The Collier County news
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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 25, 1927
Publication Date: -1963
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1963]
weekly[ former <1927-1952>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Everglades City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
Coordinates: 26.153056 x -81.798611 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)

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iI .' I First School.Building i .- and an Individual;Sty1e Which-Entertained r Period, After

t" ,GKoJolostee Has Many Possibilities In the I Erected'in 1898 by. As It Enlightened!t; :' 'I The/Civil War When de Leon Landed at Cape Sable Early in

f&C8ltiva t1 ion oOropical and Other FruitsPISIIING Citizens;' 1 Editor's Note: So. raaaj p- m. 87; Thursday. 78, at.2 p. m.. Poverty' Reigned. Sixteenth
Century in His Search for the
tfeJUjfc : ; people have asked us of Jat t 32: Friday, 83 at 2 p. m. 80; Saturday I

IS CHIEF INDUSTRY Cbokoloskee has enjoyed mod-t/ what has happened to tu| j ,. f era ed.tcationalfacilitips for many)I Chokoloskee corresponden t hear of the tooth carpenter| i .
.\ ?; -:- Ol ISLANDERS. AT PRESENT, years. and the citizens l of the Island wfco used to write under te| -mug' away today and between ;' AS'TO 'FUTURE! Along the West Coast.

2 5jt'"> tie.t have always tried to keep1 non-de-plum "OpUml' .", tb*l ?tgaln something to this neck of ,
I pace with the newest and latest ad- we finally qCldedi.* .!lootb I the wood do the missing teeth. at C.ALOOSAINDIANS SETTLED .

". fi-i S\AhvayS Flourish as One of Island'sGreatest vances in this field. The first k through our files and ref !vetglades lightning. Believes Days of Iso- ISLANDS BEFORE SPANIARDS

1/ I uses.t school hour wai built on the island produce few of the contrSbuJ We have had a- lot of'thunder ; lation Are Over.
in 1898 the'lumber furnished of this The late '
being lions man. CJ I this }eek. Lightning struck the '
1fP" -- by Lee county which Chokolosk G. McKInney was thfe **a ? fMi house yesterday. Mr Cole was -:- I Catholic Priest Stationed in Islands in 1660

jChokbloikee Island jrhlch len the present time. The "Sea BelL" was then a part afcd the who wrote us coaeerning -'th 1 i Successfully
perhaps the best kno.wn and moat a ship owned by the West Coast labor being furnished by the citl- happenings .at :;Chpkblokee* Fishing i tt fairly good. : 'I of ten,bear the lays speaking of

etoleed of,tae Islands to tot group, Fishing 'Company operates. between EMS of the community. The first and who signedjhims lj>ha[ % t i We hare seen nosigns of low+ I. bard.times, and it calls to my memory Many Years. t-

of k lit.1aowa as then, .r1 oitf.e Chokoloskee and Punt school bbuse >was a small affair "Optimist. ..From tJwJMt{ bush il.htnng.this week. the year of 1865 and tthe elose

:n IJ tdda,' >ha$ been. hal1tpd < erda. making two trips a week I I bat a little bib was added each clippings whlr fonow. it.Cai: Brother Sullivan ig with ns norwto of the Clvvil War When the Confederate : Dy C. Hwy WiRtprinUd .

,, t?r'ltgme' !ttttiira ,mpre..p. 83 This trade;is more profitable now year for a- number of years until readily be seen:thal ht had a- tell! the felks of their futtsre soldiers were returning I Frees r ate AMifean Facto',
Bma'r\\"iSQ.l ton"of .oldest jesittie '-I than it wa, In the past and is I'the building* could comfortably ac- style all his owuanj iha!iC tliJifortanes If they don't IMS go&d.he home after the surrender of Le to i Editor's Note: The following history of the Ten Thosaaajad Island -

deniiot l pis and, baa been living rapidly.developing !into tine of the com nodtt *ill the%upils of the had a well developed ap.d keeif tJntt has bat 'ew hearers-nearly Grant at Appomattox, they thought II ; by C. Roy Watson, appeare in the columns of '"The Aaaeriia -

the''continuously for the past really great industries of this'part j schcol.>' tar sense of humor. The f1tt all are children and women. The that they would hare a little moneyto | ,le." pualiahed at Batero Florida on January 6, 13. 29 and

thl tr.-op'e errs;having first seen of Collier.County* More meI1)j) j t Allhgngh\ the first school builds which these items appear 81q" I. ones are tOO busy fishing to lli- take np again the cultivation of 27. 1927. This article. or rather'this series of article, gives the

> tae ,UW bi(17,w ,/art ago. probably engaged in fishing thai:1 I I unto wasjslt' built until 189; the given below; and we ten about the future mishaps. their lands. But the money which most complete and vivid picture of the Ten Thousand Islands tAat

: Ait1& t. there wer% only six In all the other enterprises oa advantages of an education were with July 23. 192$: ', _: : I they possessed proved to be of little it has ever been our privilege to read. The articles attic being published -
,families ,ysfoi&va the Jsfand, The Cholcoloskeo Island combined. 1'offered to the people of the settlement .sy I value and they returned home by special permission of the editor of The American ,,
,;'. oldea otohesfr esidknts wu*C. O. If t e'lafen 'reabufees of Choko for many years prior to this We have had no rain this w ito k ,ingest 22, 1925CIOKtit.OSKEE penniless. If it had not been fora and we >rich to express our appreciation to him, and to Mr. --

;*$: tKlnax aBdliia'famn,. The other loskee Island wce"ie eloped, however time. One of the younger women speak of and weather just fir. I I few men-.stockholders and slave son, for permitting as to reprint them here j

wttle Diving 04 the l l .at the fj&lnj industry need not on the island'maintained a school} ly good mercury ranging like the:: Fla. August owners-in every locality the
this time wei* Nicholas '.Sanlini be the only tndds tf7 on which the and taught the children of the community Last Saturday just'before itinric.t 22 192!? We have'had some Rain Southern States would have suffered (This little history wH dfftwr on the same mission ao douBgn-

4, ana faiJtfy' >os pk tntana :and citizens pf fhe.con ualb are sole for a nominal fee." The 79 and at 2 p. ni, 90; Sunday |3 this week and warm weather also worse than they actually did up at a time when a ne( era wa I spired by thp same soar a
ta jrily,*.delphus Santini and famandtifra. ly dependent' 'As'has been previously ;shoot founded In 1898 was, how at 2 p. m., *85; Monday ?ff'd with'mercury Ranging like this These men were conscript officers, dawning in the Ten Thousand la-IPonce de Lon They becamfc -

nT J.ft, John Brown, and .stated thjcultivation of tomatojr ever a. free school.* I land 2 p. m. 88; Tpesday'i0 and at lasf Saturday lust before sunrise and had bees left behind to take lands and it seemed that the old titute and were settled in a -

i .a .biQ b 'ie ntme of .Murphy.erfnrae T'W !at"one time the most So great bas the interest of the '2 p. m 89; Wednesday. 80 and It I 82 at 2 pm, 92 Monday at 2 urn.. care of the'Widows and orphans in eat generation of settlers was fast tag oa the .islands by 'Sequ

lhide wan fefjtffachief p rotjble .business oh the island Islanders become in?education that 2 p. m.. 89: Thursday.SO and,at l 84; eootj Rain Tuesday 78; at 2pm. the Confederate.'Statee.There paseiqc. The author spent many the father or Cariossa who

.Dc joccupations} Of thejimhabltafita,as It'ti..t and tfiereVa! ao reason why it it waefopnd.necessary; to build an 2 p. m., SS Friday. 88 andat 2P ., 90$ Wednesday 78 at 2 ]m. was no industry. I have hours listening to t|* yarns and to persuade that their quest

t+ ilay. fltl>o,s>;the cultivation should not again achieve this position. addition';:[tq the school during-.the m.. 89; Saferday (today. S:. W t 50} ; Thursday 79 at t 91 Fri- known cases where men would reminiscences of the old timers of r hopeless

'of Jom toes ajtC truplcal fruits or The cultivation of the past year. The building has been have had no1 Indian! .this were\ 47 81. ft pm.. 87: Saturday (today work for fifty cents a day; buyingone the paimy days long past Th I Indiaac Setitoi fleet
?tbe-winter wafkefs in.the north avocado also possibilities which enlarged to a vei r large extent Lat Sunday.we saw several creatures ) 89i.ur tooth ,carpenter left basnet of sweet poUtfcfts with islander are realty "ry rich in[ I| When the Spaniards first

also aurf h are to be Beckoned with; as thl and many of,the modern educational here with the low bif& i. and oso reacher also' (Brother three days' salary. Meal _Rae a the lore of adva&kjf t ad &DeC'dote. their attention to this section
+ fruit Is coming to be' considered facilities which it has not previously lightening- seenied'to be quit JolTjf.. -ulit aa):t2atih'the good L6rd we luxury which was enjo.ed' few light hearted fat sad a SitU J; found a tall rae of Indians o

"tkhaJ' Trad n Brfched mor. and, more a delicacy '.tC'thnorthern e. 'possessed have beea' In Some of our lofica liavj\ red% Lave o Yow Bush Lightnjnij people. although some of the more i gedy. I aca 'indebted .to Cap j keya. graceful well feafurodI
: Ian tsle3ntyAt Hthls time present- States thaaMt has in the> stalled. % fever again butyg" :' want o ij r lig :! 9rt.eiJ, jEPods; 'one of the energetic of the men would take John F. Horr. UM late C. 'G. !Mc I \ nearly naked but accordn!

O ,a settle t ustlinf attivIf I I past 7 Thg demand f< the avoco* The school has'always had the little noses dgwn.4 grindstoae ie iJ9) :" "lUito,a racket last Sunday their families into. the woods and Kinney. J. M. BarffeM. OMe Hbll, evidences in the barest p -

6g11tavq- s deed to Jay In\the I do?Jsfconstantly, growing.jr ., which. most efficient and .capable teach trying to gr&d "'out.. yearly 1 -'&n& "got'/ the pealing on the kill enough game tto supply them ;Capt. Wm. l>. :'coHJer.ajeo. Iadai:. there had b""n large medium _
R'tturbOt take-oH a cargo of 1. 'Indicatlon.of tais fact er4 it has 'l>een.possible obtain monthly,;payments. for: such ade" knot that was tied. la his backbone with meat Many of them also. George Startea7;, Chx 'eon ed and short squat races of "
II1.u\1- } '
-h- -.1si* sh1 e4ttKey JVoL..where' .* ,, k.,.. Miss Annie JMfctcalf Was.:the .first .' Y"C'bi" --- t.pip Jti1P tr1 veUng, ,t Anne killed:'enough ta self,._ at' .fami'i 'feetDtutkMr W-- : 4itaaesbbur ; diane here and theca at time
tJ\t.hipp received'wur and '1IJo" teach ..... ,
.' : However, the land on Chokdy Wraerl8Ta;- "tiez* 'i 6.tioPe tnrW a t'tvt .9 "TA A <&<* -.1 J
i ihaltc4nt l -wullcl tot the fish, .loskee Island la 'also capable of are many Linen and, women Jiviflgtm fish house. Fishing is Iairry. late in the evening'hr got'a Bof- W -7 '. Uo"'lfi. f ragian eau of tae i it ,!',

minus, freight charges and the 'raising) guavas Spanish limes the Island today .who received now.Mr. 1 tie of Df. porters Healing oil and r jtluiit For > tiring :,ot.oM a 'WoIra aU .. .likely sr Mound Ky) crnfrsile

cpiLof t th$ salt. which was tived. income I i cypadillas citrus fruits and -* their early edueiUoi. from her. The C. G. McKinney has, befit t t flxei it up O. X and la still'on the These mea would build! little byte and to the Fterti Utor1cal Society aroitV of the Indians m &ut'J' ,-:
'cases a Ii a preservative. i r all tropical and subtropical teacher for the, next tens, which himself a small lighter 16feet; Job.. empty Bottles and Bottle and shacks with- cabbage palm for the we of their facilities; Florida. and was very htfiuwnffej'

Snallwood pointed out that as a: fruits; and there las.uo ie opens i ii( September.. baa alrtady long, about four feetwide and bone 5 stoppers is In good demand. Mr. C. leaves and when) the game commenced In tae work. through Florida In in r&ti.' -
tesult of tills deduction the sate of I[why the cultivation of these fruits been'' engaged- of those off and oa ..engineswhich C Johnson from Henderson creek to become scarce around fag taeniseivo with this chief it i, '

the}sh 41dlnot net the Inhabitants should not some day I drives it -up' to Everglades was down with his. family visit their camps they weak} move a It, has been difficult to get accurate I chiefs the P pani;h dubbed hfc-
a--etJ,Ju., -sum; but the fishing prove as profitable In. a very reasonable ?Unie. and ng. Relatives; and Friends this little further South, following the dates in many dtaH However Carlos from the reigning Spajri' -

trade must have been sufficiently Smallwood.as. fishing believes.is to-day. Mr. FINE Mi'SERVICEENJOYED. brings down" a ton of .stuff very .+-elu.and Mr. John Brown and game. When the young boys in I this little bifi ory will serve I / king. Thus came the Cariossahs' x -.='

lucrative to .enable one to live easy. : family trom Everglade was down these families grew up they took at least ae an outline aDd compen Ghee and the 1 rariossas or iat-+
I- We have few sand.l1i: the a after their fathers and practically( I dium of the historic data of th
and well for there The raising of sugar cane also a ; also visiting we have.had a few in- !I Calooaahatcr.f and Catoosa lulls ,
was ja ore fishing: done in and offers possibilities. In fact morning We very' seldom have titans this week 'fishin[ is pretty* all of them became hunters. and section until a better effort i i ana, by uadArThe Spanish sir .r
about Cbokolortee during this many of BY PEOPLE them here on this side of the key earned a livelihood in this way.I made. Readers are urged ,to sup ( the Indians ,,1'inJIr. wooden aId

ea Y\J erl04 of Its lifatory than in cane raising was the occupation for I They are very busy little efeaturej.July .good. This']lIlng of game for money ply-the author with any corrections -t thatch-cove buildings built j' _
practically any other part of what' many of the inhabitants a : continued until Barron G. Collier. or additional facts that may II the shell mounds and ridges an '
number much of the cane I .
( iD your On111er'CotYnt7. years West for INHApIfINC, ISLAND "' *' .".* Seplembe'r, 1925 of New York came Into ----; come to their mind while reading described them somewhat in a*
carried to Key 1925.
-n om'Key West the fish were being 30. ::- We have had a .rather cool week of large tenets of land in this section the work. U i* to *e hoped ttail I In thl'lrujous reports an
chewing purposes. In later "eanthe | We-bave had a fairly coot week
,I \ of the country and brought other will come forward with journals. Thw "
nipped. to Cuba and other coun for'.August with-mercury ranging I iadians. wh
of cane became less with
chewing for July and a few showers. about the creation of Collier Coun-
tries.. Ths demand for the fish likjr this: Last Saturday just before'sunrise their reminiscence-aa Capt. Collier j were the most formidable of an
the people of Key Residents of* Last
Choko- t
popular among mercury ranging like.-this. : "
continued. .to 'Increase for, a number then 80,and at<2 p, m. 90; ty.Mr. and Mr. MeKtna y have already in Florida soon fell out with tl!,
West and the cane was Saturday just before sunrise Stat ; .Collier that the
of )ear, and Chokoloskee i I and losKe>Have Had Ef- Sunday 77 and at 2 p. m. 90; Mon soon saw enactment done.-C. R. W.) I Spaniards end J fought ao refWlr'
I made into
and syrup 2 2 P.
ground P. M. 89; Sunday 74; at of wise and sane game
Increased in population Ja y"7 7and at'2'pm. 91 Tuesday; To write the history t fully that Spanish Interest
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p'tdlyr i old resident a Ysoon
sugar. E. J. Watson an icie'nt Postmasters. M. 89 Monday 74 and at 2 P. M. laws.. spas absolutely accessary '
on.al(< the characteristlfs -I'I'and"took I Chokoloskee used to makeat 7&.and at 2p_ _. m. 84Wednesday country like the Tea Thousand l lost in tins' section >ti ttlt>
of 90: Tuesday 78 and 2 P.-.M. 80; for tfut.'protection,of what Uttte
.bf i fishing\,ettlement Men f f7g and at 2 p. m. 92 Thursday 78 Island of Florida would appear 1660-9 a permanent Cathoim!,
; least five thousand gallons ocane The Wednesday 74. alil"at'2 "P.: M. 81: !game was left. The deer were
came here from other parts of the and always ftrattiost.ffice at Chokolos t and at p. m. 8?' with cool winds at first glance to be neatly a job priest wan f-stablihhud in thM \1-
a 74 90 i and
syrup year Thursday and at P, .A. practically exterminated quail /
'conprry, attracted not alone by kee was established by the government ; J from Pie Ncntby 76 nad at for a naturalist if at aH, due to rintt with the <'aJ eso Indies
found a ready market Friday 78 and at H P. M 89: Saturday -; ['other wild fowls were not very f
the money<16 be gained from engaging Bananas Offer Possibilities about the year 1886. For (today) 78 ,. 2%' nu'Saturdaytoday) 76. 'plentiful, and the abuadancfe of the light sad apparently recentIlI8ttfemellt ?f; and ta 1668 a local chief ..ppl'to t

