Group Title: Key West citizen (Key West, Fla.)
Title: Key West Citizen
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Title: Key West Citizen
Uniform Title: Key West Citizen
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Key West citizen
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: June 16, 1925
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048666
Volume ID: VID00584
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2701762
alephbibnum - 358017

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VS b A A U-Sealed proposals will be received I TODA 'S EVENTS 2o YEARGAIN
RriMI 'nMany Key West Folks Have Found by the undersigned up to and include. ______________ N MIACTUO
S RyHow to Make Work EasierI Oe (1) HORSE DRAWN LAWN Centenary of the birth of Robert 9
a T ---- wkMOWER, f. o. I Key West, Flor- W. McFar'and, a president of Miami 0--- -l--z
What is so hard as a day's work'I University, --U. L C an
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT w!th an aching back? The City Council reserves the !
HEAD WILL FACE HEAVY Or sharp .stabs of pain at every right to reject any and all bids. One hundred and fiftieth an-
LOAD OF WORK WHEN HE sudden twist or turn? By order of the City Coucile. niversary of the birth of Judah M at ur Cltal
TAKES CHARGE IN OCTOBER There is no peace from that dull WALLACE 1 ER, Touro, the Jewish philanthropist who
.--- ache ju4-9.18 City Clerk. donated $10,000 to complete Bunk. show s Florilda Pro res
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, June 16.- No rest from the soreness, lame- -9------ er Hill monument. WoW k
When Dr. Fons A. Hathaway takes no and ekne. found rel NOTICE o APPLICATIO TA ENone the winter t is coming
charge as chairman of the State l y folks have found relefThe 150th anniversary of the t HEN o ne eFl ainrpides the wlyinter tourists combering
Road Department probably in Octo- through Dean's Pl!s. They are a I the Circuit ourt o the Eles venth Quartermasters Corps, the businessto Florida in rapidly increasing numbers
ber he will find awaiting his attend. stimulant diuretic to the kidneys. re Con state each se n, he may lose sight of the progre
,sI Key West people recommend NOTICE IS HERMBY GIV,'NN, That branch of the U S, Army, will ber
tion a program laid out by the legs. Ke West people recommend T. H.Boll, rchaser of Taxerti observed today by branches of the the State is making in commerce and idustry.
lature that will require close to ten Doan's, at No, 43, dted the 6th day Jul corps throughout the country For the past quarter-century Florida has
years for completion, unless means Horman Sands, 630 Margaret St. A.mDotie14, hasd a t and tihoe sa made to percentage gains dustrially,
are found in the meantime for ad. Key West, says: "Lifting weakened hfor tax ,deedato issue in accordan'ee shown greater percentage gains, Industrially,
are found in the d caused back i l nSaid Cetficate ebrace. His Excellency the Governor than the United States as a whole.
additional funds t0 devote to rcad my kidneys and caused lame back. the following described property, sit- Generalof
dtional fds to devote to uated in Monroe County, Florida, to. General of Canada and Lady Byng
construction in the state. When I stooped a stitch took me in wit one ee. 3, Towship are scheduled to leave Ottawa today Manufacturing Capital
In addition to the roads designathenall of y ac. The kidney ne 28, containing 58.60 acrem. to begin a four weeks' tour of the
19' ession, which, 1. 13. secretion passed too often with a,. T'a mald land being assesied *t'(ha 1899-1909--Plorida gained 154%
ted by the 19 ontime of the iunnae t sail c,-rtifl 'Western Provinces. United States gained 105%
h 1Ips, presc,*t chairman, has stated burning sensation. I used Doan's eate in the name UNKNOWN. in is t
said (certilficate shall be redemnel ar.a -- 199.19-Florida gained 216%
will require more than two years for P'lls and a couple of boxes rid me i Cr to w, tax deed will 1909-1919-Florida gained 216%
cwlp.tion, them eioue tantuof this of the trouble." theron the 26th day. of .tutn A. 1, Following a lively political cam- United States gained 142%
year hat added hundreds of tl in Price 60c, at all dears. Don't paig extending over many month 1899-1919-Florida gained 706%
k 'ryea ha added handed o inult Court, iboPeC' / ,,-' primaries will be held In New Jersey United States gained 398%
the secondary preferential lis Work simply ask for a kidney remedy- ri y26; 9- today for the nomination of candi (gures from U.. cnus)
on the latter roads--or portions or get D)oan's Pills-the same that Mr. IN CIRCUIT X Stordaysfor the rnoratndotr f-
on them. s to begin as soon as the Sands had. oster-Milburn Co.,FIN for governor ad other of JUDIThe commerce of Florida needs commercial buildings,
trunk linehem- s of the primary list ae frs., Buffalo, N. Y ers to b voted for n the next Iits workers need apartments and its visitors need ho-
benk comletedhe This i rqu ..e c.. Char n ijonsi co.,stannt, State election. tells. Through First Mortgage Bonds offered by the
en completed. This will requ oss, Weekiwachee rivers Ari- ao a. -- Trust Company of Florida these needed structures
at least two years, t trunis believed, peka, Hudson, New Port Richey appearing by affidavit the worn Representatives of all the promi are financed. Investors all over the United States are
Once the present trunk lnes arpon Springs, learwater and that Loise Johnson, the f t wartime countries of the sending their money to Florida and getting 8% on these
the main roads designated by the Lro. And also from Brookn nlle to imed ano resident of th d are expected to attend a meet- bonds. We recommend them to residents of Florida.
192 Act have been completed, ho Hill Havana, Cuba, and that she is over ing in Paris today which has been Let us send you details.
ever, the motorist will be able to v Si Hill. the age or twenty-one years; Wtt48.'
over the motorist urfacedo Road No, 16 from ala to Road therefore ordered that said nonre-I called to organize an international Ivet in Florida a 8%
cie loNo. 5, via Dunnellon thence to Cyrs- required to appear the bill of association of mercantile marine of- $100, $500 and $1000 Bonds
which will be the equal of any to plaint filed in said cause on or before ficers
be found in the country, officials tal Riverl V Monday the 1th day of July A. D. Partial Payments Arranged
