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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 22, 1935
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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VOLUME- LVI. No. 14Q.! a KEY WEST FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS


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SPECIAL SCHOOL JUAN CARBONELL CLAIMS.GREAT J I. Unserved
Sentences Dot Criminals'
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL{ EXPOSITION

ELECTION TO BE i'' HOST-TOPARTY i PROGRESS MADE !s si i I I

[f. By COMMODORE VON MIETK-UUBA, H. D. W. Records Including Kidnap Cases
CONDUCTED HERE,- IN BRIDGE\WORK I I President. Philatelic and Numismatic Society of Key West, Florida ,

COOPERATES IN ENTERTAINING i................................................. --- -- -

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I PASSENGERS ON I II I Plans are progressing satisfactorily The members of "The Commit' RELIEF CLIENTS i w .
WILL.BE HELD ON TUESDAY, Clemency Frees Worst
FRUIT STEAMERS' DR. W. B. KEATING, SURGEON I for the Key West International -I toe of Tan" will be announced lat I RECOVERS COPYOF
I Exposition to be held on
JUNE 25: TO DETERMINE I er. It U the duly of this committee -
f I IN CHARGE AT KEY CAMPS December 5, 6, 1 and 8, 1935. The BEING NOTIFIED Offenders Say Federal
MILLAGE AND SELECT I event will be sponsored by the I to raise funds for the exposition 1 1I OLD EDITION

I Juan Carlonell, proprietor of RELATES ACTIVITIES CAR. Philatelic and Numismatic Societyof I whica: is expected to drawa OF NEW\ RULING' Men Making Survey Of

TRUSTEES the Habana-Madrid Club, assisted RIED ON I Key West which is receiving large crowd of visitors to Key I I

I by J. Gerry Curtis, works direct I cooperation from the business I West.A OF THE CITIZEN I j Situation

Special election for School Tax I i Taylor t r tor of,the manager: FERA of, and the Charles Porter Work is progressing;-- to an appreciable -I!t f I I tail units Merchants of the city Association.and from the Re-i'I A few to the words different should divisions.In be said .relative -i GILFOND SENDING OUT LET- ........................ Ii i -

District Number 1, Monroe county The officers of the Philatelic the stamp and coin divisionwe !! A. B. Northrup. who rec nt1yopent'd
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Dock Company delightfully entertained the TERS TO THOSE WHO COME By 1 E. B. HAAKINSON
I I extent on bridgeprojects I
shall display
ha-.c international
June
held 25. 1 1I
will be Tuesday, I and Numismatic Society of Key l an
the an engineering business in .
Ballots were yesterday given to I jiassengers off the on the. keys said Dr. W. I follows Presi ; we are receiiing heavy mail I I Br A cUtc4 Press l
West Vice
Steamer Granada last evening I are as : -1 I UNDER HEAD OF DIRECT II the old Guito building. 1212 White J WASHINGTON. Jya 22.--I.
Melvin Russell superintendent of B. Keating in with interested inquiries.!! In the
; burgeon:; charge at dent. 'William B. Norman; Vice
their
t during day in the city. I more than .
public instruction and will be1 distributed -' in shell novelty dvision Captain RELIEF ON FERA ROLL street, accidentally ran across! apart cor crimes, i in.cladi
of the President-at-Large and chargeof
Mr. Carbonell. it is stated leftnothing one to the different polling j', all publicity Margaret Zinaidm I Thompson will present a comprehensive t' of an old anniversary editionof f 37 kidnap cases, that
undone in his preparations: Progress on the coffer dams i* I
places on Monday I to entertain the visitors who von Mietk'Liuba; General Secrelary display of anything in the 'I the Key West Citizen dated have attracted national attentionin

This election is for the purposeof I I his guests dnrng the occasion., were well under is being way poured, this week into concrete the- Mrs. Jennie B. de Boer;.1 I natt.re of shell products and shell I M.\ E. Gilfond, Florida Emergency January 1914. I the tail three year, the criminal
determining the millage for the I, Treasurer, Miss Dorothy Mayfield I novelties manufactured in our
Mr. Carbonell's in i Relief Administrator in Key i The edition caught almost
cooperation forma and some of the blocks of I contains write ups : invariably had
also for the town
and I
next two years Knowlcs president, the writer
election, of trustees for the district helping to entertain the passengers stone is being! placed. The 'Official; Steep Commit I.I Key Wet Products, such as .West is today mailing out to all I lof a numbr of Key West business prison record showing numerous

coming here aboard the fruit ;t I There Mas Leen a great deal of tee" of the exposition consist of cigars turtle cop.,Jelly, etc.. will persons on direct relief instructions men. and different classes of suspended entence. parole or

There are three names on the i line steamers regular.calls which'at are this now making is-,,i work necessary to make ready for Leo II. Warren. President of the I f'come under the,.heading of the received in his office yesterday business, in which a picture and I' jailbrcak. department of justice
port actual construction and these I
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ballot: Wm. E. Huston. Abelardo I shown to have, brought. excellent activities have preliminary --, City Council ss the offciial presi ,, Key West' Product division. relative to the .Mopping of write up 0: Henry M. Flagler appears -.1 latent* say. ,
Lopez and Edward A. Srtunk Jr. ; results as each unit will naturally taken necessarily dent of the exposition; the Mayor An announcement will! be made this: class of assistance.! on July 1. on the front There arc! In almost when
much time page. every case
These the of aspirantsfor up \ later 'regarding the Beauty Con- I :,i
are names 'I of the City of KeTWest; Margaret
the trusteeship. There are also tell others of the fine treatment What* with getting the equipment Zinaida von MiE'' -Liuba as' General /-'I I test. .Suffice it to state now that! The administrator said; he was also a number of photographs of name .f the principal were

Jhree blank spaces on which the accorded entertainment in Key West. in additionto and machinery to the site Publicity Director;, and the the event 'will not be local but on taking this method of informing!i other business men operating es-( learned by college trained federal

names of other can be written. is stated.the furnished it lof activities, dredging and stonecutting writer as the General President i of a larger scale. the relief clients because it is possible -I! tablishments.: and heint. 'rrwise i I i investigator through fingerprint
I' operations and the countless The War Museum division will !{i identified with the busutcj; life of l
Only quailfied electors of the exposition.The that some of them may not.,: !
Each and ransom confession,
1\lon-1 everyone of the passengers other kinds of there I I money or
who taxes i work "ExposUtion give a display of weapons from j i the city.
roe county pay on follo.ringare the ;1
read the announcement in
entertained last night at the I I
has. not been to this time papers they were found the mil
or personal property are entitledto I up a I Officers." a representativegroup early times up to date and thisdisplay Among the pictures: are Dr. J. i i I among
vote in the election. this popular club spoke in highspraise I great deal of evident. advancement :. President Leo II. Warren; I will l-e held in"the armory, and would not realize the reason > N. Fogarty, Arthur II. Sheppard. i lion of criminal record on filo
of Carbonell amiMessrs.
Polling places, in Key West will Mr. I i Vice President:: Ben D. Trevor; lof the National Guard. ; why this kn: j of relief had'.Howard Sawyer, J. Frank Rob here.
Curtis; and Taylor and There has been cut. the doctor t !, been stopped. j
be at Harris school Southard Vice President, Mrs. Hildah Rob- The General Hobbies division'I ja erts. Thomas E. Reedy, A. Aure- ,
also stated Recently
that an ordinary
rtreet, and Key West High school, they were greatly I"i said sufficient rock which is now|I erts Sslis; General Secretary, Miss !i will le interesting natare as there ,I that event he said the headquarters i lio Torres, Dr. J. B. Maloney Fred : appearing -
White and United streets. On the whole.impressed with Key West as a j ready for use, to complete pos- Dorothy May field Knowle1! I[I will be seen strange wUectiins,, building would, when!I II. Mathews, Prof. A. W. Mohn. i i young woman in a house-

keys polling places will be at the fibly'mile or more of Although stamps and coins! will 'such as canes ivories autographs. vouchers and orders for clothing., Martin; Key. Arthur Gomez T. M. 'I dress handed the clerk of a popular
.1 lion and this work U: const.ruc-I | and other most unusual i iI 'I medicine, food and money were t store in Salt Lake
school at Rock Harbor and the dominate the displry, a number of buttons Bryan, Captain Phillip Cosgrove I I price City,
school at Matecumbe CONCERT AT steadily on. divisions will pro\ide information collections. In the Yachting division -i not received by clients be ot"crlrun T. T. Thompson Frank P. Burgos Utah, a banknote. The serial
lie is satisfied that from now I, by them and it would be nece-j I
: and! entertainment along different f several races of importance 1 Louis T. Brsgassa Karl O., number on the bill matched one
I on the most casual observer will will be offered provided preliminary li II linesThese displays! will be housed : [ ] ( i on a list G-men had prepared on
SHOW VITAMINVALUE JACKSONSQUARETO I readily perceive the progress whichis in possibly ten or more' buildings ) ,I[ plans will be approved.I a I j'!, to them. Dobbs.A the Weyerhaeuser: kidnaping ran-
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being made now that prelim-J' and from the listing of the The Antique division added I'!j Hence he was sending letters to! number of pictures of differ. ,som.
inaries have been practically completed ![ all those receiving direct relief)
OF FISH committees below may ba gleaned Upon suggestion of Mayor Malone ent business houses and steamersin Waley' 'Sentence 45 Year
and actual construction will have excellent display of i advising that after July 1 there I tI the harbor also in the I
BE RENDERED TOMORROW information as to what may an I appear Within a few hours the nation
begun. be expected in the nature of other antiques both local and from out II,I would be no further issues of'!J edition which is filled with inter knew the names of the two men

IN AIR TALKSSERIES AFTERNOON BY WELTERS' I exhibits.: J of town. ,: clothing: food medicine or vouch- ested readng matter giving an outline i who allegedly had "sold" a curly
Directors of We intend to have an' eventworthy' :::| era for cash and those heretofore | of the various! activities carried
CORNET ORGANIZATION MANY APPLY FOROTYJUDGESHIP I I in charge the va i I haired 9-year-old boy back to the
I receiving this type of relief would i it
rious "Exposition Divisions": of Key West an exposition on in connection with business -I safety of his home for $200,000and -
OF TALKS ARE NOW, Stamps. Vice President' ; William which will arouse favorable t here to be cared for by state or !Ii enterprises, find also describing that both men, Harmon
B. Norman; Coins. Joe Pearlman; comment elsewhere.:: We have the J i county institutions j many other things that werea I
BEING MADE, IN ORDER TO Welters' Cornet Band will l givea ,I Met Waley, 24, and William Ma-
Shell No/elties. Captain Chester cooperation of museums and in- part of Key West at the time.
FAMILIARIZE ALL SINCE concert 4:30 o'clock tomorrow West Products, rtitutions which are known not I j i i ban 32, were former convicts: who
Thompson; hey
Jackson r GOLF PLAYERS .j.jI had been paroled.
afternoon at Square un-
.l RISE!'"IN .MEAT_ .....PRICES...:: ilec the dire ,tion; :.Slttid iajianMbaE ,SPECULATION- RIFE,: ;1S TO" 1 I: Joe WlUiam Savyerj V. War AlbunrEntertain'l\1D"eum.Majo: !* only in the atso4rno..l'r.abroad.United. 'States, but'whfclirare" .j 1 1 GOOD FISHING :. -1 i l' r lt"tore
:+: fISince :: "
the had received
kidnaping sentences -
i ft4""an excellent program! WHO WILL BE NAMED TO As stated in earlier article, GO TO
ment Howard E. Wilson Beauty an
the increase in prices of of selections has been arranged a5't j t 1 l Contest! Lie .ten.nt; W.; Curry we expect several thousand visitors I MIAMII I II AT MARQUESAS! that could have kept him

meat, about 40 percent, the fish follows: FILL POSITIONSpeculation Harris General Arrangements from out of town. A surveyof in jail 45 years says J. Edgar
and seafood industry of Jacksonville America. I, ; I i, Hoover chief of the federal division -
Frank the housing and feeding situa-
has been",sponsoring a seriesof Marchio Circusosio, "The I I I i Bentley. ] TO PLAY SERIES OF MATCHES of investigation of the department -
There will jc more divisions tion has' been completed and no I
talks the air with view Will Huff. i YACHTSMEN REPORT EXCELLENT of justice.
on a Squealer is rife as to who will :;' 1 difficulties
: among them General Hobbies, unusual are expected WITH MIAMLBILTMORE
to making the people of Florida,)) Selection, "Maritana" (a) !'I' Hahan wanted before the kid-
be the next judge; of municipal !, Yachting Sports Activities in this problematic matter. Special CATCHES IN
and' those who visit this wonderful -.{iligioso Prayer Angelus (b) Re-I! court when the incumbent Judge .1 tiques. Deep Sea: aid An-I steamer arrangements arc being -i( AGGREGATION naping for a bank robbery in the

state, more fish conscious. >Those Chimes so Sweetly Allan B. Clesre. Jr.. tenders his The heads of these divisions considered.It THAT VICINITY came state Washington had been
In a talk recently) given by Mrs.\ ,I (c) Turn on Old Time (d) Scenes resignation[ some time next week.Appoint.ment t i be announced liter. occurs to us that with sucha I sent to prison--twic( ,.for 24 -yeanl.

