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I r. Charlotte Oatrdd. Lee, CoDlar. Charrlt except in a theoretical way and the cattle China an aanoal custom. Pittsburgh!* owners a fine acreage 'THE* niDHT mOiS. ft* Stewart E- .TIBET frr BU* Parker BuUeII{ udfeJUffliB I.
'. I Ceuauei toot and ward Whit*, Prtli had be ton
< i"lil"'nca417 Hendry Counties; owners to "shown For the time being ". CMHWHT. B4 *
tract at Kstero and will busi- Cttj.Aew .
Oo Month talld) a Cowtt&r LIfe !** *,, ,
'\I" uth'l: :: ::: : : : I Three Month _Ji;: they were all from Missouri.' The magnitude of Tuesday, Mnlh I ness block upon it ia tnear. future .; Tort I)itw *. Butler '
: .I. tat '__n, ass Sl'. Moixtlta lJi4j the job The ,7. "What woaM d* 1 if ybu tatorit0 -, When ElBa Parker wrote
L. 4 _____ &.00' One Year "G was a strong argument against its possibility Baptist Women's Missionary : ;" f 3 you .
'tr run ; : THE ALLI
of success Colon will etaerre the SouthwM' Mrs. Yoanjling ,reporfe 'tltat< people UtM.ooor I am. mt aaktsg as j. ,AND &

: ;'Th,.ttMir ndkly Poet Part V-rrra Myer*PrM Frew 81 Ona* Maatlw Tear .-.wiate:= When the good work began there were 975 I week tt prayer for foreign mission In the North were''all talking:Einaniattite, personal qaettlon,-I am].TOR.' ft* wrote one of those r., 'I I

infested counUe<*,.fco be cleaned; up. It is not to at tile church at three clock.. .\ Florida. merely repeating the cover the of Hry THE CtORY alb tthtega* a *.*! ..,'* book, about ri!

1':1: be wondered that there doubters I
"'.J ... aj were a plenty HOLS, top I left bud corner "Wfcat bo1L'

', US STAINING MEMBER who declared that it could never be done. But [ rw, Bald ycu do if you inherited "',- aav*'kttBB7 natural, normal tun ay, I It

t ,; ;,,:;;;1,.:.,. NATIONAL'i it has been done in 700 counties according to jl CHURCH NOTICES;Ya :1 oo.eW" Of course, I know what I t'Just lot*'of it. I fa a natural, nOrmal
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EDITORIAL t reports of the tureau: of animal industry of the I would do. and it would not be what ;|way, which ia exciting enough ,

1924 JJ 1924.ASsdaTio SgricuHural department. Of these 700 counties any of Stewart Edward While's
who are well :
'< E9 are absolutely tick-free and are released from I .ST.' LIKEN EPISCOPAL CJIlKCnH : neST METHODIST CHIRC1I i characters in .THE GLORY HOLE'any bear Bcj IB ra

J- & BiV a KaBEaSB>EiB>aaaBBEBKK! aBHMvBter :3 quarantine. In the other 171 counties one tve. at the Corner d f First St, Opposite Royal Pain Hotel 1: ,did And by the way here's another II well Buunsered sad well dressed a1 t

.- Soatliern Xeipptt! PibUshen'e Asseclatlen.! or more herds are still held in local quarantine, Second Street The church vis filled to its capacity question and this one is my own. who rally monad the English lanp. I

