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Title: The Collier County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades Pub. Col
Place of Publication: Everglades Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1927
Publication Date: -1963
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1963]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Everglades City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -40th year, no. 71 (Oct. 31, 1963).
General Note: Published at Naples, Fla. Nov. 7, 1947- .
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 26 (July 14, 1927).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL,'IV.-NUBER 29' "_ EVERGLDES* FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST A, 1921 PRICE: M A T

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P MAKES DREAMS COME TRUEBARRON BUILDER OF GOOD ROADS ;
IMPORTANCE OF I: TRAIL BLAZING 11



: ; THREE M'S ON t a k IN MOTOR CARS


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TRAIL STRESSED taws WAS ADVENTURE
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Money, Men and Machinery of Best Type Are t etas eaaar ran ear u Crossing of Everglades by Tamiami Trail

Important to Perform Such a Task as the I -T .R s fuss ewer sass sea acs eta i Blazers in 1928 Was Feat Equal to That of

Building: of the Tamiami Trail Quickly, rx fate aaaa lass -ssaes eS u en. I Lindbergh in the Eyes of Southern Florida'

Quietly and With\ Quality sth I
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COLLIER COUNTY HAS BEEN .j ryt liar '- teas MAKING HAZARDOUS TRIP
j ails : ,.. tRtap i IN

FORTUNATE IN THIS RESPECT j eeL mall :.,, ': ws-. < fiFR 3aiti
,; i! "f Y 1V sail suss : : ,' iytGa teen) 1 Vivid Portrayal of Trials and Hardships of thei
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Has Had Adequate Sums at Its Disposal, Men t : : lisle i! Journey Giyen in the Diary of Frank S. Lewis

of Character and Best Equipment A Available ',;'
i V As a motorist travels over the ,II"Iharl rt-ai'i-'i, I an alm-,' impenetrable ,
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By D. GRAHAM COPELAND i partment-This master stroke relieved j I j rates. :;y la.aa 'Tamiami Trail in the future he forest and'it was ru, 1

\\rhile the construction and en-,! the infant county of all cost iI j 1 probably will not pause to ronzAvr L.rv in srop 1 ,1'ifl build a ro..1 '
gineering features involved in the J I of construction and maintenance | f gt ; the trials and ahard-shsp ahead to the head of TUIHI, : i -

bolding of the Tamiami Trail differ and insured the early completion j \\ -',,ch were contingent upon tneI River About '\\enty milesi. t
from other work in some particulars -I of the project for the good of the i, .i eases' '. r..A. ttrliaIaRat I nuiiug: of this wonderful road, al-1; paire: idY "ht''d "f :hE' m..nt. I

the basic principles involved entire state. It may be stated I a w+ li ; hough: it is ;doubtful if the daring :' t'le party started nut again sb"n-, !,,
are the same as those obtaining without fear of successful vacs swssa* I af',-r iirMin., Dunntf :the coins '
contradiction I, i ",1! courage of.UK_ men ia the party l j jI.
in any large engineering that but for the personal'! t ..tgin: eaus.+gar !I. the TstmfiirtTrail' Blazers who' the day :the par'y nude ]12.6 viler,
project. The prime requisite of successful and never flagging interest of Bart't 1I .. ,1"--sed. from Myers to Miami !I and, :the men ea n:!HI that event' ,;
construction anywhere but. ron G. Collier the Tamiami Trail i i f ,. : aiaacenaao sixnspaesae 'i in April. 1923 will ever be forgotJ J tied and hungry.

possibly more particularly in a region would either never have been completed I : t'.tf' r+ sasRbriataas attastsat.ltatalrrY :en. A few of the fact concerning End of Trail ReachedAt
Inaecessible the Everglades i :$> ; isiiiatilYfaasa '
as as across the Everglades or aRa undertaking are reproduced
may be summed up in the f that its completion would have been I I : hire, having been found In the 7:4": ) tha: nulling the end! three words: QUICK QUIET delayed several decades. diary of Trank. Lewis of Ever- ;the olazeii trail \t" reached jiui
QUALITY. Work once mapped Experienced )Ien Obtained j R rJ7i, j giade. Mr. Le,V; kept a diary of I the work of !liTamiami, Trail I
oof.must be puabed as rapidly as Having successfully arranged for I !j the entire trip but lack of space, co'.nmcnced: in e.u net. Mr. Lea"
possibly so that dividends may be obtaining the necessary money as % I prevents it being reproduced in its j walked eigh' m>;< over the hard-
paid on the investment at the earliest required, attention was then directed : n '! entirety. j jT < .t portions o; :h.- day's journe;\
date possible-it must be done to procuring the necessary men 4 the party : ., at the start i to avoid putting too much of .1 i
quickly.) There 'must be no wrangling 'I withwhich" to weld an efficient and !|, of twenty-three men and ten automobiles -! burden "on the LUin which lie wu-
; all sources of friction must, 1 capable working organization.\ No I aid -Jeft"Fort Myers on riding and two, f the Indians were
be eradicated immediately as they I organization, however capable and -i Wednesday. ART; fourth. 1923 at =ant ahead f'> -ic'U', for a rout
appear; complete subordination and i efficient ,'t Jndlvid ill member COLLIER -| ,I J30 A. M. Latethat afternoon itj j They signalled ., nu- lime later, and
loyalty must prevail; everyone from may 1e. ean be !valueless \ reached the Aid of the grade just i iI th.' party miv-ni ,)m t.> join :them,
Founder of Collier County Father of the Tamiami I
Trailj
the' humblest laborer to the highest be the embodiment of centralized a few miles east jtf Royal Palm. They were nuw passing throutf ;
priced: executive must work ia I power-that is. authority that is Friend of ;Mankind! .i f I I Hammock. and the"lorida Gr**'er virg'.n: country and were probaof,,
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complete harmony aa team ---- -- -,11 .. : s. zr abou the ftl"' \.hll\ to I I
one big located on the job which possesses ._____ t. ,:. -..,-- ear was sent on ahead to ascertain < men g'
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-it must be done quietly. And r the power to act quickly, effective. SJORYOFEARLYDAYS Y BARROti COLliER IS I the condition of the prairie but througn thi ?i 'tmn, Finally t Ii i
when the work has been completed I worked through the
ly and properly on all problems DR. FONS A. HATHAWAY I bogged down about two hand red. party rypr"--
U must fill exactly the plans and i arising in the sphere elJofed to it yards from the end of the grade' and found ihem.-t-Kes! once mon

specifications (laid down by those !by the head who creates it We began H1STORY1S Chairman State Road Department I and ;was- left there for'the night. i iI upon the prairie, nintty-nnf; .0.-
OF POSSESSOR OFROAE B
who are to exploit It-it must be at the bottom and picked from TRAil I' :rum FLirt Myer-
of the highest quality. existingcrews a nucleus upon Scouts Plat to j j4n At li:25: A L..JJn"'ednc"Jay"

t 't.7o .complete a construction pro-i which were builded crews of ablebodied HATHAWAVWRITES/ -.vi-ti the s an aeroplane was sighted ovriieu .
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'-: t llty quickly' and quiet* capable l loyal workmen. 4 1TE!EOO! I , t IF-Ua.1 "'c- At y' iu JQ to l'A rt. -
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t f.tb"Ih"-1!the the' adaptablllty;aor a 112" (disi&I t rl J Hf t-DRrl itil 11.t1n sl i wTell f. : t1'1s gn I '
with; i4 i* "opa1'' the tajk4Tfa results obf a a were Supplies and' lOne illlfif ->' ctIv' a j r I 1 laetetae tr '_- i. j Tn conur.utd: tr ,:-umsJI
rUUv4 importance ot ,these'three ai.to render on but ;tat progress was .SOA! > '
highly gratifying
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eaaentiaia. natxecutlve )tn charge of +It possible wIthIn a short space of Time"Carried byfBa : Iaw .Lih s !DISCUSSES THE WORK i that'. to <:lMfg by thre o'clock in the afieraoo',
an important construction:project time to announce that no )position [;Since 1890 I MAGNITUDE Of.\VORK\ of Fort Ryera Bd+ aiae his, afi I of Friday the thirteenth, six of rb'.

can hopeto ba successful.Money would be(filleld byj-outsiders as "g s'Pp Canal. J JIOT *,-. .* n_.IL-jr -* I j Fords except an Elcar .a4 an t(cars had ached Billy Eobi-t.-
Is Raised I long as a rnaa cojtld\be found in f Barron G. Collier, whoJ! cab= I No Unusual Problems Overland] remalacd with tfe* frty. I II camp, on Pin I,:I.inci:!

When-ia October.:. 1 was h n-, the organization capable of filling R.vEmcLEsl'!ably -the largest inditfcfol! I land |.of Difficult Problem On Saturda- the aeoixtf who had 'i Party WaitFar! SupriitThe CI-*

ored by being seTected as Chief Eo*. the better job.1'hIS'policy produeed '* ARE USED TOP AYCompletion I I oWner in the State of Plod J was Encountered Except[ Involve
gine r end entrusted with the responsibility I a'magic effe fa}d ontlthlt has.been* strictly [Born In Memphis Tc oft. Ire Collier County.rt j; distance anfl at 10:40: A. M. the I.I.I Sa'urday for a.-r, 'pia.-,
/or the construction of t man rind woman, work nay v I March, twenty-third, l)i3 1 was ; r rB1 teryiqw I party commenced to move forward, j rive wit b., : \ ;vipf;" '',
!I.be considered ,aColfer'Graduate: '' of'Trail InSight the s4I J 1a 6HAS ''but all soon begged down in the 1 1l .
the TamlamlTrail in Collier Coun edujafed In public if : -# when it did, n, an \.e ,e' Oe' ,t 'DUI\
MONEY ( -one who"began his career,at or Memphis, and on ovembff ; enft F. A HATHAWAY. l soft ground. At 4:ii P. M. a cater-I{ The .
ty. my firiVthfoght was HAD DIRE(( aeroplane 1..1d! at thtt* : \;/
wjjh which 46 carry on' the ,. I near the bottom in relatively unimportant -'I' ,w w sixth. ".*-matrlai ME luiiet Chairman State Road Department {I I pillar tractor from one of Barron j an hour U''-r. a:.', J- Ltd, ,.. -t t tgreis \
$bat Ua'd..1I.U funds for the work positions and.by industry j GordGli't--- that; ti. The completions the Tamiami j CHARGE OF W6RK< J G. Collier's nearby camps came up i had ot-n .LJI., ,!t ell' -if .A\
were beng supplied by Collier I and ability, has worked his way-up /ByM: IRVING HOLMES- Trail sometime nest,ear *ill mark)/ 1 and -palled the carp through thej cars wajnioadtrt a i.J] sent hark ,' -
to. positions .of importance with aljb commenced ."is "bo 'S p- .
Count /the largest tax payer In correspondingly high Increases in ''* Four"or'sfive: miles west Ofl,reer In*the advertising bi1busnes "forage tli& realization, 'the dreams oft_a Success Due to Men t marshy p-ouH.- i I pick up tit jup---s! : Ouiy f" .
Theprogress ,
miles
whieftts Mr. Barron Collier. pay and a responsibility. What Catnestown do_the earth side ) sat'MeB & s in 1 U: II'O\- part oj OHT titlzenTaip By tNtiRl'Kf the Party had tra-I arttraversett duni.g tat
made until that time had wfth !in South Florida.'There' and ,Equipment miles day, -A'p:. n w.- ii.- ,- ti-; rat.,-'
might have been chaos the attendant I ingto New York City in If O 'lIei tlcularly veraedr across the ;
of
been such, to''cause serious and theTrail'Is an old"derelict a tryiu du.."- -iicv: '-, of H.i-
as (- stem !
WRANGLING is use at this [lase Mr. Lewis !
WASTE. ? is the founder and prw-fat no j paridevand were as
'well founded*'doubt in the minda.-of Led, WORSE slow progress oft theraU drvdM-: fi-es'loneghan.. 'Once.It. I 1 1equipmenr.ngaire Baffin G. CqH5er. Im P- orlit ort recfUag The history of .thin 1 When Dinka of the Tamiami I expressed it ia his diary, "some- journey Or r"y, f-iur'- !: nt" mL.! ;; x t
many as V whether t it would be represented'practically the entire ijf is enough to Vt The Lear the part; remained: !. t the rest ha -
where Florida. be-
Tamiami : was prevented. The Streets .Railways Advertii S w ml tant project Trail one ins mind the State ; in _
possible to complete the Trail .in.building the itig niki-d 1>:, .n Miami., The ,
msgnificient progress which has l pan,. end i the preside of the that the counties of Colliers highway jf Myers to Miami i cam bogged again and was left o : party
across the Everglades,on account been maintained can be laid almost Tamiami Twl.in Collier-then Lee I I Florida RaQroad and X .'gi ioacompany. Dade and Monroe had put great ilt t4dg ,Road Number! until daylight. Most of the party -in"ni-d' ; L ,.np-d 'yu/ ;;) ThuI"da.,
4f the enormous expense Involved, directly to this selection, this lan& -Catluty.'tth? feakiag joints-and He is a direct nf"the deal of money Into its construction Five Zroita Myers to Tampa { slept in their ears that night and when the !ir ,1: O,:hers irana, e
Collier County, the infant oolong clanking, .5CT pJnej} ; nachlnery, it. Advfrtisers' q'the get untie, .,! -i-nfs, ni''>!,'. BJT {i'i.'"
of the 5:30
picking in the' beginning I It V.-G. Service +rlor ; and had.reacned practically is also o sdlfjd' a part -at. theTamiantf { at Sunday morning the men'were
the"unties of Florida with a PoP- t mea. who have done the work. I II struggled Oftward thjopgb"the Uon Hudson Trust C' *<*1'". eVmJn'al limit of theirs resources abe g.Iie 1)te.i not all up_sad forty-five minutes ; going was i. .rd. and, 51p.O't' ie--
at that time of-only about Picked j tropical )iftndacape, untilj. likethe 1 II i' was made 1 ie C State Road eaBieor roadoutsidaot later eastward
elevenq Efficient Supervisors Exchange Banl C 1n000U- Department touch Miply OrtIeef the were moving again.
hundred bad an extremely I Deacon"!. :"oqe)l os.shay," .:went 1 then frtquenily. tf..J, ,rl.tvact.ir. Yio.Uf f m!,
With the same pi( tan Bank. Bank of't 1Gajneiborough made ararddefiutely locating Mghw or Dad eouft1ies.a They all became mired and worked i iI
small bonding power. In 1924. a 'characterized nstaklnK''E'areI pieces' all over toroe all at onccandwas Studios I :.. !lees y Ad pushing if:to mplf'Uon-1 diA. sate' hakdreii aad !I in water up to their hops to get > almotOn.llD' u- Tie \* bond,Issue of $350,000 hal) been autBOT2ed" %bandoh. and-lust 1Dlts supply wan gating: low, and it ..,,
JhuV the of the i
our workmen we Typewriter company. i.: ,and teJIejing# connties I nineteen This road lor aU purposes.. With ,ervisiu>fQrce: The work is essentially present-feetingv place. It-was:t3ompany. Charles] Mare|\f ll" ffnaqpiiit burden Fort MY'.KiaoJ. was fl t' wiUf Indian guides leading j\ n't"'..rI I It. IIi) ftl'CidE.Iltly, : II
there 1 iSame Ib'CoJlier CO1rt'Jty ,
these,funds and those obtained by a ONE man job; a posi- "beD ; aany. and is treasurer of \n'6.: .. lhe 1amiami Trail, as Is well started Ef and the the reached an Indian j j Watt Ian} /nIp i.---in. were "t"JI
in the of 182 4.The TJraii, otfeeof and Mr Lew
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regulapiaxaUon- it was contemplated tion calling for a reap xecutivev *spring pdcn Electric Railway As ra'ion. known e tends! itcross the Everglades brought arU1--std the I camp ,_ instructions had been j .xaw d dtonioad back -
not only runojng-the county, it had beep instrumental in creat j rattler Wi.) h> leporta was ,
der \ei
one of,.abilit action energy. vision .1I ofnhe state connecting the sate le e 1\ thaf tt'me.1hep left by" lnd1usthere as to j y
but meeting Indebtedness- to'Lee tact and*a keen case of hu- legVis' net_ comparable to the..I 'Mr. Collirr. ahhougn -: ::.1ri11 El st and West Cdasts, wltb MiamiJ (pal 1 loeation was made about i: what ._ be done on the next' larg .IJtwu.h! '!' Ht, lot eta t i'l
County due at the tinie of county details of the broad high, .smooth-highway that Interested in the deVel of i Jenkins, who of the In the afteri make an ez- t men-iuiifQent, fif, .'
mor To handle the was I r.w.t t and Tampa ass its eastern )Jnd" r_ 1912 by M: I leg journey. -
partition and more Jirportant naturaU subdivisions., four assist DOw traverses-this section., It Collier couaty, has reach i its jvesJern" terminus and- having been w ornwrly locattou engineer for i noon a train of the Deep Lake : Tilt saw E r.-- ;:: n ill, pjac,- \*:aj
continuing anew road construction ants Vere necessary-an,off ice assistant -r.laterally/ whatla name implies-* other sections cf Scftjth F ;;4.. and by eonseiit 'exte ded to High the Atlantic Mast Lint railroad. Railroaddrawn by an automobile above the f' ads if, I,. wu, a.'u, ] |
;rognni! of..about one hundred an outside superintendent a teal f.it.wo"Tuts' on a slight eleva..1 also owns murfi land_ in : 'l'nnity SpriQ 9Lthe starting'point, of. Road'E I converted into a locomotive cams l"1'itizati..f! err.ef! a thing I of tht Ihcwev
mie.j! ThV bond money had been.I a dredging foreman. and-a grading Unit,-fT tit at;!iat. \u good Albany. Georgia. H t tto.d No..S4? J--.' At the time this location was upa_ took the members of the future.
prartleal 'lIptnt. regular tax rest of life road from Fort Myers. !lof of Skywater made little was known about
Port Du-
foreman. very I; party from tats point to Ultimately 'ht ,
er Fr
ation v' ,and Then Ht motor from Fort Ce. -f
inadequate trip Sam.
was ally Trail
Albany Georgia sod_ft 1 r r .t 4-Vrast the country south of Naples to j Pont thence they went by motor man a.rtaLhed
I camp ant tl amen
the out0okfor obtaining funds for On election of to Myer was a'Seventy'mile succession % .
a happy men ad 7 :
in South Florida in
and Gun Club
boat the.Bod
I to
have been Everglades,'mad from there east to receive.ja txclitnt
usual
the Taraiami Trail ? holes, and washoutsa Jfo problems suip.-F
bUMPS
continuing was o
very gloomy fill these key positions rested in no hazardous adventure-an uncomfortable rbuildicg! of good roads.I ,Ic encouirtrfd in the construction of I Miami-\ '!! Confer county now. I at Ewerglad*. They were die I of roast bent iiapi. "w.'.: pnt., ,to voiwuit.
\small degree the future of'the un- of from I transportation Hi ,. tEfs cros. "tate road except throughthe was then pertiom of Lee county. ; guests of Mr Seen then in charge }I coff!-. with tr'-am and
fixer first endeavor was to prove|I dertaking. Only men who possess five to* men experience hours duration. he also controls t e I y toe ky Glade|ectlon between t- In March, 1912, aa old walkingMonegbaog i l at Everglade, for the night, but I'! sugar and ; .;npt :i M 10- '-wi, .jJ)!
;i&JMr Collier that the completion''the complete confidence of the supreme Camestown was then trail's end. Telephone -Company.1 Miami Lid Everglades. Jistaace f fof dredge started work i left Everglades Monday morning th" trimmin'-, The men ;ep- ; j in
af the TCoffc was not only feasable had can be-considered for There was DO highway from this I ates In twelve diffeie o is y.e appToXimifely/ntoety: n .The throwing up a sand grade south of i at seven o'clock. The tractor wan j I'I 'cs that ngcC t '.,1 tt.t lust -..mer.re
and .' but be raking together tu r lad ':ii'HhwrKl this work under the taken along 'With the expedition -,.
sound that it could such position The duties of each I point 'to Port -DuPont nor from building theecttonJecausft gh Naples. This was j ; = ray.IJ> Rod and Gun c-hjt
done at a MOst whiejj! on s. tolll'oact' were carefully and clearly defined. I Port D Pont tits;Everglade You I Hendry Lee.* Highfc Polk. ; ) of the rgt h' char- direction of County Engineer Eas-I|' and proved it worth may times at Evergladts. and ;t wa, a<.rOTd 1-
basis would.be:repaid within comparatively .Wide latitude was allowed in choice simply abandoned! automobileat : Charlotte, De < .H. ". Okee- acter of-the country bas eessit- some; located in Fort Myers. A during the remainder of the 1journey. 1 tug to )Ir. I. -.% ,* a real treat: Sir.
few yens! The data to of methods; but, for obtaining desired -11 the side;U the your road, uttered a''{obobee, Palm acfi* a a'L ated tire-employment"of Drills andspecially grade that averaged seven thousand j i Lev--s wrote! diary at Jam
maintain this position way carefully results each was to be held I prayer that* enough of pit might tl counties. Hi has brfe L\.IJ designed dredges: In 3thL L cubic yards per mile was thrown! Party Rcack Ifri&n Camp i tme: : "To .M 1' H IV rnan a.d his
collected and, after these had strictly responsible in his field. still be there to navigate with when telephone servke tofojEvrrrlades. .- ; and t er words tbk apart of the road f up the maKegsl being mostly sand The party ba4 net progressed j>,gang and to George mllr wi* hia
bM studied by Mr. Collier, he Charles G. Washbon you "went out" again (of course % thing i I d'I has been a'lftlcnine-. The mS1..and some marl and muck. In May I very far whea it $ Me fo tae camp j 'Cietracf !tra. r a due the er dn
stated without hesitation that the To fill the executive position Mr. tools and eferytbing else of a -I never eXtsted.j asi.terials 1urv.been obtained from t 1921. cr:,over nine years.after work of ODe of its iIIaIMr.. i ii of getting n." ,tJ' f the Evergli.,ets.
portable
work should proceed and that if I Charles G Washbou was selected as nature-would be missing), i[year built a,seties o 'o'l es f the blasfing 'oCf the rock aa the f was eommeaeed.. the machine was i Lewis describe tae camp thus: ; :But for ?ther.: AV would papa lad

the county were unable to financeit. supervising engineer. lie being a:t and considered ways and meads of ,! across It.ercr( Fort work has gone fofWlU'. Thtframi-I about two and a half milea northof I I"Tae pigs. chickens sad dogs ran ;jI to abandon n,4t, 'rx fi\e : ..nt1H
he would do so personally. The, graduate of Rensselear Polytechnic getting to Everglades. You 1 could,j(:Myers to,West Palma 1 vac; H's ami Trail between.Miami Cansastown, the point at which I freely uitde/ the bids and la and j from the gra-it- and hoofed it 'OH
first essential MONEY was thus I{Institute of Troy. N. Y.. p ssess-l[of course, walk the ties* of the ,now plannieg the eata$, flyers when C mpW *ill have]t one turns south to rak city the HrtlBN|>. as they were ail j into M: tmi." _
ass d in ample quality. led that theoretical engineering I Deep Lake Vailroad" for three.miles j|a large central foB W 4''Park A cost the state and IcolSities that of Everglades; ThU re Ii ed tW'oar sides.i In windy' FreemanV amp D Ker* 1'i| *'
CoUkr Costrlbntes'; {knowledge so vital in the solution ;, t DuPont where you could get a to ,uwte 1-
Andl be t said of the founder otiIIi f: of intricate engineering problems. boat to take you to Everglades, all boriness firigfeM* i s # able money; but It believed i that; a .thlid miles each year. ." as there are none. There .ripnon of 'l- Freeman' caatoc ,
$; county that. ,detpfte the, Being a graduate of the school of I the ties were not evenly spaced jritory and destined f i "ha oa lh e cOt is fully justified Jn the 'time fery MOfe interest was take native tooM and cooking utensils' ;1 id wr,', '.1 1'r -t-ma-5. case
enrmous,raia made on-him later,1 experience which had taken him I j! some were sure to be missing, and .I.[lwU1 be, swfle&ed to f iic 9 lvalue of the road as=-a connecting Ia Yh s*'gee #*ark. and there weds a Ke< about aad I should c nf tWf1'--Y; > to Ihlry "n
when'i county actually found it: from the position of rodman on the| others under "water. It was hard .I other'court aniea._ link betweerf the two coasts" to t peopfe aa 4i-'aIIyor idea of .! InmttiS that- jit ladiaa standard ,camp con igtj of about fi8eea
Impossible to provide the necessary, Canadian Pacific Rat road to that I walking, and if ton were burden- say nora>g of the.vast area than f the aij iruda of the undertak- Ua snKjr *o id be coiMderadweilu tents wheie "--.e men h..p aIld

