The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00043
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00043
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Propose Construction Of Many (RELATE STORY 1 COMPILE REPORT 11 I COLLEGEVOULD\ I Practical Politicians Start Discussion


New Buildings At Fort Taylor I

OF BLUE EAGLE VARIETY DISTRIBUTED TO RELIEF r Matter Of Consolidating Conservatives


Program Calls For Many Ir.l'.tIT'.I'.4T..IT I' I. SOME OF PLANS AS INFORMALLY CLIENTS' DURING "ATTORNEY GENERAL RULES: At Springfield Conference


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Recommendation Sub. YARD ALLOTMENT I I A variety of commodities were J 111".1'.1'1".1.ANGLERS
I!i distributed to relief clients by the 1 1I I Outstanding

mitted By War Dept.By I Key West Administration during!I! LAND
.*iwr!.l t. The CHis-fMl the I I GIVEN COLLEGE ( Problems Are Now Receiving
1 1I HERBERT PLUMMER May monthly report of the I Inr As..elatrd Pre.. .
PAUL MAYSpecial I I (By AMorlatcd Pre..) various departments in the organi-!' TALLAHASSEE, Flsu, June 17. j r LARGE JEWFISH\ Attention Of
President Roosevelt June 17.-The zation reveals. I'I DEGREE TODAYSON
has approved WASHINGTON -Attorney General Cary D.
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.r The I an allotment of $22 story of how downcast and con- Fresh vegetables valued at $230,j:i Landis today ruled the Universityof i Party Leaders
fused the decision of the supreme -
WASHINGTON D. c., June 17. were gathered at the agricultural Florida has ample
authority to Bert Nicholas,
300 for repair and improvement court on NRA left "newdealers" I I OF MR. AND MRS. NOR. prominentsportsman
I its
farm located on Trumbo Island change official seal to show it
Proposed construction: of new Il I now is history, but only accompanied by C.
of building at the Naval insiders aware of how com- and distributed. These included ,' was found>(Mi in 1853 instead of: BERG THOMPSON AWARDED By BYRON PRICE
l building at Fort Taylor are iao;:? u r .: .'wwn. L. Albright of Mount Savage, .
>> a pro-I okra I ( r Bureau The Ax.cUleJ
Station at Key West. pletely the nine justices baggedthe string beans tomatoes and Dr. Jd_a'1: ;-!''.resident of HONORS AT DARTMOUTH Md., landed a monster jewfish Press n.htaKt.n,
ject submitted I by>> the War Blue Eagle by their unani- egg plants.
The I un-Qarcun.for'JJirffife! attorney I Ii I COLLEGE Saturday afternoon while important question about
advisory committee on mous opinion.So *
partment-to the Division of Application I Federal surplus relief commo- i goner ;4ortill. t. pran by the I fishing from Boca Chic the Springfield republican conference -
I confident were officials orl dities distributed by the social l elate 'atom, I
.tb.laew i allotment of the new worksprogram : hell ol I, to change I ; from the
viewpoint of the
and Information of the recovery organization of! service department month in- : the ,.:w, e.
placed the matter before NRA's future they virtually had eluded: 3929 cans'of'beef, 4749 I "i'r., .-l a1! 1 understand" I I < prcIeI t. The "'fI.... I The adjective monster i.i i.I practical politician, i.i whether it
work program include the I the president several I adopted a series; of objectives directed cans of evaporated milk 3498 cans i the attorne general said, "is based HANOVER, N. !!.. June 17.-I used advisedly in this instance helped toward consolidation of

erection; of a barrack, quarter, a i I: at reducing hours and gen- of veal, and 1201' ,ounds of dried I upon the fact that the East I I John N. Thonvjson.:' : son ofIr.\ i a. en several occasion fish. '"conservative": sentiment in opposition

days J ago.TERMITES. erally simplifying the code struc- ckint milk. i Florida seminary was established and Mrs.: Norberg Thompson, 1319 j of this specie weighing ,' to the reelection of Mr.
quartermaster warehouse utility* I ture. They had worked quietly Mattresses huck towels; terry r in Ocala in 1853. This state 'I Duval street Ke.- West. FJa.. was upward Roosevelt.
.I "- .1'.1'Sr..lI'.I". for weeks and were all set when I towels sheets and pillow cases also : school then was moved to FloriIda among the 475 Dartmouth College 400 pound have
shops, a garage and firehouse a the court tolled the dirge over the were received by relief clients. I: in 1856 and later became the i(seniors who received their Bachelor I been caught but this i i.' the That such a consolidation: i*

headquarters building and I telephone { CAUSE Blue Eagle. Dresses and sunsuits are being, college: of arts and( sciences in the I of Arts degrees this morning at I first 200 pounder ever taken highly to be desired bv the opposition

Objective Planned i made by the sewing room of the present University of Florida. the G6th 1 commencement exercises I by Mr.. Nicholas and his co- i i. recognized generally

lines, it was learned at the I Here were some of the plans 1 social service department, and "An agricultural college was 'i of that historic New England I angler. Mr. Albright and they now by *nti-Roo.evelt leader
MUCH DAMAGE TOFEDERALBUILDING described these are being distributed to opened in Lake City, Florida, in i college as the largest class ever i bad
War today. as informally by to put bard Almost
Department up a fight to without
1 thOse'' clients who it is felt will take the, 1883. In 1905, the state declared graduated. they
on the inside: I .
The new buildings would cost} hours best care of them. During the its policy with reference to these President Ernest Martin Hop- voice conviction that the President

; A uniform ink month 148 dresses and 22 reboots by combining; them into kins also conferred honorary degrees i was not the only prise can b. defeated nest year if
follows barracks j mo&t codes of 40 hours week!
$164,450, as : a tiun-f
| I tuits were given out to d two schools of higher learning upon ten prominent men, including -i'I taken by the angler Saturn all those who distrust his experiments
time half
plus and for over
$35,000 quarters. $79.800; quar- a ) while the sewing room the University of Florida at }:!
; Coy II. Styles Bridges of day a* they brought is several
I .'! time. This would permit industry : -I| :389: dresses :51 sunsuits. and his policies depart
termaster ,,warehouse $8,000;|I GOVERMENT STRUCTURE SITUATED to work its employes any; college Gainesville for women and the at Florida Tallahassee.state Greeman.New Hampshire editor! and whose Douglas biographyof s.1 I 1 I I barracudas, tarpon and other from sound American prin.ciples .

utility shops $5.000; garage and AT GAINESVILLE number of hours but to them II specimens. The
TOJ pay ) silver king
I "Thus it is that the state embarked Robert E. Lee won the Pulitzer I!I can be induced to vote together
firehouse $10,650; headquarters extra for the extra hours. The : r;I were fine specimens.STAMP .
its educational
BE REPAIRED. ACCORDING! on prize award for 1935. for one opposing candi
building. $21,000; and telephone! ; additional cost was expected totkeep 'I providing schools of higher'I Thompson, who prepared for date.

lines, $5,000. t TO PLANS I Ii hours down to 40 a week inmost AQUARIUM JOB learning in the year 1853 and, Dartmouth at the Choate Schoolin I 1"1'.1..1'1.1' .

Additional improvement i cases. I I ITO 'while the growth and development I Connecticut, has been active in Whether that estimate of tan; !

pro-I = I A general! simplification of the_: of the state and its needs have I campus affairs being a memberof j i AUCTIONHELD situation is correct or not, it 13
posed for Fort Taylor. listed .,. with the mini-' the actuating factor behind thoI
lot Pre./ wage structure, wrought: changes in the number: Bait and Bullet club and Beta
cost of $144.000. would include;!TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 17.i i mum set around the customary' SUPERINTEND KEY WEST and location of the schools yet the I Theta Pi fraternity. He earned : I present maneuverings lu the opposition -

furnishing a fresh water supply Termites, the Florida forest $12 to $14. !I PROJECT CONSTRUCTEDBY I tame general purpose of education his freshman numerals in basket-"I ON FRIDAYs ; camps.

for sanitation and fire protection"r rat service said today are no respect- I The elimination of all unfair\ ; I has run through them all and has: I ball and lacrosse. His major department s I I The thought of the leaders i
trade practices for which there! FERA FORCES been continuous. 1 has been Botany. i that a preponderance of publi
a cost of $62.000; electric J of The federal !
era property.
was general public acceptance and; "It is my opinion that should Thompson was one of two Florida sentiment hardly can be musteredto
-semeeo: -$6.000; gasman exten-i awes them not a bit. legal precedent. For example' 1 the question ever confront the] youths to receive hit degree: the left of Mk- Roosevelt, and

r -f4 r.tP4i..1'oada.:44d.cwalks; ,l: *To:prove_ this, the, forest service, briber' and secretrebates., J tA Emery: Lowe-Pierce. >n-of. ;, .courts .it would be heLl- that the the other beinr, Russell)) W. Field,I PHILATELIC'SOCIETY'SACTIVITIES that to oppose him with a middle
115,000 pile and timber sea wall* reported termites have -caused permissive inclusion of less and Mrs. E. L. Pierce today took Universiy of Florida and the'Florida I son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. ground candidate looking:' both to

and bulkhead 57000. considerable damage to the federal I well-tried provisions on a test over the superintendence of the state college for women are I Field of Cocoa. Field was activein i the left and to the right wouldbe )
I economic and Key West, Tropical Aquarium.June simply the outgrowth of the state's dramatics and attended the I suicidal. They see their hope
basis if strong !
a -
The application of the War De-, building at Gainesville which j j i, legal l case could be made, NRA, 10, the aquarium superintendent purpose to establish schools of I Amos Tuck School of Administration on the right.

partment will be sent to Harry'i houses the postoffice and other II would not enforce such provisions?; received his Bachelor, higher: learning and that their and Finance here at Dart i', The Key West Iv.itatelic Society I Their problem i is to find a

