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 23, 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: VID00588
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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s***eeeeeeee e ee***********e****e**** ee* e eee* FO U*** Andre Huersch returned here *
Masonic Directory P. S. o A. -O after several years in the Orient *
onc D ctry N ATIONS AR FLORIDA he found Paris a lonely town *
Dade Lodge No. 14, F. & A. M. P. O. S. of A. Camp No. 12, meets WILL RESPOND ALMOST 100 without any friends But Andre
meets first and third Wednesdays of every Tuesday night in their hall I WL REL T 1 wi any friends. But Andre*
each month In lodge rooms on Flem- 119 Duval street. J. Winfield Bus- PER CENT TO PRESIDEN'T *was an ingenious young man, so*
ing street. E. L. Albury, secretary. sell, secretary. CALL FOR JULY 4 he inserted the following adver- *
--- tisement in a number of news-
Dr. Felix Varela Lodge No. 64, F .(By Assoelasd Press) papers "Found-valuable string
Thursday of each month at the Daughters ORLANDO, Fla., June 28.-Prac. of pearls with gold clasp. Loser "
Scottish Rite hall Eaton and Simon- The Catholic Daughters will hold ticaly every city and hamlet in the inquire personally." He added
ton streets. F. 6astro, secretary. their regular meeting Thursday eve- htate of Florida is now making plans his name and address and await
Anchor Lodge No. 182, F. & A. ning at Pariosh all in the church for its participation in the second ed results. They came in the .
M., meets second and fourth Mon- Defense Test to be held on July 4 orm of a. line of women more *
days at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton as ordered by the War Department or less socially prominent, but
and Simonton streets. C. E. Garing, La Asociaclon Nuostra Senora do la through the authority of the presi- all rich, who had lost pearls. The *
SCrlda dl Cobra dent. description they gave, naturally
Island Chapter No. 21, Royal Holds ita regular meeting on the National guard, organzd reserves did not fit, but Huersch served
Arch Masons, meets first and third third Sunday of each month at 5:80 and the reg r rmy here there ea and ade any wealthy
Mondayat Scottish Rite hall, Eaton o'clock p. m. in the K. C. Hall, Di-are units stationed will join with the r aquaintdnces-so may i
and yimonton streets. Chas. H. vision street, Mrs. M Cuervo Secy. a ui 1 n wlocatcs many, in
Ketchum, secretary. y. civc bodies of the various cop- fact, that he is no longer lonely.
Ketuhu, eeretarnitles in .i the Fou ft t
Monroe Council No. 2, Royal and unites in ceebratin the Fourth
Select Masters, meets first and third B. P. 0. Elks and in carrying out the 'purposes of * * * , * ,
Friday at Scottish Rite hall, Enton Key West Lodge No. 551. B. P. Defense Test. --
and Simonton streets. Charles H' O. Elks, meets every Thursday night In an order sent out by Major r-
Ketchum, secretary. in their lodge room, 813 Duval St. General Douglas McArthur, com-
Baron Commandery No. ', Arthu -H. Sheppard, E, R.; Clifton wanderr of the Fourth Corps Area, IN THE DArS NEWS
Knight WTednesdaysr, meets secottinhd and all units within this corps area are l
hall, Eaton and Simonton streets, instructed to hold muster, have a Dr. John M Thomas, who has been
Charles H. Ketchum, recorder. Knights of Malta parade and to submit reports of the D John M. Thomas, who has been
v- 'I., 1 -. .. strength of each unit and its condi- hoAen president of Rutger College,

