can do what oae likes oneself." Ion. account of he saw too much i I game is the part around the green. :i I At St. Louis R. II. E.I u. I deceased under. the, or said otherwise Charles In S. the sxter.l1 101-\

released her hand from a ahake that I manufactured so he lights I i True his woods and lone irons J'ett Cleveland ....................__.11 16 0 lowing described property, to-wit: :
had alread.last half a. minute: I WONDER If you'd"I'ftllyllte It-! out for the city and goes to Tarn-"t him down in a hurry but he will.. St Louis u..A..415 3 i! FRUIT SHIPMENT I I ( Lot) of Five Marlello(&) in Towers Hock a FiveS subdivision ,J I FOUND
"I know I should. Alison In '
"1'tho -.:lot fd suet.run romd and was pa. Not being satisfied with a : catch the opposition asleep on Batteries: Hildebrand. C. according to the plat i

make sure that yo were cone the earnest. "You see. we've Sired so mall town like Tampa he migrated :{I those short shots. He plays a good Brown L. Brown and Pytlak ; thereof recorded in Plat Bonk INo. 1 HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.
much tn hotels and plates, and then ;! AT LOWE'S\ STORE '1 1. page 140. of the Public. i Owner have
worse. my time at school-and when I'm back to Key West where he,,I game for anyone who ventures: Walkup Andrews! Cain, Knott.I r Records' of Monroe County, FlorJ J may same by paying -

"Not a bit. And father's recoverIng home, father likes to entertain his }f could be near his uncle "Wi1liamPioUII" out but once or twice a week but:: Weiland and Hemsley. l lI Ida. ; for this ad or return of
to the hill of
** appear complaint in I mine taken Je/ftr-
she reported.<< friends and wants me to be with him and so here he is today. If I still has a hard time keeping up]1 I Regular weekly shipment of said cause on Monday' the 1st day by mistake i
-0'," think fce'4 mind U we went i,I July A. 1>. 1'35.. otherwise the Ion B. Browne. junl-tf>
-I've never realty: been allowed to you let him get too near you he with his boss. Senor Amando At New.Yo--- R. II. E. fruits and vegetables will arrive I lot![ J;I
alterations o f MM bill will be taken
out and snatched a kite of ranch together have any fan of that -son. Bat It's will start in to talking electric re-:I Frederico Ayala, who will !sell youanything Philadelphia ......._....___ 4 11 2: tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash I r as confessed. PIANO TUNING "

? That's what I really came always been my dream to own a very frigerators but if you tell him i, electrical or even the I! New York ....u..m..u... 791 Grocery, 1117 Division street It Is further ordered" that this '_

for."I'd 1 want lore to to!talk" to '0"- little house and run It all myself! you have one already he will im-,jcice;J that makes the anything go. Batteries! : Blaeholder, Caster,I The shipment which includes a !'rder i four ho consecutive published week once a In week The or-I KANO': TUNER Laureano Mo

"A very little house he repeatedIt --- !Mahaffey and Richards; Deshong large variety of both fruits and I, West Citizen a newspaper reno. Excellent piano for sale
"Good. Come on then Tea to prink do your slowly, his eyes on her face. .e.ee.eeeeee.e.eeee.eeeeee..eee.ee..ee.eeeeee.aFOLLOWING Murphy and Dickey. I vegetables is expected to arrive : Florida. cheap. 1018 Division street.
"Yea-and a \rge cooking apron!* early in the evening Listed this Cth day of May A. DISJi. m23.1 mo
"No. but 1 must run and.leave! a I I .
laughed Alison. Only scheduled.The T
message for father." THROUGHBy games I (Circuit Court Seal)
"You'd look rather !" te f enforcement of laws
-All right HI wait" good Rigid ROSS C SA WTER.i FOR SALE
agreed. 37,000 rural mail carriers. against dogs running at large i Clerk Circuit Court Twentieth Judicial
As Alison turned towards the
of the State of Florida
door she added. "I mastnt be late "Ob. I'd adore It!" ( JOVE) .1 I i in the United States travel ant !| in Birmingham.., has! broughta I In and for Monroe County PERSONAL CARDS 100
"Perhaps, as a game, for a bit." ......................e.e................. ....... the I WilLIAM V AIBtTRT. printed
back, though rye got to meet - - ---- ---- I t aggregate distance of 412.000 70 per cent reduction in Solicitor for 1'lalntlffLm.14t cards, $1.25. The Artman

Daphne. lie spoke brusquely, almost roughly In Thursday's game William Larnin was his 13th appearance-j ina 000 miles in one year. I number t>f rabies eases there. -! : jowl Press anf7

