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 8, 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: UF00048666:00036
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: [AMocltUd For' 65 Yean Service.Press Devoted. Day to 1 tEb't., tp Wtzt Citizen(! t most country Key West equable; with Florida weather*an,. average has in the the i

Beat Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit i it



With NRAtP1acedkDisatd. EXTENDED REMARKIN GROUP OF PROMINENT OFFICIALS 1 Karpis.Ex-Marble Champ ConsideredBy


Supreme Court TakessVacation COSTS LARGE SUM t" --r,- Men( More; Deadly Than Dillinger

,, i Arriving on the Havana Special a few minutes and then continuedto ,
t I
Delmonico's for luncheon.
from Miami was a a .. .
this nomine -
Acting Mayor Warren -
[ presided at
Members Of High Tribunal JUNIORPATROLI SENATOR KING. FORMER officials who the luncheon.A .
of prominent
I group sightseeing: trip was plannedfor MISS \WEISSBERGWAS COUNCIL HEARS Claimed To Be One Of

Will Remain Inactive I I ASSEMBLES AT' MEMBER OF HOUSE. DE. will spend two day a* guests of this afternoon, and tonight the

1 SCRIBES "RECORD" AS We.l. Miamians will be guests at the WINNER OFESSAYCONTEST MATTERS Most Dangerous Outlaws .
Until CominOctober ; Habana-Madrid Club where a special -
BAYVIEW PARK -BURIAL GROUND" !I. lie reap are Mayor A. H. D. program of entertainment will Ever Operating In

I! ---- I II Fessey, James Yelviogton, property be Depp enjoyed.sea fishing in the watersof I LASTJVENING Country

GIVEN!I HERBERT PLUMMER I AbeAr..ovitz Key West is in store for the -
DIFFERENT UNITS ARE By manager for Miami;
I ta,. A...elated Prr*.> visitors tomorrow and they will PRIZE WAS FIVE DOLLARS LETTER FROM PAUL BOYSENIN
By HERBERT PLUMMER I I INSTRUCTIONS AS T():I WASHINGTON, June 8.- city solicitor; A. G.VeacW return to Miami tomorrow after-
WASHINGTON. J... 8Aftei i DUTIES IN REHABILITA. !I There's a job ot>cn for one of the ., liquidator for the Southern I Adams has made the arrangementsfor By AMctet Press)
I! 435 gentlemen wro sit in the house! SUBJECT OF IMMODESTYIN COMMISSION HERE READ | WASHINGTON J... 8.-Mem.
one of the most momentous sessions I TION PROGRAM Bank and Trust company and Attorney the fishing trip.
1 of re presents lives-a job which : Among the local invited -
persons DRESS OF PEOPLE!. DURING SESSION her after member of the no.
; in iL&' history, daring which will project him into the limelight Paul Marks, president of to attend the luncheon today.besides .

1----1! and \ke- him thero members of the reception torioas Barker-Karpta mob-last
it left iU imprint on the destiaiei. immediately p tke Key West Club of Miami. Mr. and Mr. Adams. \
committee are:
Key West Junior! comprising -: as lone&,: as he desires. I I I I Edward Last month there appeared in There was a regular meeting of of the midwest fangs wbick in
seldom and Mr. Mark. for. Dr. William R., Warren.
of the Americas people as J Aronovits are '
: Section Five gathered at Bay 1 The formula is fcimple: "Mr. A. Strank. Melvin Ru sell, Cnl tLis paper an tfftr: of a :prize of the City Council held last night rectal years terrorized the c....

before !. tk. life,..f the republic I view Park yesterday moon to Speaker, J o*.ject." mer Key Westers. I r.ervaldi. Dr. Armando Cobo. Joe : five dollars t3.00) for the best with Councilman Ralph B. Pinder,

!I hear an inspiring_ addjre!$a delivered -:i. It req'iiresonly about 15 Hind: Cabrera. Jk"e Aronovitr, Morris essay; on:.. Immodesty'? In Dress! president protein presiding in try-lias bee ....clai.. 10 prison
tke eo.-rtLa., ...... i a the visitors the station -I I
supreme Dr. Williani R. Warren Greeting I
by 1 utes after the speaker has bangedhis J. L. Stowers. Lewis
HolUbenr. Among Civilize: :!' Peopla: ; opento place of Leo Warren president of II!or to death as federal aiciUs and
u.HI .extl and tQl ear definitelywhaLtheiidutiea ; gavel at noon opening: the es-1 were members.. of Acting f Pierce Lancelot Lester Curry I
vacation which will act & of! all under twenty-one years of,aga.The the board, who is acting mayor in I
would be members
sion. During tliose 15 Mayor Leo Warren's reception I Harris. William Albury B. C. i police steadily push the ro.>d.p
October.It the organization which ,. is-i succeeding -: unless !Ome"on objects, miDU\U'1 committee comprised. ,of. RoberdSpotUwood I Papy. Sen. Arthur Gomez. W. offer was mad by a>well the absence from the city of Mayor I

wid. l the Key West..Volunteer of extraneous matter. is Charles<. Aronovitzj}.ten Sawyer Dr. J. R. war-I known Key Wester.Only William 11. .Malone. Mr. Warren of killers, kidnapers asxl robbers.
wo.14 require a rather i
Work Corps. I the Congressional Record in that Dr. Harry C. Galey. J. Gerry Cur;: ,I I B. Sullivan Benjamin three cs<::.,..were seal: in. WM in attendance at the meeting. With the capture by federal

stretch ef tke imagination. However I, The Key West Hospitality Band section known al! the appendix. tie, Franklin Albert,,and BernardC. j Rosa Sawyer Otto Kirchheiner,! which "ncakj poc'iy for the literary however, and conferred with the I I
played several selections at the Senator King cf UUh. a fomier: De Witt.Following. I I Howard Wilson Harry D. Warren. aients of Volaey Davis, convicted.
to describe tke coming. foviwoatbo beginning of the program. Speakers -,member of the *.<:Jl'e. describes the the arrival of the j i Karl Thompson. William R. Por- ambition of oar young peo- members on several important: .

a vacation .for tae. ninjaitice < I l besides Dr. Warren, were J.!,ai pcrdix: a.; "tLe! buiel ground for i Miamians. they were taken to the 1 ter. Norberg Thompson. Ed. Gray,"I I pie. matters of interest to the city. I murderer aad admitted participator .

a. I r Gerry Curtis director of operations -I i spew hes.'' Key West Hospitality House forLONDONGOSSIPSWHISPERING. Ora L. Jones and Earl Adams. It i is safe to say that a similar! A letter whi.h: was recently in the Bremer fcidoapiaf, 26-

j *. They're scattered in alleSrectiens I in the Key West Administration -j j Coat To Government Heavy I I __ _.__ offer al'pe..l'n: in a Miami paper received in Key West by the Over
and Arthur H. Sheppard,, For example. a member cf the | year-eld AlvSn Karpis, erstwhile
would have i'cd several hunched sea! Bridge Commission from Paul
bul pre
from Washington the I Texas asked and oh- I
supervisor of parks who told lio-se from !
their work oe$ on. 'junior patrolmen just what theii:i tamed "un mimo'JS consent to pro- I GEORGE I replies. Boysen, who was in Washington,' boy marble champion of Topeka. ,

f I activities would be.. cied for one-!anlf n'inute," thon! l' The prize was awarded to Miss D. (X, at the time, relative to mat i Kans., is the only so-called "big

Huge mail sacks bulging with t; Beginning Monday, members oi I extended his; remarkc i in the Record -i AND 1ARINAARRANGINGFORNURSERYI I Ruth Wei hnt. ters on the proposed bridges was,' shot" of the Bar .r.Karpis

documenta are shipped wherevei, the fifth section will start a campaign that: I I Miss Weia>berg u from New!i read at the meeting. fang
the members of the court may be,,I for the removal of all ob i "Faithful. "epcniVe:: loyatl/ to -- -- .-.r ---- York and it n niece of Mrs. FrankLewinsk i Call. On. Officials I still at I.r..

for preliminary study. The court solete signs on the i island. They f friends! is the it-iinal principe: of .fl r A...rl.terf Preset I ;' and has been the guestof Mr. Boysen staled in the letter I' Karris, wanted for the murder
docket would become hopelesiJj I will contact property owners and I mr' life. ALUMNI REUNION LONDON, June 8.the advent the Lewiut-kys during: the win : that Le had visited Public Works of Sheriff C. R Kelly of West
clogged were this not done. because -;I seek permission to remove. the I It required utmost" three p gea to I I ter. : officials in Washington in behalf Plains. Mo., as well as the Bremer

an average of fi cases are signs which are an "eye sore" and I, ret forth this fact. LAST NIGHT WASWELLATTENDED I of a new royal child, if!, The win-.inz e"sais publi-iedhciewUb. i of curing: a loan for the bridges! abduction and several robberies,
filed daily. I I no' longer of 'any commercial Roughly about 23 per cent of r and while it may seem i in conjunction with Engineer has been labeled "Public EnemyNo.

Despite their advanced ages the i value. the Record at the present i is taken I .gossip's busy tongue is true.ill',I olufathioned to Mme: .. it breathesof I Turner, who accompanied; Mr. Boy-.. 1." J. Edgar Hoover chic:

nine justices of the supreme court: Dr. Warren spoke of the needs up by this extraneous matter.!, Soon enliven the household of the.,, the modesty inculcated by the I sen on his visits to the variousgovernmental of the G-men recognizes no ouch
the hardest workingmen One of the last available estimates which :
beautification and offices in
are among for sanitation I 'Catholic and Jctrbh; religions. .classification asserting "all of
in Washington. When'the'': recreation. All of these are to is that it cost the government !I Duke and Duchess of Kent at'I The following is the prize win. they contacted several officials.! these outlaws, are rats to us," butit
court in session 12-hour day, I $13.760.85 for a member to extend I The letter stated that
is a II developed by the junior patrol. nit g essay: they were I
I.be ENJOYABLE TIME SPENT BY !! I. known federal officials con"sidcr
six days in the week is the reg During, the summer picnics! his remarks in the appendix, No. 3 Belgrave Square. I "Modern .lvrs las reached the treated very courteously al all Karpis to be a shrewder

ular'-order. I morninp matinees at the theatres,one time. MANY TAKING 'PART IN 1 i. No, provision for a "blessed: "tage where it ii common and vul times and it was said that the engineering -! ndfor that reason, a more dan
j ji
Lnnches I Not since Underbill of Maamenntett i board hid .
Quick and similar rewards will be given. < gar. Modesty! is v.o- I longer consid.resl -fHtssvdvery ouQsw titan the nruch- -
It isn't, unusual.for _Jhem- Jn: enembers-pf--thetnUnri who-take ': !!_wa* 11 member of Ihe 1 .!WENTY-SECGND ANNUAL i;--rrent'-waTnadc-in the five--stOtYj I a ,-irhtI -. favorably on the proposition as I gerous publicized Dillinger was.
take court business to their homes, inactive. part in its program. house has. any one "guarded the EVENT OF HIGH SCHOOL regency house when the Duke and I "God is the creator of all beings pertains to the plans and purposes
c. One Of Largest
for study at night.. When the I Monday afternoon;members of Record. lie battled constantlyto I f' -every living thing has a of Mr. Turner and his associatesin II ,
court i is sitting ,to hear aJ1t'Umcnts.1 the negro section are" to meet at, hold the appendix down. I hi. bride the former Princess t tIl i purpose. Had not the Lord intended -' their efforts toward securing A slender fair complexioned
as it does for four the Navy Ball Field. : From wide studies of the Record' Marina\ of Greece, returned from; for Eve to discover th' the necessary loan to finance the I "oldish" young man with brown
time with intervals of three weeksto I I !I for congresses back Underhill More than 200 members and last1,I need for garments. he would not I project. hair and blue eyes, Karpis first
catch up. the justices! from found that "members of congress l their friends attended the Twenty-:I their honeymoon voyage 'have brought to life the disobedient .' )Ir. Boysen also Elated in the 1 ran afoul of the law. when he was

