The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00053
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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 28, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00053
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Baby Senator's Political Idol PROPRIETOR OF KEY WEST\ CHAMBER MUSICIAN GROUP 1 Confusion Seen As New Deal's Favorite


Against Him In Seating Fight HOUR,I Chord In Affairs At National Capital

Last night the Key West Cham- guided the trio on the piano The

ber Musician group under the direction rendition of "The Big Brown ... -
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.I'III.4TI"DEUCIOUS 1 of Commodore Matho Bear" a three-part chorus of -

Young: West Virginian A. L. ONERLY SERVED WITH Fridericus von Mietk-Liuba, H. D.V. .- women's" voices appealed especially GROWING OF RUBBER TREES HERE Agitation And Bewilderment -
GRAPESIN \ .. presented an enjoyable) sixth A delightful touch of humor "-
Found Johnson Californian CAPIAS ISSUED IN TENNESSEE
Melody Hour. Itywas a pleasant was added to the program oy this
PARKER GARDEN Inherent In Philo-
FOt ALLEGED JUMPINGOF variation from previous programs, number-"when big brown bears MAY EVEN SURPRISE RESIDENTS
Arrayed On: with only songs many of them, say '.WooI"Miss !
Malaga grapes, larger and BOND quite familiar to an appreciative Dorothy Mayfield Know lei sophies Pertaining: To

Opposition SideBy I decidedly more luscious than audience.In offered "The Garden of Your asked .
f f Somebody the question feet. One in the front of the houseis
those grown ia California, a few welcome words the Heart" by Francis Dore and the do rubber trees grow in Key West beginning to play havoc with Activities

are growing in the garden of A. L. Onerl;, proprietor of a I director of the group expressed the t popular melody "Sylvia by Oley i And continued by saying he meant the brick wall and Sirs Cosgrovesaid

HERBERT PLUMMER Mitt Mollie Parker on South barbecue stand on Division street, hope that next winter he might : Speaks The latter number was it would probably have to be s

Br A__lf4 lor.... street. was arrested last night on a capias I be able to enlarge the musical''! especially well-received Both compositions the real rubber tree, ficus hewed to the ground to save the By BYRON PRICE

WASHINGTON. June 28- Two bunches of the vine'ssecond issued in Knoxville Tenn., whereit body when a number of scientists ;: were well playedA elasti-I wall and sidewalk. Cklf *f Bureau. Tae A._U.v<
ear'* bearing were is alleged Onerly is wanted for may come to Key West. Several very beautiful violin presen- cus.The Citizen: can answer i Captain to Press W...!_(..ITh
West Viri.i.'. "baby" senator seen at the First National jumping a $500 bond. members of their families play I tation was the famous "Angel'sSerenade" that Cosgrove explained word "confusion" alr.ad,
question and direct the The Citizen he had just had the
Bank this morning, taken The capias was brought to Key cello and harp, the commodore by G Braga Miss\ Norma I ',
30-year.old Ruth D. Holt-at last there by Miss Parker who i i. West by Chief Deputy Sheriff S. stated. Yates rendered the composition on questioner to the home of Captainand cistern cleaned. While this was has been worked overtime in Ib.
t going on the men cleaning the
u able to call the desk on the !last secretary to the president P. McKee, who arrived over the Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- the violin and Miss Curry was at lrs. Phillip Cosgrove on cistern found something like] aay.to-day dispatch. from Wa h.ington. .
Wm. R. Porter. highway last evening and went to Liuba openel the presentations as 1 the piano. t Whitehead street where ocular
row im the rear of the seats Miss Parker told The Citi- the barbecue stand with Bernard usual with the Provision Theme I The commodore then played proof is evident at first glance.! : torn.heavy mats of wood at the but there is no other tm

..a> the via had more thana Waite chief depcty in Monroe Song, A Melody in A by Teller. "Silver Threads Among': the Gold"
chamber the democratic .aids There are number of these bot-I which properly ... substitutud.
OB dozen large bunches on it county, who served the capias. This composition seems well suit- by E. E. Rexford and II. P. Danks.In I Investigation showed the ca.

his; own, but he saw owe of his this. year and there was not When the capias was served ed for its purpose of bringing the i the midst of this presentationthe trees in the yard of the home and i were formed by the for it in describing the curr*.t
one unsound grape found in Mr. Onerly told the visiting deputy listeners into the mood of the$; lights flickered out, but the they all came from one little twig roots of the rubber trees growing

idols shattered IB getting there.Almost the entire lot. that he thought this matter hour and here is a suggestion to';haunting, melancholy strains of the about 10 inches high planted justa near the home ed pene- stat of affair at the national

The grape are considerably had been settled. Deputy McKee continue it as the permanent!; number continued through the interlude little more than two decadesago. trated the 14 inches of brick and
cine the tin h* first larger than those grownin replied that it had not been settled theme song. t i of darkners. :This usually concrete walls of the cistern and capitaL ,

became interested ia politics on. California, firm and juicy a The commodore played the first] upsetting occurence added rather .From the first the twig rapidly had become so twined and intertwined A certain amount of agitation

and are declared by those i lie later assured! Mr. Onerly he number on the program. "An der, than detracted from the enjoyment -.,grew and at the end of period,, as to form an almost im

of nil greatest heroes !i. public who have tasted them to be i would be shown every Weser"' (At the River) by Gustav1 of the composition.The I of about eight years. had developed -|I passable barrier on the interior. and bewilderment is inherent inIk

tion in Key West, and Pressel. sentimental immortal "Trees" by Joyce to such sfce: as to threaten! The men were set to work chopping -
life- .has been the ..ily..hair.i.urd.J.itti. much sweeter and with a considera-I a German J I **... deal" philosophies, and
II Knoxville : the equilibrium of the '!I: away the roots most of them
.or. delicate savor than arriving at song comparable to some of our Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach. and front porch.:
., "Hi" Johnson of those of the California deputy would do all possible Mississippi song3lie played it i "Love Sends A Little Gift of In fact it had started to push the i I still interlaced which more than hardly could be avoided. Mr.

variety. I assist him in straightening out the I with his: usual masterful handling.] Roses" by Leslie Cooke and John : porch and roof over to such an filled one of the largest of the
California. In kit campaign for I I FERA trucks sent to Roosevelt has been trying on.
Mrs. extent it remove
Several years ago the late matter. Mary Elizabeth Grillion Opemhaw were sung by Mrs. Morris I was found advisable to

the *.nat the youthful Holt was L, T. Bragassa deputy collector The party from Knoxville con-' Sawyer, organist of 'the First E. Berkowitz vocal soloist of have it cut down. them. experiment after another, and natRrally -
of custom in chargeat sisting of deputy McKee Richard Methodist\ Episcopal Church pre-:the evening. Mrs. Berkowitz could I' From this trees others were setout Do rubber trees grow in Key

fond of quoting the veteran independent Key West ordered some Yoder and Ben Sikin are spending -I rented two lovely numbers. "Gar-' not.have chosen two numbers l and now the grounds have a West? They more than just grow bin advisers often have

the day in Key West and den of EdwardLoc' which suited her voice more number of them as 160
republican senator on cuttings of these vines from expect Happiness" by per t high as they flourish. been uncertain just bow far they
California and presented one to leave, with Mr. Onerly! \.ton and Daniel Wood and the fectly. Both selections were pre- --- -, __. I II. ,

the stump.In I of present them" flourishing to Miss Parker.vine The is over the highway in the morning.I"Robert world-famous Schumann."Slumber Sirs\ Song"Sawyer's by: sion rented and with were, sympathetic received I.............................***.*...........*... wo U find it faasibl to go, or

the controversy plat! has: always much appealed to] applause. Miss\ Alce expreS-1 what any nw "'ay would bring
over I the result of the care and at. STEAMER GATUN[ I
whether he was eligible under tention bestowed on the cutting. the audience. her accompanist. ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS forth.It .
requirements of the Constitution I I The \ .
Miss Parker Misses; Norma Yates violin Mrs. Sawyer gave a
to take his seat after he had attained says. ARRIVES TODAY and*Alce Curry, piano then offer-j interpretation of "The End Of A 1 I : would be extraordinary, indeed

the age of '30. he found,' .IIT.lI"'II.I' ed'"the "Canto amoroso" by GiuJ Perfect Day" by Carrie Jacobs-: Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend i if vast emergency agencies

Johnson arrayed among those t>eppe Sammartini. An old melody Bond. It can truly be said that AAA1 *
Checks and Tax'Bills of Every Individual Nationaland such as NRA and could be
who fought the hardest to keep written about 1730 when this this was her beet number. ;
him out of the senate. ENTERTAIN FOR VESSEL DOCKS AT PORTER country was still a British colony The' eecond last: composition International Problems Inseparable i set up without misunderstandings,

It was a' distasteful role for PIER WITH ELEVEN it reflects beautifully the Italian played was "Narcissus" by Ethel- From Local Welfare missteps, and confusions. Human

Johnson his own admission. and is bert Miss Dorothy Mayfield -------------j I doesn't work that
by pirit of the Nevin. nature just
it "thankless"and ] MRSJttALONEYRELATIVES PASSENGERS a typical piece ._............................ way.
He described\ as a I Rococo period. The Misses Curry n"lesrende it in her I------------------- ------------------.J Making-orer.the United. State. .
"unwelcome" task with all and Yates are an accomplishedteam usual 'accomplished manner Generally speaking industry TVA almost' unlimited powers, has* i sizeaSle ...
'-BiypTeu'ilection5'' ''in favor of the t' and the number was well-" The commodore closed the presentations and business always wish for short. passed the Senate. is now in the I government is a task.

course I do not pursue." GATHER AT HOME Steamship Gatun. of the Stand- received. by a !masterful rendition Congressional sessions. So long as House where it is finding the going i I and the normal 1 expectancy is thatit

Holt took the opposition of his ard Fruit and Steamship company This was followed by "Love'sOld of "Musica\ Proihita" (Forbidden I I rough. Recent disclosures of i I must involve a certain amount
OF DAUGHTER MRS. WILSON the nation's lawmakers are at
hero in good grace however. He arrived this afternono from Phil- Sweet Son by J. L. Molloy Mi\ .sic) by S. Gaitaldon, followedby Comptroller-General McCarl con I of lost motion, and running

apparently bore no feelings of ill'I IN MIAMI adelphia. The ship is consigned to and ."Smilin Through' by Arthur the last tars of the provisional I II I "work to industrial the trend leaders of ,legislation uncertainas cerning irregularities in the ad-}I around in circles.

will toward Johnson or any of the the Porter Dock company. A. Penn. Who does not know and theme son! ?. ministration of TVA affairs is
I must mark time for the most But the existing situation
!I goesfar
others. There are 11 passengers on the love these two melodies! Margaret As the director stated during the causing many representatives to,.I