"Daphne?" "No. I don't mean that. Alison Cates was one of the stars, when title contest. .Max Baer has I 1 ,

He had turned so ..klte..aa look. was serious.mean really. You see the Sanford Celery Feds defeatedthe fought102! rounds since he lift- -
I'm rather a dull sort of I
lag at her so queerly that Alison a person. Cocoa nine. It was the first ed the crown from Primo Camera

wondered what she could hare said. I'm not so frightfully good at games victory for the Feds in nine games. Humors are out that Maxie's right,

"Tea. Daphne Sumers. My step- and though rm crazy about music Cates batted in three runs, scored as well as his left, are ailing.'All -.
I caa't play or anything. I'm not a i
mother-to-be. Why? Do yon know two himself< and hit rafely twice, right we'll spot James J, Braddocktwo I
bit highbrow. If I try to read serious
herr had two putouts and two assist!, broken Baerian fists and still
"Xo. N-no! I dont think so." He books I generally go to sleep over 'I FIRMS
for a perfect day. It seems that lay you 3-1 that the Irishmandoesn't .
them! In fact. I'm not much goodat I .
turned rather quickly to the door. the club is about "made.:' It has"found" hear the 15th round bell i'
"Look here. Ill go down and get thecar anything, except Just doing things'with %
itself and from now on I .Although he Is oniy 26, Bar-|
my hands. At school: last
started up. it will be fighting, real fighting ney Ross' black locks are streaked

He down hurried away the and Alison Jotting do one,domestic my Dnl.hlocac.hool courses and, we 1 had loved to the other three nines. with gray. He may yet be forced I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemD
on telephone-pad a
casual "So shan't be in that; 1 liked scrubbing! It sounds to call on a bottle of shoe polish j I y j'JOHN
sorry to silly but I did!" I see where Philip Baker is now .The sale of Catcher Richard |.
"What earth
wondered. on The waiter bad brought two plates I in Miami playing shortstop for the to Connie :Mack is a tip-off that i
did I to Guy like that? '
Was It say Daphne upset? Bat why shoal her of food and set them down but both Bu skill Beer ten in the diamond- the great Foxx will be kept Ilt

of them had no more than tasted a ball loop. Well Cheta. you do first base and Connie will abandon -I'
name startle him like that bethink
she was some other Daphne Did or mouthfuL Guy was leaning forward not realize the chance you have hit experiments. .Bambino ,r PARK AMERICAN COFFEE ROSES
I .
what?" looking at her with a queer smile. lost. Some day you will find it Ruth broke down and wept real ; Now Offered In 3 Grades,

"At a guess I should say you'd out-when it is too late. tears the other night at the testimonial -J

of own and were always dinner for Rabbit :J.faransIville 25c FLORAL PIECES A
If she expected Cay to ex money your 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, ;
BUT the vet infielder at Pittsburgh j:
the Georgia-Florida League -
she was disappointed. His going to have money? In LARGO Ib 18c
first remark when she Joined him in "Yes?" Alison could not. see the the Capitols of Tallahassee won a .. .Aml if you are interested 1!: ; SpECIALTY 12 Insertions
v. & S. Ib 15c.
point. doubleheader and are now on top Wallp Pipp and Lou Gehrig i: ,
the car was on quite a different subject I
"That's why" of the league. Castillo in the first have held down firstba e for the i i Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES ,

"I say I hadn't thought. D'you "Wb, I Ilk. scrubbing She was game; hit two safely, but waa held Yankees for 20..... years. .Primo I. {(- Grocery, Store '
that he will flat, PER MONTH
Camera predicts
mind lunching In a cheap placer frankly incredulous. hitless in the second gameHe

"Not a bit. I'd like 11." "Yes. You don't understand yourself fielded cleanly in both games. ten Joe Louis the negro. in five e Roastedin KeylWest by SOUTH FLORIDA

"That's all right,. then!" He that's alL People like the things with 15 chances without an error.I rounds. .Ray Eeneg of the Dodgers -i j(. \ DURO PUMPS -

seemed considerably relieved. "Ton they haven't cot to do. No one'd is hor de combat with chicken i STAR ?Ff.EE :MILL (.

See, rm not exactor 1ltnc at preset play Soccer: they'd cot to! plat! by 'Farley ROM'" fight with )lcLEGALS -, pox. PLUMBING SUPPLIES ,. r NURSERY .

-- t *- law. They'd try and get out lot 1L .'.: .. <.'!.' I... ..,.... -- ,- -,," i .\i I : :' 5'2' Greene Street h. r.. $3 00
.l 'ft. t .. .. _. .
.:'Area't people building houses?" You haven't got to scrub: ; you dont 1 PHONE 348 '" Phone2S6'4'' d ...