Chief Justice Hughes down the WILLIAM A. PARKS "like to tickle the vanity of their. Second Annual Reunion of the April. j t ti I reptile nor the tree of knowledge letter ,that as it was viewed that 17 years old. Sentenced to the

line, allow themselves only 30 I I constituents by printing articles'' Key West High School Alumni!I Then suddenly carpenters ap-, although he forbade theta all that was necessary, to secure Kansas State reformatory for 10
minutes for lunch. I and speeches which the constituents -'I the Club'i :'I tinlt of the fruit. the loan for complete constructionof I years upon a burglary conviction
This luncheon period is spentin DIES LAST NIGHT, themselves make; that others Association at Country 1 1I peared. They vanished within, announcing -I "The brief cot'mes indulged the bridges and immediate undertaking he escaped four 'yeari later and

a conference room: Their personal -! i clutter up the pages with statistics .last night. I I with an almost imperceptible -I I in. especially by the women, tend of the entire work Well since 1939 has kept police or federal
messengers bring trays of!.t I only of interest to their own The spacious club rooms were wink that they were to corrupt the minds of the voung- that a united commission representing officers busy chasing him

food from their homes or the FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE districts; that newspaper editorials I tttractivcly. Irts&ed with artUtit;1 1J going to build a studio for. the:,I generation. It brings them to united action of Key West for a series of daring depreda
senate restaurant and have everything are inserted which flatter pub I speak uncouthly of facts whicli 'and Monroe County be organzed.He !tions.
I !
arrangements of royal continue her painting.[
Duchess to /
said it would therefore become Two when the wave
readiness. for them by the should be revered. I years ago
[and ether tropical flowers which! But the sound of their hammers, the that the old of reached its ere-it,.
time they leave the bench around AFTERNOON Corrective Move I "The 'fads' which prescribe necessary manager I of kidnapings
2 o'clock in the afternoon. I There's a concerted drive afoot 1 are luxuriantly growing in Key found an echo in the drawing-!I discarding of wearing apparel are the commission Wm. R Porter, I the Barker-Karpis gang numbered

Total 639 Years sanctioned by leaders of both parties | West at this season, with a background roms of Mayfair and the clubs of,, unnecessary mans of obtaining be reinstated or a new manager I from 22> to 28 men and women,

The furor and excitement William A. Parks aged 50. familiarly in house and senate, to correct of tropical shrubbery and Pall Mall: "They say the Duchess':I better health. For y sri such anidea be appointed in order that the new I I with Kate (Ma) Barker, !lice: two
the court's the situation. i ; Would have been considered \ eet up could start functioning. Sons Arthur R. and Fred Barker,
caused by death-deal-I! : known to his friends as Whether the drive will bear verdure. i f- in September. ." j'j'I disgraceful Now it i i" greeted Addresses Board and Karpis the recognized leadersof
ing blow to the Blue of this kind I
"Jell '. died at 8:40 o'clock: last I i As usual in affairs
directed attention : ) fruit is problematical. There's Nursery Mystery with cheers by those who wish to Fernando Gato addressed the the outfit. They made their
I sight at his residence 1217 Eliza : the college spirit predominatedand I in contrast considered 'rnodarn. meeting explaining the bridge headquarters at various tfteer in
such London newspapers i be
nine a thing "youdothisforme.andJ'll.r.turn.thsfavor.me.
advanced ageof the jus as -
I''I street. The funeral will be held youth, glorious youth the outright methods of some!I II t "The trifles worn in public are matter fpUowing the reading of Kansas City, Chicago ..nd1.:; .
ticeA.A tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock vndisputed sway over a scene ofgayety to Women Mr. Boysen's letter and stated that PauL trails of!'ton
i the repulsive. Their crime
total of 639 years (the combined -)I from the residence to the St.'aul'e .I time" (if you have serious opposition -, ,and happiness. The local I American: columnists put ] sometime would be
covered.are the matter
-he he that
: ubt.le' forms. which: should crossed those of the Dillinger
) in both houses of .inkwith the
of the justices) figuredin congress.I in
ages a
: Episcopal; Church where groups were augmented by I "It i is _.A40va4nfw1announcement exposed for aIi4iets.IIe)! : Fatisfactwdy' settled, providingthe I Verne Miller and "Machine Gun"

which the have history-making come down from decisions thebench II I services A. B. Dimmick.will be conducted Pallbearers by Rev.will I IMPROVEMENT I who number have of young just returned men and to women! Key',, the' Duchess. is: shortly"to curtail il and .women think only! forgt off: loose.| themns4teThey. freedom.. 1 I among proper.cooperation those who are was vitally obtained interested --I I Kelly were not gangs definitely but their linked operations with

during the session just concluded be selected from members of the West from their studies, in other.hti'social engagements.of the nursery is' and so-callrri own fort. Vile and ..in the proposition. Mr. the activities of those mob

j Enterprise Fire Hose Company of cities. i The location two degrading:!Vri this styles of the:,Gate said that what be was particularly Many CaBbt Or Killed
It is within the realm of prob-- -active! IN SLEEPING I i still. amystery.' The first
I,which the dccersed was' an Intense interest was displayedin (I no reason interested in was the the arkcrI
4 Themis/ Most of -
,. ..tlo> :, the house of Kent are present p spectacular
ability that either' the present or member. > which were floors of 1
the dances towards bridges, regardlessof
prize hrttfyuHe' building of the
and for sue I Karpis crimes was the kidnaping:
the next national administrationwill Survivors are his ''kkIowMts.Camille ; :CAR ort the at the suggestion folly occupiedby the of I builds them. ,
I'| SERVICE placed program : while the;! clothes. The charming dresses who of Edward G. Bremer St.. Paul
be called upon (by appointment I Parks; darghter, Mrs. of those members who are duchess themselves, by were just as lovely -! A communication read from I i
I gone! ; banker in broad daylight on
years ,
) to make important change I!I Clarence Thompson; three son!*. t devotees of the art of terpsichore: third floor is given over to unless guest;) esed'more so. |I Roy E. Lade. manager of the local::January 17, 1934, after he had
in the personnel of the supreme Lumley, Iverson and Gilmore and the judges were cheered at rooms. Somewhere "The men's clothes. though not gas company which title name is i school. He
bench. :I I[; Parks; two sisters. }Irs.. Nathan AIRCONDITIONED. PULLMANS I the selection of the winners of the present floor plan transformedinto is altered, changed much for street wear.,, the Florida Public Utility Company I was driven taken daughter in an automobile; to a

1 I I Niles and Mrs. Roger Watson. .WILL BE ADDED TO F. E. C.; the waltz and fox trot. i rooms will have to be the first child need not be reduced to infant' stating that hu companywas I! hideout. where he was held for
I I Lopez Funeral Home will be in J The waltz number brought out a nursery for wear for swimming and otherrports. ; considering and planning to ;I weeks and then released
r' of arra.ltements.I SYSTEM FROM MIAMI TO' all of the royal couple.Ducbeas in
charge the closest competition. After The bathing suits of almost ; introduce a new gas rate Key I after of $200,000 ran
Bea.tif.1The r payment
the other couples were eliminated: Suite two ago were just as. West to become effective at once.I
yean '
23.4 PER CENT GRANADA NEW YORKOperation I the prize was awarded to John; most beautiful roms in the comfortable as those worn now. ;, known as a promotional' rate, to be 'aom.I Federal. have be-n
SIR. -
t tI duchess'bedroom : I
house comprise I
I Pritchard and Miss Ercilia Falcon. "If some miracle were to suddenly -t introduced for the jmarpose of obtaining and.
the steadily
/ walls of working on case
The '
There were a number of competitors ; suite. take form and show to the,. new business. The permission -
ANOTHER SUBSTANTIAL IN.I ARRIVES HEREAFTER of a fully aircondt-!, in the fox trot which was' white have been hung with silver': people just what sort of appeaT.' and cooperation of the up to the recent effort arrest had of resultedin Volnej

CREASE EXPECTED DURING tioned sleeping.car line by the! won by Wardsworth Demeritt and curtains. The wide French be-flowered''windows -' ance and impression they make it council was asked in this matter. Davis the their of three members
I Florida East Coast Railway to Mis Shirley Velasco. > leading to a might result in realization that to After some discussion, it was decided -:
COMING'YEARBERLIN. ST A Y'AT THIS PORT I New York daring the summer will The gracefully perfect evolutions -I. balcony are heavily draped with!; be modern does not mean to for- the matter be laid over un-' of the gang who resisted arre-t

I I FRUIT VESSEL LEFT be gladsome news to passengers of I of the dancers in the com, quilted silver satin. Bed cover and'; sake modesty." til the return to the City of Mayor and the conviction or plea of
t By .,._...... rr.-... I the system. petitive numbers were in no small draperies match. The furniture is'; I Malone when the matter will betaken guilty by seven others.
Nazi' leaden. FOR MEXICO The Pullman have just j white touched with silver and her consideration. Six Still Sought.
June & I I shops measure due it was said. to the :. up for further 1
are dissatisfied with a 23.4 per; delivered four airconditioned I. smooth and entrancing rhythm four poster bed is shrouded ini f FERRY BRINGS i After the reading of officers',. Besides young Karpis, members
cent increase of births in 1934J,. Steamship: Granada of' the''sleepers tq' he' company to be I I furnished by Tompny Thompson muslin. Long glass panels lit by' report, and handling 0[.other routine 9f the gang who are being soughtfor

over 1933 although they call it:: Standard Fruit ad Steamship company 'used on the '"The 'Tamiami" between and his group of accomplished concealed lights in the floor,]i ii IN ,PINEAPPLES I matters, the meeting was ordered participation in the abduction
_an unexpectedly great and def i arrived yesterday afternoon "- Mfami. a'ndNew York says musicians. i i alternate wita panels of white I adjourned. include Harry Campbell William

inite result of the n.UonalllOcial-,!I i 2:30 o'clock and'sailed. : shortly -J...:: Ht.Costarv Jour agent of the Serpentines individual favors : pickled walnut. ,:I, ____ Weaver, William J. Harrison Joseph
ist! population policy." I after midnight for Frontcra. reaL and various types of noise making -!! Leading from the bedroom is ai:! I, P. Moran and Myrtle Eaton.
That is Just a start" Adolf Mexico. witSout radiorpper&lois. With these cars added to a devices, added to the gayety: I modern bathroom of black marble -!, Ferry Palma arrived from,Caba BIG DANCE While federal! officials have not
Hitler's( newspaper remarks tartly :, The ve elTc' signed to the lounge- car dining' ear and coaches of. what was declared to be one, and black glass, with the yesterday with 12 cars of pineapples. i indicated they believe he was i involved

"because it fchows a birthrateof Porter Dock c irpa ftj.; ShortlS'afterarriViT'g -: airconditioned.. the road offers ofi the best attended! and most enjoyable shower. and fittings of silver and I I 4.499 crates; two cars 4)f Eatertaiaia the : In the Weyerhaeuser kid-

18 per thousand, while the; the three wireless operators travel by rail under conditions, of the many social: event. curtains of waterproofed satin. I fruit !n bulk one e'r of tile. 127 MAYOR OF MIAMI t naping. the Green nevertheless

maintenance of the German vitality -'i advised the captain they as comfortable as can be secured given during the early cummer' On the black glass walls fantastic', sacks: of mail four miscellaneous are quietly but 'relentlessly pressing

can only be insured by a continuous wrntcd' an increase in their pay. anywhere. I I season. I patterns are traced in silver.ANTIRUST I l cars and two 'passengers. .SH! lua prty their quest for the last of the
: Travelers from Key West can outlaws.. His ability
birthrate of 21 per thou- This was refused and the men went I TONIGHTHahana.Mad midwest's ace
sand. I on strike and subsequently oO the secure reservations on this train I to keep under cover is attribute"
Another substantial increase in'I: dock where they stayed. through the local ticket office and "Colonial Cuba Review") For Auto Fenders and BodiesGUARA.'nEED -HEAR- d Club to the fact that he is less of a"showoff"

the birthrate is expected next The vessel took on 34,471 gallons -I be assured of trasportation which TO STOP GEORGE MILLS WHITE I I than were Dillinger

year because of the recent increases of fuel oil and 8,800 gallos is unexcelled by any other railway I MusieSiagiagDanciagI ]i ii ALL RUST Guest Soloist at lk. Music by HabaM-Madrid f and "Baby Face" Nelson and that

in marriage, and because of ,,'ater.Vbi1e the operationswere in the United States, and at a rate i I PALACE THEATER : Prices Reasonable Methodist Church I Orchestra he has a more wholesome respect
the four of speed which will land them inNew I Tomorrow', J... 9, 3:3O p.,> the business-like methods of
the wedding loans are reduced being carried on I 1 Exclusively Handled By II 1 Script $1.00 Ladies Fr.. for
after the departure Sunday Night I
by one-fourth for every passengers were being entertained York 29 hours I Come and Be Entertained Ackerman Service Station the federals.
from Miami. s
child born. .I[ by Key Westers. --


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Pt>llh.4 Daily Except Stmday By Making 'predictions concerning what \OTIfK OF "I\OITF.R"C saLE ,