Hopkins's Works Progress Administration governmental ag ncles.. I however until they had been test-, Science degree from the University origin or beginning was in 1863'1; I,mouth.NEWLAWWILLBE. i held a stamp auction on 1 means of attracting "conserva

for investigation oft!, The forest service in its "in ; ed in the courts. of Florida where he majored I and I can find no objection leg- 'Friday at r 521 Crinnel street tive" republicans and "conserva,
formation service," said: in marine biology. Since early! ally or otherwise to changing the I tive" democrats to a single opposition
exclusion of most
the relief possibilities of the II A general \ \ This is the sccicty's second
projest I "Work is now underway to repair I and production control childhood he has been interested] feal as suggested. In fact it I I auction ticket and none denies:
it learned. If the price provisions
was project the damage to floors baser -I I where unusually in tropical fish of the Key West' would teem proper to do so in line II the first hating been held that it is 'a serious! problem, in,

fair percentage'of shows promise men of to putting work in al I!i boards chair rails picture mould I strong except case was made an for them..]waters and his hobby was always] with the facts of the case." 'PUT INTO EFFECT:1:two month ago. These stamp auctions I deed.No .
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are a regular feature of the
ing and door and window casings" a study of them. j : Abandonment of G. O. P.
a. reasonable time, it will probablybe the Gainesville federal buildI I Other Aim { He the of I club's activities, it is stated oro"idJng -I
Iin spent summer .I The
19331 I at
i meeting
approved, it was said. i '', A complete set of uniform code' in REV. PEELE WILL a medium through which Springfield
i i I ing. "ThU> damsge could have Philadelphia studying the cultivation -: :: : gave ample evidence of the desire
provisionsadaptable to virtually members dis of
:i: may ; use stamps
been prevented if simple arid inexpensive and care of aquarium fis.hi
PARIS SWEARS IN ;I|1 precaution had been ,: every industry. I under Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen,I' RETURN TO CITY I AT THE CITIZEN I i which are d-plirates of those already for breasts union of which burns republicans.in the
I I! taken by providing termite shields 1 I! These along with other similar superintendent of the Fairmountj I Ii I contained in their collections I Parts of the many conference declara-
plans NRA1 officials believe probabl -' OFFICE at tie! same time enabling!
on the foundations. Park Aquarium there. j
I I I I I of principles read like defense
TWO \WOMEN COPS would have eliminated about them, inexpensive! to fill those a -
: "Most of the damage to build- ) ; Mr. Pierce studied in Key West ONLY ONE OF LOCAL PASTORS:' l I, of the democratic party
ing caused by the subterranean :': 90 per cent of enforcement diffi- schools but received his high; empty album s/aies. !! against its present leader. The

type of termites can be guarded,' culties' and would have laid a school diplpma! at Randolph Macon! REAPPOINTED TO CHARGES Applications for permit to sell The society aU stated that i i democratic platform of 1932! was

FRANCE EMPLOYS FIRST against by capping all foundationsand strong basis for a slower evolu-I Military\ Academy. i I at retail under Senate Bill 724 I their membership drive which quoted from in
piers with a sheet of cooper or i tionary development of NRA. | Under his direction the} IN KEY WEST i i Laws of Florida, Acts of 1935; I rtarted two weeks; ago, is still !: ly-concealed effort to show a scarce-that;

POLICEWOMEN IN HIS. galvanized iron The termite ; These proposed plans would'aquarium is expected to become aj f ., are now available and can be had I I bringing in new memoers. If you Mr. Roosevelt had bolted his party

shields should be permitted to extend have limited greatly the power of place of even greater interest! on application at the business office are a stamp collector the society organization. Al Smith
TORY OF COUNTRY beyond about three inches." ,, code authorities and even might than it is now. j jms. i Rev. Shuler Peele of Fleming! of The Citizen. ', wants you as a member,.it is said. I was applauded .

Such construction it was said pre have prevented them from collect-I j jI Ii I Street Methodist church is thej The law requires that each per-i'I At the last meeting; an exhibits ,spoke and the sweetly conference of spellbinders other

vents termites building their tunnels ing code assessments which, only one o((fjiufl>teaehers at local son doing a retail business fill out I committee was appointed as follows I

PARIS June 17._Mademoiselle I !I last year. NRA under this proce- charge by the annual conference, it. with 50 cents the fee for securing I E. 1.. Sawyer and Geeraet<< f4ins. deal.refused" to go along with the "new

may not have the vote in France, j (lure, believed it could have car- DIED AT NOON held rk tre>kt a| trlando. i permit, to the office'of the : This committed!?{lJ!l] jfhfcve, I The flirtation
but she can enforce the law. TENDER IVY WILL charge of all exhibit entered in even reached a
1 I ried out enforcement at a cost ofj: Wmfe! ttUding-'a meeting of state comproller at I : !
France hopes she can, for !the around 5000000. I ;i the Young Peoples' Assembly! in'' not later than June the Second Annual Key rest In. stage where one or two speaker

city of Paris has just sworn in the 1 LEAVE TONIGHT ,'I Even though: this program now, Lakeland Mr. Peele was taken ills, This is an absolute I Tanahassee'l, ternational Stamn Exhibition to openly invited dissatisfied dem-
country's first policewomen. I I It r cannot be followed some NRA! FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE: and was at one time seriously ill. ; requirement as the' be (Hit on under'the auspices of crab to come over and. hnt>:d

They are Miles. Simmonne Mon-\ :; officials think it may be possible!! CONDUCTED TOMORROW Today he telegraphed he wash! that no place will be permitted to j I I the Key West Philatelic Society in I that substantial rewards -such as,
second the
place ticket mili
vert and Berthe Holland, February. Committees exhibi- : on -- ; :
rouge- on
to salvage enough to lay the! much improved and would be do a retail business without the
less husky! social service workers!'t LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL GOING groundwork for future endeavor. ;, AFTERNOON home in a few days. i i required permit, after July 14"I'lion financing; and on the program : be expected:
chosen by the director of municipal I i : i ii II i ilInI. Other assignments!: of interest 193;;. i 1 will be announced soon. I On one point, however there
police to take care of women's to Key Westers!; are: Rev. J. B.' I All members, both resident and was not the slightest sign of a

and children's delinquencies but,I i SKI SHOALS 'I i CITE INITIALS OF I Carolina Hernandez Mar-' Culpepper, Jr., to First Methodist;,, oct-of-towners. are- welcomed atj i I!I concession. There was to be no

\eted with full police powers. f I I NEWSPAPER FORCE,! rero. 5;;, died at noon today in j I church. Rev. George; E. Summers J. SHEA COLLECTS \!'i the club's meetings which are held ;> thought of abandoning the republican -
Their uniform consists! of broad i, Memorial in every Friday night, 7:30 o'clock!! label which most of the
to Wesley
the family residence at 102; goes
I II i
brimmed hats!, double-breasted : == I V'a-j, th'l at 521 Grinnell street. : dissenting democrats detc.it; so
s I Tender Ivy of the lighthouse,: ..10- -,- Press. rela street. Funeral services will ) Jacksonville District. Rev. MANY : I
heartily. On
with the insigniaon the contrary the G.
jackets police i '' ) .
r department i is scheduled to leave DASVILLE Ky., June 17.Unless .- be held :5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon I. Smith comes to Ley Memorialand SPECIMENSi I I
O. P.
to be
the lapel and long full skirt. r j was given are-birth.
The police chief admitting the': for Rebecca Shoals, and Pula.sk! your first initial is a "J" from Pritchard's Funeral Rev. .V. J. Martin goes to' C i I I I LEGION I AUXILARY. and reestablished in greater .
of. Springlake in the Lakeland Dis grandeur
Home Rev. G. Perez
costume were not the most becoming Shoals, 10 o'clock tonight, carry or a "W"you haven't a chance toj chapel ; FISH WILL BE TAKEN TO NEW and glory than ever.

Paris could have suppliedto ing material for working parties, crash Danville's "fourth estate."[ ficiating.The trict. TO HOLD MEETINGMembers f! That is precisely the point a!f.
'I at these lights.Superintendent. J. Curtis Alcock editor of the. deceased is survived by one YORK INSTITUTION ON I I which the
her first women police com. I big difficulty coma Ii..
W. W. Demeritt Daily Messenger and secretary of' sister Eloise Hernandez and three Tlvf BIDDING
J !
mented only that "they're for policewomen 1! STEAMER, MEDINAJ. A 'Summer Flirtation
brothers Frank Tomas and Oscar
will go on the vessel to confer., the Kentucky Press associationfor j
not mannequins. I Ii i with Captain John Peterson and the past 23 years is a partner[ Hernandez. of the American Legion .i Insofar as the conference r'"-

Chief Engineer Pena of the Tender -'''of W. Walker Robinson. City I AT SPONGE DOCK 1 1t Auxiliary are reminded,, kindled enthusiasm for perpet nation
LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE :I Poppy relative to plans for 1 I Editor W. C. Meehan handles the 'OLD j dRADS' SET 6 J. Shea, veteran collector of,there will be a meeting of the organization of the republican party. i;
!' specimens for the New York|! : disappointed the hope of th1
Messenger's -
the new tender to be built for this editorial staff. j 5 o'clock Wednesday
toy t..eiatrd Pres./ I I RECORD IN ,IOWA Aquarium is highly pleased with]; j i who want to accomplish union
SAN FRANCISCO. Forty district to take the place of the i I On the Kentucky Advocate the r LARGE NUMBER OF SEA PRODUCTS afternoon in Legion halL !
he has I
t his success of this visit as by founding an entirely I new
city's other the ; In addition
Jad'e Daniel C. Deasy Poppy.On daily publishers to regular routine
years ago _....... ........, the finest collections of "coalition"
of a
one party.
taught in a little red school house the Iw there will also be,:: and editors are W. V. Richardson f CRy A DISPOSED OF matters there are a number of;
of 12 and J. VanWinkle. IOWA CITY la.. June 17. fish ever taken from these, I Indeed there is a qne-ii t .,"
atop Rincon hill. Recently he had it is contemplated a party S. Wesley( other interesting items to be,'
to condemn the building and site or 15 persons interested in the Carty is city editor and Jack Dur; All records for reunion attend- THIS MORNING waters. ;; brought out for consideration. whether the events at Springfieldmay

to make way for the approach to project of preserving old Fort, ham sports editor for the Advo- ance at the University of Iowa I Besides the ordinary specimens'which I I 1 not have made a "coalition"
the San Fsrncisco-Oakland bridge.He Jefferson and also in the bird life cate. ( were broken when 1,003 "old are caught and shipped under -, party impossible; although tie
fixed nearly $30,000 for the at Bird Key. i p J. Sterling Towles a formers grads" returned to the campus to Lively bidding marked the sale i ordinary conditions Mr. Shea.! CUBATRANSPORTS r leaden of the American liber -

compensation. I Members of the party will be'. partner of J. Curtis Alcock's. is participate in annual commencement of sponges at the municipal dock has a number of others which aret I league--most of them demoera'did

conducted by C. R. Mason. Florida -I correspondent here for a Lexington festivities The previous this morning when local gatherers I seldom taken. The entire cOllec-l 148 PASSENGERS -- not appear to think coal--

MAKE IT A HABIT- representative in Sanford of' Ky.. newspaper. J. Robert record at commencement time I offered more then 15 lots for the tion comprises 60 species tion dead when they assembled a'
659. market. most 2,000 fish. Chicago a few days after t"
the Atlee--Burpe Company, !seed Smith formerly associated with was
On hot days to stop in at our of Philadelphia, who secured -i I I the Messenger recently: secured a O_ H. Brainerd of Iowa City I Offerings were $28. $35. $39. Five of the fish which he will,: I Springfield conference adjourned.

Fountain for a refreshing. Cold ;1 growers permission for the trip on,}'position with the Baltimore Sun.. who* was graduated in 1876. represented $44. $65. $68. $188. $196 $201 take on the Steamship Medina of; Steamship Cuba sailed Saturday Springfield was after all. pr-.