Alison's mind darted to her father. think you ever will have to scrub, Because spittle bugs hatched .11l PHONE 597

Could he help'He.' 4 masses of so yon like it That's all too late, Oregon's strawberry crop 1 I

acquaintances, mostly wealthy: She said rebelliously "I don't M expected to be good this year. '1I I
think you're being fair!" .i* THE COt%'I'T jronFr! cornr HAPPY DAYS ARE HERB
surely It be tried be could find '. -
who wanted to build homes! He pushed away the strange cur. fV n OIITK. MONROE THEATERHelen I INSURANCE

But Guy seemed slightly pat out ry-like mixture In front ot him and In rv Estate of THE KEY WESTi

by the suggestion. lit a cigarette out of a packet IDA KAY FLEITA3.Iiecesed.. 1 Hayes-Robt. Montgomeryin I Jewfi.b 2 u... 35c

-H ases? No. If. not that-not Asked "My dear child what do you NOTICE TO CREDITORS VANESSA i Yellowtail Steak, Z I. 35c Office 319 DU'Yal Street
know about It? I don't T. all creditor and all persons<<
exactly rye had bit of set back snpp seyou've -alsoCAR --
a a
Ing claim; or demands Yellowtal. Bane, 2 lbo. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR
In my business that's alL. To put It ever seen real poverty I aid Estate: b.-j NO. 99 1 i
could show yon-" he broke off suddenly Ion and each of you are Grouper, 2 IL. 25csapper
.plainly. dropped a lot and had to Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orch-I TELEPHONE NO. !
notified and required to present
close down and l're only Just atarted and covered a momentary con I I 216.. 2Sc .
claim and demands which you or tra, 15-20c; Night $2 Per Year
work: again so at the moment rue fusion by striking a match. either of you. may. have against theentate I i M.ttoa F'rsL 2 ]I.. 25c UlmptUIn
But Alison bad caught the half of Ida Sea, Fleitas, deceased.late Yr M1o AtI
got to watch the exchequer. He I Try
of Monroe County Florida to I Key West's Only I Sunday -THE---
smiled suddenly at her. "I shouldn't sentence the Honorable Hugh Gnnn. County 1 I FRESH SHRIMP
think that yon knew what that |1 "You were going to say T* Judge, of Monroe County Florida ,: I Paper DJlftoaico Restaurant
meant do your"Being "Nothing that mattered." at his office In the County Courtbons. j\ FREE PROMPT DELIVERY. PORTER.ALLEN '
In Monroe County Florida. I RUSSELL'SI Business Office CitizCII e.aw.i..r Beer ________ 15.
"Yes. It did matter. She. too
abort of money? I suppose within eight calendar months from :
t don't." Alteon admitted. "Fatherpays pushed away the strange and taw the hereof.date Said of the claims first or publication demands 1 LOWE FISH COMPANY Buildin; COllP'' A IJlT six c..r. Di..era. ---

> everything for ating dish planted both elbows>> o* shall tM' &11
me. be in writing and contain PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ---------- floc 7k. aM kiss
"Judging by his sherry I Imagine the table and screwed up her courage place of residence and post office 1 1
that to say what was la her ma4. I address of tbe claimant sod shall
be sworn to by the (claimant his
"Very went! (C.pyrt9M,2111.Ioel'nU." ..... agent or attorney. CIGAR STORED
All such claims and demands not : AARON
They Ia'lhef: together lot ; M.cCONNEU Our
; a of filed within the. time and in the 4 i Reputation ia Wr.J PRITCHARD
laughter over a very small Joke. But manner prescribed herein shall be 134 Fkaiq Barest
Tom cr w, Ali meet Daphne o JENNIE B. DE BOER
void. |! I I ped i. e package
Dated he 4th day of June A. D.1

..w.wv.w.............. I' medal J. FRANK F1.EITAS, Basman.RelDms ; Al ,
tented Verdun France
.1 a As Administrator of the Estate, ot1 M
;Today In History first time in history Government Ida Seay Fleitas.. deceased. ) ByWiffi\ sal Watek .. -
W. CTTRRY, HARRIS. PRINTING Digdfd. 5,..... ..