TOE CITIZEN PD9U3Rlf! CO, HC.U ears DAYS GONE BY I Notice I I. hereby siren that under I i _
P. ARTTBAJI. PreeMeat.a future y tell bring forth has long been !i and by virtue of a certain order
tn' AlA-EI. A..t.ta.t 8..1_ Mauler Happening Her Just 10 Y art Tempera tar*** 1 1|morning over the !tower :Rio Grande j and decree nf foreclosure and ale I I B7 RED KERCE
an interesting;if generally futile indoor made and entered on the lift day ................... ...*
From Th Citizen bmlldlBC I Ago Today As Taken From Highest ................-..-. ,..92: Valiey. BrO'\ -v%:le. Texas 29.90 of Mar. A. T>. 1SS3: in and b> the

Comer Green and Ann Strta sport. A writer in Le Matin of Paris recently The File Of The CitUeaThT Lowest ...................... ........._.s. 79 J: i inches, and fie: north..m' Plains j i,Circuit Circuit Court..f.f the Twentieth.. 'Judicial A willful waste! made a woeful"

I Mean .._..... ....... ...... ......... ....86 j States \\ViH5st-, 'X. D.. 29.80 I II I in and for Monroe the!' County State ,f In Florida Chancery want in the days .Lefore people} hew -
Welt and Monroe recalled of the of
sly Dally Newspaper County.In Key some prophesies students in the conservatory -: Normal Mean ...._.....................81 'Beeches!'; while a high pressure. area, in a Eleanor cause, therein pen !mK.wherein ..I> pan casting their time on relict
Axmar Allison"
the monk, Theodosius, whose writings were of music at the Convent' RaiDfaUYesterday'it crested: over t! lower Lake region widow. is plaintiff and Itarlwnk projects.!
aiterd at Key W iU Florida a* "eond elall matter and Ontai.. Realty Companya corporation ..r-
Ivnprt'lCls: most!
discovered In an old monastery.In of Mary Imtraaenlate will be" presented i, Precipitation .0 Ins. Kanlznl, and existing under thelaws
nrrr-sixTH TEAR in concert tonight. The ;( other sections; of the country' east of the State of Florida and Peering through rose colored
the year 932 Theodosius tried to : Normal Precipitation _... .11 Ins. of the Rocky :Mcpn.nins. Rains <;.to Real Estate & Improvement wartime. Uncle
Mevker .. tfce Aaaetete Prow public is'invited to attend the, ( glasses! of secrecy
...... puledruef.R Company a corporation nricaniied
-a-.r ;
.L* Associated Pre I. .set........,. entttled to .** predict some of the things!which would or recital and hear these young and 1 1 I -T.I.as M .'ct.eh- -,... _.r__. j ine'd thun .
:.r republication of all new dlepatcbe credited tit s To..orrow' Almanac i daring the last 24 hours from the! of .Florida are defendant
or nut ou-erwt'. credited In thin paper,and at.. coming accomplished musicians who are: L '1 west Gul* coast 'nbrthw. .*(d ;over;foreclosure of lien of tan ale certificate Yoar.
would /
he local anus published bere.'NATIONAL not happen in the _, 1,000 Miss Mary Elizabeth Grilhon, I Sun rises : 5.36( a. m.Sun *. the undersigned Special
: ::: ::::::: :::::: the middle Mississippi! Vallev. and Master I. CIIa..r will offer for
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. .. .
years, so that time is up. Here are some ,'daughter of eets 7:1C p. m.j" in portions: of the Ohio: Valley and ...1.. and will cell at p.bllcovt"r,. Scientists declare germs can hf
IWTCRIAL) Gnhkm; Miss Cleora Knight Moon rises _. .............12:50 p. m.I for cash in hand, to the highest kille.1 by sound wates. Crooning I i-
11 ASSOCIATION of his guesses: daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Jefferson Moon sets ..-.......__....12:29 a. m. i! lower Lake region.. being heavy in and bet. bidder at the front..door ofthe a well knees disease! that neveiI
'I' outiern: Loji-tani. New Orleans. Count\ Court House f Monroe -
C/t' n,6r e. 19.35 That Mohammedanism m would be destroyed Knight and Miss Ruth Davis, First quarter, 9th ...12:49 a. m.Tomorrow's 1.60 inches. There nave also been (County Florida In the City I.ecomtrs affected by sound.It .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tides of KeVet., .Florida during thelegal
1t..c IPTIOW! RATES" light to moderate local showers in hoar of sale, on Monday, the
..... Year _. n"'"'''__''' _.._ .__SI.... the Cross having conquered the Davis. A.M. P.M. the central southern onions lt day of July. A. I>. 1535. the followinK .lI wocrM seem that inasmuch as
_.._..__ .. _.. i.... I j ant ,
Months I
4it .. Crescent. But there .._........._ .... :3:41 :rIJLow described land nitaate. lying from red
Three. Moth = __ Late are still more than High I of the Florida l ninsl:la. Tempera-( and being in the Count of Monroe. they are tasking! jam pepper -

)n. MonthWeekly ..n Luis Valdez Sancnez, alias i .. ................. 9:IH 9:48 I tuna hate risen in most sections State of Florida twit: l it would te "tpropriate to refer -
-__ .21 200 million Mohammedan\ in the world. Lot Nine t" of Block FiveS '
"Piloto", has been arrested by Barometer 8 a. m. today. : j: from the Plains State. eastward. ( ) of MartellA; Towers, a subdivision to a !sandwich'< a! not stuff

ADVERTISING. RATES That the demand( for books would the Cuban Judicial police in Havana Fea level 29.99.WEATHER J except in portion: of the middle according to the platthereof
Made known' on appllcatloi.BPKCIAL. recorded in flat" Itonk 1
NeT.emAU cause pious monks to spend night and'dayI on a charge of passing Jlijsiasippi and Ohio Valleys. but reading notices, card. of thank, resolution ofrxpMt. I counterfeit United States money.I I FORECAST i reading are still below normal. I|I office of the Clerk of be Circuit ture is the inner part of the eara"

coltuary notices ete. will be charged for at copying manuscripts!, of the great bishops. The news of the arrest of Sanchezwas I 1[ C'X'D i>t in the Atlanti.- and East ('oart.Io..r, County.Florida t scientist declares. \\ho ever heard
.. .
U. of : cents line.No
rate a
....... for e.t.rtainm.eta by ckurceen from wblca I received by U. S. Deputy I (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday; ) i Gulf:! States, and in west Gulf coast and I of anyone hearing more than they
a'revenue la to be derived are 6- cent a, II... lie did not forsee the invention of printing. Marshal Andre Lopez who has;, Key West and Vicinity Partly; district .\ Lot Ten (u) of Block FiveS i told
The CHhte la an open.f.rom and Invite discnsM I 1'G. ( ) of Martello Towers, a -
Ii > cf |M.blio tunes and subject of local or general That while the magnetic power of been on the trail of Sanchez for I!! cloudy tonight and Sunday, prob- I R. KENNEDY. division according to the plat
:3iir*..t but It will not publish .noaymon comma"lat"'D. the past six months. He was often i I ally local showers Sunday; gentle Official in Charge. i i thereof recorded in Flat kook
.. rubbed amber interesting nothing important me <1). at Pare 140. in the KEY WESTCOLONIAL
was -
in Key West and Tampa selling!i> variable winds. office of the Clerk of the Circuit I

would come of it. This phenomenon fighting roosters in both cities-1tl I Florida: Partly cloudy tonight LEGALSi Court, Monroe County, HOTEL
La awarded veteran
Alimony a pension a: J Florida i
is believed he passed a good deal end. Sunday, probably local showers Mated i( June 1, 1131.wlu.IAM.
oC a domestic war. was later developed and became of the money in South Florida' Sunday ami in northwest por- THK COt \T'- Ji w.i-r!<'! ('CH.RTI" V. ALRURY In the Center of the Business
,MI, FOR "0"01'ot"T'..
Special Master in Chancery.W .
the clue to the discovery of electricity. cities. He specialized in handling! tion tonight. I. ....OIHn,. CTRItr HARRIS and Theater District
r $5 and $20 certificates. Jacksonville to Flo: .la Straits-! In the Matter nf the Guardianship Solicitor" for riamtlff.
We read that marriage often prevents That it was madness to think man I Moderate\ east; winds; shifting to of the persons' and estatesnf NOTICE Jan 1-1-IiI -:!-2SI First Cla.i-Fireproof-

suicide: And .vice versa. could ever fly,_.or raise himself info the air I Paris Singer of Palm Beach,; !south" \ over north portion; weather iRVIN T. KVOWI.KS iiAtioi.nIs I Sensible>> Rate
: KNO\\IES and l SER\I.l> KKNOWI.KS. .
pertly overcast tonight and Sun- Over the ancient grave of an,
like a ?bird.' Another, poor guess. I and New York arrived yesterday 1 i 1I < :Minor unidentified
I morning accompanied by his s on..' day. NOTtc'IIS UnnRRT: GIVEN T T person in Wilming COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
Let us not mistake our impressions< of But with respect to his skepticism Clark!- East' Gulf: Moderate east! winds TilE rNnF.R..ICD. a.. ffuarrtian ton, N. C.. glands a monument
I They are guests of Captain ; of the estates and persons nf IrvinT.
life for understanding of life. aboutjfjjying, Theodosius 'was no farther D. Stearns and Mrs. Stearns, atl!'over.south portion and gent'evaiiablef I Knowles. Harold K. Knowlesand 'i bearing carved designs" of !snake" !'<,,. Carat ElevatorPopvUr
I f winds onorth Knowl ... that I will devil' head head
I Singer, por- Gerald F. i I a and the of an I Prices 1i
wrong than a certain United States Con- the naval, station. Mr. petition the Honorable Hugh; nunn, i I .
the Everglades Club tion. and for Monroe| elephant.
the owner of County Judge in I
St. Yves, or Ives the patron saint'of gressman of only 32 years ago, who op- of West Palm Beach and is prominently .County Florida. at hill office, "MonroeCountr. in the ----. ---
Court K.yV..I't.
lawyers, never' swindled a client.A posed an appropriation for airplane experiments connected with companies Florida, at the hour of lit 4--m-.

declaring that only a fool would doing development work. Pressure! is i m-vder.tel/: low this June.nVIock A.A.n.Mon 1S35, for the an 3tlh order day an-of
'Ilhnrixing. the sale of thel interests; \
believe that mechanical: flight was possibleof aforesaid minors in and to Your Vacation
large road gives directions for : i nf the
map A play "Spring" and a program .
accomplishment. A few months later' I LEGALS the r,1101l'inl.ri./ /: ... property.lying .I
everything except how to fold it up again.It of recitations dialogues and : and Ming in Monroe County
the Wright brothers flew at Kitty Hawk- under the i Florida, and more particularly desrrioed -I
music will be given
( RFSOL1'TiO\ will BO\BI as follows: i If you are going to summer school, or plan
and everybody knows what has happenedsince. auspices!' of Troop Number 1, OF PI''''''(- 'i''TRITTIO' OF t Part of Government Lot T' feel
is better to remain in ignorance Boy Scouts of America on Fri- M oHIII-: ('or'T'.Ollin*. Section a, Township: C3 Souti- ning a motor trip, or any journey, you
> KI.WTIO isspil'IAI. I at the Southeast of InvRange -
(Ai.LI\O A corner
than hear unpleasant truth concerning day evening June 12. The funds 'TAT' 5(1101)5. DI"- 3* Rast Commencingernment safer and more at ease if you are j sure\ that the

derived from the entertainmentwill TRill' MMBKIt. O'i'to': (- Lot 2' in said Section funds you carry are protected. Let us assist!\ i you
others. HOK COI\T1. ..011111". Fl'- 8. Township 63 South. Rant :28 I
SAYS LABOR WILL FIGHT be used in entertaining the "U TUB "".'.Aca: FOR TAX Kant, thence running South 44 in procuring this protection by converting your
Clearwater Boy Scouts who will t.KAM. ) Tin .:I.C..IO"OF decree Fast 148 feet more or
TRI 'TKK" FOR "*HJ IIKTni less, to the waters of the Atlantic travel funds intoAMERICAN-
Government by minorities through or- be guests of the local troop next .T >\ ,\(''OHn \\ 'B 'WITHHtPTKR Ocean (said last mentioned -
That .
organized labor is ready to Wednesday.The ( 1091. F._"IO\ line being the Southwesterly

ganized pressure, may yet wreck a proud fight for its rights is the gist of a warn- J I..\\%". OF It%::5. I line of Randall Adams tract EXPRESS TRAVELERS
\\HKRRAS: under Chapter 1829. as .shown in Deed recorded in
republic.The. ing from William Green President of the Duchess de Richelieu arrived fjiwii of Florida Art of 1125 a biannual I>eed Hook H-5, pace 6ZS, of thepublic CHEQUESIF
election must be held In records of :Monroe Coun-
I American Federation of Labor who Monday from New York and :Special Tax School District for the I ty. Florida); thence Southwesterly stolen
recently .. THESE checks lost (un-
are or
while here will with the due. be determination of the amount f j alone the shore!! line
smart brush salesman always addressed::; a large labor gatheringin the guest of Captain and l\I1"C. nf mills Trustees to be and levied whereas and the 1915 election Is the of point this where Atlantic the 0.can line to of a countersigned), the amount involved i is refunded

asks the lady of the house if her motheris New York. Clark t>. Steams, These distinguished ( time to hold said election, andWHKRKsS. said Government lots: "" to you. In spending,them all that is necessary is
Special Tax the said shore line; thenceNorth
at home. :Mr.\ Green was,. we suspect, putting members of French aristocracy i District Number One of Monroe: I alone the West line of for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof
have identified tht'm'elveS'j! County, Florida has heretofore been said Government lot 1 to the
pressure:: upon Congress to act favorablyupon with the progress of E created by an election of the qual- point nf beginning Innand. I the one accepting them.
ified electors of raid Iistrict.embrcing -I being.. In :Monroe County Florida -
A man may possibly love two womenat labor's! program, including a two- by buying property. all of the territory within containing *.4J acres, ,
Monroe County except the mainland more nr less. -
the same time, but it is more difficult if year extension of NRA the Wagner Labor I '. portion thereof, and ALFRED R. IvNOWLES, I
"I do not miss an opportunity WHEREAS said School IMntrjctban As Guardian of the Estates nf Irvin

they know it. i Disputes bill and the 30-Hour Work bill. of telling my large( circle of maintaining erected school schools houses and is creatingindebtedness and i* T. Knowles.Gerald F.Harold Knowles.RAMOM II.,- Knowlesand First National Bank of Key West