; t ; r: ",{ i: Xembrr Florida Press Association. y; Lut will be released as soon as they arc thorough,. Religion is the bond between the
f 't" J': Member Florida Atnoclalrd DaOle .;-' iy cleaned up. This leaves but 275 counties in all goal and be God. This bond is one that
'. i Aaetlatloa.t the routh under federal may strengthened or weakened as characterizes the services. I[t all alone in tM'mWde et t** .t.ttDt7 ,
.Vember Soath Florida Press .
,. quarantine. !every soul wills It Is weakened. This is a very home-like church.'fly leaf following the title p*?*. bey (it we have any whose va ,
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j ---- : It would seem chat the ettlc&cv &eJJ, Toy sin; )l )a xo& aj who CCHD: are made wrirpme.\k\ 7 ewe tuv fiifsitoxy SDTiiy ought eaUea da.. sea whose school dan

r ,it E Saturday Afternoon January 3,1925 I It tem has been SI' thoroughly demonstrated as to(Strengthened by prayer Prayer Sunday school. at 9:15 a. m, into -J to make you want to read this see are mnure tan idled 'Wn1Ie moA
g dl4arm a1 bppolifQ7l!?il' done much} htacee the boob, \\.t. tdthion homan's >t.\-- .mt. t4.44 a m. evt -( '
nn\L 'IUQUGRT icOaTGtlM.i 'Z& o 1r e Sbswb, w1t'ss! ly owe of the mdoMR +et Sua3 baDp'eotingw' ,: ,..
i t Ke kindly( affecd'oned one (o another I direction but there are still a few regions where l side and draws down the1grace Preaching by the pastor at 11 \Wi;gaining of the aulhoT's uy)11.0* -\"'.7 } a
it: the cattle owners still which strengthens ft from i a, m. and T::3d p, m. the most tetejuwlgr interesting events, :
with brotherly love; In honour are content to feed the'i \fished 'li't.tn '
'; another t to ticks and reject the dipping. But the stories of God a side. Without prayer the soul Epworth Leagues at 6:39 p m. I To go back to the first Questloa just l fceCMMe titer are the bind el'l
preferring one : recompense .
leases Its bold '
7 God. J
upon God soon O. A. THROWER, Pastor
e rlointsnevil ;for e* il. Provide things honest 1!in dynamiting dipping! tanks are not as numerous as fades away from the mental vision Uaefe' Zeke was fie Pilaf, dwzMJof I boys they are-re pect/Bl} to Ot'I? <*J. ..

the light:,of all men. Be not overcome of evil,, they were a few rears ago, which 'indicate achanpe of those who never pray If throughthe FIEST CHURCH 'OF CHRIST 'theM 112,000.00. It mad -l p a enl of-t jut to each other, and without ttur ky,
tnred contented charming man
;overcome evil with good.-Romans 12: 10, > of sentiment neglect of prayer, in the past, SCIENTISTXtGregur co.id take It |j I t( 9t cruelty, 9>co thness which
atoa
the worti Bat toe
I 11,21: Georgia is reported as entirely free from the ran hare fallen away from God. Deem 151 id. and Henley Place 1 most writers thtok must be the dominant M.strata .
with lint out Cf this world, and what
tick and quarantine will be raised in all its coun the New Year by returning to Sunday Services, 11:60 a. m. I\ chjuartertatica of boys t" v
y \jfflE roRi ]TECS PRESS rLArrOJlJf ; ties. The .same will be dune.; for Gadsden! county Cod through prayer You can do this Subject, "Ood." to do about leaving it behind hIM books tlaan UIa! y make sissies ofthem.
what : :
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troubled Him cot a UUte. *
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Florida.-Tampa Times. by habitual attendance at church. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. .)
.1 BaOaiagr Md Lou Afs.eltlon.fT I Saint Luke's invites you Sunday Wednesday evening testimonial he finally did l with it troubled a tam of
It is a story' life oa the Mislssippi -
ber et people even more.
::?*. Water Soflealng Pint far Xanlclpal Water SIGNS OF PROMISE I to the allowing services: 'meeting', S:00 p. m. It eventually spoiled Ifteates life, i River, away. up Dear where
,SjrsUra.j&lYal+ Dearly celebration of holy} com- Read ng room In church building, I '
t then MiHscuri aad Iowa touch corners
and made h" into a snob. But
cunion, 'I:H a. m. 'open daily excepting Sundays: and (
: et' ,Freat er Island Park and Municipal Audi- she was already "fairly good makIn's. -Iwfth I the edge of Illinois. ITp.o far _
Br Ora E. Chauin Sunday school and history class, holidays. From 2 00 to 5.00 p. m. I
Uriwu.S'Elrrr: i. ." It utterly spoiled Ezekiel. to the north that one would neversuspect ?V;, : -
> 9:43 a. m., The public is cordially invited to at-
; : Front Boulevard. y The .Year of Grace, Nineteen Hundred and Holy led the services junior, otherwise knwn as Zo so. an alligator of taking up his k
c epmmanion and 11 and visit the reading -
t Bridge to 'reseut ..rll. a: ;Twenty-five, will be ushered into existence underauspicea a, m. > ; sermon "; rocm. But Winnie would have spoiled him residence is its muddy waters. Bv

