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 20, 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
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AMQciated Best Interests.::Press;:o:;.Key Day t'dtoth..West Wire 1 tEb "' 1!.en..r, ''w, est Citizen( .,...-- i most range country Key- West equable of; only,with Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the theFor66Y.


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I Senator Takes Up Roosevelt's: RESEARCH UNITRETURNS MAYOR WILLIAM\ H. MALONE BECAME 1"Too Many Miners-Too Many Mines"BackiOfSoftCoa1kdustry


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MEMBERS OF EXPEDITIONHAD I Mayor Wm. H. Malo.e. ef Key West, who tended the meet.I .

mediately Takes Floor I Over Forty Thousand !Dollars) Vast Extent Of Bituminous
J TWICE-WEEKLY BEEN MAKING SURVEY tea of mayor and business men of seaport cities of the United

When Lewis Of Illinois IN ACTIVITIES AT GARDEN J State from Portland, Maine, to .Seattle, Washington, and presidedover Coal Mining IndustryIn

Concludes SpeechBy I NOW PLANNED KEY AND OTHER ISLANDS York.by Mayor Fiorella La Guardia, returned yesterday from New Asked For Many Improvements America DescribedBy

ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON UN Members of an expedition of He was met at the station by President of City Council Leo Planned At Key West\ Barracks Officials

HERBERT PLUMMER I DER DIRECTION OF STEW. scientific research sponsored by,I Warren, CcBuoilmen C. C. Symonctte. J. Frank Roberts F. F. Hoffman .
tar Awerlatr* rre..1>> 1 the A'jdobon Society of Florida,! Joseph Cabrera and Ambrose. Cleare Chief
; Harry Baker, of the By JOSEPH
returned this morning from Dry fire department; Chief Ivan Elwood" of the police department, and June 20. latrines water collectionsewer Bjr Asjwvtetr Press)
There Lave been few time in the l Tortugas and Garden Key, on the I others. : -The 'applications I WASHINGTON, June 20.-
... Tender Ivy, which docked at 5:30 and electric system
ate aVringthe present con- Back of the soft coal l strike Lead
r o'clock. Later in his office, Mr. Malone the Work-Relief Administration i
grew that administration leaders Classes in art are to be conducted r and building repairs at the I line lies the
The principal object of the trip INJUNCTION told The Citizen he had been very .lory of a tick in.da.trjr .
twice weekly rather than I announced today I
have felt free to fo hone at thee I was to investigate the nesting much impressed with the proceedings National Guard camp at Key -tick for many years ef
once weekly beginning. next Mon- birds at Bird Key. At Garden Key i and was sure that a result of receipt of the following]
.d. of the day and not think of PLANT BOARD "too
day, Stewart Leonard director of West Barracks, $30,725. many mine and too
1., the many
they were guests of officials in I convention would be the establishment applications for funds from!
whet -wo.-U or might the the Key West Art Gallery,,. an- "
happen miners.
charge of the reconstruction workon of
a permanent organization For dispensary and headquarters -:
: the General's'office
nounced this morning The cbangq I CASEDENIEDSTATE Quartermaster __
neat Fort Jefferson ,and report a to handle matters pertaining The United
is being made lecanse of the,highly ) Min Worker ofAmerica
wonderful time and elated of the : building at National
they are to closer: trade relations army 1
-Jim Ham" Lewis of Illinois gratifying interest: in ,and response -'I' I "li *iag they at last
them such to the educational project., over the rojrtesies extended. ORGANIZATION N AND: between the United States and Key West-For roads, Guard camp at Key
gave a respite recently 'I ? Their trip ,on the Tender Ivy ,foreign countries. had found the right icdiciae for
Since the classes werer started DEFENDANTS tent floors lavatories, and West,Barracks, 10701.
by announcing ahead of time WILL
was made through the courtesy of BEGIV.I Mr,,Malone was one of three this
I following the end of the school: I I I I Irl malady in the Gnffey-Snyoler
ae intended addressing the sen. Superintendent \V, W. Dementi, EN THIRTY DAYS TO ;GET, mayors who addressed the convention -
term increasing numbers have enrolled I coal stabilization
bill, threatenedone
at. en "the political reaction from who made arrangemens for their besides Mayor La Guardia,
the gallery director: point.ed : TESTIMONYThis STUDIES FISH MALONE OF
th. decision I transportation and also for their [ I who delivereJ the address of wel ef the biggest strikes in the
preme court en out this morning. Since the rl
NRA." In or out of the senate students are so interested, Mr. being'domiciled at Garden Key. I I come. The others were Mr.\ Ma-\ LIFE WILL BESTARTED RECENT TRIP ATROTARYMEETING _tiOD'* history to fore. its pafe. ..

it** an event when the sartorially I'I'l Leonard believes it is entirely Mr. Demerit also made the trip I I morning; in circuit courtJudge ]I lone and the mayors of New Or- .. .

to take up matters with Captain Jefferson B. Browne denied j i leans and San Francisco
elegant) senator from Illinois j |
: worthwhile and advantageous to i
Peterson and Chief Engineer Pena t| All Associated Ness HERE A disputed number of
erves when he's going to make a r conduct classes twice weekly. I I I the temporary injunction asked byj despatch 'I coal producers
speeck. I, of the Tender Poppy, relative to the state plant board and gave the'!trent J out front New York gave ex- i agree with the union. Aiur:
e In the near future; a class for the new tender to be constructed> I. '| ccrpta ot Mr. Malone's talk, as !I i fighting government regulation ior
defendants and the board 30
lie didn't disappoint in this : adults is to be started because of j' for this district. I days I rioted in The Citizen of June 11. CLASSES FOR CHILDREN TO COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN MADE : years, their brief taste of pri'il.; >

instance.. i the interest being shown by older I'I Members of the Audobon par. to get testimony.Two ; The full text of hU address gives :. r under NRA has led some to believe -
Those very matter-of-fact men t! II. S. I weeks the state plant a broader and BEGIN MONDAY MORNING REPORTS OF YEAR'S ACTIVITIES that only I federal
people in the art project, it was ty are Peters. of the bureau ago more comprehensiveidea supcm ;on/
hired to take down every word also announced. These classes t I of entomology, Washington, D. C.; i board, through Acting State Attorney -: of his views, and i. reproduced AT KEY WEST. TROPICAL: AND GIVES OUTLINE : can save the industry from ha"ty

spoken by senators for inclusionIn will be conducted at night. Charles E. Doe, curator of ornithology i Wm. II. Malone, petitioned herewith from yesterday's!! death.
the Congressional Record the J j at Florida University; interview: AQUARIUM OF PROPOSED WORK War Demand
The new schedule for the day : e
the court to issue restraining
next day, still are talking aboutit. classes is follows |James R. Longstreet, William a I, "The economic value of trade world war was responibl) 5
as : : i I '
Covey. Daytona Beach William order enjoining the defendants cannot be questioned in business for
Senior high school group: 10 a. : ; J any much of coal's trouble. Booming .
Phra e-M king m.. Tuesdays and Thursdays. i Goetsch. John Dighton. Jack Rus- I named in the petition, about :55;:;,j j I discussion be it international I Classes for children will begin:! The regular noon luncheon of I industry cried for more and

As an illustration: Junior high school group: 10 a. n'lI. C. RJ Mason, Richard S. Ma- I from interfering with the board :* or local. Barter 'and trade have Monday morning; at the Key West' the Key West Rotary Club was more coal. Hundreds of new
"1 for Sir tot and t ron. Sanford, Fla.' ; M.\ J. West- its ]I always been the stimulus to ac- mines were opened. Thousand
pause a moment. m., Mondays Wednesdays. or employes while spraying Tropical Aquarium where younger held today, presided over by E.
consider the President of the Grade school group: 10 a. m., fall, Orlando, Fla. All are members tivity. Trade an-J exchange have I I.1 men became miners. Millions of[
trees their A.
or have Stronk. of the
in president
West will organi
propf persons Key an
of the Florida Audobon about the difference I
Socieiy brought
luiled States. Great is the of- Fridays and Saturdays. Between :- I I dollars were invested. The industry -
fice but great is. the penalty of.. j f crty. t,'i the present civilization and opportunity to study and I learn zation.All i in the post-war boom year

its honor,-. They know that*: Another member, Rupert J. J!., This morning the case of the the primitive existence of the about fish: life in the tropical ".a.1 committee chairmen made 1 lof 1920, turned out nearly 60000.04ll.inAs..a'be.kooliourub,-

J +C't E +frthn.nek.s 4 yj ALLSETFORCARNIVAL.-. Jj2njplrpekpf\! ; .Day tuna- Peach defendauts.w..Vsrgueds bj.-State',dwk.jiee*.__ The exchange of the ters surrounding tl e-island"."*' -.- j I reports of. the year's: a ctt.iti'" ; -
the chart of the ii- president of the Tlojida Audobon I,I products of the different countries ed. Only in southern Vt Vu
Constitution :| :Senator: Arthur Gomez and the Emory Lowe Pierce who recently and also gave an outline of proposed
reeled true I 1 Society, left over the highway thismorning I has created the unsatisfied: 1 ginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and
by democracy. And as" AT beard's argued by Mr. work to be carried during
case was of received his degree from the I : on -
the citizen builds for prosperity en route to Duke University wants mankind. We do not I Alabama was John L. Lewis
and prays the blessing of God he where he will be a member Malone. I! know what we want until we have University of Florida,.having majored I the coming! year. The committee scrappy president of the mineworkers

exclaims his political text: "N.ti. I PARKTONIGHTEXCELLENT of the /acuity for the summer I. At the conclusion of arguments seen and learned what other people in marine biology last Monday chairmen are: unable to gain a foot

Al-No Retreat America." term. The others arc remainingover I Judge Browne rendered a decision have produced and are producing became superintendent' of the B. C. Moreno, club service; Mel-, hold.

