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 Material Information
Title: The Collier County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades Pub. Col
Place of Publication: Everglades Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1928
Publication Date: -1963
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1963]
weekly[ former <1927-1952>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002014085
oclc - 34296133
notis - AKK1447
lccn - sn 96027186
System ID: UF00079903:00005
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Succeeded by: Daily news (Naples, Fla.)

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.The never failing helpof Mr. Col '
Her, Riverside Drive Everglades Ftoriua, shoeing.
and the nobility of spirit ,of i1IH
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5,000 Visitors Expect Last Day of ,
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t pstol.Across" County Residents Express ;reat Ent _
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little north of Everglades: .lies
Clustered /;group of houses; iI i ---0-

':: with1 several'larger buildings,' I iI The monotonbun buzz of saws and the sound of.-,

L t in which i can,b? i Jj }I4'pay and iI I numerable hammers the Fair Grounds, arc drowned '-
F night f kWPitt:"v : machinery by the rattle of drums and the cries of the "hot do(',,
and: riclankuff>:of. hammers f merchants as the FiUt Annual; Collin County Fair aat.

# ThlsttPot! 'PJ-1? at. the in- I Tarn ia mi xpositipnMg under way. (' \... _' .

".d $tml ,}he Battonc I. Surging crowd* scurrying automobiles gy'v' color- .--J.1: <

:" U t t,_.J.I.C9tfitrGunty. ored toy balloons, vising for attention with the costume __ '
airs ., I oftbe \Seminoles. boo arnsts-( -ill lend "
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y J&Jit mapBf cs'WhicUbayeTbatrR \ t '---- "------ ,- -' ,----- f .'inJCollitr:: CottIt"li. ;,' most discussed affair of the decade-....... : _1. 1 '
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t 1 nJ[ so successfully against the : I '
M r :;''': .<$., f ;> The city of Everglaaes; lives up to its name of "Spotless -
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t. ered.'ii( erossiag the Everglades
.. fy : '! scrip of paper t. be seen on tfee" sewl- ** *J 3
cblakrectingthe. ; ..Tamiaan < 4' r rL tI ; street ear line eeived new ..*t of enamel. KuiUtfngH art _

rait. I Famous teemed with flags and bunting and be spirit of carnival perms .
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shops fea."t."grown? Aa the thousands_! ef Tixtt> r wae tier i sg tie houi!'\snl sad -, fY=
r iron"decouple of' small builds. Fishermen to Enjoy places. Everglades i ill eelehn&Rg.

jrng.. in 1921 ,housing but aifew Gulf Angling \ fair is mica like -
To tie average fair visitor ore: county very -
BY BILL JR.
y machines th tjiresent"J ; j: ) .CLARKE 1 another; a+repetition of what wa,* !seen the year before, but the Cel-

4, 'r.* >nsy!:: village boasting'tpe' fin* : : $ r; ; lien county Fair is unique in that this! is not only the first fair *y. ., .

", Ifiic, equipped raactane,;;s1ppsti Aoou... .fortY seven years Ago t presented by the new county but has many feature's' never bf% : "'I
{puth of Tampa; :\ :* when.South; .t'Florida n was almost- witnessed by fair goers. First of all the CoHier county Fair fe. tree _
;I > 'Tbe* value olf theie' sh/ops >> ; tft all including grandstand, cirrus acts Bud ail \hihtloBs.. ,eee:
.-Ii in unknown. /-there; was a small I
ftewng: up the workon'rhftTamtaaif before in the htstoryof the white man ha" an Indiai dafete beet
Trail( and .vCeth45 1 po'P. of; people from several .. ..
: : ; k performed such as will be witnessed the last night f the cap ttion. -
:.. JOt JBarron Collier projector Js p- ,: other .-states'spending! the winter Iat. I The Seminoles have agreed to dance for their whit r1L"en.t
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-- 'en'wben j it is ifnderstood <- '. 1 -,the olace. which/was later to 1 the "Dsnce *f Peace, and will give Ute ordinal "(.reeu 1 J..rni '.... .
that tbeie has been- no rail '! c become the townof; Naples. i Danre'Vfor the. lint time before a whiteattrtsctkm .Ud"D"f"-, };, : ..... _
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;:; wa ypgonty '
:. '. service has j I1l"dy ilii t : s ela Oa l table from:: nat:: rent =et.
: i ; t.( qidy bus -- -- 11(. ; ; 'r t
.'i '|htainfd,"'cqnsequently- /. 1 a fJv t \1GUl; : ,':;' ,re wagon ttig'was ..qty 'idng 1 atilraf. '7 4 'novel exhibit b"et. id"
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'fit.triatas delays would .. ,', .'_ -: l : .i .1.".:.._ <( :t and treonirte.jtanj': bolt we ghat: :catches its_gy*. Is te te eat I method in whuu! u to !j 1, ,
JNtlti lpl1t,' "1r t'6d '( necessary tft clover :the dht nee. .. Jftajng bt&-t t -to,: *1Ui* .arindustrial are manufacture,; f d iiJl11f'tld

: mentwp w_cre: necrssasprdt nrJt sltgladee, "asbeginning. 1i-,7i'11 1 I No.Ti$ or at Collier Coin,. The loal\ trip was interesting fh.usedt i eihibiw Jill fibre. Interesting;; '" tl1 Last-,( t?, .

:1.f tiae: big machines: ,. The dredges,- I the_ ." Upper., rigbfc- s ty P fr"Should Be Withy' j in calm weather, but not so goodin the Industrial frtfldJae.whlea. has I ja Then comes the it i 'j l"flIJff-iiifJL r-
4rag lines and drilling appa Portion of the *>ibboa of r ckirhieb 1 oat This Reference l t case of .a North Vf.ester or 1 floor space 65 feet by MO feet log Ittmokalee ia l"r" COCi i Hywith

t e.; tJ talus. Parts for the heavy bind the east and. west I Iia clipping sudden squail. It was not only will be found tie Automobile ita exbibiu Gil .t C4Z,ht$..,

equipment used on Trail l workcarat coasts of Florida through the Everglades. I disagreeable mostly from the middle Center.. photographs'( d*.. The first worm;;: that anyone dangerous for & small : differed males of cars taken from pr .h8tor1c Indi&.

West and if the men "on the pirt scenesalong} the TamlamI t teams of a" foreign or strange' open boat ,wus usually used. I poj 3i r a thin Mctkm. This la I mounds foasilit! 'd oyster she I 11s l-a;;:
Jb" had been \Trail in Collier county. Bottom: 3 usually the "numbers
t i, compelled to / tongue are : Today.e. same trjp from f$&sing eeacMerabla interest and I inches in diame.er. The Immo-
; ewatt for parts. I do not be- Seminole Indian**at home near 'S tI :-to Ten and "cess I
-tI'- : 4 np Ft Myers JcL Naples is only a crowds: file In sad out of the tre- i kalee *:xhib>t is at tral ting ua-:<-
>4 lien thJt E the work could have C rnstown' In Collier county. : I words* The following: .words air' 1 !
*" matter of-t hour's drive overFlorfda's 1 taeixdou structure ail hours of theday coal! inteie' p1Erergiades -
i v': been finished this present ':,':: from the SemiBole tongue:wfll be I
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Where had Ol1e'will
we repair ii of Interest" to readers. "
: miami
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:}!f-'! .;working order in a matter of 1 ;. ,,: : find the numbers up to-Ten; butit .V Leaving this building: and on the The Everglades. booth which is ri
\- "'hours, without the. Du Pont ..- '-<::$" will-be necessary t6 1ake'uphe The :ymai.ln: the early days t right is the unique tooth decorated -I next !in the !L;.,*- of march is filledto

.', boPs the delays would have j jr ______ I \ matter of the acurds":; was brought to Naples by boat with palmetto fates and Span capa.eitjiI iuierestiug. articles _

: been i matter of weeks. -yes J, -with 'Joaie Bflly- 'c t: and tOMdajr+ft Is- caned: by' ish Moss, of the State Game. and !!! of evt'd; cripUo:., The .

s'' months in some cases '1 \\Vhat ,Can Be Done Agriculturally)InCollier County 1 One, Simon ter*.1S'; train.' i a e ? Fish Commission under direction booth is divine; into three bettona "
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Ofttimcs it was necessary to.con'stru ; .. : Two Tuleen r j of W. W, AVbite asaist&nt Stale I the first o be viewed U conducted -
t some special piece of ", _. ,, ". By E. '\ : CREYTQN. :. Three Technee ;: ; :/ organized to develop a town on game c mmieslOU<<. Here-Is fa by tntladles and the baud -
j equipment to be used 'as a separate } J.' Four, Shetocken --" -" the border: of. one qf y; Florida'smost an enormous agvariiua 'ad'i made rags aad: \! uandworlt silks,

r; .' unit or as'an auxiliary By E. IV. Crajton, just, one year_ laterthat tract bushels of potatoes to the 'acre I Five Choked r beautiful beacheS:- : Then a ,\ swim iimadred of fresh ... 1 and satins caucmany a complimentary !!
small hotel was built tm the eke
some machine and the, Du shows a magic change and i. Six Epoka. t ashIn the" ifciCl *: fit a ok anti. &b from the
h a now in !*
I It : What can be done ia Collier j4s water 1n lons. : : gr&H
.r- ; Holnapoka of the present Naples Hotel nexta -
LJto to' II: Se R. ) The usual fruit .:
shops were called on I busy community with a railroadsoften model hn said-ddafut- I women per tat or.- :
t I County A. tar teaching questionand : TosnopOka.. -\"COsnopoka pleasures pier was constrneted
,,, this.. work and '19 it at ; ,modern /packiilg, houa.>..Eight -- :; *. which.proved to be Naples most tnre, forest gasuriag and vegetable display ia next. witha
it 't'o oct. Tbe volume of work one, I bare been asking; niyeneif returns that sinc Nine, : < novel display by the combined _
hard
i j 'S roads, homesleads/ind! flour-- t I i Oct. 1st"yte 4 Fokalen- |? -.; populat plec*. -In fact it is more th.- rid lffi.from, the I
r. =-;' ii1td out was tremendous as i lor come years and at last I WltJ l, t cropsi M 'al the eyecansee I I[have cleared a n widltioiiil} 200' Ten Eleven, Pboiolenshoyagen.) ; .' thaiua. pleasures pier it Is almost consuming ,flaala._ : At it a' forces of the Collier county- it Ie

j' : the' machines; building the I answered to my own ; ,. ; -? -R :. rAt i acres and have a crew norr'atwork "Phokoienluilayagen.x an' Institution within itself, extending 12 40 reel plet r% Cejfetteg .wild Company, the Ba-k of Evergladesand
.. Tail.wtfe being pushed night that the. next ten y } ; I the company auditor's office
: "out into the gulf animal and Wp life fa Flot&a is
his : Pollt'nteek open
__ d their and was 'a new venture for clearing more Forwe ire'convlnced MThirteen!
day; to utmost I SatIsfactlon.j
CoHier.County can < naia which is called Progress" shoeing -
: aecfion ': Pokolenchoysgen about fifteen hundred feet. Bunt t betas x&bowo., It tan be urked
anileairm'g ,
breakage was at times ter this : the advantage : beyond! question that, ,- Fourteen "
I the greatest n the made in ,
Of \ progress banking
.Bird. F1asteei.T jChitkel by local workmen from lumber here that moat Of *H fIb for
of experienced'growers 1 -
fc R accomplish the results .: ing sections! in the .ta : we selected*; fronCi: number,of [with the land in: proper condition, r, ]< P1osshok; ems.i p :-;:, o_ and piling cut 1 from the local I the Picture was "shot" in Collier abstracts and accounting since
i It ha been a source of real satisfaction applications with proper irrigation $ad- i af Water;Okee forest. ., I county Here also are seen lire the Revolu1io .H.- period: of Am r
; were obtaintd at Du to me* to do my -bit in of share croppers, Kelly ;i I present railroad facilities 0i Collier, Matee : :; /> It has been rebuilt several times' deer,' ',.,...m, aqafrrci and rkan history! :Many valuable original
:at it was not only sad,Burns"of Fort Myers versed ,Ng i
necesary :
I praying this and making a practical County is truly the- garden tit ;.Nothing.. i since the first piling! and nails I Bknnk. Wild cat, p&aftnr and land gar;< and alis'racts!
|have adequate machinery in a 'general line of winter I Itee'No ,
'to have a personnel that II 'demonstration- of tny'pet the- 'veiet raising: lbleil especially Irish Florida -' ,XfeSiS- > l:1to -' poky ':-', '. were driven od parts of old gray other mounted animal Hem ( and deeds are ;nn exhibition including ,
potatoes
or.7 ; : -ESUI'e. Te buses ? u; and wornout Umbers beside the abOUt to spring upon) the J...aspecttag a lee wth; the oAgiualand
and work f Continued ;' '
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Jdcr the conditions necessary. I Florida las outgrown, u.e.Old -Tice, suburb;oj Port Myers,--who.i character will Vrlng.more citizens; Oiit there. You tee *%& '.'>: ,-,. 11rW I Hew evldvniIts: _antiquity the visitor whea b* inters thisattractive bona tkk signature of Dallier!
; Yallee ..Foogee C scars on:4be wasted piling are Boone N>vfr before Y8 such an
off bootieOne
oat much praise can not be ideal: that her is'tourbtsand"J better y '
only crop have had long: experience lit the roads schools and churches '
with time,
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';coney. Camee c. proofof,t" M giveQ *
jiven the blacksmith who on fast deV & 1ng Jierlnatural: vegetable We 1 ; thereby & better > fr ;
winter game. are community : the
nottesa eoterifig
t.Wait Mon Kichee- :, .: ', tempest and, marine life althoughit apon county fair and the earnest workof
__ ny occasions has stood over agricultural; adrantages a thus 'well pleased with results for in and compensation to_those hardy -e, is ten or twelve feet from the Fall gr&fad' proper that .A* eta- ,
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far into '
: -.bit: forge, all day and establishing an Industry that Is laC ,.that the pioneer spirits who : ;: '
t white hot I spite of the ( groundwas : through hard "1o Eff. > upper leoWf- the water the Ute artaagtmeat *t -b *t** a !4 warded by the t'n'mendoag interest -
:4 "ihe night into intricate twisting shapes the'JUlbinists productive twelve months lathe new and the season extremely :;. ships And .idiscouragement' held l- ;Eat Humboggus ::rv..,-.- ". same.siasa; tarn up several other building follow a, Yell *..- shows ir. this unique roller
Iron
who took these year,-ytar in and year out Where dry we have: ,chipped In the Jut'to \helr faith in Florida and ; ; Bread, Pale tee" time s1 ,Y! :the wave action, from g..ea-l lank: A g &A aOe eta of i ihM1 tion.