A' River Channel t. Proddo Entrance ffll' i so far as the State of Florida is concerned Evening prayer and sermon '7:SOp ... anyway and spoiling Is spoiling, the alligator. was there and he was

i Oeea Going 1 Teasels, that are unexampled in the history of this m. FIRST CHRISTI1\ CHURCH with or without n2.WO.000 Fred just aa geauine as the boys. and!

'CempWtoH .f Lee Coeatv'f System of Beads.toMBpktfea part of the world. Vast sums, amounting in the The offertory will be sung at the At G vrynna Institute found it a great nuisance and worked shares the role of hero with Jib'n' 1

j l<< : of Tamfauul Trail and ,Fort .Mjer- aggregate to many millions of dollars are ready morning service by Harry Dariaon, Divine worship every Lord's Day. : harder trying to take care of It ]Dace, who was Oliver ParmenterJODes

1'.'Beark Hl! hnar.atinc for use in the construction of city streets and at the evening service C. EL Haney Bible School at 9:45 a. m. I than he had ever worked trying to oa the school register '

i > / lioM t f Hi; kwart iBrlodlocr PlntlD;' .! rural highways. Two or more large railway will sing It. All of the services will I i Preaching; at 11:00 a. m. I make c living He was actually a George, (who baa had the acme] Y

4C, 7t Paint alons Tamtam! Trail Clear across jects are or. the boards for the further pr.I' help} you. Attend any or alL Tonwill Lord Supper at 11.45 a. m. I slave to those $12.OOO.WW. until he boner thrust upon him previously by -
I Evening service at 7.45 peeped through THE GLORY HOLE, Ellis Parker Batter who has wrft
be made welcome. p. m.
of the
State of
Florida :
Cvaatf Bad Cttatlantaff ot noJal Palms aloa; with the east north and
We invite all and then be made that tea other surprisingly satlsactaratmdwks
members of the money get
c' F
A SHORE
ti Bo t. Pasta *" :west, to nothing of the I' Rector
lerar4 JI'r
r. Bassa i say railway extensions I Christian ,
tells the
Church here and elsewhereto busy for him. and for the world for boy) story of!
t, \ Bead to Lad, Coast. <-. Which are already in progress and those that are I FIRST BIPTIST CHIKCH come and worship with us. finding of course, that one's caps- Jibby Jcnes and the Alligator, and (,

.- : in process reaching down through the southern Corner Second and Jackson: Streets ; R. G. THOMAS, Minister city for service may be materially Increased doesn't leave out a single thrilling
r COOD: REASONS. FOR CHURCH part of the peninsula and across the Everglades. 'I by the possession of millions.j adventure of the Gang which is
Sunday School, 9:45 L. krt5
f a:i; ,., ATTENDANCEever .. This new railroad program in Florida bids fair to I Penrod, Superintendent. a.Men's m. eST.; FRI>CIS! XATIER: c\THOLICt Uncle Jim the only one of the family made op of Tab. Skippy, Georg

