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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 30, 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: VID00590
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1925




*. *
(By Associated Press) *
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 80.- *
One million dollars or more will be
spent in advertising Florida during *
the forthcoming year, a large pro.*
portion of it by counties and muni-
cipalities. Following the lead set by
some of the larger cities and more I
prosperous counties of the state in'
spending large sums for advertising*
their communities, twenty-two addi-I
flonal counties and aboutpn equal'


LONDON, June 80.-Miss *
Vera Maud Hedderwick, niece *
of a prominent judge, received *
the extreme penalty of banish- *
ment from British roads as a
motorist when she was arraign- *
ed here on a charge of reckless *
driving. Magistrate Halkett *
denounced her as "a danger to *
herself, her family and the
public generally." It was *
brought out at the trial that she *
crashed Into a truck while *
traveling 40 miles an hour, that *
she threw her hands in the air *
und made no attempt to control *
her car when she saw a collision *
was inevitable. *

number of municipalities had local -----
acts passed by the 1925 legislature ,r EVEU E
authorizing the levy of special taxes INCOMEU REVENUEr
for publicity and advertising pur.-
poses. ,Indian River county, one of BOOSTS SURPLUS
the newly-born, asked for' author-. VO SU LU
ization to levy two mills with which T
to tell the world about its charms ,TO $245000,000
and allurements. T
A noticeable feature of the legis-!
lation in this connection was the FONDEST EXPECTATIONS OF
number of North and West Florida GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
counties and municipalities that were! HAVE BEEN EXCEEDED, RE.
authorized to levy and collect taxes PORTS STATE
for advertising purposes. Calhoun WASHINGTON June .-The
askedand was granted authority for WASHINGTON, June 30.-The
levying two mills, while Gadsden, federal government will finish the
Holmes, Ma'dison, Nassau, Suwannee, fiscal year with a surplus In excess
Bradford, Walton, Taylor, Alachua of $245,000,000, nearly fifty mil.
and Jefferson also got such acts lions greater than any previous esti-
through. So impressed was Suwannee mate and more than twice as large
county with the idea that another as was calculated when the year
act was passed giving each of her began.
municipalities to levy such taxes, Official report up to the close of
and Lawtey, Hampton and Starke, in business last night warranted of-
Bradford, will levy taxes in addition ficial statements that the fondest ex-
to those to be imposed by the coun- pectations in the matter of surplus
ty, for advertising their communi-, had been exceeded.
ties. Pensacola also was given au-i Another phase of treasury opera.
thority to levy a special publicity tions that g:ve rise of feelings of
tax. !satisfaction was the continued up-
Expenditures by the smaller coun- ward trend of receipts from Income
ties and cities will be little more taxes. Excluding the last three
than the well-known drop in the days of this month, revenue from
bucket as compared with the up- this source alone aggregated $1,-
propriations of the larger cities and 749,697,000 of eighty-nine million
wealthier counties for purposes of dollars more than the estimate upon
'placing befoje the people of thi which the budget was based when
country sone of the drawing cards ,lhe year's appropriations were made.
they have Vo offer. Mi(mi probably ____ .
will lead, the state in this respect. RADIO FOR iNSOMNIA
Senator Watson of Dade bcouhty, In I
speaking on the senate floor in ad., LONDON, June 38.-A local
vocacy of the measure that proposed hospital announces the cure by
an annual appropriation of $200,000 listening in on the radio of a patient
from state funds for advertising the who had suffered front insomnia for
state as a whole, declared that his 20 years.
home city of Miami had spent ap-,
proximately $300,000 during the past'
year for publicity, and that it would' BLOODSHOT EYES
go even higher during the next year. Are cured without pain in one day
Tampa, Jacksonville, St. Peters- by Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion.
burg, Lakeland, Orlando, and other No other eye remedy in the world as
central and south Florida cities cooling, healing and strengthening
make liberal appropriations for pub- for weak eyes. Insist on having
licity purposes each year, usually in. "Leonardi's." It makes strong eyes.
creasing the funds with each year. !At all druggists.
Daytona, DeLand, Palatka, Ocala, i
Fort Myers, and many other cities, -
as well as counties, also have been acts), Walton, Alachua, Bradford,
spending heavily in this connection. Pasco, DeSoto, 1 mill, Sumter, Levy,
The list of counties for which acts Jefferson.
vWere passed authorizing levies fori Municipalities: Howey all in
publicity purposes included the fol- Suwannee c o u nt y, Groveland,
lowing, with the millage indicated Tavares, Sarasota City, Umatilla,
wherever specified: Holmes, 1 mill; Zolfo Springs (Hardee county),
Gadsden, Hernando, 2 mills; High. Perry, Pensacola, Wauchula, Law-
lands (creating special district for tey, Hampton, Starke, Punta Gorda.
the purpose); Calhoun, 2 mills; The legislature also appropriated
Hardee, Marion, 1 mill; Hillsborough $50,000 annually for the Commis-
(two acts on the subject); Indian Hioner of Agriculture to use in ad-
River, 2 mills; Suwannee, Nassau, vertising the ,state' i resources and
Madison, Sarasota, Taylor (two possibilities.
- - -- - - -- - - - -.i .. .. .. I

M~L . EM -Fletcher's Ca tora is 'especially prepared to
relieve Infants in arms and Children all ages of
Constipation Wind Colic To Sweeten Stomach
Flatulency Diarrhea Regulate Bowels
Aids in the assimilation of Food, promoting Cheerfulness, Rest. aM
Natural Sleep without Opiates
To avol Idtations. always look for the signature of .
auW Sa* W ai J asskia Physiolns evrywheae r.n.usi a


Wales was so badly hurt during ex- '.'-'---.. ...
ercise at Melton Nowbray that It had
to be shot.

Gtorge Francis, aged 14, and Mrs.
Jane Walker, 89, were married here. I, D A I
Both are blind. IS D A 1J

Yeggmen frightened away from a
drug store in St. Pail lef0 W behind
burglar tools valued at $1,000.