ralm Lodge of rPrfection No. 10,; "*Al *s*Viutw .meet every


the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and Pythias hall on Flemin street where I National guard units, reserve ed
Simonton streets. Charles E. Garing. regular sessions are conducted. Paulunits, and civilian committees will 1921, and previously had filled the
secretary. Archer, Recorder. also report to the commanding gen. years. A n e of Ne
Southern Cross Council, Knightsral on the strength and the attitude Yor thirteen years Thomas graduated
of Rose Croix, meets first and of these participating the Defense York State, Dr. Thomas graduated n 18
third Tuesdays on call at the Scot- American Legion Test and the number of those fom Middlebuy College in 1890
tish Rite hall, Eaton and Simonton ...thu wyer Po, N. 28. answering to muster. and from the Union Theological
streets. Charles E. Garing, secretary. ertLia. este N second Am- ha outlined the Seminary In 1893, being ordained in
and fourth Fridays of e month. purposes of the Defense Test as fol. the Presbyterian ministry in the
Alpha. Council o. 3 Kgs. "H A Gihbon, colander R. E. l same year. He was pastor of the
Kadoah, meets second Tuesday In n. .. G I lows:
each month at the Scottish Rite Faulkner, adjutant. To acquaint the Americaneo East Orange, N. J., Presbyterian
hall, Eaton and Simonton streets. -"To 'acquaint the American peple church from 1898 to 1908, when he
Charles E. Garing, secretary. -with their national defense policiewas churchalled to Middlebur 189 to 1908, when he.
Girls Friendly Society and obligations, and to illustrate the as called t o Mddlebury to be presi
Key West Consistory N, 4, meets St Pul's branch of the G plans and processes for the organiza-. ent the college. While in
first Friday in each month at the Frmi. aly ornc of the Gilry tion of our man power and its mus- ermont he served for some years
Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and Simon- da ly t ^ e meets eer0y Mo ino r a f tonal as chairman of the State Board of
ton streets. Charles E. Garing Hall, Bahama street. at te arsh er o service Eucation. In 191 he accompanied
secretary. emrT ,phasize the historic oc- the First Vermont Infantry to the
caon when congress first pledged Mexican border as chaplain and dur-
Order of Eastern Star Woodmen of World ,the nan power and resources of the ing the World War he served in the
Key West Camp No. 23, Wood- country for national defense and to are capacity with the United States
Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of men of the World, meets every first Army, with the rank of first lieu
Eastern Star, meets second and and third Friday In the K. E. commemorate the sacrifices made Army, with the rank of first lie
fourth Fridays at Scottish Rite hall, Fleming street. F. 0. Weech, for that defense." enan.
all, Eaton and Simonton streets, C. C:. Dr. C. F. Kemp, Clerk. mAn urgent call f all ,-o
Mrs. Hilda Cawthorne, secretary. .. D, c e An urgent cal for all ex.-s.evlce
Mrs---- Hs timen who are not now connected What My Neighbor Says
Improved Order of Red Men with any military organization and I -
Shrine Club Tigertail Tribe, No. 19, I. O. R. other civilians who are within th is of Interest to Key West Folks
Aleets the first T n M., meets every Monday evening at age of enlistments, to become "Oie\ When one has had the misfortune
.onth. Arthe urfirst Tuesday n eah the Wigwam, Elizabeth and Caroline Day volunteers by answerlg too suffer from backache, headaches,
or n A r r r H. 4 treets. Joseph oberts, master 4 of master--afillinge-h y fAtea ints y diw rs rsa and oth.
Sr' o-u o -1-- i its of the ogised t sorvte ise Ills-and has found relief
Order of DeMolay versea Camp, a, Net hborei pf. 3natlonl guhrd that a be sI iril-.aWtbies hd oufferng,
Oe Am oR a tied at his town or city. UJp. t person's advice is of untold
Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order 0 ersea Camp, Royal Neighbors the "One Day" volunteer much of e to friends and neighbors. The
ng a Tueh/ ir -Ie le at n roweteh{the\ success of the Defense Test will wing case sla only one of many
hta t 7 An ni se, r ua depend, it has been. pointed out, as t sands, but it is, that of a Key
Eaton and Simonton streets. J. M. fourth Thursday in each month, ate it W heaisb ource of 'a sin t Who ou a for
Lowe, secretary. 8 o'clock. it will be the main source of indica- W resident. Who could ask for a
t:on how the manhood of the country better example?
Knights of Pythias would respond to its defense in case Mrs. L. Larsen, 1815 Petronia
ree of Poho s Island City Lodge No. 14, K. of of a national emergency. St., says: "I was wak and run
Minoca Council No. 13, meets on P., meets the first, second and third UnassIgned reserve officers and down from overwork' and kidney
the first and third Tuesday of the Fridays in each month at the Odd officers now living away from 'their trouble resulted. My kidneys didn't
month at 7 p. m. at the Red Men's Fellows Hall on Caroline street. h d
hall. Mrs. Annie Baker, Keeper of Alfred Higgs, secretary. organizations have been instructed act rigt and I suffered from pains.
Records. to report direct to the Fourth Corps'! Doans Pills from Curry's Red
CoaP m Cets Lte firt thr a 'for Area headquarters or to their ross Pharmacy and after taking
P. meets the first, third and fourth them I wa gatl r elie ved. ",
Knights of Columbus Thursdays In each month at the Odd organization headquarters by wire. th wa greatly relievedR, Mrs.
Fellows Hall on Caroline street. These officers will also offer their SEVERAL YEARS LATER, Mrs.
Key West Council 1015, Knights Isle of the Sea Lodge 104, K. of services to loca) committees In charge Larsen said: "I use. Doan's Pills oc.
of Columbus, meets in the K. C. casionally to keep my kidneys in a
hal, Division street, on the second P., hold their regular meeting of Defense Test plans. caonally to keep my itkidneys in a
and fourth Tuesda s of each month Wednesday nights in the new Castle According to General McArthur. h y condition.
at 8 o'clock V. McDermott, G. 728 Fleming street. Charles the general idea to be followed is Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
K., William Freeman, R. S. ih, Secretary. that the Defense Test demonstra- simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Pills-the same that Mrs.
---- P. 0. of A. Camp tions are to be superimposed upo Larsen had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
the local celebration which may be Larsen had, Foster-Milburn Co.,
W. C. T. U. Meetings P. O. of A. Camp No. 4, meets ..planned for the Fourth of July a Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Key West W. C. T. U. meets second and fourth Thursdays of p ne dior he ourd o- T uly ge a
the first Wednesday in each month4 each month at the P. 0. S. of A. national holidaVy The general GEESE ATTACK AUTO
at 4 o'clock p. m. at the various haU, 119 Duval street. Susie Elwood, further points out the. necessity or ------
homes of the members. President, recording secretary. ; having some prominent citizen as SCHEREVILLE, Ind., June 23.-
Mrs. A. ueth. the speaker of occasion, who wil An automobile containing four pas.
Ladies of Golden Eagle emphasize the objects of the national sengora was attacked by a flock of
D. 0. K. K. Ladies of Golden Eagle, Florida Defense Test, tell of its needs and angry geese and the driver was un-
Camel Club, D. 0. K. K., meets Temple No. 1, meets on the second urge continued support along much able to proceed for several minutes.
every Tuesday night at their hall at and fourth Mondays of the month similar lines.
Fleming and Margaret streets, G. at the Golden Eagle Hall. Mrs.i A general program of a parade of
J. Stricker, secretary. Annie Baker. Guardian -. Records. military and civic organizations, an
assemb'.age where prayer, patriotic
Pythian Sister* Ors Follows music and short addresses will be
Key West Lodge No. 18 I. 0. O. delivered by recreation and amuse.- s a proscription for
Key West Temple No. 2o Pythian F., meets each Mnday i night at ment will be followed throughout the Malaria, Chills. and Fever,
Sisters, meets every Monday night Odd Fellows Hall on Caroline street. ,state as in other parts of thii area. Dengue or Bilious Fever.
at Isle of Sea Castle hall, on Flem. state as in other parts of this area. ongue o BRUi Fever
ing street. Cuba Lodge No. IR 0, 0. F.., t hills the ferms.
Clara Carbonell, M. of R. and C. meets each Tuesday night at Odd FOLEY PILLS REACHED THEt kills the ger.
Fellows Hall on Caroline street. SORE SPOT
Equity Lodge No. 70, I. O. O. F., Mrs. Ellen Roighard, South Fork,
Pythian Sisters meet each Wednesday niRht at Odd'Pa., writes: "I had been suffering-
Justice Tomple No. 17, will hold Fellows Hall on Carolne street, with kidneys and nothing seem
their regular meetings 'on the sede Otto Encampment No. 5, meets ed to touch the aching spot until I TH r A
ond Thursday and fourth Friday the second and fourth Friday procured FOLEY PILLS, -with won-f
nights of each month at the Odd eachmonth at the P. 0. S. of A. erful results."Y PILLS wth won-R EA L
Fellows hall on Caroline street. All all, on Duval street. ul results. FOLE PILLS, a
visitors will be given a hearty wel- Dual ret _______ diuretic stimulant for the kidneys, I
come. Miss Agnes Ward, M. of R. DRUNKINCHURCHently and thoroughly flush ad -D A I .
SC. DUK1CUR cleanse the kidneys and help to eli. IS .. .
CARDIFF ....... B_. t. minate poisonous waste matter. Try
Modern Woodman of CARDIFF, June 28.-Stanley bottle today and you will be well
Rees was heavily fined at Llanelly Iplased with the relief obtained. The
Island Camp 17020, M. W. A. for going to church while drunk and
meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuosdays useor oin to church while drnk an of FOLEY PILLS nreases kid.
of the month at 8 p. m. at the Red causing a disturbance. n,y activity. The Key West Drug:
Men's Hall. John C. Park. Clerk. Co. T T