Record Becoming Problem. Gatun taking advantage of the I Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba played performance atmospheric condi-i part.The hold out against giving the Authority beyond that.
Members of the house seriouslyare I Mrs. Eupremia Maloney was' summer cruises at reasonable rates both with feeling and expression.The .I tions were extremely unfavorable''.I present Congress has business further powers. .1 Work Relief Lags

method whereby entertained at a party given in being': offered by the company. Curry-Yates Trio then sang to piano presentations and to the : leaders worried and perplexed.
considering a I I !! Time and again they have said Regulation of motor buses: This In the1' purely administrative
what has become a terrific,!j Miami this week in honor of her These cruises provide for the trav two numbers "Calm As the : human voice. The air did not ;; administration-backed bill has also
I that the beet thing that could field, .the big thing at the moment :-
burden to them during the present eighty-eighth birthday anniver eller to have about seven hours at Night" by Carl Boehm. and "Th.I 'teem to carry the sound at all. j jHoweyer happen behalf of industrialexpansion pasted the Senate, is now in the!t I .

session-keeping up with the Con. sary. The fallowing account of Key West and a stay of greater Big Brown Bear" by Mana-Zucct i it did not detract ,I' on, would be I I House. It seems to have many I I I is the work! relief program.
gr4ssionalltecord-may be length at Frontera, Mexico, where I I The Trio is composed of the Misses I from the immense enJoyment-_of i for Congress supporters and few unprejudiced !'I Unlike such agencies as NRA
the event which appeared in to-, I t to wind its business and
light'l I the ships of the line go to takeon Alee Curry Soprano; Clara the melody ho--r by the audience![ up go opponents; will probably pass in j and AAA, this venture did nrt
ened.The day's Miami Herald is reproduced' .1 '' home. Up to a few months ago I
daily Record has a' fruit. I Yates Mezzosoprano and Norm1Yates who expressed their appreciation i it I the present form. It will subject ;: come into Seine overnight, withno
problem of real concern during herewith: During the stay in Key West I Alto Miss Cleo Kemp i to the players after the concert I'I'i I seemed possible that this might I buses of the same kind of regulation -,I
the ships are entertained occurbut the outlook has light to guide it. The act
this congress. Repeated attemptsto "Mrs. Euphemia Maloney widow passengers -- - now exerted over the rail
hold it down in size have met of W. C. Maloney. was given; by J. Gerry Curtis, of:i I Ii changed tremendously since then.It roals,by the I. C. C. I creating it was recommended by
It : the work division FERA, and I I! is inevitable that the current: I the President on: January 7, an.I
with no success. averages int a party Wednesday at the home! Charles Taylor, of the I! EXCURSION TO j NEW\ STUDY CLASS session; of Congress will last far. Amendments to the Agricultural
manager I
the neighborhood of 100 pages : I.I.I signed on April 9. Behind its officials
of her son-in-law and daughter, Porter into the summer Adjustment AdministrationAct !
daily. company. I BLD.G.I The Congressional calendar h! : Will shortly eome on the lie two years of lessons in
that Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wilson, Steamer Yoro of the same company -: MIAMI JULY 4 AT SCHOOL !
It has been proposed
a'I ; is due to arrive in port to-! : burdened with a vast amount of. floor of the House for debate, the practical administration of
Record be 1725 N. W. Nineteenth !
digest of the daily pre- street on
morrow from Philadelphia and: t; I unfinished business. Here is how: where they will be passionately both relief and public works.
official transcriptor .
pared from the the occasion of her
i after taking on oil, will proceed tthe, slate stands now. insofar as: advocated and passionately op Summer nevertheless find;, the
birthdayanniversary. Miss Anita Frontera.. : the most important bills are concerned posed. AAA constitutionality is whole problem lagging, with ki-v

Such at the digest time would they be occur.held to Wilson, a daughter of Mr. and I OF $2.50 FOR ROUND TRIP TO PRESIDE I I : I I also an issue. It seems a safe forecast men at loggerheads and officials
a Social Security Legislation: Has: however, that the AA will out in the states plainly be
be delivered to Mrs. 'Wilson, assisted with the I
eight pages arid CLEARE RECEIVESHIS WILL BE OFFERED AT SESSIONThe passed the House is being debated have more batkers: than enemies. wildered. Even the causes of delay -
the members each morning': along event which was attended by I! in the Senate where it is meeting: Liquor control and oil control: are hidden. Almost ever

with their copies of the Record. many members of. the family. COMMISSIONHAS with considerable opposition. Both the Petroleum Administrative day Washington hears new ramon
Each member would be supplied I '" Some Senators feel that it is ill- Board and the Federal Alcohol
his Dahlias and potted plants were Key Westers who are planningto FERA adult education instructor of impending resignations because
with some 500 copies for own combined decorationsfor I I I" advised;;; others, who would normally Commission were largely of friction the higher- <..
and distribution to con- in attractive spend July "in Miami with will be at the High among ep
use creatures of the NRA. When the
back it, fear that it is un i ii )I The effect of all of this on th*
stituents. the rooms. I, NOT TENDERED RESIGNATION relatives and friend::, are being School building between 6 and 8 ;i constitutional' in the light of the ; NRA was thrown out, they lost I II rank and file is obvious.

Patronage Problem Mrs. Maloney ns: a native of Key I offered ::exceptionally low rate p. m. Monday to enroll persons;{i Supreme Court's decision in the, authority and .at present the gov->'j i There are many accompanying:
The supreme court's decision West, where she made her home AS POLICE who would Railway Pension case. eminent has no control wbatno-
like to receive training; i
Ly the Florida East! Coast Rail- I I I : confusions on the administrative
invalidating NRA codes among for many years before coming JUDGE AS YET I in subjects necessary for becoming Banking!': Bill: Passed by the ever over liquor or oiL When the' side. Just what will be done
other things has complicated the here to live with the Wilsons. nay company.Tickets I House is now in Senate committee legislation comes up for debate,: about enforcing the anti-trust

highly-important political business Attending the celebrationwere I can be purchased for the naturalized citizens. i]I where it faces the clinging ,, congressmen will spend many days laws under the new NRA set-up*
of patronage in Washington. Sirs O. R. Bascoin Mr. and I Wednesday These classes are to any i about it unless the administration ,
: trip to Miami to leave open I I criticism of. Senator Glass, founder talking What will out of the rO'f'over
i Judge Allan B. Cleare. Jr.. yesterday :-
Under the skeletonized set-up Mrs. and Jackie : I I alien is than normally
who more
George Maloney received from afternoon, July 3, and are desires to become an i of the Federal Reserve System. the reciprocal trade agr.i .'-
by which NRA now is forced to Maloney;;; Mr. and Mrs. Burton : afternoon American citizen. Text books Every banker in the country successful in putting its views in- th*
mental What does
Tallahassee his commission as until the mornin train on t position
function it has become necessaryto Craig and Joan Craig;;; Mr. and i i i :: large or Email seems to be against to law. I!i
dras I county solicitor for criminal court i i July 5. Thus giving the excursionists -i have been sent from Washington i:I : administration really mean to tab
reduce the personnel MSrs. Elmer Cook, Mr. and Mrs. the bill-they constantly reiterate NRA The National I
of record of Monroe county. from Key West two nights so that instructions to be given -, : Recovery1Act on the proposal to amend the
tically. The employes Richard Curry Jr., Mr. and Sirs I' I that ,jf it the banks of the
passes has been extended until April
I' will be construction to around theNRA
Friday of last week Judge: and one diy ii Miami.I carefully outlined.t i. get
the by I
their jobs in that Jack Maloney Sir and Mrs. Leslie Cleare reeived the oath form from I I The price for the round trip is There will be no charge for in-, country will become political footballs 1. 1936. But the present set-op ,;;.. decision? The list could be
political pull. It was argued Curry and Nell Rose Curry I and may be used further .
;;; f of the Blue Eagle would be hardly .
made the fare which is give to te Time and if permitted.Confusion
under civil Talahassee. He neces- i $2 SO. the same jstructions given. I prolonged space
if they were not put I;11\1!'. and Mrs.\ Charles Swift Patsy the political fortunes of whatever recognizable to its former
be much easier to sary oath in the presence of Notary ( en travelers from Miami to Key 1 places of classes;; will be announce i' WidespreadOn
service it would I and Jean Swift;;; Mr. and Mrs. Administration happens to be in friends. Th codes are gone. The
Public Raymond R. Lord and West on the 'veek-end excursionsfrom ed as soon as enrollment is com- .
I side the
when their work was,, the legislative eon-
dismiss them Harry Peacock;; Air and Mrs. t power. famous-or infamous-section 7-A
the afternoon it was forwarded Miami to Key West and re- pleted. .
done. I I Harry Stringfellow and Patsy same Tallahassee.Just I' t Holding company bill: Was hurriedly is gone. Fines and other penalties' fusion is even more widespreadTwo
to 'I.
The reverse is true. The Mme.I Stringfellow;;; }I.r. and Mrs.\ Hines, when the will tender I trrn. passed by the senate the are eliminated. The present NRA '' weeks ago the understanding -
pressure .that put the employes. Cowart and Edward Cowart, Mr.: I RICHARDSONS TOLEAVETOMORROW other day after resolution, which I asks for voluntary agreements; by ;: was that the pending
into their jobs in the first placeis and lBruce\ Preebles, Shia.j .I hb resignation as municipal judgehe NEW\ PASTOR AND would have changed it to a regulatory industry to keep to its provision. j "new deal" measures would! be
I did not but he -
say may possibly 1
being!': exerted all over again j Josephine Frow Frank Maloney rather than a destructive It is not a low out a resolution amended to make certain of their
make tender the
the at \
when they face dismissal. Mrs. Katherine Knowles Mrs.( council to regular beheld I measure was defeated by a single I without any legal power behind it. ; constitutionality, and passed
meeting of city FAMILY ARRIVE
I Lulu Maloney Mrs. Neddie Pen-1 : vote. It is now in the House interstate .. Its thousands employes still re : speedily to hasten adjournment.

1 der, Mrs. Ella Bartlum. Mr. and]I I Friday July 5. 1 1I commerce committee. Irrespective main on the public payroll. Business :, To the contrary, administration -

SMALL SPONGESALEAT Sirs Luro Kish. Dot and Mickey, --- I.. 1: Mr and Mrs. William Richardson -(i of the committee's set has almost unanimously said i forces in congress now ate

Kish, Sirs Hugo Murphy and Jack| NEW ARRIVAL ATVALDEZ'S Rev. M. L. Smith who was at and daughter Miss Vesta, who port it is certain to meet with agreat I that it will maintain NRA hours insisting on keeping features of

DOCK|I I: Murphy. Dr. Kirby Smith. Mr. and: I the recent Methodist Conference!I i have been the house guests since!: deal of criticism on the and ware provisions, win voluntarily ; these bills which are openly questioned t

[ Mrs. Milton Peacock John. Sally! HOME I' at Orlando and appointed minister! )last Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. floor. It is said that congressmen fight the sweat .shop and by opposition legal authorities .