'in the fishing ,business. Still another trade which thpeople e I many years this was the only ., We have had no evidence low- game which Used to exist existedno of tae aoeUon. Bat the the bishop at Havana for a-"
but also by'th. Tfun of the gamer of Chokoloskee might profitably i post office-in this vicinity and basin lightning- this week. They I i longer. Mr. Collier cooperatedwith I aatoanding areas W aointto and other. A mission had been started

as, one' -ot prominent citizens develop Is the cultivation I served the people of Everglades I We have had Tew-Indians this jjsen* {ff & exporting now. We are the officials! of the new county high shell lands built ap by titfl li at Carlos in 1567. but.the pries ;

of Chokoloskee- e 'described It '' and marketing of bananas. The 1 which was then known as Chokoloskee. :week and some drunk ones, WS t getting, along welL Some of the however, and did everything Indiana, however tadicates an..- ancient t were" 9Mssarre coos afiereTJw.

Tomatoes Raised climate which Chokoloskee enjoys as well as its own people. have to thank the Good Lord ttat youngsters arelearnlu'r to make posible to bring about the enactment I and extensive oce paUon"by' f. .Caloosa are generally: "or",
and the land of which the island I Mail service was pox dally as now we have plenty of lowwbush: light prettes.Dc.pipes. of the game laws which now the Red Men. A ra4ie loai .Series' j ceded to harp been largely ,,'

The raising of tomatoes for the Is composed is admirably adapted I but was"'once-: week In the winter enlng now and prospecls' is goo4.. Sir. G. Lopez and brother have protect the deer, quail, and other of cartographfe rtartrt with tile ,I, Choctaw or Muskokiaa' origin wit

winter market in the northern to the raising of bananas; and i and o l.te-.a.month In the sum for a plenty. for a long time to tlhnt.dOWDtheir fishing for the wild life within .the boundaries of Spanish occupation and the outfit !. i iaflueaees from the Arawaku or
pojuoa of the United States. however 'this trade will some day be one mer. The malt was brought from come. The good book tells US|;resent and. are now fishing for Collier County. have not bee completed or stabilized l rib Indlaws. Their Unscuaj '

Braved profitable, and a .of the most profitable trades on Ii Key West by sailing vessels and to thank the Lore'tor everything j f! the The'.Tee boat folks. .' .i Hurricanes Not Prevalent as yet A geodetic survey w.8 Choctaw and the evldenr;: *
so we, of course, feel are Newport has to Key I to be made by W
large cumber ot the settlers at the Island. it is believed That we gone from their show
distributed after its arrival here. pea- remains consid]
Chokoloskee engaged in this business As ou.o would naturally expect the dOln&our duty when we thank West to carry the salt fish they ,. J chednied to finish the' 1I"e stable versatility and .
are. and f
some continued the fish sailinz has also been one of the people living in Everglades Him fir the lowbush ..lightening t caught before' they closed down. would like Florida; and particularly near future. The numerous lit. commerce and influences <
business alas Tbs tomatoes how chief interests of the natives otCbokoloskee coming to Chokoloskee". for their and anything J tbaTcomes7 along We had Uncle Jim Daniels to see this section of florida. vtrjr toh. Eagitoh. Preach a ad fatfiana Mexico lhf'1'11I1 ladies, from

ever brought a high price in the Island for many portion of it us this week' from Marco. lie re much if it were not for those names through the section lads. north of endpoints

aorta and'dgring the years when f years. In years.gone by, it issserted C. G. McKinney .was the first Mr. G: Lepz aDd his brothersare forte that be had been spendIng ,terrible hurricanes. They assert cate-lhe varied pocMMioa bore as I ing s aurinp pcopip YhJrlda-tbp.y Fortaneda.' bO'-

the cultivation of tomatoes nourIshed that Chokoloskee rivalled postmaster oa the Island' and for near. ready to-gOq salt ,fish- some time at Everglades Inspect- j that \ man cannot possibly re- else where In the state, that is described I Spaniard held captive a'
many ship loads ot this vegetable Marco Island as a port, and presented I many years 'filled this post faithfully Jng. .*- ". ; lag the,material of the County 1 1 iyjga anything in this country I in the general history of years by fire ralfryBas In this oiii'.'
were sent to Key West from a busy appearance to the and'well. -Although the compensation -' Jail house. We did not hear him that should he plant or build: he Florida. I foD d.wrrbed' 'them hHiru KaUly.
w1 itch point they were shipped to casual observer. Some of the people was smaUr) .he spent a Mr. George Storter'and his bro testifying of its good or bad_qualities. never knows when his house or his It He mpnti'
woaW SMO that this of I1prt number
New York 'City and other points. of the Island still Indulge In i great deal of'his time In the de- ther. Rob'and their families havemoved We suppose he found, it pas. crops it'C j -destroyed b"|,.tropical I Florida was the first to M nan towns >lu South Florida a In 1W5 oC

the raising bt tomatoes gradually tailing, but this occupation Is rap- j i velopment. of- the poet office, andendeavored' down from Staples"] .io,fish' "8Ibl .' y 1 storm. My reply-u\thl state-r I erect as well as file lat to atsccr-kxr re-- TODK, Tuchi. SOKO. No.mTiBips _

v- declined and then the cultivation Idly dwindling and the interest {) td tmp11Jvethe mail this season-he e.4' 'Mr/D, D. House- has been to see maul; is that I have'een twentyyes' CDvere4.. Ponee d> Leon Seeded Slnaps. Sina. sea Metaepo. Sar."
ot avocados!arose to.take Us place. which ao apparent is ,service at"every turn. He was Instrumental !t> this week from. .Naples. He pass without a hurricane in -
was once ? I first at Ca|>e Sable flit!> aa4 pado. Cala > I :. Yagua.G .
'- This enterprise' like its predecessor gradually- Wins ground.The I In'bringing about the Mr. Henry Thompson has. been jwas accompaoied by his friend, Mr.N f this country and despitl the pre- .
worked v Muepa.
aorta along ter Ws t i rasltoa. Tpr' staCoyovia r
flour bed' for a number geneWl toTe of Mr. Small- creation of tife Everglades post office .'gone about ,a, week 911 the. l'e.- P.Sio. ; ,a Real Estate man. 'dictlons of amateur weather propfa- Coast ta fete seaat4t t Tmum. T, ,
fcVie toira- r.
uemapo )-
of; yea>.:', but 'gradually declined.There wood serve i the citizens of the I in iS92f; and was also respon- Port down the Coast for .cocoanuts -.: % e a that hurricanes are bound to l lain ef ,r stift to tnacbJa.'Lulseyorp sod two other.
j sible for many pf. the improvements for folks the Coast. occur xlariag the eqalnoxjal period gtobmf.fifmtt
are still up
avocado trees i
.many community 'admirably. Mr. Small f Coma
itt th. servica tit'C1Jokolosbe. September 18, lW'W" every yMr I feel'qiiit confident,I may Bfa M ateeg i1' e at av ,
on.the. Island: auf the fruit which carrie\i I
well :
wood a complete and he 'west 'Kmafrwoi hid Spa-ash
bate tad weather TsatfNP also. map as a uttle nor i
AagUt.9 / some warm that Florida will not see another,
these:'trees produce Is the finest assorted ;J 1-, .
stg|ik of goods and one came from of Css* Sable. At -
1' I The present-postmaster. C. S, We have had warm this week and some rain and hnrrfeaue. And another nice thing Cto&s Jke.lAjHUH* the tlm6 c-f the
Dth' land but little the some days i
: very of practically anythinghe {
can pnrchaf 1 Semhu! War
Sraallwood ha*, served 1n this capacity -ibis some> coot evenings : and north about ( fi itast U it rates j there werr 'hro -"
; this country
fruit** lrV : week-the atercatq I [vaUea .ad etra .Hr.4
shipped o- tslde. Mr. desires(from this store, be It ranting aid t :,[ !adieu villages -
{ for>21 n&r first took Rinds Mercury has been ranging forty pear Royal! Pair!
He- like thtst.Last Saturday, .Juirt before I: < for forty boors er even for i:how it could be rfftfe !
SmaUwoo4..kUeTe. that if this rocerifiSStry goods or hardware. Due to Hamewtck, '-
the pot In Uoa. and as lled It sunrise. j tike this; Let Saturday Jut txfore -. days and,.forty jagbtaV our land ia I i notably -nojel' a
78. 2 8gjr Mr. Colitor's the !
trade were exploited It would net The store enjoys a good business at p. m,4; efforts fcere. la adtown{i I Kiaathla-ocbee'ft
its backers ever stoce. Apparently the ?> o- Sunday. 78 at 2 m. 88 M saarise 84 and at2'p.. m. 84; just as blgh-oatTjfthe.vwter w&eo is befog drained and fs town anIriishalloway's
; s large return andwould'befell.worth end at the present time an addition ;, ndar.l being made ,
,- ; pie of tha,1$4n4! are satisfied with 80 at 2 p. m, n=.Tueday; Sunday 7T at 2 p. m. 83;; Monday the rain stops 8. it was when. it ready f r. iWvatian.Tata [nWn all noted in '
the time
and built
Is being so that a larger 75 Ih. war as cbi''f. of
the manlier la which he conducts 2 and:at 2 p.. m. 80; Tuesday 75 CODIm the Sennnof ,
trouble which -would ; p TO. 91; Wednesday. 78.: late win be suitable for
be necessary and better stock of goods than. i Is I J ..
the affairs i of (and at. and' 78
In'Its dev'e1ot/-Q1t1Sl'The the post'ol'tce at 2 p, m. 80; Wednesday | feet that Collier county has practically kind of
.bt Jut September destroyed hurricane may at present available.carried by the store there U e'tti-.TeaSCB, why they Fort Myers was left at";'e1. and at 2'p.jtn, 78: Thursday 75 and the greatest and brightest future Sugar ease stay may be grown crop her fHI w. Iwptoaled "
many be should b*. for he has them where it at. 75 and at 2 State of
of the trees; but these Assured! gives was taken "by ;blot to p. u89; Friday I of % county in the abundance; tomatoes avocadoei,
Yvri could be Proper Development better mall service' during, his teaI I Caxambas. It remafard'VeTnijbtIn Pf m. 89; Saturday (today) 7S.'We Florida because of its beautiful situation firm frills, and all other dada! of ; The Utlte oit; of gold that the
Replaced, very little effort ,' The population of Chokoloskee'at J'ureof office than they have previously Caxambas. going to Chofcol&s- are all4>n th.mnd now. W* I : the excefltiithunting and tropical and sab-tro fruits|i Uoantards m? Trn the Caloosas

more trees could could be set out and the present time Is one hundred enjoyed; and is always bathe :kee ti. foUowing iay. tinder the have had meetings every day this :fishing W be'had here/and all other may oe prod wtthovt iqaj difficul' were evlden'iT mporsAd} from om-

CbpkoloskrV become one of and fifty. The citizens of t look&at for new methods of new arrangement it -rfll ga dt- week and:rt night also. Some ofUw I manner of sport; That this U a ty. A few years brace all this j)side source. 'T Captured from -,
ie1Tftortea.thV-jgreatjMt'avocado; producing Chokoloskee sbow an active Interest doing things) for on. saver hears reel to Everglades and win be old ':feack-slWer are trying healthy place to live cannot be land will be t adr a. and '"pSBlsh *bipb "Truae (from Me it-o

ttthe t. southwest Florida ,'lathe affairs of their common a word pf di atJd.t1o. forwarded,from there iauaediately.. hard to. get back to God. Brother .disputed I have raised a family instead of a swamp and wilderness that were iI- 'x u.! .ithe coast

pi..eatlme.& however the : ity. 'and do- everything possible for The jatest:improvement which is thus speeding up the, service by Babe -Walddea.; Crews'and Townsend I of nine children and a doctor' bas there will be a Mt,0f sugar cane 1I e Solo MAP-! .. oo his wii julth\Uri potatoes and of a TOj j I jits. good. A. road is being built being contemplated and which wfll some 14 hours -' are dsinc their best to have ]never entered my house. orange grovea. pefratt tr* a, j rh.i.' ,rold upon findidjE
oadooasls- rtjfcwdlns to Mr. Small- .across, the island which will be a soon become effective results from This new ir SaTfr alVlftme itomeot Land If DrainedMr. rack that
them and
arrang u cot and doing farms; 'and prMftsroqs ; tome or laei! raid came from
..wood', woefully neglected. [vast Improvement some clearing the change:In ,the fcchedulof the yet gone Info eflfecV but it wtnb I good. We.expect some folks fromNaples I Collier_own? thousand of I little farming connaoalti will t|ehe north One Punrr in his wrifj -
FfcliUr "If. Chief "o try ){of land b being done and p Everglades- bas As a nultof 1 coae effective-*-soon rU the .|oalgbt to help laces: of land along the Tamiami spring ap sling the Tamiami Trail j ton opinioned that t bfjut any rr"pj -

rishtng, It seems, is still the cress is being made'In several other this improvenwat the malt will arrive ]post office department, which has l Trait la yearn 'gone 1)f I have ;The days of isolation are over. anda i Ron of thr aiorr4a Indian- --."

"chief.IadU8try.o( the Island, Many.! directions. at::Chokoloskee' .day earlier j already given Ua coft)eat totnaV .S We -haTe Tjot seen ,aay 8tfr.tbeml'often wondered, as J passed new era rs dawning for sotah- carried dray t '*" West. Ira.'a. EaR f .