lands _)". ...Collier in this mattes'\ of Division Engineer on that widely i ed- with_ grips and packages-asJ Palm Beach\l\Image will ventnallyv be developed:. >4a," < a:1d a smart Lr."P'J! \ [.GUiIe eat fur
ia in every other which effects the I known transcontinental system.J you usually were-your hands through the balling .J blaf tigb-1 CeUferUudfl bs Work i> Portly after rttiag taxier way _supplies It has rock laid II
welfare,prosperity and develop there was little from the practical,{would not be free to slag mosjgattoes. f Increase 2.4 OVer '26' way: Then. too. the Tamiami itr9 l Ta -Oet ba. t S. Barron G. Col-I api &at %:31 iatfrt afteraoott, a. r&of to keep -h '(". : .'D, z the
went ofcSguthwest Florida never toint' of view that Mr. Washbon, -.- .".1 j jf t, WEnD PALM BEA i- iterg. 3. will form a part of the 'loop,iyf j tier andertdek the buDding of tiisroad. trail i blaiera ran in** a enf'IiI-dua-u I tr. .1 r. go ai, ; .a besiuiedjand! provided every penny id not"posst-es. A thorough"Xnowldge .: i 'I V Vi I rate- -.* mills.1|tem,*'ai"it"win connect with beG Erefga4!' and P sat JP Ont 1 strand* where they eretlfeeded l lI Mleiatly !We side< clt!'-n-<. ':{<, .,letting
seeded l to keep the work going of the method of handling f! Joafaey Is Difficult iiatyJax by e =j,. commiU- tJoaifcll Highway _and Trill were dll a if abase from TrMetla I; over a bias** trail ff,..;Egli- cardi. Our "( ,.- .ulf i" \ ,!
PyrtherjTby personal appeal he was den frontier, communities he had i You decided_to consider walking|m 'rea- i ; '- *. co IL' Self tifcircle the 1S111ar.l J Jla carry: oa the werk. The firm t< discs and a party of ten ttuai-f I the open., WI,:, ''11: twelve 411 ;
!jlixAlly able to convince the state acquired through years of Intensive'jonfe! as d.latt=resort and famed over the 1920 m'A bv.t- .teSt,, the SBlMai Trail and Alexander. E aisay, and Kerr "w&a clearing. the way witk fnm The! r; Ia.UJJter a slanting thatch titan a. q
of Florida of the soundness of oui" ramiag. All of theea attributes so expectantly to a telephone- et of $1.47.: :CT'" 11:1t.t'd, I Gulf Coast Highway are now'awarded thee contract and soon party Damped for the aigat at+BrSO 1> wine aaieidHe adds. .: iUr;' :,
proposition audio< have 1b woe :are v found in one peocaon. Mr.''fees bmtsed to a box attached to a :to be form.it;> a.r". r t'' thei5SjOn. thought of as one In the minds ef work wt i'ntntenced.tantutged 'ia the evening l j was found a few d. s 5th
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IC. G. Was burn Gives'Picture general superintendent of dredging inth, compacted to & | cleared- 't--The- cust of clearing: sticks of dynamite. making them s i\e A weekly boat s' i\ice pl>ed | -
Blazing Striking Of) ;,.generai?dredgmg; foreman: ill. ipek wearing surface! nlbeteen.fe: et waned hon eventye to three into & bundle with tu electric blat between Everglades Fort Myers.and '
; ..TIit Motor Cars eharge.of camp, foreman in charge wide: This' surfacing being done' hundred doi! aL per acre ing cap in the center. making two I Tampa In addition to this. a | EVERGlADES BANK HAS
I' lIagnitude'ot Work righfof way of cVaring, with by state contract under Captain Mea Colllpi With Specif Icalioascattons of_these bundles, placing them in tug boat and sea going barge
Was ,Adventure :a crew of twenty-five men, fore- Honsford, construction superin- The stale for this the canal in front of the machine, handled dynamite and other i large I
i- (Continued from Page 1) man in charge of drilling, double tendent. The material for surfacing section wire that no rock larger and exploding them. During the .shipments from Fort Myers a distance [FFI'C1EtTDIRECTORSi'
(Cor:tinned from Pare; 1) The first equipment to go on shifted with fifteen men, foremanin T2, obtained at Carnestown.' than six mc In diameter could i whole period of construction only of one hundred and twenty
Trail Waters were stuck the job was .a'one yard Marion charge, of blasting, with ten The equipment required was one *>e within t t-he fncneS of the I one accident occurred in the blast miles by water. A tanker with al i _
:,;' ood and proper, all the men but %team floating dredge. This dredge men, three Bay City dredges and Bay City Floating Dredge one finished >u e. and no rock: ing section and no life was lost on capacity of ten thousand gallons
F-: e drivers were called off and under the supervision of Qtto one skimmer scoop, double shifted Marion steam one yard floating greater than. two inches In diameter this job. There was only one death gasoline made weekly trips to Fort Has Always
: : on into. Miami to avoid toting Neal, was started west from and grading superintendent with dredge one jetting and blasting could 1 U: lithin six inches of the: and that was due to typhoid fever I Myer The daily conaumpttoa of Been Policy of
uppUes so far to such a large r Carnestown, and by Christmas tad crew of thirty-five men. outfit mounted on a barge with finished > face. No variation i contracted on leave! gasoline on the whole Job was approximately :- .
: ; The only exception was my- :thrown up the grade to where the Ox Teams Are Used necessary motor boats and bargesto greater'ha one tenth In the fin- bTe total progress from September. : twelve hundred g*P Bank
lf\ ,aid! on unanimous request I old Moneghan had stopped.At Attached to the drilling and blasting furnish fuel water; dynamiteand i lshed grad from the established II 1925, to August, 1927. has been lens ----
ed: to look after the foods the time the Marion was work crews were two ox teams of supplies. The crew of this, grade wabe mitted! Today, as I as follows: thirty-one miles of Each camp had a utility truck afo The Bank of Everglades opened
for the few men left" !lug west a 'one yard Bay City three yokes each with drivers and unit was handled direct from tne oae-rides ovr the road he can see sand section and twenty-five milesof tached to it to serve the mesa and for business July seventeenth l twit
= ''The party diminished in num- Crawler dredge was purchased and helpers. These oxen hauled the gasoline central office. It consisted of a that these rtirements were rigidly rock section-an average of two handle repair parts! Two one tea :"ifItII a capitalisation of $:?', <*).?'
: but with never-flagging cour !erected at Carnestown to start east. and dynamite ahead of the foreman and twelve men on the fono\Vd e equipment used on and three tenths miles per month. trucks handled dynamite, gasoline, sped with the following dirtuor r .
e, set out again and struggled Thin machine was ready) to operate grade to the "front." In the past Marion four men on the Bay City, this section faJone consisted of one During this time we experiencedthe and oil making daily trips tract lltrlaa G Collier of New Y (,rk, p
Finally, on Saturday, April C January first, 1924. A great deal year twenty-nine oxen were killedor a blasting foreman and six men drilling ojifit mounted on standard worst hurricane that has ever Port DuPont. When the awtcr l r J. gavel, of New York John Law
twenty first Miami was reached*, of the success of this great undertaking injured and rendered unfit for to handle the dynamite. ApproxI- gauge railv&y trucks on which passed over Florida. Two, miles of reached the point !it was loaded ea Kerr of Everglades, D W Jlct U' ?
nd the first successful motorcade, was due to the selection of work. The average time an ox was: mately one hundred and ten thou- were two f;gersoll-Rd compressors sand grade had to be rebuilt The a barge and floated to the dredge .of )Everglades,,,.aad R. A. Render
.;.'--1r.' known as the Tamiaou Trail the Bay City type dredge. The used was two weeks. At all timesno sand cubic yards of rock were re- on si| by seven andne six camp on the east end was destroyed or loaded on ox carts and baaled I*' son Jr., of Fort Myers The tirffe :-'
Blazer's motorcade, had traversed ,credit for picking this dredge must less than forty oxen were avail, quired for twenty miles of this by nine tynp number twenty, by the storm causing great delay -.the drilling and Mastfeg crew < rs of Hhe 1u tltu1h, >n virr" .
tbr Everglade*, and blazed much be given to Jack Taylor of Moore 'able for use. Without the oxen this work: Three nufober seventy drifters The water from Lake Okee- ,From thirty to forty bozjes of Barren G. Collier, president! ; John
o! what i* now the Tamfami l Trait leaven, one of *he first county road could not have been built."'It Dredge is Floated were monafed in vertical leads that cbobee flowed south and one week dynamite were used' daily. I L. Kerr and D. \\ McUodvfeelpesideBt .
commissioners. After seeing' all was only at the last mile where the One of the many obstacles to-be permitted f.e use of sixteen, feet after the storm the water on the :JThe, healthof the men was give t. *; and J .S H.dlis ,
r kinds of dredges, draglines, and water and muck were too deep that overcome was the raising of the drilled bltf] The rock was drilledto east end had raised thirty Inches, every cousiGsraUoij. a finely equipped Cashier Shortly afterward< upon I
Writes shovels, Mr. C. G. Washbon In the oxen were taken off the job one yard floating Marion dredge. l the ave&ge depth of twelve and did not drain off until May of hospital with doctor and traip, Ike resignation of Mr K" rr and
Hathaway: charge of the work believes that and boats pushed by men. substi- Due/to mishandling by one of the r feet. Th Boles: were_ spaced three; this year ed nurse being; maintained at Eves )fr. WaJU.. C. .M. Collier, V.. was
On Trail there is not another machine that tuted. operators this huge dredge was i acros site f anal six feet apart and Bay City Dredges Used' .glades. First aid kits wen to be tastes vice president and e.tshi.._ r!
itContinued- could have done this work. Three messes were maintained on sunk in fourteen-feet of "water in l across the {anal six feet apart", and -The battery of dredges consistedof found in all messes Frcqpeat inspections f'ifttf aJIIo a director of tho btnkW
( from Page 1) In building: the Trail through the East section with portable bunkhouses the canal Dams were placed across :a center ,le spotted at the three three one yard Bay City type. were made by the doctor. Jo&e, 1926, upon the ret ganton; 1
he general public Collier county, two distinct classesof and kitchen. A great deal the canal at each end of the dredge, I foot mark,I This drilling outfit ran These machines were double shifted Typhoid serum was given to att sat Mr Collier as president and I
Highway h Wide material were encountered the of pains were taken to see that'the and It wag thought that the canal double s iffted continuously for and mace an average of eighty men. Anyone injured was allowed retefrmaB of the board C M Col-
one being sand, and the other a best of foods were served and the could be pumped out, the dredge :sixteen jnlatbs, From the hurricane feet per shift handling over five half pay during time off work. AS 'tfar, Cr., wag elected to both
The road surface of the Tamiami lime rock. The sand extends from camp kept clean. Fresh meats and emptied of water and this May cubic yards
; pontoons last; ptember until per foot-of canal ex- accidents including miner oae*; places J. H. Fears succeeding! Mr
rail between Miami and Fort My- the county line south and east to vegetables were supplied, and in the dredge floated This proved almost .the dnlhal 'crew worked in water cavated. It was a wonder how these were promptly reported to the O : '> will be thirty feet in width within two miles of Carnestown. this way the health of the .men. ,' an impossibility At the end., ..about tyC feet deep, and at times machines could do the work re- fice A medical exaaiHuktioa mpp SM. Mr. Fears resigned and went
HI grading being well above the Here the rock starts and extends was Insured by proper diet. -* fourteen six inch and eight inch waist des|, An average progressof quired. The average life, of a bucket required before a man eool&be employed with the Bank of LaBelle, Joseph ,I
I star line and. for a distance ofpproihtnetely throughout the county into Dade The West section working in centrifugal pumps were used, requiring two hJd-ed I and fifty feet'per was about two weeks. When one of In this way no ooatagteo 1 if. Aryan, formerly cashier uf he i!
100 miles, the grade 'county and Miami. sand was under a superintendent three weeks time to float .day was {maintained under these these dredges would break down disease ever entered OM. at Bank of L; Bile, succeeding hhn,
will be resting upon solid rick. The equipment necessary for I who had a dredging foreman a I the dredge, and at a total cost of i difficult* everything was done to make the camps. F,Ziiasa L. Bowel! was elected as-
This together with other features this work was standardized to use grading foreman and one mess, nearly seven thousand dollars. BJa,1, g Machines Follow repairs and no railway wreck ever Bonuses Are Paid tltttstet eaahierIm .
cf the Tamiami Trail makes it gasoline, and this standard has taking care of sixteen men. Colored "Rock dredge at sixty cents per Follow. g the drilling machine received more prompt attention All men were employed at J
unique among American Highways. never been changed In standardizing labor was used on this grading cubic yard. Mr. Washbon added came th J blasting crews.! It was .than was given them. to get them monthly rate. Each montb a f ,the latter part of 1921 a "aur
Already.and long before the work the equipment, the question of crew of twelve men. "brought the contractor no profit their dutt to clear out the holes running again. was set, and a bonus paid. at pta fend of $10,000 was crested
had progressed very far the Tami fuel had to be considered. The fact Warehouse At Carnestewd after this little party." I load, asdjshoot them. Their equipment The burning question of the hour completion of the ta& AppnxxK wfcteb fond baa since
i ami Trail had become famous in that the base was located at tide- At Carnestown was a large ware- Te building of the Trail east ofCarnestown. i cnlsisted of two jetting with the dredge -men, was "HaveI mately twelve tfeoosand deters was grown *to
story and song, more lines having water, and; that water 'transportation house and magazine under a store .has required the great- pumps I and Fairbanks-Morse! got enough material*" Grade paid out as bonuses, in admit Ie :_.toO. giving the bank a surplus!
probably been written about it wag the only means of receiving ]manager. Here was stored the dyna. est thought and indomitable spirit equlpmeil. was chosen as standard stakes were set. by the.engineers, the regular wage. aq_ to its capital Conservatism i i
when the road was only a dream. supplies, minimum ton mite and caps. A stock of approximately and engineering experience. The for this work A three by three and a large surplus of.:material' was Recreation was furnished tbs IttB always been oae of the policies
than of any other road actually In nag per horse power was In.favorof 520,000() in spare! parts for secret of the success! of this work TyphoB foump directly( connectedto not permitted. Enough must be men in the shape of a pool retie ,Of tfc* bank, which is shown in its
-I existence. Its realization, or completion gasoline.The all .machines was carried, and all lay in the blasting of the rock. If a one and one-half horse power dredged; but not too :'much Pay- and bowling alley at Port D5P. MOR published statements by
will advertise this state allover avlue of the equipment used trucks and drivers except those assigned the rock was blasted, the dredges gas enge was used. The discharge ment for the job was.canal. measurement open evenings and Sunday'. 'tie 'large reserve carried--theMQonts
the nation and- in Europe as ia this project has grown year by to each camp, based at this could make a road. The grade from these pumps was ; picture were shown twice a week > deposited with other banks
perhaps no other public, project has, years as follows: Before 1924 point A bridge crew with eight quired was thirty feet finished re-I duced ui a five-eighth inch The next operation was done bya in the club house at Evergbvltt, .M4 actual cash on band The pub- j
or ever will No wonder, therefore (6,000; January 1924, J38,000; ; Jan- men, -was stationed here and face with a four inch crown. This strength! ]pipe, fourteen feet re-I skimmer scoop levelling,the. fill! I usually followed by an impronpta frjbart statement of June thirtieth
that the whole state is taking pride uary, 1925, $91.000 January 1926, Carnestown was conencted with the was laid at zero grade, there be-I used to.rash out the drill tq be: followed by the grading out- dance. i S7.. skewed deposits of $296,060.
ia the building the Tamiami J125.500, January, 1927 $187.000; main office by telephone. All ing a difference of only six feet I These tibes, after -many .fit. A mounted.camp_followed the Mr. Wathbon concluded bj say' Wkls cash and due from banks of
Trail July, 197, J200.000 WorkingfromMiami breakdowns were reported to inground level in twenty-three ments, 4ere chosen from a tube skimmer scoop, and It was the duty lug "Years to come, M otse nft* JiaIei. It will be difficult to fid
It is west, the contractor, H. C. Carnestown. and if it could not miles The yardage in this fill is I used as ruts on aeroplanes. One I of the grading crew to move .the over this beautiful road Ullt 4 storager and more conservative
proposed to celebrate fittingly
the of Huffman Incorporated has over supply the necessary spare parts, approximately four and one half and ODe eighth inch sixty per cent camp every two thousand feet thought will be given.'te the EM. *, bak in any city the size of Ever-
derful road completion when it shall be this'wpn-thrown $250,000 invested_ :in equipment or this information was telephoned to cubic yards per foot of road. nitro-g 'erine dynamite was usedin The equI ment of the gradingcrew who labored go boldly acid earnMly *-. gMde9, it is believed.
nearly one half million dollars has the main office and orders were The character of the country the llasting. load I build
,>pen to traffic. The whole state is I the varying : consist two ten ton Holt to it, bat tfce rdftd itant the Bank of Everglades has siicoesefully -
expected to join In the jubilee and been Invested in equipment to dp Issued to take the work to the passed through; from Carnestownis with thi character of the drilling tractors, and one: five ton Holt I will be a lasting momufceot to *J JTamiami and satisfactorily handled
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to make merry over the fulfilmentof this work shops aTPort DuPont; ; or the purchasing saw grass prairie, covered with from t* to twelve sticks to the tractor. The largest_and Heaviest Trail BIIDJfukeland --" -the bond iseoe funds for the CODn-
agent was notified and new mnck that runs from eight inches hole to forty sticks to he hole. The scarifier and grader built by the
a dream and the completion of The work in Collier county has ty, and Is now the designated depentory -
parts ordered. In the main office to four feet in thickness and;under los nrol miles weer hardest and Austin Western people was used,
a great public project which hast been Citizens for Collier County. The
carries through the firmof two'clerksan. fi1
by were that kept laid with a sedimentary lime rockin twenty ticks addition
were placed in the in to one Adam Road King
challenged, the best In manhood, Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr. the time and costs the- other look- Under To Tell View! officials of the institution feel that
two strata this is strata outside line of holes and forty f number twelve and one number Budget
and of the it Ma bad no little in the
t money machinery state. Since part sac-
September, 1925. the work ed
This after requisitions and. chased of sand marl, and shell that varies sticks ii the center holes All the eight Adam's grader.. The dump LAKELtAND Aug. *.-The +gt* canftd'deveiopBKats
celebration it is believed will has been under the direction of materials.No of the Collier
from twelve inches to three feet. atte'possible was given to the trucks were attached to this outfit.
appeal to the of Commission before adopti&g tba: OvgMrftttiona in the ,
people northern Chief Engineer D. Graham county enpecially -
Copeland creat'obstaeles were encountered Under this is a harder rock that blastmj and then at times the A stationary camp was used] budget for -the
and to next fiscal jtear, $. the
western Florida. who vktmity of
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as in building the sand three feet thick under- I
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averages dredge not dig the rocks on house the gracing crew. It was ran invited the ctltteae of Lake- beak has
realizing the dream taken
of many years divided into sections East. the West section of the Trail. It laid with sand and marL This section 8C'OOD of the boulders. When this ratedm the center of the last sixteen land to ears of the pay
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completion! of\he Old Spanish West, and Carnestown base: Chief organizations. mcladMe
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____ Trail| "TO thft Gulf : cypress arose there was only one I mile section.Transportation. i express lh+cueJve o* te tile work of the Tamiami
_____{ fm ** Coastal engineer, supervising engineer In thirty foot sand base approxmately.four r I and water courses: and greater por- thineIn. do-that was to reshoot Is Via Water several. ideas &cldi 'ie. > thud Trail
the
t3ighwaIreop' L ; thFlorida charge la field' ; industrial engineertiaSSa i fees, high :was thrownup tions of the_road,! ran through a fro! of the dredges. This opera The transportation required to I)Uc.Pfwhlck dodo x-........ coastraetsw work in aad
eo netTy ia cXarge atfbase, ;, Eas lion On this was-placed a twelve scrub cypress growth that.had to 1l ,'s ed. of aoout..forty work '; Iwetsdes JrWt DuPont,
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;" 't with the development of South Flo.r da. : : # : Lauderdale,Jlollywood; Kelsey; City and: Palm Be:. cht j .

: : Twenty years ago; the first oil engine Suction Dredge in Florida was BJurbanks-Morse Marine\ Oil} Engines supply transportation.fou threttm- e.
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ti' equipped with Fairbanks-Morse\ J U- HP engine. Each year: since that time ens and products of South Florida. Fleets of boats so equipped operate out f- ;

.. % the number of Fairbanks-Morse\ Oil Engines' used on Dredges of: all of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Punta Gorda, Ft. MyersBverJdades., _

types. has increased and multiplied.Draglines Miami\ ...
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throughout Florida are operated DY Fairbanks-Morse\ : Oil Engines rang- farm lands in thEY erglades bordering on the souh shore of Hike Olcee-l t;{

K ing from the twenty-year-old type used at t. Petersburg to the very latest -rcnobee from Moore\ Haven on the West to Canal Point on the East g 'I

type Diesel used on the Florida Railroad & Navi ation ,Corporation's Fairbanks-Morse: Equipment keeps pace with modern progress> atfd. '&ir- : II

A new 12 inch Suction Dredge. .,.,'*" banks-Morse Service backs: up the equipment! and produces for the own- !

Fairbanks-Morse Diesel Engines with electric equipment supplies ... such commodities Water Ice
power ers as Refrigeration, Light, DrainaaeL Irrigation

L-! I and light for communities such as Everglades, Estero, Moore\ ,> Haven Ditches, Canals, Highways, Lakes, Lagoons, Harbofe! JDotks

Wauchula, Sebring, Ft. Meade\ and Naples. 'it Transportation, Sewage and Garbage Disposal, Sand, Gravel; i-, I

'" Fairbanks-Morse\ Water !and Sewage Pumps serve such cities as fiver Rock, Cement and other Building Materials, Milk\ Butter and other Ffeod ,.

lades, Ft. Myers, Arcadia, Sarasota, Palmetto, Lakeland; jOkeechobee', }
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Fairbanks-Morse Oil Engines furnish for' manufacturing ice and:- of in
power great State Florida we join celebrating consummation. of ": i
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We are-t proud? of the fact that,,since its inception;:our dredging: and I levelling machinery was used'exclusively on this stupendous: job. \"

J Alexander$ and er the Florida Stat Road Department, for this monumental work__- write us as follows:

I "We take pleasure in advising that we attribute our'success almost Entirely toBY City Dredges and Dredging Machinery out any exception

whatever, we do "not believe there is a machine: on the market toda which would; .do the work as economically, as efficiently an4_*$ expeditiously as

\ yours. In fact, we doubt very seriously t the crossing of the Ever ades at'the phenominal i rate .of. speed we have been' .able to make with Bay City

equipment could have been accomplished f-3- with any!.- -other type or mlke r ilL machine.,. I., ..,'., ''..tVe ;;l"llIUJ. I .. ,- :. :" -s: '.

"\ tried and abandoned several types of steam and gasolene dredgp as well as drag lines r : *'Wi't h three p/your: one-yard"walkers, and crawlers, we were

able to march: continuously day and night at the rate of one andi ] tenths miles! :per month for two years across. the Everglades-a rate of progress

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Published, by Everglades Publishing Company ; .