Abher G. Withee of Jacksonville: [,That Were Brightest-Wallace to Till the vacancy I L' "Welcoming Committee": Miss: number of visitors anticipated Golfing aes of the Key West I and freed both' times.

on 'the value of seafoods their'f!'Arr. Mackie-Beyer. will be made as soon as Judge Ileen Williams, Miss Minnie Porter I we are fortunate in having a Ma- I Country Club left yesterday aft Yachtsmen who are fishing inl' Four of the ace "G-men" on

protein and vitamin value the! Waltz "PC"lsella"-W. L. Skaggs.I Cleare's resignation is tenderedand I Harris Sebastian Cabrera., J. rine Hospital in town with full ernoon to play a series of invitation ,, the vicinity of Marquesas report the trail of known hoodlums have
I' lives the last
content of mineral 'salts such asj' March "American Army LiCe"a accepted said Mayor Wm. II. A. Boza. More members: will be staff. A hospital is a ''necessityin matches with the fine catches of tarpon, bonefish paid with their in
iodine; copper iron and lime she ( ) Reveille (b) Adjutant's Call Malone today when asked by The added to this committee in No- towns where large crowds con- more team on the ? Miami-Bilt-I I and permit Some of the largest' two years and each time the
stressed the importance of frequently (c) Tatto, (d) Taps-Marcy B. Citizen when the appointment is ', vember. gregate. 1 links of the latter species ever taken in criminal who handled the death

eating fish to ward off Darnall. to be made. I I The locals left all keyed l up for these waters have been caught I dealing machine gun had bead
anemia, rickets in children goiterin Selection. "The Rage In There are a number of applicants the fray and expect at least to]I Wednesday night Al! Howe given his freedom by parole or

adults 3$.well as other ills, tad land." (a) Come Back to Ire-I for the position the mayor II t BOOSTER! GILFONO--TALKS make a good; showing against their president of Florida Motor Lines executive clemency Hoover say .
West. (b) Brien Corheims (c) .. I ANOTHER 1 "Baby Face" N.lson, whose
mentioned the fish of Key .said but who he intends to i opponents who are rated as one I, on board Pascal Ill, hooked seven<
Describing fish as rich in energy!i Mavourneen (d) The Rake of Mal-i designate he refused' to tell as it : f of the classiest and strongest ,fine tarpon and landed five of guns belched death for Agent

producing fats and oils she re-' low (e) Cruiskeen Lawn (f) Kill-' would be embarrassing to the ether FOR ISLAND CITY ABOUT AIRPORT) groups of players in the South. i them. Two were lost when the I Carter W. Baum at the Little Bohemia

commended the use of this food!I' arney (g) Sally Shilly Shally (h) applicants who would not be I In the grouj of Key Westers]I rods broke. resort in Wisconsinand

which is such an inexpensive! !(. To Ladies Eyes Around Boys (i) named. t are Lionel lummcr.. T. II. Pitt-' Specimens taken were larger Agents Samuel P. Cowley and

source of health and body building],I The Harp That Once Through Whoevef Mayor Malone selects! I l man. Joe Lopez Robert Spottswood. than usual One of them weighed I Herman E. Hollis later in the
ingredients and should not bel|iTara's Halls-E. Beyer. for the position his choice must CALIFORNIA RESIDENT}/ .CAUS.j SAYS lANDING FIELD MAYBE .W. P. Kemp. Melvin Russell 90 pounds 'while all of the others "Bloody Battle of Barrington

neglected in the diet of children! "What Are The Wild Waves! be ratified by the council before I I, ES OTHERS; TO O.I ESTABLISHED .. Horace O. ryant. W. ,Curry were above the 70-pound mark. Ill.," where the misnamed "Baby
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these hot summer days. Saying"-Glover. the, appointment becomes legaL : ON I Harris and :Cam Goldsmith.Clem Other'v -fishing in that I Face" also suffered fatal wound*,
Florida with her vast coast line I Fox Trot "Wagon Wheels"I TO KEY)W. FLORIDA KEYSDiSCtlging C. Price, another! member vicinity are the Dragoon and Pal twice "had felt the touch of executive
I I "
extending from Fernandina Billy Hill. of the cjvb who will meet them on O'Mine. and members of the parIties ) clemency Hoover say'.
. around through Key West and,up Final March.\ : "Jovful Greet FERRY BRINGS J. L. MacCo7of Hollywood, the> announcement. in 1 arrival left Thursday afternoon are all making excellent. Karpit Record

to Pensacola has an inexhaustible in s"-E. E.., McCoy 1 I Calif., who has taken! a, year's to attend to Insists natters before Then he points to the criminal
I Star Spangled Banner. lease cottage in ;The Citizen of yesterday of funds I catch"f f records of Thomas H. Robinson
supply of seafood at its many on a' Key West. I -the arrival,, bIt tlii Key West ;
doorways. The United States: .INP.INEAPPLES1 has been spreading the story of t i ior an'airport at Key.;West, M.\ E.Gilfond aggregation. Jrl, the lone wolf criminal type,

bureau of fisheries regularly reports PROFESSOR BLAMESU. I Key West, its attractions and al-i 1 local FERA administrator SHOW PROFITS and Alvin Karpis, leader of the
statistics on 162 varieties luring climate, and his tales of the ( ) I notorious Barker-Karpis mob.
while the Key West fisherman S. 'MORAL SLUMP'ON One car of pineapples! and alligator -4(! joys of life Ln this city has had at' told The Citizen there is aj!' COUNCILlJLDS I OF CORN Both have been at the top (.f th"Gmen's" ,..

v have to keep up with 637 varieties 1 'BEST SELLERS'URBANA pears was received on the i telling effect on ,at least. two of j this strong possibility that this meansan I l LIQUOR lists for months.

which abound in these waters. I Ferry Palma yesterday.. It was I I friends. t I BRIEF SESSION! ;I RobinsOn, who collected 50.000
consigned to a firm in Jackson: A. Cobb! Jr. and emergency landing field on the r Mr-
The speaker' then described howl 1 t< to Fish Creole as in Key!,i .. ILL. June 22.-If ville. There were 233 crates of W. L. Elki .s. of Pittsburgh who keys. I I Analyzing what "Each got out: Berry V. StoU of Louisville Kv,
I
Weal prepare"Any email! pan fish may be America has suffered a' moral pineapples and 67 crates of avoca i.| arrh ed over the ighway last evening For some time pact: the local I There was-: ;brief secsion of J J j of it" a Kentucky fale editor bushel gives corn'the ;;' had twice escaped reKous charge'".
of of
and withthe | following a
used. Sprinke) with lime juice, slump-and Dr. E. C. dos.This t! are toJay discussing Posing as a raiding prohibition
car makes the 1411th car 1 i housing depa.-tment of the work relief force have been employed 1 the City Council held last evening'at 1, from which was produced four I) officer he entered two Nashvi'lf,
and then let stand University of Illinois f
Nit and pepper !I" professor it has BaldWin'j, of pineapples! shipped from Key :: FERA the possibilities of being on the Pan American field i which time Mayor William H.i i gallons of whiskey: which retailed Tenn., homes in 1929 and stole

15 minutes before done frying.When from in his opinion says be laid- : West since the start! of the sea-'! comfortably located. and getting it in perfect conditionfor Malone made his report by letter;!iat $16.80: II jewelry worth 14000. Recordshow -,
nicely remove can '
I oa. Elkins have t of his recent trip to New York to I The farmer $ .25 I
t i Mr. Cobb and Mr. got '30-
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I his punishment was a
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and put them in then j: to beet seller" books. use at any and all times. I
frying pan Steamship Granada of the I attend the conference! of business 4.40The :
': I already become imbued with the I The U. S. government got .period of observation in an
!1 Such day
: one books the professor,
following sauce says All the required adjuncts '
Steamship
I Standard Fruit and I charm of the city and the num- representatives from various sea railroad got 1.00
institution.
onion chopped fine one medium'l: I i,I have been ,both dirty and morally I company,.arrived 5 o'clock: yesterday -I: erous people they have met, and t markers etc:, t s) a first grade and port cities. The manufacturer got 4.00; insane Karpis, wanted as a .principal
and clove of garlic. ( misleading during the last two !
pepper from Philadelphia with 12 themselves as bound to be up to the minute landing field are Chairman F. F. Hoffman, of The drayman got .15
I express "snatch" of BankerEdward
in half olive oil I I decades, and have tended to un-!I I the $200.000
slightly one cup !I i (passengers, took on fuel oil at the [i terribly disappointed if they fail I to be placed said the administrator the street committee reportedthat The retailer get 7.00 G. Bremer at St. Paul,
tomato
of dermine and all
then add small can | honesty sobriety
one and sailed had been installed Drunk
Porter Dock traffic light
I company to attain their desires a The consumer got
for 15 and when the work is com Mann., in January last 7ar. was
and let simmer : the other cardinal principals of
paste I 10:30 o'clock for Frontera Mex- : at the corner of Simonton The wife got Hunger\
minutes. Now put in the fish and I I civilization.Dr. 1 ico. I pleted it will meet all require- I and Caroline streets. The children got Drunk sentenced: to 10 years in Kansasfor

let them simmer until flavored. to Baldwin says the responsible I(F Freighter Alamo, of the Clyde-t ANOlERTRAFFICLIGHT ments demanded by the most ex- After disposing of a few other The politician got Office]: burglary in 1926. Three years
I later he escaped but was recaptured -
suit authors belong to the "intestinal;j Mallory Lines is due, to arrive to- acting aviator. matters of a routine nature, the
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There was also given a recipe r school of fiction." Any attempt i iI i morrow from New York en route! An aviator meeting was ordered adjourned.NEWARRIVALAT : and then apparently r- -
who landedat
I INSTALLED recently for in 1931 he went to thr
for preparing: yellowtail a la minute -I to defend them because of."un I to Tampa. I I leaned
which U one of the favorite t compromising honesty" with the: the airport made a survey of I I Oklahoma prison for four years
dishes of Key Westers and is the I; facts of life is outweighed he,I the field and remarked that it is H i i HABANA-MADRID CLUB: only to win a parole.

fish dish called for by visitors!I says by the harm their books have i I FERRY ARRIVES | Another traffic light has been one of the most admirably located Kansas City. Massacre

from other parts of the country.A .I done. I added to the signals at crossings in the state and could be made HOME OF J. HALE I TONIGHT j r Arthur Barker and Volncv

number of other recipes with i : WITH FREIGHT'' on Key West streets. The last into the equal of any in Florida.I : Davis, also leaders in the Bremer

fish and Florida grown productswere I addition is at Caroline and Simon- .1 DANCE i kidnaping received life sentence'
described by the speaker; WANTED ( ton streets and is of a slightly AUTO IN PARLOR It I recently for the second time. Convicted -

also menus for the fish days which different type than the others in Announcement has .been ..... for murder in 1919. the

were so appetizing, hearers in1' SAILBOAT I. Ferry Palma arrived yesterday; use. having two globes on the CHICAGO. disturbing noise of the birth of a son, weighing Music by H.ban -Mdrid went to Oklahoma under Iif '
Key West said that even those| -gadMOTOR. afternoon from Cuba with two faces instead of three. which aroused Mrs.rMarie Antice- eight pounds, to Mr and Mrs. I Orchestra terms Barker won a parole in

who do not as a rule have sea BOAT. ears of sugar, one of calcium one t' Traffic lights are now at that bueh in her home in this city Joseph Hale at 311 William street 1932. Davis escaped in 1925 but

product on their food lists.. must Contestant for I of pines. 233 crates; 180 tacks of corner. White and Division streets. where she was taking a nap proved yesterday morning. Cents $1.00 Ladies Free was recaptured and then freedin
certainly become fish conscious I Fourth of July Festival mail. baggage and eight miscel-I Fleming and Doval streets and to be an automobile standing The new arrival has been given I 1932 on a leave of absence
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after hearing Mr*. Withee's talk. ilaneous' ears. ... Southard r and Dnval streets. in her parlor. the name of Joseph, Jr. from which he never returned.

