The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00044
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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 18, 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: UF00048666:00044
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Associated Service.Press\ Day Wire tEl iic 1k 1 Wtzt) ctC tit Key West Florida, has the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the ? t tleu I most country equable; with weather*an average in the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit


PRICE FIVE CEN'I'Austria's .!

New Military Roads HOME O\VNERS\ I COUNTY BOARD 'RED MEN HOLD Attorney General Cummings Orders 'GMen'sUniversity'

Bring Joy To Motor Tourists I.


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ThreatsBy LUCAS COMEZ LEFT ON board of county commissioners nection With Many Activities

held yesterday it was decided: to I TORTUGAS I
arrange t.. make a payroll for f
< IIp rcial < Tae tlllzm) Last night at the regular meet-
FOR TAMPA WASHINGTON, D. C., June i county employes. I
(Mr A._... Pr...> I 18.-The Federal: ] Home Loan I j Present were Chairman Carl: 'I

VIENNA JUD .-Motorist* Bank Board today i issued the following ].! Bervaldi Commissioners Norberg-; CAVE EXCELLENT TALK AT AT LOGGERHEADKEY By E. B. HAAKINSON
V. C. Spencer, deputy sheriff I | BF A.fri Press
tearing central Europe this summer statement to make clear]I Thompson, B. B. Warren and Na-,| heartily in accord with the idea I RECENT MEETING OF ORGANIZATiON AT CARNEGIE LABORATORY WASHINGTON June ) 18.
in the office of his brother, W. C. the public significance of those i i than Niles, Attorney William V.. of "America for Americans." I
are enjoying' the (
sections of the new home mortgage -4: The "G-Men's ufti.enity"-traia.
Spencer sheriff of Hillsboro Albury. Clerk Ross C. Sawyer,r Followingthe a
side of Europe's feverish effort relief act signed recently by I and Sheriff K. O. Thompson I j' reading of a j inC school
for the
!! proclamation issued by Arthur J. nation' most
county, left on the Steamship Presiden Roosevelt, which affect Clerk Sawyer reported he had
to preerve peace: the road are' Cuba yesterday afternoon for the refinancing of distressed urban! received $1,750 due on allotments:!; Ruland great incohonee of the'I At a recent meeting of the Key There will, be 15 scientists at famous i..eati.at.riU beopened

getting "better. home mortgages by the Home) 'I'from 'race track funds.. On'mo-[order, relative to the subject of' West Philatelic Society Miss: Loggerhead Key this summer, carrying '

,'I Tampa with Lucas Gomez prisoner Owners' Loan Corporation: I tion he' was ',instructed deposit aliens.: in the United'States'and the Mary Fay McCIanahan\ gave an on their experiments at the for the. first time this
Particularly the highway of I "The most important feature of,;: $tGO to'the Fine and Forfeiture,: interesting talk summer to
wanted in Tampa for highway proposed handlingof matter on the United laboratory maintained there by an representative officer
strategic this amending act far the
importance are being as as !t I account and 1.290 to the General
improved. Home Owners' in its"several phases, the tribe States Louisiana Purchase com- endowment of the late AndrewCarne 'metropolitan
And Loan and
: sine the adaptability .1 I robbery and assault and battery. Corporation I J Revenue account.: With the state police
of is increases the _r unanimously the memorative issue, after which e.
a highway for'' rapid I concerned au {, transfer of $660 from "the indebtedness adopted proc- forces
transport of motorizedtroop* Gomez is alleged to have attack thorized bond issue of the HOLCi'' fund to the General lamation's ideals and the Actiun stamp exchanging started. These Dr. Coswell Grove and Dr. Paul 1

make it equally'' 'ad..I>>I., for ed 'a young woman on the streetsof j from $3,000,000,000 to $4,750-!!) Revenue account, it will be post -| became an important part of the stanjp exchange nights are a reg- A. Newell, of Washnigton Univer This; scientific college .f crime

the, smooth touring of paenger Tampa and took from her a payroll 000,000 in order to provide for j t i sible to make the payroll it was tribe's records.Salient ular periodic feature of the club's sity St. Louis, Mo., arrived heretoday detection'of the
cars, automobilists are getting the applications already filed and for!!, department of
beset it.Two. amounting to about $700 new applications which must bet j shown. |I points of the proclamation : activities. Here the members are and will leave in thv morning I
I I Clerk justice
instructed will
Sawyer to1j offer
highways of high military which she was carrying to 'her filed within 30 days after the new j communicate with was the comptroller] are: enabled to exchange stamps whichare I on the Yacht Anton Dohrn J. a fell! course,

value] but also]: of outstanding: place of employment. act takes effect, and for other!{ at Tallahassee asking permission j I There are approximately seven duplicates of those already! W. Mills master. by order of Attorney General

scenic interest have been completed He made his getaway and took I td purposes New applications will t tI to make the necessary transfer of million aliens: in the United States contained in their albums for! Other scientists who., have arrived Cummings, further
in Austria this year, another be strictly confined to home own-'funds. !who have others they have none of. to coordinatelaw
passage last week on the Steamship nut signified any in len. are II. II. Darby, New York; W.
strategic roads have been I I ers who are clearly in distress and; ,! tion or inclination of becoming It was also stated that at the I L. enforcement agencies to pro
Cuba, arriving at Key West Doyle Johns-Hopkins University -
transformed from motorists' nightmares threatened with foreclosure, and II i American citizens. previous weeks meeting the Exhibit -
to modern thoroughfares.To last Wednesday. A telegram preceded -1!I I i must be filed by midnight June BANQUET GIVEN j j There has been offered in the Committee was appointed i; Baltimore; John E. Ilarrii swapping

Open Aug. 3 him and he was arrested immediately 27th. I i I house of representatives, a joint with Hugh Moore as chairman;'I I Cambridge Uni/ersitr, England;; idea gained in hard experience
Perhaps the most ambitious of by Sheriff K. O. Thompson 1 "The increase of $1,750,000.-; AT UNIVERSITY!j rebolulioi) w hich has been referred I Mrs. Lauriette Sawyer and Geo.|!ISV. H. Longley, Goucher College,
the new Austrian roads is the and Deputy Ray wood.] 000 in authorization of bonds issued -' t| to the committee on immigration i I Collins being the other two mom-[ Baltimore; Gordon Marsh, Univer- between the vnsuitg local ',cop"

Gross Glockner highway which Right after arriving in Key I by the IIOLC is considered) II I and l naturalization providing]| bers. This committee has charge 1 J i|jsity of Iowa, Iowa City R. G. aad the government'
will be opened August 3. This West last Saturday on the S. S. sufficient both to take care of the I I among other things that the jurisdiction -| of receiving and arranging the;' ; ace detectives -
road over the Tauern mountains Cuba Deputy Spencer identified I remaining eligible cases of home JOHN GARDNER INDUCTED in alien deportation pro-j j'! Exhibits entered in the "Second I j Stone University of Kansas City .

connects the east-west highways; the prisoner and congratulated the !I.I loan distress which are beyond the f INTO IOTA CHAPTER DUR. |i ccedmcs be transferred to the I I I Annual Key West Stamp Ex.! Shigeo Yauianoucbi, University
of southern Austria with the I Monroe sheriff and his force on j j j I scope of earlier authorizations I j! department of justice and there be I hibition" under the auspices!! of Chicago. For the first time officers
cast-west traffic: arteries lying! the ,prompt capture of Gomez and! and to provide,$300,000,000 for; ING OCCASION I iI'; created in that department a bu- :'';;: the Key West Philatelic: Society I! Dr. Yamanouchi arrived about other than special' agents in the
north of this country's mountain I said they had captured a dangerous direct! investment by the Federal" I eau of alien deportation. .to be pu on in February of next two weeks ago and shortly after federal I j bureau of investigationwill
backbone. I criminal. II i: Home Loan Bank Board in private j j It also provides that any alien !|I year. | reaching Loggerhead was taken receive the elaborate train.
Until its completion there was 'home-financing: : institutions, or in Ii !I Among the outstanding events' now in the United States who has II i ii Iroot j I The society's membership drier,i ill and is now in the Marine hospital ing under Director J. Edgar Hoover -
no good north-oouth automobile i bonds notes or debentures of the i i of the graduation exercises at the i!; before January 1, 1936 declared -:;!! which started May 31, is still under treatment. that has built up the scientific
road"in all the territory betweenthe I FIRE COLLEGE : Federal Home Loan Bank as authorized -1 University of Florida, was the his intention of becoming a meeting with success, quite a nuraI -, Included in the list of those college-trained federal
: another section of theAct. t I I I ber of new members being obtained. who will force.:
Brenner Pas highway, lead. by | banquet given by Iota Chapter,! citizen of this country, be deport- pursue their differenbranches t
i** .IhTOjjfh Innsbruckajvj. --the PLANS .. r :*- -. }Rho Chi-. Honorary Pharmaceutl-iccUErery< alien hereafter'entering I'|! : ._ The society states that! ,-.8Cieatiicreaearh..aL-at s 12 Weck.,0f, Tra.yiag
Tarvis-Vieri na'" Jt'awa) connecting I' MEETINGi j "A second important amendment cal Fraternity, to the graduating! the country who does not with-'I i they wish every stamp collector'in the laboratory are: E. S. Brown, Here in the massive stone justice -
Italy with Austria's capitaL I -- I of the new measure em- class in Pharmacy, on Sunday' in 12 months declare: his intention : Key West to become a member -[ New York Unviersity; L. R. Cary building. selected officers:
Pass Easily Defended II I'phasizes the criminal sections of June 9th. I of becoming a citizen: shall also be Visitors are always welcome..1! Princeton University; G. S. De II" will learn all that science and experience
The Gross Glockner highway I SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION TO earlier, legislation by providing i i This was also an occasion for I deported. i Meetings\ are held 7:30 p. m.\ Renyi University of Pennsyl-.1 can offer men who compete