.E. W. Russell SecretaryTreasurerEntered -" "

as ,second-class matter August 24, 1923, at the Post TTin.all ,

Office a t Evergldaes, Florida, under the Act of March"\ 3, 1879 {k


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THURSDAY, AUGUST, 19"1 i Shop >
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"- Final completion of the Tamiami Trail across the Everglades I ac,,

of Collier County centers attention on the man who has made I i ; ". l in i iun

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his possible. '
Barron Collier has done a remarkable thing. He made large b ...
purchases of land in a swampy wilderness-the haunt of Semi- I is a group of the original Tamlafni; Trail Blazers whose storyapepal' i;;:'!,
$ elsewhere in this issue. The story can never picture the <- "- :
noles and wild animals. It appealed to his sense of utilizing waste. hardships and dangers which were faced however, as does the diary ,-'* .:;,,:' -'. laI",
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His vision saw this wilderness drained, traversed by highwaysand r of Frank S. Lewis, from which the facts in the story were gleaned.far :Printers-Stationers: r.i{,', '
railroads peopled by contented folk. He caused plans to be : :;'1'III
for its development. It seemed,a wicked waste to him that as Carnestown. A few miles of,,, With constantly improved conditions : / tiEi-ffofRubber txlflen
sot marvelously fertile andbeautiful should not be given grade had been thrown up-but not adequate equipment, a sea- nufa Stamns, Wishes to extend congratulations to :: ;
: levelled off--east of Carnestown1 I(I soned and accumulated '/ fit
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; towards Miami. Most of this work I'I experience the quantity and Stencils and Seals.. ,It-"
IWO first plan to be approved by Mr. Collier was that for had been done with the "old Mari-!!:quality of the work has steadily !J building of the Tamiami Trail. To
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the Tamiami Trail located by the Jenkins survey ,,
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thfe Legislature of Florida be gave his solemn promise floating Marion dredge dill doing; now as near perfection as it Is.humanly serve you has been a pleasure and we J i '011" '

il the County of Collier were formed, be would! see thelTr.iil service on various jobs/injthe court-j possible to attain. If the j --.- hope that we.' may continue to merit
through In the years that have passed since then! tremendus try) but when I arrived a "new!truth of this statement is questioned. c Jf!t I f U t .

difficulties. have arisen and most of the stauncbest supporters fangled" Bay City dredge mounted;; I can only invite you to inspectfor your pattrou.. t it;.
on caterpillars had just been ac- yourself the magnificent boulevard :. |o <
I jof the Trail have at times lost heart and doubted the expediency .. ,
quired and set up. I am told that it that is the Tamiami Trail in ? O i iIn
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of the project. had {been .Jmrijaasf) efcly after t t::the eastern end of Collier County PI Embossing -Brocess En- tt
No so. with Barron Collier. Money he has poured into the great deliberation. It was regarded:''and the western end of Dade county lting, : _\ kht ,

undertaking with that courage possessed only by great developers.He -skeptically by many-as an ex-, where Alexander, Ramsay and graving, Ruling. t
has :not called on outsiders for a penny and, until a few periment and local l opilnion. was Kerr are operating three "Bay iNUL

-months ago when tbe State of Florida took over the project he about, evenly* divided as to its Cities" on double shihft, together Ribber Stamps,'Stensils, Seals Metal j' On September 15th we shall move mlh .l
owing to the terrific drain on the infant county's finances had merits. I with "skimmer scoops" scrapers <
personally_advanced every cent required to keep the work going. Men had to be trained to oper-I i rollers, dynamite equipment and Checks and' Badges. : :into our new. uarters in} the Bank of pin i{

He offered no,stock for sale placed no subdivisions on the market at it, camps! had to be established I all the paraphernalia of the expert I ,Everglades Buildingancl shop BreLoff .
and-worst job of all oil.I our {
-gas road builders art. Only a few hun-
t invited no one to invest in the development, the possibilities OffIce Of All Kinds.
great food, and all other material ,and jired feet remain on Alexander Supplies. will have, thg most modern and \\ i!
of which became as the famous highway I -. up-
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supplies had to be transported tot I Ramsay, and Kerr's contract-the an
was builded across the Everglades. it. Transportation was at Irregular beginning of the end is in sight to-date equipment J which is possible rot''

Nor does the public yet fully realize what this development intervals via the Deep Lake railroad -! the Tamiami Trail is almost an ac: I, Business ?-Business Necessities to obtain. Three chairs will be I rout<

fs to mean. But slowly: it is filtering through tbe minds of all to Carnestown, at which point]complished fact-*a dream come -" i I ready is itme
that this region is destined to be the Paradise of Florida. men and materials were transferred -, true. i to serve you. [; I IItC
Barton Collier does not invite expressions of public appreciation to motorboats or to barges i Forty Miles Completed I i

for what he is doing for Collier County and Southwest towed by motorboats, thence down I i s iliIt I '
the canal to the point where the I Forty miles or more separate 1 I .r ,
Florida. The people make pilgrimages down tbe Tamiami Trail '
dredge was operating. Cars this battery of smooth running "i ,n
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,>l; and they are proud of what has been accomplis here. They .quently ran off the track fre-I i"Bay Cities" from the decrepit old .

speak( often of the kindly,democratic man "Those vision, courage the railroad, barges had a ,Moneghan. eBtween the two. the I .
and resources !have made possible the miracle they behold. r sinking in_tre canals and motorboats -;J I history of the Tamiami Trail in I TAMPA, FLORIDA : 7

But the Collier County News takes opportunity here and went aground or developed;I I Collier County, as I know_Jt, is

now, to express lot itself and for this section a profound appreciation tempennental engines. Everything,,written in rock, and earth, and .1$0103Franklin! Street <.
of what Mr.,Collier has done. Collier County and all 'happened that could happen but I)I water and wood, and iron. 'Event ; HOMER r BRINKLEY Proprietor :'/- :

Southwest? Florida are the beneficiaries of this bit of miracle somehow, someway, Otto Neaia and ,, e jtory; of fthe Dew county/* Opposite Library as
!his i men succeeded in keeping the, struggle to provide finances for 0. Box: 2232-Telephones 3062-3489
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t working. it is nothing less. :
l dredge working steadily on one;,;the work is clearly written so that E. C. COX Assistant
And though the of Collier Plant and
today names Flaglerate
l shift with only a moderate amount: "he who runs may read"-a story I yon,
emblazoned in the Book of Fame as the real discoverers and of time out for repairs. +j j i that would have had a sad ending ud
developers Florida, it is in the hearts of the humble folk that I ,
:Mary :Men Still On Jvh i i i i long since had it not been for the ettre( +
Mr. Collier's work and'memory will be cherished. < Otto is still on the joo and will':resoulceful; and practical assistance i \ ... !, r

see it through. Many a tiara I hate t of Mr. Barron Collier. I '- -, it u

CONGRATULATIONS, DR. HATHAWAY. travelled up and down the canals), i ai
The at which '
point the state relieved : ., I
> | ons A. Hathaway, chairman of the State Road with him in his launch inspecting the county of the burden is i. .. 1 1Ut
) Wbt3.t in'conntctiort the work. Hours and hours of time 1 y'-- 1: ,]7'; __ ..:k ;
} short time discernible
| isite4Evergjades a ago easily as it marks: a,
i oY tm;Taini il-'Fail were consumed on these trips, WithOtto'a j 1ii'
inspection ; : ittwai-to* embrace Jdefin"fdu u 1ir 1 4---
oil dug "Browit"tefOrledeIfon \ of the'wWS '13r':''foBsjiPMa"tha3way : : -
"the second anniversary; of bis appointment to the State's most .
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the choice In the .
seat stem or j t chairman of thk state road : i
constructive It was no less surprising than I -
important position following along on the canal bank,
gratifying to realize that but two years have elapsed since the with tongue hanging out and an, department and one of the best .--, '. -'
friends South Florida ever had, Is
old bones of the State Road Department began to rattle and the injured look in his eyes--a shameful : proud of the road Alexander, Ram fl i

strength 6f a new energy at Tallahasse began to make itself way to treat a good and con-|:,I say and Kerr are building underi Wi

felt from pne end of the state to the other. stant mother. i i their slate contract; Collier county; ,

When (Dr. Hathaway came into office the Tamiami Trailto Many'of the men who\elped:setup ,'', is proud of it and soon the whole
the public at large was simply a myth. It had no reality to and operate that 'first Bay' state will be boasting of It. m t..

tbe people l of the state. Through successive administrations it had City" are still on the: .1q "There'' West Portion Soon Finished *:-

been the subject of fruitless discussion. Many years ago a survey must be a fascination'about this 1! The "Bay Cities" win not be Perkins & rat ,;
was madeund Lee county\: had pecked feebly at tbe gigantic task job of trail building that,gaps) and',abandoned, like the Mo>leghan. a* S r u +
of crossing/ the Everglades. A large expenditure of money in Dade holds"lae men engaged in it. The the farthest point they reach' arpeJ
Trail organization was the lust|they will return and bring op that
county had resulted in the throwing up of a tiny ridge of rock 0 71{,
disturbed of any of our organiza-I part of the road built under county .
which, irt weather, looked like and in
dry a towpath wet
tions by the hysteria that sent the contract to conform to the r rtloi nI -
weather was submerged altogether. Barron Collier alone of tbe whole state dean crazy during the I!built under state contract, and TAMPA FLORIDA V f(1

developer] and builders of Florida had been able to envision a I"boom." Mea on other johs quit I when-this work is finished the J I I

broad highway across the lower part of peninsular Florida, by the wholesale, lured by the prospect -I]l i Tan ami Trail will take Us place f e p,
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opening up vast areas of hitherto inaccessible land and bringingthe I of easy money in real estateor in highway history as an putstand I< f rat

east and. west coasts of Florida into close communion with by unheard of wages in, the new i i"profession" t ting accomplishment : Wholesale Grocers any'i
of clearing and staking -
each other. Immediately following the creation of Collier county, out subdivisions-wages away! I have enjoyed i ; writing t.hJa.jj> ",

work on the, Trail began in earnest but it was handicapped net beyond the limits of our enterprise j jll le story if TamiamiiTrail hlttor i i ?
lack of funds but by the complete absence of a i It calls to mind !
only by pro- or any other legitimate one.:The i I some of the earliei t '
gram for1! the construction of the road beyond the limits of morale at Everglades and inCol- j days that were dedicated to that 1- .

Collier county.' I lier County, M carefully and painstakingly t'1,accumulation. of experience so Vital : Specializing in Fancy Lines a ..
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Upon his appointment to the chairmanship of the,State Road unfit& up was "shot to \[to final triumphant achievement.
pieces" in short order. The labor I hope I I fc ven't bored you lett
Department Dr. Hathaway was quick to> Mr. Collier's -
grasp
I enormons. go over to Miami and .
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turnover, was There see a II-vIe.
\ision. Indeed when he brought his state-wide viewpoint and I r,
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were course men every ;
boundless energy to bear upon the problem. Dr. Hathaway made t I who remained steadfastand ,WE ARE EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE
of it a project which has challenged the attention of the nation who made it possible for* us f DISTRIBUTORS IN SOUTHWEST -

and amazed)and delighted tbe entire state. Dr. Hathaway thinksin to "keep on carrying: on? after a EvergladesDuPontFire .

terms pf the state as a whole. The Tamiami Trail to himis fashion :Many of these men are Brigade Drills; : FLORIDA FOR '

an essential part of the State's system of highways-tbe outstanding still with, us. They have .my profound -,.' -" : .
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:nk in a band of rock/encircling Florida completely respect and admiration; : ,_as 1 J The first fire drill of the Ever- r- .J :. ..... 4 ,
she pleasure :and convenience of its people and the delight and have also many others \vboJ-were J glades-DuPooi Fire Department' J

edification::pf tourists. obliged to leave for one reason or .was held on Thursday, July 28th. }.

Dr. Hathaway was born in West Florida and educated in another. The'ratl organization was, and ran off very nicely considering s. D MONTE 1 canned fruits vegetables and salmon r

Central Florida. Much of his eatly professional life as an edu- of disrupted.,course: ,' affected It has since bur it been''en wa$ not. that bad it been was the first time themen dried fruits and ,

c.norV'as.sptnt in South Florida- He is a man of the state as a larged from time to time byneces- dmiy. Of course called there into active :. ; food specialties .'
were few
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whole. That the Tamiami Trail is the realization of his most"vivid sary additions until it BOW con ''" Udie&" fa the drill but Fire '., < "
dream and his most urgent vision is a tribute to his own sists entirely of picked men .f ,Citttf J. T. Russell I Ic

breadth of vision as well as to the importance of this link in the j proves worth many'of:wlSomTlft h.t;- ironed oat before expeetatoUiem the *get eton 'DAINTY\ the finest softvheat flour.the

State highway system. Collier County was; glad to welcome him ed their experience In ,the early- *. The fine,truck gave a little :, .
lt acre and gratified that he should have expressed such pleasuren days of New the Equipment first Bay Added City.", 4rt oeble, but the mecbameij to th* !,- BAXTERS FINEST .

the progress our engineers and workers arc making. We extend garage; expect to have thatstraigbteeed L

10 him our most cordial felicitations upon his second anniversary This dredge had worked: so satisfactorily out soon, and ute truck
and our best wishes for his continued success, *. that it had been decided f ruamiag properly again. t l best canned corn, peas, stringless beans anfl'bluehcrries nark-
:Chief RoBscll
to "experiment" further With Bay was ably assistedla 4 o 9
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would then tnaaipulate the .vehicle [ had been purchased. iU}. officers: First Engto* r, i n
- I EARLY DAYS function being to level off the eGo rg Ilmnparies; aecovd engineer : f *
,onto a home made wooden turntable IL K. Maddox 4 ; : : PROCTOR .
grade and make it travelable foe ; feerseno J. &GAMBLE I
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J Continued from Page li, i vehicle The road from Cantes- : Tfeompsen, B. ?
poi You "cranked her up:' 1 lfled: ; in the ground between the rails ;town to Port DuPont was finished Dahlia; BOU BMB, C. ,N. FaerM ,- hF
me eivf from the hook and if 1 and after several attempts succeed]and bitty, from DuPoat ta Evr- add J. U. Striblhig.Sheriffft Crisco, Soap and Washing Powders. ( h.

you "re lucky ultimately heard a !| in getting its :nose pointed for Do- glades; ,bridges were built screes. '
faint: "i i:eli"! You then gave ;your i iratm : Pont\, again with all four vrheels Barren's River at DuPont and Underwood's Deviled Ham Sardines and
aud present address! and request ''on the track. DaPoat you.rounded -f;across Palm Creek and across.-'tlwH dfffce.Everglade -' Fish Products ,
j that a Deep Lake Railroad : up a boat for, the last mile oflha canal at Carn &own. where a ; S "'
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cart: serl to remove you from }] journey to Everglades. If It I barge with plank approaches had I ,Jane; ;?::1:7. \White House Coffee and Tea 'lone Better At Anv Price." '
then ,,.-, soon as posbe! --the mos- was in .the middle of the night !served for many months. Automo-j Pamartt to an-order tff execs- r. ,
: r qni-o! wee bad tt was raining, '' at-! It frequently 'was-yett first 1,bales sad tracks supplanted motor j Uon issued out of the Corny Court Skinner's Macaroni ,crib.. ..
; You talked'' went to the raBs bunk house and. boats and and Raisin
and wire
1 'u hungr\ barges and: provided a] of teeCount)' en the 2 th day of .
fast ail>to get your message tried to pick out a boatman in the.much quicker: and more economical] .'May 1927. wherein J. D.' Walker .
thro brfor the !lire went out dark. Usually; you awakened a car.j means of serving the dredges. even }! is Plaintiff and J. L. Mmtgelnery Friend's New England Baked Beans and
as it ,-'UiIV did belt' r the party penter or plumber -or all thrf'e--I'r though they were daily increasing'the is Defendant I have levied ap o" town Bread. ,
i on th, !her end had an opoortuulscite before you located your < distance:: from the base of sup. ,>one Chevrolet touring car,. 1J% ,
ty to what a..rion. if Eventually of course. you came to j plies. The roads BURNETT'S EXTRACTS
> j were scraped and :Model l and will_aril at the flint : nenlines'
Ikea with anY'f'woul" know toe boatman's peculiar snore ::rolled; bridges were bruit t't re-H J door of the Court Douse of Collie, ; Ois

your ct ;i iI and could get him out without disturbing :i, i place the two plank that afforded County, at Everglades, Fl*.. be; r and other high grade of a
anybody else. hazardous; t nationally famous
&i,1t, } crossings at most of the 1 tween the hours of eleven and tyro : products. es.
waited, -
pumisuc you Bay City Dredge Purchased creeks
I < and rivers. As the work ]
c as the :fifth day of September
know--.g .t the chances wereoitimately But to get back to the Moneghan i speeded additional -.
up equipment l 1327.[ for cash. ,
even J" a flivver, dredge It was as has been stated i asnurchased until the "
equip:!! th railroad car wheels, right where it u. now The travelable i tlni.. had !;ke,: TiuLupuedfe original W R MAYNARD < .1;: ,1t.-:
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- -: 'Highlights ofTrail Importance of I,quitocs. in which only renegades I To Fairbanks-Morbe Company not onv! days tell to study our problems and to In the Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial T Witness my hand and seal of of- i herein against you in the abe

Three N'S On might find refuge and through we are greatly indebted the I firm us frankly whether or not his Circuit of Florida in and i. face this 3rd day of August. A. I P11927. ..,I entitled cause on the fifth day (of
History I I i which only the inherited Instinct for the excellent equipment y could solve them. This representative For Collier County. la Chancery. September. A. D. 1927. and "Tne

.;. : By Bill Clarke, Jr. \ Trail Stressed ,of the Seminole might guide fragile I have furnished us but rendered alo f'lf.I solve did study them and did No. (5 C. W. RUSSELL. (Seal) I Collier Count\ N ws" is hereby

canoes. It Is said that no less than I the services they have them although, as he expressed = DAISY MAUD HICKS. I i Clerk. desigan as I the newspaper in
Tamtami v I I three contractors oJ great financial No apparent defect is too small for it, "She's rockier than either hell .
The Trail-that trail of (Cortinued from Page 1) Complainant ERLE !I. DONALSON. which this: order !"bail' be published
mere
beams that?has been written and Washbon brought to the organiza- standing became bankrupt in an at- I them to overlook and.Mr. J at F a Ahm I lar"or the Road to Dublin." "Caterpil f vs. I I Solicitor for Complainant.In once a week in taut consecutive ,

_, talkr'd aboufeso much-will soon bert.tdy tion. To him Is due in no small tempt to construct a road west of telegraphic request head of i tractors. AustinWesterngiant GLEN M. HICKS. I' i weekly issues of said newspaper.

for travel from end to end. ;measure the success which has attended -:,Miami into the Everglades. These the courteous and efficient Jacksonville. I blade scarifiers and fourteen foot Defendant. In Circuit Court Twelfth JnI I Witness my hand and seal of office -
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'. '._ It IS a raas rpiece in engineering I( our efforts in rushing to efforts were undertaken about fifteen -'the organization in incorrect firm graders, supplied by that I Order of Service For Publication ,I dirial Circuit of Florida, la and this! 3rd day of August. A. D.

and a monument to the courageand successful completion this monumental -,f years ago and, when we consider i I promptly sends a representative and traIn road, turned the trick. That the To Glen M. Hicks Residence Unknown 1 For Collier County. .;Uz;'. -
is
I difficulties graded to such fine
persiat ice of man, therefore ,: project. the national reputation of the .ioc of a finishas : I I No. M C. W RUSSELL. (&inClerk )
these firms and the financial back- our personnel in the opera to permit travel over it at the ,
I it will be an inexhaustible subject Otto Neal (CLYDE EDWARD SHAW,
for discussion and written articlesin I I Immediately under Mr. Washbon Ing they possessed, It can only be i their wonderfully efficient electrical Diesel out rate of Sixty miles per hour with-I It is hereby ordered that you ap Complainant.vs. t I ERLE M DONALSON.
and a conceded that the sole reason for engines pumps and the slightest discomfort is a pear to the bill of complaint filed .
; years to come. Many, many men as his outside superintendent, which Solicitor for Complainant I
of tribute
I I' their failure was the lack of : equipment, practically all to quality of grading equip- I !
have given their aid in its conduction was selected Mr. Otto Neal :Mr. proper by that ment herein against! you in the above LAVINA RUTH SHAW,
were furnished supplied
; fad a roll call of all Neal is one of those Collier graduates machinery.With- ,l used by us by Messrs. McDonald entitled cause on the fifth day of Defendant
persona who ; to this in mind and before :ifirm.j i and Burghman. A. D. 1927 and "The I Order of Service Publication.T .
itiose have helped whom refrence has been I i Picked September, By : i TAMPA, A< 3.-C. W. Standau.
make it a r&Iity would cover many I made. Beginning in a very subor-I commencing the work, we made a I j Bay City Dredges and I To back up the "front" it U necessary Collier County News" Is hereby Lavtna Ruth Slaw No. 11 ig

ages. II d ftp.capacity by his conscientous'careful study not only of what had The problem of blasting to have a well balanced repair designated as the newspaper in Thornton Street Btoeafteld. NewJersey federal prohibition enforcement

Soon after the creatloa of Col- I ajpntion to whatever duty was assigned to be done in the territory to be I I i drilling solved, the next question dredgeto base behind the lines Everglades I which this order shall be publishedonce I : agent took over the control of the

er Countyta IMS. A. R. Rlchardun him, by his ever present I traversed, but. also of the !lanuacturer's -.' to be settled was the type of the is approximately 110 miles ? a week in four consecutive It is hereby ordered tat you ap- I Tampa office today He came from

t." '" J was appointed as the County's I r| willingness to work under the worst I I Digest of what firms be- used. An inspection of Miami will from Fort Myers and some 300 I weekly issues of said pews1>8pu.I pear to the bill of compteiat flied .Miami .....
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,rat engineer A few months later and most trying conditions, by his might be in a position to furnish of miles from Tampa. These are the I
wrecks -
P returned to his beloved Ever-I I thorough knowledge of the limitsof I for machinery successful and supplies necessary the i I a today dozen reveal different the rusting types of dniges! 'I II nearest rail heads and all supplies i ,
accomplishing
lades Drainage District and was the capacity of his workmen and ''must be shipped by water. Accord. "
I I task. And, while it is not generallythe i I[with which the first contractors attempted r
ucceeded by A.W. Frederick. Mr. ,[ by his ever cheerful disposition Tami mgl/ a most Important role was
; of the
custom In these days of "bigI r that portion
derick, who made the original I[:Mr. Neal won from the organization ] played by the firms who suppliedthe
and little U." after a project has i ami Trail In old Lee county may
nd only survey between Carneswn Its highest regard, and was I wrecks which are necessary repair parts, hardware -
seen other
and the Date county line since I I promoted to fill its second highest, been successfully completed to refer ze failure Of steel beams, mill supplies J
I to the firms whose help made monuments, not to the ,
11' creaiion.of Collier County was and one of its most difficult posi1 ', steel cable and accessories of every
that success possible, we desire to engineers of a decade ago to select
c ijfdnizmg ais, party for the sur- I tions.'1 Too much praise cannot be i t i: but kind. Thees came to us chiefly
for the job
l about the Marion''accorded Mr. Neal express publicly our hearty appreciation the right equipment John FARISSTanpa's
PJ time the who has forgotten market in through A. Roebling Sons! FRED
not only of the machinery to the absence from the
hedge from Port himself his Company, Atlanta .
I was.heading Du. entirely in effort, furnished but also, of the ser- those days of a dredge capable of Georgia Knight ,, .
I ;''ont to Cafenstown under the ef- : to promote an efficient, economicaland and Wall Company, Tampa Woodward ,
1 1It vice which the manufacturers main doing the work. When we com- :
i,cient supervision of Otto Neal. expeditous program. were various ,Wight &; Company of New
there
tained for after had menced operations
disposed
years they -
this time. the first George D. Hilding J Orleans. To each of these firms
i U 1 also Bay No tW'owere we
machines the job.
of their products. on
t:- City dredg was being transported I I To correlate records and to co- Blasting i is Difficult Problem alike. After studying the possibilities desire to express our appreciationfor Oldest Ford Dealer
I'' It> Carnestewn for assemblage. ordinate the multiplicity of details I the services rendered and for
I Probably the most difficult prob- of the types then in use
; One of tlmo t important places to be encountered in a project the splendid quality of the materials -
lem encountered In. the entire un- in Collier county and elsewhere
m the Frederkk's. expedition was I!I stretching over some eighty mUesl|dertaking was that of blasting. To- in the Everglades we became convinced supplied by the m. "
j -4! the positiost of an ox driver and required a man who I
fally unknown to geographers and, that for our purposes, the Mess is All Important I
: combined. J i! only business acumen but real''
col Finally, Dave Mori
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probobly to nine tenths of the most economical and efficient machine -I LicolnFordFQrdsonLargest
risen! was recruited for the place. knowledge of statistical data. Sucha citizens of Florida that portion of I II was a one yard dipper dredge,i i Lastly, we should not forget that, ..
.S and knows that Dave is man was found in George D. ;Il
everyone the Everglades traversed by the manufactured by) The Bay City' as In 1812 when Napoleon said
Hilding_ Mr.
Hilding
:, :in. ox driver of southprn a distinguish-1 I
champfija Florida, Dave also knows t I ed graduate of the United States 'II Tamiami Trail ilS i not one unlimited Dredge Works of Bay City, MictKj i"Att army marches on its belly."* ...
a
of muck igan. At that time this type was, :
to great depths. ; .
,-' : great deal..About Dutch oven and J j I Naval Academy, set about to put expanse I so in 1927, one of the mosfTmpor- .;
Everglades ,
not favorite in -
Instead at a depth varing In depth a particular j I
'' the office work in order and by a' '
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,offee } tanfcf
machinery. eatures ol construcionwork
: pot I from only a few inches to six feet dredging, but, after a state- any large -
.. When rare display of tact soon was able I I
outfit
the
now organized' i nan isolated community
I lies a stratum of limestone conglomerate ment by the firm in question that
.s.a !and completed, the party started Jo get -detailed reports giving real which, laid down aeons so positive were they of the possi-j:i, the feeding of the personnel. Unless I ,: :-
''facts from '
the workmen in
"l t irom Carne town to survey the the when this Floridawas bilities of their machines they 1 the crews are properly housedand ( :
.; ivhtch field. As is well known. it is no ago portion of fee!! stock Ford parts'ort the West Coast
route over the present Trail I I I at the bottom of the sea has would send one or more here and: : witn nu :1to'J5. well cooked genuine

a being built to the Dade County easy task to get workmen who'Come become so extremely hard as to approach operate them at their own expense j j'f food, discontent ig:! certain to permeate ,
In this article detail and tech. in from their daily tasks tired '. the ,,' Our -
ulzat1
une of in to their value we decided we erg: -\ mess-
teal matter will be left out and I I and worn, to sit down and record places and the of texture flint in others.granite The had prove found what we were looking lug system has been mot. excellentaod We can fill_ your orders; promptly.

fI' aly the highlights not booked in accurately each detail of their day's'work. overlying muck the fertility of for. No other type of machine has I I the food: served In the messes .' "

Ie daily routine will be touchedpon. to This information 50 vital I which will one day feed the East, been used in the Everglades por- I has beta purch.-ijcd! only from the
economical of work
a prosecution moat t reliable f,arms. To Swift and
Is wholly impossible: for road con- tion of the Trail from that time ,
Monotony Is BrokenAt Hilding obtained with smiles and, struction. It therefore became nec- and, today, we have nine Bay City i I Co:ipany iron whom we archased
result of 'r
as a a study of the data
Skillet which machines and jretsuppli" j tha nany oth v firm.
Camp Cypress, collected ho made a diagram 'of, essary to obtain some means of working day night- '
; t\\"enty-oneomiles east of Carneswn progress for two years ahead. Soj breaking through this rock stratum, We express our nnq'\liT.:rl a--I ex-cellent|I '
.,' the fJErst episode started one accurate these data and to be utilized for the base of the proval of this type maoiine. While qualities of the meats and "
before dark. Dave had were so ob- light enough to travel successfully meat l'P.odutts which )ur ,"/be fJ-
;enlug just correctly did hiding draw his road to be constructed and to : ;
con. .
FARISS
nished feeding his pet oxen andas I elusions therefrom that the work tain from beneath it material for througfih the bogs and muck of the t i'feateij" consumed apparently FRED

mixing:enough dough'to makeis progressed always according to the surface. Our successful ablution Everglades it is sufficiently studry .Unlinlted quantities. ,

biscuit to feed a hungry crew, I I schedule and reached the goat the of this problam can be attri- and :staunch withstand the terrific I Whatever succea shas attended '

hich was taking honors away Dade county line within ten days. buted largely to The Ingersoll punishment received in the our efforts has been due to our .

i: from the 'gators when it came to of the date set. two years previousiy. Rand Company and to The Hercules rock formation. Although other procuring sufficient money excel .