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R-E E (By Associated Press) *
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., June *
30.-The city's one hundred year * * * * * * * *
iold citizen died here Friday. She During an eight weeks rush sea-
was Mrs. Lois M. Romeyn. She died son 88 ferneries in the setionof
at the home of her nephew, J. Hit. Orange county between Apoph a and
mon Green. Mrs. Romeyn was one Zellwood shipped more than 1,500.
hundred years old on February 20 000 ferns to northern markets In-
last. excluding Candad.
Mrs. Romeyn was born In Glen- clud0ng Candad.
ville, Schenectady county, New York
on February 28, 1825. Funeral Florida now has 135,000,000 acres
services were held Saturday. The of forest land. At one time there
body will be shipped to Glenville were 822,000,000 acres of forest
for burial. land. Fire has destroyed 180,000,-
000 acres of timber land and it can
LIST OF KEY WESTnever be reclaimed.
FIRE ALARM BOXES If the present rate of timber land
-I .-- destruction is continued, forestry
No. One District experts estimate that with in 12
No. 11 Naval Station years Florida will be buying her
No. 12 Cor. Front and Duval crating from California and in 20
No. 13 Cor. Simonton and Front years the yellow pine will be almost
No. 14 Cor. Caroline and White. i extinct.
head *
No. 15 Cor, Caroline and Simon.-1
ton The soils of Florida are cluassified
No. 112 Trumbo Island Ry. St. by the State Department of Agri-
No 3 U. (Disc Only) culture as Pine lands, Swamp lands,
Only) The Everglades, Low hammocks,
No. 114 Marine Hospital High hammocks, and Prairie lands.
No 121 OCr. Elizabeth and Eaton The greater portion of the state
No. 123 Cor. Frances and Fleaton lands are designated as Pine lands
ing because of the predominance of pine
No. 124 Cor. Margaret and South- timber. The land on which there is
ard I a mixture of pine and hardwoods is
No. 125 Cor. William and Fleming called hammock lands.
No. 131 Cor. William and Caroline ,
No. 132 Cor. Simonton and Flem- *
ing One of the finest sea beaches in
No. 138 Aviation Station (Disc the world is located at Daytona,
No. Two Dlistrlt where national automobile races
o. T i are frequently held during the win-
No. 21 Cor. Eaton and Duval ter months.
No. 22 Cor. Southard and Thomas 0
No. 23 Cor. Southard and Duval
No. 24 Cor. Southard and Eliza. The first state election in Flor.
S beth i. da was held May 20, 1845. W. D.
No. 2 Cornia Tomas and Petr Moseley, Democrat, was elected
No. 211 Cor. South and Duval governor over Richard K. Call,
(Disc Only) Whig, who had served two terms as
No. 212 Cor. Division and Emma territorial governor. Davis Levy,
No. 21 C(DiFtsc ylor Reserva- Democrat, was returned to Washing-
tion (Disc Only) ton as representative.
No. 221 Cor. Petronia and Duval *
No. 222 Cor. Division and Thomas The sate legislature met for the
No. 22 Cor. CatherDivision and Duval first time on June 28, 1845 in Tal-
No. 225 Cor. Simonton and Olivia ldhassee. It adjourned immediately
No. 231 Cor. Angela. and Simon- on amount death of Andrew Jack-
No. 282 ton Elat h d P son, who was the first governor of
23 tronla ar P Florida, holding office as military
No. 233 K. W. Electric Co. Power governor of the territory July 1821
House to 1822. On July 1 David Levy and
No. Three Distret James; Wqcott, were elected United
No. 81 C6r. -PACbt-' ad ,UVltsrf S loats.I W My- tAw cq9ed Isn. the,
No. 82 Cot. Simonton and CVft. lo6r hOuf by a 0,; micrat named'
ginia Brockeibrough. '':
No. 83 Cor. Watson and "ather- .
No. S4 Cor. Unitd and !monton IThe .Ort Indian outbreak that was
No. 85 Cor. Margaret and Divi- opposed by an officallly organized
sion military unit at the orderr of the
No. 812 Cor. William and W4nd- governor was in 1852. Governor'
No. 818 Cor. Newton and Florida Thomas Brown ordered General B.
No. 814 Cor. Florida and Cather- Hopkits at Mellonville (now San-
ne ford) to organize a company and
No. 815 Coa. N. Beach and Olivia proceed against the Indlans at Lake
(Disc Only)
No. 321 Cor. County Road and Harney, where the fIdians had been
Second St. disturbing the community 150 miles
No. 822 Key West Gas'Co. Plant ,north of their reservation. One
Catherine Street (Disd hndred inen went into service in
No. 823 Cor. County Road and M;arch 1852 and remained under'
Reynolds Street arqs until December of the same
No. 324 Cor. County Road aend year.
White Street .
No. 825 Cor. Havana-American
Co. Factory (Disc Only) The revolt against the Spanish
No. 331 Cor. Frances and Divi- rule began in 1812 on the east
slon coast and the territory between the
No. 832 Cor. Newton and White I t.nohn's and St Mary's rivers was
No. 833 Cor. Olivia and Georgia, t. a y
No. 334 Cor. White and Citherine eki4blltshed as the Republic of Flor-
No. 341 Radio Station, County Ida.' A preace truce was effected in
Road (Disc Only) 181 ( at Waterman's Bluff.
No. 342 Naval Hospital, United St. _______
To Be Used After First Alarm Is In .... .--.
One (1) Tap-Broken Line Signal] V1'len tthe kidneys are in need of
Two (2) Taps-Fire Out good flushing take FOLEY PILLS,
Five (8) Taps-Calls No. 2 A-. a diuretic stitm.tlant for the kidneys.
par s) Tap. -C.ll. No. 3 Ap 'They promptly and effeet~vcly flush
paratus the kidneys, increase their activity
Eight (8) Taps-General Alarm and bring pleasant relief. Landon
Ten (10) Taps-Conuglauratio Tauylor, Dorchester, lows, writes: "I
Signal. Calls for assIstance from lan .ruth.~ily ay that FOLEY'
To send In fire alarm by telephone PILLS are the best I ever used. I
call 368. had lots of trouble with my kidneys
Chief's Residence, 'Phone 896. S.n tvr- I couldn't lift anything.
I'w my back was so weak. Every morn-
ing I was dizzy, could hardly walk,
----- but now I feel fine." The Key West
LONDON, June 80.-A favorite Drug Co. T T S
hunting horse of the Prince of '







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Condensed Schedule Effective Sunday, May 17, 1925
8:L0 A. M.-TRAINS 85 AND 8$-HAVANA. SPECIAL-7:30 P. W./
D Nfsa CAn 5RVICBTrAd0 5 AND o0,. t M- 40. s ANAQ..A'1
eow r s tw Ifoasmatlna See the Ticket &e"t
J. D. RAHNER, General Passenger Agent


