The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00045
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I Awoclated Service.Preu Day Wire tEb e. iW' t5 t (Citizen! t := I most Key West equable:, Florida weather, has in the the

For 55 Years Devoted to the I country; with an average

I Best Interests of.Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit I



Washington And Pieping Plan! ,; i LANDIS[ EXPLAINS THIRTY-EIGHT- STATES REPRESENTED IN Declaration Of Grievances Adopted At


Changes In Diplomatic PostsTwo .T ONSMALLLOANS I ;Republican Rally' Of Disturbing Nature

[ Represented in the registrationbook used to traveling on yachts and I

1 i at Old Island Trading Post, their predilection for the deepened
i! .
r conducted during the tourist season waterway and lack of interest for, --
Capitals Make Announcement FERA CARNIVAL ATTORNEY:' GENERAL ,CLARI- by Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke,. bridges can be readily understood. I

are visitors from 38 states and 11 What the visitors generally )hk GILFOND.FAILS STEAMER FLORIDA Members Of Congress In

Of Proposals 1NBAYVIEWPARK FIES MATTERS ESPECIALLY foreign countries.- I ed the most were the picturesque

PERTAINING TO FEES OF There are several! hundred : quaintness of the city architccj TO GET 'ORDERS LEFT YESTERDAY G 0. P. Organization

To Raise Legations NIGHT names on the register which does I j turc, restful atmosphere climate, I !

e TOMORROW ATTORNEYS I not by a wide margin represent j fishing and tropical! vegetation '. Fret Over Activities
To EmbassiesBy the number of visitors. Large Keenest interest was displayedin ON NEW\ SETUPKEY i ENROUTE NORTH

I crowds were continually being entertained breadfruit trees old fortifica- Carried On

YOUNG AND OLD WILL AS. 4 By A.M rla.r4 Press) at this uniquely interest-' tions the old styles of houses built I -

HERBERT PLUMMER IInv t TO I TALLAHASSEE, Fla-, June 18. ing establishment! and it was im- as were the old wooden ships with WEST ADMINISTRATORMAKES I i, VESSEL WILL TAKE UP SUM-
<< AMlte l Prrnmt SEMBLE AT GROUNDS ,-Attorney General Cary D. possible to have them all register. the same technique and structural I,

WASHINGTON Jane 19.-I TAKE IN MANY FESTIVITIESTO i Landis today held the Florida States represented are: Arkansas strength: mahogany trees and all REFERENCE TO I MER RUN'' BETWEEN NEW By Dr HERBERT Associate PLUMMER
.. Press>
I Alabama Connecticut California tropical plants.Disillusionment
THero i* an important personal BE PUT ON I i !small loan law prohibits lenders Colorado. Florida Georgia .I', was expressed MATTER OF CEASING DIRECT YORK AND PORTLAND AND i WASHINGTON, J._ 19_Tk.

'charging borrowers any amount Illinois. Iowa. Kentucky, by the lack of fchade trees on the RELIEF TO CLIENTS BAR HARBOR MAINE "declaration of grievance adopt.ed .
angle 10 announcement from [ for attorney's fees if the loan is Kansas Louisiana, Massachusetts -i'.!>tceets. It was explained that I

Washington and Pieping that diplomatic Young people of Key West, and less than $300, and the legal interest Michigan\ Maine Missouri ( though at one time there were by the ".ra.. root*" republican -

." Ll .h.e.t. ii in these older persons, too, will have an rate of 3 1-2 percent a Jersey, Minnesota New York Maryland North ,Carolina New'''1 all hundreds been uprooted of these or trees otherwise they had destroyed Relative to the announcementby Steamship. Florida of the Peninsular -! rally at Springfield ilL, con.

I opportunity tomorrow night to month is charged. I Harry L. Hopkins Federal and Occidental Line sailed
New Hampshire, Nebraska by the several terrible j twined several reference .f a di..
two eapital..tire ta be raised fromlel.tio. participate in a carnival at Bay- I Replying to an inquiry from Ohio Oklahoma".. Pennsylvania.\ hurricanes of former years. Emergency Relief Administrator yesterday morning for New York'I

.*,.to te.mbaie* whick far view Park being sponsored by the 'Comptroller Lee, Land *.,aid ,f.he! Rhode Island., South Carolina, Another need -whish. called for i thatorders had been issued to the to take up the summer run be.I tarbiar nature to G. O. P men.

recreation department; of the Key [r law reads; I II Texas Tennessee Vermont Virginia -i expressions of disappointment was Florida Emergency Relief Administration tween New York and Portland hers of congress.Grievance .

ontwcigaetKo-political significanceoftbe West Administration: I I "In addition to the interest i iI Washington State Washington .t the lack of transportation facili- to cease: granting; direct and Bar Harbor, Maine, under'I
D. C., Wisconsin and West', ties. No street car: system, no No. 6,for .....pl.,
,move.; ,,, Starting at 7:30: p. m., a va- herein provided for; no further or Virginia.. I 11 busses Others who contemplate [:relief after July 1, M. E. Gilfond charter to the Eastern Steamship)!

Ac ,a'matter of fact there'. little riety of entertainment will be offered I I other charge or amount whatsoever :. Foreign countries: Cuba Can-j ed buying complained of lack 'ofl[:relief administrator of Key ,West Company. I "He (President Roosevelt) Las re.

..the It those attending the affair. for any examination service,, ada., Panama Canal Zone, Mexico rewerage and water.supply. i told The Citizen he had not as yet Practically all deck and en- daced the congress to a tramp
significance' to chance. I
I A free performance with a variety brokerage, commission or otherthing Bahama Islands Isle of Pines, who were deeply interested and received any instructions. gineroom personnel are with the'
I[ Grand Cayman France England, remained to investigate: with intentions of time (error" Again; ;in Griev.
decided because Japan was
wa of numbers is to be presented I or otherwise, shall! be directly Scotland and Sweden. of investing deferred action According to Mr. Hopkins an- ship and actively engaged except I

going to do it anyway and since! during! the evening. \ or indirectly charged contracted Whenever possible an expres- because of the "deplorable nouncement unemployed persons! Captain Wellington M. White spec No: 9. member of both senate .

that would hare lifted her dipl.f Games of skill will be provided for or received except the lawful sion of opinion relative to Key I tax situation." will be aided only in the form of who is en route to join llrs.1White \ and I._.. were described na
and a boxing match between two I fees if any actually and necessarily -: West! its attractions and needs, A large number of Canadians work, which means, according to and spend the summer vacation "
mates ia Peiping'' war, asked of the visitors by Mrs. expressed the oelief that more npioa cong re**."
representative bf Key West's young professional i paid out by the licensee( the : J administration executives that at the home in Belfast,
Kirke Miss Leonella Lester her advertising in the periodicals of
above the British and American. I> fighters will be offered. I lender) to any public officer for i assistant! or, and the replies give a| Canadian cities worJJ be of great approximately 20,000 persons Maine I Not since Henry P. letcher.

Through the recreation department filing or recording; or releasing in! highly interesting insight of the, benefit. I mutt: look to city and county agencies Captain J. Hammond of the, chairman of the republican national .
the latter countries agreed to act: i
f '
i appreciation was expressed'!' any public office, any instrument I different thoughts engendered in!j All of the foregoing information for aid when the program be- Eastern Steamship Company U committee, made hit cele.

together. I j this morning for the cooperation j, securing the* loan which fees maybe the minds of visitors from other including the expressions of comes effective. in command of the vesseL Other brated statement opening the

received from merchants of the when the loan is made I' sections and lands: i f.approbation and si-e versa, arc It is estimated that I officers I 1934 congressional campaign !lat:
bow- collected possibly of the
Two veteran diplomats city. They"have contributed most j i I Probably the most remarkable from the records of Mrs. Kirke including company: sailing on July that when a medal is struck
1 at time thereafter' eight percent of the people on re- the vessel are Port Captain Mul- for the 73rd
or it should be
ever, move into a_ sphere of en- of the prizes which are to be of- any views were expressed by those who Tier personal correspondence congress
fered tomorrow night. I The rule of construction the I I I '. lief rolls are classified as unemployable holland Port Steward O'Brien "a rubber stamp, lying down" ha;
larged influence and prestige ink I were asked concerning the proposal with many of the visitors,
which includes :and Chief Steward Hanson. The
there been
made such
I I broadside
I a
general said "is that I I to build bridges the and secured for publication
Washington and Peiping by theircountry's attorney over wa-I were aged persons and children. These latter will be in charge of the department attack.
action. One is Nelson; MRS. R. PUTMAN !t when a statute prohibits the doing,'I i ter gaps on the Oversea Highway., through the courtesy of Mrs. it is shown must turn to local ) on the Florida. Political