them could conditions be more favor-': neighborhood t pi thirty tar loads. .Collier County-g ruture. '.,':, : feat, Aetsce the opep::,galf ::::'. gs pJ'O. ..... all I
and machined
forging. dimensions And able to such aq industry tb. nCollier. Ibf of produce and have & large watermelon r .,' ; '_ '-. )Coffee, coffee Zdi'rf.Bear. It haa'ifelt tf.I.ef. pe of thatched with paid gwtfg the IteMr Co only ExUfcit:
.ito their final j "V-* a. A
'only'tbnt skilled men'bntaWibi ; County, practically immune -. : crop which,will k-ready'tomarket St. Augustine ; many, many;* tar.- "in and collection of booths A., apparsnce Some of the marvelous Hendry
'not from frost *and wher ,land in Mayi"knd? early June;' Contract* outbo, tand, for- ,
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test who are able to say Tawardedj for rebuilding .'Dh1 : N ; '" ;; -t.; ..- of a. large fin' 91tlaget county ngfer cane is on exhibition -
hat{ they worked at Du Pontfks.trvc has not reached pfoalbitiT*I also twenty acre/ot peppers and Highway la. West Stand AutuIDe Co -a 1IO bee:..... <. ,-- i g lavo Thin f* typieal ;Sl t b> tt cawty i in the ?booth next the ErerShide -

unstinted praise for prices! rwith. ;- > : twenty acres Dl'egg:: -plant' from for rebuilding Alligator.' Afllpatee ',:; and : *, w.th". lta"fish- where I* found t\c'greit t number I ., setik.rVarious products

tiktr oaiteti and untiring work .'the
'ailempting and succeeding ia the Seaboard and Atlao I.'iJe CoastLine I good prices. ,:
lfeping!< the ball rollers* un- Weu felt that our last problem For It pars ot-potatoes:we have t. Vero Beach--range'and Grapei" *'House Chikee 'accept tfiel3i'day:# the waters un- ; ter of ie elide aU Iafg' jrpresa ttf aewfomtrra! to the state

til.the:; job was done. was 'solred; that with t quick received.an {.r&t.4. ot'$2.75 for l fruit planting under TOT la .4K"( -F&e! Etee :ii : I and' around the_ pflt pot* creestfd tr0ag It seal t}|and to many c-" tnoseno are tintiaaeqnaiated

l ;;'" transportation a sured ire):wouldbe 50 hound state, O. B. Naples.l Acre: tract at cotnpr-o lOngs; ',6yioe, &** :-:', .t. oflsilver minnows j trots_the top of the pole t i awayi wit" me agriculturalpossibilities
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t-Daytona, Bu =- dtbg .Annual, justified In an Investment:7&n alarge .- For th< first: *,*'ir" ots tomatoes Highway,and Osceola> Boulevard; '>. Swamp. A pee t' -. fish alt huddled : different points 4a tae ,<3 9 an ef Ftda.; ;<
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oreby: : 1927 the Naples'OY& and Truck check here $1.537.75. .From the -. 'Tan.ahusee-stat6' haa -dfstrlJ>.1 : Lake, Okeep.tlee..c-. 0 : b' fN1t. These minnows areueeHeatb&u' t j etric lights. A made ef fagfttaI Count in hoo .*' 'he most! 1'8-
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a'h drble Club Company. staff clearing; two 13 acre tracL-ttiat, produced these uted over $1.500,000 to ita tbm- w River r, Ya to dies;< -, : ', for all larger fish I that 4amb-r u.. the a_ mMrj marble pf.u.xflitu tv- ,.e*:J

recenty! 'h paytoBa"A., :. hundred? and 'f' rt7 'acres about we: hire sold a je? $7,000.09 worth men schools its past 9'month ..Chili, 1C& by li.t lee;; aD4 are' easily taught la f arge t t00 j sees for the fcm! d aeIe- :: in tM irate !K < H. aptciea; u I hirds '
_ 'V ,.. miles .if anS_in .:::! Everglades' tours of Everglades &Ot.i** ttenid "
.i' four northeast of Naples tomatoes -ItjUOw have Aul4JmobiIe. automobile quantities witji a east havet en -' =-1 from ail of
ti" : !.. ."", bordering Gordon Swamp and,lying A vgry' ptomisiag-cropof, (-water. i CaineBaflle- _.rUnto. ,.attar>> t :z:::0 : SJa. Cite "-,;;--..'. : The pier' ..,|Ters-4WBiisaajy: | good t t of a tropical lI'iWeraett.. ;atroth ftortda. this exhibit is tier

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Companyjnoved: to'site at This:<<..C1eAtln& was a:laccompItshed<<: 'One h.uis yfes rrfastproduced ,t Fe Main! Street and Ariingtoa,: !r, :'"i.,"...\' .:..... .Kahomee : t ,,,e"'IU ', #'wt&snyiaaJ; v dried : ..,1ext Ui the Game eemmiaaiai i groups Of adwi.-ing risltora nil:

., ,. r. ,'. .$-C---,'f" r- .. Inle'iacilr: eightyj wtf-day., ."Tod'ay. ittCttSbersS::ihea :100 Avenu '. v"e ,'4 ': (Co:>A"Z' ,u dp. c e3E< )-1- ,. '(Centtnnte4.:oil-'..a-l) ':.:. i boots if the booth pe fore4 by the< .Cottinl1& on page oft
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-1 ,ii! THELASTJ1mNTII(1: ; ( I appeal which is made to the hicahouM KTrnlsb, sewntifie t tt 1 influtes& tfiatemaq'swtiII are sufficientto' laatca ',ther"equirenients '. Miami. : :-V' t b;}. all of{ the in,$erti
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Imagination by the l|| eoccessfal I' At Ehfersiadea' there *r% a well coin LUsence-u:> a i instant touch
ben charm fastnesses:ofHhe .earth,'sndJwhile plan'way be adopted that w.ll I Lnsda'tn1r .worth are ditched arc eat possible ,
Theiit Jial always a tels"W iJofa liaally terminated I : .. ; 1 I quipped Court Hoose find Jail, 'with: ')n, olf!, c if Deed br,
for boy in the inacessible at "Miami after the "Span sh- 'they poured tremetfdousuins: Into make these lands the most valuable aLj mss infall :will bedrain- : investigationit is .
ewsry 'I I ; [ On close :school: IHIUM. bank, wholesalegrocer .4""d. from ; ; c irrigation WL1 icl1
,esCpf the eartblirtspg American war to which point,the these undertakings.. this natural in}heyWorldC\ I .li.iS'et! l1 and with the I[t being.plan3 1 3 :
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e : 'the'glow tit-tbe- set&W -!railroad-'fead beenpushed'in-18S8 I return in the grewUt: ,..of tlj* '. This ":liS'true because of the t1oJ1ufYp, :un Bg stationsafny I I splendid hotels'atM the I f'oalu t; a'fonl-pd frog; Lake QAteCtohcc -
tinge 'the Imagination ,to: provide camp for the em- I country has made- the r'. dreams: admixture: of' the erosion front i'" g the y sdii-h= *x-1'1'r ned and built, that all the needs j twin- city of Port Dupont boasts. 1 subti>r ran pan streams afford -

laspirrs faith in the lands ."barkation) .:of. our soldiers for wonderful; realities "igihemod' ftc hilts, to the North with thou- a t.au<< be readily of the inrablUnts are being, met. j i#an up-O-date machine, shop and aitexian 1 \ wells and at a

af aw kissed by its departing Cuba. : ern world of trangportatiof.Twee ands oyeafs of rotted vegeta .over the k\;'hw, <;t ty and 11 There,1s -a' boat line :plying j}: lumber mill email txpenv,' the ruck[ farmer
18. .... o' f. 'T ack.q-o't facilities- then [ 'yt yeah ago,!iE& seagoingTaiiroad vegetation a soil that is inexhaustible 'oat w'4' from St. Petersburg and Tampa.jun ,i These places are cenaccif by toulii 'ahis water supply) under -
r rAs aJwy the maps of my geog- wonld'have.been a mecca for our : was the petulant r'projectof and which yields *amarvellous e ealcarioua subsoil Jroi red : the*North to Everglades on 1 telegraph aad long t ta&Mfce*' telephones his own control.

l. apljjr cbnjured irjt visions of latter day gunmen and 'yeggs. I i an old man 'Todsy5it is an' growth of vegetation with lime, which when, mixj j Barren River at the' South. t I i and the fired & rfaeas ,I We h ar much of the frost line i I;

otfeer unds and <<:climes and remoter (hat, the Southern : extremely good dividend. : .producer. !under 'the semitropical sun of ec1.'with the topsoi junpregaated A bus line I'11JlSd i1y from I[man may rest at c>afett, 0It to (C 'muuued on page 3)Incomparable
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)rre >; hed np-'by the 'eternat Government and the soldiers. i money In quick transport of ward th -.course of empire takes ,ag compound whicbi: rovfde: a f'

tIdes;Jad! :ncfsdoobt, tsommi pn1sClf The ancient silver dollar was the packing: house and dairy products Its flight,so even to the South wonderfulplant :Toad'for all j'l
t&fir-s rtddmiaat d:-the IfesQecaaeers 'principal money of commerce I to Cuba and tropical fruits Of all the development that has forms of vegetable life.. ,_

V 1 pt., 1i as< r Henry here in the South and when a I returning, othet men ,have seen taken_place In the State a bold- The railroads. ,, always alive to I
fl!*' M irta ay aDd CapUiu Kidd. soldier was paid off, be usuallygot I wonderful possibilities in the r 'push is taking place that the developments. are taking 1
; .R;S; Breams were '. killed by sixteen silver dollars Many: rich lands of the Everglades as A challenges .the admiration and plaice. are rapidly thro yin i4ett4 < '

t e._ it 'airuggl "for! ex,,teBce ofJhe boys sent their, money I' winter garden for the great centers woos faith,,la, the fut reOof that tienlines mto, -, this "wonderfulBectioni .
':r 9tka of *population along :put section' still known as the Everglades : '.
.... a j>' effort to fnerv home-- and .the only available ? i Home
teIt '% inevitaMe,' ba s cot* means was the express. In those I eastern Seaboard.' '.' ;: ., -which- Is 19, truth:. the nation's -I ,-Today. aulomdbiles} are across Coolungktracts -- -
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r; 1rfp. Eetne' ; days money orders were not sold I ?n 191 the farsighted Florida : My- .
'and so the money that came in his "- "jfhe great road.. buddingro: irit' & distance -of bus hundred .
., ;eeogr1>bYhad' "Qt' :to pay the soldi rs. brought .'in I citizen succeeded' in getting gram: in Florida has a< its objective'the Btyvfour miles on a thirty foot ;
;oC lad eirthT jdenomisat* hopes for ,hi3\! state crystallized: } Where C bth fsr- Pall l
fulevard
Steppes. TheStaked' the bulk was parcelled out In Into law in the. creation of ,the' : building first of great as fine: as any in Eu-'
small bar. multitudinous remittances Board' through; The Soudan The Even Internal Improvement T. -; .
which oterran the safes pleted the highway! down the., with! ;'iW flo'je' birds great. ,/..'- .;;,. ,
'w, Finer as l..iememf.i;:ih*: and the passage of laws vitalize sues : ,,', ,I. ... ....
provided :and had to be protested 'East coast to Miami, the next open : and IB time :withva ::", \ -
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ing th t..body'lnto a great t = 'I
was lost in the: Arctic by being personally guarded. for,Ihef digging' of, canals ,step Is,to connect the East coast vegetable garctenv greenk'in'' 1.
i' system with the network of reads midwinter with delicacies forth : i .
t Late ui&ht'as.. the .agent for the, drainage of the ,great f : j jI jIF
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i alone the office making ,prairies around ke'Okr cho- i "
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.. manufacturer, had drained Trah. :
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who had come onty'tf on 'i sellable advantages. ; : : .
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T 't Wore my trusty rifle. w; peaceful I credulous And unsympatheticnative undertaking and in f&cC, isacoraplishment a" J Along th 3.e. ast -tis deepest:
_ X some pelts to a Northern I. ;Water and better:'... tha "
: had:decried this effort because of no me ancnorage ]
sin thc form of trans- pry
j* '- ttaiW*stir tats abed 'i-ap- || market it was"'found" that the great portion. Still the wonderf .... elsewhere in thafeseciion<:ancl Ji' 1 '- \ "s .tR VI rc E 4UR rrY4 .. ;

Idly "' ..the 'last decade until-the" Moving with a* great ambitionand peat beds when_ dried oat wereinflammable ;j :sources of r the State were > nor difficult to pnnnise that True f .. _!
r ''. .r'P1 ces- -11eat' and 'the/j! as tireless effortdown the and manyTires. resulted. -, tratcd 'in the discoveries in e great railway, at 'least, is plan- .. -
: :-j., petsetrable laeme8tlbt='hartsnnei West-coast was 'that remarkable "' ,' ;: course of this -work The work. ning; for larger things ,by ehoxt- .

[ to the demands for tim- pioneer of {Southern transportation From about twenty-five. piles j: pushed forward by tfrews of men :flag: its m,11eage'D1'!? West \f; .. ... f ': .:J '<, ,':. '7
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More arable''land. 'Tlenry' B. Plant who 'Was North of ,the twenty venlh 1 working from eac h end ofth = point in this section Within
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.. t that 'portion'<.'$'of1n ( 'trai1r steamships, and hotels country becomes one 'Vast alluvial dredges digging into the land one hundred and fifty miles" Trail opening Motorcade when hey arrb"et Fort My-
:PI t < \v}In h those'Isoyhood; 'and the owner of the Southern plain with Lake Okeechobee depositing their gorge upon the 'from this coast to Havana! Just,!IL the25th. ,
days'Jfef':left to:the.*general'no- Express Company. somewhat: J5igher, ; than the,,sur fill along which, the road riles,' a, giiglt's'. cruise, for a cat;ferrijiith | ers And to Collier county residents we ex-
t "JIlell..rnre of The 'Everglades .-* It was: -said!! ot'11Im. that when TOundfngeountr'y, making a natural the' work went steadily forwarij.,. } the port of embarkation alJ teitdgreetings, congratulations on- the completion

WI- ., In-2 e early development) of fit did not receive fifty'thousand water compound with un- at the rate of a oule aud a halt, .least fort)<-'eiJht hours neareii of the Trail. Stop in' at"McLean's'when in Fort Myers.
1 f* '11vbfb 'began backla the doiiarw"a month as- -netearnings limited irrigational possibilities. per month. *., [3Ii'great Western packing<: and:; E ''_ ff .:. .

; Ire ex; there was si'codesst'bed i from the Express Company he From this section flows the Ca- fafry markets. ,. : ./<:t..f"- ; --': ; ,( .
."" ::: antS td attain supremacy raised hell loosahatcb.ee River to the Golf, Some. ten I'r twelve "milesfromthe' l s the, rtttnes! -f. of the a 4 act I '

"'gr eat transportation: It is also told of these gentlemen forming on the 'West 'c ast.a- eoa 1 4the" dredge* 1 :lY' populated? jheDomain grek t pubi. WE N ER =CIJQSE
enC9unteed )oft takarteus -
'R iT 'M. Fiagfer, 'thor oomiWat that Sn"a telegram from natural drainage valleyan asset'' a i of the. West, ;so="wiu '| 1, v : :- '
$p power fa the Florida" East '!tr: Plant to"Mr. Flagler invitIng which the East coast lacks but substrata which! & easily dredged I co5HplcU5of: >, the Tamiamil_ ,: -Y '
? Ctta, WRY. conceived the him to- the opening! the which has been overcome by the 'and when' crusaed and rolled i Trail! and when-' 'the railroads! 1108 STREET FOIfT MYERS. FLORIDA I
made' a wontkrrcl hardsnrf&eed. have: reached their goals,.:wllj thel ,:, '. '
ills Nrf'developing the east coasttJ4 Tampa "Bay Hotel, the latter replied more numerous canals on that j i
sit attraction id the wn-! : "If you want to see Florida side road. f Apierican mind awaken to the 4 .4.. a ; : ', '

