The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 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: UF00048666:00042
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Associated Service.Press. Day Wire : / 11tit; r \Cftfeen Key West Florida, has the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the QtlJ e. ep most country equable; with weather*an average in the

range of only 14 Fahrenheit i


"Must" Order On t, GUff j\\ Bill KNIGHTS PYTHIAS STATE OF FLORIDA TO OUTLINE PLANS Several Outstanding Politicians Are


Creates Stir On. Capitol Hill ,


Determination i To Have I TAMPA OFFICER ---- -
Measure Included In I COMES HERE TOGETPRISONER PRINCIPAL PART OF EVE-I I JACKSONVILLE lay plans, for June a national 15.Florida'will .-- tion Florida's which provides fruit. What for advertising amount- TO TAKE CARE MANY INJECTED Nation's Capital HearsOf

Preferred Program Precipitates NINO'S ENTERTAINMENTBY advertising called campaign by Governor at a Dave conference will pose become he stated available, has not for been this computed :pur.- OF CHILDRENATCORALISLE! WITH SERUM AT Only Two Thus Far;

LOCAL ORGANIZATIONThe Sholtz to be held in Jacksonville He referred also to the, Franklin D. And Hamil-
Much TalkBy -- I on Thursday morning July 11. $30.000 fund raised by the All KEY WEST\ CLINICTWO :

This action resulted at a meeting Florida Committee, and during the I ton Fish
DEPUTY SHERIFF SPENCER i Flag Day entertainment held in Tallahassee last Tuesday afternoon session of Tuesday's I

HERBERT PLUMMER the Florida State Chamberof meeting in Tallahassee Albin P. MRS. LOUISA KNOWLES WILL _
.. given last night by the Knights of :
(By Ara*>riatc4 Pr ) i Commerce being requested by Dearing of Jacksonville declared ,

WASHINGTON, June IS.-Re. CUBA; WILL TAKE LUCAS I Pythias was largely attended.I: the Governor at that time to act that that committee is continuingits BE IN CHARGE OF 3ERVICE NECESSARY BEFORE PERSONS By HERBERT PLUMMER
I in the capacity: of a clearing house efforts (By Auerl.ted Press)

ports that administration leaders GOMEZ IN CUSTODY Short talks were given by W. P.i for the various groups. Harold Colee of the Florida Motor \ i' SPONSORED BY KEY WEST MAY BECOME IMMUNE WASHINGTON Jnae 15.-Tfco

had included the Guffey coal com. I Archer and A. D. Northrup, wilb a I The idea of unifying statewide Lines, J I). Rahner of the I ADMINISTRATION FROM TYPHOID political conventions of 36 still
advertising interests was developed Florida East Coast Railway and j
mission l bill>> on the program of"mutt" Deputy Sheriff V. C. Spencer reading by Frank O.. Roberts. i I by the Governor and credit -( two officials of the Florida As-I are quite distant bat the "booms

brother of W. C. nCer.t.herifl, for all results will be due him I Eociation: of Cornty Commission.-
legislation for this session Mrs. Flora Michael an i Children of kindergarten age Officials of the Key West Administration for president" Have oefvo.There's .
arrived this sang according: to R. G. Grassfield. era. Carl J. Jackson of Apoka, it*
Hillsboro county :! I I
will be cared for each Coral
day at and
and of the city,
of congress has created} a original solo which was greatly general l manager of the State' president and C. H. Overman ,of a "McCarl for Presideat"
morning on the Steamship Cuba I enjoyed, with Miss Marjorie Frow Chamber. "By the exercising of Bagdad, its secretary respondingto IfIe Casino beginning Monday, it relief clients gathered at the

stir on capitol hilL I from Tampa and. will return, rendering a beautiful piano solo, his influence in this important the governor's invitation 'to was announced this morning at the Florida ERA clinic, this morning'toreuive movement started among republican

No one had paid much}) atUa- day afternoon with lucas r.icn-I I also furnishing music for the :singing direction the Governor is display- speak, declared as did Mr.-Grass-! Key West Administration. ,I the first typhoid innocu- j'I Nebraska for the comptroller
whq was captured on the ing a rare type of leadership," field that in their belief a common Mns. Louisa Knowles will be in lation injection as a safeguard I
hoc to the bill before lah'o. Wednesday mo.ang: by Sheriff 1 by the audience. Mr. Gras.field declared, adding working arrangement would I against possibility of catching the general of the United States
charge of those who
The hall was beautifully dec- that,there was no question in his'1 result from the Jovernor' initi are brought disease which spreads; during periods
dosed in the O. Thompson rd Deputy Kay -I I and the former of Sea-
senate last Januaryby : K.1 to the casino and under her I secretary
orated in the colors: of the order mind but that all groups with advertising -! tive. They praised him for advancing supervision ,I of drought and water short-

I>> Pennsylvania's first democratic wood. and the national flag. Delicious funds to spend as well'as the plan. f the youngsters will be I age.Two ator Norris. The Hoover situation -
Shortly after the arrival of the t I I those who are in a position to; Not one of the civic or.ranizai i taught various games and in other I more treatments are necessary

senator in years the gray-haired, ship from Tampa this morning, !Mr. refreshments were served; during I raise such funds welcome the tion and transportation! repre< the evening. Governor's interest. 4|( latives called to Tallahassee on I to the fever. The second in-
portly Joseph F. Guffey, the Spencer called on Sheriff Thompson I Under this arrangement mark, to say nothing of Wad
The entertainment committeewas "The State ChambiV is par- Tuesday by the governor had any, young noculaticn will be given next Sat-
measure was little known to others and positively identified the : composed of Winfield Rus-I tucularly glad of the opportunity. inkling of what the chief executivehad t iters who ordinarily have to be urday morning, and the third the worth V"ll.,
photograph' of Gomez as the man sell presented it by the Governor to in mind. He explained toj I under the care of mothers or other morning of June 29.
W. P. Archer Morris Coch-
than the author and those directly wanted. Gomez is alleged to have I render all groups its good offices. these groups, in joint conference!j older persons will be able to Tiny children scarcely: a year dcnberg: c .r.

connected with the coal indus I been the man who struck a young I ran, Ulric Gwynn and Manuel, Leadership in their respective: i I with chairmen of the county commissions :: stay at the casino during the day old, youths and older people were As a matter of fact Pat Hurley,

woman with,, knuckle dusters anfl' Perez.; I fields is a function peculiarly,| that he thought the time i' with the supervision of a responsible at the clinic: for the immunization; ,
try. I An orchestra furnished music their own. It should be understoodthat :! particularly ripe for common action -: adult. treatment today. Two physicians, secretary, of war in the Hoover administration s
took from her the payroll of for dancing which was enjoyed I identities are in no wise!! '! in field of exploiting Flor-!I Mrs.\ Knowles will be at the I Dr. Harry C. Galey city health
When the supreme court all but $700 which she was tarrying from j affected. ida's attractions and advantages, casino each day from 9 a. m. until officer and Dr. N. C. Pintado and himself somathin

wiped out NRA, however, the Guf]I the bank. until a late hour. I! The Governor: expressed his. belief .' and he gained the unanimous consent 4 p. m. except Saturdays and were kept busy several hours administering a figure in republcan

fey bill plopped into the news in There are several Key Westers I The program follows: i following the Talahasfe 1 of all groups present to employ I Sundays. Saturdays she will beI the serum. They were

a Wg way. It dawned on mem-I!!! in the office of Sheriff Spencer, Opening Ode.InvocationW.. I meeting at which the chief ex-;: the state! chamber as a ve-I'I there from 9 a. m. until noon. assisted by Mrs. Edwina: Hodges politics, is credited with the obser.ration .
S. Eakins. ecutive and his cabinet officers' hide through which the objec- Children, in order to be under and Miss Iris Pierce, both nurses; "
bers .
of congress: and leaders of and'r' his brother said he had lot I' II that he is about th only
industry that here possible! Presentation of the!! Flag. 'I explained newly enacted legislation -,j lives might be worked out and |! her care, must be brought by an employed by the Florida Emei
was a
attempt on the part of the -!:, of messages to deliver to theirs I[.. Pledge to the Flag. to the commissioners of the duplications be avoided. j f I, adult who will be required to sign; geney Relief Administration. I adult" in C. 0 P. who is not a

to regulate a major government industry -{I relatives and friends between how America. I I State's 67 counties. that atone Governor Sholtz declared that' a card slating definitely the hour Key Westers have been urgedto .
which might be taken and Monday when he will leavjjwith )i Talk-W. P. Archer. I $250,000 would become available 1 he wanted those attending the at which he or she will return for take the innoculation as a candidate.Insofar

pattern. as- al .the prisoner. -f. 11 to to commit!1 i i kindergarden' age-six years old With cisterns dry .and pre-I
The r w. ; and advertising Florida this fall ,come prepared many ont'
situation; in the coal industrY ; .. however, there are
[ Vocal solo! -Mrs. Flora Michael. and winter.; I I I their organizations, if possible, and under-will be accepted. ers with little water in them, '
...__yearn.has. NKA'brought been a desperation sonic Jo t;\ REV. S. 'PEELE"NOWJMPROVING Reading-Frink-OVlWbetta.-. "'' "'lfeurged' -appropnatlo if'tef'definile'finartcial*plans: Hei intiocnlation h Tonwdered-m Heats'j'..IIn.4"n.' ..IJpen. n9r. 4 '

.lief, but both operators and mineral rc-j I! .1' M uic-Orchestra. he included in-' county budgctsj announced'i I that he had receivedencouraging I I B. PIERCE GIVEN wry safeguard: against an epidemic I course is Franklin I). Roo.-evel,

months decided that Address.-A. D. Northrup. uirrestinj 10 cents per capita asa : telegrams from those: ;: of, typhoid. JThe other is a member of the
Star Spangled Banner.STEAMER oui!'. This done. Governor who could not attend Tuesday's I E house' who represents )Ir. Koo c-
sary. more was neces-1 Sholtz declared a $160,000 fund ,,: meeting, and that he felt with i i GOOD POSITION CITRUS CROP IN velt's own congressmen: il district

Labor Backs It GATUNCOMESJTO I would result. j I i i I unified effort great good will he in congress: ; --Hamilton Fish, Jr.
The Guffey bill8S brought I I WILL BE'ABLE TO LEAVE ORLANDO He called attention to the $?&,. I, accomplished. "Certainly," he The Fish Boom
000 advertising fund annually voted .+i, stated, "Florida should invite TEXAS INCREASESRIO
forth as a possible solution. The KEY WEST BOY RECENTLY
miners' HOSPITAL IN PORT' the state's agricultural department -'1(I more people to live within its The "..ish for President" loom
spokesman John L.
I saying he hoped that Commissioner borders. Many living in sections'! GRADUATED WITH HIGH was parted: last March by Harold
head of the United Mine Workers FEW DAYS
is demanding that the measurebe I Mayo would be in a position now harras.sed by drought floods!'I SCHOOL HONORS GRANDE SHIPMENTS,ARE Knun'of'Minn lIOt., member of(
I to allot some portion of this i land dust storms would make fine I I the ill-powe uI'''ottfce ways awl.
passed. SIXTEEN PASSENGERS ON fund to the common movement. I I Florida citizens, and Florida of- REPORTED TO BE NEAR |I means cmmilteend senior metal

the Briefly creation the bill provides for Rev. Shuler Peele pastor of I SHIP ENTERTAINED DURING I The governor also commentedupon fers them rare opportunities if. i. her in'tbe house f robt: vest: > of the! <
of federal coal
a Fleming Street-Methodist church' newly enacted citrus: legislaJAPAN'S -+!>we just make! it known to them." Billy Pia.orn. son of Mr. and RECORD. Mississippi River. '
commission of five members. HERE f Mrs. L. M. South I
STAY Pierce of street.
from; didn't at merely
These would be named the I is recuperating a recent attack -- - Knutson atop
by Key West, who was recently grad '3
his New colleague
President< and given wide authority i of flu in a hospital in Orlando uated with honors from the Schoolof
1936 presidential ring
hat into the
over all bituminous coal i and is expected to be out in STUDIOUS MONARCH June
Stand I Commercial Art of William and BROWNSVILLE, Tex
Steamship: Gatun, of the I with the castomsry.: : "I know of no
mines.A a few days. Mary College, Williamsburg. Va., 15. The lower Rio Grande valley
I ard Fruit and Steamship company: I one who has broader appeal to
national coal: reserve wouldbe This information was received arrived:30 yesterday afternoon CREATES WILD\ BIRD has been offered and accepted an : of Texas, dealt body blows by the all elements and with him I am

set up by having the govern-J I this morning in a telegram from from Philadelphia, consigned to I excellent position. i record freeze; of 1930 and the satisfied! we can sweep the co'-n-
ment purchase all the marginal the Porter Dock for oil ) As one of 14 students in a i hurricane of 1933. this season is! He started to work.
mines and put them out of busi I! Presiding Elder C. K. Vliet in reply -I I IN WALLED PALACE .'
class students he
and water. GARDEN of 156 was appointed harvesting the second largest On- capitol hill be is known wn-
ness for the time being. The bill : to a wire sent by Miss Venda- While the ship was in port the I I to a position with the Na- citrus: crop in its history. 1(,,officially as Fish'a campaign man.