Trusler J Johnson the American of a thing or things, whether by i Fully 90 percent were absolutely Kirke. I agencies unless the new state)II i I Among the others from KeyWest I Emb.rr..t'hile
| f indifferent to bridges but j Mrs. Kirke states the trading the republicans are in
becomes I I specific or general terms, but provides bdard of social welfare can find making the trip on the ship
minister to China who TO SUMMER HERE f were keenly interested in deepen- post will be closed for the sum- I: I the minority they are a part of
exceptions thereto, the ex- tome way to get federal funds. are A. R. Miller superintendentof
ambassador. The other is Dr. ing the inland from Ba- mer months, The record shows
watrway except on special oc- congress. man:
ceptions contain all the permissible the P. and O. Company, Mrs.\
Yung Kwai counselor of the, hia Honda to Key West.It t casions when a request is madsfor : have voted for basic measures of:
acts under the statute Miller and their niece Sirs H. IF.
is reasonable conclude until the i MARKERS PLACED I II I I the New Deal. It
to t it to be opened beginning they are to be
Chinese legation here and the, PREFERS TO SPEND TIME IN "Therefore, the only exception ,! 'Richards John Key, port stew
I that most of these were people of the tourist season. taken to task by their brethren
inpeillL.pfEere. contained in the statute is that : ard of the P. and O. Company,
Washington n
,oldest diplomat KEY WEST RATHER -1 pie., license may. in.. addition to I I: ---- .. -L "_ .S-.I I I ON MANY TREES!I. Mrs. Key and son' Jack going to as Ibey" we n.b'tkaj.t.... TfJ, {!! '
: -'i.: i 'r ers, political embarrassment u
f'the interest; charge for lawful Boston for a visit. J. F. Leach:
Johnson considered one of the THAN ELSEWHERE fee as therein provided. This act''! AMERICAN WOMAN TRAINS BOY KING 1 engineer with the F. E. C. Car inevitable for them when' they
'' 1--- come for reelection in 30
ablest>> career men in the Amer- i is a police regulation and i is> susceptible Ferry Company and Mrs. Leach up
ican foreign service went to to that construction" BY BEAU; Mrs. J. B. Sullivan and two children The "grass roots" rally objected 1
Preferring to spend; her summer -i OF YUGOSLAVIA IN SUMMER CAMP particularly to the $4.800,000,000
Mrs. wife Engineer
I Russell of -
China as a young man. He knows in Key West rather than at I TIFICATION DEPARTMENT work-relief appropriation "foirerl
:I Guilreymo Russell of the
the country as few occidentals and I resorts in the mountains Mrs. Russell j i MANY SEEKING OF FERA from a supine congress." The final
(fly AssseIaed. r.,... I Florida .their children and Miss j .
of Miami has vote this in the hoi
the language fluently. And Putman on measure : e
speaks : :I apartments. the 1.. T. Braeasbaj I I By JAMES A. MILLS in the institution groups of children I Shirley Vetasco and Miss Fae shows that 29 republicans votr the Chinese know him. |I I HOUSING HERE i!i Adams, Mrs. H. L Kesson and
home on White street and will re- !, ]i SELCE Yugoslavia June 19.- from different parts of I for and 63 againet. In the senate
Has Labored 50 Years Little King Peter of Yugoslavia 'I Bronze copper markers are being J son, Mrs. L. G. Sands wife of Assistant
I main for about two months. j I Yugoslavia so that the 10 voted for and'9 against.Mr.
memory Sands
the Engineer
labored for has joined the rummer con- placed on the trees alongg Miss
Yung Kwai has Mrs. Putman has as her guest camp Roosevelt also is criticizedfor
!I of American benevolence and principal streets of Key West Josie Sullivan stewardess of the]
morel Mrs.1Eaker ducted here for Yugoslav byt
China in Washington for another resident of Miami. MORE HAN TWO DOZEN PERSONS orphans having "debased our nr
Gladson. who came for a''1 I : by an American woman. Mrs. sacrifice may be widespread in{:, the beautification department ofi P. and O. Company and sister. i rency and devaluedhe dollar."
lIe remembers
than 50 years. brief visit and has decided to remain WRITE TO KEY WESTADMINISTRATION I 3ftbcl Gruitch formerly of Clarks- the land and serve as a bond of, the Key West Administration. j I The Record
shaking hands with General Grant, !i, l.urg. W. Va.. wife of Dr. Slavko ':I The markers show both the
for two weeks at least. They friendship'with the United States. : t, WAR TIME BOX I The record shows that on the
the first American president he both t express themselves as being j i Gruitch marshal! of the royal The American committee of the'I: bctanical and common names for!'I'' Thomas gold devaluation and

ever met. ,As an attache of the delighted with the city and the 1 court at Belgrade. i!i I! home is headed by Hamilton Fish;, the trees. This procedure is ex greenbacks amendments 30 house
Chinese legation he sat in the diplomatic location of their summer home. i I i[I Tired of his endless round of :' Armstrong of New York. I peeled to be of considerable help'to j I;: CARS RETIRED republicans voted for and 79
I E More than two dozen :,: :1 I the interested tourist, who I
Mrs. Putman and Mrs. Gladsonare j| persons rtudies and military training Mrs Gruitch's husband. Dr.I comesto i against In the senate on th>
gallery of the former school mates of Mrs. ;asked]j' for information relative to'[I which are designed to fit him to Slavko Gruitch who as undersecretary Key West wanting to know II ] Ace question 13 republican,.
when Grover Cleveland was in-,, :i housing accommodation in Key!i, become the :4 more aboa the! various flora here. '
sovereign 11-year-old
It at Mrs. !
Moffat. for !
Victor was 1 foreign affairs at] OLD 40 AND 8'S" OF A. E. F. voted for 18 against. The silver
augurated. lie has known per-!! Moffat's solicitation they visited West, both for summer and winter -: monarch is romping lustily with I II Belgrade received the Austrian I+t The classification and labeling,I bill's passage was aided by 14

eonally every president since liar-' Key West and after a short period last month, the monthly report -i the hundreds of poor children ultimatum which started the great was done by Ralp F.. Gunn. land-]],I DAYS ARE NOW LUXURY I house and 7 senate republican ,

rison.: i decided to spend their vacations : of ti.1 housing department of maintained at Mme. Gruitch's I: war, and who was the first Yugoslav nape architect with the adminijtration. ':I VANS as contrasted with 71 in the hop ''>
i the Key West Administrationshows !,I orphanage, The markings; are blU'e Just graduated from Yale with! here. j minister to Washington as- II and 19 in the senate arise votedthe )
I I II J JI it was said on the most recent i I
i King Gains; Weighting 'I sisU his wife in running the in- other way. ,
dream of being' a scientist. he i The interest being shown in: I taxonomy found in: Encylcopedia ]:
I ...}< Peter he hash had stitution. He has-given generously I II The agricultural adjustment act
I MRS. T. SPENCER says (Dy Associates! Press)
West I of Horticulture edited !
first came to Washington to trans.) Key as a sunpnerregret; as; sucha gned time in Like J s 1 of his slender fwrtdd for the' upkeep by Liberty II claimed the II1Ipport'oft9 house
I I I the winter, in.1 1I Hyde Bailey: Flora of the Florida I PARIS,' Jane 18. Those 49
late sonic sitate papers for ,the, well as one for !{, ; his }date father, he is an I II I'r of the hundreds. children ; ] republicans as compared to 73
'''dirates that Key West can develop -'I en1.husiaaJ J Keys by J. K. Small and Flora and 8" box cgr: #;, so dear (!) to
Chinese: legation. He has been i DIED YESTERDAY: tic' fisherman and* he holds the I I who are yearly admitted to the the American against, while senate republicans
I! hearts of the Expeditionary
,, a year round, tou.rist.. u \- of 'the Panama Canal Zone, by,
here ever .feintey. rising from the i 'l record among the boys here for,I orphanage. Forces in 1917 are) divided equally, 16 voting for and
it i& felt. ,, -j' Paul C. Standley. ]
_____ ness I IA'copy
I 1 I I ; ',the greatest number of/hh caught. [ Visits Foreign'' Fleets I r 16 against ,
poet of an 'obscure: translator to! 1I*1 I i Since the housing! department |I' of the list of trees labeled ', being retired from active service
Peter learned cooking his When King-'Peter here he, Republicans lined thin way
from came up
FUNERAL SERVICES TO BECONDDUCTE"o started rummer.1}i ] with their location has been' and made into homes. for summer II
counselor of the legation and'charge operating last '
: mother and so he cooks all the'! planted a number of trees around!I Il 'I' for NRA: house, 54 for, 50
d'affaires in the abbence': THISAFTERNOON rentals' handled by it have'I fish! he catches and then gives; a l the orphanage which is situated I i, prepared by Mr. Gunn and copies'II railway campers. against. Senate 10 for JO:

of the minister. j I I amounted to more than $25,000.I;I picnic-dinner to all the poor children -!1, right on the clear blue waters of : ere available for those wanting' The French state railways an.! against.
nounced that the "Homines 40-
them. :
This for the most part represents i ,
I The Frazier-Lemke bill in'
I' of the neighborhood of Selce. the Adriatic.I I I j jl !
his ; Chevaux
Yung Kwai, was country'sofficial outside brought to Key 8" must have been des-
I money Since coming here. King Peter!I King Peter's greatest joy "while declared unconstitutional pa pd
spokesman here during J I' West through appeal which' is be- has gained four pounds and looks here is to visit the American and]' REV. SUMMERS I tined for human habitation after, the house 133 to IS (no roll call 1.