He talked before the Supreme Court ren- friends here of the many wonderful and that said schoolsare : > R. LORD, I

Some fellows look for wives r who can dered it decision on the NRA but he intimated things I saw in Key West, a still now existing In operation, and and said debts Attorney for Guardian.mari: ; junl-X-IS-2' I

support them in a style to which they are a general strike if the workersfeel city: which has the best climate WHKRKAS: It is necessary todetermine .
and is the most beautiful in Flo the amount ef mUlage to -- ---- --- - -
not accustomed. that both Congress and the Courts be levied for each year for the next
rida. Writes Samuel Wilde of ensuing two years and that. trustees r .I.'.I'.I.1'I

stand in the way of what labor believesto the Home Saving Bank of Bostonin next most two be elected therefore to serve BK for 1 ........................................................ ..............
the years .
letter The Citizen. "I
It's funny how fat people who do no be its just due.Pointedly a to IT RESOLVED BY TUB BOARD I
rhould call the. boulevard around; OF I"UBL.IC" INSTRUCTION OF
work and eat too much, wonder whit the labor chieftain boasted the city "Blue Water Drive" Mr. MONROB COUNTY. FLORIDA that I
an election be held within Special
makes them stout. that "the workers can mobilize their poli- Wilde writes in one part of his Tax School District, Number One of

tical strength and compel those men in leter as/he declares he has never Monroe the (territory body, ,Florida In said embracingall Monroe I KEEP COOL I II
seen water more beautiful than County except the mainland portion -'
He also! prays who gives, and perhaps Congress who deny us our right.Cto\ remain the deep blue of the Gulf Stream thereof on the 2>th day ofJune '
u:53. for the purpose of determining -
more .so than the other, whose prayer may at home. the amount of milla e to :
U:1: and
he levied for the years
only be lip service. Editorial comment: People are ; 191. and for the purpose of.eltctt

BASE HIT FOR THE LEAGUE being urged to study; the Consti- ing trustees to serve in said District I, :
for the next: two years.
tution of the United 1 Slate Many

Many of our indu tries' are still. pretty heve been studying it for years,'within All qualified said District electors who pay residing.jaresen t .

sick. Perhaps it would be well to let them Two weeks ago the League of Nationswas to devise! .ways to avoid' complying personal property and at re*(said estate
i are eligible to vote
get better before trying to reform them. about to suffer irreparable injury be- with its provisions. I election. The questions to be. determined -I I II
!, at said election are a follows Electric Fans
cause Benito Mussolini was sending troops : i
Mrsw Claude II. Roberts. of I 1. The amount of millage to be
JV cynic says when he sees two women : into East Africa after warning the Leaguenot 71C Flfrmjpp< street* suffered a I:I levied by County Commissioner for
I said Spertat Tax School DistortNumber .
kissing it reminds him of two prizefighters to pay any attention, the appeal of sprained ankle when she fell One. I : :
the injuryshe 2.- The election of Trustees*i .
shaking hands at the beginning_ of the first: the Ethiopian emperor or to Italy's refusalto eterday. Because of I serve during the ensuing twoy..a ii

round. negotiate according! to the terms of a !for'some will be time.confined to her. .'I'home The"'.'polling; places at which said i is 95

flection:' be held are: $$1.85 to $$10
between the i
treaty two powers. Polling Place Number 1. Harris

The American people will show signs Last week League prestige' picked up I Mr. and Mrs., Walter O.have Johnson J School ard and Building Margaret Corner Streets of South Key; i ii
of 724 Olivia street ret i'
West Florida. Inspector and
of intelligence when worthwhile books circulate when the Italian dictator consented to ar
i ceived news! of the birth of a son Clerk of Election at said polling. ,

faster than trashy novels of sex and bitrate a longer time limit, a League survey I to their son and daughter in law place shall bet Charles'. Mathew,
Ira Cash, William Baker. J. Frank
arandal. and the appointment of a fifth arbitrator -i Mr. and Mrs.! Albert E. Johnsonof Roberts Clerk. i ICE CREAM FREEZERS
D. C. polling! Mac Number S At Mon-
if the four appointed failed to Washington poe County High: School Building.Corner !:.

It is said that the New Deal lawyersare : agree. Apparently, the League had I........................ Key West of United Florida.and Inspectors White Streets.and I : :
Clerk of Election at said pollingplace
assiduously poring over the Constitution achieved a notable triumph.We Today's Horoscope land Richardson shall be: Bernard John J.Allen AlBury Ro, 2Qt. 4Qt. 6Qt.

before making other fantastic sug are advised, however that just ........................ William H. Johnson Clerk. S :
PtHlins Place Number 3. At Public -
gestions. now the rainy season covers Ethiopia and Here .we 'iaxc a seemingly able ,, School House at :Matecnmbe.Monroe .i isi

any military campaign is out of the question and tnerpeti' eats r*.,. l but many of i i and Clerk Comity of Election, Florida.at Insnvetors said polling

those born en this day seem to j>lace shall be: IK O. Russell. Water Coolers Thermos Jugs
Russians still elect Lenin to office, although until the fall. Maybe, fighting have rather success. There I Robert Ingraham. Edney R. Parker ,
he has been dead for years. A lot' has been postponed rather than averted. be impractical vein and j Preston Finder Clerk. Pub-i
may an Polling Place Number 4. At !
01 our alleged statesmen too, are dead there ii some danger of loss I lie School House at Rock Harnor, Thermos Bottles
,, Key Largo, Monroe County Fktr-
but don't know it. CONTINGENT FEE FOR TAX through the! hinds of others. The i 1!> Ida Inspector and Clerk of Election
day is not actually at said polling place shall be: :
COLLECTING Wlllard Albury John W. Pinder. 0.I S
bet the :
early rath unfortunate-'j' P 1U11. George W. Alnury Clerk.
A promise is often a weak person's fully pre.ars for the I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED .
that this notice of election shall beuDlirhed .
method of evasion. Better it ito! make Something that is new, we believe isrcport'hd i In the Key West Citizen, S S S

commitments until you are sure your pai i from Louisiana, where the law I LEGALS is: West.newspaper-Florida' in once the each City week of Key for

make them stick. :: firm of Long and'Sandos is representingtheSlate.Tax I thirty days first publication to be I. Beach Chairs Hammock ChaIrsFolding
:NOTICE OF APPLICATION Or. the Z5th day of May. UU. and the fl ,
Commission fn the collection PISTORIA PEREZ. A MARRIED'last publication thereof to be on
the 2Znd day of ,June UJ5.BK .
Daily use of 'a toothbrush improves. a of back taxes due the commonwealth.The NOTICE ORA Lea.IS HEREBY GIVEN that i that said IT election FURTHER shall RESOLVED be conducted -, Chairs

child's disposition, says an expert. Old- firm is to receive one-third of all the nnderaimed Paatoria Peres a ed. held under the same rules :1o
married woman a resident nf the!and regulations a* general elections.
time mothers got similar results by apply- back taxes collected through having prop- State of Florida and County t>f Man except as modified by Section 70S. !
roe. will on the !Uh day of Jon. Compiled General Law of Florida-
ing a hairbrush! on a strategic spot. erty placed on assessment rolls or through A. D. 1SS5. apply to the Honorable I Resolution calling said election
Jefferson B. Browne. Judge of the ,,1ID.DlmOualy passed Monroe County I
adjustments of incorrect assessments. Circuit Court of the Twentieth Jadjcial Board Public Instruction May II
Circuit of Monroe County_ 14.,4 i 3sf: I "Your home is worthy of the best" :
Well, we guess if some Congressman As!! usual in the case of anything af- Florida, at Chambers .t.tal A. M.or .;; CLARENCE H. PIERCE. '

would introduce a bill to give all newspaper fectingSenator: Long there is criticism and a*be soon had thereafter for a license to hearingmay man-1 IChalrmJn! Monroe Board County of Public Florida.Instruction. -

age take charge of and control her,'I ALLAN B. CLEARE : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i
men ten grand each the newspaper I defense. The question for other States is, property and to become a free RALPH K. JOHNSON
dealer in every respect in Members of Board of Public In-
m.en would think he was a great states whether a similar i contract would serve the ance with the Statutes .f struction.
ud Eliza Streets
I Phone 598 White :
of Florida. Attest:
man and there are some newspaper men public- interest better than reliance upon ASTORIA .ccord-I- MELVIN E. RUSSELL. .

who would think so for five grand or even other officials, who are paid a salary to see JR. Superintendent and Public Instruction. ......... ......................
I. j ALLAN B. CtJEARE. rx-ottirtn Secretary f Board ........................... ......... 555
less. that the State gets what la due. Attorney for Petitioner. of Public Instruction.
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1 other Bible Class and regardless
. NEir'sMss of denoraniattons are invited to.

STYOSi-AftovI. I. ?ccl Utbat looking. down Into ber dan eyes SPORTS \ I ;attend.CHURCH 'OF GOD
O v Wetln? Dated jItao* FIRST METHODIST '
/? <*". Ji/. and verfcap* htr repit- which half narrowed caressed his. CHURCH I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

$,; : fatter1. fa "You're not to call yoonel: thai! Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts.Geo. : 1106 Olivia Street

c'r\ oee4JUo To me. at least you're young-almost E. Summers B. D. Pastor I I Eaton Street Between Duval and : Morning service: at 11 o'clock.
$ as young as she Is! You make I'!I Simonton Streets 1
!school 3:30
.rw- % .../<,ee tket *., I Church_ Sunday school atiOU0 p. m
.. *b, <. her .n.m.: .... me feel old. Bob! Old and worldly- opens I James S. Day, Pastor i i Sunday night service, 7:15
; .*. wise a.nt, under leadership of I
< rffomj/j. rfc/ndiita. O jraaatott ? Life hasn't been kind enough : Rev. C.
.'. -- -- -- A. Cox. supply pastor. o.dock.
U -- .
( "r io *ia fcMtavatxm to "' --- Gerald Saunders, general
*. protect me! luper.j will both '''
preach morning and eve-; Evangelistic service Wednesday

intendent. Each department ,I
going to be now. Don'tworryr I GIANTS DEFEAT i..j in its ning services at this church during: 7:15 p. m,
iSECONDHALFOF own assembly: room. I .
Chapter IS FOLLOWING the absence! from the city of Rev.''! Prayer and praise service, Friday -
Morning worship at 10:45
1 know It Is.
Tknow. Bob.)
THE SNAKE dom I j Day. 7 JO Teachers'
< p. m. meeting
only love you but 1 feel so-c;j grateful IN TEN SOCIAL LEAGUENEARING o'clock. I Bible School at 9:45 a. mJ

rONSIDERINO It vat raining! too. I thank Providence ail day tl'tl'BRAVES 1 THROUGH Evening worship service at 8-Captain O. T. Fugue, superinten-i I _
'-a cats and dogs aDd th. oeares long for letting us meet. I cant bear 1 o'clock t dent. '!!
the thought ot INNING CONTEST will Latia Mi *ion
losing you! The pastor bring a deeply
said CLOSE I
Inn six miles
was off. Alison. ""YO.',.. aerer going tolie began :I (By JOVE) spiritual message at the morning Morning worship at 11 o'clock.Subject .!/I Services Sundays, Tuesdays and
'II )
"be could hardly take there In .SeeeeCeeeees.e.e.e.5.5f : : "What Think Ye ot th*,
II ; i i conducted Rev.
C but she cut the end of that sentence I 'service'on the subject: "The Soul-. Thursdays, by:
the middle ot the night. without log with a kIss I I'i The Key W..t Land and baseball -' ; Winning Church." The eveing$ Christ? I|[ Charles E. Lazo.