United States Fast Mall Routes For
Via Port asampa, Key West and Havana Copa
Proposed sallligs In offset on dates shown. Subject to eaasnle, *ea*
sellation or individual postponement without aotibe
Effective with May 19, 1925, schedules between Key West and
Havana will be as follows:
Lv. Key West Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat ............... 9:00 a. m.
Ar. Havana.Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., Sat.................. 4:00 p. m.
Lv. Havana Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. ...................... 10:80 a. m.
" Ar. Key West Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. ............ 5:30 p. in.
S. S. Cuba leaves Key West Monday, Friday. Leaves Havana
Tuesday, Saturday.
S. S. Gov. Cobb leaves Xey West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Leaves Havana Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Above hours are based on Evstern Standard Time.
Port Tampa-Key West-Havana Lln
Effective with Thursday, March 12th, 1925, schedules between
Port Tampa, Key West and Havana will be as follows:
S. S. Cuba
Lv. Port Tampa Sunday, Thursday ............................. 2:00 p. m.
Ar. Key West Monday, Priday ...................................... 7:00 a. m.
Lv. Key West Monday, Friday ........................................ 9:00 a. m.
Ar. Havana Monday, Friday ..............................:............. 4t00 p. m.
Lv. Havana Tuesnaay, Saturday ........................................ 10:30 a. m.
Ar. Key West Tuesday, Saturday .................................. 5:30 p. m.
Lv. Key West Tuesday, Saturday ........................ ...... 7:30 p. m.
Ar. Port Tampa Wednesday, Sunday ..................... 11:30 a.. m.
Above hours are based on Eastern Standard Time.
D. U. WILDER, G. P. A.. Jaeksonville, Fla. P. J. SAUNDERS, V.
P. A G. M. L. E. SPENCER, Agant, Key West, Fla.

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*ee seeee*e************* ,Aerica' f't .ted public SELFSTYLED CO M M U N I S The following report of weather
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS plground .s opnd in Boon in WOULD BRING CALAMITY conditions and temperatures was is-
1885, TO ST. PETERSBURG sued today by the United States
NATIONAL LEAGUE Weather Bureau Station in Key
.OL HL L The Western AW.oW:at.on enters (]3 Asmociated Press) West. It covers the weather taken
At <'inchinniti p, H. E. .Lpon) ti tsecoi.d ha.tLf p its split ST. PETERSBURG,, Fla., June at 8 a, m. today and reports the
Pittsburgh 8 13 1 season on June 30. 1^0.--Threat, recently made by a lowest temperatures last night:
Cincinnati ...... ......... 1 8 1 .e:f-tyld communiFt to boycott, Station Tem.
Batteries: oLrison aind Smith; Louisville, which has been leading bng ue d to bing other calamities Abillene (clear) .......... ............ 70
Brady and Hllrrera. the American Association race, won upon the city of St. Petersburg if Atlanta (clear) ........... ...........- 70
-- its la:it pennant in 1921. its "un-American" name of St. Boston (cloudy) ............................62
At Philadelphia R. H. E. Petersburg were not changed im- Charleston (pt, cloudy) ..............74
Brooklyn .. ...... .... 8 15 0 The veteran Ote Crandall has been immediately, calls to mind the Chicago (cloudy) ..........................556
Philadelphia .. 3 5 2 pitching good ball for the Los legends in connection with the Corpus Christi (clear) ..................76
Batteries: Vance and Deberry; Angeles Pacific Co(ast leaguers this n ing of t ne city before there Dodge City (clear) ...............70
EKT t .nd Wi .'on. \:ason. ^ ^ 'really was any city to name. Galveston (clear) .........................o80
... nd u hs b John Popoff, of New York, has Hatteras (cloudy) ........................76
l(. fN -.-,, toork ga e poa tpo e a written to the local chamber of con-- Huron (pt. cloudy) ......... ....... 56.......
S, rarcount of rain, staging a co-e pennant race, with ercerotesting against the reten. Jacksonville (pt. cloudy) .........7

AMERICAN LEAGUE Ius i e at ,- tin tion of the name St Petersburg by KEY WEST (clear) ..................... 8
AMER1bCfEAGsoEI the city. Ile demands that "Hard- Louisville (clear) ..........................60
S W into ininto Florida" be substituted for St. MiNe (clear). ...................7
AtPh WadPhington I. II. rTh,. Enid team which was run- eterbrg, Floda and declar that Nw Orleans (cloudy) .... 76
Washington .. ............ 4 6 0 ben d tounless this action is taken, that the New York (clear) .... .64
Shawnoee in the hope that the change: .o.u. .. .. St. Louis (clear) ............................60
Batteries Walberg ad Cochrane; will improve the situation in the would boycott the city. Tampa (pt. cloudy) ......................74
Coveleslkie and luel. He also threatened to sue the city T p loy 4
Southwestern League. authorities for the entire assessed Washington (pt. cloudy) ..............68
At St. Louis II. E .. value of the city-some $85000,000 Williston (pt. cloudy) ..................64
Ah alls inpolo is oigt value of the city-some $85,000,000
Chicgo .............................in2 6 1 lt f the substitution were not made. KEEP THIS FROM YOUR WIFE
St. Louis ........................... 5 9 1 willow wood and weighs not more ading citizens and officers of KEEP THIS FROM YOUR WIFE
Batteries: Cvengros and Schalk; thn five and a half uncs. The Leading citizens and officers of
nd mallets are made with wooden heads c b e i a CHICAGO, June 80.-Arrested
Mogridge and Dixon. a will remain St. Petersburg despite for slapping his wife, Charles Ger.
__.and bamboo handles. the demands of Popoff. They say o si wo a
First Game t w t he demands of Popoff. They ay oIng said every woman should be
At Clveland R. H. E. A club has been organized to con- that wit theg, passing of the city o chastised at least once a week.
Detroit ........................... 4 12 0 duct greyhound racing in New t St Peter a new
Clevelal .......... ..... 1 7 2 Orlvans along the lines that have nniea that the city of St.MRS. GRACE TAYLOR-
Batteries: Dauss and Bassler; nude the sport highly popular a Florida i now the greatet city of MRS. GRACE TAYLOR
Speece and Myatt. Ml::ni and other Southern resorts. that name in the world. Dressmaking and Des-gnin
.---- Compiliatons made by E. E. Gar- FANCY COSTUMES
Second Game 1y winning games a dozen or' rson, an official of the local cham-
Detroit ................... 715 1 no,.re in a row the Louisville Colonels ber of commerce, show that it is pro-. Eveing Gown. a Specalt
Cleveland ......... .......... 4 10 1 have been setting a terrific pace forbable that the name of St. Peters- 704 FLEMING ST.
Batteries: Leonard and Bnosler; the other flag contenders in the Lburg, Florida, was of Russian origin
Spetce and Walters. A erican Association race. i jus as many New York and New SANDS' LUNCH ROOM
England cities were named for Opposite Potoffice
i places in Holland and the British
At Boston R. H. *. l.uis F rpo, the Argent:ne boxer, Isls. Regular Meals, Short Orders
New York .. ..... ....... 8 1 is credited with having accumulated Sandwiches
Boston........................10 16 0 fortune of more than half a mil- oe o** Private Dinn..R oom
Batteries: Shawkey and Schang; ,on dollars during his comparatively vate Diig Room
Quinn and Picinich. short career in the ring. VIWS IN F OPEN ALL NIGHT

