The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00034
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For.66Y.Beat Interests e of Key t'dtOIh.West r- ,; Citizen most range country equable of; only with weather 14"an Fahrenheit average In the


State Treasurer Advises County HOLD REHEARSALOF KEY, WEST JOINS IN CAMPAIGN Vice President Garner Wins ConfidenceAnd


Commissioners Of Conditions In

.* Of Senatorial
HERE LAST NIGHT Respect Assemblage
i A state-wide anti-mosquito bulletin says: "Aeries aegypti

Suits On Bonded IndebtednessMany paign is being launched by theState --- ,
-- .
Board of Health in an 'effort -
known as Stegomyia) is
I i ACTIVITIES BEING CARRIED to prevent '? recd IITenC of 1 eee.e..e.e.ee.eeeee..e. r

., dengue fever this summer The domestic' : mosquito. It breeds NORTHERN VISITOR: Given College Honors Solon In Higher BranchOf
(produces) in and about human
1 success of the campaign entirely

Other- Matters Are DOHERTY CASH BY Kty WEST ADMINISTRATION -I!I on the shoulders of the habitation selecting: any water MISSES KEY WESTRev. \ s..eeeee..eeeeee Congress Eventually

people of the state a bulletin: contained in barrels

Discussed At Regular NOW IN HANDS "sued by the health board says. i tin cans, tubs, buckets pottery bottles discarded Learn Ways Of Presiding -

"Proclamations by the governorand I I
automobile tires, house
A. I... Maureau of the
Held Last Eve of avail
the ]
Meeting mayors are no gutters, cuspidors (even in use), OfficerBy
OF COMMITIEE The first rehearsal:! of the Key unless the citizens do their part I Ii flower vases, water in dishes in I local Catholic Church. it in

ning West chord I croup, sponsored by I i in a clean-up campaign" 'the which: tabe legs are set to stop receipt of a letter from Mr*.
the Key West Administration as letin adds. bUlj I
ants in in
; anything or out of the
LARGE DONATION MADE FOR an adult educational; project, was I I In Key West, the house which holds water for more C. A. McKeowa at Fluthiug. lay HERBERT A.--'t.PLUMMER d Presses
held last night in the studio at 1: already well under way and only][ than
County con\raissoaer! last ; a week. The larvae of this Lone Island, New York, who WASHINGTON. Juno 6.-Vice
were PURPOSE OF ADVERTISING 414 Simonton street j I I last week A. C. Tanner, sanitary| mosquito may be found in a wide'

night; i. regular meeting advised STATE OF FLORIDA TO OUTSIDE The group of more than two engineer with the Key West Administration -I| variety of water receptacles. it a descendant of Thomas President Gamer never bas more

score singers went through several j urged Key Westers One Moore, the that a '
doing control of this insect: poet dating !
i in
a telegram from W. V. Knott, -. !i aptly demonstrated why it is hoi
WOP.LD choral arrangements and left the j to do their part in eliminating', should overlook

late treasurer of the condition rehearsal enthusiastic over the re-;! standing water from theirjpremises. !I water, from the nothing foulest that to holds the she i i. longing to be back in ,its i so popular with senators in Jail

.1 I suits of toe first night's meeting. '' j, cleanest" Key West arin.
extant relative to the suits for :; I I capacity a* their presiding offs
A large cash donation an George Wills White director of j[ Dr. Henry Hanson, state health|I i The work of preventing a recurrence The letter ii. part states: -
interest on bonded the music section announced at :officer in a recent .discussion of j of v rfa leer than. when. .ho suggested a
indebtednessand ;i dengue will depend
i guaranteed expense account tendered the close of the rehearsal that in'' the subject called attention to' On the'town I "I miss Key West very :
and individual citi- thorough revision of the
that sufficient monies had ente
by Colonel HenryL..< Doherty the future rehearsal :: 1 1f
regular nights; last summer's epidemic of the] zees the bulletin declared. much on account of the beautiful i
keen impo.n U
Miami and Nassau, this week' in- as was the case this week j'close, detailed inspection of mos-]I renter e\ery properly clean owner or climate and the bathi.lftand .
The intention of the com. would up his or herown j i
The change.W3S made to avoid aj j quito breeding places will prevent I be able
hope to physically
stilled life into"thelI F1 pick all:
..*.io_.....woe. requested. new t-i I conflict with Wednesday night: : another outbreak." j up cans' I When -rudy-faced Texas
and O other rece.llor.<1 3 that, will hold
ida Committee' effort tot I I and financially, to return
church) services and other affairs : "There is a real danger that, ,, DR. BOB
Present.at >the meeting were! I ; water in the house or out in the JONES JR. i left the Speakers dais in the
lish a state j-uvertisinr' fund..l'ay..1 I which take place that night. j there will be a new epidemic of j|i yard, the city! to haul cans: etc- there in the Fall." Connected With Asbary Park Institution )

Chairman.!Carl Berraldi Commissioner ., men I. of the Numbers which were sung last j, dengue with the approach of,i,i to the dump and bury or burn J I In KentuckyGIVENJJEGREE house to preside oyer'tLe senate,
tion expense from they Doherty night; included Gilbert and SuUiv.n's -,{ warm weather" his said.'I
B.'B. Warren and them. the campaign could be sue- many senator frankly were skeptical -
Nathan'j]j contribution made possible the es- Gondoliers'; choris. for mixed "This can: be prevented if the i j eelSfully carried out. Start at MRS. E. HODGESADDRESSES .
Nile, Clerk Rots C. Sawyer Attorney -I) tallifekment of a trust fund into voices; the "Luxemburg Gar-i I i State Board cf Health receives;! once. By so doing you will help I JONES I[ a* to how they would get

which all monies derived! from the dens" and "By the Bend of theRiver" 1 the full cooperation of the individual -:; I
to prevent of along with him. know thatI
Wm. V. Albury. Chief: the : a recurrence an epiI LOCAL They
recent membership drive are :placed for women's voices; I I i municipalities of the]: demic that cost the people of this!
for the exel itic of ad- chorus: of camel drivers from the I 1 I I I ,I "Cactus Jack" was soaked in the
Deputy Bernard Waite and .eY- purpose I i state as it did last summer when|:i state thousands of dollars in doc- i

ral interested citia..,. I vertfciric: Florida in the north. opera. "Rebecca" for from men's Von voic-Flo- '''I strenuous and successful efforts;;; tors' bills and medicine aside from : ROTARIANSTODAY I II o tradition of the house] that a*
and "Prayer"
"This fiat
means net a :: es; : were made to prevent the spreadof the suffering and loss of time I'
It was shown in the telegram t dollar contributed to the All Florida .j tow's: "Stradella." for mixed voic:: the epidemic from the l'outh-1[ from work and school. CONFERRED AT ASBURY COLLEGE Speaker ho had been accustomedto

and an accompanying list of Committee for advertising this j I es. sinsring. I r eastern part of the state." i;i i "Get the clean-up started and I LINCOLN SPENCER WAS VISITOR IN WILMORE; rule with an iron .hand at time
directed the
state ran be spent for salaries or 1\11'\ White Had it not been for the
bond-I' cooperation -;| make it a continuous one. Do not I
holders and indebtedness
committee Bernal E. His brother, who is visiting here. to expedite business.How .
of the REGULAR
j I I municipalitiesand i I clean up this week then let the -
coupons that a settlement Clark, executive, tecrcta-y with offices Sumner White accompanied at I
citizens the epidemic would: and rubbish accumulate for
I cans : would he act in the totally
amounts on a basis of 95 on the, in Miami. announced. "The the piano. have spread over the entire state,!i,,I[ a month. It is much easier to I ; OTHER FEATURES
already : I I the
trust recount ha been establishedin With the :) which has :; atmosphere opposite
dollar and possibly 90 could be{ '.I started attending rehearsals! ,'the bulletin says; as it was there l 1 keep the premises clean by put-, MAKE UP PROGRAM I prrUI t. The ritlwn I
end the wheredeliberation
Miami of capitol
the First National Bank of
: 'I
made if the matter was decided; choral were very few cases reported inj l ting the rubbish in a box or barrel WILMORE. Ky.. Jane 6.-The
1 and represents the funds !)aid'in j I it is expected that a large; t I I time-killing and such
I I Ithe. central and northern or garbage can and have it honorary degree of Doctor Literature
"por of
at' once. j I from 41 Florida cities. It is toj: group will be the outgrowth since ;!< f things. were the rule rather than
lions, due to the cSean-up campaigns -, hauled weekly and properly, |
That the settlement would have be used in a pl"'rra.n of advertising !i those attending last night's reheareal -, 'II I away j The Key West HoUry: Club held wa conferred upon Bob i I the exception
in the municipalities I disposed of. In so doing, will
to be made within thenext- two'.: in the north !laid! out by the'' represented only strength a small of J Quoting: from notes prepared:not i only not be bottiered: you}by mosquitoes sis regular I in.heoH today 'withi Jones, Jr.. b;:; Anbury College at I Garner's actions in the first

months was pointed out and saggefation -! committee's executive board part of the potential in West. by Dr. II.,, T. D. Griffitts of the!,i but you will have the s&t-i several guests In atl-Midance, the t; the Commencement exercises i" days increased their suspicions.

from the treasurer wal.'' vhicti include seven "eprescila- i choral orgaization Key 1I U. S. Public Health Service pubtihhed isfication "of knowing you have meeting beia;- fesided over by f i hei" e today i He displayed a tendency to speedup

that_ settlement be made at once I date tive newspaper headed I>r jviblb'iers Ralph: ;:; Nicholson of !the,!,I in a special bulletin issued j i done your dty to yourself." your I Eddie StrenL, president, sf theorganization. I Dr. Jones is only twenty-three I cedure.routine Rumor parliamentary has i it that some pro-
!I'CAMPYORKER\ I byt! the State:;; <<; Hoard of Health, the family and your neighbor.: i, years old and is probably the
on the basis mentioned. The mat-i general manager of tie Tampa I senators privately called his hand
1 _. i youngest nnn whom thiai
_. upon
Times.," i, -----0----- -- .
referred to Attorney Al- Daily I Mrs. Edwina (lodges reprc&entYilive and were ldJI1.n.111u! him they
ter was ] hlnQtM evertees .
1 1I f'H fertMwj
bury to-be lIscusscU wIln"B7"M.7""'Chsrtem..iilhi: th All !| '- FOUND DEAD 1 I!JUNIOR of"tir:-e Slate Board of j well as America's- youngest col- would have "to keep on their toes
Duncan who has supervision over' r.orida! Committee consists of 1'111'j I I i! lleUlh: in the "capacity of public i lege exeentive. He has been for as far as he was concerned.

this matter. l' FloiiOa i newiparers who r.re ; nurse, w. amorthj: guests andgave Won'RespectAs
two the of
Bonds for deputy sheriffs on' lie izing the movement for a state{' BODY DISCOVERED AT NO.I CASE REVIVED If \ 't: an interesting talk on the I Bob years Jones College at president Cleveland. time went on, however ni'".
funu Fell Florida's assets in the WILLJMDMEETMEMBERSHIP
)| f j activities of the with
the keys recently appointed by organization;: i j Tenn., which institution!( was knowledge of parliamentary precedents
north. Any Florida: newspaperwill : ISLAMO- _____
-! 1 CAMP which she ii affiliated .
Sheriff Karl Thompsonwere approved of I I founded by hist..t.her.. the internationally and his respect for senatorial
for W. At Parrish and! accept mem.erslip'dues: RADA SUBPOENAS ISSUED FOR C1T1.1J TO ENGAGE IN Mrs. Hodges gave an outline of:; famed, evangelist. methods 'of doing! thing,