Road No. 17 from Haines City to 1985, otherwise the allegations of said
state. Entering Florida at Nunez -1arw .. r "v-, kl bill will be taken as confessed by said A primary s to be he today
Cloarwater, via Lakeland, Plant defendant. A primary is to be held today In
Ferry, above Pensacola, for example,i It is further ordered that thi the Fifth con onal ditrt of
the traveler by automobile will haveCity and Oldsmar. lder be published once each week forrthe Fifth congressional district of
the traveler by automobile will haveI eutive eks in The X% Masachusetts to name candidates bt
e coi of a r o e t Ja Road No. 18 from Sarasota to t utive e e Massachusetts to name candidates to
the choice of a direct route to Jack-,'t tcitizen,ai newspaper publish.
sonvle on a road that will follow Lake Annie via Arcadia; and Ro a isad County and 2State. for the seat made vacant by theMY
elosey the northern boundary of. Road no. 18 (a) from a poInt on (SAr) ClerkDCircuitC ourt. d
the state, or he may follow that road TEN YEAR HIGHWAY No. 21 By A, J. KEMP, Rogers. The Republican nomina- Paid-la Capital ad Sdu $500,000
as far as Milton where a h!ghway|Road No, 5 near Bradenton, via T. 8. CARO, Deputy Clerk. tion is sought by Mrs. Rogers, widow 'S3\TmastCompaay oflorida Bld. MamI, Florid
will be intersected that will followOneco Intersecting Road 18 at a solicitorforconploo ainant. of the congressman.
the Gulf coast line as nearly aspoint about thirty miles east of tprlt-2 b "i t- ; u er ...its o,.n r ad or Peet dis.
practicable, until it connects with araCouncil will meet in regular sessionappear after a few applications Im COURT OF COUNTY JUD MON. ICE, MARINE CORPS QUARTR-
the Tamiami trail Road No. 19 from Tallahassee to at eight O'loc P. H. on Tuesday, pal osem Remedy All druggists OE COUNTY, STATE OF LOR. MASTER'S DPARTMNT WAH-
O 1 thr u a on- er, ross Juneh 11th, A. D. 1925. at the City are authorlsd to refund your money IDA. INGTON, D, C., 4 June, 19256, SEALD
Perhaps one of the most Impor. Ocala through Lamont, Perry, Cross Hall,. ey West, Florida, to hear any if it fals,.-Adv. In re Estate of PIROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be re-r
ans Ine p te' ss City, Old Town, Chiefland, Bronson objoctlons that may be made to the Walter C. Malowey, Jr. ceived in this office until 11:00 A. M.,
tant links in the state's road system l 'eanagainst the abutting property on N e hereb vn that th .. toNotice is hereby given, to all whom 34 June, 1925, and then be publicly
as cove i the ecodary per and Williston. nrop seassmentsto be thon made o N ti isherebyt n that the Cit t may concern, that on the 22nd day opened for furnishing the Marine
as covered in the secondary prefer-.. liasaeth Street, between Southard .Council will meet in regular sssi of June A,. 1). 1925, I shall apply to Corps Ice during the fiscal year be-..
en..ta.l list adop, by the logisla- Cottondale to an Divillon Streets, in the City of tCity 'Clock P.. on Tuesday the Honorable 7hugh Gunn, Judge of ginnIng 1 July, 192B, at Boston, Mas.,
entlal list adop ted Panama City via Round Lak .and ey West, Plorida, on amount of June 16th. A. D. 102, t the City said Court, as Judge of Probate, for Hingiamn, Mass., New London, Coon.,
ture this year Is State Road No. 47. anama y va oun ake an curbin, guttering, gradlng and pav- Hall, Key West, Florida. to hear any my final discharge as Executrix of New York. N. Y,, Annanols, Md.5 sd a h S. "objections that may be made to 'the the estate of Walter C. Aaloney, Jr., Yorktown, Va., Key West, Fla., Penis-
Cuoe mtin gyata pn a 4 e R a d N. from Cottondale north to connect Ing Paid Illzabeth Street. ns I po ed aesasment to be then made d ease an ta a h n atst .
Commencing at a pont o Road No. . A. list of proposed assessments will a popst assess"ent to be t..en "ad deceased; and that at the samo time I cola, Fla., New Orleans, La., San Fira-
south of GoodbyeLakiit oabeonfileIntheofficebofetheCityagainst .. ea.ttg property on will present my final accounts as ciest, Calif., PuiBt Sound, Wash., and
4 south of Goodby Lak n Dualrk unt il theateof s aid Cng ela Street, between races and Executrix 9f d estate, and ask for uant o Bay Cuba. Proposal
. ,uv_ Road No. 21 from Daytona to De- olerk .nti the elt of -sai Inter Margaret Streets, in the City of Key thei-'aab'ro '. blank eso may be,
County, this highway will follow t d No. 21 ffom Daytona to De r peetion by any person I ter- ar notherinfor Aprma 21. A. ote t yo
Couont~y, this highway will follow $t. .,,e' by any person ,,,I West, Fienida, on account of curhini, -;bated Key )wes .,, April 21, A. obtained tponI. ppliaiton to this of-
east bank of St. Johns river to a tly order of the City Councl. iutterin grading and pavi~D aid 1. %195. ". e, th s D po t 1tmst, Marine
ont d No. 14 and the.e' Road No. 22 from Orlando to (s~'iAL) 'ALA. N pr edia. basements wilnl ExD trix 9 5, sUPHtIMI MA01Yranc
point ..Recd -. ,retty.. Twiments will
.... .. .. o Crystal River, ia Winter Garden, '. beonfile in te office of the City met of'vter C Maloney. r. P'o Qarteaster, arne a-
tas k Paeaa, through a section o eDoted June 34,.k, D.1 16 1to rer C. Maloney or. Po to re r ,r- I
East lCaerthroug h a sect.on ;o. .. D, .,4s1a-15 iU 6Clerk until 9the date of said meeting apr3l-I0; mays,.15o99;, ,Ju2.9-165'20 t8acs, ,t the u~tiop s pampi. This of.
. -e in which scenic beauty l eoa, Mksa otte Groveland' '' tot' nspisktion by any person i nter-. ....1t' tn
,ty persons familiar with t4 ushnel and Inverness' Notice Ie hereby given that the City By 'rdcr of the ('Ity Council. all bids or par here and to
ry to be unsurpassed in Flor. I Road No. 23 from Belleview to ouncl will meetn n treular essiton (SEAlm wA CLAC fINDE fR IN CIRCUIT COURT, SyTATE o re;lar dealers heonly will be r
at eight O'Clock P. M, on Tuesday, ork L D TWONTIETH JUDI
Plant City via Bushnell and Dade Tune 16th, A. D.19i a the Cityt Dated June 3rd, L t .135 -ty l H n ONR c UoNY ed C. L, MeCaW ofy Briga d er
... ...aune...... .gd........CIRCUIT moNnoiccouNiY.-Ir n
Hall, eey West, Florida, to hear any Ju3-6-13 15-I 1 CHANCERY, eral, The Quartermaster=.,hd
T crdmplete'list of roads covered city.' objections that ay be made to the __ Mattle Lues, Complasat. No. 9-1928, S...
in the act of 1925 follows: Road No, 24 from Kissimmee to proosd m esseasmnts t db thenTIC .m Ae 1CATIO R TAX "A"fre T. a DFndT..X
