1TUESD)AY. JUlLY 7. 19101
IRE -KEY WEST CMiTZE?
MANY CONTRACTS IN THE DAY'S NEWS TODAY'S EVENTS .w_
.Alfred J. Pearson, who hias been Sixtieth anniversary of the execu.
MUCH ONSTRUCTION WORK appointed United States minister to tlon of Mrs. Surratt and three others
AWADD BY STATE inand by President Coolidge, is an te of conspiracy in the* -
'O.AD DEPARTMENT adopted son of Iowa who had madeP. .ILincoln asssination. jft
ROAD DEPARTMENT ulte a reputation In the Middle haum's Vegetable Compound ---
y Aoeotd Press) uWest as an educator, teacher and School Teacher's ExJ.len.e John J MocGraw, one of theo out-1 A#
Associated^ Press) : S; Tesa~.,. ct' Expd w figures inrprofessional I
,E nep ontraects for highway coms to Pu'and. Mr. Pearson is a native Evanston, rWyomingt--"A yos today yandgeo t this 23rd
state road department in the interim lea since his early youth. His educa would sufer awfully
ytime. i wa-thing 0 to stimulate community ad'
between the April and July quarter- tion was received at Yale, where he tet oa ing school andh The annual New England oe thig e to stimulate community ad
.ly meeting; Chairman H. B. Philips made foreign languages and inter- it made it hard for and Leather Fair will be opened in vncement, bt builder ofrailroada arecaref4
Reported. More than ninety lesation pol tcs his specialty. Af- me uo I hadtwo st ontoday and continued through to go.where t oe po abilities of advancement
of roadway was involved n the co ter competing studies he took : threedas. Oday the remainder of the week. are best. Therefore study of railroad build
tracts which were described as to'. up his residence in lowa and for m othe mI hi-er ing durig be t hes pgtw quarter-cenftury ihow the
Some time was professor of Ger' Pinkham's e (ount Skrzynsy, Poland's Foreg solid bais on which rests the prosperity of
ect 647, 7 miles of gradi niman language and literature at I table Compoun minister, will leae o te Un d
Road 8 between Okeechobee City Drake University in that State. At .. blh Idid, and tl.i i...te twill leave for the Unt ed Florida*
ond Lake Anne, for 15,2U0;tileIn esitynStateAtdid wonders for me. States today to deliver lectures at
and Lake Anne, for $15,200; the instance of Governor Carroll of in the course of a year I married and It Williams College Institute of Railroad Mileage
awarded to Otis Hardin, Okeechobee. Iowa he made a study of the Ger. after my first baby was born I got up litics ,
Project 601-B, 0.76 miles of rock man school system in 1911. He is too soon and t c aused a displacemenrdly United S states ined 4%
base on Road 3 between Lawtey and the author ofa number of books on walkordo housework I knew tural'college edtr from United States ined 24%
Maxville, for $81,091.20; awarded to 'the study of the English classics, and the Veoketable C ompound did for me e.d g tese llee tih 1910-1920-lord gained 17%
Whitney Construction Co., St. Au. the history and legends of the Rhine fore so I took it again. It strengthened; many States will me'bt at Raleigh, N. United States gained 5%
usWhitney C construction Co., St. Authe history and legends of the Rhine me and now I have five little iddes. ., today for the annual convention 1900-190- lorda fined 58%
country. The oldest is six, thebabyfivemonths of the American Association of United tates gained 30%
Project 617, 5.17 miles of grade old and I have twin boysthree years l, t in d
and drainage on Road 5 south of and aboy of five years. Ido all my own Agr.cultual Colleg Editors, The rapid strides you have seen Florida make these
H Sand fe Jon or $21, 382, ar d housework washing an ironing, and past few years really began ten, twenty, thirty years
High Springs, foor2 1,06.06, w You Know a Tonic IsGod never felt better in mylife. I owe Ta M'ILIONAIRE p fTARTSs fyANEW y.e re gnm tw ,i
reward. STARTS ANEWt agoG The progress of the State ia solidly established.
edta C. h health to your tonderf ul medicineand ........nh ..haim ago. The pratrehe of thyrrate, is solidly scblin ed.n
Project 6Tayor & ox,. Birmilesngham. whgrade it makes you at like hungry I recommend it to all my friends."- Through the Trust Company of Florida invetors all
Project 618, 10.89 miles of grade boy.and brings back color to your Mrs. VERBiENA CARPENTER, 127 2n CARDIFF, July 7.,-His f prtune over the United States have learned that Florida, whore
and drainage on Road north o e theening. Invigoratin Ifet o Avenue, Evanston, Wyoming. of millions wiped out by a shipping they can get 8#%, is a safe place.to invest in First Mort.