Chailcs Williams I I $1.00 per year .er person or Checksare contributions I I i I her plats in connection with UK;| Bob'Jones, Jr., is widely known won for him',confidence and rspent. ;:*
Bond for T., S. Caro commission any i i proposed work to be tarried o there ts an inUrr-reter rf Sha"csrearean .

as notary public was pre-I made nayable to Trust! Ac- i i PROCEEDINGS !1, TION WORK t which rvi'l; !.e in conjunction characters and is m jcf in demand His suggestion of revising the
aunt. All Florida Committee and j I One of the members of Veteran's -
and j T-ith the local FSKA sctnp. for lectures and| cit "s in rules made debate
rented approved. j 1 1, I if : l colleges was during on
I will be forwarded to the headquar-j: Number 1 at Isla-
L. L. Lowe of Tavernier addressed |I Camp I' i, The speaker: asked for the co-, and! universities.: the naval appropriations bill when
ters office in Miami. I dead thisi '
morada found
relative to the! was operation of all Rotarians: in. the. Dr. Jones leaves for New
York members
the board of the senate committeeinveztic.ting
committee has also recived! t'rushed.1 issued [ The first sectional of
Tile morning with his skull I Subpoenas were yesterday meeting
condition of a' road at that point; 1 I { program of activities. where he is sa'linj in H few days the munitions industry ; -
!' an offer of $20.000 in cash from j:: No particulars were received in i!i out of circuit court for 65 i t the Key West Junior Patrol is Lincoln KffncT. district Trcighti for I I
of re-I j summer in the
need cng.igemects:
in inserted
which was badly the i attempted to have
Col. Doherty, contingent upon |' Key West nor was the name of j scheduled; for tomorrow afternoon i
pair. Mr. Lowe showed that origInally -| |l citizens of Key West named in a agent cf the .Flo-id Cast Coast British Isles. legislation not Under
raising! of rn aJf'itioni' $40.000 the man learned. i i at r.a)vicw Park. The meeting i is' ,,, germane.
the road was constructedat 1 j I bill for an injunction to restrain lUilway Comp ,, wt a isitor ctI the rules of the senate the Vic-(
for the state advertising fund section
to tart at 4:30 and
I Sheriff K. O. Thompson who, j p. in. I the session, ant expressed his !I
his expense. It is estimatedthat I throughout: the: elate; this yew. was in Miami on his return from them from interfering with opera-:) members then will learn of their* rleft'nre at LONG SERVICE President was forced to rule ;such
being present among'his
about $750 will be requiredto I I tions of the definite duties in the activities lori proposals out of order. He hesitated
Mariana Fla.. where he went with j I state plant board at friends agrin.i STREATHAM :
make the repairs. The road is Kng.-Wilham; I r to do so and called attention
i lu'mmer.
i the patrol during the
two boys sentenced to the reform''
; Key West.Jle.riJ1g. After the usual
i rendering : has Lelfringer
of automobiles, VISITING GROUPAPPRECIATIVE song Shepherd been' for
used by thousands school advised Key. !! >'The Key West Hospitality Band ., to the fact that as Speaker
the winter was on the injunction the meeting: was; ordered adjourn- a church in this city more than 60
it was bhown during proceedings is to few numoers for the ;, of the house he frequently wan
1 play
West of the matter, and was to''' a cd.
'season. I 'i are set for June 20 ; years. forced to do the thing
| same
OFCOURTESY.SHOWNJ or as first meeting.. Gerry Curtis, director !
leave at once for the scene, to in-! ;
.. .
'1-- .
Of the required sum approximately ; ; Boon thereafter the -- against his wilLA
vestigate. !: as Judge Jefferson -: of work operations in f
$300 can be raised by residents !''! B. I Key West A Administration will :, : thorough revision of senate
The ,men at the camps were Browne of circuit court,: pre-I WORtfWpROPOSED' i i
along the road. Under normal PRELIMINARY 1 rules the only way to correct
M iihoff{' early this week and it is:I I decided on the d-te. i r tide. I[ I was '
circumstances the residents"would the situation, in his opinion.
", (' surmised that the accident happened -! Only two brief talks are schednled
not..ask for any assistance to be given and they, with:I i 'He May Be 'Rijdt'.j
i during drinking party.i|l ; SWIMMING POOL NOW PROGRESSINGi l
but with! conditions they are CILFOND RECEIVES t. rTpt But whether he was struck by I,i!1 LIGHT TENDER i, I he band numbers, will not con-: | Mere mention of revising scn-

and the great loss of fruit cspecially -I|i, I II another person or fell and received -|1 | Mime wore than a half )hour'*'I _'n,, ,;. I It l,;t ate rules is sufficient to arouse

limes, occasioned by the! FROM MEMBER OF HOMEMAKERS the injury has be i 1 time, itt |I planned. !t senators'' to a f hUngplood.. The;
long continued drwrht, the funds yet to i: RETURNS HERE Preliminary work on Key West's" .ibnre:! enhance! the bearjf ,
j i CLUB RELATING i ,-The- section meeting tomorrow 'have; resisted all, such .attempts
hfft"lINir"l.citnnot be raised. '!' I determined.YDISCOVER: ____ ___ i it 1 lathe: fifth. ,' led by Douglas McCarthy !! sew outdoor swimming pool whichis $$1h? \li\\\EB}, ?i provide all th:? need 1 I\'successfully in the past.

Mr.I Lowe''was assured: : the corn TREATMENT ACCORDED ; I II and Harriett Johnson. '-f a mobile pool of this rind. I II ]I "Cactus< Jack," however, has no

missioners would( do all possible:: I t TWO I Lighthouse: Tender Iry returned :|I.Supervisors in the recreation deportment to be comparable to BO other I At be eastern: end of the pco1, I!,! idea of emulating his predeceI

to give the aid requested and: Ifcft night from ;a trip to waters inI I' & of the Key West Administration pool in the country i.i progressing.I i ii '* planned! two diving owers of sore No sooner had he made his
steps toward that end would l be Appreciation for the courtesies ALIENS IN CAR t the vic:..;tv of Tort'sas whe. a1j which: organized the .: the heights! and dimensio'ns require I suggestion then he hastened to
taken at once. Attorney Albury I junior Plant for the construction of diy.i t'it '''!
patrol. official meets
Miami swimming
whatever to
extended members of the j j nrmler of buo\s -vcre relieved and I I | add he had no wish!
assured Mr. Lowe he would take: Homemakers Club when they were! ,I Ii I'I I other activities attended ta. '' -, towers, dining pavilion dress.ing .i rrc tr be erected. Although metj '']: take away any of the senate's unI -

up the matter relative to devising in Key West last week was expressed -j I : Returning, on the iSTR. TAKES I j erg:! the requirements ..t tc ath- ;!' limited freedom of debate.
a for making the re-! j FOUND LAST NIGHT WHEN ; ship 'ere! CUBA : l.. ...- 'I
tii- onion the
program in a letter received by 1\1.\! i '" Lieutenant; W. H. Jackson. U. Sol ,i room and other necessary attributes J i tower>> to he i That was a different thing entirely

pair I I E. Gilfond. Key West Administrator -'! FERRY ARRIVED FROM N.. communication officer i i in I .I Isn i keeping:: with the beauty of the I 1 as far as senators are con-
I'I'I the be.i
Fernando Gato presented a'' from Mrs. Addison Hall of: charge of the UI\li! station! Lieu. 132 PASSENGERS I I of pool are now 1 atoll. I|I[ cerned. The hated phrase "revi-

sheaf of telegrams and communi-! Miami. who arranged the trip in I I HAVANA CUBA ,:i tenant J. H. McKinney and En-I I ;iisg i>i prepared, it was laid this Along; the boulevard side of the i I 1 sion of the rules" means but one

rations from Paul Boysen now int Miami. \ sign; George ",\. Schleycr. Ur.ited pool a boardwalk will stretch, and :j i thing to them-a concealed attempt -

Washington explaining efforts: "We want to thank you for all I Desiring to enter the United I I|f States Na-al Rsserves, who went Steamship Cuba sailed yester- morning. I there bathers will have an opportunity -,., to deprive them of their

being made to secure funds for,, of courtesies and the good'! States. Fausto Suarez 19. and!,'' ,!1! day afternoon for Havana with ,, i to rest in the sun. At to when and as long
your an inspection of Fort 'i I I The pool, of deep water to fa- |i right speak
brid es. Letters ak that the Mon-;; time you gave us in Key West")I I Luis Rodriguez 18. chose the;; ron, returned on the vesseL Jercer.I'I' 110 first class passengers 22 second the western end of the pool 1 tbej!; as they please. Garner either waI >"

roe County Road and Toll Bridge: Mrs. Hall wrote in part. "The j wrong way of entering: when they:', Mrs. Jackson Vife of Lieutenant class six autos, seven tons t|I,I cilitate swimming and diving is, pavilion and hath houses are to'I having his little joke or else jib-
Commission! ask to be reappOinted Homemaker are still talking;j hid themselves in a pineapple carp](i I Jackson! c!'d t".eV ';v.ghter.! :; of freight and 323 sacks of mail. '' located on the north shore boulevard be erected. Although plans have i I ing senators in subtle fashion.

and make another application for about the trip and look on it as a i!! in Cuba and arrived in Key Weston j 1, !I Ferry Palms arrived from Cuba {I|' just east of the first rail-I I not yet been drawn for these they|[, Vandenberg of Michigan a I'e.
the money to build the struc-[ very happy page in Homemaker I the Ferry Palma yesterday aft-' | yesterday ,afternoon with 14 carloads -;'s;|I road crossing. {,I are to be in keeping with the n-1'publican and one of those against

tures. J history." | ernoon. j jf i i FINDER GOES TO ,1 j ji I o$ pineapples! 5,819 crates;.I' !It is being designed in such a I I tire plan. j i whom Garner ruled probably ,expressed
the' 1 103 tacks of mail: l and five empty;iI to resemble South Sea i to be net in :
The speaker was informed Many of the club members who f i When the cars were opened last way as a Tropical plants are t the reaction of all his colleagues

commission is not in existence; remained over in Key West an extra -t j! night for the fruit to be trans-J' LEGION MEETING!, call;:ti' atoll, and is expected to be one of,I the marl outline of the pool which when he replied in gallant

having formally! sent in their day saw the film of Old Fort{{r erred the young men were found I i I Stitiruhip Granada, of the'| the outstanding attractions of Key I forms the crescent shape. The marl ; fashion:

resignations to the governor and Jefferson with comments by Low-and' turned over to the immigra-: -- t tL I II Standard Fruit and Steamship,; West when completed. For" more wall is to present variety ofj i iI' "I thank the chair.. Hu*Xcellent -
all matters pertaining to the ell Thomas. Others expressed an j tion authorities. At a hearing J'L !f Company is due to arrive 2 than 400 feet the pool will extend tropical growth adding to the-j: judgment leads me to believe

bridge must be taken up with, interest in the film and Miamians: this morning their tales were told I I John Finder post commader of,: tomorrowaftemon from!i along the shore of the boulevard.j I' beauty of the spot. I Ii Ir he may have been right
with J. Claude' !II Philadelphia with two passen-;: and at its widest point Deepening of that part of the
him j are now communicating |and the matter reported. by Arthur.Sawyer Post 28, American !r (when he ruled against Vanden-
Schedule of bond offerings:" to! S. Dudley relative to the possi-j i Albury in charge of the local im- Lesion left yesterday afternoon!.' gers. i nearly 300 feet. At either end.;I I I pool which is now shallow i is expected -I berg's amendment).

the state board of administration -< bility of borrowing the film to, migration unit to the department for Daytona Beach to attend the The vessel is consigned to the:I Yo ire flood gates ere to be install!; to start within the next few I

w** read and referred to Attorney ; show in Miami. {' of labor in Washington. 'Deparment Convention of the Porter Dock Company, will ini i eo!, making: it possible for tde: |I t weeks. Most of the water already

Albury for discussion withlB. I The young men had.made pre- American Legion. port several hours taking on fuel,i water to tnn through the pool jtl 1..; has been deepened by the drag- Het Weather Refreshment

M. Duncan. !, WEARS SIX WATCHES parations to live fairly comfortable The convention; U to be held oil and will sail later for Fronten. -; keep: ? out seaweed and f;,h. I I line collecting marl for road eon-

Clerk Sawyer reported collection during their passage. They June 6, 7 and 8 and Commander Mexico. ': Members: of tl e Fine Arts C".oI1'.1|I struction and other repair work. Refreshing SuBVmer Drink,
) Alamo of the Clyde-1 mis3i"n this morning The pool, when completed is expected f I Sundae a.d Jersey Ice Craaas
! of delinquent taxes during NEWPORT. Ark.-Dr. W. D. had been they admitted, shut up Pinder is delegate from the local Freighter early

the month of May amounting: to i Hinson of this city always carries for two days in the car, but had organisation. Earl Hathaway was Mallory Lines is due in port Sun- he pool personally and lad.f.1 I to be one of the places of i Gardner's Pharmacy

$2.226.96. Of this amount $1- six watches-four of the pocket three bottles of water, food and also appointed a delegate but busl- day morning from, New York enl inite plans for the layout when; attraction for tourist coming here!