Senator Ashurst 'of I for the day and night and will denying the injunction, giving: I ; then we have new desires aquarium and announced this vin Russell, vocational service; J.j| Then came' the industrial clump.I .
himself renowned as an PROGRAM WILL leave by highway tomorrow morn- both sides 30 days in which to secure and in turn new demands, all of classes. J. Trevor international service 'I With it, industry started turning!
the of the
which I morning starting ;
AriZOna'j increases trade.
and a phrase-maker If testimony and appointed Attorney to fuel oil and natural gas. Th"
Chas. Smith .
colleagues, came into the BE RENDERED IN CONNEC Allan B. Cleare as special I years ago no one wanted an automobile program committee.Mr. boom-year production: figure was:

just as the resonant voice of Lewis 1' t JUDGE BARNES AND t master in the. matter ; the internal combustion They will begin next Monday at I Russell is also chairman of cut in two by 1932.

was intoning "prays the blessing I]i TION WITH EVENT SPONSORED ; I engine was produced and made 9 a. m., and will ,be held three the community service. Then Came NRA
known the world and
to overnight -
of God." He scorned his own BY LOCAL FERA times a week, Mondays, Wednes- I Mr. Smith gave a talk in his This was the situation when
WIFE ARRIVE : everybody in the remotest:
desk to sit almost at Lewis' feet.I lands demanded an automobile days aryl Fridays. Later, a class capacity as chairman of the program -! NRA came along. The union had

And when Lewis concluded, I I which has resulted in one of the for adults may be started, the I I unit, and gave a resume of been asking special coal legislation -
Achnrst was on his feet im Everything was set this> afternoon TO BE BURIED : world's industries I I but the operators feared it.
greatest and one aquarium director t-aid. : many activities carried on by the )
mediately.Ashnrst. for the carnival being staged PROPOSE TO REMAIN IN KEY of the greatest articles of The only concrete move toward
Also Speaks > at Bayview Park on the tennis I II I II HERE TODAY I i merce The products of our coun-com I All kinds of life in the aqua-1: organization during the year. I stabilization was the establi-li-
'"Mr. President," he said "the' courts under the sponsorship of!t I WEST try are constantly increasing. New rium will be studied by members William II. Malone gave ment of Appalachian Coals Im .

charm and, erudition of the able the recreation department of the MONTHS I II things are invented and developed, I of the class starting next Monday. a talk on his recent trip to the a marketing agency for a numberof

senator from Illinois are such thatI Key-West Administration I j i and when properly made known I They will learn of the various I', New York conference of seaport I I southern producers.

am moved to speak." Exhibition boxing matches I|I FORMER KEY WEST RESIDENT will be demanded l by the people of habits of the fish, how they catch i mayors and business men. lie} Lewis scented the possibilities

All within listening distance which will take place inside a':! Judge Charles B. Barnes, gov DIED IN MIAMI YESTERDAY the world. :told of the proceeding carried ;, of NRA long before the bill
moved a bit closer. The two most tent, and games of skill will be i I ernment's representative on the XIt; is the new and unusual products I their food, how they digest it, reasons I,' on at the meeting and stated that I I creating it was ,enacted. He sent:

facile tongues in the senate were offered the patrons. I Bituminous Coal Labor Board, and ; SERVICES AT I that will be demanded and i it" for their various colors, and the conference was a complete I a huge force or organizer into

at play. The Key West Hospitality Band 1 I Mrs.. Barnes, arrived yesterday '' ,IU',increase! the commerce. The 'will study at first hand some of success throughout. I the coal fields.
'.! "The senator from Illinois", is to furnish music for'the'carnival from Cincinnati and will spend J even exchange of the same com- the organs of the fish. ,Studies! I, Delegates who are attending the' Wage IncreasedThe

W continued Ashurst "is an honorto and a space has been' set I'I several months,,'at least, in Key I I modities among nations or peoples I under the microscope: also will( be| international convention in MeXi-l' union was hard medicine
the senate. He i The funeral of Mrs Laura Collins t made. return to Key West next
dance it 'If'Or'no value to either I
tone. Judge Barnes and! Mrs. Barnes party. but most of them finally accept<< <'J
"I do not always agree with t ;The program for the free, show]I werein Key West earlier in the who died in Miami yesterday;' Each country must exchange: or The"class is being organized; and; will make their report at the, it after a prolonged fight. Union

President Roosevelt but when being given: follows: < 'W year and at that time decided Key Li being held this afternoon. fell the ECrplus! of its own pro primarily for children. Others may next meeting of the organization j wage and hour contracts were"

his most violent critics are nothing Solo-Susan LaKin. 'I Wet would be an excellent placein i ices are being held 3:30 o : serV-1: 'duct's and ,buy' or exchange: the attend if they like, it was said. The club made preparations to-j' signed along with the code whirn)
First Methodist church day for the incoming officers,.
Solo-Madge Sands. of the other In
surplus : country.
more than a pressed flower which to spend the summer. 1 permitted the producers to fi flattened between'the leaves of Tap Dance-Gerald Pinder. I They made arrangements with body was placed at 2 o'clock. this way each county is inducedto headed by Melvin Russell as president ; prices. Wages were increased a.'
i I J. C. Gekeler of First Presbyterian who will take charge at the
Solo Harriett Johnson. create larger surplus! to sell -
the book of time, possessing indeed I the housing department of the ; a CURTIS GIVEN much as 300 per cent in some oo>,
i Guitar Solo-Jack Mathews_ | church i is officiating.Pallbearers = increasing I next meeting t
none of their original form!I FERA and upon their arrival yesterday > to the other cointrthereby I the southern mines..
W. S. Eakins,I
and certainly none of their er>!t-.. Solo-Helen Curry. at once occupied they'j i i are: its own wealth t' For the first year the cMa
while fragrance, the noble .f-} Duet-Alberta Peterson and I Knowles cottage onVernon William W. Pinder, Allan B. "We should net buy from other SCHOJJLHONORS I SPENCER BODY ; seemed to work beautifully. THO
Madge Sands. been renovated ; Cleare Sr., Ralph Russell. countries that which we producein
which had
forts of President Roosevelt ror'tbe avenue !i| industry as a whole made mon -r
Piano splo-Gt's Ayala. I and Pinder and Steadman Pjnder. t. sufficient quantities for our
common good will remain and following winter occupancy for the first time in a decs' "
bless our country." Solo-Ruth Koleits. ''all modern appurtenances in readiness -;1 1! Arrangements are in charge of r own nt'Cds.V e should buy in FORMER KEY WEST BOY NOW' TOlBESHTPPEDj: Then price chiseling started. Re,,-
Hen- the Lopez Funeral HomeAccompanying
The politics of the question un- Acrobatic Dance-Shirley for use. i' which I I larger quantities: from others that f mote "gopher hole" mines' started:
son. the body F I which we do not produce. MAKING RESIDENCE IN .
der discussion: didn't matter. I it. Others were forced to follow.
Solo Qlga] Ramos. arrived on the morning train were "An intelligent and scientific I
Whatever political theme there WIRE RECEIVED YESTERDAY Just when last year's and
I II. Joseph Collnis Mr. study of the Droda-ts of each ,
hour contracts with the ,
Was those
was buried as far as miner?
i James M. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. I
would readily reveal that
j j
who heard the expired 1 this the
two April
were concerned TWO LICENSES year.
Edmund: Crittenden, son, Robert, which each lacks. With this information -
at the outset \ 1 WERE whole coal price structure col
and Mrs. Hattie were
Bugg. They
PRIZEWINNER at hand, mutually profitable Pershing Curtis son of
Senators, even habitual TO \WED ISSUED I. met by a group of relatives and trade will follow. Mr. and Mrs. lapsed.
itcs, welcomed the interlude.lIcrJ-1 i friends. "It is the d'ity of our government Thomas H. Curtis, Wefe-Hoor Contract Extended.

I I The Jacksonville Journal of recent Mrs. Collins for many years wasa of all governments, to make formerly of Key West but BOW Funeral services for Mrs. Teresa -! The union claims to have seen

121 PASSENGERS i date had the following to say I[ resident of Key West but with this study and make the results making their home in San Francisco Spencer, age 68, wife of W. B. this coming. Its counsel wrote a

Two marriage licenses *ere issued i lof a contest participated in bY other members of the family has easily a/aiable! Tor the benefit of I Calif., was an ,honor grad Spencer* who died on Tuesday'afternoon _, coal stabilization bill to create a
I this week from the office of high school boys in Duval County:| been residing for a numbers of commerce. The neglect; : of this uate at the recent commencement were held yesterday afternoon "little NRA" for the coal) industry -

LEAVE ON CUBA Probate Judge Hugh Gunn. which I "Many youthful model airplane j I years in Miami. Several years phase of international commerceon exercises of the Polytechnic High at St. Mary'. Star of the. with heavy penalties for
I makes a total of 10, for the; builders are planning to grow upj 1 ago ber husband known to hundreds the part of the American people Sea Catholic Church Rev. A. L.: price-cutting. Senator Gnffpy
month of June to date. { to revolutionize the plane build-' of dear friends in Key West is, in my opinion one of the School of that city. Manreau, offici*ting. I (D.-Pa.) and Representative

Steamship Cuba' sailed yesterday -1 I I Issues during the present'' week:ing industry as a result of a eon-J as "(Tncle Jimmy Collins," died in major causes for our loss of trade. As one of the students attaining While the services were being Snyder (D.-Pa.) introduced tho

for Havana with 109 first i: were made to Charles Sands and j Itest held at the municipal airport Miami. The body was brought to I We have concentrated on certain ,toe highest grade in the schoolhe held, a wire was received: notifying: measure. Many producers! opposed

class passengers. 12 second elasnJ j[: Grace Thompson; Birchernald\ Saturday by the Jacksonville.| Key West for interment.The countries and ne:heted: others. has been made a member of the those interested to ship the body: the bilL Their chief ob-

three automobiles five tons of, Knowles and Dalia Griner. Model Club. Winners are: j deceased: is survived by a We have fastened ocr eyes on I California Student Federation, to Jacksonville for burial, and the. jection was to side provisions that
freight and 92 sacks of mail. j 1 e I "For solid models in the senior I daughter. Mrs. Edmund Critten-f Europe and devoted our energiesto remains will be sent out this afternoon I would require them eventually to
Ferry Palma returned yesterday -' SPECIALFrida7 class' Richard Reynolds first!I den; three Sons Joseph R-, James the establishing I of trade with and held the position of Student, on the train.Pritchard's I pay $300,000,000 to buy "raai-

afternoon from Havana with place, and Jefferson Browne seci -'' M I. and Paul Collins; two sisters,t them and nezlected: : the western t Court judge during the last term. Funeral Home is in I ginar coal land as a reserve and
14 carloads of pineapples, 124. and Saturday ;i ocl place." Sirs Julia Baez, of Tampa and: hemisphere. Our staple products Having reached the educational charge of arrangements. to rehabilitate excess miners.