$ iiet anathe then great i follow the crowd. Provision has recntly. been made When we \mix!L.: ,' this barrier woltderful jMJsssibllitie! of tbeaatioDS ,." : ',,' '
-bft: Leon llotef at st. Au. The State owes much to* this by Congress for a Flood 'Survey thrown up an: > $ the Southern : last frontier, ,

rn'.c 1 a :s has pionee tinglo! ihpat _of men fv this regionand some' _J"o! the party of.Col:" rj , it is at "' ;Great undertakings like these; : > : 4 '". '
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:. ) estt6e federal GovernSent [t It fortt fev" tar' sighted I The Program of C2 urdiativitles a '> ;
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: ...: -; 'I)e.phe3fereJ( situation.>> ? of. tbuf; e t, f remained f i,* i,nged to. bja"ful ;" p- : \iE .' s /,,
y the close proxim' tatfr.GovejTanieQts t; outdoor: \V A men and ;wonieata lay the fjjjrundatioxMQf -
.section -
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Community'
.and '
,life
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recreational interests, ..a permanent organitattaa -
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the Gulf Stream makes for t
' i ;f ity of that the trucker oafd f forestry and fotfestry-assgeiatiofflS;; that roalik appeal. ,to in. Qhrjs'tiana 1 the children i : fhrough, the'? t 1 xucrQ.&ar.s;
everything.. v "ani Children's : : :
School : ; the t-il '
'- ',. : desire.l )Eliminating: t.e.. -danger. : the- lumber lndus\r: i large'I-:conrKilmers and avoidJthe':; ail too common \ ; { ?
f .. of lofejlf prodnctfe .1 Iawr. ? ,10 the .young people thronglt 5:\
? mistake of Sectarian eotapetttion :: -
:_ of first. and the certainty, of "wa-j iatei5"' ; Christian :*Endeavor; to"':.all x, : : ;
'Vp.ups. interested in
'1.---.oI' : re- that results .so often in .
tern tlm Qf drought tiii} ; : 1
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.....F ti new rsgfcm! o!'Florida: t i j fenges. [soiges: s4ie .ti fc nd-.i4vtc :#f-. cheapening? the.Church. : "atid 8!trytngathe -- through 0e"p|.raf Bible. pass th 7 ail =
: : The women their AnMliary: ; t ? Blazed >
Las
ganlyatfora t .wbinezr) % a"iganizsions .
r i !'- the i imagination. as to- tlid' postr : I Fieachei: +_f I I f iien ,, "
" r ....- ; ;i : .. pager' 1 i :.boys, suitable > orgaa tations$ :are '
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new '
jpublisherf. .
bitttt'ea vegetable 1':41s .Organiz Uon commfitee t '
8 garden : : :
:: : : : on' the fr'graD--PJO-? ?: _
'l.'al"l.ut' ;
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iijgit ;
'orgaaiiati5ns and a, a:: 1 :
' Alo'?!g.tha Guf| &r"
'ide for soeiai aefivities: aiiattopll Jfr '
.. that hostiOf'gxbers.; i gUl,cpinniltts::r for .* .i { :
; bea4hes affocd $.uztbathingr' J" ,help and advice. They found f
, are sejryjng *&- r\. $ll? ..all 1 gauiresas e14.1l !qr
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afCessibie.The moneySand
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anrf.theselare :
'' easily the; man Thus ..t1sp1l'i. ; 1developzneriti' pt all \ : : .
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: : Vorkjiyr to entry 2ohe. .people"the ?
J and.heI4W Jlargp. I "a.tI4' *Hb this assistance! the Coiaideality -. :The ,cfcizrbh peels In th.eCk mmnnityIIall .
t rneesage of forest (Eonsecva-v
: breaks 1'1 ba t r.'k : ,
.Church
k w YfJ1 V V inanity e.t' and hag the, !lisaitysupport i
Inds tlgR bird!t "pxotecjlioiu. i1 tttl #
as andJn .
t.tA"; >& on _
:. ; of all who are iaity aj thin-
the plisse and f+ VUp4 s cell,, 'lthon_ &:h.'h sub'of" stiovexe -'. "3ne plaair{ 1 I ab.stantlal 1..
j fi it- : "ie.f.: : j 5J r6ad and &s welt as the: 1 loyal :a {4 ".
1 1n dug undafor it a .widef'; fd and the '" rE' 1 '" (1j =
:, npt: f.d .J g' i : very simple! lh; h a are ajroperatioa: .,ofwh #hos : -.v. s'S
the gamfisb.! tyat,3ahabtt: ? Jiie; devetopcjent? of Atnerca'a: ..fo{esh 1J be 14." .nembejs&ip: ?" without iQ"'come back *very wrote o' f fi fw fx

ratgrastcf: .the-tGU1f! .offexcr; .ien resources'1 ..present.will 'J change of df.nemigaiont!? -_All Naples. And as Naples .growswa-: .',
? When the tinexcelled: "climate ll .pf.uui at'i 're '8"'vo#icfr"in vtfi'tions commodkms Chorchbe laini wii f ';
'r 1 is combined; with be emphasized 11f*UV k'!|}!
I this region a : Of the Congregation\ -are efl- erected ina commanding--

soif;iregulring no fertilizer, a are the protection. of tai forestsfroiir :, i I gibs., to.the Office of? .tTrnstee. titiouttt jeograpMcally: .""::1--Uj:
; water'Tlupply that can be*''deffnitely < fife and .ther causes' )4dervastation i Every eater 1i1S'bwu ; j .
one can by take 4 % ..yrhatever expansion ,
i J Controlled. absence: -fef > ,.t.\idtbe.nedd; f'!! orejwtation I.Jlpd of Baptism.ana___ it h fe eoi-' ther .jni 1";-;jbe ;;rt! -;;.Chnrchrwel- '"

frost .and protection from," Jthe, -.and > n $ mt.el''I dially welcome to :;Sir ; "" rd's' ,I comes-.ONE; AND ALL t incite:
periodical Jty e4l hurricane trl4btrte.. est9t p .: table. >-T -f' : '"
India ; I -'- : name: cf :.Jlte ONE"wha;.laid: : t} tf
a productive e condition..fiife. 'vast '" S els.ine -
'. > no regida'of the earth cffersf: .*, '* f The Pastor and Elders; are re- ) is your Master:; even ;
: more iBducement for, settlement, areas 'Of ratover. bnrned=aver, spon rte to.. the f Christ "rI
< ? .Presbytery! c> I ; and ALL YE
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suit devei6pgi u .- ?, and ,idle.land -wnicj&/aC*'} present 1 148: :W:_,Florida And "report t&'.i lat I 1 BRETHREN7: ..' -::" .
eonbI H <**l yL
.- The! temporary lull inK-the-:. =, art: making no > '
-a ,.;:terest&t. ihe_.ioKeseeker and the L wealth of .fut\1 e-timber sup. "
ply ot the country. Tbe f". r&*"i PNEVFRMINjYs"
tourjjt alas! not Off,cteri} jt Is declared,! to .rites' .
',;.ae- CQvernor John /Martin. org i problem!;
practically all citizens oL t '
Barren G. Collier, \vh6 r o. -de-- ? :; :

:.:itermined. in their 'attack .upon/ IptltU, each.! of whom caweoi,: : .t .1 ;?: : .n' ; .. '" .' ', k.\ .

the yaJnhabited. sectJon"which- is ; tribute to conservation and foreideyelppment : IJt-i ; .

soon :t*<* 'Witn "1 :Q-SlrrftpY,: At : by $are with 'c JJre,' A5 -' -. ..
he the ,. """ '4' < :
population neter seen1 before ,jt. Jrheix! frequents woodsy > -:- i. -
1 r the United Stat a.... as-well as "by lending intelligent J V % .: "

< ; Of ,course, the eventual ? outcome and.j}nderstandine: : support tathe: ; j {x4f 3 Yt Th: ;New Ford

will bring all the adjuncts: fu nt! er-t ee, .of better forestry I If S : e "
modern civilizationbut'" cndtti iis4lbeally national-- : -- -
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I't nearby islands' wall i always tea: }. G'tiJi : ; .Beautiful. mss conomlcal of .Operaion5Chc ; -
ford retreats that win 1ltir"y: : 1 : r.JGo,4izywhere
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breeze eocoanat: .through beckon the graves; to of KeY,2tXestKei: Yacas: stretch cfOverSea --: l: --1' ; : ; .- ::: ,
palm |!

i ;" 'modern Arj-onaot t4 sefk: shelter that, cost j$flIghway .tr; : .built, .'at a. "' f!iryst Workmanship .and l M, t QlT l lIRopkcAzL
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front the pressing! erowds, that w4t .- V -

}. wUlieome in tUae. ; .,. ;< T' i ii .. soil tough soil ; wet t

Jt takes co stretch; :of the Pensacola Construction s ..of Now SOFT .
i .r, holds no terror for the new t
'r imagination to populate this'seck brldo, \;'aefosss Pensacola....'- ., l.t .b'... Lowered Prices "G&des 7 Special Caterpillar Tract r.- ..Lay- \
"1 lion oath| homes and cities that lag planned, ;.. "'" -' '-. o*tkc Entire tare" ing jt3-own br6adtradSjff ?Ides#he'stirfaCe!' Oi 'RS -

1 f wilt ipompare with any .ol- the :UMtc"=/'Ser:15: lightly with Cracticn in every inch pf contact :

!.," ," 1 South when the comp hDg.. facta = > "uU: :T/feTM:crdi- with the sc2Aet this extra pull l for,Muck, ? "'
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Starke 'On vt ; 7"T" C
About "
taken into account" fe -b:11f .. far .'. < ,
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work
i are ; IT trsct.r ,.writ; Land .- deep-se .plowsfGrrNPri.eLfa "- '. 'p. .
: xh\ ", is. not ,a section_ ft or,Tsick. > grading on state road 28 through .adFsi, TOOY. -cf ,iisks.and harrows,polled in'tandem.. #J -' itr
._ Fort Florida 195,
Phone
snen 3n& tvocnen. It appeals. .to Bradford County completed. .Myers, .
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jCONAL[) &l3lJRGMAN 1
J C Soungmn.susho coin golden St. Augustine Railroad crossing : \I,

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; day. 'Sl *the out doora into-bank ow'West-Ring Street being re '1." ""'" 4. "J' "' Disttib tors IforTToridaJACKSONVILLE r -
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'\ accounts. .and... Jf.HS68. ,- bailr._( C ,. "- ; .l :'' i '. ._ :' btIAbfl 11 i S
.fly .1": """" 1a the- f' romaae 9f.*..#-he- ;* .i--:* _*;?'3r",- ",XJ J-a ', ;;- ii-: I: > qc'ContpfmjfCleiviston?Florida' J __ _--.- ____ .. __,103' -
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; } 1iIerg aq here nature has new. home. Wiii

. ::, i' gimbin4d tot pJlc with man U be under.construction: l here.y' ; .... .- ,', _. 'A ---,- .- .:. .!.,. ... ,. ...' I,_-K .,. -- -v.-' ...'
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'<(. will $ t woo heron'___"the_ wild i -.---IMF'.,. ,k- '- .<--'...... "'s.My -- I I .4oi ..... -t J. ;: ''' "...,... .-: "':: -< ... /' !=!f', t,;, ",. 1 ....,; $" 1:. ." :

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5 thDotighoat American Forest 1 Week begins I NEF1 : ,; :::. -. ::,. \ >> ",,,.-. ,. .... .. .....
..... the j ni tad States : .r --OR'- .
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1 ;t tray. April 22. Devoted to-a 3, ;
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: z5; triatfon-wide Consideration, : of .th.e ;'. '" ;-
;; :' of and de- ; :. : -C. COMPLETION THE TAMIAMI 'T J L
--; it'-'bfem.: protecting''; .and critics : '< t : : ; ;
Say. .
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re-o f, .........- :' : ACCOMPANY. OUR
: palgn to bring about better forest ahea.H d. : : ',' '
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,i conditions.U1. ;JwoW tl.rs : y?- COLLIER; COUNTY RESIDENTS at). .

> U1-Jj\\\*- a X':Decent proclamation.l 'VlSIT'x RT MYERS DURING TJH1B :

President Coolidge: designated the -y.. ,;. ,,:' .. .... i "
agehof April 22-28 as the 19.: ;S '.' .
.'Mnsrtcan Forest Week and urged'the -t :

...: people of the United States '. 1> .... .

.f to<...t? n iri its observance to the! .; It.
l "= end,"he said "th t en-rgeti .
t ...,, '.forest policies will be adopted. :in ,. f I I

';: .t1.:fotmmnnitlee.'t k : IA "TMILPf t

stirs Is the chief enemy of the i: 1l :

4 forests wilt be, tre.sed and prevention during American of fire. 1 I fI s, .. l 'J : 'j, .CELEBRATION ,, !, w

i st Week this year. lttttr 3 I f.e .. Y :: >6 I ..
e rehabilitation" of-.our for- .. "'''- <' APRIL 25THc : ="i .,: -
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I, emands first .of all ,-that / II ; .- .
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rest fire evil TM: suppress- Two years ahead to Karanc ana mechanically** I ; 5'' ; :: ;
e President deciared. "s .> ,H. F. BlwwKard of Motor "New in every respert"Give ( f:
the impression of being in. much .
a higher price -
of the forested States ::;
dais; A. Den of .
am Motors i; v- Atf important: ti
&. cooperation of timber- ., advance in the: rt of car building:*Walter Boym a in ,. f I ./[; : II
'Automotive Daily New; r _: T /- -
tiers have undertaken .or
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:protection against forest ,] \
and la recent years aaral According whose" New coo : ; \
to men Hotness silenced : g ,1\1)1.i; : :
e Clarke.MeNary law the f opinions count therafs the a t interiors provide new corn- t'M'I'lT O.L1F 1M.
Government has given spirit of tomorrow in this I fort and enjoyment. ;
:support to the movement., new. Oldsmobile Six. v ; > ; rll ff11J .

4 : 1s:great cooperative enterprise '- .-A score of other new chassis .a .. '" ..., .
A new, high-compressionY and -<: "" l
: ou-.fc be extended lnd strengths !" .35 h. p. engine offers an which body heretofore feature*-features hive r c .: ,.;; ,. { 7. < E ort M yers, Elorida. 'Lz "' : _
i wild until forested county .
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every S abundance of smooth,quiet, identified ; : : ---- : '
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J, high priced.can- "= '
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I 1I.'tbe. United States is safe- :
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econcmical ..
Itj\\frded f against forest fires. 1 1t power resulting> definitely establish this I4 :. : g I
in flashing ;
get-away"specd, Oldsmbbile '
new Six I : -
: as the :, :
TMirt We! are still far from the and long-lived! endurance Fine Car of Low Price 1 <'i... \ .
goal b.t complete protection. Ev | "' (.: :: : .(, : t tti
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The : .
erg fir, on the Average*$$O.600 j smart lines TVt'.DRSEDAN Drive it and learn y ,_ ;

,. fLre _:,.COurge! out -woodlands j I ," and rich finish of why thousands are -;:' : : 'f .
new.Fisher bodies 'f .
undermining theiryrttal1thla baying OMscaobile i.1 _: -
steadily 925
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= match the .
bad situation the' advanced: why .!' "' ; .Ii
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i iti.J.Fp !1. engineers "' >' .
,_falls equally on its ''all.y engineering" of enic0.t. ..L.., and critics declare I '.5;:_"o;.:.: f '$ -'" -7 ;';,S z .' w
bbtale ne''arid. chassis* Lr it twof 2' S. :
'4 l& agencies rarely Provide ,.J : 'l"U dra ycdrs ah iul. R i--:' I'd
irt Ftb ...
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protection against fire.the -. \ '
ad oats -
.' : t}'mbrrlaud+ owner .to too of- ST GE ; ." DAY AND ,5
Olt .
'.. .to e7t.1.th -\. \. : .;- ""
tin fJlf'1fferent Atroj LDSMOBILE
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oat worket"00. : ".,pften. ; : : I JFAR. .sE i ft: )f: ,j < IGHT .
: leciIJ of the future forestcitizen :... ;. '
-<_ _' PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS > ; : !
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th pgtrrage te too often 1 :? .itf:. !i

f rare teD with fire i& the woods. ( j'iDSjIO K -' ":; _., ',, -!" ; > %*i'9; ; ;!: ; ,

for itc ie ust forest all that gain: Its such,destruction respect ...,' : ILI: SA LIES. :md..SERVICE'Y I JAcu.. :riN QT-, ','' _\" >, p5-r- '. NEAR-fiECOND -1

thf 4 gb iadiffrence oy,C'ateletJ. ; t-", ,, : ..
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l1esiofaIt be unthinkable. r i \ Roure and Thomas > L l t<
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' Ia'tb l rvanee.. t'..AmericanFCfte j f.Fort! \ "
fyers FloridaC; I : : :
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.. ; ". "". C4L'STh T'LOID .. _... THURSDAY' APRIL 19. 1\28\
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'JIER'.f'COONrW; ,: ., Boy .scouts :'.. .tiehelp,JFoat Jesie-Blliy. )l.t/.t/ *the I Dias tali i t.aa p attain a 1 fCfu\RL
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1 I ='F' AIRUN'.IQUE[ j. 7 :: *- 7T '?art'ttTrouliffif where.lhey will rhibit Bailey r".-foliage Sk rarely ,l < :rT CQUNYCOUR HOUSE J /II/