the troublous days when China] Mrs. Teresa Spencer age 68, ing made to tourists. i!I much more robust than he did at other foreign battleships which I'l ,: all !: In the senate the republican vot-
Officials won't whether
and Japan were in a death grip wife of W. B. Spencer died at I Belgrade. frequently anchor along the say was 16 for 11 against.
over Manchuria. When Washington her 525 United street' I ARRIVES ; they got the idea from the ward There 24 republicans' in tli.
residence. LIHTTENDERDUE Daily Meal. Forty Cents Adriatic shore. He makes friends HEREi are
from the English who have
appealed to both countries to yesterday afternoon) at 4:30] I immediately with the sailors who I I or al senate and 103 in the house Even
hostilities he and Debuchi. The juvenile sovereign has I It i similar idea in practice but at,
cease o'clock following a brief illness.' I delight the little sovereign by subtract the progressive bloc and
: learned to sing the American naBonal rate the freight cars are now
then Japan's ambassador virtually, The funeral will be held this, TOMORROW J showing him their pet monkeys]t FORMER KEY WEST PASTOR any I the cone of apostasy it fii'v'!
took their abode at the state !I, } anthem along with the oth- being turned out as luxurious;;
up afternoon 5 o'clock from the! 1 and wide. 'rf '
at dogs cats, parrots, mongooses t
< er boys and girls at the orphanage "hobo j!
department. For diplomatic rea- I LEAVE SHORTLY TO wagons.
it for each to chapel of the Pritchard Funeral j i I .I which was founded 12 years ago j: other mascots. | American exdoughboyx would
sons was necessary
avoid meeting the other and the, Home !901) Division of The street Sea Catholic to St., IVY WILLL LEAVE TORTUGAS by Mme. Gruitch as a memorial to;' I'I'O NEW DUTY never recognize their old :friends.I PINEAPPLES"COJHINGSLOW

game of hide and seek they playedin 1\Pary.s'Star Church Rev. A. L. Maureau of TONIGHT ON RETURN 1 those Americans who served Serbia -,I ANNOUNCE DEATH By the time the company get.
the vast corridors of the department -' a wounded soldiers and stricken : I through with them, there isn't
fidating.I TRIP civilian population in the world i, I !i smell left.They're : \
was one of the mostacurious S.t Rev George E. Summers, former even a horsey
Survivors are the husband W.B. OF H. F. NORRIS '
scenes ever enacted in war. The f>tan and Stripes floats, pastor of the First Methodist I\I white-washed outsideand
brother E. V. F.II '
Spencer; proudly over the institution, which: fitted inside like house-
I I church in Key West, returned to a
Washington. Brough niece. Mrs. Frederick!I II i BUT ONE CAR OF PRODUCTS
I j I ; t is-one of the finest in Yugoslavia. the boat. Each car has six beds al:
Seen Many Change I Brooks the latter two being, of!|, Information ""as'tod3Y received the city last night over highway -
Chinese! politics have undergone .' Jacksonville. I I I by radiophone from ,the L :bt-' King Peter als). has learned some'I Friends of Mrs. H. F. Norris received after attending the annual"| gas stove a sink, bedding chairs ARRIVES ON FERRY

many changes since Yung, house Tender Ivy which sailed t American ,'frames. the fad news yesterday of conference at Orlando. I and a table. !
Kwai first came to Washington' ][ Monday night for Tortugas and It costs Mme Gruitch 40 cents'! the sudden death of Mr. Norris on I 'Mr. Summers is assembling his' i While traveling a whole car LAST NIGHT

The Manchh dynasty' was in power FEW SPONGE SOLD I' other stations, the vessel is sail- a day'to; board King Peter whose{ Jane 7 in Baltimore. Md*,. where effects and making other preparations costs the price of'three full third-

when he became a diplomat. ing !0) o'clock tonight for Key West.Superintendent i appetite& 'has grown enormouslyI they went after: spending the win- to leave tomorrow or class fares Standing still they
Fourteen Chinese ministers have, W. W. Demerit I since he came here. It costs about I ter in Key West. I Friday for Jacksonville to assume j i cost about $1.30 a, day. | One car of pineapples was received

presided over the little legation on IN MARKET TODAY;I is on the vessel and a party of,. the tame to maintain the other The Norris family came to Key charge of Wesley Memorial church)I By stating prospective itincrjI yesterday afternoon for

19th street and he has served under people interested in the work at 1 300 children at the institution. i Wect last winter to spend a vaca-j tin I that district 1 j I I aries when renting the ears, racationists transfer at the railway's rack.
nine. Fort Jefferson and also the nesting t A-.rKa. Friendship Aba tion in the city where he ,:' Accompanying )fr. Summers is!| or even permanent hobos The ear contained 673 crater

Yung Kwai is more of a westerner But few offerings; were made of sea birds at Bird Key. i The general world depressionhas .' wooed and won his wife. This was George Persons of the George I I:I can be sure of gas and water being which were transferred to three
than easterner in appear sponge lots at the municipal wharf'I Tender Poinciana is being prepared forced Mme. Gruitch to seek their first visit to Key West since I I Perkins company.' In=-, of Kissim-; turned on whenever the car refrigerator' and sent out last

ance. His English is faultless. His this morning. The largest lot was. for a trip.through the inland' assistance from the Yugoslav people that time. ';''I meer who will return with him. I I comes to a station. night.It .

hair is and he wears a close of wool sponges and sold for $350.'I waterway and is expected to leave for what she says is in fact an I During their stay they renewed ]|' Asked when the new pastor for I I Company rules forbid the use is understood that about 16

ly-eropped gray mustache.He Other smaller Iota brought $56'i Friday with Superintendent De- American: war memoriaL She old acquaintances and made a i" the First Church will arrive Mr. of the super-elegant freight cars cars will arrive on the ferry

Is interested gray gray intensely in $14.50 and $9.60. Scattered of- m ritt. who wilt make an' insPection says the hopes her friends in the I number of friends who will deeply i Summers said he expected Rev. as stables and the first users of j Palma this afternoon which wilt

things American and delights talking ferings brought $15 making the Ii of aids navigation along. Unite4 States win not forget her. regret learning of Mr. Norris' lB. Cnlpepper. Jr., would J'j the refurnished "40 and 8" were I probably be the last large shipment

about them. I I total sales approximately $445. the rou Meet Gmiteh's aim is .to have. death. Monday. a group of boy scouts. of the fruit for the season.



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'. ftc -lug -CUfyn I 'UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED P TODAY'S WEATHER ]11!!Today's Horoscope

'Publi.hed Dally Except\ Bandar By Let us be sure that Key West does ...SS.S....CSSSSSSSSSS.S
'THE CITIZEN PCBUSHnra: CO.. INC by p 8h '- -- !
not mad in the pursuit of ? You have an outdoor nature-
L. P. ARTMAt Pr*UBt go strange gods. .
JOE ALLEX.. AMUtaat B..I.*.* M.m.*... Temp.e.tareeiighest north portion; weather partly t broad, genial temperament, a
From The;Gttlten Balldlnc Let us use 'enough common sense to un- } ................... ...... ...__931 i: overcast tonight: and Thursday j jI I healthy body, with a love for
Corner Green and Ann Street derstand the exact place of Key West in I Lowest .. ...... ........ ... ._...:.......79!j I with local showers tonight: and|1f t rough! or for life. The
: sports
Mean ....................::... ,..... ...._86 I, open
and Monroe Only Dally Newspaper In Key Feet Normal Mean .. .............. !
County. I day. mental and the prospect! is for a
Key West will not become as largeas Rainfall ;
Entered at Key West, Florida, as second. class matter Yesterday's Precipitation .06 ins.1|'j East Gulf: Gentle variable large family or a large aggregation -,
I FlFTY-.X'MI TEAR New York or London. If it does ,the I : ----r .. Normal Precipitation .. .15 Ins.I 1 I winds o""cr south portion and mod. of friends and for the accumulation > -

time is so far in the future that there is no JEt TRA litatiA Thin' ...........rr. 34-h..r'....,...;Aerate to fresh west winds! over ; of some wealth. Fortune -
MraWr of the AMoeUle Preis t ..fi.. *.1'4' feVlork, tale ..?.!.*:,- I north portion. t i ian exceeding happy one
The AlM>rlated Press la exclanlrely. entitled to nee gain to be obtained by spending our time Tomorrow'. Almanac '
cfedned to S r r DUR/A& 7W ILM/NG OF ......, .' .
fur renMblleatlon of all *w dlapatekea Sun rises 5:38 a m.
It .r not otherwise credited In this paper and aluoIhe in such dreaming. Key West! will, we may fi )'a ,?t WAL"ASARFWLTAF Sun'sets'' *..:::'..=.:..-: .:: 't:19 p. m. WEATHER CONDITIONSThe !I BENJAMIN LOPEZ