(ContInued: on Page Four) ] variety and two wrist watches. plenty of pineapples. ''ness prevented his attending route to Tampa. I to be incorporated in the general next winter. I Phono 177 Free Delivery

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-....Jilitl'>I11lf4J+anlaldeat. A woman President for the United] I o o o o* *o* v: ..e i'Ofa'ED TTK OP riomm.' i\

;JOB; JILLK*.'Aa.-bt..t. B..U.". Mwger. I I Temperat rea* t .\M, FOR wonor'oI"t1'%.
The suggestion-in the form of a l GET11WG OLI7' I I CHt\'ER1..
rrom'TIi CItIU. fea&dla I 'j I Highest! .... .. _.... .&111.o..est :j. IV Stttltv..
-- .
Corner O* n* and ,ABa ldtra.t. prediction-comes straight from the White Complainant,
i 30 .. ... .. .
-- I i I ----..- .-- --77 : vs Olll f.r I.reie..re, ftMrtK
.ly Dtlly N.1npaper U Key wut and Monroe I House, in an article written by Colonel THEN I'LL. HAVE Mean ................ ............. ....84I waiTE j arr.
.. Okla I Andrew n. Miller and Kva P
Normal Mean ..._._
County. 1 Louis Howe, President Roosevelt's secretary I 81 Millar, his wif. L. Van ValKrnhurK -
and If married -
.tne4 at Ky Weat. yiorKU. 41 wood slap matUrrWTTMXTH i Rainfall Men of affairs in each community I '.n.alkenbwtr.. J Is wife; and
for the Woman's Home Companion. ] I
TEAR I ? l> Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. can do no greater service to the Minnie F:' Van Valkenbnnr. *
single woman.
alew! f ad.... ............ )'res..Ls During the Text decade, says Colonel' Normal Precipitation .... .H Ins. business interests of America thanto Defendant
1 I _..... fight/ against unfair interfer It appearing I.r tile worn Bill In
.. j
AHoclatel 1>,_ 'to 4 cluIviI, eaUtl.d to Howe, the advisability of electing a woman -Tit. ree.rd 2lh..ze'rladradang with sound the above rfiUMthat the IM-fepitan'
... ence
.1'' revhtestto..tw8trw. di.yatche.wr.daled tp I an >jo It or not oU-erwl credited. this paper and ale. as President will become a very seri I i Tomorrows Almanac *. Van Valkenhur bill wife: and
the loa l ..,. published Itere."NADOMA1. i j C. the Defendant Minnie B. Van Val-
ously argued question. Syn rises .... ........ .. .. 5:36 a. m.S"n kenburg. a single woman, are. nonresidents -

EWTCRl/U> Who will the first woman Presidentbe 1 sets .... ...... ... 7:15 p. m. The non-advertiser is simply I and that their of the place State of r of*'i
Moon ..,... .. ... getting nowhere and letting his ,
ASSOCIATION i ns 1110 a. m. unknown: and It funher appearing
11 ? A half dozen them- I
1933CVtCILtrTIO names suggest i Moon ..... .. .. progressive advertising competitor that each of these aaid DefendanUr
<::::/Y | sets 11 :.VJ! p. m. Twenty"nyrers '
i I nvrr the age: of <
selves-Eleanor business.
Roosevelt Frances Per fret the
I Is
and that there no person
!! HATE* 1I 1t 1 I Tomorrows Tide.A.1 S. I In the, Slate of Florida the nerri -e
.kins Mrs. Owen
ilIDe 1r.u ----- ;1'... Woolley, Ruth Bryan M \(. P.M. of subpoena upon whom would
31x: :.Iontb... 2.t.aw sea and so on. Even such heroines as Amelia,: I High .. .. 24 I lVi= ; I Iil.ow Too many people take too much i ad the aid Defendant, or any of

.rttr dl&.ab Month : Earhart Mary Pickford and Helen Wills j 1 .. ...... ..... .7:15 8:261( interest in v.ar and too little in Ilh..m. and in the that above the real nose estate i. In-UiMribrd -.-
VeeJily Uarometer 8 a. m. today peace. an follows, ,_-*It:

IiDT1111Lf8 !!1tATEa may be seriously considered, at least hy''j Sea level, 2 .S.9j.WEATHER 5. Slate In the nt County Florida of and)1011..nd on the

'Mat. known"ob ppftcatlouMOTICB the sports editors. I' To quit at the first obstacle will Island of Key ,,-..... know. on
\Vm A. "-hit.b..ad't.p dliixaled -
All reading aottose.a4.of solatlOBa 1respoet. Colonel Howe does not go so far .as to I I FORECAST kill a business or a city. la .... rllar). 12. a* a
obituary notices, ate, :ta'e! for atfce part of Tract I*. But now lwtterknown
rate of :o teats a. Una.Notlcra mention names. But he says, in his most (Till 8 t as Lot 1. 'Block 4 .f
for entertainments by ehurc&eji from wblcarwwiA p. m. Friday) The time has gone 'by when ..:aId Tract 1>. areordinc tnV
I *.la 4o b. - men
property owners
The CltUwn 1. an open omn and invites dtaeua i cloudy tonight and Friday ,in Plat lt.ok I I. page 51 at M I..h.r. -
tfu4-or> .ct. of local or ...D." be as they are now-humanitarian, ed- pos In any municipality: are justified ..e e..nr'Iorlda.. IJeoords'ommenrlnK
-at.raat jl>at it. wdl *eat jpufclKU -'nonyroo..-eomml1DJ. in taking the attitude of "letting ( ; at a point at thrCorner
..u...... ucational, and so on-it is not outside the : of Von Mister i and White
t George do it." If they don't wakeup Street and rnnmnir thencealone
bounds of possibility that might
a woman the laid White. Street In
the politicians will be runningtheir'
Do. not:envy any one, unless you desire -a N. WIT. direction 4. feet. and
not only nominated, but elected, on the business: Toy them. 7 inthen. thence at riichtanKlrxin
.to acknowledge that"one's superiority. ground that women better understand such I m X !,:'t-. dtrti 1.. fret
t and 1 inch thence at right
questions than men." Many merchants are filled with angles in a A ETly. direction
Officials. be feet and S inches thcnre at
who 4ry.to everything to I admiration for the merchandise
s right angles In S. Wly direction
Women's in politics are still a : a
everybody are nothing to.all and loyal to ways I r I they sell. They should be. But !'il feet and I In.-h hack "I
good deal of a mystery to the old-timers in 'j self-admiration won't sell goods.If the place at begmninit.Aluo ;. .
none I On the Island of Keyl1'rst
oS .I Washington.) Many politicians believe'' 1 .e.................a.e.. ; they don't use newspaper advertising known on "'m. A Whit.head's
.' ; ; ..* Map delineated in Ffbroary. -
1'q l of ira : the that within fewyears the women's vote they find the ohjectrltiP 1XI. as, part of Tract
"nesf'rdiami, says IN
l ; ; ; KEY WEST HOWDY KEY WEST! .( Showers hunderthowen their admiration getting It, hot nwbettvrknown as
mayor. These one-armed bandits shouldbe important.: elections will become larger nrtirhere>_likewise their business. Lot : Ct f lllkGl. 4 I In tract. 19.'
according to W- A. c.,
< outlawedeverywhere..- than th' 'm ks. The reason is that. when DAYS GQNE'BYllapp.niog. I Ii ably showers and thunderstorms . Diagram rernrded-. in Plat Book
By RED KERCE Friday gentle variable ",.ind.-. 1. page 24 of Unr f County,
ieve ;
v.oWi.w1i anything politically they Ywni I :.There/i i. fora
\ Her Just 10 Records
"" : Florida :
I Cotylgeni
5 : HIK
f JL .......................oj Florida Fair tonight Friday- Whii. tfrtVt.
j : : ; business man to keep his placeoFJboslnfcw at a point on distant
&jftVA proposes. to 'establish a j ,thraMs ip whofe: soul into it, and go, to Ago Today A. Taken I -4C feel ana f -jvMie* from
nekr File. Of The CUiie I Those Louisiana frogs carried : local showers and thunderstorms. nice and clean if the the Corner of \VhltV and V.>n
steam electric' plant Birmingham, thfip: < t.with a fervor. and an enthusiasm I'i New York to participate in tot!' Jacksonville to Florida StrjJte: .Klteel in front of it is littered Mister Streets and rumaHg

Ala.. Doubtless 'as an aid to navigationand vAiichlSlacking in many male voters. In- Frog Jumping derby, may never\ Moderate eartand southeast winds t w ithwastepaper and dirt. thence a X.along I Wlr.said atrectMl\\bli 4*Slrtettn feet:

flood'conttol. difference is the m.an's prerogative, rather I Dignified by its simplicity and,. hope to attain the name Huey did fever south portion and moderate f and $ inches, thence at rightangles
attended only by the immediate|I. by jumping from Baton Rouge to I noitheast windi over north por- Smiles not frowns, scare trouble in a North Ely, "direction -
than the woman's. The woman 10* feet and 1 Inch thence
average member of the bride's family was tion weather f'
Washington.True ; partly overcast tonight away. at right angles In a S. K'ly
Amelia.Earbardt flew .from Mexico voter has convictions, real enough and I I the wedding last night of Miss and Friday possibly local f direction 1< feet' and t Inches,

City-to: ;the United> ,States. in fourteen hours. strong enough to lead her to the polls even Angela Valdez to Judge T. S. friendship is illustrated by showers Friday over central: -nd inches.' There has also been rain Wly.thence direction at right 100 angle feet In and a S.1