I' The Everglades xamplea of. eir. handiwork foucj Sa\*>tbir .sections! of the,
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r u IN STATE EXPOSITION ANNALS throughout<
"' : t-ft : Collier county Fair and *Ta- : ef oUifr.tjopfcal trees and shrubs i"L'

_- '; : Miami Ex osltion. thrive-bete as in few counties, 4
What Sackgroaad) for* Boy '
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f I' jlontlnued from page 1)) 1 road and hridgt-waiwith construction. .1 Scout troojss'i the jrilds of the : .p.e*sSter} ..organization Of.the? even f s *-1-.FJQrida.:..f!'C ft : "F
1 ooih at all hours and"many For one yeer th +- ;
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Everglades! country, \ .Boy Scouts--the Girl Scouts I Seven miles of splendid beachalong .
are visited the larger states of Basel working on-a ES.OOP Ol'& With r ,
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organized the if of Mexico
The town of Etij'srglades' a l.w by Hiss fculhLNea I
say that this'exhibit ia with. P. Rhine water power? project. hardly crook turn from Clam J : ,. II
.' : Boy Scout troop oA whit: It f during fire spring montftof. a or >

,+' peer.apetlng. Did some bridge eonstruetion.work extremely proud: anu' When last and since-that tirnb -Brake to tlordon'a: pass, where I f ,1 I

t in interest with,,,the io.-for BerneIn the swiss,holy Federal t9f# Railroad leftfor" ganized during ..the swlnter:; (I : all "tl&e- girls;: in the commnni: ; 'Hl the breakers are etwith 'a

try show is the collection 13!6 by Rev/James: I* il I l have worked hard to ? pass 'HneVtehderfoot I force and grandeur seldom seen I
.sill shells found America, to nlarge bin! professional 100 I I the island bordered.',l eacb
at. theiMarejr: boasted *a membership ef tests. s like theft on > s t tI
landing In
ila i next door (or It would' be knowledge.( -fu' 'workl.mediateJ:1 fourteen -lad's. This' emben}!! I: brother organ1zalion, the ,GftfScoutsSfe I farther to the.. uortlrarard, make
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York and started < I
.off it the. booths had I has been-greatly.enlarged! 4>/ e .1n' for ;long "hikeand' t. of Naples 4 "easide'.J"r'esort of
i. _, 1dool" specimen c !. bf shell I tn) : as a de i igner%la the I examples of fhe, Scout's wood, c! Jhow; .an .cpial". interest t.it. singular appeaL"ThV"waters of

''was washed ashore IBIf : hydranlfc Bond and Share division Company of Electric;:where ,!Ibe | craft: and iheir-; policy of always' o their: 0 ome..troop.' ', .' :,<. ". v the Gulf at JIT:Taplei;>each like 1
i'-'V !"*thet Marco Island booth. Tais "doing a good deW a day" Is; responsible 1 other beaches,! in Colliejr "cpucty'
for fifteen months un-I '
.; iHiertainly the realization of the i stayed in BO' small measute. -:.: : are of pristine purity arid are
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I offered with.Barren i
tit a position '
cliologiat's dream. While there I Several camping top have been J.i NAPLES. } sought by alt: whodovejq sportin
Collier interests in Florida.
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,rf F. of Y::: other interesting exhibits in I Mr. Nebiker that New enjoyed and innumerable ''hike I the tropical sun.1*; 1 ;%, .
says
booth they are So far out. I into the back country %hf York offers-a splendid opportunityfor [ Palm
.. each of th '
", j_J J ),y the sea shells that they aspiring young engineers- ; information always'' ;ac- .probability !be.- spent "inand;!

,d rB neglected T>>y thq TightLee I;with its towering. skyscrapers; ita.u1iway qui red. new tricks in woodcraflj r' :j West Coast'! r' around Naples making- it a '
I' : Seminoles p ti s
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learnedfrom.the' modern
". .- t" resort city !but, all this
(and gigantic bridges. l ....... .
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< Bounty After seven months in Florida Ii' new habits of the wild animals ,: -- -cannot'';,improve the natural' loveliness I
that 'abound* n'this.- con and.much : of the its"
place lI quefaaclnation.
Swiss | : !
.of the outstanding boothslhs adventure called and this i ,iestling in the bright 1Florlda ,
learned -
;is wf the Iife6f;?e nor its native beauty
thatchedirele Is that of engineer traveled westward to birds ofCoilier ountyVandsonthi l" sue, a jewel Jn an emerald sets; '
t' ....' er>onty exhibits; ,It 'la filled California to inspect *tbe great Florida"V:i .N-. "" !\ !:.' ;iing. Is Naples on the.'Calf'w: 4 i "' i I I 1 -- -- -

that: one expectsto.jseeljat, i engineering projects there, .returning ,,'. : ; This delightful section"of Cql Sanford J. C_ Tenny Com 1 is ;
Florida Late The new court house of Charlotte county considered by legislative; ; men as well as architects \
aunty fair and following) its to via Salt Soon after the organization j Her :countyhas.ofttimes been referred pany to establish store In Frank i( t
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; of taking the high honors City Chicago and New York after the Troop,:Barron Collier who i. to as-' the Palm'Beach J of :I* Woodruff bull ding?here. the," I last'":. word in county government. ..!. dings.. .

..' Tampa Fair each year it three months acting as tunnel \ has an active.. Interest in all the_ West Coast" bat compariSons ,------+ -- -, -

'1- ought Lee county will-again': inspector in tie Sierra Nevadan Scout activities presented 'every are not always-satisfactory :'

true to rm.Leaving' this near Truckee with the Southern member of the Everglades Troop, especially when a community baas t.

Pacific Railroad company. Was with new Scout uniform which and The Fisherman's Beautiful Barron's
display we enter whatlthout a many natpral advantages Evergaes\ 1 Ro'd'On} -
J. called hack to Everglades and liking Is the possession artificial
Question the most a- : naturally prize beauty as has Naples. ) paradise where I River Three
the climate of Florida and "' ,
the of every boy in The* "
or envy Naples can stand its own
UTe building on the lot; cony <
Icted of cypress poles cut ly. the tremendous engineering projects in community. /'S;,JO reputation' and 'tr1)) SOBs Tarpon Strike All Miles from the

| still rto be accomplished to be made w, not the bef'J Year Hound and 7G'C'l b Gulf of
+ motes In Big Cypress Swamp Collier county and especially the, To really understand what the around : u Mexico

Limbo$ and :uprights; of drainage problems in this section boys are doing_ andV'what bene:; way .- "' ., .

bage Palmetto the booth to fit of Boy.Scoutsis? to a Naples is a fit t'-J'' <
expects stay. ""S-I a. troop | ; ; OL : ,; EVERGLADES, COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
holds the dleplat.of"/the Mr. .:Nebiker is a member ;of town it would pap? everyone'To* ?wines and : 'spo : < itiXillMODERN
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.I llWrglades Nurseryano/the; ; ilow-. ;thefSocietyirf= : Swiss Civil'EngH take especiil interest ia4hc>Tog. sinen. a region of )upe4a, ve, '

of the ;Estero Koreshan UE- .peers and Associate Member I cabin that the "scouts"errcted' : beauty and natural eh :'- < Corr ', ,-; :.:/:})r CONVENIENCES

,: I( ':stands alone. Heavily thatched, <.t;the Society American Civil with their own hands ,(and a lit- coanut palms. AustraliaiJiOinesf

ornamented whir bamboo.,its I : : \!
Engineers. : -
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4Ifi81 architecture attracts the", at-.* ., :} EVERY ROOM WITH A J
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; ='{_ion of everyone entering;the ; : ;
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'+ HandYSeminole : : : : v :PRIVATE] BATH 41'FISHING : -
.f grounds. f .- :; *.' ''_ !' : : .'-. vI ,
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the shaped ,,, (Continued from page 1) "

lWcUhg| and completing pctagoa the clr-: Barren Collier, weekella see HUNTING SWIMMING I I Io ';'

c 2of booths are the exhibits oftE ,CopeetaneeD. silt, I '
Graham Copeland, Elo hop J"

t .schools display of presented Collier county by and the e (boss man). ,. s.-- '-, : ;; _. TENNIS! / ";"" TII
John'Belcher, Ponieeschobee.Plenty
8 e road department of Florida Ojus. ,. aasaaoas ti. Experienced; Fishing.! Guides Jh, =4rep dance I
restaurant seating 100 people ,
j Bath (no such word) .
:- 1-.ls within the circle. Miami Miami '_ + : -: / ,;"
,-{ liautn, through the Everglades Florida :! A Comfortable 1 :. ; '. Accommodations
Eyap ne copee. 1
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nueery building:: and leaving the Work (word extinct) -- .;., Home in the Heart ..:. :-.f > ;1"-' Being Limited.
ijjjIlQ circle the visitor is con. f -;? ii'"
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Heaven Cho lo pokalee \ "\ I- ; ;-' :-\ '"
the Seminole Indian of Natures ? -. ; ,. Early Reservations
fmted with Home, Immokalee : \ : : '_': < -; a'1

vjjfftge and to the left the hun- 1 Old house Chok loske : :. Wonderland /. '''r2- :" ;' 1 :"-< ,'''' Suggested
Wrtl tents of the ...BoySffibts : I : i
< "pap
(Creek) Crescent Fish Market ". '.. .': c' .. .,::
are seen back of a -modelIE' Old Place. Tallahassee, (Creek) l

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c which was built by the Big Water, Okeechobee. ', ", 'r ;
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Reveres ?i nibit i "'Gl'ens rand "3osi|.. : : [. .i"i.t: ",* -: .> '-. : > .. : -
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'Y \;s. It-IS- a very complete 'camp, Naples.Continued. All Kinds, of Salt Water Fish;\)ysfers' '.in c \\i : t.." ,. '" il I xfI .
anj the boys are.worthy. of con d

_ Alterable praise for their crafts- (Continued from page 1)) .': Season Shrimp and Crawfish. ': 11: .,

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kinds of fish;_ such as Spanish : ,
lilt} Josle BIUj's Camp r --
Deliver ,
We Promptly. ; '': '
mackerel which is a choice edible -
*|Who hasn't wanted to visit. a .
r and Very prettily mottled with "
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r'-ai Indian In the heart of 1./ .
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camp
green and blue then there are II i I "'- < I
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tbaiEvergUdeaf Well the oppor- Phone; -v--! Dock I "' -' p.I'
sea bass, red snapper, sheep City "
1M ty of a life time is here. Over all : ? : IUt'' i ii
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head Jewfish.! weakfish" silvery -
Indians are camped 1n. i.he"ai1age" IORET RJUST "itr. i-,
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e Sf)9) | : with streaks: : that! undulateacross Jr A "
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and are living Usti1f the body, and'mant.other :'r. ( j i
as it there ;was no such;" fish both..edible..and unedible.! It M., -

.., ;. tmttg as a. county fair. The In- lis also very amusing to. watchthe : J foil

T \. dU&s built the village themselves porpoise at,-play while feeding FILLING STATION ft,,

.7 s :| have "Just moved In." Every- but why keep talking on .a 1 I Ll'tl,

't dillg is here from the razorback subject that is Inexhaustible and I i wi.dt.;

: t o grimy stew pans, smoke Whose attractiveness has to be "
'f bn ened from innumerable camp seento be appreciated. !' Our Fireproof Storage Garage with VIM: JY

show ____._ ., _______.\ i ii '.,'
\. f fores. Josle Billy is proud to ..
,.. .", 'I yw ij, around and for a moment Is i individual stalls" \pfts.| Stripes Garage '"
2. fL'
of real Importance among
fMjftan
FJ.;i: thai+ white men. lIe has alwaysbjjjlL A s -- = in a class by itself. Everyone who ,!..' .
".r
T of importance among the Big '
Oppress Indians over whom he > __ treasures his automobile places it in


? aWl! i'lane as chief.grand stand holding ( r r I : I 2 our care when stopping in Fort My J.

e oW! 1000 people is filled every .- ;: .
night ?:
ers over
afternoon, watching the antics ott4Aicircu .
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which performs daily ,
a fPRESTOLITE t ho"
'- Ai rf&ular circus: with all the
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U&unl&'s and i its FREE. At night t t tI ,', .::: ,"
stand Is again filled to "Y', .: tx BAIFERIESj 1'
''tr Srand IAJE '#:Ofl, RcI ? F -
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capacity %V1 watch the marvelous I BREAD IS YOUR BEST FOOD ;. ,4

dlltUy of fireworks. that is dlscl -I ". ,
lged over the little lake back 8uT 19VEOuQ/ and, Royal Palm is the Best read 8-Hour Battery Service 'S Y

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shire railroad stationi S\soVel trIIoN'T l '.- i '" .
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flier county is enjoying itself 4# ; ; UNIFORJI DEPENDABLE: < 2!
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aUj!( the city ot Everglades is ': _" .. a- ,n'
\ HEeD a ..
l' / extenJ its hospitality to 'THERE'S A : -
n4to DIFFERENCE IN BREAD .
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!ti? icrbw4s :which are throngingtfJFalr 'it 1 If O'Vf : {. ... :


,< .U|+ Will Grounds.be a whole. year before PCKHD5EIBERL1NG/ SO DONT SAY BREAD .;; J' ,: ; ; ...:"- 3

ti $ meat air sad; the residents of > SAY .

:0' -ttfei county are enjoying every : ROYAL PALM :' ', .CADILLAC1ASALLWAKLMD{ PONTIAC .
xtjliute of the present lebn.UoaaW ALL-TREADS "
41. I It
( forward Jl 4 > I
are already locking -
l itL next year.Evergladas. 'T"w's PR Jftrf'-v -_' : :: ,, 11 !!
TAR $r MORRISON : '
AKmG'CO
la celebrating IPANY < < ,
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.IIU... Fred J. :Nebiker I 939 Andreson, Ave.I.. Phone 445',__ : :, ; ,' en anr -

'SEIBERUNG thi1rr-
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iei SMtPES MOTORCOM'PANY .
IIed: John Neblker office en- ALL'TREADS : _, : : '
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g1Ji for the Collier interests. lent!
er I EDcne: PdJuDf'1ItIf&1' '- .
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;Switzerland.J: born in oa Prattela August near 22. Basel 1585.ZXictated i, '::. i' ., -. 4 4./.v;., .i: 'b0-\? .-

in i 1Ialrdl'f'SIu FOR1VMY6RSFI \L : .T .. PHONE 179 ""
at the Gymnasium !: \ ; ,_ ; t1of
Basel; and in 191 matriculated 3lanksriag t ; : .. : : : ;' v
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ti b .Kdid[[ not enter the Federal Fachi Passage r* fr "' : .: : : ; b' ,,
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Technical University of SwlUer- : ,"hi
MILAD17SBEAUTY y t ... ; ,
\ at Zurich until October 131Sbfpause .. Tbfa '
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wbea he ALTO SUPPLY STOKE J SHOP .. { '
of the world war l : ; : -
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: 'a44 guarding the frontier against Phone 407 7. H. BYRJD Pros r -ru- t

bfih{ Germany and France, and 2208-18 Jackeson Street j+ 1118-First StreetTelephone 4 ; i -" < eoF..ins.