_local news pabllifeod kern be sure, continue, to have a reasonable, .. WlJCI! SONCzZir NAD 70 Moon rises 4A _1 0:43 p. m. FUNERAL HOME
+- PUSW"A T-EANGTT AROUND Moon sets A- _... 9:31 a. m. Mississippi! Valley disturb Established 49 Year
steady growth. That is all that we need! "
EDITORIAL) ) 4t 71E.GOLUMBIJIUDi7S-. !'! Key Weil'. Oldest
( } Tomorrow" Tide. ance has moved northeastward to,
161NATIONAl TION I Boom towns are not to be envied. WTH NISMOSEe P.M. ;I 24-H_. Ambalaaco Service
I :9 Lake Michigan, Chicago, IlL
/9.3S With various \ High .......:,.....,; 12:04; 29.36 inches and is low I Uc.: aed Embalmer
great growth comes problems pressure
'n I Pheao 135 Night .*.-.WII
a I Low ........._m 5:26 6:.)6 I in most section east of the Plains
IIt'BIICRn-TIO'l RATES I suddenly larger than desired, and ., i __$ .1 ONLOF ; Barometer 8 a. m. today: States '. -
On. Tear ..._.__._. -$10.00 except in New England 'J.rk..kille Ikadl.e llefeSEMINOLE!
_.. Sea level. 29.98.WEATHER and southern Florida. Rains and
Six Month .600 very often, unsolved. Moreover boom I THE
Three Months _.'_,....._... S.EO MOSTpQI IJ thunderstorms have ot'curred'dur.
ODe Month .._,--___.... ..55Weekly towns have an unpleasant manner of exploding 1CSSESS/ONS 1SACICW, FORECAST !(;' ing the last 24 hours throughout
--... .20 '. the Mississippi! Valley from the
with scattering of wreckage
a rf.r
I I (Till 8 p. m, Thursday) I I "Lake rejrirfn eastward ovgr the
Jade known on application. 'over considerable territory.The YEA &f A GIINESE PHOFOTSV Key West and Vicinity: Partly,!I!north and middle Atlantic States I 1 r4 yala ij>,
QCAPHf.. Tii'E O& IS NAMED cloudy tonight and Thursday i 4T f y1a
and from eastern Texas eastward 1
PKCI4E. NOTICE Citizen yields to no one in faithin I I
) ai
( DOO (CHINZSS rig .'into northwestern : ,
Georgia and i a G +
All reading notices card of thank resolution of yltii
Key West. It is the servant of this
com- ac.
Florida and there have been local :
respect obltftary notice, etc, will be charged for at
the rate of 10 rent a line. munity, but it hopes to be a wise, and nota : showers in central and southern
Kotlren for rntert4ramentB by'churches from rhlrha. foolish, one. Whenever The Citizen h'ONYVAHALF Y&& OLJ> DCtEWALTERS : E, Florida. The rainfall was heavy ;
revenue Is to be derived are S cent a line. i at Chicago, Illinois, 1.54 inches I
The Citizen: I In an'o..n forum and invites of public Imueii and subject of local oi general and sincere. It does not see a new metropolis WHEN HZ INSISTED OV HAVINGAN / l : peratures have fallen 14 to human, home-like 'lnMI.tH,"
interest but It will not publish anonymous communl- -/C .-CX EAM SODA. AT THE.. greet in portion of the middle I I where you will find yrar l.litH. ..l
rations. of the world in chrysalis here. Our ...... and a......I..t a malI -
NEXr TAB S/TT l1o.TION.PCTlRE IIt I Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys -
ter of.
great Important"
continues unabated. It is I
growth sure. i VIREC and middle Atlantic States, and -
I __,.',-- Let us'leave the matter of size alone.A a-, al- : n ... readings are generally below nor A steel. flrr*rat fc.IW 1.a7 tvrated
+ .. I
i 1 errea..a..bb II the heart *f the elty
IMPROVEMENTS" FOR KEY WEST good rule for men in life is to at- Shower Partly Cloudy mal throughout/ the country east -0--- '
>VOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ... of the Rocky Mountains except in! Every Room with ComMnatl Tufc
,;:.: F' tend to private business, letting other peo- - probably showers tonight; gentle: II I[portions: of the Gulf and South At.,I Ceiling and Shower Fan Slat Itath,Dfmr Radio for, Summer Rlwtrlu 0I
ple's affairs alone. The same, advice applies 1 j Editorial comment: Chemists variable winds. llantic States. Washington D. c.. I Ventilation, (Onmfortabf Red wily.

1.. ,Water! and Sewerage., to cities. Key West is not in com- KEY WEST IN ', tell us that the man is made principally Florida: Partly cloudy prob- reported a maximum temperature MattrrKfte! and of Inner Individual Spring n..a". ...n.I..trv.Uon
ably showers in eat and south : yesterday of 96 degrees, and the Inc Lamps.7S .
from glue some never
,2;\:.1'Bridges to complete Road to Main- petition with its neighboring towns and DAYS portions tonight and in southeast : maximum at Key West of'93 de- i RATES
land. cities. It is complementary to them, and GONE BY stick to anything long. portion Thursday. ;I t| frees was the highest: since July : 81i _&\.
all tire working for the upbuilding and improvement Happening Here Just 10 Year Jacksonville to Florida Straits: :30, 1933. !R..m.!_.. Private prlrate llath Rath neelie XA.
3. Free Port. Af Today A. Taken From Two children and a negro delivery Gentle to moderate south and G. S. KENNEDY i<. !(__.. Private llalh Lee:

4. Hotels and Apartments. of this stat Each can and The File Of The Cilice boy were injured in; traffic rtuthwest winds over south por-I'I Official in Charge 2-1!. "R..re..>i.le R Private_... Private DISC Hath_ :SUM 4."
should, make a contribution to the common I tion and moderate to fresh southwest '
5. Bathing Pavilion. 'good. I accidents yesterday; bringing!: the shifting to west winds over,, Subscribe! to The Citizen.

6. Airports-Land-and Sea. Key West is to have anothernew I I i total of accidents dcring the last .:.. .. ,- ,
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No city becomes great through size. and modern hotel and sub-
two da>a to eight. None of those! I
7. Consolidation of County and City division. The location the Ruy l I i
Many of them have become infamous be- is
;I: truck: by cars yesterday; were 1
Governments.THE cause of the terrifying problems that follow Lopez factory, coiner Washingtonand seriously hurt. Billy James son of I
Thompson streets contains '
bigness. The chief justification of more than a block of land.i.I: the Rev. and AIrs. W. K. E. James, be lIofydwinlleti.

cities and towns is the convenience that In addition fifteen blocks between:sustained minor l.ody bruises! when 'I

'KEY WEST CITIZEN: accrues to men and women and children in acquired.thu property This ahd property the beach was were purchased 'he was struck ny a car driven by /Jon ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo

their fight for better live That is the by George F. Morris as I Miss Julia Albury on Duval street.
Gerardo Gomez ran into the streetin To get the original Davfa 100% Part Paint
mankind trustee for himself and II. "
WILL seek the cause of the congregations of II.l, _- e SU1"C! to .
always truth and print it the of and in- MADE IN BALTIMORE.D H tin run,
WcodsmaU, Indianapolis, president path a car was \
without fear and without favor never be that gather into urban settlements. All laolt for TT. 100% Pare Paint ha* often been IIADI
; of the Union Insurance!'! rom- : jured. The car was driven by,J. .
cities and towns should keep this cause in .ore a., imitated,but never plicated.' .: ==..
and Fred C. Morgan contractor I ) this .
afraid to attack to pany. II. Johnson. Albert Label
applaud Knowles
or right was
wrong ; / +
mind. of the same city. The' Davie 100% Part Paint conform with ::::::::
always fight for progress; never be the organ subdivisionand : the driver of the truck whieh hit all pare paint Law and .. the only paint :.=.--
The chief for citizens in Key company is planning that of ==-.:
goal Josh Sands, delivery boy. came* a guarantee parity.pg11V1'
or the mouthpiece of any person, ellque, hotel site from the beach With =; "
West should be the general improvement four canals CO feet wide. All lots He was painfully rut and brnied.' *
faction or 'classalways do its utmost for the ., Cook lor this Guarantee on the Label* .. ...
public welfare;; never tolerate corruption or Oflour' citizens. the betterment of their: ail. he water front lots. i'i'nr. j'7 wrecked.he bicycle Sands- was riding was N.h.e.a.o..a.a.wukrnyttberPens. "....'. .i..'rf_i r...*.._.inA ,
injustice denounce vice and praise virtue; means ,of living, the growth of their culture oar .rodacw arc .*..* Joy w In hMxm led. odd. thro ct Rates my.1IIEILUDAVIS I

commend done Individual and: the development of their souls. It Ary D.AnnonKey' West!'! Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Knowles: co.CsI4JJisMrl K99 BALTINORENQ
good by or organization dental :! was found dead in i I
; tolerant of others' rights, 'views and takes many contributing factors to attain his bed at his home in Key West:! I of 02 engagement!) William and street approaching announcethe G. C; ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets ,
combined in all of these btlraeks this morning Heart fail' .
the good
greatest ... 1
opinions; print only news that will elevate marriage of their daughter Miss r
thing< Economic phases are important, ire was the cause of death, it was Dorothy Knowles. Garth Cold -
and not contaminate the reader never com- -
; .aid.: Except: for a cold! from'.hies
but they do not overwhelm others, and it fon 'of Mr. and 1\Iro. Hjalmar K. ---
promise with principle. he had been suffering fr' 'I""I'II8'II.I'IIA
Cold. The wedding will be celebrated -
is 'a mistake to assume that the economic 'evral days Dr. D'Armona was in1! On Jrly GG. 5..................e.e..e........0.es..e............... .............:
growth of Key West is the only growth.Let hi- usual good health when he re-t ,

No hews is good news-but foot for us keep our balance in an age that worships tire! last for nfght.the He piVsonnel was" 'dental at work will begin at once E.. A.Strunk. .
-vrtffOtt army: -I
basinets of the 5
the newspapers.!' : mere size. In the long run it will be the barracks and also maintained ; manager: 1 RAIN ,
engineering company:: today.
worth while.A an office for his private practice. ;:A working Tarty of between'25 and "j S
lie was native Key Wester, 35 ,
a ,
Those who keep their, mouths .shut jearold and a veteran of the]j 35 men will begin operating the
ficrs; ether: on I
rr: ; and machinery
are never misquoted.! COLLEGE EXPERIMENTAt world Funeral services will
\the 13:: 1-2 acres: of ..he company'sholdings
be held Sunday afternoon with !: Monday\ morning.:. Def RAIN I
Masonic i rites! according t() ,
pres-j eautifil"atio:1'or !
mite for the l>
So far, no one has suggested a security little Olivet College in Michigan.with -nt plans. )plans
the have not been received
student body of only 207 at .
a present
for .
program 1 it was stated today, but
an interesting experiment is: being (;ratluation exerci'es of' the i will be made' public as,&06n as re- s: "
its eighth wade pupils of the Coneht '.ceived. The Burbank company i h
tried II. Brewer Jr.
by Joseph 36yearold RAIN
Our, neighbors keep us broke by buying -
\ of Mary Immaculate were sponsoring a contest for the best
"the '
things we think we must have, too. president. It is based on theory held last night. They were attended name for the sutdivmin and the i