Knlsht. oa oldes EngI. B SInSt8ailSWOnnSyup bThe atmospheric pressure on the' AS SERVI

meets ev T e ni ae barmt will i nreae
hal,. Grionnell and eming streets. p.. a. ,.eas the pres11 111 onre s
Percy M. Roberts, master of records. I. c. A. Voese. M. p piM itt de rease the pressure 2,500 pounds, i

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Shows IFlorlda Progress

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to go where the possibilities of advar"ement
are best. Therefore, a study of railroad build-
ing during the past quarter-century shows the
solid basis on which rests the prosperity of
Railroad Mfleage
1900.1910-Florida gained 34%
United States gained 24%
1910-1920-Florida gained 17%
United States gained 5%
1900-1920-Florida gained 58%
United States gained 30%
The rapid atri4es you have seen Florida make these
past few years really began ten, twenty, thirty years
ago. The progress of the State is solidly established.
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Florida East Coast Railway


Condensed Schedule Effective Sunday, May 17, 1925
SO llUT OUND OI ,owkIruseux
8:10 A. M.-TRAINS 85. AND 86-HAVANA SPIDCIAL-7:80 P. M.
3:30 P. M.-TRAIlJ8 37 AND 88-KEY WEST XPBiRS-1l:I10 A. M.
DINING CAR BERvCcm--.Z.RAINB 29 AND 40.00a ANb o40,' AND 8
erL rtvhtr ete wstlet tMea t aUst
'A U f A"- W -5i -J -


United State PFast Mall Rutes Fosr
Via Port sampa, Key West and Havaaa Cuba
Proposed sailings In offset on dates shown. SubJeot to obasge, ea*.
eollation or individual postponement withbot notlee
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.
S Lv. Havana Mon., Tues., Wed, Fri., Sat. ..................... 10:30 a. m.
Ar. Key West Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat ................. 5:30 p. n.
S. S. Cuba leaves Key West Monday, Friday. Leaves Havana
Tuesday, Saturday.
S. 8. Gov. Cobb leaves Xey West Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Leaves Havana Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Above hours are based on Eastern Standard Time.
Port Tampa.Key West.Havana Line
Effective with Thursday, March 12th, 1925, schedules between
Port Tasnpa, Key West and Havana will be as follows:
S. S. Cuba
Lv. Port Tampa Sunday, Thursday ............................... 2:00 p. m.
Ar. Key West Monday, Friday ...................................... 7:00 a. m.
Lv. Key West Monday, Friday ........................................ 9:00 a. m.
f Ar. Havana Monday, Friday ...................................... 4:00 p. m.
Lv. Havana Tuesaay 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, 0. P. A., Jacksonvlle, PFl. P. J. SAUNDERS, V.
P. & G. M. L. E. SPENCER, Agent, Key West, Fla.