Equated from that world tam Fort Mjers, Florida j 691MTERS -' : i-

\ CluU enn j I institution Engineer In specializing July 1923 as in l 'OR3' FLA. u Q aye1 '7l r, 'Jr; :: ";,-. : (;' ofMV -,


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poratk' end the nantf: 1'i 1.Ap .. ,
iIIMrs.( J'MBarfie1t1:; J 'l Is A:Pe i-son Qf Results: ea log of one the Per stockholders cent -t5' mont onuaing or than e't.; : -' -. -, "- _T

of ,
,. amount stocte sbouUL be gwea-t ,
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-. : :: < C. M. Collier vergtsdefis' 5:

f Romantic Story of'.ployed to''take" the "mail around- :unflinchingly stood immovable. John I>. Yf.Law MeLeod.Kerr,Everglades RvergUdes,'??Fl-*. 3 %. -

ihe "Island.,. s I against all attacks to the con X That the known SondhotdC'mortgageeS & .
Mrs. "To.mmle- '!' I and; other ecijr.y bOlt'- e .
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TiV'orks For Road. trary coming sworn whatever, era owning or holding i per cent "
more of total amount,, ct ". wFf" i
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might. .
Barfield. and Her source they mortgages, or ether eextifltilf iJbo'-'! .
' i The county commissionerswere ( there are none, so ctate.) !
Work in andFor: beseeched Besides her innumerable official None 1
by the
,4 Islanders to p K. LU-iD .
.; Her County i give them relief from this situation. duties with the Collier..organization Sworn to and subscribed before m*If +
I Mrs. 'Barfield always this 2Sth day of Match U2& .
but
V 1 with only desultory results. SEAL),v _rf *
r Feeling the finds time to represent her pe0ple' 5'-- E.-W. RUSttLL. j
importance
of Clerk Circuit Court. Collier County
interests. In' the
fo of Collier i a road- to the success o{ her county Florida .tlTHE:
story C1I.Unt1-'COU: ; fairs TAMIAMIJERAILHasBecome
plans her supervision of ,Collier AprMlZlSlOCOI. -
-i! possibly be considered complete r Mrs> Barfield finalweal ..1 '

wihout. mention being 'made" of r into action in such a forceful county exhibits invariably attracts '.,.r-arr:1 ,./ ... "" t, .
attention. At 'the same .LIKE COUNTY, FLOKIDA,
of the county's: best, knows I manner a$ to soon, establish her ROAD ASDBRIIMIE LOSDS.Sealed Synonymous With Steen t and
ry t1ir Beauty Superior
[ In the minds of tA tinge as a sportswoman she holds 0 < -=--- I .r-. : .
itizens-Mrs. J. iL Bardeick, of county commli1sionera _
., I thevorld's record according to bids win be received by the <, -< .: t
': ,' of Lets County.: Tak- ,-... ,; < ? ..' .:;; I
/Collies City. 4" -- ; Y i
Board of Cotmty Commissioners{ incare
a clipping taken time Workmanship 1
'"'!: i i lnSf_a h tandfut'=of her constituents some ago of the undersigned & office .
I 1 The In Goofier with from Rube Allen's "Florida Fish.erma4' In Everetade: Florida UZ: tw" I -
newcomer county [ her she kook a boat from : o'clock P. M. May, 21. 121 for $4.10,- : .
k will hear many times before the : Marco\to! Fort Myers: ai all fiat the largest! mangrov -* 000Pondsand Bridge Bonds of Collier I .
day .
,... first week has passed, tales of journey, and snapper the.fish weighingan County Florida, dated July 1, > !'f : : {f.l//l
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presented the situation maturing annually July :S. 110,900 197'1 : Z\ ; ; "

9 the endeavor of --this i chnrmingwomen I -ta the boad. After Much even fiUeea 'pounds. and 193C to 1832 193S., $H.OOO 1!!>.iIIIft 1SS3 1S3 to to 1935 1S43.$ i ; ; : '; '

r ,and the-power. for- goals li delay and several days awjfy Collier-eountyis. ':;mighty pray .. J30,60 1M4 to IMS, aH Inclusive without I !

' she has wielded lu "trie" upbuild; l from her homeroua home duties 'of.Mrs. Toumie C. Barfield. ptloh of prier payment Denomination C
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'" $1,000: prlwipsl and interest t th :
.:. ing: of her county..: ''.4ie4 of battles ,:the board instructed her to-pa-- : '% 5. from January 1, XSI8 ($% J and J 1) I .a VWe hobcTthat TraillBuilderwiiriiiccept con- c

';- with, the county 'tmmmist i chas a Ford truck and ta proceed : payable obligations In gold; unlimited in New tax York: :defivenron general :' :- ';;<.r ,- -. o: f ;-f;:- .-t. -. "" ? _

t, stoners ot Lee county before the with the work of or about June 1, 192& at place ofpurchaser's gratulations' from firm whose .
making a BoxnUD-Slx-ti.Ot strip to* be choice. approval '* *- < 1, : a ,- products were '

i/.i'/' division which made Collier a fill across the swamps Nat would".I added 'to road being bunt by'star e of Chester. B. a8lla-1{ Esq.. New ': -.f: : Of $;'' ,. ; .. :.::

.f; separate unit; tales ,of battles permit liason. between the two between Boynton and Delray.B1NiRCrTW York Bids City.must be inclosed la a pealed I -feused in the construct Coll. County Trail

: with nature and of the victory; island towns.' Actin'4 on tie envelope, iddreaatsi to the tmdertgned :,; > : >: .:9f

\: tales of lobbying J In '' 'Tallahassee i verbal Instructions of'the and marked ''Proposal for >, '
*commissioners Bonds" and must be accompanied '

.; to help bring about the foundingof : ,: she placed an order FETITIOJT -FOR'DI3-' by a certified cheek upon .an incorporated ridges.V

the new county and -tales of [for' a second hind.truck, and returned CHARGE TICE AND T2IEREOC ORDER OF: 5O-" for 8,00fl; bank payable or to trust the, crder company of : : : 'c:
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the County Treasurer.! Interest upon
her widely hospitality to Cazan&as
appreciated well pleased I
!. The District Court of tine 'tTaited. saidcheck-at; t%! per annum will be I,
- her hospitality and charm. ,. with the Jesuit of her* labors! States credited the purchaser upon payment -
for the bonds. The right to reject
?i Mrs. Barfield was: \bora 'inCordeie 'However. no sooner had Mrs. Ycr the Tampa Division Southern any, and afFbiWe is reserved. .

t. Georgia in 1888 and ,Barfield left the city than private T.N District THE of MATTEROPf Florida Board'RUSSELI.Clerk. of ConntyCommissioners.. i< ::. ,! '; .'

came to Caxambaa in1902 with Interests presented,,proposition E. L. BOWIJXO ) .

her parents bit aadLMrs.: A. T. : to the commissioners; purporting i x o.. J69-T-; J* ix BANKRUPTCY Bankrupt > April 19th and'26th.

Stephens. Her father .had bteasuft'eriDg to'. save the county money and : .ORDER OF NOTICE .' 15' THE rlRCPIT COCRT OF THE ..
Soothero District of .1 1orld., TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT f '
"' accomplish the resultsby i M: ; -
same
from malaria and had f ihsthle Jfitfe 4Vf March A. D. OF FLORIDA IX A3TD FOB : ";- -
learned of the fsland's-immunityfrom the use of privately\owned/equip i 151*,*'04' reading e ToregoiBg PctlUOB THE rOCSTT' OF COLLIER.. .. .
for Discharge of the IJf' CHASCEBY.COUNTT ri
that disease And was-well meat and the order for the truck psmedtBas1wupt, It lu-r- abeye-'f '

repaid in health' rth break- was countermanded.. I' hearing he' had By"upon the."Court the ,same that m A .FLORIDA, OF COLLIER, >> I 1 Palm City Brick F :

C Die up of the old Georgia home the 25Ui day ct April. A. IX 1928be.! Petitioner )
I Displays Tact'JWhen fore the aid court, at Tampa 'iiiBa'-f VS. > .
I district 'at Tea >' la 1506 }Irs, Barfield, then- the word reached Caxambas .,1 noon: and that notice thereof! be published Respondent ) .' ;
Tommie' in Collier County X'cwg. Everglades.
Miss C. Stephens married -
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of this double- dealing FbL. a newspaper printed In NOTICE OF PROPOSED VALIDATION I t tit andTi1e i
Mr. J. M. Barfield who then "Mril Barfield became said district and that, aU ions OF "00.110O ROAD AND m -
incensed
general justly creditors and other,.persena in Interest BRIDGE BONDS OF THE COUNTY r '
operated a store along and again set out for 1 may appear at""1hg-said time aod OF COLLIER. I ,)
with his vegetable business on r Fort Myiprs for verification ; place and chow cause,*if anT'- they -
of have, why the: prayer of the said petitioner TO THE TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS 4 FORT MYERS FLORIDA
the lower end of the island and
the. reports, which Was finally should hot be granted. OF THB COUNTY OF COLLIER .: _
here was built the famous Bar- Confirmed And it Is further ordered by th FLORIDA: _
% with numerous exjjlanations.f court that the clerk 'shall send, by ,
field Hotel pn t p'of the high>_ But feeling assured mat!, to all known creditors, copies ot NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that s t WM. H. CASE -- Owiwn H. C. CASE I

i est point in loath Florida, those said petition and this order addressed an order was duly made and entered
and knowing from past experi- to them at their place of resS In the Tabove1 entitled protwrdiag by R G. SWITZfiR.! Safe Mgr.
hills known aa the "Heights ences with the same dence-aa stated.WITNESS the Honorable Gen W. Whitehurst.Jodfte .
situation The Honorable Lake of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit : .,
I from which such -a,.raagnificient that this only meant another .Jones Judge cf the ,said Court and of the State of Florida in and forth :
view of miles 'and miles of Collier outlay of the seal thereof, at Tampa in raid County of Collier April 1$.
county funds with no : district. on the. lath. day of March flit, against the tee ef Florida; ,
county can be enjoyed. results to the community Mal.. A. D. 1J28. requiring" It. through the State At- .
(Seal of the Court A S torney of said CIrcuit. to show cause ,, :!' :..
Aggressive in spirit, determined Barfield was not to be thus eas EDWIN-R \VI1JJAMS. on the 7th day of May 1S28 at the '=

e sly put off. Taking the often "\ Clerk.By .- hour of 10 o'clock. A. M.. ot said ...
w In her efforts to accomplish VESTA HAMILTON. day, at the Circuit Court Room In
undertaking attempted empowered .:Ivev she set out for Tampa: and ., Deputy Clerk the Courthouse in the City *f Fort < ,
any ,
Myers in the Count of Lee in paid
with
with untiring energy her own private funds from Circuit why $400,000 Road and .
F tireless labor in the hotel and Be ft resolved by the Board of Bridge Bonds proposed to b& issued! ", ',
and backed by, a powerful will, County Commissioners for CcUterCounty by said County ef Collier should ".. .
Mrs. Barfield looked out overthe manufacture of fruit products Florida tnat advertisement not be validated and confirmed. t .
' bought a truck and had it deliv b* made for two weeks from the date And If any taxpayer ..-r citizen r' : -
0 rugger-contours of her chosen of this resolution In Th. Collier Cons of said County of Collier has anycanoe
surroundings from' her home on ered at Caxambaa. Again facing ty News calling for bids for the r.InEverglades n- to show why said bonds should
Court House BuUrtl.-ig not be trued and
the I validated and confirmed
the hill and visualiied the latent commissioners, she asked Collier County F or- fieis repaired to show loch
permission to, build- the road, and ida, said Court JHouse building not came before said Court at the
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a poesibilitieS; of eYelopment-Nst! ; !to exceed Jp 'cost _of' ccnatrncUcnTwenty lain time and.place. WI
- twafsai t6--r mainithjl1 the it ]is of' record )n the county offices :, Five Thousand Dollars WITNESS: my signature! and off!- _
today that the roadbed Be it further resolved that the e close &1 iaes of her immediate Board of County Commissioners for Cr>mty, Florida tale 17 day of April
''f household and permit her childrctn constructed was of the most Collier County Florida, deems It U8. ,- ==-

t ? to grow upon an Isolated lasting material at the lowest said necessary Coanty-oi to: reelGwirt CclUer, and Hruee that publication fir Clerk of E.the W.Twelfth RUSSELL.Judicial(SEAL CJr-) _> TL. ; .., : ., .. :? ..> ,"" /. '.: -Tl-i. ? :, '-'

feland .but :E cost tea. the county of any simi of this notice he,Riven in The colt of Florida In and for Collier/ -
- athe same time Collier' County News for thirty day, County. .-' : ;:: :
? happy !hey4bome' life and lar road built before or after. and that at the beat regular m tlns- ERLK M. DONALSON r ", '
isfied with the Creates Ferry Service. of tins Board after the publication n' Solicitor: for Petitioner, .- -
possibilities aat-1 safe notice the. quentton rf ereetlr.fr M April 19, 86, May_Srfl.jv .
future growth of the section But still there was no outlet Court House trill be acted. upon' by -
said Board THE rRrnr COURT .. ,
from the island to tie mainland OF TMR
did not wait for
things to
happed The contract for the betiding of TWELFTH JUDICIAL CtRf"r.I't'
f, but began making definite except by ]boat and a. small privately such Court :house shall b& In writing 111 AND FOR COLLIER ('OUNTT ,
and shall be Tiled .
In the office f-> FLORJD4. ,
CHA3T. '
plans to bring about Improveents. owned barge..that, if not in the Clerk of the Circuit Court- for CERY JfO. }L :: ;' eI _,:; _

I. useat some other'point on ihe Colder County, Florida an :-rtiaH ---- ':: j '. ., < '. .
eomply In all respects with the requirements
: 'Vnselfisb and untiring energy island, would sometimes transport as contained in section NAPLES, GULF FRONT ) t-: "
-1< 15S7 of the Revised General Statutes COMPANY a Corporation )
the
has marked the dusty path of one across channel i if of Florida. 1920 Acts of Florida Legislature Complainant. ) '

Mrs. Barfield's progress in build 'one would personally assume the year 1SJ7 Chapter 4590. See Va >)> I fDELBLUT & COMPANY
Uon R. L. ROBE
risk. Mra. Barfield one. RTS. E. O. )
therefore began
ing and accomplishing'he plan I : The above resolutloa offered by WILKINSON. MARY E. OS- ) ,
for her children and ft> the another campaign for a ferry Commissioner Cclller Seconded by BORNE L. A. BOWLING )

community in which she has livdt I across the channel* and back Commissioner passed! Barfield.by the Board and of unanimously Con n,-. .CIS HUOH A. KEN-EIPP KENEIPP.and his FP.AN wife v ) 4I't t: r IP i MASTER PLUMBERS

But Mrs. Barfield was -not ed by her faithful -constituents .:ty Florida Commissioners at theregular! lor Collier County, and E. S. BLANTON. ,J : _
meeting of the Defendants. -, -
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dreamer of idle tYeamjs. She presented her petition before the Board on this1. tot tad day ct AoVil.p. "" ; .-If-F. ', ::
I ''A. D., 1928 J.
visualized the, possibilities that board which was promptly ]laid L HOLMES: NOTICE OJ MASTER'S RILE __
Notice ta hereby 1- '
tar before her and made het plans s on the shelf with the excuse & of a final given decree that hereto in putosaatnce [ I !-
:that April 5, 1:. IS. ZC May J. 19JS on Aprl *. ",,. era
j 1; to, accomplish her purpose. Addition -- aferry across an open entlt\@d can.411 entered..In? the-. _above....._: f .:

i .. after addition was made to channel was "illegal and was I OnCE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR auction for cash to the"highest' "'::; '.