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FOLKS WHO HAVE TRIED IT AGREE. THAT ITISGOOD-BUT. ; DONT. TAKE. THEIR, WORD:FOR IT-TRY WAGNER'S -BEER FOR, YOURSELF. FACA22RBB80

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8t tiat DO YOU NEED A CHURCH? ........................ ...........0..00.......*

.itq I Havana Special Gets Air-Conclitioned Pullmans Today In History Today's Horoscope

TPubnaked Daily Eicept Sunday By Church attendance has been on the ........................ ........0..00000.0.0....

TUB ?L.VmiirfBiUHIXG P. ARTXAX. Pn-aI..t CO INC.; decline. Statistics reveal that only 30 percent I, ,. .,' .,.' .. ,- .......'.. 1535-(400 years ago) John The person oorn this day shoul.I
JOB ALLK1.: AMtetut B-....... S/astger of the membership attends church i i I 'V''v',.., !''I*;. '.',.'.: ', .. .. ':.'.") ':011';',-. '0.,.. ,-J" t'-. .., ,' ,$,.,,;.($.:- li 5:1'.:' Fi'her. English bishop and ncholar have enough of the comforts of
: /
Tb. OtU Banding r headed life and will maLe good use of
From A 'i' .v" .
services. That is not a heartening disclosure -I ;" > _..: '<
C9I'1Jt OreefA and Ann Street* i i :,: : .. : them The attachments are strong
i in a period when morals and I I .< ..... ,.< ", -,-.. ".... .., # '..v.I 1815-Napoleaon. after Waterloo and the sympathies' tender A happy -
Only EwUy. N wap.p r In Key West and Monroe spiritual .values are needed by a people I ,-t '7'F'K.< ..?';;;:, -,' .;,""..,,. ; .._., t+"'- ......<,",:.,'.,, .. A'.- r... abdicated: throne in favor of' marriage is probable and the
Gouty.: <\ his infant son.! I social' life predominant.. This
grasping for social, economic and moral >
Entered at Key We t, Florida as'second das matter ::b. ,i .;; I should be a contented, life full of
ry-a '
relief. I, < .t 1870-Act of Congress formal good, works and'reaping a reward
FiP4T-SL1TR TEAR "
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Church attendance fluctuates with, .,""fN-" : 4; I Ij' created the Department of commensurate with its deed!'
MraW ed the AMwtate PreMThe ?}GStiee. .
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economic conditions. isan
When
prosperity Democratic Party of 7.000,000
Associated Press. I Is cxrlnstYely, entitled to use i --
for repubilcatlon of all news despatches. credited to 1 the wing, individuals feel less the needof 1884-Historic rescue of the,voters.Jseke..ville

It or not otherwise,credited la this paper and also seven survivors l of the Greely ex- I .. .
relying on; things spiritual. They gloat r a ......I.c 0..1"
the local news published here. pedition in the Far North.
in their self reliance. When depressionhits rI THE SEMINOLEI

EDITORIAL) the nation.'and men are burdened I f 1911: -Ceremony of coronationof ,
I
}( kNATIONAl with responsibilities and hardships, they ( King: George V and Queen Mary I _If',' '
'935eEBsCRiPTiOY at e'Jtmwster Abbey. I, ...oMr .
turn to spiritual values for encouragementand I I yI
I[ I :
!
RATES susenance. Such is the record of 1933-Nazis pre-cnbed Social "rJf I : .
One Tear ......_.. Uo.Ot r t r.I! yi:. .
church attendance.The .
j'ii".. .
Six Months 1.00 BENJAMIN LOPEZ I;
Three Months s"0 world has undergone great :
___... FUNERAL HOME ;
One Month .SB
changes. History is in the making. Politi-
Weekly _... .20 Established 49 Yost.Key .
cal, economic, and social forces are in the West's Oldest24Honr I II .
ADTFRTISIIQ! RATES I ......_.do.. Florida
:'.Ia"-" known.'on. application.. throes of revision. We toppled from the I Aur-conditioneJ Pullmo\: car have recently been placed in operation on the Florida East Coast I LJceaied AmbaUnc Embalmer Service | '''. R. '.R"\F.... M.A .._-

IIPECUL NOTICE heights to the depths and our civilizationis Railways famous all-year train, the Havana Special. Th .e include sleepers from Key West, Miami : r.... 138 Night 6.6-W human you will home-like find ,..r iBntltollonIvhrre l.elMeal
All readmit'lIotll'ea. cards of thanks, resolutions of floundering. Its permanency dependsupon and West Palm Beach to New: Ycrk. Lcuafe and! dating; cars are also now air-cooled Coaches have eWBfor. ... rmtrnmtmmtrmt a mat-
'
re''Prt, the rate of 10 cents a line, man's support of moral and spiritual and ICe!: West. The above shows the Havana Special crossing the Florida East Coast Railway's picturesque KEY WESTCOLONIAL I f of I.ested
Notices for entertainment by churches from which values. Character, integrity and the Ixiif Key Viaduct enrou te to Key West where it makes direct connection with steamers to I : A steel I. the rirvprvef heart h.INlag.f the ellyI6very
a revenue I. to be derived are S cents a line. i HOTEL -
Rule still valuable than and from Havana, Cuba.TODAY'S
The Citlsen la a. open forum and Invites discussion Golden are. more I Room with Combination Tub
of, publie.sues, and subjects of local or general gold armies and private gain. ....' ---p., _, ,, ---- ; In the Center of the Business 1 land MVilin Shower Fan, 'tb'l Radio.for Summer Plectra

Interest but it will' not publish anonymous communication This is not a sermon. It is a fact. The t ...............o........ I; and Theater District Ventilation Comfortable Reds with.
*. ']Mattresses o! Inner Sprier (:on
permanency<<: of civilization depends upon f[ WEATHER 1|: Today's* / First Clats-Fireproof- I!,ing ruction Lamp and Individual RraA

man's acceptance of' mo'raf'ld character Iii Sensible Rates I{ RATES
Anniversaries .
III. '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST
.
values. President Roosevelt recognized
Hmmtmrn, I>rl.... flats .._
ADVOCATED BY THE, CITIZEN this' truth when he invited'the nation to go Temperature* i I portion and. moderate southwest 1'........................ COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I INK H MM-. Prlval lath .... Xee SJMIH

........... ._. ......._.... 4e HMBH. Private. Ralh .'n_.
to church Loyalty, :'Sunday:? October 7. Highest .91 ,, wind} over north, portion and 1805 Giuseppe Mazzim, Garage Elevator: 2-t 111"T1..t. Ratb..... SJSeI
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.. Sst.pie! nPrl. Hetb 4.M
1. Water and Sewerage. Merle I with showers north O'CL"ACYI' :
over portion
says there is good reason for; turning to the Normal Mean -...r .,_,._82
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main f.- I I'r tonight and Sunday. I -
church today, for "disorder in the outer Rainfall 1 I
land. East Gulf: Gentle to moderate 1835-John II. :Mitchell( Port-
3. Free Port. world has brought disorder to the spirit of Normal Yesterday's Precipitation Precipitation. .. .Oln.j. I i east winds over south portion'and I II I: land. Oregon lawyer, l legislatorand : I'

man." Tain recanl ........ ..-...r peeled:: gentle to moderate west shiftingto I I U. S. Senator, born in Washington -
4. Hotels and Apartments ,Our economic recovery is tied in with radiate Tomorrows.. 8 ..e...... Almanac thin maraiag. north wind over north por-I I,I Co., Pa. Died Dec. 8, We will be pleased to hare you consult us about

5., Bathing Pavilion., moral recovery. They will go hand in Sun rises: .................. 5 39 a. m.I I.tion. j 1905. how you can

6. Airports-Land and Sea. hand. When men recognize the rights of Suu lets: ..... ... .... 7:19 p. !i!
7. Consolidation. of County and City others when they respect integrity, when Moon rises ..... ......_ 01'1 I WEATHER: CONDITIONS lR37-Paul C. Mrophy, New
Governments. Moon\ sets _... ...... ...12.37 p. Orleans chess player, perhaps the/
they live moral lives, when they live the Last quarter, 23rd _.. 9:21: a. l I I greatest genius of the game in Build Buy or
Qolden Rule, the world will lose its Tomorrow's Tides m'l Pressure is low this morning history, I born in New Orleans. ,
[ from the Lake region eastward Died: July 10, 1884. I
troubles. The church is in the business of A.1P.M..,i. over the North cud Middle Atlan- I I I: Refinance Your Home

building character; man is at the task of High -_...._.... 2:50 3:061: ; -
THE KEY WESt CITIZEN __ Low ......... .......... 9:04 9:04,,I tic States, Boston! Mass., 2J.6-11: 18r<;-II. Rider haggard, popular -i! -
building prosperity. Man needs the while novelist born. DiedMay .i .
Barometer: 8 a. m. today: i 4 Cinches! ; a high pressure area English ,

WILL always,seek the truth and print I It church, the church needs man. Sea level 30.03.WEATHER : has moved in over the Plains i!,! 14. 1925. I or repair,or modernize! any type of

'': :States; Dodge City, Ksns., 30.16 ;i
without fear and without favor; never be ; building on insured credit
FORECAST ,
EAT GRASS, ROOTS, BARK AND, DIRT I inches, and pressure continues !i f: 1879-Porter E. Browne, playvrieht. .'
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud, right; ; moderately high over Florida, Mi-( i I i| \ born, at Beverly, Mass.! t,i
always fight tor progress; never be the organ Key West and Vicinity: Local ]|ami, :0.0r. inches. Rains and thunderstorms ,1 Died at Norwalk. Conn., Sept 20,
Conditions in eight drought stricken showers tonight and Sunday; gen-1. have occurred during
or the.mouthpiece of any person, clique, 1934. The First National Bank of Key West
the last 24 hours throughout;the j
faction class do its districts!? of China are described by relief i I i -
or ; always utmost for thapublic i// Mississippi end Ohio Valleys and I Iin I
workers, who tell a pitiable story of suffering 1884-Carroll G. Bull Johns
welfare; never tolerate corruption or' portions .o; the Lake. region,i Approved Mortgage Under the ,a., _
and death.In I/ East Gulf and Atlantic States,1 Hopkins immunologist, discovererof
i justice denounce vice and praise virtue .
; I
; gangrene serum, born at Knoxville
being heavy in the lower Ohio
commend done individual one grove of a hundred trees the Tenn Died 31 1J31.I : .
May
good by or organization IV I Valley Louisville, Ky., 2.01 inch- FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
; tolerant of others' rights, views and people had stripped them of bark to be Jl 1es.!f Temperatures have fallen'1 I 1

opinions; print only news that will elevate used. for food, in other fields men were I!I somewhat from the V ect Gulf Subscribe to The Citizen. I

to hunger elsewhere : States northeastward over the .
digging grass satisfy ,
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and not contaminate the reader '' -
; never compromise .- LS .southern Lake region and Ohio' r
families mixed bran with water and earth /.ii
with, principle. Valley. with! readings eight to 111 111'.1'1.1".11.1'.1'.1:
but many died because the earth caused a Showers Y degrees below normal in portions! 50000S000000000000S0000000000000000000000000.00000000000 .s000..0.....:

fatal stoppage of a digestive tract. Workmen !of the middle ilu-isinpi and low- .
As preliminary toward tie to moderate winds mostly east'I I.er Oho Valleys and southern Lake : .
a move
cap- irrigation project were being
on an
and southeast. I,i region, and are generally above the;,
turing the movie studios, Florida proposes! fed cooked grasses, mixed with a "little Florida: Local showers tonight I I'j seasonal average along the Atlantic 1

to make divorces: easier.. rice." and Sunday. I I| and Gulf coasts
t Jacksonville to, Florida Straits:]j : C. S. KENNEDY.Official LADIES-- '., <
The suffering in our own drought area I in
Moderate east winds over south Charge. ;