:4h. mud trawling. The crew had just I ,' Power Company. types of machines are bein.7 usedelsewhere :, lent men and superb machinery. 1701 Franklin St. M-8195
.: returned to from the line. Companies Send MenThe in Tamiami Trail
camp Fred' Didden These\,,have made it possible for us '
I Peter seeing Dave's biscuit I Company I struction we feel sure that no con-I' r
dough Another Collier graduate Mr. Ingersoll Rand s" to complete our portion of the!
:' I aU mixed playfully picked up a Fred Didden. was selected as fore- world famous. Its air machinery is I er type is as economical or as t.-' I Tamtam! Trail in record time. Wear .

ball of u and threw it at Dave.It man ia charge of dredges field 'las familiar a sight in central Africa Hcient The unprecedented rate iuf i proud of the part we have play

landed on Dave's face, and Dave. machines and equipment. Starting as on Broadway. Accordingly,, progress we have been able to i ed in this; stupendous undertaking: > .

A. ..::1 is although he later claimed that he as a day laborer with little knowl- ne turned to Mr R. H. Cunning-f maintain-no dredging contractprIn I I and believe it may all be summed :t'

was not tmagry. threaw hatchet edge of dredging and the intricate ham; manager of 'Birmingham Everglades work has even remotely lup infthe words QUICK QUIET .

at Peter. Nathan, however, saved machinery required, but, with office of that company, with a re- approached the record esstablisbed QUALITY. -- .
. -..; the day by pWI/Arf/ Peter -Ut- ever-present-determination to learn an quest that a representative sent by us-is due wholly '$5,L _, ..:: *'"" tf. .,.. __ __ u'L -

-. way jus*-inJlimft.. It! was then, and tafoyge ahead. Mr. Didden, in to study our problems and to assist the tbacl fue. To Mr.* W S."Ram*; >. : : T'-: .", _:,, "' -tcJi.7 < '; >'
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of the ? t,9
Mr. Frederi$t. retwwf fcT a few months not only mastered in their "solution. Mr. Cunninghamat say.president Bay -City :, "

't and tHimga olUm* ced to thn art of dredging in, the Ever- that time.unknown to U5, not Dredge Works we extend our congratulations -' _

down. glades, but also acquired a thor-'only interested himself in our prob- on uilding this machine .

Bandits Visit Camp ough knowledge of dredging ma-I lems but. having already encountered f and to thank him for tb

Several nights! later the entire chinery which is} so essential to!; other equipment difficulties in splendid service which has characterized :. a

camp was aroused by Dave's con- success. With his wife, who, as Florida came himself, with Mr. O. his firm's dealings. I

tinuous cry: "Who's that'" There I matron In charge of the dredge H. Sellars of the Rock Drill department Transportation H Important
,
.. would be a thru: "What do I of the New York office and a
pause. messes, is known* from one end of '
you want here?!" Then Dave came : I I corps of assistants to set us on Transportation! on all jobs is an' i'S W .1 F T

railing frum the cook tent xyhere ex-cellent the right track. These officials re- important Item; on a project like "

he slept alene, over to the main(I tinuously on the work over four i remained with us, tramping with this, it is all-important. At the beginning >

bunk' tent. greatly agitated for a j years. Fighting with indomitable 1 us in mud and water such as can be we thought we knew all .

man with his experience In the' courage problems as they arose, in found nowhere worse than ia the there was to be known about truck .. '- "

woods j I mud and water, through hurricanes Everglades, for several weeks and, and their maintenance. Many -. ; .
and scorching heat always with I at the conclusion if their visit, recommended makes we have used but, as the :
There was a chorus of: "What'sthe his Fred Didden's coolnessand I to us certain types of end approaches we find' only tw
men of Food Service.
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50 Years
matter. Pave? Dave explained ]t calmness under conditions that I equipment. The first outfit installed still holding up under the strain .,

(hat there were three strange men ,I would have daunted ninety nine out< has run continuously day and hTe White heavy duty and the Ford ..

;tanding by, a tree near his tent. of a hundred men, has carried him'night with the exception of Sun- light duty trucks alone have b enable -*
They bad two rifles and a shot days since December 1925. Five to keep up with the demand
f
;, ,gua. and w.re not Indians. However and his men to success. other outfits have been required to of ever increasing progress with : the of the Everglades
J. D. Darnell : to inaccessibility
I the
a thorough search around |keep pace with our needs on four consequent longer, heavier and .Owing
t camp revealed not one. and Dave When} the work was started no far flung "fronts" and have en- more difficult hauls. Through .

wall given credit for having had a one had-the slightest conception of abled us to maintain a rate of muck swamps, often times with the

night mare. The next morning the problem that would be encountered : progress which has never been approached aid of oxen, the For got the much The feeding of the ;

however, Dave showed us the in grading the finished 'by any other organization needed supply of dynamite to the
tracks of the it was apparent road"through the deepest rockiest "front stretches
men so working in the Evergl>>4es. To ; over long
that his foreboding was dpe recesses of the Everglades. Finished -I The Ingersoll Rand Company, and boulders and rutted roads, the

to no such hallucination. grading, it was thought would, particularly to Mr. R.,H.Cuning- White never failed to "deliver the TAMIAMI TRAIL BUILDERS

This was certainly very strange I be simple. But, as the rock got;I ham we owe a great part of our goods." To the White Company of :

as the camp was surrounded by a harder, the boulders got larger and' success. Tampa, to Mr Fred Fariss Ford
dense swamp and there were no < the grading machinery became totally dealer of Tampa, who furnished ;

white inhabitants for many miles' inadequate. At this juncture,I Although the extremely varied most of our trucks, and to the G. Was no task
i around The.only manner in which we secured the services of Mr. J.I textures of the rock were successfully Norman Baughman Co.. of Tampa. easy

it could be explained was that it I D Darnell who is still with us. It:I drilled little would be gainedif who never failedto supp] y us with
about the time the is to his expert knowledge of fine the proper explosives were not "the best "
happened same automotive necessities.
Ashley gang of the East Coast I grading that motorists are able to available with which to shatter the we owe and extend our thanks.It But regardless of difficulties they had t to be fed with the best

I lank bandit-had committed one of I drive over the Trail at sixty miles rock in such a manner as to makeit should be understood that there ; ': : ; ,

their main crimes and after being' per hour without the slightest discomfort suitable for our purposes. More is no other road In many different '

chased by a posse were hiding|! Mr. Darnell who has money can be wasted' in a few i phases as that portion of the Trail -; So the Contractors Turned to Us.

J-omowhere in the swamps eomng ( graded highways in the Rocky minutes by the mproper selection which lies in the Everglades. At ..

> to the vamp to give it the Mountains and throughout Eastern and use of dynamite than by many first it was thought that the tin I ,-

<,nce ,,\'er. After this Dave would America, a* well as in many partsof other errors tit a month. To The grading wfiould cause no trouble et '

'ot stay at camp while the ethers Florida-states that In all his experience Hercules Powder Company we turn whatever. At the time we commenced '" -. '
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he has never encountered ed for assistance in thi? direction _. :s'
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out the line. grading. he had number '
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wire on a -
Snake! Is Killed such difficult grading problems as I and as our rock problems varied of so called standard machines but.; ; :! < : And, as SWIFTS COMPANY revolutionized the-ptep-

Over near the Dade County line those which leap up daily in the almost continuously']that company by the time we had reached well aration and handling of meat and meat products 50

; t lie time Frederick, llarrington.el Everglades.To has Sent its engineers here every into the Everglades, we found that -r :

. .i'1 1 I were wading across a cyp- J mention all those who have' two months or so to keep in close our grading equipment was wholly! ,, years ago, so our TAMPA OFFICE saw to it.that the

Pio.:i. 1 ,. which Jut waist made the Tamiami Trail a reality i touch with the work,, and to offer inadequate to withstand the poundIng t .
slough was I Trail Builders had meat of the best quality and: that it
call the roll of I ,
<---I(> un them, as they were tall would be merely to I suggestions highly advantageous to it received. In the dredging operations
'II M,"u The water came much higher those now with us. They have done as. There are onl ya few firms suf- enormous boulders were was handled promptly and effectively-and tlicL it at a
-, been their best-a better best we have ficiently far sighted to knowingly disposed the -
on me. fpr I have never of in the fill and. as -
.. >..11, We were traveling in Indian never known. What they have doneis i decrease their sales with the idea standard hard eurfaceed road does I much lowe cost than would otherwise, have- .rJoett-pos-
not new; their record is known of helping their customers. The Inch -
e .L -t>le some distance apart. Aboutthe course nor larger thanevcnunnot "'; :sible.SWIFT.
time 1 reached the center oft wherever the words "Tamiami Hercules Powder Company is one permit rocks larger than two _
mouth Trail" are mentioned. -As indica- of these few firms. We- have used inches in six
_. : t;ItI slough friendly cotton l I diameter in the top
,, : moccasin rolled off a log. and commenced tive of his regard for all. when the one solid carload of sixty per cent inch course, nor larger than six .- -. .. .
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to swim in the opposit di- Dade county line was reached. Mr.Barron nitroglycerin dynamite monthly for inches In diameter in the top twelveInch -. .

S .ctioo. Harrington pulled out his Collier presented gold!II the last three years and but for the ? course elimination of. *D

x. automatic and took a crack at the watches to Fred Didden and Mrs. ,kindly suggestions and efficient,boulders larger than the sizes
f Didden..Otto Neal L. G. Simmons, cooperation of that company, we stated Freqaeatlyboulders '
distance.
-'i> snake, missing it by some I was required.
- -- tor. Frederick followed suit also, L. A. Dice W. I. Knight. Ray :would unquestionably have used a weighing two tens w reencountered : : .

Missing. and about this time the Crews. J. P. Tyre, W. C Jarrard ,:much greater quantity with poorer 1 II and literally thousands & COMPANY (

i nake became flustered and commenced audA.ll Didden results. ; of boulders larger than the

.. to swim toward me. I Machinery: Is Best Standard Oil Co. Operate j!limits set by the State Road Department
Even though an organization A slmihar efficient I from
.:'1 With both men shooting auto- cooperationhas had to be removed
..4-i unties and missing the snake from I have money and men to do its been extended to us by the. the fill _Ordinarily scarifiers and

",'" ...'oral inches to yards, it was alne.tion work nothing can be accomplishedunless I Standard Oil Company., whose gas.. graders proved wholly futile in d8
of either to move and get the money and the men are olene oils and oil products we have i lodging these boulders. OnBnary

hot! ot stand still and get bitten. I backed by the proper machinery. used from the beginning. In every I tractors failed to possess power '
There i? probably no more difficult possible Mr. W. W. over Ashley Street Florida
'C'< Vs a last resort I climbed a cyp- way Zaehry. sufficient to pull the machines 610 Tampa
e:>s. Filially the snake "gave up I,: read building undertaking in this I district manager, and his corps of the fill. |I ,
'.% he ghost Both Frederick and.'country than that nearing completion assistants have helped us in over- Difficult: Problem Solved I

4 '" I tamilton claimed to have killed it; j I across the Everglades. It has ]i coming lubricant difficulties experienced At this point we-<:ommunicated

II'-it! TIOI than likely it died from] long been recognized by geograph j with our equipment and with Messrs. McDonald and Burgh .'

.* .::- \hauMion: trying to keep up with era as a land of jungles alligators. '; have taught our operatpn to keep man aDytona Beach. Florida who

- .: t 1 "iM tell :npr'hat thus Will snake and other reptiles; a : their engines as well as themselves sent special engineering represent_

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EVERGLADES, FLORIDA. THp5DAY. AUGUST 4, 1927 PRICE : $2.00 A YEAR
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w HOLDS INTEREST[ I A. R. AND K. ENGINEERI l D. G.CopelancIIs ARTICLE\- FOUND- -INFILL-- Miami "Quicksand" EVERGLADES HOSPITAL TAMIAMI TRAIL WESTVISUALIZED



TO /RflISOF Annapolis GraduateThe PAPER GIVES AN INVESTING ; I Not Found on Trail
TOOK} WHO LOVE PROGRESS I I CARES FOR PEOPLE OF IS { ASGATEOfOPPORplIY

followfn facts concerning During the late
//ILll ON TEtAILSINCE 1925 U Graham Copeland PICTURE OF PIONEER DAYS in I9ZS over controversy the location of

LlFEJi NATURE ::'hief Engineer for Alexander the Tamiami Trail and wheth CITY IN fiNE MANNER '(

I Ramsay and Kerr which firm 'r or not the State abeaM I

i: has helped build the Tamlami Anonymous Writer Tells oEarly. Develop take over the completion of t \

Bird and Animal Since Taking Over Trail were gleaned from the the Trail one or the Miami
Lifeof Work Has Injected 195" edition of "Who's Who"in ment in Florida, and Displays Optimism as r daily papers published an ar- I Chinese Plan of payment Old Trail, Which Has

Many Varieties Engineering after Mr. Copeland to Future of tide condemning the road:
I Everglades 1 I Is Used in Modern Served Well Soon To
'AboundsAlong Loyalty and Morale had pointed out that he I and matfe the statement that ,

; Trail Into ItRe.ord. was but one cog: in a great machine I{ Editors Note: This article was owner o|| :J>e Soutcfra Express the road passed through an HospitalNothing Be SupplantedI

and that the work I found in an old file in the office Companix It was sdld i Of him that impenetrable swamp of qmtek-i --- I.
HISTORIC POINTS which he has done is no great1 1,i of the Everglades Publishing Company -t(when JttlfU not'1'l'''':e fifty thousand sand To prove that this was is of greater importance
in the office of Alexander er than that which every 1 doll mon h not the uit be of interest WORK ON TRAIL
ALSO FOUND It has never been published, ,n s as a net earnIng may to the successful oateome ef a large
HERE Ramsay & Kerr at Ever- other man engaged in the I and the name of the writer does fro v the Exp -ss Company. to that paper and the ABOUT COMP ?

glades show that. daring the undertaking has done Mr. not appear. But it seems to be "he raisiof Can*.' I h is ,also told general public to know the following I construction program, employing
toyal-alm Hammock twelve months ot 1924. a total Copetand refused to say much I peculiarly relevant to the subject f him, stat Mr t: agler answer-I facts. several hundred men in widely separated I ----

Has of C..C miles of Trail were con about himself because of this, which we are treating in this issue,t ed his tgram. miting him to ; In CollierCounty alone on communities than the I Highway Finished in
Interesting Story etructed; in 1925, S.2 miles? in but theedition of "Who's Who I j which health of the workmen aad the
so we have taken the liberty to the open LlJ'V' vnpa' Bay HoIJ 1 i i that portion the road Few Months \
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1926 13 miles; and, in the six in Engineering" to which i sanitation hygiene ,
I reproduce it here, and we wish to tel with f|' words. :r you want to cults from Carnestown east
So few persons comparatively months ending June 30, 1927. reference has been made give express our apreciation to the writ'see Florida follow ejrowd.* !t: to fonrjniles beyond the Dade- i! quarters and surroundings. In
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Tme actuary an account of his career as tine sixhundred
traveled over that ef, whoever he may be. State p wr5 Mnrtte Pioneer I Coiiier eomrty over
tbe welfare workers of the
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averagesFor : "Edutated at Carlisle I There has been charm men dynamite was earth to
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wjuth les In-Collier always a < a already view:
County, that I which to work and accordingly,
.. it w. tsarprising to find 1924 .5 miles Sellout Bamberg. South Caro for every boy in the maccesible rich bey ad anylhir-that: the heart purchased and used by theI I; The splendor of a n,'w-born day!
a r the Everglades Hospital I established. -
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belief among the 1926 .7 miles lisa 1892-1900.; South Caro- i I places of the earth. Perhaps the: could "Sire, ,ea\,' that appeal firm of Alexander, Ramsey I The purple robes of night are tOl'n
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put.11c. who will! soon begin using For l$2b 1.1 miles lina Military Academy. 1903f'i'ccflYi'nC glow of the setting sun tinges the,{which I ii 1nad to Imagination I and Kerr, in charge of the I ham A. Brewer who in charge1 I apart,
this wonderful highway For 192!. 1.4 miles Qrst boners in his Imagination and inspire faith In the by the undevelop i fastnesses of work from the hercules Powder is The clouds that veiled the stars
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W!=Mtll be through a desolate At' the end of 1925. when the class ,of three hundred and ; lands that are kissed by its depart-rUts eartji' While! r iteyi poured tremendous Company. hospital and are blown away.
line is rapidly
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; t IfiJi g. no better diversion than management was changed it was fifty-two) ; Reusselar Polytechnic ing rays sumsjnt{) hese undertak- There were sections of the all concerned, Eastward away! The Trail leads
satisfactory to
the- prospect of being able -to believ.d possible to greatly im- .: Institute. Troy, New I As a boy. the maps of my geo- r-atotal rturn In the road whica required as much very toward the light!
barnup and especially to the employees -
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''peI test It !jhoulf therefore, be the -past. Clcae observation indicated Midshipman ensign lieu ten.nt. lands and climes, and strange wondrful realities in! ctrbic _yard of rock,. and this I Dr Brewer continues. "When no more'!

"s a aoflrce of interest to know that that there was a lack of lieutenant commander people living where the sands by'{! the modern .rlr jfj[ transporta-:, would seem to indicate that I I the size of our community and the The dreams that blessed your sleep
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]there understanding between office? and United States Navy 1906-1920 the seaside held hidden : '!! the quicksand which the Miami
at Is much along the TRAIL to treasures j I tion Trenty1tats ago the sea going I number of our employees is con- are naught
:. hold the attention of the tourist. field and that little or no "team- lie served in Europe throughout washed up by the eternal tides; no railroad ,was ,is'petulant project paper feared does not sidered. we believe our hospital is To what this precious new day

Prubably there is no highway In woik' existed There was little the World War as en- doubt some impulse of this sort i of:lio oldb)4!;; but today it 1sI exist in Collier County. In I I. second to none. While there ateI holds in store.
this evidence of any t-ride in the gineer on staff of Commander dominated the buccaneers I there is to be sean in the
State where lOrd Life is so lives of such : an exlrtmely: goiKJ dividend pro-i j! fact. to be added that are
*"- plentiful i and tame wn re %uch a'' brk or in the organization; loyalty F. it McCrary. Captain II. I. as Henry Morgan and Captain I I ducer 4 .f ]I I I offices of Alexander. Ramsay I improvements in an up-to-date hospital Where. short years ago a trackl s

Varlctvpf wild animals may be 'I' and subordination were not Cone. and Admiral William S. Kidd. Such dreams were kill While Mr.'Flayer saw money In i i f and Kerr at Everglades. apiece ;I with necessary accoraodations for one hun waste,

ghmpel and certainly no or where to be' fduud in any marked degree. Simms. Iu 1919 constructed ed bjr the sordid struggle for exIstence I quick transportotf\ of packinghouse ::I of hard rock which was I. dred patients we can modestly say Lay, shrouded In mysteries a

i n thefUinted States can such a oCnsequently there was the Lafayette Radio station and the effort to prepare I and dairy products to Cuba I I taken from this portion of the that we are already equipped to place to shun

ealthsor tropical growth be peen little howin chance:. to make a Teal towers tbase eight towers being oneself for the inevitable battle cf I i and tropical fruIts returning other road. It looks very much I take care of all minor and emer- Where only homeless Indians bull:

as inithe impenetrable jungles : each 840 feet high. and life I men have seen Wonderful possibilities -I like granite aud is solid and aargery" their camps
jwhlch.Jine the sides of this It wa deiided that something the second highest structures The same geography had vast in the rich lands of the- hard as flint. This is the Runty And beat their torn-torn* to the
.' way la many places. fcigh must be done to implantthe in the world. Chief Engineer reaches of the earth dominated.The Everglades as a winter garden for'I I kind of rock which the men | Chinese Plan Adopted rising sun

*'- Trafl Nears Coast at Naples. COLLIER spirit in every Barron Collier interests. 1924 Steppes the Staked Plains,the'>the great centers of population I engaged in the work have In taking care of the health of A land of beauty now is brought to

As $pe 'asses from Lee County member of the organization. An to-date. Author engineering Soudan, the Everglades and. as I.along our eastern seaboard. From II II been blasting all along the the community. the Chinese planof light,
loto &>lher County" the TRAIL effort bad to bo made to brins articles and pamphlets; decorated remember it, the region along the i about twenty;fiu: miles north of way. paying to be kept well baa been The land of doubts and mysteries -

ikars1.he Coast until as one each member of the organization by French goternment with North Coast of North America was j!the t went y-sev nth. parallel, the adopted. Up to the present time, is gone
p4the Naples the Gulf of Mex-lip- to realize that a real HUMAN bythe Legion of Honor and holds lost In the Arctic Ocean. Such I topography of se country becomes I I the preventive measures adopted The few. who dared to drea TI

i JjL all its splendor comes into name of COLLIER was pour- several American decorations. I nearer regions as the Dismal and one vast alluvul plane with Lake i i have proved that the Bvwffrladea I awoke to work

.,. Along this stretch 'o1 the leg millions of dollars into the Member Southern Yacht and I Ofekenofkee Swamps appealed to 1 t Okeechobee somewhat higher than : iDUPONT SHOPS ABLE TO will be conquered as was the Pan And turned their faces to war,I
';T4I'4' Seubirda of almost undertaking in the hopes of developing Country Club- New Orleans. my hunter's instinct, and I would !I the surrounding country making! Canal district and the general the coming dawn.
every
% Iption may be seen As the an EMPIRE; that, because I often fancy. myself paddling my a natural water compound with unlimited lama, of tile community is nuking .