T: ti.< 'inhabitants of Chokoloskee I That Chokoloskee Island has than formerly.. Under the old 1 the chiAge tsauaa orders to'the fe'"Low-buih Ughte&ing I Uftoagh this coaatry. If this land!1 western Florida and Collier county. slaves} at;; .< 'U'g r.j ,,*>F.'

aye, en.e.st ,fia. tMsoce Batioa at (Continued on parr scb.edu the mail forwarded front ]post offices- affected. (Continued on ] would ever be made fit for eultiFrTTTII- : (ContinUed v a p4 ; .- _

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- ?1P THE COLLIER cnrrtfTY NEWS Thursday Anlust 25,1927 -
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: JfeT ?zFaIfl1 15,7 drNfl.cbY, th stauIa2uJ.u1v7 J>* e |* ar"a -- =sasei-'TK t: wue jprdware lying about ska??- .4%* -
COLLIER cQTNT IIe&t engeme .- wth 94 "fad."influx*thi* njade thetaan libuddiflg4fld .caJi ; :jlon.eratIea j-- cj ect of the homes' that eaibt a*dvteat

;IPM % sactjpn b wecu, 183| !t4 hilLi, SqW kaYe dYj4 thninadtbe ia *Jbe years
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-_ and kls-.body s3: bur1e4Aaokk ,- i., the, Me ,that if was.an otfVxjruS wien li& e m Jobn Wesics. the fimt of tfcepreBCBt
p.c1be'akaatd.o -aiset1e.. r18s7Isaj i-rIUL1 ian. 4. fifixfir*? bu-ikliag xo3.cL.irom. homtPtae ui5isI.Lily..p1a.ut: ; lad tat4ng-a-sn2a generatren jfa fMtMt*

E. W. Russell ; away He Js,commemorated J y- a John lee Williams published Paradise Key to Cap* Sable broke jag aa interestios gardea of flow-" unimportant stream south of the mentioned before id these pag s.
SeeftaryTreasurerEntered 7- statue before the capitol building most remarkably complete aM1a- Jnjto the top of a curious grotto era and trees about the house. Fakahatchee. MorganaPass was settled on tie north of Mien) (CosS

a* second-class matter.August 24, 1923, at,the Th t at Tallahassee. j jor f-/Shied book, -Tif; Terrier//; b aT which large stalagmites were r Xatf! !P named from U'5 wreck a01- [River, now known as the Brows
i4g,8fl) a idefbflg9d feuni uidic tlnKthat-the area Marco,"at ie timajlled >falco, 'schooner a .$*te. He bought the iapror-

Office t Evergldaes, Florida Tjr aqs. mtiaj nap ojFioridL Ijis mapaImnpiI3 gone tbroBgh alons eraWe -P- was the most'' 'important portr Iq from its h tI, on the pUce from Bill Clay : '
? well asWeatber1ig.O5 ihe section. -'It t ks built by hIs Powell two plume -
aldng-h lowe u14TineItt :h1al and'iubsldenc as up !g"er, Panther A ; partner.
SUBSCRIffILE up to Bsaclssplaces AjsqLi: great ( ateevarde the eflrsetic CaptaltIflr. W'! c* [from-being iM0ftedT w 1 era who were only in the coan- pflwCt'iyIll.l
fish the. lolaUy tnown ar short time and wete regarded
ia' for
and ar*< composed af liblevarietigs and variety of data worke [ TheJVr supply of" spectlve anintfls. Chathfe a
One Month .'. .'IS: ,. ;:.. .. .. -SO was' B Jockeli.
** salt waters in this sec- Bill, and one of family of as improvement as
gfj. shellfish only; Ifk* largely by his own travel autr ytL1e.sen -fresh -MO and river were likely named"'ay I IsF
Three Months ... .-...*-. .75 marvelous now but the twelve children. He arrived at Capt. Collier also dealt with thsa
oysters, tjamsand conchs that ,cc- 53 and 1887. ton seems some Englishman( who sa -
SiLMOflth3AW .-.--. ....--*. . 12f1 rInnn1atPd1i : ii rj, "" a& feu ad--' ojd timers wjy came here, "*/fJthe Marco wttbrair: father-hr 1870 at? -jj; tohIdff'i1 when locating *t Marro.I W .ks

One Ynr .-. T.-...&... .. ... .. . . They arc not. water worft4tsi] 'are"drift L .at a-.IecAi.wt Civil War say that the fish ter wreck and adventures at sea I was. _accoaitCKleO by"4 IrrotSCT: -St- -- F_
-- 'lEaft fecin 16bIffOtUtO8d -w ;
"i n lTsr"Mb.; bedajlacesra 11r pride the Caximft.a. novrf known were many times"hibFe plentiful -: ed for Luther Barnes a4 tU'lalah or td
-iii j- : j&|OHB| -? "fltiGu te3ihsretbgehl1 ;aj Marco Pa Hi""d 99rbed1| f6en.| Some leTTaboW; two Jears, togs 1! -forged< shed ime and bviltB'P 'River and Isis I -e$. stopped* Sad a 4h abort tf *l4d bt the
a 4"'irfsort ( 4
i arco Island as. "Cajloiha tsIaA ; tqvtn general Uhat name. A ,! I-buik kitlocation bii UDS5th '- -Os
.- } ; : tp use |6r road acISg, P Ut1Ir7 -sid; the grouaQf isjaiidi ie-its vicinitjr tofJnsb Utgl ste&i' along' the store and a shipyard, Operated -, pumpkins were' gro eat of'the Ro* sad 14IuIW&

In an article appearing elsewhere in tbs issue the many fl wstJ :- as tie. Caiimbai,"x lie, GmU from G arMle ?af time 0* %in to I I coastwise ships induced acannelr'lo en old Indton f&M at ; The -

natural c ourcw3rll| ko fffn >t"afe nVegton| and epft4! 1MB1' $ o i4I4I.d? a John Durant from Savan- d.poniaUO. At the came locate lere, developed' Jey- Hr at' $*MMIK" -,IUv rafter -

are, as isjeadTfy seen. vagtd ioaju .Wo\th? e| a.| pbjereer worked skell, koti an*-atone, ire _n t7194 m C eaU fishinjimack colored arid operated a dredge, _to get rzrky wf w ?_, aa nS Mr-Aita.
however it would seem that Ijttle has been done on the is* found, Uifog jhoijt ft::3jjI}l a* iellftrejis t9wnaj and % njs!o planjtcr 'aj I Ih'rojigh an'area' ot: thtf copper Gulf about clims,influenced, CQndocte.d |he. post. fflceattrf bottom, and so on. There are still Stortef SV. aad. hii -aon. Qeorti-
and be could 8 l tigburjs 4rden otsi&t apparently Goodlaad Point, and in. walerT>oning ufln / getting" road dome {UWOodd islands to/ in f.Ir., BOW ludge S oritr. settled OBAjtea
land of Cho gloskyc fq deve 4bt .'jl srfsojw; es. eouth and west of San.rweL dowfa the toast tobis nape
zG enterprise
djcated. tha there mfles fcivit fportalid for
were, other r the hipeldlso, wflh U \olnti I and a TMT
r not help jut yonder yfyf! thrir dff joj>nijijt Ija* !?*<" neglected, ia jTqine"places are 25 feet p1 iIj.y' ; 14-- *LmeY4 **.t t5 a time when the county was a -and bi.ye-fr4 dianbeis.1djat f Iii%11. tSW Hit-did returned .in

The answer to this question is evident after we carefully consider Fp height_ and gfnejrsiUy lay In Indian flsn(, ten' It inches k poor little affairof-g;<=K)9) people can tip the reader off to the fact 1 1887. George.'Sr.. iatattd a*, the .cb

several facts. 4i3iIe waiOilkaU.t1it -. ;.. r un inrser praBtations ann Te and -centered rnostfj at Fiwt. 1jerJ, 55" that he still has a chance-tob >. jjjcaaeal, sits of 1npoIt ..IQ.TtS.Ji. .

Until recently.. Cbotolpskee Jias probably been jhe most iPpejt0 baye. b e r3.n tte produce was profitably sold to five roJnsieat' ? }.through live m1is-nor1h.-ililstathi- comer immortal to haM?** cHUn* 'A tC -. .
: 4LL i2tban EIotht : tie it killed" *1I!! 'the iJsU la the heavily f rota the raw materials of h1arhdrdSr'a vkrar. tn1louwWId! .
u9J4t4QI i1J Clb x Cti1y :awtiiC way tpr c* oe&, Upfil 'ffled & Spanish fctieries in Una 5-- 191 -
sri4. In e.h! the county and was a real -assetto .. .... -7-
(op ,;bat .roaf ter. Thifrsif then later js oj qiis cJLtL Hsalso 4esfrlbeii a. trjfi pimp noIwere : this g *PlXo** "bAsi"iS IOs P
1mmese q4tnt.Wei. the state's welfare. dapt. Cot- the'eetttett' ttd"Wut : 6e
I to
duct 6ut a1q it wt4&t4 ib7 ? iti2r24uin&ii. It is thoUght by eKperti, and-cojrpborated up4b: ter apareL -COt-ice1 ilrely, b0' tb.0a .
-fc t % %WBb that PaIn Hirer> an< menlhjaed tnpttjVanjte Adgi1 aon her rpjate hj* reminiscences in Callivait'a River or-bo
Then, too. other sections .oChc tate-: wee producing 1gh ?-- > 1i thiw
$ bjan1es Fcik
that tite the | iryero Jt Con April 16. .
tropical and sub-tropical fruits,'Vf 00>lS *i> ; cpjjp- fish ponds s-ere Bl x.HT.mounds .eAclosyrf.bythf IAt-ct it iisVin.ee. The C {price down'to th.e.jbottpmf 1l lee- 17 arid 19. 1.92f; fecf$ Interesttngly.( ware as described in- J aabiy .IrtMebeit teas etMrn SMMPi- Mi.t

ittes to meet the demand'ndbcinia.dosex touch with tHf out i-lJIa'it [ .. $- ana restricfef ih"quanyabey Tom ltob rta Quitted at Cax- _1g, Lad s 1&tih table with all! P1
side world, were able' if) 9jcf tfutt tQoiJs qJfc markrt nchmorequiFkJy ure tou djiere iid1 there lotto* -waa, useas % sjuytajwM uj *- Jco.uld fcH '.tn. jft'l a large ambas and was.su.ccee.ded by CaptChas rt'lX'a1zn1Uer oi to- '-<*?-<(8--rkJi'.SeJ-jJ., ? J f" >=--* some in ,JlghpIa"cs! They uej, the Banana, RloaJr. ISTfeet length day. .that can be reach I bj .
4ban) jhe |5/nd./) ms-urter' hindered the development botk as.bjfiat flunds iaVuot fishing boats and,tha, aaUve* erj fschooT: ; of blackfish VM4 isOro together Johnson and-fn turn by 3. W.BaTfleld. south gftl Crom UHiTjfis."Roberts : PsrirtnisHrlrtjlJ i Mrf Tb4O11i> 6ttlrv3#t
land 1)IIJ. a'nd.
of it natural for cultivating eh brotejr. Jlrf Barfield
moprccs... points. Those 04 jfegtta 85 eUH S, -U> Lr&1tgrat4Jg -andFdted Letters d s
tFt& land as o ff i> -? -- 4n4s tttJm -tiTt end of force Island give aSfound- t_) ; ion th. TaCapeEnaanb built aii & generaVl*tore and a resort -I Dave Roberta who stuttered and out charm mad beauty. ---Everglade: 1
result. turned o Sstng. Thr I asgod fishing rgbtat t i3c3door. r log views aver Jhe''surro indIng S OL Pc n -. hotel oh a hill known as the I Was nicknamed SheDave," steeleTf

am tswinti : Lccnu ttc3rry *_ this country. 5orae of these moijds 1} the ,islands hare "na general 45au8t-- -- re "HeightsItia hotel,- built in at F kaattfe 4rE'RWefsf
k-1ecu stUr.'earjh- probably the most -beautiful spot 18TOflohw1tb "Tils WISUflrpli
tiade.could be made at home. knowledge oj. than 'iepejtl W nu- ;
Those conditions are cornroencing to change, b weyer. and- siqi'm. ;" 'The'"Hndin M1 Wa ing tbe.CtyJ) werous uIn Ihealnland; fo? in Florida,- entertained a host of Peter. Tflrm add Billy t&jelaey l
have aearly alf!1 been ken/eut of Wet the -1iiJqj& oatjLJmdwit a| '-- the Civil War" sportsmen and nature lovers; and] Roberts XUffllroagaer 'ttSSrff ais attl 1i4
Koon Chokoloskee will- -jbl-greatest fruit producing "some, Urn a| er *
qf .ojjjf $ ; was closed three -yeircfego by a
the stat. loaI Sat, featsu.tha.t. diseilekIgI4'bXea farmed and'thhed'there atu11n6a fet fiH. Xce4MkmS"'
territories in this sectioA. Tbe .land is adapted tbt cultivation ?!--* j rW"JehpuIdT'start but ir now1 "ijctlnc wjthoat any. V
Jo )}developer. Mr Barfield- induced "jSdr -
llftle *
a inuseuja fat ke but wltboot % supply known reJswn. The story of the comateeith& *Btie :
of ma y kind/ of frous and" ve get allies; a nd soon, mcani tfcese ifjics jff Jtpme, Eica ator! of 1re
will be provided whereby.-ihesj piodu s.'may bt sbTpped to'tfc should' b? rsauJrejl to repfacf: :tbetx2.c s tbcmqI39W el -conmiclea-the't>9 office, f but %asS at flttrreyor'af >t k -orfaflB

northern markets Wfthou{ eIayr TKlb&jn trapsortation' ?? moutbae-k! ] 1t1 Min, .s Tt4t :aoM4 ahoqt. tot feather) *} *of nvdayXhiint..James; 4-- "-.w ], etc., and will fways be liked tor ::01 h&yIag astO.'dr gI's ; 1PtWMh5

is bo,1aicc? cpmf.: soorjer"; laterj and 'jcLis; does jne ppJ; tb5? yl'l' e deemed o/ valjoeTandIptjteit ?Den fliafleJJhk F. Daa&sttelfe 4Cftuhtfnj: 71 deer] his genial and kindly- Trayjt The Theqiena bh5g1edP (. ts'Well attt 'Vb-

C1a l oosk4e q, aa tfce.jectf.onr ..dfVflopsT'In ? *bo w ; it3ti1 at-Vajt &bJ In bne group'at'the 'tieM ,of "XV1 great red -fish CW 11- edi IIMI Ut iacs t4l'eIslands. end loeado*
did weU-V-UO titne mann shoals are nearest to Cax- ---- -- befl 6-a* '*-WMds: 0Ihh tSpa..
hokojoslc ife 135 alligators
thc and in seeing
lilfulY JancLfif .( lens River
Jg-SJ2 J pjjps
; ambas. Th.e name Oaxfmba- > 3 t.n- .
raspronounced'Kahambata'185 ; .
189S. Frun i; jwtag, as wafe reia.44bLObie Hall who In the I ,
j1c fjg4 Of th4 angp is-one paudhole '
tnt $ fs
: [ $ and wIi1ciig.idte s
'stfcooner .
The majority w the s
and *e almost solely dependent on their business for a living.Vhn : \wVod ef ei kl rarryers.? t.ouSIh%etk% t)3ItutIg later wereTsa' pRKtifMlhat.a.logal Indians to coine tr d t place-t t many -wellr." for -the dTjtb got ya.n i. 1.a-br-: store Jttjfraadw *Iverj'ti

\ tfif vjrjcd resource! of the island developccl. ho'wever, ll. carved:zatii Madcr nts it.tt4 %ht. to Evqu4i senL fOrIJiC n3ghbbbIo sjh*, Spanish -ships got their fresh yfapterthere shIp wCpt1 Wbea e a-ad f t,In
'I cillbc sjj Toj: Ees p. when ;b 1ilbusrnss is j r, was los slgM of foi camp theywptbrJnjbtm in. "the "nios.'One by digging'ihaUoV wiflls there not la geek fie *aal4lia3ad