Drink. Sundae or for nome of the tender. They will be domi-'I W. O. McIntyre, mayor of the oldest class. Honors $213. $222 $246. $271. $296 and the Clyde-Mallory. Lines are .five I f>r Havana with 118 frist class manly a sounding-board, much remains

that delicious Jersey IceCream. dIed t at Fort Jefferson. through'I ville for nearly 20 years and Dan.1 for the largest representation $333. Other smaller lots sold for jewfish two large ones and three I passengers 30 second class nine to be said before the fat"of

Gardner's Pharmacy the courtesy of B. M. Duncan,!I mer co-publisher and editor vent to the class of 1910 with 78 $75 making the sales total for the I small. These are perfect specimens tons of freight nine automobiles. a rightwing union under cne
blemish. and 484 sacks of mail label another is determined.
'I died members present. { day 2916. and a or
Phone 177 Fro. Delivery director of Special Projects. the Advocate a year ago.



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A LIQUOR AD ........-.1 1 A., retired )bcrn; atl

Ittp Citizen KEY WEST IN ; Today's Birthd DeL 74 years ago.
[ TODAY'S WEATHER 1: t Y s :

Published Dally Except.Sunday By We wish to call attention to an ad ........................ ; Hon. Thomas A, Cr
TUB vertisement by a manufacturer of whiskey. u. S. Senator Elbert D. Thomas i:, niper, noted Canadian _
> P. ABTMAPresident! H.pp..iaga Her J.f| 10 Yea, Tempera tares* t Jacksonville to Florida Straits: of Utah born in Salt Lake City. born in Ontario, 59 yea Yp'-_' --"
JOE ALLKN: AsBUtant B t Manasjer In one of its advertisements Seagram'ssays >-
Building A Today A* Takes From Highest .. RM Moderate to fresh"! southeast willtlsiili' t-hnrthand onemstor. school head. '-%
From The Citisen and do mix." to ::':: :::=:::::::::= ::: 1 I Gladys B Stern. En
Comer Qrene and Ann Stress : "Drinking driving not Th. Files Of Th. Citi... Lowest m. :::: -- 80 | .r :, publisher and writer on shorthand,
"a tt. born 45 ago,
The advertisement proceeds Mean .. .. 84 t ; !loom in Ir*>!an ., CS rears years
Only PaBr Newspaper:;: In Key West and Monroe : Normal 'Mean: -':::::::.::::::::::.,::::::::82 j r"Y&::' lr; ago I ...J..ln.'. ........ .
front seat
has in
County. "Liquor no Salary increases which will total I ." I I I
of an automobile Alcohol and gasoline. about 11,300 monthly were grant} Rainfall .) ''' "0.7 I I I Dr. Archibald Henderson of the ;:
Entered at Key west Florida aa second class matter Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins; I.
ed at the regular 1'3y:
employe :
do not mix''. It is very much to our self- city lasts I b'orqal'Precipitation .... .20 Ins. ) \ University of North Carolina,: '
of the council '
FIFTY-SIXTH TUB meeting city { mathematician" noted writer
i interest to see that the privilege of drinking night. All city: employes except'! .ThU ...re... rvtrrn 34-hoor: prrl..4rjMUK 1') t. i I I| literature born on s..4
... at Salutary. N G
Menttor t s A-U edTh Pt-eaa al.tJ Y*rlrit .1. aorBiiieTomorrow ; \ f }t I I I IE
Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use is not abused 'Whiskey is a luxury ,those working under the board of I .s Almanac ,.J 'i 1 C.. .5S years asro I I cG :. :

for rpublieatlon of all news dispatches credited to which should be treated as such. It shouldbe public work and the city: attorney of Sun rises .... .... \37: a. m.1 I, 'w ,t i I Irlg,..,3:11-:11: : :

It or not otherwise credited In tHl paper and also taken in moderation-and only in its 'will be 10 benefited; to monthly.the extent About Sunsets .... ... .... 7:18 I p. m i i' .. \+.4' 1,.I.- "l ,' lama elolon Johnson! Fink I I -' ah,f ,

the local news published here.'NATIONAL about percent .. Moon! rises _..._........ 9:1C p. m.Noon j Partly CloudyI 1 I University nrofessor of creative' i "\.;'.13P1
the I I
L benefited ..
place Neither whiskeyr nor any 40 employes are by --- :
sets .hh ..... 7:18 a. m. '1! literature: the
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) other alcoholic liquor has place at the raise which increased the annualpayroll |I I over c:jth portion and fresh south : amonj: /
any of the to more than! Tomorrow's Tides man outstanding Vejroes! born at iI i
01 city
I tLrt /9.3 sal'BSCRIP710i wheel of an automobile.:' 'r$90.000. I I AJII.[ P.M.;!: and southwest \\inds. over north: Jacksonville' 1']a-. C\ years aeo!: iI I .J.-In.. Florida tlt

c/y .u This shows that some of the manufacturers --." it, HiStb .. ... ...-....lQ1r(): 11:;59) poitioi; weather partly overcast I -- I 'nts. n. t.IUNFR, Maneaer
\ .lflW ....... :"J:42 5291:;i i ton:ght and Tuesday.! { i.A human. homelike InMHBtlAn
RATES of liquor fully realize the danger of Clearwatsr and St. Petersburgboy !' :Maj Gen Omtr Bundy U S. .: tl burr row will find y.*r IsdUldMlromforl
One Tear _$10.00 scouts who arrived here Barometer 8 a. m. today: ,> Ka: <.Tlai.ntr.>t a m.ttpr -
.600 letting an intoxicated man drive a powerful Sea level 29.94.WEATHER of Krrat importaiw
Six Month ? yesterday and will camp: for two ', \\i".I t, ever Su4t portion sad, :rl"h"':
Three Month _._..._. %oliO automobile crowded! highways or weeks at the armory barracks will south! ; winds o*er north portion. Ii KEY WESTCOLQNIAL l .....1 n...,-o-.rww/ Mm* !_<.*
.... ..ESWeekly FORECAST
One .Month -,- I. tar Dcart .r tae AlJ
masonic bodies
streets.. We hope the law enforcement be entertained by HOTELIn
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I Thursday evening. The party will F\'.rv noomlIh Combination Tub
agencies of Florida will have convictionsjust (Till 8pm. Tuesday) WEATHER CONDITIONS ;
ADVERTISING RATES> be held &t the American Legion the Center of the Business and shower Hath Radio. Pleolri
Key West" and Vicin: ) : Partlycloudy r for Summer
Made known application. decided this matter. I
as on Anyone clubhouse. Masons and their fam- Itfd.lIh.
Theater District \'rntilation'anfMlaMe
!Ifrate I-
tonight; snd Tuesday} mo Procure centimes" ;
relatrteljI *
8Pfc.CIAL NOTICR who tries to drive an automobile in Florida I ijies Iota)) boy and girl flouts and southeast winds. .Slaltrrarra. <>f Inner vprmg ( onlru .-
igh over" southeastern sections ''ion and Individual RraA.inK
All grading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of I their friends have been invited. First Cla*.-Fireproof-
while under the influence of liquor should. Florida: Partly cloudy probably and is i low throughout the mamd- i Lamp
respect obituary notices, etc., will be charged for at The several troops of girl scouts I BTPJTH "
the rate of !. cents a line.Netleer be arrested and put in jail because such a I in the city will entertain the visitors i.i i. local shower in central and north for entertainments by,churches from whicha ride portions tonight,: and Tue< person is endangering the lives of other i this evening. A straw COFFEE SIIOP NOW OPEI .
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revenue U to be derived are & rent a line. over eastern Ontario anil; the lower > -
The Citisen Is an open forum and Invites discussion people who have a right to be safe when il will entertaiiun be one of>a.ffcVjqln th e feature i refre of the h.I into a telephone; pole to avovl rol-l Lake rei.m. fend Texas. I>e. i i Garage ElevatorPopular ..11 h I|*M..... rrii....h.le lp IMik llalk. .. 3JW wee

of public Itwue wad ubjrc-ta of local of/. 5eDc..1Inter..at traveling to and fro. I *'se .|. tiding with a Fort runabout. Her troit, Mich. 29.;>0 inches and ; I{ 10 "a.ipl, Il.m, PrUale Uatb *..*
wilt be" tt. :
but it will. not publish. anonymous: communications. ents ; ..'. ; injuries will not prove regions it A I Bent". Tox-s -29. G isches i Price INIK.IIT i\t'HP*''.: Fop uornLnotctPAacY
Law enforcement officers should like- :: .l whoa i I :
LaiwJelma Contreraa
_, !i. sa.id Rains and thunderstorms have oc
-, wise be on the alert to liquorhogsfrom Charles H. Ketchjsmjy'o Key tar.received" cut 1- -.,- -- -- ----
prevent rs' in' the a ctrred during: the last 24 hours in --" -- -" ----
making the streets and public places West, has resigned vtknijGrandDragon. : above the liP on the slue of her the central PI-irs States MS.ISjppi \ ; I ,
IMPROVEMENTS: FOR. KEY WET-. ., .4 Realm erf Florida fee. Se/era! ot:icr passengerswere and Ohio \alleys, and LaLe I II ., .,, .
BY objectionable to law-abiding and decent Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and I
ADVOCATED rHE.. CITIZEN 'I uninjured ley ion. being;: he vj' ill northern
_J i ; I' I citizens. If the police will promptly arrest his resignation'has been accepted : 'iL I'imois!' Chicago 1.18 inches. j i Your Vacation

; :J. and take off the streets or out of cir- by the ImperialWizard according!i>t Euitorial comment: When a There have al o tees local !showers iI I
1. Water and .Sewerage., to word received, today from,h''woman' declares her sealed in northern and central Florida If
lip* are I are.oint' to
culation the first few people who become Jacksonville. The demands.of his you : summer school, or planning
Temnerat..re3 bare fallen 10
2. Bridges to complete Road -to'. Main objectionably drunk and disorderly they private business {;'d' increasing l red don't 01 be her fooled lips is into sealing believingthe wax.i to IB( de:.ces in lortions of the a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel

land.. will set a good precedent and will do a demands on his time by the dutiesof .central Plains States 'and western I safer and more at ease if you are fure'that the.