in the act of 19o5 ollows:.agatilst the abutting property on" -' AP IIA5O F T Allred T. Luesn, Delendant,
Road No. 1 from th Alabama Melbourne via St. Cloud. Passover Street and Windsor Lane, be-1 / It appearing by the sworn bill filed Notice is hereby ifven that the City
Road No. 25 f Ol Bride to tween Angela and Divisalon Stteets, in I lCircuiet Court. Tweileth Judicial in the above-stated cause that Alfred Council will meet In regular session
line at Nunez Ferry to Jackson- Road No. .25 rom Olga ge the City of Key West, Florida, on ac- Circuit, Moearee Couty, state of T. Lucas, the defendant therein named at eight O'Clock P. M. on Tuesday,
.ill West Palm Beach. count of curbing, guttering, grading Floerldda a nonresident of the State of Plor- June 16ti A. D. 1085, at the City
ville. .. .. and paving said Pnasover Street and NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That Ida, and i a resident of Chicago, 1111.Hall. Key West, Florida, to hear any
Road No. 2 from the Georgia line Road No. 27 from Fort Myers to Windsor Lane. William Aarey, purchaser of Tax nols, and that he Is over the age of- objections that may be made to the
Road No. 2 from the Georgia line A list of proposed assessments wlll Certifleate No. 234,. dated the 4th day twenty-one years; It Is therefore or. proposed assessments to be then made
north of Jennings to Fort years. Iami* I be on file in the office of the Cityof Sept. A. D. 101 ,has filed said cer. dered that said nonresident defendant against the abutting property on
norh of Jings t ort y oad rNo. frm Lak City ti Cleric until the date of s ald meet ifgcate in my office, and has made be and he is hereby required to appear Virgffinia Street, between Varela
Road No. 3 from Georgia line at Road No rom Lake ity to r Inpecton by an peron enter, application for tax deed to issue ac. to the bill of complaint filed in said Stret and North Beach, in the City
St. May's river to Orland. ;Bunnell via Palatka, Lulu, Lake But- ested. cordance with law. Raid certificate cause on or before Monday, the 0th of Key West, Florida, on account of
St, Mary's river to Orlando. By order of the City Council. embraces the following described day of July, A. D. 1925, otherwise the curbing. guttering grading and ay-
Road No. 4 from Georgia line ler, Starke and Keystone Heights. (SIAL) WA.LLACE PINDER, property, situated In Monroe County, allegations of said bill will be taken ing aid Virginia Street.
south of Fokston to, Miai., Road No, 29 from Bithlow "to ated June d A. t.95. Chlurk.ilorida, 'to wit: as confessed by said defendant. lbAA list of proposed assessments will
south f Folkstn o MiamiRoad No, 2 from Bthlow to 3d A D 19 Lot square T. Tract 21, as record.- Its further ordered that this or. be on In the office of the City
Road No. 4A from Miam .to Moore Haven via Okeechobee, Holo. u3613.161 e Io Y page 133, Monroe Counde be published once each eek for lork until the date of said meeting
Road No. 4-A from Miami to ty Recorde, four consecutive weeks In The Key for Inspection by any person inter-
SWpaw and Keinesville .. The said land being assessed at the West Citizen, a newspaper published ested.
Key West, 'pa ad ee. e Notice is hereby given that the Citly date of the Issuance of said certificate in said County and State, Rvy order of.the Cityv Council.
No from High Springs toI Road No 830 from Frostproof to Council will teet in regular session In the name of H. L. Legff. Unless Thi May 26th, 196. (SEAL) WALLAC9E IPNDIR
Road NO. from n prg Ver via aughtert Crosn and t eight O'Clock I'. M. on Tuesday, said certificate shall be redeemed c. (SEAL) D. Z. ILER, WALLACE Cit
Fort Myers,. Veo via y Crossing a Jute 16th. A. D. L921, at the City cording to law, tax deed will assue Clerk CIrcuit Court. Dated June 3rd. 4. D. 1126. C
Road No 6 from Alabama lin Yehaw. Hiall, Ke.y Wet, Florida, to hear any thereon on the Oth day of July A. D. By M. J. SWVEETINO rn 6 8-13 15 1
Road No. 6 from Aiabama line .. hj.iotlnn, thnt may be made to the 192B5. Deputy Clerk, .....
th f th t P Road No. 81 from Ocala' to Waldo proposed assessments to be then made (SEAL) D. Z. FILER, JOHN (. SAWYECR, -
south of Dothan to Port St. Joe. via Ci Island Grve and H against the abutting property on Clerk Circuit Court, Mdtroe County, Solleitor for Complainant.
Road No. 7 from Pensacola to .ra, I ,urove and Haw- Olivia Street, beween Simonton Street Florida. Ju9-1-23-30; July? may18, Ju2-9-16.23 Notice I hereby given that the City
Sthorne. and Windsor Lane, in the City of Key ________________ Cunctil will meet In regular session
Alabama line at Flomaton. t eWest, Florida, on account of curbing. N, otice is hereby i.i tha e Cit a t eight O'Clock 1. M. on Tuesday,
Road No. 8 from Haines City to Road No. 82 from Bradenton to gittlerin reading and paving said Councl w-illmere ivn regular ses i IN CICUIT COURT, .STATE OP.Hai test, FoD, 2 ato he City
Okeechobee City, 'Avon Park via Parrish, Fort Green A lIst of praosed assessments will eight OClok P. on Tuesday, FLORItDA, EEVENT JDCAL objections that may be maleet h
D'lu "y*and Wauchula )pgLk ole on le in the office of the City on ..1 .5 at the City -h ('Oe N o tw-e pruntsned aesessmc nto to be then made
Road No. 9 from Georgia line an W u, C Goga lerk untl, the date orf said meeting a ll Key West, Florda to hear any n fleaNtCEY. ca. ga oe a uts em ntty be t enmad
oth of Qnt a int n Road No. 33 from Alabama line for inspection tby any erson inter- n t na be made to t e Arelto Ctl. Comprinat 'orgia Street, between ivlsion apd
south of Qulotman to a point on e r i roniONe.d assessments to be then made "fcn e*n' V'rdrlnia Streets In the Cityo st I?-a
Road 35 near Shady rove. south of Florua via Laurel Hill to liy order of the Ciy Cournil. 'agint the abutting property on0 t Car ern C a fidae tet, 'orida, a u o
Road No. 10 from the Georgia'-a po on Road No. at or t."-ALI4ACE CINDer, and Anela streets, In the City of Key ll fed in the above-uta ed corgia Street.
line near Beachton to Pensacola viaC Ro N3view 4 fao.od Juee 3rd. 1, D, 13-156 Wute 3rradinge a^nd a State^ oFlorSidaand ist a entofe il e^onfilein theoffice ofeth e ,City
Tallahassee, Woodville, Newport,! RoadNo. 34 from Brookslle to 1Alist otreo.osed assessments "ll ,Havana, Cuba, and that haie s over I'ek until, the eate of said meeting