opens'a swift route from northern I BE HELD IN DAYTONA i i j' penalies for misrepresentation'' induction into the Chapter, of I Great Incohonee Ruland called every Friday evening at 521 Grin-' vania; II. B. Goodrich Wesleyan 1 with dangerous gangster
Italy to Salzburg near the German and other specific: offenses on the' John A. Gardner, Pharmacist of j on all members of the order in the ., nell street. i( University Middletown, Conn.; M. I and criminals. If the course follows -
border. Crossing the: Italian I BEACH I I' part of persons dealing; either with Key West and two other former!) Great Re-ervation of the United > I J. Kopas. University of New York that used for novice agent
border, either at Sillian or at Tar ; the corporation or with home owner graduates of the School] of Pharmacy -I States to endorse the resolution i ODDFELLOWS' !!' and D. II. Tennant, Byrn Mawr I the officers will receive 12 weck3;
vis, the north-bound automobile I I :* who have applied for corpora- of the University all of{I contact their congressmen and College, Byrn Mawr, Pa. I of training in the classrooms and
picks up the Gross Glockner road I,r Inv Awwlalrd J'r.."> I, tion loans. whom were honor students of' urge him to support the joint resolution I laboratories.
near Lienz and climbs swiftly WINTER HAVEN, Fla,, June I "Another provision of this act their classes. I in congress. And fend a I HOLD MEETING i PLAN MEETING I They will learn to take fingerprints .'
over easy grades across a 7.000 18.Secretary F. C. Pfander today ,. sets forth that, effective 90 days The banquet was well attended I copy of the resolution as adoptedby from beer bottles, letter?,
foot rocky barrier. announced the sixth annual from enactment no person shall by Chapter members, also by all the indhidaul tribes to the tenI !I window ]ledges and' auto steering
From a military standpoint the I Florida Fire Colleje-a training I I be appointed or retained as a sal-{| members of the 1935 graduating I ators and representatives asking I NOMINATIONS OF OFFICERSONE PARKBOARDS wheels using varicolored] powdcu
Tauern pass is important, since i\I I school for paid and volunteered aried officer employe agent or'j class. Among the guests was" their support. to bring these out. The "signa
not only is one of the few pointsat firemen in Florida-would te conducted attorney in any regional or state i Chief Pharmacist 1!. E. Berkowitz, + OF MATTERS COMING I tures of criminals" will be photo
which a north-sooth crossing: at Daytona Beach July office of the Home Owners' Loan: of the Marine HospitaL The guest graphed with special cameras, or
of the Austrian Alps is possible, 8-9-10. Corporation who is at the same ; speaker was W. 1!. Hankins. president CUBA BRINGS IN i iI I BEFORE SESSIONA NATIONAL CONFERENCE TO"lifted" with adhesive tape.

but one of the easiest to hold with I The Florida State Firemen' As- time an officer or director of any: of the Florida State Board BE HELD IN DENVER.COLORADO Fake murders and kidnapingwill

.' a small force. sociation conducts the college. firm corporation: or association: :lot Pharmacy who spoke on "Thei I 134 PASSENGERSSteamship I I I be staged. "Oscar," tha
engaged in lending on real ; well attended meeting of
Another important highway,f I money Importance of Little Things: in dummy, will be found prostrateon
making possible swift motor trans-1 LIFT DANCING LID estate. The same section prohibits -!I Pharmacy." fie was introduced' Equity Lodge No. 70, I. O. O. F., the floor. Nearby may be a

port from Italy to Hungary i the appointment or retention.:, by Dr. B. V. Christensen, director was' held last Thursday night at I = gun, note, blood stain, scrap! of
through Austria, is the formerly i ON BELGIAN RULERS by any state or district office of of the School of Pharmacy. Addresses :'I Cuba of the P. and II' their headquarters on Fleming tor ,... Press) I I paper or similar clue. After the
much quarreled about "Pack- the corporation of any person who ,|' were also made by Dr. T. 0_ S. S. company, returned 3:30 fctrecl. Many interesting subject I TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. June 18.,. students have investigated the
strasse," or Pack highway. This Inv .t.serralN rre.sl was not a bona fide resident of R. Leigh dean of the College of o'clock yesterday afternoon fromHavana I were discussed during the session! Designation of Florida delegates "crime"" and prepared their .solu
opens a short, fast route fromTarvis I' THE HAGUE, June 18.-Be- the state served by such office for I Arts' 'and Sciences and with 134 passengers,, of I with addresses being. delivered. by to the national conferenceof lions, the instructors will hold a
on the" Italian border, toj I cause they like to dance at late at least one year immediately preceding Vice-President of ,Acting whom_there were G7 aliens, "," I I W. P. Archer and ... ... Hoffman state parks in Skyland Va.. : post mortem on the evidence.
the Hungarian: border near St.1 hours King Leopold and Queen the date of his appoint. and"Dr. W. J. Hnsa: of University, The! 'ship sailed 6:30: o'clock: ; fprTamr'a' I while other members gave short June 21 and the American Library I l Get ting The' Evidence
: theacultYI
Gotthard. .. j Astrid of the Belgians were per- ment. with passengers and f talks. Association convention i in "W teach our men to get all
of the S hooL I
The PackstrasM in ,the days of 'milled recently to break one of I "Other provisions of the new act Pharmacist Gardner I: freight.:; : _' I The lodge was informed that Denver. Colo.. June 24-29 was the- evidence: that will stand in
its survey' and financing. 'was; aj l!Holland's cherished blue laws. which are of public importance are I bnr't e, returned Steamship M'edinao6;the Clyde- Rev. Jas. S. Day, who is beingtreated J' announced today at the gover courts" Hoover says. The bu
bone of contention in theAusj I The popular rulers of the J those which- I j| highway Sunday ,evening..Mallory Lines arrivedin pert I I f at a hospital! in Washington nor'a office. reau' record of 94 per cent con.jvictions .
trian parliament. The socialist.'' neighboring state after dining at "((1)) Broaden the powers of after a most delightful and entertaining -!>; last night from Galveston at 945; D. C., had shown much improvement Named for the parks conference -]I in difficult eases tried

alleged it was nothing but a military -,, a restaurant here were just be-, (the corporation to permit it to i i experience. I j I o'clock. The ship took oa'cargo I and it is expected that r were: Ernest F. Coe ef Mujami {I testifies to the skillful training.I .
project designed to provide ginning to enjoy themselves on make loans on real estate on which I I of ponces, live turtle! and1 mis- he win return home soon. J. W. Hoffman of st.1 i I I Learning: to manipulate all the

Italy with a quick connection with I the dance floor when the music:I there is more than one dwellnig.I[ TENDER IVY \I(I I cellaneous assortment of freight I Nominations for different of-I Augustine, Thomas Pancoast ofI high powered weapons needed t->
its ally Hungary. They feared it stopped :suddenly. serving not more than four families 'I and sailed for Charleston and New fires of the organization were I' Miami. Mrs. T. V. Moore of MiI cope with hoodlums, the student
might involve A'ustria in a conflict .j It was., "midnight, your majes- provided that such real estate -I York 11:15:; o'clock.ARRANGEFOR. made at the meeting, with elections -I ami, Mrs. W. S. Jennings of Jack- will use a large pistol jrallery in
growing out of what they', ties." the harrassed proprietor include property used' wholly*i LEAVES PORT'i I to be held in the near fu- sonville. Hamilton Holt of Winter' the basement of the jutttee building

described as Italo-Hungarian explained and at midnight all or in part by the owner as his own : ture. I I Park William R. Porter of Keyl and the rifle range of the
dei !
signs against Yugoslavia. i f dance music: must cease home or homestead and have a I i i West, A:: I* Cnesta. Jr., of Quantico marine post a few miles

Border Roads Impro.ed I Hurried intervention by high! total value not exceeding $20- LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL GOES I VISITORS GO i iu1 iI I John O. Shares of Sebring, Nor.I away.
The socialists are an outlawed;: authorities averted what might'I 000. CELEBR&ppN j berg Thompson of Key West, Lo., Not all of the training is spec
have "((2)) Establish uniform meth- TO CARRY MATERIAL TO I I tacular. There must be hours of
party now, however and the prin.,| beej; a breach of inter- a renfco Wilson cf Jacksonville and I
cipal: thing the motorist notices i) national hospitality. The music od by which the corporation may WORKING PARTIES OUT FISHING'I'j D. Graham Copeland of E.er-I I digging study on evidence in embezzlements
about the Packstrasse is that it i is'a Ftarted again and the royal guests handle tax burdens represented by I A call for 50 bathing bed....J.Jand glades. I frauds, perjury,
continued general and special tax levies, in > false claims and other complex
fine road.Meanwhile. dancing until 2 a. m. 100 baby show contestan Named for the library convention -
I all the states. W. T. Cash. state lib fields of law enforcement.
east-west : j
the main I
being:: issued today by Delio Cobo, TAKEN TO MARQUESAS B
Lighthouse Tender sailed Yrarian
(3)) Eliminate the provision under Ivy Harold Colee of | Auditory Test
Vienna to Inns ; J/i'-.kson-
from in {
highway I ADOLFO charge of this phase of the
which the corporation has taken last night. 10 o'clock for Pulaski While the students rtudying.
Holeferman -
bruck has been vastly improved i in 4th of July Celebsation being CAPT. EDDIE SAUNDERS. ville, Mrs. Marie of are
over home mortgages or other t Shoals and Rebecca Shoals carry- Cocoa and Mrs. Lucille -nith of a loud crash may occur in
18 months and since las t '
the past the Pi Club. ,
sponsored by
year the road from Graz to the GElSHEARING !liens held by institutions which I ing material to the working parties Winner of the bathing beauty OF THIS PORT Lake Worth. I the next room. Half a minute
Yugoslav! border has been transformed were in liquidation where the i I, at these lights.. I contest is to. be awarded a handsome -..- There is no state appropriation iI j later a second crash may follow;
second-rate mortgagor! was not necessarily in I Sailing on the Ivy were, Super.intendentW. of expense of these delegates and I j and in a minute a third. By tin
from bumpy
a involuntary default. W. Demeritt, of the loving cup. it is stated. Baby Dr. V. M. Johnson, pathologist those who attend must bear their! time the federal instructor will
thoroughfare into a real high Adolfo Paso wes arraigned, in "((4) Provide that I Seventh Lighthouse District who show will be divided into three I I
) no person at the Good Samaritan hospital own expense. 1 1i relieve the tension by announcingJ
way.Not court of Peace Justice Frank O. shall be allowed to act &fI appraiser -.will. confer with Captain Peterson classes 1 to ,12 months, 12 to 21'' West Palm Beach, and his friend 1I I J that the noise is an auditory test
only inside Austria but. Roberts this mornnig 10:30 o'clock for the corporation if employed I aDd 'Chief Engineer Pena of the months and 24 to 36 months. Two Robert Kleiser, of KleUer's] Sport)i j and will ask a detailed report.
just outside her borders the highways -: on a charge of assault and bat- prizes will be awarded to each of I
better, by any company holding 'a. Tender Popyi relative] to plans for 1: Shop. are enjoying great sport' SUMMER SPECIAL j Suchtesta are important, hoover
rapidly are Retting: I; tery. loan on the property or if interested the proposed new tender for service the three classes. fishing at Marquesas under the ON FORDS explains because they teach
In Germany a little country roadj; The defendant entered Those who interested in 1
plea are
a '
in in the subject in these waters.
any way guidance of Captain Eddie Saun- careful observance and questioning -
which, used to follow the Austrian! >;, of guilty and W8.bound over in matter of the loan.", j I r Other passengers composed a entering either of the above mentioned (ders. .t: (For Tk!. WoekTGRIND j i I of witnesses.
border closely between Bnrghaajen i bond of $50 for trial at the July I group of men from Sanford goingfor contests should not fail to The anglers arrived last week ; VALVES AND REMOVE I Another field is that of the