I that its students go to college to learn by a large crowd. of relatives winner' will be txrirdzfd,. $250. I l.s ;
something, and that unless!; they do really and friends. The exercises .s t
Man is the only animal who spoils his were held in St. Cecilia's hall of '
want to learn there is little use in tryingto wtsTiCOtONIAL 'It Won't Be Long
fun by worrying about the morning after. the school of music of the academy KEY 0- t Now-JoundTo ,
force them to do so. .and this was filled to ,capa- ; '''HOTEL i

Attendance at lectures and other sessions city. The program was one of the i Rain Soon-- Why Not PrepareSPECIAL ,
Saving money today is the only insurance for instruction is voluntary. There mcst entertaining ever presentedin I In the Center of the Business i'' ,.,
the city and was indicative of] .
against needing money tomorrow. are no roll calls or penalties for non-at- the high/ class of teaching and ac-]J and Theater District LI

tendance. Yet, strange as it may seem, complement which is the resultof j I Fret Clai*-Fireproof- ,

Pay up your obligations to The Citizen the percentage of attendance is very high. the. curriculum 51 this institution 1 II I Senbl Rates r -

and have your name inscribed on its The aim is to make the courses so interest- 1 I
honor roll. ing that students will want to attend be- The South Florida Engineering

cause they will miss something valuableif and Contracting company has 1 Car*re Elevator S
been awarded tie contract to improve Price. :
So long as credit i is accorded to those they do not. the: Burbank roperty ahd] Poplar 0J 75 'LB. STANDARD SLATE '$2 '')5

unworthy of it, just so long, will there be The system is based on the thought I ROOFING RedS or Green Per Roll .

dead-beats. that self-education is the best, if not the 1----: Sal

only, education. The instructors provide I :S Regular Price $2.75: :

Paraguay and Bolivia stopped fight. the plans and guidance, but the students Your :VacationIf .

ing when their ammunition ran low, and i must exert themselves without being

credit ran out.Adam driven to accept what the college offers. you are going to summer school, or plan- i Whll.e Cisterns Are Dry Why Not Check For Cracks? '|

The students work largely in research ning a motor trip or any journey you will feel : .

and Eve fell for an apple. And and discussion groups of not' more than :safer and more at ease if you 'are sure'that the ': ; A Phone Call To Us Will Bring The Cement 1|

their descendants have been falling for ten members each. Frequent papers are I funds you carry are protected. Let us assistyou :

applesause ever since.It written by the undergraduates as a basis in procuring this protection by converting your v : $

for discussions and conferences. The in- I travel funds intoAMERICAN-- ,- I i We Also 'Carry A Complete Stock of Guttering : |

rumored that the mayolarty race structors confer individually with the students ** 1 1

will prove to be the most interesting in the suggest their reading and subjectsfor I EXPRESS-TRAVELERS' ,1 i i and Down Spouts 'is

,municipal election of November. study and act "as catalytic.agents"* on CHEQUES :

the minds of the m.en, as Dr. Brewer has IF THESE checks are lost! or stolen
The Citizen i it extremely lenient with expressed it.Forwardlooking. countersigned), the amount involved is refunded ...

its debtors'but once they are on the blacklist educators have long I to you. In spending them all that'is ne ess&ry'i. I II : ,"Your' home'is worthy bf the best" ';

: ,we are finished with them and do not realized the futility of much of what passes I I for you to sign them second time in the presenceof

want their business. for civilization education of in ours.this Increasingly. The Olivet complex experiment --.j 1 the one accepting=:;FOR them SALE _$ =. f i 'South ,;Florida "Gmlracting & Engineering. Go. 1 I

r Im
The decision of the supreme court; invalidating is only one of many new approaches -i : .-Phone ale E HdEhZatttt: !

: the NUA went farther back to the i educational problem, 'and The First Natiesal Baric. ePKey; Y'wJ' .

than to the 'horse and buggy" age; it as such it will be observed with much in- i )..........................S.......SSS..5.5555555...SS.............aj,:

went away back to the Constitution. terest. : -., J .. l .. .I'I.I.I.I..I'fa.


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I ENEMY'S 1 Y l sS.rNO.u I i Today'sAnniversaries


... SPORTSLOCAL i ..ee..e..eeese..e.... ,
Atuon It tit "Bnt if sue a gone off to meet that I ---
Humbled upon information thatIttfttnt c
fellow?" !he protested. 1623-Blaise There will be VACATIONTHIS
Sumtrt it carrying o. anAffair j Pascal famed a tone meeting: of
iMtk another mew,"alHtovgkkt "She hain't declared Daphne French philosopher and the Woman's
writer Missionary
to otont to marry AllMon fa* I : YEAR IN =
her, Af.. Donknt and Robert Beit soothingly.""Dont worry,dear.She's I born. Died Aug. 19, 1662. comprising the First Methodist
//1111" onfrrrd Ali." not tolanrk III.". probably rushed off to her room to .- '- . '-
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1r I .
wttfc IIIn arty eJIjr. Oar Wei.rrra / Church Fleming Street Methodist .FLORIDAprycurmim
cry-and. that'll do her .
and IIIII.m" to toncinco her good. The 1750 Lemuel
Hopkins. .
that k. i* .reify 7ky L"M/ey. arrookrd best thing you can do is to leave heralone. .. .' -- --- .-- ;.. -=-..;.. necticut Con Church and the Ley Memorial institution -
fkytician. Alum deft her -- physician poet and { \

farftrr. .But. Robert was too much roused SOF1'BALLTEAM LEAGUE 'STANDINGS'I '! atirist! one of those known in I I ,at on 3 Friday afternoon beginning ,. !
i BASEBALL literature as the "Hartford Wit" o'clock according to
Chapter 27 now to submit tamely to this suggestion. /////tutu 11IIUSsELL's'\\
t in Waterbury Conn. Pied announcement trade today
OEFtANCE1T He said with heat. "If she
i April 14, 1801.t813WiUiamson. The will be held at the _
| doeint matter wnether yon be- thinks she's going to talk to yon like DEFEATEDI AMERICAN LEAGUE j GAMES PLAYED
t that and get away with It-!" First Methodist Church at which
line or
It not! said Robert Club
Just for an Instant a glint of satisfaction : : I W. L. ?ct.1 i --- S. Oldham,, time Mr( L. T Pierce district
"You're got to do as you're totd.It ." showed fn the woman's j l1-ew'York! -.-.:-=.. 34 19 .642 !,'1 Texas lawyer and Confederate I: I

yon can prove it to me.11I' U-! eyes and vanished. But Ibe spoke TENi' Chicago 27 21 CONTESTS POSTPONED'ON ACMS States senator, }born near Win- secretarywill be in attendance.
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'Alison returned. gently t' Detiynt.,...._...._ 29 23 .558 j i}I COUNT OF RAIN AND i; cheater Tenn. Died May 8, 1868.1 I All members of the various
"She won't The child's "SCH )OLBOr TYNES HELD j I i church units to be
They were almost: absurdly alike again. hysterical Cleveland ..-.._",--. 29 23 .558 I I are requested

at they stood there father and ,-that's aiL She s at the age OPPOSITION TO JUST FIVE Boston ......__._. 26 28 .481 WET GROUNDS 1826-Charles Loring present.
daagnter.. when girls do get an worked up andexcitable" Washington New York City
facing one another In the 25 28 .472 pioneer in
lame ,stubborn attitude, with the HITS; HALE AND CASTRO Philadelphia _____ 21 29 .420 philanthropic methods Bract"i'I team first getting 21 runs Von by

same out-thrust chin and hotly But Robert" was stubborn."Alison's St. Louis ...____..,._ 15 35 '.300 4 Special t. TW elf..... poor and orphaned children. rules. CIGAR STORE0
not hysterical. he declared HOMERS
smouldering eyes. NEW YORK. June 19.-There at Litchfield Conn. Died AUK
""PrOT.Itr sternly "She can be perfectly NATIONAL LEAGUE 11. 1890. 'I I
Daphne's. protest was sensible when she likes I've ( 'Club were no baseball games played 1 I I 186.J-U. S. S. Kearsarge sank -0-
W. L. Pet.
"Have smooth a little gentle sense faintly dear amused. never known her 'go on like this By JOVE) j;I! New York ___.._..._. 35 14 .714 yesterday afternoon in either the 1 I 1834-Charles Hadden Spur-:i: Confederate cruiser Alabama off
child. '
my before and I'm not going to allowIt co&at of France. Baseball Returns
the Key West.Softball and baseball i .. National or American League. Britain's ;
You can't suppose that I go'about !" Pittsburgh! -" "" ,_. 33 23 .589, geon. famed Baptist
making charges like that If they're I players returned over the St Louis ..-..---...-.- 30 23 .566 j' Games which were cheduled were, preacher of his generation born. i
'' Chicago .........._...._.. f I Died Jan. 31 1892 1867 ){Maximilian Austrian By Wire
not proved? I tell yon the man was HE took a step towards the.door highway late 'last.n ght. bringing 27 23 .540 j postponed on account of rain and i j
notorious. Why. I believe that there but Daphne drew him back. Brooklyn;; ..__?.._..... 24 26 .480,, wet grounds. I' I Archduke for three years Emperor -I
were even anonymous' letters and "Please. Bob! Honestly, you can't \\ith them memories of one baseball Cincinnati ._. .. "'" 21 32 .396 i iI 1836-Thomas Benten Brooks.I j{ of Mexico, executed in Mex -0-
prese'ot '
postcards to the club saying that do any good and yon may send her- and one diamondball victory.J. Philadelphia .. ... 19 30 .3881 I Up to the the majority eminent geologies! and mining:: ico. COME IN AND GET THE

he oughtn't to be 'snowed ID''as a well. right off the deep end!" Local players defeated the Vets Boston ___ ____ 16 34 .320 I of the teams in the major leagues; engineer, father of a noted geologist RESULTS OF THE

member. !" "What do'you mean*"He frowned. on the Florida Keys Sunday-afternoon j jI i "have played- fifty or more games : and a noted authoress, bornat f 188!5 Statue of Liberty gift MAJOR BASEBALL

l "I don't know anything about Daphne hesitated Then she and downed fie: e..e..S.eeel..set {i"nhich I means that the season's Monroe, :N. Y Died Nov. 22 of France, arrived in :New York- LEAGUES0
that!" said Alison. "For all I know sighed. [ CLASSIFIED j I.schedule is one-third through. !!1 1900. I'unveiled next year
you may be quite right about this "To tell yon the truth Tm a little (diamondballers on Monday.. I \ I II' |I At this juikturQ the schedule I -