for such purchases would be paid line Watkins, secretory of Fleming -I 16 passengers were entertained by tional Society of American Art- More than 7,000 carloads of, ager. In his office he is ready fInd

by a $300,000,000 bond Issue to Street church. J. Gerry Curtis, director of works I By GLENN BABB' j its.'which is now planning exhibits fruit, growers estimated, will be'eager! at all times to talk about hi:
be liquidated by a tax on coaL ; ordinary run 'humanity is, in of the principal citiesof out of the 'before:' of .
Rev. Peele left Key West two i for the FERA and other membersof j TOKYO, June 15.-An emI ? many shipped candidate and his chances capturing
The commission would dictate J the administration. ,. excluded. the United States. the movement endS: comparedwith I the republican nomination
peror's enthusiasm
to attend the biological
whether new mines are to. be weeps ago Young. Points of interest were visited !I Prefers Study To 'Command After exhibitions in the eastern 8,000 carloads in 'the peak;I.jiext year. He'll even te'l you "off

opened or old ones worked. Operators Peoples' Assembly, held in Lake-'I and a tour of the entire isUid 'research I.of Tokyo,has third created largest in the city heart], It makes up most of 'the im- Factions of the states the exhibit season: of, 1929. At least half the!)'[,r the record" just where he think

of mines would be permittedto land 'at Southern College: It was I Ii made, much to the delight and interest '[the world, a bird refuge that must off I perial palace enclosure, a ''dia will be taken to the middle west current. crop' 'is going ot -byj:'I: Fish! is strongest and weaken by
.create codes.: i too! with an extensive exhibition at truck.! [
while there that he succumbed of the visitors. ] be I,states
Tax Feature Important > in West. .' ,unique. j mond-shaped area. .o( approximately -, Chicago. Later on the collectionof Both years.. however, yieHed f
I an attack of the flu and! ,has'since The stay Key was con-: Emperor Hirohito, long noted offs "Not Ambitious'So
The taxing item of the bill i4) llabana-i one square mile shut art will be taken further west far below that on the treesin
eluded with visit to the crops
1 been in a as 'one of the keenest students I far is known "Candidate"Fhh
the hospital. of
I broad'moats as
probably its most important fea-I Madrid Club where music and from modern Tokyo by its and eventually be placed on display the fall of 1933 when the dis-
biology in Nippon, has caused hundreds I I has done nothing to di
1 The from !
ture. All coal would be taxed telegram Presiding dancing enjoyed until the I at the San Diego Expositionin astrous windstorm struck. Between
was of bird shelters to be built and hoary stone walls builtin courage "Cam!>II.i m Manager"
25 per cent at the mine, but 991;! Elder Vliet is to the effect that' whistle of the Gatun sounded the California. 18,000 and 20.000 carloads .
in the fine old trees of the beauti-. the sixteenth Knutroo. Ilia views on the subr
century. I I|,
cent would be rebated to the Rev. Peele has been an exceed-? I been virtually to
per departure warning, when the travelers had brought ma-,
ful Fukiage Garden, the wooded I ject were set forth in detail, la! an
operator who signed the code.' ingly ill man but i is well on the boarded the vessel and sail-I Although nearly all of Emperor, CITY EMPLOYES I tority when the wind came along I interview month
parkland that surrounds his i
Whether this would weather: a'i road to recovery. ts i I IHOLTSBERGS ed for Frontera. Mexico.BRAGASSABACK. palace II i Hirohito's public appearances are' t from which the orchards have not I after Knutaon tgavwabout tossed his hat in th-

court test on its constitutionalityis Scores of thousands 'I yet fully recovered. ring at Omaha' Nebraska. Said
1 :: of birds I
a matter of varying opinions'!: HAVE I find .' j ARE PAID TODAY I The bloom this season was dc-I' Mr. Fish then
among Jawye"I I j especially and navy, and his people rarely I' : scribed as light: and spotted and i "I might be a candidate: for

All matters affecting labor j (j autumn, when wildfowl mi-: see him except in tht uniform of' 'the crop particularly > light on I president in the next national eec! .
would be handled by a coal labor'' RETURNED TO CITYMr. FROMKEY TRIP II grating. are I field marshal or admiral of the RECEIVE PARTIAL PAYMENTSON small trees. I tion if the call for me to run .were
hoard consisting of three members -| : I( fleet, i it is widely known he is made on the basis of patriotic:
--one representing the pub-j I Scientists Praise Work | more the gentle student of science THEIR PAST DUE i drtr. .
lie. the mine and the The'monarch has taken full advantage PINEAPPLES I
one owners -:I I than the war lord. j jI "I am not ambitious.Ten! ; year
and Mrs. Morris 1I0Ils'wrg'have AND SALARIES
other ; of this collection of
labor. !
: Knows Sea Life Also ago I was very amb tiou. .If it
The measure already has been Gainesville returned where from a witnessed trip to PARTY ENJOY FISH. !I laboratory material for study of I Research is his principal hobby, SHIPPED OUT: were put up to me on basis of par
they ,
reported favorably to the bird habits, and Japanese scientists and all the time he .
i nearly can ty. I would not listen. If it were
the graduation of their son, Herman i An employes _____ I t
have asserted that city: including
by the interstate commerce com-1 ING OUTING his ma-(
I II I match from the duties of ruling: pat up to me on the basis of the
mitten Administration leaders'' from the University of Flor- jesty's notebooks contain: valuable;! 100,000,000 subjects!\ --in the per, those on the board of public EIGHTEEN CARS ARRIVE ON ; country,' that would be another
admit that there's plenty of dyna- ida. additions to the science of or-'' works today received partial Payments -
| I formance of which he is matter. And the call would haveto
mil in the measure but that they' Herman was graduated with i'I Anthony Bragassa, of the state i nithology. !j t! conscientious !spends: highly'' on salaries due for servicesin FERRY YESTERDAYFROM I come from the west--I would
honors and given the B. A. E. degree I
condition of the Industry and the lie returned home with hitI plant board, returned yesterday i I Especially interesting, it is said'j; laboratories. > I iJ the several departments. HAVANA not listen if it came: merely from
demands of labor may force its]I Ira from delightful vacation at, are the emperor's observations of J His studies of coelentera the! Employes on the inactive lists i the east"

usage. I parents Clopton Key where he went in]}I the folkways of the rare gray]?,(: group of marine life which in., were paid $50, making a total of' ---:-' i The 2t)(t,5g, sgrligr me IVber
'IT "
---I 1I Ii : company with )lr. and Mrs Eck-]I startling and the migrating habits''''l I" eludes jellyfish, sea anemones and; approximately $1,700. EmplOy 1 The lastfhipmanl? ef pineapples i II m the"'ltoaet.:9fftprewftfa= tYu
i LIGHT TENDER 1 of varieties of ducks. Thousands I '. on the payroll of the board of I from west of the riv-r
corals Mississippi
wood Solomon. i 1 1I many -, have been especially exhaustive month's'' from Key West for the week ending
i Mr. Bragassa says the fishingwas of these fowl find shelter in, and are said to have corfi -; public works received one today was made early this cart be taken as a spokesman, has
HABANA-MADRID CLUB; I good and he had the experience -' the Imperial refuge each spring!i tributed much to knowledge of pay, totalling about. 1307. j morning. The fruit arrived in i called.
RETURNS HERE | of catching a large jewfish' and autumn. More than 1000 rare!,. the subject. Those employes on the active cars on the Ferry. Palma y 18,1, The logical conclusion would
he took. Other mandarin hatched in the lists were each given 15 per cent seem to be that Mr. Fish is listening -
TONICHT'J the first: one ever ;|' ducks ]i I The emperor also gives mnni- day afternocn.
I kinds of fish were plentiful. :!} palace refuge, live there, the year 1 S i ficently from his privy purse lori of their respective salaries for In the cars were 6377 crates tl.

BIG DANCEMusic 1 i IJjrhthouse Tender Ivy arrived At the key, which is occupied round. |(I the promotion of biological one month. which were transferred to 22 re-I

I yesterday afternoon from Pulaski by MrsSolomon's father Joseph,I Although surrounded!\ by the search by Japanese scholars. ANTI RUST frigerator ears making a total of SPECIALToday
I Shoals where the last two piling Johnson, the nights were cool and throb and clangor of one of theworld's 'i I 1378 cars of the fruit sent out of I
by Habana-Madrid I for the light at that point were I invigorating always a refreshing, busiest and noisiest cities,i SIDEWALK 1 1STEAL i For Auto Fender and Bodies i i Key West since the beginning of ( Only)

OrchestraS driven this week* by the vesseL breeze; passing' over. Enjoying,the garden itself is a haven of! GUARANTEED TO STOP I[ the season. YOUNG TURKEYS, Off.

S The superstructure of the new some of the excellent dishes pre- quiet peace: and security. It is:I i: SAN PEDRO, Calik Police inl ALL RUST l| Of this total there were 48 cars per Ib .. .--...._......... 3CFulford's
ript $1.00 Ladies Free 'I light at this site. is now being pared by Mr. Johnson was the out-I filled with splendid trees of many' this city were amused when Nick Prices Reasonable I I! sent in bond to St. Catherines,
placed by the Tender Poppy and standing"feature of; a perfect va- varieties, many of them hun-I'" Chapelle reported that some one I Exclusively Handled By I Canada, to supply canning factories Poultry Farm

the first series has been installed. cation. dreds of years old, and from it all had stolen his concrete: sidewalk. Ackerman Service Station in that part of Canada. Pnon. MO I Deliver

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"1ttptSt tim) 1 KEEP THE RECORD STRAIGHT' LEGALS .aaaa..aaaaaaaaa/aNai1 Hundreds of trees in ivamp. --LEGALSi