and a point opposite Salzburg,,' term of criminal court. SALT LAKE 'SEA SHELLI I a view of Fort Jefferson and see Delio Cobo immediately. I It for a visit with Dr. Johnson's parents -i' CARBON i crime laboratories. There students -
has become a fast. paved highway) I the nesting sea birds at Bird Key. .1 I II !!, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Johnson;. E.gin Too UpSpecial learn that the watermark
Also in that spear-head of German Inv ..._1..... Press) The is under the ) Reg.
I group guidanceof and after few decided the
Truck Arrives I a days stay 1 j jj on a paper, the handwriting
territory which plunges into Tonight SALT LAKE CITY.-An asparagus C. W. SCason.' Florida WANTED Price Price
representative j to spend 10 days enjoying the typewriting, a small piece of fiberor
Austria. until the point of the With large satiety. of FRESH I plant whichhad. grown of the Atlee-Burpee'] 50 BATHING BEAUTIES ,! sport. for which Key West }is fa J Model A and B $4.50 $ 7.00 measurements at the scene of

spear almost seems to pierce the I FRUITS and VEGETABLES I I ILowe's into the shape of a large sea shell t: Seed Company of Philadelphia. j 100 BABY SHOW mous.I I Model V8.45 10.50 the crime, may be the only key to
main east-west lines of communication i was found by Milton Carlisle while While at Garden Key they will t CONTESTANTSDELIO 'I I They carried with them kites ; Pies Part Used its solution.

in Austria there are widej Cash Grocery I I irrigating his farm near here. The be domiciled through the courtesy 1, Se. I and other paraphernalia for scientific -j i TREVOR & MORRIS Hoover welcomes the new move

speedways only recently brought I i 1117 Division St. Phone 675 I resemblance: is so strong as to interest -I of B. M. Duncan director of spatial COED J j fishing which are now being 312 Sunonloa Street as coordinating federal and local
to high efficiency. i naturalists. projects in Monroe county. ] used by lovers of the sport. 1 I I efforts to combat crime.


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I Itep'Et5t tu WHAT IS EVIDENCE? KEY WEST IN I 1\[r TODAY'S WEATHER !I. -Your VacationIf

Published Dally Except SundayTHB JJ" Every once in a while something occurs -
l n. AttTMAN.' !' rr ..l*.Bt to upset our ideas concerning the I I II I-
> AJMlataat B..l._ Mwger Happening Her Just 10 Ysart:1 I Temperatures erate to frt'shIIOuthwe1t\ winds you are going to summer school, or plan-
JOB AlLE-From The Citlten Building kind of evidence that is worthy of cre- Ago Today As Taken From 'r Highest: ; .......... ...... ....... ?....01! over north portion.WEATHER ning a motor trip or journey will feel
Corner Greene and Ann Streets dence. Such an occurrence is seen in the The Files Of The Citi... 1 Lowest .._. .........- ...--.-.... .79 any you
p. t Mean .._.....:_..._....... .....*........85 safer and more at ease if you are sure that the
Only t> ll7 Newspaper In Key \Veat and :Monroe case of Conda Dabney once convicted in Normal Mean .. .................. ......82 CONDITIONS funds= you carry are protected. Let us assist you
Francisco Valdez 80, w ai the I IPres.'Iure
County. Kentucky and given life imprisonment for automobile accident}'! Rainfall in procuring this protection by converting your
victim of an is low this morning:I I Ioer
Entered at Key VTent. Florida as second class matter | Yesterday Precipitation .0 Ins. travel fund' into.AMERICAN--
which resulted in his
the murder of a young woman. last night '1 most sections from the Plain!
FIFTV-SIXTH YEARyl.rb.r death. Mr. Valdea stepped from !'Normal Precipitation .... 18Ins. States eastward with disturb*I|
At the trial another woman swore<< sidewalk Fleming street : .Tai..e.rd e.v.ruel.ur: perl.4 EXPRESS TRAVELERS
.f t_ Aa..eaed )"n_ the on anc es over the middle MississippiValley
t, rmMmf mt M e'etork IhU m rminf. '
The' Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to Hue that she was an eye-witness to the crime, near Du.tl', street. right in front Tomorrow' Almasac St. Louis Mo.. 29.44 inches CHEQUESIF
for republication .( all news dispatches credited to of a car'driven by Leslie McDonald. 1 -I Sun rises .. .---..-..... 5:38 a. m. the middle Atlantic} Statt's.I'
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also and a considerable array of circumstantial He was rushed to Galey'i :sunsets!! .... ........ .... .. 7:19 p. m. Washington D. C'. 29.62 inches ; THESE checks are lost! or stolen (un-
the local news published here. evidence was presented to corroborate her hospital but succumbed to his injuries -( Moon rises ......._. ..10:02 p. m. and,the lower Rio Grande Valley. countersigned), the amount involved i is refunded
concussion of the brain, be. __ Brownsville.. Texas, 29.74 inches. :
i Moon sets .. 8:25 a. m.Tomorrow'
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that i is
testimony. At the time of Dabney's conviction reached. since you. spending necessary
EDITORIAL) fore the hospital was: I Rains have been general
summoned to investigate i TidesAM. for you to sign them a second time in the .
Coroner's jury yesterday morning throughout presence
jrNATIONAl .,, practically everyone felt that the P.M.
19.35 'verdict was just. the accident is composed -. High ..................11:14 mast sections; of the country from of the one accepting them. f
-- of Elwood Carbonell J.1.: I Low .... ..... ._. 4:31 6:13 the Plains States and northern (; I
urnscnirriox: RATES Yet, a few weeks- later, the woman Olivero. B. Sawyer. Eugene Sands u. Texas eastward to the Appalachian j I -FOR SALE KY-
Barometer 8 a. m. today: '
One TearSix .._.__ -Ilea Mack Walker and Charles Papy. i region and north Atlantic States
Months:: ___ 1.01> who was'supposed to have been murdered They will convene to render a verdict -tl Sea level. 29.92.WEATHER j being light to moderate, and there
...._. showed alive and well. -- I i it The First National Bank of West I
Three Months J.1i. up Dabney was re- tomorrow. Mr. Vladez was FORECASTTill have been light local showers in]I, Key II
One MonthWeekly __.. './S leased, but think of what he and his family buried this afternoon.Dr. 1 j 1 northern and central Florida.t
-.-- .20 Temperatures' have fallen 16 to 181(i
suffered through the diabolical attempt to ( 8 p.m., Wednesday)
ADVERTISING! !' RATES and Mrs. S. D. W. Light degrees in the lower Lake region]j
Matte known, on application. swear his life away. Suppose he had been and son, Kermit will sail on the Key tonight Wejt and and Vicinity Wednesday: Partly, and New England and readings j I -- -
SPECIAL NOTICH executed for the alleged crime? "hite Star Liner Homeric. June If are below normal this morning in

All reading notice, card of thanks, resolution of Many cases are of record in which it 27. for a tour of Europe. The par- 'I: the Plains States and :Mississippi.
respect, obituary notices, etc.. will be charged for at ty expecta to be prone until about p5 \ft///X| Valley and from the Lake region
the rat. of 10 cent a line. was proved later that innocent persons October 1. and will while abroad i .2 / : eastward over the north Atlantic I
Noticed for entertainments. by churches from which have actually been put to death through visit England. Scotland. Germany. 't k>0te* t / States; while temeprature are
& revej>u. is to le derived are t cents a line. Switzerland. Belgium I :' above the seasorcl average!': in the
perjured testimony. In some instances in France. Italy
C The Citizen Is an open forum and Invite diecueMon \ \d//> Gulf and Sorth Atlantic; States!
of .......Ie Issue and subject of local or. general which the condemned men have confessed i and Spain. I. and Ohio Valley.
Interest but it will not publUb/ .anonymous' communi- : ,,I c /t'Jc i; *'
victims turned
murder the supposed have !, G. S. KENNEDY.
rations. Due to leave here shout the fe \- \//l la*fc ..
f4 'I} "? i l Official in Charge'
up alive. last of this month are Mr. and < ?: -\ %
Mr. J. V. Beaver, Joseph Cabrera.A. .I. l
All. this illustrates how unreliable the CT 'sWfcv ; ,,*;or > Cincinnati
Miss Ada Clarke of
H. Sheppard and Maitland t ea_
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST most cinvincing evidence may be, and Adams: who will go from here to Partly Cloudy Showers- was arrested at a society wedding

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN while it Ls doubtless true, that for every !Miami and there board: a special: i \vWnev( j'which' she attended without vi invitation
rrobaltly local showers
I i
dozen fot' Portland. Oregon where they i hoping to partake of the
innocent guilty
person will attend the Elks convention.Joe [day; gentle to moderate southerly champagne served.
1. Water and Sewerage. ones escape, it shows that a great respon- Cabrera says that the bunchof inds. I