4 Utfl .0 Thc La nakc rnftabJe 1zyin t' -Fp.a-f ? ItLetr jntliejfc oI time ijnjil; C ?t;[ Rollin*. aelLec'got'hts. start kllftng on the' beach a" ftfw pace* *back->-Comei -1ey' fitI.ja cUre t U wu coi- thI 14ish
; : by 'A&P- boat, an4 wuei4orsia $
from the salt water. The word ISalso'Interpreted" ah4rQw1I. U9OL
iytjon otbj joil. ChoTtookee) wiia! socje dfT be; a. 14eIPWL W08 lukrce t ttWeo alligators 'for"thel leeth. v hlch he.three two pmksqi 4iee I if Lb. &it

-'js fejflearming fqnjraBmty. andT |lis? A. |s Sff Sty. C1aiice B. i.Iop; -zgtei jiua; sttc ttea4. 4k $4 torch" tn rncfent by?Spanish some ,
tot in the far .distant mtwt IS }f STOBiri ? iy fj' at "i 9ru! hjuit 4JanOn t the ary etIeTwer large *gilbrs; lp .furnish a -due to Yndl2U' rnfesf6wtng possibly of 116- year> ajd" wi1b the iet11r S $ '
$i; -X9t_ 40 sgu t on little ptl 6t teThe. tgetb,1w\re u
pouad "
theY ( '= *-** *:- boots.as *W t i ot 41tblIe? 4 -S
from th hill
JE 4f_ lnd d and ops
$ g JP4f53r vm be/e ; l elrTiat-lhe-time beb.ad cainse ohlz
-7 ft 5'p
RisiONs: 1 ,4i1a work is described ia'AC6len cp.Vgh sI4143.! ejhI4es -e{ apt.. In.dfiAanoT. ; 'Otker Settlers C.'medapt .,n drp athIfSo 65be
ti.eD9ifzLux; t4tp.dtd ca- 'ofitfr Tim ,.fiuhterrfTleftami ioh"n f; I rf. a genialcharacter. el'eflt c' S b *5
May )
par.K comfortabty'
The eJt a-hear Tone of the older milts on a adwoo
tthf day wjcffapce | 1 Sec i.IJd| ? la.' 'iSfUtSfa tion! ? ICifbUt 1U1P4oXjkci iuida Viid a marf'of consfderyjble fkoi -

pf .]Ey|rgh4s; iufc Vn bi enho Y bd *our-lut? I 1I abontcldjr'iToa&"fenj"jf lace, weiiuzkito dies Ctoitrt merlciar When parts homesteaded" tlorr's' Island spoke sfhe-e uudtsI'* T ; AIydmtedtIj' bOX.- t.bak.I.ee.S.- --S Sih7L S

wu M 1tf! Ejy1tfpL 1ew who lo ..jyUpp L f*) ."9? *"?** Ia s 7e *, od- the western" eid about| liatnWF sttr8 arrivdd'U.S
-- ri a 'ty: ) ;$ -v2frWid jcq is mi1--of the btut ryeyors and took-tt1 i-Dt4 a itt tfie DJiactlce. The 1876. He ws% **teF6b of the.cjjii z : -

sk. 4o4 tb joan lpoVrd sftajissely.rjictujjsquz as,J 'cfrOseI"iniominor !Jti ] 'ctreiL seTerelyi LiflafiiHgoes.' and.pink1jbfs' ukewise War fromr Ohio ahd" served as UnitedSuies PlteklnjoXL: -
and the semi-darkruss iuvrxl -p( ecpicl ? IUiI. t *5jaUr;. wo Were, afrak t| fell- off: jto." n V zerqT Pelican's, :niajrshair at"7iats nTuI'p -
I haxt uncc notued Mr isie 4 clenite that thij mi J5 jt ?U have IO11I4)1ai&Ll3i r 4buuaid. gulls"anS pbfeife ; *- 'fffjathVCiud as coljtctr

b ,shout, ,s.ipmetr
( ; tft. Key *
er. aflwQr. Ij v* bICA at ? i r *v wk ji. ** F.1orake/s bk reath Lb 4-wW.t di4 imprnrementifth Qus.ZoTm4Irl7 as few totjerCreejl ,: .kicriarfle' dtct d a :

'5vid<..ntly thin. tnegrsT Iprcs3Jon which> a person receives ports oa |he (to\l\ &# and jut r tock tttlethtt Iteitt turtles, qnzeow. aitI pineapple plantation"odiis island one o-- pIrt bfltd to fras5ee rr' *
towni Is on p. of te thief upss for 4>ts J4kV-'orjiisfike> of TraIei ery qn Qyab ap .rarely foiiibbt tot '?& afteTa'tig" cpirya' -ii escape'Xfaaig cpptr aat tba rnIa $ STed'shllff6d

I [ojno\un.ity. We -lye aJbfay.S'neaVd ih!; 'jhis was- -|Bea e l to *Jude |bj pirate j, tjIifh' si-ta ;ol.kseW onth1s "" sitits -wrIy_ a citlTis grore. lie *idlyaedattejrouhoutIorj4 55TfrOlnIO3t I s&s.tr Iuke-ff -

[ individuals b yc (fayi'jjiyef coit cfere4 it'attKuar a T''e' oj 74Eslfp -af were t e onijffW $ au4 ancf' ds bab. ittt5

;14ic3[ jbwns sjid c ifi "Slpce.! however i it appears' th'at l4.trEiJ&t? q iie point Prplttl tn1rtaou -.4 : ofs iaiTarie'd. r yuuerou. otelt'h the lifanS country an&1ijxtly. i tfi&starting Tu acroaji hfrt to" n1I4Z4tSr ths 1b 011w poet dtht'tWt *T*% S --we beT
offlce-the-p :
imprcssjons ar jusf as ynpojaei iq' JE/iflincing. lijic orie ; p4Tt, W i .tn n1 Thpjnoxe re rjJy d t teemed.. t Islanders hebriitbejJA( I 1I

of 9 cpromuoity. it jeroulcfJbiefU, we-/ttl Jot the ai. & d pan, b.ad iflc & 3114 1tfeePted *1:2000seeO : Johnny Roberts squatted atGoodland rO1ce. I lag oItct c _
b B3r' -ib/e lower pcrtinttiea I,; at 35Oer Point- "and turned the
ties in Everglades to asceitain whiz "tl e few minor de- 0 : Murtga *a*.. NO -
referred to ire. aridW maV? very ffo.rf toltraprbVyihem.IrdonedTfof _end_! of Uiaroj. Bajr 3fhtjre"tc] voiJd slijsator! and tar huidg I de 'but t1 : z ema t3 iiol I po lace fro7n ltk cbaraet iitcg. iI ed when his agewas dfssiibbl. BerV wLt. No LGOaUja 7I S
ltJ aod Xtsng. a welt as attactiQJ I Ifouatirf QJI lI fib, "as laterrsucceedifd by"he' Petitt S
3ftfJO a. -
w can 4ays t urb(5 o j rorriit : : "God,has forgotten-me; it 4my p1 I hate east to buy nror bdk' .
!ft !!r Thfl.q t4y4tt rnd adv ntt i 30 ant 930 1 family who farmed- the "tend Toeears -
1 cojJoqu altsimJT aniwiJl!! not be.'nec- of the' at '" * *- -, time to die. He wat a couo- McKinney related feoi'ceaces Penll- -
jsing'a -
-Crtat i laif season ;
ijtra spr4jd. s jf arousd Tampa, K yi*, Key West iia, : the .Idaj5 yI ty charge for the ikst nine 4yh I in thrber --Auatoat
V hjcebT) te rVts v ndsriBi iava .cj? daTknfss, Heiise fisheries fjf 1-2 cents an Oey. sal
C jo the lottbein coasj 'oL-3h$ fialf Uft* the coast made a x I % poan of SlFWe/ ept-ictrye tt lasses s-f Th -
1 thejr.will[flpt txur. tha efl4rvw Jae n t.ji paying market'tor reietables. A I L hat munel'fls)! t Is' SiWhat Cape Romano, the prominent" end. "He, was"otfr shinif and X I 5152t *e d a fO-.fr--; S

id theirpkynaoy. asc t nor1I- ffw ClTilV r dise tejs, e -piratesnjln I it used to; be. The quantities of prOjic'oi6ej3w Caiambas*, was orerboard sad wearTler aa-db-it i the last iBstatyaaiiiJPatUlion of. r
. t neyV of t Joj iyerii; he'ai : QaggarBli1r led lifferenl vaBe Ies of fish change.I 1a t. ngaby'thi pan- eriedf Jfey
days he Y'Spiish -
In:J jrn ajnhasne aJi : r sbf front JJoca Grande e1 httt4 -a fiheff+e cloug-tW h st.1Ti! spldler catnip ofp3l" -
FjrstFouji4In4512 I'd-wjth; jHj rVres pec., JsSQpol.JHarneyar i.cinjjjr, b>t, .ccf rdin t to i B. the, p pjwtyc sea'999 toi shoals. The French called it gate 'A;-fe: Phflnps tdnch-of Mi 4 upon it at as -

j gi kta "island,- | Phillips in The Romance ot the ; e4tY. fIt beb i '-atyjrs Twe Poeks Written Cape- .*ctestnr"A ie-The British da1tfor "The'-Kofianearbf the TnOismaF'Key I S minol ,We. r.Ha'ihwd 4r -
a hanunUcK; TTortHeast: of b1id1Isrney' iMaock-djenturet| about. c alWd itapJiOthan. eazid
A. W.
____ :_:_: =' pj Jtlv.er." from 3ohn! Gomez,A tarmprnVsmher 'tad tcjqa &i cscs. :be a1X't among; thejiSand* q iCs extensive Sugar: : Bays at tfie ehtrant &Uied.- ww y* I p. atnIL
-t.... !{Eont1nud from page 4) or IfiiWjBolp panVcipate'd) lii3beor.rMerw ot GaspaxlUa abamd, that1aEaxilla's )? -4t. tX 'hQ ly WPje J-eaj M9. capturing manattd Palm, Rlter were liam d hy a miShap ban fit "exteasivihign'Bheir C pVet''rftb th 4olof ..at1eV : r5

wore kiiled V 1l warfare_ With |jf Sacre ind also bnme rgtrgat *abuJH tic ate 'Yrlo kindsof e to'the cupplielf'ot a hinting area and wap'tbfe 'soefcof pdtI to b5VS'- -
ia'the'Ind'an Key.. massacre ben 1&to. ti sbH : : Hi n4i.V a iTr1ng i party under thglnfTfience of, the '- setUeaieBl. Pi'OCItItW *boi1ej;
Spaniard*. JGoyernurJSOuth J'! $ !rnJRI ofte | tb iw bk uci&r.is quUe a- faramig : -
Invaded -1fIuii g 'aiid ojiftrt were alM- ,!_ ItnIl& in the"TieJ ity *f Caia lout 4a ?Hl;&wajr3 iid ywaj Venture"FJorida ff Wi "Ie art 1 iuice Oiat lne&rtthrtact many > Likewise on Pumpkin Key and-a**- keytblt % g1iIIt-: : : '
froi4oWD '
Ioe Wts Ii.'s i tta Wd suair set- i>as and concealed tto as tp he "hardJo of Rorida" .ajul b$ aP.1cuiDtp flaUt04t5." eL- o tthe namea of islands, -taya. -fly- seal] other miner points down &C jaflos drae-
an in Coast *
1htv > gaisle - j -
< $2 s exposttila ljfef; rge -*
1iaesible tCts io 1b. ha a iu4aLar
bet Creek a1.ca cr
nasha'e Jd Chief itarinenatural history S
) an end of -- -
when they sued by bi tojryIn the dajy bene -S-- : -
into wery par :
rid a largeJiorthern 7 o; 1tji.tLC Lr *
a> iro, tfee iwta'section n i. <#** jaLguldedj
e rei
p1 of the
UTeh tr1ic
-is thai fo t JJL .
it 4ij wart ilp* and h- llkejy | Jo
who 'vaa ""married": to a Spanf 6 -
T ibnsa&d 'islands were"on of iagtfeI .1xvigb1rs him, much

as slaves.However.. John L5e Wllllam8on ap woman 4epofle&, wa "c iniid'tlnlied'by *V"ru''The State>* -/he most used places of'tbit* M jin'thje _procession ot coasting. -Charles Tprry."b $tntps9u :!:o&& ThE FWRJDA RAJLRQ4Nvic4i1QN

a visit o Marco Island Uhen-'eMl- rtnj 'rromnpotns wVoie firesC Jndis'jreSfco'irrvions ; w, -c upland4q3 / ki 4f ribigg:the natchaiming taka
d Caximba Islamb "in 1830 "foopd.some asty.si tp 181& there iieyer had ;..i.pg1bqLpjI* au4 I Ii& oral bistury" th isgion aehore,
been a time lust the f 'Coast g.the c4p 4miUhe WUX5"ad'Qiitdct
Spanish fisheries *lojg? J ? Coa>ts and-- 3tbe t1o atth -
ool soda" few -ot the n4 ivero crisscrossed flyover from Cuba to Louisiana: 'was -free quIte busy and I Inbi4tcs j.i > nYi"ar'1jegWtfl4 ey

so railed Spa aUh Lndtaii-abOut and otaie a pf plratjji tn lS 3 Contmodorj! Pt aboTjtlen I rq! fljustratedj n|Veil co
end ibr
ulJifjii; of |eiadJa :paT( given charge of tx uitL e nglnes cajne.Sf.U eag.Tl1CNat.IOnef -
who seemed "d be very pe'aettul '' and Portfr was ; wortb
end iadMs'lHonsI: So jepianfations yor1 mi camps, fields "iV-yessel Qeek 'ajyl be "tleased1 : Thc l carried gr'pbtt % (. ; o die Mu i 4JPi aaJ J