I along the North Carolina coast
RF.SOI.rTlOV OF THE BOIRD ban been killed salt that
by water
anc.ay By All noise
:PvbUhc-d PailrExcept of this and fury about how
Of PI'BMC iasmt''TIOV! OP Color
\ TIn rorATV jrnc.rr
Tilt CITIZEN: .PIBLISIIINC. I\(". DAYS GONE BY I VOMtOK rOllhTl. FLORID .........................1 swept inland from, the ocean during l\ *M i-OK MOXHOK c.Dl \T1
L. P. AHTMAN. PmMratJOB the Supreme Court's decision on the NIRA TAILING AKlCTIO. INPK a terrific storm two years ago KIOHII\
ALLEN Ala..t 8..i.e.a MaaacrrFrom Happening Her Ju.t 10 Years I ('I'.. TAX !SCHOOL this. Temperature and failed to drain back. In the Matter of the C.uardian
has "set the country back" to such-and TRIfTt'MBEH O\I;. MO>- hip of the and estatesof
'I'b. Citizen Building AO Today A. Taken From ROK COINTI: FI-OHin Fll \;- Highest h. ..... ... -- 90 :N,Ti RIHMV
Corner Greene and Ann Streets such date is TIx Files Of Th CUizea >n TIIK MIM.AGK FOR TAX Lowest T KXOWI.E 1HHOI
a entirely foreign to the mat- ... ., h.........80" Dan Scheuerman. restaurateurof !
I.KAM) Tilt : :( .10" + F
Mean ... .. ....... it KNOWI.ES:: and KKAI.P
85 '
ters at issue. To that decision (I' OK TRI STKTKS FOR 41D |H' Leoti. has.. offers a "et emtip" K NI.ES II innrs
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and :Monroe say the TRIfT ACrOHIIANC WITH Normal Mean .. .82 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES BTIIK '
'm uoom. day inch
The Gibson arcrtment house on ('IIAPTF.R 'I e r. !SF.SSION every an or more
County. MiKRMONKP a" guardianof
turned the nation back to the "horse and Fleming street ;as 'jeing remodelledin I LANs" 4IP 1.:25. LiarallYesterday' of rain fails Ihe estates and per" >on" of lr\ :n
Kntrrrd at Key Weal, Florida as second class matter I I WHKRRAS. under Chapter\ 18SS7. T. Know, I..... Harold II Knowlt
'buggy era" falls short, for the simplereason .anticipation of a great winter Law of Florida. Acts -of 1923.: -a biannual l- Precipitation .0 Ins! and Gerald F. Knowles 1 that I Will
.FIPTV-8IXTM TEAR tourin traveL The first floor, election must be held In Normal Preci| itation .2:) ins!. LEGALS petition the Honorable Hatch Onni.
that the decision went much further Special Tax School Districtsfor th.deter.IDaUoa .TMa record e.eer..4-k.ae County Judge hi and for Mont
which has been need for store perl.d
Member .t t.e A. elate._ Pres.The pur- of the amount ofmills Bounty. Florida at his nffir.in th
will =4-c ,arranged for Apartments to be levied and the el.'ctlon. iaoc .a' oVIwk thin. .ramttic.Tomorrow's VOTKK OF MSTFH'S' !a1f.ENotice Mom ..
Associated Press I.i cxrlunlTely: entitled to .M back than that. It went right back to the POSCA .' AlmanacSun Court lions Key Went
of Trustees and whereas 113a is the County. Florida, at the hour "r ;''
on one aide i and rooms on : I* hereby given that under
fur republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to Constitution.The time to bold said election and rises ... ... 5:37; o'clock A. M. ..n the 3lth davJune ..'
a. m. and by virtue of a certain order
and also the other. All with ;ri"lte bath I WI1KRRAH. Special Tax School >. for ..rd r .
It or not otherwise credited In this paper. and decree ..f foreclosure .. -\ T IMS an '
Sun net ......... 7:18 and salmade
District Number One of MonroeCounty p. m. thortziBK the sale of the ,inter' v< -
the local news published here.'NATIONAL nation's unanimous it is -said. The main entrance! will I and entered on the Slut day .
highest .
court was
Florida, has heretofore been Moon rises ...... ... 7:29 p. m. .. *f the aforesaid minors in an l ltr.
f. : :
lead- ''' I.f May 193 In and by ii .
te enclosed with n glass front created by an election of the qualified follnwmK described. property'" .
in its interpretation of the Constitution to the loggia Separated from electors of said District, embracing Moon !sets u.n..nO> 5-09 a. m.1 Circuit Court of the'Twentieth Judi ding l and being in Monroe *...nt'f.
ing rial Circuit .
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) all of the territory within Full ___ of the Stale of Florid .
: If.th 3:20 dnVd
moon. p. m.Tomorrow's I Mornla. and more particularly
I as it relates to delegation of, the loggia: by a grilled arch will be Monroe County except: the main- .h. in and for Monroe County, In Chanleery .... a" followsPart :
lJ therein
a cause
1935 :a private waiting: room and this will land portion thereof and Tide pending ..f Government Lot l 1.
C/y herein" Eleanor Armar, Allin.widow. .
power and jurisdiction over commerce. be furnished keeping with the 1.Las WHEREAS erected school said houses School and District ismaintaining A.M. P.M.'I ill plaintiff and Burbank a See.i..n a. Tnwnphip U of South rin\ ,

I High .... .. .. K-Jtrt 10:42 Realty Company. a corporation riranised I: at the Southeast corner
!*! ru! rHipriox RATES The its it surroundings.!. I schools' and is creating 00 and Range :58: Ka"t. Commencing
court merely performed duty existing under
as thelawn
On. Tear _..-.-_._ _... -110.00 indebtedness and that said schools. I Low 0000 ___,..n" 2lfi 4:04 nf the State of Florida and ernment Let Z' In said Sections ..
;i are now In operation\ and said debts Township Kt: South Rang ::1-
Six: :Month _.. S.OO understood its duty. The American peo- Eugene Albury announcing in still existingand. Barometer R a. m. today: liatoReal Estate Ik Imprnv..melltP..pany. East thence running South 44

Three Months _.__.... 1.5. The Citizen WHKRKAS.: it Is necewwry to Sea level, 30.02. and a corporation organized decrees East 14. feet more .>r
this 4aaue of seven existing under the law of the
One :Month _....n. ........_.____._ .85 ple will not quarrel or find petty fault with determine the amount of mlHane. to ..Iat..f. .Florida are defendants less. to the waters' of the Atlantic -
Weekly ____.._'_ .., ._ ._ .20 houses And lots which are especially lie levied for each year for the next WEATHER FORECASTTill r..r..I..llarp of hen of tax sale certificates Ocean I.said. last mentioned -.
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the court for so doing.As desirable for buyers looking for ensuing two years and that trustees the undersigned Special line being the Southwrstrrle .
must be elected to serve for line of Randall Adams tra. t.
ADVERTISINO RATES to the in the Constitution moderate priced .property. The the next two years, therefore UK I,Master and in Vhancrry will offmr forsale as. shown. in teed recorded. rn
provisions veil at public ,
Made known on application.: houtes.tare 1 Incafce! i.n .different IT KK.SOLVED BY THE BOARDOF ( 8 p. m., Sunday) for each in hand, to the highest outcry heed Hook lt-5;;, pare ta of IhrpuMie

SPECIAL NOTICEAll that made such a decision necessary, parts of the city and terms are IO* ROE I1IBMC COUNTY.INSTRUCTION FLORIDA: that OF Key Wet! and Vicinity: Fair i land I' best bidder at the front door of Ilorida records). of thence Monroe Stint Conn hwesterly .

readingnotices, cards of thanks resolutions of the President. the Congress and the pea exceptionally reasonable.Horace an election b* held within Special tonight, Sunday partly cloudy innroe! along the shore line
Tax: : School District Number One of.Monroe of this!' Atlantic Ocean tn a
respect 'obituary notices etc. will be charged for at .10f Key West. Florida during the
local thoundershowers .
ple are well within their rights when they County Florida embracingJill possibly : ; poil.th..r. theest line ofsaid
legal; hour! of sale, on Monday, the
the rate of 10 cents a lIne.OU.II ,
the territory In said Monroe Government lot 1 intersectsthe
Wic-khani: through his gentle to moderate east. wind 1st. day of Jul\ A. l>. l :3i. the f..l-l I. .
for entertainments by churches from -which jdiscuss whether amendments adopted in County, except: the mainland portion lowing described land, situate, lying said shore line: themNorth -
brother Oscar and the Oversea the of along thec..t lm af
Zath day tonihtl
a revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. thereofon Florida: Generallyfair :; land bring in the County of Monroe.Gate .
an orderly fashion are advisable in the Company has closed a deal involving June 1935, fur the purpose! of determining I said Government LollI. the
of Florida to-wit
The Citizen Ja an Jorum and invites discussion :
open J.. : the amount of millage to and Sunday except possibly local point nf tx-iclnninir. lying and
of public issues!' and subject of: local or. general light of modern America's needs. 12C acres of land on JJt- 'be levied for the years I i lot Nine (9) of Block Five being in Monroe County. Flor
tie 1 26, and for the Ifi"tI thundershowers Sunday after (J> rtf Martello I Tower, a ub- ida containing ...; .r>>s.
Torch K consideration purpose .u
interest but it will not publish Anonymous communi The
But it is out of order and y. I I I division according to the platthereof .
.,. narrow ing? trustees to serve in said Districtfor I noon. rare or less.ALFRED
l i recorded in flat Ituok
cations. was $600 acre. The present +
'. _. criticism and the next two years. I Jacksonville : One U). at *. In the R. ,
entirely unworthy to heap owner said today he will have All qualified electors residingwithin :i to Florida Strait: ,'I office of the a..It''kH. :: vf the Circuit As Guardian of the Estates of Irvin
said District who pay taxeson : Gentle south winds over, north T.I Knowles. Harold! I:. Knowlesand
hurl implications upon the court becauseft important announcements to make personal property and real estate I' Court Monroe County .' Herald F. Knowles.RAYMOND .
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEYWESTADVOCATED'SY .failed to hold that the Constitution in the .near future. The land iscrossed areeligible to vote at said I portion end moderate east winds and Florida, : It LORD,
authorized '
THE CITIZEN by the Florida East Coast election. The questions to be over south portion; weather fair Lot Ten (U) of Block Fire Attorney for Cuardian
such expansion of <' termined at said election are as tonight and Sunday. i I ma>2i, Junl 's'U-Z2
an power a. d"-I ( ) of Martrilo Towers a sub
Railway and will probably> on lows: I
was exercised in the creation and administration I the route of the Over Sea Highway : -i 1. The amount of millajre to Fart: Gulf: Moderate east winds division thereof recorded according. in to Plat the ItookOne plat I anTics OF AP..1.O OPPtTORl
levied by County Commissioners!' for over south and east portion! and (1). at Page HO in the \ PEREZ. % MARRIES
1. Water and Sewerage. x of the National Industrial Recovery according! to Mr. Wickham.. said Special One. Tax School Di..trl..tNumber moderate southeast; winds over office of the Clerk of the Circuit i WOMATO' BBtUMrJ A FI1KB

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- Act.: To do so is as inappropriateas 2. The election of Trustees to northwest portion. Florida.Court Monroe County NOTICE UK'I.R.IS HEREBT GIVEN thatthe
The U. S. S. Tulsa attachedto
serve during the ensuing two
Dated June 1, 1S35.WILLIAM
it would have been for the court to berate undersigned Pastoria I'eret. a
land. -
the aervice squadron, )"f' t I V. ''
special! ALBURY. married woman. a resident of the!
I The polling places at which said WEATHER CONDITIONSThe I i Special Master. In Chancery State of Florida and : Monroe
the administration County 0 -
3. Free Port. on some questionnot arrived! in port today and 13 election be held are: W CURRY
i HARRIS will on the 24th day of June,
involving the Constitution.END scheduled to remain until to-. I'ollmp Place Number 1. Harris northern disturbance i Solicitor for Plaintiff. A. D. 1832 apply to the Honorable
!School Building Corner of South- mowed l ;
4. Hotels and Apartments. morrow. The vessel came to takeon junl-g-15--J Jefferson B. Browne, Judge of the
ard and
Margaret KeyWest.
Streets eastward and U .central this Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial -
!supplies after cruising in the, Florida. Inspectors and Circuit of ;Monroe ,
5. Pavilion. the far northeast County
Bathing Clerk of Election at said pollingplace morning over IN ( IH( I IT <'Ot KT. TTr OK
OF A FAST SHIP Florida, at Chambers at Ie A. it
waters near Honduras. The U. S. ...c..un". '
shall be: Charles Mathews, Boston Mas. 29.66 inches!. and TUK\TIKTH' Jl III. 'or
Land and as soon as a hearingmay
6. Sea. '
.Airports- ( 11. 4JIUIIT. MKOr: C'OI >,
Nokomis Ira William -
S. will arrive tomorrow Cash liaker J. Frank .
-- pressure has fallen in the Plain! ". littFIII.. he had for a license to manage -
7. Consolidation of County and City from Cardenas, Cuba. Roberts. Clerk. and West Gulf Willirton.N KI: HUNK ii MNiiLJrrox.Complainant' I take charge of and control her
This month will see the end of one of I Polling Place Number 2. At Monroe States. property and to become a free.
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. -Countv High School Building D., 29.66 inches and Abilene I dealer in every respect in accordance -
I I .
the world's most famous fast liners the Corner of United and White Streets v*
Final plans for the party to be I K..yV..t.. Florida. Inspectors" and Texas. 29.72 inches. Showers GENEVIEVE.. SINGLETON f with the Statutes of the Stateof

llauretania of the Cunard fleet, which has given by tbe DeMolav.s! will be I I Clerk of Election at said polling and thunderstorms have occurred Defendant.. I Florida. PASTORIA PKREZ.Petitioner,
'place shall be Bernard Allen, ItoI I ORDER OK ri'IiUCATItMIt ,
made the : -
tomorrow night at r .
been sold for junk. But in the quarter ofa 'land I Richardson John J. Albur). during the last 24 hours from] appearing by the sworn bill ALLAN B CLEARE. JR..
: regular meeting to be held in'; William H. Johnson Clerk. northern Texas and Louisiananortheast"'ard I filed In the anove-ntated e thatCENEVIEVE
century after her launching in 1907 she Scottish! Rite hall. The party::i J'olllnaPia.... Number 3. At Public the Ohio Val ': : U SINGLETON the i Attorney for Petitioner.mayZS, ; Jun1.81i22OTI'Fl
over therein named in i
School defendant
House at .Matecumbe, a nwnfemdent -
made maritime history. In 1910 she tomorrow night will be held in the I Monroe County Florida. Inspectorsand ley lower Lake region and mid. ; of the t.f Florida

hall of the Patriotic Order Sons Clerk of Election at said pollIng dle and North Atlantic! States, I l and her residence is unknown and :\
wrested the trans-Atlantic speed record place shall be: II. O. Russell that She Is over the age or twenty- Notice is hereby given that the
of America on Duval street. Robert Ingraham Kdney D. Parker and in portions of the northemJ she years.; It Is therefore ordered Hoard nf By MARCY B. DARNALL, from her sister ship the ill-fated Lusitania, I I I Preston Pinder Clerk. Plains States and upper Mississip.*. that Mild nonresident defendant b* Monroe County Florida, will meetIn