....................-.. I I presented medal to a city. Attorney for Administrator. I I
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I : ;=; ; UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED I Today's Today's Birthdays ago. at Pennsburg Pa., 57 years

SOCETY :-: -by'Moviespodi5he' 4 r f Anniversaries ................a....... I Dr. George W. McCoy\ medical

U. S. Senator Thomas D. Schallof !I director of the National Institute

............................................. .... Jtatt Arthur kastui.sk ........................ Minnesota Lorn in Reed City j of Health born in Cumberland. Educating

Church Officers .. Local Teacher Goes ,tack out 1694! Francois Queanay: JJich., 58 years ago j t Valley, PJU, 59 years ago. |

To Summer SchoolMiss tkt n&xt cf French political economistphysician i Mr\ *. Otharine the
Paid Visit Here : born. Died Dec. 16, 1774. William R. George of Freevillc, W. McCulloch of
P1000ffC Chicago noted lawyer, born at
N. Y. founder
the George
)Ir. and Mrs. S.,J. Hale of Miami Leota Grillion, teacher at Junior Republics born at West Raiu*>imille, N. 'l., 73 years ago. Missus

officials of the Young People the Harris School in this city left I 1744-Jeremy Bclknap, Boston Dryden, N. Y., 69 years ago.
'. Service League of the Eastern -' on yesterday afternoon's trak fqr iiKr ur to flea : Congregational clergyman and historian Fontaine T. Fox Jr., of New
born in Boston. Died June York., cartoonist, born Louis'
Deanery of the diocese of Miami, where she will spend a
South: Florida were visitors to this I short visit,' after which she; will 20, 1798. Dr. Frank N. D. Buchman lead sills, Ky., 51 years ago. !

city:ovW'the week-end and spoke'''I proceed to Jacksonville for a stay er of the Oxford Group (a First .

at'the meeting 'of the Y. P. S.X.I:of several days. 1752-John Eager !Howard, sol- Century Christian Fellowship'), Rev. Chares: Stelxle of New

oT SL: Paul's Church! on' Sunday i j I' At the termination of MissGrillion's dier of the Revolution Maryland I York City, noted sociologist born
ish soldier, born. Died March 25, there 66
evening.: 1 ? visit in Jacksonville she .governor and senator, born in I years ago.

These talks were greatly enjoyed -I will go to Tallahassee to attend Baltimore Co., Md. Died Oct. 12,I 1913. '
teachers' school at the \ Dan: Carlos C. Alden of the:
.by,.the Jeagners and did much summer 1827. L
to encourage the members in their Woman's State College. I I I 1843-Charles Conrad Abbott, Buffalo. N. Y., Law School, bOrnat

league, work,. j!I Miss, Grillion was accompanied fj'L Denis :I*, noted naturalist born at Trenton, Wilmington, ID., 69 years ago
1816-Regis dc Tro-
Annual f corporal communion of j on the trip as far as Miami by N. J. Died July! 27, 1919.
briand, French-American editor I I _
young people in every part of the'!her mother Mrs. Leonard B. GrUj ] Dino Grandi former Italian
author and Union .general, born in :
United States will be held on j lion and grandmother Mrs Thos. 1862-Robert ("Bob") Fitz- Minister of Foreign Affairs, now
France. Died Island N.I
on Long ,
Wednesday. June 9. SC. Paul's, C. Pent. who will spend several Y., simmons famous American pugilistic Italy's Amt>a idor to LonJon,
July 15, 1897.1833Viscount!
League will make their corporate(weeks' visit in that city and sur- 1uM8 -. hero of 350 fights: born in born 40 years ago. .
cu t
communion at the early serviceon rounding points.'Arrange. England.. Died in Chicago, Oct. e
,Whitsunday it was decided. I Wolseley, Brit- 22, 1917. Subscribe to The Citizen.WHEN .

Reports were heard from the; Melody ---- -- _._-- --
various committees appointed to
give the league card party on Hour Program

Thursday evening. A large at- COMING home from the

tendance is expected at this party.' Thursday night at 8 o'clock theI LIVESIARBAT THEATRE I Just felt likt a
i I I fifth Key West Melody Hour willI
Card Party On f I be presented in the Colonial Hotel. Nchanr SNACK and a cool:

j Opera and operetta music will GLASS of beer.

Thursday Night j I' be featured. Among the compositions uotr -

i will be II Trovatore, Aida, y J wttr tiff $lauu twits STAKE

Service Leagueof ; Tannhaeuser. Ri oletto, Le Prop- -_ .
Young. People's k onc Qs 17t[ al I _
St. Paul's Church} is planning hete, and otn'ers. M J 4/GL. Ir lfrdJ'IYfL tlG[ t/a iLlt., -:) -
to. hold a benefit,, card, party onThursday i Vocal' and Violin solos will delightfully ,"'
the You need the same protection that drivers demand
evening,at fcjOO, 0 clock intersperse program.Legion race .
in. the Parish Hall. on Bahama, ,. .... --- .---,. ....Ci t;; -- SO I opened a bottle of
streetThe .I SCHLITZ and let some of

public is i" ."'cordially invitedto Auxiliary 'I COMPILE HONOR ROLLS FOR TWO KELLY PETILLO ON MAY 30,WON. ',blowout protection built into Firestone THAT deli amber

attend. Refreshments will be, To:'Hold Meeting the 500-Mile Indianapolis' Race on. Gum-Dipped Tires. lie drove his 500O GOODNESS' dtufcht

served! and attractive table prizes Firestone Tires, breaking the track_record: 'pound car over the hot salt beds at Lake MY throat.