gage; could be? And i was far too "1 know; We're really one person I CINCINNATI REDS SWAMP PI., club were to play this Sunday LAST GAMES SCHEDULE i I II service is being dedicated to the The Baptist Training Union :j',I Sunday school 9:30 a. m.I .
meets 7 o'clock.
frightened to want to stop la the aren't wet That's why I'm going RATES; BROOKLYN AGGREGATION d Islamorada Fla.. but at the; WILL BE PLAYED I Fathers of the church and a special -I at
to say something that I I to'!' EITHER Evening worship at 8 o'clock.! |I
house alone" perhaps! I.bollldn'1. last minute it was decided ( program is being: $ prepared.The .
.", VICTORIOUS IN change it to the following ON Subject "Let Us Reason Togethier. :!: THE SALVATION ARMYi
Sun-I| MONDAY OR TUESDAY will bring special}
"On. as lone as o.one caw you "What? I've neier seen bar! that I 1 ':ay June 15 and at the came J Ji i sermon pastor for fathers and a the choir{ ." |i I I I ______

both.I don't suppose It matter doesIt grew like yours, Daphne. all those!! CAME WITH PHILLIES i carry a few :.inze fighters from t tI 1 NIGHT will be composed exclusively of: All other regular services will'!Captain'I' Vernon W. Walker, Officer -

!" said Mrs. Burners Urntiy. Ton fascinating little curls!" I i this city.The male voices. be carried on.during the week. II j I I. -- in Charge
dldnt ret visitors laughed softly. ,. 1002 Fleming Street
any I
"No. You mustn't tangle my hair. < "Hardly at that hoar ot night!* 1 I want to talk to yon. Go and! sit! over NEW YOKK June 8-Th New i(I pro<-am so tar is for the. (By JOVE) I 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa! Collins. I|I Company meeting (Sunday

"1 was thinking of the mornIng there!" baseball clubs to play on Sunday Monday or Tuesday night the Mid-week prayer and praise' ,il'C.'hool), 9:45 a. m.
said Mrs. Burners patiently. "I're He obeyed as he had obeyed her' Giants went to victory over''afternoon then the band to tendered Recreation ten will play the Garage service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. 527 Wiliiam Street I Holiness meeting. 11 a. m.
had a woman coming to elean.- the Boston Braver. 3 to 2, with, E. Richard Evans; Pastor Young People's Legion, 6:30:
ever since ''' m. i
ahefirst selections I
enchanted him at the and
Parmelee' on the mound for the' game boys and the Cuban Club out-
Sunday school 9:45
"She dIdn't come that a. m. p. m.
morning. six weeks '' Choir rehearsal Friday
on evening
before when they bad met at night.: Another contest!" is scheduled
New Yorkers. Cantwell did the fit will meet the Service -
aggregation at 11
aid Alison. brusquely. Morning worship Evening service, S o'clock.
i the expensive hotel at Nice where for5Ionsy afternoon and the at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs.\ Joseph o'doe1c.I'I
"Well that's all right! I'm looking Mrs. hurling for the! losing aggregation. : for the last games of the Rev. Alfred de Barritt will j
Sumers. taking a long-planned fights in the ni.l.. t. After the box- Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saund- :
Joe :Moore and Mel Ott knocked second half of the Social Diamond- '
forward to meeting the knight- I a at this seftee in tLe absence of .
holiday had found herself i
In terrible choir director.
errant By the way. Bob. it you're straits all her savings stolen I home run apiece during the game. I'>I mg program a big dance will be. ball League schedule. ers, I Rev. Evans who is away on, \aca-j?i CHRISTIAN SCI :NCE SOCIETY

asking him to lunch,. could we Just by a swindler an hotel bill owing The Cincinnati Reds downed I i| given at the hoteL t tI j jI If the Recreation gang wins the GOSPEL HALL i i tion. 1 I

run through our engagements together and In a foreign land. the Pittsburgh Pirates to the tune ','t play-off with the Lighthouse crew, Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m.j] 327 Elizabeth Street

? The harvey have asked me By mere chance. Robert overhearIng '- I or 13-4 under a 15-hit attack in-j I The folio.vine players have ali !-:the winner of the 'first! half will 720 Southard Street I I A Chlldien's Day program !] Sunday school 9:30 a. m

to dine and I'm not sure' whetherI'm her eluding three- homers. The I,,; play them five-game series the Sunday morning service at 11
distracted explanation. to the game 'i I ready. agreed t so up there: Cyril a I A special lecture will lie delivered -j be held at the evening service, to ,

free. manager came. to the rescue; a ''was called at the end of the seventh -<,;: Griffin. Joe Cssa, Salinero Wick- first club capturing three games I by an evangelist at this church I Ion tein at 7:33 o'clock. !I c'clock.
Alison stood up. ucky_chance for him he said. inning on a'Count'of rain. Hale AL Acevedo .to be declared champion of the Wednesday evening service at
as ,,, era Sterling, Sunday at both morning and Wednesday evening at 8:001 I
1 think If don't mind. Ill '' I 8 o'clock.
yon The Brooklyn; Dodgers were successful i I Peter Castro. E&rnom" Albury, A. league! o'clock midweek service.PENTECOStAL .
just go and take that aspIrin" she TOO look -awfully solemt-. r over the Phillies, taking$ Perez. Joe SeVilla, E. Alfonso A. : The games will be played on a I evening services, witH biblical pictures I. Reading room in Society build.
to be used in illustration of
:-. contest of 11-9. I field ',,'h ch is being laid out ing open Tuesdays and Fridays
I by a score iI j I i Castro:: and two more to be selected -., new selected MISSION :
As she tamed to close the door behind the subjects.One
-I' am. I'm being serious. If there will I freo 3 to 5 o'clock.
*about I This was accomplished with a four-I i' later. ; by. Arthur Sheppard and
the I of the subjects will be
her could her father
see lfsot.- I nn eighth-inn$ r$; rallyafter the: be no alibis to offer by the club,
909 Olivia Street
more to the arm of Daphne Burners'chair. "What about herr "The Church-What Is It, and I
lead had clanged hands five'times. losing. So, next week we will f
.Alison shut the door quickly. will John How Does It Function!" Wm. Skondeen Pastor .
The woman by the fire did not The prize fighters be know which team is the champion: LEY MEMORIAL M. E.

Up In her own room, gay with miss that faint stiffening in cli voice As the result of ponnding three t I Nebo Fee Wee Hernandez Bobby of the Social League. { Services will be held all during' Sunday morning worship 11 CHURCH. SOUTH

crisp green chintzes, she sat down and body as It to defend the girl : the j'i I W&U?h. Yoang Fernandez, K. 0. : the week, with a different subject o'clock.

on the wide divan under the win upstairs Her own voice assumed the i Detroit pitchers White Sox for took 16 the hits. 1 i Fernandez. Kid Pelican and one or:, seSSe.......e.Sse..Ssee to be dealt with at each meet Sunday school for alL 3:30 p. tor. Georgia and Division Sts.
i Chicago
: game:
dow. She could
not. did net even low nasal not. which she nsl when I I two more j ing. m. Rev. W. J. Martin Pastor:

want to cry. She felt as though: all abs wanted the soft pedaL Sbe approached ,,9 to 8. The victory enabled the i CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Among$ the :subjects are: The Sunday night evangelistic service Church school at 9:45 a. m.,

feeling bad been drained out ot her her from Sox to retain second place and I Son. The Good Samaritan 7:15 o'clock.Tuesday .
point an angle."Ton Prodigal:
with Ed. B. Carry, superintend
the losing 'Yanks. The music: v ill be furnished by i
'body leaving only cold blink de gain a game on I
a see never having had a child ; Pilgrims' Process and The 7:15 p. m., prayer and i .
spair. Many times oa her Journey of ml.OWDo I feel that's perhaps the who now lead them by two games. the Key West! Hospitality Band,; : Ten Virgins.' praise service. }I 11 o'clock.
worship at
from Switzerland she bad wondered The Boston Red Sox triumphed | in full. I Morning
moat wonderful part about this. I've Friday 7:15 m., fellowship
what ber' father's fiancee would belike gained not only your yonrseif. dareling. over the Xew York- Yankees 2. .se...e..........ee.e... p. Junior Epworth League meetsat
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN meeting. :00 Mrs. V. A. Archerin
but never even In the worst but a child of my own too. I to 1. Each team made seven hits! I: This will be a gala celebration | FOR RENt Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys' and .c p. m.
moments bad she dreamed of anything know: she doesn't feel! like that yet. as Broaca and Welch hooked up in ''' for the veterans and they will enjoy -, girls' church. i harge.Intermediate

as bad as this! It's natural she shouldn't. She can't a flinging dueL I I| .this occasion.On BICYCLES-WE RENT by the _ Epworth Learnt
But there was nothing to be done. C. Gekeler Pastor meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J.
help being Just a little Jealous! Children The Washington Senators de- Hour Week. Repair I
Impossible to tell her father that the Day or Corner of White and Washington SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH ;; Pierce in charge.
are. And she doesn't fe ted the Mackmen. 11 to 6 with
them with
the Fourth of July there will all makes and paint
woman he loved was untruthful In stand yet that I don't want Bean and Pettit on the mound for Streets I I Young People's Departmentmeets

sincere. a designing cold- lnerl you away from her.' I want y uDder-1 Washington$ while Dietrich. Ma- than be another this affair. much bigger Na-Enamel. We carry a full the I Sunday school meets at 10 a. Corner Duval and Eaton Streets at 7:00 p. m. Miss! Norm
one.I supply parts. Agent
"1 don't suppose he'd believe me If to love me too. that's all!!" j haffey and Marcum served the m. A. C. Elgin superintendent. SaAdays I Yates president.

- 1 did." tire concluded After all. I "My dear she's only Ihy.laid 1-- Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. The Adult Bible Class is taught II j :Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. I II !I Evening worship service at 8:00
: -
couldn't explain to him all those little Abert fondly. "She was always rather summaries have just read the Tampa paper And sell them as low as $5.00 by the pastor. I Mass (Communions), 7 a. m, i Prayer and praise service eachi

digs at me. or the way Daphne a reserved little thing. Walt till NATIONAL: LEAGUEAt l. : where Ludy Acosta is playingin I down and $1.00 per week. We I !Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock. I Mass for the Church School.i Wednesday at 7:30 p. nuI
kept dragging him In on her own she makes friends. the Tampa Baseball League, Buy and Sell all makes of used
New York R. I!. E. Sermon topic: "Sealed With the i 9:30 a. m. I Young people's choir practice
side. Well I'm not going to go on "Tbat'sjust what I want to do- with the Tampa All-Stars. This Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. '
Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m each at 7 in. Miss
Spirit. ,
Boston ... ...._......_._ 290 j p.
like that. I'll clear and Sod Stowers 515 Duvalstreet. "
out a job.that's to wait patiently until she realizes club was former'y the Schawb and b company, I
Evening worship at 8 o'clock.: j Evensong Prayer, Sermon.! Alice Jenks pian'st.Church .
New York _.......__ 370 .
'iirShe .
that I'm. Just longing for her lore. Davis nine and is of the best apr9-tf t
twell one Sermon: "The Tuistian! and the Benediction S p. m. : choir practice each Friday
remembered with a warm But In the meanwhile. Bob I'm Just Batteries: Ca" and Hogan; in that city. "
f Catherine
Week Days at 8 m. Miss
sense of comfort her lunch with GUY.11.1 -well, a tiny bit rrightenOt ." Parmelee and Mancnso. I I FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric Spirit I It p.
Mid-week\ Bible Study Wednesday Morning Prayer, 6:45: a. m. Knowles, church: pianist.
done thing, real things! Alison! ice box. Archie Thompson
I In the first of the league Mass 7
game: at 7 JO a. m.
she decided "One can feel that. Hemust "No. no! Dear child. Of course noL At Philadelphia: R. H. E. I 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879J. p. m.