the klan made it necessary for i I Lcke: region, hut elsewhere east of. funds you carry are protected. Let us assist
the you
3. Free Port. great deal to prevent the consumption of Key West lovers of sport
tendered. i
his resignation being
the Rockies
reamngs generallyabove
: are
i of the squared: circle will have a in procuring this protection by converting your
4. Hotels and Apartments. whiskey becoming a great nuisance to : the seasonal: averiej .
other people. Temple' 20. Pythian Sisters will (chance tonight to see two nifty j S.' KEivnl-:Dr. travel funds intoAMERICAN-
5. Bathing Pavilion mix it in the "inal of a
entertain Monday evening; at thei t Official in CliarjrpToday's "
6. Airports-Land and Sea. There are many people who can drinkin regular gathering, in the hall.'I i strong csrd being offered at the i --- EXPRESS TRAVELERS
moderation and whose drinking does The event will be past chiefs' Athletic: CIuH. Tie! fighter; will ........................
7. Consolidation of County and City be Young Shaikev and Cus Reyes I CHEQUES
very little 'harm to other people. Those night and, is a regular featyre of Horoscope
Governments both'of Key West and both recognized :-
this organization' annual schedule I : j IF THESE checks lost stolen
who cannot so control themselves shouldbe ) A as! avle fighters. i ........................ are or (un-
of entertainments pre countersigned) the amount involved is refundedto
made to stay out of public places where gram will). b* offered and:. refreshments ,,I '! A peculiar disposition comettom ,
their drunkenness will be objectionableand served Members of the'., Mr: and Irs. Ilelio ReneHo sit. this degree. It is stubborn you. In spending them all that is: necessary in
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN temple and all other lodges af f ili- ; pounce the birth; of a son on Sat and perhapa willful jet easily for you to sign them a second time in the presence
distasteful to others exercising their ated with the organization are in : urday. June 13. at their home. i convinced when there is real merit i of the one accepting them.

rightful privilege of walking the streets or vited. 1111 Margaret; street. i i under judgment.: There is a spirit

WILL always seek the truth and print it circulating in public places.IT i of romp:s-ion. a very strong intellect -FOR SALE BY-

without fear and without favor; never be Mu""* Violet A
afraid to attack to applaud right tained several cuts and bruises and an automobile driven by Jer- jealous or quarrelsome manner
wrong or De".r ; WOULD BE DIFFERENT and suffered: the 'loss of several ry Trevor today crashed: at the that may. lea 1 Ue native into i The First National Bank of Key West
always fight for progress; be the organ teeth last night; when she turned corner of Front and Duval streets difficulties Avoid attempting; to

or the mouthpiece of any. person, clique, Something like 217 missionaries in : the Essex coach she was driving No one was injured. secure revenue, fo it will recoil J .

faction or class; always do its utmost for the 1 .- ---. .--
Japan, American stock :we ,''are advised l

public: welfare; never tolerate corruption or have raised their voices against naval .>. ..... '. .

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue;
manoeuvers in the Pacific, the immigration :
commend good done by individual or organ. E '
act and indiscreet declarations on the
Jzation; tolerant of others' rights, views and
part of public officials which give offenseto
opinions; print only news that will elevate friendly nations.

and not contaminate the reader; never com
Now here is something! What do '

promise with principle. you think would happen if the missionaries .r''h

now laboring in Japan, would try .
Heated discussion and vernacular de- something like that in the island empire? .

bate seldom solve p1-oblemsr What would occur if they decided to protect "

:- Japan's course in China, her demandfor ti -

Advice: Dodge all schemes to get an equal navy and her withdrawal r ., qry 4 /' '

rich quickly and without working. from the League of Nations? 5.hx

The answer is that their protestations

Assisting a criminal to escape the law would have about the same effect in Japan

is a crime, unless you happen to be a law- as in this country and that the authors

yer. would either be expelled, put in jail or else .-f :

harried by some of the patriotic organizations ;,- a

Emerson ,up to date: If )you ,can pro that, in the past, have not he>i- ,, 'F t xzir. .
duce better claptrap, the world. will. beat a rated to attack ex-premjeis of the island :. A 5
path to your door. f t'' empire. .>y, j

I .' s 11' ..e w t1l
Scenario writers are paid' )o lie eager SNAKES AND SPEED t ...... ;.. 'S r. +aF

for new ideas. But been
so far. they have --

unable to find tine. ., _-t I .i:_ __ Just in case you happen to be chased ." "

alA by a snake we hasten to advise that a tea- ,
1 F
noted musician declares many per- speed of less than four miles an hour, ,.y. -.7 l4 '

!oils: have good natural voices, but no which Ls' about fair walking time will get ,
R' 9e. :Yy b:69 .
bra'ns.: And' become crooners. you away from the reptile.At .

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least, that is the dictum of Dr. if

Those folks who like to argue at Walter Mosauer, of California, who tested ,

every opportunity should argue with them- the snakes of that commonwealth to dis- '
f'Ithen; they will win every time. cover that the fastest recorded gliding was .

----. only 3.6 miles an hour, made by a red racer 9 .1' n .
tom. u
Possession of absolute power inevitably after prodding.Of .

tends to make its possessor ar- course, we hesitate to publish sucha ;r y, ,

bitrary. Dictators brook no opposition.A statement, having to take the word: of r Y :r

the professor. We know that there are

department store advertises ome people living in Key West who will immediately A

thing attractive in automobile seat co'e1"'t! report the speed of various t, f Yx .

But the most attractive ones are about 20 tiles that participated in certain +r rr"
rep-I ,
t tM
vears old, and don't even cover half the> Anyway Jet's hear about them; they ; u I Wb1 --

seat. make interesting reading.CONGRATULATIONS. f.: iW. 14a

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According to recently returned fed- DUE .,,
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eral men, Key West has gone bolita mad. ,,< ... .........,-)- ." > S .

On their small but regular stipend from We think that the people of the nation ,

the government many citizens of the island should congratulate the Department _

city help support' no less than J7 bolita Of. Justice officials and local officers who .. .;. .f. .

games Tuesdays and Saturdays are took part in the hunt for the kidnapers of _

drawing days and these days are largely the Weyerhauser boy.

given over to the serious business at hand. As soon as the youngster was safely at I ', ,. e.a. wisp of fragrance sweet ;,: :_ : ;>:

There are other small lotteries each day. home the hounds of the law took the trail : .

The whole racket is said to be more or less and they were so hot on the criminals th,,,t !I ,, : : : --. where taste and mildness meet .' ..Jc .APAGE

in the hands of one man, who is waxing the booty was abandoned and new evi . t .

wealthy on the federal funds.-Miami dence given that kidnaping will not pay .' JO6 % mildness :
I : for :
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1..e Td"C ; : ; and.hellrfasfc
in this :
Daily News. I any crooks country. _. \ ,. ;; .";; ,
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-- _. LOCAL NINE WINS In !i appointment a!" eommander.in- Convention nominated Lincoln for

Today'sAnniversaries Today History i chief of the army. the Presidency on third ballot.

GAME FROM VETS .5.5.s.................... I

1673-LouU;, Jeliet, French-I 1860 Republican National Subscribe to The Citizen.STEAMSHIP .

PORTS Pteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee** ___ .___ .__ __
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ON FLORIDA KEYSCASA Canadian ;ur trader. Father Marquette ( -
1703-John Wesley, great Eng I -
r and five others reached the
lish preacher, founder of the religious waters if the Mississippi i Co.

ALLOWED OPPONENTS .1 communion of the "people I I and upper sailed down 1,000; miles. P & 0

called Methodists: ," born. 'Died UNITED STATES FAST
cAPiRESECOND \ 'I I. .!...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee........,.. CONTEST BY SCORE I 1775-Battle Ma=of. Bunker Hill : PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST. INDIESEffective
GIANTS ; Charleston *-although defeated ; March 18th, 1935
1751-J.o s h u Humphreys
a ,
OF 7 TO 3 colonial Americans! proved j I Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturday, I
FOLLOWING THROUGH Pennsylvania!'! shipbuilder of : 12:20 P. .
t head :to themselves ;Iat 31.Leave
STRAIGHT they were able : .
I IJ his profession in hi builder1 Havana for Key West! Thursdays and Mondays( I
[ (By JOVE) (By JOVE) I .day to stand| against Cfitteh regular Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon\
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,.. eeeeeteeeceetThe ............................. MATECUMBE, June 17.-The America's! .first warships' born days, 6:30 P. )I. .

FROMCARDINA13CLEVELAND ; TaUaha&see Capitols, of the Bob "Lefty" Grove, the costly! visiting baseball nine from KeyWest in Delaw re\Co.' Po:. Died. .Jan. 1798-In stew of the threatened Ticket, Reservations and Information at Ticket Offic. OB Ck. I
12, 183S./ : a .
I defeated the Dock .P... 71
-- 1 Georgia-Florida League, defeatedthe darling of the Red Sox, whose tore once more war with France, George Washington ,,
TAKES TWIN i Thomasvi club by an 8 to i p arm was a sadder blow than thv Veterans this time by a score: of -=-- reluctantly. again, accented j J. H. C05TAR. A.a.... I
depression to Boston fandom is 10 to 7. Joe Casa outstanding
t core in the played last Tues: 178.a--Jaml'-l N. Barker Phil: -
fame -- -
BILL FROM REQ SOX DETROIT riding his fire ball back into the! hurler for the bland City. was on -
day. Castillo, former Key West-,i favor of the bleachritea.: His rec- the mound for the Kev' West nine adelphia soldier, maven, comptroller -

TIGERS TRIUMPfi j E.. -hit oae) tafely i five tunes at .I Qrd gives bun four games in the' and allowed only seven hits. I of the U. S. Treasury, \\..hoI
OVER ATHLETICS bat. He accented six chacnes in I.I win column: and a M equal number i Lowk's: and Harrison did the twiri- I occupies a notable pace: in American [I TIRES MAY LOOK ALIKE ON THE OUTSIDE

i! the field l without, an error. On I on the darker side( but in the last nig for the Yets. I literature as dramatist and I I
Wednesday hey! tgAjn. defeated three gapies, two of which he won, Both, clubs committed four errors poet. horn; in Philadelphia.; Died ON TJHi INSIDE THEY ARE: DIFFERENT
Ihoma.av4ie, this time by a score he has ho'ORle f the stuff, ,. which does not speak well I March 9, 1858. I Ii
( I .. The Cltlxen) I I of .6 to 4-. This victory was the I that 'once: made' him the outstanding -: for the typ of fielding during i -

NEW YORK June J,7, ,-Tbe: fifth in a row for the Capitols, pitcher: in b ebaU. i the game. HEAT
the inside created friction QUESTION Arc !
on by 1- they blowoutproon"ANSWERFiresfone
-Charles F.
New York Giants defeated the i which regained for them the lead- I Inning by inning results ojt the I em-
erJhip of the league. In the game If life begins at 40 then Jack game played. jefterday follow.:. inent French composer=, born. Died M the main cause 0blowouts.* Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires dove

St. Louis Cardinals by a More of<| Wednesday Ca;,tUlorhi lt.a. single: in Dempsey will start living June, the First lipping Oct. 18, 1893.1832Villiazn. Tires are different on the inside.-.they are the most amazing records for being blowout-

7 to., 3, and increased their lead!!I three times up and sacrificed once. 24th. .Dazzy Vance j is the best KEY WEST-P. Castro hit to built with the patented extra process of proof of any tires ever built. in the gruelling
i He handled eight "chances 'in the bridge player in the majors, at recond, who overthrew to first and Crookes.. famed Gum-Dipping that soaks every cord and 500-Mile Race at Indianapolis May 30th

in the National League. standing. '|field withoue a miscue. On Thurs I: least that is ubat Dazzy says. Castro went to second. A. Perez English chemist and physicist, insulates strand *ith liquid every one of the 33 cars was equipped with
day aftampon the Tallahassee; ag- I Tuaaey thinks that Louis will K. hit to first. wfco fumbled the ball. born. Died April 4, 1919. every pure Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. Kelly Petilla
The Boston Braves and tht Cincinnati .i i gregation l once more defeated the I O. Camera and Baer thinks i different Castro going to third. Joe Hale I rubber, preventing internal friction and won the race and broke the record over this

Reds divided honors..in.adoubleheader. Thbmasville' Travelers by the score -so' did Baer think beforehis sacrificed Cstro 'h me. Hale, r heat. No other make of tire is Gum-Dipped. 26-year-old rough brick track without tire

The 'of 6 t 0 5. The standing of the : fight last Thursday .Jimmie j I I!: went out. second to tint and Perez 185s.-Cichard ''A. ("Dick") When yod realize that there were trouble in fact not one of the 33 drivers
Reds took
the,: league up to Thursday night was will quit the fight racket and devote cafe on third. )J. Acevedo out. Canfield,colorfii.New York gambler had tire trouble ci any kind.
opener. as follows; Tallahassee, 27 won, his time to running his soap pitcher to first. Al. Rodrigu.es ,art conoisse'iri and manufacturer. 882,000 automobile accidents in 1934.