sacks of mail and 11 empty cars.)i I APPLE AND MILKCHOCOLATE 35c I I "The Jefferson Browne referred Mrs. Hattie Bug: of Miami; four are to a larze extent the staple status which is required to entera Survivors are the husband W. I The fate of the bill was M beclouded

Steamship Alamo. of the Clyde-.. CAKES to is the son of Joseph E. Browne, brothers. John H., Robert W. and products of Europe. higher institution of learning B. Spencer; brother E. V. F.t when the old wage and

Mallory Lines is due to arrive Cream Pnff who was born and raised in Key Charles H. Thompson; of Key "Europe U not interested in Mr. Curtis plans to enter the Brough; niece, Mrs. Frederick| boar contract expired that the

Sunday from New York en route i I MALONEY & PEACOCK [ West and is the grandson of West, and Samuel G. Thompsonof buying from as. Its interest eon- University of California at the beginning Brooks, the latter two being of])union agreed to extend the old

to Tampa. I 3 Judge Jefferson B. Browne. Tampa. (Continued on Page Four) of the fall term. Jacksonville. L |wages and hours ,


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'matt BRIDGE REGULATION t will not be in keeping with thel ........................

ittp Ctf1m UNUSUAL ,FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN surrounding and prefers to move 1) Today In History
now than until later date.[
Published Dally Except Sunday By Considering the spread of the bridge- "\ ( >od>ghet wait a .......................
playing industry it is strange that of OF ALL TRADES Ed.t- of the
,"P. ARTMAV.'pre.Meat none x/40: : : American i 1782 The Great Seal
'.JOE ATuLETV., Aavlataat Ba.t._ "Mamas our legislators; has had laws passed for its i appeainct Here 'jMt .IB YeariAt people will never settle down to! United States with the American
From The Citiiea Bulldln .r. JACK M iloeCTOR. I Today A. Taken'From < work until more of them are fit-i Eagle as emblem, adopted.
regulation. Now comes a suggestion that SAND
Corner Greene and Ann 8 recta I (UMBER The File Of Th. Citizea; ted out with non-!'kid tongues. j I'I
players be compelled to pass an examination I V. % POtCJ PlAYER 53Wt< : : Virginia admittedto
Only 'Dally''Newapaper In Key West and7ifonroeCounty. before being licensed to indulge in the \ I ''I Tomorrow afternoon 3 o'clock''} Statehood. "
A. Lecthi, of West,
Cbw GOVtMMaL Harry Key the Regulars and Indians will'

Entered at Key went Florid. a.'second elan matter game.The I' PUNCHER CARRIER ,i who'receired his education in the meet at the army barracks to play I 1875-japan's first Parliament
suggestion comes, not from a 'liberal arts at Oberlin College and the second' game of a baseball:'
his legal training at the law col- .
'United sene large gathering of fans
Senator I :
States but from an editor, i
) ........'.f't.. A..eltei'PreenThe I![lejre of University of Florida, has i 13 expected to be present' as thel",
whose'Zeal'for the public welfare has been i I 1877-Fire in St. John. NewBrunswick
V law
Ae.oclated'Pree.'la'exclu.ively'entitled to use SW.OF become associated! with the regulars defeated the Indians bst i i,
for repitbllcatlon of all news dispatches credited to aroused by a report from Kansas City,'I 'ThE UNWELCOME MONA8AWUE I I I firm of Clifton D. Benson, of Scnday ry a !COre' of 3-2 in a 101 1 section and, took swept toll the of business than

it or not otherwina credited In this paper and 'also where .a wife shot her/husband. The vic, S3RANGERr a l ,IS HOLLYWOODS {i Miami. Mr. Luethi is theson of inning game. 1!1600 houses.1893Celebrated. more
the local news published lIere.jiNATI a.t MOST 5L/CC/ Jf Mr.\( and Mrs. A. D. Lnethi,of Key :
tim was also the lady's bridge partner it %' FUL FEMININE I''West and was 'admitted to the Members of Cirl Scouts Troop'I| Lizzie Borden

NAl EDITORIAL appears, and when he bid one spade and,I' t 1 UORTiOJLTUIWJ tate bar in April of this year. I Number 4 are requested to be at'! murder trial at Fall River, Mass.

ASSOCIATIONnlBSCHIPTIO', I another player plunged on a different suit { .SHE HAS vvov' headquarters in Scottish Rite I II ended in verdict of not guilty
19.3.5 P1212ES I Much cordial interest centers hall tomorrow evening: 7:15 o'clockfor'the j
the wife raised to four spades. The husband ,
oft attending the
FOR HER.KVEAR abbut the'W ddinJl: of Sties Amanda purpose ; 1931 Prendent; Hoover proposes
: RATES! 'was set, blaming his wife for reckless Packwood to E. R. Ayo, which I services at 'St. Paul's church. ;
_, $10.00 ORCti1Df his moratorium on foreign
One Tear 0.00 bidding and as a result of the argument 51 will be olemnized in Charlotte debts for a year.BENJAMIN.
Six Month Packwood is William 'R. porter, J. Otto I
N. C., 1. Miss
July .
Three Months LEO she'shot him. Kirchheiner ''and T. Ross Roberts! :
_,. a graduate of Convent of Mary I LOPEZ
One Month .S5.%. Now, the aforesaid editor asserts, all LL Immaculate and has conductedthe : were today,appointed by Governor'John :
Weekly -- FUNERAL HOM'EEat.IoIl.lIed
persons who aspire to play bridge should I Packwood studio in thi! city Martin to be trustees of the
ADVERTISING! RATES Monroe County Water Supply,, 49 Years
Made known on'application.PECMI. be caused 'to 'pass a rigid test, not with l for'two rears.1\lr. Ayo is a grad Louisiana District created by the 1925 Key West's Oldest
'the of -
uate 'of University
r '.! JTOTICR! i reference to'their skill, but to determine / and is now district'inspector legislature; Notification to this Z4'Hoar' AIDIo.I.. Service

All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of their mental poise. If applicant is unable OLD JACKIE \ of the American Telephone and effect was received: this morning LicesseJ Embalaier
respect obituary notices. eta will be charged for at SEAPJ. HAS 1/vCW > and from Tallahassee ,I Pb..13S A:;_ht'filGWci..i.
!In North
to be set or have an ace trumped
the rate of It rents a line.Notlren ...
Smith Carolina. I --- -- -- -
for "entertainments by churches from"which 'without' undue emotion license' ,
showing a 4 WHITES. 4 RFDl. ,
a revenue is to be derived are 6 cents a line.
The ,Oil I ton Is an ,open forum fend :invites\ dlsens-: should be denied. A SILVER CUP AND tA V"' At the Rotary luncheon 'on
sloe. of public Issues and subjects of local or gt>Dt>ralint..t The trouble is that such a law if'en. AND SILVtR BELT tlt FOR CuE : l Thursday L. M\ Fabian, who i is
-but; itwill not publish anonymous communications here in the interest of the Burn! 1
forced, would practically eliminate all who rW v1N1H1R development plans for the Florida

takethe'game seriously. (Keys Bond and Mortgage! company i f 11 i. I. ;
1 ._-c___ announced the plans include,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WESTADVOCATED : beautHving'the'cdmnany's hold-
i' -- 'and 'the"'development i
inr I in thw city
of that portion of Doctor'

I -" ,J fAnjfinferesting' list of the extremes in ; 1I Arm on Dig: Pine Key which ifart + USE rc rcTT'S
|I the of the Burns
I 1. Water -anrSew, !rate. .* naturamTubstances 'was recently compiledby (rTODAY'S WEATHER company.of holdings PURER!

- '2. '''Bridges complete Road to, Main Professor Hopkins of the University of

land. Illinois, in which the following were Temperature.* ly overcast. tonight and Friday The flagpole recently erected at ? t LASTS LONGER 1
will be allowed to I
.... _.. .... I Iayview I'sik 1
named: Highest 91 possibly!! showeis -over south'! '

3.4. 'Free Hotels Port.and'Apartments. { Radium is the most expensive, being i Mean Lowest.,.._..::::::::.......:....._.:..::::::::.._..:::...84.7f tion. por iration remain. has there donated as the it Elks for'the organ-' use 1 L\ ICE REFRIGERATORS .

; worth about 100,000 times its weight in Normal Mean ........__..'......__.......82 East Gulf: Moderate past wind: I of the people of Key West. It i::: I Made of all 'metal-equipped
5. Bathing Pavilion southeast expected that ome other n tht'l t
gold. !'l>Jf insr to !! over north '
6. Airports-Land and Sea. Riinf.ll I ization in the city will furnish 1 with WATER COOLERS y '
Platinum is the heaviest of well- portion. he raised daily. r
Yesterday's Precipitation .02 Ins. flag: which may I '
7.' Consolidation of County and City Normal Precipitation .... .13 Ins. Any organization interested' may I E : They're Economical
known metals, being 21 times as heavy as WEATHER CONDITIONS!; .i q
Governments. TM. regard r\rrm --..r confer' with the Elk on this mat i
water, but the rare metals asmium and endUic at M .VI..rk Ibts :r.ralag rert.01. !I ter. 100 Per Cent Refrigeration I (//j{ .
Tomorrow Almanac tVeasure: i is low this morning '
.._ iridium heavier. I Satisfaction
... -6 are slightly Sun rises ....,......,... .. 538 a. m.1 from western Texas and the Plains Fifteen member-' of Troop 2.1 i
-- Hydrogen gas is the lightest ordinary Sun sets ..... __......... .... 7:19 p. States northeastward and Over the Girl Scouts left last night on the Priced at ; ,
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN \ substance, having only about one-four Moon rises ..........___...11:21 p. m'l Lake region. Dodge City. 'Kan*., Steamer Governor Cobb for Tampa i:
Moon .._.__,. ... 29.C8 inches and Mich29 I'
sets!! 10.33 a. m. Detroit. i
'te nth the weight of air, but a temporarygas en route to Eustis where they $30.i 35
:: .flO inches and high '
Tomorrow Tide 1
stay for two -reeks: at the state and
WILL'always beck the truth and print it produced in certain vacuum tubes is A.M. P.M. over Florida, Miami 30.06 inches. encampment. They are under the' .i i 1I

without fear and without favor; never be somewhat lighter. High "'_'_hO_ 1:11! 12.57: light to moderate rain has ocrurred leadership of Scoutmi>tress A. II. I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; Diamonds are the hardest substance Low Barometer.m. .-..._._,_ 6:29. 7.39:) from the during Dakota the! eastward last -24 hour 01'erthe Mclnnis. I i FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S iI
a. m today:
:for never be the known, but carborundum is almost as north and middle Atlantic
always fight 'progress; organ Sea level, 30.05.WEATHER : J. Roland Adams and son Gerald ICE CO.
-or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, hard. I States and in the Ohio Valley, have 'left for Florida City where