She .w-as.in such a .J hurry: to leave the land ,in bad weather. Caro, which wrs solemnized at the the fellow "who stumpspeecheshalf < youth! portions. during the last 24 hours! in most It Inch l is hack thereforeordered to place of betrinnlBic' that raid
home of Rev. W. E. Bryant -
pastor talt Gulf Moderate northeast
district for his :
-a congressman sections 'rom the: northern and Defendants L. Van Valkenburir and
of the, Montezumas.In With about an equal number of eli- I of the Fleming: Street Methodist \ end restrains from demanding a winds over north portion and east I central Plains States eastward to If he I* married. Van VaOcen
buric.: his wife; and the said Irr-
gible male and female voters, it is obvious Church. Attendants to the ,position. over south portion. ,-the ..miJ le Atlantic coast. Tem- fendant Minnie R. Van Valkenburn.
the tug of war between the gov- pair were Miss Mary Valdez and I i i I peratures continue abnormally a single woman: having or claiming
that it is merely a case of which sex is Csrlito Valdez sister and brother wouldn't be WEATHER CONDITIONS t. hare an Interest In and to the
Holding companies ; i cool the northern Plains
ernment and the holding companies, I I from propertherein described, be and
more aroused, as to which will be in largest of the "bride.According. so bad if they don't acquire the I I I Steles eastward over the Lake region they are each, required. to appear
neither wants to let loose and both are ..... I to the Bill of Complaint filed IB
of the debtor. Pressure is moderately low this !:
attendance when the voting booths open. I grip average i And Ohio Vailey, but are gen-
said 4-ause on or before the lith:;
holding on for all they llre worth. to made public morning the middle Mississippi "
plans over I
At Colonel Howe has I erally seasonable in the Atlantic day of July. A. n. Mi. otherwise
any rate, given ;yesterday in connection with the Cctton is King in the South Valley lower Rio Grande Valley -land I Gulf SULteS.: the allegations of Bald Bill of Com-
I nut girl that wears It isn't-regarded I. plaint in the above entitled cause
official to think a
Washington something
development ot the Burbank and off North Carolina .
The Constitution is the. power that .the. G. S. KENNEDY will be' taken a. confessed a..4judgment
has made and nation about. If there is going to be a woman Realty Company holdings, it was : as' a queen in many cases. coast. St. Lou11:0.., 29.86 inches, !1'I Official in Charge.TO by. .default entered agaisstthem.
it .
preserved as as a ; !I Brownsville Tex
mains lights. 29.88 inches.
announced that
President within ten good gas I Before everyone pets: ready torettle ROSS C. SA WYF.R.CI..rk ,
should always be defended 'and under years, a many white will' and Hatteras.. C. 29.90 inches
any hewers and a great way we fear there'll be noeatth ; MARRY AT 80 of Circuit Court, Monroe
politicians'and legislators will have to begin early date. This up while -an of high id 4"4.>unty, Florida
;and all 'circumstances, even if we have to be put in at an r for them to settle down.I area pressure LOUIS A. liARltl$,
back horse thinking in different terms than they tract lies between Casa Marina]]I moving in over the northern LONG BEACH Calif.-After i Solicitor for Complainant
go to the and buggy days. have in the past.NERVY and White street and is loally|I i the hum n body is worth but Plains States WilUston N. D., 80 years of single life. CatharineE. i ,I"D..n.u.u

:known as Gato Park. The approach -l I: tixty-seven cents why are politi- 30.18 inches. Showers have eon-i Kaufman of this city is to be:

Barbara Button is running the gamut to this subdivision will bej I I I ciani; being paid. to preserve tipped from.South Carolina south-! married to William Lambri, also Needle fish, which are shaped

of'social aspirations. So far she has been : SALES (METHODS as attractive a s the approach.t4I'>j'(theirs? t '. ..wardover the Florida peninsula', 80. They said romanee-had blos-I like their name, have been knownto

any of the many subdivisions j except on the Florida Keys. Tampa i I corned through: 15 years of association dart clear through fiunwn
princess countess and when she j in New York to. '
now a.. on the market in any city. I It colts $61.89 reporting a heavy rainfall of 2.06r.r in religious welfare work. | bodies.
marries .an American she. will be a queen Business and professional men are I I convert a single cinner. Press re- .
-" .
worthit. -
We maintain it's not --
--- -
.lhat is if Huey Long's "every. man a frequently annoyed by mail'order firms Anthony Birs, 14-year-old son I!Jloft.. -
of Mrs. Annie L Birs, who was "11.1".1'.1 "I"II'II:
which send them ordered with
materializes.In not
theory a
jured in an accident at The in-I Wen Circint Court dis- ....................................................... .............:
request that the merchandise be either zen office Thursday evening Key

my years of watching human behavior paid for or returned. Such sales methods setting: along nicely today.: The lad I trict.made The by Governor appointments John were W'I

I can think nothing quite so incongruous are entirely indefensible.It was hurt when, in some manner. Martin .and approved by the I I
his left caught in the flywheel .
leg was ,j JUNE I
.as a crowd of relief; workers inan is unfair to place upon a busy man of The Citizen press. The !senate. Mr. Busto will return.and SPECIALS
upstate town going on strike because the burden of wrapping and remailingstuff press stopped when the wheel!' tomorrow will begin his from new duties at.once.I

their weekly pay was <:ut. That one i is he does not want, yet the average caught. The leg was dislocated C>n I j i .
the right side. He was taken to I the last meeting of -Coral
difficult to figure.-O. O. Mclntyre. person feels an obligation to pay for it or a physician who reset the leg after j i|I, City At Lodge Knights of Pythiaa i, .

send it back. This method of alleged which Anthony was taken to his'I the following officers were elected -, DECORATIVE ENAMEL

"Shiftlea! worthless and lazy, but I salesmanship no doubt produces results, or home. for the ensuing year: Frank ,

have family to support. What can you it :would not be resorted to by the concerns Shriners have perfected plans,,t| Dale Seoul.chancellor, rice chancellor commander; Harry; C. i Lavender-Medium Gray-Sky Blue-Yellow

offer a newspaperman with experience? which practice it. for the great ceremonial which ,iai!j Young, master! at arms; Otis

Red Kerce, Lake Butler. FJa.! "-Classified One way of handling such cases is reported to be staged! : in Key Went on I,[I I Russell, prelate; Joseph {7ruz.
i master of finance;. W. tJ. :
adv. Jacksonville by Michigan A doctorwas
TimesUnion.Bile's a paper.
display is the latest of the features 1 i
master of exchequer
Taylor ; AT / REGULAR
the.;same fellow who writes Io\Vdy-Key gojjt,.,WO worth of cigars with a, rct'f.tJo added to the proposed George: .Schrader keener of p.. : PRICE :

VVVst," fdr The Citizen. /!:\ try them and remit if satisfied.: In and festivities.other amusements A big! tjtreelt\ irin parade, ..I,, and Si; l George Parks. ;jnside :' : x Regular Price Sale Price :

i ) did not smoke' it was suggested' guardian; Wm. Curry outside. : t' .. :
: ,
Rtj"e eluded! in the program. '. guardian. ;_ .' i..W.IJq, !

| The depression will be over when that the doctor could find some friend who I I I I :. Vr PINTS_._.........:._:._:._..;...-_ 45c

your debtor comes in and offers to pay in-. Vouldibe glad''.to take them off his hands. Editorial comment: Hate is a'' Everything in ineadinesjs for .. !+ '. ;\

lerest4Ufe.ih&tiMti.. .. he owes you. .That's iXh: ,e dotttottwrote in reply.: : luxury no Vich man tan-afford.- whether :' the entertainment of 230 en- ''q i PINTS _:.::....1, .: s.. __ 80c
he be Or poor. gineers1io! are due to" arVive"in :
what lln exchange.says. We think the depression "Cigars received. I enclose in pay, i'I' Key Weal" Mbndav joming. They :i

will be over when those merp ment t\vbprescriptions w'ell' worth $10. If J. F. Busto., representative .jij i s will be entertained"by the officers S :: QUARTS ..._, ,_....-,.n,.:._...._._- $1.35
the state legislature from Monroe; of the P. and O. S. S. Governor
Chants who owe us will)} pay up, ,withoutany you do not need them, you can sell themto :
county, has been appointed County Cobb. with a .breakfast. Afterwards PRICES .EFFECTIVE WHILE PRESENT :
thought of interest. 0 som.e friend. solicitor for Monroe. Arthur they will be given 'a ride .

Gomez. county solicitor has been tn the interesting points in Key

For seven generations Franklin D. TIME TO SNAP OUT OF IT notified of his appointmentas Rest and then bark to the boat
state attorney for the new and continue on to Havana.
Rooievelt and those that preceded him enJoyed -- SPRINKLING
both wealth and power.. With that The great government relief programis -. ...1

handicap we ran readily see why he in motion. backed by appointees of/the : (Galvanized) :

brooks! no opposition.i It is said that as a President who have in charge the spendingof Your M7ijw *
youth he would have his way or heouldu' billions for works and relief. For three i : QUART__.:. __- ,- !

\\ }play. That explains his peevish- years the public treasury has answered the If : x..r; '..& 'S .-:. .
yon are going to summer school, or plan- best"i
1et'i at the supreme court det7 ..ion.". The calls for help from the distressed masses. : 10 QUART"KILLSIT"-- .__
ning a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel .
leader mould be the first to submit humbly Each time it has: been said that "this is safer
more at ease if you are sure that the
'to' the'dictum of the highest tribunal of < temporary until private employment can lamb are '
tested. Let
1 you carry pr us assist you
the land. take care of the unemployed."
in this 'a. INSECT
procuring prate ion, by converting your
v, Well, statistical reports show gains i in )( travel funds intoAMERICAN [

-. When Benjamin Tranklin wanted to our national industries. Things are better..( r : ZlY! .q' gI.,A .1 r, :

marry his prospective mother-in-law hesi- Meanwhile, idleness'has become a habit I EXPRESS TRAVELERS S : PINT _n..... ..._ .. .

t.ted about letting her daughter marry 'a with many who have secured relief. Local CHEQUES 11I& ..

printer. There were already two printing communities and officials have shut their] IF THESE checks re lost or stolen (un- f : 4-5 QUART _.___

places in tbe,country and it was a questionif eyes to these conditions. The time has countersigned), the amount involved is refunded( '

the United States could support a third! come to help your unemployed neighborget to you spending them all that )is necessary is'

Some thirty years ago, the writer deploredthe back to work and for the unemployedperson i for you to sign them a second time in the presence S

action of a friend in starting a printing to hustle for a job. Factory whistles I of the one accepting them.. ll South Florida Contracting & En / !

business in San Antonio, Texas and 1 are blowing and everything is "raring
predicted the loss of the investment, although to g0." 1 Fiu.ce 323 :

it amounted to but a few hundred j t Now, can we snap out of it, and by "Your
The FIrSt Natkmal Bank i f fey 'West I : borne ,w worthy of-the :
dollars. Today that business is one of the j doing so end the depression? Let every- .

largest of its kind in the Southwest. ]j body try. t ,.. .............. ......-................................................:

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I, 1 1If j''LEAGUE STANDINGS 11................. .._. _. ,;j 1 I:ecnUd by BriUih: In New York

. E rs.issr I ; Today'sAnniversaries :'j i Sept. 22. 1776..

AMERICAN LEAGUE |I '1804- Louts A. Godey, Fhilsdel.!
J SPORTS Club- W. 1. .ic I phia publisher of the first American -
aVxoPfls: Anaoa Rid. t>., Froi-the time she was "eight.- she New York : ........................
_ Txm rttrvtd 1.-e..,. e1 ..... .tiff WmrlHm. tlur.. tit. ace bftnrtiwfmf bad always rat-there. In that chair Cleveland. ... __. ...._ 23 17 .57 5 i j, 1606-Pterre, CorneJle, French; born in New York City .Died

.to a ttroxflv rrrlain t air Gar of. althoughIkrrt myttrrfi by the flre.whenever they were at Chicago u. .-.-. 22 11 .5G 4 I } dramatist, ) om. Did Sept. 30, Nov 29, 1878.