The Phillies defeated 'I. it!l. lpt-.Albany, 28 won 20 lost factory in California. .John singled to center, Perez scoring. .,born attN w Bedford, Mass. injuring 934,000 people and killing 36,000, Ab Jenkins drove his 5,000 pound car on
Thes\! t..O clubs are the leaders. Whitehead, the sensationalYhite Casa singled to right. Casa on 'Died Dee.' II 1914. and that 43,000 of these accidents were Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires over the dot

Pittsburgh Pirates 12 to 4. Pounding Sox pitcher, starte.I in baseball as I second. Sevilla out| second to I caused by blowouts, punctures and salt beds of Utah 3,000 miles in 23V4 hours,
I three Pirate" hurler* for. 14 J When Max Baer was ruled the c tclae... Joe LouU. with a at an average speed of 127.2 miles per
a ;
first.Two 1860- -Charles! Frohman. of will be interested in .
kidding more
one ,
bits which included home runs by:I favorite Thursday night of last string of knocko-ts as long as runs two hits two errerg. you hour with temperatures as high as 120 ,
Haslia, Alien! and Johnny Moore I week over James J. Braddock it t t your arm. insists that as yet he VETS-Sigiler-, fanned. Harrison New York's most born successful San-theatrical the make of tires you use on your car. without use trouble of any kind. These are
I was a matter of history repeating I has not hit his opponents as hard fanned. Voyles hit to second managers at Firestone records most amazing proofs of blowout protectionever
j performance again
the Phils took I dusky Ohio. Lost the Lusitania -
an early lead and on
who fumbled the ball Griffin known.QUESTION
itself In other words, Baer was [ as he can. .- .Canzoneri is still .
were.never headed. the most highly regarded champion [t champion. .Three times opportunity singled< to center. Morley rolls out May 7, 1915 emphasize the undisputed evidence that

The Chicago Cuba downed the in a heavywegiht title fight knocked! at Klick'a door, but to first. era dropped the uall., Beck rolled Firestone Tires are not only blowout-proof, "Without sacrificing these

Brooklyn Dodgers behind the excellent since the late John L. Sullivan, though he tried bravely, the plucky No runs, one hit. one error. oct to first. Lovtki singled to but give greatest protection against two important safety features will they

pitching of Tex Carleton who stepped into the ring with the midget mauler could not get it Second Inning left Porter scoring Thompsonflied skidding. There are three questions and jive me longer mileage thus making

with Van Mungo on the mound late James J. Corbett 43 years].! open. .JI ve you noticed how Al KEY WEST-Al. Acevedo out to third: and Moore\ went answers that will solve the problem of them the most economical tires I can
ago. However, faithful readers,!< Lopez has improved hU batting fanned. Alfonso singled to renter. I buy?"
Cut second to /irst.
for the opposition. you can't depend on the betting j i': average 'since he ws chased by P. Castro singled to center. A. One run, two hits, one error. what tires to buy

The Cleveland Indians took i odds In a heavywegiht prize fight. I I the umpires two weeks ago?. Perez flied out to right. Score by innings: R. H. E. QUESTION 1- 'Will the tread the ANSWER-Firctone Hig"Speed Tires not only
ejve me
both games of a twin bill with th I I Sullivan, for instance,' ruled a 51 Chick Haley had to quit the Cincinnati No runs, two hits no error Key West 200 001 200-5 10 4 greatest fraction and protection asainst give you moe than 50% longer wear, bat
Boston Red Sox. The Tribe !to 1 favorite in 1892 over Con. I Reds on account of ill VETS-Porter singled to center. Veterans 000 000 021-3 7 4 skidding also lowest cost per mile. This is made
',I.bett. He was defeated in the"21st health. "Chick h&s been In bad Martin went out, second to possible by (')e tough wear-resisting tread
Batteries Joe Casa and A.
banged out 15 hits in the second round by Corbett. Bob Fitzsim-I health for the last three years anda first. Porter went out stealing, M.\ Acevedo Lowkis. Harrison .- ANSWER-Recent tests by a leading University built with hijher shoulders and a wider,
_ game to help Willis Hudlin win mons was a 2 to 1 favorite over (I little rest may do him good. catcher to third. Hogan fanned.No and Moore. ; show that Firestone High Speed Non-Skid flatter contour.This tIIick.rugged.scientifically
his fifth game of the season. 't I James J. Jeffries, and Jeff woo !I rcns one hit, IK* errors. Tires stop a car 15% quicker than any other designed treed is held! securely to the Gum-

The Detroit Tigers defeatedthe in 11 rounds. Jack Johnson, the ]II f! Well the boys: who made the Third lining Subscribe to The Citizen of the leading makes. For eight consecutive* Dipped cord body by Firestone's patented

Athletics IS to 3. It the) negro was a 4 to 1 favorite over trip to the keys were a jolly r-nnch KEY WEST-Hale, M, Acevedt. years Firestone Tires have been on the construction of two extra layers of cords
was Jess Willard in Havana in 1915 : and from 5 o'clock )yesterday and Rodriguez fanned.; ..,S.ecss e.S.o..S S S winning car in the dangerous Pike's Peak under the treed.This Is a special construction
third defeat for the Afackmen: in!' and Willard won in the 26th round. morning they dd not let any one No rum no .hits. no, errors. CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Race where a skid means death. This i i. feature not us id in any other tire. Unequaled

19 many games in the current Mr. Willard was also the favorite sleep around the vicinity of the VETS-LpwkU 'fanned. Sigil-r undisputed evidence that Firestone givescar mileage reco ds by thousands of car owners

..rie with, 6 to 5 odds against Dempsey, Transfer corner. Those making kit to Hale, who fumbled the ball. owners greatest protection against add wndisputv evidence of the longer wear
The Washington Senators triumphed in Toledo four years later and you the trip were Cyril Griffin. Joe Harrison and Voyles fanned.) skidding. and greater economy of Firestone High

over the Browns in the; know what happened. The great I It House. Salinero Wickers. Hale, No runs no hits one error. Speed Tires.
opening game of a doublehea4er t! Dempsey was quoted a 3 to 1 fav-i Albert Ae-.edo, Mapolo\ : Acevedo. Fourth Inning ..SSS..SS......e.SS.S SSS

but lost the night cap to their op j I crite over Gene Tunuey at Philadelphia -- Peter Castro A. Castro. A. Perez, KEY WEST. -Caa out third to TEACHERS WANTED Fidon.Tk.ieoscnnYou- Always Get Better Quality at No Higher Price
ponents., !! but Gene won. as you Alfonso, Ogden. I*. Tynes. Q. first. Sevilla out. pitcher to first. lStO ,
The summaries: know. Jack Sharkey was a 3 to : Lopez, Jack Mathews, Blcndy Al. Acevedo fanned. TEACHERS WANTED IMME when You Buy a Firestone Tire with the
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 favorite over the big Senor' Roberts. Victor Lavsen, Seville No runs!' no hits no errors.
I I DIATELY. Calls for home EC. _ Firestone Name andGuarantee
Primo Camerawho later an'a the last minute VETS-Griffin fanned. Morleysingled
First Cam.At was and E. Kueda. At Latin Math.! Coach
I ; Science Corn-Dipped coidj
Boston R. II. F. :i i to 5 favorite over Max Baer. ;, Clarence Gates backed out Ah Ah to center. Porter hit intoa and other combination< Send 2 five greater blowout

Cincinnati ..... ....._._ 7 10 2..i, and you know what happened. Lrnn got a jo! rt the Ligthhonse double play, AL Acevedo to Se stamped envelope. FLORIDA ptot.ction.Gua-D'pp gf

Boston .. ........_._ .-. 6 11 1 j> Last Thursday Maxie was a 5 to jil j department and Armando could villa to Hale. TEACHER'S AGENCY Box ilnot used inothf hr _ _
Batteries: Johnson. Brennani I favorite over James J, Blai- j not make the tri!'. Readers whata No runs. one hit no errors. I 606, Jacksonville, Fix ss.3
and Campbell; 'Brown, Penton. dock,, and it's history now.So bunch of noisy beys; and they Fifth lmxg junelT-ltx
BetU and Hogsn. j 1 you see. dear fans!, that the wise, "ere singing"; ; from the time they KEY WEST-Alfonso fanned.
P. Castro flied out to center. A..
--- I I guys generally pick the Jose- left the Transfer comer until they ROOMS
Second Game ''Next I time I will pull for the uncerdog. got to the ferr\ The band: play Perez fanned. Wider, Batter trea %
At Boston R. II. E. I I II ed a few pieces to keep the spirit No runs no hits, no error I "THE l\IVNRO"-Rooans $2.00, 3 gieor.than50% iYM V 4J.34
; It III!
Cincinnati ._.......__ 4 J.2 3 oi good cheer u anj they certainly VETS-Martin struck out. Beck, $2.50 and $3.00 week Io.eriaoekjd_ wear'j4l
florton.--------...__m.-.. 715 3 1 I Pitching ; Detroit Tiger to''f fa are going to cheer those batting for Hogan. hit Lowkis safely" Double and Single. per 128 N. E. > k
Batteries: Hermann Frey. HolIing pennant in his first full season \eteran vith their good music through the pitcher's box. 4th street Fla.may24lmox. -
worth and Lombard!; Frank-'i I in the majors and tying the leaguerecord I and with those red hot numbers went 'out. pitcher to fir t. Ligiler 4ursaicousT1U' ffPE
bv.use. Smith and Hogan, for consecutive victories. ,they play. The vets will be dancing roled pat to first. lj
for1: all the keys. No runs. enc hit, no errors.. ( M c-IquaJity
last year was just a chore over FOR REN1 Builtofhijh) Fortt-eear
yi;;; ; EJ f / Built with
Sixth ; and
At New R. II. |[ Lynwood "Schoo boy" Rowe eom-1 Inning grade materials workmanhip. -
St. Louis .... ..... ..... 3 13 l' pared with the suspense of (( -! At 'Lower Matecumbe the Camp KEY WEST-Hal* hit to third BICYCLES:=WE'R NT by the ; high I gradematerial equal or Carries owners who