I ,faction or-class; always do its utmost for the Electric furnaces produce the greatest FORECAST And and there thunderstorms have 'been local Soutn tho"- they will look over the situation ? TNC.'t '
ir; in
heat.'known earth, running to i with a view to obtaining a suitable Phone No. 8 '
'public-welfare'never; tolerate corruption or on up ; Carolina and central and southern t
(Till 8 m, Friday: ) site' for a dairy. In view of the
injustice! ; denounce "vice,'and praise virtue; nearly 7,000 degrees Fahrenheit, while the"extreme Key West and Vicinity: yinrida. Temperatures centime development of severalsubdi t.t t.

commend,good ,done by individual or organ in cold is solid helium and other cloudy, probably,local part11'j nelow middle normal Mvjissippi; in the and upper Ohio ValI and- ,visions in the vicinity of the rHpssosAOisiia
present dairy Mr. Adams feels
ization; tolerant others'rights views and gases which solidify at about 458 degrees //L I ley", the ute region, and Norii that the'time is near when he will
below zero. These extremes of heat and t Atlantic Slates, and are generally! I
opinions; 'print only news that will elevate be forced to 'move as his dairy
above the seasonal average in the
and not contaminate the,reader; never compromise cold are not natural,however, but are pro q. I Gulf and Sooth Atlantic States a -

with'prinelple. duced by artificial means."INCITERS maximum reading of 93 degrees

//// \' f occurring trrday. at Key West again yes- t -....................................................... .....!.........
j jf '
TO RIOT" I ); '.
Campaign municipal offices is in ..; ... ,9l? A)L;, Jarke.avllle''Ledtanr H.feI"
the offing. We quote the following comments, I) '- l'i THE SEMINOLE

as compiled by The Golden Book, in its V. RAIN V
L: I
June issue: SLow r. Partly Cloudy
About all that is left of the Blue

Eagle is the'bill. Abraham Lincoln: "This country thunderstorms tonight: and Friday; 'f '..:

with its institutions belongs to the peo gentle to moderate variable winds. 'ltt -.

: ple. Whenever they grow weary of the Florida: Partly cloudy. probably RAINRAIN
"I 'didn't thinkis the world'sgreatest local showers and thunderstorms j
existing 'exercise
stock answer. government, they can in south portion tonight and Fri

,their 'constitutional right of amending it, day. ,
their to dismemberor Jacksonville to Florida Straits
or revolutionary right I
Baseball is great American'game- Moderate northeast and easy "..._...111.. 'Fi.rida ; :
when the home team wins.Japan's overthrow it. winds over north portion and mod,' '"IIA". B. tRINER. H..aerA 1-I.
Thomas Jefferson: "I hold a little erate south and southeast! winds I human home-like Inatltutlon .
south where you will find y.ar l.4r"l4Ml.1't ; ::
rebellion and then is 'and over portion; weather .
now a good thing 'parti 9.mtt.Tt mm* >rt.I..t a matteR
policy is to grab what he '

peace.wants 'and let the other nations keep the storni&Jin as necessary! the in physical j the political That l world signify as a I I I KEY WEST'COLONIAL l A .of feel I.great'the tlTrmtm bear-Importance.+t( balUlv.1 the .ltfu I't I!l: It: Won't: BeLong Now--Bound. To :0

few lives lost in The tree HOTELIn --- -
a century or so,
of liberty musty} be refreshed froM time to I Every..d Shower Room Hath.with Combination Radio. Electric Tub; r Rain 's'oonWhy Not Prepare 0
The Supreme Court appears to thinkwe the Center of the Business relling Fan Slat Poor for Summer' ?
''time wit'lthe' blood of patriots and tyrants. and Ventilation.Comfortable Beds with ,
should depend more on the Constitution ,. JMWTW 'm TheaterDiatrietm Mattresses .Inner Spring; ConBtrurtion : :
and Individual Reading d
'and less the bylaws.A ..
on First Cla* -Fireproof- Lamps.
Woodrow Wilson: "We have forgotten

the very principles of our origin if we Senubl 'Rat.. HATES! RUcU7S v SPECIAL 1 a
'Florida girl has been awarded a R__.. Private Rath ':081: I -
have forgotten how to object, how to resist I Ii COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Me R_.. Private Bafh4o ,_ ,-2.51
medal for her "interest in mankind." And ... Hath s.ee' .
'f R** Private .
i how agitate,how to pull down and 54 R**_.. Private Ratio ___._ '&..:141:
she'll 'probably:get her man. : Car*( Elevator !. Sample RMMS. Private Bath 4.81'I
'build up, even "to the 'extent of Yevolutidnary i Prie. DOTBLB : "
practice." .I Popular .r 'I:!'IICIIT I'ieREASE'FOR OCCCPAflCT! 75 LB. STANDARD SLATE 25

Another thing that can credited to --- I 5j ROOFING, Red or Green Per 'Roll) $2

the NRA. It placed the pretty island city .
of Key West 011 the'map.-Times-Union. S | Regular Price -X2.7519bik $

Much favorable press comment has
We will! be.pleased to have you consult Us about
Shiploads of 'pineapples are 'coming been accorded Oklahoma's blind Senator

i into Key "West ''from 'C ba. And they 'can Thomas Gore, because of hi courageousand how you can: 4.; 'Cisterns .Are _Dry 'WhyN t theck' For Cracks? I

be grown just as well in Florida.-Times-, spirited reply to certain of his con-

Union. stituents who threatened him with politi'ea'1 A ,Phone Call To 'Us Will Bring The Cement |]
Build i
vengeance if he vote for the Buy, or :

Advertising 'if properly and wisely '$380,000,000" :work-relief bill. ,

done,means s larger volume, and greater net Aside from any consideration of the; Refinance Y, Home, 5: We Also 'Carry A Complete -Stock
'profitseven 'if the seller accepts less 'profits 'merits ,of ,the bill itself, the "Senator's retort

'per sale. is worthy of repetition. He said: : and Down Spouts

"This will 'acknowledge your ex-' 'or repair or modernize any type of I

The Citizen does not think Alabama ceedingly diplomatic and hospitable 'tele'" building on insuredcredit_ J .

Pitts should be given a chance to play ball gram. shows how the dole spoils the .

after serving penitentiary: sentence for "oul. Your telegram intimates that your "Your'home -

burglary. He might steal a base. votes are for sale. Much as 'I value votes,'I The :first National Bank 'of Key{ West : is worthy "the best" 5

''I'm not-in.the'market; I cannot-consent tobuyvotes f fI ] South Fkiife Gootraclkg & ftigineerkig Co. i I IPfacne'598
The Mocking\ Bird is the state song- with -people'g'money.. I :
fi Approved Mortgage Under the
Florida and :Down Upon the "I debt to the wellas "
Mter "Way owe a taxpayers as i : White tad Elba Streets .:
:Jiuwannee River,""ig the state 'N>ng. :We : the unemployed. 1 shall discharge: ; ..
could be pleased to hear the mocking bird both. None but the bully resorts to threats i .J 1 :..................... v .........................:

learn that lilting, tune.. and none but the coward yields to them." : "III.lI'I



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1. .. I 'Lt-G: AZ'SC5Rr1'1T j-wa.........................nn during war- "born at Canonbnrg! I

I ( ... It .I Pa. 'Died July 21, 1863.
INE ty ) IISS..ttwli .' :I f JtniniL.rHT OF riRrrrr THFFTH "WETi or".I Today'sAnniversaries, I -

\ THFvrVTF OF 'PI.ORII INM I 1824- John Tyler Morgan, Ala.i
r I \ ''FOR 'MO ROE 'coi\Ti., I i barns lawyer Confederate soldier
1i1f I'M,1rc.0It, to tn- myself 'a pair of purl earrlnfi! Ididn't SPORTSYANKS J.CHa'CEHV H. ulltTan, :''euo.oe.eiueteso...s..e ,U. 'S. Senator for :30 year, born
.!....< Mat D.***. J.mer. I* l Complainant 'tat|: Athens, Tenn. Died June 11.
quite I pulled myself together : 1756 ''I/ '
not only marrymy Robert Xe 41i* .',/oter.or nit -.. hit in time. She laughed rather shrilly."BnflfirM .: /. I II .rtJlt..., : lant 11907.
.. *n lev "<* .omeoil* elM. Guy' a1.110nlJ'lI&r.Th : Andrew R"tin r and Eva soldier of the Revolutidn,]
W.*tur to .11. only en* to whom a'near'thing. "Such I -' -, Miller, his wife U tan \al P. I North Carolina :' 1832-Benjamin ;}}. "Bnstow,
lawyer art'gover.
tarn. and now DayAs.ha..seceed.d
.aitam' eon suited sowell
y me _
I kenburg and If married Loui ville. Ky.. lawyer, cabinet
ofafaMt *<*,..yrtivdietsy. -tlt,o d.j NT.Rtd (r, and theywere really cheap 11 I tan-talkenhurg. his wife.. ; and I nor, to whom the Univ of North I!i!' officer. New York City lawyer,