In the eihtrh !Y4&-It ahaJt 4bp" so1dier aid ouC4ne iajt yesiiges 6j pfr te$ in n 4 DY a sara pi 4u114oty of New- : havOe

and sold"vegetabiea to t eeriese. fIib eie? iafely cintere& Su1CI1 WCSI I5dIe f. *S7rai* y?ar Tjom Poata York also'articles) aIc siren very tine
They made hIM (ttcU. s: I1fft-y! --IV ip-.rAAk; "-* c4 a Hi
Jroin the gumbo-limbo treuiiht : j1ftt. k4 \'iHalL ioial tlst De or b Caroltai
18S6 and n notable b th5eP ;
nocking birds %n"d T bIaek-Mtltil5 Aht. InthW ciipttjn. 1i.cn the United Stats:acqniri ; .1ur; EaQie44sjiuie eIoicaL iflJ onomc t iurvi S !
rv'in -eit '1cjji front araSTip A yeatiag *><{ !
wnith they pur in 1IUIe lidlasa Sirndere4Tbe JSas 1rtu thIs section got out a large Jwkjome S
ea ea and traded ththeii turld 4 a kj, rn 3 iptieavals ana "" sce $bt 41I izoJ ot ti.| -S. S'S 5- -S tI
lards who soIthrn< tnfriayVi.TbI -little Jbanda tt1m2isscat- 'c if la the tore of ipinU 'the'1 *' 'subsIdigK"duriag Ylojija afI94 :lch! acc. -.S -' S 'bulS
geological .
tre4u41treaLet i3. i-e ibe solTftnJty :; J Jip.ojB ;kmt ag tO1DCupon S c--- 5-
Caloosa Indians did hot originalry r9 Ff- tfuti.r; (ql1o'z : .
I fs the e
have auyth'ing to So with s.nd sadaftJ { a young, contry eeologfcaF some of toe f ttler :anjjpointe I -S S -S S S S
% Hme etjllecttfrsi;
) -mosi tuf tKjn, becoming desafteB : 5ns Island Is bonndtp S.
,tt? Seminoles Who were hT>h $ acreeT: Jfey a ZWgr ; among the 5- -
( CnHed SU army Ia tfefccrihera jitgte >d. ate Wt 0.rpr. Tcj&t. jjt igenta inan- be jM>mewhaf"fra nentarT..GorrdpVs }

part it Florida; ueti % parlies l -and of 4flgp 4ti firm,rp ire Ieee aV are nctotn4tnraieof "fmildlng' terra Pa.s the osefithj Into.? &- I

did they go to e'ladiao nTij ohiaeepedn ? emended! from.thB pjv speed, plucktos" -out of the1 f Is ?is7'i't; the beginning of LMjq *p'
ul 5*tXsfl4.IQ be wis ialfl-:
for doles; but were stnpidltrdf- Wfljpc ,itJJcr Mtur9eL4t sea'water be ersat undersea Ten ThonQd Iftarfds
ed to get readyft, be deported Jo"lime' ? e-ff Seminoles ind $ e. 44eor Iedg ycr ijO tnj.cs) ie t ed from j0rcoM'on. wiii bad -- ,

xknt (-kisomsc. : As :tt5nti 94'ThLflx. araof' ( : Us thC nUr ,. p1 flshiag 5rp. -HfPP Al"The 174. --'S. '
oe (Runways or: "notJhVrnindlan.sl : i $ tra ts. the Rlyer. $4I4t in ar'ge.| porjjon of )Ftq4 *ng tbe rf Calf- -- of MtIICG Ulandllfcstsnd about Jns S : r : :.,

retraced south* -IhCalooa aatve th jh MDtas1d apfjT.lfy1. cl theJfest 3s ningTh- products a y, ..v.lectiQnf .- to Cape"siHe |n4 tl f *in1j
: :
Joined r.ea"witi th'e'm j&ialncJiftjRtrb.o'Jpanjd IQ"h3e vCoast of fit raarjnj'gardens to an* )ionroa flIflt15S. Henderson.Cryek *- 1
in 1833 and prollfeged the"warjsipyJral -taui uslil after juSe" war period, oT491 JC %W7' Itt Keyed Wi bii4.up the.'jand I i58- & and bar waS namjd'lrom bI1Jjn-; 3--sif E -- t

years longer, due t6 tfirtfen-.t There are )jo it.S25 .'oj( jtheVe"l in- Ihe ? tt1h flal.fp- ? mngr tits dewoa. tie Aovejnment |Briejor S

%rgetic' Support"*arid fcy supply m2vthem diAB on'j&e"wleVt <5de ojt the $ate \- Vn 1S2 aj$ cpmwised )Th-p'j jer at ijj BJOT l tt, ffi P liaBeer* teetgjat'banca wed anna"there ai&nt S S. *', 4 I
with; &>mri and amtaaaKfoD known a"; hjJBigr'iQyJBrMai a'ojl U5Di : end"of lbs etate.beloV a. f- 9ystef that fall 1875-7 wfcfle be" Stfrvisipd the --

which) they were skillful In tvbisaning S" } ? j& & th*e" Ute yip Qt -ct4a }i boe&k *.nd"!. mate'41 hard nosy all around country abont as welljuf djn: Inib .

fram. hjp SpjJSfeh* radeTSa knowa aa'Cow Cjreeks. JTJi "ir tLi4 ja- ite t.,* Ctttl at&Vt Ike Islagi ljj roots collnct iacbmi ** islands. pn or TWO- ttl rf 2 90 M 31 : 2 PM Th Lv Tampz 4r J.$4*
% spite bf the coa t "blockade. lcts_ :_ j, out pf this! jn IS8][ .ffld ,Coloyl tar (tim & dTj-ls' lived at LUtte-ilareq! P ace erIbe

They we JamiUar xh ifce dtffrjc 1I1y 1t.Th4tI &Uj t1I3L r oT.jLfeCojrnfy is 3923 land -nii ea. $Tatices. ilgft beact point and .o& Pal- 4:00 P3I 5on. 4:90PMThnre. IIMWjj.i S

ilt interior roflAUcT *lso udVeje zIt : SUFlLY5 :4&74 'askt ?o)14 iaad.! 'bnex4ine 4:15 3P5I3f ln.Uam.ed jwi jen xiued fey kn. _.e 49Leta hi vcp 7t gtws ii, igbt hi9)tut ,I little Marco-fa$ S aitclFien 8ftne -

Sam jon s Ajrpetka* ajadL the: .Loe.oyer$4 s and L1ne i1stge. at' and 14 *

\ *Prejpb t JOtolke Ti.lflko). jfflrp ntthe. c.iu-A. a ttc, i 3 -l4 Act p$ Th? **a -JQOtt arejienIjiAg tharatersnu pee.tb )Jbellorida nIte Sf :d $ ;Q Caczamba.; area trere. ttt nry opi'a* Cbjit 14 WCXT l Co- : -

to jn4ti w&rsrwo afcout MJand f l s 1 orice4 la period wten alI li'ertlera.'sage p0 tecrJi pt-
ke$ t t7eAriiii! ...ui4tsee e4q.oi iai 3 ) which was mcstly ftvpa tojailroada I aearjlailoi of ahd ..ccurred 4 e chrtet Jobnsoa came withith5 8OO-AMTnes.: SOO .AM-I'rl. .tror Myers Lv.. 7e PM 7e&. I2:3 pit -

: # rai4 ''ii'r&t ? ff.cY1r as J9 13ttL} vTbJ were* Uj iiu!| tttrreuts. StfoSt *ln i* Jt.boye ia. 1S73 s-4 JJ 1n FY.Tl.rt MfX$ S

ofthuazvxi c2j 4 !otd Ie3i 1 jg Ibiw-I ) :ttjcbt saad Opwiato bisItud qaus44aarjaaE'JocaUeis.. sol

--w -:4Q? -I? H5 iflt ,JiXtW1iSP Qea'zn tk ain jaibat ftit 7Iitugtia4U ; 11:1I-1-FrL li.terg1 4es jy-. i2OO: 14 sat. 2 ,'
tflLI_ tD-is bZ P fppniniiu other placM today.' XOMcJ&L .5 m ; -3 5 -5--- S
haiafc c eaV-- ---- -
f<4 .-liJE:. 5* r -e-- S -e- -- 5- 5 S --S '-
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August 2 1927 : .. ,.:' .- THE LIES COUXTY NEWS "7 TBBEEof >
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: ., 2'- ,:-ui.is: : .(today) -t8.- Wt bmt-epeIIt-tt'fe'r days-Jn.Evtr-.Georg',Kedlng of iEn E.Son=;Js ina' -
PrUn $itarQtX
eat .. '' C.O lCU.'RURAL glades c1U11n the. .' -ioead from ; .m'. IlW
f over
R ire getting"along ApR Wt j* tn eek r yif as; iac 1 g paat Fot 14'uture ," {ngs eVeryj-nigh.. Tile new- 'con- .. -; ",v" E-_ -- 'SJSparKmal af'Tanipay was an injury to 1t1s'ieiL'fisud? afrered > 'ilF1ttl' 'STO.
erts an d Qi roaetehLT' atne ."- PfUl.iw- In 'Everglades -few'ita. = y. last when a dynftate apwftli wlJfeBBe f".:: .
& '.4. : week oh he diw pldih eiploitfedr k---- tree' 1 : FIeritIa-
s was t ,
la '
# Mrs..oc ID'.SUUIH Gordon pone
and shouting. '
ti'a wpriSttyin'g The Misses Linda n JonlsSn 4. ', './. .
Id a Heteti ; D 'BtoU> t 'C klson and XraetiawonaTson arrlvi -I. 'bf -r\6 ca p'ek'p lod.5.wlt isa the youtli .'t f ->' ior 7' + ,

: (Continu.Pag_ ,:f 1ri. to be I 'nth lead and dotng ilUiU ** ln Ever );des on Friday, An ..,I-erfIHe&spent Thursday, August, 'r'I--I gftenlpted A. p@rcWlR
.1 ; !t p u rPV'Pf enT de'ft goP ;orb fibs'tiely'tt trtd St ':ff i'Sn rrOJD'l' retpnp. i L, 't "- Contractors and'Campers Equipment

..:... t! doped 1s. irMfTpHtvt '. c@rtatn coat"fe Teem to. Ie [etiipg o iWE' Ans. .< _. !, :MJ iTIjey were accompattjej-by-.thjer 'to. FRTglBdea Cuter.:' '_'# -

... !t. bat the islan*;J'JJ be 'p periy6r ,, fia re < no. 1.9.isbash > liiei._ .- to r sistttr'"gifs21Iq :gust Z t. i. fib; .U. l PII invention ; .
,S'- }ielopld -4 Mfcf; *::tidred, >lr. Ini thJi.Y'wetk 1t p'1 a onrCh'V Fine sok-w1 o'st tie past{bee '!"C -H. ie We have. in..'Stock. at All Tim: /
L >
E. : ( CoUiL 1 J4ijr, il- t. .
faj *!
h gallwood asserts. "ilF Barron : recbl" \ft! tottstaut $ Yds 'w4ek> T&sttlng.In", Atlanttgia7a.iufpy C'rc+ hi motored* : t'Fort. SsJ i : TENTS > ; ai .81JtJttRS. .
,. : 'ist iri 'AhU their''arEats hers d 1 n.r8"on SatnMa'y, "A'pg1 20.1e DETROIT, Aug.' -Detrot ban
otiihe' rtdite. ;
Collier ha-.t , .. I gSftefev5ral i days, ebtered the llrff of"efUft'-iieekJft'1 .
'. 5 section or Jjprtdy, .and Is tn- bocce -1'oaalbty ,Leytbiek ffiIh1m< Mrs. Ertg'bi: Dbrtaiaqt'w. O. lid going to Arcadia
." .saTorinJormPf""OTe U. lr7SmaU.. kill f. indtofed toQrt Jy>rs_ io- rawl,I "and Pua a Gor- the l.i2S. Republican! national con- COTSBIn'S
that b "bgdcrmab" -' ,
'n-"bufl .
*/ > in4 .
; -' s ;" { ADS :
; .
!S. .: cod sal' IIJ son A-sing the-'fort get'them 6J lend bj:?Ve liaise fiacl .if.c.1 : their!:', : 1'-4D. ribJJn Copeland the vettttou. : ,...> .. PttLQWS..,... Ere
.. b d }ltL'G. C. Yr01 nfImiriokaW spent Itotters the' Oly&pta arena. "
! ..' hIlI has Jr' 'i trtp Uie Fast _tty"o fete'Indiais_ this rvcok tfe Mr. and week end 19 fort Myers. .. f.For Immediate VeliverY' ,
.: .' wo or trevtar r oU.tJ.'t feetrfam'ahd'ktf -' here ia, EverglafdesoiSaturday : 7 neariosf cotapl tioa'a\ a epnveatiet .' c
ot "
ck :
are'efpecflBt Bqpjj F ; .
'. a GREAT FOT :F '"* \ tanketthoff retufaed from hall.. 'The'itruetute' seatISOp0 _. y t -
Auget U.
: k the teritofy in aha I
s iBd aho.tr. : ;other, 'eaUblea contndri'fpr --= a bniBess trip t-,TaJ Tu-s _. ... __ .
CJckoIoskeeMenurUo 'Iw- "SEE1'tFO'; jlr. and Mrs LV'L White ofaraa'anivftf -" .. on : = l" ..- '1- '
coming '' woods Abgttst
ihfa it of d.T-.J
.._ s :'the !front state Mr.BrrbirColijir -. -nosh tr'(5m'syesatts'-b| > .t"_" : In''Enrglado1l ; U. -l- Lx.:-There are more tKa-25.000 hottl ,..-, .. f ." .. -r----: .,:'. Sii. ..
.. lifcea' )9 t tonft' ( : t da.r3'tJ >17tidge. ad'Mrs.'G. 'Wl: Storter rooms In the city offering adequate -
4' i.,3' has 5fT f"!W!'owe WrrWgV 'll **1e\ .niblng S iaai..u st U.for' and .
" .rtt i eat deal 10 'aim?.ifDt>.*..1h'eP'SJvitizagoii the' '' ood, -"r1r' mdfet'I RoaCls &eBein 0' : u--- nh, RtrbyV spent, -the -WbekI .boat-Ing: faCiliUe, cirtc leaders t'1- -- '- :7! ,J" 1- :-" -"-,' 1
Is iioi te1T't{ e 1 .. '. 9.0tl ; : r'd.. Jf-R of Fort Myers, was l I end In" ForJ Myers. ? *" "5f "* say. > rSEMINOLELUMBER
'Srinpug ari( th$ ad,; newT < t at Ei Septt r .' -
a; antace o* CI )1fafIQA dQ .jtantli etting tat, 'T'T, .J q!, '- in*Everglades a Hng. the. past_ weffc. .. ._ -- -. ,--- -- -- -' : & CO.
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:'Ta 'f1 *rer ta us. : ; on Justness :
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v .. 3wbnmmg"e t In giving I a-little of-ii, -- Taliday August u. motor pawh'ero rJ1 jd n- Ater LUMBER 8ttLLWM( : '
rJ.iei;, e- ji L j3yiI the history Jg 1I -
' tbey''jil fqaf4at.
/j Choko -News j-lr1.!n srlntect3Tt4 i of Corkscrew, 'v:e "bIg'h4:0tn.. _. gead' .
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fs- s n1-r- iuence vltk
f the ne.Wb
-' coikelttdtw BRA AND f11.
>* -ff "<*w j : .i. 4g 'U--Th tf CJ. F. Moore of Jackspnvllle. was I 1ft..gN.'Aug. J.-George f .
tConUn.i tf'.trb1 1)Bnda. ;only a |TiiitfnVgrounaCTbT8 Red ir.. On of<
pane approaching Amattur Athletic Union a guest at tire Inn during tu past Afragd: .J1t1 ; .
; ,r. We-sWvOny-of the de- Cftlaobr 'SwfmSiBgi"cn'ampi8fishlpf was aiT'fzle1lina'upuntil '** --- : '
$ : pretty fqll.!! b.1r voter learn .this lets_4" i1. 'not Week, the Circuit Cenrt Twelfth JoClrraff -BU1hDNGMJTERAL
Gilles = for bale ands girls; U> be 1 ield '. 0anssoir Campbell of Fort My rarin -mraf ..
tint bt went to 4&efiltar" now' at Eo'llins. college i'friday."and; Sa> hare fI\llC; It( ttiatoriral ea; was Everglades for a few days .Fn eC FlwMa. '. fi and Phone>8' 1--
faekV* ** .too ever, In t9U J. J.. iddeq CeltierCoenty.iNQ. =- ,
'} "' iron the right irday. Septembejr>} St-tSv beginning during tiiifSpttteek cf* -- 1t :" i < : i' '
4"": Ve hve' --M'-no Jndians this it 3 p. J4,' Is attracting slate'wide nioveU to the' Bite .near 'JrJltclr f K C. KPr'ee %T3artow; spent CLYDE Ir Fort lyn erida
r, :. Fishing Is not go'Very Cood.. Corkscrew is located, and which EDWARtJSHAW. ,
stet interest .
according to' Ray 'Gre n; Was aereraiaps) Ju t'jrtf dI bnph'e1tness"dii l r.-F uPlitt'."CoiaplainanLvs i <* '
:Xr. D.:'R.:House the 'jJ1s di'.AdguaIS I\.' ,_.i.LAY1N SERVICE QUALITY
* /- veep from :Naplesa 1'If":t" P. Greene'hits Fecently'reluffte'6 Corkscrew' ; gad started r ItbmerAttals ,- g. i ,