The United States senate voted down is bad enough to draw the sympathetic attention .. .:.- __ ____ ,I
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Huey Long's "share-the-vrealth" bill, evidently of all Americans and the efforts of I

finding it too Long. the government to aid the distressed pea '
You WELCOME brouse i
are to.
ple. Where would our own 'citizens find .
.
:Mussolini: in searching fofcthe succor if it did not come from a strong ,

Ethiopian in the woodpile may find to his government, backed by the resources of around our store, you will find f[as

surprise a regular hornet's nest. the land it controls? How much better I

would the Chinese people live if they, too, j 0 a I lot of useful and decorative :
: :
boasted 'real able to direct _
a government,
George Bernard Shaw says the only national affairs through. the confidence of j'.t---__. :: 1 things for'your home such {0
happy people? are dead. And some of his 'the ople'themselves? $$1.00OFFER ', f as
p ., 5
critics r-A
hope he may soon join >the happy .. W4
.
;' .t i in thig: of
throng. : Let's not forget > day emer- Wg 1 .s

gencies,that we owe much Ito the govern- "

ment of this country, which has withstood I II
The Normandie cost fifty million dollars : Electric 'Toasters and Grills Electric FaDs'l I
many tests throughout the years and re* I .
to build and that is one reason why la
mains, today, regardless of party in power,
}belle) france welched on her installment IIII
able to serve its people as their exigencies
Electric Sad Irons
recently due.Another. Flashlights j
demand. Let this be true always! i i ii ;



con<;titutional bill by the has courts.been declared We wouldbe un- DO. SUNSPOTS CAUSE DEPRESSIONS? I EXTENDED: : V W F-'| i Light Bulbs and Fixtures Dinner and. Tea Sets \a

pleased to have some of ours so declared HOLDS AU THIS FOOD!
The debate that continuesto

: about the first of the month. attract widespread attention throughout the world 3 2 1 ptl ana.das.aulk.cbccw eit.2.e H t 2 pa Ib.css,Miter crrans fnut Bake Glass Ware Water Sets i=!

.
and to center its efforts upon discoveringthe iaic 1 bottle* 1 cbcrtics botll caw .
Julius Stone declared in Washingtonthat Until July 1st can twcoo S Ibs.roast:I bca4
: causes of the world-wide depressiontakes you .
lenacc a 1 b> e.eobercb liquor Sets Artistic Console Sets \R
he would to continue his laborsin GENERAL \ toouttm i b.a'TIC I
prefer !' a new angle when Dr. A. A. Brill, place a ELECey 2 crap* frvit 2 .
Florila and Floridians" in general hops REFRIGERATOR in ". *'* oraoe, ..
Harvard psychiatrist, points out that there 1 l r ulaJ. dmaiBa 1 1U.
.
that Harry Hopkins will accede. to his may be a correlation between sun spots I your home for a down pay* Urd .2 I Itft w. -water o er bonk torn.tawera
2 qaick frerliae
wishes. The federal administrator, aware and the. depression.He ment of only $1.00. its -2 Ib*.trara of ic I2O l = A Full Line of.Aluminum: Ware Kitchen ':

of Mr. Stone's abilities would to ,
prefer
insists that the "depression will I

have him in Washington, but' maybe induced not cure itself until the emotional condi- I This refrigerator has the famous sealed. I i iI : Utensils And--Well Just Drop In, And :is

to allow him to remain in this tion subsides"'and argues that we should I In mechanism; and the five year protective I
See For Yourself
state. \ watch the cycle in. the individual. and apply <<: plan. i is included, in the initial price. :

the analysis to nations and races. He.

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The medical and dental professionsavow say, "Curves orsolar: radiation, con- .

that it is unethical to advertise in ditioned by sun spots, follow curves of Monthly Payments .:

any form, though subtlety in overcomingthis stock pri.eand.: : business activity" and : I "Your home is worthy of the best" S

requirement is often resorted to. A suggests that emotions, which make be- I $2.00 with your light bill "I

California publisher has suggested th&t havior, may be connected with ultra violet South Florala? Contracting & fogiieering Co. 1

newspaper editors. assist these professionsin rays. I t ,


avoiding being careful any semblance to refer: to of "Dr.advertisingby John Mussolini salutes the king of kings I. The 'Key West Electric Company .: Phone 598 White and EUza Streetsi .:.


Smith as plain John Smith in'the news and with "Haile Selassie," to which the Lion ofJudah. I ...000000000.00........ ...................:.

'i :society c.o1um ?. very aptly may. reply. "Abyssinia." < .:iiisviirsisi


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I _S :: K1SSw I LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN LEAGUE



Club- W. L. ret

SYNOPSIS: 0of ". aimer*. ths 1/ $ PtiRTs1iANTi New York ..--......._. 37 20 .649
._:*, uAo *a la Marry Ahon must"No iI.tenAs let me! In she Alison dear you I LEY MEMORIAL: .. E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST Chicago: .._.....-....... 29 22 .';69
ttrdt-t lather kat iccuit* Out gave way lie CHURCH. SOUTH
U rtttm ./ t. Dr. Out Lmmtff, followed her Inside. "Llsten. *1ksonhes I CHURCHCor. Cleveland ........... 31 24 .564
Q. ftarfy ..Jr.elet4'OIl' telt.et. .
Detroit ... .. 30 26 .53*
been round her Rev. L. M. Smith Pastor ---- .w.
I.GVL detUe tAL. efeirpca ..<. whIle i !! Fleming and William Street
,
.
If a..far y./hit lf moey quarrel AUtott token
: a Utll.,irl iu a1 mKeai of you said? You don't really. mean yon with Ed. R. Curry Philadelphia -.._--.-- 22 31 .415
,' superinten William N. Kaowles
Ga, m. superintendent
CM nuke to
tar. aid fnirJ
ojfii.j. /ma doctor." -you love the fellow r dent.! St. Louis ...._.__....... 16 37 .302
The Wesley Fellow

at He another was looking time tired she and might worried.have \VALLOPPIRATFaS I DIAMOND BALL AT ARRANGE FIGHT Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ship Bible Clss',. meets in l the pas, NATIONAL LEAGUE

Chapter 3ff Layman Sam Finder will conduct tor's study.. The pastor is the Club- W. L. Pet
thought him but now aha backed
DR._ UUMUEY"IS this service. teacher. York ..._. .. .. 31 14 .725
-out ot his reach. and np against.HM AGAIN; PARK LAST NIGHT CARD HERE FOR t New ---
she badly burtr Alison put the bed. I Junior Epworth League meetsat Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Pittrburgh ..'''' .. 33 2. .569

question to a woman with a baUred ..Ye.-That In a whisper; then, 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V, A. Archerin Sermon by. the. pastor. Louis .-.. 31 201 .564

straw bat who waa working a Quick passionate cry. "Tes! Rut INCREASE LEAD MONDAY NIGHT charge. Intermediate Epworth Leagu.1St. .. .m," 29 24 .547

her way out ot the front rank-a fat I'm notl! don't! He's. Just a common ;( RECREATION OUTFIT DOWNS Intermediate Epwortb League meets at 3:30p.. m. Miss YenJ Brooklyn .......m. 25 28 .472

woman with & motherly face. liar! I don't ever want to see him GARAGE TEN LIGHTHOUSE meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J, I line Watkins superintendent. Cincinnati ..-..-........ 23 33 .411

Doctor in there says she's all again. Oh!" She dropped on the bed PHILLIES TRIUMPH OVER ST. I Pierce in charge. Young People's League meets Philadelphia .... .... 20 31 .392

ri&ht.the woman replied promptly. her face hidden,her head rocking on i UNIT DEFEATS, PARK BOYS YOUNG FIGUEREDO TO MEET Young People's Departmentmeets I at 7 p. m. Miss Mary; Felton, Boston ..._.._...-.n__ 17 33 .321

"but she's bad a nasty knock, pore both anna as she crouched there LOUIS CARDINALS; TIGERS ROJAS IN ONE OF BOUTS; at 7:00 p. m. Miss Norma president.

little thin!." crying. I Yate!, president. Evening worship service at 8:00 .S..eei............_S 50 eToday's

AUsoa squeezed forward a bit: Her father looked down at ber sob- WHITEWASH NEW YORK i (By JOVE SEMI-FINAL. AND PRELIM. Eyening worship service at 8:00 f o'clock. Sermon by the pastor.
) Birthdays
shaken shoulders troubled. o'clock. The people will
she moat get hold of Guy; deeply YANKEES The defeatedby young Mid-week prayer and Bible
"Stand back there. please. Don The door behind him opened and I I Garage tea were INARIES ALSOBy have charge: of the. evening worship study Wednesday at 8 p. m. eee.SSS.5CC S 55 i Ca-.....-
Daphne came gliding softly In She the Recreation Department outfit hour. I .
Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately
keep crowding In. The policeman
did not speak; she looked from the and service each lIne Charles A. Lindbergh born
swept hla arm out like a barrier; repeating :: I last night at Bay-view Park in Prayer praise following: the mid-week
girl weeping on the bed to Robert. (special The C'ltl ) 29 years ago.
( OSCAR PITA) Wednesday at 7:30 m.
bU warning Impartially to ; a diamondball game. The final p. service. Mrs. P. B. Robe'rtJi.. di
a.qhestion,In her eyeS He shrugged NEW YORK, June 22.-The
Young Figueredo will out Young choir practiceeach
step people's
the. whole crowd. Alison on the rector.
9 The
to 0.
score was content stood
t
his shoulders. Giants overwhelmed another
I pen. Thursday at 7 m. Miss" Mrs. Caroline G. O'Day of Ry v
other side of the blue. onttlretcbet of the liyhtweight class next Monday p.
."AJIson,'dear-" nant rival trimming the eecondploce .)111 to 3 in the fifth inning when ; Alice Jenks pianist. N. Y., member of congress, bornat
tried
to catch
ana Gueye.. but be
night when he enters the ringat SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH
Shethrewoff_ his hand_ violently."Can't Pirates. 11 to 4, for the sec the Ga. 60
was busy answering the question ; Garage team walked off the Church choir practice each Friday Perry; years ago.
you leave me alone?" the the Cuban Club stadium to
and
time gained
ond
of the second policeman and he did straight field. Leaders at. bat were Grif at 8 p. m. Miss Catherine Corner Dnval and Eaton Streets

not eYeD look towards her. though sprang,from; ,the bed. ran with biggest lead the- have.held in two fin. J. Walker and Gabriel. In the : swap punches with one "Pimpy" Knowles church pianist. S..4.,., Frank H. uamrosch of New

she was a bare foot away.. SHE seasons.A Rojas a hard punching middle The new pastor will arrive next Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. York famed musician botn in
face Into her bathroomand six.run attack which drove field the leaders were Q. Lopez .
"If )'ou'4 Eire me.,.our'DAme and shut the door. The two waiting Paul weight boxer. week. Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Germany, 76 years ago.
showers in the
the and J. Garcia.
Dean to
address sir-* The stub of penc!! outside could near her splashing For months after months these Mass for the Church School,
sixth inning pate the Phillies an In the second ejchibi-I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Frederick B. president
and the tat notebook were in wait water on.her swollen face. and the game an 9:30 a. m. Patterson
hael
log. slow, heavy sobs growing slower. 8-3 victory over ,the Champion I tion affair, -which..was axtd between : beys % Lbeeii f after,another return Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts.John Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. of the National Cash Register
of
"My naJJu(.Lumley.Dr.Guy.Lum- further apart, until they ceased. Cardinals in the. second game the Lighthouse and Bayview':, bout and no promoter has: B. Culpep...r, Jr., Pastor Evensong Prayer, Sermon. Company, Dayton Oborn
ley. And the address Is the series. taken the chance to it for there 43
care of Dr. Robert'a eyebrows ,signalled:, I put on Benediction S p..m. years ago.
Dundas* Daphne shook her bead. Paced ,by Freddie! Lindstrom; Park tens, the former outfit won Church Sunday school opens at .
who made five aits Charlie in the last inning. The score was fear that it may prove. a financial 10:00: a. m., under leadership of Week Days
,
famed English'
Alison did not wait to hear more.i _"I shouldn't. she whispered.Not Morning Prayer 9:45 a, m. Julian.Huxley.,
Grimm3 Chicago Cuts: made it 3 to 1 when the Beacon boys came failure but !so many fans have Gerald Saunders general super. ,
Guy Lumley. Daphne was right! yet. She's too upset. Tell her after Mass 7 in. biologist and writer. born 48 years
Che flung her head up blindly dinner. Get nemo' take an aspirin two out of three over the Boston [. to bat. and Albury.; singled to center .asked for this fight and realizing intendent. Each department meet a. 5:20 ago.
Evening Prayer
tamed and, pushed past the crowd and make her lie down." Braves. The sore was 113. Head fanned, Lowe doubledto that it will be a grudge affair, the in its own assembly room. A second Maca Wednesdays p. m.

round the brat corner.'conscious of When Alison came out ol the bathroom Vernon Kennedy freshman right: scoring Albury; Roberts Cuban Club's fight promoter will Morning worship at 10:45 !9) on tion of the :Most Blessed Sacra

nothing except a sick longing! getaway ber face laved and powdered. rijrht-handsr. regained second singled, to third allowing Lowe toob.aia take a chance to put it on. o'clock. a. m.CHRISTIAN went, 7 p. m.

quickly.. she found her father alone nursinga place for the White Sox by pitch.I that bag! and Roberts stole This battle will take the. place, Epworth League meeting at Church school, 8 a. m.