Soto aer atkerOSd her pnwpertiv 1..0-.0-._ _____ ___ : Minnie F. tan talkenburg, a Carolina is mainly indebted for its :
Elkton .
-- 'single woman. born \: Died New
t -m Wr, sad aatketram the I i l at Kr in
roon. had not gone to her room. !I' Defendants.It estaohshment. born 'in England.
ALISON York. June'22, 1896.
she -slammed tie boudoir DEFEAT LEAGUE STANDINGS I DIAMONDBALLTILT I ';the'above appearing cause by that the the sworn Defendant Bill In,I Died Nov 29, 1820 I i 1., -
Chapter door she ran down the stairs tugging L. tan talkenbnrg! and if married 1837-David J. Brewer, Kansas
on ber hat as She fled out of the I Van talkenbnrg, his wife; and i, -- I 1 i jurist, Justice of the U. S. Sni -
LOVE"TTTHAT [ DETROIT NIGHT I the Defendant :Minnie E. tan "al-
i frontdoor 'and sUmmed ;that too. I TIGERS 'AMERICAN LEAGUE TOMORROW kenburg. Kindle woman, are nonresidents 1798-Daniel'McCook. *ho'en-i i[I preme Court from 1889 to 1910

floea It matter what ane'lays' People turned round to stare at her Club- W. L i ct. of the State of Florida/ listed in the Union Army at 63,;: born in Smyrna (of Amt'riean-mil-
Daphne asked softly. as she darted down the prim step I and that their place of residence is father of'eight sons all in service ionarie'). Died March 28, 1919.i .
) ,,
I IN.DOUBLE'.BILL1 New York _....-..,_ 36 19 .655 unknown:, and it further' appearing! I ;i
"Tondont believe list do "yout"Both and
ran headlong across Chester that each of these said Defendantsare
arms locked round hIs neck Square. Chicago _..._.__ 27 21 _563teV'eland There will be two diamondball! I' over the age of Twenty-one i--- -.- -- -- ---, -

"she smiled up at him wistfully.. A respectable and even'dull neigh- t '_m..__" 30 ,24 .556 games!: at Bayricw Park tomorrow years the, and tate that of Florida there Is the no service personin :iI: 'e................e.ee.e..e..eoe.eeee..eee.e.e

"Believe that you're marrying me b rhOOd.'ClresterSquare Is unused CLEVELAND INDIANS SPLIT Detroit ..___............. 29 25 .5:17: night The Recreation department of a Subpoena upon whom would I

for 'my 'money!" 'Robert laughed to pretty 'girls rushing'm dly"kith I Boston .___...._____. 27 29 '.482 will 'play the Garage ten bind the said Defendants, or any of iI
WITH SEN. them: and that the real estate Involved -
"No, 1 on't! Apart ''from:anything 'fever-bright'eyes and flashed faces II DOUBLEHEADER -Washington __..__ 26 29 :473 This game will start promptly at;, in the above cause is described -

..lie, I'naven't-got any'of'toy'oVn, 'along ''Its 'sombre streets. She ATORS; RED SOX WIN ANDLOSE Philadelphia .__ 21 29 ..408t. 8 o'clock and the batteries will be I as follows to-wit: I FOR SALE
In the County of Monroe and
Walker and( Griffin! for 'the Recreation .
haTe I"Daphne'sltd reached the eornersof Street
"Efrnry .
Louis ..._ 16 36 '.308 State of Florida, and on the
from his 'arms and breathless.and venfovtrleken.'Suppose WITH BROWNS and L. Castro and H. Inland of Key ,Vest. known on
'patted'down"his hair. ; be had gone! :NATIONAL'LEAClJE Castro for the Garage boys. Wm. A. Whltehead-s. Map delineated I

She'said softly"It"al rather silly But the shabby blue .Rorerwas Club'w.' 'L Pet. There iill be a second game of Tract In' February l',but,now 12 better. ax apart i v

'of her,'wasn't It! But I don't 'sup waiting drawn up by the curb. (Spendl .. The CUUem) New York 35 14 ,714 l between the Lighthouse and the known a* Lot 1. Block 4 of < l.- .. ..- '. "

pose she realizes Bob. that all the ""There you'are:-- NEW YORK Jane 20.AJ' Pittsburgh _.__..... 33 23 .589/'Bavview' Park tea.This will' be I A.said'Gwynn Tract 19 Diagram, according recorded to T\. I .' } ;':;.;.;j.4'..... ...H.rr,1, ; ;!

money Is tied m. on her and that Alison did'not febstrer She leaped home run outburst featuring Hal ',.St. Louis ......_......._ 30 23 :566Chieagii : /an exhi*.ition game, to follow immediately in Plat Honk 1, page 34 ..f Moa- :. ;;: .. i"i

yom can't leave' me a thing. :; Not that 'Into'th ear and 'slammedthat! Moor Tro kys tenth and eleventh cir-I ._' ............ 28 24 ..5381B.ookljn I the oening.contef't.. I roe Commencing County!, at Florida a point Record at the; \ ,, ,> :

'I want you to.- my dear. I'm not as too chit drives of the! season, enabled :.....-._..-.... 2426 -.>4601 i Monday night the Recreation Corner of Von Pfister and White ;
mercenary as alf that.: I ''Hullo' \\hat's -.up*" He, looked the Indians to defeat Washington Cincinnati _.... .. no 21 3.2396. ten Avill cross bats with the Service streets, and running thence I ,
You mercenary!" he laughed .tartl naturally,. _. outfit tve! first and the along: the raid White street In to .,
I 10 to 5. in the second :same of a I Philadelphia 19 30 .388, in game a N. W'ly. direction U feet and '
again .tweaked her ear. *"iou, "Don't talk totnc,or a minute anddrlse doubleheader. after they had seen Bostonrty..... .. ._ '17 35 .327 Garage! bays: will pl.w! the Light- : 9 inches; thence at rightangles .l
ha Ten't even got a' business head.: like smoke" she b gged. 'I'm i tioxtse aggregation in .the second 'in 'a N. ETiy. direction 100 feet
I victory snatched away from them .. and 1 Inch; thence at right
)tare you! Imagining that your account almost ppccchlcss! <<: with rage, that's content,
in the last two of the I ''I i angle in a S. K'ly direction 46
was. In credit trhen it was all" I( feet and 9 inches. : thence at 1
: opening contest. CLA'SSIFLEDC ........................1 right angles In a S. Wry direction 1I 'f '+
Julius Solters. clouting St.t 10. feet and 1 inch back to I +ta '11 tqtrslt"l tlUl

I Louu outfielder "was a. rankling .. 0 t.U MN'; I Today's' Birthdays I! the Also place- On of the beginning Inland ;of Key

to Boston pitchers, the } West known on W m. A Whitehead -
sore as 1 t
I ...............+ """.....I 's Map delineated In Feb ,
try s t F Browns divided a twin bill with '........................ i' ruar,.. 1829. as part of Tract ; :
j i the'Red<< Sox. taking the'nightcap. 1. Dr..Arthur E. Morgan chairmanof 1', but now better known as I
: 6 'to' 3, after dropping! ) the first! PERSONAL : the Tennessee Valley Authority I Lot 2 of Block 4 in Tract IS, _

[game :8 .to 5.i ., !: 'president of Antioch College.en'ltineerinif according recorded to W In A.Plat Gwynn'sDiagram Book
The Boston Braes.and. the STOMACH ULCER,' :: PA1NS, 1 'company president 1, page 34 of Monroe County, 4 It t 11y

Chicago! Cubs divided two hard-;I 1 INDIGESTION victims!, why; born_ in Cincinnati. 57 years gao.. Florida Records: Commencingat I''' 11 i
:suffer! For quick 'relief'get a :: i a point on White" Street die
Brdves'winning': : inches from
fought games, the I tant 4t feet and *
:. free sample ef Udga, a doctor's 4; j the Corner of White and ton
the first by a 2 to 1 margin and (I .prescription nt Gardner's j I Mrs. Helen M, (Gould) Shepard Pfister Streets and running: -, "":
I I I j j I -' -
the Cubs 'taking the second 3-0. i jof thence along said White Streetin J JI
The Yankees took a doubleheader ,,, Pharmacy' New York City, beloved philanthropist a N. W'J,., direction 4( feet ;? .. .2i.. t .J.
jun 18.19-20.25-26-27july2-3-5.9-; : '>- born there 67 years and 9 inches, thence at right i :. ""
Detroit and shoved the -
I I,' angles in a North ETly direction '" .
Tigers 'down into fourth place in]I10-1'lx I I, [ ago 1 I 10. feet and 1 Inch; thenceat -- "
------ right angles in a S. E'ly
'a long,: battle;that had JIll'the 'elements -: i 'r'rr direction feet and'S Inches' I '

.r of ''a dime novel After,/; FOUND .1;[ Herbert S. Crocker, .of'D<<>. I 'thence at right angles In a StVly ; t .;; ; -
clubbing out a 13 to 3 triumph in : ''a noted civil engineer born direction 100 feet and 1 I --
FOUND-A '8teh. Owner may i I Ii I inch back to place of beginning -"..
the opener the league-leaders<< had !: Havernill N. !!? 68 rears nyer'j It is therefore ordered that saM -
to- '12 innings 'to win. '7 to 6.I i describe same to receive it and"pay ., Defendants L. Van talkenburg andIf ..
go ------
for !this advertisement.I I I he is married Van Valken-
in a finish!! that kept the crowd of I. burg his wife; and the said Defendant Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -
George F. j j i tan Y.lk ,
K. nburg
: Minnie
.r y. t 27,000 on edge until the last manwas I I I II I I
retired. street. Jun20-3t I II 1[I FERA representative in Washington -!'a single woman; hacing'or claiming street. In exclusive neijhborhood.: Beautiful viewof
110 baTe 'an interest In and tolh.,
former Miami. Fhu editor
: The summaries: '!I property herein described, be. andthey the ea and overlooking Coral Park
.NATIONAL LEAGUE !1 I 'ROOMS born at Lafayette Ind, 52 years' are! each, required to appearto
i the Bill of Complaint filed in For price 'and terms 'apply to
i iI
pk ; ago; i
First Came ::"THE MUNRO"- j.00, i said cause! on or .before the 15th
At Boston R. II. E. I ----- day of July, A. D. 1t35, otherwisethe I L'P. ARTMAN
$2.50: and $3.00 per week, allegations of saM Bill of Complaint -
Chicago _.__ 170 Double and Single._ 128 N. 'Herbert J. Drane of Flonda, in the above entitled cause The
Boston _,_._ : 262 will be taken as confessed and C 4 Citizen Officeor
Federal Power Commissioner bornat
,,4th street, Miami, Fla.
L' A E.1 Judgment by default entered against
Warreke and Odea,
a e Batteries may24- Franklin, Ky.. 72 years ago. I' them.
Hartnett. ROSS C SAWYER,
''Chester'Square,unused to pretty girls rushing'madly. I .. Clerk of Circuit Court Monroe :Residence 1309 Whitehead Street.FI.R.MS
FOR REN1 Edward of i
I G. Seubert. president j County. Florida.

overdrawn! By the way you paid All right But.Just look at this" Sec"J' Game. the Standard Oil of Indiana, born j,:LOUIS Solicitor HARRIS for Complainantjun413H27,

that check In*" He dropped an early News IntoeJ.lal At Boston R. n. E.,: J BICYCLES-WE RENT by the at Syracuse X Y., 59 years ago. JlyS ...... leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei ........... teeeeeee

> and rRes; s.: pnrittpk.A>$u3gep..nearlJ, : : ----7: : ,-- --- -- ----- .--. --- -
_. ______... 0 5 0
had fit explained bow rd tooT literally. The car jumped tor. Boston m % makes and paint them'with

come to give the post-dated one. He ward, shared the corner out into I Batteries W. Lee and Hart- Nu-EnameL We carry a fall

'.aid I'd better get'yon to make ours Constitution Hill took the Buckingham nett; Belts and Ho ".an. supply of parts. Agent for the -.