Former Editor of TL. Key West Citizen by crossing in 4 days 10 hours 41 minutes, The new three quarter yard I I Polling School'Place House Number at Rock 4. At Ha-ixir.Public pi Valley. the rainfall being generally I and" she to the is hereby bill, ..f required complaint tio filed appear Court the House Clerk's. at office Key at\".the. Monroe Count

and held it until 1929 when her record was northwest dredge of the Over Sea Key Largo. :Monroe County FI. r- light to moderate. Temperatures J in Mild cause on or before Alondar. County Florida, oa ;Monday. July
was today unloaded froma ida. Inspectors and Clerk ot'Election have fallen'12' the atb day nr August A, J>. 1'3i. 1st A. O IMS. for the purpose i.f
Japanese dead are buried with their broken the German company -at said polling place shall be to degreesin otherwise the allegations .f said hearing complaints and rec !IvlnirI
by Bremen. flat car at the F. E. C. R'y;I I Willard Albury. John W Pind..... O. the southern take region but bill will fee taken an confessed hy 1 I testimony as to the value of ant
heads toward the north, hence it is considered I Even after that the Mauretania broke yards and is being made ready for.''P. Hill George tV. Alonry. Clerk. ar above normal in most other said defmMlant property, real or personal as fixed
I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED It Is further ordered that this by the County Assessor vf -taxes.
by the living to be unlucky to sleep her own eastbound record by steamingfrom operating. Work of dredginsrwill| that this notice of election{ shall be sections east of the Rocky Moan-' order be published once each we.,k of perfecting reviewing and equalizing
start at once on the couth end off i:oubllshed in the KeyV..t Citizen tains, with high day temperatures for four consecutiveweeks in The the assessment. of the tax
with their heads in that direction. On New York to Plymouth, England, in a newspaper In the City of Key I Key West. (Citizen a newspaper published I roll for the year ISIS.Dated : .
the San Kreat subd.i- reported
company's 1 I West Florida, once each week for yesterday in northernand In said County and St.t-. j at Key West 'Florida,
journeys some carry a compass, in orderto 4 days 17 hours 45 minutes at the rate of vision dredging marl to build an|I'thirty days first' publication to be central Florida the maximum: This 14th dar, of June l :Ji. I!I June 15. ItlS.By .
the ZStb day of May. It3i. and the ROSS C. SA W T Elt. | order of the oard.n .
at Jacksonville
embankment along the bay side: being 96 degrees.G. .
their at bedtime.An
get bearings 26 knots an hour. The Bremen's top speed last. publication thereof to be on Clerk Circuit Cotirt. I C SAWYER
of the land. The company !stated the 22nd day of June 133.BB & KENNEDY. ALL AN K. CLKRE. JR, Clerk Board of Bounty Coramiaaloners -
was about 27.8 knots throughout a trans- that the equipment now on hand! IT FURTHER RESOLVED Official in Charges)i Solicitor for Complainant. I i Monroe County. Florida
I. that said election shall be conducted Jonli-I2-2. juU-lJ.. Junli -U
advertisement for an Atlanta Atlantic voyage. will be able to dredge: a sufficient] and held under the same rules -- -
For short the Mauretania supply of marl to supply all per-i i and regulations as general elections, ._ ---- -- -- -
a -
marble company is headed thus: "You except: as modified by Section 701,
Bon in the city! in need of such! :Compiled General Laws of Florida- :4T.4T..IIT.AfT 4T.I.I' I'.A

know a lot of people who need monu- goes to the boneyard undefeated by any material. I'unanimously Resolution passed t.UlnaId Monroe election County :....................................................... ..............

ments.:' Even if no one is really in need passenger ship; a record made, too less I Board of Public Instruction May .

than two when in July 1933 The Cuban ambassador Cosme 24, 19J6.
of a monument, some communities will be : years ago ; CLARENCE It. PIERCE.
she covered 32 knots in one hour while Olla de la Torriente Mrs.. Torrienteand I Chairman Board of Public Instruction
off when certain of their citizens RAIN
daughter arrived Monday : Monroe County Florida. i
become eligible for them. I voyage from Havana to New York.In afternoon from Havana. They RALPH ALLAN K.B JOHNSON CLEAR, J

her day the Mauretania is said to were extended the courtesies! of ;Members of Board of Public In ..

I have carried more distinguished person- the -port and during: their stay Attest struction.: I

Perhaps there is nothing in a name ht'rewere entertained by Cuban MELVIN E. RUSSELL \
ages as passengers than any other ship Consul Domingo .Milord. Superintendent" Public Instruction,
but A. G. Luck of Bridgewell England and ex-officio Secretary of Board
afloat m-any of whom will feel] a tinge of : of Public Instruction. I RAINS

probably believes there is. He insured his: sadness that the former Queen of the Sea Dr. and Mho WcCord :Mclntyre.1 may25; jnnl-S-15-22

married daughter against the birth of more newly weds from New York. ar-
statistics show that
is to sail there
no more. were
than one child, and when 'she bore twins rived yesterday and were guests 458 .
departures for Cuba
of Austin Drew of the Over during
he '. s
5000. RAIN
WOMEN AND TIME com pan v. They left on the I that period and during.the name

--;, Steamship Cuba for Havana for! period there -were 318 arrivals
ft4 "I a slaV of one week in Cuba j 1priorio from Havana. : o oL
That rabbit fur is sold throughout the From time immemorial husbands sailing for their home in-, :

world under more than GO namesnone, of 'have: complained of the long time it. took Dallas! Texas i Won't Be
Mr. and Mrs... Leonte Valladaccs! TIt Long Now-Bound To i t
'is' ,
which is "rabbit quite generally their wives to dress; men have observed
J. A. Smith, .f'thi-cppistrut! ;\ion announce'! th, birth, nf a won on :'
known. But of late years, through scientific that women did not heed the flight of force of the Hotel La Concha! and WednefM&iy.' June 10, in their Rain Soon Not
Why Prepare
breeding certain rabbits have developed time but carried on interminable telephone several others went: out yesterdayfor : Jiome 12C6 Duval street. 0

coats quite similar to the furs or conversations without realizing how long a fishing trip and not only, Subscribe to The Citlten. :
!surprised! themselves but also
rarer animals. In such cases perhaps they talked and so on. their many friend and not A few I S : : s

rabbits fur i isn't rabbit fur, after all. This apparent lack of regard for time Key Westers, by bringing: in 15 BENJAMIN LOPEZ

by the fait sex has long been the source of Fine tarpon which were caught in FUNERAL HOME SPECIAL

Jewfish Channel j E.ta.......... 49 Year

A Minnesota newspaper asks Urn: endless comment-often profane. But i K.y w..... ow...

"Do now it has all been explained] thanks to More than one thousand tourists )! 2..1 r A.It...... s.rc.Lke :
pertinent question; : your neighborsever '

drop] into your home to borrow the modern psychology. 1 the! visited rim week in Key in West June.during Port I ?..... loll s..J EM'-Nibt' SBW 75 LB. STANDARD SLATE fco ? !0

collection come to you of handbills each week] circulars, and which, etc.,those that Hopkins Exhaustive University tests show conducted that women at Johns just 1 _. e ROOFING, Red or Green Per Roll $ .25 !f j

Whu use them think. are as good as advertising naturally cant help it. They don't realize Regular Price $2.75 j1

in your' favorite the meaning of "tempus fugit."
.country newspaper Your VacationIf i
?" "V O- These tests developed the fact that J 0

1 women on an average estimate the timeit While Cisterns Are !
7: *.: takes them to perform a given task at you are going to summer school, or planning \ Dry Why Not Check For Cracks?
Sixty :agoa; boy'stole water- a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel
years a

m.elou from an Indiana, farmer. He recently Dr.about Isabel one-half Stewart the actual,who time required'j safer and more At ease if you are sure that the ? A Phone Call To Us \Will Bring The Cement j]1

sent the farmer's! daughter $1. say you carry are protected. Let us assist you
which made with
tests were ,
: i
ing: "I'm on my 'way to heaven, but that procuring this protection by converting your :

melon i i. This is dents, both men and women, said: I travel funds intGAMERICAN- We Also Carry A Stock of
i Complete
blocking my way. per I "Men estimate more accurately.] The I Guttering :0

haps the first instance on record in which I inaccuracies of women imply that time EXPRESS TRAVELERS ti : and Down :

pride in getting away with a watermelon j jW8'4 really seems shorter to women than to CHEQUES Spouts i.0 i

not lifelong.If .
.men. IF THESE checks are ,lost or stolen (un- .
Which recalls the joke of a para- .
countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto .

the courts keep up their work, the grapher who wrote: "Married men do ]11 you. In spending them all-that is necessary is "Your home is ..

Congressional "joint select committee on not live longer; it just seems longer." for you io-sign them a second time in the presence worthy of the best"South :

the disposition of useless papers in the executive I of the one accepting them. 1

departments" will be about the Persons accused of crime in Mary-J -_ FOR SALE BY- Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. l|

tiusieft outfit Washington.. Files which land may be tried by a jury or by a single j i .

have accumulated in connection with the judge, as they prefer. It is said that a j jrr.ijority i Phone 598iL White and Eliza Streets ij
The First National Bank of Key West .
NHA must be sufficient to make several prefer to trust their fate to one S .

trainloads I judge than to a jury of 12. ] .......................:I".I.1.1"...............'.....'...' .......................:


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I ff'Mistzrxozts. % I' I Today In History i:

SPORTS ......................-e

| 1215-Majma Charta signed by
0.y nr.*f.m fto* fectly well what 1 think of all '
br ./ great mrrftc <. 4io. this ) LEY MEMORIAL I King John at Rnnnvmede-origin
.!- m"d Aho if vrv oa.j modern nonsense about girls earning I M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST of English l liberty.
GNp> Kut ker-iil* it complicated ty their own living! CHURCH. SOUTH i CHURCH I
tk* ,art tkat hrr toeaitfty o.rf ravtmlkrr !I -
5.4* <. *a!.. victimised "1 don't want to earn my living I ;' <
f>c Knmrr tk* woman kc IIi: Alison strove to be j Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. Cor. Fleming aad William Street 1389-Battle of Kosyove be-
patient. 1
-/.>a p* a e. bit *. to *r *ter< ii.i ly Church school at 9:45 Church school meets at 9:45a. 1, Lian National Day.
."'...-_..tAcd '".., .Ua.. .Aa* His annoyance faded. suddenly : a. m.,
rraM.. H*. lAroupk '*. (aw Into laughter. -- -- with Ed. R. Curry superinten m. William N. Knowles. superintendent
a, trr 4",. *oorf <. (*. arm of 1 1i I dent The Wesley Fellowship | 1783-(150 years ao) Killed
11 MAJ>: 4.d UU m E. <.. net Acr to do. tVou11 have CARDINAL AND LOCALPLAYERSTO'ji I
14tltlr. plenty Why. Daphne's planning to CUBAN CLUB TEAM Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Bible Class' meets in the pas-!tin balloon accideot-Pilatre de
give dance to I P. Montecino will preach at this tor's study. The pastor is the j Kozier. French phy5ician' and pioi : -

Chapter:! 54 soon aa we 'let bring hack you and out you'll as i .BRAVES DIVIDEDDOUBLEHEADER.1 i LEAVE TOMORROW:!: DEFEATS SERVICE service. teacher. fleer aviator.. i iI in air.1$36Aransas.