She, walked so fast that' aha was bottle of aspirin. ing; end hitting them to a 5 to .3 second; Valdes hit to third who of the Borden-Castelano match 7:00 p. m. Miss' Vanes! Collins. SCIENCE SOCIETY Sermons at 8 a. m.. and., 7 p. m.

almost running as she. sped blindly They were to dine early at seven. victory; over the Philadelphia Athletics threw to first and Lowe scored; previously announced. Castel-i Evening worship service at 8 327 Elizabeth Street Week-Day Services

through the little dirty streets which al they were all going on to a play. in the third and rubber game I I Stanley hit. to left field who dropped lano, for some unknown reason to o'clock.W.: school 9:30 Mass on Tuesday and Thursday -
Sunday a. m.
make a maze of Soho. B ly the time that AUsoa dressed i ,
Greasy-look. was the ball and Roberts S. Eakins will conduct the
reries.
of the I came the failed to make good < promoter
service at 11
Sunday morning
tug: loungers at the street for dinner in her newest, stiff faille
corners ,
and Sam B. Pin-
service
his home with the morning
1 Lynwood Rowe, continuing winning run. his challenge to Borden last Mon.I o'clock. Litany and Sermon on Wednesday
and- blowsy women who went bareheaded dress with a huge bustle bow below

I mill at the evening
At bat the leaders Gonzalez der preach
return to the great form he show were at 7:30
day night.Promoter I II I service at p. in.Confessions'
In shawls stared at her as the slim waistline at the back. all Wednesday evening
ed last season in leading the Tigers and Barcelo for the Park Sardinas has billed worship hourllidweek .. I Aftet the Wednesday -
she hurried past the low.grey.grimybouses the traces of.her; storm were! safely up 8 o'clock.
I to the American League ers and Roberts and Lowe for the I card to back prayer and praise! evening service.
,the garlic-scented stores and hidden. a, good supporting up i I Reading room in Society building '
the eating-houses which wafted an Daphne had been back to her flat pennant turned in his third Beacon boys. I the Figueredo-Rojas !bout. In the service! on Wednesday at 8:00 p. I, open Tuesdays and Fridap .

odor of cabbage and stale fat. and had changed Into sleek mulberry straight winning performance This game was umpired by Len. I semi-finat Young Fernandez will m.Choir fro-a 3 to 5 o'clock. NEWMAN E. CHURCH
A taxi booted at her angrily to get satin. the split skirt lined to the when he shut out> the Yankees, 7 nie Licata, that genial fellow from attempt a comeback after a long rehearsal on Friday eve- i

out of the road. a man with a barrow hem with turquoise blue; even Robit. to O. to end the league leaders' Camp 3. Veterans of Foreign layoff and. will meet the classy ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph! (Colored)

load of flowers swore at her as be in his dinner Jacket with his six-frame: winning streak. ',Wars. I Mario Santana. Santana has been Sawyer organist; Gerald. Saund- I MIXED BIBLE CLASS : A. T. McCaskill. Pastor

veered out of the way.Alison did not ere}' moustache trimly flattened The Browns dropped a 3 to 0 Standing of the first two clubsis fighting on the east coast of Florida ers. choir director. M. A. Moreno Recording Steward

bear either. down seemed to Have recovered- decision to the Boston Red Sox aa I, as follows: for some months and is in, the The new pastor of this church Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monticino. 1 Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary

Waiving' with a loose-swinging, As they sat down. to dinner they a violent rain and hail storm cut I I: Club- W. L. pink of condition. I will arrive here Monday. Teachers Sunday school 9:30 a. m.

stride her face ..white her grey eyes were all three determined to make short their scheduled Recreation ..... .......-...........- 10 3 Rojas has been rQunding himself This class meets every Sunday I Sunday service, 11 a. m.

wide open and staring like those of he evening go smoothly. er after six inniFgs doublehead-j I Cuban Club ..... .._.............. 10 4 into condition for some time and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH morning at the Harris School auditorium I! Evening worship, 7 o'clock.
Have decided I at 10 o'clock. Men and
a sleepwalker she went blindly with you where to go?
game. C S .S C C S C C it is said by close\ friends of his Eaton Street, Between Duval and DOt connected with :
women Any .
nothing in her mind but those bare she asked Daphne at the end of din Don Brennan's pitching and BETHEL A. M. CHURCH
1. i: i. I that he will face the former meat Simonton Streets other Bible Class and regardless
facts: Guy bad been) telling lies. Der. Ernie Lombardi's hitting led the CLASSIFIED '
lie was the man whom Dapbne They might! have been'three, polite chopper with murder in his eye. James! S. Day, Pastor of denomniations. 'invited t) (Colored)
Cincinnati Reds to 5 to 0 victory
bad called notorious. the doctor who strangers meeting; a On$ of Ropas consistent exercises Bible School I at 9:45 a. m. attend. Corner Division and Thomas SU.

had lost his practice becuss of tile ,.Way.-,.:- yes.We've- fixed every- ; over the Dodgers:- and a 2-1 I. COLUMN f.o several weeks has ,been the Captain O. T. Pogue superintendent. H. Rr-Hill, pastorSunday -
l lead in their series :
chopping down of trees. The I <<
ways with women with girls. thing. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS school 9:30 a. m.
Far. down New Oxford Street Daphne and Robert were glancing The summaries: I I ... C S S CS r... ..e "Wild Bull" seems to believe in Rev. C. A... Cox supply pastor Preaching 11 a. m.

near the turning to the British Museum a.t each other across the table with NATIONAL LEAGUE !! WANTED | waving a big ax in order to improve will preach both morning: and evening 1017 Fleming Street Junior A. C. E. League meet
At Boston R. H. E. !
she came out Into the traffic a congratulatory air. Alison could : his punch.Figueredo services at this church daring: R T. Sawyer Teacher at 5:35 m.
Chicago ._. ........ .....11 18 p.
and sighting a taxI. bailed IL Climbing read those messages without words 2j j however is a clever:
I SHELL DIRECT the absence from the city of Rev. Bible study Friday, 7:30 p. m. Senior A. C. E. League meets
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in. she ordered the driver to goon which said "Good! She's come Boston little boxer and will., probably fight Day Sabbath service 10:30 a. m. at 6:15 m.
p.
driving until she told him to stop. ound. She's going to be sensible Batterties: Carleton and Hart-!I. FROM COLLECTOR. shippedfob. I the giant Rojas on the offensive Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service, 8 p. m.
Heart
It'l all oyer- nett; Frankhouse Benton and! Clam. Panama Fighting most of the No doubt, the .
way. of the GospeL"The
Subject: "Power Weekly Services
IT was long past live when Alison She felt faintly amused. It wasvery Hogan.: Conch. Pink Conch, etc-, former meat lad will have one Union CATHOLIC CHURCHSt.
odd how nothing In the world 'I and Shell Lamps. Turner Mfg.Co Baptist Training Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Class.
got out at the bouse In Chester
hard time keeping this junky pieceof meets at 7 o'clock. Mary's Star of the Sea Friday 7:30 p. m., choir re-
Ventnor
Square gave the taxi-driver a pound made any difference now.The Idea of At Brooklyn R. U. E. ,.N. J. jun21-6tx I him
,_ human being from rushing Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., hearsaL
note and let herself In. going to the Pyrenees, which had Cincinnati _,___ 5 10 ol]I" with flying fists. "The 3econd Coming of in charge
Subject:
She was calm enough now; much appalled her simply I did not matter Brooklyn .__..__ 070 i' ROOMS ,. this
Order of services for ADVENTIST
Christ. SEVENTH DAT
too calnu, She. felt as though some any more.If Lom-
Batteries Brennan and
mainspring Inside bet: had broken Daphne wanted*it. she would go .i : SINGLE CONTEST OF All other regular services will church: CHURCH
"THE MUNRO"-Rooms
bardi!; Clark Leonard and Lopez, $2.00,
as If nothing!: could ever matter. any and would' do her best to makeup and be carried on during the week. Sunday morning Masses will be
$2.50 $3.00 week
Phelps.At
more. for that scene In the morning by per said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. (Colored)
At least It would be Double and Single. 128 N. E.:. SOFTBALL MONDAYBy CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Mass at 7 o'clock.
She! polled her hat off and walked being pleasant. New York R. H. E. Week-day Southard Street Between Thomas
straignt into the library. better for her father than to have 4th street, Miami, Fla. I Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, and Emma Streets
4 14 0
hem quarrelling and If Daphne's Pittsburgh I may24-1mox1 -- 627 William Street and Frida1LPENTECOSrAL
Sundays William Perkins Pastor
Tney bad finished tea. Daphne sat I ,
New York .._._..__11 17 E. Richard Evans Pastor
love for blpj was Just a sham-well. 11
on the sofa curled up with six C. Williams, Missionary Leader
cushions stacked behind ber bead; was love ever anything else? Batteries: Lucas Brown and I I': FOR REN1 ( JOVE) Sunday school: 9:45 a. m. .Sabbath School 10
MISSION (Saturday),
Robert wax standing by the :are- Robert was:almost Jovial. "It's gong Crace; Castleman and Mancuso.At I I'I'I I Monday night the Recreation Morning worship at 11 o'clock.: o'clock.

to be delightful! he announced. I Department ten will tackle the Mr. Montecino will speak at the
Place. looking a In ;; BICYCLES WE the
grave newspaper RENT. by 909 Olivia Street Church service, 11 o'clock in
Philadelphia R. H. E.
outfit for their last
his hand. They both looked round as -I got the special license today and Hour Week. Army game. morning service.
Day or Repair the .
Wm. Skondeen- Pastor morning.Y.
SU Louis 360 'the Recreation boY will have
Ihe. I've wired the hotel for rooms. I'd Christian Endeavor 6:45 m.
She came could In. not see herself; had dually fixed to sail for Madeira but Philadelphia _.'" ._... 891 NoEnameLWe all makea. and. paint 4hen\ with full to come oct victorious in thfoBofebuH Evening worship. 8 o'clock.p. Sunday morning worship, 11 P. M. V. S. meeting 5:30

made no effort to get tidy and could DO one can say that rm not a good Batteries: P. Dean, Heueser!! "'" '-,:carry a ';'; cofttft to cinch the sec The people will conduct this o'clock. o'clock p. In.
not guess bow distraught she looked fiance! I've cancelled tickets every- Harrell and Delar.cey; Johnson supply of parts: Xgekt- for the ond hal{ fUt pf' the Social League. service young I Sunday school for; all, 3:30 p. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
Rollfast
with her bat off. her hair on end. ber bins-found the address of the and .ViJsn i and Dayton Bicycles. Tuesday!! nfeht{ tile Busy Bees Wedneaday evening at 8:00 m. night at 7:30 p. m.SPEND.
_ And sell them as low .as $5.00 .
cheeks stained with tears. ber eyes Spanish hotel and got rooms -and will er 8j jiiaUf vrith the LopezFunerajMHeineiigjpregation o'clock midweek service Sunday night evangelistic: lenI
red.rimmed and dark ID her small all at one.day's notice! Only heaven AMERICAN. LEAGUE down and $1.00 per week. We, \ A hard. I ice 7:15 o'clock, \\\\\lU.IIIII .