NATIONAL LEAGUE Crown Irince Ol0,v, who in the ** *** **' * *' * *
Club W.L. Pet. natural course of events will some C 2 IN I WHITE POLISH *
(By Marcy B. Dariall) e Sh-Mtlk
Pittsburgh ....... 39 24 .619 day become King of Norway, is a (By Malcy B. uau ll tShu-Milk
New York .................40 25 .615 leader in athletic reports at Oxrod Georges Clemenceau. the old Best Polithes For White Kids *
Brooklyn ....... .........3 32 .507 University, England, where he is on. "tiger" now lvng quietly on hi Full Line of All Colors Polshes
Cincinnati ...... ...... 82 33 .493 rolled as a student 'farm, is a striking example ot phil- Hi DIAMANDI
St. Louis ....... .. ....3 34 .493 4 , osophical old' ag,. In fact, thlf grand 612 Duval St.
Philadelphia..... ..29 3 .453 Harvard still has a big lead in the old man of France is now engaged In * * * *
Chicago ..... ........29 38 .433 number of intercolleg:atp track andwriting a boo' on philosophy at the
Boston ... .......25 39 .301 field championships won. Forty-Iage of 83. Yet, only four or five e,,e**.,e *.
AM R ine have been held since th fi t years ago he was one of the most *fe e** 050 ** 0 e0 n
AMERICAN LEAGUE meet was staged in te7 anw active and powerful figures in the go
Club W. L. Pet yard has ton thirteen world.
Philaddphia ...... .....4 22 .667 vard has won r s. _*. o o*eooooooooeooes
Washington ..........4 23 .657 In Ir coming attempt to swim By the recent, report of the trear- oe
Cicago ............3...... ,he English Channel, Miss Gertrude!trer of the Washington baseball 0 r
etroit3 ..... ........... 3 00 Edere of New York wi probablylub it is disclosed that $50,000 was : There are
St. Louis ........ 3 44 he piloted by Jabz Wolfe, Eng-'paid for Earl MeNeeley, who made *
land's long-distance swimmer, who the famous $100,000 two-base hit, t
Cleveland ..... ......7 4 channel as few en do. :which won the 24W r w *
Boston .....................23 44 .434 bad investment, at that.

TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS Charles A. Comiskey, now and for -- w i- th printed
many years past the big boss of the I Chemistry will play an important 0
Racing: Meeting of Queens Chicago White Sox, is the only part in improving the human race of 0* 0 *
County Jockey Club, at Aqueduct, manager who ew'sr captured a pen-'the future, says a scientist. Here : 1S to rem en
Meeting of Kentucky Jockey Club, nant for St. Louis. It was in 1688 we can not refrain from quoting Roy *s.
at Latonia. Meeting of Hamilton that Comiskey piloted the Browns to Moulton's remark that chemistry has 0
Jockey Club, at Hamilton, Ont. the championship, already given us some mighty good- 00
---- '* 5* looking blondes. *
Trotting: meeting of Grand The Paris club of the East Texas -----
Circuit at Cleveland. baseball league has a nifty batsman Stefansson, the explorer, declares 0*
in Outfield Clabaugh, who has been that the many stories we have read 0 0
Golf: Canadian amateur chainm- hitting for an average well over .400, 'of hungry Russian wolves traveling e
pionship tournament, at Ottawa. and with something like 20 home in packs, seeking whom they might
Mansachusetts open ,'hmlnion1lip runs chalked up to his credit so far! de~vuur, te all bunk. He says the eo
tournament, at Newton Center. this season, largest "pack" of wolves he ever ""
~-- -- .'.. knew of was a mother wolf and her *
Tennis: Spain vs. Cuba, first * . * * * * :six young ones. M any an exciting e
round America" Zone Cup ties, at WEATHER CONDITIONS tale falls flat in the lght of this in-
Havana. Girls' nc.onal t.urf court ____ formation, 0
championships, at Philadelphia. High press ith its crest orma n,
Middle States championship tourna- 0, ...... ,. o
ent at Philadelphia. over Laie chigan covers nmst Some theatrical managers are d:s- 0
et at.i l ha of the country east of the Rocky '" turbed by the fear that radio may Ie *

Shooting: New York State trap. Mountains except the northern *'wean people away from 'the living e S
shooting tournament, at Ithaca. Rocky Mountain plateau and drama and opera, but It is more like- *
11.',, A .l1i _-_... -_ ^ H ,, ...* ... .. l-

Boxing: Johnny Farr vs. Danny
Kramer, 10 rounds, at Cleveland.
Spencer Gardner vs. George Chap-
man, 10 rounds, at Newport, R. .