1 / --- bring to the state competition that will reform the Class at Arcade Theatre. First street :t!' CIIIRCH, 1121 CLETEt.i ATfc. who took the matter of themoney Wampoa and Jibby. Jibby has been i
j -
1 weyou sat down and carefully:figurwhvjou t rate book and result in the saving of millions of Young Men's Bible Class at GwyBtef f WINTER SCHEDULE philosophically sad did not allow tt pretty well over the world with his ,
n dollars annually in railway freight and I Institute, Second |I Sunday to upset his life wa* uaosteatatl- father, sad has a fund of useful an I
should go to church? It might' 6 passenger street. All othcc' 4
?@
; ;a ting calculation Miss Ida II.' Sears tariffs in passing into and out of our common- classes at1 the church. |I Mass\ 8 a. m. eusly a yIp to Fred in fiadiag THE aliKhtentog: information which is :

; it:80.and: found hers elf..8lao the winner of wealth.With _. Church-aervlce, 11Va.. m. and 7.SO' Bass ;10 a. m. GLORY HOLE, and ia an uses aa1 as'ly'! offset by the every day know) V :
', Sunday School, 11:15 character Ills idiosyncrasies make alas of everyday life acquired by his
t an jmensified expansion of inter-coast- J Ba-> 1 f a. m.
I : Offered by the Church Foundation' f al shipping, and the rapid rise of export trade out :Juatozja.JS! : ;,.Oas Sara DavJj, Vespers, 7:30 p. m. interesting reading, ,. .sf city whenthey : too comrades who have always liv #
Boston for the best setting forth:of these of L.eader't1'O p. m7 at church 1 Saturday collide with Minnie's snobbishness = :>d at home Because he has lea:ned x
;; our port cities coupled with the
'r J Her essay is as follows: rising promiseof Instruction for to think he ) leader
it the latermediate[ B. Y. P. U4 Mrs Lo a I children 10:30 a m. defelopea Into a -
}J hy ,come to' church?" have new port development of harbors which Adams, Leader 6:30: p. m, Primary <, Confessions 5:00 to 6:00 p. m., and And the Glory Hole* Well. I will 1 who "pats through> whatever they.

)c, : "'use 1 need its ministrations; for i is it not yet attained the dignity of being devek Room. I f StoSp.m. tell you what Stewart Edward I attempt regardless of the apparent

invisible things the eternal reali- oped into a port, our ocean carrying trade bids Mid-veelc Bible Study Wednesday. I! Daily Maass, 7.30 a. m. Whit says a Glory Hole ia, then yea Impossibility of the undertaking. '

t vfoppoed to the world of time and fair to set a pace unexampled in the waterway 7:30 p. m. (REV.. J. OTCEEFFE.. must read his book and satisfy ycwr- Boys caaaot fall to read this book

'reminded of relations and duties sense transportation in the past. I Choir practice: Friday 7:30 p. m. "Resident Pastor*' self as to the aptness of its title,Mr. with a consuming and periodicallY! -
my Cross-state ship canals & ta. J Durward White that a Glory Hole is
are destined soon tcome o Lynn, Director.I says a returning interest. Their t&then.m
t: man and to Jesus Christ the great into their own and thus greatly A cordial" welcome ls extended to ;EAST FORT 3IIEK8 .METHODIST small window through which one listen to it with Joy, and then
shorten
e I come to find food for my soul and the mileage and lessen the shipping hazard inci *- i\ EPISCOPAL CHtRai SOUTH may look into the interior of a furnace read it themselves to investigate the ;