-a'Joint account so that yon'could 'Palace Road bend on two II Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I
Pittsburgh at New York postponed -
keep/an'eye on me.":Daphne gave wheels and went up Into.the'Parkat And sell them as low as $5.00

.a gurgling laugh at the remem ', a pace which defied all regula rain. down and $1.00 per week. We.

brance. "He's such a nice man. He tions. "St Loris at Philadelphia, Buy and Sell all makes of used

'was quite fatherly! Fatting my arm They missed-a shocked "Rolls by Ironed, rain.Cincninrti. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. I

'and Vanting to know'what I'd done mere Inches as they did the'whirligig I port.j Stowers company, 515 Duval

about settlements and whether you'd around the'statue of the old at Brooklyn: street. apr9-tf

insured your life-I had quite a lotbf Queen, and touched sixty in the header: postponed, wet groun Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

trouble to get away." MalL But Alison oblivious of the FURNISHED APARTMENT electric -

"Oh by the way, about insuring risks which they ran. sat pallid I II 'AMERICAN LEAGUE I ice box. Archie

rte been thinking. It might be the staring at the'paper on her knee. First Game 1001 Eaton street.
R. II E. Thompson.1
best plan If I did Insure my life In OnlY'a paragraph'wedged In be- At St. 'I'
your favor. I've been thinking over tween the victory of the Arsenal and Boston ..._. ''-'_'"- 8 17 1
.......... .. .... 5 10 0 i AMERICAN COFFEE 1t 0 SES
"What yon said last night and that is a boxer's wedding plans, a para- I I St. Louis FOR RENT'-:Furnished Apartment .:JOHNfC PARK' T.H'I S 'S P A'Ct:
and R
with the In Batteries: W. Ferrell .
the simplest way" said Robert graph heading thick All modern conveniences. Now Offered'In 3 Grades:
black print "BODY IN AN EMPTY Ferrell; W lkup. Coalman, Van I 1113 Varela street. jun20-2t .

'"X'fY dear you misunderstood HOUSE.'Below: Atta, Andrews and :!emsley.Seco.d i 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR, lb-25c1 FLORAL PIECES A : r

iime" Daphne was full of ten "New tenants, breaking Into a 'COTTAGE FOR RENT Completely -! LARGO "It, 18c; : SPECIALTY 12 'Insertions
der concern."I only said that I knew locked cellar In the Croft House. Game : furnished with linens!I '.
how difficult!! it was to keep money Ytarley. Sussex today found the At. St. ..LouisI R. H. E.1 i and new Frigidaire. Apply 625, : '1'1) V. & s., tb 15c.

put aside. That something turns up, body of a man who had evidently Boston _..__._. -- 374''k I Division street. ';un2'lwkl() p 1'0 111 D 1lJ.1'-P Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES '

generally and one leaves It. that's been dead some time. St- Louis _'-'-'6 11 2 I
TUN1-G I 'Grocery Store 'PER MONTH
alir "The police called In at once are BatteriesWelcT<< u PIANO ,
"That's Just it. If I Insure you still examining the premises and rell; Cam and Hemsl l y.i 'I Roasted in Key West SOUTH rLORIDAUI !
are provided for. whatever hap Moreno 'DURO (PUMPS
can make no statement but It appears PIANO TUNER Laureano '

pens." that the body must tan J lava ,* % 'Fr.fuame| .. Excellent piano for._sale STAR COFFEE MILL
"Don't! When yon talk like that there at 'least four days. The fact At Detroit R. 'H. E. cheap. 1018 Division street. I 1'i'
you make me miserable." She clung that the door was locked I 'and Abe New York '.._:--CI_13 16 1 m23-lmo .512 Greene Street : ,$3 a 00

to him suddenly, buried her head' in key missing Is a suspicions"clrcBm-. DlfrPit+ _......_.C .._ 392 PHONE '348 Phone 256 'PHONE '
his shoulder rubbing her cheek stance" Batteries: Gomez and Dickey; FOR SALE 597

against him. "Well!"The car had stopped, held Cronder 'Hatter and Hayworth.: ,
"Ill Insure for ten thousand to-
at the top of St. James's LATE DELUX MODEL PLYMOUTH -
up Street, 34
morrow and we won't talk about it \ HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
and Guy looked round grimly. Second Came driven only 8,000 FOODSREAD- : '
..plnhe promised. "It makes me ; SELECT SEA
R. II. N'
At Detroit I SURAN.CEJewfisla2
= condition and
"Four days-but- but that's the I miles perfect just
miserable when think that I might
leave again-penniless." night we were there'!" Alison stam- New York __ 711 0 I like new. A bargain for $645 THE.'KEY'W E S T 2

"'Pleaseshe you! Implored l and mered.: don't understand! I mean Detroit ...._......_._ 6 11 1 cash. Apply 523 Eaton street.: : lb.35e A'
clapped both hands over her ears, how could a body have sot there*" Batteries Tamalis. Malone and jun9-3t Yellowtail Steak, '2 Ib. :SSe Office: 319'DuY&1 Street 1"Yellowtail

"don't say such things Pretty queer Isn't It I" Dickey; 'Bridges and Cochrane. PERSONAL CARDS=:100 printed : oa Boss, 2 lb. Z5c : USNDAY STAR

"I won't then Robert laughed "You looked in every corner C: Grouper 2lba.. ---- ,25c
First Game cards 125. The Artman
"111 lust do It and say nothing but the place. If n body had been there --Snapper '2 lb 25c I
Cleveland R. H. E. Press. .
At angl '
you know one of us must be pray we mnst've seen It"You'd !" S Icnptitlft 2 Per Year
Washington .._..11 14 1 MUoa Fish. 2 lba.._ 25e ;
tical! I'm only thinking of you" thiso YI' M.... 'AI
Cleveland _.._..._._'S 14 2 --THE-
Sbe kissed him Veat's'Only
swiftly very ardently "I went rlsht along .s far cs: the FRESH SHRIMP Key Sunday
Batteries: Hadley Pettit. Linke
coal cellar in the morning when I' Paper 'Dtlmomco Restaurant '
"1 know you are. I'm a little owl, turned the lights out and I didn'tsee and H oil rook. Kedmond; Lee. L. 'I .PORTER ALLEN
arent I! But you'll have to be wise anything Brown Winegarner, C. Brown and I j FREE Busitness'Office'Citize n I g.dw.f4tr'Ber ------__ Sic

for both of us. that alL" She cud I "Well, we know one thing now.anyway. Phillips. I I,''RLJSSEL'SCIGAR [ :LOWE FISH 'COMPANY lJuildin Sis Course Diara, ---
died close into his arms. "You know, ". COMPANY
lard Guy ,riaily. ".1:j was
Bob. you're marrying an Idiot whenIt I a;ghost Second Game I PHONE '15.1 'P'H 0 N'E 51 : ---------- JOe, Tic.aa.alc

conies to money! The stuff goes J ., At'Cleveland R. }I. E.

to my head. When rd paid In your fCopJ.4f,13JS-E'rttfa'I.i'scd1 Washington: '_'_'__ 511 1 :STORE I Ii

'check this morning I felt so horriblyrich Cleveland _....-.<____10 17 3i| AARON McCONNEIZ '.
1 Ali.n* tomorrow Is s>'ee>ed byToday's \ our !put.tioDIb -Wra PRITCHARD 1
nearly went a bust and bought a ocovery, ih. makes about G,",, Batteries: Russell Bean and i
Bokon\ Stewart end BrenzeL 536 Fleoiag Stmt JENNIE B DEBOER'pod
; '
in n package :

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; nature. There is considerable afternoon, call telephone 51
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Philadelphia at Chicago, two LICENSED 'EJlBALJlER
'ability, but probably many plans'till ....d. 'paper will! be sent to games. WATCHMAKER. :JEWELER --THE-

: your lao..... A complaint boy Boston at S-t Louis. ;j. MAJOR BASEBALL AND 'ENGRAVER 1 '
] be abandoned on account of ih.bslaae. SonIce -
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''s doubt as to their value Cultivate 6:15 to 7.15 p. m. for the
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._ THURSDAY JUNE 20, 1935.