,1I5-11l.i .,-.AlitntL temllftyatker, I home;since-the: days when she-bod j' Detroit ....._uu.. _..... 22 18 .55(> 1684.2t .
K j
nf H i
,...: ,_ IKifhH w.nrryfrg 6....."... A4...petw-AttOM both hands to lift up theheavy I Boston _._u.....__ 21 20 .51 J I 1809 Timothy Shay Arthur
.. tatiuo lea teitk.. My**. mid tea! -pot. J ;, Baltimore
Washington edi
23 .43 9
Tirr (oifr...< Robert CHcul
Rede ...
not .... Jean }
/ tluttDrpkx* trmt Aarri .i.4 was 1---- -" .), --- - I Philadelphia ......._. 16 23 ..410St. J. Alan.'j I tor-publisher popular and prolific
vowytkow too Mwft of U. tcorld.' allowed to miss the chill'note in theIrrs I Louis 12 27 .3011 t:| J esult musionary who labored fort .writer of temperance and moral
Chapter 11 Sum -anderUned voice, could not it since with Daphne an 'appealing GIANTS DIVIDE RI'BOYS WIN DIAMONDBALL {I II NATIONAL LEAGUE t many years in the then wild Nortb-I I,'tales author of "Ten Nights in a
Iv | west. credited with baptising 10-1 1854. born near :New-
-glance; at him.

SUSPICION.BJFORE 'Tm doing 'my' best" that swift Two CGNTFSTS FROM tUB UNIT GAME TONIGHT v! New Club-York ___..h..._._. 21 W. 11 1.. .711 Pct.'tOOO! Indians, born hi France Di4Nl.i I'burgh 1885. N. Y. Died March C,

she could draw back. glance said. "She won't respond" I St. Louis .m_______ ._ 2-1 17 .585, 'j near the present Files: Mich., Aug.:j

Alteon:found faeraelf'enreloped'in Aloud whining, she tone murmured"Cream. in a soft and WITHPfflLUES, : Pittsburgh nnmn'u 25 19 .:;68 I; 127. 1689. )I ,184ft:-John Davey. Kent. Ohio,

aa-.tn brace which Included kisses -Alison'!" RECREATION DEPARTMENT;' ,.:. (By' JOVE)' I If Chicago --. ..hhhm. 21 l'i .553 1 i introducer of tree surgery in

on both cheeks and an overpower- Tbe girl bad never: heard her TEAM 'There will be a diamondball !: Brooklyn "U'h_'". 21' 20 .512!' 1755-N'atojn Hale lre-nu':1: America: father of Ohio's governor
lot tern: gardenia.. Always shy father speak'! In that annoyed voice I O WNS LIGHTHOUSE f game tonight at the Bayview: Cincinnati u"U' .._ 16 23 .410 1 I i 1 schoolmaster, ardent p born in England. Died Nov.

reserved and slow to make friends.h to hertefore. Sh started. j DODGERS AND BRAVES ALSO IN SECOND CONTESTS : Pnrk"* field between the Lopez: Philadelphia ......._ 14 24 .368 t''i; lier, made captain for gallantry I 8, 1923.t .

."'found herself standing 'stiffly!: "y HDaphne'!- I SPLIT HONORS DOUBLEHEADER -I s .. Fuflw al Home and the Busy Bee Boston! num._ 11 28 .282 I :, before 21, entrusted by WashmgI -'
: ton with a secret m Wfion, martyr 1868 Robert .
asking you ff you want I : I I, Falcon Scott,,gr.!
whll'Ih.. suffered Daphne's kisses cream"' His ,toile'reproved her ; CHICAGO CUBS j p "' tendThis;contest mIl bring togetherthe GAMES TODAY :, spy: who rerretted.that he had lent English sailor and Anta'ctic
without *turning them. By JOVE) .. but life to lose for his
sharply. DEFEAT CINCINNATI \best. trams in the city, and one coun- II explorer. Perished in the Antarc
Cut It Mrs.. Sumers noticed the I'm 'sorry ,I thought you were Two Barnes Social were played Diamondcall pester- they will have their regular linej AMERICAN :I try. torn at Coventry Conn. Ex-' I tic March, 29 1912.
day :::
;Irl's coldness, she did not show It asking father. Alison.took her cup in j ups on the field. :.. ...
the first contest the -
She drew back:, held her off at arm's quickly ryes, cream,please" Leasjze. In Batteries will I toe A. Lunn Chicago at St. Louis. --
,. .. .. Park defeated the) and
length and looked at her then torn tapee.t n. rial. ) eayvww .oys I Cleveland at Detroit.
NEW .June: and almostFJIIa.sked i Ingraham for the Em-dinners, and
Ing to ha fiancA said, "Bob! Why' "1' CCKY baby'," Daphne omers YORK. &-The Cnt* Crib ten. : Ward or Tynes and Manolo Ace- Boston at Washington.Philadelphia .
didn't I- New York Giants and the Phillies the Cuo'seharlces to at New York.
tOil tell me she was a beauty! .was acidly sweet.J wish I \edo for the Balers
fit laughed happily' and caught dared drink all that cream! But at I divided honors in a twin bill, the cop tile fl5.A. as the Recreation aggregation -I I The will begin r Is ,
game prompt'yft
the widow's hand put his free arm your age! What are you? Seventeen J'hiladelpha club taking the opener won the second game 8 o'clock. NATIONAL LEAGUE
round the girl's shoulders. I ?" by a score of 4-3. The tally and are Stow-a fell contest' ahead Cincinnati at Chicago.

"Lovely. Isn't slier'Watt I -Eighteen and a half" jn the second contest was 74. with only one more game to play.j I..o. ... ........ St. Louis at Pittsburgh;
Mrs.Snmers gave a high Ton don't look It! Does she?" The BrooklynDodgers ,and the If the Club "wins their next New York at Philadelphia.

thin laugh. "I've great plans brewIng II "I suppose she doesn't" he agreed Boston ,Brakes also split a doubleheader ) fracas, the Recreation boys must I(I Today's Birthdays (Only games scheduled) l -Y

.." She turned Alison.. "I"m so doubtfully as If this new view of hisDaphne's ) the first game going to lose to throw them into a tie. Iff e.eee.e..e.5 e..w,..... { ICEITS 3
Brooklyn in a shutout score of 3 the Recreation ten wins, then they' In
; : y.r v: to 0. The tally in -the ,nightcap. "*rill cinch tha: sexed half -nnut.t i Samuel Untermytr of New'' harvesting grapefruit loss!
t >a ,) it :" was 10-2. j The 4eade-r ..t bat ii the first ;: York, famed lawyer, born Ett i from stem end rot is lessened by

The Chicago Cubs defeated the 'fame were M. Esqmnaldo and Lynchburg. Va., 77 years ago: | pulling the fruit from the stem PURER! 1 E
instead of clipping it off. +
: ''Cincinnati Reds, 5 to 2. Homers I Tines for the G-man Cub and in I| ct? l LASTS1.'ONGERI! 1

'ly Chuck. Klein and Ken O'Dea 1 the field ,A. Casts-: B. Roberts ana I IBarcclo Mr. Frederic :M\ Paist of I

I t.ec'ounte..t.for. the three-nm vie- -or'the r: rk team and C.I| Wayne, Pa.. Y. M. C. Ahead/' ICE REFRIGERATORS

itii 'I tjry margin. 'Gsrciand r[. Equil'.lldo'f"! r the j born at. Boone, la., 55 years ago. !
The Athletics I'ekcJ Cuval Street starrH
Philadelphia gang: i I _
I Made of all metal
1 the :New York Yankees, !I to Score by wnimrs: R. II F.Rayview RUSSELL'SCIGAR -equipped
J: 7. Each of the teams used!' three i I D r. Harvey N. Davis,, presidentof ::1( I I with-WATER COOLERS I IThey're
: .. Par'012 I the Stevens'Inst. of Technology
t 100 3
pit-hcrt doing the aele. 3-7 4
The St Louis Browns triumphed ; Cuban Club 400 000 2-6 6 9 Hoboken N. J., born st Providence : )Economical, } t

<<: over &Chicago White >i" '2, Batteries: B. iJcbc-t.*. rr"Ia: ,!'I R. 1" 54 years ago |
100 Per Cent Refrigeration
to f. Knntt "was on the mound R. Alvarez and A. Castro; C. Gar-i STORE0
'fo5e: hi. Louis dab, wit Whitehead -! cvr! and Martinez fIn i I I Admiral T-;:: :: Washington,;ii'ii'I II { I Satisfaction

huriir.g for the oppo .' ion. ,!I 1 I U. S. N.. retired born at Golds-} -- !
I Tr*' Washington Senators downd -', the setont'game the Re-< boro, N. C.. 70 years ago: 4 { Priced at ti

{i; rd the Red -,SG"to 4. Lefty\t I re&tion rvtfit won from the i' --- Baseball Returns

I Grove walked Cliff BenteR with i I Lighthouse> "r+-v by the score of j j I Will James of Pryor. Mont., au-;i t i I 3O 35
4 ; + the bases filled -:-n the tenth :n. 7 to 3. The leaders at bat inf i thor and artist, born near there?J By Wire and

.i. y -i ling to force in the; winning run.;I I this contest were McCarthy, B.I-43 I f fDementt. years ago.Thomas EASY 'TEEMS
r I The Detroit Tigers defeated the and F. Matthews.\ Ini;! I -o-- J -

a, Cleveland Indians, 5 to 4. Tommy the field. McCarthy. John Walker|i B. Macanlay of Montreal -I II COME IN AND GET THE ; ; FREn TRIALTHOMPSON'S ll
Bridges hung up his reventh I I Sr. and Cerezo featured ;
1|I insurance company head, RESULTS OF THE I {
straight! victory with the Tig rL:! Both pitchers did well but were,' born 75 years ago MAJOR BASEBALL ICE CO.
The scheduled second game -of a1 given poor surrort.
proposed doubleheader was called i I I Score by inn;ngs- R. H. E.I! LEAGUES0
Rev. William R.
Very Inge,
at the end -of the sixth riming on I II Lighthouse 002 001 i36) 4J: Phone No. 8 .,
ka ,fb: account of darkness with the Recreation 300 220 x-:7 8 4 : England's famed retired man. born CIGARS CIGARETTES,

I Fcore tie, 4-4. I j Batteries: : C. tickney and I 75 years ao. i ,

The summaries: I Cerezo; J. XVa'Ve-, Jr. and Grif-:! SOFT DRINKS
asking If you want cream! Thomas Mann of Switzerland ETC.
glad. Alison darling that you daughter surprised him. "I suppose First Came I German author and Nobel prize-1 1

'htrtn come out! From the moment she is rather young' j At Boston R. H. E.!'I..9 99,<........ .........i I winner, born CO years ago.

that Rob told me he had a daughter, "A mere baby!" Again there was BrooklYn .........- ._ 3 11 O) 1-- ---""-
I'.e been 'longing to dress you! And no more than a flash of malice in the Boston" 051 i Classified Column -

now-!" She flung her hands up in dark eyes. "Never mind! Sow that Batteries: Mungo and Lopez! I --

a- littia! .artificial gesture which' yoa're old eBAugk think of goingto 1 I Phelps Brandt, Berts and Hogan: eec eeee..p..e.....a.... ,
grated on the girl Bent over and dances we must do something Spohrer. PERSONAL II I .
petted ter arm. "We're going: to be about it. I've the most marvellous 1 I
great friends! I can feel it. And rm dressmaker my' dear. She'll do wonders I STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,I*
always right, aren't I!" for your' figure-it's her special Second Came INDIGESTION victims why FIRMS
ity,smoothing out the gawky line- At Boston R. H. E. i :
.AI ways. Robert released Alison suffer! For quick relief get a
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*n4 .stooped to kiss Daphne. ",\J.'W'"s and Antoine, of course for your Brooklyn i free sample of Udga. a doctor's,
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and always." face! You know I'm going to enjoy' Boston prescription at Gardner's Phar-