and thence around the coast to Pa- Bitor at eight Oiocl P. Y on Tuesday, fori nspebtion by any person inter-det defendant be and; she is hereby 1W order of th ity CuclD r
nacca SprIngs, St. Teresa, Nanarl, .Road No. 35 from GeorgIa liie Hall, Key' West, Florda, to hear anyi By order of the City Council, "laint fed In said cause on or be. City Crk.
al vIa Wakulla Cnawfordvlie. through Ashvil'e and Greenville objections that may- be made to the (SEAL) WALLACE PINDER. 1916e o, therwis 6the dalle action of Jul A. e d, D 6- a...
Sopchoppy, C arrabelle, A palace cola, thence to point on R oad N o. 19, ag ainst the abutting p property o a D ated June 3rd A D. 19 25 'aIt bll< wi l b t e a o s e bis further-ordered
PotStJoe, namaCit, n Road No. 86 from Leesburg to In-lisab. t S S t.reets,. inthe City oKey do,It be pubiherordered that this or. ' DOBBB
mouth of Choctawahatchee river, nes vla Wildwood and Rutland. Westil orida, "r' a:nedpa~ving"o~; said Notlce is hereby given that the City letonsehcutivue Twe eks ina'ihe ,ey cI ,coITC TOU 1 TO BTH *RvLRE"
. -hca .. r. r, Road NMT. a7 fr'n Aleakma lie. I Vuttsri. g.ading Council, will meet In regular session e'st Citisen, a newspaper published I JUDICIAlA C CrlT OF T1E STAT.