: BtotnJ U".t"tfomeiiow. repairinglaboat 'from the upper East Coast of t1e time tttere tWBrer'bnty three 1 Ed Scott of Collier City was(!.fl lit; '. RE'fHSHA'fi. .. 7 7 1 rsy..Q .. kSdt..LaVE
it"" 4 Jlr-: -Henry- Thompson State where he communicated withVie families living here; and Ihgt&ei Everglades O'rt Monody, Anguatt'15, :b7cJ r af Service By t r r ., : -;"'J -0 _c rift : -. --- ". u .. .,:'s. std' a-Y -r.; :
occupation |. "publication.'To
back ot
ifey etller
erae from West but wastbeJrappiag niu3IDes3. .- '
St. ausnstliBeand ,
; ; -- Lasi1aa'tfth
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?:?- ( perr'OIer. -- J tiyt6lta'bficlals ,bur -wm bdoeeiatgg o.r.. .-and coons, al t C. iT: 'Crntchfield spent.Tueeday, fihorutolt 'Saaw-Np. u 'lbuQ Of&e's., .
... ': ,, [ Spree'$loomfield,-New Printing Ile fiber- Bbs.heFmbouiag
k'e. though alligator .*
$-- I' } 'J), !galns enteWntthe_ c6n- some bunting, August l'in Everglades. "-*?' :Jersey: a : fc< :HIjs ,' V t k M Df sllEBgratlay kttbdI ?. ldts4 .
C3ta. FIGtqn tda was ..Indulged.ifu scan:R' RoTHftfefsarT' f fqa. '* llfQ ll- 4 :. 'I
Atlatltn [ | hereby ered I-- as Proton : ClleeqFRANKLIN
I 5fpteabr 17 1533 be tic"bia-greal that you appear =c:r.r- ,. .
tt' .: 1 afternoon, the 9th, will be marsh lands ., p nt. aeverat dayr in4Everglaldes' ; -to lh., 1fc mP.tatnt feted Ealing ; '. '

We have b-fta aom*'warm weathtSad i itnotVa. a .)unl S- Day and" wfil he lie re directly w, and to the.SJoufa of Cork- urtrthw.f.c-- ." ., .of" AugdS"eta(; M reln against-,-you:in-the above \ .L. ,
,p ,ftij weetfteiad $ome .'id 1 prpbably.be given over,to junidr tha3hese lands at that 1\j-- : entitled tause ion- the 'fifth; :f 5-'s i PJlINTING mc

} r with mm. tapg like I evtnta exctgttveiy'b* l wUl give time were of bird teemlngfwith atfrYnlmai t every variety J .tQ1 _|. Allen of WilmlngtMt,:September. A DC.'ri 21 1'or'n" trIFu'vs.PlcllE > _, _, .. ... -. _
all juniors first"plaid .! life which Delaware; spent few 'flays."lIiJtvtW '"
t fc:| Last SatiHtfay-Jssf'Wore jsnn7g i winning al Collide Count Kew 1fiere r' '- of Baslnesa Nece88itiee"
"A Business
78 to the- senior was common toTJlojida, made this :dortts? 1h past washy: t II .
Jeaiganted e'7
e rot and 2 p. m.92; Sunday i opportunity filter ( as liewspaper- ,
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end at4 2i D' ;e3toiidaT4'tin d: events,"pt llje. 'following 'c1u'le' spot a paradtsgx fQ\ _the hunter. :ilud4f$uf} M. 'S..Bqdd"9f {which All.order shall."be poWfshedoacfa -

tt 2 p. m. 93: TuesSay Tfc and-'it.j cause a'junior 'ifatijig Hunting was/fbrjminjr years the Miami;were in Everglades- ''I "Veek-fn-fOur.COiii cu SGIBLINGA ISOi-Q3. Eranklin Street
s J m. 9S; Wednesday 80-and at 1 qualified for other firstiri Cbeglir"wfli cheif occupation/'and4pasttime Wednesday.. 'Au'tIst 17'it:* ; rt weekly issues or said newspaper. .

!: "' .D m. 92; Thursda,8aandt 2 I Class. .111 winch he entyed,dyo.n. ,or the people'ci\| CpVkscrew" ; but D. C. Brinkle-bf Lakeland spent Wjtness my hand ina" sea ,ofo vej Ll4tWd 5TU ox2232.Tampa Ftoridft
; : ;It melon{ { \it tbd'alhov e:: cftleseuitrTti about the year; iJHZ, they com- W dnesd.y'f Thursday Ant fice*thfs'>d day (irjAngusf, A. ; P.9.\I' t rft / ?, ) 1 t
. II' t89msr WnteT[ Fsrk, '0/-j menced id clear* tad and cultivate f6. and 17 in'Evergladek |AY. ""' 'J *>-"* i it sw
: crops for their W. E. BiounfDf-Ifaples, spent s. T .
t n1'h'.1fmp }tiaarL tAesb ifg 1 own1 nse. E W. _RUSSELL. (Seal) -

l ... I 'We have had: Jtfst a'few Indians j jI kktand'b4 'Jntetrpntestants. fuT :vmIDoditks ma W L.ddesday 0. Eaten in Everglades.bf Bradeiiton, ;wail Clerk : 74.q1b5:4.eSEIBERLINQ: r 11 11.t
. t week and no e'vld'eifc of Low ; Other cities are_'or- ERIE 5f, DpNALSON.
tilt An abun.dJL&ce of .
g'anizig teains the State event a guest at e"Evefglades Inn doring : Solicitor foir..Cotnpliinant.tS l POLLOC
at\d .
: Lightening more t&an trad- .
Baia I fruIts, andTojaer "
to"a'ttraeta comet was the'eik'of Ate'st 15.George 11T
.. t 4 destined bit\ entry
.1' 1 me in bottles and. bottle stoppers. raised which tirade*tt"posBible for 1 -THE COtTtT OE-THE COITTTT
> ; 'j' 14 addition to bringing hundredS- of. '. '. Walker, .. of. St Peters-- .. JUDtt. ..: coaLiiTIr
ia : : the people to live. In., this little \ AnG .
t. lth up)oHers t* IfoilegVcityrRajHGrene. lit-f J'9t1 4{ -
-" V have had. preaching settlement an4 bW practically independent In tie Clrcn! Cfart Twelfth Jnlldircircaltlif .' .
-, -. week and all doing well; aome old I' "' who bal directedswimming" of 'outside? Sources for 1i, ForfeUi'ln aid IN RE T&E' BCATEt-OF> LUMBER COMPANY /
events at t gollins COP 'Vfnitam ii. $rc*n,! Deceased. ,
'". '>S, backsliders that bare been on. the : gev"wilrhiye Of The corn- their supply of food! And with the at.c r Cofir p'9rttr. In'cbancer7. : To all Creditor ,L ga; tees. Diatribaa'J -
:, ;, slide tot" two yeva>< ori moj9, came charge coming of tmpfoved machinery lIyc5 > teeziaad P raona-DavOig Ctt4otatg
1- : i' bet Uthe"tolcf and a fot .* t-new big; CbamplonshJpsf and addressed all communications' to- for the cultivation1 of land, the : )AISY 'MAUD'HiCKS.vs. I Ir ;Ikiepdt-agatndt'eatdg row/: ;.are f7eu'aadreaeh.rtt hereby d '

: ,d a stikert'and % ee 7 tttng.Y1e; ;flgty}| ntinat Winter should Park be : 0".--;- improvement'of1'' the TOads In this r mplainant, 1 1IGLEN' notified and dergan0e requited pbi to prevent tr YQiL4P. any; i Lumber, M&lwort'itiij'j -alt} .

-. 1"Gtoet.; We near or i1'meeting section, and tee aseiofmotor r er t r.'h.Q' ti ti.1'1"'.' breaking teno rt wiW. would .) HICKS Mtatcief-WdU.m u.Irt-'deceased
up trucker i
foe transportation: made '
t. 'I {t be jlad tt4hw 'CBuId:work; on for $ Corkscrew one''ot the Ideal lacklag'dltriCta'IjireOnthwetRern'Il'IO- Defendant. .!'. Bon 1M4RCCa' r 1 iierster.'Ceunty tL i1nrida, lo.thd Judge. -Phone :
p. : '. '\ smral wells mbre; Possibly more 8OtkE I g rtWffHl r I .Order'Qf-gervke f etc I>bBeatioaIfd'Gleh'M. 'I.'I.I Of- 'pcanty .tJ..eftfae, in tin.Count 2203-16 Jackeson. Sheet>< Building Material
. ._ G ourth use _in :Everglades,
:Utiks 'iEesidenct
'f. ot tfte aatiYes. would feel more cjvx. rtda.-' : li" "O'J I : CoDter 1t1rtY. I'lorld! : within-tw'ive Fort Myirs, Florida

: .jJj.1f.' -: f- -'*"* **- T"--- -- Ff lQttfl V VAl I- Wlitdden.-baam> ta l.nknowtr.ft-ts netebjrorderedpear : 'f 'that 'yore' i '. .tlra. '!.t:data't.J feHot.!5mi,: 1 Phone 51a ." -_... 0.. T't.EMt.l'.1,. mare

x. Thing.-not doln&much. Mr. CoikscreW tit Qf'"tafa, life. ;,' has to'fiie:\I urii Complaint filed! lJftht 'atJ ot m.'Estarj' elf W"1l. ,. j 1
\ "lfana'i. .
.i ..::fi: Htnry Thorn)/ indflt&fnktnarya raised ill -f family!here and at cute r.el1 "against you itt"\b ,*'kiovn'ttUd t.. ran. eao.aaed, 'tc'G .-- < 'z r

. .' Is 'jolag oft on a"'gaiter bunt for ? Hai visiting! pi !8enr-timir""Ts 'eX>nsldered the 4 4 catse, oh the fifth" day t _. "JlL4. 14
. 'f ,- ,1'1 Ali $eptem er A U. In7.."and :1'htr a .'1 n- n I
a lewidayL e bPas or reac1iCoti anq head of this little'settTiment ':' ._ .
.' c. !o:.. phe' of the resident of the little Collier County News" ia Hereby; -

u.s :&iWe+ hear otjour schoojlo begin tu'sr.f ucfS' x t es., community poiat6ut':; "He Is a 4eslgtlateFas the*' newspaper "HnwifcV 1 1q : : : : : : i'P"

.". e t Monday.- j&\- t : -c I :po: man physique who e; and possesses belias-"knowledge-"a ..ndedul nce"a* f Tits week or in er shajl four'Ibe consetutjve published! : : ri'r : : : .

iasr- f' -' The folks'that have' pans are On Sunday August 7. Re!. J. W, : of this' section of flofida whichno weekly islues of said pews per: .
\tt2pgttinjbem up. inJarVand those Jenkins:and tne*'' rogresltve Qua_: other man possesses." Mr. Witness ray hand- and sal o(o'f.-' : .-.x. .. Riftl'
tt $anmlfa ,
ftrac : fiat ''hai a-avocado"pgarLaie'' DOW tote"safe the'welcome'vlsitofsabfEvergladee' Whidden has accumulated' quite a fc this. :# day-. of. AngusC- ,. ., A.-.l3-:. : the i 1 tmin'I>Fart :Euerglades 1 Inn pft$a.ui

ii.' %&\.-. 'llpplns them; Ht'RoI" '- %naf "''oft' 1'"iaPon""tSerf" bit of property and-is one of the )' -;% %_ r T T* (. I?.; 'ii ? In tie Heart of the Ten ThAaailse
***" "w*r* field"Jn' the"art few men In this country who owns ( TOiece Tarpon _' -- I
SepteraV(:2 t, .1921"We DUP i Colorrif ,Community iiI' farm which is II'ttJ-su"pporllng.Mr. DON .S .'Clerk.,. : : ; ;, .7.! + sand Wbds ItMT Gulf .

'. 4.,'1'. bare had -some rain. this church by them/and were'Ss-ell"attended = WbMdden- bins ?":a fine ERLE'Solicitor M. for N. ,- irike Year Round( < ROD and GUN CLUB : ;
::jt' ,f!k. and .omeifOQl -aa* t'-jnjj I !by "the'congregation1 "of orange grotet; but in"addition t"* ,Coifipplanaut ft r.: .( ?, 'n r."O" .
-? i : t
warm weather-fo-rthis month with ftev "Hamilton. In raises everY other kind of"tropical : :
Stet' :: ; 'charge ftt. the _. .
. ranlio tithe' way: Last "Port rInFtae' and s'ultroplcal'fruit'imagin .- .0' .-- : '-.-- -
-'" arcury parish a( DaPonit? : '' : E LODGE'I:
SherfU'a.J1ff1cye JJPJNQLE
?'.. Saturday! Just' before sunrise 79andat aft rnO 11'iJ1e party made able. He also grows: the bamboo Ja.des.- ': .
, t .:,. 2 p. mu90 Sunday 77 and a trip to the'prison-Camp on m.t from which bit Doles,ure made .. FJa.June22 : .

y' 'ij a'E;p: m. 98;' Monday 80 and 'at Tanuamt Trail, and Ute a'splen- and it is possible for',him to cut 192. ,, p. ,. .
"fl 2-p.-m. DO; Tuesday 77 and at 2 did' 'program waa enjoyed. '*y f. hundreds of fine fishing poles pursuant to an orderof execution .' .

; p.-m..1S-raln/..lWeduesdar 7$ any d Hans td. ;up'r11it.t-J dent''of th'e every year. He fraUea flowers of Issued out of the- County 'Court u .COUNTS .lfLaro :
t tt p.ro S2; Thursday 76 at 2 -eite ''* .iid" of Lee County on theday'1J UECOLLIER. il'pTf
and camp; >idtd a hearty weicom every description owns some ., -r ..
m > 78 :|lay, 1927, wherein 3. D.. Walker v' .. .
p. ?: Ijrlday iiird'at 2 p. m. to die vTattofi-aad"'urged Sheni"toome rose bushes which rnave grown to :
!' ,: JO<*,Saturday (today)'.. We nave wheneCer'they'cbuld:="ReT. be At large as small trees. is fl ktU.t JU} lientgim}! : : ; r."c

bsd*-r gold tiDM*alt the we'k. Last? China. white 'past<5f It 1aETer- In his collection" rare tropical Is De'Defendant. I have levied POD : 4:r.:>> .
., '. : 3nada M. B bs"T XVhtdden glades wasalso1'-present"and ''*ssl fruits he has h'Is knownas Chevrokt oaring car, 1g26 ** : -'

babd4 four of the decipieatt"o.r stedtu"lherse rvice.In the mammoth ieni .' One lemon Model 1 anti. will sell at the frpnidoor kAmerican<: .European Plan .
of the Court of : or
House lyoWer
horse 'Yr. iiis. I ;
r : C.A.. Row. Joe the evening: services were from that tree will weigh at e
.optt Mrs. Viola Thompson aids agaje *Q64acted; by the'vlslCDra, least two: Or three 'ids." It County, at Evergjades, Ua'eeD J sar _-" tft ,. .