2. Bridge to complete Road to* Main- sibility rests upon a jury particularlywhen Key Western going from the tl! Florida: Partly cloudy prob- J rk. atllU-B SEMINOLE Leading H.tel'THE Here is one of the latest

land. a human life is at stake. extreme southern end of the country [atly\ local showers Wednesday and:I achievements of science -
the northwest will "
to extreme
3. Free Port. put Key West on the map.Bustles ,| in northwest portion late tonight ; Carey Solka Roofing. You
HOME WORK SWINDLERSSome Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
4. Hotels and' Apartments |Moderate south winds over north have to see this roof to realize
and basques of HO yearsago portion and moderate southeast et + Carey Solka Roofing how far it is ahead of ordinary -
5. Bathing Pavilion. time ago the Post Office Department : vied with panniers and hoop- winds; over south portion; weather contains special ccllulo -
6. Airports-Land and Sea. issued a fraud order barring skirts at the concert given by theldies' fair tonight and Wednesday. *. fibres produced and roofings. Longer life
Aid Society of Ley Memorial I purified by the exclusive: and
Fan Gulf: 1.Ioot'raleuth\ a'lt greater flexibility -
7. Consolidation of County and City from the mails all matter addressed to or church last night. Long be- i winds over south portion and mod-1I Sulks process. These
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. coming from several concerns which advertise fore th. time for fie |program to fibre. have tremendous greater strength than you

for persons to address envelopesand begin the auditorium of the Ilar-I ldi i Milo. Asked vhhe did it. Iii -i ....._..lllrilAS. .. Fbrlb highly Strength flexible.. jet they And are fiever thought possible.
r"i schoolvas pacLed. The entertainment -i teplied that "the arms were bu t. H. CiniNF.H. M*..a-ev r I IA naRy., the felt containing -
mail circulars at home. A sample advertisement was c.u continuous" "
led off. I human, home-like institution| theee fibre holds Let us give you a sample
of one of these swindling con- round of laughter. I where Soy will find tar l.dleld.altrarf.rl much more Carey asphalt -
... _...
Kid Sha-key was awarded the, and .rtal. a matter satnrant. and quote our low prices.
cerns is as follows. of great Importance
The right wheels"' ..' a Ford pelomobilp -I I referee's decision l last night in the I -- SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING
"Ladies wanting home work, any } were tern from the car: I bout with Gus Reyes at the Key A steel .lrr..r.n.l.c l.eil.d
By MARCY B. DARNALi. kind, spare time inclose stamp. Eller yesterday afternoon when it ('01.; We.--t Athletic Cluo. Beginning I I. She heart-.. the city It ENGINEERING COMPANY Phone 898
White & Sta.
New tided with a street car. The auto next week there will be a fight Krerjr Iloum with Ciirobinattnn Tub I Eliza ,
V-296. Broadway, '
Former Editor of The K.y Wed CIlix.s Company was driven i'y Arthur Tagle. The t card every night at the club. These and Shower llarb. ...Kadio.. Electric
OIlinK Fan, Slat f .1' for Summ.rV.ntiiallon. 1.
i York. accident occurred at the intersection events' are to be promoted by ('Coiafurtahln Reds withMallresws
San Diego Calif., is "saying it withflowers" Those who replied to such advertisements of Francis arid Southard I Uupert Knowles. I'ruction and of inner Individual Spring Rra Con-<*.
in a big 'way. At the expositionnow were usually required to pay certain streets. The motorman could not 1 --- ins Lamps.
stop the car in time to avoid hitting Mrs. M. J. Willis and daughter. IIATKH! e e
in progress there a 300-acre floral sums, from 50 cents to $3 for "directories" the ruto.Philathea: 't Elizabeth, are visiting in Key t SI.....

demonstration is depicting history from "outfits," or some similar equipment be- I I We! class of the First Congregational the Steamer from their .. __. .
Tampa .
!! Private Balk lax
Spanish settlement days to the present inn fore starting to work. 'Then the conditions
; ch'inh last night entertained -1 home in New Orleans. Mrs. Willis :a 11__... I'chafe llalk _. __ :.L.wJII. -- -- -
under which the work was to be done aa ..le lla ... Private Bath .."
gorgeous floral and architectural. exhibit the i or scouts from | will be rememoered' as Miss" Mica .
were found to be such that few made any Clearwater and 'St. Petcrsbrr I I Fabal, quite popular among the II. rnKASK OCCUPANCY! FOR DOIRI.R SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLYr

further effort to in it. who are being entertained by the I younper: set in Key West before
engage -- -
local organizations. The event.her marriage and departure.
In 1831 it took four hours to go from The !swindlers made their money from wa at the church i-arsonase.. :I'I.I' I.I --'I.I--:

Bloomfield N J., to Newark by canal. the small sums sent for the "outfits," and grounds A imsical *x>?Tarn was; Master\ John MaJoney Spott- ..........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeRAIN ..
of the entertainment. Every- : wood of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I :
part son
from orders for worthless jewelry and the
Going by the new subway built in the old
body had an evening: cf fun and 1: Spottswood.; was host to about 2Q
canal bed it will take only 12 minute, and like. Hundreds of women in need of em- enjoyment of his friends yesterday. The after-

the fare will be five cents. ployment made sacrifices to send these noon was spent playing various I
Editorial Comment: The new 1 games after which the young host
suffer :
small amounts, only to disappointment -
ianitor of a :San: Antonio library I was assisted! by his mother in'servinjf
During the last few months it has through losing their money and fail- threw away replica cf the Venous delicious' refreshments. :

been rather forcefully demonstrated that ing to secure the remunerative work which .
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k'idnaping in the United States doesn't pay. ,they had been led to expect.It RAIN

The prompt capture of the kidnapers of is hard to imagine a more con-

the Weyerheuser boy recently again illustrates temptible or heartless swindling scheme

the futility of this most devilish than this as it preys entirely upon the A G'E REFRIGERATORCOSTS I =

of all forms of banditry. ;;; poor and unfortunate who can least afford RAIN

to lose the money thus fraudulently

The U. S.Treasury's? .I "conscience obtained. i IQ : 0

fjind," made up of contributions from persons ONLY
It Won't Be Now--Bound
who have cheated the government WISE AFRICAN PRINCEWe Long

and later repented now amounts, to more

than G18,000. The"latest remittance of read in the newspapers that Peter 0 Rain Soon Why Not Prepare i 0'0'e

$20( was from a penitent who wrote that Koinange son of the African chieftain of

he "wanted to get right with God." Kenya colony has taken a degree at an :

Ohio university and is almost ready to go 8c OR tOe

An old story about Benjamin Frank- back to the Kikupu tribe 1,000,000 farm e SPECIAL

lin is again going the rounds, to the effect ers and herdsmen ruled by his father.

that when he wanted to marry a certain The young prince has the proper

girl her mother objected on the ground idea. lIe says his father has been handi- A DAY TO OPERATE QE

that Ben was a printer. She did not obJect capped in his relations with the whites and 75 LB. STANDARD SLATE $2S < 25 S5

to his trade but said that as there that he wanted to learn the white man's 0 ? ROOFING, Red or Green Per Roll :SI

were already two printing shop in the ways in order to be better prepared to rep-

country she didn't think there wa room resent his people in future. The young 1 Regular Price $2.75 : &

for a third one which he wanted to !start. African has been in this country eight I

his through college.We .

According to the Pathfinder the years hasten to commend way his exampleand I : While Cisterns Are Dry Why Not Check For Cracks? zE

fcrnment-owned implement works at Perth,1 foresight. The influence that this one

Australia which had a monopoly of the man might exert in Africa cannot be pre-t il i A Phone Call To Us Will Bring The Cement : J

dicted. If he were assisted, for example;: ,
manufacture of farm machinery has been I Xott eta save more money with i
few thousand American trained 1 a General Electric; i uses less I .
closed' after suffering heavy, losses. Private by a current nod lain longer.'Ageless** J -

manufacturers are supplying this ma- Negroes, who for something like love ol cealed.ia-steel 9 Yean! Performance mechanism Protection carries z i. We Also Carry A Complete Stock of Guttering : 0 i

chinery at lower prices while the govern- their former home would go back to the for only *1 a year. Gives you refrigeration S

ment's properties will be sold' for junk. African area to render service to their 100 Ibs of ice that for is approximately equivalent! ec It : and Down Spouts

Another object lesson in government people there is no telling how much good] ISc worth of electric current C

operation. would be accomplished. A dozeD Genera] Electric model I I
to select from-all modern con
veniencefeatures, of course. I
Studies by the Census Bureau reveal Celebrities no doubt often imagine "Your home is worthy the best"

some interesting facts about .longevity in that they are known by their pictures al s* I .

the United States. At the last census there least to nearly everybody but usually : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I

were 2,500 women 100 years old or over they are not. Greta Garbo found that out

but only 1,402 men. While Negroes rep- not long ago when she went to the Los THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY U :. Plume 533 While jnJ Eliza Streets ?

resented only 9 per cent of the total pop- Angeles immigration bureau on business. .
-t .
ulation, they showed 2,467 centenarians, When she told who she was the clerk 5555555555555j ..........0.............5555 55555 5555 55555555 555 555 See.

aa.: against only 1,150 whites. asked.: "Have you any identification?" i 1.l1111.l111.. _ _ _

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..& 'uon. je.<. tItO'"* tear.. "Sot bites mt ud she SPORTSGIANTS
Hat D p_.. i...,. it carrying OH muss DURING CLASSIC
." tffatr witk aotkf mat tcfetew to come between as If she can.that's
many tbe truth! Site hates me because I
.oa'. / *'. Th.' air I t, p* totter I. --
and por.. Iklne bom see through her and; I've found her
Daphne. let DffluH kat "r. le.tker out. Sbe's afraid might tell you-- I PITMEN KEPT CONSTANTLY
nttrtir footed and AlUon haiyUg ,,
ew. ftrton to fun M. lit ItOut She stopped short; choking the I
treMw. i vmna wee tckohat words back bait afraid of what she ; --1-. _.. _____ __ INFORMED IN MANiPULATiONS -,.
dose Ktr a gnat ttrttrt She -