(By Associated Press)
FORT 31YERS, Fla,. June 30.-
Suggestion has been made to the lo-
cal chamber of commerce that the
immediate construction of a house-
boat hotel would relieve the certain
congestion in the hotel and housing *
problem here during next fall and *
winter. The suggestion was made *
by Jack Randie, manager of a local
-hotel. Plans call for 150 rooms on *
the boat fitted as a complete float- *
ing hotel. The rooms would rent *
f $1.50 per day. *
The fosterer of the ilans argued *
that the boat could be sold after *
more hotels had been erected on the



SO The above letterr when properl- arranged pellt the amet of a great
SAmerican central. Everyone NeadiuKf fte correct solution will
0 be awarded a beautiful lot, sise 2o1t feet. Free and clear of all *
enenabraee*., In a section now open for o* lenisaton in Nw Jerne.y.
a f leo eorreetl y o ve the paule the will be a small ehargeo f *
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A n. A us gitatornsiiii ly thatii it will create a greaser inter- *
eddy is apparent over the east '* est in these arts and beget a desire 0e s 0 a os
Gulf of Mexico. to see and hear the great artists in o 0
Except the north and central : person. The phonograph and radio : *o
Iuins, upper and middle M"s- have given a certain superficial fa- **
,issipp, Valley and upper Lake *,military with music to many who 0: *O
region temperatures are about ,would otherwise have lived and died 1 C a
the seasonal average. In the without any knowledge whatever of 0* *I *
upper region, upper and middle the work of the masters, but these :o C o0
Mississippi valleys temperatures substitutes will never take the place e *e
are below normal and over the of flesh and blood singers and actors. e **
central and northern Plains they ---- ---
are above the seasonal, as much People interested in sports, both : O
Ls 10 to 15 degrees in North a*pmateur and professional, have been 0
Dakota. invited by Bishop Manning to assist : a *o
Rains occurred during the with funds to complete the great **
past 24 hours along the Atlantic Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the 0 oe
coast districts and in the middle Divine in New York City. The le A ."
Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and 'i Dishop calls attention to the fact:
North Dakota. Heavy rainfalls that the sculpture of the cathedral :a e r e s s S
as follows: Boston, 1.10 inches; jwi:l include figures typifying "every S *
New York 1.04 inches; Charles- kind of wholesome, legitimate spott, a ""s
ton 1.55 inches. such as baseball, boxing, racing, ::." "W here Service Origi nated"
Winds for the Florida Keys wresLling, golf, polo ahd tennis :1 Viac i
tonight and Wednesday: Modeir ,The stockholders of the Washington a0 o
ate to fresh easterly. r baseball club, which recently declar. ** b ******* *o*o**o* ooo eeeeo*eaoe eoo*e*,. ******* 2
S. M. GOLDSMITH, 'i d a dividend of 10 per cent, could a a*
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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1925


Sisters, held a' regular meeting last Cobb arrived in port Monday at hard P. Thopson was an ANNOUNCEMENTS
night which was a most enjoyable an early hour from Tampa wth a rva ere yesterday afternoon irom ,i"L I I 1. .
affair. There was a large class pre. large number of passengers on Miami for visit with. relatives. n
sent and four new members were board. -
init!ated into the order. Capt. Those. H. Curtis, who is FOR MAYOR
I To Pract*e Operetta ,spending a short business visit in LESLIE A. CURRY
To Give Shower Friday The second practice for the l'iami, is expected to return to the!
Mrs. James S. Moor4, and other operetta, "A Night in Music Land" city tomorrow. FOR COUNCILMAN
members of the Philathea Class of will be held tomorrow evening at i ---- 6TH WARD
the Congregational church W'ill com- the home of Mrs, Louise Thcmpsn, Mrs. Lula Murphy of St. Pcters- L. R. WARNER
pliment Miss Dorothy Knowles at a on Fleming street. The first practice burg, Fla., is the house guest of Mr.
miscellaneous shower, Friday after- held last week forecast that the and Mrs. Thomas Russell at theii DR. WM. P. KEMP, DENTAL
noon at the home of Mrs. W. W. De- operetta will be one of the musical home on Eliza street. SURGEON, 617 FLEMING STREET,
meritt in the lighthouse reservation, hits of the season. --- CAMPBELL BLDG.. PHONE 309.
* Miss Rosa Albury was among
To Rehearse Wednesday To Meet Wednesday those leaving last evening for Miami, ee****ee eeeen* eeoo* ee* i
St. Paul's Choir Guild will meet The regular monthly business where she will visit for the next sev-
Wednesday evening to rehearse the meeting of the 'Women's Christian eral weeks with relatives and friends. BEST WHITE KID
program nf wedding music to be Temperance Union will .lbe lc.ld -- POLISH
played at the marriage of Miss Doro- Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock Rodman Bethel left last night for
thy Knowles to Garth Cold, which at the home of Mrs. W.*H. White, IAnniston, Ala., for the purpose of -AT-
event will take place Monday morn- 1013 South street. Following the entering the Citizens Military Train- O. K. SHOE SHOP
ing at nuptial mass in St. Paul's meeting, Mrs. White will entertain ing Camp to be conducted in that 811 Duval-St. Phone 328
church. the members of the union and a num- city. We Are Leather Rxpert.
her of friends at an informal recep- --W- AreL
Meeting Friday Night tion in compliment to her daughter- Paul E. Lowe, after spending sev- .***o *************eo e o oeee
Troop 2, Boy Scouts, held a regu., Mrs. Charles White. eral weeks' visit in Key West with .
lar meeting Friday night at their relatives, was a passenger leaving
hall and addresses were made to the Barbees Return From Trip last night over the East Coast en SAWYER'S CYCLE WORKS
boys by Scoutmaster Avis. Oliyeros Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Barbee, whoroute to Miami. Cer. Eatone ad Margaret Ste.
and assistant Scoutmaster A. Gomez. had been spending a few months W. J. H. Taylor, British vice Blerlo, *icyle espplie
The boys displayed deep Interest in visit at Waco, Texas, and many consul at this p Taylor, British vice a Repai ppies
the advise given them by these two other points, returned to the city consul at this port, who had been ab- Reale
"-aders of their troop. recently. Mr. Barbee is manager of sent from the city for several weeks,
1 a -- 1 the Van Noy Lunch boom at the returned home yesterday on the
1 Harbor Beacons Repainted Florida East Coast depot here. Mr.,steamship Governor Cobb via Tampa. ICE CREAM
Man..y of the beacons marking the and Mrs. Barbee motored from M f Butter Scotch and all other
entra in Key Westth labor have Homestead to Texas and return, and Mrs. E. R, Loweformerly Miss flBvort Fr Po t Dll r
n/ pal ed by thl lighthouse report having had e. most enjoyable Madeline Sands of this city, was CURRY'. ICr C A i PARvery
for, e, while much other work in outing. among the recent arrivals from the CURRY'S ICE CEAM PARLOR.
''"- o* beujng carried on by-thiie-epart wcst cou and -w std /
meant in the way of repairs and Mny Anaings Erected' weeks visiting here with relatives. S
provements to various light Many of the real estate offices in i--- E' I .
~uctures. various parts of the city nowv pro-' William E. Nelson, acodtpianied
sent a much more inviting appear. by his grandson, Edwin Nilson, were
Snce following the erection of among the recent departures /or
Excursion To Havana 1 --
The Florida East Coast Railway lawnings, which make these busy Tampa where they will visit for two e'e eee"eeeeee.e
Comh pnyl and the CP &. Sam-o places much cooler for the large weeks, later proceeding to Clear-. e
ship Com pany, dhave announced an number of people who visit them water where they will spend a per-
excursion from Miami to Havana daily.
To Ent......i Troop 2 Mrs. George ng and daugh-'
large number of Miamians are con- has. SweT. witi and aug-'
templating tain ng advantage of the Mrs. G. Piodela, scoutmother of ere w her f ie
reducedrates offeed. t t Troop 2, Boy Scouts, assisted by children, and granddaughter, Miss
reduced rates offered. Ce Russell, 41o this city, are, I
M's, J. W Pinder, assistant scout. C lo Russel, gl,'of this city, are
S. mistress of the same troop, will en. visiting in Florldi City as the guests
San Jacinto Arrives certain the members of Troop 2 at of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brooks.
The Mallory steamship San Jacinto a watermelon party Thursday, July
arrayed in port Saturday evening 9 on South Beach. This is Jn! Fernando H. Gato, vice-president'
from New York en route to Gal apprc!ation of services recently of the E. H. Gato Cigar Company, SH
. eston with 100 passengers on rendered by the members of Troop was anh arrival here yesterday from
board. Many of those arriving stop- 2 to the Cathole Daughters of Havana, and will remain In the city
pbd off at Key West. America. for several days' business visit.
Cuba From Havana L..aving For Convention Mrs. Beryl Curry and son, and W e h
The steamship Cuba of the P. & Arthur H. Sheppard, Joe Cabrera Miss Rolina Curry were passengers ,
0. Steamship Company, which re- and Maltland Adams will leave to- leaving last night on the steamship,
cently started on the run from Key night for Portland, Ore., where they'nry R ""Mallory for New York,'
West to Havana in connection with will attend a convention of th 11lks ere they will spend several weeks
the Governor Cobb, which also makes to be held in that city. Mr. afit rs. .sit.
the Tampa run, arrived in port J. F. Beaver will also leave "Mme-, Phlip J. Sheurer-- ,, a i
yesterday afternoon at 4:30. The time during the week for Portland, Phlip J. Scherer s n the city a
Cuba left again t a morning on the where they will also take in the con. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
return trip to the Cuban port. vention. William Scheurer, at their home,
11231 Georgia street. Mr. Scheurer
Sis connected with the Tampa brane '
LARGE CLASS TAKES day. This was the largest class to of Armour & Co., and h's vacation which we a
EXAMINATION FOR ever take the state dental examine. will be spent here.
tion, being three times larger than --- nd
DENTAL LICENSES any other. Sixty 'per cent of the Mrs. William Francis and two'
(B Associated Press) applicants are graduates this spring., children and M'ss He'en John.
(By Associated Press The others are dentists who have son arrived in Key West Sunday on
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 80. come here from other states. the San Jacinto from New York and ,
-A class of 174 applicants took the Oil v t h te
state examination for dental licenses Let The Artman Press do your will visit here at the home of there
during Thursday, Friday and Satur- printing. lemin rset.. Soderberg, 18 1 000
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P. D. Drane, member of the firm
of Monsalvatge & Drane, after
spending a short business visit in
this city, was included in the pasi.
sengers leaving over the East Coast
last night en route to Miami.
George E. Brown, civil engineer,
who had been spending several days
business visit in Key West, left last
evening over the East Coast n'
route to Miami, where he is now
making his headquarters with the
United States Engineering Depart-
SManuel Guerro, son of Mr.. an
Mrs. Manuel Guerro of Eaton street,
was included in the recent arrivals
'in Key West from Floreace, Ala.,
where he has been residing for .he
past several years, Mr. Guerro, iill
spend a few weeks here visiting rela-