BAD NEWS be much too busy playing round I Junior Epworth League meets Morning worship at 11 o'clock.

and amusing yourself to worry : rat 4:00: p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer I I Intermediate Epworth League : admitted to
"ITS to difficult!'" thought Alison I I about work." UNIT LAST NIGHT I I in charge. II III I meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda-I I Statehood.
unhappily. -If I told I (By JOVE)
father tie "But 1 don't want to dance and I Ii Intermediate Epworth League line "Watkins superintendent .1, -
*nlght! n't believe me! And she'd Om Local diamond players who will
amuse myself. meets at 5:00 Mrs. S. J. Young People's League meets
j i PITTSBURGH PIRATES SHUTOUT I p. m. j I 1844-Celebrated patent tawedj
tone way -wriggling: out of I It. "Don't want to.come out and be BROOKLYN -' play two frames of baseball on' the DIAMONDBALL CAME IN SOCIAL 'I Pierce in charge. j|'at 7 p. m. Miss Mary Felton,I Charles for
After all. I can't prove what I saws; t DODGERS; keys with the veterans. and j! Goodyear process olasusanlung
presented? What rubbish! You'll one. LEAGUE PLAYED IN Young People's Department.I i president,
It'a .going": to be my word againshers. love It. All girls do. Dancing and NEW CINCINNATI YORK GIANTS ALSO BLANKS'I i p pSeelaI game t>f diamondball at Homestead BAYVIEW PARK RESULTS IN I meets at 7:00 p. m. Miss Normal j I; Evening worship service at 8 00!i!i' : rn'.ber.lt1OI"Ceneral-.

spending money and having new Monday nights-will: leave over thelhijrhway SCOREOFI5TOS I IB1' I I Yates, president j[o'clock. This service will be con-
And If It came to that. she feltcertain frocks and stuff-what a little goose I l tOmorw.The 8:00''' ducted !i I Slocum" disaster -
Evening worship at : by Young Peoples'
her father would ..re-! 1. l'he I jU*, > I I X'I I i in New York Harbor-1OOO
choose to yon players are: |
NEW YORK June 15. Thesecond ( JOVE) j I I At this hour there will be a song I Mid-week prayer and Bible
believe Daphne Sumers. Was there no way of making him I Griffin c; Casa SalUero. and There dia- women and children tort on Sun-
place St Louis Cardinals. :. was one game I service< study Wednesday at 8 p. m.
"She'd" only say that I'd made It understand,? thought. Alison help .J champions of the baseball world Wickets, pitchers; Joe Hale. Peter, mondball played last night in the !, Prayer and praise service each Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately day School pknic.Today's .
all np. .sbe thought despairingly. lessly. A few months ago. he would Castro, Alberto Aeevedo: '
"Anyway can It be right to telltales hue listened to ller.1'lews.. have and the last place Boston Ifravesj I j Sterling. infielders Capo\ Sevilla.j A. Social League, and in this game Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. .' following the mid-week I.CC e......e...e eee..es I.
taken divided honors in a doubleheader.The ; I Young people's choir practice,: service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- '
? Is It ever right to do wrongrSo them seriously but now Perez. the Cuban Club defeated the
I Rueda. A. Castro. Mj Ace-
Bean City players captured I' each Thursday at 7 m. Miss rector. Horoscope
Impossible to know! She Daphne bad .taught him to think of I p.
only succeed In hurting her father might his daughter as'a child still to be the opening game, 5 to 4. The'' utility\edo, outfielders A. Lunn and; AL C. Gates Rodriguez,! Service te a score-.:.. of 14 to 5. Alice Jenks pianist sCeee..es..............
without doing any good. Perhapsthe treated as a fool! great Dizzy Dean. ace on the ,I ; dja-- Leade 'f' e Alfonaoand : Church choir practice each Friday FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

best way would be to go directto She made one last desperate Cardinals' staff eked oat a 8 to 7 j' mondball pitchers. c.. Club ten.': at 8 p. m. Miss Catherine :' CHURCH A comparative quiet position in
plea. victory in the nightcap. The Red j Pedro Aguilar will accompanyt church pianist life is the lot 01' this person. but
Daphne herself and tell her that and Jo ice boys. .Knowles
.she had been found out? "Let me try It-just for a little Birds obtained 20 hits in ,this con- ,the players as manager ] .1. C. Gekeler Pastor there are read sympathies and
It was stiR early when Alison got while ,anyway. The three weeksyol1're test. i<: The players will return Tuesday Ilt! BaZ and'-A. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Corner of White and Washington perhaps some unsatisfied yearn-
I evening. llei-n. r the Club outfit and ings.. There will be a multitude of
off the 'bus at Knightsbridge. In any : away and see- The Pittsburgh Pirates, fast j i I Streets
case her father would not be at "Sea what?" His anger burst'sud. moving nine of the National loop, i| The Hospitality Dand will also ;' p White Kd Williams of.. the 327 Elizabeth Street t Sunday school meets at '10 a. friends. attracted by the jovial
denly. -My dear. make the trip to furnish music. i Sunday school9:30 a. m. social nature ever ready to chare'
home before fire. She would finish you're being very shutout! the Brooklyn Dodgers in } Service aggregation, starred..,. m. A. C. Elgin superintendent!
off her shopping she decided. try stupid! It'. not like you. AH this their game yesterday afternoon The band will re 20 stronjr. un- 'Sunday morning service at 11 j I! the good things of life. All to-
Score The Adult Bible Class is taughtby
by innings: R. H. E.
-and make up her mind what she nonsense about work! Daphne and the latter team's home der leadership of Prof. Barroso. 'I o'clock. gather It i La: rtrong desirable
most do then. I want you to come with us. andthats The llTOunds.1 1> AH musicians and flayers are requested Service 100 001 012- 5 & 21 Wednesday evening service at J the pastor and will stud the existence.and< .
core was 1 to 0. As Bible teaching concerning "Stewardship. .
But she was still uncertain as to enough. It'. extraordinarily of this victory. and the splitting 6f I I to be at the garage orl Club u 040 050 05x-14 12 4 f F FI 8- o'clock. I ."

what was right when at last she i sweet of her to want you and Idon't the double bill by the Cards and ': transfer corner at 6 a. m. tom orI Batteries: P. White Fricks/No-!.1 I Reading room in Society building Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Finder. The elders will sup
.got .home. think you're behaving too : and Fridays the for the
any row. Tuesdays ply pulpit morning
1 I Braves the Bucs climbed into second j I dine B. Powell and Nodine C. open Sermon "A Prayer for the
in her well. .I'm Afraid It. ; ] :
Sitting own chair by the simply that fro-n 3 to 6 o'clock.MIXED services. This is the first vacation

fire.alone with him. pouring out his :you're jealous and I hate to think I place. .1' ........................ Garcia and Martinez. -. Church." ,._"_ &0""_"_.. .n.,-'.D..__,,':'".. :.u_ _B..m"__"_, _,....._....
Chin* tea. poking the big logs on that!" His anger died .away as It A remarkable feature of yester.day's r Summary; Errors: : Fricks 3, No-'I CLASS I Evening worship at 8 o'clock. will be passed ;in North Caro
Iwajs did in parries was the shutout vic i FOLLOWING\ Sermon "The of the
the Ire to make them blaze as she a few seconds. He Ip : Champion I. .
had done hundreds of times before touched her right hand & ntJy. ] tory of the Cincinnati Reds over ]ithe' : i dine. Koller. Martinez\ 2. M. Es- ______ 1'I Race."
Rev. DeBarritt has served in the
she found It harder than ever to1IIake -Alison! ?" league-leading New York j i quinaldo Tines; struck out: by Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- Mid-week Bible Study Wednesday "

up her mind. She broke from him and fled. I Giants. With just two hits, the ,! THROUGH i iI f White 2, by Nodine' i, by Garcia cino Teachers at 7:30 p. m. I c Mrs.ty for DeEarritt more than and daughter nine year will!.

She could not listen properly to111l Reds were able to shove over two This class meets every Sunday
description of his day. his lunch "I CAN'T bear this! Ill have It out runs while'the Giants obtained II.j I (By JOVE) I 11; baes; on balls: off White., morning at the Harris School auditorium -I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Iioceecl to North Carolina in two

with Daphne and two old friends. 1 with her!" I twice as many safeties and were :,, C C..C C C C C.e..C..C C.I C C IS- off Fricks 4, off Garcia 10; wild at 10 o'clock. Men and i ceka time.SEVENTh.

some gossip he had brought home That was the one idea In Alison's I unable to score. I II f There are a lot of people who I pitches: White 3, Fricks 1. Nodine women not connected with any I Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts.

from the club the latest political mind as she rushed upstairs to her The Phillies defeated the Chi- i: think Pete Pete Nebo' is through.'Il I i I. Garcia 5; time -of game: 1:30; other Bible Class and regardless :I Geo. E. Summers B. D., Pastor r DAT ADVENTIST

scandal; she assented at random room. The thought of being third on I caco Cub 5 to 4. Kowalik did j l but there is one person in. Key ;; umpires: Varela and Gonzalez.j of denomniations are invited tv I Church Sunday -school opens ai I CHURCH
trying to make up her mind to that honeymoon trip of being left the pitching for Chicago with West who has a different idea. I j| attend. 10:00 a. nu, under leadership at

plunge. halt the day with Daphne and with Davis on the mound for the Phil- j I will tell the story briefly: The j'j'I "Gerald Saunders general superintendent (Colored)

'Father--.ahe drew a deep no escape was dreadful. .I other afternoon Pete was at a local'j Standnig of the leaders: SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS I Each department meet Southard Street Between Thomas
breath and got as far as that but Ski-ing and mountaineering had lies.In the American League the I. Club- W. L. in its own assembly room- and Emma Streets
/ cigar store and was having a -
Robert. still chuckling over his last been Alison's hobbles when she was Washington Senators piled a with this certain ;)I Recreation .h....__._._........9 3 1017 Fleming Street Morning worship at 10:4<< William Perkins', Pastor
Joke as he lit a cigar broke la before at.school: the freedom and the lone- up person. __ ......
she lines score of 16 runs to easily defeat After .some heated words. this1 Cuban Club .....___ 10 4 R. T. Sawyer. Teacher o'clock. G. Williams Missionary Leader
"By could the finish.way. did Daphne tell you a mystic the streak high peaks In her appealedto nature. the Chicago White Sox. who obtained particular fellow said (to his sor-| Bible study, Friday 7:30 p. m. I Evening; worship service at II Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
I tallies. The Recreation ten has two: Sabbath service 10:30 a. m. o'clock. o'clock.
about our new planr She had found In those 11 row) : "Why, Pete. you are ::
expedition The New York Yankees I more games to play. One game; W. S. Eakins will conduct the Church services 11 o'clock in
Alison pulled herself together some things she had always continue :. through; ; you are washed up.
with a Jerk. wanted. peace to straighten to set the pace in the young. { Pete resented the remark andpave will take place Tuesday againstthe I SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH [ morning service and Sam B. Pin- the morning.Y. .
Garage outfit and another on der will preach at the evening P. M. V. S. meeting, 6:30)
"No. As a matter of fact. I missed out her tangled Ideas and to know er circuit when they defeated the! the guy a short!! left hook to
her this afternoon. herself and her aims. St. Louis Bro"ns.yt'eterday after- : the ehin-and that was all it was Ito Wednesday night with the Service Corner Duval and Eaton Streets I worship hour.Epworth o'clock p. m.

Was he going to ask why? For a The light and color of those wide noon. De hong and :Malone were j it-the fellow was knocked out team. This will give them the, Sunday i League meeting at Prayer meeting every Wednesday -

second she held her breath. landscapes In summer the utter sl- on the mound. j: cold. From now on that certain necessary 14 games.In Morning Prayer 6:45: a. m. I 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins. night at '1:'JO p. m.