Frieeporp Portland, New Valparal' ... e...t O'Cl.ock ".o'uy,,n sai.-d Cosnty and Sats. OF LORIsDA dy AND FOR-dONi
so, Camp Walton, and thence into at DIxonville via Allentown to State e on fli in tI e office of the City June lth A. D. ts, at toe. City Ths April, 193s no I coNT.
State Road No 1 at or near Milton Road No. 1 at Milton. for nspection by any erson nterobjections that may be made to the Clerk C.iruit Court. IN TH MATTR T P-
and thence over State Road No. 1 Road No. 88 from Road No. 2 at ested. p proposed assessments to be then made By A.ep. KMP, PLIk.ATION OF MALORINM .
and.....ce1By order of the City Councitel against the abutting property on,. Deputy Clerk. POTTWOOD, AMARi WO
connecting with Pensacola. Weirsdale, east to Umatilla in Lake (9'AL) WALLACE FIND r. Angela Street', between l saet an T CA tor Com, ANanantTO. OD AUTHOnIED
City Clerk. Simonton streets, in the City of Key Solicitor for Complalnant. TAKE CHARGE OFl' AND MAN-
Road No. 11 from a point on county by way of Stark's Ferry td Ju 3r, A. ,195 West, Florida, on account o curbing, apr2t-28; may5.-l2.19-26; ju2.9-14 AGO HER ENTATP, ANMI TO R I
Georgia line south of Thomasvle Road No, 39 from Alabama line Ju3e-13.15-1 ~ gutteringreeadl and paving said lM-E A PRESE DALER IN
Georgia line south of Thomasville ___ste.__t,__nREn SPECT._,_
via Monticello to Capp. through Bonifay to Vernon and heAlistOfnProosed tasesments will IN CIRCUIT COURT. STAT OP This matter coming on to be hei
viaMonticello to Capps. hence southerly to Phil let. OR INACTIVE KIDNEYS he on fileinti theoffe of a the Cit FIORIDA, ELEVENTH JUDICIAI, this day upon the report of the pe
Road No. 12 from Georgia lire ontheC until the date of said meeti CIRCIT MONRO ('ONTY-IN cial Master In Chancery, to whom the
i Road No. 40 from Alabama line for ,inhpection by any person Inter. CHANCERY. I. matter was referred, and upon the
Bainbrdge and tQuincay road, viaWen-he t keys are In Yneed of e.N Lakin Complacomenant. totimony taken before him an
Greensboro, Bristol and to East south of Fiorala to DeFunlak Springs Whenthe kidteys are In need ofP e tCouncil n . s in itted theorwith; and the Court ben
Greens oand thence southerly to .s a good flushing take FOLEY PILLS, (SAL, A) WALLACE INDR ert Lakian.Defendant. fully satisfied that duo notice hi
Point. o _Road o No. 10. n a diuretic silmulant for the kidneys. Date June 3d. A. D. City C It a pearin by affidavit the sworn been ivn prior to the filingB o the
oRoad ,N fro41 frm i n They promptly and effectively flush 1 thut Bert Lakin the defendant ly adv'isedin the premise, i
ulee In Nassau count, via ro Baker and Blackman to Alabamathe kidneys increase their activity Notice I. hereby give t ththe City tate of e dorl sd ad idtaen of the .itIfei qu te pacito o -
k r oama ..t .. koRoadra a Nhi 42 from Rolaace f patenc, and qualfiato1 Orf Pee-
son, Gainesville, Starke, aildwi aca toAlabamarindcbringpleasant relief.Landon coulewill meet In regular session ...ide....Is unknown and that e. is tioner, Florence M, Spottwood to
an C llvah lton aey, a st ee d ocl ee on eo sesn over the age of twenty-one .years; It take charge bof l anger
and Caesllah an a. Talor Dorchester, lowa, writes at June16thH.19 at the Citya aheren ordered th said non- eate an property, and behcomt a
Road No. 145 from a point on Road Road No. 43 from Geoadrgo. lne an truh l sa 't Ly Whte street, n th e City of Kearanyy a defendant aea et Petitionerf,. Florence M. pttee, .wood .
No. 4, via Trenton, Newbeorry, north of An ucllI fl fin.through Aucilla Ktyo e t i uap eat ro ud theme iserb ea
inesl a n prc alata PILLS are the best I ever used. I proposed assessments to be then made before Monday, the th day of JuI.y A. creed that the Master 'srepoprti n hi
hadLaotmeontroabsagainsttheabutin Propertyo l.r 19o5, otherwise the allegations of, caused e and the same d iherebt t
tGainesvile and Palatka. e ua "t ; ................... ... ..h firidn Catherine Street between Varela an med In all r6spectsdhan
Road No. 15 from a point on Rad Road No. 43 from anord to Coogia line radio lead te Streetsin the C Key ll wil be taken oofe t Florence
landto the mliath of the Crytal t (Coti d nab i Pad f ght) et production. Ii Dated Flori A. on4 I* . c. r. htve the rlght to manage, ake coarg
10 at or near Newport thence south- southerly through Miccosukee tol- WestFlr, on ant curing It is fu tlaer rderedlthis or-,o and control her properttr both real
0Ser Catherind Street, .1eht ojsecutlVeo Weks in Th Revy'and personal, to contract and be cea-
only along the Gulf as near as prac. oer. se easterllng I was diuzy, could hardly waiki, A list of proposed assessments willVwestr espie;-n"ta-pwsper publishe trcteepwits an fully as If sherse "
to a point north of Lloyd and t en but now be on file In th e office of the C it .. .. yolnt IVAt. a rre d; a s to b o 4 ee Der e
near as practical to the mouths of' so e t hrouhLo n W d rug fo e ." T K T t erk u t d ofai mt1eerr r a
a& toRoadN.1C.T fspet ob y n )ir nit.o rt liabilities In all reN.pets,
the Steinhatehee and Suwane. rivers, %o __________,_-_--_"l y order of the pity ounell, MiyA..m. one antiordered at Chaipb .
Cedar Key, and so neart pretiel Road No. 44 from Sanford t CoALorado leads the States In et(aLe AA t .', AC. erie ," E l t.. ... .
to the mouths of the Cryjtl river, (Continued onlr&" mgwup sugar production. Dated tune 3rd. A. 1). L tl.-..