I[ and Grad Peacock;; Mr. and Sirs I of Ley Memorial church arrived]?J! Ralph B. Finder ct the home. 1502 ;I l t have received more than 1000.II the profiteer. on the point of con-

sale Harry Peacock, Jr., Buddy and v I over the highway last night from South street, are preparing to]I 1000 I letters from voters in opposition stitutionality. Signs of revolt am
Although this was" regular municipal|i}1 Mary Peacock; Louis Johnson.j:I Lake'Butler, and is today occupying I! leave tomorrow afternoon. ;r: to this bilL Further the apparent in both houses. But the
the ,
day" of sponges at and :! Miss Frances Givens De-I|I Announcement has been made th* parsonage. i Mr. Richardson is employed]I II I question of constitutionality is being HABANA.MADRID CLUB I organization drives ahead. '
"wharf scarce
offerings were .
smallest!I.meritt, Miss Isabel Peacock. Robert -;'I of the birth of a daughter on Sun, Rev. Smith is accompanied by i,I with the dyde-Mallory Lines at;' raised against it, following the If the program \ enacted, as
the 1
bidding. was sluggish recorded. Givens, Miss l.:ary Givens day morning to Mr. and Mrs. Man=:, Mrs. Smith and their four children.; Jacksonville, and whenever oppcrtonitjr -;.1 Supreme Court's declaration of TOMORROW NIGHT it probably" win be, the confusion j

ale of the season being i I Jack Givens Mr. and Mrs. _Waldo I uel Valdez Jr.. at their home, 527 He called at The Citizen office offers, he comes with, principle in the NRA case. and uncertainty necessarily will \

number One lot of was smaller sold offerings for $90 and were a;I i I!! Perez )lr. and Mrs. Sam Bowers Bahama street. 'I.today and aid he will preside at!I the family for a visit with relatives !I Enlargement of the powers of DANCECents i be prolonged for months or years

sold total revenue for the day I[ Mr. and MVs. M. Cosner and Mr.! The new arrival has been given I both morning and evening services and friends ia their former j' the This Tennessee bill which Valley would Authority give the: $1.00 Ladies Free!I,until their the final courts verdict.have delivered

amounting to approximately $399. and Mrs. M. Jones. >I the name of Juana Otilin Valdez. at! Ley Memorial oa Sunday..! home ,



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t agaft GOVERNMENTAL IDEALS .i er.and Joseph Cabrera will leave! .eeee..e..O.eeee..eeeee.
ge >lug Cttften .
UNUSUAL. FACTS REVEALED I KEY WEST .IN I I tomorrow evening-for Portland. ], Today In History

Published Dally Except Sunday!By The of r ------ -- 1 I I I..i..e..ee./
younger people Key West
A mammoth
'THE CITIZEN' .PCBLi3UIIG.CO. DAYSGO&EBYHappening parade in which 1
J. //1'. ART.AN?""'I..t should be taught the fundamental l prin- *"Mo fgSpodight" !I there will b. represented all military 'I 1778-Battle of M.mmouth
JOB ALLEN A I.t..t B. l.em. Manager ciples of their government. *No chance ," Here ...Just 10 hare j. organizations ex-service! Court Hou! From The Citizen Botldlnr Ace Today A* Take.From '1 I men's organization! and civic and I "Molly Piuher"
Comer Greene and Ann Streets should be taken that they grow up with- The File Of Tli. tttlsea' fraternal orders will be. the rainfeature
Cad : -
out learning to appreciate the vital factors I I (If Key \t's!! observanceof with
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe, 1815-Comm..lore Decatur
s County. : which formed this union. T OAS t0'Z I1iDUiLfauxt'fwn Another two weeks will seethe] National Defense Day. Satur- American squadron of ni...! ships
I I I I day. July 4. Following the parade -; encored: off shore of \ljterw and I
We are afraid that.native Americans trees and matted undergrowthhhick <
Entered at Key West. Florida, aa aecond class matter there will be a program of
L .r take this for granted. Because have covered the Burbanks Subdivision I patriotic music, vocal and instruI dictated peace ending American
they -! .
FIFTT UXTH TEAR known as MarteHo Towers 1 tnt ut:! to Algiers and Kiviir i- y-
.Member ef.l.e AeaeeUte Pr... been satisfied with their government and subdivision, all cleared away.1 1 I mental at Bayview Park. I 11<:ent for injuries sufftre I by

'The 'Aaaoclated Pren I. exclusively entitled to use because they understand the theories of l J and the initial steps .in the de- ,I I r r.Sncricarr.lA3SDrd.
fvrirepubllcatlon 'Of all news dispatches credited to our governmental system they take it for rie velcpment rTans of the tint big:' Ice wagons of the Thompson Ice
their usual
company were
It er net otherwlae credited In this,paper and a.lwtke .. : :project of Key West will have I I aped 5&. Charle
granted that all youngsters will somehowinheri't ,rounds today. No deliveries hadI
local newa published here.'NATIONAL t I been finished. The tract contain I I been made for the past few days >aihews, 'amed Knjrh-: h comedian
a reverence for, and an understanding 13 1-2 acres and the work was ,
f due to a breakdown in the plant of
EDITORIAL) r started soon after the construction i I
popular it
government as was planned the company. Normal production i 1902-f.cress: provide I ?10:
awarded ,the
contract was
c ASSOCIATION for.this country. I has been resumed according to i I (0 hC 000 to Lay France's ruhu; tj ->
i9ss ; South Florida Contracting and Engineering i
i Norberg Thompson owner. He believes ra"aiiia Las at!
I :
The duties ef : j
a man or a woman as a I company. To Captain
IUBI'CR'IPTION honor J the present output will supply -
RATES be Clark D. Steraru the -
voter should goes;
carefully impressed to I
: upon the demand until compfetion of
.. .
'oD. VearThree. '10. cf the erbdivision and receiving 19U-AsL.ination! 91' Autria's ,.-
i naming I
all. Too often there is the the new unit which will double
Ell Monts., 1.00 a tendency on
i HarduOlbnqht I the prize offered by the Archduke and hi" wif at
.")(onth. J.U part of all l of us to vote carelessly and yet Burbank company for the most'! capacity of the plant. |S raje\o by a Serbian-the eparkwhich
One Month .15 breeds I
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if is to succeed suitable name suggested.! led to the World War
,. our government permanently
Weekly %0 ,
wrt&s_ for cLxj nuujazltus Jean_ Marsh who attfu Editorial comment: It is denied --
ADVERTISING RATES it must rest fundamentally ,upon the that the rich are gl'o'win'g richer
and holds of 3 had i 1919-Pence Treaty signed i l at
Made- known on application. < belief that the average vote will be moved aye Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aronovitzand and the po r'are growing poorer.but .,
V Versailles: Allies and 1 German
SPECIAL NOTICE i V a dog" fudglnq 3-Oct V V'01a NU'ZIf c' son, Sidney will leave shortly no one can deny that the boy's ;
by sound motives-in casting his ballot. Are 1 delegate
All reading notice., cards 'of thanks, resolution. of JLVjfeiy ..> ULccns&t is now known as a. 'for the north and east on a I trousers are ,growing: longer and I +
respect, obituary 'notices, etA, will be charged for at our young people being acquainted with Jfzn.tac.iL'_ wice combined business and pleasuretrip. I the girl's skirts are growing: shorter. -i
the rate of 10 cents a line. this? a : They plan to visit the Catskills i iI KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Notices tor entertainments baWan a conti zLtuatd I
by churches from which Mountains, afterwards they
More is the ideal
-a revenue te to 'be derived are .S. cents a'.line important public bluLr will spend some time in New York I Mr, and Mrs J. H Linn announce HOTEL
The Citlien 111. an open; forum and In.".. diacuaclon official. Those who aspire to office should City and other places of interest the birth of a daughter 4 :i
O'f public issues and subjects of local ereneral y del 1 In the Center of the Business
will : or* understand that they represent the people tea, if ._:c-__ before returning to Key We Interest but it not publish anonymous l communlcatlona. ( and Theater DistrictFirst
I II that their deeds are supposed to be I Tluact dvu.hlu.of I i home, 1122 Fleming street j,
I The local unit of the Florida .
for the interest of the people and that CIa* -Firepr'fS..ibl. -
JGLH Harlaw: Joan Crawford fd Conrad arc,
National Guard Is now reported ain'
IMPROVEMENTS roR'KEY WEST their constant endeavor will be to servethe condition with FUNERAL ,HOME Rate
I worlWcq 4Z&as In Cbluittluaa OtamfiaqIkfofBNQst.r the best of new
ADVOCATED THE CITIZEN public interest as distinguished from members being signed, up daily I Established 49 Year. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI-

their own, or a.group. interest. Very often - -- ----1 preparatory to the proposed sumjrer Key w...'. Oldest
I encampment Thieh will beheld Z4-He A..b.laaee> Service Garage Elevator
1. Water and Sewerage. we have to admit, the professional office } at Penacola. Fla., beginning I Uc.&.e4 Ee..eimer Popular Prices I
holder has not reached this ideal and it is i TODAY'S | fh-' first of Aug. t. Captain Warren Pfce- *>. 13B Hi.; ... CM.W
f |[r WEATHER 1 J
2. Bridges complete Road to Main important that the young people of today J. Watrous., commanding: officer -----
the tenders thank
land. of (company
who will furnish the officials of tomorrow
fo The Citizen, in a letter received r----
3. 'ree Port. should at least be encouraged in -learningof Temperature* |I I WEATHER CONDITIONS today. for the (cooperation given

4. Hotels and Apartments. the ideal. Lowest Highest ...::::.:'..:::::':_...::::._.::::::=89 77:I II I I Pressure Is relatively low in, Battery in arousing"B:. renewed interest We will be pleased to have you consult us about l

# 6. Bathing Pavilion. There will come a time in the history Mean ._ _.. .....................__.-83 throughout moet of the Plains and

6. :Aiip"it.L: : and Sea. of this republic when a public official who Normal Mean ................_.... ....-83:1 j West Gulf Statei. and moderately '. A marriage of much Interest occurring i how you can