Miscellaneouo Shower Receives Word From
P -On Thursday Afternoon Los Angeles Relative
PaSsing -ay For Miss D. Knowles To Recent Earthquake
Mrs. Margaret Duval, Miss Mary Milton W. Curry, president of the
Mallory From Galveston R. Curry and Miss Miriam Curry William Curry's Sons Company, is3
The Mallory steamship Henry R. will be hostesses at a miscellaneous in receipt of a. telegram from his
Mallory arrived in port last evening shower on Thursday afternoon at sister, Mrs. M. L. Hcllings, at Los
from Galveston en route to New the home of Mrs. William W. De- Angeles, Calif., which states that
York with a large number of pas. meritt in the lighthouse reservation, practically no damage resulted in
sengers on board. This event will be in the nature that city from the earth shvcks re.
** *0 of a pre-nuptial compliment to Miss p6rted at Santa Barbara.
Many Shriners Coming Here iDorothy Knowles who will be mar- Mrs. Hellings, who formerly re-
Approximately 500 Shriners of ried Monday morning to Garth Cold, sided in this city, has been making
Mahl Temple, Miami, are expected ln St. Paul's church., her home in Los Angeles for several
to arrive here on July 4 for the big years, having recently paid visit
ceremonial which will be staged at a********* *a to Key West.
the Key West Athletic Club. rnnAI M --_-
Cobb From Tampa. : OLIU L IIII l
The P. & 0. steamship Governo' .. rOUTICAL 1

(By Associated Press)
TAMPA, Fla., June 30.-Real
estate is now selling by the front
inch instead of by the front foot.
At least this is so in a certain case
in Tampa.
A coffe house after purchasing
a new buildftg found that fifteen
inches of the structure extended
over the property owned by a real
estate operator. Consultation was
held and the result was the pur-
chase of the fifteen inches of land
by the coffee house at $100 per

You Know a Tonic Is Good
when it makes you eat like a hungry
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cheeks. You can soon feel the
Strengthening, Invigoratlig Effect of
Let the Artman Press print it. j