Archer, for $44,693.88, awarded to GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL'TONIC company failure, J. C. Gould has gage Bonds, The Trust ConoVty of Florida recota
J. R. & J. B. Miller, Baconton,, 60c. OTICE or APPLICATION Fon TAx started at 54 to build up another. mends the same investment to Floridns. Let as
Georgia. DnED send you details.
Project 028, 9.92 miles of rock Gustav Bru.ch, a Dane whose t circuit Court, Twentleth Judicial oreal No. o07uo Invest insa Florida at 8%
base on Road 3 between Deland body turned blue two years ago, reI. Monroe Com stat e Io DPartment f theine terror, . La nd
P. ...i... 6l rid,aa. Oe t mSf loe, o $Lado00, $500 d$1i000 Bonds
and St. Johns river for $138,270, died in spite of all efforts to diagnose OT Is HIIRTBY UIV N, That d June e1a. PartIal Pantnt Arranged1
..awarded to .M.G re, O tFll a lor ad Bestralnge malady. William A. Carey, purch.aser o .f Tax. NOTI'On i ereb given t Mt Wil.
awarded to L. M. Gray, Oak Hill, an.c t certificate No, 234, dnted the 4th day liam McCarthy, or key w eeit, Florida.
Fa. C-a Tn0o Sept, A. D. 1916, has filed said cer- who, on May 223, 1902, made Homestead
Fla. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. tificate II my office, and has nmade entry, No. 017510, for Lot 8, Section
application for tax deed to Issue ac- oWo ship 66 Range 27 R., T'alla-
Projects 629 and 647, 13 miles of, Project 638, 19.67 miles of clear la rPalnee with law. Snd certificate filed notice ofn.to
rock base on Road 8 between O nkee Ing, grading, grubbing on Road 1 embraees the following described ni to tans Three-year Proof, to
---oad .... 2.---- b e and .... ad C. roperty, situated In Monroe County. ablish claim to the land above de- .f o nloA
chobee and Lake Anne, for $141-, east of Chattahoochee, awarded to lorlda, l to wit'g cd before Cle rk Circuit Court, Lt
921.31; awarded to H. E. Wolfe, Tayl6r Contracting Co., Birmingham. L In ook ES q ar e 7on. Monroe Cou- e ir. o A
Fla. 'o.t $55,524.96 [y Records. Clalpant names as witnesses: Pa i-I CAiOtal a. Surplus ..,*ooooi
Fla "ost$ 55 ,54..The said land being assessed at the B.D. Hall. of Key West, Florida. md dno af
Project 638, approach to Black- Project 689, 9.83 miles of clear. date of the issuance of said certflqate Robert Skini r, of Key West, Flor-. TIUSt Qnpy ef K g Mmi
In the name of H. TL. Loxg. Unless ida.
water river bridge oi Road No. 1 n ing, grading, grubbing on Road 1 said certificate shall be redeemfted ac- Ira A. FPry, of Key West. Florida. WEE
Santa Rosa county, for $14,700, west of Quincy for $34,831.06, to thereon n the 9th day of "uly A . 1.Ida.
awarded to 0. Collins, Milton, Fla. Taylor Co., Birmingham. AL wiR Ise ooo C ,r MEN'S HEADS SMALLER RED PLOTTERS JAILED
Project 661, 8.5 miles of comple- Project 642, 10.82 miles cleaning, Clerit Circuit Court. Monroe County, ---___ R.
ted sheet, asphalt co'Atruction on grading, grubbing on Road 3 be- Florida JU9-16-23-30; Julyh
ted sheet, asphalt construction on grading, grubbing o Road be The oldest transatlantic passenger NEW YORK, July 7.-Local hat B!LGRADE, July 7.-Contfessior
Road Nq. 2 between Leesburg and tween Palatka and Clay coun+, line, Thirty players were stunned by on record is. a woman of 105 years, dealers confirm the discovery in of a plot to kill King Alexander ot
. Hwviona Run, for $150,318.82, award- for $60,764.49, awarded to B. Booth lightning in a golf club house at who recently sl ted from Now York London that men's heads are growing Jugo-Slavia has resulted in the arreI
ed to Southern Paving"uonstruction & Co., Green Cove Springs, Fla. Workshop, England. on her way.to Ih home in Beirut., 'smaller. "of362 Communists.
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SCXTRA S....A l
On And After July 1st We Will PRINT YOUR STATIONERY I
Requirements At The Following Prices:
HAMMERMILL BONQ LETTER HEADS
1000 FOR $3.00
HAMMERMILL BOND ENVELOPES
1000 FOR $3.00
No. 1 WHITE RAG .ENVELOPES.
.1000 FOR $3.00 .
If You Desire The Lovering Slogan On The Back Of The Enve-
lope, "Key West Is '47 Hours From Broad ay" "Where It's Summer
All Winter", There Will Be A Small Additio Charge Of 50c.