," Mrs: Leatey Srojml?!''j!r. Rowiw$s and: *werl.-'Alloyed. by a'large ''cxm- Is possible ot go to Corkscrew alinoitt the hours of of'eleven and two ;) '
..,. backslider : : on the fifth day September,, rrf: ;:
: and Choughtfbeat ICrega ion> On Monday evening, -a any llDdg of the tai and ob- '\' t"for ash." v : .; : :
ta take another dtp after l>eing; f prdsfam"waa' rendered "bejo'fer" a tutu 'sow kind of vegetab This .f
., ., tlikned- nd '}In. Joe' is Co tie ; w. R- MAljNArizp.Sheriff All; Modem Conveniencss
Lopes" l large audience and near the end due rich ana' fertile soil Coulee Connt7ta.i2330 :: .. : ,
:"": t2.another backslider aud taken which exists in A :, .
the ; this
of program Rev. Hamilton was section, and ." '
i-f-1 :
!, ; -A 'L9oi< "
aether dip. The other*twq"was introduced. He. In turn.-'Introduced also to the energy .o&the people 1 f .
!1r converts. 'Hy wtsh lacings U D. Graham Copeland 'wno,;fte who. UTe '1n the "settfem it. '* '. OTlCE OF IIIBLiC ITi01f.p -i. 1

ALL, .. volt and"hope they frill atey lathe ) a brief talk. took ibe;bat *tof 'GeM 1aada fcfl- b. tireslL Cart .: tbs T.U..., ,; ;; :' l' '. '
l' Y 1'.n1rht and Well W. Bristol, In the spring"of J.aki.I Citnit narrow way. H. placed a" ten dollar 19O.ne j .ore- ;
** have some "more news coming. bill wit\lu-"ji.'oADd surtelted. that shan Unity t.Eeterg seeing the ..J.IHH.-F fiT. b VII..err_ '. : r .i.i"R nabl.e Rates TI f ,./ -; : ,

.' .'C Yr Dexter Hamilton got married a' coIU'ctfoa bee1aftnlhp 7f or ;tSo spirit of the People of this community LeeH.'ebA.flK.a1A1UJt. ) : -- < _' .. '
.i.o :4 a Miss Williams. Mr. Isaac 14'iexs !. support it"Of' the c'tf-di* A'' |IratE and realizing j.Plat corkscrew artiest j r .' ', <
,. Ester. and we hear of theY aim was netted in thla way. ."-: .had% get' futnfe> 'desired U.AMS, ,TQie Rwrulrus. 1 ii
:, n r coup!e going to'gfrVtu come *According to Rev. Hamilton the to get the trade of tie citizens. and. EMUA BSIAS. '. .-- -".' J -

:, .r.r xke about:Hoaight?" "*We bope it'tn' work o4!the church Is p'ogresv'i; TJr. Teed head ef the tfnit with .yUwarit sPi-t&y 1 : :1 iFjS In a ntirig'S' 'nnlnTenn18 <: -
) It ,
+ make his usual keen
iiang-fir or a great nicely. Everyone is co-operating foresight and vision to the BUI Complaint filed tn-tho r ..
': i"r bubble and tall )w up. We t ,? 'WlllkinvviIB .
VTIUi tt s W. 'oJ' Tem ., '
i ". h- the couple a long life and and a great deal bas this Corkscrew and With the co- |rt Beanie WJllito and,Smnesa, ) i '" '- -- --s. "
<" DT h PPy"l t urns.'-Jay they tarberia accomplished '" .operatlon of the settlers'finally Brim, the ddend&uw therein named. : 'i" .. j '-,
'' .ner be looking for something *On Sunday did have a road Ii'tmougll ate each non-retident of the State :. : .
August ;
t tat the tote o* Florid. meet drat-eicn'ot-satt{ '-CHadant r gJ' i ;
-. ; .It would mike them f cl l bad e* chore*-wibi fc4iaii I tff CBtliC; town :A. few >eitrBitUtet 'a' ase"oVef fK> eag. oT'fvemto / ,! ,1' '
!sartened.-MW have lad a"*ewlians ,Th< & io -BetrfTea toad'kas cleared aoiUt from AP tit) rears, and that these U nopcrecB i .
dei *TB-OI occur wHhtn the State of Florida F S ; >i uideSin'Attendar: Q67 .
jthla week. We have ee '- &&JOha>irattr a*large! attendance va to WKhlnhree" and :a' halt Ute aen1ce of a subpoena upon -bom : : ,

-iTt evidence $tlxw''Basa llgbten- Is desired.' ', R: I*'Afar miles ef l r ser 1l', and due to would WMllaart.Wrtlimms bind the*iRL tUtHKUnts,-KatbCIM -Jl"- ; -r ... '. "
t this week JMra Ida May,,Had. ref will be the speaker of ,the. the Influence' ot Graham Whiddei) Tern Wiuiamv..JJ '""".Is, dowf: visiting her "parentsbroSiers I toar and it Is"hoped:\hiflhi'ery pre tfiis road was. fibalry extended; lQuciew.r. Parma residence BrtaJV oil t>ath Hb 9ottb of ;afd nt beet .' i invite yoo-tp.rcgmg;: down and'stay with'as fer'a-Iew- ; "
ff (the"Loper family).t wno possibV canwill+ iatead! lie *9- =-' J **ta. Kath riB W tint s, 1 .t 1' T ,ccrdiaBy. 'Ir" .

", may do some preaching,for as I services.. '' .-'" .. In April Or 1927 a petition wa t wiiii hams ns.J. Tom Is a Williams -&Id i"1h. Sessile Mien( : -t visit D P'Ip wnd cUte j rPo i iota of interest' anti 'lttet" tj .
-b ius in line In th* absence circulated, asking for i road from of Hancock and State of 3oI.luisatnl : .

other preachers. Fishing Is not COtiTYT CtM-kscrew "\a'tmmokalee.Ifhlsr. and fendant that, Emma the reaideoce Brian of is*tae 149 T Cfa kith. a the TamiamisT1 thhosgl;"the,E erglade3. ._, _..,"r-t+ -1 '
try good *Thc oiks:"are"shippingilrravacado Dt TS'nuan petition was granted:: and BOW Street. New Tk CRi K ew YorIt .,
pars now,_and some SOtn'HA th'rair.'*Bigliiid,".dg. the right ot way if clearer, and U'tberefore i*eat otdefed- *t Mtf-pod;. r .ao y
e lJ .bnsy putting up 'gnava* Jejiytft. 2-Capt T'rank- T.'t o the date grubbed nail the work'of grading W.4IdeJUUtrts W"atiard'-gad aUlUiflaWtr11.11I11 'Fume '

s *W. bYe''ILO swaniii 'aagtes I tonisht"decided_ 'to postpone the Is won t6be":+6niBeiJced.' Tils Brian be and tftey ate'isereby- -
.. "'ano think t kbout,"** a' a 'fF ""-cf. start of hts-t6oV aelaTld. :. -$ new road waif make it"possible fat flilired pabtt to*. appear said cause to the OB Bin or of before Cots*1 mnfortab1 ,1Io i J ectal :; ommod'= Accqmsnodatiops .
lantlc 1II;Tit until Trteiday.: )." the e : .
p. A. Row has for birap We'atlier1 the people of tMs'uettlement' & fifth day of September, '
seat AJ D, is:,--the- '*stmft>ein;** fT : .A li !f for : limited
JlA ; e.w engine "for *1l l : boat- Jle condidoW were"B"nfiiVorjS ble. pot their produce into li'e"packIng Hal. Day Vf TaM a--<; Hrt* 6therJjse v- ..tlie l e rt o B ing" ,
Ud'n to Earner la th'eVtfay he'bad the allegations of eaM Wff-wHj f If y > t ; ,
: tk' golds uC tota\e aa 1S- re. house at Imm lale or on "PJf'Il e1in j' ationan
t** taken g 1y'-Rese >,
4. A3 ccalesaed by said defetdaats. .
O boat; of it"now. ceJved"8aU3fact6ry' "weather"re the train for shipment almost, lotmediately. -/-,. $, .J,, Wlly -a- I :4.> .
.. fit' Ortebfr 1, 19jy%. ports and lead ordered his planeR "'"* lea l further ordered that tW, order -' 1 anderl.I "Je81'ett 1rAre Suggested .
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had waniF'week Whalea-Joaded i wH& UOHDe.-na- pWfshe enca r week- tot fdur |l> .t
tye"-.ha-e pi this I ceocitath'. weeks= 'the" "C.urer : .n. ; -
- -'f!!t,a warm nigbta anti nwjM, ten'ding. If possible. to. start. Mon STEASIEB IN DISTRESS '.of newspaper published ; -' .- -
) day. lolth* Cconty Comer, and State of. ,
rn' :'lock Dtercary ranging Jijke thbsattrday I BORDEAUX, FraMe:Aug.: 22.- Florida. -
:' k i :0., lust = tprV warts! The" Danish teanfefiCyrfl-ia dls- ; J-' _. ,- '"
r Til }Noonday u.*t r pIf 1"Tuea8 -. iThe; medal is east in"bronze'and tsetse"Ii'th Bat of'Eiaays lent oat Witness teal ray of hand tiatd a Court* inert ibl.gad be'otldal t 'cT : '.

? *at '!'p. na. 9t Sunday-75 en one aide b,iihDlfl of the a whales i call lasf-ytgsbtfor! l! dy of July A.' .tt yj7.- .. .I ": ,

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;? '4.=" 78. at 3'p. TO. !!. Thursday tl b 1aferaatlepalztemgtte-if. 'trta- reposed"iJ ia7"a.1i, Ironing, awlhlrh7eal E.,W.Clgrfc KTJSSBtt ctnnit"t'urt.-(SEAL''.. -

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I CF1': "b17" .". M- : s : e e. ;?THE COLLIER COUNTT 3CEtTS .. -'. : r D 25 1927 __
"I1t may, August
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Fire Partially?' .- t The Everglades bos,had' been' chartered I Ten:Thousand ,/ --C01ITRAmK4rW VA ll pmrllSKSADD.: Silver':King Movie Horse Gets. ,.-: 'f WIFE DEAD SUES RIVAL
1 for the occasion and carrieda 'I LOX DON. Aug :Though his
'Destroys. Apartments. ,, large crowd of young-.people..to [" Islands. "}ilrst_- r mm-w A SON mm*[ e/ I Boy. Scout I wife had t'i:, "i a year befor .
t i j r Naples to attend tile-dance. Ex .Jf: n d.tln-1512? Membership I'i j 1 Thomas \"ru--1 i Jama Graham

EntfOffic cellent music was provided and the ." 1t for N-r ilfff>::lIon ,
{ HJipnaunjt
s Ftre originating from the explosion j ___ -., n__'< __ __ ., __ __n'lliJJ t
of AIL oil stove in the kitchen I dance was enjoyed by everyone -" A-

,of the Fisher apartment, par- present. \ (.Continued from! page; 2)) I ;; I, --. _.
tiaily the Indians Chittaaatchee :>r snake
destroyed the. Everglades I boundary, If << TAMIAMI TRAIL LODGE
R ;,1JI'a3 the southern ,
Apartment af-
House 't-rk.
on Saturday about Projection Machines 'tfflfyh C tmmenitj;-grant. ,from" theSpanish '.' .. .*.tt:' I Jr".' U. D. i>-
tgrnoon-The occurred at
One fire i K .f' 'Pe
ArrATUl1If.r .
Duke q't t..
rhreSixJ 4*o'clock: and had it not been for ; Ordered For Club ,crown,jto i' If K. .4, M.
gon-, :
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the efficient work of the Ever- ,
Hirer lamed.f4tntan's
tades-DuPont fire department: I .. _. [n RGL" Jo;S FLA.
River and Key were i t ''tl r
tl headed1'' by' J. .T. "{)ode'" [ Russet, That the people of Evergladesare I : *' a I
of i .
.the 'escapade a
named Iron L .tlltf4 Cewaranktfonsf
motion ; .
the apartment bUI1d1Dg'woStd have soon to enjoy pictures flarfy/of drsertingr English. sailors ";4 ,. F 11ewt

been total' wreck. after a period of almost three I w ?.were enabled.to escape from ". e' ..:.." + t, + irxi t and Tkini FrIB. e
As H was, the Fisher apartment months without this form of diversion f West fisherman who got y f a a ;
Key a .
"'completely* and ", f. .. Light O'clock, P., M. .
was destroyed seems to be an assured I.their,.money and deserted! them pn _
three other apartments were gut- fact. Two motion picture machines felting "thewould .
the **/ them /II' : LF.
!> W. MeL oi, W.
nitbr ted by thjfr Jblaze. The extent of 4th i fwerej ordered Jut week, and have find a tcwa on the other end of I I Il II

ire;.a > damage .was placed at fS.OOOi;; been 'shipped. 'They will be Installed :the it'"and. Th'ej'were, found in a : __ l Ii i 'I S. Lep"s. S..
er, ho and the Insurance* adjusters -were immediately upon their'ar- ..starving condition b& Mr -.W. S-
t land immediately notified.Dance .-; A rival in Everglades, and arrange Alten,_ whoit30k.-rthem',to' Punts } .1. ,. ._ __ _
} ments are already underway with Gorda.'turner's. : ;

not Th," At Naples one of the big producing companiesto i. River was named after 1 k
furnish pictures -to the Everglades Dick_Tarn er, a scout"in, the Sem- REMINGTONSlei
'sjderfor I ,**: Is Enjoyed by Many ClubInfant : '1nole"Wars who returned'to theislands I

after uifqyfl.War) period. i rays, vwaavra. _

qJ4t! .Although entertainment seems to ,Harnev's! River ?was-named from i.. I i 1 il 'I )Y-I1WffI'I'US( (
Daughter of C<;L 1urn y'a expedition up' it to Scout I
t hare been lacking In Everglades Executive Fred Letter Presents Certificate to Marvel' Horse
dl1etaDd< the vicinity most of the sum Mrs. W. Grover Dies :seize Chikikia. -Shark River was -
r named Ecahlabatchee and Aatche.chopoca Perhaps the only instance
-' on record of an animal receiving a pennln -
Tht mer this condition no longer prevails Rentals
by the Indiana -'' "*" .> honorary membership la the Boy Seouta of America organization
and dances have been -Itt
tropicj several Word was received at Everglades Cape Sable or the French for By A. LOUISE HIJUEBROW1. ? tern In chintz or too. a f t decorative' Is the recent award to Silver King white mount of Fred Thomson. the i I ; >paiU
ities t{ enjoyed during the course of the is that has screen. However/if fire on J"". B. O. Western film star, of II I
I on Monday of the death of the sandy cape the name ;- paper a diploma eerttfylBg: his standing as an LTPSCTMB-COOPER CO.
two weeks
side ppit of Mrs. Winnie persisted since the brief> French the walls is grain aDd raAer. ,, Honorary Boy &out.: The award was made by Fred Lettea of the j
infant daughter TfERE is
,On 20,; T a mistaken idea that ,
Saturday eveningAugust like the little Colonial chintz ) '
an It Asgelesjanuicfl.: with local Scouts and 1 ''mp {'t@ Offlre Supply Uoo4e
moreJvelopjj Grover at Macon Georgia, on Fri- occupation dcartography. it is impossible to two attending was based on !
a-dance was held by the Ever- use shown in the illustration vinelike''
glades Club, and' large attendance day, August 19. Mrs. Grover until was called .Punta Tanchia by.the !Iifferent designs in the-same room design is charming used with a it as King[: excellent-work hi -A Regular Scout'" the mottos jrtctfcrc; *- 2114 ffendry St. Phe. 714
a i
as Spanish.' The "crau'eIds at the vithom confusionMany people are son_made( dedicated to the Boy Scouts. .... ... FORT MYERS. FLORIDA
the, li nits noted. Although the weatherruult recently had served telephone I the contrast of type is pleasing ... _-'- *
at'Everglades, and the cape were'tailed Caloosa Oldfields afraid of figured, ortain*, if they provided the colon hsrmonise.oConventional '( .. -
:! w.a hot ("too hot for.dancing" as operator :
and abuot 1,> miles north waswhat Bare wallpaper on -their r.waHi, and!
of her child's death came as
t door: on* Individual was heard to re- news ,was* known'as'theiUpper: : Comanche they would never. dare to pat a papers such as large OKLAHOMA CITY..Okia.. Aug. I

ttade l markH the dance leetcedtto be:JOf a shock to her many friends her Fields. About the time of the rallpaper screen in' front'of l' .'a jc'l diamond patterns rtnpes potadotsy/; Smocked. Frocks foi\' \ 2*.-Carl H. owardH, St. Paul. N.
fyed by present. .i.ned waIL q etc, would of course go well with 666
everyone I
Civil! War the ,.pointsof the cape ,. C.. was re-elected president of tb
BelfaK : Bo.raJs.md, the such di- |
Powers of use
Miss Rose *
koonterrite many On Saturday of evening'!ople,Augoat'of 'Ever,J 7, \slashed Bernard McCaughey with were hovin''as East Point, Palm This rule n the IF:we/aninaf ft verges.. instead of an expanse -! Ae Smart LittleGirl j National Rural Letter Carriers: Aa:', I ;..
they Point and North Cape. They are it wy two different designs rf the 0 color, often! A sedation cxmveoUoo here :
glades journeyed to Naples to the a razor when he told her he had t'L.e'type.. If .h H:*. "*******JJBMabrfe
known' and your wallpaper has
.now. as Eaa$* Middle makes screen or draperies machi day.
lion i d<'nce which was being given .there. only been flirting with her. North Capes : rel';e t vely. When a Dreading/. floral pattern Ml of more a part of the room pi..., than! I yee\lti-I Chflto Ami, Fever

will Ponce, d Leon landed at Cape. Sa- !gem and vinelike lines it should if'tixy were made of a too ob9oioas. Mrs. Rachel yambam. 80. Dengre er Fner

or. then 1 .' I ble he marched his party over theprairies Mara: be. used with,.a ,vine&ke oat-- -.-.! ere of plain matseissFLAGLER r ham. Eng.. who recently married a It little tb.* .