** Florida: Partly cloudy to- *
O**********Se**Eeo ee ---- RE G* night and Wednesday. Local *
-- ED NOW REMINISCIENT OF South Atlantic: Moderate* T t ln-en *i
NATIONAL LEAGUE 'FORMER KEY WEST BALL PLAY. WINTER SEASON BUSINESS southeast winds over south por-. rd shment il
ER GOT SORE WHEN ARBITER tion and moderate to fresh i th pe~ ty a l
At Ch'ao R H E CALLED CLOSE ONE AGAINST he ve-Se Hotel is expenc. southwest winds shifting to *'l L
Chicago 812 1 HIM AT KNOXVILLE MONDAYI ing as busy a season as during the ftrth, over north portion. ** fso-0c0 Wowe
ioton 4 8 3 winter months. The following guests East Gulf: Moderate to fresh *
l3Bttris: Jones and Hartnctt; "Pddy" Doran, former Key West a& rcgstere astthis Mit D east and southeast winds. tl he
Marquard, Gencwich and O'Neil. l,aseball player, was indefinitely Will Le Grande, Los Angeles, Calif.; * * M w * * *-w
-- 'suspended from the South Atlantic Mr and Mr. J. A Moore, Miami;
'. ., ... ,,... Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Moore, Miami; little folks~Am "l"TOIK- wm
At C nrinnati R. H, E. League and fined $300 by the league Bert Campbell, Miami; J. M. Stran-. I- ---- -i Mi/ I r- thr A ll.
Cinc;nn..:i 5 8 0 president yesterday as the result of son, New Yok City; C. F. M. Willey,Miami New I paperman I
Prokly 2 . 2 0 Lbraw, at Knoxvile. Tenn., in which F. E. P. G. Dedmon,Fort Worth, aerm
F7att, r' lIDonolmue nd Wingo; Duran attacked Ump're Harper, fol ,Texas; Mrs. C K. Stofer, Chicago;, Key West For Two Days
Ost re. ,hrhardt and Taylor. lowing a close decision of the arbiter' T. J. Curry and wife, Key Largo, Getting Feature Material
--- which robbed Doran of a hit. The Fla.; Wiles Hubbard, Niagara Falls, I
A! !isluvgh R. H. E, fornmr Key Wester, who is now N. Y.; L. P. Davis, S. E..Estrada, A. Truman Felt, formerly city editor I
Pitt.turgh 7 12 1 playing with Knoxville, was adminis Barrios and Mrs. Morales and of The Miami Daily News, and at *ft l
N'w York ... 7 1 tiring a severe "licking" to tbe family, Havana, Cuba. present feature writer for the same
Battcrics: Adams and Morrison umpire when his teammates pulled A. S. Blon, Mrs. F. E. Moon, F. publication, arrived here Saturday e 1 'V .J it." Ftl
and Smith and Gooch; Greenfield, him off. W. Moon, Miami, Fla.; C. R. White, and remained over until Monday.
Scott and Snyder. Doran was fined $300 several New York City; Miss R. Lovett, Dui'in his stay in this city Mr. Felt
---- weeks ago for striking Umpire Har- Miami;.~V. D. Carter, City, v'as much impressed with the
At Boston R H. E. per when the latter called a close! Mr. and Mrs. McCord McIntyre, progress evident on all side. lie
St. Loui ..... 12 1 one against him Dallas, Texas; J. Goldstein, Trenton, made the trip to Stock Island, where
Philadelphia 4............. 9 0 The "Irish flash" has been play-IN. J.; A. N. O'Keefe, Miami; Dr. A. a visit was made to the first link in
Batteries: Rhem nid Schmidt; in ood ball, was leading in steal- F. Kasper, Miami., the road to the mainland, from
Carlson, Mitchell and Henline. in bases and had hit in eighteen con- Mrs. M. E. May and daughter, Stoek Island to Boca Chica, which
AMRC---- secutive games up to yesterday He Hollywood, Calif.; William Brennan, is now nearing completion. ,
AMERICAN LEAGUE left Key West about three years New York City; J. J. Curran, Wash-. e e
-ago, playing two seasons in the ington, D. C.; Mrs. Geneva Cole, '
At Philadelphia R. H. E. Florida State League and going this Cuervo, Texas; Miss Jennie Mae You Know a Tonic s Good I
Philadelphia ....... ....... 17 19 2 spring to Knoxville. Bass, Cuervo, Tex.; H. B. McNulty, when it makes oou eatlikes hungry DOES YOUR LOT NEED FILLING
Cleveland ..................... 15 24 0 Rochester, N. Y. boy and brings back the eolor to your
Batteries: Walberg, Stokes, Hei. The Bulgarians in general are be. M. W. Phillips, Lake City, Fla.; SCeg then n moon feel the
mach, Baumgartner, Rommell and low middle height, but are stockily E. J. Grady, M. Enochs, New Or-i GROVE'S Invigorating Effect ofI
Perkins, Berry and Cochrane; Uhle, built, muscular, and capable of great leans, La.; L. A. Collamore, Colum- 60c. a 0
Yowell, Speece, J. Miller and Myatt. endurance. bs, Ohio, Percy H. Myers, SavanOND IN BIRD'S NEST WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO DELIVER MARL IN ANY
.nah, Ga.; J. W, Campbell, Florence,' DIAMOND.IN.BIRD'S.NEST.Is. .
At ...... ''*B....... .....S. C.; R. D. Cox, H. V Jun 16. 1-: GENERAL WORK IN KEY WEST OR STOCK ISLAND.
Boston .............. .............13 15 1 WEATHER CONDITIONS siere, F. H. Taylor, and J. F. BIRMINGHA, Eng., June 1- GENERAL WORK IN KEY WEST OR STOCK ISLAND.
Chicago ................... 5 12 2* WEATHEoort, F. E. A diamond ring she lost two years,
Batteries: Ruffing and Heving;', ...r.. o o i ago was recovered when an old: PRICE $2.25 PER CUBIC YARD DELIVERED
Mack, Thurston, Cvengros and' i n o d bird's nest near Mrs. James Strong's "
Sch n Crus. Cenr able intensity is apparently ce NOTICE TO PATRONS n a do. o SPECIAL PRICES FOR FILLING AND GRADING OF LOTS
cntw andhlwousp.resureI CETN I i PATRONS home was blown down
-_, i:, tral in the StL. awrence Val1 ,
Sley with low pressure covering *M------ I> !E
NATIONAL LEAGUE the northeastern portion of the Owing to the creased and on- ILE A MINUTE FOR LIFE
Club W. L, Pet i* country. Pressure is low also tinued high cost of equipment and ST...OVERI., Je-- .-
New York .. ...... .......33 19, .635 over the Great Plains and materials, we find it necessary to ELIG IllI. June 16.-Two L rA AMPANV
Pittsburgh ..................28 21 .7 Rocky Mountainplateau, while mke a light change in ourprices. firemen rode 45 milesin 45 minutes THE OVER SA COMPAN
Brooklyn 29 24 .547 a ridge of relatively high pres- On and after Monday, June 22, bringing a pulmotor that saved the
Cincinnati 28 24 .538'* sure extends southeastward 1925, our prices will be as follows: life of Mrs. Albert Henderson. 0 THE 'ONLY COMPLETE ORGANIZATION
St. Louis ...... 25 9 .463 from theupperLakes to the Surfac e 1.00 ORANGES RYED REAL ESTATE, ENGINEERINGCONTRACTING
Chicago .... 25 30 4556* South Atlantic coast. I Surface Cleaned and Pressed ..$1.00 .
Philadelphia ...........21 30 412 The unseasonably high tem Wet Cleaned and Pressed Heavy NEW ORLE a. June 16- 609 DUVAL ST. TELEPHONE 140
Philadelphia.........21 30 .412.' The unseasonably high term- Wet1 W ORLEANS La. .
Boston .........20 32 .'85 peratures thrt prevailed in the Tropi ....................e health department has cover-
ue' ,', P .... 5'Tropical Worsted, Linen, Silk IThe oiscover-ieee6eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeee
erAMERICAN LEAGUE u a a n &2berdine Suits ............ 100 ed that oranges being sold here as
AMERICAN, LEAGU esand region of the Great al each and pSM.. e l dripe are really green fruit with theTI E I T TI
Club %. L. et. Lakes have given way to cooler its Seo.uck................ eel dd y reen t ADVERTISE IN THE CITIZEN
t'hiladclphia...... ...35 18 .660 weather and while abnormally French ry Cleaned nd Presd i
W ,..,hington ... .... 4 19 .642 w arm w weather continues in the re Su i. 1 .0 .. ....* *-s .. i t -.
ChicaFho r7 519* d dl Atlnti lHeavy Suits ............... 1....... 150O ************************************************ ******************e, o \
Chicago ........... .519 north and middle Atlantic Fench Dry Cleaned and esed ****************************** *********************
Cleveland .26 2. ,491 States, temperatures there are Light Suits ...............1.25
St. Louis .........28 30 .483 falling. The average pride charged for :
Ne York ....... .......23 30 .434 Showers were general in the inning an' pressing men's ts :o r a
Detroit ......................23 33 411 Ohio Valley, north and middle for th entire United States is bout
Boston .............20 34 370 Atlantic States, and Florida, and 1.82 per suit. **
"' there were rains in North *' .8 2 pesi.
.TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS I* t were i it will also be remembered that -
DR Dakoa. ,the cleaners and dyers were about * *o e
Racing: Mecting of Queensl Moderate to fresh southerly the only business places in Key, i O E
County Jockey Club, at Aqueduct. winds are looked for over the West who did not increase their
Meeting of Kentucky Jockey Club, Florida Keys tonight and Wed- prices during the world war. :
at Latonia. Meeting of Montreal "' dBBAYER BEA UP'S DRY CLEANING Se
Jockey C'ub, at Montreal. , OE, WORKS **************************ee *e **'*e*e e e **eee eee eesee e
Jockey Cub, ntreal. Official in charge. 514 Margaret St. *:: **
Golf: Southern amateur chan "Master Cleaners and dressers"
pionship tournament, at Ashev:lle. ...- *
Minnesota public links championship ee*eee*.e ee e ee*********.e e e"**._*****.*. 0 0 00 0i 0 0 0 S
tournament, at St. Paul. Mississippl ,..:

Jackson. Missouri championship ATTORNEY AT LAW *. Bnd I *
tournament opens at Kansas City. 0 o D
Oho women's championship tourna- rOffice Renedo Bldg. Duval St. :: :e 0 ,;
oent, at Daytona. ,***************************************************
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r-n. D on... ..................... ...........s .. ... ......... ...... ..: U J l
Tennis: Northwestc'n inte -******,****,***e *******************,*******5****** 00 0
scholastic championship opens at St. ... 0 *