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR PROMPT aE CE
PHONE 66 125 DUVAL STREET
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.... .." Gas Reyes Will Battle Take First Step For
DA iDAI I George Gardner In Main Water Supply Measure
S U LD LL CBout Wednesday Night (continued om iaeo on.j
******e****** e***** Gus Rees, who has been in sev.ihe believes water to be equally as
YESTERDAY5S RESULTS cral of the recent main bouts on the imprtrnt n s- thn mainland roadway.
Athletic Club. cards, will meet In speaking of the cost of the
*' NATIONAL LEAGUE George Gardner, another KeyII West "' Porr said that
fighter, in the chief go of the fghtl hd be ifored the cost
First Game leard for Wednesday night, Rupert probably not exceed $10,000. The
't New York R. H. E. Knowles, promoter of the matches,.putblicity valuc alone of the special
h dlphia ... .......... 'announced today. Several jood pre-l lesson would be worth far In ex-
NewYork 12............ 0 liminaries have been arraIged for'ccss of that amount, the directors
Batteries: Ring and Wilson; the main bout, eliv. ho
Barnes and Snyder. The sendi-final will bring to- Senator William H. Malone, who
gather Billy West and "Bussy," fathered the water district bill in"the
Second Game Dirty Bill and C. Baker will furnish last legislature, recently stated he
Philadelphia .. ..........10 11 0 the preliminary to the big event. could "see no insurmountable dif-
.New V. .q Y 13 faculty" in tie way of a special ses-
...Batteries: Mitchell an H n..ine; .. ..I on to rectify the error by which the
Batteries: Mitchell and Henine; NATIONAL LEAGUE bill was rendered invalid.
Bentley SnyderClub W. I,. Pet It is expected the county commis-
At Brooklyn R. H. E. Pittsburgh ................ 44 2 .629 soners will start investigation of the
Boston .......... 8 15 1New York ........ 4.1 30 .59 cost of the project at their next meet-
Brooklyn 4 00 Brooklyn ...........38 36 .514 ing, and will take action toward ask-
Batteries: Vargus and Gibson; St. Louis ...................36 37 493 ig the Governor for the special s
Hubbell and Deberry. Cincinnati .............33 37 .47 ion if the investigation shows the
--- Philadelphia ...........34 3 .46 cost will not be too great. "
No other games scheduled. Chicago ..................33 42 .440 1-
Boston...............29 44 .307 TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS
SAMERICAN LEAGUE IRacing: Meeting of Queens
First Game Club W. L. Pet County Jockey Club closes at
At Cleveland P. H. E. Washington .........50 24 .70 Aqueduct. Meeting of Hamilton
Chicago ............ ................ i 7 1 Philadelphia ...... ......46 25 .648 Club closes at Hamilton, Ont. Meet-
Cleveland ......... ............ 3 11 1 Chicago ................40 34 .5411in got Business Men's Racing As.
Batteries: Blankenship and Detrot ...... ... ... .487 sociation, at. Chicago.
Krouse; Buckeye and Myatt. St. Louis ...........36 40 .474, "
New York ..........32 41 .438 Trotting: Meeting of Grand
Second Game Cleveland .... 3......33 44 .429 Circuit at Cleveland.
Chicago ............................. 3 11 2 Boston ........ ............24 50 .3241
Cleveland ..................... 4 11 1 Tennis: Canadian championship
Batteries: Cvengrvs and Schalk; fMr. and Mrs, Martinez, tournament, at Vancouver, B. C.
Shaute and Myatt. Newlyweds, Arrive Here
~ew s 'r Hlr Golf: French open champion.
No other games scheduled. ReceIntl From Miami ship opens at Chantilly. Mas-
ong the cent arrivals from sachusetts junior championship opens
f'omr Kty W 8st-r Among the recent arrivals from at Sw...ec0t.
Former Key Wes ui were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mar-
Arrives From Miami tinez, who were recently married in B n ---Pi .
To Visit Relatives .Mami where Mr. Martinez is Boxing: ete Sarmiento vs.
-propieitor of the Halcyon Per- Charle (Ph .) Rosenberg, 12 rounds
Mrs. David Cano, accompanied by fumery and Art Shoppe. at Cleveand.s Toger Flowers vs.
her son, Albert, were among the re- M. artinez has many friends ou Boas 12 rounds, at oey
cent arrivals in Key West, and are here who knew him when he was
the guests of Mrs. G,. E. Demeritt at i connected with the Plaza hotel at
her home, 647 William street. Mrs. Havana and the Almendares at Let the Artman Press print it.
Cano will be remembered as Miss Marianao.