.oz, Consolidation of County and City betrays his trust will be denounced with Rainfall 1 1| high over eastern districts. Rain m Key Wet this Wf'f'j is I
Governments more vehemence than a soldier who deserts Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.land I thunderstorms have occurred that of Miss Emma Griffin and j

his comrades in battle. Not only must Normal Tata .Precipitation...... M-h._. ...11.erl Ins.J i i' during the last 24 hours from the Bernard Russell! which will be I Build Buy orRefinance
eevere solemnized this in the ,
..... .. ... _.. evening
his conduct be free from wrongful acts .c If t.6..r..a. Lakes region eastward over the Rev. .. ...
Tomorrow'* Almanac home of the grooms'! parents.
but it m.ust be, like Caesar's, wife, above ', north and middle Atlantic States F.. L. Ley, of Memorial church Your .Home
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN Sun rises h.........._.. lj:4'a.. m. .
suspicion. The breath of scandal that Sun sets .....h.h....._... 7:21 p. m. the amounts being light to mod-, will officiate. The bride will fx

lurks around a man*in public office Moon rises ..... ... ..... 4.23 a. m. erate. There have also been light I II attended by Miss! CorinneGriffinand
WILL always seek the truth and print I itwithout Mocn gets .._......__._ 6 38 p. m.Tomorrow' .I'to I moderate local showers in nortb-I Ruby Russell And the groom'sattendant
occasionally be without cause but more I'' I II will be Carl Russell' and or repair or modernize any type of
fear and without favor never be Tide. ern Florida southern Texas and
; often it is entirely justified.The Corn eh in FIbertson.!
A.M. P.M.high .I' Arkansas. Temperature changes building insured credit
raid to attack 1IIFJ'ong'or to j I on
applaud .right
officials that we have will mea ..u.._. 8 18 9:5& have been
always fight for progress; never be the or- ure up to the stand of public morality thatis Low ....._.__ 1 20 ,8:34 j i I and readings generally are near unimportant or slightly Leaving tonig..l: over the FastCoast *I
will be Arthur
4k faction gan or the class mouthpiece,always of do any its utmost person,-for clique the demanded by the voters. They will Sea Barometer level 30.01.WEATHER 8 a..m. today: j 1 above: normal l throughout thecountry Shepparl Railway, who is. going to Portland I First National 1 Bank of Key West

; or ; never be better apd should be expelled -., !, from the Plain, States : Oregon as delegate from B
public 'welfare'never tole18-; corruption or FORECAST P. O. Elks. 551, to attend the convention
when worse. The voter has not the rightto eutward.'G.
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; 1 S. KENNEDY of the organization: ,to be Approved Mortgage Under the
expect blameless public men when lie is (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) Official in Charge held .tbe"re July 13 to 17. Judge:
combiend'good individual a'ot'gaii-
by always guilty of expecting a little extra Key Wen and Vicinity: ,Partly r-1 cToday's._ Jefferson! B. Browne who is delegate -
ization ...-..........'.. ....e .
; tolerant of others' rights views and consideration for himself or his interests. cloudy tonight; probably toeallt' o. : fro'he state-at-large: \will FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION

opinions print only news that will elevate Horoscope leave tomorrow morning for Miami. j-
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The reform of public life which we hear / // Maitland Adams, Joe Beav ,
and not contaminate the reader; never com about, is certain to begin with the right- / t't'r .>/ .: e.eeeae.ie i S S.. .

promise with principle. This person will be sympathetic -...,.-...-. -. ....-.. ., .. ---., .- ..--. --- ,- .-.- --.--'---
eous and aroused wrath of the electorate. '
'- -, 'and' receptive; there will be a certain .I.I.4T'.I. r..l'IAT .I-
I' -/ amount of the gift of acquisition ........................................... ............. .............,.

Hard times will be over first- 'for those' PRESIDENTS'S FAMILIES I / // 'I and considerable good fortune .. .
\ with, possibly, but little
who put In hard work. .. I"knowledge of how to use wealth.

Some facts regarding the family relations -. ..1P ,; I The impulses are, extravagant to Wait Until The j

of our presidents may be of inter L "ft ) __ excess fond of external show and Why
:Habits are servants of men, or masters 1 "- apt; to be very wasteful. A curb-
est, as they are probably little known to Sh.w.1n .
Partly Cloudy s
; how about your own. 1 ing of this nature will do muchI .
the average reader. How many for example to secure success.
thowers aturday; gentle ea.terJrl]i
could tell off-hand how many :
,Still seeking: the more abundant life I presidents never married? The answer is, Florida: Partly cloudy to Bight; :: Subscribe-to The Citizen.PALACE. I HURRICANEi :

and two cars in every garage. only one, Buchanan.All Saturday local showers. ;i Is

the rest were married and five of Jacksonville: to Florida Straits i j John Wayne in .

This country will never be great' very them married twice Tyler Fillmore Ben- Moderate east winds; wepthec.; PARADISE CANYONAll i :

long if it is to be operated forte: benefit jamin Harrison, Theodore Roosevelt and partly overcast tonight and Satur-i! Star Cast in e r -

of selfish blocs and groups. Wilson. Seven married widows, Washington day.East Gulf: Moderate' as.1 I 'ON;PROBATION | : Is H ce To Build Those l

Jefferson Madison, Jackson Fillmore winds. Matinee:, 10-lSci Nights 15-25c

By1 hard work one can share-the- B. Harrison and .Wilson, the last three tak- | StbrmShutters

wealth and at the same time 'earn it. Seem-' ing widows as their second wives. r| ? ?. -> .....:

ingly' an acceptable slogan would be "No The wives of Jefferson, Jackson Van r

compensation without application." Buren and Arthur died before their hus- k :s

bands became president. Cleveland went 3 ? See OuriSTRUCTO :

into office as a bachelor, but was- married
One does
not have to be an economistto

know that ,added taxation will retard during his first term.Va.hington. Ll

prosperity, and in soaking the rich the \ Madison, Jackson, Polk gl 4, I

-com'es in for and Harding were childless. Tyler was BOARD
proletariat a hammering too. & 1 USE
the father of 14 children seven by each ; 1

of his wives. W. H. Harrison was the '
The Normandfe made a profit of a ITS PURER! : ':
father of 10, Hayes was the father of s I. -

million francs on her maiden voyage. Mostof eight, Jefferson, Taylor and Theodore LASTS LONGER! | It Is Ideal For ,Storm Shutters
came from the pockets of the American -
Roosevelt were the fathers of six each. \ 1 as
traveler. Will some one suggest that I ICE REFRIGERATORS
Two widows of presidents remarried.Mrs. : .
a and Awnings
at least some of this money be returned to j i
Cleveland married T. J. Preston Jr., I Made of all metal-equip
America in part payment of the huge sums!! t
a professor of archeology, in 1913 about I ped with WATER COOLERSThey're IS

owed us? ,five years after her husband's. death.. Mrs. i I 1 t tI

j Benjamin. Harrison. married James Blaine I } Economical 3T ; 'We'also ;have cypress ceiling, lath, hangers-==in

:A New York ,municipal requires the I Walker" Jr., her third husband in 1921 ( I t2 lob Per Cent ,Rirrigeratlon _

impounding of automobiles the same as I when she was 64 years'of age. I 1 Satisfaction : : actanYthingYou: may need to :

stray dogs if left loose on the streets. The .
1 The most unusual circumstances
connected -
of the lain the is I protect yob and yours
object premise to relieve j with the marital relations of any 1

possible traffic janv, but the main
president concerned Andrew Jackson. Believing $30 35
purpose is to squeeze a 5-spot from the 1 and .
that Mrs. Lewis Robards had been -- .

car owner. !I divorced from her husband he married her EASY TERMS-10 DAYS I : ;:: : ...

1 in 1791 only to discover that the decree of FREE TRIAL .

I Senator Hast ing's ,proposition to have 1 divorce had not yet been granted. Later 41p 1 : "Your.hom e is worthy of the estw :
x a $1.06 limit on all railroads for any distance : the decree was issued and Jackson remarried i '

'a S just like a'letter,''\\ould be fine if it'' Mrs. Robards in 1794. r I j ,, INC.- \ .South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i

could be made to work. But just as there I Phone No. B

; & -a deficit in the j postoffice' departments" We maybe wrong; in fact, we are .bone S9B White and Eliza Stmli ':

of millions there will be a 'deficit of' billions II.wrong. verY often .but we don't care. to ..' ..

if this manner of operating the railroads 1. hear.any lecture on the benefits of eating dt .S..sO..eSCC..-...*......*................*..
is adopted. ?I spinach. llldJi/ .UI' yt wynsy. + .lI. III.iIr.itT'

i to \

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ra2 I - DIAMONDBALL i eteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeee MONROE THEATERJames

S WMa Dunn-Mae Clark in


: Joe Morrison-Dixie Lee in

ITYOldfdr: ,::-=. R aq>" h"a "Jnst for-one drink then. Bob. : SPORTS': : : eeeeeeeeeeee... ... ... LOVE IN BLOOM
oM< J>ee e '. vo.ii la *e Matiat: Balcony. JOe| Orcfcestr s
.w.rvp.4i0.1t'i..fata.r.'.- _, Daphne yielded,.gracefully to his > CBy JOVE) ..- 15-20 Night I5-25
Uct O.wpe..a4- O saw Dapkae/<. kiMtef actor arm. "1 really "am tired." : There will be a good game of LOST ; =--.I::
(Iewp .0ra t.vwa.4l1. t1..An ,. But her step was springy enough 1.0: J diamondball at the Bayview Park '<
t ftcrawi, D..._.. an to go*. 'nor aa she walked across the hall and .. BLUE PARASOL, with IlIitiaJs'l I
.OOWMC'C. Aotel <*.'..<..-ncr* ta.w.Sddnp. picked up some letters from the old I tonight when the Busy Beea cross T. B." oh handle, I)
( <
n /
.leae. /:f: 1 1ru: .m. woo oak chest.. __ __ bats with the Lopez Funeral Home June 22, at Monroe Theater.
.*<<*. .y Jk.r..*... JIo ev.r. Reward if 514. RUSSELL'SCIGAR
'HulloT Estimate from tne pape.ihancenr s t ten. returned tQ.
She went on towards theUbl'al'J IBR S niVtDEt ee..e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee..eeeeeieeeeeee.eeee..e j i Margaret street juVi25
Chapter S5 Batteries will be Ward and }[.
with Robert but Alison did MOUND -
DEFEAT"v0U'must not"follow. She and out of her coat DOINGS TilE GOLF LINKS( Acevedo for the Bakers and "Cig-ij: FOR REN1

smoothed back her rain-wet hair I TWIN BILL WITH zrette" Clarence Gates and "Oil"l! '
be m&4"DaphDe"sDouth thinking.: graham for the Embalmers I by

.1 forced Itself Into a smUej Robert came ont I (By GRAVY) The game will start at 8 o'clock', Hour. Day or Week. Repair

her heavy. ..darkened eyelids ell 'rAllson! PHILLIES 'OUTFItINEW I __...:..... .-.:...:.. ......... :,..:.__,. ._______..--._._._:....-.-.-.-.-.--.:. .- .- .- I sharp. |j all m kes.and paint them with -
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.She followed him .obedlenU,. Nn-EnameL We carry a full
hooding th'.eyes leiau'tra. Well, children it looks like that 1 Kerr gave a neat lacing to Mumpsy'Strunk : supply of for
Daphne :was standing with her backto A meeting !has been called for; parts. Agent thej Baseball Returns
"1 wouldn't bail said anything." the fire both "arms outspread YORK 'YANKEES WALLOP -\ "Papa" Russell Kerr had the much ;' and Pious William. All this i ii Sunday morning at the band stand i Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. .