Cobb To Tampa Tonight
The steamship Governor Cobb will
leave tonight at 7:80 o'clock for
Tampa. The steamer will return to
this port on Friday morning.
Oil Tanker Arrives
The oil tank steamer Virginia,
Capt. Andersen, arrived in port this
morning from Port Arthur, Texas,
with a load of fuel oil for the Texas
Oil Company. The vessel is con-
signed to the Porter Dock Compapy.
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th" .A n r eauty Contented n 1
MONROE fl... a Co e I OF INTEREST TO WOMEN h 1.old-b r
* ote rpoo, ittelt 4 a I wonderul met" to ali
a* e*** u Oriet * * * * 0,piict*W, mothi II
TODAY suA 1e. top T ,wa Sla Women are employed as pomp- ean ae thi t moment Yo
"TAid In P foaradise" eI H | terms in many of the theatres in m ffterlhe bao'
"i met In Paradise j Germany. IN OXifiLnod +4ko "
Big Thrill Drama many.
--I r .In Iceland the women enjoy equal r'
If you like romance, vivid color, rights with men in the matter of 'lS.
teouase drama and pictorial beauty in Bvoting and holding public office. IT two t
your screen entertainment, donat 04 9 3 .
miss George Fitzmaurice's "A Thief Mrs. Emma H. Manning, of Jane.s-' tm gran I
.. ville, is the only woman in Wiscon- -yrs em W
in Paradise," being offered at the ----sin holding a seat in a city council. t
Monroe Theatre by First National TODAY'S EVEaTS 'a i' ME us 0 a
-today. tI an d-I nMiss May / onan, representing a ,t I. wt, 1te
The story, an adaptation by, the Labor par.;l', las been elected to' F 4LIt 4n7ons.(o nr
Pran ces Marion of Leonard Mer- "...s6.- s 5ve."Mntbei'
Prances Marion of he United States Government parliament in West Australia, being i 611g st4M -e 4w6ae
ick's novel "The Worldlings," year today. the second woman to become a mem-
opens with s vivid episode in the (ber of the lawmaking body of that
pearl fisheries of the China Coast State
and progresses swiftly to San Fran- One hundred and fifty years ago ,
isco, Burlingame and Del Monte, today the Committee of Safety was I unusual distinction for a wor. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
Calif. it is the story of a man whom appointed, with Benjamin Franklin ,an i that attained by Miss Vera IL.. __
sate has made a failure, and wieho a president. Clarkwe, wh(r conducts an orchestra Roy L. McCardell, celebrated
ezes the opportunity to rquerafn -------- composed entirely of men at one ..jrnal and author, born at
as another man in one last effort to Twenty-fifth anniversary of the of the most celebrated restaurants age ..ton, Md., 55 years ago to-
gain his self-respect. His accomplice great Hoboken dock fire, in,which in Londonf rtUgeluaO Ud,, 55 years ago to-
in the ikapersonation is an Eurasian several hundred lives were lost and e * lay.
girl, who falls in love with him and $10,000,000 in property destroyed. One girl in every eight leaving Dr. Joseph R. Harker, who has re-
stops at nothing to win him. In the -- London's elementary schools be. signed the presidency of Illinoisi
rdle of the other man, he meets and'^ Twenty-fifth anniversary of the comes a dressmaker's apprentice, Woman's College after holding the i
eventually marries another girl. The completion of the Santa Fe h ystemp which Is a much larger proportion position for over 80 years, born in'
dramatic possibilities of this situa- and the inauguration of through pas- than for any other occupation. England, 72 years ago today.
Lion are worked out to the ultimate senger service between Chicago and Next comes apprenticeship in the i sago ,
limit. San Francisco. millinery trade. Halvor Steenerson, for many
The story told against almost ---- years a Minnesota representative in
any background would be intensely The annual meeting of the rorth- For the first time a woman has Congress, born in Dane county, Wls.,,
gripping, but Fitzmaurice, with his ern Baptist Convention, one 6f the been granted the privilege of ap- 73 years ago today.
usual love of lavish pictorial effects, largest denominational gatherings pearing as counsel in a Chilban n -
has prov d a wde variety of the year, opens in Seattle today courts. The woman thus honoref is FOLEY PILLS REACHED THE
backgrounds and novelties. There for a session of one week. Senorita Jovita Velenmuela, a lead- SORE SPOT
iI the usual gir polo er in feminiset circles in the South --
by o Under the atpwo o th y American republic. Mr., Ellen Reighard, South Fork,
bat ding suits, ant which n ovelarks the 'America Society, acting in collabora- * Pa., writes: "I had been suffering
turning pont n the story. A thr tion with the Italian Governnent, a Miss Adelaide Nutting, the first with my kidneys and nothing seem.
S large party of American teWchers nurse in the world to be elected to ed to touch the aching spot until I
hand ^ u a hi o se floora oand students will leave Ne' York a chad on a university faculty, is procured FODEY PILLS, with won.
the sea which is 'ended by a man.- today on a pilgrimage to Rome. about to retire after eighteen ears !derful results." FOLEY PILLS, a
eating shark arc other ingredients ---- of service as professor of nursing diuretic stimulant for the kidneys.
which have been skillfully incor'; A special election is to be held in Teachers' College, Columbia Uni. gently and thoroughly flush and
proratedd in the story. today in the Fifth congressional dis- versity. j cleanse the kidneys and help to ell.
Aiie, honors go to Ronald Col- trict of Massachusetts to fill the * minate poisonous waste matter. Try
man, the young actor recently sign- vacancy caused by the death of One of the feot interesting women ra bottle today and you will be well
ed by Snmuel'Goldwyn under a long epresntative John Jacob R oger f London. to Miss Grace Chapman. pleased with the r otaned The
tem ceitet. He physfh the role of The widow of Congressman Rogers who hos travelled thousands of miles' use of FOLEY PILLS increases kid.
Blake, the derelict who masquerades is the candidate of the Republicans in quest of animals for the world's ney activity. The Key West Drug
1W another man. Doris Kenyon is the and opposed to her on the De Se has brought shiploads ofCo. T T
rl, h,. tovo. and marries and A.leoen cratle ticket is Eugene N. Foss, monkeys and, snakes from Brazil, -
..... r. i plendid character- forcr governor of Maesabhusetts, lions and leopards from Africa, and Tiny ukeleles, stringed instru.
izatior. as the Eutrasian girl.. big epaignments of birds from me3ts like guitars, are being -en-
portrayals are lso given by Claude "Iflo MY th r-.d .s handles for pnrpo, j'
GOflFngwater, Alec Francis, John: v!6 "'" r h'n "" "[ + i '. '
Patrick and the other members of Amo*w t rouarel't lace, N. ibe A ..
the supporting cast. Aching Backs Make Life Miserable of nomad ie-rrior'w41habitlng "the ~o9*******************e*ee
For Many Key West People Sahara, th0N men rule supreme, '
They h voice in all public and
SIt isn't right to suffer day in and family, cedi ves, and they are com .
| IN THE diA S NEWS day out with dull, unceasing bac- pletelyI mlitAus of the tents and T TAT
James lJ'kache. Or be utterly miserab'c with their famillet At meatp the women
sharp stabs of pain whenever you .eat first, and after them, the men
James J. Storrq, the new preil- stoop or lift. But chances are you an .children have their food.
dent of thy Boy tcauts of America, will suffer these tormenting aches * *
isa a anbtb of one of the old bank- and pains as long as your weakened Queen other Alexandra of 0
ing firms of Boston and a director kidneys arc neglected. You may Great Br n, whose state o health
of many financial, industrial and have headaches, too, spells of disalz is a auatfor consl4erable anxiety,
other corporations of national scope. ness and urinary disorders. Then is no4 in er eighty.ipt year. She : ,' r
Notwithstanding his large and varied use Dean's Pills-a stimulant diuretic was born in Coanhagen, December : entire personal
interests in finance and business Mr. to the kidneys. Experiences of Key 1, 1844, and wis christened, Alex. ny is compi
Sorrow has found time to take a West people prove the merit of andra, Cartolina rriai (larlotte *
leading part in many public move- Dean's. Louise Julia. Hep Idther was prince bDU ng operation
wents, not only in relation to his Wm, A, Kemp, cigar maker, 1211 Christian of Glfckskerg, who. later .,. .- .
home city but to the country at Duncan St., Key West, says: "When became King of Dehimark. t The peKnnel of
large. For many years he served i sat down to read the paper, my - ing Company hav
Boston as a member of the city back ached like a toothache and I MONKS BUILDING AB45Y e building operation
council and some years ago he was a couldn't sit still. I was compelled ---- -
candidate for the mayoralty on a re- to get up nights to pass the kid. ASHBURTON, Eng., June 80.- What rth ht :
form ticket. During the war he ney secretions. I also had severe The Benedictine muuke -( Buckfast
srved as l'uel Adm!nistrator for pains In the top of my head. I used have started the final section of the I s it'iot to the l
New hlgoand and for the State of Dean's Pills and was cured." abbey which they huve, beeh build- : who are nllbf
MacI setts. He is a native of i Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't inr with their own hands foo enty ho eu
Boston and is related to several of sp!y ask for a kidney remedy-get Iyer o exceptlonal adv
tfie eld and family@ of D n's Pills-the same that Mr. ---- ..--:- SUCh a personnel.
that e.ty. This education w'as re- K^emp had Foster.M.ilburn Co.,AI RY, I
ceived at Harvard, where he took Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. AFTIT BABy WheT it comes tn
0. B. in 1888. 18 ad- hA D I ^ buy; what not to'
LL. B.| in 1888.u (Or.o OF r AL IOlCll T W& BORNR tions,* experience
Ko'5'IL oi A.5 ariso t O TAr ("I'gin cII COR TTIv'T 0-- T T ice, experience ha
". 1'" "O F oFL'O*I NDA IN AMON M Nw. Mn Ol n L teen minutes lOst
('5eFit. M rno nn o Thai(six"n to*a o te of AP.^ Tim-0wes n, al Recol to I:
NIe,, ta Ir i, et. ,^T o o (^l No."at LA N 0diReR. PI-Dkhan Vqeta. All of this exper'ei
Wlli.m .A, ('arey, purchaser of 'Tax 51POT'i'5O01, A MARIBeD IVO- : Lyd-a