Geneva Symonotte. ..- DR. HARRY N. S. JONES
Mrs. Cano formerly made her Returns From Visit DENTIST
home in Atlanta, but recently ro. Mrs. Harry L. Collins returned 532 Fleming Street
moved to Miami, and her many Sunday morning over the Florida SF. t
friends are extending a hearty wel. East Coast Railway from Williston, OFFICE HOUtS ,
come on her return to the Island Fla., where she had been visiting s 830 to 12:30; MO00 to OO00
City after an absence of 12 years, relatives. PHONE 634J,
TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1925
PLAY THE FUTURE SAFE
Those who purchased in Miami several years ago are now reaping untold profits. Those who bought
for business purposes find themselves fortified strongly against business competition which must pay
present prices, against which the prices of a few years ago appear as midgets.
Those who bought to build homes, or to hold for a homesite are either taking big profits on their
buy and moving into homes in the suburbs, or they are availing themselves of a close-in location to their
Many place 99*years leases on their property which gives them a millionaire's competence for the
duration of lifetime.
There can be no more thorough, no more complete, no more convenient subdivision located on the
Island of Key West than MARTELLO TOWERS. There can be no subdivision closer to, the big business
district than MARTELLO TOWERS.
THINK IT OUT YOURSELF, THEN BUY IN
KEY WEST'S SUBDIVISION SUPERB
present prces, against which the prices of a few years ago appear as m dgets.
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THE KEY WI6T CITIZEN
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ANNOUNCEMENTS OI Today's Bargains In .
FOR MAYOR -REAL ESTATE
LESLIE A. CURRY T
6TH WARD A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
L. R. WARNER
Read them over carefully and then call on us at
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE our office or call 'phone 499, and a salesman will call ..,
CLEVELAND NILES and drive you to the property.
FOR CAPTAIN OF POLICE One lot, corner of Greene and Ann streets, size
(Re-election) 56 feet by 116 feet. Two story house on lot with nine
IVAN ELWOOD large rooms. Price ($10,000.00). Terms. EXCLUSIVE.
********-.***........* One lot, corner of County Road and Dennis street,
H I size 46 feet by 100 feet. Price ($6,875.00). Terms.
: PHONE 348 : EXCLUSIVE.
JOHN C. PARK One lot on Elizabeth street, near Division, size 50
: P feet by 152 feet. Cottage on lot with six rooms. All
Plumber and, Supplies : modern conveniences. Price Eight Thousand ($8,-
e : 000.00) Dollars. Terms. EXCLUSIVE.
*: IN NEW LOCATION
SOne house and lot, being part of lot four (4),
328 Simonton Street : square fifty-six (56), but better known as subdivision
************************ : eight (8). Size 50 feet by 94 feet 3 inches. Price
________ .---._-- : ($1,500.00) Cash. EXCLUSIVE.
YOU "ARE PALMA SOLA SUB-DIVISION
OWNER SALES OFFICE
OR -,........... ...,
AND WISH TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS
SELL : OFFICE Cor. Flemin C and Margaret St. .
E rN S4RINERS ARE COMING O9 THE 4TH OF JULY
L OTCable Addret Trot Phone TSBX P.8O. Box 1321
620 D*Y STREET .* *.********** '**e e* e
K SY WESTR FLA. :...
TUrEflSDAY. lIT V;* 1925
TW1M KEY wKR C!1Z3Nn
Dr. Harry Jones Opens .
Up Dental Paor; Is r
Graduate From Atlanta: W RSONAL M N CLASSIC IED
Dr. Harry N. S. Jones, resident of ****** COLUMN
Key West, who recently completed; Miss Ernestina Gare!a left this
a dental course at the Atlanta morninge for Havana where she will _ _ _
------ .-.-- --- -- Un-- a -----.A vi!t with relatves for au few weeks.
ALLAN B. CLEAR
Wholesale Grocers and
to t ',Iox, mis., came in here aoout Mr. Shepherd's mother, Mrs. Otto
31 :80 o'clock this morning. The Lundquist.
boat will go on to Biloxi late to. Ld t
might or early tomorrow. She is in
command of Boatswain S. Miller. SANDS' LUNCH ROOM
-. Regular Meals, Short Orders
There will be a regular meeting of
B. P. 0. Elks held Wecnesday, July
8, at 8:00 P. M., for the purpose of
trans.acting regular business that
might come before the body. All
officers and members are requested
By order of
ROSS C. SAWY
G. N. GOSHORN,
Private Dining Room
OPEN ALL NIGHT
MQTHERi-FletderWs Castorla s especially prepared to
-relieve Infants In arms and Children all ages of
Conespatip n Wind Colic To Sweeten Stomach
Flatuleoev Diarrhea Regulate Bowels
widr in the as*Wnitation of Food, promoting Cheerfulness, Rest, and
Naeurul Sfep-viktdb t Opiat
To avoid ImitatMa, always oo tkr wAipturg ofae efA
ErMl jizeni on-e u wuIb .r Irywef remgelasd it.