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; *.. Jacksonvilles Athetic EXPERT IS HIRED l AND S . ; Southern Bell To Erect MART LI I AW FOR
BA E ACoachBackAnother Year FROM HERE AND THERE New Exchange At Orland.
DA LDE ALL ess)TO AID RAILWAY ..........(B Associated Press) PART OFSHANGHAI
... .... IAnnouncent has been made that D iBOARD OF STATE More than 1,00,000 o f the taking ot of a building permit of (By Associated Press)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Robert Marshall again coach -- ints of the unid Stats are o200,000 by the Southern Bell Tele- SHANGHAI, June 23.-Martial
S---- and direct athletics at Duval High FRED PETTIJOHN, ANALYTICAL Swcdsh stock. 'phone Company for its new ex- law has been proclaimed in the
NATIONAL LEAGUE School during the season 1925.20. ACCOUNTANT, WILL ASSISTj --- | change building here during the past suburbs of Shanghai by General
At erliall has been coach at the high COMMISSION IN DEALING The average passenger locomotive ek has brought the total suburbs of Shang, hon of General
PAt St. Lous tl. I E. s chuol for the past three years. He WITH RATE CASES cot about $50,000, which is also thu permit values to past the $400,000 Chang Tso Lin, Manchurian war
ittsburgh .................... 24 21 has been director of athletics for cost of a s'eeping-car. mark for this month, according to a lord.
St. Louis ......................... 6 14 7 more than two years. (nl Associated Press) ----- compilation made by J. S. Masek, __________
Batteries: Kremer, Aldridge and, Conch Marshall during his connec- TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 23.-i The United States consumes more secretary of the Orlandd Realty DIES BEFORE HE WINS
Spencer; Stuart, Rchm and Schmidt. tion with the school has coached the perience, who will colhlborate with]than three-fourths of the entire Board. If the rate continues, says
At Ch.. H E baseball, football and basketball The Florida state railroad commis- world output of raw silk. Mr. Masek, the value of building MARPLE, Eng., June 28.-With
C tncinncago U. 12 4 teams. He has always put out teams sion hac- employed Fredl Pott'john, - permits for the month of June will victory in sfght for the first time in
Cicao 2 0..............t were good contenders for tate an expert analytical accountant of At the British Empire Exhibition pass the $700,000 mark, which will eight years of golf contests with a
Bateries................ Ma euge championships and in 1924 the Du- .long expernce, who ill colabuorat Wembley a million electric be the largest in the history of the cousin, David Mcintyre dropped dead
Bus s a nd oIigh football team nder his ate with other p lits of te lihts are used in the amusement city for the period of thirty days on the links.
Bush, Jacobs and Gonzales. o',chiii, won the state champion-aie w__erp._i_._.......
i- ... commission in dealing with rate cs!u! section aloe.
Others not scheduled. The handling of the three major'and other matters that come before I ---- Orlando's Application In
1,'!tits re q Coach Ma the comniission from time to time; In England there is no law agaAn.ctati n .
AMERICAN LEAGUE shall's ti nr er and other men are a ploymeiit of Mr Ptjoho as using bank-notes as an advertising or Cavalry Guard Unit POLITICAL
oit ..... .. made possible by reason of increased medium by stamping business names
At Philadelphia R. H. E. J' dS :'im :I a cham e boy: tennappropriations made by the 1925and ars th om, a, ,eyPIheI MTand addresses on them.NTS
.9 12 0 ind swimming teams of the boys and ,,".. plication ha been made to the Ad- NNOUNCE I
S. ildl ias ............. 9 1 the girls' basketball team legislature. The commission haI d ---f ot .t.t.G.e .o..S ateorer. I
Philadelphia ....... ......... 2 9 1 been without an analytical t- Announcing train times and other.isn. e ctablish a nSationl -_____.r
Batteries: Bush and Dixon; 0 RS C ll A-lI countant since the middle of 1919. information to waiting passengers by cavalry unit n this city. It is ex. FORal MAYOR
Baumgartner, Stokes, Walberg and ollIns Colleg AtleC Mr Pettijohn, who is 43 years of means of loud speakers is being ex-
Cochrane. Coach Out With President age, was for several years manager tried out In one of the great ralway petroo will be wanted shor the c LESLIE A. CURRY
At Bston--R I (By Assocated Press) y.,of an audit company of Louisville stations .of London. cording to P. W. Lampertine, who FOR COUNCLMAN
At Boston R11,.E.J (By Associated Press) I Ky., in which position he engaged in -FOR COUNCILM
"Detroit .......... .... .... 8 13 0O WINTER PARK, Fla., June 23.- preparing, introducing and defending One of the hobbies of John G. will command the outfit. 6TH WARD
Boston ........... .... .. 4 10 2 No appointment has yet been made analytical cost and statistical studies Sargent, the new Attorney-General ce campaign to fill bthe unt t L R. WARN
Batteries: Whitehill and Bassler; to fill the vacancy as athletic coach in connection with railroad, express of the United States is the collection pece time capacity will be started
Zahniser, Ross and Picinich. t Rollins College made by thelthe adjutantgeneralap DR. WM. P. KEMP. DENTAL
Zahniser, Ross and Picinich. RoRollins College made by the rate cases before the federal and of pipes, of which it is said that he proves the application. The troop SURGEON, 617 FLEMIN. STREET
;resignation of Coach Gene Frank* comn s among them the has more than one hundred. p 3roop SURGEON, 617 FLEMING, STREETI
At Washington R. H. E. rank was recently appointed tate om son, amongthem the has more than one hundred, will be stationed at the Fair Grounds CAMPBELL BDG.. PHONE 389.
At Washington R. H. E.'r. Frank was recently appointed famous Mlinnesota rate case. where adequate facilities for the
Cleveland ............. 2 11 6 coach to succeed L. H. Dyck and his From March 1918 to July of that To stimulate home industries, the corraling the horses furnished by
Washington.............: Shaute, Edwards,7 8 resignation was a surprise to thear he was statistician for the Turkih Government has issued an the United States war department *
d Walters: Zachary and Sverd.reason that as Dr. W. C. Weir had Federal Wage Commission which order compelling all employes in the r-btainable together with quarters 2 IN WHITE POLISH *
Resigned as pre ent of the college was headed by Secretary Lane of the public service to wear only clothing for the storaging of the men's equip- Shu-Mlk *
At New York R. II. E. he did notcare to be connected with geDepartment of the Interior, which and shoes of native production. ment and the placing of locker ; Bet Polishes For White Kids *
Chicago .............. ....... 6 9 2 the institution. His successor is fixed the first wage scale for the -- rooms. Full Line of All Color Polishes *
New York ........................1 7 1 expected to be appointed shortly Drector General of Railroads for The apron worn by General H. DIAMANDI
waSerial o. .i..... .. 1 7 expected to be appointed shortly. Lafayette when e laid the cornr r v. 017.10St
Batteries: Lyons and Schalk; Irailway employes. Lafayette when he lad the corner rtnt of thetrlr.. Lani 612 Dvl St.
Hoyt, Pennock, Shawkey and Schang. T W T e was from July 1918 to April stone for the Bunker Hill monument Offlee at calnusville, i 4la. . ."
----ne LIST OF KEY WEST ~120 chicf cost accountant for the;a century ago is still carefully pre- NOTIC Is hereylgiv veth__atI____ l.-
NATIONAL LEAGUE FIRE ALARM BOXES 'United States railroad administra served by the Masonic Grand Lodge la n th, ofKeyWest. Florida.
Club W L. Pet, ton, in charge of accounting in conof Massachusctts. Etry, No. 017570, for 14ot 8, SeCton
'ih o c t i2, TownshIei SI. i,, Hang'e 27 E. Tal-A
Club W. L. Pet, No. One District ncction with equipment purchased --t- hasnee Merldlan, has filed note of, In-o
New York .3 22 .621 No, 11 Naval Station under contract. Later he became A Finnish law substituting pilot astabl lam to the land ove dOMPAN
Cincinnati 31 28 .60 No. 18 Cor. Fironton and Front vice president of a Chicago flol en-'and lightship service for compulsory sribed, before clerk Circult Court, at
Br, lyn ..30 28 .51 No. 14 Cor. Caroline and White- gaged in accounting and ong'neering military service in the Aaland Islandi July, 1925
diaimant names as witnesses: Wholesal$ Grocers and
... bad where hlie remained until entering (a group in the Baltic between B. D. Hall, of Key West, Florida.
it. Lo 2K 32 '.41 15 C r.Cauroline and Simon, the state railroad commission's em- Swedcn and Finland) has aroused laRobert Skinner, of Key West. Flor. Commal.ion Mererhcas
Chicago ........... 28 34 .,Is to Iotn
Philadelphia 23 :t .4041 No. 112 Crumbo Is lnd Ry. St. ploy. dissatisfaction among the islanders. Ira A. Fry, of Key West, Florida.
PhlJehi ........ Jhn Campbell, of Key Wens, Flor'- Sl FRONT STREET
Boston ............. 23 24 .404 (Disc Only) Chairman Burr states that the ---- Ida. 1 13 K EST .
No. 113 UU. S. Barracks (Disc commison is familiar with the The word chapel comes from capa, Jus-30t cr. BOX KY WEST. FLA
AMERICAN LEAGUE o. 4 Marne Hospital ly) work of its new accountant who has a chest. The word was orghna lly : ... .
Club W. L. Pet iNo. 121 Cor. Elizabeth and Eaton been employed !n a number of cas s' applied to the chest in which the **eeeeee seeeeseeo o o*eeeeeee ee.eeeeee,, , ~e .
Philadelphia .. 40 19 .,'78 No. 122 Cor. Margaret and Eaton in the past to make audits of bocks relies of a saint were deposited, af- :
Washington ... ....'. J 7' .,, No. 123 Cor. Franqes and Flcm- and affa!ra of railroads 4oing-> '-'vards.tq 'the apartment in a M A I I IN
tago .... ......31 2) .517 124 Cor. if.rget and South-Iness in Florida. The first o t' aurch o cathedral in which the LL
St. Louis 30 34 .469 ard was the old L, & 'M r lo1 heat was kept.
Detroit ............29 33 .468 No. 125 Cor. William and Fleming fares on Flor!da lines of that c ---- .w. Wt ARE W IN A PO tION TO DELIVER MARL FOR
Cleveland..................2733 .540 No. 132 Cor. Simonton and Flem- pan and which finally re ed, How did the ice cream cone orii. FILLING YOR GENERAL CONCRETE ANY
New York ... ......26 :35 .4260 ing Mr. Durr states, in the state Ing nate According to one story it was WHERE IN KEY WEST O STOCK ISLAND.
Boston ................22 39 .361 No. 133 Aviation Station (Disc able ,to require the L. N. to cInge during the Louisiana Purchase Ex- .
Only) to charg( three cents a mile instead position in St. Louis that a young Price $2.25 Per Cbic Yard Delivered Immediately
Free For All Auto Races No. 21 Coir. Eaton and Duval of 4 cents. man was selling ice cream to the ex- Special prices for large quantities by contract. We will be pleased
At Jacksonville On Fourth No. 22 Cor. Southard and Thomas position visitors next to a stand to make an estimate of the cost of filling your lots.
At Jacksonville No. 23 Cor. Southard and Duval Fo yrs Tr T et where a woman was baking thin bat-
( No. 4 i .res obe theed cod liza-c Sta ion tar-cakes, and noticed that many TUV n P O A
(By Asoociatcd Press) u I eh TtMeteorological Station persons folded the cakes around the THE OVER SEA COMPANY
JACKSONVILLE, Fip., June 3.b e --i Ialee cream and ate both together. a THE ONLY COMPLETE ORGANIZATION
-A free for all open automobile No. 211 Cor. South and Duval (By Associated Press) The idea caught on, the cakes were REAL ESTATE, ENGINEERING, CONTRACTION
race will be held here on July 4 as (Disc Only) FORT MYERS, Fla., June 23.- made in the shape of a cone, and REAL ESTATE, ENGINEERING, CONTRACTING
part of the celebration being plan- No. 212 Cor. Division and Emma Efforts are now being made by that started the sale which now 609 DUVAL ST. KEY WEST. FLA. TELEPHONE 140
ned by the American Legion. Offi- No. 213 Co(Disc Ft Tlor Rescrva- Don Wilkie, secretary of the oca amounts to billions a year.
cials of the local post announce that tlon (Disc Only) chamber of commerce, to have a ""e""*e***********e**e....g
they anticipate a large number of No. 221 Cor. Petronia and Duval United States meteorological sttlion ----. .- -.. .-
entries in the race from various No. 222 Cor, Division and Thomas established In this city. He has Just
No. 223 Cor. Division and Duvali
sections of Florida and several from No. 224 Cor. Catherine and Duval completed a conference with Dr. C.
other states. One entry from Mo- No. 225 Cor. Simonton and Olivia C. Clark, assistant director of the'
bile, Alabama, and two from Savan. No. 231 Cor. Angela and Simon- United States Weather Bureau" in
na, Georgia, have already been re- No 23 Cn Elizatbeth ard Washington, and states that the out-
ceived. tronia look for the establishment of such
No, 233 K. W. Electric Co. Power an office here is promising. /,
TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS House According to Dr. Clark, as qtuted
--- K No. Three District by Mr. Wilkie, the 1925 budget,has
Racing: Meeting of Queens No 31 Cor Packer and Unitei already been made up and Fort
County Club, at Aqueduct. Meeting No, 32 Cgr. Simonton and Vir-Myers was not included for sucit an
of Kentucky Jockey Club, at No. 33 Cor. Watson and Cather- office, however, it is thought that 1
Latonia. Meeting of Dorval Jockey ine some special consideration may be
Club, at Montreal. No 34 Car. Un ited and S'monton made in view of the growing impbrt-
,-i sion once of the city as a center of / \- %Z'-
Golf: British open championship No. 312 Cor. William and Wind- weather reporting. 4
tournament, at Prestwiek. National so,' Lane Do rm ey y v fingh ringx mS d? ?
:" .: No. 313 Cor. Newiton and Florida CONVENTIONS OPENING TODAY
intercollegiate championship alens No. 314 C^or. Florida and aCathr-O -----
at Montclair, N. J. Women's West-. In C r SIAci ii a k
ern medal play tournament opens atNo. 315 Cor. N. Beach and Olivia At'antic City-Supreme Couleil bPRAYING Flit quickly rids m t ki moths nd tbe lroa
Chicago. Pacific Northwest womnn's No. 321 Car. County Road and ohOnted Ronelm. bug, ohOweS thet Flit did not sta or I.
championship opens at Tacoma. Oho I Second St. Flt pry destroy oa bed b Jure the most dell abri.
State amateur championship, at No. 322 Ky hWest Gas Co. Plant, sateO ontod |net egPs Thee cracks ad
Peo. T i Only) tion of Master Plumbers. are readily reached by Flit spray. Flitistheresultofexhaustiveresearch
ship, at Peoria. Trans-Misstssippi No. 323 Cor. County Road and It is clean, easy and safe to use. by expert entomologito and emhiat.s,
amateur championship, at Omahi. Reynlds Street eve -N-ioa More than 70 formuls were teted on
--- No. 324 Cor. County Road andi Denver-National_ Convention ,;of j Klls Household Insets various household inscta before PltI