Doctor Lumley or whatever he tAU is. bit worried about her," she confessed The) final+ "score of" the Jlome-i_ ; it is found than baseball dubs 1856-Elizabeth Marbury, :New I 1918-40,000 Germans nn
I can cay Is that Guy Westnrn's at last stead-Keyt West contest was 9'lo 'COLUMN from New York are dominating J : York. Died Jan. 22. 1933. I !'!!fnily attack Rheims from three I SOFT DRINKS,
'someone else someone quite different "What 'about?" He 'was puzz'. d. 8. The local ch.b had 'to 'make''a I' I the leadership of both leagues. ':} side!!. ETC.

that's'all'"I !- "Well-about her health. That tour-run rally in the ninth inningto sea.aaee.aaa..esoaaSS* The New York Giants are five I I 1856-Elbert Ilnbbard. famed I.

suppose It's no good my telling came reluctantly. win the game. PERSONAL I and a half games ahead of the i J 1 Aurora, N. Y.. editor, author and | Subscribe to The Citizen.

yon.Daphne's voice was ominously, "What's the matter 1I'lth' r? She The first run for"1 the locals i Pittsburgh: Pirates second place master-cratsman. born at Bloom-: 1

nasal low find level"that one of my' seems perfectly well" But he came in the third frame when P. STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS. I aggregation in the National loop s ington. 111. Died on the Lusitania,i?

own friends, a girl as young as yon: could not keep back'a note of Castro knocked out a homer to INDIGESTION victims why ,and the New York Yankees are ;t May 7, 1915.Today. -
cot Into the man's clutches and that anxiety. tight field. suffer? For quick relief get a)out in front with a lead of four; s!

she disappeared?" "In a way,yes," Daphne admitted. In the ninth canto with one run I' free sample of Udga, a doctor's and a half games over the Chicago I ........................ P & '0 STEAMSHIP Co.

Tin afraid 1 don't believe yon. !" But yon know Bob these hysterical scored and runners on second and prescription, at Gardner's White Sox in the American cir-: In History UNITED STATES FAST
"You don't attacks aren't normal.
think It a little odd 'I Pharmacy. cuit. t MAIL ROUTES 1 FOR
that he should turn up In the middleof "Do yon mean yon think there'ssomething third, Joe Hale _hit a terrific liner inn 18-19-2025-26-27july2-3-5-9- Play in the leagues will be resumed -: ........................1
through right center and three
the the matt rkIth her I PORT
night Inside my house t" 10-llx today. t TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
1819-Maine, a part of Massachusetts -
"H. was going for a stroll! mind!" He was staggered shocked rnni came in, putting Key West became Effective March 18th, 1935

"I see. At midnight. In the downpour repelled at the mere suggestion, One tally in the lead I I 'MALE HELP WANTED BECAME DISGUSTED state following!separated year.and Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
that we had that night He was even while he rejected it. and The playing --of Lucilo at short j I 12:20 P. H.Leave .
going for a walk Daphne replied quickly. featured the game."Schoolboy" I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I
!I FLINT. Mich.In vain attempt
I A MAN for Local Tea &: a 1846--First baseball on
he not I Tjnes allowed but game Leave Key West for Port Tampa and Mon
"If likes walking la the aJD.it "Of course only mean thatahe' II Thursdays
hits I Coffee Route paying up to to work a jigsaw puzzle, record-match came! between two days 6 30 P. M.
doesn't mean that bee a crook!" inclined to hysteria andnerves five but 'walked 10 batters
$37.50 a week. Everything Henry Palmer of this city sat up New York at Hoboken. N. I
"No.Dapbne never raised her like a lot of girls are at that and had five wild pitches, which teams Tickets, Reiervatioa sad UforwatioB Ticket Offic .. the
I furnished automobile until 5 o'clock in the morning. J.. between the Knicherbockers
voice. "but its rather funny.Isnt ItT particular'age. It's the fault of the accounted for the Homestead runs. I ; given Deck *Pl6e. 71
producer. Write Albert Mills then went to his bedroom and and the New York Nine. Won by
Rather unusual l. shall we'say? Just schools They overwork them too Once more the local boys made killed himself J.;H. COSTAR. Ag emt.
7216 Monmoiith the latter 23 I
4 four
to inning'-!
as Its rather unusual that havingrun much competition and drive them I four errors in the field. The same I Cindnnt.ti.1 in
into yon there he should choose too hard at games A girl at that age I thing happened in their game with _
to stay an night. It wasnt exactly Is growing up. she needs rest. care. the Vets'Sunday. ,

thoughtful, to risk the reputation of She mnstn overstrain her nerves An estimated crowd of 3,000 attended ROOMS
a young KlrU" that alL"
the _
game. j "THE MUNRO"-Rooms .
S2 00
"We haven all got horrible "Oh!" He was openly relieved.! I Score by innings: R. H. E. ,
$2.50 and $3_00 per weer.'
minds! Considered the
suggestion carefully.
Key Wert 001 210 104-9 13 4Homestead ;
Double and 128 N. E.
"Yes. I suppose that's true. Sheacertainly Single.
laughter was a master- been very and I 4th street Miami Fla. "
pAPHXETS nervy upset 220 211 000-8 5 0.: ;- .
-' piece of tolerance. this time. since she got home. BatteriesTvnes and M \ce-: .. may24-lmox .

"We"'re not:.all so innocent as- you But. yon know, think. you were edo- McCiaken, Kieck. Hobbi :I .
child! Unfortunately! Some of us right. It's only ,Jealousy. I end )lcCr ken. _. FOR REN1 ---1 .
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might: think It queer that he should "No. my dear Jealousy yes. Rut '
: Summary: Errors Castro, Rotln'gnes : BICYCLES-WE RENT by the J
drive yon ;home aid torn 'Up next that not enough to account for *t. ; .
; ;, A. Cs *fo_ ,.1. Acevsdo; ; Hour Day or Week Repair ; ,'c ,
day to ask how were, and take honestly. She woufdn these
yon get ex-
J home mn!!: P. Castro. J. Hale; all makes and paint them with .: "
yon out to tanidon't :!!. rcordlnary Ideas or_ these fits oftemper -
three bare ft n: L. Campbell. MAcfevfedo No-Enamel. We carry a full
"I 1 see what you think l he fast because of that. All that
two hate hits A. Perez supply of parts. Agent for the
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could Tunch
do at talk about
ghosts or tometringdown -
"I lion think be'd'dobrbte done, at Wariey-and n6w thisabturdnnreaSonableInfatuation I'A1onro. IIobiK G. Campbell; Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. <_
:1J'ih1IJx-nt. l"ni only saying that: for itoten bares'Voodt r-erry 2. MAcevedo And sell them as low as $*>Ov 6

Hale 'odriZt1e%. A. ColS- down and $1.00 per week. We ,
:a ratbcf: more cfepnrot ttS wan: ralshthezitcte : a thin she hardly knows It's nerves,
b-fcre ,ro; -truck nat by Tvnes'8; brae: Buy and Sell all makes of used! ,
compromising a hats what It Is The child
your!:: girl; of e'sti'em-a rich young' strung,and when she gets veryilghly all on halts!! : 'off Tynes 10.) 'off K;eck Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. 3 j L/r39 ago,when

rn.- worked: up and hysterical, she gets 3, oft McC ken 3; wild pitcheSr Stower company. 515 Duval thousands of bison

"He doesn't tn0.btgao Alt-, three silly,queer Ideas Into her tend. T;"es 5. Ke:ek 2, McCraken 2; street: apr9-tf { a. i roamed the W *t, naturallsts -

son &Dlstomd.: flashfr-s; as the! rericmbereu -''I She won't listen to anyone-why. Darned runs-: Homestead 5, Key : frequently
that Gay did know He Bob. she was talking as If she West 9; time of game) : 1:30 nm- FURNISHED: APARTMENT, elec- ., s -w found these usually
tad commented en the fact that she couldn't trust yon and you tnnw nreMrrrav :and :Art :Rankin. trir ice box. Archie Thompson' d ',: timid auImaIa eappIID

did not kniw:) what 'U meant to be hat she adores )-out.! 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J. savage fights with

short cf Still, that GAMES TODAY ; may24-1mox ,
money fact didn't "Perhaps If I went op and talked : other beset They
prove tHj job I1f': But ttephne had to her 'quietly be began -' __ discovered that the
rantht the half nnTahed AMERICAN} \ LEAGUE TUNING i iPIANOT' '
s ntmre \o. Don't do that She'd only PIANO herd. were battling
and she thrust home Philadelphia at Chicago Wil-; -- "
yon were weakening Leave over possessing of salt
"Most p-opTe 'would think that: her alone too*'. tint what: she ought: here vs.' Whitehead. NER.LaU b1o-I I J licks to which lasUact
cnou&h to damn biro Alison Boston SU Louis Two Excellent piano for sale = ''y j
with to hate is a thorough test I'm gladw:7e at games.Hocktt 1; reno. | x led them for dements
nut enythinetee: -to rome richyonns caIn Rhodes v3. J cheap. 1018 Division street .. "
a : taking her with us to Spain vs ; : '+ absolutely essential to
:!lrl*- sga'rst; : the wishes of herfather1" Mountain nlr..a tonic and cotujlMe Walknp } Ri23-lmo'' : animal life

rest 'Is lost what she needs. By the ales! York at Detroit-Two .