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:-: SOCIETY : : BOXING EVENTS ......................ft* I TAKENCAREOF S I [At The Stores li liI ] 1 DRUM I BEATING

................................_..... ... .... AT Mrs.Byron Richardson left yesterday I r ANN PAGE :
NAVY FIELDWORK I afternoon for Miami where I 1RICHARDSON'S I

Enjoyable Entertainment By, she relatives.will visit several days with i TWO DOZEN OR MORE ATTEND MEATS exception are lower of this smoked week pork.with 1 I SPECIALS \I INSTRUCTION ALSO TO BE

KINDERGARTEN AT Lamb offers nest for year mosey but 1, Buying in large quantities is
Young People Last EveningThe ON BOXING RING NOW beef veal and fresh pork are one of the reasons why Will GIVEN IN PLAYING
Dan Navarro left over the East SOUTH BEACH particularly forequarter Richardson
can offer the
and batter remain aachaared public BUGLE
BEING CARRIED ON NEAR Coast yesterdayor Miami on a recent price levels. Seafood such low prices
on groceries
Club Muki Mtaki' 0 was delightfully mayor, Cecilia Elsworth, Xenia business trip.Willard continue to be a boon to as
I are contained in his advertise-
last : COMPLETION; TO BE PUT shopper. aUI.wer.j
entertained night
I iHoff, Elsie Christensen Edna Some two dozen children There are n..erallle"" crop ment in this issue. I
by Miss Solita Cobo Miss Barbara, ON ONCE EACH WEEK Russell of the border at Coral Isle Casincr. yesterday I among the fruits sweet Bias Thrifty housewives!' can make'considerable :t Prospective members of the
Pinder, Nottage, Georgia I Ii ,
Melvie red cherries West
Miss Isabelle soar Key Junior Drum
Carey and A1-mayor.i I ,lC>l J patrol, U. S. immigration service"i taking advantage of the kindergarten -1 hODe.bal1melo..., apricots savings by sending: and Bugle
Bridge and Michigan were played i Saunders,' Rosemary Saunders I .I'Fight : left yesterday afternoon for Mi- in the .vegetable field b their grocery order to Richard-I I Corps will have an opportunity to
and light refreshment was facilities being provided by lIale.l 'kohl-r bi and rutabaga;I
a I Consuelo Carmona,.J$oIita Cobo, fans of Key West win be ami for a consultation with offi : tomips.flower Freestone peaches are pram- i son's Grocery. i 1'pet instructions in drum beatingor !
served. Consolation prize was !
!! the West Administration. ,
able to see amateur matches oncea cials. : Key bed for next week Watermelons are bugle
won by Miss Xenia Hoff. All'! Alberta Elwood, Barabara .Carey. at the half field I Mrs. Louisa Knowles took charge i said to be better than in years. beginning next
i weed Navy
themselves I Here are three menus made ap from I I Monday, it was announced today
members expressed as
Yolonda. MJen'dozaft. >ora Machado. within iAe' neat future. Work on I Earl Hathaway, deputy sheriffat I of the kindergarten Monday morn- seasonable foods, adapted, to .1Jferent'j'' DUCO SERVICEIf I
.having a delightful time.Those I I Grace Rivero, Juanita Mayg, and the boxing ring being constructed the veterans' camps at Isla-. f budget levels; f, { unable to buy a new car or by the recreation department of
attending were: ; there nearly completed. I morada who is on a short visit'I !' ing. I even a better.second hand 'bus' the Key West Administration

Ophelia Maehado, Isabelle Ar- Grace Perez. Only amateur fighters will be I with his family will leave this aft I'I'I i Only children of preschool Roast Low'Cost. Shoulder Dinner of Lamb-v than the one you are using now,1!i Samuel Higgs will be at Bay-

matched it was said at the recre- ernoon to resume his duties. i age, six years and under, are permitted -I Scalloped Potatoes Green Cabbage see Clarence Crusoe of Colonial view Park each afternoon except

ation department office of the i in the kindergarten, it was Bread and Batter I Service Station about a Duco
Miss Whitaker Browns Have Camas, who was: II Watermelon finish Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.
Cayetano on automobile.
Key West Administration today,,I emphasized today, and they must Coffee Milk your I f I Im.
I Tea or .
Weds In TampaNews House Guests but the best on the island will be trending several months with his : This auto concern does good to 5 p. m. to give instructions.The .
: be brought there by an adult.
among these. Flood lights are being son end daughter-in-law, Mr. andi I Medium Cost Dinner work at reasonable prices. student who show the greatest

provided and facilities for Mrs. F. E. Camas, left yesterday ,i Various games and other recreational Beef Pot Roast New Potatoes aptitude will be taken into the
has been received in the )Irs. Minnie Lovelace and
nep- 1600 'laiternoon for Morehead City, N.I r and educational activities Buttered Onions; Celery
eating approximately drum
per- bugle* it
corps, was said.
the of Bread and Butter
city Miss announcing Jeanetta Whitaker marriage to Glenn hew, Clarence Brown, of Sparten- sons are being arranged. C., and expects to return about II i are conducted by! Mrs.! Blackberry JIp' NO MAGICNo All persons within the age

Jaudon at Tampa. 'j burg S. C., arrived here over the John Borden. in charge of the September 1.W. Knowles during the day. Tea or Coffee Milk magic to the Plaza 5 Barbecue limits of the young people's organization -

The following article relative to Oversea Highway Tuesday eve- boxing program of the recreation I Very Special Dinner sandwich, despite the popular I i can receive the instructions .
I department is to be at Bayview R. Archer, emrloyc of the belief of those who have tried I I .
the wedding appeared in a cur-I ning and are the house guests of _Ward, left yesterday Fruit CupRoa.t '
I Park each afternoon where matches stale plant them states Manager :Mfcrrill
Lamb New Potatoes in CreamBraised
rent issue of the Tampa Tribuae,] hire and Mrs. C. C. Brown at will be made. lie also will give afternoon for a visit with rela- SEVEN BUILDING Celery Sands of the Plaza Sandwich I DIDNT HAVE TIME
and, is reproduced herewith: I tives in Miami; and Deerfield! Green Salad I
I their quarters in the. Army Earl instructions to any wanting:; themat Shop. I
''')Ii\S Jeanetta Whitaker, racks. the park it was pointed out. spending his vacation.Norbers'Thompson. PERMITS ISSUED Orange Rolls lee and Butter. Wafers "Just an honest sandwich at an CHICAGO.-Having been a

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. who\ The first fight probably will be I Coffee Milk honest place, Mr. Sands terms it. member of the alimony club in
Whitaker, Key West, and Glenn I Mrs. Lovelace, is a sister : left yecter- .
ftaped in about 10 days. jail six times William Rubens of
Jaudon, of Tampa were married. of Mr. Brown, will remain here day afternon for S short \ndies i. ,
Methodist church.: *" 1 i Seven building and repair BOY WOUNDED' 1 this city told Judge Sabath hecouldn't
Friday at First only a few days. visit in Miami, f rtli* ; per. USED CAR BARGAINS his
former wife because
The Rev. A' W. :Mathis performedthe I DR.J.YALDEZGOINGON -- t Ants were issued from the of- 1 Meltzer Motor Company stills pay -
he couldn't
ceremony. Miss Julia Moran: mediately after the ceremony was maid of honor and J. T. Stal-.a short wedding trip.: They will' law,of' l.frs. Victor'? filtr8wno! ; J to >$e sold before the first of
served best man. | reside upon their return !at ,108 TRIPTO the :inspector, during the week endIng .
lings as was pendin; a few days with June -"t- 1f. !U tie mo th
"Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon left in North Fremont aven e.''.* ""' Moffats. left yesterday afternoonfor \ : 20, for the following: !I ThcWjjautomobiles have been I
... t I -peneral repairs at residence on "
(t! i Steve SaliM!!;, 'Jr., wh6"reHueson ;
._ her home at thoroifflfly overhauled and reconditioned -
-- Southard W iteh ad.
near Own-'
ATTEND CONVENTION OF i i Windsor Lane, near United and are sold on easy: II
IpINEAPPw'C I II ir, Fred Moss; cost. $100. j ji ,
MAYOR MALONE OPTOMETRISTS IN Mrs\ Jefferson Knight and on.1 Repairs to sills 324 Caroline street, was painfully wounded, today terms. Those in the market for J
IMPRESSEDContinued Harry, have gone to spend the i while cleaning an "unloaded"high a good used car should investigate I ,
street. Owner, R. C. Curry; coat: ,
months vith Mrs. Knight's i .
MIAMIDr. summer today.ARCHER'S I .
$25. powered 22 calibre rifle.
I son-in-law and daughter Mr. and'
( from Page One) MM.\ F. L. Johnson, Detroit..llichIipn \ Repairs to floors at 522 Elizabeth -I I The bullet entered the left I

gists in selling to us. at a profit;f and; sill return about Sep-I street. Owner, E. S. Wil- shoulder, passed out and shattereda
selling to us the. products of their I Another shipment of pineapples J. A. Valdes is planning to tember 1. son; cost. $130. !' window Medical atten- I

own cheap labor end manufacture.We was received yesterday afternoon leave Monday, or possibly Sunday, General repairs to 1-123 Petronia pane. : ,

have tried to overcome this by from Cuba on the-Ferry Palma.I to attend the national conventionof Mrs.\ Charles Hoefel, daughter,, street. Owner, William Spencer: ; tion was summoned. The wound I
which will be held GROCERY ,
: optometrists cost $50.Repairs. : was pronounced not dangerous.
unscientific: methods of
the rather Dora Louise, and son, Floyd, returned -
There were 14 cars containing I in the Miami-Biltmore hotel next to bills at 718 Caroline; I I II//
tariffs and other artificial ob- yesterday from a brief visit ; "The Store That Serve "
structions. I 5,395 crates. week. with relatives in Miami. street. Owner, Mrs. r. Pea con;! Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE. You Best"GARDEN I .z
"We should turn our face in These were transferred to 20 During the week of the'conven- cost $50. I I I II II I
tion several clinics will be held. Repairs to porch and sills 700 .. FRESHWe II
the other direction sell to people refrigerator cars and shipped out C. A. Wood regional ---
I These clinics will be attended by di'bUrs-1 Elizabeth street. Owner, 1). B.Weintraub pay special attention to I I :
who need our ,roods, and buy from the Florida East Coast Rail- ing officer for the U. S.
them their goods which we need i surgeons and scientists from vari- department at Atlanta. Ga., ar ; cost! $50. our FRUITS AND VEGE- I I
without, competition with either. .,way to distributing points in the ous optometrical centers in vari- rived yesterday for a brief visit I I Erect garage apartment on Hoot Gibson in TABLES and keep a fresh and

"Cuba. Central and South America north. i ous parts of the country. I with lighthouse department offi-j Vernon avenue. Owner J. Y. Por. [ THE FIGHTING PARSON ] crisp supply at all time I, Auto Is

i need the commodities we produce t This shipment it is believed by Accompanying Dr. Valdes will cials and left in the afternoon for |t ter; cost $2,500. Walter C. Kelly-Jand Darwellin Appetizing green vegetables Beauty

and we need the products of;r representatives of and be )Irs., Valdes, his mother Mrs.J. Miami I I McFADDEN'S. FLATS Oranges. Lemons, Bananas 1
those countries. We have I growers R. Valdes and grandmother, Special yesterday accompanied by: Matinee. : ......; Night; : 15.254Used Apples, Watermelons and scores !
very I I -- .
little or none of their staple products shippers in Cuba will be one of Mrs. J. Y. Valdes. Mayor W. H. Malone returned Mr. Lord's mother. who will matcher i of others are always plentiful i I Only Paint Deep!
j the last shipments of the fruit home in West. store. :
Hard wood rubber, spices yesterday from New York wherehe Key at our