New York .........._...._. 7 )1 3 ing a. father. For the fut time' :3 of Veterans of Foreign Wars will who threw' wide to first. Hale '. Bout, Day or Week. Repairall $745 HIGH SPEED equal *or- .upei4ortosny the Firestone need new tinTYPE
Batteries: P. Collins. Heusser. in his baseball career, be sat inI have. dinner ready for the boys aj stole econd. M. Acevedo flied out makes and paint them with flUO-20 rauperiortoany special brand name and
Harrell tn4 Davis; Hubb* and !I the' Dugout at the DetroitBoston soon as they hit the camp. At 3 ; to left. Al. Rodriguez went out. No-Enamel. We carry a full Bo-caUed lint tire made forman guaranteeequal safety at avery

panning. 'I I,;I game: last week and didn't know p. m. the baseball game will fhort to first. Hale- went to third. ,supply of parts. Agent for the _ c'ev4qosI' Grade Super dUtribulora'advertised- r low price
1[i the e. ore'., But the next day he get under way. The batteries has ella! singled to right Hale ':' corr, ollfast and Dayton Bicycles or DeLuxe I; uperior to any
At Philadelphia R. II.. EPitUbureh -!I promised ,be a different Rowe been announced as Casa and griffin ing. Casa we'.1tt ,>e .........._. 4 13 IjPhila'deliAia I storks of themaker's
wild pitch. Sevilla singled to"'leftKl down enormous of brand
: .. from theq' on. He's the proud for Key West and Griffin and :. and $1.00 per week. We name, this price7S _equaLrawmateriaietheIt
.. ....._ 14 1.; ; ... name
_. ,12
:-- k father of Lynwood Rowe. Jr., Harrison for Vie Vets." The Citizen -: Acevedo flied out'tp righ.1, Suy and Sell all makes of used t and highest grade ,; or manufacturer. or guaant. daM.
Batteries: Birkofer, We-.verJ; I weighing four pounds! born toMrs. will have the results' soon aft- One run. two hitc one ttrof. i Bicycles, Fhoie 276. --J. R. rubber and cotton for ;". .j; _
Brown and Padden; Pezzullo andWikon. '1>. Edna Skinner Rowe Tuesday -' erward. VETS-Harrison fasned, Veytes i Stowers company 615 Duval }; the High pred Tire. I !' EI5j TF SIZE rswrc _IIIZE I niCE SID: I PMCK

!,! afternoon while the School-! walked.. Griffin .fanned. Morley i street. apr-tf i Inourfactoryareclect l -;;:; *7.Se -a..e.J-S .** ;;:;;- -
the mout experienced
At Brooklyn R. 11." K- bey sat in' a trance in the dugout. The two paragraphs above were flied out to short. : FURNISHED A>ARTMENTtoele"ctric :5 andskilledtiretnakrr. :;; ..7 -" 7.75.ae ..75-1' ..48 SOaJIi I *4>.S4.7S

Chicago; .. ..... .....6 9 0 It is "Papa" Rowe pow written enroute to the keys. No runs no hits HO errors.Seventh ice box. Archie Thompson- ,i to build this tire. It inaccurately S.25-U 5.35431 s.s-isI 7.5 6.te-ZI

Brooklyn ........ ............... 2 '7 1 IrniegKEY I 100J Eaton street. Phone 879-J. 1'f balanced r' S 58-11 ie.4e 5.55.171 C.2 $35.54 4J-f 5..21
Odes ---1 WEST-A, Castro for Alfonso -' ? and rigidly inspected osi,.. osh.si oro.Slut I
Batteries: Carleton and ; !I l singled, to short stole see- m.a12tlmoJlPIANO -" and we know it U .. Fimine.t I... Pi..siJ, I... Pise.utiinin,1' I Lee 4.75-itt S.SI
Mungro[ and Lopez. LEAGUE STANDING pnd. Castro out. second to first. perfect as human _x\_ _ _
i ,
i ingenuity make it.
MEItICANLEAGUE _1 I VIEWSDEVIEWS A. Perez M hit by a pitched A. balL I TUNING I
Joe Hale bvnted ,safely Castro
At Cleveland R. H. E. I I Clu'-- W. L. 'd'i scoring and. Perez going to third.I reno. Excellent piano for MO.l : tfeu" BATTERIES SPARK PLUGS
I flied out to center, '
M. Acevedo
Boston ....... ... .-..._...-. 0 1 2 New York .._....._. 34 19 .642:I WHAT TMCY SAY. W14FTHTP mug cin VMMNAnthcya scoring cheap. 10IS Division 4.50-21_ $7.75
Cleveland ........ ......... 4 1C 0 Chicago ..... ....-. 21 21 .563 : Perez after .patch. r I m23-l 4.75-19.... 8.ZO i LEAKPROOF Quick spark-with*
7 Eden, Bnti.n official: i riguez, flied ont to right. 5.00-19_ Lao stand heat-longerlife.
Batteries: Grove. Waltorg and!{ I Detroit ._....... ..... 29 23 .558 Rod-j TUBES ,
1:. Ferrell; Harder and Pytlak. Cleveland ..m.... ... 28 23 ..549Bost9R "We are not 'anti' any nation.But 'I: Two VETS-Porter runs. two hits rolled, ire out s.Z-18_ 9.751O.7O 5 I a Los. $555. .

I I ....._........... 26 27 .491Va'hington we should be and must beanti' struck 50-17_ against e.a irIrabage As
first Martin and Beck ,
Second Game : ...... .. 25 8 .472 any who might seek byj J' I I 6.00-16_ 11.95 I Se .
out. i
At Cleveland R II. E. Philadelphia .... .._. 21 29I20 / 4.75-19 BD XO.O5 ,jgreater .
Bostoa .... ... ....,_.......- 3 11 0 t. !.ouis: ......... ...... In 35 .30t), force' to break the peace. No runs no hit?, no errors. i RUSSELL'SCIGAR :s WW-19HD) 1X.OS mileage. 58 C

(velaml ..............._.._. 9 15 I) Eighth InaUf S-2S-18ITO %.zo I
KEY WEST-Ca a out secondto ,
Batteries: : Welch, IL. Johnson Claude A. Swanson, Secretary 4.40-211
ami. n. Frrrell, Derg; Hudlin a>>4Jirenzel. C\Ltb--\ \\ L. I'et.ew .; the Navy. : first. villawalked.. AL Ace- O6eo- Si. Pes5mv La : JO-21 > ______' -4S e Fork ___
york ____ ... .... 34 1.708' vedo forced Sevilla at second.! A.1< 4.75-21) in Su
Pittsburgh ............ 32 23 .58!' etA fleet is bound to manoeuvre' Castro! douled tQ center lAd Al.Acevedo STORE0 -*,.*...*-*1.iSes. llicJ..N Vola.SFIYron.:.-&.. Gds SM-lll,

FJr t C.meAt St.. Lout" ..,_... ...... 30 22 .577 eomewhere." ,west ov* at the\ plate. sh.e&M.s a.g4.mr' "se'N. l se.4s-C.-WL4F earv $.Zen- z.85

St. Louis R. IL E.]I Chicago ..' .....-..-. 26 23 .;.331Brookly No rues one hit no errors. 1 Zi..sr.4Fer5esPw..n. _ _

Wa hingt OIA .......__...1' 21 O.. ___....._ 2.a 25 .490 :I1'.lII'.II-Ij VETS-Lowkis walked. Sigiler;
t.Louii.. .. ................. 811 3 Cincinnati ..... ._ 21 30 ..412PhiladeIphia TO SUBSCRIBERS hit to rhort. who fumbled the ball..4j j PilyisallRByW s
WhitehilU Bean and .._..._ .19 29 .396, On a wild pitch aoth ranaen \ ,
Batteries: :
Boston ... 14 34 .292GAMESTOIAY '1 vanced. Moore batting;; for Har-
Hansen. :- ------ "
B Ion; Knott. Andrews, ri flied out to left. Voyles f
Coffman and Hemsley. TOM do nat receive year singled to right, both runners Vi'restonePAUL'S
1' <
I paper by 6:15 o'clock ta the -0-
Second Came ; AMERICAN LEAGUE .afler._., call telephone first.scoring.Merfejr .d. will be
R. H. E. I S paper seat tot OFTHE'
New York at Chica&o.WMJ1lngtOl1 Two r.uw. one hit one errol'. j 1
Washington ...._.._ 9 13 2Sttouii at St. Louia.Philadelphia j I t year home. A complaint boy Ninth Inning MAJOR BASEBALLLEACUES -
..._...._.... 1 12 l'' at Detroit U .. daty at this offic froam KEY" WEST-P. Castro flied ;'

Batteries: Lnke: and Holbrook; Boston at Cleveland. 6:15 t.. 7:15 p. au for ak.ptsrpos. to eetone, A, Perez singled. to'
Walkup. Knott, Thomas and I" of deliveriar CttaplaiaU. center: stole second. Hale lined I -0- TIRE SHOP
Heath Hemsley. NATIONAL LEAGUE Help as give yea 100I out to second and Perez is doubled CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. I I percoat tervice by caliay 51 1
off.tbe..b.q., SOFT DRINKS RAYMOND CURRY, Manager
if do aot receive The C'iti-
New York and Dctroit Chicago at Brooklyn.St.
Chicago No not*..'-o e bit,. BO'erryrs. ETC.
at Philadelphia, both games: Louia at New York. I I VETS-:-Sorter siflffled to center. FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeeeeeeeeee

tpoa 4, rain. Cincinnati i at Boston, two games.1'_" ," ". .' Martha bit to left and :Wick-.:P; 4........................................
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1..1 dova spend, left a week yesterday with relatives.for Miami t01, -i iI I- LEG S'lY .

I sal I 1 --- ---
tNEMYS'sE taKISS i iLoundersAlbury TIIFDGE's (-OI'RT
._ _._ .. ... Mrs. Gilbert who SOCIETY ; '1AD T"f..ROF."
-- ------ ------ Roberts was I :-: : : .ot. CO"T'.

Marcos Mesa, :: ;;r--h-e; ; Mrs. Neva Martin Hall was an :visiting for several weeks with in FLORID re Est "FOIt. 1*'ROBATE.