* g at* w un ays vTab is n ey
West, was an outgoing passenger
rvcr the Flagler System last night
en route to h's home. MRS
o M.is Eleanor Richards, daughter Fma
:of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richards, who FA
had beer attending the Women's Evening
:College at Tallahaspee, returned to 760
the c'ty on the morning train. ..
SG orge W. Kauffman, connected
with the Cuban Railway Company, Butter
after several days' business visit in flavors.
Key West, was a passenger leaving CURRY'S
vesterdsiy for Havana. Open Suad
Frank White, electrician with the __
Florida East Coast Railway Comn. e* ee ee
'pany who had been spending a few
days' v:sit in Key West, was -In. BEST
I eluded in the passengers leaving
last night over the Flagler System
j"n route to Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Uhrback, ac.611 Duval
companies by Mrs. Uhrback's mother, 6 ua
;Mrs. Elizabeth Conde, and ,sater, We
Miss Genevieve Conde, who are now e*******
making the'r home in M!iami, will
CARBONELL & CO.
AFFAIR GIVEN AT NOME Ot MR. southern uental college, has opened, I 61. FO STREET
AND MRS. D. B. RUSSELL; MR up offices here in Dr. Armona's old ---- Advertisements under this head I11 FRONT STREET
AND MRS COLD LEAVE FOR stand, and has remodelled and, Dr. L. N. Huff of Atlanta, Ga., will be inserted in The Citizen at p. O. BOX 13 KSY WEST, FLA
NEW YORK renovated the place. representing the Associated Adver. the rate of lc a word for each in.
Dr. Jones has a professional card t'sing Clubs of the world, was a sertion, but the minimum for the
One of the largest social funo- appearing in The Citizen, and all in.- recent visitor in this city, first insertion in every instance i GRIFFIN'S BARBER SHOP
tions of the midsummer was the re- terested should read same and., --- 26c. HitrFum BA E SH
ception given at the home f Mr. familarize themselves with the timeI M's Isabelle Vildostklue was a Payment for classified advertise. sA,,.,,t,,,, Msassain
and Mrs. D. B. Russell, Southard and of office hourIs and other informa- passenger leaving this morning for ments is Invariably in advance, but
William streets, last evening for Mr. tion. Havana, where she will remain for regular advertisers with ledger ac. LAnies AND cIui,1nURN
and Mrs. Garth Cold, who were mar- Iseveral weeks' visit with relative, counts may have their advertisements nair no1it1n
ried yesterday morning in St. Paul's PAAY NT S charged. Flemn .trers
church. ePASSING DAY NOTE l Mrs. Hilda Salas arrived from Advertisers should give their street ______ __
Mr. rad Mrs. Russell were assist- --- Miami Saturday and spent two days address as well as their telephone AR COFFEE MI
ed In receiving and caring for the ank Steamer Arrives with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. number if they desire results. StAR COFFEE I1LMI
.guests by -on. Charl L. Knowles- The tank steamer Beta arrived in Claude H. Roberts, at their home, ------ ----- DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING
guests by Hon. Charles L. Knowles The tank steamer Bet
and Mrs. Knowles, also Mrs. Henry'port today from Ph'ladelphia for 16 Fleming street,. FOR RENT A del_.ious cup of fine flavored
Russell, Mrs. Henry Sands and Miss orders consigned to the Porter Dock ---- -COFFEE i a satisfying drink at all
Helen Letthi. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cates, for- CORNER GREENE AND ANN times. That is why everybody whe
Delicious ices and cakes were serv- * erly of this eity, but who are atI, STREETS-Opposite City Hall- has tried our COFFEE is* STAN
ed the guests. Infant Dies In Miami resent makI g their home in Sara- Suitable for sto age rooms, garage, COFFEE MILLS e*athslasl.
During the evening many friends, News has been received in the city sota are in the city visiting rela- repair shops, etc. Apply The 513 GREENE ST. PHONE 356
of Mr. and Mrs. Cold called and ex-'announcing the death of the infant tives. CitiS*n. dec20
tended congratulations and good son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ---
wishes for their future life. Demeritt in Miami. The infant was Mims Hilda Russell and Miss Carrie WANTED
The bride's cake adorned a large taken there for treatment recently. Pierce were passenger leaving last ER E_____
table in the dining room.- It was a * night on the steamship San Jacinto WA:i'ED-Ambitions salesman to r
master piece of the confectioner's Supplies Passing Ship for New York,.where they will visit sell Real Estate Commission basis. ,
arf. All white, the names Garth and The tug Petrel of the Porter for several weeks. I Parties owning car preferred.