"Oh"ou haven't seen her then?" lence of the snow and the thin cold The Boston Red Sox went to j Key Wester -will not think Pete : the second game Tuesday Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Mid-week prayer and praise

"No. air In winter enchanted her and had I vcitory over the Detroit Tigers. is through. J night the Bayview Parkers will Mass for the Church School. service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. SAINT PETER'S CHURCH

"Ob. we settled everything; at formed a secret joy to which she last year's American League pennant -| t tackV- the Admirzietration boys.In 9:30 a. m. -

lunch!" Robert was pleased to be could look forward during the dull- winner behind the fine!) Mario Pen he will!) not\' the nightcap Wednesday night.,I Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m.] m.Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- (Colored)

able to break the news himself head est term. The notion of sharing her pitching of Hockett and H. John-t I i make the with says the local the Lighthouse crew will meet the Evensong Prayer Sermon ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Center Street. Between Petomia
rather a childish love of being particular escape will Daphne was ; i trip r'ay-j Garage outfit II Benediction 8 p. m. Sawyer organist; Gerald Saunders and Olivia

the first and he did not notice All. abhorrent eon.With :Mahaffey on the slab, the.' ers because he does not like the] i Week DaysMorning I II choir director. Mass, 8 a. m.
son's expression of relief. "She'd get nerves and scream ferry ride. But if we pay: his way |
I Prayer 6:45 a. m. Solemn Evensong and Benedic-
Philadelphia Athletics
'She and I were talking things I'm sure she would! She'd stick triumphed!:on the train, he will think it over, i VACATIONBIBLE. t Sacrament
over the Cleveland Indians. The'!' Mass. 7 a. m. CHURCH OF GOD tion of the Most! Blessed -
over" be -went on cheerfully "and somewhere and expect me to lug he says. 1 1
Evening Prayer 5:30: p. 7 m.
in this p.
score to 4.
"we both feel that there's no real her down and then tell father thatwasn't The summaries game: was a j SCHOOL FORMED A second Mass! on Wednesdays! 1106 Olivia Street Church school 8 a. m.
reason why should wait whole 1 kind! She'll probably turn :' I
we a NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 Joe Medina\ resented !being called 9a.m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m
liz weeks to married.I up in high-heeled kid slippers
get was waiting a Duke. He is a Baron and a.,
3:30 Service
school m. Week-Day
First Came I Sunday p.
because your aunt wouldn't be though Alison rebelliously. "And : Ra}-bi. Alright Joe, we will call ,!I
I. service 1:15 and Thurs
Vacation Bible Mass
back from India to look after you whatever happens now I shall always At Boston R. II. E. Baron hereafter. 'j jI METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday night on Tuesday
but Daphne says that she would think of her kissing that St. Louis ... 4 10 2 you held at the Wesley CHURCH. SOUTH I o'clock. day at 7 a. m.
much rather that yon came with us." man!" Bo!"ton ... 590: I I I Hottse. 1106 Varela street! beginning Evangelistic service Wednesday Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -

"On your honeymoon All All.son's She did not go downstairs again. Batteries: Walker, Haines I I I I hate to tell you but Jack : :Monday. Jane 17. The sesSions "EL SALVADOR" I 7:15 p. m. at 7:30 p. m.

anxious thoughts; were scattered She could not face her father until IIeuer! and D.ivis; Cantwel. !, Ben-| Mathews and Quintan Lopez are will be conducted each 'Corner Grinnell and Virginia Prayer and praise service Fri- Confessions: After the Wednes-

by this bombshelL She staredat she had made up her mind what ton and Hogan. I going to the keys v.ith the local I morning. xcertinc Saturday and Streets jday. 7:30 p. m. Teachers meet- day evening service.

her father blankly. abe was going to do. She lingered I -- boya. I wonder if they will be ,I Sunday from 9 to 12 o'clock. (Services in Spanish) I.Ing.

I In her own room pretending to read Second Came'" able to find their way back? QUin-1, There will be classes in sewing: Sunday school, 10 a. m. I NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

YES.He laughed rather shyly. while ahe thought deeply. Yet when At Boston R. II. E.St .. tan and Jack had better 'I woodwork stories. games! music Preaching 8 p. m. i LaSs MUtiea ,

not a young couple. my the housemaid came up to layout Louis ._... 8 20 1 :ccmpass with them. and a ,ERA class for older girls., :Mothers'! Club meets Monday I Services Sundays, Tuesday and (Colored)

dear to be romantic about that. She her dress for the evenlag she seemedno Boston .._. 7 12 1 AH children boys ,?nd rirls, 8p.m. i Thursdays conducted by Rev A. T. McCaskill. Pastor

aays you'd enjoy It. Daphne,thinks "nearer a decision Batteries: J. Dean and D*?;, ''Iz'zy Weintraub: haa a wrist I from 6 to 15 years of age are 'requested -,, Bible study and prayer serviceWednesday .I Charles E. Lazo. }I. A. Moreno. Recording Steward

Ifd be great fun baring yotf with anything. '*, morefunnGuy lancey; Betts. Smith. CantlIi"I 1 watch with a green gUra lace and to join the classes,, .,", 8 p. jn. Sunday school 9:30 a. nu Mrs. M. A.. Moreno Secretary
had: said. And surety this
her while rm was '
playing with toy botanical : i I Sunday school 9:30a.: m.
Brandt and Hoan. Mueller. he was pulling for James J. Brad-
collection. You see we're funky? For Daphne to change all 1 I ,i'I'dock the other night; Green forJan i...................... I "LA TRINIDAD" CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday service 11 ,.u m.
her the of the
plans on moment I
decided to go to ''Spain now. the chance her arrangements spur for aioneynooB' -At Brooklyn R. H;E.i; Irishman catch it? I hope the CLASSIFY!) -Rcva. L. Oser and Montero. Evening worship, 7 o'clock.

Southern deira. Pyrenees. Instead of .Jota-". ? trip to Madeira aid In.isIonaL I I Pittsburgh ...._. 1 3: iO.'Babbidoesn't i get bold of this, ; : Pastors I I 527 William Street .
) "I. think you'd td feel lore horribly that.. *In. .' the\ third person .conftag otrt Brooklyn ._...._+ 0 So->> -I\ lzzy- It will be too .bad. I. : i I Duval' and Angela Streets -E. Richard Evans Pastor BETHEL A. M. K.::: CHURCH

way.1:) Alison with them to Spain!,' ..* -** Batteries;:.Sri'1 and. Padden;,I --- COLUMN ,. Sunday school t p. m. i Sunday school 9:45 a. m. .
could the a..p-
not* keep *
sheer "It's not that she wants me." Clark and L rez. l i "ecreatlon :''i __ ,!, U' 1 Serv4o*<:4. .Spanish.iFxidayJ: at _iloxniag .JrOf ip. at 11 OQ.e1odc1Sam. (Colored) .'
dismay out of her voice. : Ray Curry of the .. ......... .
Alison with C .e..e ee e e 7 30 B. Pinder will conduct thisservice. Corner Division'and' Thd'lnu Sts.
bought conviction. I p. m. ,
Nonsense! How could yon be In At New York II. K. department the FERA. was at
the way? We both want )'ou.He She doesn't like me a little bit. R. the Country Club da.tce last night, I ROOMS H. R. Hill pastor
Cincinnati .. _.
2 2 0
patted her shoulder. Sb. may put that over with father. h. CATHOLIC CHUKCH Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m Father please honestly. rd It doesn't go down with me!" New' York .-.. 040 the Mardi Gras to you sponsored I: "THE 1UNRO"-Rooms $2.00 I I Evening :worship. 8 Preaching, 11 a. m.

rather not!" It came out with a "We settled everything at lunch." Batteries: Derringer and Campbell I by hope the Recreation that Mr.Department Carry: found and $2.50 and $3.00 per weo'c, St. Mary's Star of the Sea I i William !Cullingford will o'cJOCk'l I Junior A. C. E. League meet

rush. I'd much rather stay in the he had said. What had made her ; Chagnon. Al Smith and Dan- Double and Single. 128' N. E. Rev. Wra. Reagan S. J., thw &emu. at 5:39 p. m.
house alone. if Aunt EmIly Isn't change? Not that kiss then. In the nine. his way home alright. Ray keep 4th street Miami Fla. in charge .i Wednesday evening at 8:00: Senior A. C. E. League meetsat

back In time!" basement at FuIham. Something i I this column in case you get lost; jnay24-lmox I -Order of service for this ''o'eJock. midweek service. 6:15: p. m.
At Philadelphia R. II. E. the next dance attend at theCountri
had happened before that you !I
1 thought you'd be pleased. church Evening service 8 m.
Could this new motive have I Chicago .._..- 4 11 2 Club: and follow these directions I
Robert looked upset and very hurt.. anything I FOR REN1 Sunday morning Masses!! will be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Weekly Services
to do with Guy? But'the but I Philadelphia __ 580 : Leave the Country Club
-I-1 think its of bothto I Class
sweet you I said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. Tuesday 7:30 p.: m..
want withan ler had said distinctly that he had I Batteries: Kowalfc and Hart- :| by the only road ont there; pass B1CYCLERENT: by the
me. She that out
got choir
Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. Eaton Street Between Duval and Friday 7:30 p. m. re-
effort given no name. so It couldn't be net; Davis and Wilson. the railroad tracks when you get Hour, Day or Week. Repair I "
service at 1:30 o'clock heanaLRUSSELL'S
Evening Siraonton Streets
that! I to them. not before then will all makes and paint them with
"We do ; you
want you. Surely that'senough I
1 1I Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOStAL James S. Day Pastor 1 I
One thing Alison felt LEAGUE ,
?" There was a note of annoyance sure of- i AMERICAN be on the highwaycross the Ku-EnameL We. carrv a full. .
TtihT Sohiinl at 9:45. a. m.Captain
In his voice now. something had made Daphne change I At Chicago R. H. E.:i bridge, yes, by all; means cross supply of parts. Agent for the -' -

"But I'd rather stay here." In her her mind. It was no mere whim for': Washington .._..-.._......16 17 Oj;,|; the bridge; keep walking straight Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. MISSION I O. T.' Pogue, superintendent. -I

despair. Alison plunged. "I-I wantto I\aphne\ Burners was not the type of Chicago .?.-.....-.?_11 20 Z\\, ahead, turn with the road and And sell them as low as $5.00 .
talk to yon about that'Ton see person who acts without some deep Batteries: RDsse Bean. Linke then you win he on Roosevelt down and $1.00 per week. We 909 Olivia Street Rev. C. A. Cox supply puWr'l

rye been thinking things ot and 1' motlvi. The .more ahe considered and Bolton. Redmond; Fischer. Boulevard; teei going until: Ton Boy and Sell all makes of used Win. Skondeen Pastor will preach both morning and evening {
It. the more Alison mistrusted this services at this church daring,
think I want to take up some work. Salve!'on, Tietje. Wyatt and Sew- hit Bayview Park; when you get Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. Sunday morning worship 11 :
sudden change'of}dan. the absence from the city of Rev.
"Work? What on earth for My ell, Shea. to the first tra.Hc light: keep goIng Stowers company 615 Duval o'clock.
dear child doa't be ,so' sillyi"! Ha 1 t'epyviglt' II II,s-wlyn K. vrtacajIng I: i .. fr =if yo'i torn to the irht I street apr9-tf Sunday school for all, 3:30 : Day.Morning
was worship at 11 .'clock.Stbject .
quite heated."There's no earthly .. At. Louis R. 11. will Smith's Barbecue m. sen-I
St. E.J
.AI. is trapped, wIthettt kMw. :: you come across -i CIGAR STORE0
reason tw work. You know pereeeeeee .... "'*nOy.dier. New York ..._.- 492 i i and at that boor he will be FURNISHED APARTMENT.electric Sunday night evangelistic : "Consecration.

-- ._--. -- -- St. Loui! ..._._____.3 10 0 closed!! ; when ou come to a corner i.I ice box. Archie Thompson, ice 7U5 o'clock. I The Baptist Training Uk

................ diplomat, 'g vernor of Colorado -J Batteries: Deshong:, Malone and : with a barbecue stand and a liD-1'' 1001 Eaton street Phone 879-J.; Tuesday 7J.5 p. m, prayer and I meets at 7 o'clock. -

I Territory born at Steuben-]] Jcrgens; Glenn; Cain and Hemsley. --; inc station oneach aide of ,I may241moxiPIANO praise service. j Evening worship .t 8 o'clock.

Today's rule Ohio. Died in Chicago,.i t tI : 1 turn to the right and go down six TUNING ; Friday 7:15 p. ou, fellowship Subject other: "The regular Holy Spirit"AH services will Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

Sept 9, 1909. j blocks and another half of a block meeting.
Anniversaries I JI be carried on during the week. Wire
Saturday 2:30 m-. boys' and
I At Detroit R. H. E.1 and you will ea bg: display of PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo. p.