contrary to the regulations ofthe r.' best bidder TThe successful bidder : : ,.
j die little home on the hill. and *r Section m .t tke Revised Ga- may us* the tnortgare note as a :
era* tat.t. eI
Florida >
war.: department credit on the amount doe
friends
and and complain t
going
! coming ant) .t the dOt'r'of
the
4 teliing others soon brought visitors The -commissioners neverthe- f Notice is !hereby given that K. RUt'Yf'r of Collier County Florida Court between! .
less, had purchaser ofTax CertiflcsheNo. : the hours ef 11 o'clock .
to the island and to the Bar not yet'learned to know 3, dated the *th'!!ay of Jail, A.,I> o'clock p. ')f. on the Tth A.dm Jf aced, 2 .
# or '
." field Hotel which soon became, and appreciate Mrs. Barfield. 1933, baa filed said certificate in my A. D. 1923 the* followinir described'ay. '
office and bas made '
popular' resort where choice sea 1'Leirrefusal-, of her petition tax deed to town in: accordance-with application tor Collier"t'Operty County situate FlorWa.tying and being In :z,, Corner

foods and ,house grown vegetables only augmented her determination law.following Said described certificatetmbracesV property, situated the If Government Townshlp-W Lot South T0 to-wft In Section: ; wWishto i "congratulate* the citizensjof "1 county

>_ created reputation for thrtel'a e to (6ee it through. Other in Collier County Florida, to-wit: East, leer a tot of land'Range tS ': >-- -:-- ---
in

+1 : R noun. cuisine jellies- ) pastes Channels and even were bridges.spanned She by knew terries ing20 W Twp% ef 4S acresThe SK&,%ftaere* of NWV K E.,Sec.contain>> .Z,$_; and A Southwest further corner-described of said as Lot follows Two: ,..:; ;:= f :i&j '. the excellence' of. 'tbeir new marvelous,

preserves with Banned and said land strip of land tr .acres wide

erved fruits pf\rthe ?numerryarieUes > it .Why not Marco pass? date of the issuance beingassessed of such certificate at the eight running and North one-half and South acres deep ant .: 7 feghway and the builders of the
For nine months at. In the name of Koreshair Unity., Un- East -
prolific in the sub- every less Maid c.-rtJtJeaM"Man be redeemed rung ;and West, cftntaln-{ .
meeting of the board Mrs. Bar- according law tacldHd. wtu >teen acres, ic said ex W .. "'
hotel | '
: stet clime caused the 1 me ,
thereon the 10th day of : alIT: Y" : : "
fats to place orders for delica- field continued to present her 1523" a- May. # D.. decree the purpose of satisfying saidThis' 2> : : .
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F to be carried back north withTo petition-not passively, but with. Witness my' official signature I and April J. X D. U1l <{ : -
seal this the /
new and 'urgent" th'd.y Of APril A. D. ERIE M. TX> ;
reasons more NALSON. >
meet this demand still ,
Special Master
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'other made to the demands at each meeting' until jl (SEAL) ApeS ClS 19. JS May X 132130T1CE Chancery T'i
sddition'W&S K W. ,
., .el and a small manufacturing finally feeling the force o!. her Florida'Cfe-rk Circuit5{ Court, Collier RUSSELL.County OF :3TAJTER-8: SALEIt i : ; : i Trail
arguments and the of her '
: ant was added to'the back of the personality she power instructedto APrit ti. 19. 2$. May J. 18.! THE- ClRITJT, COURT hF COI' / "V : .
was _
LIRE .
Barfieldcould {OC3TT. '
lten Mrs .
where
lgte< 8TATJnn: T OP THE OW iER. FLORIDA cR- ': -, _
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t often be found working,lnt4 : secure a barge and begin SHIP :JfAJTAOEHEST, MIWt!_ LEE n. CLdP.B CHA"'CEJiY. } ":' #.,+.t -_'-'C;': o-- .,::f.-: "';. :"'" :
LATIOK.RTC s ::
of the REQCIRED >
the small hours of the night operation ferry. BY THE ACT OF* CONGRESS C <.Complainant ) "
1 ":.WalksTurkey"' to Board Of AUGUST H III:. KATHnnn.n j

II '')Viva' Barfield's first entry Into Again; however private Inter IIBhed Of The Collier County News. tmh- W. L. WILLIAMS.TVTLLIAMS.J. TOM, )) *?'*SJ =S-*- i 3-- ,* aL. >. 'j
weekly
\h4 public affairs of the island I -Jnterferred., and at the fol- State for April 1528.-at Everglades' FSortc .LIAMS.WILLIAMS and, EMMA BESSIE BRIAN tTIL- >I I ? : ; :'\

was in the building of the high lowing meeting of the board, .FIorWa ) Defendant > 0 > c : :
)**" Tab notC'e( that under ... : '
and Can }Irs. Barfield. and Comity ,.f Collier and by -.1,
wily: connecting Marco waavnot present i ) tae.of .a decree rendered aM :;
Before we, a Clerk Circuit *' ern1e1' t 7
# Covrt l[I.i the above entitled ;
ambaa, a distance of five miles the ferry was awarded to another in and for the State and county afore+ hbruarY ii "2*. Wading the cause Mrd: :

over' sand hills on the .-southern t party who falsely claimed sail peraonaJiy appeared P. M. Land due "Ho th& eompJainant{ under amowat a :
who having
been
that lira Barfield had to Uw, duly sworn awodIngr Jnc rtKage described in the bOl of :neu_ ;_ \
been tenable
end anti across mangrove vwampsandbogs depose and says that she Plafat fated hj said pause and _
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fa
t toward the north. At to secure suitable barge. New the and Editrr that of the the Collier County hat: or the wm having'beet pa ftO # '.'- .
following In
fa. tt accordancewith fti
hiS Lima the trl-weekfy mail But f ough absent from the the beg of her knowledge aad be- the ,undersigned having said been decree; and, )
\ Ik f. a true appoint- s
'j from Fort dyers via Naples was meeting, Mrs 'Berfield read of ship. management jiatement(and if f s the dally owner pa.per. e4 pone Master of foreclosing ia Caastaery: for the pus'. .-- .** ef-r -'EDELBLUT? I IV
and seiitae X/t i j
landed at. Marco and transported the board's action and again setout aid. the publicalton circoUtkM>. etcFotthe foW- Property mentioned. in aid bift-of the J -
for the date
shown In
eomJllamt. r
b3'.;wagoii:: and later by Ford car for Fort Myers by way of the above eaption. required by the and by virtue sent of, said offer decreeftSi" Cor 1Ia.1e the.1l.'i
tot .
far a road the slow movrag"boat and with. Act .f August 24, 1J12. embodied in described P"PrtyJ3t lt % _
excuse
the poor section Plumber
over 441. Postal LaaD4 BecnlstlonB County Florida Southwest Florida's Leading ,
toCalambas.! In the wet weather ; out delay called then several members form, printed to-wit: on'UM revenue ft this Te wait half (%) rf 4o-wtr the sauth+mJ ; -fe / /* *-'rFortMyersrFlorida" '
fi.m west quarter (%" ) .f the }
a of the board their soot- ;
the swamp.waa I. That the
mangrove name and addressee east qaarter' f'4tIS the M i
bog and w In dry season the sand homes, had a special) meeting of the publisher, editor? rnanarinc # cut quarter (H) ef the 1I9UtlI-t soath3: -- & ?%$;" -. < :v/
editor and bnnnemanager & _
are ( f
Wrt"L 41 of Section ,
bill*' made travel very difficult : called the |tate ;1eontracf/witi the Poblldter. Everglades JhibUshin two (LTI. Township| feltyH twenty(Ie) ; ?-
selAded-and Connany. Everglades, FU. of Range < ":' '- --. -.' V.,vii
first this private interests twenty-eight %
US <
9l ear to attempt 11 Editor. P. )[. Lund, Bvvrgjadec FUt. ant.. e m ntng ) : C4- {" '
tote'whit the mail soon ;cut deep the ferry was at '-i* definitely,: Manartag Editor. J>, M. r-- mori c r te.qen BinJ'.. (10) acres, !i .i : .;:'1s. < :'
I ;J t
Everglades! Fri -
toad the established. heel@t day of 1tay. uhle... Ie' :
and I
the .as :
ntc Raafneaa i.
ru Manager p It load I JfgU caVra day, at tb*oourtbo '
comity seat and the county eora- Is Interested IB Community j Evert1adee. FU d-. Everglades. Florida = ,. ,
} 1.. That the owner Is: (If Hh weV>> the coonty seat .f CoHieTcoan I
niiasinere were-ithen many hour 1* Standing firmly for what she lication Is wned by an individual tots I between the hours of It A. St W t't!1 ;;. .

of'&eary trayil away at Fort 'I considers the rights and privile- name and address or .'owned by i P. )L, said property' to be soW t e 3 ,
more than one individual the n-un satisfy said decree ;t."t' : > >. :
Mjers;; h ,rfoad_ ;' inionbetamsP; ges.*:;;of ,her people, Mrs. Uarfield and address ef snob Mo1If.t>e Coven ,..,,. ROY TO. STCBBS .i : *-1p- >- -, > < .r
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has .. -and below; X the paWitatkm,$s owned b7 << ft OIa -- -- : ,
.j :always .unhesitatingly 4- c/
aMfa-boaf;::was ; em .1lut y
paiaaMe, f -, a corporaUoa'the.lrarna"oit a'_.cp- .tprf i, IS. It, IL : '; .
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---- --. ,--. .. !' --. !' cwt\ taming their hold on .the afjrkj'' ia g,tb"a1Iet'& 'to-l.SrrJih were taking aa* -'AfternoonI J'l whi h the Seminoles suffered General 1 Jesup for the code 'TCivijixed t z
> '> considerableperiod ctrl T |
"--'.fe t tto, FOJT a Osceola lived ne;afar Peftinfuia/ first big real es-,t I e rnmid', and sign a paper 'jl I:broil: p fejr.,Jhondred..yarjis from ,.defeat at the .. tdstt_" .I.If' warfare; as no matte e-

Id'1 :SKETCHES : from the Fort war Kingpin ;MtrlCW County tate deal was.,made here one hun- ji4 had $!&>&&, which ,paper \|Fort King; they.tfr 'were ambtufhed f'f'i hard K-I ah' ;.tb bat&IHartheetustee l what turn the negotiations might ,

I 6SGEOLA and was on quite friendly. dred and-seven years ago; when i-Deferred'tA ithetr..removal toe- ; and killed byOsceola- and par- J January 7, 1f take he had rtrt..-rr.-r,'ti to seizeOsceola
: And Shadows "of file ; I| Biswarriors bullet and the battle of Lake Moaroe,
ptire territory East and tweet and .setflemen; on a .five'1 1mIIkoa tw of ; fifteen f
tlje; j while
A number
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: terms with its garrison : ] and his wnroon*
./ 9I11 1fheAmerjcats Hole War by Waltqp-Harris of the officers spoke of Jim West was ceded to the United,1 here, resertatiptt to what l:#-hclea being afterward discovered .i February 8, 1837. offer
-t : ,. "I inmost commendatofy erms, and States tor and in consideration tis:/awN Arkansas:: with certain ,"" In the (feneral's -body.;-The In...1 tx 'A practical cessation' $ : sho1 of thp aum of five million dollars! ''pthft n nor clauses: and consider diana then killed three other men ties now followed until the fall re8 stance.
Troold- to .I
general !
/ : lire IB 'this tlensthosti: appearance of a (ull blood and and ac- :' their that remarks he was once f -tend desirous of cash in hand paid.: By sons.- who,J aliens.' A few of the chiefs' .! in an ontjjring l baildjng? away_ of 1837. ,During this ,.period > 'f Meanwhile, Caj-ia-n I oi'' the

!;,.siberP* many thousand I'I'Q'f rhdtlndian." : dealing fairly Ttth 1hetmer-t revere statistics it is reckouea signed! tits! document. but the from the .forf, and "sfired" the number of attempts wire' .!nadVVy ; Saint Augustine sari ioa haJ

pt''i1 r"ba4-ahemselves.. within 'i I, cans and of :.l them. fn that Fair Florida cost' js fourteen) -' majority r \.uged. When .Osceola; !:[: bnildin*. It maybe said that in the G n'nmeilt tp pent th' been dispatched to carry toed to
; Sinew it" ia at times no "-easy I assisting "a and a quarter cents an 1iCre-! was called to the treaty.,,|able. he i this ,act :.the :Seminole ,War 'had the Indians the .11rJD pa} object Indians
a j smalljepsce of ground, butt |_ery ,way to prejfervp peace"status. 1 i the aid returned withhis &
task! definitely t to establish even !f not a bad'bargafn. *as weio eta ;%,.roseand walked deliberately its .inauguration. yin view being :their i removal te
at&Setulnole'=, is of .& wild ,and'I contemporary: ancestry which is,f 'press iri the 'succeeding-century;'i forward, as though about' _M affix \I Earlier however, (on the 16tJt., he .Western untry.- l-numbed c ompany, to the fort, bring,

-i d: rat*; h@.I18&-thf; surrounded' by all possibleXlegaf'J| According to Coe's story of although historians record that )his signature. Them giving \J,of December! to'.be exact). General ,!>f.transport shjpa.-ffe ft lying in' ing loB&- with them 74 negro

:.8,-.and leaps 'over ,the safeguards, records. and registrations -j I the Seminoles. (to which we are there were': many and loud protests }' no warningr of 'hisjtention! he !l puncsn., Clinch, Commanderof :Tampa; Bay awaiting order'*,'I prisoners!, the former property
J 'af th wide, frost In purfgJunf .. we shall leave bur read-1 I'deeply i indefted in these. sketches) : against this, senseless waste I I I draw ..his'knife.and.Tpve: it'I IIl : ,operations in Florida, ordered I with several hnidjred Indians*a 1td, of white citizen:; Some of these
_ i and is like the era free to form their,own opinions I!It-lie'! (Osceola) visited the- fort of good money from the Treasury tt Il j rough: the! j>a :e"rtjto,the table; j Major,Francis Dade' to proceed their.negro allies encamped a *r M rws! had been captured: by ,

: In( ; 'eran: that make I on; a question VnicTi is, af- frequently and biff services were of the'UnUM States.. { : ;; r with his command of 110 officers ,by, intending to eatk f IV t tile Indians during the war 0.11era "

i"ft* nHl at'night far from the ter alt not historically important. ;I always at the command of The 'Good; will was" not mentionedas i SaPXg"I_and men from' .Fort- Brooke, on ,Orelans .when: joined by: thereof ', being runaway iaves from

r spettn! k t It .dashed the dew Aji Artemus Ward said. "We officers to suppress the depredations one';: & in [1 1I r Hillsborough Bay near the present the tribe. ;i- 'I the plantations to the North.