Alison could not keep ter voice along the mantelpiece an expression : better team yesterday since he i i i >on account of Eddie not being! in Bayview Park. All ; And sell them as low as $S.OG

steady "only-well. it seemed so of pained reproach upon her WASHINGTON SENA. had 'a total of 12 ,points wbHe'i' able to get a few more pars and j, who want to enter a club managers in the i i' down! and f 1.00 per week. We By Wire

unfair to fatl er.- face.-Robert'took np a position: _b.- Timotfieu .Pittman had ,but? three.' I(1|I 1 also on account of Doc and Rue Senior League of diamondball are i, Buy and Sell all makes of used -0-

"You've told this story to. roar sld9her: and the girl.-facing them, 'TORS ATHLETICS 'SWAMP It.seems. that the captain on i sell playing a better came. invited to attend. So far there I Bicycles Phone 276. J. R.
father?" It 'was an incredulous felt that she had gone back.to theschoolroom..tothedays '}i BOSTON either side won his! match but:as 'al f I I 'that Russell has also Funn'l'I three clrbs to | Stowers company 615 Dnvali COME IN AND GET THE
RED are willing: enter
rasp. v-hole.the Lilies here 'niore frag-i the pat.f months. A RESULTS OF THE
when .one |i ]' w namely, Lopez Busy Bee and Rec-i Street apr9-tf
"No.,1.Not.et.." She made herseU was.".ent for" py the bead mistress' i ant than the Rosebuds.! Maybe reckoning will be at hand reation The meeting 't MAJOR BASEBALL

brink that out bravely I Daphae t has been teUag} ice what, . you would i like to know about each I I l long' boys ifokey Pokey says! Department PIANO TUNING LEAGUES
will be called 10 o'clock.
-LeVa.iet this straight''Daphne you said." Robert opened harshly; ..15prelal it. The ('Ilae.) team so here .goes: j I when the greens are in shape so I i at J
his red. settas NEW YORK June .-The he -0-
leaned forward both hands gripping wea.ther-wprpjCace.wa can use that putter from 65 PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo

each other tightly- n lIer;, knees."TouHiay if It was made,9! painted metaLs Graves: started out to belt over the ,As usual Sam Harris had to be yards that he will show the boysa I: LEAGUESTANDINGSAMERICAN reno. Excellent piano for sale CIGARS. CIGARETTES:

you saw me kissing Mr. :tidq't pretend to cnderstand what Phillies, but 'after they had won I finished 'and back .to ton before I I thing or two. cheap. 101S Division street. SOFT DRINKS,
Compel has come over you since you got the opening game Of "a doubleheader dark and this rushing business I ] ETCEXCURSION
pact j and TTe, only"this,to. say-I 11 to 1, and apparently: t LEAGUE jun24.1mos s!
'AU ion [ weighed too heavily, Sam's Fred
"Yes"TJesperate on Ayala-and son-in-law
now did Ii were I
feel ashaznei) of yon! From now on, had made some progress toward)'I II Club- W. L. :ct. '

not hesitate."Mr please' remember. I :expect yon to getting: ( out of the cellar, they ran shoulders, so he and 'Handsome core too much opposition Grooms! I New York ....._.... 39 23 .629 ROOMS

dear child, you're*quite show.Daphne the same respect and into difficulties and the Phils Horace were beaten by"the I I and Ike Russell notwithstanding: Cleveland ..-. 34 25 .:;76 "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00.

cracked! :Daphne was almost tolerant. the same obedience that yon would evened up with an 8 to 7 victoryin :" of 3 to'0 and the guys who made the fact that Ike went' out the I' Chicago ... .. .' .... 31 25 .554 $2.50 and $3.00: week.
"1 haven't even seen Gompes have shows mother If she was i the three were Charlie Salas and I j( day before to do a little practice .. _. per
your the 'second contest. Detroit .........._. 34 28 .548 Double 'and Single. 128 N. E.
for two rears!" still allTe .Tbat's all. The Yankees returned to their : Boss Cookie Mesa.\ 'Sam gave !i i in jr. But the fir:?t thing Fred and : Boston _.._.......h... 30 32 .484 4th Street Miami Fla.

""But-but I saw ron!" All! Alison's soft lips curved Into home grounds after a'highly successful -i somebody the ha ha on number Pete know old Ike is going to get I Washington ..--. .--. 28 34 .452 june26lmoxWANTED

Alison had a.sense of complete a queer grim little_ smlTe. ,But ,It western tour and proceeded ''.two on account of t1)em.going i intothe buy and make a 45-46 and thena Philadelphia ...._...n 25 33 .431 4th in

''bewilderment' Daphne's tone bad was no good .protesting: she was to increase their lead by wal pond but just after that Swanky free dinner afterward. I St. Louis __..__._ 18 39 .316 Spend July
been i so ,calm, so utterly certain I defeated. She said In a formal fashion -, !, put one in himself and said -
'Sorely she -couldn't hare, made a "HI remember." loping the Washirgton Senators, there was too much talking going: : Josie Lopez and '"Greek" Price NATIONAL LEAGUE Westers MIAMIt$950
WANTED 3000 tothorQLgbl
mistake She! drew a'slow breath before 15 to 5.Cracking I on anyhow. so he couldn't hit the I ]were too much to handle and so Club- W. L. Pct themselves
three I ,, enjoy on
T"I 400bow what or' whom, you she ad'ded.rIIere'. lust one thing, five home runs, I ball correctly. This is the second we find that Bob Spottswood and New York _u_&_ 41 17 .707
the Fourth, of July. Apply during
saw i ,but It ,.waint me.",Daphne father." of them by the'Boston. Higgins Red time only that. J. K. de F. S. S. 'B.I Samuella Goldsmith have to treat. Pittsburgh! _.._ 38 27 .585 the morning at Souta.B a I
Athletics larruped
stated It with flat conviction. H. S. McP. B. S. E. Harris has had Plenty of birdies were made during St. Louis 36 26 .581 1
I *
tl.was only a few yards off. On thestepsi "'V ELLr Now that he had got oft Sox 14 to' 2, in the first engagement -I to buy 'a free supper but he says the game but it seemed that Chicago: -'-- 33 27 .550 Kappa Pi Club. jun26- ';|

\ could see right tar! his ultimatum he let his If a- of a {four-game series. Manager I he is willing.: when one 'guy got one ther was I Brooklyn 28 31 .475 J WANTED-A chance to bid on:! ammti dmp
'Ustent Alison.?; Daphne's voice sling Indignation bu.t.What else? 'A quartet of home runs by someone else getting: one, too. I Cincinnati __ 26 36 .419 '

was lowland level .now. but there Haven't you said enough Mickey Cothrane, Charley I Tim Pittman took the Honorable This i is sometimes very annoying; I Philadelphia .___ 23 '37 .383 I your next, printing order. They.I On Sale 3rd
j Artman Press. ug7. July
and .
'wan menace In It."I don't know what If s nothing to do with tJI: .L All- Gehringer, Hank Greenberg of this 'city for a partner ask Mr. Price. Boston ..___.____ 19 43 .306 "
rou-thInk 70U'''. playing. You've son was careful not to look at Ervin Fox cave the Detroit Tigersa i Mayor SECOND SHEETS-:-500 for $Oe.

made It pretty clear that ron don'tUke Daphne. It's Just this.I'm not com 9 to :5 decision over .the White': and they put it over on Carry The dinner will.start .romr.tlytonight : The Artman Press ng7 I Limited to return Jely 5th,

me, that rou're Jealous of me ing with yon to Spain.": Sox in the lone game of their} abbreviated Harris and Cupid Melvin' tRusell. at 7:15 o'clock so w on GAMES TODAY I good i. comfortable coaches.
I The first round Tim and.Bill had Leave Key West 5:40p....W.*t.etiay .
far againstthe
leaned back
and that rou'd Jike to..make your Daphne series. Gre'enberg's was time and you still may be able to I ,
tatber.break It off. But If.ron think mantelpiece her head 'Upped his twentieth\ of the 'season, Mule hard sailing but later they hit go to the show. olay.poker!', .or MER-JCAN LEAGUE I July 3ro. arrive Miaamj

-Ton can do,that by 'making.P these back: 'and leaning on the clock: : she Haaj+ homere'd.for the White "Sox.. their stride and when all was over even go home and read the .!v.mingI Chicago at Cleveland. PRINTmG-Quaftt> Printing! .at ,. 10:20 p. am. RetmruJaif leave

'malicious quite Impossible stories did not speak yet her half-closed: The,""summaries. Malone and Pittman had two papers. The last tini-j a :small Detroit at St. Louis.: the Lowest Prices. The Art- Miami 7.20 a- ... Friday, Jmly

=welt .jou're mistaken! eyes were on Robert gazing at him NATIONAL LEAGUE points'and the Harris-Russell team I crowd was in evidence bai a,go
,:-It' was' you! You were wearing I almost as If she was compelling him l;tit Dime had but one. Mr. Pittman admits time was had by AIL This! week I I m. A 312-mile train trip for

that nary dress with red.on m-! by wilL At Boston R. H. El: i he is a good captain because) 'for I there will be no arfnmen on the NATIONAL LEAGUE -ibO printed- oaly Sz.so.-la..Pft' than dn.lag. .-

,. "Bolstering one tale with another But Robert needed no compulsion Philadelphia 1 5 :2';, the last three months he has had relative merits of being; a Georgia Iittsburgh at Chicago. cards |1.25. The Artman .
doesn't' help There was grate reproof "You're not My good child, you'll ._. 0''! a free meal every time but hewon't Press aug7 J. H. COSTAR AceatRAILWAY
Boston ___ 11 13 ; I. cracker or 'a Nassanvian! ger tit- St. Louis rt Cincinnati.:
now In Daphne's flexible voice. do exactly what you're told! You j be captain forever and to
Batteries: E. Moore Prim Jor-|I man. New 'York at Brooklyn..
"If lOU think you're going to 70urfaher seem to Imagine that because you've had< better be saving his nickels
; he : TYPEWRITING pApER 600
left school gens and Todd; Brandt and Hogan. Philadelphia: at Boston. .-.. !. e
with this yon're at liberty to.be
story, you're not
and dimes. the semi- sheets, 75e. The Artman Press.
Next week wilbrin.! *
Fm-going to tell him myself. aa thoroughly objectionable and disobedient "
'Yon kissed that man. ,And i tl'ie'i as yon choose! Well,you're annual election of offic-jri, appointment At the age of 15. Claud Phillips aug7OLD
In love with him.'1-saw yon looting wrong! And It'a high time that yon 'j'jI Second Game :7 I 'Willie Kemp was :also :happy .of new ,captains) and a grocer's son of Paddington, England

nit him Jait now." She was clinging I learnt to behave yourself! You leave I At Boston R. IT. E. : yesterday. because he and Russell other}; business ,to comp before the is a brilliant organist. PAPERS FOR SALE-Tw.