4 tcftrnt*Hpf4no her after mil.meet forbUi k, ""Tell me what Ton'ro being utterly DEFEAT 't
Chapter 26 silly!" Robert was stem almost DOINGS) ) AROUND THE GOLF LINKS IN CONTESTS JJ al.4aae.hls semwey asca

as pale as the girL I I St. LOUIS THIRD I
BITTER SCENE "-tell you that It's not yon she
loves .II"'Ia' I. Th. fitter. J I
-'I1BA.T'VE': been saying and that be'. marrying yon I (By GRAVY) > 3ec
whirled round upon for money!" STRAIGHT TIME I INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 18.,
Daphne. her, It i - --------------------- -Unfortunately the t
eyes blazing with In- was out now. There was a com- I average' spec-
dlrnation. plete silence the appalled silence Some of the boys are getting I)the sheriff guys had a sister and tator at the annual Speedway
"Never mind that. Robert Interrupted which follows when bomb f in little: practice every day for I i t ti tter.
a has CHICAGO CUBS TRIUMPH |f j Russell: liked the sister too and be- Classic here is unable to witness tr
qulcrJj. .It'. bnrst. I the Biltmore match. It seems
cot nothing to t
I I 1 much of the
tense drama
fore long the sheriff fellow had of the
do with Dapbne. It's I who say that Alison's hands and feet felt Icy OVER DODGERS; BOSTON that 'one or two guns were seen lone which takes i
<< brother more than he started race place in those
you must not"But cold her tears seemed to have dried I. practicing: putting on the front
TAKES TWO GAMES FROM and a'1 i' with. Well, our hero gave upswimming little concrete-Tailed boxes knownas
yon know nothing about him. up frozen; she was shaking all over. room rug were getting in
How She few drives out in the woodshed.i( and went to work in a the "pits" on the "apron" of : .
can you? You're only seen hIm said In;a low tense voice "I J
vac*.* Alison- protested., don't care. It's true! And If she REDSI However, all are primed to leave I butcher shop on account of he the track near the starting point. asks, asevst scan.la Is ea us
**Iknoif Urn quite enough' wanted to, get even' with me. she I this Friday afternoon and put up: liked to eat hot dogs when they Here the "teams," composed of a''I UtT, BILLY .nut.. wtaegsASS alt ICMAMlC

"?Phut have yon heard?" she de needn't have taken' this mean roundabout J (1Ila. .. CltlM>B> a good fight against the Miami I.I were cold. During the war this dozen men-a nec.'eSarorganiza! -i
manded. : outfit.' the j-ort of a job reminded<<: him too tion for every entrant-perform j
wsy""IJsttu NEW YORK. June At present writing 12 ,
18.-The -- -- -
T4..rather.not talk sbont.that"he AllaoaRobert'! band local team of the National men have signed but there is room i iI I much of what ;you looked like aft- their duties in an atmosphere'! '
began but.AJiso cl or BO

"Tea mast ten me!" her round to. face him He was half lead their a I said Ito change their mind' I'!I I down to C'irry's Sons, but finally the precision! of a well-drilled' flowing in; gasoline is already be- Petillo was back on the track witha
"Suraly its enough If I- breathing quickly and his game over nearest! I|I wound up working for Cabrera stage show. Without their help' )| ,
eyes were opponent. Pittsburgh, by virtueof driver ing poured into the tank; tires' are fresh supply of gas and water,
""No-! She could steel-hard. Daphne bad wholesale grocery company where no would stand a chance]
not control her
away their win Trom the St. Louis Oup personal glimpse today Kill I I of winning. {j examined. To men lift the and with his engine in perfect
ute now, You order m. not to and had ber back to them. "Listen I'f you can find him today selling !
Cardinal by the lopsided score of be about one who never makes Theirs is the i hood and their and I
expert eyes
Inset.. him you say be' not a fit. :rou.,. behaving quite unforgivably! guy eatables coo ables or maybe directing genius: j' tune.Petillo
,14 to 3. It was the third straight mnctiTfuss unless you tell him how behind the involved in fears can tell in a split second
frt.nd! for me. It's, nnreasonabler.I,. When Daphne realised who this I I some things you can't eat. Anyhow strategy frankly stated after the
most kDOW,. by.".... ,7.; "ng, man was. she came quite victory for the Giants over the good' a golfer you are and then.' | orr hero took ap the ancient this fonr-and-a-half-hour context.! ,I whether all parts of the engine are i i race that much of the credit for
Daphne was still IItUIl>>.<,nw the rightly,.to me." Red Birds. The New Yorker'! he will proceed: to take .you. utl I I i t |pastime,quite a few years ago and Whirling around the two-and-a-I I synchronizing. I his performance was due to two
floor beside tha soter.ipng'fnk' : -TCow: could she know? Sbe'\ ,' knocked Par! Dean' younger brother and'beat:you.: I refer to that t now every Thirsoajr and most half-mile rough brick oval at| One or two A. A. A. officials I t factors--his pit manager and his

tipped lagers lastly tlT1llathe never seen him!" C" of Dizzy Dean out of the pitch- genial character, the inimitable j!j every( Sunday yon will, find him speeds approaching: 150 miles an i dash up. The pit crew gives them (l tires. The winner raid he was

lengths of, cloth ;bnt i Jnqw{ Alison "I saw him the first day be came er's box. Srh'jmacher! did the John Russell Kerr. Our here was I(|i chain!!:.a little woite ball all overI hour, their senses' reeling from the;pan anxious glance, for their inspection (I tempted several times! to "burn
eauxht a quick look dallied between beret ID the drawing room with yon" twirling; for the Giants.In torn right up on Simonton :street I I (the landscape. One, thing stands I thunder of their motors the fumes may mean loss of many :,': up" his car early in the race to

her and Robert.; -t war. h mf" gageethat put in Daphne evenly. another doubleheader between -'1] where he now lives and his paw,1| ,our hero, in good stead; being,.an from the engines and the eyestrain j I precious seconds-possibly elim-j('I catch the, several drivers then
said. 'Re"IIrm1" All8on's eyes 'But' "yon didn't 'come down-b! the Reds and Braves the I livas in the contracting business II I i: expert shimmer the water hazardon the drivers lose track of' ination from the race. These officials ;, ahead of him. "I knew my Firestone -

became hard. You mean yon-you crept down and Boston aggregation, captured around Key West. If you ever number two ha* _no fear for !, their position end their speed.It I' have the authority to order I)! tares: would stand anypeed
"Well?"" she snapped. listened." Alison choked. both games. The score in the I I! went to the Convent or walked I, him. If his ball accidentally. goes is the pitmen who keep them adjustments' and if in their judgment -,| my car could go" he said, "but I

"My dear girl surely yon can trust opener was-8 to 3 and the tally in || around on a few of the sidewalks into same then so dces he, pro- .i.informed on these important matters -I the car has a defect to or-j|, had my instructions from Pete
m. Don't you thID1Iou'd better Just "j I CAME down behind you. You the nightcap read 5 to 1. i i ip town then you have made contact I Tiding it weren't a lOc ball in and advise them regarding der it from the race as ., precao-: j IIV' Paolo. He worked out the p*!.n

take my wordr Robert was unhappy did not see me, you were too The Chicago Cubs 'downed the! with a little of Pa Kerr's II I which casa he seR.is his caddie.,' strategy( through a complicated I tion for all concerned.. Rex Bays, I!I.[, '' campaign and I followed it **

: h. had never seen his quiet and occupied." Daphne's voice was likea Brooklyn Dodgers with French doing I handiwork. Well, our hero was I 1 Well our friend plat! around in system of signalling; ,: In fact:: one I]I who drove a sensational race upi I I The recent race marked the

gentle girl In this mood and It was. knife. "1 was on the stairs when the mound duty for the win-I born very, very young in life and anywhere from 88 to 96, depending contestant this year .considered I|, to 300 miles leading most of the j I sixteenth consecutive contest in
not easy to be flmu you went out. 1 recognized the man ners. George Earnshaw. formerly ; in order to see that he knew a on wliether:: he is playing, this so important that a two-way !ii I! time, stopped at the pits for a which Firestone tires had been eon
"No. With an Immense effort. at once." l of the American League and lot before he got too big his pa ]Hokey Pokey or Charlie Ketchum. ralio was put into operation' toi I,minute and was just ready to re- the winning car. Firestone engineers '
lIbe coutrolled her voice spoke Yon listened and spied on me one-time star hurler on the Cham- sent him off to school, and our j j ]Being a strong guy: he knocks the keep the mechanic in the racing' enter the track when an inspecting 'I and designers were :In thepits

coolly. "I'm not going to take your :and then came to father!" pion Athletics, put them over the hero arrived in New Jersey fresh j ]ball for a loop on his drives and car constantly in touch with the official found a broken spring'shackle throughout the race, rhecLiag!

word, father, or anybody else' with. 'Sbe came very properly to me as the Dodgers.The from Key Welt and entered Ped-I ;215 yards is- not uncommon with pitmen. When to come in for bolt. His car was ordered j! fiery phase of tire perfomeanc-
out )knowing why. If you'll: tell me soon as abe had made certain" said Pittsburgh Pirates continued : die Institute. WeD, as a boy," ]him. On his second shots to the water, and gas whether the plan out. His pit crew tore at their'
wbat he bal done I can Judge. Robert furiously. I to hold second place with ease. Russell!! spent more time in the ,green' and on the short chips he of strategy decided upon before hair and Mays' tears could be

"Aren't yon making rather a fuss "Why didn't she tell me. If she The Bucs downed the Phillies, water than on the land so, of ;is apt to be short or off the line. the race is working out satisfactorily easily forgiven by any driver who I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
over a mere acquaintance?" put In I i thought thatT"Because with the onesided tally of 12 to 5. course he was just like a fish and (On the putts he is bout the aver- and who the l leaders are at has put his heart and soul into this HOTELIn

Daphne sweetly. you're a child my dear. The Pirates knocked out 20 safe in competition he won all the j age getting: a few long$ ones and the moment are among the many great contest. j