I Armour plant in Key West left!I arrival over the East Coast Saturday I relatives in Miami returned yesterday eCeeee, ..a a.... eeae. ee.es..ee..e.e. e" .... WIt V. t. oKGTOX.
SYNOPSIS Aiun Redo hOlt. quit safe when at once she glancedat morning. : i iI \11" T>eceased.S'OTljB .
that Damhnt Snmen it marryingAHon' / bei wrist watch. Just back from I Saturday afternoon on the Cuba for a visit with friends. I !, i CREDITORSTo
fatheror hi* money Ta49 I for Havana and from there will Nuptial Event all rem B'Taod all person baY-
aha hat sees Dark**, through the jeweller's and said casually "I f Ross Roberts, representative of tog dial .r demands againstsaid
(*. 0ix4ot of her eat i* tha arm do love that last pattern. ICs the r go to take the baths at one of the Wlllard Russell head of the U. E*>
of the large packing concerns Solemnized On
of* ttranoa Ansonearns on Saturday ,
lone You eb
watering places. Night an flF of yon are hereby
her return homo that anddenlyDafhna nicest one you've tried. 1 must rush immigration border patrol in with headquarters in Miami arrived I ; notified i ai Bfequired to present any

that Aliton hat hoU ftrnoded no tcit her* them father ontheir off now. I've' got to lunch but 1 promIse I Key West returned Saturday I yesterday for a short business i claims at demands* which you, oreither

honenmoon. Altton cannot 4efide you I won't be late this time. I LEGALSI 'I' from a brief business visit in Mi- ,I visit of on, may. have againstthe
fra V. MilliiiKtondrrra
whether to tell her lather Her voice was cordial for he was amk_ } rs I The marriage of Miss Adeline flesh pink etaty' tl.rlatr of Monroe ,
I : with County
.ko.l Daphne and her otlfr: tavtr. s r1 i. J'L.: S 1! tJ crepe gown hat;:
'; ., .
"In two three minutes the
thinking or founders
Honorable high
Tin daughter of Mr.
01 HT OK and
> TUB rill( 1 IT ( .
I Mrs\ Edouard Albertus, who and accessories: to match. Her ': ...,
I'll be seeing him again!. Ob. what a T\\.;\T" II JITlirit. rillCl ,Mrs. Charges ArchL'who? was" I Mrs. Emilio Launders, of 1221!I orlC..Jt.I JodKe. at his of office Monroe In
: Of KI.OR1111. her Alton in Miami ,
Chapter 25 comfort! IT Of TIIK TTK was visiting ,son corsage was of Radiance roses .
I* A\l FOB WC-\HOKOINT1. visiting with hers sonMOjJaw and Newton street and Leon Albury.i:I I I th ) Courthouse in Monroe
i. PHONE CALLCOULD Comfort? A tiny stab of doubt followed (. !% f!HIM: I-.K1. I II l I *. j fnturtle4.:; : 'jreslejday' accompaned son of Mrs. Eliza Sands ': and fern. Countr./l-lorida./ within eight calendar -
I daughter'Mr.'and'hire.- v;?I was
; i month
the thought Was It really no Jesse L Alley and Florence { bra grandson-and. Mrs.Aaron'Diaz. f! I from the date of thefirst
; >
Gay throw any Hht on I IL Alley, his wife. Waldroif, at Deerfield returned i solemnized Saturday night 8'! Mr. Albury was attended by hiS|I I,lor pul'Vration hereof. Said claims
Plaintiffs) I I o'clock at St. Yaurs Episcopal': friend Rex Biaza best demands shall be In writing andcontain
Saturda "-aCternoon.I .- as man.
wondered. She g'.anced:! VS. F.rwl...rr .f lies .f ) the place of residence and
'at the Ivory and silver! clock on her I Tax", "ale' Certificates.Ceorire 'B. ; assistant church.: The ceremony was per-,i I After the ceremony a recep-1 I, pout office. address of the claimant
J Finder keeperof and hall be sworn to by the claimant -
and formed by Rev. Arthur B. Dim- was held at the home of
W. Hutchinson thebride's
table. Still another ten minutes before ,Mrs\ J. D, Aldrich. who "was jtion ; his
the wife of the said George I the lighthouse at American I !I agent or attorney
dinner. 'She began to hurry "'. Hutchinson whose nameis I II. I spending-a week with relatives in \ mick. parents which was attended -! All curb rlaim and demands netfiled
finished dressing quickly clasped on unknown; Michael Killacky Shoals and Mrs. Finder who were The bride who was given in 1 by a number of relatives! anda within the time and In the

Jier'father's torqnolse pendant and if heirs li>inr.devisees and. If grantees dead the orother I I Jacksonville passenger on the was Havana a returning Special vacationing at Islamorada returned marriage by her father wore a few close friends. I manner void.Dated prescribed herein shall be

ran hastily down stairs. claimants under the yesterday. lovely creation of white lace made The bride is a graduate cf the: the 3rd day of June, A.
-14" Saturday. I Ilfr. I I D. l 3i.
After seven he had said and It said Michael Killacky.. deceased with high neck and long sleeves.: Convent of Mary Immaculateand L.AUL., MILUIXGTON,

was BOW ten minutes to eight. If she a said Michael, and, the Killacky.wife of whose the I I \ and Mrs. Ed Albury Sr.,!'! Her picture hat was of matching is popular with the younger An \dmlni"lralrla' of the Etotaleur

rang op now. she would catch him name is unknown I I' John Spottswood student at who were visiting relatives in Miami -I white lace. She wore a corsage set.Ir.!\ Albury is connected. W. CURRY"jn \ Miiimgton deceased

Tiecould tell him of the sew development wet. ORDER OF PUBLICATION]")e(ton da niL !'I'' Gainesville Military College arri- were returning passengers on I i of stephanotis and fern. with the construction departnvnt Attornt,) for IIAnniS.Admini..tralrls.Juu31I.1.

before her father got iy4' It appearing by the sworn bill of ved Saturday afternoon to spend the morning train yesterday. She was attended by her sister of the Florida East Coast Rail I --.-- -:1:::
down or Daphne Sinners arrived. complaint of Jesse It Alley and the summer holidays with his I I.Miss Janice Lounders who ai -- -- --- --
wore way.
his wife the,
Florence II. Alley Mr. and Mrs. Robert
,ne light was out in the library plaintiffs, in the slave styled cause,I parents Mrs Charles E. Curry and two I MONROE THEATER
but Alison did not wait; she ran to which said bill of complaint has Spottswood. George and Buddy left Sat ---- ----;-
the desk and switched on the read. Ix-cn duly filed in the said cause --- sons !1-- ISing Crosby-Joan Bennett
the that plaintiffs believe that George, Captain II. R. Foster of the urday afternoon for Havana Wheel Club To Junior Club To -in- 1
lag lamp caught np telephone \V Hntchinann one 01 the defendants I where they will spend a while ith!
book and flipped over the pages. Dun- in the above slued' cause is a Merrill-Chapman Wrecking Company I MISSISSIPPIMatinee
I resident: of a Stale or country other 1 relatives. I Have Outing Hold MeetingMisses
will Balcony !
das-Doctor Dnndas-here It was- arrived Saturday and Oct
than the Stale of Florida namely __ .
address down in the East end I I .. 19-20t Night: 15.2ScSPEND
an ; the State of Illinois and that the relieve Captain II. S. Dexter as '
si. dialed the number with a finger residence of said defendant George master of the Tug Warbler while Mrs.\ Oliver Haskins; Mrs. Willis Members of the Coral Wheels! Mary' Falk and Dorothy;

that shook slightly as it fumbled Is"'.known II u 1"b.1 nlSon.to plaintiffs.its particularly Is liI2Uoomis as' : he and his family go for a vacation Hilton and Miss Eulalie Mathews, Club have planned another of Clear* and Mrs: Ralph JljJoer'! ,( \\\"W''II\\

far the right slot What a long time Avenue llar\ey. Illinois : in the north.. ... '. ", .. teachers iqt.the: public institutionsof their delightful outings for to- will be hostesses Thursday afternoon i!
the bell took ringing! and that there is no person in the Monroe 'county. left over the nighL They will meet 8 o'clockat
i State of Florida the service of a : r to '
the other members of the
-Hallo!" subpoena upon whom would kind Alfred Achcrson.left yesterday Easjt Coast Saturday for Gainesville the home of Mrs.. Fred Kirt-.
"Somehow she had expected a maid said defendant further that George plaintiffs: W. Hutchinson believe- I' afternoon for Miami where: he :' where :'the1/', will attend summer land. I Junior Woman's Club AOii I YOURVACATION%

or Doctor Dundas Instead of Guy that; the said defendant George \V.Uutrhinson will remain several days on busi- ,, b.oQLllrl.I! l i ii At the conclusion of the ride As usual the event will be held i

himself. Is oter the age of.ventyone .. around the boulevard a light supper -' 5 o'clock in the afternoon at the .
; I I ness. k< ;-1 ; iiMVs. '
,Hullo? Is that you? Alison Rede it further years.And appearing by said Miss Camille |Ley daughter of will be served at the Kirt-'' Key West Woman's Club house JMB 1 1I

speaking. Listen. I've only a few bill of complaint that plaintiffs believe Louis Moore\ who was Mr. and Ml*. Lovick Ley left land's cabana on Rest Beach. I I'I Division street. \ -v-*: THIS YEAR IN ::

momenta but 1 wanted to tell you- son is that married said George and has\V a wife llutchm-and I spending a while with Mr. and yesterday afternoon for Miami .? I
something funny has happened-J Jcan't 1---- -- ------ -- FLORIDADONT
that the said wife of said George. Mrs. Frank Curry returned yesterday where she will spend a while. with -- -- I j
talk about it now she's dining W, Hutchlnson." one of the defendants I I
in the above styled cause)f to her home at Isla- relatives.
here and may come in at any minute I CIIII'III"II.4TII".I'.I'.I'Af.II pgcurHEALTHIII"'lltl' !
claims an Interest in the property! morada. ,
and the servants might near. But in said bill of complaint described. I i
can we meet tomorrow?-It's urgent Y and that the name of the wife of. I Dan Lewis: who with Mrs
Yes! Lunch then the same place. the said George "-. Hutchinson Is Mr. and Mrs I. N. Meltzer who Lewis formerly Miss Annie Lois / \\\\

same time All right. Will you pick unknown plaintiffs to believe plaintiffs that;the further said wife that I I' were spending a few days with Hicks returned Thursday from a -

me op.here? Yes. but I think it'd be of the said George W llutohinton Mrs Melfter's mother. Mies honeymoon in Havana left Saturday -I OLD PAPERS
is a resident of a State or country Charles Curtis left yesterday aft- is
better if we met just round the cor- other than the State of Florida" for Islamorada where he
ner. Do you know By the end of namely the State of Illinois, and I ernoon for the home in Miami. one of the engineers with the I

irbnry Street. I thought 1 ought that the residence of the said wife state road departmenton the