Tennis: British championship White Street Sigma Chi Fraternity. Flit spray clears the house in a few w28 finally perfected. Flit is a 100%
Sapi No. 325 Cor. Havana-American minutes of mosquitoes and disease- effective insecticide containing so in.
tournament, at Wimbledon. Na- Co. Factory (Disc Only) Atlanta-Natnonal Association of bearing flies. Spraying Flit on gar. active (Inert) Ingredlents.
tional intercollegid e chnmp'onh:p, No. 331 Cor. Frances and Divi- Sheet Metal Contractors. Try Flit in your home. For sale everywhere
at Haverford, Pa. No. 332 Cor. Newton and White--- STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY)
"---- No. 333 Cor. Olivia and Georgia Scranton-Pennsylvania Univer.
Shooting: New Mexico trapshoot- No. 334 Cor. White and Cctherine salist Convention,
ing tournament, at Fort Collins, No. 341 Radio Station, County
Colo. Arizona State trapshoot'n' ,No. 32 Nal IvHopital, United St. Canton, O.-Christian Endeavor
tournament, at Flaktaff, Ar:z. ---- Societies of Ohio.
Cods S Sgnals
Boxing: Mushy Callnhan vs. Rus- To Be Used After First Alarm Is In SUICIDE SUMMONS POLICE
sle Leroy, 10 rounds, at Vernon, One (1) Tap-Broken Line Signal
Calif. Two (2) Tap-Fire Out ST. PAUL, Minn., June 23.-John
paratus L. ,3tuart telephoned the station for | U.* % TL I PA
DOG BURNS SAVING BABY Six (6) Taps-Calls No. 3 Ap- a policeman and shot himself in the DESTROYS
.. paratus
HALIFAX. N. S., June 23.-Mr. pEight (8) Taps--General Alarm heart as the officer rang the door Plien-Mosqiqtoes-Moth.s
TeJames McDonald's collie was fatllyI n (10) Taps-Conislagration bell. Aut-Bed Bugs- OIsieb
ames McDonald's collie was fatally Signal. Calls for assistance from w
burned dragging the McDona!d balby Government Forces A vessel recently arrived at Seattle | SAtW; r.W
from the fireplace, where its cloth-1 To send in fire alarm by telephone from China carried a cargo of 100,-.-jeoh Mell ow em wth the blk band"
ig had gotten ablaze. Chief's Residence, 'Phone 896. 1000 goldfishI