Dorothy were formed .with icing, Dock Company went out to the bar--- I Live wires only need apply. PALMA
which also outlined two hearts, fol- Itoday for the purpose of supplying Badres Saraglan, connected witi' SOLA SALES OFFICE, Jefferson
lowed by the words "that beat as the steamer Potuco with provisions the United States navy, was include; i Hote', Phone 419, P. 0. Box 331.
one." At the top of the cage were and lee. The vessel stoppu off ;n the passengers leaving yesterday jily 6tf.
formed wedind g bells, alsw of white the bar for the time being, after o. the steamship Governor Cobb for
icing, and above them were inscrib. which it proceeded on to Its dest:n.- Havanaa. ; OR SALE _
eh the words, "Ring the bells." tion. ------ FOR SALE-Chap. otor Boa24 .......
Gets Rin * i M s. Rosalind Sawyer was a at'. ft. long, 8 ft. wide 2 cycle engine
When the cake was cut Miss Lena;To Hold Meeting .sqngcr leaving over the East Coast with clutch and reverse gear com. A steadying balance
Johnson got the ring; Miss Mirfami There will be a meeting of the 1lt night for Miami, where she will pletely equipped including gene- A Steadying balance
Curry the thimble; Mr. Cold, the Daughters of the King, of St. Paul's rpend several weeks visiting relatives rather, large storage battery and tor to a going business
bridegroom found the dime in his Church, held on Thursday. afte,'-. td friends. electric lights. Tel, 802 or call
slice, and Jerry Trevor who had noon, beginning at 5 o'clock, at the ----1231 South St. jul.7.tx ment, sound advice g
been best man at the wedding, got home of Mrs. Claude H. Roberts on John C. Sheffield, attached to thbcS.o.. are offered you at t
the button. Much meirrimfent- fol- Fleming street. U. S. Department of Labor, waI FOR SALE-House and lot, -even
lowed the cutting of the cake ani *an outgoing passenger last evening rooms and Lath, Vi'g') S. Lowe. Bank. Your Checki
forecasts were made for. the future Meeting of Elks over the East Coast em route to July 7tf r e
of those lucky ones. There will be a regular meeting Miami. After a few days' stay ir FOR SALE-Old p rcrs at The Citi-
bri Henry Russellcarried the of the B. P. O. Elks held Wednes- Miami, Mr. Shefield will proceed zen office. 2 for a nickel. 125
bride's book and invited all to hen day n!ght, Jluy 8, beginning at 8 to Washington. Duval street. julyl
scre ,' As t o'clock, and all officers and members - I
were stheveral hundred ho called are requested to be in attendance. Mrs. E. W. Lowe and children, FIREWORKS FOR SALE--Apply Bl
well filled with names: if *ends ,who had been spending, the past c u'7t M- -"A
and will be cherished f y Mrs, Cold Postpone Party several weeks v iting in Miami and Concha Hotel. ju'. 7-5t
whilfar from home and asso. The watermelon party which was other points, were Ihclffded 4ptle ar-
.c.at.. to have been given tomorrow after- r;va's herq on the morning: rain. OT, ESTA IS
I noon fortTropp 2, Boy Scouts, by
Mr. and Mrs. Cold left on the ne folTro . o Scouts by ---- Ly oLOS--Yesterday, somewhere het
Mallory liner San Jacinto last-ng the tholc daughters of Ameica. Capt. Julius Kn wies, fo erly of tween Iunri'e-and sunset, twoe
for New York where they will visita ee postponed unt a after Key West, but who Is now making golden hours, each set with sixty ----. -- --
with Mr. Cold's brother, John Cold, at his home in Miami, was a passenger diamond minutes. No reward is
Later they'will go to Norwalk, Ohio', L For Coln leaving over the East Coast last offered, for they are gone for. N LOW
where they will make their future Leave For Carlina M nights following several days' visit in ever.-Horace Mann. July J
home. ,r Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Mlnnis were Key West v th relatives. .; .
___ passengers leaving over the East es. MISCELLANEOUS DEALERS IN GENE!
SCoast last night en route to Hender. nd. k Cate will RETAIL D
Patrol Boat ROn Te Way sonville, N. C., where they will leave tonight for Tampa, accom. FOR PRINTED SOCIETY STA- Lumber, Shingles and La
SBl MISSISIp I spend several weeks. panied by their children, after TIONERY, The Artman Press, 125 I Shingles, Alpha Portlanc
Stops Fo Key West Today spending several days in Key West Duval street. 'Phonte 66. Roofng, Keystone Galva
theCoast Guard Wet Toa. Arre om Tamparo visiting relatives. C tfing .
hCoat rd l ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd,.visi ing "relatives. SIGNS "Furnished Roo'ms fore Cement Roofing.