,- ,ArIL swings southeastward _of his VISION. every man Jhi i canoe through long vistas of festooned I drainag poSsibilities. Fl'Omj CARE FOR ANY REPAIRS rapi strides toward perf ertls In In the past few years the TanHa-
'S'-- 1. the,0r=3nfzatio1n was being e / from which, I the Chine** pfatn 'ofpa1ng
4r NapJe. It tA v ases a flat -t trees at any Uxl ,section sews> .lie Caloosahatehee car ying out mi Trail in Collipr County has b'-o
j frf*f,Lu arott"" livelihood; TRANSPORTAT1O1 S moment a panther might tot Gulf, forming to be kept In 'J.th,
'lIn' y section covered with pine.' ofeaca spring Biver t-o t tlp! very mtfh m the limelight.Sou, i
Tit' seeUon abooJkfc in Quail so 1 n4hat (he labor was I j I his death ,befofe toy tfafty ''rtf} -i- .' a' natural drainanetwhich1ho :ta w1 it*. em ; arig'. ("nr'M -,
t.Je that they hardly bother to r making possible the 'completion f fr SNCEAB1PROBftM' ',I Transportation Improves ':r.t'. East i Superintendentv 'Tells\ Stt'MM* a''baft1 needs flbute Ui review something
leave the roadside when-a cacpa&sea. 1great r and lasting monument j Progress in the form of transport c f. ':- jehieh has beenovreons ;n\d mn one dollar and aVfeaff per of the dqafnitudc of this task *harha
.- Neither it uncommon to see- t tt"aTISlmerTuea was'not : $Cation..hasr. maral Ht>j i'raJ>idly;.JR :' thorW.numerous\ ]planner in Which I mdpth for wife and also cflid, and been faithfully carried forth
&tryI... permeates fro the'last decade, however. that the!eanaIs o4!f'side.&i3ajs true I for each additional so
a Turkey Gobbler followed by his for Work jfiftV cents ,
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flock. t lo the bottom of such :faraway places are near. and the because 4 t1l admlxtOreotth.rosion .r' p: cbild Colored employees pay
l proudly The strut across there 1 mown organizations as VI8iOD4\\ of Ships Brings Impenetrable fastnesses have surrendered tft.e'hilI, to the north I I month. These over alxty nnUs of grade pra< tu :1-
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Telephone Company The to the demands for timber with thiAis5as of years of rotted fil. nR TOL I medical attention
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fait one was observed recently Electric oCmpany. more land. This article is I vegetau taking a soil that Isinexhau4b ) ." -3 f :atght at home or in the
banks Morse It could tell which a minimum of nn t v foot to a 11"" "
Company. Trail designed to something of the I and yields a conditions and with- th frf .
his perched upon the top of a tree with be done and it would be done I on I progress which has been made in.I':n aveIlou, 4owth f of vegetation: I; f ui attention. machines which 'kS' *L:"E"" "weIpreeaecT I I mum of four f<>" 'jr betttr \' .
wings spread in such a fashion ,. .
that) he bere. that portion of Florida which, in I,der the apjfiitropical sun of South >operated continuously will show a& tare safe in sag;: 'hfn that 'I.
might easily have been is .
When
large enterprise
any i* fi'i' .si '
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New System EstablishedFor those boyhood days was left to I Florida / appreciable amount of wear. The mviUKge
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tikrn
for the
1 wLith the emblem original model from I contemplated one of the first | the general nomenclature of the )I''The Everglades Are Lat Frontier same machines operated under ad- ; puch a well Utt&nug: out the eutir '"
of National Itaaee. WRiefc
Bird our accomplishing the desired problems that confronts the Everglades. I As in tfc* old days "Westward, i verse conditions such as have been heart of the Everglades ..I Means w ll, over a.
made. eX-I t million cubic
was re ult. several Ideas Including a j ecutive staff is the _transportation In the early development of Florida I the course of empire takes its I encountered in the construction of ; Brewer. "We are prood fil what{The material used yard ha of material,

In the vicinity of Marco Junction ]bonus system for extra good work of men and supplies. This I which began back In the '90's, I flight so even to the south of all the Tamiami Trail where many, kai: been ajcomptohed and we extend finE sand in the varied from
and Royal Palm Hammock the were laid before Mr. Collier who. problem was vitally important I there was a contest between giants I the development that has taken of the machines are operating in : a fcofftel invitation lo all to the to the western part of

country takes on more of jungle just at that time was entertaining when construction was started on to attain supremacy in the great place in the State a bolder push is water from one to three feet deep I I visit our 1iII8pttal and MCliow ware rock ounty that ib -,.,und aspect as theAerram slopes toward in Everglades, Honorable the Tamiami Trail at a point over transportation game. Henry M I taking place that challenges the and are throwing up rock that approaches -I ,,carrying out our program" I![,
Black Water River. Traveling Wm. G. McAdoo famous as War one hundred miles from 'any rail Flagler the dominant power in the admiration and woos faith In the flint in hardness, will undergo Dr. Brewer Ha Wide Exfxvfence I'I'f !', part. .
through this section of thick undergrowth Secretary of the Treasury who. head. The Trail as everyone Florida East Coast Railroad conceived I future of that section still known much wear and in addition I II f Dr Brew can write his name 'I II I It is with the sand projects f th'
successfully ran all railroad systems the idea of subjected to the most serious with several characters but suffice western part tha: 'Ihs: article I i. t to
at night. one is not only knows passes through a virgin developing the is the Everglad which is in will be I j
thrilled bu\ occasionally feels a j of this country.. as well' as country traversed by no improved east coast first as an attraction to I truth the nation's lastfrontier.. I[I of breakage. Wear u noticeable is to say that he is a graduate in I i deal ,. The probktns exca\atiin
creepy sensation SH a pair of eyes its finances. roads but only paths which twist the winter tounst The then :Since the gerat road building program ,I' before the part becomes aseI :|i Pharmacy and Medicine. After'I are f w anri art ej=il> solved lit

peep out from the bushes or some | The subject, being brought and turn through the wilderness I great Ponce de Leon Hotel at St. j in Florida has as its objec- I I less and a-new part may be order- !i[ graduating in medicine in 111 at comparison wIth tho problem ('p--

wild animal slinks across the road I up in Mr. McAdoo's presence. Mr. barely passable" during the dry season Augustine was the first of a chain.11' I live the building first of great I led in ample time thereby causing j I (he Memphis Hospital Medical l ColJege fron f !U&i the cries of boot-owls and Collier said lo him "Mr. McAdoo. and absolutely impassable during -{ of, for that day. magnificent hotels](,horough routes and the highway 1 I only the minimum of delay while 'I } Dr. Brewer served a year's in- !! big prohl-min >nt M >n wth itat-

mght-hawks blend with the crackling what do you think of the. propo-, the rainy season. which finally terminated at Miaul. c lows the East coast to Miami havIng 1 the worn part is being removed and I II II ternship at that institution. He work have b'n i Onof build,t%
? of tigs and the cries of animals sition'!" f During the Spanish-American War I) been completed the next step I the new pot in. later took post graduate wo/k at A KI,file t that wi!li I "md up uniithe -,

passing through thd jungle The only practical means of the railroad had been pushed there\1 Ito Is to conenct the East coast system Breakage. however is much more II the New York Post Graduate Med ; fvtr cilina :u rondltion- "f
Mr. McAdoo replied "Wben I available wa by the ''junny To build! i a a.\rj i f ;'
growth I transportation } provide a camp for the embark.ii 1 -":uh the network of roads on serious as no warning is givenijust ical School. I :
2.We are informed by one whoO undertook the construction of water Consequently it was neces. ation of our soldiers to Cuba, and 1 tbe fin: side and through the In- a asap or a twist of some part j Dr. Brewer's experience has>been : that woul i stand 'hr')jgh ou' thepro'i'ng'iI
the first subways in New York to commission and maintaina the hotels uatil in thf of Mem- rains s' a-on has t;,ifexir r,
sary terribr the machine is useless gained largely city
jse.. over this part of the road sprang up along with i <,f the State. To that end. and ,
City. I found a condition existing of boati. 'These boats are Its > !TK' patien' a,id r>"n everj'i '
;rferly the day following the storm. fleet development 1 the//State Highway Department that part be It large or small can phis where he practiced for sixteen (
which seems to parallel what Mr still in use. and range In size froma Moving with and the for two whiiu i Siitchi I >-xp"ni><. of import rp
that he encountered almost every all great ambition 1 now building from east to west be replaced or repaired I years except years
L form of wild animal commonly' Copeland sU-les exists in his or- one-man propelled .skiff to a and as tireless effort down the :_#os" the State a road known as machine pot in operation again j serving with the Amy during the : mater! was prohibit i .e the "u.:,

known to this part of Florida they |ganisation. I adopted at once a sixty horsepower Diesel propelledtug. West coast was that remarkable M 1 Iht; Tamiami Trail. which runs be- This must be done with the least; war. His long experience covers thing I'j' do was to us that WhIT
having evidently sought the grade bonus system whereby every man \uIth this fleet came the demand pioneer of Southern transportation I,IWo :: Miami and Tampa and passes possible delay as each machine i,general practice as well as special was at hand As this is ant t.b..'
t' to ascap the water. He stated thatbejtween I would. in addition to his regular for a ship yard for hauling I Henry B. Plant who was the genius f I[through Everglades Naples Fort from the drill In front to the grader I work in surgery obstetrics. kidney ; a technical treatise let us If ve ito

t Carnestown and Marco I wage. receive an extra amoant. out and repair purposes. This of the Plant system of railroads } ]UYl'rs and other towns and cities in the rear, is but a link in a chain and allied conditions As assistant I' the IraveLng public 'u judge w-,;

Junction he saw several deer a announced in advance for work has gradually grown. until now steamship, and hotels, and the! (Continutd on Page 2) and has its specific duty to .perform to the Chair of Obstetrics at the how well this ma'eria' has be. n
U boar. a bobcat. raccoons otter posI I accomplished' over and above I the ship yard can boast of two boat thereby enabling the operation Memphis Hospital Medical College,! Wled and pass on to I th< importani
um and innumerable other small i what was considered a fair daily ways capable of handling any boat ,- in its entirety to function prop-f'as Clinician in Obstetrics at the of this part ',f the Trail t,) ::1 i .-

animals to fay nothing of birds. At j task. The result was phenomenal I up to sixty feet in length and- of- erly Any appreciable delay may University'tff Tennessee for two commercial I word; i, md i parttcuiar-

t one ffpot where the water was pass i Each man. each crew was fifty gross tons.Supplies STATE ENGINEER DRAWS VIVID cause loss of time not only to Itself years and during four years in the' to CoJlitr Count
ing over a washout in the unfinishe4 i I put on I iu mettle and. in a short Carried by Water but to other machines in the, office of Dr. George R. Livermore !I Old Road Served Well
jrrade. the car* straddled a large !space of time progress jumpedand For a long time after operationswere l PICTURE OF TRAIL WORKBY 11 chain. I,famous as a G U. specialist Dr.j There la no oi. who hd_ t b
111gator1mmlng in ht middle t, continued by leaps and started on the Trail the only Do Pont Shop Repair* Breaks Brewer gained valuable experience humped and boum '-'I J ver tin. 011; i

of the road j bounds possible transportation between THOMAS L. STEPHENS Repairing these break quickly for one who is to devote hUt time road who has not sighed for The men received the benefit. Everglades. Port Du Pont. and the and efficiently is peSafttT the I as a general practitioner on a : good smooth road I' m jus' ,,.-1 1a TI

From Royal Palm Hammock East i of extra pay and my company I Trail was by small power boats and I ---:_ _: _:._ -- ._ __ __ _ greatest value of the industrial tier. frent t road that is now under eonj', (-
,leag 1 the TRAIL alligators are as profited by rapid l progress. I 'until very recftnUy the only means I shops at Port DuPoat Some partsare Mrs. Duncan Served fa ion P-epent pugr."s hall cut d"Wfl
rmnaoii to the accustomed eye as I know of ito better method of promoting of transportation and communication -I When that part of the Tamiami *eoneitee having been accomplished. carried in stock; but the large' Mrs. F. C Duicaa. head nurse in a long and tire tome drive ir '!,il

the logs which they resemble. I efficiency than having a with the outside world was by Trail traversing the Everglades in Lee aad Dade conn- I variety ot breaks that may occur charge of the hospital. is a graduate Fort Myers to F..erghlell by -'nin: .

When sunning themselves on the i I well worked out bonus eclieme.t : boat. Mail and supplies were! Dade and Collier counties will have ; tie had made a feeble effort make it almost impossible. and of the City and County Hospital thing over an hour Tht old' I Jd i

banks of the Canal. This canal. :I which will insure merit receiving I II | brought in by boat for a number OfJ been completed one of the most i toward the construction of such 1 certainly not practical to carry sufficient -t{ of Rochester Minnesota and has served Its purpo, well and{

which parallels the TRAIL iu entire I I jjtu>t monetary return.*' I years and at tbtf' present time ] difficult pieces or highway construction highway, but the effort wu parts for all repairs. The I received most of her training under > We ar' ready to tak, ';ff out tut-!
,
I length in Collier County also I \'. Collier turned and said I[of the supplies used in the- actual in the So 1 little mere than a gesture in j[ shops therefore mast make new !tI the Mayo brothers Dr. Brewer to those who bail it We. *no auconecfed .

abounds in fish. One may atop at "Copeland go to It." "construction work on the Trail and States will have been accomplished. eastern1 ', the right direction. i parts repair others or substRata, pointed out :n d'ocueaiog tbe work with the present TaI:
will and fish for Snook. Bass The first bonus was paid in ,in maintaining the entire community It will expendi- Trade Is Difficult I., some device whkh will enable the of Mrs. Duncan "We know from cons'ruttlon reahif that wllhnu'!,
Trout Perch or what-have-you and January. 19-6 within one month ] are brought in by boat The vol.ume tare of more represent than three an millions t, The difficulties I''machine to operate until a new 1 1I |experience that it would be impossible this old road work wo'>4d have b'-I '--,
not be disappointed. after the above interview Iu of these supplies is enormousthe of dollars. of construction I part may be ordered and received I to lint a nurse who wnoid woefully nested I' wa u..

Many Birds Abound Here. 1926. .the average progress per consumption of gasoline The idea ef highway stress f.,Seemed insurmountable. Proper from the factory arid tbte, at beat, take more interest in the work then pioneer road that helped to mak,
Along these canals both.West and month jumped from .7 miles to alone averaging* one thousand gal-I the Everglades a westward from engineering preparations was Woefully -I will take from one to three Wee ftirs. DKacaa. Sba u awaya on tINt the Trail a possibIlity and
East of Ortiestown where the 1.1 miles and. in 1927. reached Ions per d y on Trail operations Ili.mlls net new. It has been lacking. Solid rock always and in many cases longer. job and not only sees that her strated to the world that su n A

TRAIL passes through jungle and I! the extremely high average of plus five huhdred gallons which are advocated foV-se long s time |j i:Presents a serious construction" The accidents that may happen Ito j patients have the best possible at-i!' road wan practical
prune ar*' literally tens of thouS .4 miles per month I consumed daily by the community. that the first ad. problem as does muck in oWi a machine are many aad varied. j,tection. but puts herself out in i i Sew-a year ago l r must h.,, a
of the
name ;
tnds of beaut fnl birds of every Wht'n it is considered that the : Supplying this demand keeps a vocals has since L II:Bat countries in wet seasons. It!I Sometime a broken set screw will ,i many ways ifl preparing and serving been -. difficult thing to stir IJn.'*
probably long
size and description Here may work done during '24 and '25 Ii ten thousand gallon tanker on the been for otte. Never the less i Was a combination of these probI'I as completely disable a machine as delicacies not easily procurable imag.i"-"rI to the point of visoai ,7in -

be seen I large wading members of was in comparatively soft rock, run between Everglades and Fort the Idea had been exKtaat sad j 1 tans solid rock overlaid with mack{. a broken boom. To be able to I In a frontier town Mrs Duncan '' ? "rtd through thl I. land thi:

the Crane family fishing in the and that during '26 and. especially. Myers almost constantly. Another// its spark has been fanned to .j F'varying indepth front few inches ,| remedy these varied accidents it u j has by her untiring efforts. en- forj long had knc"n. at ."-1.
innumerableblue has dynamite which must be' ,*> several feet. often all under i maca- deared herself the only m(and inJC !!
marshes and canal, I !? it been in extremelyhard item is flame times only to 1 t necessary to have adequate to entire community 'raI; r that w" *
and white Heron: Snake Birds rock and that distance I brought here in carload lots at least t fade without numerous ef coo- ij, -ater. that caused the general im-i i leery lo carry In stock many different -! J I 'under water a gr-a j J1drt of .h'
anything !
ticking their prey qUi of the Canal trots the base has been constantly once a month by barge and tug. J Cession that a cross-state trunk- abet and shapes of '," I Hospital Ha Floe Drag Stfrtfc yeare:
waters; Coots; R...! ; many variety increasing the value of a These are only two of the many Cornntanderand John Osteen as 'l me highway across the Everglades,. steel, and brass; and last but mot The excellent stock of drags ; and ,, ti. of Ducks; Man O War Birds; I '(Oatinutd on Page 2} !items that go_to make up the day's Captain. There are no '&od shoots i'vas little more than a mad geo- ; least to have a personnel of In-elM- ; carried at the hospital and the expert : -a

Storks; and even {bl', now almost work of the fleet ,of acclaim, for silently the vessels |'rrapher's dream. j I gently trained men with initiatve ; I ear with which prescriptions But :j' i 13 m"rr ':,< .ust a roj- C
,t& net. Flamingo hs been reported about ft I uncountable numbers. A I Under-the efficient direction of whether the large tugs "D*ughrUt' I. Iff: January 1823. the ,Tamiami: and ingenuity besides a thorough are compounded show clearly. in 'This Trail i* t i'- caway to a

seen along the TRAIL. Ibises Kingfisher -will sport back and Mr H L. Bristol the fleet cames I'I."Budde" or the tiny b'5 eftm[ nt J frail.Association was formed to' Icaowledge of the machines .bey 1Oatiautd 1 is mInd of one who should know ''I counts That ..- f : with potezs w-!

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Article Found in.t ter and better anchorage than else-" "p Everglades Hosjntal A. R. and K. and day to rush whatever r.ar --
where In that section and it is not Company Honors Men Who Risk Engineer Club Offers 1500
of or repairs are aecaesary. To gift
for
Files of Paepr Gives f difficult to surmise that one great l .j i Care People Writes of ProgressOn some idea of the aaaooat of work'required I' For Auto Emblem
railway at least I is planning; for Their Lives to Save Manner
Interesting Picture Companion City inline Trail Since from the shops these f if-t
larger things by shortening Its .,- : 1925 of Jaae, 1937>> I
from
ures the report JACKSONVILLE.:
'I mileage from the West to a. point in l' ____. I Aag. 1-
(Continued from page 1) this section within striking distance (Continued from page 1)) (Continued from ] are quoted: (AP-A resolution offering a reward -
that Dr. Brewer's learning as a page 1) Repair jobs in matinee of $500) for th& beet r
on i its westward course. Under or- of Cuba; It Is only one bun pharmacist was extremely good and bonus scheme Is apparent. shop o_._,_._... _._. 115 for a state emblem for design.
automobile,
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dinary circumstances this would I tired and fifty miles from this
seem to be formidable undertaking 1! 4 that In the years that have passed 1 Not only do meritorious work. Man hours Used. to &&$ has been adopted by the Civitan
a Havana.
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coast to
I i since his graduation, he has expanded men. receive "fat pay checks at repairs ..__ cs>- :*8S club of Jacksonville. It IB
.and, in fact is to be. an accomplishment ; As the rushes of the past quickly proposed
.. .. .eb
-'! and increased his thorough I the end of each month, bat Material q.IJed. -- --; to sell the first 101< emblems
of no mean propor populated the great public domain
of that subject more real which will be
knowledge important,
tion. The a COLIEH distinctively mark )
work la being pushed 11 I of the West, so when the Tamiami *
forward by crews of men working;: I Trail is completed and the railroads Mrs. Duncan: praised Dr. Brewer spirit, which means a team of go- West Florida Crops at a premium of $5 over the mar
getters has been ket price.
from each end of the projected line have, reached their goals will the developed to J.
and with great dredges digging into' American mind awaken to the won j Ia the following statement which the point where there is no organization In Good Condition -- ..

the land and depositing their gorge I <'derful possibilities of the nation'sad .' seems to reflect fhs attitude of the in existence: with a i?
the fill the entire community: "We know more spieadd morale.: PENSAOOLA, Au.11-r; : JACKSONVILLE. Aa.. _
upon along which Mast|{ frontier. On close lnvestigaji ; i p-I 1.
is going to ran. Some ten or twelve> j i it is found that towns are be-| that in engaging Dr. Brewer, we i!I Tim watornefio tulmifft 'tj+ I (AP)-The Rev. Lee McBride !,

; miles rom-the coast, these dredgesencountered ,inS planned and built and that all j] ? have provided And the already best that, by the can be Dupont Shops Able to' and brueb nJ'c' ,_ f Wfcite, pastor of the Riverside Bap. t.,
a aoft calcarlous si4>- th ,needs of the Inhabitants ] procured. personal '
I are r Interest ;be takes In his work Care for Any Repairs! Ida are in fXotl elat Ii" sad teat church here. will deliver the
:strata-which, is easily dredged and j I
being met There ia a boat line
when crushed and rolled makes a I 'St. and P and the confidence he inspires, be gr9Wera alit h onk:.1-m".a; cnwneacemem address for the r
plying from Petersburg
f wonderful hard surfaced road. has brought our employees and (Continued front page 1) j,! 1Iiz@1e .... u1 Tp O. eergreUzuaa FloHda state college for WOBCHnauHsr i
"Tampa on the north to Everglades I I their families to look upon him asa must repair. At times these men'I r... this et. ..... school, at Tallahassee. i