have bad a rotten time or I mean for her. Brooklyn ......__....__11 15 2 'they lost by a 3 to 2 score with I may24.lmoxFURNISHED The finil l lessen: on the Sermonon Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. J SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
j the Henderson Terrors the victor the Mo-.int\ will be rt'lciied. A second Mass! on Wednesdays
something-perhaps It's losing his
"WhyT" Philadelphia _.._...._...... 9 14 I1 CHURCH
business-bnt one can feel that he Mrs. Sum rs hesitated. picking Batteries: Clark. Ba'jich. Vance West Tampa and the Painters APARTMENT, modern Please rp.d. chapter seven of St.Matthe. 0 a. m. I

doesn'twant life to be padded. that very word with Infinite care. Union teams are also in the loop. ...

he Just faces up to things and takes "1 know It was all right when she and Lope; Bivin.Thomas Prim and Jorgens.j:Wileon. .I[I The. Terrors! are former High conveniences 628 White orGaiti's The Daily Vacation Bible :school METHODIST EPISCOPAL- (Colored)

them as they come." was at school. That's different. But Davis. Johnson -i i School boys who won the State Barber Shop. jun4tf. (continues its sws>;o I each day at CHUKCH.SOUTHi I Southard Street Between Thomas

Presently she slipped quietly from now. now that she's coming out and 1 i High School championship. 10:30a.m. i and Emma Streets
her room and ran down into the library. growing up. well,'you'll bare to be I I "EL SALVADOR" William Perkins Pastor
At Pittsburgh R. H. E. months. desk I
Books bad never Interested careful Bob. '. Inquire FLEMING STREET METHODIST Grinnell and G. Williams, Missionary Leader
Corner Virginia
; .... 15 0 ,I 'I will tryto pick two clubs inj I i
Cincinnati ...... -13 Colonial Hotel. jun7-3lx:: i 10
: her-much but there were p'cnty! of "Careful He was genuinely!!; pntled. CHURCHCor. Streets Sabbath School (Saturday),
: Pittsburgh: .. ......._. ..--.. 4 11 1 the Social League which. in my!< : I
them the tall shelves whl h lined "What about -
on : (Services in Spanish) j o'clock.
:i estimation the best in the, I II i
the walls. Not that her father read Daphne Snmers smiled there Batteries: Derringer and Campbell are ROOMS 1. Church services 11 o'clock in
: was William Street' Sunday school 10 a. m.
I! circuit. I will get these two club" Fleming and
them; works oa botany. bit hobby superior wisdom in that smIle It I ; Weaver BIrkofer; Salveson $2.00.1 I the morning.Y. .
I I to series of three Shuler Peele Pastor Preaching 8 p. m.
play a games.
made up his reading; his library was almost motherly.. Brown and.Grace. :I I Church school meets at 9:45''r Mothers' Club meets Monday I P. M. V, S. meeting &:30
I was Inherited.On "You don't realize. dear. Sh.'. a i I $2.50 and $3.00 per week i o'clock

a top shelf.' Alison found a very pretty girl ana wnea she's Chicago at St. Louis, doubleheader MAY BRING OUTSIDEAGGREGATION j j Double and Single. 128 N. E. a. m. William N. Knowles. sup.|18 p. m. : p. m. Wednea-
Bible study and servle*. Prayer every
yard-square book on architecture dressed and so on. she'll be prettier postponed wet grounds. :, 4th street Miami, Fla. erintendent. The Wesley -j prayer
I Bible Class meets in the pas'(. Wednesday, 8 p. m. i jday night at 7:30 p. m.
with plates which she carried backto stilL And when you add the fact that may24-lmox

her own room. sbe'. got all that money coming to AMERICAN LEAGUE HEREBy I I tor's study. The pastor is the !,
her-" teacher. "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. I
At Chicago R. II. E.,, I FOUND I -

( IN the drawing room which she had "She won't have any till Pm dead Detroit .._-........_.._ 8 15 11!,, I Morning worship at 11 L. Oser and Montero

left. Daphne Burners sat talking put In Robert quickly. Chicago .-............._-.._. 9 16 2]! I HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES j i Holy Communion. o.cloe1c.1 Pastors
one long hand with Its vivid nails "1 know. I mean from the point of Batteries: ,Crowder.. SorTeD! i! ( JOVE) Owner may have same by paying Intermediate Epworth League, Duval and Angela Streets

stroking Robert's ear. while she new of the fortune-hunter that's all. Msrberry and Cochrane; Lyon Arrangements are uhder way I for this ad or return of meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- Sunday school, 3 p. m. RUSSELL'SCIGAR

raved about AlI on. It'. not as It she depended on your and I i i to bring to Key West the strong 1 mine taken by mistake. Jefferson -I line Watkins superintendent. i I Service in Spanish, Friday, at

Just sweet! Absolutely unspoiled eavlsg it to her by wfll. Bob; It's STE"I Hollywood diamond ban club for' B. Browne. junl-tf Young People's League meets I I 17:30: p. m. I II I

darling child! I think that she's her' mother's money. Isn't ItTlTon've ; ; E.l'I. two-game series with local clubs. --a---i---I .___ at, 7 p. hi. Miss Mary\ Felton,I II I
the most unsophisticated creature only a life Interest **> :AVashingt' R. H. i The Lopez Funeral Home t..nl TUNING I|I CATHOLIC CHURCH ;
president. ,
Philadelphia ..._? ...__ 6 13 I I
For a brief second Dapfcnrs eyes -- -: I
that I've ever seen-and so lovely and the Busy Bees will play them a..iPIANO--- Evening worship *rviceat'8:00 'I -
Washington ...._I....JtJLll 16 1 : I
lasted his t
up at him keenly noting i Laureano Mo-
I In which TUNER
really thought the"way ,, V AUeriesJ C&ter. Ma- one game: each. I o'clock. fcma:: : by the pator.IThis | St. Mary's Star of the Sea
don'dgo 't $
she did the noel.Yesr "Then see < Excellent for sale I 0
not even see dangers It is stated that definite word reno. piano will trt ITJ'thFatr.er.s! I Rev Wm. Reagan S. J-,
l1IITuman 'Richard. a
that she'd run was quit. too wonderful she urged "it must go to her In the haffey.: ; ; will be received here Monday as I I cheap. 1018 Division street. will honor i.,| in charge
& We one !
Dr sermon.
end. mustn't It? And not even In Bean Pettit and Bo1t Baseball Returns
know. Bob. most girls nowadays Daily
hard-boiled. They'd rust! You know. In a way. 1 call It to whether the Hollywood ten will II I m23- mo of the older fathers. of the church.i|p Order of services for this
are so be ready to come down and play.A HU to revealed at the I Ie..er.irg church:
have realized at once that to spenda almost wicked to leave money like At Boston R. H. E. FOR SALE name I By Wire
will to that
night alone with a maD like that that to a young girt 1t'-It'1 asking New York ..___..._ 1 7 01 picked team go 1 service. I Sunday morning Masses will be I

was rlraply-well! But yon could see for trouble-and she's too nnsopblseated -. Boston _.. h.._.......,_.... 270 city to,play the diamondballers ina PERSONAL CARDS-tOO printed I. Mid-week prayer and Bible said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock I 0

at once: that the Idea had never and fresh to.see it, even It Batteries: Broaca and Dickey; return game.BASEBALL. cards, $1.25. The Artman i study Wednesday at 8 p. m. I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock- COME IN AND GET THE

crossed her mind-dear Innocent! you told her. Welch and R. Ferrel! Press. mng7 i Choir rehearsal 1 Wednesday immediately Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, 'I'

"Alison know a lot for ber age," "My dear yon don't know the num. GAME I following the mid-week Sundays and Friday i I RESULTS OF THE

bet of crooks there are In this world! Mrs. B. di I MAJOR BASEBALL
demurred Robert. More than 10u'dtblnk. St. Louis at Cleveland postponed OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two !serVice'! P. Roberts
You she's always acted as: But a woman like myself alone and rector. MIXED BIBLE CLASS LEAGUES
see rain. i
bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of
can't avoid them. rYe met
hostess heie since she was quite lit. poor HERE TOMORROW\ .

tIe and met my friends and talked I dozens of men who'd think nothing fice. oct6 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Montieino. -0--

and read anything she liked and so or marrying that child and makIngher LEAGUE STANDINGS I Teacher CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
I miserable. for the sake of her MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. GOO
.on." 1017 FlemIng Street This class meets every Sunday SOFT DRINKS,
JOVE sheets The Artman
(By ) $1.25. ,
Mrs. Snmers pinched his ear. money R. T. Sawyer Teacher morning at the Harris School an- ETC. '
"1 know darling but you're a bit (CoPtf"'lIl-."",ffvrly Jf. Wtc> There will i.a baseball: game Press, Citizen Building. i
AMERICAN LEAGUE Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. ditorivm at 10 o'clock. Men and

of an Innocent yourself Monday Daphne continues her Club- W. L. Pet. tomorrow afternoon at the Navy jun27tf Sabbath service 10:30 a. m.m.j I women not connected: with any
Field between two picked teams. !
"An old thing like me? He was attempt to blacken Guy Weiturn. New York __......_ 27 17 .614
This game will start at 3 p. m. PRL"'ITINC-Quality' Printing at I, -
Chicago, _.,.__-__ 23 17 .575
-- -- U.h u
The batteries will be Sanchezand the Lowest Prices. The Art-
Cleveland ........._ 23 18 .561
.e.e.e.e.eee..ee..e.Today's f German composer born. Died Detroit .......m.m..'. 23 19 .548 A. Rodriguez and Wickers man Press. aog7:

July 29. 1856. j T ...... 22 21 .512 and Joe Navarre. I
Boston ..__ _...... i .
i ;"! r -* I! Washington :._...-- 20 23 .465 The crntestviJl je a practice FEMALE HELP ii befloe.dwinlied.'DOn
the end those i 't
1813 David Dixon" Porter game oys.
24 .400
Anniversaries t i Philadelphia s ..._..- 16
S fount! to be in condition will be ADDRESS ENVELOPES at home;!
I famed Union admiral of the .Civil I St. Louis ..__.. 12 27 .308 '
SC SC S 555 5 e e...se.a..es 5. | War..son of fe noted admiral, borni h. puked to make the trip to the sparetime; $5 to $16 weekly. Ex- !, ACCEPI1NG.'IM TA'I'IONSst
1784& I i Chester Pa...Dief. o'Washiag-,i i. NATIONAL LEAGUE keys. '- periencc unnecessary. Dignified "

celebrated-Marie Antoine Careme, ton, Feb. 13, 1891.i814Ciaries I Club- W. L. Pct. work. Send rtim-j:: for particu-1! _ To pI 5Tl,4, rigincI 0... 100% Pers hint _
French cook, !>orft. Died i .. 28 11 .718 lars. .De SHTCte:: MAD 1M BALT1KOIlL
Jut 12. 1833.1TO7 I I New York ........ GAMES\ TODAY HAWKINS. Dept. 483. PumT'Gr
St. Louis ._..._,_.._ 24 18 .571 Box 75. Hammond Ind. look for "p" 100% Pan Pine has sites' Seem lUll

i Reade, English i t'Pittsburgh -..._....._.. 26 20 .565 jnng-ltx r-e.cs'is--t' iainUI, he ...-......... .. .:::...
novelist, born. Died April 11, AMERICAN LEAGUE this Label "'
:I J'Chicago .. .__ 21 17 .553 Daria 100% Pare Net coafanu with ==-
-Samrel Bowl of I -
the noted family of *. first 1884. I Brooklyn ......_.....- 22 20 ..521I &I Detroit at Chicago.St. MISCELLANEOUSSPEND i 'i'-i' aD pen gainS Laws saj is eh* enly punt ::=:=-=

of the publishereditors :I I Cincinnati .-..._A_.._. 17 23 .425 Louis at Cleveland. VU&s.pUKE' that errif a gvanatc of paric,. ====

Springfield Mass..< 1868-Edtfar Salt.is, novelist, Philadelphia ......... 14 52 .339 Philadelphia at WashingtonNew YOUR VACATION AT PAINT -
Republican who
i i
started what was bern in New York. Died July 30,: York at BostoJLNATIONAL {ook for this Cttanmteeon the label-
at first a weekly] Boston m.._._.__..__ 11 29275 Beaitif-il Miami Beach Terrace

1824 less country paper in 1921. I i Aptv, 620 Lenox Ave_ _ we....__.....- ...P- ........._. ____ _. _ _
on than U'>O, barD at I shoe LEAGUE and AS ser ....waS .... by m .. lUldsv .a4 mM she..... D..e ...""
Hartford, Conn. Died Sept. 8, German Modern. Clean Efficiency
1851.: Apiarists= ., say a colony of bees in the last year reached the highj Boston at New York Bedroom Apts. $10.. $12.50. 1EEHBMV1SC&. rr..J. "" 'IfI I8NI IALTlMllEMIl

always sends out "scouts" to se-:i est level since 1930. bat Gerjmany Brooklyn at Philadelphia. $15 Monti. Also rates by Weekor I -

connoiter before,swarming; over *.. shoe export trade continues Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Season. Write Wire Reservations G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caro&e aj Ram Streets J

1(10-Robert Schumann, famed the countryside. to decline Cakag at St. Now. jun8- txi -



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Things One RemembersBy ) D ul i Today In History'I.