will'be awarded.: Those attending -, There will be a meeting of th'c I SCHOOLS AT CLOSING OF TERM and driving the entire distance at a rate Bonne*'ille, Utah, 3000 miles in 23!Va .TIAtaVe little,"
have been asked to, American Legion Auxiliary Circlet :
of 106.24miles per hour. hours. This was an average speed of 127.2
bring their own cards. held tomorrow afternoon at the -- miles REMARKED the wife.
hour and
1 per although temperatures
regular meeting hour at the legion Prof. W.. C. Duncan principal'\1, lA2-Bertha Perez Anahnai This record is an outstanding were as high as 120, he had no blowouts WELL we finished

JIll Or Club i nouncement headquarters,made according today. to an- of the Harris and Division Street']i i Garcia. demonstration of tire efficiency. To go 500, or tire trouble of any kind THREE bottle

Plans I Schools has compiled an honor' miles in less than five hours on this rough "I never liked beer before."
Party A request is made for a large 'I PROMOTIONS These records are made possible! byspecial
'I. attendance. roll for each institution and also!} and bumpy 26-year-old brick track, SHE said, "but
j Harris School construction features built into
Members of tha Junior Wo- a list.of those being promoted toj:( Louis without tire trouble of any kind, Firestone Tires. THIS is different."
man's. Club are planning anotherof for the games and other forms Junior High and those who had:' Walter Canalleja Averettc,Robert Branly Castel-,I demonstrates the strength and blowout. I SURE,"says I,because the
-their cabana partiesfor of amusement. Hostesses will protection that Firestone builds into their no chances-protect your life and
pleanrant perfect attendance for the
past lano. Rex Cruz, Charles Caring, SCHLITZ people know bow to
Thursday evening 5 o'clockat : be Miss Cecilia Ellsworth. Virginia school year. I j;i!i Anthony Gomez Lennie Hobbs,I Gum-Dipped Tires. the lives of others by letting us equip
I GIVE beer at the peak
Perez and Yolando Men- '' car with Firestone Tires and you
Rest Beach.Preparations t Thee various activities of the': John R. Kerr William! Lones. Arturo your give you
are under way'I l doza. schools may be found below in the#|I i Lujan, Glenn Mitchell Douglas AB JENKINS ALSO RECENTLY the Safety and Blowout Protection that OF full-ripe mellow flavor.

order given above: I' Pap). Eugene Sawyer Colin demonstrated the stamina, efficiency, and race drivers demand. SCIENTISTS call it

... /. .. .. .. ... / Honor roll for the six weeks'i.i Smith. Billy Spence Hector Valdez ENZYME Control.

I :::::PERSONAL: : : : : MENTION: : ::::: period ending May 31: I j\ Roy 5!. Watson Joseph Wil-
6A-Adolto Harris School Valdez 1<| llama Sara Alfonso, Blanch Cervantes Before' you buy new tires ask yourself these three questions

.......... .. Lopez Hector -: Otellia Cervantes. Ellie
-------------- ------------- -- -- 1-"Will the tread give ANSWER No.1-Leading university tests show
me the greatest
Glenn Mitchell Ellie Rae|I Rae Gwynn, Kathryn Knowles, .
Mr. and Mrs. Pastor Sanchez Copeland C. Johnson who was traction and protection against flreetone Hifh: Speed Tires slop your car 13%
Florida Tinder Blanche
I Gwynn : i j Florida Pinder. Mary Louise Pin- quicker than the beat of all popular makes of tires.
who were visiting briefly in Key conducting religious services on Cervantes. !!I der, Evelyn Soldano. skidding

West, left yesterday for Miami. the keys returned yesterday.Mrs. 5A-Bill Games Raymond Division Street School 2-Are built to give me the greatest ANSWER N/.Unequaled performance records .
for cistern consecutive that Gum-
blowoutthey years prove
Ovide. protection
Otto Ackerman Sergio! Alvarez,
Miss Cleo Mikell, nurse at the: Mercedes Comas, who was 5B-Yvonne White Ellen Mae Horace Brightman Jack Cates, 3-"Without sacrificing these two. Dipping give you the greatest blowout protectionwer