Boxing: Frankiec Genaro vs. Carll THE FOLLOWING EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS: e A nd continuing for the year 1925, .
Tremaine, 10 rounds, at Coney TRACT 19, SQUARE 6 *o ---
Island. Tiger Flowers vs. Young Lot No. 8-.$3,200.00-one-half cash, balance 1, 2, and 3 years. : 1 0 TSSC RIP T O RA ES
atCle.eln.. 0 Lot No. 15--$3,50000-$1,500.00 cash, balance 1, 2, and 3 years. : :I N L
Marullo, 10 rounds, : Lot No. 17-$3,500.00-$1,500.00 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. 0o0 0 0
Clemente Savarde vs. Marine Tolli- Lots 9 and 10-double corner-$8,000.00-$4,000.00 cash, bal. *1* *
ver, 10 rounds, at Canton. ance 1, 2 and 3 years. : :
___________ Lots 13 and 14-$3,500.00 each-$1,500 cash, balance 1, 2 and 0 * T0 -- o
Richmond, Va.-American As- : GRADED AND STAKED READY FOR LANDSCAPING 0 C i i e
locationn of Railroad Superintend. n Grinnell St.-Next to South-$8,600.00-$2,000.00 cash, bal. *I w :
4o ance 1 years. 0 "
its. No. 1407 Albury St.-Fine house and lot-$2,200.00-$1,200.00 *: **
.____ sh, balance land 2 years. 0 0
Oklahoma City-National Electric Tact No. 30Corner 25, Sq. 3-$2,650.0.-onehalf cash, 0 0
Medical Association. : balance 1 and 2 years. 0 *2

TRACT NO. 21 00 5
Northfield, Mass.-Association of Lot 7, Sq. 28-Corner-$2,500C00--one-half cash, balance 1 and Will be as folloWs:
Local Church Executive Secretaries. 2 years. **
I Lot 7, Sq. 25-Corner-$2,500.00---one-half cash, balance 1 and *
Chicago-American Railway As- 2 years.. 4 oe
sociation, Mechanical Division. Lot 15, Sq. 12-Seidenberg-$2,250.00-one-half cash, balance 1 w eek 15 : S
1* 1 and 2 years.*0 *
Port Angeles, Wash.-Washington'* TRACT NO. 7 *
tate Federation of Women's Clubs ; Two lots on Frida Street, between Olivia and Albury St,'eets- 1 *, nt .^..L 60
State Federation of Womens us. $2,000.00 each-one-half cash, balance 1 and 2 years. mon oh 0 0 0 6 c
Decatur, Ill.-Illinois Pharma-' Three lots on Olivia Street, between Georgia and Florida .Sts.- 2 2 Asscia"io na $2,200.00 each-one-half cash, balance 1 and 2 years. e: **
ceutical Association. Two lots on Pine Street, between Georgia and Florida Sts.- ::: : 3 m onths0l 1.75 :
P ean $2,200.00 each-one-half cash, balance 1 and 2 years. 1e **
Mason, Texas-Texas Pecan Double Corner, Florida and Pine Streets-$5,000.00---one-third *0 *
-...... |: Double Corner, Georgia and Olivia Sts., shady side-$6,000.00- : :! 1 m onths0 $3.50
Pueblo, Colo.-Colorado Council one-third cash, balance 1 and 2 years. S- [ S 2
P....., ...o C c Double Corner, Georgia and Oltvia Streets-$5,000.(UO--one. ::: : .
'ct Religious Education. : third cash, balance 1 and 2 years. : : : 1 ye r $7.00
Roanoke, Va-Fraternal Order THE OVER SEA COMPANY
of Eagles of Virginia. THE ONLY COMPLETIE ORGANIZATION 0 0 oo eeeeeeee60ee0eeeeeeeeee eeeeeo0eeeee oeee0eee00 000eeee0eee*4 eee**eeee
SWnona Lake, Ind. Indiana o C09 DUVAL ST. ,Phon. 140 *
ncil' of Religious Education. ,'**************************************00**e e e 0000000e*000 0000



JU-it 16, 1925



Ashleviile N. U' ., reuporti ie er" o w.-....- .. .' -
LAMDAMV I friends here, that they are having a "Good-bye old crutch" i
L ADVD C M P A N Y, I N delightful time. iTHERE IS positively no longer any save a portion of vo
RENEDO BVIING PHONE 234 excuse for suffering the agonies
RENEDO BUILDING PHONE 234 of rheumnatisml Especially in the i
Mrs. Claude Jones and baby were autumn of your life, when the vital and invest it prompt
"The del In Advertising Is the Declaration of Truth" recent arrivals here to join Mr. organs weaken, impurities multiply
Jones, who is connected ~vt~h t and linger in the muscles and Joints,
Jones, ho is connected withthe never before. It now, us ow, An account ith this
construction of Hotel La Conechau. when you cannot afford to guess. No
du.- They exteirteemain in t hs i ereIsy a joyous fact which can on the road to thrift.
"-- during the entire summer months, mean to you a fond farewell forever
I to all the miseries, the tortures the Paid on Savings Ace
SMiss Effie Knowles, formerly of bode-twisting pains that you have
N otes of T he Passing D ay this city, who s at present in bus atism. It is a fact that rheumatism
Sness in Miami, returned to her home means "blood poverty." It is a fact
S_____ in that city after a pleasant visit with the increase of red-cells in your
with relatives and friends in Key blood, impurities are destroyed. It
Announce Birth Catholic Activities Club Meets West. ture build a that .S.S. wse ill h l Na-
Mr. and Mrs. Lconte Valladares,1 The Catholic Activities Club met 8..8. is one of the most powerful
1206 Duval street, announce the this afternoon at the Athletic Club. blood cleansers in existence. Its re-
b:rth on Wednesday, June 10, of their This hi the second meeting of this Mr Koon wa arrival suits in thousands of rheumatic
recent orgaize a n ihere Monday afternoon from Miami eases have been nothing short of ESTABLIS
son.ecenwhich an ohercesa g the Etamazing! The medicinal ingredients
Includes members of the CatholicI. willof B.S.S. are purely vegetable. This
reiTainThere ois very important tq remember ItWhat e
urdu sThursdayDc il June 20 when she will return can more inspiring, more won-
Graduation exercises of the e!ght is in the nature of an auxiliary. derful than to see the shackle of
.,to Mlpnai a -released your .t li SANITARY QUICK LUNCH
grade pupils of the convent of expects to make her future hom. ody, swellings, linmSn sains, t SANITARY QUICK L
Mary Immaculate will take place Mrs. Torano Injured neas of joints andnua all dis- SPECIAL HOT
Thursday evening in the convent. As the result of a fall Sunday, O. L. ayton, Jr., and Gog C. appear; your stomach made strong INNER
Mrs. Eva Torano is confined to her our face pink with the old sweei DINNER
eriDayton of Dade City are via thnKeart glow, your blood enriehed and Steaks, Chops, All
Big Ecusion Party Here apartment, suffering a sprained foot. unle, rg i e more lu th used Kinds Cold Mats
ofg254ceriosionitysHar-Mrs.Toranowasenteringherrooms!theiruncleMr.Geors t be. You can do It I V-e81.8,, 1 h0Psalads
S Pe o i ntheOceanViw patme nthouseoland family, at their home 326 Wil-gre destroyer of eunisto aDSalads
rived Monday from Miami and em- Iw nthe eandi u street. These young men ar purities. Delicious Club
barked on the Penincular and Oc-. t n and the injury re talented musicians and will be heard a.5 ei a &i Sandwiches
cidental steamship the same day for teSunday morning at the Baptist oeae Our Surprise Coffee With Pur
Havara and other cites of Cuba. Milliner church services. Ceam sc
S[Will, Leading Milliner C__ YOUi fd K XC'ream Be
Dr. Zeyas Here Friday Miss Adelaide Blenus, who hasI Mrs. Caroline Rollins, sister of Monroe Theater Building
Dr. Alfredo Zayas, former presi. bee in Jacksonville the last two ..5 W. L. Bates, Miss Lula
dent of Cuba, accompanied by Mrs. moths, is now associated with the Scheurer and Charles 0. Forsberg,
Zayas, will arrive here Friday after' milliner firm of Madame Jordan, who has been visiting these relatives SAWYER'S CYCLE WORKS
noon from Havana en route to on West Adams street, that city.'jn this cty, expects to leave here Coe. Eaton and Mergeart Ste.1
Europe where they will spend five Miss Blengs went to Jacksonville to Wednesday for Miami where she will Bleele, Bicycle Suppi,.
months visiting. take a course in millinery, and so visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Bicy
great has been her progress,and so Wike. Isd R.irs
Mrs. Moffat Improving chic are her creations that she has 11
Mrs. Victor Moffat, who recently asfoc!ated herself with the well Mr. and Mrs. Eric Fqbian of
underwent an operation in a'own establishment of Madame Tampa are expected to arrive here at ICE CREAM
Philadelphia hospital, is reported ,, an early date to visit with Mrs. I. E C
recovering. Mrs. Moffat, who is Fabian's mother, Mrs. Mary De A.L. PRATT Butter Seolob and all other
now a resident of Miami, is well Miss Larranasa To Return Barcee, at her home 626 Margaret OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN flavors. Free, Prompt Delivery
known in this city where she made Mrs. L. S. Larranaga, 620 Eliza. street, und her sister, Mrs. Miynard Broken Leas Duplicated aon the CURRY'S ICE CREAM PARLOR.
her home for several years, and beth street, was a passenger sailing Baker. Mrs. Fabian will be recalled Day Received Opin S'tatBi4
where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.' .on a ni for as Miss Ceceilia Smith. Campbell Bldg. Flemiag t p Ph ....
,New borkn Mrs Larranaira will go
.4wtogrp, make the r:..hmei dfi ttf i todti, ..
Whteead street. tly to bany where she will Mr. and Mrs. Jaes cCook.... a'r
meet her laughter, Miss Maria r'ved froni Tampa Mondy morning
-/ .. C M .. .. Larranaga, a student at the convent for a visit here. Mr. McCook holds -
Ilrpoftant Shrine Club Meeting of the sisters of the floly Names in e pi w t Fr e
Every member of the Key West that city and together they will re. Natisponsal Bank in that cith they. Jimmyrst .**., e oeeeeeeeeeee*o
,hrine Club is expected tq attend turn to Key West where Miss Lar tiona l Bank s his iends knthatw hi, will mmy
a called meeting of the club which ranaga will spend the vacation i remembered as telIr i 'i-' whe it'
w.lI be held at 8 o clock tonight at months. Miss Larranaga has de- National Bank in this city previous
the Scottish Rite hall, downstairs. voted much of her time while in ohi remal to ey ar
Jeff Saunders, president of the club Albany to voice culture, under the'the guestis removal to Tampars They aliream
says there is some very important chest masters both in Albany and New Cook t the guests home, 929 PauMrs. Willing
business, which must be settled to- York City, and is an accomplished McCook at their home, 929 Pauline
night to be considered. vocasststreet, and will remain for about
two weeks.
-Get worse and worse the longer you
LONDON, June 16.-More than LEICESTER, Eng., June 16.-All :et them go; Leonardi's Golden Eye:
70,000 acres of rich farm lands have farmers are putting bells on their Lotion cures inflammation and sore-
been reclaimed from the see at sheep to frighten away foxes which ness without pain in one day. Cool-
King's Lynn. have killed scores of lambs. Ing, healing, strengthening. Get
S g g a " . .. . . .... .. ,_ ... - L e o n a r d i 's i t m a k e s s t r o n g e y e s ,
***eee*e* eeeeoeee**** eeeo oeee eeeoe*eeooee..e*e***.* At all druggists.
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SWm. Curry's Sons Co. AN C
m us 0* FOR MAYOR
*l n: L. R. WARNER
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 12.-Two
hours after John Errant was fined
SHardware for drunkenness he was "in again."
IJar'varL UHe can't get out for a week.