I ............................................ ... R. M. HOFER : 1435-Upsala, Sweden Csthe*

S S.S..S I S S S..S S S.S S.S S S.. I ttWtk dral dedicated.11164Lincoln.
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Annie Lois Hicks Weds Daniel CASE OF VETERAN In Wisconsin the legislaturehas I TO BE RENDERED TOMORROW :-

Lewis At Church This FOUND DEAD AT spent its valuable time, and I AFTERNOON BY WELTERS' II .WAITE unanimously re-
MorningSt. ANNUAL CHILDREN'S DAY o.I t i i nominated b.* the Republican Na-
taxpayers' to a
money pass -
NUMBER ONE CAMP I CORNET ORGANIZATION ticnal Convention, meeting in Bal
EVENT TO BE PUT ON IN law making "unlawful" to giveaway I I timore.
Paul's Episcopal church was carried a prayer book. :Miss Benz I [ I The merchant whose face is
I I i iI either hot dogs or "fresh long and gloomy and talks
beautifully decorated this morning wore a gown off pink triple sheer EVENING AT FIRST CON.! I "poor j;
II and of Sheriff K. O. Thompson returned fish" asa free lunch with a ten- Another aftenoo business all the. time sure will! $$ -- ardinal U'Connetl of
and crepe corsage pink roses. I II : ,oC ,music:: ispromised i .
i in tuberoses stephanotis palms '
-C ECA TIONAL CHURCH cent stein of beer. The tavern tfave/ it.: I II Boston' ordiiw'etl for the
Miss Jackson was gowned in a I over the highway last night by Welters' Corn.-t Band .1'j priert-:
when Father Arthur B. Dimmick I * I
blue creation of the same ma- ,1 from Islamorada where he conducted .: keeper may, however give away for Sunday Jackson:' Sqrarc. j ji hood.
I \
performed the solemn ring cere- terial and also of r The follow irg programwill be Economists have a hard task in;
worse corsage ,, ,
cheese, pretzels popcornand
into the
I The annual Children's an investigation :I rendered trying io&yrcradc fne. world when 1933:
mony which united in wedlock pink roses. Day pro- : -Max Baer of California
death of C. Radkin veteran in "cured fish, with glass of I
Miss Annie Lois Hicks and Daniel Mrs.: Lewis is the daughter -of' gram will presented, in the First America. it i is in a bad Jempcr to change knocked out Max Schmelling ofGermany

Lewis. I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks. A i Congregational.' Church: tomorrow I Camp Number 1, who was found :1 euds. It is not stated whether the March, Joie 71st N: Y. Ceg'tBoyer. its way of* doingbusiness to the in New York.

1 dead the customer: has to stand up or bit ., ': J. Economists' way of thinking.
graduate of Florida State College on morning of June C. .
at'7:30 I -- I
Miss Hicks was attended by two I (evening o'clock:! by the &o' 0 .
: while his crackers or Selection, "Jo'.en'alGirl":: 193-1-Phila.lelphia Catholics di.
for women, she is a member' of' The body was found near the down eating -
of her former school Miss children of the School.
mates Kappa Alpha Beta sorority, and: Sunday I cheese. EtJf. Newspaper advertising is the;; reeled to boycott vicious moving
Dorothy Bens maid of honor and |was one of the most popular 1 At this service certificates of bunk which was occupied by Rad.: refusedto Waltz, "Lilt'e Ruby"-W. L. breath of life for business. j| pictures.
The Oregon legislature
Miss Edwina bridesmaid. t kin and 5 Se
Jackson ; some of the camp memo Skaggs. '
promotions will be Awarded and
young women at Tallahassee, as I law legalizing the sale'of
Attendants to the groom were his j she is among the younger social Bibles presented to children. memo bers are of the opinion that he i pass cocktails a with meals by legitimate -I Fox trot, ""iptidc"-Don&ldscn. It's always better to be safe! William E. Parker. chief of the

brother, Reynold Lewis. best man set in Key West. I bers of the Sunday School, who II fell from his bunk and fracturedhis i hotels and restaurants. You. than sorry ;t'' Monterey, CaL, fire department
and Hubert McKinley, groomsman. j I e j
I Selection, H Truv\t: rc"- I was member of the
have attained the of skull. <> a city's: first
The bride was trxn: [in marriage by" Mr. Lewis is an engineer with age sevenyearSr ; must buy a bottle in Oregon from Verdi. Maxine-Uoyer. The Brain Trusters' propaganda J organized force 45
the Others opine that he struck : I i years ago.
,her father. Jack Key and Rich bridge projects on the Florida was a state liquor store or patronize ,
Trombone mills working overtime
ard Lund were informal usheix I keys.!!' A graduate of, Georgia!2; The following program will. be by some one. a:: the distance; from I a "speakeasy." J bone"-Henry snicr.r! :Jmorc., "Sa'ly Trom- to justify are their constant demands trying,,'
School of rendered: the bunk to the floor is not suf- still
Before the ceremony. Mrs. Technology, he. after, The Statue of Liberty
Tyrolean Airs, "Soun'Is FromIlome"Rir.ley. for new taxes. Present taxes and] PALACEFranchot
James Roberta sang the {impressive graduation took a post course at Hymn*-Congregation. ficient to cause an injury which: stands in New York harbor however I
j how to them
hymn, "0 Perfect Love" at the j the Massachusetts Institute of I Prayer-Leader. wculd result in death. I Tuba Novelty "Gristing Freer.es"Roseakras. the pay minds of are most now people exercising -I Tone-Una Mcrkel in
conclusion of whih the high contracting i Technology and was graduatedwith Scripture ReadingLoader.'Welcome"BeverI Justice of the Peace Ed. R. and the taxes ONE NEW YORK NIGHT '
new prospective
parties, parents of the i high honors. I' : Curry. Lone, at Tavern! .:, was sunimonc.l I .Oregon has a governor. General are I
i March, "Washington Grays"Grafuhls. such that they are shocking all Two Comedies and
it With Short Reel
Iride and the attendants marched j Mr. and Mrs Lewis after AI I "Say a Rose"BeUyLou to the scene: and as coronereX4ificio I Martin, retired army officer with, mankind. :
words! I Caring. empanollej a jury Y>'hi "h a and honorable record who Matinee lO-15c NiCatt 15-25e
up to the altar where the short receptiorr following the pup-I long "Star SJmgt! Banner"Key. S I ;
: "Greetins"-Betty:; June Cot- is today takIDg'"i.ence: in the his foot down and told the
vile pronounced which made Miss tials were escorted by a large !set! _
I 1 trell.'Children's. The goal of every city should j -
Kicks .nd: Mr. Lewis man and party of friends and well wishersto matter. legislature that,he didn't want
be to make it of Permanentpro"peritY.1 e
I a city II
Day Greeting"Lillie I
wife. I the Peninsular and Occidental anynew :ta1 laws or increase in TATpl'SMHT'tATSIOJ1CHURCH
.. "
The bride wore a traveling Steamship pier where they em- "The May4dams., < REV. F. iARjc.L : old' 'ones. *' 'I., ,
Rose Bud"-Volina Nowe.
j nrn. of blue triple sheer crepe.j barked on the Steamship'dubs': ,"ft "I Think So, Too"-Catherine -lW better psychological influenc640u1d ;Today an appeal to reason
with of gardenias and, Havana.. be offered the peopleof
corsage spend a honeymoon .
Moore."A\ I seems less than a whisper in a

.- ,. -- -----._- --- _. I" Good Example"-Lauriet- DUE HERE TODAY' any state than to show thata whirlwind.ByJje .

........................ > tc' Bethel.- state can perform its essential I o'I"J'1A I I ._ .. C I S I
| Miami Party To\lr I -- functions and meet its essential! special program;has b.ept'arranged ::>f.J.
'" "The Conquering Sign"JackCurrie. ((}ine the advertiSingcolumns
obligations today without imposing at the F.i.tst Methodist
PERSONAL : Be Entertained I Rev. Fiuer : .of the carefully
; Francis W. G.; further tax burdens on I (Stone) Church for Sunday nightin newspaper THE TRUTH

.........................1 Song "Dolly's Lullaby"-Betty Parker, Order of the Holy Cross, an already over-taxed people. honor of fathers. you can save time and ABOUT YOUR EYES

I Mayor A. p. H. Fossey, mayorof Brady and Volina Nowe. is expected to arrive over the More power to public officialslike The choir will be composed exclusively money. Ce. Whether you enjoy good

B. C. Papy, representative from Miami, and his party will be'I "Rosebuds"-Audrey Robinson. highway; this a ternoo.1 and will General Martin! of male voices and the vision or suffer from impairedvision

Monroe county in the legislature, entertained "The Day For Me"-Benjamin. probably con-luct. the morningand I pastor will bring a special message!' Some people seem to want to} you should know the
arrived this morning from Talla- at the Habana-Madrid Felton. evening services ct St. Paul's I for fathers. kid themselves into believing that truth about
hassee. Club tonight with dance "Children's Rose We are developing a political the world not them your eyes.An .
a big
; Day"-Ruth Episcopal church tomorrow. only owes a
A small token will be presented I Eye Examination by a
starting at 10 o'clock.It I DiNcgro. Rev. Parker will! be happiy: remembered the philosophy but that not only invites!I to the youngest and oldest father I living but great wealth. A lot of'' registered optometrist will tell

Miss Celita Gato. daughter of, is expected t that there will "022 This Children's Day"-I by many of the patishioners .- their people noses, in the urges them to get I! presentat, this service. them are due for a rude awaken-I I} you the true condition about

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Gato. be. a large crowd in attendance at Conway Kelly."Wherever as he was here and c.>J1- on the theory that public trough I George Mills White. director of ing. j I your eyes and whether yoq

student at llarymount .College at:;', ti is dance. :Music will be fur, You Are"-Three d. cted a missio.i about four years them someone owes j i the Music Section of the FERA I ICCC j need glasses.

Tarrytown on Iludson, N. Y., ar-: nisi:cd by tile: naban.,. laJrid or- I girls. age. a living. will be the guest solvist this When you boost your home'

rived this morning en route to j, d.e tra. "The Gardner" Walter Robin I He is nor prior of a monastelY It has become good politics to I: occasion. on : town you take no risk in doing j For a complete eye test, see

Havana to spend the vacation with; son. in Tennessee:; and is head cf; the I I give the people a nice, red five-I I so, for the returns are great. I

her parents. '.will leave this evening to join the "Our Offering"-Eloise Curry. educational it.rtitut knowt. as;1 cent stick of political candy for DR. J. A. VALDES
j I Party. f'What Are You Going to Give?" St. Andrews' s LooL ten cents in taxes. So long as thel SERVICE FORFATHER'S DECIDES ON POISON OrthoroB. Soft-Lit Uee....