*'rl'f8fe' ;;* S ra sv* and ,flower,in skeercely. know 'what ourn air." f of those lawless Indianswho I this because I[ F/rlhia? .. ratnatiC' .gesture 91'' site of Tampa: : to 'Fort; King; The negroes. we have Jed een- 'These prisoners had been yielded
./ the earutng, A hundred surerp6.Ing I would sometimes cross the : !H was !d in sufficient j f i independence General Thompson where it was"decided, ..additional' tioned as being with[ tk6 J seminoles Bp, by Osceola as a peace offering
to sketch
I -aregt-'ing this frontier to plunder." This was of'lJ caused him to be arrested put In 11 troopswere; needed. Onf their were of'two' alit .a pledge of good faith
metes con the Seminole 4"erve specifica ditinft,losses
.r : & name a'Osceola., and the Seme'v:1ro. : j
-i asndLsturbiey ; a' tribute paid him by an'officer tion. '. j :however which ,: i irons, 'and confined in Fort King laft l day's march, and .the same; vlz. those known as., the Matoona
; because the arenot .." i iJie j We shall now observe ihespirit
1 t ; two at Fort King; who added that ,for four days. As regards theAgent's I day as the ambush ot General '-fasmtr'
who descendants el
shade, his live, J- : nciuded were
1t'f the of to -be Sassociated. While was latj j I : in which this overre; was
great
[the chief had become a of Osceola thefollowing Tbtnnpsonand others at Fort I
and .the- rand of 'a HUB-, I Ii Osceola lived-to Bee but two years ; officers and men ; *r States an addi-' [ .opinion I fugitive slaves 'of both $p9Mls accepted.: favorite the : Dade's
of from the King MaJoi detachment
i 4ttd whiter| ; have "shone Hhi of') a conflict "'hicD/4ndured! for gpnal '$40,000,10, and the thou' i quotations : :. and American setflerf aad tie with a detachment cf 200.. aofdiers.left .
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in the garrison. l formers} letters to the War Department was attacked the .Semtnoles
I drn>nt of the burfesad' f 'sands of lives sacrificed in the Jby: more recently escaped slaves from
; pursuit; "seven" yet bad it rioV':;, been for him j I Saint Augustine on the same
War.: may be of interest: a= ;r>l\\ten_only four. miles: from camp. the tfr' Alabama aad
lie bfarf VithTnone toquesUan ; to those of) us Seminole lalt&tions!
It would !
t the Seminole 5r 'would. neverhave appear Jd j day, to meet and parley with the
,
:s, 1S34. "Powell .At the first '
> : hi.'btun.J; or dls>' of nonliving in the auccessivejjren! *: < l ,December 1ir.e- according' to.rihe Georgia. :son e ..zBtborMes'mere-
appeared j* tit : 'Indians in accordance wi h theirrequest
," ." pages Folowing a number of unsuc- (psceola! ), & bold manly and determined sole American survivor, if*, staiei.this "Maroe!w h' :
his rang" he pursued ) mSpttnJL"word
pale the
American history Ytfe Hold and tnry that course Seminole
Florida_ from Spain in 1821, it'j. I young chief who has P/iyate Ransom Clarke, Major ; Qt 'West Indian' Arriving at the
\.''T'hese are the words of Ah--I retold at the_-GreeWcjMra' dances} should have entitled -him ultimately, to mare was, to/ be expected thatcertain \l perhaps{ been more: 'rjolentjy! opt -; .JUde and half his command were', origin;,' signifyinV ** ree negro,"* cajap, hgaev et l on aa a ostensibly -
and about tbVcoee')ti.!|*s* la the consideration than he I of t American would kilted wounded. f ,peaceful ,jnission.. they
other.
ta-hg-Ite. "The Rising Sun, ':,If of the"American u settlers 1 t posed-lto removal than an either or which; Was applied to these''people -
hands
Everglades; and .o thIA Jt. may received at the : > 'af BTfti their in esueh i X
\ aranjged forces
,
: oils i cruet: and central figure of regard the entire terirtory as be- ] *'"*..". rY; [ 'It is estimated that between by the Spanish settlers la '
|e SewIaoTe War known to os as La added; that but for tlceSetni- military fordes. ,1,1At !; longing to American citizens, i June 3, .1835. 'As'nce few days three and four' hundred Indians Florida. Accepting this statement .: manner that. 1thin'ten minutest

? 'Osc >}lL When this de- nole War "Osceola; w heam'olrby u\f;pcb+ 1 the beginning of the nineteenth !I and that -it was their just and- : Powell: one of the 'most were engaged _this .. meassaere_ for what It'may be worth I after their arrival the Indian

'. atyinn; is Condensed, its spirit ably never have bees of either i: century. Spain was fast lawful right to establish tbem- 'bold; ctaring.and intrepid chiefs of Major Dade detachment; and it -is further our own belief* that; were completely surounded. Wholly '

",taot far from that of our' own the present generation Americans. We losing ground in the*- New World -elves| where they would. Suchan in the, nation, and, one. that has, aided by the element off complete : either the. name "Maroon" 'as wnawarj of thin treacherousmove

ittait. _r jee4--th11.t we all Seminoles or and this conflict I First the immense territory! called attitude, aside from jnoral con-. been more hostile .to emigrationand ,surprise; they did not prolong applied to these racial hybrids, ,and_expecting: to be receivedin
consider this chief i .I ,
,ftj6 the inalienable righf Louisiana comprising far more iWerations and leg has. embarrassments Only their own amicable spirit theyhad'
y and,will thrown more the conflict. four cbm s from the mixture of fed '
liberty, anal the pursuit to be Inseparable the'_ subject '! a than the present state .of that rueutos; is not with .t; In .my ""way' than'..anyoth: Americans. left the battle field' !ana; black which composes the1.ce101 lai dual -
make them t'et
therefore ;
'fia ip1nes.4.' J ofHhis the name, Clue into the, possessionof i! and ,the custom is er . ." aliver One was discovered ':;:' and inaroori; or else the abstract the t denhip of Xsctou.and ( .
) .sketch concerting France and .in .1S3 sold !'in i the present 'i after liberation, Alligator, "a sub-chief, the"
; was eentuf Soon :his killed% by the enemy; and \wo'gra'ell" name of) the eolor is derived '
.{Isc1ota was. by birth a Creek I: emlnolesand; close sty; with, tile; ; Seminoles, numbered Tl Warriors,
to the United States.by Napoleonfor examples being Elk Osceola'went to Port King ;nd,
was I" injured, made their way from the complexion of theme '
x Ddian'pf Georgia. where he passing ,of- Osceola., which"have r 1m tint: women, sod four
.dollars. MafOOn"
fifteen million During Teapot Dome .
authorities' ,', l remonstrated with General'Thompson Lack |oFort_ .Brooke, :.q !e they Et1 lopians. ,
nrn. 4a ISQI- Some the death of his, of 1812 the;;Brillshwere' with us. The S.1 ya.ntaie.Q the The tint "words of the e>n- _
Following the war snag .. :for taking { soon died The... sole ultimate c-
ate -tbat he was the son' of an historiina and Paid With the war. apparently e eaitter wexe ajOwkea by Osceola :
Bpogbt ; For. nearing
permitte4-SOne } tia Small
,father the mother, of Ah-sonie- :;t"n of a minority of the survivor we .have already fnen-. "
and
gosh trader named Powell multitude of } a close: in the early at 1i'a' .eoai JtVooti. and desire
ho-lee moved to Florida in 1808. say: requested-by Spain-to utilJze' shady tt ansa onawith -Jler"? sail making preparationsfor boned, Private Clarke, parthOlyr partOctober l. : "
's ; _wotiian of the Creek tribe Osceola; and.'tte i;when he was iour' years old, and West Florida as ft-l:;aae f -opera | *"a mantle of senn-respecta- the forcible: I removal of :the oyered front .;his vounda: about. : .we .find OsceoJ!&..erica ; .DttQce. .ask<''ci\ if ..theyto ti

t fi >re'but half Indian. settled, near the present site of tions against the AmerJcatt-'forceB: : bility; whether rune buys land Indians from their land?: Following four: .JnDnt i'later. lie. was thendischarged ed with :about, one ,aged ;era i relinquish the J '.
llself is said to have repeatedlythat -forts on ",Pettsac la til, or a public official he lowers. jcit Car JI01i.th ( .. trtyi ej.had ,captured from
r Ocala, Jn Marion County, not far garrisoning a heated argumenU was << for total disability, : 9. ., (
:;" i Jed he waa other than JromN' Silver Springs. As a Bay and the Appalachkola River. 5.Following"a number of unsuccessful again arrested'And confined in I with a pension of -$8.00 per. Augustine.n U1..JI1: IP, .jTf ffttWs. b'1 made answer .

: 're-bl00d' Muskogee (another youth many have stressed the and from them conducting.forayson ..attempts to negotiate the Fort An. official report month; and died( five years later the 2lst'.uf Q :!>ber./!:..t\ie, : 'J\\\tg "ijrtend to do so. We" ; ;uISn.V

,"r- .for the Creeks); and that thepresent high regard'in which Osceola was the American settlements ta; treaties_contemplating the removal -. concerning the incident; ,,made. by from,the,elfect'of.his; wounds. sent a messenger to they .oft aSalnt %ave .alrejidy returned, many ne-; I
day Seminoles say held,by) J his .fellow:'tribesmen, and the north and east. During this;;' of the Seminoles from North the., ;Agent to the Commissioner( Augustine. 8.W1g u,ltd rv> to gaii today." Osceola
Oseeola had no white blood in he was uncommonly alert accomplished time as might be inferred :theSpanGh and 3Vest .Florida, at first to thejwamps.and of Indian Affairs says: "J>ow l1 ,Not 'assuming the office of historian tet1fW"jtb; i ,"GM eral' Jesup tM ithen ;stated that he had not met
his! vetns..( It is often a tendency and rnergetic. Cud- were .cultivating the ill- prairies in the, southern --. used such 'language: that I was in these brief 'eJtetcbes,. Commandant.: :<]fne reaa8st w the //funeral J1er-nlUde7 with a I IXIM

Caucasian race to ascribe joe interpreter to the American will already entertained.by the .pa>t$1 the peninsula and lat- : compelled Id' qrder.'him.. Intoirons .we shall only mention )by name, raniedC but "at. .th.e -aja p.u Urn*.. .view,! of .su endering himself and
JJ qaslltlf- leadership in Army for several years and for Seminoles against the American er tulle, territory west of the', .'' the l kirmisbe "and more or ,jess (the General issued tbe.'foltawlngj! his people _as prinnri.. of war .

other races to the prese. I i whom the island" on tiie Florida! settlers and not without reason.' Mississippi, the Indian Agent at : Jlfr- was; again set free after a' '1ndeisiye engagements' of the secret: order? J to _me $1 JljS l asp but. to negotiate fr a return to ,
white Wood; but a elose I East Coast ia named\said that Finally! in 1818, General )aek- Fort King, General Wiley Thompson !brierrterm! in,Durance, and silently 1jt'two years; at Wuhlacoochee' tenants" "H. ,R. Peyton: "f: peace. I) "
examination of the individual- ap.-; i'- called December 31. 835 the battle: "Should and his itt 'At a pre-arranged !, theN Eu
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from his early youth, the future eon was despatched on a punitive -in April. 1835. fefVthe fort. ;When still within ; of .Powell j jwanjors signal :
ptarance, demeanor and history I chief excelled in the chase, in expedition through West! the chiefs to another conference. ear thot.Jie faced,about.to' the Micanopy (named ''for -an. Indian come jrj In.Jie| j lit4 ? soldiers: closed iu l upon the Fl+rr .
does not always find this theory running, leaping, ball-playing' Florida which ended in his, cap-* The.G neral now assumed a"morepositive fort and uttered :the Seminole Klef: ), January 9. .J836; the tat seize himaindthewh; .t.e! ptrr1 stag Indians, ard took CeEIdu

>n tenable ground. George Cat- I and other Indian exercises. Other\ tare of Pensacola, and the temporary attitude, and told the; war-cry, "Yo,.bo-ee.hee!!,"* 'conveying tie of WettMnpka on- ,-the same /. It !!Is 'itnportaat\ \It.! she, 1\ein prisoners white conductingjKliattotB

lui distinguished painter,and of his contemporaries direct our cessation of border raids assembled leaders that if they eternal hatred .and. thai, day; tbe'battle of Dunlawton. wtldentandotli rs I b! ; f'airt _, under a flag of
inent Indian authority,. said I attention to hIs} .great pried of and depredations from the south.! did not emigrate peaceably) from 'longing' for 'vengeance.Oinj. ,January 11. 1836; ,the second .T>attl ttfodgh r r a until ..vou/haTe. J' jnwe... Coment is:' unnecessary,
Osceola: emj character, joined with a considerable. I Events having taken this course, I Ithe country. they would be expelled of WlthlacoocheeFebruary m.1.,fCI"-S.11: !! irlatlon tot t!ej" .lrp an ,quoting a tie rr rt!

JfAW his.een ersation lc,!' share of, elf-esteem and. and.. the Spanish realizing that by forcl. -.December; 28th, when G'n.'eral' I 23, 1836; the battle -9f Wahoo This' of) itsejf, would ti tdjeate -f*,i'alhull*.' Saint AtCattnued '

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THURSDAY. APRIL] !8'4_. .,.. I. "f.. .tt1i1t' COC7 pnlt+ EVERGLADES..FLOP.IAA. ,. ...-. -

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'engineering department as a Indian portrait 'tlsited: the { 3rd da steen of.June, 192T, h'tfrl i a'e--nnired 'by capjtalfsts Club b&, in Madison County 1 I -

'J. 1\1. BARFIELD 1 in 19)0 Seminoles MoSiltries and-I members. ft'' =' i. and'laborers.- +-: i isold ::,, ;'
II IIA Chairman and afterwards at Fort :;<< 60 d.19% Februaa -
( Biography) occupied thefollowing"'positionsirith painted many of the eaptives? A When this diseasat ncfsjyitcd) :" \X.o.y III ..:. .. IdrAdmiaistrJion ; PIll'Cifll'Jtpisa r 4'-> L ,:

*that, railroad'Vysteni:* ietinguished.likeness of .osceol .;i oa. April 1st of !thisf5'car"a, pti- f ; Buildia -iiiat 1\Jy i .lr .. l' TheCream-

J. M $arfiled. county commissioner C}, lnm n. rudman. instrument made by -CatSin. now'hangs in the tit u ,was pfescjtednto th Grand has 'modern t reifchaVfanJPISP ) shod; .__-1.--

from Co1lief'City '(Cax- man,"', Assistant" engineer," residente Smithsonian Museum at. Wash- '"Lodge of Florida askingifoir a .. i i3is! ;; a -;itvicd'i that -n "t" ,, .. .. I, ..
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abas. was born in' Sunnyside,, J JJneer! : -dJV 5k>Ji-; engineer tngto'n, i!Charter. This petition\was kigneI1 l j,,tbft .aonriration; ofcrill'. '"', ;
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1S66 and two **. 'by thirty-four members, an index throughout south Florida I -
|eorgia. ID yeai roadmaster. bridge and building Immediately after : e' ,L
he reached his majority he : of the growth of the organizationover .- ----- .. i
jTter master trainmaster and assistant tion of Osceol'\'s ; tr1111ia1Ml -
found filling the position of hlcf was ill. a period of ten moats, :: 'ort-ftlvers I
.1s : !. superintendent of the Ca"nidian : taken, theC01ql1e'j I r Yi fljip ofth
verseor for the great C'ray; and P clfic IWl: fulfillment of X All I of Collier County la trtfhin( j # +* *.'- -. .!!_c .A' ; e
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owns plantations. Leaving Mr. ""Washbon reaigned 'this po'sinbn"in"igf17' .- petuated, .it would'., 8 ; 'the jurisdiction of Tamiami! -Trail 1 i ewelry\ Company 653* "" r I (tiIj.t

Georgia In the earl!;'-hart: of'1891 slid enter d the' desire for life had vanished; lib-I, t: Jge'unfiT suet time as pth r [i i Tobacco %

farmed "Masonic Lodges are organized in ..W. O. W.EVERGLADES. (
went to Alabama and service ot the United States government rty meaning more.. : to him than! '' ?2o 'k ) .
or himself for two years.then. chemlclt warfare de- mere e.xistL The'cause of'his l the County.: .-, 't_ FLA. ,

i'ben ill health overtook hin h.ommnnieated partment in charge of Chipman lines has 'been assigned as ma- i: '_ ,.--;" r'v -... Crop
with his brother: f SiE
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Regular Meetings
Engineering Company/s arsenic lariat fever.'vsrhlch"is ordinarilynot -: H fo
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r. Barfield who was living at mine in Floyd county. Virginia. a serious malady;,but on the Eve.rgl lades i ,;;'i"k > Optometrist*i and Slanufao-ur-1' :I 3 First""asd Third'Tuesdays _

jxambas who urged .him. :'to I He was Jn fuU charge of mine advice of a medicine main hb>.was ing Optician. ( j '

come to Florida." and smelter:: where were. employed among the prisoners :b.e' 'steadfastly Barber. Has !Um- Eyes:1:!Te"ted and ,Glasses Igghi.O'dorPM. '

Coming by rail to14 read r&.;Mr, t' f'3fJ!) 'men. This, plant 6pr refused to submit to treaty e'-Clie Scientifically'Fit cd j +' :

meld took the narrow- guage (:crated conlhraously from, JFebjruary ment by the prison: 'physicians, orby g tet.Very.ieW' S f Gene. Bordeauxf\'

o Punta Gorda where 'he boarded l ,; 191? until November';,?1, > Dr. Storbei, :professor>> pi 1\-, j When.in. Doubt A" $Ili Y" 01..- ,: Consul Commander.! ...