Marine Hospital recently transferred -j I spending a while in Key Wes with Wharton Ruth Thompson, Barbara' Luis Godinet. Oscar Hevia. Russell important features will they known.
to the at Norfolk,:)I afternoon safety ANSWER No.3-Thousandsofcarewnersreport ENZYMES are something
hospital relatives. left
yesterday Jean Johnson. Fannie Mae In
graham Hyman, Billy Kessen, William give
longer thus
'i me mileage making unequaled mileage records -evidence: of the MOTHER Nature Into
Va., left yesterday afternoon. I l|i for Miami Harry Jones, Edwin Reshore. Lowe Leon Sands, Olga Aguilar, them the most economical tires I can longer wear and greater economy of Firestone puts
li 4A-4B Eugene Bcrkowitz, 'Victoria Arnold, Esther Calzadella buy?" High Speed Tires. THINGS like fruit
I4rs. Leroy Sawyer left ye-ter-i I Mayor Wm. II. Malone left year Roy Rogers, Chrlcs Sands Elsie'Zelia Carmona Dorothy Curry, TO make them ripen nice and
day afternoon for Jacksonville,! afternoon to attend the Perez Julius Ernest I
terday r Napoles, Ercilia Demeritt, Guselda Garcia. LUSCIOUS.She tells these
Volume-Direct Purchasing Straight LineMlnuf.ctur1nllndEfficient
where she will spend a while with'I meeting. of mayors of seaport municipalities Salazar, Henrietta Carey Vida Lila Gomez, Claudia Isham, Hol- I (tai"* 1 hthow
I i and Economical System of Distributing ENZYMES when
to start
relatives and friends. in New York. Thompson, Mary Ramsey Catherine lie Knowles, Betty Lewin, Georgina I FlrertoneTires flop con
__ I I Connor, Margaret RusselL., i i Machado. Olga Machado, Zeldai 15 to 25%quick**. to our 500 Stores and to 30,000 Dealers, BUT not when to stop.
"Mrs,.J. E. Duane-and two little:I enables Firestone to give you greater
Miss! Barbara Luce, nurse to 3A-Charles Cervantes. i Nunez Florence Ogden, Nellie THATS why fruit
daughters Patricia and Jacqueline -'I Mrs. E. II. Gato during a recent :3B-Earl Gwinn George Jensen Perez. Elizabeth Roberts Frances + values at lowest prices GETS overripe.OF .

left yesterday to spend the I serious illness left yesterday afternoon Everett Rosam. chaffer, Florence Smith. Juanita Can-Dipped cords
summer with Mr. Duane at Long: for her home in Boston:, 2A1-Patsy Albury Jimmie E Spencer Shirley Stansell, Bar- 12 give greater blowoatprotection. course. Enzyme are in all
GvmDippingil BEER when It'. brewed.
Key. ____ I I Mass. Singleton. 'I t bara Thompson Mercedes Torres, not and in other hr**. being
2A2-Nancy Disdiel, Edith Not-i| Cehna Valdez, Viola Whitmarsn.j THE trick I. to control

Mrs. James Johnson, who was 1| !Mr.\ and Mrs Peter Figueredo, Uge Jean Peterson, Ruby Whar-1. I 1 I THEM by temperature
spending a while with relativesand i ton, Geraldine Valdez. !j'PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR I -
who were spending two days with I TIMING and Ingredient
friends left yesterday afternoon 2B-Billy Ladd Donald Pearl-! YEAR
relatives and friends left
yester- SO that the beer IsPERFECT.
for the home at Miami Beach.:
I man, Laurette Bethel, Leroy Saw- School
day afternoon for the home in Mi I Harris
flatter tread .
I f\ Schlitz does it
ami. yer, Irma Sands, Carolyn Suarei'. 6A-Robert Averette Arthur +
Mendoza gives mere than 50%
Mr. and Mrs. Celido Elena Cordero. J SCIENTIFICALLY. That'sENZYME
| Roberts. loay.rson-skidw.or.
who were visiting briefly with'I 1A2-Josie Alonzo. Lauriette i I 6B-Iver Russell, Armand Aly- I IfIT3TPI011EU I"LlFlnl THE tiiiiiEi nPE I i i ClIl/EI/ TYPE I! Control. ..and