(coffee hemp, molasses sugar,j during the present season during FREE NIGHT ATSKATING attended a meeting of mayors I We Welcome Responsible SO be that the
rum and many other things that which there were 1410 cars sent of the coastal cities of the United: Dr. T. H. Stewart, Macwe hospital -;I Accounts I' sure paint
I and Mrs. Stewart who spent'a : e is of the highest quality
we produce: in very small quantities States.
out from West.
Key RINKA short vacation in Miami AH Competition met with and that it is-properly-ap
and which are things they, returned j
produce in enormous quantities.:I' Win. R. Porrer, president of the I yesterday on the Havana Spe-i Low Prices and High Quality. plied. In other words,

These articles can be imported at' hinge.!! Shall we furnish the I First National Bank who was on ciaL ONE STOP SERVICE let COLONIAL SERVICE

a minimum of cost due to their i hinge? a short business visit in Miami, re- ; STATION 'Duco' your
"free night" at the skating
close proximity to us. On the oth I "Congress has provided the will turned yesterday. Bernard De Witt head of the | Order All Your Food Need car. Then you'll know
rink in the Coral Isle Casino CarBargains j
legal machinery and suggested the relations department of the : Through Ue that
er hand, they need our lard and public your car looks like
be[ offered Friday night by the
other fats, flo ir, corn potatoes. methods by. which this can be accomplished I recreation pf the Key Captain Vernon W. Walker of local FERA, and Mrs. De Witt', Dressed Poultry new and will continue to

dairy products manufactured cotton -j t in the Reciprocal Trade ,i West Administration.department the Salvation Army in Key West are planning a vacation of 10 days j Fish Turtle look like new for one

;goods, and other manufactured I I, Agreements Act of 1934. We are The floor of the casino has been returned yesterday from St. Pe. in the mountains of North Caro- Fruits Vegetables long time.
authorized to 'enter into-;. attend lina and expect to leave over the
goods; agreements completley tersburgh where he went to
"They cannot buy from us be-'I'I -to exp.nd trar f oreigir trade 'recently inspected, it and was pointed out.repaired and a convention of army bands highway tomorrow morning. I MeatsDairy Colonial Service Station

earse they cannot selL They must by regulating the admission of for- now is in good condition for skat- I I from Florida and Georgia. Products
first cell in order to buy. We have eign goods into the United States. Clarence Crusoe, Prop.
ing. Rubber rollers are used on Phone 67 Free Delivery .
neglected these people to such an in accordance with the characteristics -J Gerald Saunders, of the Florida i
I the skates, reducing noise to a E We now have a fine 814 Fleming Street i PHONE 397
extent and have placed so many: and needs of various branches minimum. Public Utilities company, who was NO MAGIC :

trade barriers:: between> ourselvesand I of American production, so Regular skating nights will be in Orlando aa a delegate from Key i iI stock of 1
them lhat they have lost our that foregin markets will be.made and Fri- West at the annual conference of I
Mondays, Wednesdays
'market and we have last theirs. available to those branches of the Methodist churches in the To Our -.- -- -

They cannot sell their; goods and American production which re- days. .- state, returned yesterday. GuaranteedO.K.

depression and poverty! have fol quire and are capable of develop

lowed. ing' such outlets by affording corresponding NEW ARRIVAL INKNOVLES' Alfred Acherson returned yesterday ScBARBECUE r

"We can buy from item in great market opportunity to from a short business visit I .
quantities without competitionwith foreign production in the United I to Miami. '

our people and sell to them States.' \ HOMEMr. Used CarsAll

without competition with their "Our government should apply Mrs. Maxwell Lord who was i

people. This great market isgradually all the force and power of this spending a few weeks at Mr.; .

going! to other countries, declaration to the south. oT us. We and Mrs. Neil Knowles an- Lord's home in Lebanon? New< Just 'an HONEST Sandwich I have been thoroughly

the present! opportunity is overlooked can capture that vast* volume ot nounce the birth this morning ina York, returned on the. .Havana : '
market of the {'!ture is being lost ing quantities. These countries Nancy Marguerite,. weighing 8 14Bounds. Place perfect,runfliog ordewr.X : $$1.00 r-

to us forever. are all comparatively. r.com* Mother ajncl-feiby are reJJAed I f MM l)
"May: I cite the j port statisticsof mercia'ly, they are undevelopedand doin feieebjH\ I RichardsonVGrocery L. :

my own city to show how this their future possibilities are Mrs. Knotiles- V'aaftlfore marriage ,I ,Jl Iffi',VRMSMeltzerMotorCo.

trade h...ulippin; from us? beyond present day conception.We Miss Dorothy Archer, daughter FRIDAY AND I 'SATURDAY'- I I. t ::.

Key Welt Harbor should act now, while we have of Mr. and Mrs George F. SPECIALSBatter PLAZASANDWICH t:: <

Tons Value the opportunity."A Archer, 1425 Newton street. I .
large commerce with them SHOP OffER
1921 C05.858 $65.564.912 Ib 27 H c
1925 C54.218 65,063,0221 will not only be profitable to both CARD OF THANKSI 1 PHONE 377
Maxwell House Coffee, R 31e f
sides but 503 Duval Street
it will strengthen' the
1926 841,279 45.824,646 Bliss Coffee, Ib 25c
1927 727.814 55,656,943: traditional friendships between wish to express my appre- Kaffa Haae, Ib. ....._' .. 49c Curb Service I I Caroline and New Sts. I IHOLDS
1928 485.658 (6.165.0t3' these people and ourselves and ciation to my friends and neighbors Sugar, S Ib*. _...._.._.... 27. i II
1929 539.034 45.009.153 will help to restore their confidence for their many kind acts Milk, can ...__ lOc and lie I : I I
1930 458.274 :37.085,841', in us, which we have par- tendered: during my recent Cream, 6 Casa 4Oe and. 444

1031: 266,595 14.191,170 tially lost by the free use of our bereavement, the illness and Tomatoes, caa ._*_ 5c -. -4 EXTENDED

1932 169.543 7.218,014 Marine Corps."A death of my beloved wife. Mrs Salt. 3 pkfs. ...__ 10< I AU THIS leers
large volume of internatknal Teresa To those who Guavas 2% size caa __ 20c C..iITI.I'.iIT.4T.rIII'III.I'.4T.lII 2 d..ueljb.f 2 S pts.rmm
1933 151.267 7.200,379 Spencer. ............ 22c 1 o i la. boner
trade between the Americas Pears 2 H six caa 2 pkas.facers o 2 fret I
73r/i: Foreign gave the use of their cars and the uos
with Peaches, 2% six caa ...... 18c ;juice o i bottle catsup
"This trade has partially beetsupplied an understanding friendsl-ip.: donors of the beautiful floral of- ..._. 23c 1 bottle. cherries o 3 Ibs
Cuba. Ib
by foreign countries. but would make us impregnable ferings and messages of sympathy Baked Coffee Beaaa, 6 eau ..._-._ 28 I Until July 1st you can Unvce bacon o o% UM t bi;i rant* cuceabrr o I he d

the major portion is lost entirelydue I cgainst any force, in.time of peace I am indeed grateful. Ovaltiae, ...11, .... ".. ..... 3ScOTaltiae. \ OLD PAPERS place a GENERAL ELECF'\' o' z r : nor.I boocb STRICREFRIGERATOR

to their inability to sell to us.' and in time of war. jun20.lt W. B. SPENCER. large .......... _.._... 65c in e
all of which has resulted in suffering "Do business with them! Openour Prune. 2H six. caa .._.. 22c lied*r tmtma o 2 left-over tnutrng o coo-| |b.

to them and loss to us. markets .to "them' They pill\ Ivory Flakes, 3 pk(.. -_ 25c your home for a down pay. tenser I tK..aat tmtte

"Why should we not remove spend with.us thii aOJ-!* and I I I Potatoes, 10 Ibs. ..... .......... 22c Is ...................................*!....._ o 'went. .of only$1.00. ics 2.. caber11bs..11csThu )
Industry in country will be NOTICE ,
tariff and other trade barriers; : I Tomato Paste lOc size, :
and difficulties existing to the benefited. Theyi':'spend extravagantly ; 2 for ..._ ..". ..._..,....... 15Pimieatoa

south of us? The tariff is not a hate bitterly, and. !love I 3 case ............ 2Sc I For Sale refrigerator has the famous sealed I
f .
ardently. Riase! .. 23eSaai.Flasa. :. : .
3 pks. .
tariff because their r
protective I attend the /; mechanism and the five
do not competewith four ""I trust these 'ironferences'will As I will I car ..:............... 23c .. >U. I in. ; year protec-

goods major products and the any rev. in tome areal!,way.focus the eyes National American Op- Ivory Soap 6 bars ........ ... 3.ccEddy' w ........................ '.e.1 .' .:: .,. tire plan is included in the initial price.

....... 25c
rnue is scarcely sufficient to pay of our people and the attention of tometrical Association Starch 6 for

the cost of collection... our government towards this great Convention in Miami next Freak Yard Eggs, dozen .. 34c I

"We greaUy need their sugar; trade opportunity. We need their week, all patients needing Lax Flakes, 2 pkgs.--... .___ S Bundles for
it would not hurt our scant pro- business and they need ours." treatment examinationsare Lax Soap, 3 ban ? 19c 5c Monthly Payments '

or Lif. Buoy Soap 3 bars Ute
duction. We need their coffee
requested to make New WkJte Potatoes, 3 Ibs. Z3cKida. 25 in bundle '
spice and other tropical commo-
dities, which do not compete with MONROE THEATERJoan appointments with me for .,. Bea... 2 for .....h. 2S S $2.00 with your light bill

Crape F'1Iit.J.ic.. 2 for .. 2Sc
our people anything we this week.
own or Blondel-Glenda Farrell in I Lard 2 lo*. ...__.._._._... 29cCkees '
have. Buying from them enablesus I The Traveling Saleslady DR. J. A. VALDESOPTOMETRIST *. Ib ... .. 25cPhono
to sell to them our goods which; "" THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
Ann Harding in
they need so much. THE FLAME WITHIN 658-R Fro Delivery; The Key West Electric Company
"This trade awaits us. 'The
I Matinees Balc..,.. lOct Orckes I Eaton and EI .....tJa Street,
ponderous door of opportunity can 532 Duval Street
Ira. 15-20, Nights 15-2Sc I )
be opened by the most! delicate I .I'.I'.I'.I'.I".I'.I'I'.I.I'.i'

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