"I'm talking to my father." It was I 1 1 and too young to deal with things ties.In prizes at school. He was such a'I j! making;; a lot ot easy ones. When I j pieces! of information that' the Kelly Petillo won this year's j+ the Center of the Businessand
rude but Alison did not care. "1 1 1 like this." the only game played in the good swimmer that they made him,1 I ]he tries to clay' be is a dangerous i driver must depend upon his pit I race, setting a new track record Theater District

think you've made enough mischief -If I had, you'd hue thought 1 American League. the Cleveland!I, instructor'! of same. But soon our J j i opponent because once he played: crew for. I'lor 106.24 miles per hour. Each'!
already!" I was interfering thrust In Daphne Indians defeated the Boston Red hero needed a few 'grits and )I i I]pretty consistently' in the low 80's The operations in the pit are as'of the two times Petillo stopped | First CIuFinprf-

"Alison!" protested Robert. sharply. Sox. 11 to 2. Rhodes and Vander-t! grunts maybe it was yellowtails j: 1 but "Papa" has ar hard time keeping thrilling at times, 'as the actual I'at the pits he was seen' to conj j i S. .ibI I. Rat.
"I know. But 1 don't want to hear' "In any case, she was quite right" berg pitched for Boston with}land alligator pears and so he came J I i in the 80's at all now. Beinga race itself. A .car slides onto the i i tinue to sway in his seat not yet j B *
what she's got to say! I'm asking Robert was growing firmer every Hildetrand'servinj on the mound}: to KU native heath. Well.ji good strong guy he always has apron and stop! in front of its'J'I recovered from the effects of the j I COFFEE SHOP NOW OFEI
you to tell me. What has be done?" minute. This Westnrn or whateverhe for Cleveland. 1 of course, being a growing lad hep a cigar stuck in his mouth which own pit. Half a dozen men leap |!bodily rhythm induced by the ter-

Robert shitted uneasily Daphne's calls himself Is not the. sort of All other games in the younger!: I I was up to lots of mischief but before -| )answers; for smoke and chew and the low concrete wall each. concentrating -' rific car sing at high speed. Pr Garage Elevates

? eye.yer rta>:talaNlwpt5kleg. roa-iau.-ibauJ4: know atall..theAlt circuit-were postponed on account I I any of his mischief could get: 'AHtia wan glaring aim ber eyes person to have lunch with alone. of rain or wet groxmds. him in jail he used to hang around i iI 1; 1 tol-acco smoke or maybe juice. cap is oft the radiator in a ftC-j I shouted advice into his defened e
dark with rage. He coughed and I.don't like that Alison. That you The summaries: I same. Not on account of keeping j I
sanffied. should hue had lunch with him NATIONAL LEAGUE 1' out of it but on account of one --- -
""Tbe man's a crook my dear. without letting me know. It wasn't Firat Came I Of.

All right. He's a crook then. But playing the game. At Boston R. II. E.

what has ba done?" Because Alison's conscience Cincinnati ..... 363 LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN -.

'Ill tell yon!" Daphne swung suddenly pricked her on that one point she Boston ..._...-'...8l1 2 .
to ber feet scattering the patterns could not answer. Robert went on Batteries: Schott. Hollings- -

across the floor."He calls himself with rigidly 1 controlled anger."I worth and Lombardi!; Brandt and LEAGUE FIRMS
Gay Westarn doesn't be?That's was surprised yes and hart Hogan.: Club- W. L. ;ct.l'

not his name. His real name' Guy when Daphne told me that yon bad New York ......m. 34 19 .642 ,

Luml.,.. and he didn't dare to tell met him and were meeting him Second Game Chicago! ........ .... 27 21 .563

yon tbat. because he was afraid yon At Boston R. II. E. Detroit ..........-......_ 29 23 .558:
might find out the truth about him! again.How did she know'It" was a Cincinnati _._.._..._ 190 Cleveland _............ 29 23 .558!! Who 'Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

He's only too well known yon-see! challenge. Boston .._.._._.._ 190 Boston ...._*........._. 26 28 .481) I
He said he was an architect didn't Robert hesitated. Daphne cut In Batteries: Derringer and Campbell -I Washington .._...." 25 28 .4721..

he? It's not true. He is. he was a quickly. ; Macfayden and Hogan. Philadelphia ......_.. 21 29120'

doctor. A doctor who Just escaped 'A friend of mine saw you together St. Louis ............ 15 35 .300 '
being struck off tbe register' my ." At Brooklyn R. H. E.I AMERICAN COFFEENow ROSES
dear!- "Who?" Chicago ..._..._........ 5 8 1 NATIONAL LEAGUEClnb JOHN C. PARK THIS SPACE

"How do yon know all this?" Alison "Does that matter?" Brooklyn ...._......._........ 3 11 0 W. L. Pct., Offered in 3 Grades,

was dangerously quiet DOW.HOWT "All right: then where?" Alison Batteries: French and Odea; New York .......__ 35 14 .714. FLORAL PIECES A
did not try to conceal her disbelief. Earsnhaw and Lopez. Pittsburgh ._....._ 33 23 .589 328 SIMONTON. ST.STAR, tb 25c;

Because he had a practice "We're getting off the point Robert St. Loris ........_ 30 23 .566 LARGO, tb 18c; SPECIALTY
R.. 12 Insertions
on the Riviera at Nice was Impatient.. "The point is. At New York II. B. Chicago; ........._....... 27 23 .540 V. & S. tb ISe.
when 1 was out there before be that I forbid yon to sea that fellow St. Louis _._.._."_ 3 9 3. Brooklyn;; ................ 24 '26 .480 PLUMBINGif I .
went smash. As a matter of fact I again,or to have anything to do with New York _...._.._.14 19 1 Cincinnati _. .. ,_ 21 32 .396 Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES >
was warned against him by some him. Is that clear?" Batteries: P. Dean, Harrell and 19 3> 388GAIMES I: Store -
fhiladclphia ,- '. Grocery
friends of mine. Tin. sorry She wasn't angry I Delancey; Schumacher and Man- floston,3)6.)! 1'.320 \
Daphne was cool slightly conUmptaous. now; not 'even Indignant. All her cuso. : 'I : } Roasted in Key We't by SOUTH FLORIDA

There, ;:der.i ktetJe, heat bad been lost In an icy. coldness.: I I 1 'TODAY otmoppMtt.
At *. II. E. iii
Philadelphia :
even then. After 1 left the whole which seemed to fill her leaving her : STAR COFFEE MILL
hard firm. Pittsburgh ...___..._.12 20 2 1Attk&'AN" LEAGUENew PLUiIBINGiStJKt LIES NURSERY
thing came out and be had to chuckup calm. .1' I '
his practice". I You mean you're not &going to Philadelphia. ..._.__._ 511 1 York at Chicago. 512 Greene Street $3e 00 '
I Batteries: Swift and Grace; j}i t PHONE 348 Phone 256
What whole thing obey me? Robert was Incredulous, Washington at St. Louis.
"1 really think dear broke In slightly bewildered In all his dealings Walters Bivin Bowman and VfiV- '' Philadelphia at Detroit. I PHONE 597

Robert that yon must leave It at with his daughter he bad never son, Todd. Boston at Cleveland.
tbat. If Dapbne told you you probably had to face her In this mood.
wouldn't understand. "That's exactly what I taean. You AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE I -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
"Do you think I'm as silly as all don't choose to tell me what be's At Cleveland R. H. : Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. INSURANCE

that?" Alison gave a little harsh supposed to have done." Boston _... ._,..__ '2 6 E.1,I Chicago at Brooklyn. THE KEY WEST
laugh. Daphne laughed. Cleveland ....._.._,..._11 17 St. Louis at New York. J Jewfuk 2 I..... 3S ,

"Even then I think you ought to "SupposedI! My. dear cJal1d.'Dr. Batteries: Rhodes. Vanderbergj { Yellowtail Steak. 2 U... 3Sc Offices 319 Dual Street -

cdmlt that older people have some Lnmley was notorious!" and R. Ferrel, Berg; Hildebrandf I'| Mountain lions once roamed Yellowtail Bo'e, 2 lb.. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR '
sense dear"' Daphne's tone was "Notorious for what?" and BrenzeL i over most parts of the United I)J
2. U.. 25c
smooth."Your father wouldn't Interfere Daphne gave a quick solo:: .' States.,. the east cost: as well as > TELEPHONE NO. 1 e
without enough reason. glance towards Robert as she re New York at Chicago", postponed the West. I Snapper, 2 lbe 25c Subscription $2 Per Year

.)1, fathers believe anything youald plied. "For his behavior towards wet grounds. I j M.tto. Full, 2 1W. 2S
him!" Alison flung the truth at women patients If you must know : Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try Y_r Meals AtDelmomco
her. specially girl patients Washington at St. Louis postponed FRESH SHRIMP
Daphne let It pass wltb a faint "I don't believe It!" The words wet grounds. i ia Paper > : Restaurant
_gesture of despair; It was Robert !burst out.Dapbne. FREE PROMPT.DELIVERY Business Office Citizen .
; RUSSELL'S' 8.41.01. B*.r ......._ lie
who burst out : Y with "Really, shrugged her shoulders Philadelphia ; Detroit, post's,
Alitoa!" aua\'r patiently.: "Qnite hopeless." that pond, wet grounds. j LOWE FISH .COMPANY Building Six Cer* DI...., ...--

"I don't care \* true! Ever since small gesture said and very point i (, PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------- SO. Tike asst *ft.
1 got borne been trying to edl,. But Robert Intervened angrily ........................ ,

make trouble between me and yon!" (CopyrIphtzlll,KtilirM. W lcAI Today's Horoscope, CIGAR STORE
Now that It had come the girl let i
Daphne mk.* an even mere ........................ / AARON .McCONNELLi Our Reputation ii
herself She the of WrapPRITCHARD
go. was on verge horrible iatcMMit ,...._ ,1 : :
.. Today carrier genius. especially -D 536 nStr..t JENNIE B DE BOER
-- M ped package
is Tery .
in diplomacy. The nature a :
....e..e.e.e..e..eToday's I plant biologist, .:: in Chica"-I little too sympathetic, and blows Daily Baseball Returns ,i of FUNERAL HOME

Birthdays 50 years' ago. and sneers will hurt exceedingly,

I though not much show will be By Wire> a Watcb ,'... -
...e.e..e............... made inflicted. If there Deader PRINTINGDONE Drpl Syap.tbtie
Prof. Harold L, Butler of Syracuse of the pain "
James Montgomery Flagg ofNew N. University, eminent should come'a severe shock to the -o- c-n"F::
artist-author I musician and dean of the College affections it is liable to developa COME IN.AND GET THE A NOTARY PUBLIC
noted ,
York ] of Fine Arts born at Silver City, morbid tendency which should RESULTS OF THE WATCHMAKER, JEWELER LICENSED EMBALMER

born near' there, 58 years ago. Ida.. 61 years ago. be strenuously,fought. I MAJOR BASEBALL
Reneldi Carolyn Wells of New York BENJAMIN LOPEZ LEAGUES t i Se. Him For Tour Next Werk AaWa- Service -
U. S. Senator Robert R. -
City, noted author-humorist bornat FUNERAL HOME -o-- ALL PRICES REDUCED r
of North Carolina, born at I t Citizea LADY ATTEMDANT
Rahway. E t.UUKJ 49 Years
> floats<, 9 t* 12 -1 t* Citizen Office
Asheville 51 years ago We *. Oldest SOFT DRINKS
Key *
I. Blanche Sweet. eldtiiee movie 24 H... A.VUac. Service I ETC. I Ores SaUrJay Nffct! .......I4a ...... I..p

Dr. Herman A. Spoehr,of Stanford star born in Chicago, 39 yean J Licensed E.l: ..!....