relatives left yesterday afternoon||t !Mrs.\ Lord, wife of First Offi- Russell Betty Jean Wharton. I I meda, Ellen Mae DiNegro, Geraldine TYPE I B.ilt f high Cad ...lit,I I God -.Iii,' !i THATS whySCIILITZ
for Miami !( cer: Robert Lord of the P. and O. 1A1-Majcey Houston Patsy; Kennedy. 1 B.ilt with hitrh pads watTi.l- wdw.d.w.t.i.M '
i q dw.ap..4.r .
: S. S company: and daughters Duane Amp aQ v14 Marion;> 5A-Alice "Suarez Jewel Mae: 1 m wMi" t .. ..e.i.l C.rrl.. the -.ari.' :: I
__._ u
Mrs. Eddie ,Wallace and three, Roberta and Eileen, left yesterday Solano. Char&s-PoSiikM: U '. ..i.Di.i.iO.SH1 .! Fine Doris Roberts Harry Lee! --T ..-ra11.d h..d r*...... ..._ FI...,_. .... awd ...re.....
children andBother.; Mrs.,,M. M.i! aft en>eon foe.loliami and after a School Ovide Billy: -r.DIiwtlr.d.tblgi e ..... ... I II
I Raymond .
Carey .f''a.
I '
Russeir left yesterday afternoon r.satdle.. I
; short visit there'wiU leave for 6A illy 1 Cates Russell Baker Oliver I II I I HIGH SPEED TYPE I .w hnond"1, fan* wit boat the .. ... ...... lire. that .rud : '
Homestead .y
) Wallace's
foe In. home at
after a of two days.-;;:'Jt fdWe. ) La., for a visit of two ...M.; ; -
visit months with .Mrs. Lord's mother. Demeritt Billy Lew in. Olga Ma- 5B-Edwin Reshore. Howard' slocks of -

returned Air. Wallace came ,inJSnn'day and I j *nI chado, FranceSchaffer.. _i 1 Russell Phyllis Aspinol Barbara: enormous materials the best and raw : : j 0 5 ;! I : tastes better and

thrsamesterngon'Clifton |I ''&: Meltzer'and 6B-Car.e\1\' ;' SuntoScrGeorgeMoss. ;,Jean Johnson. I highest grade rubber and I I $965" jI -6 I i $550 5405 I t "IS better. And that's
Mr r I. son, Curtis :. I L 4A-Sylvia Sanchez. I If cotton for the High Speed I I ,I I why
'i ; were 'irrivals yesterday from Tire. In oar factory we 4.41-2t 4,40-2t I 440-2t CL I I'm going to hare one more
Cates formerly of Key 5A-Leonora Lopez: ., J5B f f 4A-4B-Florence Saw.erMar.j: : .. I
: Miami with Mrs. select the -- .,
: to spend a while most experienced BOTTLE
West was an arrival yesterday fora JoIeJtzer's mother Mrs. Charles -;Elinor Larsen,, John Keff garet Pinder Catherine Conner, and skilled tire makers,t. I'I SIZE "nCE SIZE PRICE I I .SIZE PRICE i'' SIt f'lUC before we go to 1 ed."

stay with relatives and friends.i I I Curtis l, at the home Caroline. and Florence Saunders. I Margaret RusselL.Vida Thompson.II ,I build this. tire. II" I,-l--=::;;:;;;laccurately :- .14,-Slit .. l,' =.;;;- -' i "GOOD."says the Mtosos.
II 4A-4B-Alm.l: Asson, R. C. Skel-: 4B-Carl'Ford.I balanced andrigidly .. f7 I
Simonton sr 7.7S I .
I i streets. de
i l ton. Shirley Bullard, Jeanette' Saunders. Inspected and weknow : II s.f I' .1'-I ..a-n .4.7S ,
i 3A-Phyllis 52511 9.2e I ... i j
Paul Rosselle. proprietor of a I It is as perfect. i : : S25-It : 7.40 I I .
large machine establishment in Miami I Eatherlv. Dorothy Ranger. I 3B-Madge\ Mallory2A1 human Ingenuity. eaD''! See U I0.4e i s..se-n j I ..71 I 4.5..21 S.ZI ,
arrived yesterday for a visit George Coyle of the United 3A-3B-Ralph Arnold. Eugene i I -Jimmie Singleton. make it. I I I !
States Sweeting. Charles Sanchez, Eugene Oi4wSirw. I MrSkw, OIMtSir.+ I s7.n 5.11 I
narcotic who in Buckley.
squad was 2B-Dorothy ,
w.r.l tee
with relatives and friends i
I'I' Key West recuperating! from in-I Rosam. Harold HasLins, Rob-! 1A1-Maxey Houston. I loor1J

juries received in an automobile ert Albury. Emma Neal AyaIa.i 1 I 1A2-Conway Kelley. : -B: T:7PARK;: !
W. A. Freeman who, with his :: accident and being treated at the Lorraine Goethe Edna Phelan,I Division Street School $7 S I'

son. W. A. Freeman Jr.. spent the:': Marine hospital arrived yesterday I Penis Larsen. Noelia Bravo,I" 6A-Betty Lewin. I I .20 PLUGS ;I
week-end" with his father-in-Iaw.j' after a short stay with his family Monteen Bryant, Alice 6B-Wallace: Vinson.
T.. Jenkins Curry ,i j t in Miami. Ruth Lazo. Alice Salgado. Lo..e'j' 5A-Alfred Romaguerro. I SIZE PRICE; I LEAKPROOF Quick: spark-withstand : I