:"He hasn't. pursued me. I asked way has she got a maid?" 'frames-Gomez vs. Crowder.;J JBropca L FOR: SALE { ,- -, < "W;;
him to lunch.today. I wanted ''' 11- "
to .
See ,
: o.- Alison's father was worried vs Bridges: w .,
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him something I had fc argent'see hint" out-abollt ndw. "Do yon think she heeds one?" Washington at' Cls\ lsnd-Two 9 t ; LATE '34D ,LUX MODEL PLY .'i_< '41. .,.,._ ...'.. :: ,' .!''..;> 11: 'K 71 .

'! "I' think It'd be a good thing. She gemes Lmke vs. Pearson; IJurkeStewart. )10 UTIL.drhen. only 8,000\ .J' : t-: ', .' y 'yerarI

"After Daphne two smiled*.. >- oughtn't to hate' to pack or worry ,' __ 1* H'' miles:, perfect condition and just j '. .} ; I -. ," n !> .... t .to "lIIJ f.
days acquaintance. about clothes." '! like A bargain for $645> & .:;. ,
:she news
remarked dryly" Can yon really He-considered that. "1 might get NATIONAL LEAGUE: 4Chicago : cash. ASply 523 Eaton' street. J 0
wonder that your father is a' little hold of her old Nanny. She did act at Boston-Two games jun9-3t "

anxious! Dr Lumley-I'm sorry Mr. as maid until she got'married a yearor Warneke! vs. Bett; Lee vs:. H. __ _ ANYTHIN'Cffor
Guy Westurn-must be rather fascinating two ago" Smith._ MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 I He'd fight
mustn't her"I But again Daphne vetoed his suggestion. Cincinnati at Brooklyn-Two sheets $1.25. The Artman
don't see what It's got to do .
games-Frey vs. ZAchary; Press Citizen Building. I
with either of your It'd be better to get someone T5. dark. jun27tf j

"You vant blame us, my dear. It new." she said decidedly."You don't Pittsburgh at New York-Lncas what's in Budweiser
we feel yw: Ye in Some danger of losing want someone wbo'd baby her too vs. Parmelee.. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed J

your bead!" She glanced for much fuss over her A sensible woman .'t. LOTUS at Philadelphia cards $1.25. The Artman I

conamatlon: at Rooert/who nodded. with some knowledge of massage Walker vs. Davis. Press. ."1:114Y".4l1' :

Alison She exploded. would be better. I can find yon For nearly three quarters of a century, severe fatigue and even heat eihaus- .....
said In a very loud clear someone

t:Jlce."If yon mean that I might fall "If you wonId'!""He'was' 'eHe...: 1'.IIr.iJlr.ilr! .I' I the world ha acclaimed BUDWEISER t3on.may result. To replace these elements ,

In love with Goy then I am In love W. He put an arm round her shoulders as the very finest of beer-wholesome, nothing is more essential than
with him. and I don't believe a single !
"What comfort tome
a .
word you My about him and Pm I'm terribly 'sorry yon dear are that smooth, sensible and oel ble. a balanced diet. Top it off with whole

going to him now." And with that she'! behaved to yon like that. : I Brewed from Nature's choicest ingredients some BUDWEISER!

she turned and marched out of the "It didn't matter a bit. I was only I OLD PAPERS I flawless methods BUDWEISER
room. :cry because Daphne Sum en.I : by America's favorite is a moat healthful .,-t5

As the door slammed behind rt.-. voice grew low. mournful. had so i retains those natural elements absolutely hot weather drink for another reason.

obert Reds started forward to follow I hoped to win her over to me." I essential to hfe'and health.Among '.' "t. t t

bat Daphne caught his arm. f Co,lrrJ0 f,l,IJ.Evelyn*. Wtnckl S .......... ....... ..................... i. them'are It contains enough warming_alcohol to
"Xo. Bob. not now! she pleadci i harmful chilling of the stomach -mi
Anton dee net a te her prevent
-t: wouldn't do any good." I to cry tomorrow. s room sodium and calcium iri'the form -.s

For Sale of alkaline salts-'and they're in every when a cold drink Is desired. -

:Sl drink. Drink Bt."DWElSER-the health drink
ee eee eee* eeeee ee nape gardener born inNew bottle BUDWEISER you

Today's Birthdays II I York: 63 years ago. ......e.ee..a.a..eeee. !; When i people perspire freely they'lose -the natural drink-the all-yealr" I

r When the loss Is too great 'round drink. .
I these salts. ,
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William R. Castle Jr., of W&lh-I 1 _
Riwh D. Holt of West 'vrijt Dia. j I ington, D. C.. former UnderSecretary 5 Bundles -for fl.k k a A N IIEUS E R-B 'US' C LI ST. 'L

senator-elect and waiting today I< i of State born In Honolulu J : :
to take oath of office born 'at. 67) years ago. Si

\\e!'ton. W. Va.. 30 years ago. ; t 25 in bundle j DRINK'I

]1 Rear Admiral Newton A. Me- BUdwe

William! A. Brady of New York i'fully Of Anderson S. O, u: S. N., '

City dean of American theatrical t|retired: born there 68 years 'ago.Janes r i

producers, born in San THE KEY WESf. CITIZEN

72 years ago.Beatrix J. Walker now of England -, .: THE Atl-YEAR-'ROUND _
Fra"Cisco.-i ---..........
former New York City mayor f 1 -

Farrand of .,born in New York 54 years, AQUILINO LOPEZ DISTRIBUTOR
Maine and California, noted land- ago. ___ ." 11111111111111.1' :tf/i ,

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..........................*.. .........a..........."' ................*..*.... 'leadership when and if Robinson! Michigan: stated the bill "frankly J

ECONOMIC BARKLEYGROOMEI relinquishes the post. That may' U a gesture! by way or friendly appreciation '. FERRY BRINGS
for the fact there is still [

:-: : : FOR HIGHER POST 1* be pects.sooner Gossip than that any one he now will ex be some national place credit on earth still is where honored.inter-t" FREIGHT HEREFerry

....... ................... That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend 1i i given the opportunity to round McKellar quickl: countered with ,
COLLEAGUES THINK out his public the t'u-t
and Tax Bills of Every Individual Nationaland ;:I career on the statement that not only was'
F :bean Sisters ; preme court persists in political'quarters : he "very happy to withdraw I'' Palma. of the Florida
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., International Problems InseparableFrom here. I
I I objection to the bill but to express ', East Coast Ferry company, arrived
Headquarters Local Welfare MANY BELIEVE HE IS LOCI-' Barkley, a veteran of 22 yearsin my very great appreciation yesterday afternoon from Havana

--- .......................................... ... I CAL SUCCESSOR TO MA.' second congress term and in the now!senate serving stands his of being permitted to vote for it."I with one car of mail, 83 sacks;

Monday nigbt the Pythian Sir 1 i survey of the business maga.t ant, the decision has given utility A high in his party's councils. G-Men Like New Law 24 empties and one car of pine1 .
tejrs celebrated Flag Day at which JORITY LEADERSHIP IF, He sat at the controls during': While the department of jus apples.
shows that industry is dis- that the "
[ owners hope proposed ..
,time the Knights were the guests!I i ROBINSON line, Long's unsuccessful 15-! tire only a few blocks removed,';
of the Sisters. A large crowd | ford much- more initiative than II'r'Weeler-Rayburn bill to eliminate QUITS 'j! hour filibuster against the exten-i Was directing: the cantors of the : ceivin. possessing or disposing:
attended the celebration, which f}i a year, two years, or three I the holding company will be held .x f; sion of .NRA and had much to do'with :> kidnapers of nine->ear-old George''!' any money or property "which has
was enjoyed throughout. The ago'There: : 'are exceptions unconstitutional when and if it (nr A._*rUtr program was as follows: i i Jenks. rule, of course, principally I reaches the High Court. WASHINGTON, June 19.-Thej: 'Bean Gette For Finland vrord of debate passed an amend- ;[ rom or reward in connection with
Welcome to the assembly byl!"' ,''of fyisinebs which' ate Motors: Also gained from the I frequency with which Joe Robinson -! The senate has had little time, merit to the federal kidnaping: law'\ kidnaping."
Mrs. John Park.Presentation .' I I marsh.Voe II of legislative attack. But NRA decision.'In the words of democratic leader of the senate )for the beau geste during,: this which: "G-men" regard as the most I I According: : to federal authorities
of the flag by the : 1 these Tee C that there .is al f Time! the industry has been sea- has pressed Senator Barkley burly-burly session o( congress?!! important since the law itself was ;; this amendment places in the
manager and escorts! Anna Whit I t tmanh. Kin. chance that matters will!!i ting "new records for profitless 'of Kentucky into his job this con- but it took time out the other dav enacted. ',, hand of the bureau of criminal
Mrs. W. P. Archer Mrs. out well in the long run.I} prosperity" that it is unable gress to "pinch hit" during his: to do so and in most graceful and j It makes punishable by a $10.- '1 investigation one of the mos powerful -
I I the absence the broad 000 fine or 10 years in prison or ]) ) : of all in combatingthe
MichaeL ,then are some business briefs of' to pass along to the public suggests husky practical fashion. | weapons
America, sung by alL t was I : 1 higher material costs the NRA shouldered Kentuckian is being The recipient was the small\ both the offense of knowingly re- crime of kidnaping.