Uaiverity, noted chemist and' .&e- _-" P..13. $ NlPt .....W

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:-: Q. rr.uu: : .........a...N.a..a..a.NN......._---.------. SUBSCRIBERSIf
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: : : : -by"Motiespotl5hr.
... ... 1- Mrs. Neva Ball Martin, who yesterday afternoon for the hone
----------------------- --------------------saI --- was spending a few days in Key in Miami > you do act r.e.iv! year
West with left ........................ ,
William Johnson I AnnouncementOf friends yesterday paper by 6 15 .'clock i. tk.
I afternoon for the home in Miami. PERSONAL I
Mrs. J. M. Johnson and four -
Weds In.Miami Marriage children left yesterday for aft.raa, call telephone 51

I Robert Ingraham who was Tampa, on the S. S. Cuba, to r. STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,*' and a paper will .. seat !.

WOiam Munson Johnson young. Relatives of the high spending a few days on businessin spend a while with a sister of ,.. .- INDIGESTION victims, why
est son of Mr and Mrs. V. A. ing, parties liave received contract-I] Havana, returned yesterday on Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Belle Santana, suffer For quick relief get a I your hoata. A caEapIaiat My

Johnson, employed by the Florida nouncement of the ,,the Steamship Cuba and in the in Tampa.. free sample of Udga a doctor's i. o. duty at this office from

Power and Light, company, in Mi- Miami Sunday, of Miss Alicia'afternoon left for his home, /at, : prescription, at Gardner's .
6:15 to 7115 for tkpurpo
ami, and Miss Olga B. Learoyd, DuBreuil and Jerry Galindo- lslam, rad.. \ 1, -Mrsi Edjson\Xrcher#* and thrte 1 3 'Pharmacy.jun p.

of New Jersey, were married in Both Mr. and Mrs. Galindo are I I"children who were spending a 18-19-20.25-26-27july2-3-5-9- ** of dclivertBf coat

Miami Saturday. The announcement former Key Westers but have Mrs.' Warren, wife of Dr. Wm.:. week with Mrs. Archer's brother- -; .* 10-llx: plaiat Help a. air! y.. 100

was made by Mr.' and Mrs.' been living for a number of yearsin R. Warren, and daughter Miss in-law and sister, Mr.' and Mrs.: -- SSTSMWtfc 4S I
Johnson today. Miami Mrs. Galindo is a Leanor left yesterday afternoonfor i Milton-Sawyer, left jreeterday afternoon ROOMS pere..t service by callac; SI

Mr. Johnson and Miss Learoydwere graduate of the Convent of Mary a few days visit in Miami! j foe tbe hdnii1n Miami, I if you do not receive Tk Cilisea. -
visitors in Key West several Immaculate. Thye have a wide accompanied'by a nephew, Milton "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00.'

weeks ago. lie to meet the family circle of friends who will be in. Miss Monica,Fort, niece' of Mr.: Eugene Sawyer; -who will spend'a lJ\8lL1/E $2.50 and $3.00 per week .

and old-friends! and Miss terested in this marriage. and.Mrs. J. W. Ludlam. who spent:I vacation in Miami SH007TN6 calf B8YQM9 TKSMXS 11FIGNrfWED Double and Single. 123 N. Eo,.

Lraroyd to meet Mr. Johnson's two days as guest of the Ludlams,i fEW tRDS COW POKY WAS 4th street, Miami, Fla. .1'.11111'.1'1"
family and their circle of relativesand until November in the winter resi- left yesterday afternoon for her Mrs. J. H. Huau and daughterMiss ANO RAM AWAY WITH HEf?. may24-lmox

friends. dence of the bride's parents, 729 home in Homestead. 'Elizabeth left yesterday LEGALS
The newly weds will be at home, Northwest 120th street. afternoon for a visit with rela. mECr4S1EQq ATCOWMBA- FOR REN1 !

tives at points on the East Coast .STVDIOSCOFranEOnlf Crn i\ THE COS'ISTY jrncim ("or"T
Russell Putnam !
ofIiami'l rAr C0 77M MLOYI s EfAs7ESrW'v BICYCLES-WE RENT by the! iM> FOR MONO rorinTT.FI.ORII .
.... .. ... ....1 54 a guest of Mrs. Bladson'l I Mrs. Harriet stewardess > WireA sex-ci.W -- 1 Hour, Day or Week. Repairall I i >t. I> PROBATE.
GIVES PARTIAL : also of Miami. who has taken an Hayden i' makes and paint them with In rr I-'a' of
Today's I|! with the P. and O. S. S. Company IN TH US'7JMDK HK6UN t IDA SCAT FLf ITAS.NOTICE .
i I. apartment and will spend about:I who was spending a vaca. A:'R teN w L MO nOfD flV SHOKlNToday y Nti-Enamel. We carry a full I' D.reas.d.
two months in Key 'WestRev. I TO CRKDITORSTo
i supply of parts. Agent for the
HISTORY MANY Anniversaries tion in New York, has returned to O AR5 CPA SELtWO.4 4If rss Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And all. creditors and all person bav
Ins claims demand
West and will take her or araloitraid
tl Key '
; EL&vfIN
up + B
........................ F.. D. Sullivan. S. J_ was duties on the Steamship Cuba sell them as low as $5.00 I i I Ion. and Estate each: of
up- A SECOND. 771EAcrlONA yon are hereby
FOLK arrival from Miami down and $1.00 week. We.,
1791_Denison Olmstcd. Yale an yesterday on the arrival of the ship from tEt ,,4 ; per :, notified and required. to present any
zfI/1o 2Yl4tP
and is the guest of Rev. William 1' g Buy and Sell all makes of used claims and demand which you or
scientist and astronomer of note I Tampa tomorrow. N0. either of inn have against tile
Of'isfW may
A. R.
Reagan, S. J- and Rev. L. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. .
born Hartford estate of Ida Sear .itall. deceased
near Conn. Died Maureau, S. J- at the rectory of Stowers company, 515 DuTal late.of Monroe County Florida to
JUDGE 'Mrs. .
May 13, 1859. Mrs Mami Moss. ,Helena the Honorable ,
St. Mary's Star of The Sea I 1 f 7 ERrAtlfv IVAS cfl s street apr9-tf Hatch Onus County.Judas
1\ atiye ildwo chUirenVGeorjrc.. pf :MonrwCounty. Florida,
rl .
WRITES LETTER'f01JtGERRY ; ; / ; Church. & 1' I and C NEJY) l4STPRV1fI4NT at bb; office In Ihe County Court-
; ; :. Mrs. ,Rom
.1198-l\fcDon:11d Clarke ikJI4JaLbenrU AP RTl\IENT-elee- {,
eccentric -.-- I DigQTIliN6 N1g7 1 HS FURNISHED :, Mpfq loI..nr- County Florida
", REGARDING 0> leading wlthh. .lit1It .f'<lldar months from
CURTIS', .. .. New York City character e da party 71+EA1TI/CAL C4QEE72 ,. trie ice box. Archie Thompson,!l
noesJUNIOR Manuel Domeneche: who was overthe Fi t publication
terday t :1. .tt laim:
htgkv'y morn- abt :
known '
as the "mad poet, who has 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J.!{r '
PATROLu: while with'relatives in; i .
a 'minor place in literature, born spending a or Miami, wnere they will 'y aliI. .na t.wr..a r I shall be ia writing and contain the
... West Palm Beach, returned may24lmoxjPIANO : ..IMe..t residence and
C; yes. fi' for; two weeks. 1 poet office
.. at Bath, Maine. Died March 5, I t about address of the claimant and shall
: the Havana Special. -- -- ---- -' -
i terday on -- -
I '.- } be sworn to by tbe
18T42. I I t i claimant big
N The following 'is la !'c' py"Of a f Mrs. Clements Jaycocks W'f : Jr.,I 1t ........................ TUNING 1 1I j''Kent or attorney. .
LOCAL I| All such claim and demand notI
Mrs. Charles Salas and
l letter written by Jud'ge 'JeffersonB 1802-Henry Durant, Congrega- Mr. and 't twill leave this afternoon for Miami -I t In History PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo-I I filed within the time and In the
son, who were spending a vacation been called there '' manner prescribed herein shall fro
having on
Browne to J. Gerry Curtis, assistant tional clergyman, first president in different parts of the: account the serious illness of(t.. .....e.aa......-....-.. reno. Excellent piano for sale I'I'void.Dated
of the Univ. of California born at of GOES ON TRIP the 4th day of June X D.
FERA administrator inKey Division street
Acton Mass. Died Jan. 22, 1875. state, have returned accompanied;: her father, T. Frank Russell, Sr. 1812-War officially began be- cheap. f I I IJJi.
West in reply to a request by Mr.' Salas' sister Miss Rosej I tween the United States and m23-lmo I J. FRANK FI EITAS.
All Administrator of the Eatate 91:
made for an address to the color- 1811-Frances Sargent Osgood. Salas of Tampa. I 1|l Mrs. Otis Norris and son Al,i Britain. I Rev. Alfred de Barntt. pastor I Ida Seay Fleita, \deceased.