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AT 6 O'CLOCK ham's Vegetable Compound
______ Funeral services for Captain Did for Mrs. Jenkins
Robert R. Knowles, of the lighthouse Ohio. "I am
service, who died suddenly at Marine the Change of Life and am
LADD C MPANY IN C. Hospital yesterday morning, will be aklngLdiaE. Pink-
held at 6 o'clock this evening from ham's vegetable
RENEDO BUILDING PHONE 234 the home, 1021 Watson street. The tro eund for the
rites will be conducted by the Rev. at that time. I got
"The Ideal in Advertising Is the D0elrationB of Truth" E. L. Ley, of Ley Memorial church. 1 so run-down I could
Burial will be in city cemetery. a el do kee room-
S nhous and have
SVisiting Scouts To Be r take care of. A
e .ee..aenL- 1" friend told me about
PASING DAY NOTES: * * ** Taken Into Lightheae theVeeta ble Co m-
-- made a now woman of me. I keep it
WEATHER CONDITIONS The Clearwater and St. Petersburg in the houwe all the time now and won't
To Hold Food Sale --- Boy Scouts will be guests Friday be without it. My weight got down to
The Ladies' Aid of the First Meth- Pressure continues low over night of Troop No. 5, Boy Scout of 9 pounds and now it isal 823 pounds. I
odist church will hold a food sale on the northeastern portion of the America ,and Troop No. .1, Girl and e that wVe omen will reahea pe e
Thursday afternoon at the Athletic country and over the west but Scouts of America, at an entertain- good ih it."-Mr. MYRA JrNXINS,
club building on South Beach. due to the absence of reports, no meant to be given at the lighthouse O93 North Front Street, Middleport,
0 definite centers of disturbance grounds. One of the features will Ohio.r 000 women have
Woman's Guild Meet can be located. Pressure is be a trip through the lighthouse, plied to this question "Have you re.
The Woman's Guild of St. Paul's highest, about normal, over the granted through the courtesy of the caived benefit fom taking Lydia E.
church met yesterday afternoon in east Gulf orf Mexico. lighthouse service. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?"
the cloister of the church. Regular It is somewhat cooler over the 98 out of every 100 of the replies say,
I "Yes." snd because the Vegetable Com-
routine business was transacted, and upper and nMldd~e Mississippi a i At pound has been helping other women it
a number of the members were in Valley, Ohio Valley and middle Demonstration School At houldhelp you. For sale by druggists
attendance. Atlantic States and tern- State University Opened everywhere.
* peratures fell 5 to 10 degrees in *--- JUSTICE ON GOLF LINKS
Go To Montreal the Lake region due to showers Courses In Practice Teaching To Be _
Reverend Sisters Mary Leonidas that have relieved the heat wave Of Benefit To Normal Stud. BROADSTONE, Eng., June 28.-
and Mary Sylvius were passengers somewhat. There were show. o ents, Dr. Ro*rner Says Miss Mary Fraser has been suspend-
on the Mallory liner yesterday ers that have relieved the heat -- ed from all golf courses for three
bound for New Yorlc, and thence to wave somewhat. There were (By Associated Press) years for recording a false score in
Canada where they will go to the showers also in the north Atlan- GAINESVILLE, Fla., June 23.- an effort to win a cup.
mother house of the order of the tic States,. atthePlans undiver which the norida summer Rosa Bonheur was seventy when
Sisters of the Holy Names in Mon. Temperature is about normal hl th e Unversty of av st he paintedher famous picture,
real. in all districts east of the Mis- o wi be expanded have ust she painted her famous picture,
S slssippi River and Texas except been announced by Dr. Joseph "Horses Tramping Out Wheat."
Announce Birth of San the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Roomer. These call for a demon-
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Treadway and th middle Atlantic States station school for children in the
announce the birth of their son, where the heat wave still pre- first five grades of grammar school.
whom they have named Richard *vails.s Dr. Roomer explained that while
Treadway, on Monday morning, June 'Moderate variable winds to- the course was primarily for the
22. Mrs. Treadway was formerly night and Wednesday over the actual experience that the normal
Miss Janice Roberts, daughter of Florida Keys. school students will derive from it
Mr. iand Mrs. Claude H. Roberts, 716 o H. B OYER through observation of the results
Flemin streets. ClaudeH. Roberts, 716H.B. BOYER, of specialized training of children,
Fleming street. Official in charge. it would also afford the children
COURTING BLINDNESS within those grades an excellent op-
COURTING BLINDNESS portunity for acquiring additional A, L PRATT
Is what you are doing when you neg- credit or advancement in the graded OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAM
lect twitching, watery, boodshot, sore Onay And Bible schoolfor work that they will accom- roen .n Duplicated on the
eyes. Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion yplish during the period that they are Day Recelved
cures nearly every eye disease. Cool Study C.lsse DISCUSl here. .
heals and' of d Cl D u h .B .aiaa 5
--" A 'f* d eyes. At r fostering thO demhinstatfon At -
all druggists. The Missionary and Bible study l Iannounced, Is n'ticpatir1
class of the First Methodist church large enrollment by children aan
Last year, fori the third time in met Yesterday afternoon at the homeI students of the normal school.
history, the publication of theof Mrs. William Duval in Peacon
Scriptures by the British and Foreigp Lane. An interesting afternoon was Bradenton Postoffice Is
Bible Society reached the huge total passed by the members who each ,t .
of 10,000,000 volumes, contributed a chapter on India, the ShowingGains In Business
S country which the class is studying.-
BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING (By Associated Press)
PHONE 227. CLEANING. PRESS. About 5,000 stars are visible on a An increase in the sale of revenue
ING AND PLEATING.-Adv. 'clear night to the naked eye. stamps amounting to approximately
S" ..:... -.--.--- 400 per cent during the past five
eo*********eo *oeeeooo eeo***seeoe* oeoe ooeeeee*** oeo* months over the same period of
: FOR REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS SEE THE 1924 is shown by a statement just
SW T I TME T P *ade p i at thelocal postoffice,
KEY WEST INVESTMENT CO. : IThere is also shown a gain of 50 per pot
124 DUVAL STREET 'PHONE No. 688-W. a cent In postal receipts during the
WM. CATES, Mar. : first five months of this year over
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the postoffice to be placed in the
first class group by January, 1926.
Sale of revenue stamps at the lo-
cal office in the first five months of
1924 amounted to $3,282.78 while
for the same period of this year they
totaled $15,946.50. Total sales for
1923 were $3,068.05 and the total
sales for 1924 were $13,882.05.
Postal receipts for the period from
January 1, 1924, through May of
the same year were given as $14,-1
738.10 as compared with $22,393.86;
for the same period in 1925.