lathe oae fact In this sea of words. Victoria with us at.two 'o'clock to Philadelphia 8 15 1 ,I 7 meeting which will be 'In"podI's bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of

"Perhaps ron would like to know morrow and that's that!" Boston, ..... _, ._ _-._- 7 15 3: ,LEGALS: dsy. Subscribe to The Citizen. fice. oct6,

,that 1 spent the entire afternoon the "Yon can't make me!" Alison's Batteries: Bivin $owman. Davis I r: ---,.
day before yesterday at my 'dres.maker's hands clenched but she did not raise and Wilson; Brown Smith and 1N THK.COCNTT acnnm.COURT]I ti J

and that 1 had a friend with her voice. Spohrer, Hogan._ I l\- A""n FOR PRORATE MOXHOB ("ot'. .T1".
iue there who 'can Touch for the ."Can't IT What do yon propose to I In FLORIDA.r. .. ..tate.of -
fact!" live our Robert snapped back heat j Only games 'sch'e'dnled. FANNiE GROSSMAN. '

Alison shrngge'd 'her' shoulders but edly. "D'you Imagine yon can earn -TO CREDITORS Deceased.NOTICE I IWho Ir

she did not answer. Daphne breath your own !living! Don't be such a I AMERICAN LEAGUE To all creditors and All persons bayIsg FIRMS

tug hard said bitterly.I "Don'tyou little fool!" 1 At New York R. IT. E. claims or demands against .
aid Estate: -
think you might apologise Tm not being a foot" She .was Washington _._._ 5 14 2 You and each of you are hereby

"Apologlie for what?" Robert very quiet now."1 don't want to hurt New York ..._._._._15 '1.9 0 notified and required to present
had come Into the box behind them yon and I don't want to be beastly ) I any claim and demands which you.
Batteries Burke Linke, Bean. ,
: or either of>you, may bare againstthe
and was looking from one angry but 1 mean It-I'd rather work as a Krees and Bolton; Ruffing and I Estate .or Fannie Grossman deceased Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
face to the other. "What's wrongs servant than go with her to Spain!" late of Monroe County Florida
Dickey, Jorgens. to the Honorable Hugh Conn
Daphne moved suddenly. Her
1 should
ask AlllonDapbne

shot a spiteful look at ber. arms dropped and she moved for. At Philadelphia R. II. F.I I County Florida.at Judge his of office Monroe in the County County ___ __ n _< ... ___
'"Whatr Robert was frowningnow. ward. She did not look at Alison. Courthouse in Monroe County Florida
She said negligently, "Yknow.Bob. Boston .._. 242 within eight calendar months
rm afraid that 1 I'm Philadelphia _.__14 15 2 from the date of the first demands publication I AMERICAN COFFEE
"Xothtng.. said Alison. was right hereof. Said claims or ROSES
Batteries FerreTI H. 'Johnson I < and contain the JOHN PARK '
"That won't do!" Daphnes tone going now but 1 really do advise you : hall be n writing THIS SPA CI :
place of residence and post office!! e
Marcum and Now Offered in3 Grades
and R. FerreH. Berg
cut tike a knife."You'd better repeat I to think over my suggestion. Such ; address -of the claimant and shall t I '
to your father what you said to me.I ." things do happen and-well it's not I Richards.At be sworn to by the claimant hla'ag..nt FLORAL PIECES: A
normal is U?" J'I or attorney. 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR.. ItJ 25cI
thought Daphne was-was In All uch claims and demands not 1 I .
tore with someone that's all" She "You meant He looked so startled Chicago R. ,.no K. filed within the time and in the LARGOIb. 1ac; SPECIALTY 12lnaertions
9 13 21 I I manner prescribed herein shall be ... .
mumbled the words uncomfortably. that Alison could barely restrain Dertoit r i. h V. & S.,. Ib 15c.

"I 1 thought I saw her kiss him. 'And herself from breaking In tb Chicago ...._.....__ %561% I void.Dated the 7th day of June, A. D. P L U M BIN G
-well, I was mistaken!" ask what they meant His eyes' Batteries: Crowder Rowe and 1[ 1915. Buy It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES

veered to the' 1rl with expression- Cochrane; Kennedy Fischer. HESTER ''ALPERT, PARK.. .NEEGROSSMAN Grocery Store --. r PER M 0 NTH
SHE.heard- him catch: .his:breath of extreme anxiety And alarm. Jones and Shea SewelL I As' Administratrix- ? of the' Estate of J'

'. hand.go oat and "Tea. Daphne picked up her bag I WILLIAM Fannie Grossman V. ALBURY deceased. DURO PUMPS Roasted in Key .West by S OUTH FLORIDA :
bis close and coat "1 can give name
on It.a yon the Cleveland-St. Louis I, riot sched Attorney for Admlllilltratris.I .
think We'd better leave this tm of a very good maid." 4 uled.eeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Jun7-14-I128 PLUMBING S1AR.CUFFEE: ( MILL .
we get home" be said with decision. &lYIUlIed.'A1l1ioD looked from one r I t '
Far better." agreed Daphne;; abe to the other: they were grave almost IX THECIRCVIT.COVRT. CIBCC1T OF TBE.TWEXTIETHJCDlCIAt. 512 Greene Street.' .- $3.00'

win leaning forward on both arms solemn OF TUB 5TtTE-OF. FLORIDA, PHONE 348 'Phone 256

the light from the stage fell on her ""Alison my dear, her father was Today's I IN .AXD.FORtJIOXROE COCXTT.IX .. ,.,, 1 __........ ... __'. p_ ..... ._'PHONE. .. "S97- .._ '''_ .. __ .
face and she was looking'down,witha very gentle now., "My dear little Jesse U Alley and Florence

slight smile at the end seat of the thing you muscat let your Imagination .Anniyersarieseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ,H. Alley, his wife. -
third row of stalls. b run wild like.this. 1 think .. .. Plaintiffs. HAPPY DAYS ARE HEREJewri'
I Fereel.s.re..ef Lieu ., SELECT SEA FOODSREA -
Alison said nothing. She had perhaps Daphne Is right A complete vs. 'Tax Sale Certificates. INS ''IlK N'C E

tailed. rest-an absolute rest-the mountain 1712--Jean Jacques .Rouss 'au, t Canton Lumber Company, a THE KEY WEST
They drove back In complete 'sience .- alrtl do you good. Well have a Swiss-French philosopher-writer I corporation: organized and a. Z tbi..r.-- 35e
the laws ef the
\ from the theatre the girl and word with the doctor before we leave among the great of his genera- I State existingunder of Florida and Mary E. Yellowtail Steals Z lb. 3Sc .. Of6eet 319 Dna1 Street

)lrL Semen sitting! together with tomorrow." I tion, whose work bore fruit in the Heston. a widow, Defendants. Yellowtail o. Bo.., Z 1b..2Sc
Robert opposite. Alison was ..t&rIncat him with, French Revolution born. Died i ORDER OP PUBLICATION .' ,
There would he another row. ol I wide horrified eyes. .July 2, 1778. I It appearing from the sworn .j Grouper, Z lbs. Z5c TELEPHONE NO.1
course* when they got back. Alison I "Yon-you mean yon think rm 'ef complaint IB the above>> S.app.r Z Ibs. ZSc .

"'realised wearily.It would be no good, mad?" she gasped cause Mary E.that Heston.plaiatlffs.a widow believe, one c/ Matto. Fish. Z Ibo. Z5c SbscptwnFRESH '#i2 Per Year k_. ',
frying to make ber falter- under-: "Ko. nor! he cried, shocked. "Of I 1742-.James Robertson, Tennessee the defendants in the above styled THE=; Try Yr Meals AI

'stand that she had seen Daphne unmistakably. I coarse 1 don't But girls or: your ate pioneer born in Virginia. country cause is other a resident than the of a State State ef er 'SHRIMP Key West'sPaper SWiday .. .

.She must let things taketheir -well, they're apt to get worked Died Sept 1, 1814. Florida, namely, the State of New bilmorueo Restaurant
course. I up and excitable. Well have three I Jersey, and that the residence efthe FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER;.AIl N.
On the steps of the house Daphne weeks-a month. It: necessary of said defendant:a Mary E. Heston.I Iplaiatlffs I I Busillesi Office Citizen I 'd.el..r Boor _____ 15.
Is known to said
hesitated : realholiday. Daphne get hold,of';, 1803--Jason* Lee, New England as particularly Is No.as 329 South'' Cllaton LOWE FISH :COMPANY 'Buildiax COMPANY Sia Co.P" Di..ra, ---
-I think rd better get off home." a maid for you and yon shall do Methodist missionary and Oregon Avenue City of TreDtoa?State of
'Died New Jersey, and that thue... ,no PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -------- suer 7Sc. aM use
See let a tactful look accompany the nothing Just rest and then" weTl all pioneer born In Vermont J person in the State of'Florida the -, ,_. '.... ...... ......1 ','N ,. ,,", .,. __, .
words. be. _
be as happy as can there. March 12. 1845. J service of subpoena! upon whom
"NOD 'eul.-! Robert said fussily. (ConrigM,liS4.Jr. ly*X."lMa, would bind said /defendant. Mary f
I: Heston..Further.that said plaintiffs '
"Of course you must come In for amoment. tlMo 1831-J"osebJehin. world believe, that the are of the AARON MctONNELL' Our b : '' .
Tomorrow Alison ascrapof Reputation Wrap' IrcHAI )
." famed Hungarian violinist born.'said defendant. Mary_E. Heston. <
M tr. us FIe_;.. Str1
---- .- Died Aug. 15, 1907. I over. It U.twenty-one therefore years ordered that,)Lary pod in eTel7 package JENNIE'B. DE BOER
E. Heston, a widow one of the defendants I 'F' 'N R L _

chief Georgia's Warm Springs 1835--John Young Brown, Kentucky Jit the above styled <'&u_ of
she la hereby to
be and .required appear -
Today's. Birthdays 1 Foundation born at Lincohston lawyer congressman and' to the bill,of complaint la said I n