to let yon know after what you said I of as the particularly said George as W.is HuUhinw.n known to, Wm. Men dell, proprietor of the bridge projects. : ...eee...eta..e..eeeee.ee.e..e..e ;: rdf

today. Well thanks most awfully. plaintiffs, is 15129 Loomis Avenue Hub Store left yesterday after- I
Harvey Illinois, and that there Is I'
Goodnight"Alison no person in the State of Floridathe noon on a short business trip. Dr. T. H. Stewart with the
set the receiver back. Intense lIervlce..f a subpoena upon I
Marine hospital and Mrs. Stewart Sale
relief to have someone to turn .y whom would bind said wife of the Fred Lee left yesterday after- I HANDICAP
afternoon for
said GeorgeV. Ilutchinson; further left Saturday a
to in these troubles. Perhaps If she d+xc that plaintiffs believe that the I noon for Islamorada where he is I vacation of several weeks. L YOUR CHILD
told him about that other bit of said wife of the said GeorfreV. connected in a clerical capacity I .eeeooeeeeeee..e.eeeoe.e

knowledge the kiss he would see i Ilutchinson is over the age of with the bridge project i iI t i If his vision is defective hen
more clearly than she could herself twenty-one years. said I i Miss Betty Olsen niece of Mr. laboring under disturbing
And it further appearing by I a !
what was the right thing to do. i. bill of complaint that plaintiffs du I Dr. E. S. Hirsch prominent in I r and Mrs. L. M.\ Pierce who is a S handicap in his work in
; not know and have not been ableto i student at Convent of Mary Immaculate -: 5 Bundles for C.9js ,
She went out and upstairs to the ascertain whether Michael KII- I the optometry business in Miami .-. his play on his entire nereou'system
drawing room to wait for Daphne lacky one of the defendants in the left yesterday after a two-day i left Saturday afternoonto ; on his mental and
abotv styled cause believed by i I the vacation with
Sumers. spend surer!
plaintiffs to b. interested in the I visit as the guest of Dr. J. A. Val- in 25 in bundle physical alertness. It's your
property In said bill of complaint des : her mother Mrs.\ May Ferns 'duty to know whether he needs

BEHIND her In the library the rC' 9a described,. or. If dead to have been Washington D. C. glasses or not. We will tell
dead aine.And ---
interested therein is or )i
wine-colored cur '
it further appearing by said 'I Jonathan Cates who had been you honestly.
talus parted. Daphne came out of bill of complaint that plaintiffs be-I ,; L. P. Artman 'publisher of The
the window recess quietly and rather lie*e that said Michael Killacky. if I spending a while visiting in Miami left I THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
to the table she. living is married and has a. wife I and surrounding sections return-' Citizen and son Norman yes- DR. J. A. VALDES
slowly. Crossing and that the said wife of said over': terday afternoon for Point Pleasant S
led to Key West, yesterday
took a clgaret out of the silver box. Michael Killacky, one of the defendants -I J. route at Orthofoa Soft-Lit LiceBte
N. stopping en
in the above styled cause, : the highway. Mrs. Gates, who
She had a very long holder of amber out and claims an interest in the property > Miami and Jacksonville, on busi- .
quietly slowly.
Daphne came 'accompanied i him on the trip re-! I 'I'.I'.4.I'I.I'I'I'I".I.1'.I'.I".I".I'.I' 532 Duval Street
bound with cold-one of RobertRede' in said bill of complaint described! ,
she fitted the clg and that the name of the wife of I I mained over in Miami for a longer ness.
presents; than friendliness this loosing
more :
the said Michael Killacky Js unknown .
stay. : -- --- ----- -- J
arlt I I
Into it with careful precision to see him tell him all about her to plaintiffs I ; further, that
Mrs. W. H. Trout and son
all her thoughts elsewhere. When troubles? After all. In mere time. h. plaintiffs believe that the residenceof 1li1bucmns; : B/OIOBOOO/O
the said wife of the said :Michael I Mrs. and Hubert left yesterday afternoonfor
ihfc.had lit It. she went out of the was a stranger! yet sbe did not: thinkof Killacky I is unknown, and that son' of week with rela- ............ ........................................... ..............
left one
room and up the stairs to the draw him like that! It seemed the most there is no person in the State of 1 Bobby, Saturday afternoon a stay
Ing room her face without expression natural thing In the world to tell Florida the service of a subpoena l[ over the East Coast for the home' tives in Hollywood Fla.
and her than upon whom would bind said wife in Miami after visit of several]I II i
eyes no more very him what she would not have told of the said Michael Killacky; further 1 I a
faintly amused. anyone else. that plaintiffs believe that I( weeks with relatives, and was,;, Mrs. William A. Carey and two RAIN

'. Dinner passed off so calmly that 'Bye.: darling. She waved to the said wife of the said Michael' met by Mr. Collins who left over,., children. Mrs.\ Joseph Saunders

the! girl began to hope that her Daphne and ran to the door. ona Killacky years.It Is. over the age of twenty-I the highway in the morning. II III ;l I i and child and Mrs. Sam Higgs and

father had listened to her alter aiL: "Alison!'" Her father spoke is therefore ORDERED that I I I grandson formed a party leaving:

( gravely. George W. Hutchinson and the wife' Mrs Ruth Hoeffer and two'![yesterday for Miami\ where they
of the said George W. Hutchinson I
sweet- "Yes?" With her hand on the door whose. name Is unknown. Michael left Saturday afternoon for,, will spend a while with relatives. t
: she turned. "What?" Killacky. if living and. It dead all!Icons and Fort Lauderdale for a: RAINR

often do It myself. You didn't notice "1 want a word with yon." parties claiming Interests I
said Michael Killack). .- Under\\visit with relatives and friends.: \ Mrs.\ Frank Curry who was
the time. It doesn't matter in the She came: back into th3 room otherwise lu the following spending a while with her brother-
least; we can shop tomorrow Instead slowly her face growing pale.! What scribed property situate lying and I
being in the County of Monroe and Mrs. Robert Nichols daughter in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.\ J.
can't we?" Not a single question pow: State of Florida, to-wit: I Sarah and son Ernest and MxsNichols' .;i i W. Marzyck left yesterday afternoon -
about that lunch not a word 'Didrqu lunch yesterday with Lot Thirteen lit of Tater- I 1 _
mother Mrs. Sallie Curry for her home in Miami.
about the honeymoon plan! Before tha&r.oUll; architect fellow whats- nier Cove a subdivision according AI 1 TIt
to plat thereof recorded arrived Saturday-from Jackson-;
the evening was over Alison found bls-aamer! Robert Rede was always '
In Plat Book One (ll at I'
ville to visit relatives and friend Miss! Mary\ Louise Pinder left
herself wondering if she had made simple and direct.1I1Wee'turDr page 1(1, Monroe County. Flor I ,
too much fuss. :: Alison could not id.. Public Records 'i yesterday' afternoon for Miami

.a- at but she and Mrs Sidney /Thompson,, who i :where; she wjll spend a while with
It was not until the next day atone help glance Daphne tot Fourteen (Ii) of Ta" r- / -
o'clock that anything happened. wast sitting on the floor turning nier Cove, a ",subdivision according I was spending< a vacation\\ 4n Miami j relaUves and friends, Won't< to plat thereof recorded Mrs.\ : _
: over Jter lapful I of patterns her face with Henry Thompson and ,0
in Plat Itot.kme (ll at '
were all three up In the totally:--expressionless.! Robert went page Ie:. M nr..e County, Flor- ; other'' relatives returned on the j J&rs., : JEMdSe''SaundCTS, who was,
THEY looking at patterns and i on atenli ,.." i'U. Public Reror.ls.and I Havana Special Saturday. 'Ispending.I a' vacation in Key West Rain Soon Why Not prepareSPECIAL A'
"You're off to lunch with him the wife of the said Michael'Klllarkv. for .
approving Daphne's final choice.: i whose name is unknown.] [ with relatives, left yesterday
"Rather nice. Robert alwaysagreed I again today. It was a statement not all of the defendants In the aboveentitled ;. Berlin Sawyer was a passengeron her home at Homestead.

amicably on such pol'U8He I a question. cause, be and they arehereby the Steamship Cuba Saturday,t
know nothing of furnishings and : "Yes." Sbe could not guess how he bill of complaint required to in appear said cause to the'on going for a short vacation and, John Dementi, who was on a :

eared less. lie took a chocolate from knew but she threw It back de Monday, the lot day of Jul>. _\. LIl business trip to Havana. 'I brief visit with Mrs.\ Demeritt and

the box beside Daphne and.said. "I I fiantly.: 35., otherwise the allegations of Charles Hoefel of St. Louis'! children left yesterday afternoon
said bill will be taken as confessedby I
these good! Your own mak- I "Well you're not to! You're not : :
say Mid defendantsIt I was an arrival this week and Is* on the afternoon train for his
Ingr"I to moo him again. I forbid It. Understands is further ordered that this order -! '
the guest of his uncle and aunt| home in Miami\
made them specially for you He put that quietly enoughyet published once a week I
II four consecutive weeks In The KeyVest Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roberts at
They're all the nutty kind that you between them that special tone Citizen a newspaper published the home Southard street. ,I Miss\ Juanita Gomez left ye -- 75 LB.
bad always meant an order that in Monroe County State vt, I SLATE l
Ue..Yo1'r. Florida. i 1 terday afternoon for Miami where
''mn't' be obeyed. b.ri $2.25
marvel: He offered ;:::
them to Alison who could say "But why? I must know why!" I 11ya.f Dated this iilb day of. May. A.t, r-Mi?s Minnie Lee Williams left: she will spend a vacation with ROOFING, Red or Green Per Roll

truthfully that they were the best Alison was white now as the wall be Circuit Court Seal fRiSS LVsterday afternoon for Miami relatives. :

that she had eTer eaten. But she hind her. Clerk of the. Circuit C.WYEI.Court. Twef \\fthere she will spend l a vacation\ Regular Price $2.75'While
sUhed. They had been two hours "Because I've found out all about I tieth Judicial Circuit of u with relatives Wm. R. Porter president of the :

choosing! Daphne seemed to like to him. said her father. "And he's not In and for Monroe County.nOrida.1 I IW. I [First National Bank.'left yesterday :
a fit person for you to know. CUKItr 1IARHIS. I Mrs. Knowles afternoon .
keep them both there centered on !i Mary daughter for a few days
Solicitor fjr plaintiffs.

-\ her But affairs.two hours of such compara-: (Coppripht,1535.,-Evelyn M.,WIU"1! I m.j27; jun3-l-17-2i Miss Elizabeth .and Mrs? EvajC6r*_::;.visit in Miami.' ,, ..l"i : Cisterns Are Dry. Why Not Check For Cracks? i

Tomorrow. Alison I flings the -- -f --- -
Ute calm that Alison rea"y:: felt truth at Daphne .

1.I i i o A Phone Call To Us Will Bring The Cement *


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