00, on her ay from Jacksonvillewho were rried in Tampa, un' Bertram Albury of Miami, after Rent," Signs "For Sale," at The H. B. DAVIS 100 PER C
S., -, ,, i..... 17, arrived yeteray or a visit tc' ,, ... A,..1f- v.. Artman Prsas. Large. clear, easily
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iths, Walter's Galvanized
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inized Nails and Carey's
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king and Designing N
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SHOE SHOP REAL ESTATE ENGINEERING CONTRACTIM
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leave today for Hendersonvie, N FURNITURE RENOVATED
C., where they will spend thee sum.
mer months. Upholstered and Refinished
I Mattresses Made Over
SMrs. Plora Brown, accompanied by Mirrors Rosilvered
her two chIldren Florida and W. R. G A R I N G
Horace. were passengers. 'leaving $09 William St. 'Phone S&:'
lover the East Coast think morning
fofr N ami, where they wlllvi}st 'w lh o a e ** * * * * e
!Trs,' Frown's' sstler, Mrs. Zista IN 1 WHITE POLISH '
SGray. .. Shu.-Milk
SBest oliahes For White Kids *
Capt. and Mi. Clifford Plauqhe Full Libe of All Colcrs Polishes*
Mcyer after -spending the past oir H. DIAMANDI
weeks visiting Mrs. Meyer's parents, 612 Duval St.
CGpt.' Fnd Mrs. .1. L.- Wattous, left * a * s *
o-vr ihe F. E. C. last evening for -
Miami, wheri they will visit before ,_ a_ ---
proceeding to New Orleans. Mrs. SAWYER'S CYCL WORlKS
Meyer will be pleasantly remember- Cer. Eates and Marar S*Ub.
led an6ee Mi. s Markid. s ..
e tha. I.iI.._ Blls.o o *ren Eairs* i
Let th AsA mAn n Pres do your and Repsai'
We havo money waiting for o-w on
you list your property 'with liv q
elusively. Come and seat cm
AT YOUR SERVICE
Phone 728, 528 Fleming 9k.
William Curry's Sons Company
High Grade Builders'
Genuine Beaver Wall Board
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OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
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SMONR OE:? I y *I S FOR REAL ES-TATLeAd31IR t XS SEE THE :
: MONROE W 1 1T11 T "A
SKEY VWEIST CO.
S.......o. .................. A. 124 DUVAL STREET ''tISt No. 688-W. *
TODAY *I i- WM. CAT Miro
SMovie Electrician 400'
___ Flop#As An Actor
..........__________________________ *: In First National's production of,
o_"My Son," starring Na"imova -8 P, SCPE C IA L''
Which will be shown at the Monroea
Theatre today Director Car For a few day --IS2 acr, Ramrod Key,
S' needed a handsome man for smal ... -
part in a hurry. Wallace Fox, the '.... $1,0000 Per Acre
sto t n ud e TODAYrS BIRTHDAYS Tern OneThird Cah, Balance In Three Y .
o casting office, but none could be | i.. . ... .b ,- =a ao... ". .
I:found-all were bumy. He reported I ..... GL K REAT OMAN, INC
to Carewe that he had left calls for Former K:4.g George of Greece, GULI KEYS REALTY COMPANY, INC.
several leading men who would In-'now living in exile in Paris, 834 FLEMING STREET PHONE 37
Sterpret the small characterization, born in Athens, 86 years ago today. o.
0 but the director needed one im __
mediately. He cast his eyes about A, Victor Donahey, the present
: the set. governor of Ohio, born at Cadwal- *oe****************************e**************
"You'll do," he said, pointing at leader, 0., 62 years ago today.
U p^ Advertise^ John Soreson, an electrician.----- 1- Jl7 = t
A r I cant act," the electrician an Rt. Rev. Davis Sessums, Epiacopal
wered. bishop of Louisiana, born at Hous. $
"Try it, anyway," said Carewe. ton, Texas, 67 years ago today.
So Sorenson was dressed for the ---
part. In the scene he stood oppo. Rt. Rev. William A. Guerry,
Ssite Nazimova. Th. violins wailed Episcopal bishop of South Carolina, "
S to a h!gh pitch and Carewe's voice born in Clarendon county, S. C., 64 1
Became as steel While he led the years ago today.
pair through the scene. He plead- ---
ed, cajoled and laughed, trying to Richard Carle, long a favorite of
make the big electrician shed a the American stage, born at Somer-
tear. Hours were spent, to no ville, Mass., 64 years ago today.
avail, and finally the director gave
i t up. $250,000 FOR CRIPPLES *
One of the leading men whom -*-- .*.
: Fox had called arrived in a fast CARDIFF, July 7.-An anony-j 0
car. He went through the scene mou gift of $0000 to aid the A REAL WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC FAN FOR :
Co-o ea with aztheymova once, and the big cripples of Wales was announced A
Co-operate with te Three-Way Commit-:electrician stood by a post and'here, a
at watched them closely. The actor
cried, Nazimova sobbed and the CAN'T IDENTIFY HUSBAND $7.
your envelopsF printed On t bat with violins walled to a high pitch once -. -
Sied h: again. f BIRMINGHAM, Eng., July 7.- A Fan That Is a WorldBeater For the Prie f 7.50
a neat and attraie design m ~ Carewe stole a glance at the Widowed three hours after her mar.