The chief lead producing States!
are Missouri, Idaho, Utah and

Builders' Material oh
C d e Ladies' Dayton Bicycle
hip Chandlery FIRST $15.00 GETS IT

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Marine Railway POLISH
S11 Duval St. Phone 328
We Are Leather Experts

Dressmaking and Dbea
Evening Cowns a Sei
Opposite PotosrSI ;
Regular Meals, Short bOr&W
Private Dinihzg emsu

Plumber and Sula

328 Simonton Stnat .
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Dc to the fact that we are enlarging our of-
lice and c.les force, we are in need of wide awake
young men who are in a position to devote their en-
tre time to the sale of Real Estate.

Only those who intend making this a permanent
connection will be considered.

This is a splendid opportunity for young men
who want to advance with us.

Send year written application to our Key West
office, 505 Duval Street.


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These Corners Won't Last Long

'Corner White and Virginia Streets-62x100, $15,000.
One-fourth cash, balance terms.
Corner White and Catherine Streets-82x90, $24.000.
One-fourth cash, balance in four years.
Corner William and Caroline Streets-Two houses,
$13,000. $7,00 cash, balance terms.

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Mrs. Charles 0. Forsberg is in
Miami visiting her daughter, Mtrs.
Leonard Ireland, at Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Woodburn
who are spending Ahe summer in
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**.**************.ee****** r autyC. .intD SPRINKLES TREES TO e T *'WILSON, M.D.*
.oo esoos e eooo********************o e uaCm s j (By Associated Press)
TODAY saldSe.f Terts tg YAKIMA, Wash., June 16.--Byl 06 SOUTH STREET KEY WEST, FLA.
BSr Tarned Into Bar of Price of Selah, near here, is convince. *No Wel 0 . .... GULF+ KE Re ALe Y COMPANY ..NC
Justice At Ince Studio ed he has found a new method of ---" ~ ---- -
-R- and barkeepers have vanish- combating Jack Frost. t *e*****************************************e********e
44W iW the past, the barkeepers to only cherry tree which a spring UAN
:J :::- evar3o on a0h0a PriGe GULF KEYS REALTY COMPANY, INC.
rwmbs hors'ofreeze failed to damage was one e 534 FLEMING STREET PHONE 37
&esiat blacksmiths and the bars to that came into contact with a steady 10
-*,tsm into every form of building I _p_,-,-e o ,,wate_ _h_ .... he ho __ KEY WEST, FLORIDA
;iaer the sun-but the first in sprinkle of water. Thisyeatrees with sprink._ i __ -f0 ACREAGE AND CITY PROPERTY
tason record of a bar to become outfte, Price explains that water at If you have any property, on the keys, or in th oity, we ean
e lart of justice occurred at the a.. .o,..uVS an ordinary temperature gives off a I -
ea ume H. Since studio; where "The IN THE DAY'S great deal of heat before it freezes have your listings.
o f Youth," the next attraction e -" REFERENCES, FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND CHAMBER
e tf Monroe Theatre today, William D. Mitchell of Minnesota, "HATS ON" FOR MOURNERS I sooste gal A 9 OF COMMERCE
made for Regal Pictures. eenappointed Solicitorr oi
atrph Ince, the director of the who has been i eeeeeeBOURNEMOUTH, Eng., June 16.M "eeee eeoeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee
;'ture, was assigned space on one General of the United States, to su -Re- C H Hendrix directed be. ..
#f te three giant studio stages to ceed James M. Beck, comes to the fore his death that mourners follow.- ust *va awe,14***.****he.4 .* Sol
tfa rY interior scenes, and, in the office with a notable record for ing his body to the grave should not
iety part of the picture, he con- hard work and efficiency. Mr. remove their hats. TT
trwIted the Interior of the road- Mitchell has not held public office ______ TODAYS BIRTHDAYS O
1broe where, around the bar, much heretofore, hut served both in th QUEEN FREES BEGGAR '
T s gripping action takes place. I Spanish-American and World Wars. QUE V., h FRiEESnB soGA R
11uta VM.tte wreigningosovrn:gn! :
TMs scene was used for the un-' e is a native of Minnesota and MADRID June A woman beg i ObinnStockholm a *
alr'.ed party given by "Spike" was graduated from its State uni- garslippedinto the royal peace and Swedenborn ocolm, 7 WE CAN HAVE A MILD
Vhaiae, (Malco!m M'acGregor), and varsity and its law school. As a; ws arrested, but Queen Victoria or- TO DA, .a y WINTER ALL SUMMER
fLd Hardy (Rchard Travers)for lawyer his reputation iswell estab- dered her immediate release. Hon. Arthur Meghen, forer day for many year an WITH AN EMERSON FAN
."*we core o0 their youthful friends, Pashed, He has practiced law in St. n. of D o Ca d rorwma bITH HOME. N
deding Corinna Endicott (Jacque- Paul for nearly thirty years and his SECURED RELIEF THROUGH born at St. M 's Opt., 51 years relief from the heat.THE HOME
lia Logan), the heroine of the story, father was an associate Just!ee of FOLEY PILLS .toda Asleep, awake, working
u-d Rhodes Winston, (Vernon the supreme court of Minnesota. a- .,! or renting, you'll enjoy *******
SItePl). As the smashing aftermath The new Solicitor General was for a John R. Gordon, Danville, ll.,I "'1r. Walter M. W. Splawn who has *its long trouble-proof
f tire party there was the terrific number of years associated orofe. rites.. "I have suffered with kid just been installed as president of servia .
areWgle between Corinna and Hardy, alonally with Pieree Butler, now an ney trouble five years; could not the University of Texaa, born in A BETTER DAYS WORK
alvi tOe police raid. associate justice of the Supreme sloop at night and wac always tired, Tarrant county, Texas, 42 years ago l AND A BETTER NIGHT'S
After thils sequence was takcn the Court of the United States. His I was not strong and hard work made today. : SLEEP ARE HAD WHERE-.
we4atofso' set was torn down to presence in Washington will add to my back ache. I got some FOLEY __
m1Ste room for the courtroom set, the distinguished group of Min. PILLS and after a few treatments Len Small, the present governor L EVER AN EMERSON PAN
,' which Corinna and Hardy, taken nesotans now in office there, which I felt I.etter and could work with of Illinois, born near Kankakee,. IS USED.
th &lr night court after their arrest, includes Frank; B. Kellogg, Secretary nmorn ase, became stronger and Ill., 638 years ago today.
as brought, together with he gar- of State, and Justice Butler. could sleep better." FOLEY PILLS *
metriW of the night's police net, be. -- are a diuretic stimulant for the kid. Rt. Rev. Cornelius Van de Ven, "M 's
&re. the Judge. Corlnna, trapped by JUMPS ON WATER WAGON r.eys--make them more active. 0e0t Catholic bishop of Alexandria, La., No need to toss about all night when an EMEESON FAN can
Wirty, is innocent of wrongdoing, -- a bottle today. The Key West Drug born in Holland, 60 years ago to. give you all the comforts that a cooling, refreshing breeze can
IkAr punishment is the most se-. ST. PAUL, Minn., June 10.-"Six Co. T T day. give.
weeo of uny present. month in jail or a year on the water i--- ve
T*Os, where the bar, joyous in al- wagon," said the court to Jamesj White sleeves which come up as It has been estimated that It Get an EMERSON FAN today and have a mild winter all sum-
-~s ffs abandon, once stood, rose Parish, arrested for drunkenness. far as the elbow are being tested for would take 680,000 full moons to mer. We have all sizes to choose from and our terms'are made
fI seat of justice which later was "All aboard," returned the prisoner., use by traffic policemen in London. give the same strength of light asi m.. ..
,f dteaf with the instigator of the we receive from the sun. to suit everyone.
Srwd his vctim. Because sae srethsof e
we arnd his vct redm. Because of ..Come in and let us tell you about our most liberal terms.
R1 Cor'nna suffered-but, be-. *: -
Mx suferdu shee eart aLOrIeSt t ilstsadsWnomeS p t THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
.. between true and false T ---s .1 DUVALV AD E N.-STS. JOS. H. MONTICENO
--ove. "- .fasm DUVAL/AND.GREENE STS.
...'ad ,. -- --t TI.a s I,. e.w' e e Telephoe 16 r Sala Manager ; C
A.r Mai"vm S Fil' phoed In ** '
Condensed Schedule Effective Sunday, M.... 1, 1925 ____..._____L____...
'Air Mail' Filmed In IOeTISUOVn woaw,,-pm~ ` .... e. eeeee.eee omee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeo weece"

- ---- --- I ARRIV L "AV.
.w "w. Ghost City s:to A. M.-TRAINS 85 AND 86-HAVANA SPE, IAT-?7:80 P. M.
..-. ----- 8:30 P. M.-TRAINS 37 AND 3--KICY WEST EXPrESS-11:10 A. M.
yftelito Slim and his two dogs DINING CAR SIRVICHE-TRAINS 29 AND 30. 89 AND 40. 85 AND 3I<-
-aw e wte have the whole city of Perr Pmtber imarmatfio. s*O the ttenet As&,t
itwM e to themselves. J. D. RAHNER, General Paaaenger Agent
Alter a months stay in Nevada's ,,i i iilii iI l -- _
nms., "ghost city," Irvin Willat and ..11.. i
s company. of sixty Paramount
* a uurs engaged in making "The Air HAVANA PORT TAMPA KEY WEST
* WM" struck camp and headed for ., i.. T
Bauta Monica, California, to film the .. T i *
.holite Slim waved them a sadl PE NSUL R & ocawfne s.hepctomp
bfmwecll at the station at Beatty, the United Sates Fast Mail Route For
av i % town touched by a railroad. KEY WEST *BA AND THE WEST INDIES
Il aBe dbpot platform he made a Via Port ampa, Key West and Havana Cuba
Atsut speech in which he pledged i Proposed salligla in ffetl an dates show. Subject to change, eas.
o ima to come to Hollywood when sellation or ladividual postpanemeat without aefleo
be bs t located the lost lead of ore Effective *ith May 19, 1925, schedules between Key West and
ink he Bullfrog Mine and give hisi Havana will be as follows:
Mew friends the time of their lives. Lv. Key West Mon,, Tues., Thurs., Pri., Sat. ............. 9:00 a. m.
Rliyolite, the famous boom town! Ar. Havana Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat ............... 4:00 p. m..
... cirled up and died more than | Lv. Havana Mon., Tues., Wed, Fri., Sat ....................... 10:80 a. m.
*u yersago ao after a wonderful Ar. Key West Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat................ 5:30 p. m.
bam, is just a memory to everyoneI S. S. Cuba leaves Key West Monday, Friday. Leaves Havana
S) l, 'pansI i Tuesday. Saturday.
$ ..He "pans dirt" daily and I S.S. Gov. Cobb leaves Xey West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
eptimistic-plus. Leaves Havana Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
in the picture Billie Dove and her! Above hours are based on Eastern Standard Time.
AtAer, played by George Irving, are Port Tampa.Key West-Havana Line of a fake real estate deal, Effective with Thursday, March 12th, 1925, schedules between
wd hive alone in this deserted town, Port Tampa, Key West and Havana will be as follows:
wiwre Warner Baxter, as the air S S Cua
maif pilot, finds them. Mary Brian Lv. Port Tampa Sunday, Thursday ....................... 2:00 p. m.
/ end Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., com-. Ar. Key West Monday, Friday ...................................... 7:00 a. m.
plMe the quartette of players Lv. Key West Monday, Friday ......... ..................... 9:00 4. m.
letured in the principal roles of Ar. Havana Monday, Friday ............................................ 4:00 p. m.
he production showing at the Mon- Lv. Havana Tuesasy Saturday ........................................ 10:30 a. m.
we Theatre tomorrow. Lv. Key West Tuesday, Saturday ............................ :80 p. it.
'The Air Mail" is an adaptation Ar. Port Tampa Wednesday, Sunday ..................... 11:80 a. ain
of ant original story by Byron Mor- Above hours are based on Eastern Standard Time.
_" 'D. U. WILDER, G. P. A., J eeaukille, riM P. J. SAUNDIERS, V.
-------- P. & M. L. L SPENCER, Acoat, Key West, Pla.
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