Musical: selection by Misses ning. : : All over the country(] forced it to pay. Big motor com- groomed for a big job. j i country of Finland. the only nation -, -,- --- -- .-
Alce Curry and Norma Yates. I by I I are instigating drives to I! panies will now be able to use 'Many believe Barkley is the in the world which has been
lost passenger traffic. Low- their vast bargaining power to eut logical successor to the majoritytalk punctual in paying its war debtsto
-- -- I and better service, air- the price for steel and other neces- 1 the United States. 111t

Fred Curry WedsIn more comfortable sary commodities. Also. The NRA that some 'savings and loan I 1 On the eve of the date when I. I II
higher speeds etc., are high, used-car code provisions slowed associations may go into the com-) debt payments became due, theei
Jacksonville Meet of the drive. Western rail-i! down sales, -now that it is gone,! mercial fields by accepting demand -: came before the senate in routine,
have recently gone in for J I and Mr. Public will be able to get! deposits. j jI manner a bill calling for an appropriation ; -'
Mrs. Fannie Curry, Trevmor I joint advertising program j more for his old car, motormen i ii i I Agriculture: A late survey of $300.000 to erect:

Apartments is in receipt of news the I : Revival of consI -i, believe he will go for new cars t shows a small, but encouraging/ ,' new quarters for the Am..ricani) I ,
I i, to j I mainly domestic, is be-, in a big way. i t i rise in the value of farms. Values diplomatic and consular servicesin : ,
of the marriage of her son, Fred which i 1 essential to recovery, to! Retail Trade: Price wars are I jumped in 30 states between Helbingfors, the Finnish capita USE I4.i1'
'Curry, to Miss Maude Minter.!I! to industrial activity i J! rampant especially in the tobacco,) March, 1934, and March, 1935, ]. I: ''H'IT'S
The nuptial event took June!i and sundry trades.: declined slightly in only five and'
place i A billion dollars could i drug, liquor Mf Kellar of Tennessee sought !
'9 at the First Baptist. Church!I I: : be spent for new homes j i Consumers are ,ithronging} the cut'! were unchanged in, 30. Largest an explanation., Vandenberg of, PURER! E
Jacksonville.. {i, and more for renovizing old: price stored, where1!\ 'Moss! leaders" gains were in the'cotton belt-' I It ci I LASTS LONGER! I
: !i i : Interesting plan is: an-'predominate. (Some chains recently -, largest declines, light be ex- 1 1is
The newlywed spent their I : by General Electric Com.'i sold cigarettes which coati! pected in the drought/ area. PALACE t tl
,honeymoon at Palm Beach. They!! Ralph which will spend 10,000-them about( $1.00 a cartoon asj j Export trade: In all but a hand ICE REFRIGERATORS
.will 'make their future home at I for constructing 60 l1\C\del 1.; mtIe\aA60\Tpents\ ). Result is al ful of cases, America's first-' HenryJIull-Warner Oland inWEREWOLF ] t I M
' I the Air conditioning: ahead of a has held I I with WATER COOLERS 1 1I
}Is connected with the U. S. En 1 For throughout ,country| Developments; year ago/ up in CIRCUS SHADOWS
1 > house to each 100.000 of are coming fast in this, one of, since. Canada bought 13 per cent '
gineering Department. Committees will work' our youngest industries. Compe'titian -, more, Italy 15 per cent more, Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c I ) oft They're Economical j9

population center to find is tremendous some 100 j Cuba 58 per cent more Australia'

Melody HourPostponed G. for the houses. General concerns bidding for business.! 53 per'cent more, Mexico 2 percent --- -- ---- .-__ i 100 Per Cent Refrigeration r
: main contribution will This tends to give the public: better more. England and Japan FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE;; I I, Satisfaction I 1 '
i completely electrify the pub-:' equipment at lower prices and barely got into th gain column t. 1 ll !
with from September 1, when;i: on more favorable terms. A new with respective rises of 1 and 5 Priced ut
The sixth Key West Melody honor will be completed to'entry into the fields: offers, fatless per cent. Principal drop came in NEW YORK! I M

:Hour has been postponed from Curry 31. General Electric's than $800. a unit that will,. Germany, which bought 62 per Ii$1' $3O 35
A. B. is that this 'will cause a provide complete summer air con. cent less from us. and
June 20 to June 27, according to : demand for better, ditioning for from four to eight, So far as new export businessis and BOSTON'
announcement made today. efficient, more economical rooms for $15 or less a season. concerned, according to Business i-' I *; 1 EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
-- Banking: A highly; interesting], Week. Oceania (Australia, ): From Key West alternate Friday.JFrom ,, TREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S >t '

........................ li : The NRA decision has, development in this field is the! South Pacific Islands) offers the I New York alternate Tuesdays -! bi
new confidence into this in-' fact that commercial banks are a: best prospects. ; i ICE CO.

PERSONAL MENTION "., for two diverse reasons:: taking: up small loan business! From Boston alternate Saturday:' { INC.
the most difficult utility,: something they refused to do aj) : k'1 I 1
......................a* problem has been to few years ago. Large banks are! ITCHING. Almm :>E\V ORLEAX9 N'rdae..day' .KEY. Arrive WEST'Alienate I Phone No. 8 1 1h

Helio Renedo was an arrival rates down in the face of opening personal loan department) anywhere on the body- Keyrnt: _.. day fll.nlac. ':
yesterday from Miami and will artificially boosted material where responsible persons of smalls i
also burning irritated skin- r 1 I 1 +
visit for a short time with his MAN -a problem which has like I: means can obtain money without! CLYDE-MALLORY. ;
family. applied to railroads and other'': going to the loan sharks who still 1 with fixed rate bases.!! charge anywhere up to 1.000 : F MITK. Afrmt.Ky .

Mrs. Aurelio Martinez, who and perhaps more import-''I cent a year interest. And perl,I ; \\rnt I

was spending several weeks with ..- ..- --- -,--- -. -
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relatives in Miami, returned on
the Havana Special yesterday. I Duick. ':4
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Mrs.' Harold Baker who was I| \ ..... -
spending a week with relativesand 1:
they P'i

turned terday.friends on the at morning Is-lamorada train, yes.re-I:| of with the' t : '\: : ... :i'.f _;.; : t: //1,,:tF._

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I'!. J. Dickert. Jr. attached to'I I l a:
the Atlantic Coast Line R. It.. in I x

Jacksonville, and Mrs. Dkkert.f wife dowry ( Packed likesilks..it takes patienceand .
who paid their first visit to Key with ,
West yesterday, left in the afternoon -j .
for Daytona where they will!1 '
spend a short time before going| But care to Turkish tobacco )

to Jacksonville. j jIt. I I / prepare, 4 ,:.

F:. Spencer assistant i ,general: j i"
for Chesterfield
freight agent/ of the Florida East]I f Cigarettes I ISize 3: "
Coast Ralway with headquartersin
Frank .
jki 4
!Miami\ left yesterday afternoon -t (4Y4/

after a short visit, accompanied .I !\ '
by P. I* Caddis superintendent -' color texture condition Y. 1' /
of the line. _i :[._" : :. r.

.. .)< 0---- :I by \ all these have do ivith
HrSj .Mary Thompson. left yesterday t will } something to .
afternoon! aver the KastCoa&'for i y;'
Miami for a visit with \ 't '". -i. "

relatives.., '- I aroma and'flavor: : ,""

Mrs. Harold Gibson, (lau'?hter r
Miss JessietJane and niece, Miss '/1, .

Esther Vernon, who' were vistingfor : :1 day.trcr Leaf, by .leaf; the sun-ripened a
several weeks with relative*, 3 eM o
Miami.left yesterday for the hortc in Turkish tobacco is selected or rejected '

l to get just the right kind for r rChesterfield's
Mr. and Mrs. Will Caez left on "T..
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the afternoon train yesterday and PAILH. milder better taste. ,
after a short stay in Miami will g assd,4 .r : t
return, possibly tomorrow. .r kr .
And much is
IW. C. ; just as care to : .
I .
Mrs. Clements Jaycocks leftover pack the tobacco to the .
the East Coast yesterday for; M preserve : : .:'
Miami caled
there because! of the
delicate aroma during its 4000 mile ,
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A ROAD HOG ,1 ]I journey to this country. N> OtSo ff. '

is the .
: important preparation
I of Tirktobacrn in making ; n

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i Chesterfields: ,thatUggett&'Myers >

i f have their own.modem. ti 1 '-y, :- '

I leaf handling plants in seven \ s / b +
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I I i, important tobacco centers of "r' .. -"

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A food l>u.iM.l m*a sect thai' 't' -:. .,
Pia i Priated Fo...... are of a this .- <," .
quality 1..'. not ashamed .f. '" .
"Selection station" in where
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W. solicit OB a QUALITY, -
PRICE a.d SERVICE ba.it. .f :: Turkish tobacco leaves an weighed

THE ARTMAN PRESSTHE I :' and classified to judge their quality.O l'. ..

CITIZEN BLDG.ry tyi7,Uujri.Hnu IOMCCO Ok __ -_ -

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