chalk-white face. She came forward knows what they'll be like Don't At Chicago R. H. E. Buy and Sell all makes of used I fouglat. on't..fis'Expected as Ward FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.. I Tuesday 7:15: p. nu, prayer and .
blame me. Daphne. If you: have tolive Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. i praise service.
and stood stiffly addressing Daphne Philadelphia -i- 372 will be in the box against the old

like a person-who recites a lesson. on dry bread and garlic." Chicago _r-,_.e- 5 10 0 Stowers company 515 Du..listreet. reliable Ah! Ah! Lunn. CHURCHJ. Friday 7:15 p. m., fellowship g

"I'm sorry. I apologize for what I "Don't worry." Daphne promised.' Batteries: Mahaffey, Dietrichand I apr9-tf i C. Gekeler. Pastor :meeting. i YOURVACATION
said. You right. He la the man I've not been there since I was a iI I Saturday 2:30 m., boys' and
were Berry; Kennedy and Shea. I Corner of White and Washington p. '
J you thought!: I-I I won't ever see him young girl and the cooking's SpanIsh I FURNISHED APARTMENT electric J.B.CULPEPPERJR.TO .: Streets 'girls' church.
!" With that she broke and but superb and thescenerysgulte
gain ice box. Archie '
Thompson, school meets at 10 a.
At Detroit R. IL E. Sunday
=
marvellous. It's fascinating. The car THIS YEAR IN.FLORLDA :
rag out of the room. SALVATION. ARMY
THE
1001 Eaton street. Phone 879J. i
MONDAY inA.. C Elgin superintendent.
New York 041 ARRIVE
road only goes part of the way and
She was nearly at the top of the .
... 7 11 0 may24lmoxCOTTAGE The Adult Bible Class is taughtby
Detroit ,
'
have finish
hen you to up on donkeys ----i.- I
'
front stairs when ber father flying
Officer -
i I Captain Vernon. W. Walker .
the will study the
Batteries Des- pastor and
after her. caught her by the arm. A regular bandlt'seyrie. rightup : Buffing, Brown in Charge
the mountains with a waterfall hong and Jorgens Rowe and Coch- FOR RENT Completely I Christian Missions. !
among ;
Alison? My dear what's happened tOl'gcufHEALTH
"' on one aide and a place they rane. furnished with linens Rev J. B. lpepperr,'Jr.,' newly Morning worship at 11 o'clock 1002 Fleming Street ,..

She?backed out of his said can the Devil's Jump on the other.a C and new Frigidaire. Apply 625 appointed pastor of the. First' Sermon: "A.. Sure Foundation." Company meeting (Sunday III1"'IIt"\\\
grasp.
jun20-lwk' Methodist Church, will arrive :hereon at 8 o'clock. school), 9:45: a. m.
In the same stiff hard voice.Xoth--sort of bottomless cleft In the side ofthe FirM Game Division street. Evening worship i.
Monday to. assume charge of is Holiness meeting 11 a. m.
that's all." mountain. It's absolutely wild. !L E. Subject: "Green Sins. This
log, i Just know At. St. Louis R.
would Youll love It. Alison." PIANO TUNING this church. the initial sermon in a series on Young People's Legion, 6:30
She ran then to her room. Boston ..._. .. 361
nave s\jut\ and locked the door but (Co,1/riI1U.IUS.XMlyw Jf. mucky St. Louis 031 Services at the First Church tomorrow "Prismatic Sins" in which sins of p. in-

be was too quick for her. had his Batteries Grove and R. Per- PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo. will be conducted by Laymen the following colors will be discussed Evening service, 8 o'clock.
Monday Aliton rude RIOT ttf.ribi .. : Pin-
S and Sara
foot Inside and forced It open. ._ new 'In the paper. veIl; Thomas and Hemsley. reno. Excellent piano for sale der W. Baking : Green Purple Red, White CHURCH OF COD RUSSELL S
Black.
cheap. 1018 Division streeLm23lmo I and I
GAMES TODAY
Second Cane Mid-week Bible Study, Wednes- 1106 Olivia Street

: Postponed!! wet grounds. I day at 7:30 p. m. The Parables Morning service 11 o'clock I
AMERICAN LEAGUE '
REV. L. M. SMITH Ttt(} REV. SHULER PEELE FORPERSONAL SALE New York at Cleveland-Broaca of Jesus will be discussed.METHODIST Sunday school 3:30 p,.m,

Washington n at Cleveland, postponed vs. Hudlin. EPISCOPAL Sunday night service, 7:15- CIGAR STORE

ARRIVE NEXT WEEKRev. i RETURNS Id CITY rain. cards $1.25.CARDS The-100 Artnan printed Ttetje.Boston! at Chicago-Rhodes' ,vs. CHURCH, SOUTH o'clock.Evangelistic service Wednes -0-


I' CORRECTION Press.. .ug7 Philadelphia at St. Louis-Wil- "EL SALVADOR" day. 1:15'p.. m. .

I shere Knott.Warhsinyfon Corner Grinnell and Virginia Prayer and praise service: Friday Baseball
Daily
L. Rev. Shuler Peele, 'of the vs.
M. Smith, recently appointed pastor r: 'Mrs. Robert R. Knowles requests TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 at Detroit-Two Streets 7:30 p. m. Teacher* meet

pastor of Ley Memorial Fleming Street Methodist Church i' The Citizen to state that sheets 75e. The Artisan Pres*. games!- Linke vs. Auker; Burke (Services in Spanish) ing. By Wire

church: in place:! of Key. W. J. Martin .- who left Key West some time ago :'Captain, Robert R. Knowles of the aug7 vs. Crowder.: Sunday school, 10 a. nv -

will arrive in Key West next to attend a young peoples' as- : Lighthouse service, who was'mentioned Preaching 8 p. m. Lati. Mi.aies -0-

week. rembly in Lakeland accompanied ,I in yesterday's TenYearAgo" OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two NATIONAL LEAGUE I Mothers' Club meets Monday. Services Sundays Tuesdays and COME IN AND.GET THE

Rev. Smith by several members- the local I column as having died of bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of- Pittsburgh at New York-Two ::8 p. m.Bible Thursdays, conducted by Rev. RESULTS OF THE

is oneof two new organization. returned to th city. heart disease died from injuries t fice. octl games-Birkofer vs. Hubbell i study and prayer service. Charles E,:Luo.

Methodist pastors for this city, last evening over the highway I.received,and not of heart trouble.. Weaver vs. Schumacher. Wednesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. MAJOR BASEBALL

the other being Rev. Culpepper,I Rev. Peele. who was to have attended He was at the,time under treatment SECOND SHEETS-500 for SOe.The St. Louis at Philadelphia-Two LEAGUES0

Jr.. who will assume the. pastor: I I the regular Methodist' in the. Mirine hospital Artman Press. aug7 :' gamea-Walker vs.! Walters; Hal -LA TRINIDAD" SAINT PETERCHURCH; -

ship of the First. Methodist church.I Church conference in Orlando was f lahan vs.. Jorgeno. Revs. L. Oser and'. Montero,, CIGARS CIGARETTES

Layman Sam Pinder will preachat I ill for a time in that city and 'was was reappointed to serve Key. WANTED. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. -HoiIjngsworth -, Pastors (Colored). ,

the morning! rervir of Ley unable to be present at this church West for: another year. and hisl L' I I' vs. Earnshaw. Dnval and Angela_ Streets Center Street, Between Peteoai" SOFT DRINKS,

Memorial chun,; tomorrow and the'I assemblage.l rcmeroua parishioners WANTE chance, to bid on Chicago at Boston-Two games Sunday school 3 p. nu- and Olma. ETC

young people' -ejil I have charge of Rev. Peele was the only one, of,extend to him a. warm welcome on 1 your next printing order. Thej I French vs. Brandt; Root vs. Service in Spanish, Friday: *t Mass8a.ni. -

the 'evening rnoe. ._ *-.-. :J'the- three Methodist pastor who. 'his etw'a0 tb. Island City. ArtoMuv Prea. aag7 MacFayden.. .. .. VOPoin. ,; : Solemn Evensong *nj Benedle- -
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Children i{ NEW ARRIVAL IN GIRL ARRIVES ATHOMEOFJOLLYS LEGALS

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Don't Believe In Elves ---
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I RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD IN THE COUNTS: JtI)OK"S COURT I ICIHn IT rOI RI STATE Op
SOCIETY : : OF pUBLIC INSTRUCTION: OF ADAMS FAMILY IN: AND' FOR MONROE: COlNTl.KI.OKIDV. : 'LOR'U' TWKM-IKTII Jt Ul-
::-:: : : (B,. AsMclate P....) MONROE COt NTT". FLORIDA. I r.,%.fittriiT.. MoMtot. CALLING AN ELECTION IN In the Matter of the Guardianship l> CII"HT"
... ... ..... BELFAST .1._ 22.- SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT of the persona and estates 1 EUGENE li SIXOLKTON.
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cbil4lreat. NUMBER ONE. MONROE Mr. and Mrs. A. Maitland Adams' of NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1 I Complainant,
Teaching .
American
Jolly announce
<<"Ot NTY. FLORIDA FIX- IRVIN T. KNOWLES. HAROLD TK.GENEV1EVE
Arrange "Cachet"For Enjoyable Party; believe in fairies and kobgobblins IXC THE MILLAGB FOR TAX announce the birth of a daughter.53. KNOWLES and GERALD F.KNOWLKS the arrival of a daughter L. SINGLETON.
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Monday Night I Last EveningWilma i i. a job that require LEVY' TRUSTEE AND: THE FOR ELECTIONOF SAID DISTRICT I Thursday at the South Beach In-f, NOTICE ,IS Minors.HEREBY GIVEN BY 1: weighing; : ten pounds this morning ORDER OF PUBLICATION Defendant

IN ACCORDANCE -WITH I TilE UNDERSIGNED as Guardian, at their home. 404 Eaton street. It appearing by the sworn bill
I lot. of patience, lament Sir CHAPTER t.n, SESSION I> firmary. of the estates and person of IrvinT. :| The new arm at has been given f'lrd In the above-stated cause that
The Philatelic and Numismatic Russell, daughter of Mr. Hf Robertson, conductor LAW OF The new arrival has been given I Knowles. Harold B. Knowlesand the CENKVIEVE. SINGLETON. the.
,I \WHEREAS under Chanter Gerald F. Knowles that I will!] name of Barbara Ann.LEGALS drfrndalM thrrvin namrd. Is a nonresident -
Society of Key West will sponsor1m ; and Mrs. byron Russell, played of tbe Glasgow Orpheus. Law of Florida Act of l 2i.l1n'l the name of Barbara Ann.LEGALS petition the Honorable Hugh Gunn., of the Mate ..f Florida.