Jack Hayes, son of Mr. and -Three girls and three boys. j jI people can be kept ignorant of 532 D.val Street

Mrs. J. A. Hayes arrived today;!! Miss Celia Fernandez of Song-Primary department."The the fact that they are really paying DAY LIVERPOOL. "They! can't .
from Gainesville. Fla., where he arrived yesterday for a Voya- "Anthony Boza. I SPECIAL I : for the randy plus about 100', top me from going to Heaven." :

is a student at Florida University,! relatives and friends. Miami'j Offertory-Organist. per cent additional for political' raid Mrs. Margaret Gould of thiN a

to the with his "What Can I DoShirleyMae overhead to handle it. just so lonzf I !
spend holidays city, when told "she would have t*> :
Pinder. will they clap their hands and cry'! Fleming Street lcthodi church then Vacation ShoesFOR
parents. I j I Miss Fortuna Lopez. daughterof SERVICESUNDAYIBrigadier 'I undergo an operation, and i
"Little Things"-Rose May for more. | will observe Father's Day thH I
I Mr.\ and Mrs. Aquilino Lopez, :! she took a fatal dose of pouon. ,
Judge J. Vining Harris of left yesterday to take a summer Canalejo. But a lot of good folks aref?''Sunday with a special program at MISSES WOMEN

Monroe County criminal court,' course at Tallahassee. "Our Verse"-Robert Izquier- Alfred T/ler. divisiona ; -,/[I getting a stomach ache from too! the evening service. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I AND CHILDRENOur

who was presiding at a session of do. commander for the Florida and, much political candy. I The pastor. Rev. Shuler Peele, FUNERAL HOME new styles are flattering

court in Orlando, Fla.. returned'over Oscar Cherry, son of Mr. and "The Words of Jesus"-Betty Georgia division of the Salvaton,I' They are jroing to ask questions will use as his subject: "Honoring E.ia.'i.l ..... 49 Year. Ii i to the feet ., rooL and 1 a:;
Army, will be the guest of the -
Kerr. I when they find what their Father." comfortable (
the candy as youTI want for
East Coast today. j Mrs. J.. F. Cherry left yesttrdayafternoon !! .. K.y W..l' Oldest
for New Smyrna Tis Children's Day"-Marion local corps over the weekend.The is costing. One of tl e older Tatters of the your vacation activities. All,
J..r AmbvUnc. Service' -
Taylor, Sylvia Gates, Louise RusselL brigadier will arrive over church will be honored at this sizes.
Mrs.\ Thurston Johnson' returned where he will remain indefinitely.Miss .
......... LJcoateJ Enbelater
the Florida East Coast tomorrow
this Ruth Canalejo and Kathryn .service. His name will not be revealed -
morning, from Jacksonville! J
r.... I3B H;..' M-W r SPECIAL
morning and will conduct the serv- MONDAY
Knowles. until the worship
where she was spending the past! Etta Patterson, who has I Today's! .e..1 evening
ire at the Salvation Army hall. :
Song "Jesus Love the Chil- I : bour.
Jew weeks with relatives.. 1 been on a trip to important countries 1002 Fleming street commencing' .. :5;i pieces Printed Silk 50
j dren"-Ellie Ray Gwynn and Bobby _
I yard ... .. ..
in the
including places per
at 8 en.Important. I "- -
Edwin Trevor returned this Orient, returned the morning Jean Johnson. p. | U. S. Senator Robert F. Wrg- SPECIAL PROGRAM 1 '
I business in con nee."I :
the "Jewel Song"-Grace Pita."Children's ncr of New Yok, born in Ger- D. ARONOVITZ 10 dor. Ladiea' Eyelet Dresses,
morning over East Coast from, train yesterday from.New'York.j I tion with the Army's work in this]}
58 .
a business trip to points the I Day many years :.go.I Organdy and Seersucker,
'keys and on 'I Peterson."I city will be attended to by him on PALACE THEATERThere DEPARTMENT STOREKey all shades .,..- ._.. $1.95
at Miami. i j Mrs. Thomas E. Roberts who and he will leave the
:. Will" Five boys. ( on I Dr. Lo-jisc: Starey, Department : I 25 doz. Ladies' Dresses in
1 was spending several weeks with I "No Better Offering"-Ellie afternoon train of the same day. of Agricu tt.re'8 Chief of the BaI West' Only CompleteDepartment Dotted Swiss Batiste. Voile,
Attorney J. Lancelot Lester of relatives and friends at points onj I I Stor. etc. Sizes 14 to 52 .-.. $1.00
j Rae Gwynn. I rean of Home Economics born at
the legal branch of Florida Emergency the east coast, returned yester ALL SUMMER DRESSES
will Ls.
a special ; I
Relief Administration, who i "What Shall We Bring"Marion APARTMENTS Nashville, Tean., 52 years ago. REDUCED
day. the Palnce Theater tomorrow
Taylor. t JUST ARRIVED Dainty
was absent from the city for two I We are featuring an amazing -
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock entitled line of Babies' and Growing
"Plant Roses" Junior Frank : :
Song. L'oyd Wright of Spring markdown
weeks on business returned on the Miss Phyllis Hopper Girls' Summer Dresses. Some on our large
"Colonial Revue.
| was an ar- RECOMMENDEDTerrace Ciba
train department."Our I Green, Wb., famed architect:: born stock of SUMMER DRESSES
moraine today. : rival in Key West yesterday, Music, dancing and singnig will Sun-backs. others Nautical
1 Reasonable Service"-Ellen at Richland Center. on Mon trimmed in Sheer and Seer-
coming from Miami to spend a comprise the splendid program arranged bring friends!
Mae DiNegro, Florence Boza your
Mrs. Mildred Telegrama. sister. few weeks with her uncle Samacl7 this affair. sucker materials, each--
and and Dr. for :5 doz. Ladies' Hats regular
Lewin. of
of ilrs.1: J. Gerry Curtis, who was Betty Apartments on Miami\ Marquis S1.00 1.98 $1.95,
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Elbert- "Flowers and Sunshine"RoseBethel. Bloom ;cld Hills Mich., $2.50 and $2.95, special :
spending a week with Mr. and on. Beach have teen highly recommended noted MONROE THEATERLionel TO : Monday ?._....-- ... $1.50
Mjs. Curtis at the home on Caroline -, to Key Westers "howill I t E. clergyman, Iwrn at Sharon, 0., I Sizes from 1 to 16 I :5; doz. Children's Flaxon and
Recitation-Yvonne I 69 year years
street. left yesterday after-; Miss Dorothy Benz and Miss I Stewart."Loyalty"Ulee spend their vacation in the Magic:,,, years *go. Barrymore. Madge Ladies' and Misses' Traveling Dotted Swiss Dresses, all

noon for the home in Miami. : Bithel. City this summer. 1 I I Evans. Maureen O'Sullivan, Dresses< in Plain Sheer and (washable, sizes! 7 to 14, Monday

!1 Edwina Jackson arrived yester- Promotion Song-Primary... department. These apartments modern, Clarence H. De Mar, New Eng-' Lewis Stone in Printed Materials. Some with _.,.,,...?........-... $1.00
day fon the wedding\ of Miss\ ... land's noted ilfcrathon Silk Pajamas, special Non-
DAVID COPPERFIELD andwithout Jackets. each-
Miss Elizabeth Barnes. of Edward Barnes of the Special rates ore given for Matinees BaleIJIOcI' Grebe $395 $7.95
which Printed
was solemnized thu morn ing of 'certificates-Superintendent ; TO Flaxons all colors,
State Department at Tallahassee, ing in St. Paul's Church. of Sunday School. week or season |Jon 11( I I. Ira, 15-20; Nights- 15-25e ., Sizesltto44 guaranteed waJJable."d. 15c
left yesterday for her home after L 40 inch'Printed Voiles yd. 25c

a delightful visit of several days Presentation!' of .Bibles-Super- 'Another counter -of- those Eyelet-Batiste, all colors
Airs. Warren WroUs1id'was; intendent. per
at the home of Mrs. W. Hunt : I ,: 'So.HOLTSBERG'S Extra: Sheer Figured OK yard .Z.--------------------: Soc
J \
called to Key West for' the : II kI---- -
il Closing Hymn-con* egation.
Harris ) funeral services of her father' the Benediction.In .0, Thoroughly I II Joetearlmajislnc."QUALITY; Voiles Beautiful, at yard designs.and. AitJC just CandlewiCk(the newest Sheer! materials in all shades for,

late Edwin Mi Phillips, who died Checked the material for a dress you Mid-Summer Dresses), per

Frank White, electrician with one month ago, left yesterday 1921, Kansas had 1.112 I SHOP"Sale will need all summer. yard ..-_.-..._... _. 4Sc
the Florida East Coast Railway.: afternoon for her home in Hen-' banks. Now there are 547. Bank On Shoes Saturday Children's Sun Suits each- 40 inch heavy quality Baronette

who is doing special installationwork derson, N. C.Lieutenant. deposits reached a maximum of, Used 50c 69c Satin, all shades, yd. .. 59c
at Key West terminal, left $307,511,000 in 1920 the t 300 pairs Brand New Stylish AND New shipment Ladies' Handbags
yesterday for the I 1 ; now tI Shoes. White Pumps and special... ... $I.00
: week end with J. H. McKinney, U. total is $145,000,000.Subscribe I'r I Flowered
for Summer Printed Batiste
Ties. Sport Oxfords Fancy Night Gowns.
his family in Miami. ,, S. Naval Reserves who was in CarsH7ev MONDAYI:I Sandals. Etc., $2.50 and Evening Dresses yard- Monday .. ..,.. .... $I.OO

Key West for two weeks under to The Citizen. $3.00 values, 1 25c 35c NEW SHIPMENT .1 La4ie

Rev. Theodore Ray S. J., of training with Lieutenant W. B. I at .,.... .. IJ.LSChildren'a Qg AND Underwear, superior quality

Spring Hill college. arrived from Jackson. U. S. N., communication | .dl.K Holrl- ,I Shoes Straps, Ties 1 lot of Children's Sox garment, just received.THE ; .

Mobile today an4 is the guest of officer at the naval station. left THE SEMINOLE I fiat I and Oxfords on sale ...*..... all sizes, ptUr ... 15c I
Rev. Wm. Reagan and Rev. A. L. yesterday for his home in Miami. I! -.- $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50 -- -


Mary's Star of The Sea: Church. Mr. and Mrs. George'Gardner, ; III 1 White, Pink, Blue, MER SHOES just received for FASHION
St.1 who Red, Etc:.. per pair ._ .. ._ Ladies. Men and Children.PopnUr .
were visiting with Mr. Card.ncr's ; I
-' I "_. __..___-x.u $1.25 and $1.00 Prices. City* Leading Ladis Star*
Malcolm Pierce, son of Mr. and mother, left this morning! Bar yo.r SHOES .l this store
Mrs. L. M. Pierce, arrived today over the. highway for Jacksonville .! I where QUALITY IS I. APPELROUTH

from Richmond, Va.. where he is accompanied by his mother.' I SUPREME .
Mrs. Whitmore: J. --- ------- --
student Gardner and! I -
a at John Marshall Military I SALE ON DRESSES

Institute, and will spend the niece Miss\ Aileeiv Bethel, who will! SEE OURWINDOWS I, MONDAY .
visit fora, .few !
weeks. ReturningMrs. -
summer vacation in Key' West.
; New Wash
shipment Dainty
Gardner will) spend a while! ,,_.._.. t f
Dir, FIvrMa I i Frocks, beautifully trimmed,
Henry Roy Canfield son of Mr. with her IIOn- n-IaW'and daughter;I tHAS. B. .RI>KR. Maaacet i Lowest i' in Sheers. Batistes. Voiles, I -TREVOR & MORRIS Inc. .'

and Mrs. Roy Canfield. left yesterday Mr. and. Mrs. Waldo. Perez in Mi- A human home-like Institution,, !I' Piques, eome-''Sun-backs;, i.f i.,
ami. where you will find p..r iBdlvMaalOHMfvrt smart styles. Come and
afternoon for Miami see
where he will visit relatives including ter of great' Importance..4crssI.e.t a mat-1 I I them, each ....!...,n,...,........._.
for .. $1.98. f
Monday Specials $1.79.an4 $1.00
Mr. and Mrs. --
and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Henry Brost. A .....1 ".........r kalUlaa; laraled i iIm CLEAN, new-appearing 2.95 Silk Dresses at .. $1.98 Expert Auto Repairing ;
the. heart .r lbs eltr USED CARS that $5.00 Silk Dresses at .. $3.95
BestPaint JobIN can $6.95 Silk and Organdy I

Mrs. Brantley, wife of B, E. I:Every Room with Combination Tub I keep pace with the newest \ Dresses ..._. .... '.,., 4.95 I II
Brantley left yesterday after and Shower Bath Radio Klectricf on the road! Be at our store Monday .. j Just received-New Travel and Painting
TOWN Oiling Kan. Slat Door for Summer: See these Checked and Print Dresses.
noon for Miami where she will t
i Ventilation. Beds with
spend the week end with relatives :[MattreMcs .f Inner Spring Con-I GUARANTEED Morning for best I SALE ON DRESS GOODS
Everybody Is Pleased i
'II'MI"tloa aud Individual Read- Printed Batiste, solid Broad- I AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY
and friends.Mrs.
With Our Work I line Lamps. BARGAINS buys in SUMMER PIECE cloth. Striped Shirting :

Print ..
I RATES I : Chintz yard 14e
Victor Moffat and daughter Colonial Service BlBav.T Meltzer Motor Co. Printed Klaxons. Voiles, Organdies I II
Annabel, left yesterday! afternoon RaiK, I'rIvst e- Bath _-__ 'r* ;l lH GOODS, SILKS a n dREADYTOWEAR. Embroidered Voiles I Only Genuine FORD Parts Used
HM .. Prlrat Bath ,,_.. ,.. XAROMM.
for Marathon to visit with Station 4S Private Hath __ a.ee' Caroline and New St*. 1 Solid 40 inch Organdies,
Mrs. ILoffat'a!; parents. Mr. and j:. R..a. Private Bath ____ a.a: 25c and 30e values yd. lie
Mrs. S. M. Moore. Mr. Moffat I Clarence Crusoe, Prop. !. Maw pie RVOT*.. Private. Bath ..... PHONE 377 -.JOE. I "Oldest Continuous FORD .Dealer in the World"
and another daughter, Mia Edith



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