Alison tnrped.sharply Shepretended : dressing you far better than I do Batteries: Earnshaw, Baoich macy."
away. Who Rush To Give You Senrice-Patrowze Them
Vance and Phelps Frankhouse;
; to tidy her ruffled hair-In dressing myself"Alison ; may21-22-23-28-29-30; june456111213x -I t
the gloss over the chimney-shelf.soft glanced at her father.' He and Spohrer.! j ,
was beaming his eyes adoring the __ !
to hide her month which would --- -- I
*rei b.e: woman by the flre. She thought bitterly First Game j LOST II
"He doe n't He's V I
She bad been see eating
eight her R. H.
.adored had every word of It, thinking how kind I AMERICAN.COFFEE ROSES
mother died but ,
even she Is!" New York 391 WATCH Keward.( returned JOHNf PARK
now she could remember her THIS SPACE
seeing _
Philadelphia 478Batteries i :
Mrs. Snmers finished triumphantly. to Citizen Office. jun62txFOR Now Offered in 3 Grades
lather like
over Just that his : Fitzsimmons Chag-,
,liaad I In his wife's while "Bob when 1'm done with ber, j FLORAL PIECES
he A
stoopedto and Mancnso Jorgens, John-:
; REN1
non lb 25c
ST.STAR., :;
kiss her. The memory hurt likea you won't know her! Shell be mar 328 SIMONTON
and Todd. -- --
knife thrust so fiercely that shefett velous'! i I son BICYCLES-WE RENT by ,the( LARGO lb 18c; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
\ almost skk and needed the second -: "If she's half as marvelous as you ; Hour Day or Week. Repair j V. & S., lb J5c.I .
to recover her poise. are. shell do'!" He leaned over as he Second Cam 1 I all makes and paint them with 1'I PLUMBINGDURO I
spoke and patted the long white At Philadelphia R. H. E:| No-Enamel. We carry a full I Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES

SHE felt with the :instinct which hand on the table with its red. talon- N'ej York .. .. .._..._..__ 7 15 2 apply of parts. Agent for the j])I Grocery Store PER MONTH
like nails. Said to Alison "You dOD'tknow
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honest that Philadelphia I
Rollfast j
possess every and Dayton Bicycles.|
yet what a wonder I've found! Hubbell and ,ManJctisaWalters Roasted West SOUTH FLORIDA
word and gesture of the women sittfig Batteries: And sell them as low as $5.00I I PUMPS Key by 1
makes all
,behind her false Insincere Fancy she designs and ; :Pezzuto: ,,.E. -1J *rJ; ;
was down and $1.00 week. We
these amazing dresses that she I per I If ,I
That her father?simple, warmhearted wears." V? l& l< $ '.I,and Wil on. Buy and Sell all males of used PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY :
trusting, should be >
Alison opened her mouth and shut f Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.! 512 Greene Street $3.00
!ttasgbt' by It was not ao surprising: it again quickly. At Chicago R. H. C.1' Stowers company 515 Duvall PHONE 348 Phone 256

>. bad reverent respect for all Careful! What was the good of Cincinnati ...__ 2-8: 0 I| street. apr9-tf : PHONE 697

omen which-would make him easy telling him the truth-that that red Chicago .._.-_, 5 5 01]
preyfI..was laughing happily' now, and black dress had been photo- Batteries: Schott and EncksonJ;:j BURNISHED APARTMENT7ei c"f f
f unconscious! that Ufe"e was any : trie ice box. Archie Thompson'
graped in Vogue' That it must have French and Ode -READ- HAPPY DAYS'ARE HERE
.- train between' these 9wo womenwhom I cost at least thirty guineas and was St. Louis at Pittsburgh. postponed -t i 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879J. : SELECT SEA FOODS INSURANCE

be loved. the latest creation of a Paris dressmaker rain.. J I may 24-1 mox;
It's too late THE KEY WEST
to do anything Re's _
I whose handiwork was as impossible Ifia"" 2 Ib*. --- 35c
going to marry ber. I Just mustn't FUHNISHEO APARTMENT
tot him ee'!" I to mistake as a Titian or a AMERICAN LEAGUE Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib*_ 35e Office 319 Dual Street
thought Alison controlling ? First Cam ern 'conveniences, 628 White, or i
her face into a polite smile. i Gainsborough GaiU's Barber Shop. junUt'1 Yellowtail OB Bo.e. 2 Ib.. 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription
"I think that's wonderfully clev At Detroit R. R. E.
And turned back to meet two dark I ershe said aloud and prayed that Cleveland .__ 4 10 2 I Grouper 2 Ibs. 25e
yes Hied! with malice.It TELEPHONE NO. 1THE
the lie might not sound as bad as it Detroit ..._.._1 581 FURNISHED HOUSE, modern Snapper 2 Ibs. _______ 25c
was gone in a flash replaced by 1 conveniences, facing Park. Ap- $2 Per Year
Batteries: Hrdhn And Pytlak; I
a aide smile the M.ttoB FUk, 2 lbw
on magenta lips but felLAh
lit 1 have to! That's the secret. Bridges and Ocflrane. : ply 1403 Division street. Phone I II j Try '.., M...U AtDtlmomco
girl knew. If Robert Rede had of Key West's Only! SundayPaper -
Again the whining note the note 487-M. jnn4-3tj FRESH SHRIMP
seen Aothtag.: Mrs. Suraers ball! 1
She a beggar crept Into litreSnmer's Second Game I 1 Restaurant f
thought despairingly "Now
she will hate !
m. "You see. I bavent a GO'! Business Office Citizen Bndw.iser Bees' _____ I"
girl's nerves __ 4
"Tea. Alison*" Even the Cleveland l
wiUt which Mrs.Samers held gesture the big penny In the world eo Ijnnst we Detroit __..____._.._ 471 'FURNISHED BUNGALOW for! LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis c.a rs. Diastars _---
my fingers and my brains (Called at end of sixth darkness!!) >i three months. Inquire desk
piiver ..
tea-pot up was graceful and Robert he was PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -------- ao.. 7'" Me
studied; the picture of an affectionU She was smiling at Batteries: C. Brown. Harder and:],| Colonial _Hotel jun6-3tx|
smiling back at her.
woman welcoming: a step-child. Brenzel; Sullivan, Ilogsett and ROOMS '
"Pleave." Try aa she would. Alison (Copyrtpkt rerrXvdvnX.weeklDaphne Coct-rane. i

*oald net lie. even ia her voice. SheTelt 1..1"118" sbwt -THE JIUNRO"-Rooms $2.00, AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPIITCHAID

lost and strange as she sat down. Guy. tomorrow.make At Washington R. H. E. $2.50 and $3.00 per week, 536 Flemiat; Stt_t JENNIE( B DE BOER

._ Boston _'h._ _."._"_ 4 10) 2, Double and Single. 128 N. E.// ped in eye package .
- -- Washington ... .._ I 5>> t3 1 4th Fla. ; FUNERAL JIOME
........................J bedroom of George Williams London Batteries: Grove- -end R. Fer- street Miami i I'The

Today} In History I drj goods clerk, collected some rell; WIIite iII and Bdton. may24.1tpoxJ Watch -
1 $300 expenses, founding the I Ii D--
............_..-.... A for ititual improvement. FOUND
y. M. C. At New York R. H. E. ,' c..m..7

1439-Cornell of Florence proclaimed ; Philadelphia _.._.....-.--. 9 11 11 I HORN i felMMED SPECTACLES 'j DONE BY US ffOTARY PUBLIC

union of Greek and Roman 1 New York ........,....._.-.-- 7 12 Owner may have same by paying -| .
Churches: -consisted: of little more 1918-U. S. troops engaged in''I i Butteries: Marcvm. Caster,I 1 I : for this ad or return of'' WATCHMAKER JEWELER -THEARTMAN LICENSED EMBALMER
than the proclamation. | great battle west of Chateau. Wilshere and Richards Berry; mate taken by mistake. Jefferson AND ENGRAVER

J Thierry. Tttmults, Murphy, Brews sad 11 B. Browne. junl-tf (; See Him For TOOT Next Work PRESS; AaWsia 3arlrtep -

1782-Col. William CrawfoH 1; 1928Tbe"obey"; elim- pickev.
of Virginia, commading an expedition -| mated from marriage service by I PIANO TUNING i Citizen Bid*. LADY ATTEH&ANTPWs
against the Indians attacked -1 Church Scotland At St. Louis R. R. H..,.. 9 t* 12-1 t. 6Op Citizen Office:
and 'defeated near Fandn!'kr, Episcopal in Chicago ...._.__._ s Z I PIANO,.TUNER. Laureano Mo i PHONE. 51
0.' Crawford tortured to death.I 1934-Henry P. Fletcher of St. Louis ..-:..__ 2 t F"I I arena Excellent piano for tale a Saturday Nifht* C4. If..3 ..- -.

pa. elected chairman Republican I I Batteries: WhiteLccd! and :, cheap. 1O18 Division street j
1841-12 young men wet In the National Committee ell; Kaott>94 Uerasl/ .' n23-lrao
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a Commissioners Of Suits :

:-: SOCIETY : : -by"MovieSpodighrLO WILL\ OBSERVE I BEACH RESIDENCE I' On Bonded Indebtedness; SENT !.M HERE

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Shower Given On Tuesday In NAVE Ur5 PICTURE/ 4V T-iE; KNOWN; AS WOLKOWSKY 959.46 was cash and $267.50 in: Pineapple shipments from Key

EVOCDPEOATAUOHT coupons. West the week to date
I during
Honor Of Miss Leona Bethel 'Y rrANCA! RESIDENCE ON NORTH I I Tax Collector Frank Ladd's report -:
fMw FEAST OF PENTICOST TO BE BEACH showed deposits! of $894.67, bring the total shipments for the

I CELEBRATED BY LOCAL INHABITANTS i during the month of May allottedas season to 1231 cars. Duringthe
Miss Elizabeth Russell! delightfully ( Those: attending were: I follows: I wohle of last season the total
entertain Tuesday after- Mjisses Lenora Whitaker, TOMORROW, General Revenue. $181.18; Fine' shipments nunwr-cu 1268 cars,
Sale of the Wolkowsky residence hence to date shipments arc only
noon at her home, 1124 Division Whitmarsh and Forfeiture. $46.29; Outstanding -
Yvonne Pinter, Anna : FRIDAY ,
7 North Beach _' 37 cars fewer than during last
on was consummated
street with miscellaneous shower ; I I Indebtedness $216.01
a ; Special -
Miriam E. Carey,
Sylvia Sawyer, '
Miss Leona Bethel yesterday when Advertising season..
in honor of -- papers $15.43; Special
whose marriage to Joseph Neville Clandia Albury., Kathryn Lowe I were signed!' and the money paid I Bond and Interest, $30.86; Road This week the fruit arVived in