CHICAGO, Jund 28.-Dashing to
a fire house for help in his burning
automobile, John Cleary saw the,
blaze extinguished and then wAn, ar-
rested for speeding.

HAMMOND, Ind., June 23.-
Samuel Dorg shot his son because
the boy attended a church to whose
treed the father objected.
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Oriental Of" @ CLUB IN NEW YORK
TODAY Ion In pft condition
ItVmo Wnt' ."The Air -' 1 I JULY 9 TO REORGANIZE
ani" Modern Melodrama MEMB
te spot where pony mail riders W--(By Associated Press) 28.
WINTER PARK, Fie., June 28.-
t S&"ethes to fresh ponies, United establishment of the Rollins College
iade, Ilying mall carriers land to. _____ Club of New York. Miss Florence
4tr and find a fresh machine to Bumby, a member of the Alumni
mal' She mall bags on. T Y VN Council, will leave on the twenty-
'e. contrast between the old and TODAY'S EVENTS I fourth of this month for New York
4se mew United States, with only | wheree she will co-operate with Fritz
.mmmM-ssyive years between, is vivid- .. J. Frank, publisher of Iron Age and
o AIriopht to mind in the new Para- Today is the 31st birthday an- president jof the Machinery Club, in
nwams picture, "The Air Mail," a niversary of the Prince of Wales. reorganising the 'Rolilns College
al~sge the dangers and temptations 'Club, Mr. Frank is a graduate of the
wdWA beset the intrepid aviators Three hundredth anniversary of class of 1896,
Aii'rhq from coast to coast with the the birth of Bishop Fell, of whom the Miss Marion Rous, formerly of
sult. lines beginning "I do not like thee, the Rollins College music faculty,
'le Air Mail," which shows at Dr. Fell," are now the only vivid 'who is nOw connected with
ien Weoaroo Theatre today, was memorial. school in New York will assist Miss
Absted by Irvin Willat, It is ant Bumby and Mr. Frank in the work.
a'iwdir screen story by Byron Mor. According to announcement in On July 9 the club will be re'
Sgv xed features Warner Baxter, Washlngton, President Coolidge is established at a dinner to be given
%Wik, ove, Mary Brian and Douglas to leave the capital tonight for his at the Machfir'Club in New York
irhusi.., Jr. The story tells of a summer vacation at Swampscott, City. There are numbers of Roll:ns
.,oA wiho gets a Job as a pilot of a t es rt C o
& mail lane laning job as to wait Mass. College students and teachers who
mail plane planning to wait _-- take summer courses nt Columbia
fle a opportune moment and make Vice President Charles G. Dawes University, it was said, and it is. ex-
mnwy with a big haul, only to be is scheduled to speak today in Man- pected that the dinner and the club
,..m. .ated by the spirit of thechester, N. H., in support of his will have a large attendance.
in theo love of a beautiful girl advocacy of revision of the senate t has also been announced that
Stij e frendsOi p o an orp I a rules. the Rollins College Club of Clhve-
S re two bands of crooks in' land, Ohio, will give a swimming andn
Wr Diettre who prey on the airmen, Under auspices of the Norwelgan dancing supper at the beach in honor
- won't believe that Baxter, government an elaborate celebra. of the returning Roll:ns students
...... Russ Kane, has really d tion of the centennial of Norweigani from that state on July 11.
W- t I- go straight but believe he is emigration to the United States is to
,iaek-trossing them for the girl and be opened in Oslo today Memorial To Orlando Man
MAt st to "get" him, th Cunl of e A Who Ordered Trees Planted
I The Twelfth Council of the AI-"
TOMORROW lilance of Reformed Throughout'the (By Associated Press)
World holding the Presbyterian ORLANDO, Fla., June 23.--The
treat Thrill Scenes In System, which opens today in Car* city beautification commission has
ferammOnt's 'Contraband' diff, Wales, is expected to be the started a campaign to secure funds
I largest and most representative with which to erect'a bronze tablet
'TVtiig with death in the path of Council ever held by the organize. in the city hall to the memory of
wIan large automobile trucks, tion, the late Major M. R. Marks, one
wr4aitled down with heavy cargoes time mayor of Orlando. Major
owl .r.tus ling thirty-five miles an Marks in 1889 ordered one thou-
i'mwr--a ipeed at which it is dif- I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS sand shade trees planted at the ex.
#raft to control the road behemoths i vBi R T A S pense of the city along the streets.
--was the pleasant pastime indulged For this he was severely criticized
i, ,y Raymond McKee during the H. R. H. the Prince of Wales, at the time. Today the citizens pay
''i tribute to him for his vision of the
SMSiig of "Countraband," Alan Cris- heir apparent to the British throne,tribute to hm for hi v o the
tuars latest Paramount production, born at White Lodge, Richmond, 31 City Beautiful,"
NW.P& Jack Canninirmil adapted veq rs' o today. aioTcs' APLICA O F TA'