u bai : until he got mired and man in the poorhouse IB which
stopped at Ponce de Leon Bay and PENNIES. CANDY COUNTY both were iMaatea, now wants a
UNION wall required to back track to his WIN ELECTIONiged SHERIFF IS SLAIN divorce. ii"1

boats to progress; northward. John I' I 1
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eut The Lee Williams found coconut.trees 'Indiana Mayor Re-elected resse!' .rf 2! BUS STATION growing on Cape Sable before 1937 1 'B advice from policeman to how
and* lIT and thought Chlld n of Twenty Negro.BUKNELLAug. a as Paint and Oils I
Jhey were growing
{ Years Ago to keep his wife from beating/
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iYjlt' r Collier Building : wild. Two large Royal Palms %hA,pasae' of- rI him,.. aDd was told to go home and
[ were noted on the Middle Capeprevious I Farm 'UDplement.3Fencing
vALPARAISO. In& Aug, 22.Candy. .- approximately 200 men tonight'was kin her.

t TAMIJtMftTtEJdl.TttURS1,., First and Jackson Su. i ers: to 1850.:by other observ- pennies and cheery smiles searching the community near ) .

tr a. : Concluded Next: "Week:)- which Willlam F. Spooner Val- Roy, tbif county, for an unidentified Giants' Co hens I I''

I .. Phone 115 r' paiaiao's 79yearld mayor, spread; negro who today : fatally -
;i:10: > among chi1dien.t; he' city :9 wounded >Sheriff: Perry Hall, of 1 I I Sporting Goods ;

A) SIBERIA FLOODS' iUCtDE'; pears ago are. credited by the execntive laglet County, with 'a bottle.r_

VLADIVOSTOK; Siberia, Aug. with his vlefbry'at e :altelection. I Theofficer' died :of, a' fractured. t 'I ATFrafikltft
: .2Z.--The flood waters which have '! ,skull ,in a- St. Augustine hospital' --I- q I i ii

I'dJ' be -sweeplng'the. maritime-province "He" says friendship'.oft chIIdren !this afternoon without regaining j '. Hirtftri Ci !
TO TAMPA\ are voting SW him :' i I
,during ih :elasj week now of ag: pt consciousness. .

i; n 8:00 A; M. and 2:30: P M. Daily gradually the flood receding'are 'Losses estimated causedby at I into Mayor office.SpOOner .hu-e's i t only ,received' Sheriff here Hall,'was according.to.attacked reports-by the I +-.' i.trrxttt : '- __ I I for first A.a4 ...." t**. :

fifteen.million rubles, democrat chosen for shy ice'iu )Fete i iI
the i
.negro aft tc te !tad. entered abuilding new daisy plants were yet I '
Ik, PUNTA GORDA; VENICE, SARASOTA, 2 : '>' '" 4. Porter county, a 'l'epubUcaJIhol rotig- at Roy.In, which.6e eral ut yesterday,and now Suzanne can pick I I I FORT MTERS. FLottBi< i i.I iI
He ohW'ile cratic nether
x :: b the a bunch of Dowers in appreciation I I
tt BRADENTON, PALMETTO TAMPA GOOD COFFEE ,-, mayor .Valparaiso. : has bar In45 negroes were alleged to have. been' I this'pretty new gown. "Surely nothing I ..I f
Coffee! either,jpercolated-4 or cooked : years. Hsawst elected fi i t. tnnO1 otaglng a drinking parly.riWbeu oaW.be sweeter than a smocked frock ]I --4-=--i-
2:30: P. M. Daily the'jottfcerordered one of : : -
In an old-fashioned pot. !. its chosen a pin inIsol ild fit ftbyoke Hd sleeve in one and with I
'\ the,men to throw up life. hands, tbe the bloomers to nsitch. For size sit <
best self 'Wben' cooked very, 'very 1910. "
negro is alleged .to have struck aly 11'yda. of a 35-ulch material are Fort Myers
slowly never tolling. Sponer was never* known t t4pass[ ceded nuke,boti
: PUNTA ..GORDA ARCADIA, WAU- him with the bottle.. The sheriff: I > frock panties
leatiiut .
a Child without a: &eet- nth 3i r--' of contrasting color for the
CHULA, BARTOW, MULBERRY, NEW:HAIR-CUTS tug,- a handshake 'and i':"a present was alone 'when. _he' entered' the filched. .".",,flat sad.-....,.>fJ...
The new 'bobs grow more and from the depths of}'his'tny.tenous.. building. Jewelryman

LAKELAND. TAMPA I more.feminlne-:curls and wJrls.If { pockets usually a peny or"a veceoffeandy. 'Bloodhounds were placed pn the :: i

1.t\ ', '8:00: A. M. Daily possible! but at"least irregular _. 1 trail of the fugitive and po semen

fends which give Ja fringed hair When he was first" tect l ". I .' poun'dy'of' matter of hours until ,the slayer -
line. ted 400 ? caridy35"a ;

I PALM BEACH AND MIAMI\ ,..... Valparalsq youngsters. 'On' being -was captured. I II II I 'JlY

CAL GETSMEDAI elected again In 1904 h gate them An'. unidentified- aspect was under I Optometrist and Manufacturing -
10:00 A. M. II
Daily arrest 'connection II
o lOOOO7( pounds of candy and'in JUG I Optician
OF KING ALBERT half. he with the castShanghai-., -i. J I}
__ a ton and a Bylthis. time I I \
says, the children be has befriend:: ,, I' [ Eyes Tested; and Glasses;!
EVERGLADES via BONITA SPRINGS --------" ---- F'f
RAPID CITY. Aug 20>-Announcement constitute a good share of Val) I j j Scientifically Fitted
,vaa de today of paraiso's electorate. I II II II I
nt Thieves
MARCO\ CAXAMBAS\ ; i About Youii
NAPLES Y R When in Doubt '
of medal to President I I
the. presentation
'Albert of 1 t. Like -Radiator Caps f, i ESec J! ; lia
2:30: P. M. Daily Except Sunday qoolidgeby King SHAM STUDENT MARRIAGES t ,
Belgium in recognition of his in- I I 1
t The Old Re! ahlr House
avIatlon.r- ..... MOSCOW. Aug. 23 Slice the SHANGHAI." 11
terest-In I Aug. 23. The ornate -
1 : to Colonel only accepted pretext for transferof and statuesque .J.S i DIAMONDS WATCEHS
The medal was; Intrusted f radiator cap, ,l r 3 I
; C a student from provincial educational
LABELLE "Charles JLV Lindbergh at the lit vogue as an automobile accessory n j JJWtJ.RV;
vt eIe' ; > ::1', time of his reception In Brussells institutions to Moscow, is'1 I has brought a new crime. I I -- -
.: the of husbi&d( and wit
10:00 presence
: A. M. Daily Atlantic the .
Spania s after,his .epochl. making res eD(1n Moscow, Sb-yfet atudenti [problem. to Shanghai police. e. i '-
Col. .tedbergh brought it I[. Since the caps made their :, ft fti i
anih 1:45 P. M. Daily, Except Sunday flight. have taken to cfentracting sham HP- j. .
In Washington. ; parancehere on motor thexr 1
to the White House cars
I majjriages wlth. 11l sfoVqahabitants S
-4 ben 'epidemic ot radiator ,
,; ', ,.? municipal, mf JJ ages regis 1.\J$ hefts, and' although police in I Preventing the only aet of" 'J"vi! ': t 'CITY BELT LINE -- "- "-v"---1--: : :'Iii bereacom I CLEANING
CO&tti '" try-Affices -
hm t *
; va
: .: French and ioternatloal brother ever owned by a nwjorI
] TALLAHASSEi:,, Aug. z: .. .. fcit set- S 1 ri
?'a 11: 'e '<- -- I I league club-Andy .n. Sydney
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have tried
of the state uejinnU to
Stuart Lewissecietary protect caro.wers.
north' i Every, Hour the Hour 1 New York
on Cohen. rf tie
Is tECAiDi'jtaH ins months, Sowtte property
i of the TO BEAVEhSAtMAATA only one thief has beeneacgbt
drainage board.and trustees PROTECT .
as slafjwao IU only sit of on tf and half a dozea of the J Giants. Andy at top.. ic daring I E AND AVJ
Ho ,'; internal>l Improremen fund is recuperating Kasakstan.] .Au$. 23 tfhes nut;already; she has leaned bow JiD the InteruttioB League this i -- VFL / VH

a'i a in North Carolina from -A settlement of JtJeaVeri. ,i rft }I ei was a lowly, coolie. Jobless 't'1! il"smut5IDQCked gown caa f year, while Srdner, lust off the
-secsoma= as 1 an automobile accident which near- ported In -tlje Ata ssaf; bT "had a large Dumber of. the -. This, style places Use Knocking I 'Alabama caaipvs. t It! traveling PORT M1 KBS, PLORfl A.

>Ve carry a ser}*. complete line of: ly resulted seriously for him. Mr. the first ever heard.?oi ..nat re- traps In. his possession: He had oond the shoulder line with a yoke -'- with the Wants.Sunday .-- -

coAt ra Lewis'was crossing' one jof the gijjg. Local aathoriUesare tak'< 5Otd.! .tlii.. he said, for the 'equira1eot Jcct rigID eabracing deeves both the A' frock dainty itself bit and of t .-4 S M O K K;
'" te I
.o :_ c. FishW'facklcBuilder's' Headersoavllle. Nl C., busy street Inr-Measure* to .rdanlze a specia '<>f $1.20. They were valued dttbing! rataBcercollar,cuffs: and pock-

M :'"Hardware and was struck l>y an automobile } zone for them In order to protect at'inore' than $100. Many Chine. ts. i J4 ydkof a:u-inclnutmal makes CoJilerCounty 1I |'
cad is3 He suffered l severe bruises, but no I them, from being killed by, 4t| iitbooght; are' pilfering the he frock ia vx year sin. (Cepyriikrt.

pl&ntatland l ,| *. Carpenter-s'Too13 bones were broken. He waa'taken wandering Mongol tribes: metal "statuary' for ornaments. rgalbJj3stYii' ) .._... -
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: -- House Paints and
S Oils ._ to Asheville for treatment.
: 'i I Smokersand
erie.eJ[ -Vamu bes and Lacquers J. .. .
John Deere Farm Implements
train :
Ui : -' J
x&ockialwhich J .4 Housewares Oil and Wood Stoves Sweet,Runneir Big Tooth

fl ::" Lawn Hose, Sprinklers and Tools 1 rr fC- I Royal Palm

eases ,a ; .1 ..'.. ". S
sJ l\1AIL.QR ,

the Thi j ntllji Sel ",* When In'Fort- flyers, Slake Our Store Your Headquarters .1t t -I I like I aBi21rlt; arrow from a bow ; ;4 3 t $1.25I CigarsManhattan Mercantile -

ttcrtht the Unittot ;: HEITMAN-EVANS COIiffANY .1J a for X928 gets away in traffic like 3 kcfit I ChickeQ..uiu !! Corporation

th I : ,
aid _ulairW&om bowl .- HENJ1E $Ojv
dolf i-r" ., .? :The Big Ilardts art.Store"; J : t >-* -*-.. J i i A place? ttfeaf'

ed to '..4 ,.... f_ -. s- i &HBSTIEAitomey
tbnU Y-.. "' : -- .f Watch the jtncks next time you drive i fhe beet oT food
It '

d1mfJ 1100 First Streets '.:': ,::::, ._, .. ,.,.. Phone 2 t : -. downtown: !, how easily tbey step out. !' where aerviec Everglades -at-Law
'In Catoosa. -1 :., i ,'in front when.the signal changes. And : and quality ar* Mrew
Or i 4 -note how'they give other cars the slip l f'mnb3.8ized. I
Co\mank\ ; Title & Trust Co wl h '
: ee : f .-in.chcfricndl rivat;y of traffic, l ,
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< -t I Property Ptotab"

\< JiD :; f-;. ,' .... Capital,, and' .Surplus, $150,000.00 a 1 You cannot %ay you know the full t I I
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r -, : meaning of" erformance"until you'TC EK +kdag
J too need fa
of Title Prepared on Any Lands I
Abstract :
>a spit 1 driven t tie ,
,o -- .' a allele for 1928. -. ray nfe f".m 'tsa! +.
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Thy; Collier County I J if i..... ice
ten with
ti t 'BUICK FLINT .MIaLI f tea
y.u. -
4 a ain1a1Bts efs ezp.n.e and

.1tY;f.J !i ;; Tour ger Cent Paid ,on Savings Deposits, 4 OpI I .ax __ ../ prvfnctitm.

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., 0" TORT MYERS :
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... '. BUICKH928 .. '- / ------------j will est yep aefhtagaarrle.
kneaa : '" .' .O.4@ I .
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bit 11 : t&. psastit4ena that rosined t TheGraystoneHotel .
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seriii4 '
p ,.' ... -\ .. ---- ...... ., ... imfftta acosc aco were gigantic .
BEAUTY { :-:- ;, ..'5. : animals sad seeded teeth ; '
: A CURL OF NATURAL & a: ; I big to
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,; Ar. the Reult Attained ia a.Permanent Wave. Expert Uareeltnc. Art- Jn tat with] : They had 'em. too--as I c. M'. COLLIER tfI
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f im t* Ail BrnCTM cr Beauty CuJturt Hot mad CaM:' JtBaatnx Here's Stan Glover o.iarlermQihtmpteB tl'10:4"" Rain Water. Call for Appoiatment .=a' plajedri Kiss Grace Porter of I
.: USSERY BEAUTY SHOPPE J as of one Canada.ef the He best Is bet retarded : ...:;-.. '' :t: 0: : .t.... Ludlow, Ky.111. tooth, IB nearlyperret' Modern Conveniences I Il Ett"gl.d", FIa i

6 1I..a. A"aGe 1" ... :':8hri I the Canadians'will hare to cathe:r I. FR": "" ATE -r AgDEBSOYATt:''; .:- condition was fin-ct: faa r Service; c..tvr1 .

lsytri. Ft.ridai -potnts__at.tae next Olnaplc .ravei pit near Cifie", 0. HENDRY STREET

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