Road Forms Barrier situated on aBrron River .at the y y K partner to whom their physical are called upon to work both 'night' here m a vtoH.: '. ;.' 4. August. f
South. 'A bus line runs daily from '
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I be confided.
When we visualize this barrier, Everglades to Fort Jlyers, making I troubles may I '

thrown up* along the southern part connection with the Collier City bus -- sK aai. .1.1I ; -

of Coliler County. it is at once apparent at Marco Junction.At <, /

that this is an impenetrable Everglades; there Is a well I For courage initiative and pcj'> I EvergladesMr. I ;
era wall against all tidal influences
equipped court house, and jail a sistence in the face of great danger,' ,
that in from the ,
may sweep north. school house bank wholesale,grocery resulting in the saving of human -
When the,lands to the north are C H. Collier left Richmond -
and a splendid hotel; and thee life," J. R. Lentz and J. M. Horner .1 .
ditched, all excess rainfall will b Virginia for Everglades: on Monday
twin city of Port DuPont boasts one have !been awarded Theodore N. .
rained j to this sea wall and with August first. He was called to
the installation of pumping stations of the mostup--to-da\ best Vail medals by the. Western Elei- Richmond by the illness of his' Jlarron.. siiit
equipped machine In this co. .
shops Irk Company. A fund for the .
along the highway any such section of Florida. These places wife; but latest reports from Mr. ,i !
excess rainfall can be readily] awards which are.made each year Collier seem to indicate that her
are conected: by telegraph and long
pumped over the highway and out distance telephone with the outside to employes of companies compoSing ; condition is much improved. _
to aen. This calcarloua subsoil is I the Ben Telephone System, was
world and the tired
business
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charged with lime, which when man set up seven years ago'ai a memorial 'I Winner Mr. W. H. Harris in the account- o ,"",.
may rest in comfort and fish to of
Vail Medal shown
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mixed with the topaoil impregnated his heart's content, yet be surrounded to Theodore N. : Vail, lateprcsi4 above) being .congratulated by Ing department In the general of- ;r>-

with decaying vegetable matter by all of the modern con nt of the American Telephone man whose fcfe he saved fices at Everglades has returned .J'. .,
furnishes an immediate ;fertilizing from his vacation. "
and Telegraph Company.They -- I
veniences and in instant touch with
which 1 Lentz made forfihe :, ... .
compound provides a wonderful awarded "In bxacu Although :: ,,-
his office should the need arise. are recognitionof '
plant food for all forms of unusual services." an Ciusoajiy! strong swimta :Mr. F. J. Frankenhlff is expected,
acts or Best Seeds for Field and
vegetable: life. Wells Aid Trucker r, be hai grji difficulty in to return here this week after hav_ ,
When notice came to Lentz of reaching lam thrfngh the rough lug spent the past two weeks in
The railroads, always alive to the Aside from the irrigation which, the honor. conferred upon him, the water. Beforecolasrogiroin! | weaKness New York City on business. -- .- -
developments that are taking place, could be afforded man whose life he Last "helped $> Garden
are :from Lake Oleo be man qed j .%o get four men < ,:
rapidly throwing out their chobee subterranean streams afford save was working by his side and started in a bat tdfresctje the men Mr. Claus Sanghouse who has ,,, .; 1Spray

lines great into this systems wonderful section.Two artesian wells, and at a'small 1 was the first to congratulate him. in danger. spent the past week= at Lake Worth I .. I
are I
racing
down from Fort Myers, and online e expense the truck farmer could According to the citations. Lentz Horner meamrhM remained" wit?, has returned to Everglades. j ,. 0., : ._ -: ,._ i
have his water under his ;r
is now runing sleepers to New supply I and Homer, employes of the his almost unconiaous companionfor "
York from beautiful Naples, situ- own.control :The frost line of Western Electric Comoanv. with a over half an hir in the disk! Thomas Mensem of the :Manhattan ; f Pumps Insecticides and
iiMorida, -
or which truckers must Mercantile Corporation spent ,
;
ated in tht northwest corner of beware companion, WilliamVampier, were ness nd.h Je e two drifted<< ;
Collier does not reach this section, ,at several days last week in Fort ; '
County. Within- another swimming Atlantic City when through rough
farther out to, ,
and the watef
truck gardner need not fear Myers ,
year, automobiles will ,be racing .lest l frost their comrade was caught "by a sea kept him afloa! until a boat ," = ''' .
destroy his ,
across the State from Miami to | crops when und ttow. After 'making arrived. Homer 4as .
: strong -
i planting in this section. completely II. L Bristol spent Friday In
Fort OSupplies'
liver a distance of one hundred effort to aid the exhausted exhausted
I Along the Gulf are several every by the eirience. while Fort Myers on business.
and fifty-four miles, on a beaches that afford surf, bathing, swimmer to reach shore and findingthe the rescued! man required artificial .
thirty foot boulevard
in Europe, and the as fine as any and these beaches are easily access ,current. too. strong far them. respiration t> rector consciousness.will --Little Lois Moran has risen to
eye may see --- -
wild flowers birds ible. The land below Collier City stardom.Her new contract with'William
great
open breaks into what Fox calls for ..star's
up are known as a
spaces which in time will be cultivated the Ten Thousand Islands, and in flux of'population never seen before bring all the juncts of mod- parts. .
as vast vegetable
in midwinter gardens the passes; and channels are feeding In the United States. Rece.l'ly era civilization; bn the nearby is- 'I ,
green with delicaciestor
the Northern table. Cities will and bedding grounds for all the i the hotel at Naples was crowded lands will always 'ord retreats x '\i FORT MYERS 1

game fish that inhabit the watersof with guests, and piaas_ any-in the South. 1 .
spring np with every convenience are being that will, with every breezed - j
I the Gulf of Mexico This Is not section for <, sick I '
rapidly a -
for the advanced for "Hotels ; .11)24
exacting tourist and to meetthe an through the )
cocoani t palms, beckArgonaut
needs of a prosperous back The temporary lull in the influx beaches that will accomodate those, [ men and women --It appeals to the -I Second St., Phone 303 <

Country that will sell its product I of,thehomeseeker and tourist has who are seeking rest and rejuve- oat the modern to strength and purpose of ',,-- -: "

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ADVISORTO is Algol, the winking Demon Star. meteorite in tile Natural History ->.J.' canr-, It'.>)ia 'all tat+
iindy Gets ALife-LongRailroad Pass The path of the August meteors i i Museum in New; York. It of motf r than .:'S t hi.u- b"pmtangyesotfTday
; is a long eclipse which stretches j I weighs 36 tons. A much greater i rr-'r nrng.

SEMINOLES -- from the earth's orbit far out be-1:j one i is! supposed to lie under the I I The e-up'i'.T' : progressed;, unceasingly ((1
yond the planet Neptune. The !j edge of Meteor Crater is Arizona 'I| un'ii i! overflowed the dikes.
I members of the swarms are well 'j Fortunately for us. the entry large !I is
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SAVES KILLER I At 1.t safe to predict a M\xl. HKt >HH7: BILLS

shower of meteors whenever the PARr \ ,j \, I._Thvopiir
earth crosses this orbit, which occurs CITY THREATENED >: ; .,' ,in. i i. !speciairy w

Seminoles Change Ancient Penalty Prescribed alwaysJn.: 'Augv% BY MOLTEN LAVAAP '''dt''i"I1Adh.w./ N i fo-fr.g: Paris
Some meteor swarms are so compact 'society d lf>..-l.Th r:;a de-o-or-N
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I ers at longer intervals. Of this molten laVa menaced _town of j jTerzigno i average ,ibou :S25 a pair though

j kind Js the Lenoid swarm which this aoraiaff as the j !some oi thorn run much higher.
HIGH COUNCIL RULES THAT SLAYER i!caused the spectacular showers of blazing.fluid folkmteft a ..w explosive According; to a shoe fashion 'b

MUST PROVIDE FOR WIDOW VICTIM i j 11883 and 1866. outbreak within' Mount Ve- j news gfrvH- published here, a _
Occasionally the earth encounters savins overflowed :from the "Valley certain French princess' pays --;
a meteor so much larger than of Hell" into the imvines leading S4.000 a year for her 5hoes. She I.J
Pale Face Mercy Extended to Doctor John usual that it is only partly consumed toward the Bay ol1)aple j is supposed to have ordered 30 ::'
in its flight through the air The resomptwB of the volcano's pairs of spr ial design for the

Who Slew Cornapatchee in Drunken Rage ...- roi(.,.,. .... .'_....' and falls to the ground. The lar disquieting activity fulfilled the Eteauville season alone. .......
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h<-ctlc and picturesque history of No-so-raa-tee found of P r3ks g 'd : I .. of !JI
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murder' at the annual "Green Corn HOUGH honor un'n' <; .>) I
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Dance," held several weeks ago at ceasing h-ave been It o -
been accepted and one redskin owes ,
a lonely spot in the heart of the heaped upon CoL Charles : .: i ed
\\n-\! life t.> W. Stanley Hanson, vet-,' Everglades known to the Seminole A. Lindbergh workMacoos % ,l t jnoad Jubilee Celebratioa. The p furl : ty '
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friend of the red men who In- few honors probably will 'P1 left) broadcasting his message to the ; Aliroil
habit the vast wilderness of the high council heard his case. He outlive) the gold and Canadian people from Parliament Ith*
Big Cyprpss.! known as "America's had struck a fatal blow while un- enamel life-long railroad \ HID, Ottawa. An inkling of the .
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Last Frontier." pass 'over the Canadian warm reception j take
Mr. "fire water" and Cornapatcheeone National Railways which wa presented t.o.1 m by Sir I -ded by the view (upper right) which shows his escort: .
Hanson loved and trustedby irate
of the elder leaders of the tribe Henry Thornton, K. B.:E, chairman and president of I f' twelve plane! circling above the Peace Tower of the
the Indians is probably the one and had crumbled under the heavy cud-II the Canadian system on the occasion of the noted! Parliament Buildings. The photograph at the center COM?
only white man received in the gel to die almost instantly. Terror- aviator'- recent visit to Ottawa to attend Canada* Dia-1 -'-.1 the pass itcU.STARS. tract
tribe. He is affectionately knownTO C. Hfer
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to have fled into the great wilder- !Ito t';be cared for and tie Indians
Medicine Man" and in abiding by 0111.
ness to hide from the penalty he I AUGUST IS BEST MOiYTK TO SEE
his advice the tribesmen and rank- knew would be dealt out by tribal i were. at a loss to decide on what 1 1I' I af J
ing medicine men have placed faith t j punishment to hand down.They consulted s fromCom
Much as has never before befa leaders. Slaylnc Year Old I'I their white hmbassador who i.i ii SHOOTING SAYS ASTROGIST
known to have been confided to -a I j i was strongly in favor of sparing! wA
"pale face" The high Indian council The slaying took place at Cor- [ the killer's life in view of the I > j-
upon the white ambassador's na-pat-chee's camp more than a fact that he was under the influence -, By ROBERT IT. BAKER we call a shooting star: marks the We congratulate the builders E:
recommendation, recently deviated year ago and shortly after the of whiskey when the crime)I I'I anihiliation of a celestial bullet. '
from the age old "eye for an eye" news made its way out of the uncharted was committed. He suggested that II (Professor of Astr, ,,my. University teb
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convicted tribal slayer upon the world, reports were released from the stipulation that he provide an I URBANA. El AUR k (AP-I) we da not often think ol ordedowi

extraordinary condition -that he Miami which told a gruesome tale annual field for the aged squaw. August is the best tini-lo look for.. the deadly bombardment going on ,
provide the widow of his victim of supposed Seminole. justice. It The medicine men took the mat- I"shooting stars." overhead. At least 20,000 m> the i
with the necessities of life for the was reported that Charlie Tigertail, ter under consideration and when 1 f<ki!
another bad been During this month lie Pexaeids! ;; teors collide with the earth evry
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remainder of her days on earth. tribesman they assembled at the "Green Corn
Make Their Own Laws I to avenge the death of Cor- Dance" they handed down the decision or August meteors put $n their annual -;; day, striking with the average Drink
Such a course of justice would na-pat-chee by taking the life of as recommended by Mr. Han |: display. It will got be a brilliant speed of 26 miles a second.. magi
be frowned on in the courts of the I the alleged killer by the same son. It proved satisfactory to all spectacle, but if the sky Is native author! who writ of voy
white man for it does not appear means used in ending the life of the parties: concerned and Doctor John I watched attentively for, fa few minutes ages to the moon often fail to take \
on the statute books but the In- aged medicine man. Tigertail was set out immediately to cultivatea on a clear even e whea the' into account" this hazard to any ex- Coca Cola and Royal Palm Distilled Water w)
dian is not governed by any set said to have tracked Doctor John small farm for the widow of the moon is not too bright one or several -! lent outside the protecting th
rules of law The squaw of a mar. I through the Everglades and was man he had sTain while in a wild j Perseids will probably appear: blanket of our atmosphere.' l TIM
dcred man was left wanting and reported to have slain him when he rage of drunkenness. i Meteors are stony{ and metallic The Perseids which appear in i f _

the red man's code calls for the protection was finally captured.This Thus the life of Cor-na-pat-chee 'fragments of unknown cn InMost ;August. are so named because they .', E, ))I
of| his women. It is a new I story was promptly denied has been avenged and a new code of them -are no larger titan* seem to come from a point in the 411
form of punishment and If the kill- and as proof of the denial Doctor of punishment added to the red the head of a pin. TV< travel In constellation Perseus. It is an il Manufactured by ;
f.r! falls in his duties to make an John, was found living at a camp man's statutes. great swarms around ie son in lusion. Just as the rails of a track .
annual field for the aged squaw I near the Tamlami trail in Collier, elongated orbits like t of com appear to converge in the distance.Ep fit
iiia life will be automatically forfeited county. The Indians pointed out I II ets. the meteors apparently radiate ''f**
that nothing would be done; until And now tl'e newspaper featuresare i Ordinarily they ar invisible from a'point. Actually they move 'C.A.
I the anal "Green Corn Da.n<.- being converted for motion picture j But whenever a swarm I, Jlters'I In parallel paths. Coca Cola Bottling Co. .
So there is at least one memberof I when all'tribal offenders are punished use. "Bringing Up Father"I I the earth the plunge Perseus rises in the northeast at IB

the tribe who can thank a white .-,- -- will soon appear on the screen and -downward-through our ; ospl e __.III on August 1 at 10o'clock% on the a 01
man for his lifE, for if the regular '. Hanson!! Advises Indians \ "Lovelorn;" based-on the Beatrix are heated-in psdy fri. n I 5 tii and at 9 near the end of the Fort Myers -' =l; t l rIda ::
Indian custom had been canted out : ', t_" Lrl Fairfax broken hearts-.column -is wjUadt.d'ara consnstsi.yy ear month. This constellation appears ..
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executed In accordance with Semi' 'bi i uafcPlMl Nance"_ was lettt play. e Each luminous et! that of stars pointing upward,to Casslo- '-. l'

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'II". !",-..ftMa"f lull thaItti" Btalu- Engineer .WHERE FORTY PEOPLE LOST THEIR LIVES IN LAKE MICIHGANj --j TAMIAMI: DREAMS" -,

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I '" unoAs (Cui-tJnued' --fropn-'- page. 1)) j -- ,I Were-and.to3TT working>al on Lou the dredge, anda I 1
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()1 Fshpt\ rake a determined: effort toward I' .", J I It dug both hard and soft stuff .
: BILLS ',It construction: of a trunk line : i as all good dredges do. r[
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nFaris :-as: decided to locate the road few, World .. 1t
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;: '( :htiize ia Frt,> Myers, Punta Gorda Sar- .- with me and my pal Lou. j 1a
t though .-n',,'.j :and Bradenton. !. Watching the rock blown asund- h2s'
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t .d here., apays. ii 2l. Collier County" was < ..}! Trees ing were crew felled; in the thick neverBUICK :

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She..q. I lv began> a cotructlon: pro- axes rung. -
i''i., 'i 1.. r.d 1 30 the' 'the read from Carnestown to I dian, the white malt'* Drag. known
f Royal Palm Hammock wag be aun;.- ;
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work of trading: a sixteen foot Looking thru.the veil ot'the fa
road eastward from GamesI0 Bite me-and my pal Lop .
I was begun. By the spring See a great and g&rffti_='trattte.and such !i

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Hammock had been graded,and true; ," -
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a point approximately twtnIT E / \ .t -ie fm4 4 admlst a tounty new. Value \3
miles from Carnestown. -'. 1t Accomplished by a man of vision -
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h e Mare Road Department bore I -Bill CIarkt.'Jr. ?
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,referential class and carry it to I{t tlumplelioU. AIMEE AND MA stew .1ftS

Subsequently conttaaty -j This remarkable telephoto picture gives a graphic view of the excursion steamer disaster in Lake Mfcnigan, a mile off Chicago> which r:=. .SOat a.-
were let on August 1st to R.i! took a death toll of between 40 and 50 lives.. au
the Favorite,, a small excursion boat was carrying about 75 people out i into the lake to escape TO SPLIT 50-50
.I. Huffman Construction Company! the oppressive heat, when a sudden squall struck it. Most of the passengers rushed to one side of the boat to escape the fan. Thts Miff 'lfnTI'
!ur twelve miles in Dade County'extra weight oa one side and the !strong wind caused the boat to tip over on its side. The craft then righted itself but sank so that only LOS ANGELES, $ug. L-Tbe taw., 'G:
,\u August 6th to Alexander Ram.y -![,its smokestack and top deck were visible in the Life Tushed the
t picture. guards to scene of the disaster and were able to rescue. somejpeo principal cause of trouble between slits 'Utl .
>.. and! Kerr. Inc., for twelve mUesmrn pie who were clinging to the wreckage. The arrow points to a group of the rescuers taking the body of a woman out of the water. In th Aimee Semple MePberson' and her .
the roadway to the Dade j tla group is Johnny Weismuller. world famous swimmer who aided In the rescue work. The picture was taken,from aboath chartered by mother, Mrs. Minine Kennedy was F-P.raa,ema.S.n.c sr is' f.rbsl a :
(Vuiiiy line, and on August 10th,!',:NEA. Service, which t reached:l the scene of the disaster shortly after it occurred =; 1 unmasked today as the two warring seal sisal :
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;i1"/ ,, fr,,! tea miles from Royal j I mile project from Royal Palm The-oth rh. -"--and-;one-half; in several places simultan u3Iy. I liighwa'ys0 connect everycity' ,I leaders of Angelus Temple Fawrfar.og..Camr. U.F. ,,".,"c.s.IU ...-.18. ;

Pair.! i Hammock to Henderson'k. Hammock to Henderson Creek Mile project at Naples Known j This Is what has been accomplished : highways .to conenct every city,I vowed their willingness to meet ", 'U1l.$1m.
.. Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr, as Project CC9-Z; will be 'I j in the twelve-months since 'town and hamlet once more and discuss the elderwoman's ,
;' At the same time a prison i i14t.r \ com. demand for split .. _r..s- c:.....
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... outfit, equipped with a fleet I'I Inc., were awarded four and plete by October. the State Raort Department took Almost every person In this nation -t 50-50 ,I ..,s.r-IU 7 &Nel.I .
,,: trucks and loading outfit were one-half I1'lu!!! from the west Rock Base Is Laid I'over the construction of the Taml- can: be reached by telephone i I of the property which they.have accumulated SiltS asEc /
rdarrd to Collier County to end of that project to Naples.! In the meantime, the prison labor y,t}ami Trail in Dade and Collier cornties. ar.d if necessary v C' could move[ since starting their big I "'--.T_ ''"'
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r: \a n a nineteen foot rock base over At the present time, the project outfit has laid twelve miles of rock A well night perfect :spirit of practically every person!by automobile religious enterprize- ..s.n..IU ti..aaMrS.es.laa
.e road >+rom Carnestown to Royal known to' (he J Department base on Project 669-W from Car-I co-operation between the contractors at the'-.me' time. f It often referred to as a million 1)71 ial2f
f.IUI as Project 69-V and being nest wn to Royal Palm Hammock. I and the State Road Department We are rapidly learning: that a i dollar edifice. Fe1z.s S120._., S.rM tdi1.SeMt.
Hrmock. (he twelve miles let to Alex This project will be complete be- I has been very evident. As bas been proper road grade and-a properfound. t I! Plans for the conference werer who $1"1 sam
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Q ew Contracts Set ender, Ramsay and Kerr, Inc, fore.. October. I I said that part of the Tamianii Trail .-,lion or base are the primary ordered removed
un August 61 h, 1926: has been Alexander Ramsay and Kerr lying in Dade and Collier Counti require: .;:nll fur good road,,i was recently as .f4"n-/a a.n\ uidhati Gwwa uwar tea
By January 1927 the work business of the church had
completed. The from I I ( manager ......u.L
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Inc, presents one the most Tfc-n .lie of
had progressed to the point have been awarded: the contract : comes problem protect: declared she would consider no set-
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Hammock' to Hen j i for dredging the material for i I :'ug'the rc..d base with a tlement division of
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remaining was necessary distance between teputthe derson Creek, known locally as raising and widening the twenty'''j I but there has been no :let-up in wearing: surface which will savet the receipts of the institution.
lie Huffman the ten mile cut-off and miles of road built.by the county theattack, and the spirit t!: .it st ms'to !e road from water which make!a
Company and known
I to the Department as from Carnestown 'east.' The haul- permeate the atmospuer it "IT mud. and from wind which blow;s '
ilexatder Ramsay and Kerr Project 669-X, has also! been SHALL BE DONE!"
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I lea, under contract. Conse- eLd:1
F mentlr the Hoffman Company completed.' Huffman' first in a few days. The prison outfit Oil and its by-product asphalt, lywood: Doug Fairbanks Jr.. : for
contract known
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Depart. will put the road in shape when the .around together, gifjng rise to the
was awarded another twelve ROADS FOR THE MASSES. According have been utilized
merit as Project 669-C; is! more by our engineer:9
Helene Costello have been
material has been hauled from the playing
(fniles Immediately vest of its than half to reports to comprise to surface our highways at a minimum
complete. The Huffman .
1 1I first contract and completing Company has concentrated I dredge. I about 9,000 miles of auto roads to "of expense, to meet varyinj-I|usual reports.talk of engagement.' Photoplay -:I I 28

/the distance to the Monroe some of t Ihe most modern Material for the construction of attract tourists. At $40.000 a mile,, traffic requirements. From th; 1 .
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County line in Dade County equipment on' the two projects bridges for all work from Naplesto this would cost J360.OOQ.Ww a good thin coat of road oi;! to the heavies \without the aid of giant tractor:
Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr, awarded them. The four I the Dade-Collier County Line inestment If Germany's taws weremade asphaltic concrete, and sheet asphalt >- and modern road equipment whlcls ;
tae. were awarded four and and one-half mile project in has been ordered. The work of to invest outsiders. to waterproof and cushion cmeat <1-1 move tHirt and rock more rapidl; NI ,SON-BULLOCII.LEE. Inc.
one-half miles' (rem the east. Dade County awarded to Alexander ,building bridges will be vigorously The United States spends about concrete road baste, the Unii J- than thousands of men could hav,e 1549 Anderson Avenue,
end of (theIr first contract to Ramsay and Kerr, Inc, pushed Bridge crews are already twice as much every year for highways ; Jed States !Is bl1ildiug'f roads .secon. ,d done a few years ago. ., Fort Myers, Florida -< '...
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second project in Dade County. Project CC9-E will have been :More erewj are expected to arrive yin *ix.years. ., _- _,,J It'WJu1da' eenmposslbletT : I'pon the completion of the ten completed early in September. I shortly and work will be started The United States -!s building V Battt t Wj j by masses. ',-, ,.. ;f*,< .-,.. _"'S -
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P :: 'i Everglades, there's a mighty fine place where a up to the eye the sted-bhte barrel, left hand extended -
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footfall you face the tfcrill of adventure.Then .
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I Portable Air Compressors north with mirrored! beauty of crystal waters. to this sporting warrior of; the deep, there are ..
II } Besides too, like a wide green frame IS a squared varieties of small fish each as snook, blue fish
I. Stationary Air Compressors stretch of velvety lawn spotted with royal palms jack- fish, mackerel and red fish which make it
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j, always poafile to round out a day crowded with
I .. Rock Dr-.lls'. against the glistening shelled pathways, the trees the joys of fisherman' wctojy.
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# look like vistas of molded jade. Surely that ateal
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I It's certain too that yon'H welcome the evenings
1 Drill I Sharpeners typical of the storied abodes of Jack London'sSouthern .
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0 ; d Seas. comes the soft coot task that aflhouettes th(> palm

{ Air HoistsPavement trees against -the at Uy deepening> sky.And
And though this treasure house of sport and % ben x
t'I -? Of;' there's an unosaal 1 peace you drift across:
Testing DrillsOH :- > health IS hidden in the vast vaults! of Nature man the pathway ofllie moon and watch your oars
) .': has coupled the true art of living with the wealth*
j ,-. drip a shower @f pearte. la it any wonder that "
of the great outdoors. Indeed, here is a modern here rampant nerves become tamed ?
4 I' EnginesCentrifugal :'. : hotel with all the commodious comforts and all .