nationally announced "cachet". hostess to a number of her young Cbs;,. -' annual election must be held In < County Judge in and for Monroe I and her residence is unknown and.
Special Tax School Districts for the -ounly. .Florida at his office In the that she Is ver the ace of twentyone
[
June 24. j I .
on Monday, J friends Vita l' a" watermelon"p Dnriaf an American tour determination I of the amount of Court house Keyest.. Monroe'County : ;year; It i I. therefore ordered
I I
A cachet is an artistic design( with nU choir, he .said he mill to be levied and the election Florida, at the hour of 10 I that Bald nonresident defendant l.e
stamped an envelope' which'is !fiestfeeaeiy 1 ] I fs $tif jping.( li schoolchildren .. Trustees and whereas 1933 is the II {o'clock A. on of} :%OTICK OK APPMCTIOOP and she Is hereby required to appear -
upon iris aiked more th-. l.OOO time to hold said election and NOTICE OF MISTER'S SALK 'June. A. D.l\lit3 f'y: a*']I too IM"'TI Rll PtHKZ. A MARKiFDOMIX. to the bill vt complaint filed
then sent through the m ils.][l The party1 chaperoned by if they believed in WHEREAS. Special Tax School I I' .horlzinJ the sale of the interest. \\ TO BKtoMH A FREE', in said cause on or before Mondav,
Collectors gather these cachets Mrs. Olaf..Soderberg Mrs..Myron the "little folk." and tbe an. District Number One of MonroeCounty I Notice Is hereby given that under iof the aforesaid minors in and to "tALtn. I I I.b.. ith day of August A. I). l>;, .
Florida baa heretofore been and by virtue of a certain order I the following described property.i iI NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEM' that I otherwise the allegation; of said
from all,places and have .pt"eiali, Russell and Mrs. Mervin L, Russell I wer was an nnanimon* created by an election of the qualIfied and decree of foreclosure and sale, lyIng and being In Monroe CountFlorida :". the undersigned' Pastoria Perej a I I. bill will be taken as confessed by
albums for cacheted covers. j .. Numerous teach: games were, ,"Naw! electors of aid District embracing made and entered on the Slat day and more particularly de married woman a resident of the aMl defendantIt .
I all of the territory within of May. A. D. 1932. in and by the .,. follows -." I state of Florida and County of Mon' I. further ordered that this
During the international exposition played during the evening.. Irish children, on the other Monroe County. except the main- Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial .rl'r.o Government Lot I, 'i roe. will on the Zlth day of June order be published once each we'.k
in December. 1935 aj .Attending were: Lorraine Russell hand, always reward him withan land portion thereof and Circuit of the State of Florida.in .I Section 5. Township (3 South I A. D. 1J35. apply to- the Honorable, for four consecutive weeks in The
aid School District for Monroe In Chancery I Jefferson B. Browne, Judge of ; Key West .
WHEREAS. and County at the Southeast corner of Co>- the : Citixen. a ne..papervub.
number of beautiful cachet cover -Marguerite Page, Mildred enthusiastic "Yesr he has erected school house and lamaintaining1 in a cause therein pend ID It. Range :3S East Commencingernment Circuit Court of the Twentieth Ju-i lished In Mid County and Slat
collections will be exhibited. Commodore Olsen, Ellie Rae Gwynn, Fannie II said. I I school and Is creating wherein Eleanor Aymar Allison a Lot 2 in raid Section I dicial Circuit of Monroe County.: This ISIS dar of June. ua:..
Mietk-Liuba states. [ Mae Johnson Margaret Pinder indebtedness and that said schoolsare widow. Is plaintiff and Burbank S. Township. C3: South. Range :38 Florida at Chambers at 1* A. il"' iu o:<. C. SAM YKK.
von ,
I now in operation and said debts n.aUCompany., a corporation organized '-I East:: thence running South 44 or as soon thereafter as a hearing, Clerk Circuit Court
The cachet sponsored on Mon- Lois Rae Hiner, Jennie Ellen still existing I aftdI. and existing under the degrees East:: 14S feet more or may be had for a license to manage ALLAN It. CLEAKI-i JR..
day is printed black and hand-! Hiner and Wilma Russell WHKREAS. I I. necessary to I laws of the State of Florida. and less, to the waters of the Atlantic take charge of and control her Svlirilvr i for Complainant
KEY WEST IN determine the amount of millage to Cab Real Estate & Improvement Ocean said last mentioned property and to become a free Junli-:!:-;:'; jult-lJ
tinted in orange and green.] Howard Johnson. John Poo, I be levied for each year for the next Company, a corporation organized line being the Southwesterly dealer in every respect in accordance -i

The central design is a :group of i,John R. Kerr, Orroond Roberts, en.ulng two years and that trns.- and existing under the laws of the line of Randall Adams tract with the Statutes of the Stateof ; A "device for dim-
producing
DAYS GONE BYHappening tt'e. must be elected to serve for State of Florida are defendants. as shown in Deed recorded in Florida.PASTORIA
palm trees typical of Key West.! Bobbie Roberts Warren Gates '"
f I the next two year therefore BE foreclosure of lien of tax sale certificates. Peed Book B-', page $:ii. of the PEREZ which resembles a carpenpics -
Applications' for this cachet:, Samuel, Pinder, Gilbert Skelton Her. Just 10 Yean 1T RESOLVED BY TilE BOARD the undersigned Special public records uf Monroe County ALLAN Petitioner.' ter's brace'! and bit has been
I OP KUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF Master in Chancery will offer for: Florida); thence Southwesterly B. CLEARB. JR. ,
have been received from
and Warren RusselL !
many Ago Today As Taken From 'MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA, thatan sale and will Mil l at public out..rY.1for along the shore line Attorney for Petitioner. I' patented.
places. This is another unusual j The Files Of The Citizen election be held within Special cash in hand to the highest of this Atlantic Ocean to a mayZ5 Junt-l-lS-ZI --- -------
way of bringing Key West to the, Tax School District Number One of'I and best bidder at the front door' ...f'I point where the West line of -
Bunco I
Enjoyable Monroe County. Florida embracingall the County Court house of Monroe Mid Government lot I intersect
attention of other parts of the.I the territory in said Monroe 'I County Florida l in the Cityof i the said iihnre line; thence PALACEJean I
nation. Party Last Night, A tentative program for Defense County except the mainland portion Key West. Florida during the I North along the West line of
4 outlinedat thereof, on the 25th day of i legal; hours of sale on Monday the said Government Lot 1 to the Parker in
I Day on July was June, 1933, for the purpose of determining I 1st day of Jul)'. A. D 1 35. the following point of beginning, lying and I D. ARONOVITZKey
Melody Hour Young People's Service Leagueof a meeting last night at army the amount of millage to described land situate lying being in Monroe County, FlorIda SEQUOIAComedies
St. Paul's! Church enjoyed a! hcdaquarters in Key West bar- be levied for the years 111: andISJt. and being in the County of Monroe, containing t.U acres and Short Reel
and for the purposeelect! :State of Florida toU-J more vr' less.ALFRKt. Wett's Only CompleteDepartment
On
ThursdayThe bunco party given last evening in I racks. Military, patriotic: and ing trustees! to serve In said t4stnick '. Lo O\Nine O> of tfBlock Five .* -K.NWWLKS.. J Mati.ee 10-15cj Night 1525cNOTICE
I. the Parish HalL .' fraternal/organization were re- for the nexftwo years. I (i) Martello Towers, a subdivision As Guardian I of the Estates of. Irvin I StoreAnother
All qualified electors residing according to the plat T Knowles, Harold 1C. Knowles
sixth Key West Melody At the conclusion of the playIng presented. 4.copy of the programwill within aajdUitrieton HJH> j> yta.. ;. *beqrefeeeurded,,m. Plat Book and Gerald .'. Knowles.RAYMOND I of WASH
Hour. under the direction of Commodore it was found that Emmalina be sent, to each organization personal fc *lSlsaHE real S. \Uw&4fle.a.4'afe< 145. in theoffice R LortlT.'- shipment
I
tate are .eligible to vote at said of the Clerk of the Cir- Attorney for G.ardian. "'i f' I DRESSES in Printed Voiles
von Mletk-Liuba H. D., Alfonso was' wlnh'er'b'f'the girl for-approval before being printed election. The question ta be. determined cult Court' Monroe County.Florida. may:;; JunlU-UU I Lawns and Batistes, sizes

W., will be presented on Thurs prize and Bill,' Allen winner of for the ,public: information. Pre- at said election are as follows .- i froni' 14 .to' 4$, each-

day. June 27. the award1. ":. '.' liminary plans call for summoning : a '
boys' ; 1. The amount of millage to be 'LcAV1''gf Block Five% Subscribe to The Citizen.V
The evening will feature a program -I Those attending were!' Kathleen th4'defense forces, a big parade levied by County- Commissioner for (5) of Martello Towers, a subi $1.98TRAVELING

of songs. Mrs. Morris E. Walking, Eloise Gnito, Mar musical program: and a patriotic said Special ,Ta; 'bcnool l District division according to the pialther..rv.orded I Aa I will attend the
Number One. in Plat Hook
Berkowitx will be the vocal guerite Hilton, Emmalina Alfonso address by Senator Wro H. 2. The election of Trustees. 11 One (1), at page 140. la' the DRESSES I in National American Op-

soloist. The Misses Alee Curry Dorothy' Bean, Kathryn Malone. (serve during the ensuing office of the Clerk of the Circuit I Printed Silks and Plain tometrical Association
>ear*. Court Monroe County
and Clara and Norma Yates will Diaz and Romelda Johnson. : The polling place at which said Florida. NO MAGIC I Sheers each$4.95 Convention in

present two vocal trios. i Gerald Jaycocks Otis Hotch- More than :200: persons attendedthe ,election be held are: Dated June I, 1925.WILLIAM. S7.95PRINTED Miami next

Piano and violin selections will' kiss, William Monsalvatge, Billy entertainment given last night: I School Foiling Building.Place Number Corner 1.of South Harris Special Master V.in ALKURY Chancery I i TO I week, all patients needing;

make up an interesting prognm.1 Allen and Joe Allen., in Bayview Park for the Boy ard and Margaret Streets. Key W. CURRY HARRIS To Our treatment or examination
Mr. and Mrs. James Robeits Scouts from Clearwater and St.I West Florida. Inspector and Solicitor for Plaintiff I VOILES in light and
Clerk of Election at said po11lnlPplat"e Junl.8-I: %% USummer I dark are requested to make
grounds yard-
Dance Tonight'Ai ; Farther Arthur B. Dimmirk' and Petersburg. There was a short informal shall be: Charles Mathews per appointment with for
after which refreshments Ira Cash William Baker J. Frank I me
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Curry. program 5cBARBECUE I 25c
I this
Country Club! I were served. The en- Robert Polling. Clerk.Flare Number 2. At Mon week.

local orchestra on hand to furnish tertainment was sponsored by the roe County High School Building. FIGURED LACE CLOTHS- DR. J. A. VALDESOPTOMETRIST
I
Corner of United and White Streets
the Bible
and
TCey West Country Club will the music. Ladies Aid Society
FLAXONS. VOILES and
West,
Key Florida. Inspector and
entertain with a dance tonight atl] This affair is for members of Class of Fleming Street Methodist\ I Clerk of Election at said polling I Specialon DIMITIES at reduced prices

the usual hour with ,a popular. the club and their invited guests. church. place shall be: Bernard Allen, Roland for Monday. .
Richardson, John J. Albury,! 532 Duval StreetSaturday
William IL Johnson Clerk. Just an HONEST
Key West continues to hold foiling Place Number 3. At Public Sand-I SILK ACETATE DRESSES
.... .. School House FORDSFor wich at _
Florida cities at Matecumbe an all sizes see window display, n
first place among
I sPERSONAL i iT .N..1 from which foodstuffs. and merchandise -J Monroe and Clerk County.of Florida. Inspector said poll-' Place 'acb- -
arI; c.-orL::
are exported from Cuban,t ling place O. Russell.Robert Next Week $1.98 and Monday!

......................................... I Central and South American(Preston Ingraham Finder, Clerk.Edney B. Parker,
- - - - - -
I in im( Polling Place I Number 4. 'At Pub- Sensational Values!
also second! place
and
Charles H. Ketchum returned Mr. and Mrs. George Albury, ports, lie School House at Rock Ha-ix.r Engine Tuned Up .... _. $ 2.00 New of BEAUTIFUL
from business visit to'' Barbara and ports. According to a statement Key Largo, Monroe County Florida. shipment
yesterday a daughter Miss son
issued from the office of C. ,N. Inspectors and Clerk of Election Brake Adjustment __._ 1.00 PLAZASANDWICH SUMMER WHITE SHOES
points in the state. Leander arrived on the Havana at said polling place shall be; 'for Ladies, Men and Chil- LADIES' SHOESExtraordinary
Hildreth. Jr., collector of customsfor Wheel Alignment _.._ .75
Special today' from Tavernier and Willard Albury John W. Pinder. O. dren. Popular Prices.
Mrs. Willard Russell, who was I will spend a few days with rela- this district with headquar. P.BE Hill. George W. Albury. Clerk. Focus Head Lights .__ .50 SHOP
IT FURTHER special prices
RESOLVED
that ,
shown
spending a while with relatives in I tives. ters at Tampa, it is that this notice of election shall be Create Zerk Fitting ...... .75 503 Duval Street MEN'S\ AND BOYS' SUMMER\ on our SUMMER FOOTWEAR

)Miami returned yesterday, accompanied -I I during the month of April this onblished in the Key West Citizen Replenish Fluid in Shock III I TROUSERS- 1 good selection from whichto
merchandisewas a newspaper In the City of Key
by Mr. Russell of the U. : Dr. W. B. Keating surgeon at year $1.236,316 in West to West. Florida once each week for' Absorbers _.... .__ .60 Curb Service I!! Sl.OO choose aH sites all
S. immigration forces who in exported from Key thirty days, first' publication to be UP styles. SHOP EARLY! See
was I the camp on the keys under. the Cuba and ports to the south of the iith day of May I'JS, and ,the, Clean Fuel Pump ..._._ .50 i ; our window display.
Miami on business. direction of B. M Duncan came last publication thereof to be on, -
p
I i us. the 22nd day of June. 113. Check Clutch and Pedal II I : Phoenix and Kayser Silk