Startup will .tale place Jane 9,1 Rosalind Albury S. Margarita The Feast of Penticost' or by Jerome W. Blum internationally Fund $30.86; General School, 68 regular freight cars, the ralc3
I I I Shabuoth was' the Feast! of the were transferred into 120 refrigerator
o'clock., In Ley Memorial church. Perez, Florence Torres, Dorothy I I $154.29; Special School Bond and
After a musical program was Dobbs Cleo Kemp. Alee Curry, early Harvest, and is regarded also known artist, who has been Interest, $73.25; Special School cars and shipped to distributing

rendered, the guests enjoyed a delicious I Elizabeth Ros-m. Frances Lowe, as! the anniversary of the'giving in Key West during the winter, Tax District Number I, $146.50. points for northern mar-

refreshment course. Ruty: Albury, 3occ Mae Roberts, of the Law at Mt. Sinai. It will with Mrs. Blum.Negotiations In connection with the above kets.
.Mrs.' George I. Knowles, Jr., Norma Yates, Clara! Yates, Kath- Il .c "CLL f 4 be celebrated by the Jewish people for the sale of the there was deposited to the ac-: -- -- --

winner: of a guessing contest.i leen Watkins. tomorrow. Friday June 7. property were started about 10 count of W. V. Knott, treasurer!I NEW\ ARRIVAL ATM'KILLIP'S
Regular services in connectionwith
Dobbs door Mesdames Jack D. Harris, ; ex-officio
Miss Dorothy won of Monroe '
I'I'pnze. i George I. Know let. Jr., Claude 1 1I I the event will be conducted I days ago and when Frank W 01- $524.59 less commission of county.$10.-19'1

Two little girl, Rosalind Alburyand I Albury Lee Thompson, Hoke S. by Rev. Phillip Kristal at the local kowsky came from Miami lag net $514.10. HOME

Sylvia Perez, presented' the! Hendricks, :William Almyda, Raymond I synagogue. week details of the sale were arranged -I Report of C. Sam B. Curry,!t I
bride-to-be with a huge rose i Curry. Eugene Roberts C. Originally an agricultural festival and the property made clerk of criminal court showingcases s

bcsket filled with majy useful and:I. W. Lowe Urb-n Bethel l. Berlin I Shabuoth was observed by ready for delivery. I disposed of during May I, Announcement has been mauc
teantiful efts.PERSONAL. I RusselL bringing an offering of the first Realtors who are well acquainted was read and ,
I ordered filed. 1 of the birth of a son to )Ir. and
--- __ I II f. fruits and grains of the season to, with property values in I Judge Hugh Gunn's report of; Mrs. Gilbert McKillip on Monday

4r.......................1 l i \ the When Temple in Jerusalem. .f Key West are of the opinion that I'I licenses sold during May to other'' morning at their home, 621 Ashe
the life
Melody Hour At agricultural I
this constitutes
I property one of than merchants, amounted street
MENTION,: Colonial Tonight SlR.4HBflZ.NHAnr,: i : R I their the Jews being was driven ended out by of reason the land of, the best buys made in recent I $8.25. Of this sum $7.75 goes to The new arrival has been :given

a ...:. r I JEAN t I ; ; ;.'I1 years, and while the consideration the county and $.50 to the state. toe name of John Leigh: McKil-
........................j At 8 o'clock-tonight the fifth -. '- DIXON/ tON TO '. oS.., I. stress of the was coincidence laid upon of the Shabuoth thought was not made public, it Is The First National Bank of I lo.:

Pinder left yesterday afternoon K..TVHFN\ t. t" said to be far below the actual Key West
John GEORGE was designated de-
Key West Melody Hour will be JfAN..l. \ with the time then the Ten Commandments as
for a business visit to presented in the Colonial Hotel MURPHY /V\4Z3E/ HER -' given at Sinai. value. pository for county fund
'paytona: Beach. under the direction of Commodore HAD TO AlC NlS BUT/ -IV Ff: 'VCE \ :\\I'! Jewish folk-lore were represents the The site has two lots on North Bills were read and ordered, r PALACE

von Mietk-Liuba, H. D. W. BED LEKGTHEKEDES r.. _-.1 Law a*! given in the desert to imply Beach next to the residence of paid when funds are available. Ken Maynanl in
Eduardo Medina, former resident The program. features local/ .,L" l FO2 A \ that it belongs to all people, Senator Gomez, and runs back_ to I. IN OLD-ANTA FE

'of Key West now makinghis artists and is composed'chiefly.of .kt\E: AV 'ILL, t. 't* A' \ just as the desert is the possessionof Pearl street. The dwelling !is.largeand 'NEWCOMERAT
home In' Cuba;left yesterday opera music. \E YOU .4a\ y' \..._ ........ ,_ no one or nation. commodious. In years gone',' Win. Cagney-June Collyer itt
group i
.' ;If.i (I by it was occupied at different: Lost IB The Stratosphere
for Havana afte' visit with I
,. Within modern times another
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relatives and friends. times by John J. Philbrick. Judge 1 WEECH'S HOME Matinees 10-lSej Nights 152ScRichardson's
i i FATHER OF .......................e significance has been added to Jefferson B. Browne. ,
j9 TWO the Shabuoth festival Because the
: 1 I LICENSES Johnson and A, P. Jerguson.
r .
DIr rEns i ?Mra R. 1C. Hyde anddaughter. ,: ; Things One Remembers 'I Torah of old was given on this ; .

,Miss Marie, arrived yesterday -!,. C. H. )w.'Vtt.; :) day, it has been made use of by A daughter, weighing eight --
from Boston to spend several -; j .I, !I TO WED ISSUED the Reform Synagogue for the F.cARBONELfARRIVES I pounds, was born on Sunday morning -, I
weeks with Mrs. Hyde's'parents :' By R. M. HOFER I confirmation of its young people, / to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weech Grocery 1

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gato.!: BIRMINGHAM I ......................... who are consecrated to Judaism at their home. No. 3, North Beach. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
j.Mra. j RESIDENT HAD I Records in the office of Probate through an impressive ceremony HOME I, The young lady has been given
I While driving cast of San Diego i held on this holiday. As Israel! of the name of Shirley Mae SPECIALSButter
Cruz who ; : I
Edward was; BEEN ILL FOR PAST i Judge Hugh Gunn fhow that I
spending few days in Coconut I :recently, I ovei hauled and passed old wai prepared before it could
a :1
Grove with her parents, Mr. and l THREE YEARSRelatives 'what seemed to be an old-time{ during the week ending June 6, receive the Law, so each confirm- RECENTLY GRADUATED WITH Ib ..n.......... .__ 28He
II IItrs. I there were two marriage licenses ed is trained in the history, doctrines Maxwell House Coffee It. 31e
II -
$!! Alvin Key, returned yesterday I I: prospector in small c'rawn 1 I I
a wagon 1 issued. Issues were to: ,- and ideals of Judaism in HONORS AT SOUTHERN ARCHER'SGROCERY Bli. Coffee, tb ................ ZSc
iMrs. I by t-ro burros. Anthony Camastra and Mar-II preparation for this ceremony. Kaffa Haac. rt. .__......._.__.... 49c
-- I in Key West have beenapprised I stopped jut; ahead to buy I; caret Ports; Fred J. Weech and I The agricultural phase of the!f DENTAL COLLEGE Sugar, 5 lb.. .. _._....__ h_.... 25c
A. A. Davis, who was of the death of Y. R.I I f I Bessie C. Pent. I Milk, can .........._. 10e and lie
I come grape juica irons a farm lady festival still remains in the cus-
spending a while with relatives,! Howell at Birmingham Ala. Mr. Cream, 6 can .... 40c and 44e
left yesterday afternoon with her Howell is the father of Joseph C. ,i at her roadside stand.I I .............. ........ tom of decorating home and synagogue The Store That Serves Tomatoes, can ...____.._........ 5e
I r was ready to Ica.e when the : with plants and flowers'of Fred Carbonell son of )Ir. and You Best" Salt 3 pkgs.-. JOe
two children to visit relatives in. Howell of Key West, who had been "prospector" drew up ind stopped.' Today's HoroscopeI ; I' the reason, and in the reading, in Mrs. Juan Carbonell was recently] Guavas, 2H, siae can ........ 20c

Miami and other parts of the with the P.for and several O. SteamshipCompany but i I!' On closer observation, he looked ........................ addition to the Ten Commandments graduated with honors from Southern -' IT'S CHEAPER TO Pears, 2Ji size. can ...h___... 22Peache .
tate, years, I more like a dime novel hero or of the story of Ruth because Dental College, of Atlanta, i TRADE AT THIS STORE *.'2K size can ... ISe
who is now attached to the Steamship 'bad with all the traditional I I I This day produces a versatile I r of its pastoral l background. Ga., and is now at home with his Cuban Coffee tt ..._m._". 29c
Miss Lillie Mae Knowles left, Carolyn of the A. H. Bull) man, 45-cahbre ;I and perhaps an eccentric character parents in Key West. I' Day in and day out savingsat Baked Beans, 6 cans .__.__.. 28c
yesterday afternoon for Taver-' Company of Baltimore Md. i I trappings, including a 1 disposed: to begin more projects Highest praise Has been given Archer'a make our store the I i Jelly, 3 Ib box '_.___".__ 24c
nier where she will spend a vaca- The following article relative Ito revolver hanging with the approved than can be finished. Someof i CITY EMPLOYES Mr. Carbonell for the wonderful I best place to trade in the long Ovaltine. small __..__..m.. 35c

tion of several weeks with Mrs.r Mr. Howell's death, which ap- sag on his lea hi,. 'I these people become very brilliant I progress made in his studies and I run. We stock only the highestquality I OTaltiae. large .... "."".. 65c
Paul Albury. peared in a current issue of a This style of dress tai not peen through their education,; come of the work he turned out foodstuffs. I Prunes 2H size can _?__ 22c
the fashion for either "cowboys"or ARE PAID TODAY Flakes .. 2Se
i J Ivory 3 pkgs.
is others alert and ''''
I Birmingham newspaper\! reproduced while seemingly during his'senior )ear elicited the
in the for I We Welcome .. .
herewith: "prospectors" west : ingenious in the midst of Responsible Sausages i.! Lard, can 15c
Masses Phyllis Richardson, ; are --- approbation of his college matesas ___.__
Potatoes 23e
concluded he 10 Ibs.
I ,
"Young Rainey Howell, 5 2, for many years, EO trouble and vexation early all the Account
Juanita Gomez and Dorothy John-', was advertising a "patent medi-!i I Employes of the city, on the active well as hit:preceptors: at the in I T.na Fish can ...______.. ISe
son, left on the afternoon train. mer employe of the Coca-Cola!cine" show. time I payroll, were paid off today. .stitution it ip i said. All Competition met with 1 Tomato PastelOc size,
where Company who had been in ill I I .. At present he is enjoying a well __ __ __
yesterday for Perky they I Imagine surprise when he None of the men were paid for Low Prices and 2 for __ . ISc
will upend the week end with Mr. health for the past three years, said to the my lady\ "I'm a Federal : services rendered previous to Julyof earned vacation and: will later on High Quality. ; Pimientos, 3 cans _..m.. _. 2ScRinso

and Mrs. Fred Johnson and the died at a local infirmary Saturday man, a Federal prospector. I want i SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS last rear, when affairs of the decide as to when and where he ONE STOP SERVICE 3 pk,.. ._............._.. 23cSaniFlush.