,returned yesterday. 3B-June DuPuis Lois Rae, 5B-Ruth Skelton.4A !I ; ; ti beat-longer: OB Draught

] Hiner. I -Nina Robidere... Royford I 4.50-21_ S 7.75 TUBES L_$555 life. t and
S. P. Western Union
Bonghton ti
2A-Armando Saso. Roberts. i I I i ii
!' I 4.7S-19____ LO !
Will Thelan. ctident at Spring I
; Telegraph company representative 2A-1B-Ethel Mae Roberts,I 4A-4B-Rooatind-A'but'' )'. Delia i I Sealed IiTBroi
Hi'llCollege, Mobile Ala.., arriv- from the traffic manager'sioffce James Miller Beverly Rae Cruick- Mae\ Curry P.. C, Skelton, Eneret- SM-I9 8.80 against air :
,etl yesterday to spend the vacattonitii in Atlanta, arrived ISZ18_ 9.75 I
: | yesterday shank. I te, Sweeting.4BElma. v I, leakage to 580 t Bottle
5 0-17 0.70
his mother. for brief business confer- :
I I. a 2B-Virginia Kelley. Raymond I MaTonev, Carolyn I : give greater
,i jence with the local management 6M-16 1.95 w
Thompson. Francisco Garcia Lee I Jarrett. mileage.
::: and left in the afternoon for. )IiI Griffin Will Underwood. I 3A-Harry Cash. I 4.75-19 HD_ 10.05' Eaeh
"lirfy Gardner, assistant cashier 5.00-19 HD_ 1.05 i 7
:ami. lAI-Jean Doughtry, Alice 3B Elizabeth Knowles. 14,40-21 ill Sea
.:at the'First. National Bank. re ll i, ]I 23-18 HD_ Z-O 14.50-21
turned*last night over the highway:r I < Diaz Nellie Mae: Romaguerro. 2B-1B-Claudius Spencer. 5JO-17HD_ Z-75 4.75.21 ___1= 45i

.from'Ihlamorada' where he went:! Miss Elizabeth Barnes; daughter -.-- __ ____ i iI i, I 6.00-17 HD_ 4.30 i
'Sunday to off the veterans' of Edward Barnes of the state ..
pay I 50-19HD_ 7.45
at the several camps.J. I j I treasurer's office at Tallahassee,I .1
| arrived yesterday by train and win : Orfcst. Pie < tteM>.olT. Lsw I
I BROOKL YN.-E. C. Abraham.. DALLLAS. Tex.-,John I
I be for several days the house
P. Stickney, door keeper I i pest of Mrs. W. Hunt Harris at I tried in a court in this city for I a beggar of this city was fined: *+*+*L
during the session of the Florida!;i'!: the home on Caroline street. ., forging two checks proved that $25 because he cursed: a man who I -Swtiay l1.1 Rnd.rd w E'Gr; M i;Al.rr.rrf Gi drs

legislature, returned over thehighway !i,I Ii i I he could neither read_ nor writ. gave him only a dime. -rFLtPNdww6..AEs.-Prq.;pN.B.c.,_
last night accompanied!i 1 I
by.Mr*. Stickney.Carl Mr and Mrs Harold J. Kaelin. checks Il t
i I who were married in First Methodist -s I I Card artyMALARIA l i

church: Sunday afternoon left PAUL'S TIRE SHOP The BeerTbat M duMawaakee
Benefit Y. P. S. L SU Pa Is
Curry, mother and several! yesterday! for the home in Miami. i. 3 dayaCOLDS 1ate.e.sL.

members of the family who were: Mrs. Kaelin was before marriage" Church 1 I RAYMOND CURRY Manager t Nlma.

visiting with relatives in Kentucky Miss Mary Evelyn Parrish. daughter PARISH HALL 1.( .. T'om. .scaLlye.a.aaeC0 5e.S,

for several! weeks returnedover 1 of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parrish, Tkwr*Uy: -TmiB(, 8OO o'clockEACH I SJ...N'_Di..- first day. FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65 s-I M&VAUUI..
the highway last night. I of Homestead. I PERSON _. 2Se !
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