}hip for Fort Myers 'At that 1918, following the sign' n,of theArmistice. atomy in the'. College of South ; barbers are tilled 'E; e ." J ffl

ime Captain Dick Armada waa 'Two and. 'one half Carolina, who'had J teen> .,called;;' in 1 upon to practise their i art'amid The Old HeliableJBoase. 1 ,
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larrytig, the mail on a"sail boat tons of chemically pure arsenic onsuitation; nd_died on the I such 'surroundings and among DIAMONDS WATCEHS ,, .
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rom Fort Myers to Marco via prodcjced' Oth of January : $3S. .. in the I .
sere; .during. each twen ;; such widely differing types as JEWELRY i!, LLOYD WANER
nta Kassa, and Naples. Thisrip ty-four hour period.While 34th, year of 'hls'ase.Thus 1 \Homer Brinkley of the Everglades FORT MYERS.\ FLORIDA. j ht
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to Cazambas was made i.ehe did Ah-sonja'i ho 1Rii- \ .
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in'charges of -ihis( ..minecalcmer ; ... "s Barber' Shop. of the
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i then record breaking time of Ii 3 feet in diametet sff ing 'San of the Seminoles, des. i Cong haired and long tFirt;"' Note.1

'Ii hours; it can be made ,now eetMonjr, l weighing: 54 tans was end; beyond the_:inevitable horiFIRST -'.' led Seminoles ate sandwiched ;LAGS I Pittsburgh Pirates: writes:
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ell Within one hour;, installed and the machine had Hote ion. ? between northern capitalists\ TRAIL

Mr. Barfield said. that,"to it walk wasDtees5arY move at that t me
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[across Marco Island the'trip taking ,mountain ranges pver2fhe Virginia MASONIC LODGE '; the tropical loveliness of i i For the Trail opening celebration! we have; manufactured ri ruiH 11,:;; camp I r
county l'oadsand': took Collier is artist who ; using by I
IN COLLIETt-dOUNTY, county an a special Tamiaau Trail Flag
[ the better part of a day. One three, weeks time, Mr! Washbonwas noticed jr-v brother Paul
By D.. W. McLeod stands' unique i in his, profes- consent the official symbol of the Tamiami Trail
]can drive across today gin less "'In"pers nAI charge of this r Strikes exclu'sively
; ? sion. I Association.We can furnish these Flags in any smoked Lucky
[than ten minutes. Forgetting his lask/and1 Is proud of the achive- came size and Also are to furnish
health Mr. Barfield1 plunged!; SIt Is said that the universal 'Brinkley to Everglades quantity. we prepared : : ,heexplainedwhy.
Jill f nSL Four Case 30.h. p. tracY from "Moultrie, Georgia.in American Flags and Banners in silk, wool or r

I jai once into the Vegetable .and;andpineapple lpas- engines were -use<{ in mov-: chain of friendship of Free Masonry 1925'and established a small t cotton in all sizes. 1{ r4 ;. you uill t<.,.':'"<' .hucu.'eit'iT/ !..... !./
growingIndustry rig this massive piece of machinery. encircles: every portion of room DIXON s :
one chair shop in a one 'Jjjbr. H. A. in a clof find exciting Penn *
(teen bought out both his' "brother" : \ the human fraternity and beams which stood the dfOn! Fort Myers, Florida
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building on ?
his Mack] LS Snitch. : :.t race; and: it certainly
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Takes Up Mining wherever/ch'ilization s:. dock near the foot of Broad- .
Onr item of Interest waVnieh- ..
called for splendid physical
Mr. *one"time Therefore: is probably very'itttffg'that way. The walls of this first Y
j boned when Mr. Barfield told Waahbon was at : : .
tie: shop were' lined with shotguns condition to u-ahifand the
[of the difieulty Tie experienced mining superintendent in ;"charge first fraternal_or-

(when be wished to purchase an* of-the Virginia Anthracite Coal ;anlzatk,i to be establishedefi and fishing tackle, according V WHEN YOU f ..< tax and strain upon one's
tonsorialist VISIT
Other mule. It was necessary. tQtna'ke Company's:; mine at Merrimac, Collier County' was' a Masonic to the loquacious ._ I nervesand wind. Like Paul,

[ a trip clear ?to Bart ,J yirigina, leaving this Interesting Lipdge. a ----r-' ,' .

[where he had located an.=anlnaLI -work-fn. May.. 192ot: Then "seas. The first attempt to organize tOLLIERt -CITY',: myf avoritcCiurcttcisLwJcy i:;
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I distance of one hundred .and '' pcaUng engineerfor Velie was In 1923 shortly after the creation TAMIAMI : Strike."
S TRAIL LODGEU.
sixty miles.. '- ,'; Blaekwell and "Buck, electrical of Collier ,County when a, .

la 1006: Mr. weld mart engineer of NeyfYork in locating Masonic Club ivas perfected butafter D. .f STOP AT THE : :
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'aoi constructing an 88:000YOlr'i : 'few meetings iC de-! I. (; 0t .;:. /. J
Miss Toumie Stephens. of Caxambas. a was .1".1;'L"JI. w : ;
i a for. the 'Apal c ian Power'conipahyyfrom tided :best 1 to' postpone their efforts -'. :- MARCO1'HOTELSplendid 9IbblVS
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Virginia EVERGLADES. FLA. :....: .1
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< '-.- to Betsy Lane Kentuckyand In the early part of 1927 a petition -. Stated c.m unltAtlonl'- : j
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D. W. McLEQDA i x, to 'Colwoodv West' Virginia was- prepared and presented -First and Third Fridays .accommodations-best food-reasonable ", toasted"No
( Biography) Tbf; was completed t In 1925. tp the Grand Master of Florida '

Enters'--Collier Organization asking for a dispensation for Ta|< Eight O'clock:, P.11.. rates. Experienced fishing guides i ,!attendance.! ..3J \
.niil. April i926r Mr. Wash- miami Trait Lodge:to be located f No <;:
1MeLMd : Throat Irritation Cough! ,
torn D. W M.f.&LeR1sSee.
D. W. McLecJ! was : 'at bon wad'\ chief'engineer for the :
at Everglades and the first meet
II. J. KEMP Manager
&uthee-Anna. Walton County. 1-1. S. Kice Development Com-: ing of the J.odge after receiving -,.-- : ''' ; I '28, The American Tobacco o Co., Inc.

[Florida April 15th. 1888.' a'"desCendant "paay Hf. tlolller 'City (oWCax- its dispensation was held en the J I __..v< I.
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zed this section of the Eu'chee at Everglades as Industrial 'engineer ? ._ t ;.: ; rtofronmay
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[\'aIle)'. his early training and for the Florida' Railroadand BUS

auc 'tlf t Jrefiig received in theubtie' Navigation Corporation and

hed) this positjoa until September '- ... .
a&tysla .,fit."VValton4andCouaty [
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otmey later he moved when ie was made eupef- TTT = .pgt'

t to' Oae\son County. After comEplelng vislng engineer In charge of all 'TEDULE4 .. ...', .
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railroad construction
Hag h hoot, at; Marjan- highway -
t }arc Jpeputy Clerk otC oh the Tamiami Trail and rMuuu TRAIL ,

wr' 'cu1: Court -of Jackson the jpe ep_Lak* Railroad work, e 'TOURS

Citjniy and? was also Viee-Presl- Mi; W sbbon- is a "member; of ::uaene... .
; Bus Leaves EVERGLADES for'i i ius
'lent ot the Florida Land Title and the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.SEMINOLE a cc i 1 de Tells ;

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In 1913 he moved 'to Arcadia ;'" 31YERS, GORDA ICE Wonderful
SARASOTA, BRAPEXTOX,- PALMETTO Story
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where he was associated with the ."'' ,
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Consolidated Title Company operating it ::f' "::SO A. M. Dally Ertept Sunday '
at Arcadia. Fort Myers SKETCHESt: '<'Leave 5 F-ORT MYERS for T _

and Kissinunee, and alter'me dl- PALX BEACH AXD SLLMI Every day, the Bigger and Better ,
of DeSoto (Continued from Page 6) 1 10:00 A. 3ff. Daily .
vision County organized r\ Chevrolet is literally selling itself to lit.
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Herald the of the
the Consolidated Abstract printed on day Leave FORT MYERS forIT..UCIlL..t.

Company; for DeSoto County and i capture: AVON PARK SEBKI>G, FORT MEADC, BARTOW thousands of new owners! 4 ,
They (the Indians) were LAKELAND. ,..T.uIP.ST.. PETERSBURG y
the McLeod Abstrct Company for di A. 3f. Dally
surrounded and and of
completely ; :? Here smoothness quietness j
Hardee County. He was twice \ Leave FORT MYERS for are
taken without bloodshed. The
[elected Alderman for the City of arms. and baggage of the IB. EVERGLADES ''Operation never before thought possible

Arcadia, serving one term"as diane with *2 rifles and 21 :2:00 P. )[. Dialy, Except Sunday / except in higher-priced automo-
(President or the Council. When ,
oilier County was created be/ *ponies, were collected and r. TAMIAlVn TRAIL,TOURS "biles[ Here are comfort and readability ,

.}vas appointed Tax Assessor and the prisoners marched to .. .'that -make continued high 'd i iI
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Saint Augustine and
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also a Commissioner for' he" 1ty; confined in Fort Marion. f'ttfi3ICEr: :tllmJImI'.r..JIILImIIlll1II: : : : speed driving a pleasure! And here is : r
oi Everglades. Mr. McLeod has l
en re-ejected'to'these jxsitloasi Whtlosnot expressly stated by II : XIIE COLLIER LINE effortless control that brings an en- ,
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Is now Mayor of the town,. '" order of mo torin'o y.
.Arrhals at E > from' from tirelY 1eW r
reader who hardly believe thafta '*rgrlao Sailing Everglade for
lie was also the first Editor of < U I
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|he Collier County News. $ band'oe TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG. ;. DSEPI'ORT MIERS, ASO v
well ashis entire war- ; COLLIER CITY

He is a Past Master of Peace rors. meekly laid,down their arms .? \ > \ Nomatter what car vail may now be

,iver Lodge No. tt&; F. & A. -M.: in token of surrender following Iii Vednesday < 4:00 A., Wednesday 12:00 Noon matter-what cars you may '
.. . driving no
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Chancellor. Commander) !: of a show of force and then submiiited S. i '
Lodge K&; 2Syopp.{ to what was to these people i Collier have driven in the past-you owe it to :'
| Arrivals at City from Salllngy from,Collier City for a
'. .*toemb r of Fraternal? Lodge... the crowning humiliation of r yourself to take the wheel of the new .

i I. O. 0. F.. t1Ltt"AtCadia;' prison ninement.-except thruair'act ; .TAMPA; $T!FETERSBCRGI CSEPPA, FORT MIERSL : Chevrolet...and drive! I' ..
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if.ent.. Master of"Ta u1uaml ot the most flagrant treat -| r '- tf-* -- T TU j-T. r T -- M-T-J L . .
Tuesday 9:00! PJ1. Thursday tOO OLI r' "
Lodge F. & LaM.. l7.. D.. chery/ 9 e Come in today for a demonstration. r=

Srei-irlades, a Kriijtht Templar The shade of Napoleon from :
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1 ;; EVERGLADES a **de-as far ass "
gladly give You
1 j| Shriner. his rock"ar Saint Helena,. may Ry V6 ra > .

Lion to his off icia!;j"posl- 'veil hare greeted his brother-at- i Wednesday -' 5:00 P3LTuesday : 11:00 P.1I'f you like over roads of your own i,
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the County and town; bePresident ::arms :acioss'the Atlantic: "FeH !\ "' -, -- : a
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"' of the Bail? ofvergtdea low-sufferer! of betray. I saints we at these fi.
.|. Arrhals at Fort MIen from SatUsgi from Fort Myers fort
SecrltaryCMinty 'of:ui"iVCot1' ; = you! 'Y u likewise know the .
Title Company Jlea'at irony of Fat." TAMPJLJL3D ST.-PETERSBCEG .i. Low Prices! '
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df the Board oIi i or 'Not 'long after their Imprisonment -, ,. -' ; r-
[ ''Svn-\\'e4-Frl .9:00 A.M. sun-JVed.Frr.J- i oo P.M. 1MTourinl$495
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i> Everglade Community a number of Osceola's foil k .i.

|axh and Superintendent ofth".! lowers 'managed lo escape; buiij ;I Tues-Sat .....: 12:00 Noon Thurs- t! ,_ 3:00 P.M. 7Mo $:::95 .,

day' School. i ia related that when the chief i "- SAR.tSOT.t.. CoupeS .. i i ;i

..." was advised by his faithful com-.i TTY+door $675 .,,,, '"
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sc. -. ... -pa ions of the opportunity .: "gU1 -WedVi'I:00'. A.>d. Sun-Wed.FrJ! 7:1tO !':t.t.'; d n : a Y >iii
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s gain Ids liberty withthe.. rest, 1 -- TheSport $665
JDSEPPA, rUE ISLAND AND )
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"'harles Gould Washbon wu have done nohting-to be ashamed i Thursday 'L %.45 PJtf., Tuesday,, 3eo P'i LIg11tDe 0.J7)i.'..
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-rn November lfi.:IIJ&.IIT.IIT.: :a-.l. 1IlI.i.aiIlIa; I.'"iW r.i.iaiJ: An pried tKPU-.iCck. i 8!,
N'ew York. whoentrapped me. .*. ..'.
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I Mr -W ShboD. supervising eaLneer Fearing thst.the Indians world f iu'
for the Barron Collier Invests eoneentrate their- forces and 11):- "" "!.-'- Priees '- : The COACH $585 f..FK ,Mkk ..-,
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Ills' school of New-' York trie, on Sullivan's Island. oppo- shops and theatres more with yocr car worries C'ORPORATION i.:

graduated from Eensellaertecbnic site Charleston. S. C. :These prisoners 4 ,. .eliminated. i ,. : 1'tL( 'BR IEbD '...

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Buy some There's a reason-and you, top, may ... STRAW.HA .,: ,
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I selection of smart Summer frocks that we House Slippers. : PRICED trouser suit to give complete sat
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:: rays of Old Sol and to keep wearer'cool is here-::-and: it"-is time for:that; 'flew,stn
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: Worth$ ,50 for,.. $3:50:. '": |5.00 values' :J. $3.45 -.:. |G ;cans. -,...', .+ /-: _'43c, ;: ,, .:- ., Coffee' ._ >t 4e lb. Children's: Play ..

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'Ford 'Combination\ Stop. ;Dress Shirts, Good ;:J>at- Nt?, Tomatoes.;. .', ::(: .- :t';' ;tfilijl t u' rt'. .. '
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Or'0'1nalIy$225'now$1'50 ;; ..> 'j:<- .j I'cans :T.. : <. ." .- ";. ":- \ ..q.- -- : :: '1;; :
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Water Sets .'. av: :v 39c .. : .' : Knee: less'-than Half_ Pricf i v; Rosedale I "5 .;2 Peas '- p ,_ Brookfield! Bi : -_ Toro Cigarettes *15e

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