.. ... N. 'c., 61 years ago born in Hardin Co., Ky. cause .Monday, the lit day oft I pl! w.teJa PRINTING DIpI' S.tMtJc -
governor ..
.i .lalls-A. $ .. .. he 11e-
..................C..... DoctN
Died 'Jan. 11,_ 1904. Katioas of _aid bUl will.be- taken, Cftrteq,
Dr. Alexis Carrell. member of I a* confessed by: said defendant. r DONE BY US
President Harold W. Dobbs.of It Is further ordered that this order NOTARY PUBLIC
the Rockefeller Institute for Medical 1844-John Boyle : be published once a week for
ReseaTch Nobel prizewinner Princeton, born at Utica, N. Y., Irish nationalist, Boston 'o.ReUY'1 four cos Men tire weeks la The K y t tWe.t WATCHMAKER, EWELE -THE- LICENSED :JIKBAL1rERAATMAN
46 Citlsen./ a newspaper pub-(
born in France, 62 years ago, 1 years ago. tor and writer, born in Ushed -Monroe .cStat.. ef. AND ENGRAVER ,
Died Boston Aug. 1390. Florida..Dated. ahla.-'Somce -
near ,
Otis Skinner famed :actor born I I this list day ef May A.. D. See Him For Your Next Work PRESS
Mabel II. Urner (Mrs. Lathrop ,il3L ALL PRICES REDUCED
at Cambridge Mass.. 77 years ago. ,I C. Harper). of New -York, author, 1861-William E. Barton not (Circuit,Court Seal) SAWYER' I Citizen Bldg.. LADY ATTENDANT
Cincinnati 54 ed Congregational clergyman of ROSS C Il..rsr t. 12-1 ee i Cit1Zen OIfi
Arthud M. Howe born in years ago. Clerk Circuit Court.Twentieth- -
itor-emerit.1 I Boston Oak Park;, Ill. and PHONE 51 -
<,1a1.CJrl ( Florida, la And for -
us of the Brooklyn. I 1 I vin,Tenn., famed as an Nash-I! Monroe County.WILLIAM .. Op.w 'Sat.rd.y Niilea P1. a.4a HftW:

born in. Canada, 68 years ago. I Floyd D>1J} ofl4ew York,:jUUtor! l Gn ''Lincoln boro it Su1>> | Solicitor..V.for ALBURr Plaiatlffa, t . .___._ ...- ,..._',' ..,._..... ...... 1._ _
Dr. >MiciaelIob\ surgeon-in- : Died In Sew York l5ec. 7. maysl:4 sal-14.11ii

ears-ago. ,

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,.................................................' 'aid to be ideal for making storm and I

:-: SOCIETY :-: Weather George Is Rector Hot, Give Says Me, "When Iced Coffee.the IAt( The Stores]| shutters.This company advises its cus-I i CUBA 176 BRINGS IN 1 I for freight.Steam Tampa hip with Ozark 45 passengers of the Clyde-

tomers to make advance prepara-, PASSENGERSiSteamship : Mallory Lines, is _ue to arrive this

........... ..................................... MT .. tions and not wait until the hurl I afternoon front New Orleans, en.
l route to Miami and Jackconnlle.MALARIA
'I ricane season is at hand. Structo I' Cuba, of the P. and
Board Members
Plant I SALE ON SHOES Board is the popular material for'' checks
Y f 'fiy' There will be a special sale onLadies' O. S. S. company, returned >es-

Enjoy Fish Fry Last Night I 41 sc a s .tq Fashion Shoes on Saturday at The and Store Monday of,I storm shutters and awnings. I 1 tel class day passenger from lla-:ana', three with 133 second first 6 6 6

Sixteenearold in 3 daysCOLDS;
Helen Melo of class for Key West; 35 first smd
A of shoes for I
Members of the State Plant sey. L. S. Light: Mr. and Mrs.!, s 'Lv 9.A occasion large group are being marked at every a I Oroville, Calif, who averaged 154'' five second for Tampa. Of the !

Board stationed in Key West, and Ross Lindner and children, O. D., low words per minute for one hour be-)I i 176 passengers there were 99 1' Iiqui4T.Ik1r'
special price.
their families fish lievcs she is the world's unofficialfastest aliens. |I II Is.l.I I first day.
a fry
Link and son. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. In one of the show windows of I 'I -N...B?,.
last evening at the old seaplane typist 1 I The \essel sailed at 6:30 o'clock TONICS LAXATIVE
Ludlam Raymond Lyle, Mr. and this store there is a representa-
base Trumbo Island.
on of the shoes offered in
Among those present were the Mrs. H. S. McClanahan and I tirej group I
this sale. Every shoe in the win-
following daughters, Stanley lr
George Baker and daughters Mrs. Wm. Millington, MUl1en'l dow is marked at one price. I I'Do

Mr. and Mrs. 'George Barcus and Mrs. Ralph Milner Ted MorrilC,1
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bell and Mr. and)1.... John Sealey FIRESTONE TIRESPaul's ft be f/o'ydwinlled

children ) \-. and Mrs. J. F. I daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. R. ( 1 1a I Tire Shop is sponsoringan ,; ; .

Cooper and son, Reginald Hart I Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. 3 advertising campaign to acquaint -

and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ,,Stokes and son, Mr. and Mrs. I every car ownef in the city ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
Winter and children, the advantages of equipping their
Henderson and son, Mr. and Kenneth
I To Kt the ertguul Dav 100 Par Paint
automobiles with Firestone tires.Today's
Mrs. Helseth and chil- John Winter.
George Be Sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.o
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hume I Henry Cruz and Jim. Herring ': advertising contains a itTISTitAY
look for Davis 100% Pun Paint ha often been taaotr
and J- W. Kea and assisted in the of the lesson on safety and es- -
daughter, preparation "c "w
::: :
never 1.pbcate&r' : :..
mother, Francis Kea, Walter Ker fish for the occasion.Enjoyable I By Sarah Black well To give emphasis to his choice, pecially features the importance this Label Davit*'100% Pure Paint conform with --==-
tires before
he set about to make me a glassof lof having inspected | -
1 all paint Lawi_ and it the : =-=
-- George Rector says pare only paint : :
WHEN iced coffee. And was it delicious making the 4th of July trip.
is it leaves that carries of purjtjsf ='ww:
good no his method "A fuannte
T So I asked him %
. Party Last Night-- good room food for doubt are linked for his in the name mindsof and and here it is: PREPARE FOR STORMS PAINT Cook? or this Guarantee on.,the Label f. .:

all fine cooks. "Icing is the severest test you
At Hall American Legion So I think you will be interestedin can give coffee," he said, "so you South Florida Contracting and w.ba._.__with. any ether PMM.....f_vrT.f mmm.....**...... d.dltlf
Engineering Company is intro- A8 ........ ... .... .
a conversation I,had with him want to start with coffee that is w t b m* <1 BthnBors and aM thmfb Dulcn nljr.THE1LRDAVIS .
-- on the subject of cool, refreshing freshly roasted and ground ducing a new material which is Ca &-M W I8NI TDORENII'G.C.R
An enjoyable party was given Salgado, Vilna M. Alfonso Mary\ beverages for summer. exactly right for your method of

at\\the American Legion Hall last June Crusoe, Mildred Saunders, "All people and all nations have making. If you use a pot,it shouldbe B Corner Caroline and William Streets t
night in honor of Frank Stickneyby their favorite beverages, he said: coarse. For a percolator a
Carmen fierce Louis Gwynn "and these they drink,not because medium grind is bert. And for
his fellow, members of the Sanchez. they are thirsty necessarily: but drip,it must be fine. No one grind JULY
Young Boys Social Club. Music i Georgina for sociability's sake. Most of the you know can possibly! make good -- -- ---- -- -

was furnished by Bob's Or- : Chaperones: Mrs. Berardo Rodriguez wit and wisdom of the world has: coffee by all three methods. Then
chestra. i and Mrs. A. J. Bethen- been said when civilized brings make your coffee dcuble strength.
were gathered before_ cups or Poor it freshly made hot and
Those present were: court. CLEARANCE LET
I glasses. double strength over the ice in
Grace Perez, Gwynette Thompson George Lee, Joe Watkins, "Cups are all right" he comtin- your glasses and serve with'sugar, THd
,. Ruth Rose Thompson, Clara-I Charles Munro\ ,, Harry Roberts, ned "while the weather: is coo), milk or cream to taste. A combination -

bell Cerezo, Mellie May Albury,! Clyde Stickney, 'Frank Stickney, but when it grows hot give ne n of whipped and plain I
Rebecca Waite Olga Kemp, Lois}I Frank Spencer, Manuel Lopez, glass! and in" the glass let there bs cream' is usually preferred-andthat' SALE YOURBEFORE
iced coffee. *the I served
way you yours.
Milord, Barbara Thompson, Margaret Hillary Albury Gilbert Weech,

Bemal, Ada Rodriguez Evelio Rueda, Arsenio Bethen-
Antonio Bethencourt, Mario I you start on your holiday trip, -Recent lents by a leading University how hit
Florence Smith, Barbara I eourt
I ing and offers men and boys of Firestone High Speed Non-Skid Tire 15
stop a car %
Celina Bethencourt Florence Dil- Garcia, George Del Pino, Joe MANY BARGAINS Sale Starts Saturday completely Inspect your car.There qulbrthan other of the leading nuke
lon, Helen Curry. Helen Porter,1 I Alvoro Diaz Antonio Lopez, this city a fine opportunity to save is no charge for this service and it will any
I: Anthony Kelly, on nationally advertised merchan- assure of a safer and more enjoyable trip. For eight: consecutive: yean Firestone Tire have
Barbara Guerro. Edna Mae Saunders George Sawyer, AT \ June 2 9MEN'S you been on the winning car in the dangerous Pike'*

Louise Pritchard, Anita Romerio Rodriguez., LEWINSKY'Si, dise. For the convenience and safety of car Peak Race where a skid mean death.