{ :. the fine necessities of }life. That's why enthusl So come where sunny days bring sunny smiles, j

Pumps .-,-,... antic fellows come back year, after year. where man meets'" MEN, '. )ere trail t wind to :

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'I" _.: ..- -,. ', Besides, there's an undenying tug at the strings* the sport of'the *ea,. where I ..., of nomad instincts-, when memory flashes its# picture -' happy hours where Nature showers her bounty -
of the friendly forest and the scudding sea. -and man gi-es-hia beat without stint. _

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3p THTRSDAT, AUGUST 4, 1927fnrttr ____ ______, _, !ET1t:::
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-- ''"' about two miles north of \ I :;tuday r.li'en;, Tilt 1',1sburcli, ;;:
'j'j1 psivt Liraiiicr town. Carnes- THREE MEET !been endless buildng; programs go- Pre,' ; ". 'sy! : c,:1 l-er p.lrer> ili
Mill AQUATIC STARS j ing oa fc 6v rgUu e>. port DuPont See : ttfslses! aHcrll11
Is Reconstructed They're Hiking to Coolidge | '; tsbl.; r,1. P'
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In bases. d'I1-H.: i' IS (>5'
vrfMTIONS CARRIED :Washbon October, Supervising 1926. Mr. C' G. _. _____ r mill 'suppned the State: Road Camp :.ilill u I 1)\'I4'1.t'; h. Srr. 'ps-Io""IHd: 1 Inl"f-

':j charge of Highway Engineer In and thelnneering htt department, : '....-
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Railroad various construction jobl5.tand -
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present general public.The
mill operations. The that the mills : Canary IslandsLAS
1ili 1 was so reconstructed as to rY cut ards:0> jbtr 1926, close to .... ', Canan1alal1*,
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increase its daily capacity to ten two bol1.t: i feet of of"lumB| '-1> \ PLAMAS b
has "eu
thousand feet the log camp was besides} several thousand piles j '.. '; -. -.- :, Aug 2.-Much damage
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; County in moved to the head l -- i ,done to the town of Tirajana by i
of some exten- 9Y. x telephone: pole outfit ( .
:-mbei; ; ) Which Will psive pine stands and a logging road bat been at' *'.j i to a large extent j : Innll'ane'hkh. swept Roofs over were the torn re

fi. ,, ''t' ',:,i leat Future Asset!land i'i about extended.eleven miles John long Williams repaired, a 1+1 by paaj-the In Flora the Vw D, \elopmeat Bank of --oom-\\ i ,.. e hI 1\ ginn,ntur: .jt viluii-
'sawyer "m. plates; [plantations
with
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many years experience rYNS glades, apartments I
1 ft E. LEWIS IN and a splendid capacity to houses and For DuPont the large c -:lined;
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handle labor Alm<)ini1- olives corn crops
was placed In charge : Carnestowm' house; new dwellings -I
CHARGE OF MILL of the saw mill and it is largely: I in Port, D,P_,nt and five new -ulferuiertly,

due to his 4 EBlades.; the ,
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a marked storm 1
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Crew As-
F ne improvement of lumber and sPEC I.M
over the other ventures quantities toraise i \1.0nTI.;!: 1TIL'l': A
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[ i The ,;'onn .11 I be held atI a I
to its .moved it adjusted itself I it-
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Bi : L iu 1I..r > on;:iFlcri : I start of the new log camp. Situated quickly:to the emergency and sup <'""..-nba.. ''"Iier i i ounv!>, Flo,i lajri ,
l 7 the opening gf _a country) r eleven miles from the mill e plied the greater amount' of theneteisiry I ( |':;*''ig the ten 'a and only v,.t.tng 1
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-, he demand,;for;:mat rl1 1 1r a stand of pine, the inner reaches < i lumb.-r The lumber and their i -il.I ret-lu' dt..r Is: (].nit.!<< :11'Ito..l.in\ I tilt lo: t>ui diterriiipw ti\'-toh "
and equipment
r ..r. perhaps Is the-most nec- 'of the, which are known only to i piling for a do( i K :500 feet long and ,These three boy ecoats. with only US camping Sherher ttir toloang, described iuU.!:
I Ii i have, started a 5000-mUe hike from You $.town. C., to visit their j I. Ii\ ssrii; of the County tf OollKr, lv-
.'. ,t all materials and:BO, with, Seminoles and a few white people, v ':, ii a sea wall SOO f tl along the riverfront jchlef, President Coolidge. in the Black Hills. -Lett to right they are "II

\n >as stages of development this vast stand of timber assures 'vI !3' I i in"Evetg:;:.i,*es was.furnished t Jrfsryan Vaitekaa. 14; Charles StricUin. 1$. and Past BeckaMu 15. \ .. .Sii of 5echntis..}.;:. 14:, i:, i*, :i.
for to i i the bu,ding! material for'l I h. .3.1.:5'. :6. _'. -'J. o" J.j. 3 an ;ountry, has come the grad- years come the lumber sup- as was .." ; .'J :South Range.
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today depends the far ment of the towns which will that plaea >offered a'most dis- PITTSBURGHL 1 !I of -M-tiion 1* It
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,. aid a south, the least two do- I I spring up. The actual logging of astrous' fire Pi'"fn thousand crossties Visualised As \ TPITTSBrUGlt. I, ship,; ;"'1 South. iiungb .4 Eat'
this magnificent (rave been l\.lt and an equal i n t.J
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.".1 sections, its lumber timber has Opportunity and fractionalTownxhint.
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<. .'\ Florida a state as yet in proved a tremendous task especIal-I number Raped fir' the.Deep Lake Aug. 2-(API I SI! Smith. RunR"s2b
Railroad. 4'. ;,' :: .; and \\ Sj if .., b.LI-t. alo.
.;.talfY. has counties which l ly during the rainy season. A crew -Four of the five newspapers! in Al of Townships and lia>'to) 'i-
... .,,dree of millions of feet of of ten men are employed, six men 'I Meeting all l'>cal demands, the (Continued from page 1)) Pittsburgh: -Banged nwn< -hip today I , to fell and the three I I production For long years this immediately I :5.; .....t:7: and w'l, ofi.
: .-'ir timber and Collier CounI saw trees to stands show n<' appreciable loss In and were merged i i't. .11e, )
I ,. )p i':1 i haps the richest of all drive 40 odd head of oxen, whose I quantity. SteP have been taken, country has been considered j atj8 into one morning and oncaflel'DOe I I,1,I of Townships SJ and fraf'-
endurance has meant salvation' in broad expansion of waste 18r.11 t 'mat: Townships :bouth: Ranges
q pect The construction of however, to cot rvo the forests paper '
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getting the logs to the railroad, siith Buffered was fit for nothing save per- Involved In the sweeping a
.pS ': :-Wlami Trail through Collier from any (vastallon i as Papers \ I. I 'ruitty. Florida
Hnd the development of the and a foremah to do the timber by the former vast woods of a hunting ground. And, '.be. re-ali<pn 1111! Tax Sxholtrtct and
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:' ary base there created an I ty the notch west. j8 efeetng District SchOOl Tax"" for. ih-
4 :,- demand 1 for lumber which has been necessary to go a mile have been left standing for seedingand &tnres e eared to enter It even Time. morning, and the Pittsburgh I n"u"uqe of puh'i fre. w hooTa l ltr :a

1 "ii"<< for the first logging and from the tracks to get a log of care has, l hen taken to prevent this purpose. However, it is be- Sun and the Chronicle Tel. .,<\- fur- I 11t"I"tilt exclusue within the rat I>i!of.trh pub f. u"

Q "i 1 il l operations to be comi the. necessary dimensions for I Edward Keating (left) surprise winner of the recent Lake George anv,waste Though-the Trail t l g'demonstrated that these plains egraph afternoon. ne know,i is Sf-' '-:("l\i, TS:: <'IK mllilvTi .
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= i Florida Umber is scattered, though i marathon swim, pays his respect to George Kojac (right), 150-yard national il--neafing cfcmoletlon, there is I really fertile fields capable ] Tt.i-: a'; -.aid I-ktion; Ih<' foil iw'nrf
.' DuPont being- industrial plentiful. This coupled with the :i Ute' mueh'iulldlng planned for Everglades holding their town in the commercial" The purchasers were William m.tr., s S" til \Ix. sltt-rnilnt l u>' n n'' "
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an who Is to ,
champion going that the Trail becomes t\ 01 1 the iMllot, ut; hy rl'.t! t t--r
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world So Randolph New York pub.
: nd connected with the Trait long slow haul with the ox teams I Boy's Club of New_York in the International Championship? meet. and adja< nt towns and the\ Hearst goaied,, l .is pre..crlhed by..*. a/l.l 1

; I roads was accorded the i I during the rainy seasons, has William Zucher. center, trained them both and is just a bit proud _of logging. ): industry of Collier county the Sesame that shall Landto open Usher of a chain of papers extending J that ih, ti,r... I.!> ,pc,son" ni ,"'"nI';

.. for the saw milL: A ".com,1111 made the actual logging a mighty I that fact. will certainly pay! an -Important the doors of the New Pioneer And to from coast to coast and the' r11 hifct.i,h'.e n.'I'1 tote bUiocl: itlIf Trustees h tUttion of rhoik .h a, i

', ; was purchased and the task. ____ part in the future: development of the commercial public. Paul Block New York publisher!! tntm, tIt .

: -l r up. This mill ran for Crew Is One of Best portant position Mrs. T. Hollman, Jim Bolton. Often it Is necessaryfor I j the county.... I the western Trail part West of the will country be fhe the of a anmbef ot papers including [ FI'Io.r;|:Mhetlnr:, 1:i |he determined Haul: deertttMdRuhdit l

I years when to the camp cook has contributed much II this crew to go to the woods i Tamiami the Newark Star- !:agie. the Duluth j ,m II'"i of the (ount>' of 'ull""
!! force owing Mr. W.o E. Lewis foreman in by keeping the ,men satisfied with twice daily and always their work important factor, making easily accessible Herald Toledo Blade and Flnruta hall become JL 8p& Ul 'iSooi '-<\
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I 1 1rzf 1I < run a the present crew is one of the best All in all, though working though dusk catches them before cial centers; and markets.. It is. Through a series of deals. Mr Tr.nMof mid Piotrict :
< :u tion. and'the unespectedly I KJIE, -. Siberia Aug. 2.-The of pride TIIIIP:! The number ft mills'! <,'
as they have averaged sixty to under very adverse conditions the reaching their destination.Mill then, with no small degree Hearts became the owner of the J'.I', .i a t Tai to he t.vt4 and :
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.. i 0 gresa: east- seventy logs per day and, as yet. log camp has doae its part for worlds' 'pvbeV:' not'thrlv situatedschool that Collier County will be able to Sun and the Chronicle Telegraph !bN'd! 1 annually for the two sot. en'l 1 1IIIL
u became -jpecessary to the mill has been forced to Meets All DemandsIt s village the Trail in general and r.',ir".
not the behind the of I ban been opened in this ; point to which he merged as one
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men guns" ''"'IP three (3) pereone receiving n i
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i tc location} and the eonllpruand spend a day idle for want of saw I' north the Arctic tothis pah of the Trail in particular i,
< Trail work. has been estimated that the ;.. 4&0 pries ot noon newspaper to be known as highest number of votes cast "hail
for lumber on the logs Timber cutters H. Rigdon cfarc; *". The pupils are mostly of a$ the road that leads to a the Pitt burg Sun-Telegraph, At
I 'idered it necessary to erect Tom Lane and T. Hollman; sawyers .Almost as important as the ac-I Tamiami Trail bridges built by the 'Yakut* and Samoyed tribes. rainbow's end-The Paradise of the the same lined Mr. Block acquired ,Sp.tiat d a;i majority 1 Tax School of' all the District\olr- raft p'ro."tin ,

.. in the Immediate proximity J. Taylor and G. Faison; and tual logging is the transportationof I Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr sole- Throughout* the \etr they attend sportsman The Avalon of thoee the GsJtettcTfmes and Post and : forr of creating, surh paid*%{KciaI Truslen'sIelnll T. ,
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I work east. A location was' the ox-drivers. H. Taylor, D. F. the logs to the mill by the log I ly for their macnines and supplies their lessons clad In reindeer skins. who seek natural beauty and the consolid&ted Item into one paper 1!I: i.<.n.. for 'li., ni-xt ..Of' .*.-rii .,
'd i about one mile cast of Clifton and E. N. May, all have 23,000 board feet of lumber to the '.' Treasure Land of those who seek to be known as the Pittsburgh'I i to jrj/ lit r form the duties proarbrd
: River the train and Its crew. Drawn by Impromptu -I ( 1 law
{ directly on commercial -
taken special care of their charges mile. Since the first of October, agriculture prosperity pOBt.o.&ette. Sunday editions of i I V< I h >.1..tlol1 ti> tv held betww
; ThIs mill was finally erect- and have done their best to follow though efficient locomotives 1926 when the present mill cut COURT HOUSE: DEDICATED: both thp Post and GazetteTimes rich' [ o' i In' k ,V M, and sundown Oil

tf : '11.,, though with a capacity of the watchword of the camp "keep of a converted Fordson its first stick of bridge lumber, the i BUNNEI4Y'> Aug" 2.-The, Flag- will be discontinued all papers i .\.u lone aust! It and: to. ordered 1ST: this July Uttit

card feet per day was not.J the logs to the mill" Mr. Lewis, II tractor with standard railroad I Trail work has consumed 320,000 ifcart house was formally An election m the deal members ot the I t i< :r! .
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,-s owing to extreme high an old and experienced logger who.I driving gear design an average of I board feet of lumber for bridges I dedteateVl to/he service of to decide on a J&O.OOO bond \Associated; Press |I OK Pt HI ir I"cFrt'.Ct'TNX t .

.J ouditions and inadequate ]knows oxen as few people in this three cars of logs have made their alone. In addition exclusive campshave1 the people here /bursday. July issue for the creation of a municipal The deal which became effective F>.01:tn(*,F COLLIER ('rt'STY

i supply. Finally after a part of the country do, probablyhas dally appearance at the mill During >een built and repairs have 28 'Wh'l&-* l.o; wlde holiday airport is to be called here in togas reduced the Pittsburgh .l'"MN HLXTOVur .

; ;jh: timber cruise had been been most instrumental in the the rainy season the log track: been madt"so thai tQ4labnit I declared by: the ommissioners. requested that the efetion b held. | pabii.t.,Unc field to one :;(
't was decided to change the I success of the present logging op- I is under water fully half, Iii t,would=not'bo'*u* ., !vas ccU br te4 c'th an old iat>hluncd owners at a mass meeting recently I crninK;. two afternoon sit. two I I i ion i f Collier By('_JOB.Iy. )Florida I. BBTAN.
nf the mill and log erations of that the Trail has consumed
camp Though not directly connected length and no email 'degree j state I pi:ni tiinii'(:i'.
rti '., junction of the Immokalee with actual logging but, credit is due I*'I::. Bishop and his nearly one rail'ton!' board feet. Besides I!! -- -- --

y and Deep Lake railroad ",nevertheless holding a very Im- colored trainmen;P. Singleton and Trail t consumption. there have I -

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Altitude record East river.! New York. t "ip's!
of the task undertaken' bi : and n !:"; .
part ; : led to the charge
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LJeutrmant Carelton C. Champion f : from car wheels set it off'f

Jr sky-tUmb.ng\ naval pilot (hoSucceHsfHlly I \ / : : .. bomb park> would have e lI8t'd !f.-.n.. ...
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brought down his l havoc But trackwalkers >
plane the other day from an altitude : 'i '' \ damag- was riot!
> it before any
which he placed at 47,900feet '. ----
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l lag apart and shooting flames .. .,: ., Chamberlain Succeeds
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lie is trying to perfect the oxygen -I ::' < In[ Hoping From DecV.
tank which makes it possible .$ 1Keeping
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main conscious in the extremely I : .

rarified atmosphere six or seven i ;:t; with and xsupplying TKTERBORO.: N J. AuK 1. riirp "r

tulles above the earth. i < pace fhamberlin rnd dills fl. !

When the exygcn tube' was I I the Leviathan to .the T ioro '
[from
knocked out of bin mouth on his I today at 10.51 oVi;> ...
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recent flight, apparently by a. ; : of'
: the needs Eastern daylifeht M use
flying part of his engine,. he lost his : :i .: The flier who hopped off ';;
regained
uqnsrlousnesa, but of the Lt'naiy
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fight .
faculties quickly enough to ,
thi morning off Fire Inland" t
valiantly against the Ilameg from e Field Long I \
The : landed at Curtisb"

his motor precious and barographs to strive to whichhad savethe .. ; : '. ', the Trail Builders, land he because took of off fog.again.After a ., ',

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record his ascent. ,
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other mused beyond usefulness 1 Corporation Third Man Stands
be fears: l>y: the bursting -'J.Manhattan: Mercantile

motor, but he,managed, whit'the : ; Trial for Kidnaping

favy "exceptionally Department -fine described land-: t" : :. : .. 2.-K: 1-
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fns: a permanent :. Stevens floor !scraper!
has es41ished kidnaping AJohnson
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Champion. born. September-; l.H; ; now charged m.ni :.ii,
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18&GX has 'been fifing only .*'live_ ; ,,; : : ,, ; of June 15. WH.L ,,'.
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of bas cut -in more 11 11I Collier > ,<
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rears this aft"moon
trial here

t 1 than types\ lV of Ju.I era uoury{ .In firaduaUng the air ,in .all at -.: ; ; : l; : i',> : : of sto i es to serve: : :: C>. stami He is trial the for thIrd this of offense.aid .!n->

g ha.ttavia; Aowdejrir in 1919. heuerv :,. It".i' \ .
; >d aboard: the U. S.6.. -Michigan ', :' ...:\, "
and Olympic :iu the Mediterranean. : have St. Petersburg.
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_'. squadrons and then withthe-annd .,the 4 \'i County. r : Jurist Is DeadST

Destroyer! .. I
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Seoul at fat\ion:ing' 'course(fitaftbefore-at -Pensacola..y taking! i ; .. finest \ PETERSBURG, A'ig .-.

';in the air meet at Philadelphia --. .' Everglades the !? Freeman P. Lane circuit ""un. '

I last t eptt jnbvr be Won: the speed \: : : : at judge of Pinella county win ;f-
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and the efficiency tests! in '. last year died d''. th- homoninluw < :
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transport race. He also established \- .,;> ,"':, 1 ; : Store Dr. Hjjirh: C'. A".1'" .
thie altitude re- Department Excelsior, Molls thiwiornjt: ,; ,t
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33.445 feet for single- ; : ct*diujf to word r< civd hvre.
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at Hampton ,f .: i :- Judge Lane was otic, of the b-
seat seaplanes "
fighting "
the 'same : : : : : ; .- '.' known jurists in ,the !state.
.oRads last May 5 in !A't'; : ; : *
to a land type, -. :: -t ,; ;: 't" the "-- --' ---
land,: converted', ;; ." "' ... 5'- vr.Tamiami r
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brought down under \ ... : / ;
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alternate ; ion of the operetta "Rose )id'
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pased $30,000 city hospital the last Tc : > ;:<:.s:''}:l cash resur-.l?f
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JI tMInta Weber has'Igned to do fc.' l l'f':::, ; :--r-; '! \ .Fi';' J }k,

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JCDK1AL CIRCritOK H Brovi-fi. d I : OV FLOR- .. .....
IilA.TILE IX STATE AS I FOB CULe : /I" rnt. (,iKLLir Co'al (
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s! t.aed! J. A )IYLER and Co' HI I (rl;; 1 1l 6
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ot the State, wherein of Florida F. A. Sillier tn the I. Com-bovmusr ': : ",t r., r I l5- I!: ,. I,
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&out Erie CoHln. Inoorpornted. 5 3a, rf .' : '
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Mk is iiij ttn lands hereinafter 5th day de cI1bed.of Sep. IIwHi.'fen : ::J' ; : ; "" .
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'.f a es vn front dcor of tho County .. .[ JI
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Courthouse offer for .t ,
City oato *ad r Kw sU>Ttliid to the> KtorMa.t\J&h-- and.beet' : \ .;. u ,'iV' ...
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bidder for -Twh all the following ';:::111: ,
Nrribrd real l property ituau. tying i ,. "
and being! In ttw County cf tlier. f "J". :) -
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Blu'k K. cf N aplae ;
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.ifPftti lkok .1. Tate 41. COUNTY I
Vhc ,.:reaW mil .nO b* niadeh. OF COLLIER
Jl&tbblDC aH del CREATION
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With no other thought In mind be a neat little town nicely plantedIn he removed all of his clothes, leavIng -..... Washington, "first fa'1 the road leading! from my ferry to
tropical l vegetation. Here.in the : only a pair of George "
than to successfully cross those swimming trunks, iI and fist to 1 Cameron.
I first in
peace
famed Florida, Swamps. Campbell I center of the wilds were all con- heavy shoes and canvas leggings, war.the hearts of his cwratryaseB," may Washington mapped- out and recommended -
traveled mile after mile through veniences and comforts of home. I!the latter for protection against also be appropriately called the I the p"!nf>ral: route of the
pine. palms saw-grass and all He had the pleasure of meeting .moccasin snakes. All articles removed American road build I Cumberland roa-L Actual construction -
kinds of growth. The trail bent, Barron Collier and ail the other together::: with equipment wr vet first among Besides being exceptionally was not }.. gun; uatil IS! Land
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turned and heaved through th' Colliers,sturdy souls intent on an I were carried into the swamp one I ers.accurate and eagiBaer, the road known .f, the national
he immense task building a road hundred paces and marked with a surveyor extend! by step to
widest country had ever seen. I. Washington saw the value of roads }pike, was stop
against severe odds, Captain flagpole called the "ambition later to
and
In places there was only a plank of national'' Wheeling Columbu-s
George Sorter (Judge Storter) is stake." This gave added incentiveto as a means promoting of the
to cross water and long stretchesof I When the aettemeate be- Indianapolis. The invention
deep sand followed where low the oldest resident of Collier Conn carry-on and to be able to tell unity to spread west of the Alle- j locomotive however made road
gear had to be used. Soon the ty, and much was learned about how much progress was being gnu he much thought to. building a purely !1.1 al affair until -
the route from him. Other officials made. An effort to drive : ghanies gave i
first evidence of man became visible : throughthe the Improvement of the avenues of the automobile came mto general
in the form of one of the trail met were Graham Copeland, natural condition of the surface i rx +' i i communication between the east :j use. Now the national l pike i ip part
building camps snugly nested resident engineer and general man- i of the swamp soon proved dis- I and the west. He foresaw the :;. of "U S. Route No 41";. extendingfrom
away In the Palms of the Hammock ager and Otto Neal. superintendent astrous as machine and rider sank i of internal strife un11Ss. Atlantic iCy: through Cumberland -
of the East End. the real trail deep to the wheel hubs. It was I danger StLou'=
known the Indianapoh-
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greatest natural j I there was free and easy cenununij j
growth of royal palms in that task. Seminole Indiana were nu then that Campbell started, laying i cation between ail parts of the ; Kansas City and Denver to San
his
latitunde. "It was here that he merous. Chief Josie Billy gave wire mats. Cypress poles were j i Francisco.
j repoblic.
additioial information to cut and laid I i young j jj
would much as as Bide members to 4 That Wa.shlngtcnt"as right -n
surely torn back as the
routes. The Chief sat astride the :the mats, leaving an opening in the j Washington took up the study of ;
natives had said. However, he ,-r + s .1 his views on the value! of roods t r s
wasted little; time reflecting over ,'Chief and was very much pleased center that could be grasped by j surveying at fourteen and at sixteen i a means of preventing! internal l

warnings and predictions but tack- :with his mechanical brother. I hand in removing. When laid, they ,__ t"e EP c : ot I he was engaged to survey the strife i is confirmed by the statr-;
of Lord Fairfax. At eighteen -
led trail conditions as he came i Routes Located. stretched out twenty feet, thus I estate ment frequently made by studeira
upon them. Never had he seen I Three days were spent in Everglades preventing the machine and rider A1t3E4t tAt 'I bf'l' was appointed public surveyor of government today; who saythat
of
:web sand. As the wheels startedto with much reconnoitering from sinking too deeply. As one of the province Virginia. ;, "if we had had l/u''IO: roads and ai
work in, they sank ten and some- done to ascertain the best possible mat was being laid the machine I His diary, from 1748. when he began much travel Detwvtn the North till(
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times eighteen inches. Undaunted, ways of getting through. Finally, wa$ supported by stakes on the surveying, until his death, Isj j the South in 1'';{0) as we have r.>-
full of references to road building !
Campbell fought it out in low gear. I a nearly sure and safe way was mat already in use. 'I few samples: { day there never would have bn
The miles passed slowly. Everytwo : located and markers were placed. Uses Revolver.It .p The following are a 'II i any Civil War.- Wyoming R;"ad -.
I Feb. 27, 1768. "Laid) a road .
miles: a stop was made for A compass was used to establish was slow work and very dan- a !I from Kit. Vernon to the Lain by Mr.Manley's. i --
rest In the distance, workers at position and at one-quarter mile gerous. Moccasin snakes resented Gas Plant MoneyTo
the camp watched with interest and distances white flags were tackedto this trespassing in their domain I I
they could not help but marvel at trees. At 'Gator Hook Strand, and Campbell was forced to almost j i Mr. 14 1768. "With the people j Retire Bomb
where there is 15,000 feet of I constantly keep his revolver >h working upon thd new road between
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of the machine. Finally water. the trees were cut on two band and in use. The progress I breakfast and diner. BRAHENTON. July 30- Or.-r;

about a mile away, came:: the hope- faces every hundred paces. Wire j. made in the first three hours was ,j Mr. 23, 1768. "Rid eat to see and er strength was given Bradnr-".. ;
sign-a gang of state convicts mats were then made for gettingover only 900 feet, but with greater effort 'd" ;r r Li4et 1y.'r' \ examine whether a road could not l standing in the' bund market: ',', n ,
placing: the finishing touches on the Strand and then every- his efficiency improved and RENfQErYy ibe discovered and opened from ,the city council parsed an orn! ,-
in readiness for the the total for the day- 4200 Posey's ferry back of Maddy Hole
part of the traiL With the gas thing was was feet I i ante providing for the purc-ha-- < !f
open as wide as the Chief could perilous plunge. At this point dusk was settling so Plants, thereby avoiding the Gum- ; two bond issu'! ?, votd 1 Apr: :
l stand and in low gear, Campbelltore Campbell bade good-bye to the Campbell decided it would be best : 1 spring which I think may be done i I and the retirement of an issu>' \ "
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his way through, landing good people who had done so much to leave his machine and strike for to advantage. ed March 1.' 1M>7 The bond \'..',
right in the midst of the'workers. to assist him and traveled for thir- a camp which according to directions 7WE PPiWCELRi6KT NNQAI&RT4f5q I "Ane. 13 1768. "Rid to the Plantation be taken up at par.j .