Electrician, who could not-act and riage, Mrs. Mary Booth has been! Ordr one of tihs fans today and hae a good -lep
been secured by The Artman Press for w. s t ar d Y M Order one of these l today and hae a good seep
Swho now stood as iparalyedtry inn vain for three months to r1 e
Sthi pp watching the dramatic scene be.'find some trace of her husband's tit
fore his eyes. Tears were rolling relations. to
o down his cheeks. m
... IIRRITATED EYES t
STh Cut is al t triangular in hape with T W Get worse atid worse the longer you FOR SALE BY
a thermometer in the center po t Sp irted atFted !et them go; Leooardis TGoldenEyTe.. OA
eo rrpointingtoSc. Ver.i Lotion cures inflammation and sore- TW T
0 an ,re nessO without painI n one day. Cool-i. a .-v ,
72 degrees, the average temperature for : I ing, healing, strengthening. Get': DUVAL AND GREENE STS. O. H. MONTICINO
KOf W ; one aide appears the : a, a q~i *.,i "Leonardi'--lit makes strong eyes.. Telephone-18 Sales Manae
y W, to onshows at the o appears the Wt nroiout Ptm, t w.h At all druggists.oooooo ... .. .
sh ows "tt'. .um m er A Ul thti, e& 1 tolp . . . ....-'- -- '...00.. 0..6....M ..... ......a .-
ute 7mer Al Wrlne by row, I suf. .......f..i..oent....otoo iftoohis11oooo
West" and on the, other "47 Hours From out of the mediocre oclass Whtlh
should occasion little wonder, since .
Broadway." :Victor Fleming, the producer, has
assembled a formidable east featuring'I ,
.e.a e .. y ... v What Worth Has Experience?
cerlinreasonable Raprice has been made nrnd Hiatton. 3 Sven tr- -. ..
Sthor e minor parts are portrayed, by"
this service and is the same for all grades : players ofskill andexperienic. as
witness Walter MeOrail, Duke
of commercial envelopes. The cost of Kahanamoku, famous international /
*H aw aiian swim m er, Jam es 8p e. .,... r,
s and Noble Johnson.
*stock is not included H moia rrn yam r tI. The entire personnel of the Florida Contracting & Engineering ,
ent is reinforced with a gripping Company is composed of people who have been asso ted in
London, real n o istic setting ge building operations as their life work, %
beautifrou nds, excellent light e, The personnel of the South Florida Contracting & Enginhr-
ert direction of Mr. Fleming, who ing Company have handled directly over $80,000,000 of actua
500 has a right to poht to his latest building operations,
Production with considerable pride.
S0 _Those who are familiar with the What worth has experience?
0 -W~~~ slA.* works of Jack London, will recall w bid n
S"Adventure" as a South Sea tale, T it not to the benefit of those who anticipate building; of those |
dealing with the stirring experience who are now building, that they should take advantage of the
: of a young plantation owner on one.
of the savage and remote Solomon exceptional advantages of trading with a concern made up of
Islands, who is aided in bis struggle such a personnel. '
against nature, cannibals and und -.
scrupulous white men, by a mystery. When it comes to buying-experience has taught us what to
u and daring grl, who v1itth buy; what not to buy. When it comes to making recommenda-
Sventure. tion, experience has taught us. When it comesJo giving serv-
There is action aplenty ated thrill ice, experience has taught us the value of half an hour or fif-
nto the spirit of the t.ry with teen minutes lost time with a full crew waiting on material.
rim and a vigor, that keep thIngs"
Ihumming rrom the dramatic begin- All of this experience is your-FREE OP COST.
,rII I1 1 to the fighting finish, 'Tm ,
Moore hea a role very much to his! ,. ,
125 DUval Street 'Phon 6 ing i gvel a srenuous ..co u.t .
of himself; Pauline Starke ea pie. **.e*oe************'******
e tutesque character as a woman sI.*l *ee***oeeee*eeee4eeee* e eee
dier of fortune; Wallace Beery light- "
ens his villainy with' comedy to*
ments; and Raymond Hatton wins *0 1u
new laurels with his characterization. A th
"Adventure" is 'a real film treat UU. -
Make it a point to see it. ,-.
TALKS 300 WAYS m IA
En ermg .
*_ __Alice Werner of the 5chol_ I' _________ LONDON, July' 1.--Pr'ofet"e t
Sce Werner of the School : 1 -i I ? 1 P '
rentall Studies, Is ab'e to teach:- .u r r II- Ik
more than 800 languages and dia. ,
lee t PHONE
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