----- i Many of the sale items have TROPICAL owners Firestone has established more than
-- "
i i been marked at almost half their SUITS I 500 Auto Supply and Service Stores through 2 Are they blowout-Moo f?
DanceAt Glancing over the list of sale'' regular Firestone Gum-Dipped Tire have the mod
Needlecraft Arrange original prices as in the case of out the country, and thousands of Firestone
I $19.75, $17.50 and $12.50, f fat amazing records for being blowout-proof of tires
items published today in the advertisement men's tropical orsted suits and a Dealers are also equipped with complete any
Club l M tbNeedlecraft Local ClubHabanaMadrid ever built. In the gruelling SCO-Mile Race at Indian'polls.
for Lewinsky's Men's! special lot of W. L. Douglas shoes. Auto Supplies and complete Service; May 3Oth. every one of the 33 can was

Club 'will Shop announcing the beginning of'I, $10.00 II Departments to test and service your tires equipped with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires.Not one
Club of the
Py- M the 33 driven had tire trouble of any kind.
night the July Clearance Sale convinces j brakes batteries, spark plugs, in addition
its regular
h1'.n Sisters met yesterday after. sor and crank service. Ab Jenkins' :drove his 5,000 pound carom Firestone
that these than to lubrication case
at the one are more power
evening salt
dance tomorrow GABARDINE SUITS Gum-Dipped Tires over the hot beds of Utah
>n at the home of Mrs. Law- ordinary reductions usually made 1Z7.2 miles i hour with
usual hour. SATURDAY MONDAY $29.50 value, on sale- AV 0 I D THE DANGER 3,000 highs utper
jce Higgs, Jr. Early afternoonis Music\ for the affair will be in'li sale of this kind. temperaturesmiles as IZOO. > trouble of

spent sewing and doing em- furnished by the Habana-Madrid This sale starts tomorrow $19.75LINEN OF BLOWOUTSFirestone any kind.

roidery work after which delicious Orchestra.C. "Jark..seUI-'a ....".II.c 'morn-I SHOE SALERegular removes the danger of blowouts 3 "Without sacrificing these two

refreshments were senred. THE SEMINOLE by preventing their main cause-internal fmjjortant! safety features will they give!
Cr Brown Miss Anna Whit- SUITS, $9.75 me longer mileage, thus making them the
Those who enjoyed the after. value and double friction and heat. This is accomplished by "
marsh and the hostess.At -f $2.95 and $3.50 single most economical tires I can buy?
noon were Mesdames Arnold Key, the 'conclusion of the after- Gum-Dipping.
SHOES drastically ,re- Firestone High Speed Tires not only give you
George Knowles, Jr., William nion's activities it was unanimously $o" "' breasted$7.50 THERE ARE THREE QUESTIONS AND more than SO%longer wear, but also lowest cost feer
Sands, Constance McDonald, decided to meet next week at. m I .\;' I II duced ANSWERS THAT WILL SOLVE YOUR mile.In r unequaled mileage records of thousands
Corinne Jerman, Leland Sawyer, the home of Mrs. C. ,C. Brown.PERSONAL I .:: of car owners add undisputed evidence of the longer
\; $1.95 PROBLEM OF WHAT TIRES TO BUYi1"Will wear. and greater economy of Firestone High Speed
_;J,;;;: A fine lot of SUMMER Tires.

... ... PANTS, on sale$1.95- .the tread give me the greatest Equip your car with a set of Firestone Gum-Dipped
. I a pair and protection against Nom-SkldTire.thewfesttire. ever built and avoid
MENTION skidding?" the danger of skidding and blowouu.tElTun .
Every SHOE in our win-

.........................I..'............. ....... JarkMB. *III... FloridaC1I4H. I dow to go at this
n. GRINEK. ManagerA
of the Attorney J. Lancelot Lester, Lot of fine WORSTED
Win. r. Porter, president I human hom--1ike' I institution low price University tats
First National Bank, who was in I who was attending a conferencein where >on wilt find. F..r Individual I PANTS, $5.95 value on 1 How Firestone High r t ,
I _. .... 1 Tires
business > Jacksonville returned the 'ar. .trrtat..t a lust- Speed slop cor
Miami several days on on
tee of great Importance. 15 to 25%quick*
returned yesterday. Havana Special yesterday.Otis 1 8ale$3.95
A .Cn'1 firefr..f b.tldl.e lae.ted
tke heart al the elty II
Ed Neff was an arrival yester- Spencer prominent in the Oxford*-Pumps-Ties Gvw-Dipp.d cords
day from Islamorada for treatmentof I Every Room with Combination Tub; Form Fitting ,SHIRTS, 2 give greats blowout
business life of Coral Gables wasa and Shower Itath. radio Electric'' '
SandalaLinensTHE I protection.Gvm-Dippm9 1
an infected hand and will prob-+I visitor in Key West yesterdayand Ceiling; Fan Slat Door for Summer) $1.95 and $1.50 values, it not used in dher tires.
remain here for while. Comfortable Beds withMattrrssea
ably a Ventilation
was the guest of his brother,I I
I all for-
of Inner Spring; Construction -
II I George Spencer and son-in-law I and Individual Read -
W. L. Bates, Dr., Win. R. War and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James ing Lamps. 1.39 I

ren and Sabastian Cabrera Jr.,' Higgs, at the home on Petronia I RATES Slash.i! STORE OF FASHIONCity's Wider,Batter tread s565 3605 S 55O s405 I

who were attending the Conven-:I street. He returned to his home! 78 n.._.. Private Rath _-",_ .::..MIHSJ : Ladies' Store I gives
tion of International Rotary in on the afternoon train. I HoejH*. Private Stalk m'___ 2Jte4e Leading OTIS UNDERSHIRTS.No 1 ee9 canon-skidwq
It_... Private Rash __ ._ a.e'
Mexico City, Mexico, returned yes- I. APPELROUTH 3 for-
.. .. .. seconds
34 !! Private Rath 3JHI
-- 1111111lIVE
terday. HaMple ...'. PrlTate Rath 4.5
Chief. Engineer Harry Perez of SLIGHT INillKAlK FOR UOIDLC: 1 i $1.00Half TTPt49W 4 54tMd c.ets.. SL.al.M1SnNEt .
the Lighthouse Tender Ivy, Mrs.\ OCCUrA.CT ; tI4aIlaf.. lS I
Miss Eulalie Matthews
their daughter, Miss\ Fq..l.rsop wt saym. 4.1 ..di.r
; Matthews, teacher in Perez and --- .. bead a. I
of 45 I. s.- s.5t..1... __ .... _
Monroe schools, who was Mabel, who were enjoying a vacation Sleeve UNDER- ...11... i'h.a fat as di.- '
returning pas- HIGH SPIED (:r.d..s.fw.r erib.e.r..d tloa ....e, at. 1 14.Sa20 !
in Cuba were
attending summer school at SHIRTS, 3 for- ......... Ii_r.at.d.Ettwt I. a.,
Gainesville was taken ill and was sengers on the Steamship Cuba STEAMSHIP Co. TYPE .....1... ., ea. .....f.sir.. la this wy tee ...... ;1
i from Havana yesterday P & O. $1.00BROADCLOTH Maas. ......w eyr.e s Sa w 5f
her studies and
forcel to leave return UNITED STATES FAST c tew-4a ..a.f et..r. asr..tw. It
arriving yesterday.
MAIL ROUTES FOR Made with the highest 4 e sl e7 f. ss-11 se.ef Lst :I e... ., a .s
J. Blackenship, of Havana /.7s-11 7.7f sae 11 7.f! 17at1 ..M. 1 7{
t Bishop SHORTS, grade of rubber and cotton. Los..ly as. s H asst szs Ef 7 LS+f-rl fat. I
Charles Hoefel who was spending -' Mrs. BIankent>hip and their PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Accurately balanced and sz>t. e.a. $S.rI ... s.sat.t.7{ 4.75-t. .f Il l-
two weeks with relatives in' two children, were arrivals on the Effective March 18th, 193S 3 for- wrriaw I
rigidly Inspected we r..s r..as a.etIa r.wet s.u.
Key West and was house guest of I Cuba yesterday' from Havana en Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
know it i* as perfect a* ,
12 $1.00PHOENIX
20 p. Di.Leave
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roberts at the' route north, and were met by Mrs.J. : J can
Havana for West human ingenuity '
Key Thursdays and Mondays
home on Southard street left yes- L. Watrous'and Miss Etta Pat-
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and 41 make it.
terday afternoon and proceeded to terson who remained with them SOCKS PLICS'lUKE
days 6:30 P. M.Tickets BATTERIES LINING
Tampa. until the train left for Miami. 11011-1 5.55.2l .,.,' ....
Reservations and Information for-
nt Ticket Office ..
Dock 'FL... 71 I H-.i: .;: 11"75-I."I': IJSMC At Low As
Miss May\ Toledo left yesterday Kay Schutt formerly chief I J. H. COSTAR. A.e.l. I 1.00 I -17 ....,. ..... IIlIAi5lowSASI 'EacS.I $ 3 0
afternoon for Miami to be pres- clerk of the FERA administration s.asla '1..' fscII. EJd.

ent at the wedding, of her niece, returned yesterday from a vacation I _lama F.s+.a+r..r lee I

Miss Hilda Arencibia. of several days 4n Havana ALL STRAW HATS 'L t

rilillIIIII'I.l1I'IOLD _. _
and will remain in Key West un-!< ---- ---- "- w -- -- -- -- -- -- 'u --- '- r
Mrs. Charles Ketchum left on til Saturday when he will leave $1.50Special ; ,
.... ; n,
the afternoon train yesterday for for visits in Jacksonville, and :,= __m_ '_, _ -_ _, __ _-- ".'__ ;u;, u I
Jacksonville where she will be theguest Washington before going to his
of her son and daughter-in-, home in Buffalo New York. lot ofV.. L. I tone
law, Mr and 1.1.-.. Benjamin Ketch- % PAPERS 5 DOUGLAS SPORT "pi res I II

um, and her son-in-law and daughter -! SHOES $5.00 and .$6.00

Mr.\ and Mrs. Earl Yates. : values at- $
i I $39 95 5

Charles Smith Jr., son of Monroe Meat Market ........................................ $3.50FLORSHEIM I $29jI. I.$49UsIn

Charles F Smith. general agent I
for the Clyde-Mallory Lines in FRIDAY and SATURDAYJust :

Key West, and Mrs. Smith left For Sale \ SHOES, on

1 yesterday afternoon for a visit ofseveral Received Shipmentof

days in Miami. :I ........................ sale$7.45

'! HENS and FRYERS 1 .
Miss Ileen Williams, depart-, i
ment head of the housing division Florida and WesternMeats ALL ALES CASH AND

of the FERA who was in Jacksonville -;, : I 5 Bundles for FINAL I

on business pertaining to; VEAL, and LAMBWe 5c NO ALTERATIONS f

the division was a returning passenger -,. I
25 in bundle
the morning train a the YNu.J ftmtJamnt Mrint Sfrtlt Soproee-.wr M4j ei p1.l'Ul.cFl.U'PAUL'S /fefvwr*
on yes; are apes as, SoadayMonuags LEWINSKY'SMEN'S

terday. but do sot Make
Mrs.John G. Sawyer and daughter deliveries.Pkoa
Gloria who were spending i THE KEY WEST CITIZEN "Where Better Clothe !

several months with relatives in! .. 411 Free Delivery Are Sold For RAYMOND CURRY, Manager

Jacksonville were passengers arriving -1 ,S1& n.SBla. Street 1 Men"I'I'I. FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65
on the Havana Special yes i 1

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