ap _tlon tfr tax deed to Isasie' a0' COMSi A PR51 5 DEALER IN' ^-- i----i-i-
sra4aflte. with law. Balad ce lAftiate ,.VE1lY ESPDFCT.-',
nbrae'rs the followina- denrfd e s-- Dover, d Ohio.- t my lat .a, I
rty stt n Monroe C y, .This nlatteg toming on to be heard sipor4 O -
.ot B, .quare 7, Tract s1,. a record. tl Mter in Chancry, to whom the 1. ... : I
t41 0 1505 1, pae Sil, MnroeCoun 1e'ter as rferrd, ad uon thhe@ anuliot

in i ooK i, patfe 133, Monroe Coun. rt-itter was referred, and upon th, t
ty RT.cord s. tr'vtimony taken before him ahd sub- W howto gt
I he #raid land being anseaned at the 'mntted therewith: and the Court being a
date of the issuance of said certiflate fully satisfied that due notice ha Ied a he s..
(*rr the name of ff. L. LeSgg. Hnlp,31 been gifvpn prior to the filing of Wte i ,.,1
xitid corittiente shall he redeemed ac-. eltlon hereIln; 'and the Court be. I 4`1thitht1
SII. eteneY, and UnttaIficatfion -of Peotlu
wrnr to lnw tax de ed will issn o i fully advl aed in a thl pre mis e. tht the
,V.Ir. % D. Z. FILER, tioner, Florence t. Spottswood, to
Clierk Circuit Court, Monroe Countv, take char e of, and manage her own ed did
orida. Ju9-16-23-30; Julyi estate And property, and to become d Be
free dealer In evary respect; it I t askad
tierefor, ordered, adiud ed. and do- LJ
EMrisrtmn tolie' I creed that the Master'as report In tist1 r 1 0'
fratme- t n( r' (, 8. Land cause and t1he sam ertey conh e could har o
June 6, 1035 firmed in all riNpects, and that, the d in p
Jloe n 1e0. 5.ottswood, aid dt U Li
SNOTI' Is hotes vcin that Wil 1ee theiright b t***ana*, take hargeoni t d it,-I **
toisn tW ,artb?, eh- earPof eyo ndoo rtotha infltnthat cVftr B U i L -
e E2Me, 1922. ade Homestead and person ,tror eponerty both and beenIW.
Aletry. no, 017870, for Lot Section Witt acd hers. to nInact and be con- J n ur. x wk m
28, Tnwnabil 860 S., Range 27 19., Taitat treated .ad tad herself In stneadtL and Itbought I
kamme Meridian, has filed notice ofIn- alt respects as fuliyr she were not Lydia T T
oerfahlinh claim to the land above de- in relation t- a rty'rIgts and eH P I "
r y liabilities all rst
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