family. morning. His residence is at 457 to buy jar of horrey." She hand- ; city were turned offer to the Flor- will open dental parlors and laboratory 1 can ._.. .....___. 23c
Fifth Place, West a ida Emergency Relief Administration Order All Your Food Needs i Ivory Soap, 6 bars ....____ 34c
Mrs. Claude left the "Funeral services will be held on ed it to him and said "Twentyfive Through Us ; Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. "_.'...._ 2Sc
Alburv on said.
Sunday at 3 p.m. at BrownService cents; please and one cent j I By ANN FACETHE it was% : Eddy's Starch, 6 for ".".,h, 2Sc
afternoon train for Miami; to attend -: state sales tax." Last week tile: Florida East! Dressed Poultry
fnherat'servnfes '' Funeral Home, with the Rev. ... .* list of available fruit Cooked Brains 3 cans _._. 25
{ MrL'Harr summer
) for. *' Coast Railway and the :
"Oh no, Said he. "I don't pay : company Fish Turtle Fresh .. .
: f J. A. Bryan pastor of the South- X ilonger each week and more of NORTHin Yard Etc, dosen 35e
Page ,to be held 9
that tax. I'mo. Federal man. I'm I East Coast Hotel Company paid Lux .__.. __
side' Presbyterian Church officiat- them are available to the average con Fruits Vegetables Flakes 2 pkgs. I9cLux
this morning. j tax exempt." With that he swag- sumer. Cherries and peaches low taxes to the amount of 17178.06; '
1 ing. Burial will follow in Forest : are Meats Soap 3 bars __ _.. 19c
gered out. leaving the hardworking er a* are cantaloupes and watermelon $12,664.22 for the road and Comfort
Hill Life Buoy Sap 3 bar I9c
"Mrs. W. V. Millington of 10131 Cemetery. rancher's wife to pay the penny I Excellent value arc to be foundin 513.84 for the hotel company.Of Dairy Products
South this who had "Survivors are his widow, Mrs. oranges and bananas. Lemon. are $4'-1 If
street, city, ]r I tax. t the full amount $4,000
Howell son C. How- somewhat higher. Raspberries blackberries
Alma Joseph Phone
67 Free
; Delivery Phone 658-R Free
been three months visiting : 4a DeliveryEaton
spending -; of paid in bonds and the balance
ell five sisters, Mrs. J. E. Dixon, This was E'ich a glaring case and huckleberries are fairly I
in Tampa, has returned to ; Ab- the use of official power and privilege !'I'high. $13,178.06 in cash.; Distri!> : 814 Fleming Street and Elizabeth Streets
Fla. Mrs. O. L. Smith.
/, West. j Terry, of New potatoes are the outstanding employed today amounted to $6- I
to obligations
t beville Ga. Mrs. J. H. Jenkins, escape vegetable value though spinach. peas
Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Lillie citizenship that I was astounded.I and cabbage are also cheap. Also in 865.53. I I
Mrs John C. Neff. who was, Mae Westerman.: Los Angeles, If this public servant's salaT. the low-priced group are green beans -- .- _. .--- --- -

visiting law, Mr.her and son Mrs and E. R.daughter-in-1 Neff, and, Calif., and Mrs. George Schoettlin which the is hard-working paid, in part by woman the taxesof to I i beet squash., carrots Tomatoes white turnip are much and summer lower NEW\ ADDITION TO ................................................
Birmingham and two brothers, R. I though not yet cheap. Boston type
the children, left yesterday for L. Howell of Los Angeles. Calif. whom he refused to pay the penny i'I lettuce offers better value than Ice
Miami. 4Munsop 4 tax-is exempt from taxes it is' berg. f ROBERTS'FAMILY
Howell Tenn.
and C. J. Counce
I bad enough; if he uses his official !I I Butter and eggs are moderate In HAVANASPECIAL FOR SALE
price. Forequarter cut of beef veal
Johnson of Miami\ has
?! position to bluff his way out of I,I and lamb are the best meat value
arrived: ,in Key West for a vaca- FIVE BUjI.IMjIfl1PERMIfSUD raying taxes, it is that much; obtainable. Arriving at the home of Mr. and I .
{ion-.nl|. i is, >he iciest of his par-', r worse. j i I Here are three menu e4 from' I I blrs. Joseph Roberts, 1425 Pe- ; ,..."y.I' ,

jirtji.!! Mrand, biro V, A. JOhm-on'l The moral of this incident is i k i seasonable budget levels foods: adapted* .to different tronia street, this morning, was a Lv. Key West __ 5:40 pm ;, .
at the Home on Flagler avenue.Walter simple: In these days of exorbitant : / : .
twelve-pound boy. Lv. Marathon __ 6:52 pm P .. .. ---rr-
taxation it is unjust unfair and i i i Low Cost Dinner ti.... -,-' ".-'f;: .- ; ... ....
-..:.:.... 1 No name has been selected as ., Islamorada 7:45 pm .. "
( Norman"Son: of Mr. and : .1 .
that Pan-broiled Round Steak .:< ,
undemocratic government rJ' ..
any yet for;i the new arr al 'Ar. Miami .._,- 10:20 pm rrr.J '.< "; .J{ .
Mrs. Walter H. Norman arrived. During the week ending June 6. office holder be granted any ex_Baked Potatoes Buttered Squash .. '. f'T
Ar. Jacksonville' 7:50 'aaThroala ., :
today to' pend''fheregular' : : sum, there were fiye buildinglaryiare-f) | emption from taxation not granted -1:i I, Jellied Fruits Bread and Butter MONROE THEATER 'T rit) / ffml
wltplVisfard'Sauq' .
mcr vacation with his mother and,; pair permit issued from the, office If to a private citizen who pays Tea or CoSe / service to New: E 11.\. ..... 1
other rela tives. I I Nancy Carroll-Donald Cook in York and the East. Direct -
j I of Harry M. Baker, building the w wages or salary of the office Medium Cost Dinner
!inspector, authorizing the follow holder. It is no harder for a public ;I I JEALOUSY connection af Jacksonvillewith
Mrs. Braxton B. Warren who! ing: servant to pay taxes out of his 1; Baked Ham with Browned Yams Wm. Gargan-Patricia Ellis in all morning'trains to .
Celery Onions
accompanied her daughter-in-law'' Repairs to garage at 1018 Grin- income, than -it is for a private; Bread and Butter A!! NIGHT AT THE RITZ I Mid-West. Choice of comfortable l

Mrs. Harry Warren as far as Miami -: nell street Owner, .M.I Misevey;, citizen to pay it out of his own' Banana Cream Pie Matinee Balcony, lOc; Orches. coach or Pnllman

.on, her trip to Denver, Colo.,' co t. $75.Repairs. earning 1!I; Tea or Coffee Milk tea, 15-20cj Night, 15.25c accommodation Air conditioned -

returned: yesterday. I I to roof at 309 Julia I Special privileges for officialism Very Special Dinner 1 1I. loanf and dining 111RP '/3eETfI

_______ j street. Owner, Ben Butler; cost, at public expense, must be I Consomme Crackers Jark..t{!!*'. L.adl.a H.trf
Mrs Luis Mendez. before mar-' $75. cut bed or t'ie common citizen will r Jellied Chicken THE SEMINOLE

riage Miss Claudina Lucignani, Repairs to porch. 603 Simonton become nothing but a tax slaveto I': ,, Stuffed Tomato Salad car.Low FaresIN
and two arrived yesterday dig for the tax-ex-i I Celery /
eons street. Owner, R. Romaguera; up money Currant Jelly
from Miami for a visit with hers., cost! $100."General. empt bureaucrats. Hot Biscuits and Butter G'e ROOMY COACHES

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lucig-j repairs. 1012 Olivia Charlotte Russa CHEAPER THAN DRIVING

nant street. Owner, Jake Aronovitx; PLAN DECREASEIN
\ TO- t
cost, $150.General.
Clifton Cates, who was spending -\ repairs 822 Windsor! I CONSTRUCTION Subscribe to The Citizen. I I. Miami _...+_..._.-$ 2.99

: a few days with his brother- Lane. Owner, Albert Carey; I Jacksonville ._' 8.48
in-law and sister/ -Mr. and Mrs. r..' cost, $150. fir .'_I..p. ....,... BENJAMIN LOPEZ Atlanta _,__. __ 13.58

B. Curry, of Fleming street, left), I DAIREX. Mcnchuria June 6.- FUNERAL H'..orI': I Birmingham __. 15.06

yesterday for MSamL ]I I GETS JAIL SENTENCE The nationwide program of cons Established' 49 ( *A .j.i I i: Chicago ...._---,= 26.16

!truction launched in Manchoukuo Key West's Old.f s- I.!1' .. --.ille., Florida Cincinnati _.... ...._- 20.79
:William R. Warren, Jr., on of CHICAGO.-After he '.plepdedj I following!: the establishment of the Z4-Ho r Amb.Uc.. Service. I r f.' t HAs B. GRI\: Eft. Manager I LoaisvUIe ___ 20.36 f } t1 X

Dr:and Mrs: William! R. Warren.'I guilty to stealing three :Suns from |I new state will begin to taper off Ueseed EmNlaLee: i'A, human-you will home-like find >.., In.tltulioeIwhere ladltMoal. I Nashville _*.............- 17.92

student at Florida University, are! it "Crime Doesn't Pay" exhibit at... this year government officials .....- IS.. .: ...... 'W "' !,..._ea.w II.I.e.mffrt ..d ....rt..._.. a matter -. New York ..__.._ '25.47
rived today, for the summer vacation the Century of Progress; in this :believe f.0:. I. 'of great Importance. Richmond ._.----" 18.5

'with his parents. !i! city last summer Carlton Turner I Construction projects plannedfor i =....o----.- Washington ...-__?..20.33 n
I A tl II"'. h lldi Ideated
30 in to"cost KEY WESt: Ii Furnished two-story house and lot at 1301"Vhite
,,, was sentenced to spend days 1933 are expected In the heart .( the ritrEvery Similar Fares EverywhereJ. -

R. T, Roberts, who .-all'TilliiinJrI i, jaiL I I about $40.000,000 as comparedwith COLONIAL HOTEL I head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
Tils granddaughter. Miss Adele 1 f last year's total of around Room with Combination Tub H. COSTAR, Agent
and Shower Bath Electric of the tea and overlooking Coral Park;
Roberts for several weeks )left:; Mrs. L. P. Artman. at the home i 50000000. I'D the Center of the Business Ceiling Fan Slat Door Radio for Summer I PHONE "71

yesterday afternoon for Miami+i 1309 Whitehead street. t A substantial part of the outlay and Theater District Ventilation. Comfortable Bede withMattreasea For price and terms apply to
and will there embark for his 1 for construction has been of Inner Spring Construction -
and Individual ReadIn -. L. P.
home in Nassau. :I r Ernest Hemingway, who arrived spent in Hsinking, the national I First Class-Fireproof- if Lamp 1, FLORIDAEAST ARTMAN

several days ago from a fishing capital where a new city is in SeasibU Rat.. RATES tel j 'The Citizen Officeor
L. P. Artman. Jr.. student at; excursion off the coast of Bimini the making. I '.,_ COAfRAILWAY

Loyola University La., and has,left yesterday for Miami and will I I Millions have also gone into i I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI He 78 ROOM ROWM.*. Private Private Bath Bath =::: ';sail: j

brother Norman, from FloridaUniversity. go by plane: from, there to Bimini.i i railroad building which will be 4* ROOM. Private Bath ___ ...., Residence 1309 Whitehead Street'r
Gainesville arrived I I where his Yacht Pilar is awaiting I carried on at a reduced pace this I, Garage Elevator_ :24.. Sample Rooau.ICesa-a.Private Private Bath Bath ii..... .

today to spend the Bummer vacation : him. Mrs. Hemingway and the,l I year, now that "key" lines have Popular Price SLIGHT TCItEASB FOR OOCBUi.OCCCPAKCT
with their parent, Mr. and!I children will join him later. J 4 1 been completed. i : I I e..S.........................................

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