Mrs. Camillas Harrison return- I in last evening in. company with BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.* Movement __ _.._._ .60 Hosiery. Chiffon and Service
Mr. Duncan and will remain until that said election shall be .
i of West conducted I" Weights special
There is one group Key Lubricate Front WheelBearing 79c
Miami where
ed yesterday from I and held under the came rules
tomorrow evening. .... .
t-he was spending a while visiting: boys today future citizens of the and regulations as general election,' .__h .65 : HOLTSBERG'SMonday pairEvery -- -
conversantwith except aa modified by Section 711.: T ( pair guaranteed)
who
relatives and friends. I Island City. are Compiled General Laws Florida.1Resolution Tighten Bolt __ 1.00 :1 Joe Pearlman's
of Body inc. FRESH NEW SILKSSummer's
I Mrs. T. Roberts who have '
., Roy was the traffic laws who calling said election, Sale .
-- few days with her and assistin unanimously passed Monroe' Check Distributor _.._ 1.90 : newest Silk Ma.tenials
it. i spending a promised to obey them County I "QUALITY SHOP"Do :
A. Wiggin, of the local Board of Public Instruction May, II III I in the season's beat
Mr. and ,Mrs. Graham accidents suchas
United States immigration unit. parents 'avoiding tratfie 24. 1JJ5. i I Your Shopping at this Store shades. Every piece of best
and Mrs. Wiggin. left over the I Lester in Miami, returned on the those of last week which causedone CLARENCE IL PIERCE 1 ''Total __??. ._..$10.25 Beautiful Orpamly Dres', and SAVE on Quality' : qualIty

East Coast for. New I morning train accompanying her. death and 'a number of serious Chairman, Monroe Board County of Public, Florida.Instruclion. -!' I see window display, on sale I I MerchandiseSATURDAY' COOL SUMMERTIME

yesterday a'':son Billy, who was spending six I injuries. These are the seven messenger ALLAN B. CLEARE. i PARTS EXTRA Monday, fl -| An I: AND MONDAY DRESSES

York where they will spend' weeks with his grandparents. boys of the Western Union RALPH K. JOHNSON. each .?................... W.LetU I SALE A beautiful line in Silks
vacation of several weeks.f ; Member of Board of .Public In Flaxons Dimities Seersuckers
II I Telegraph comoany! who were struction. SilkKimonas tin 350 of Snappy-Looking ,
I I all for Japanese q1 pairs Etc
James Gardner, who was visit- Harry Perez, chief engineer of taught the laws by E. G. Hyder, Attest MELVIN: E. RU&iEL4'Superlnlend"nt t $5.00 ,--- .-.-. tL.a.sJJ I II White Pumps Ties, Sandals. FOR SUMMER TRAVELING

ing relatives in Galveston and i the Lighthouse Tender Ivy Mrs. manager of the company in Key Public Instruction. Oxfords, $2.50 and $3.00 we have just received a
Perez and daughter. Miss Mabel West. and ex-officio Secretary of Board Sport Linens, 15 values, on C 1 QQ nice stock of lovely Dresses
other cities in Texas, was a returning c f
passenger on the Havana left this afternoon on the Steam-I.I _._ of Public Instruction.maT23; jnnl-S-lS-22 I vard ?_ m.. m... sale OO'; ------s. 3>l.yO Come in and see them.

Special today. ship Cuba for Havana, MUtanzas During the< pat months the ; I Solid color Piques, All Shoe Reduced MONDAY SPECIALS

and other points on the island. United tates government an- Aggregate resources of stat :j Trevor & Morris yard _._..-_......-__.-..... .. 20c_ Solid Leather Children's Shoesat I 40 inch Flowered Triple Sheer
ntunced that eight' subchasers had banks and trust companies in I Low prices. 200 pairsChildren's Flat Chiffon, yard _... 'Ic
Thomas L. Kelly who left June
J sale (Newest Summer Patterns
Shoes )
on
dispatched to Florida waters l'iew.White Shoes fl f QCT
13:: to accompany Mrs. Kelly to E. W. Gray of the car inspect- been in a fight: to ex North than Carolina increased by more 312'.Simonton. Street pair -.-..-.. ..-._mnn the home in Orange Va., to at- ing forces of the Florida East the first move J61,000,000 between ,llarchj New shipment ,of Dainty New colors yard .. UUh. SOe

tend the funeral services of Mrs.\ Coast RailwaMrs.\ Gray >'and terminate the contraband liquor 5. 1034, and. the' same. "d I 81x90 Peperell Sheets, --98c Wash Frock it Voiles. Dimities Candlewick Sheer Voile all

C. C. Heflin !iPrs. Kelly's mother, children left, oh' the afternoon tredein these waters. Two of and the 1935. i 1 each .-...__. .___.._.00__ ,. Lawns.* beautifully ] colors. yard __ ..on.. 45
West
returned today over the East train yetlterd 'for Miami to*spend vessels ate now at Key I trimmed and well made on 40 inch Heavy Quality Baron-

Coast. Mrs. remained to the week-end "with"relatives and carry' large,armament for their -'''' ----r- --- Zipper Dresses: $1.00 :I sale at ..--,---... .... .. .__ $1.95 ] ette Satin. all colors, yd. S9e
Kelly I ; IO'i: ; "u FIJ rixe. unmolested has been this! each .--., .---. ,--- 40 inch White Batiste, vd. Soc
; Silk Dressesat
business friends. Closing ,out
attend to matters.Mr. LADIES'
t __ L. r jJ} illicit trade Between Cuba Sand the Linen i Shorts, I .mu ,.. '.. .u.. _____,-.u $1.98 UNDERWEARWith

I Florida Ke'S.1" that almost any eachAllOver .._......... .50c T : the new Underwearjust
and Mrs. John A. Bright Miss Frances Mazo. who enjoyed I .Pretty'l received, this departmentis
of' can be purchased I AGAIN Those
left Thursday for Tampa where a delightful vacation aa house grades for $30 a case liquor in any city"in Florida Special Values In Lace for Dresses, the I I Flaxons- and Printed .I more complete than ever be

they'.wiU spend an indefinite stay guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. it said by an officer of $1.00 grade I Voiles, Z5c values, on i] fore. For Monday we offerLadies' :
,
with their and daughter-in- it!. E. Berkowitz at the Marine was 69c Silk Slips uu 9I.OO
son ,
I saleat3
nfl
yard ,
of the vessels. ___per 00"-"- n. I Ladies' Pajamas ..... $1.00
law Mr. and Mrs. John B. Uright.Mrs. hospital. left yesterday afternoonover one I I yardsOne .- .- "u .,_- i I I Ladies'
Dance Sets Jl.OO
I the East Coast for her home Leon- LIVING ROOM ENSEMBLES Mallinson's Printed 95c '- IJULIfl J BATHING SUITS u'
Sisters Mary
Reverend
.. _
Chiffon yard .. .
!
Elma Lightbourn and son. in Gainesville Fla. idas and Mary Sylvius were passengers I table of Printed Flaxons Attractive solid color and

Peter, of Nassau, Bahama Island the Mallory Liner Silk Pongee, I and Percales, yd. IS* and 14c I novelty color combination

are spending a visit of a few weeks I W. H. Lud-f::: the state Comal yesterda on bound for New yard m.__ .....__. ._m-__- 19c 40 inch Colored Organdy, per ': Bathing Suits for misses and
yard .. .... ... 22c .
w omen.Everything
-.UUu.u.u.
here with Mr and Mrs. James H. plant board and Mrs. Ludlam, to Canada where
York and thence Colored Broadcloth. yard !. the .
Store R.
per
Pinder' at their home, 1217 Pe-,'left yesterday afternoon for Miami they will go into the mother house! Gage BarK Mosquito.. .. $1.95 I _-_.-_--....-... -... 10e and 12c dnced for Monday
with
tronia week-end --- -
street.; to spend the of the order of Sisters of the Holy I Pure Silk $1.00 Hosiery pair I -THESTORE -

relatives and friends, and will return in'MontreaL White ... .., S9c and 69e
Names- Fancy Organdy '" ----'---
Mrs. Ernest Hemingway, who tomorrow. nee_window, yard .15c JUST RECEIVED New I OF FASHION

wa visiting at the home of her Funeral services for Captain Chiffon Frocks New Pastel

family in Pigott. Arkansas was a }lr.!. Hattie Bugg sister of Mrs. Rcbert R. Knowles. of the light- I II Batiste Pajamas for Little Organdy Dresses New Bathing I City's Le.di.f Ladies' Store
Girls 4 to 12 Suits Shorts and Slack at low 1. APPELROUTH
returning on 'the Havana Ik years :
passenger in suddenlyat 98c
Special yesterday. Laura Collins who was buried horse service who died k at ___....-----._-..._.-.... prices. -JOE. I
Key West Thursday, and Mr., and the Marine ,hospital yesterday, ,' -

Th-n.;;; I !M\ is. James Collins, son and;daugh- will bw, held 6 o'clock this evening _.
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in
Norberg who was II deceased left 1021 Watson
trr-in-law of ,the from the :borne.
I
Miami for a short business visit, Bug I will be conducted by -
yesterdayafternoonMrs. tct'}' street; Rites U
was a returning' passenger on the I Plant .CitvandMr. ndMrs.. Collins Rev. E. L. Ley of Ley, Memorial I

morning train yesterday. I I to.Miami. I church. .be' I
Consists of Beautiful 4-Piece Fiber Suite, with Boedwinked
T. II. Pittman, manager of the 1 -. ScouU and St.I 't ,
SANCHEZ from Qearwater loose spring-filled cushions, just the thing :
Southern Bell Telephone Telegraph -! DR. J; Petersburg will be guests Friday I 'D01l '

company, and Mrs. Pittman,: night of Jroo4> No. Five, Boy you need for a Living Room--offered now ACCEPTING: IMITATIONS

left yesterday afternoon for a few I'' LEAVING ON TRIPDr. Scouts and Troop No. Four Girl at an unheard of dI A' A A .

days in Miami. at entcrta'nment to be 3)4tU.UU I To ad the ortftnal D.v. 100% Par Pains _
Stouts an ) .
ge *
pnce.- to
sure
: department MADE IN BALTIMORE. f UST'UJII''
given at the lighthouse
Lionel Plummer, disbursing officer -i grounds. One of the features (Terms 60 Days) tFK. look for Davis 100% fun flint ha- ofUj:keD MAlI

at the lighthouse department' J. C. Sanchez will leave of the evening will be a this Labe.iaicacc ,frat never aaplicauj. ::::::...

in Key West and Airs. Plummet tomorrow for Miami where he trip through! the lighthouse.! 6-Piece Suits (T o CT /? Q A : 100% fmn Paint contora with =====

left yesterday afternoon for a few will attend the International Optometry -I I from ., 3)DD.Ol/) ? an pure paint Sews tad if the -'T.... :.=,--
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days in Miami as guests of their Convention and Clinic to UOaptJRE' that Carrie 'a ( arantcc of purity, ==

son, Joseph. be held there next week. He expects THEATERLionel (Terms 90 Days) .
to return Thursday MONROE pATh2:_ Cook for this Guarantee on the Label*

Misses Ruth and Nellie Louise This is expected to be one of Barrymore and Shirley we haw on'-s miibs.ym P .....,.._.._..d--- _
of Mr. and Temple in Al ....- on .... hy m '" MA&irs ... ..iJ eheesb IoaIoft'T.:
Russell daughters the most interesting conventions LONG'S FUME SIORE

Mrs. Howard Russell left yesterday -:I held in Miami as some of the THE LITTLE COLONEL I TEAMS ***** ". lALTOfOSEMQ

afternoon<< for Miami where I most noted scientists and op- Mat a1 Balcony lOc; Orchestra. -
I G. C. ROBERTS Career Carefoe aad Wilam Streets
they will) spend a while with relatives :I I tometrists in the country are 1 IS- Oc; Night lS-25e !1 .

and friends. I I scheduled to attend. -

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