A-- ,fth I"C ihin ovel iutlar T- --- \ he I "Cl ti Jiel'
;.W4a.eJitiiHngton Kelland. i Prince 'WiMu5Bn6adli" ,f t oeesk wit je .o1ny, Aa si e
iA6 this scene, which was made at King and Queen of Spain, born' aIll*
NxK McKee is shown gathering up the royal palace at Madrid, 17 llam A. Care, rchaser of T
ev ladi of order blanks that had years ago today. ertiflfate No, 34, datd the 4th d<
'of Sept, A. 1. 1916 ham filed said '*.
A.,w &ywn from his hand and into' tificate 4n my office, and has m~a
.t wmfad. While gathering them up Sir William Joyson-Hicks, Home, cordanoe with law, Said certtflctte
i a ambsent-minded way, he was Secretary in the present British embraces 'thte following deserbled
...........down. 60.. yars ao d property, situated in Monree Count),
impry run down by the trucks, the cabinet, born 60 years ago today. t ract as reord
t Ital the hand-picked drivers alone ed in Book Y, page 133, Monroe Coun-
A4i-g responsible for the averting of .Irvin S. Cobb, well, known author ty Record .
e g of. The said land being assessed at the
.lt9., ataat.rophe, and humorist, born at Paducah, Ky., date of the issuance of said certificate
I in the name of 1H, L. Legg. Unless
1he. driver, particularly carefree 49 years ago today. said certificate shall ho redeemed ae-
cording to law, tax deed will issue
,atarding his own well-being, was 'thereon on the Oth day of :uly A, D.
.f( (SEAL) Do. Z. FIlnER,
*-Wlk be accomplished perfectly. He tive in Congress of the Seventh Clerk Circuit Cuurt, Monrnp Countt-.
NVosted the steering wheel first to South Carolina district, born at IFlorida. Ju9-16-23-30; July7
:aw.e de and then the other, avoided Springfield, S. C., 50 years ago to- copV or FINAL, DIICREE
l.kRKw by an eel's whisker and fin- day,' CIRncUIT COURT OF THE ELRVENTH
,Ie,'q-ished intto the bank at the JUDICIAl 'CIRCUIT OF TRH STATE
si tk the road. He cheerfully an. ROm COrNTVr'.,
eistmwed afterward that he was not You Know a Tonic Is Good IN TiHi MIATTnRi OF, THE AP.
wtma. iaken up. when It makes you eat like a hungry NPOTTSWOOD, & iAtAti wo-
IhMs Is only one of the many spec- boy and brings back the color to your MAN. TeO t-i AUTHIORIED TO
p- cheeks. You can soon feel the TAKI CHAItOE OF AND MAN-
aitasow trrillk in the picture which Strengthening. Invigorating Effect of AGE ,nR STsATe. AN To lIE.
"*t'h with melodramatic action re.- GROVE'S TASTELFSS CHILL TONIC v BEEP 1 NALEE T..N
'u, g sao'und the efforts of a 'c This matter coming on to be heard
wngf newspaper editress to break this da ,sapiEtitceal and rum-running ring. and Raymond Hatton. "Contra- tter Inwas referred, and upon the
*9sibes McKee, the featured play- band" will be the feature at the mttoo terewth baethle ourtdbeng
',- i~ttde Lois Wilson, Noah Berry Monroe Theatre tomorrow. b ie prior to th tflin o he8
____......__ __..___ ._.._--_ petition herein; and the Court being
I ~i" satisfi ed 'as to the capacity, con-
potency, and qualification of Potl.
ti oner, Florence M. Spottswood, to
L O take charge of, and manage her own
o oS L a estate and property, and to become
*free dealer In every respect; it 'i
therefore ordered, adjudged, and de.
Screed that tho Master's report In thls
cause be and the same Is hereby con-
firmed In all respects. and that the
Petitioner, Florence M. Spottywood,
the right to manage, taln 'harge
Sof, and control her property oth real
B and personal, to contract and be con-I
traced with, and to bind herself in
all respects as fully as if she were not
married; and to become a Free Dealer
in relation to'her property rit'hts and
liabilities In all respects, .,
~ -Done and ordered at Ctiamber: at
_______________ ___- I4 Mii. Fla., this 2ith day of May, A
________IJllIII _II tlo. '126,
. . .. .'A, J. ROSE.
ju2I-9-16-23-30 Circuit Judge

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Ini the Ciresit C our of the Bleventh .
.ladlefln, Moarpe County, State of --
NlTl WV. T. H. Tioll, purchaser of Tax Certlfi- 0
at No. 243, cleated the 6th laY of JulY WINTER ALL SUMMER
A. D. l'14, his filed said certificate in TO.DAY, and every WINTE ALL SUMMER
?,o' t dficedla dto hasule In aicone dlay for many years, an WITH AN EMERSON FAN
with law. Said Certificate embrace Emerson Will bring IN THE HOME.
tho following described property, sit. Eln WI_ If IN THE HOME.
united in Monroe County, Forida, to- ree rom h neat..
wit: 46. 2 Asleep, awake, working"
L ot Onee, Sec. 2 T3ownship b ewln 0 -C5 1
Rangt 28, containing 58.50 acres. or resting, you'll enjoy 1/1ce .
Tile said land wing assessed at the Its long trouble-proof
time nf thie issuance of said cerltil l- .
at't Iiii the name UNKNOWN. hilt.iVe/ A BETTE DAY'
said certificate shall be redeemed e. / A BETTER DAY'S WORK
cording to law, tax deed will Isue e
thereoh the 26th day- u Jufne A. P AND A BETTER NIGHT'S
lrAi) D. .lrit court, FIR, rConit'/ SLEEP ARE HAD WHERE- e
Florida may26; Jiu2-9-16-23 9 A /
Mattle LesaM., Cosmplalnint, ,
Alfred T. .Lu sM. Detfindant.
In th aeppearoeytale caus thabt"Allfred No ned to toss about all night when an EMERSON FAN can
T. Lucam, te defendant therein named give you all the comforts that a cooling, refreshing breeze can *
is a nonresident of the State of F ior-
Ida. and I s a resident of Chicago, I1II. o-iv a
nots, an l that lie s over the age (it give.
twenty-one yenrs; It i therefore or- *
dered that I sai nonresident defendant Get an EMERSON FAN today and have a mild winter all sum-
be and he is hereby requir-!d to appear : 0
to the hill of complaint filed n sd mer. We have all sizes to choose from and our terms are made
cause on or before Monday, the th
day of July, A. D. 1925, otherwise the to suit everyone
allegations o f said bill will be taken y
as confessed by said defendant.
deIt i furtherordered that this or- Come in and let us tell you about our most liberal terms.

Deputy Clerk.
.TIHN 0. SAWYReuty Cek Telephone 16 Sales Manager
.Solicitor for Complainant. *
may26; JuS-0-15-23 2eee ee.. e..q.** eeee9OSOOSeOOSS*SSSSU

What Worth Has Ex erience?

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The entire personnel of the Florida Contracting & Engineering
Company is composed of people who have been associated in "
building operations as their life work.

The personnel of the South Florida Contracting & Engineer-
ing Company have handled directly over $30,000,000 of actual
building operations.
What worth has experience?
S.Is it not to the benefit of those who anticipate building; of those
: who are now building, that they should take advantage of the
: exceptional advantages of trading with a concern made up of
: such a personnel.
S When it comes to buying-experience has taught us what to
5 buy; what not to buy. When it comes to making recommenda-
Stions, experience has taught us. When it comes to giving serv-
{ ice, experience has taught us the value of half an hour or fif-
Steen minutes lost time with a full crew waiting on material.

: All of this experience is yours-FREE OF COST..

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