ed people in connection with the popular but forgotten poetess ;!: who were visiting Mrs. Norris';I of Trinity Presbyterian church of : FOR SALE I W.Attorney CURRY for HARRIS.Administrator
organization of the Junior Patrol born in Boston. Died at Hing- V. C. Spencer deputy sheriff;|: mother Mrs. J. A. Knowl s. left\ this city, left on the afternoon 't Jao.1-ll.il.

unit: ham, Mass., May 12, 1850. from the Hillbboro County of-j Sunday for the home in Miami. I 1815-Historic battle of Water.I train yesterday for a vacation in MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 600 -
fice in Tampa left yesterday aft- j' loo-Napoleon finally defeated sheets $1.25. The Artman \\\\\\\'IIII
"I regret that I was unable to l- North Carolina and will be away

comply with your request to makea 1850-Cyrus H. K. Curtis. ernoon with a prisoner wanted!I lI J. W. Marzyck.. Jr.',. left Sun.'\ by Wellington.i 1!from Key West for; about six Press Citizen Building.
in Tampa and captured in Key I i _____ Jun27tf SPEND
talk to the young colored people Philadelphia's famed publisher of (day afternoon accompanying his 'wceks.r .
1 I
*'hom'you are organizing into the magazines, born at Portland, West i taunt i 1r.... Frank Curry, who was Ir r! r Mrs. DeBarritt and their daugh- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I YOURI
f Died
'I 1835-(100 years ago)
Junior PatroL"I Maine. visiting her brother-in-law and I {I ter anticipate leaving to join Mr.i .
Died June
7 1933. The Artman
of the William Coblwtt famedKnglish cards $1.25. i
J. ] 72,
have listened to so many I Captain i sister, )lr. and Mrs. J. W. Mar| aged i I DeBarritt in about two weeks. ug7 VACATION !
Eastern Company arri-i 1 controversialist journalist -
platitudinous talks that I have a 1853-William H. West,'One of Steamship | zyck. and will spend his vacati* i
horror of being included in sucha the most celebrated minstrel per- ved yesterday from New York to!1 in Miami with the Currys. i radical and politician. FUR SALE-Two = THIS YEAR INFLORIDA :
take command of the Steamship: FORD SERVICE!
category I long since made it I formers of his day, born at Syracuse 1 I 1 The Citizen office I i
bundles for 5e.
Florida, which left for New York
rule not to talk subject N. Y. Died in Chicago, Feb. j
a on any this morning. j FRUIT SHIPMENT 1845-1,000 Arabs who had re- octiej i I II I j
15 1902. ,
that does 'not call for any special t t fused to surrender suffocated by i DURING WEEK\
study, thought knowledge and ?1 HEALTH!I
or Mrs. Joseph B. Pierce who was 1 I ,I smoke upon the order of the I -- TYPEWRITING PAPER 800)) ,.
which almost who is!
upon anyone Henry
Clay Folger, t
called do well I.- the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French commander, iit a cave in I i Ford owners should not overlook sheets; 75c. The Artman Press.augi. j
upon can as as Standard Oil head owner of the //III"'tll"\\\\
Pierce, left yesterday afternoon I Algeria. the advertisement carried by I ,>
"The work that you under- i finest library of Shakespearians
arty .
for her home in Coconut Grove. -- --- I Tremor and Morris Inc. in this I
taking with the colored children, in America now in Washington, I ;
| Regular weekly shipment f of The Citizen. SECOND SHEETS-500 for SOe.-:
.should and I hope will, have a j born in New York. Died June 11, tissue I
beneficial effect, it stir J I 1930. Lawrence Thompson, of Mate fruits and vegetables will arrive i 1926-International Eucharistic I During this week the Trevor I(II The Artman Press. ug7j PALACEHenry

ambition in them to as emulate may some cumbe, who was in Key West on I tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash 1't Congress opens in Chicago. I and Morris Repair Department is,i Hull-Warner Oland in
I business.. left yesterday afternoonfor Grocery 1117 Division street. featuring an attractive summer i WANTED I WEREWOLF OF LONDON
of the colored people who
his home. The shipment which includes a I 1954:: -73rd Congress adjourn- special and will grind valves, remove 1 Richmondin
lived In Key West, who were a "Another thin; that the early I Dorothy
'I large variety of both fruits and ed. carbon and tune up the engine WANTED chance to bid on, CIRCUS SHADOWS
credit to themselves, who were re- Key West colored people wen
Mrs. Paul Lowe, who was spend vegetables is expected to arrive j at a price far less than what your next printing order. The: MaUaeot 10-lSej Nights lS-25c
spected by the white citizens of distinguished: f r, and which the !L
in the Subscribe to The Citizen. 'lone Job. Artman Press ng7
ing a while with relatives, left early evening. usually pays for a similar
Key: West, and particularly by coming generation; miy well emu. |

those of southern ancestry. lete. is tbeironto and respectful -

"I know of no place that has bearing end cood manners. "..
had so many colored. people "An outstanding' example of

worthy of emulation by the.young. this was Peter W. Bryant, who
people of their rice: m.rried.Leila Whalton; a"descendent

"In a letter suggesting the of Hannah Brooks who successfully REGULAR SCIENTIFIC i

'name of Nelson English Park. I brought into the world ,,,, ,
gave more or less a history of the without the aid of a doctor most // //ii 1.

family of which James D. Eng- of the peope! born in Key West
lish was the fornder, which I will J between'1840 and 1870. Peter's CLEANING WILL I

not repeat here but will mention t politeness was spontaneous and : i

lhe fact that his daughter. Grace, not a studied effort to be gracious.

now the wife of Edward Palacious. "Colonel R. H. M. Davidson, / I
worthily carried the family who for -. '
on many :years representedthis I
tradition for many years as a district in congress, told the U .; : 7 Prolong the Life and
4 _
teacher in one of our colored pub. writer this incident: He once went .
lid schools which suffered' great into a store in Quincy and there r

loss when she severed her1" eonflec was a colored m_n there being ... 5 Beauty of Your Rug

tion with it. tier: daily presenceat Waited on. When he saw the _. .
school was an object lessonin colonel he told the clerk.: "Waiton / r s 17f -;-
itself and ih, ;yxample she setof Colonel Davidson first" The r: --
life your rugs are not scientifically cleaned at least once a year, their daily dose of dirt
an uprgiht as a worthy colonel was a man of the most r .
descendant or' rorth rifeltillrb{ !, \ f courtly m.nnera--a veritable Sir I ''C' t : s ,becomes imbedded deep down in the rugs' fibers. Then your shoes, grinding upon this !

more then can value be'faq learned',character: from,bpijd books.ing, Walter the Raleigh.store, he As turned he wsi to leaving the- I ____ w r g I ts nr"' .,. r \ -di(rt.-f! oaken the:,fibers-and the'chemicals found in most dirt tend to'bleach the colors. 1

"Another group to be mention colored man and !said "It was very' t i' 4 -. 4- That's T hy it is so important to have your rugs scientifically.cleaned: regularly. Furthermore -
ed U: the Hannibal family; repre polite of you. John, and I appre. it "
sentatives of which excelled in ciate it." John lifted his hat to clean rugs make an amazing difference in the appearance of your' rooms.
carpentry bricklaying and ma. the colonel and said. "Colonel, I V After our cleaning, your rugs' own rich colors arc brought to light again to make the
sonry, and who led rpright lives. always tries to be polite and peo- ..."
"In music the field was exten. ple does say that you and me is the .. entire room look sunnier: and more beautiful. And of course you realize that only

ive. The Key West Silver Cor- two politest men in Gadvien coun clean*rugs are SANITARY!I"j ,

net Band, trained and developedby ty." This anecdote is worthy- of .
a retired Army Bandmaster, Peter Bryant.
Charles E. G. Blake and compos.ed "The Welters family is anotherof I A It takes modern, scientific equipment to revive brilliant colors and clean rugs CLEAN.

of native sons of Key West for the outstanding families whom So if you want your rugs to last longer and look brighter and more beautiful, send
many years held the palm as the the Junior Patrol should tIT to

best band in Florida, won at every emulate. It furnished teachers, them=to us this week.

Fair or other date contest. musicians and for many years i

"Who that heard and danced to here was a Welters among the Bar It Takes More
the music of the colored orchestrain of West.
pilots Key
days zone Ly does not long for "The Seville family is another E t O. t I When your prized Oriental rugs are entrusted to our care,

it* rhythm and melody that put the outstanding one. particularly as Than A Brush And A Pail pen a we do more than carefully clean them. We skillfully! rePair -

life of spring: in one's feet and musicians-and always distinguished i ." S' -, .. them so that rips and holes are made.jnvlslble,

caused dancers to float gracefully: by their respectability. 'Trudy R ug R' deal to their value and .
Of 1' ep.I lDgthus adding a great usefulness.Columbia
over the floor with: the very Seville the oldest living member, Soapy: Water t.'t .

poetry of motion! Who is there now well in the nineties, merits It .., ..a r' I
,,ko would not love to hear that and receives the respect and :' f "' w. o" '
: : .
excellent orchestra in preferenceto friendship of all the old white ..: '!..:- ut "' 1'L ." 71' .

which the tries blare to of emulate the saxophone the raucus, ftmilies."There are many other estimable To Properly Rug \ f d; at Laundry I

call of the peacock but dismallyfails and worthy families .among .Clean34 : Kjt: = ; :

and makes: the peac k'. our colored people and the ?oung *# *

song by campa.-ison sweet melody, ones whom you are organizing into I
and the incessant tom-tum-tum of the Junior Patrol, should take You can't get rid of the dirt that's deep. Acme Carpet Service of Miami

the bass drnm svir3stire of voodoo of these outstanding % II
aa patrons some -
down in the fibers with home
gatherings in Black Haiti or people and try and reach the cleaning
the sounds in the woods that re. proficiency nad high station "which cilities. You can't rinse oirc all the soap Expert Rug and Carpet? CleaningDyeing Repairing! MothproofingSewing

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