........................ 1.835--(100 years ago) Adah Boston .-...-_--__ 9 11 cars; there is your home; if reno. Excellent piano for sale girls' church. TRINITY PRESBYTERiAN o

1805 John AI. Henri Mil I Isaac Menken among the coun I Detroit .-.._._--_ 8 17 4, yon cannot get tip the stairs just cheap. 1018 Division street CHURCH COME IN AND GET THE
waukee's Roman try's' most colorful aetrewes.! .:.orn 1I Batteries: Hockett. H..Johnson.i; lay there and the milkman 'will!1 m23-lmo THE SALVATION ARMY
Catholic prelate.
born in Switzerland, Died Fept near New Orleans. Died in Paris. Grove and R. Terrell; Hatter Bul- take you up when he comes J! (C.lored) RESULTS OF THE

7, 1881. Aug. 10, 1868.1843EdW'ard. llvan. Hosr!=ett SorreH and Hayiworth. j around. If you are too sleepy to j I FEMALE HELP Captain Vemon W. Walker Officer 717 Shnonton Street MAJOR BASEBALL

I < read this then let someone read in Charge Rev. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor LEAGUES

1820-Charges H. Smith {"Brn Grieg. famed it for you but anywa % carry theseI I ADDRESSVELOPES at home. 1002 "Fleming Street The Rev DeBarritt, D. D.. win

Arp"). Geor/1&1' noted humoristand I Norwegian composer of manic, At Cleveland R. H. E.* instructions to your-next c1a j I sparetime; .$5 to $15 weekly. Company meeting (Sunday Jean for NOrth ,Carolina next o

author. i ii rn at Lawrenceville.I born. Died Sept. 4. 1907. Philadelphia -.._ S 6 OJ the Country-Crab. r Expetience unnecessary. .,Ikigniied school). 9:45 a. BS. Monday and will return for the CIGARS. CIGARETTES,

Ga. Died inl\ Atlanta Aug. 24,t Cleveland __...__ 4 11 li I i / wo k. ,,Send stamp for par Holiness meeting. 11 a. m. first Sunday in August. SOFT: DRINKS,

1903. { 185C.-.Edward Channnhr. *>is_ Batteries: Mahaf fey. Dietrich?! Poaltrymea says eggs laid ticulars.' HAWKINS;; Jtept Young People's Legion -4:30 During his absence the evening ETe.T .

|I I Itorian. born in ostoTl.- Died and Berry; Pearson,' Hudlin and sprier keep better in cold st ra Int .98,. Box 75. Hammond. lad. J P. m j tervieewin be conducted JI,..

.1833ard M. MeCook, sol--, there Jan. 7, 1931. PjtUk than tbooo produced in .woai r. '- junl5-ltx Eveningservice, 8 o'clock. Messrs. CaMfflsford, Eakhte, Beu


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Very Enjoyable Dance ON NEW SHOESA t ,

special purchase of several AFTERNOON BY WEL- !
At Country Club Last Night FRIENDS OF_ JOSE LUCEZ WHO hundred pairs of new summer 4 J TERS' i
shoes have been received at The
Store of Fashion this week and Sale
Revelry ran high at' the Key George Mills White acted as Bargain
CONTRIBUTED TO TAKE placed on sale, for today and Monday : f .
West Country Club last night master of ceremonies during the These are the latest in summer I Welters' Cornet Band win render '

when the recreation departmentof floor 1 show,' and sang two num- CARE OF EXPENSE footwear and are of the I I the following concert in Jackson On All Wines
the Key West Administration
bers inaugurate the entertain- highest quality mat :fals. Square Sunday afternoon.
sponsored a script nce. The af-s Monday will be dollar day atAppelrouth's I In Stock
ment June 16. at 4:30:
the program.
fair was considered one of )k Jose Lucez "Bilongo," who died and in today's advertisement ... .
in- i iI
Other numbers America:
liveliest ahd most enjoyable held. | presented I Imported and Domestic
Wednesday morningwts
prac- there can be found
in the city in .soma time. I.icladed Gerald Pinder, tap dancing tically without funds. many of the items priced at $1.00for I March "Bear Cat"-C. II. IlufI -;
Lois Norman singing
Two orchestras floor show, ; I fins. .
To defray the expenses of his the Monday event.MONDAY .
and countless souvenirs helped to numbers; Curry Harris and Lillian funeral and other incidental Selection "Dawn in the Forest"R. :! Barbecue Sandwiches
make the evening an enjoyableone. Goehring offering a waltz num-
items. Virginio Mendoza and Ar Rat. C. Jarrett. j
Shortly after midnight the ber;Janice Lewis presenting vocal mando Bermudez formed a com- SALE a I I March. "Community Spirit -i:
souvenirs noisemakers, comic I I selections, and Avery Johnson of- mittee and solicited funds from Holtsbergs store today lists a .d III. C. Miller. |
and masquerade masks tambourines -,[ fering several numbers on his among the many friends of the number of specials to be placedon Fox Trot "111 String Along' 5c
and other paraphernaliawere musical saw and vocal selections. deceased, securing enough to 1.1&1.! Monday. Before doing I With You"-Warren and Dubni. !;
distributed to the guests.1'j Mrs Lewis and Mr. White brought Overture "Czarina"-F. G.!
liquidate the bilL Mr. and Mrs. your Monday shopping it will be kI ,
Earlier refreshments had been the program to a close with two t- I Rathbun. j!
Ramonin agreed to make up any well worth while to read this ad- +
served. J I vocal duet numbers.Mr. deficit. vertisement. TIA'l"S a pretty tall drink for the March, "Lights Out"-F. E.'
----.- -- I Collections were: Among the many Monday spe- young man In the high chair. McCoy. 11
i Cheche Perez Coto ..............$2.00 cials: Mr. Holtsberg has listed are nut the doctor says. It's good for Serenade, "Dreamland"-Chas. PLAZASANDWICH

Enjoyable Event Pythlan Circle I Jesus Gomez ......._......._....---. 2.00 such items for lady and children him. It's natural pineapple Juice, Southwell SHOP
At Cuban ClubA Holds Meeting I Armando Gal1 -o ...___.._... 2.00 that is neededflllb ryday use.Pearlniaus and the little guzzler has turned the downa reputation Finale. "The York .
........ 4-a of never having F. Crumlin. 'ireillen"I'c.
[ Happy Day Cafe _...... 2.00 drink of IL 503 Duval Street
N'eedlccraft Jose Pecador .....-..-............ 2.00 Of coarse he gets his spinach Star Spangled Banner. ,:
large assemblage of friends The Pythian Sisters. I Pedro' Cafe ........__..-.. ..... 2.00 P 'Co.I.y. too. but he'll tell you It's the pineapple Curb Service
and members of the Kappa Pi I Club met at the home of Mrs. I Jose Maria Mesa ...__...L... 2.00 shop, Juice that gives him the appe- Sub;'tI ribe... fo. The Citizen .
Club gathered at the Cuban Club ladies'and tite for tbe things that are good I I
after. offers reduc HV
Corinne Jerman Thursday Lopia Felix Varela ._ ... 2.30 great *
i n. which he doesn't like
for him but
Thursday night to join the organiZation -I noon. The early part ef the afternoon Pedro Rodriguez m_....._....... 1.00 misseV shoes t JJFy"s' buyers to welL suet -" "'""*
in celebrating the return in sewing, after [ Antonio Rivas .._..__........... 1.00 See the advertisement in Tbe young man in tbe hlgb chairIs I 'KEY WEST 1
was spent
of two charter members Henry Ramon Prada _._.._...a..._. 1.00 this issue. shown In company with some of COLONIAL HOTEL
Renedo and Delio Cobo who Decently -i which, delicious refreshments were I Jesus! Fernandez _.........._..... l.g0 On Monday there will be a sale tbe hundreds of babies In Philadel-
returned home fob j their students 1 served. Perfecto Cabelo ....---.......... 1.00 on dress goods and special reductions of phia natural who are pineapple enjoying Juice tbe through benefits adviser of the clinic. Is enthusiastic In the Center&iPSP of :lrJ"B1i;:ess' SaleSaturday
summer vacation. Both. are Those attending were Mesdames I' Bernmo Sanchez; _..__:..M..l'OOI on dresses for ladies' the courtesy of a women's organization tn his praise of pineapple juice In and Theater District Shoe

at the University Flor- Arnold) Key C. C. Brown; William I Juan Lopez ........__............ 1.00Menocal misses. and children. in which Mrs. J. Hampton the "baby's" diet. The juice which I
ida at Gainesville. \ __ .. ...... 1.00 7. --- Moore wife of the Mayor is one of was presented to the clinic Is .
-- First Cla.FireprfS..ihl. -
Sands, W. P. Archer, Lawrence tbe recognized as a good source of
the leaders. Tbey presented
The affair was a most enjoyable _._..__ 1.00 ( and Monday Only)
Julio de
Dr I
valuable vitamins minerals
Higgs, Jr.. Harry Roberts, Le- ARONOVITZ DEPT STORE juice to the Baby Welfare Association : Rale
event. John Pritchard's or- Aquilino Lopez ..___.:... 1.00 which conducts free clinics: and has received the seal of acceptance NEW SHOES
McDonaldand )
.rhestra furnished music for danc- land Sawyer, Constance I Constantino Diaz: _._...'". 1.00 D. Aronovitz Department Store throughout tbe city. of the American Medical COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI ON *
ing. Corinne Jerman. Delmonico .......__...t.___.... 1.00 carried an advertisement in to- Dr. Leon Caplan. chief medical Association. JUST IN

Next week the club: will meetat Joan Farto _........m_._........... 1.00C. day's paper that should interest --- -.. ------ -- Garag-o ElevatorPopular i
Church Group the home of Mrs. Lawrence Jiminez ......__._.._....... 1.00 every member of the family as its' Price :: $1.95
lliggs, it is stated. .. contains specials from all de i I Nicu DC Barcy of Drummond,I Il
Luis Gonzalez .......-r._.... 1.00 FERRY BRINGSIN --- I
Enjoys Outing ] Jose F..spinola .._.._............. 1.00 partments. Okla., 56-pound-midget son of the
Pythian SistersTo Rafael Fernandez _.............. 1.00 Beautiful dresses for ladies arc I late "bearded )lady," Madame Si- I Smart styles in the sum-
Members of the Young Peo- Hold MeetingThere Hilario Ramos S. B----------- 1.00 listed at special Monday prices. PINEAPPLESFerry dunia, recently celebrated his fiftieth mer season's newest

ple's Service League of St. Paul's Angelito Rojo __.__.._... 1.00 Extra fine quality men's shirts! i t birthday. patterns -
Church enjoyed a weiner roast on Feliciano Castro ,. 1.00 are being featured at attractive JoePearlman'sInc. ;I
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South Beach Thursday evening. will be a meeting of the Pedro So"a! ...........__._..-... 1.00 I figures. I Twigs from 17,000 elm trees See Wind w Display
During the evening various Pythian Sisters held on Monday Antonio Otero ..._n.m .50 Palma of the F. E, C. suspected of being infected with "QUALITY SHOP""A

games were played. Delicious re- evening at their headquarters, Juan Cara'allo ..._....... .501 I Carry Ferrv company arrived yesterday ; Dutch elm disease have been inspected Complete Ladies' Store"Afain i $ DOLLAR SALE $
freshments were served. beginning at 7 o'clock accordingto Jesus! Torreno __..._.._._.... .60 I SALE ON WINES afternoon from Cuba with during the last year. SHOES ON SALE MONDAY

announcement made today. Martinez ......._.._...._..._ .50 ,' Plaza Sandwich Shop is overstocked 18 carloads of pineapples, 6377 I I I SATURDAYIf
Dance Tonight There will be a flag day program Eujtenio Chavez ___.._. .53 with wines both imported cutes; one car of tile one of I i i you want cood-lookinjr 2 piece Flowered Batiste

and other events making up Francisco Rivas ...._._...- .50 and domestic, and is offering a tankage, 184 sacks of mail, bag-: LIFE'S TOO SHORT! I I SHOES at Low Prices-visit I Pajamas... ._.for... Ladies. .
At Local ClubHabanaMadrid the evening's entertainment and BernardoGarcias- _._.._... .50 'special sale on these this week. gage, five empty cars and three : our store. White Pumps, Oxfords pair $1.00
the public is extended an invita- Chico .._......_...._...__.__ .50 I However, the biggest bargain at passengers. i I to worry with an old wornout I and Ties; Brown Club will sponsor tion to attend. Un Amigo ........____ .50 the Plaza is the five-cent barbecue Freighter Ozark. of the Clvde- : battery I White Oxfords and Pump. I and 2 pieces, on "..Ie. 1.00

a big dance tonight at 10:30 Alvarez .............._.._.__ .50 I sandwich which the entire Mallory Lines, arrived in port last I II But you'll find GOOD- ,.I values sale to....$3.00. ... ,.... .. OO Q-f QQ I:I, Ladies' Silk Coolie Coats,
o'clock.! : nished by the Habana-Madrid or- l\Iexicano ............___a..._... .50 I town is talking about, the management evening at 6 o'clock. After discharging I YEAR and HOWARDBATTERIES on on sale .. _..._.m 1.00
Music for the affair will be fur- chestra. Centro Astoriano _.-_.__ .50 i states. I and taking freight the I I I SALE ON DRESSES I Ladies' Dresses in Batiste,
._. Rafael Ync1an __... .50 I ---- vessel! sailed for Miami and Jacksonville. MONDAY Voile and Klaxon
I i ; sizes
I San Martin _..___.._... 50 i AUTO ANTI-RUST II I 1 Long I i 14 to 52 ........... .. _._ 1.00
..._._..._._....... .50 I 1 I PHONE OR VISIT Us yards of 20c and 25c t