He was received with cheers, and ty-five miles to the extreme East given lay only a short dis- 1 I QUEBEC. July SO.-Baron Ren frh. better known to thousands of his admirers the Prince of t at the Ferry Dogue run and j The combined i-U"S. UIUMPI.J: !
all operations were momentarily end of tithe trail where the actual tance away. Walking in pitch Wales is again back on Canadian toil this time accompanied brP remler Baldwin both as of whom have I Muddy Hole, and to the Mfll. The | ,zoo< (*)0 will be put hayed vn'.n i:
:suspended! This was the first work w3 being pei,formod. A dark in strange country, with journeyed to the Dominion to take part: in the hands'at each place working on the 'I fund derived from tlio! sale: of >he
Confederation celebration. This is the third time the
motorcycle ever seen that far out brief stop was made to look over tiles lurking at his very feet rep-I heir to thee British throne has visited Canada where he owns a :ra nch on which the above pictures \ public road" I'j municipal gas! plant to Job i AI
and it was surely a strange and the massive dredges working tirelessly sure enough to make the stoutest were made. The late Lane Nov. 13, 1786.H'Btgaa survey of I Reed and his as"ocKi'os.;,
young George ; of the Bar U ranch told tee: prince how to cut out a calf
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nearly perfect surface brought the to their waists in water and muck the camp. With revolver In hand t

rider to the camp headquarterswhere were plugging holes for laying Be plunged on and on so tired thatit Finally, he arrived to the Monroe. stage 'qf> the trip would surely] 'have Indian[ Chief; we must 'admit that I
a fresh supply of water was dynamite. Only men of real blood was only a supreme effort of Road and was lustily greeted by ai 1 goat; hard for the rider. without the man the machine could I Fishing Tackle
taken and all the assistance nec- these iron men for the Evergladesis will that kept bone and muscle in group of engineers who awaited his Finally. he reached Pine Crear'abd not have earrfedlon; therefore- Builder's Hardware

essary given to the newcomer. no place for mollycoddles.Into action. After walking about an arrival. At this.point he built a !sighted the first house since great deal must be said for the 1 Carpenter's Tools

Ilany attempts were made to induce the Cypress Swamp hour, he came upon a road scraper. monument which stands fully eighteen leaving Everglades was sure$ strong character pluck daring and I I House Paints and Oils
Campbell to return as all Exactly, on the morning of February Here he gathered some down wood, feet high. It took him three good to sore eyes. Crowds gathered constitution of this Indian Rider. Varnishes and Lacquers
were only too well aware of the %2nd, which the motorcycling built a fire and crawled under fora .days of untiring effort to get around in amazement. Anxiousto His name wilLgoxTown in the his- John Deere Farm Implements

dangers and trials ahead of him fraternity recognizes as Indian short nap. About'10:30 p. ra. .through that swamp and the achievement : complete his task. he continued tory of motoring fame throughoutthe Housetfares Oil and Wood Stoves &
but it was of no avail. They la- Day.. Campbell drove his machineoff he awoke feeling much refreshed i$ one which will go downIn Tfghf on and at last there appeared world and it will be on every Lawn Hose Sprinklers and Tools .
elated that he had only been I the trail Into the soft surfaceof and was on his way again. By mid. the history of the buildings. of the in the distance the beautiful towerof tongue -in future days when tour- ,
through a mild spasm of what was a future highway. With the total night with still no signs of human trail the Miami Biltmore .Hotel His ists cross.. the. 'Glades.In .comfort
in store for him. However, seeing I weight of the machine some- life about he decided to put up till He then looked forward to a goaP was then certain and within over that famous Tamiami TraiL MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS GIVEN I PROMPT ATTENTIONWhen (

that be was really In earnest they where near to 700 pounds he' was daybreak In a deserted truck on the more hospitable trail, and' faster the flour he was riding through the (From Indian News.)-
set about to direct him on. He !soon sinking eo! fast that he was trail. time.However if he thought to.,,streets of -Miami and, up to Rex .' in Fort, Myers, Make Oar Store Your Headquarters
was told that he would only drive forced to shift to low. After several It was about 6:30 a. m. when find ease and comfort for the 're- '"Wirewire'Sj! store amidst a rousing I

about 35 miles further and then miles of this heartrendingtravel Campbell was foundby one of the mainder of the-trip. he'was to..be,i welcgnie.! f \ ;;._ i
i be forced to quit. From then on he suddenly came upon the road engineers and escorted' to the sadly disappointed.! More rocks, )lade;!23 Miles IK 7 Days SLEMR.TISITSUtISDE3BURABERLL'v. 30.-c I HEITMAN-EYANS COMPANY
he would have to carry the ma- most dangerous and difficult section camp, where he was able to clean deep ruts and a way so narrow that 'I, The total distance covered from July-, BascomSTem'p
chine on his back and wade the remainder of his journey seven mile up and enjoy a warm meaL After the strong growths at the aide Fort Serc! :wa25! : miles and*the former secretary to President Th Big Hardware Store"1100Ffkftl8tit ..

of the way. to Miami stretch of: muck water, cypress, sleeping the remainder of theJy. nearly brushed him off his machine j gram |/ensomed for the trip Gooltdge, Cooling?, who is vkrt. } F'
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s ate'convention Sept 27, 28 and $ '
29 jf[ the request of General '1'. J. : of l Collier Counfyr. r I f,
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patronage has_enabled l_ us to give :ou_also, !l$ry W1 !; in cities U
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'land. Disaster In 1915 qCY I Ii i \ proud of our splendid i litttepant a unexpectedly J11
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CHICAGO. July 21-A suddenoffshore i. k l large given us, we are now plapn ijasitgloihg equipped
squall that in >II'': --"'
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few (o leave the as l :. CUSZT/-,. ; _MgCKrWiLLt -G tlJlM.J( rrMargaret ; Fit
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sntiftlc.east\ "steamer 26, mostly yesterday_ women carryings .and met' PHILADELPHIA for the first time July the other 29.-Three day when internationally Cyrus H. K.known Curtis: figures, pub- .-- ." ; ;1. ..-,:o.: i 1)>0..1. ... r- :"', -,,,. '-?' .t..'_ :ea .t::: ,Jflf: : -:, M4Plc
chlfcfren, to their death. *_ lisher of the Saturday Evening Post; Connie Mack manager of the t
tfy tragedy came.'twelve: years Philadelphia Athletics and William J. Burns, head or the famous -: Continue' to patronize home industr and= 'assist ih'jnaking our business
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Evangelist to Remain At Head of ATLANTA. July 39.-Two fire-
FRANKLIN, La., July %'.-Se- melted snow from Pike's Pi It rW"t
Los Angeles Organization men were killed and two are knownto -
.ectl n of a jury to try Mrs. Ada have been seriously injured here and is crowded with bathers dur g := 1'j t 6 I Ip
Boner Lebouef.Dr. Thomas E. Dre- LOS ANGELEs, July 30.-Aimee today when a waif collapsed duringa the summer. Miss Wilcox is a ; ; .
'. 4>er and James Beadle on a charge fire at the W. L. Fain fain com- regular water queen,,having 1 11 .:
aof murdering James J. Lebouef. Semple McPherson ostensibly remains pany near the Atlanta terminal ed to swim when eight years ld life" Everglades LaMdry: and
husband of the accused woman, was at the lead of Angelus railroad station. / in the same pool where- shematches ow I ire
completed tonight in St. Mary par- Temple today despltee the conflicting over' others.American eV;
dsh criminal court. The trio are Clyde 1Ja.wthoinp n of the "' =
reports regarding her future r
alleged to have murdered Lebouef fire company aol!._Barn i'Richard- 'c fu;
the result of love affair between connection with, the big religious : Dry Cleaning PlaiijtEVERGLADE
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Court was then adjourned until mand by 42 members of the branch taken to the hospital for treatment .Guarded. From Reds i .
9:30 tomorrow morning,when hear churches for "showdown between FlORiDA F:
Jng of testimony: will begin. her and her mother. "Mrs.' <'- -- GENEVA July -A detecfjve :.-- : ; h'
Minnie Kennedy. MIAMI: : July 30.-The.1928 con- was posted today before the r om f prinK
FIRE SWEEPS TIA JUANA vention of the Knights.o'f. Columbus of Hugh 'S. Gibson, chief deleate'to .A !
SAN DIEGO July 30.:-Fire In an address from the pulpit will be ougtt! ;| ;byf.< Miami .the navaf reduction confer ce C.I,
which swept two blocks of the Tla last might she refused to submit through the convention committee [because of the Sacco-Vanzetti d m- in,
Juana Mexico business district to the demandsof the branch and II. C. Kleier<;who will attend I onstration planed.for this after- "'..... ,(....-,!," :-.,.;" ,. -- ';: _..- -- ," -- -. ",-- .
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STORAGE Trail fields Interest) abundance of bird and wild life that and guided them to the vicinity of of six weeks of the year 1898, he ----
1 Is Her (i- S- 1* naturalist < EGGS DEFINED I ,, To Tourists. Who Low busy months and still have not fought and defeated Chief Billy alligator skins for shipment REMINGTON
;1 DEADLOCKED IN Wild Life and Nature tabulated all of the. species and BowlegS, sacking his Indian vil Although the TRAIL Itself and
Jew State Law Failed to Deslg.: varieties available. ; lage. Royal Palm Hammock is the great magnitude of its con TYPEWRITERS
nit .What, Was Meant By : one of the few accessible places in struction are sufficient to hold the
: Term NAVAL MEETING (Continued From Page Ons) To the glory of the Fathers at the country where an abundanceof interest of one traveling over It.
s.TAtLAHASSEj' I forth along the Canal seeming to Collier County let it be said; that, Royal Palms may be found the country lying along this won- --Sae! =?
; :.July, 30.-Definition take great delight in humility, to in ordec>t preserve' these natural growing wIld. Because of its I derful highway abounds in a -Rentals
for "cold storage, cggs*' and ,. GENEVA, July .-Adjourn keep pace with the fist moving tauues,. they have established" a historical interest Boyal Palms wealth cf natural beauty and subjects ?; -RepairsUPS.COMBCOOPER
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.-' "Shipped eggs" hate been promul- of the tripartite naval confer. car, though he actually covers; of strip> d mile wide on either side and natural beAuty it Is contem- of historical interest, which! 1, CO.
large
: of the distance twice. Other the TRAIL and extending theentue this spot designated will offer diversion for the tnQst'
gated by the Department of agriculture t possibly for certain period of a plated having
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birds will fly alocg-side-of length of the TRAIL in Col- National Park. are preserved and protected anJ
to classify the newly enacted iJ without holding the final plen- automobile for her a Compete: Office Supply House
legs law which falls to specify "' session. is- now, considered a little ahead *of. your determine County as a game and bird san- Along the TRAIL are several allowed to thrive and live on 2114, Hcnd-r St. Phone '74
to ctuary,
miles if trying making it unlawful to
what Is meant by the terms, i here, as in his -wilderness discharge fire even shell moundabuilt by the Motod '- -- FORT M\ERS FLORIDA
what this stranger arms in this
according to J. Hinton Pledger, There Is a growing opinion that Historic area. Builders of centnrlea! ago. One of
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might Along Route. .
chief of the Inspection Division public session' with "fireworks' these mounds located about seven i ;
"O ld Storage eggs'. ', as pre- ) th by British and' American Several miles East of Carneslcwn L There are also several points of miles,West-of Carnestovra and now : i
fcribed by the department are ga.tes would do t%.good and Turner's River. fistorical Interest along the TRAIL called "The &hen Camp." has been '
'- hereby defined to mean eggs whichare ((4'1t might do harm. the TRAIL crosses I'in Collier! County the most notable used'as a'source of shell for road j i f
free from decomposition that The talk of an adjournment Is Here is another amazing jungle! so To-ibly being Royal Palm Ham- building and from it many articles j PRESSINGFORT r
hare been kept In cold storage fora 14it! due to the nature of the Bri- thick with l hanging vines and Underbrush -.Snock* It was here In the early have been recovered by which some i j e s
> period of more than 15 w and American views on how. as to be impassable by. Sw!'"s that a company of State and Idea has been obtained of the man- !t 1 e r 4
temperature of 45 degrees days at a" armaments should Be limit man except with the aid of a machete Federal soldiers, having,come from ner in which these prehistpric peo.-I
or less. Here are more birds, many Chokeloskee by boat up- Black established settlement on another i
The regulation .,prescribes that of the smaller variety with beautiful Water River, engaged in a skirmish shell mound at Turner's River thus I
packers and shippers of cold storage There Is doubt wheth MYERS, FLORIDA.
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.. bright colored plumage. with a band Seminole In- giving the River its name.
eggs shall show on the label the British would consent to an are alligator pools containing alligators dians presumably under the lead- Alligators Exist Here Also.In .
S s of each case the date when such without having the as large or small as you like. ership of Chief BowlegsT; In this the Southeast corner of Collier!
egg were placed In cold storageand to state their view On past Turner's River more pra- 81 rmish. Capt. Parkhill (for whoma County a short distance off the
also. the date on which.,they at a public session. ries and again Turkey, Quail, Deer monument stands in Tallahassee) TRAIL are the famous Roberts 1 Property Protection
were removed.. L LE1lTmlm7 At any rate-the idea of adjourn- and other game and so on to Dade i was killed Captain Dick Turner. Lakes In the extreme dry season II \ Sunday

S "Shipped eggs" are defined to the conference for six months County and toward Miami; such.: an noted scant met the troops here of 1898, alligators estimated at !
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mean "eggs which are sound and a year in order to give the pow- thousand in number were' you $1.25Chicken
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free from decomposition that mayor time for further reflection has shallow lakes.I' wy of property Incur- II
the
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gathered 1 1a
may,not have been kept in cold [ advanced. I Uncle Tom Roberts journeyed there I slice we can give yon-with Dinner
storage,for a period of less than J 11' ri Printing Office Supplies Bobber Stamps from ,Fort -Myers, cutting his own minimum ef expense ."J
15 days that Embossing Of all kinds \ Stencils I A to eat
are shipped Into the FLOODS DROWN 10M Seals road, and with several others who a maximum ef protection. j$ place
state ol Florida by express boat, I Profess Engraving Metal Checks had arrived there ahead of him be- the best of food
y motor: vehicle>or other convey- SHANGHAI, July 30. The Haling: and Badges gan shooting the alligators *or, where service
It will cost netting to
you ,
whether '
ance shipped under' refrigeration Shih their, kins. It I*-.said that the "
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newspaper ,
re-
d or pot.." FRANKLIN PRINTING COMPANY { _to, consult us about year hisuraace and quality are
[ been shooting caused!} the alligators ? *
rts that 1.000 have ; '
THE fasdn &ig persons !
"Fresh Florida eggs" are defined stampede like* cattle As evidence ; resin / eninhasized.JV: .
to mean eggs that were produced son's name by the and 100.000 rendered "A Business Business Necessities'* of the fact that alligators, were /i
hat her dress : by flooding of the KIu- ; VV
In the state of Florida which or is at that time. Captain
every day. This river In Fukien province. -. I Storter plentiful states that during a period C. M. COLLIER U ()().

MARINES TRAILs gram,Is very : floods were particularly 1801-03 Franklin StreetP.
boulder,inverted in the region west of Everglades, Fla. / /

< REBEL CHIEF back of the dress ,than the damage ywooo,00o being.' estimated O. Box 2232" Tampa, Florida I Fort Myers I I

t" over a belt. Flat
PUce Scores Direct Hits With tripe da Chine or .. -
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Nicaragua July 30. weight cashmere
Major Floyd's, column of marines ---' -
.. and constabulary is slowly following '
General Sandino's retreating famous \ SERVICE Optometrist and Manufacture Modern Conveniences
fot ces. information from airplanes Service : Comfort
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received indicates. The planes Stages \ HENDRY WTREET Hardware ,!.
bombed some of Sandino's rearguard ".. Tested and Glasses
Eyes
Eruption '
scoring direct hits, and killing Scientifically Fitted Paint and Oils

The or main wounding body,'score.o| Sandino's NAPLES July t: \ ,.TIILatStiSfieSVV. When in Doubt About .YouiEjas 666; Farm Implements

troops was not seen by the planes. of its most .: < -See Us
evidently been twelve years,
having deployed.
Sandino has made two unsuccessful morning hurled .If you are not already a patron of our plant, you owe The Old Reliable House Is a rn..afptfoa' : for Fencing ,t
atempta to ambush incandescent J r t Malaria, CWJ Is and Fever, '
Floyd's column. Major air'while a ; it tQ Yourself to become acquainted with our service DIAMONDS WATCEHSJEWELRY ; Dengue or ''Bilious FeverIt Sporting Goods

Other small detachments o.f U. early filling and be kills the germs.
assured shall be
we most to
S. Marines are cooperating with i Hn to creep ) happy serve y n.'l'ii AT '""-
Floyd and making every effort to "valley of hell", .. flIt ---
block Sandino's detreat. but It ap- I. Naples. r Franklin Hardware Co
pears the rebellions general Is mov-i must be apparent to you as a customer that our Profit can only come'

ing Into wilder country where his neat danger through the Superiority of our Service, for Freight Charge alone on s SENOLE L LUMBE & 14FG.! CO. for Pint Aid Mtmirj ft**.
capture will be very difficult. It not :
i Benzol is PIMa M
impossible. Florida to greater,gallon per gallon, than the total cost of gasoline-end

I IJ' Plane we use, hundreds of gallons of benzol daily. :_ I FORT MYERS, FLOBHUSMOKE

Sea"U LUMBER MILLWORK
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; onrnrna -- -,' : AND. ; 'qCoHierCowity
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'DRY CLEANING 'TH ]{EXL' x
Florida 16 : 'v : ,

,- Governor To Make Decision In led eyj*here local1 ; i' .' BUILDING. MATERIAL 'It i 'I i [

Saceo:: -PanzetII Case I ISTPN. awer and Our Dry Cleaning method is the most modem to the industry-the Bow- Phone 8 f$ / '
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BO July 30.Nicola Sac- He refuses to ser-Darco "Continuous Flow" circulating system. Pure Benzol (which is Smokers jj
Co and. Bartolomeo Vanzettl, Internationally The trip would a much more refined product than gasoline) flows( unceasingly through / Fort Myers. Florida f j :

known radicals awaiting hops and steps your garments when cleaned in our Plant.Gay's "rn ;r _, SERVICE +' J QUALITY: andV cjf I
: execution for murder, :will taken to : '

know,their fate probably next: A flier of ',. Royal Palm J
Wednesday, Gov. Alvan T. Fuller said to be

sa4! tonight The men originally tion. : -i- *
sentenced_ HU; to__ die___ in the.__ electric____..__ Laundry igars. M I
chair>during the week of July 10, lighted airway t. TAMPA ARMY STORES
were granted a respite until Aug. Koenigsberg. .t Manhattan\ Mercan..
10 to enable the governor to Investigate .. n .,1::3 AND DRY, CLEANING PLANT:., '- -- '" 1225 Franklin Street, lain pa, Florida tile Corporation "
their case. 3OT1CE Of :"..%. --" + + + + +
'As Governor Fuller left his officer "V 4 Phones-Tell "19" ',:' Fort S&ers/Florida: HENDERSON, FRANKLIN*
the> Clrrvit .
Contractors and
at the state house today for JailrUl tlrctlt 1 1. Campers
his summer home at Rye Beach NIt of llorlta. U +w, X' Main Office and Plant, 1809 io 1827 Evans AssureV 3X r + + + + EquipmentJT a I If CHRISTIE *,
*:he'informed- newspaper men Lee II CLAHK.ContJ'. Downtown Office, Broadway, One Door from Main Street ,*r -. Attorneys-at-Law
thai be thought his deeds on In A Ii :.We\ have in Stock at AU Times; :..arTEl"TS Everglades Fort Myth
the Sacco-VanzetU case wnold be '< h -. .
ready "sometime Wednesday against....LUS, J.\'iX>M 'Ii .- .. j t SLICKERS .. **
night*"' He added that he had sev and KMilA!: t .=} : TARPAULINS t \ i RUBBER BOOTS <*
era! more witnesses to interview It appearing COTSt .> P J BLANKETS
on'.Monday.iJThe tv above the stated Hill 01 PADS \ r PILLOWS ETC. II V t

governor's council which William. w. L.
considers with the executive pet!- \iUiama, Bessie For Immediate Delivery: j
toss for clemency: in such cases are Brian each, toe !- THE FLORIDA RAILROAD & II 'a1k

perently te:!to meet next the Wednesday. It ap- of fendanU Florida are, and _
was governor's behalf .
one 41) years,
_
A CURL OF NATURAL BEAUTYAre ,
that the fate of the two condemned peracn within .
men would be decided finally the would service bind of the a the Resoit.i! Attained to a Permanent Wnve Expert Hareeiiac. Artists I ll&
e ti> AU Brtuicne* rr! Beauty CUlture Hot and Cold mmmg
at the council Lillians,
erio
meeting. E Rain Water. Call for Appoiatmmert.USSERY .
-Except for the witnesses to Tom Emma Williams Brian, or NAVIGATION RP.SAILING BEAUTY, SHOPPE
COSteamship
& which Governor Fuller referred, the residence of -
ants Katherine < f Bctnc* Arcade rail. tn ll'1
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and whose names were not made iaots, J. Tom I .. **rt Sjtn, Florida

'1 VaasetU public the case review undertaken of the by Sacco-the Williams of Hancock is;, and. I '-. ..._.., ---- ,
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and that the R- .
executive in response, to a widespread tendaat Emma. -, t.
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Street New :
i lap: plete.appeal William for clemency G. Thompson now is, .(5 sident i therefore" n4 1t :.:,. -Division = > Lee, County Bank Title & Trust Co. L .
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a defense counsel, completed his iixms Brian TV.lie. IK and\ :,r .L ,
argument before the governor to- quired to appear : '.
day. hondayt f. v. Capital and Surplus, $150,000.OQ *
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Role Day of *. Abstracts of Title "
GERMAN\ PLANES wise the ale ." : Prepared on Any Lands la -

: be taken as '' -*- # v ,-_, Collier .**' PICKED
; PLAN U. s. HOP tendanta. SCHEDULE *f County '
It to further r" EIt
: be puWished .
*;DESSAU Germany, July 30.- consecutive County News_" FOOT: Per Cent Paid! pa Savings Deposits *
Two Junkers W 33 Monoplanes la the County of
each Florida: FORT MYERS. FLORIDA)
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equipped with an L Junkies ,
Witness -
motor! will start for America ofnctel Kai my of I _Now Effective_ -* _, _j' ... ...
each other", day of July A. .
within five minutes of C. W. ; J' _
In,the near future according to ; L't: > ..- "'" : 1VV
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arrangements completed today E.V. i 1 1r
tween the Junkers works and fin- .f '
In Bremen and Des- July 28 ABK -
uncial groups '"
eau.T (Southbound, Read Down) ---.-- -"**,, (Northbound, Rca f Up) POLLOCKj\

The plane financed by Bremen [

..i"" .n]erects, among which the North TAMIAMI 2:00 PM Hon. 2:00 PM Thurs. Lv.Tampa 'AfJ j 1:45 PJJVed.. 8:30.01: Mon. \ i
;r Germany Lloyd line is prominent. -

':, 1s to start first It will be piloted F. 4:00 PM Monf; 4.00: PM Thurs. Ar.St. Petersburg;t..11. 5 AM Wed. 630 ,"I Mon. LUMBER COMPANY 4

fey'"Cornelias Bdzard. an aviation 4:15 PM Mon 4:15. PM Thurs. Lv.St. Petersburg,:.Ar.11:30 AM Wed 3.:30 A3 Moor ;
., .I Meutenant t during the world war V -
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at Bremen. m off
10:00 P3I Mon. 1000 PM Thurs. L .&rasota --<'Ar.:,5:15 A5I Wed. 10:30 PM Sun. !
likely will be accompanied by Avtator ud VV IIJPPL STORE
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Johana RIsUcz.yhe f
: 8:00 A3I Tues. 8:00 AM FrL Ar.Fort :Myers LT.' 7:00 Phone 407
;> :second machine will be piloted Eight pjj'Taes. 12:30 P. Bun 2208-16 Jackeson r'
c; (by Ftfedrich Loose and Cap- .:- 1:00 P.I.Fri.Lv... .,- ,-.Fort Myers :Ar." .' ; ,: 10:15 PM Sat. Material % Fort iMvern. Honda.COLD Street.
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