I :::::PERSONAL: : : ::MENTIONMrs. : : ::::: Chemi Ross Cafe Sawyer Tomasito Navarro .._._.__..L-.m....__.... .50.50 I I featuring Ackerman an Service exclusive Station anti-rust is Today's. e.f..e. o Birthdays.i ; ;;!II Colonial Service Station rl500 Plaids., on.'laxonDeauti sale Figures at and- }I I; 40 5 yards inch .White..u.........Batiste... : 1.00

.. ...... product guaranteed to protect 50c Printed Flaxons 7 yard 1.00
---------------------- - Ramon Cues1. ......_. .50 yards ._ .. :
Jack Maloney and son were .-a-n Mrs: I. N. Meltzer came I Armando Machin ____.....-. 50 I auto fenders and bodies from ooooooooooooeoooooooooooMme. II Clarence Crusoe Phone 397 m- I i Printed Chiffon Voile

arrivals yesterday from Miami and in on the morning train yesterdayfor I: Molina ..._........_........._.. .50 ever rusting. I Ernestine Schumann II ; 4 yards ...,....... ... ... l.OO
will be guests of relatives and a short visit with Mrs. Melt- Tomas Fernandez .___............ .25 I I Ileink of Coronado, Cal., famed I 1 25c Printed.Voiles. 3 yards ,...dainty......... patterns 59c- I All-Over Lace for Dresses,
friends, for a few days. zer's mother, Mrs. Charles Curtis,I I Gago. ..................-......... .25 .i PREPARE FOR RAIN ringer, born in Austria, 74 )'earsago. I I t 39c value Printed Organdies, i all colors, 2 yards 1.00
at the home, Simpnton and Caroline 1 I Cele5tino Garcia _.....___... .40 South Florida Contracting and I! D. ARONOVITZ 4 yards ........ ............ $1.00 Eyelet Batiste, all colors,
Gaithen Adams left on the afternoon streets. I 1! Cipriano Gardina _..--.;..... .25 I. Engineering Company advises I II I I 35c White Dotted Swis. s.i 2 yards u..............._ ..... 1.00
train yesterday afternoonfor Jose Portela" .-.----.-....... .25 home and owners to I Mahina\ Hoffman (Mrs. Samuel 1 "'i Key Wot' Only Complete i 3 yards .__ ..._,..."'.. 69c Ladies Silk Night Gowns,
Islamorada where he will join Miss oldie Lewinsky! student I I Manella .._ ... .....m.....1.00 I for rain property which "won't prepare belong" I B. Crimson) of New York; sculptor I Department Store :. 35c Embroidered Voiles, at ; each .. _.._ m._....... .. 1.00
his father and spend a vacation. at Florida State College for Women ... ....-...-. ... 2.91 I' born there, 48 years ago. 3 yards ..._.._..-...u...... 69c Ladies' Dance Sets .. 1.00Ladies'
'I : coming. i .. .. I SHEER FIGURED VOILE 39c Woven Seersucker ....:. 29c
arrival the Havana
en was
an 1 1I Pocketbooks
Oscar Garcia left on the after- Special yesterday to spend the'I ESPECIAL I. cial This) prices company on slate is roofing featuring in Mary E. Dillon, president of the i; and DRESSES--they dressy as look Georgette as fine, I 35c 4 yards Striped......- Cordettes. ...._., $1.00 at out ..._... newest 1.00Everything
noon train yesterday for a visit summer holidays with her parents eral different grades and 'pe-I I Brooklyn N. Y., Borough Gas : each- ,i Ladies' Rayon Panties m... 25c in the Store Reduced
in Miami and after a vacation of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewinsky.Miss II i Company: born in New York 50 i I Pure Silk Panties ........ .. 49c .I
I for
: Monday
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a few weeks will return. I GOSPEL HALLSpecial years ago.Mattison. I i 2-piece Batiste Pajamas $1.00 '
Edwin Trevor, manager of the 1 Mr, and Mrs Victor Moffat left I Colonial Service Station of I B. Jones of Los Angeles :, Another shipment of TRAVEL ALL DRESSES -THE-
Columbia Steam Laundry left yesterday yesterday to join her I I : which Clarence Crusoe is proprietor lawyer and Baptist le:1der.1 DRESSES just received. /
afternoon for a brief visit ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. meetings are now being: maintains a complete battery l born at Tuttle, Ky., 66 years ago. I I Some with and without Special redaction. OB all I :i
in Miami and at Islamorada.) I at Marathon and proceed to Asheville !; i'II conducted at the Gospel Hall. 720 service. Day or night this I i ii jackets, each$4.95 Child rea'. Silk DroMe Cil,'* Leading Ladies Store
N. C.. where they will spend. :. Southard street by a Scotch company'stands ready to serve William McFee ofV tfNJrt; TO S7.95 I Special redaction om all
Mrs.I IL, B. Boyer and -',granduphter. the summer months. 1 evangelist the man with a message I local auto owners 1.i Conn., novelist, born Jn/Englan!I, I II Children' Shoes J I I I r I. APPELROUTH
(* Mrs. Rosalind\ Palmer, 1 for Saints, i it is said. I 54 years ago. I Ii Largest assortment of MASH J ij
who were spending a week in'Miami }( &..L. T. Bragassa, who has II The Lord's Day, erecial subjectof : MATERIALS in town. All i ,,_
returned over the East Coast been making her home in Gainesville baptism its mode and only AUTO REPAIRING I i The average daily vehicle *at reduced prices. We show I I --Vi- -. --,.... -
yesterday. ..r.: arrived yesterday, 'accompanied scriptrre formula, is the programfor i The repair department of Trevor -1 I density per mile of staVe1' hrjjh-I (t only Wash the Material best .and latest-in !
"\ f by her daughter] Miss Sunday. .. and Morris\ Inc. does lepair ways in California is .1,572 cars. .I II f -
I '
Captain V.: W.: Walker Sal Helen and will remain for a whileas I Baptisms will be held on North work at prices that you ,can afford BEAUTIFUL WASHABLE

tion Army left yesterday a-I I guest of her son and daughter- Beach at 4:30 o'clock.: to pay, says the advertisement -!i TRIPLE SHEER in both TREVOR & MORRIS Inc.
noon over the East Coast for j in-law, Mr.\ and Mrs. Anthony Eral There will be services Monday, in this issue. Only.: genuine fight and dark $1 00 :
Petersburg to attend a convention gaf."a, inthe Trevmor apartments. Ti esday and Wednesday evenings, ford parts are used. I HOLTSBERG'SMonday I 1 groundsyard uu ,
of bands of the army to be participated -!I l.! --- i and everyone is invited to attendall I,
in by bands from Georgia Carl Bervaldi chairman of the : of these services. I Another sale on SHEER
board commissioners; I I SPECIAL MEETINGS Sale t ; Auto
and Florida. of county Hall VOILES Expert Repairing
i Gospel
who was attending a meeting of,. I I Conducted By Scotch per yard .. .. .. _._.. I I Ii
Mrs, Benjamin; Stirrup and son,I I chairmen of commissioners from PALACE '
left for Norfolk.', seats in the state, at Tallahassee 'I Evangelist Japanese Silk $( "| 00\ I
Bobby yesterday county I SHOES-Xew Summer line for i and
Chas. Butterworth-Una Mierkcl .. i Painting
: ALL DURING COMING Kimona ....... ..
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Va., where they will spend a while returned yesterday, accompanied -in- J Men. Women and Children
as guests of Mrs. Stirrup' broth by William V. Albury,I Baby Face Harrington WEEK Flaxons and nroad10 I I at Popular Price- I

er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs.I attorney for the Monroe county I Two Comedies and Cartoon I cloth ," .. __ ..... : MEN'S SHIRTS-Extra fine : AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY

W. V. Palmer. board. I Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c .>......._.tlle''. Leading H...." .Sport Linens, | ( quality, special each- I ,'

--- --- I 1 I THE SEMINOLE yard ----.......+.._--..._... .15cSolid I $1.00 $1.50 $1.95
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1' r.JjT.Ar..I'.4T.lI'.AT.I'AT..IlT.AfT.I/T.AT.lI color Piques, 20C : !i Only Genuine FORD Parts Used"Oldest

GI yard ..._.._..___.____ ___.... Large assortment of MEN'S

I tiew White Shoes, '$1.95'8Jx90 TROUSERS good values II? i Continuous FORD Dealer in the. W..ld"I

parr ..._ ; Sl.OO UPI I I
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.................................... ... 3 FACTS I II Zipper each Dresses_......:.._..... $1.00 I
ABOUT YOUR EYES! I ......._....11... rforMn J I. Hoodwinked'Don -
... Linen Shorts i be
CHAS.'B. .ni\tIU .a.t ,
For Sole 1. Although the human,eye I A human home-like institution each ..._.._....___..m..... 50c
is a delicate instrument it will here you will find ymtr IndivMnaleoaifort I ,
serve long and well when properly Oo4 ........1..... a matter All-Over Lace for Dresses, the ACCEPTINGY" MrrATlONSBe
.. .. ; cared for. of great Importance.A $1.00 grade, 69
Ih _..__... ..... c
2. A person's eyes should a..f fireproof ..114... heated per yard To get the original I Davis 100% part Paint
have periodic examinations to I. the heart of the elly Mallinson's Printed = sum to MADE IN BALTIMORE. nan rfj

correct faulty vision before it Chiffons. yard ...... ... 95 c j look forthis Davie 100% Pure shunt hi* often'ken aWIr"
5 Bundles for is too late. Every Room with C.Llnation Tub f s imitated,bat. never oophntea1.Drii :::=;:..
5c I laud. Shower Slat Rath.Door Radio.for SummerVentitallos Electric Silk Pongee, 1 Q 1 ALL s Y Label 100% Pare Paint conform: with "'E::::::

25 in bundle vision 3. In eye-glasses cases of are impaired the only Oiling Fan.Comfortable tteds with yard ..................._.. -. JLJ/C I 11,,:: C \, an pun paint Law and i* tb only paint =:=:::-
S Mattresses of Inner Spring Con IJU PUKJ that carric a panDtc& of parity. tiPgIN'I' -=
permanent remedy traction and Individual Keat Gage Mosquito = -

For a complete examination, lug Lajnpa. RATES Bars. m....... $1.95 Cook for this Guarantee on the Label* =gF..:

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN see- R_.*. Prime. tl..h --. -Stag axe te7M Fancy see windowyard White Organdy....... 5C WI Al h..safwah..psaeR.afdards.r.a.f..e..8arm..ra w pmd_ .. BMO. by.w .. Mttman uU ..U thrush Dnhn"' y. "tftfeibJiati > --I. (
DR.. J. A. VALDES HO nPr...... Itath _._ ZM4o _
Koeva. Private Hath __ ale .TOERBDAVlSCaG. I89? IALTDIIl.MJlI )!
Soft-Lit. Lie.. .. Z4 ROOM. Private Bath ._ aM Batiste Pajamas for Little
Ortnocon 10 Sample ROOMS Private Bath **oSLIGHT Girls, 4 to 12 years, C. ROBERTS Corner Carte and Wftua
532 Data Street INCREASE! FOR DOtBLBOCCCFAKCT at .. .. ._._ .._.._ 98c I Streets J J
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t r "$ a.