.. ,mind. ;and body; for human fellowship dent to a Das=age through the straits to of i W If: DASiS. Pa ,tor Sunday School 10:00 a. nu Oscar You will find yourself looking fine points of tb. successful: poll-
thy f where there is that love for one Gulf of Mexico destination ports:' i Cf,' {t..Blount, Superintendent. fcr purely local "Glory Holes" after ties, and for tk.,sake of laughing

hich is the teat tof true discipleship. I handling of commodity freight.particularly in the I PBFSBTTtBUS; : aiCP.CH Preaching 11:00 a. m. you have peeped through this one again about their escapades. Their ,

use I Jove the church and all it stands The rapid : Corner Royal Palm Are, and Second ': Epworth League, 7:00 p. m. with Fred and Uncle Jim. Maybe sisters will borrow it and slip off
I absorption! into *
} ter. f.. strong hands of Street Everybody welcome. you will find yourself wanting'' to experiment alone with it, and their mothers will
: *
practically the -Jf
entire
frontage of the state on the W. J. JONES: PastorFIRST with twelve
millions of dollars find time to read it. The whole family
come
to church? Start the New I
.i, Gull nf Mexico and the Atlantic rVnt'>'' ..J,.M Year right by at* -
too At least
;:e tendinc church at ._ ... 'I you will find yourself will appreciate Jibby Jones AM
\\66 the church needs met my presence tremendously added( urg.e to tear- -. nn--- nn- !-3in: -.. METHODIST EPISCOPAL
t L > Y, S. ', my help,' to sustain and carry on its 1\elopment into a playground great of twelve immediate hundred de- day, Why not form the good resoht- CHrsrn do with speculating such an as inheritance to what yoU would THE ALLIGATOR In Cozy Corner It was a "'elcomegue&t '

;:.;. pu sip} :; its various activities in the miles long of water frontage, greater by far than tipn for the to make New it the rule of your life i'Corner of Second Street'And Ander raj '"
S in the community and in Year to go to Sunday J son Avenue "
that .
; co-operation possible to be obtained
S e
>, to do my part in bringing in the in. the Union. by any other state the school and to church and to cultivate Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. Outburts of Everett True By Condc
spiritual aide I
k 0f God in the world." of life* Worship and Sermon1100 a. m.
% i The tremendous strength of the Dr Henry I
Sears so-called who has been ill Is erg: Worship and Sermon 7:30 -- -
is'a
Congregationalist and she rorthern intasion into' practically every county peeped to fill the pulpit at both services -! Church Training Night" p..m.
WedD.esday
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.r Sfe.In Fort Myers; but Fort Myers has in the state with the consequent accretions of Sunday Strangers and visitors{ --..--___.._,....:_ 7.30 -
m.
p.
a- :"of churches, all conveniently located imported wealth coupled with the brains in the city are most cordially invited I A cordial invitation is extended to {
energy
a eve that it uould.be quite easy for our and skill from almost every state\ in the Union. all I' tv orfUip; with us. t1 j!'all services l,

e and for the guests within our gates, po to make up the signs of promise that disclose Sunday School at 9:45 a. &v J71 E. H Show, Minister. j'
to uate, reason for Colin English. Supt- ssv ---- %
attending\ services at the destiny that must surely be the portion of the "I| -- -- )
.dt nv tomorrow. immediate future of Junior Christian Endeavor at 5 p.1!' GRAND ATE\UE: METHODIST -
romance. the State of Flor m.,.
j. .
: CHURCH SOUTH "
t!AIiLY A MILLION AMERICANS ida.A Senior Christian Endeavor at ':15 ,Sunday School 3 30 p. m.
'I a p m. '
i I STUDY LATIN TEXAS NEWSPAPER Epworth League, 7.00 p. m. ..;. rl
t ;, ,, .. CONSOLIDATIONThe 11 Morning a. m.Evening. Worship and Sermon &t Preaching 745 p. m. dry
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ses, in Latin are enrolling Everybody welcome.W .
more high. news of the consolidation of the Austin Worship and Sermon tit J. '
t &lents than courses in all the other fore- American with the Austin Statesman the second 7 39f. us.Strangers. JONES Pastor

l' ages combined oldest newspaper.. in Texas has been received at and visitors to our city IOVA coxsrxnr CHURCH

t: ; : average daily time outside the class this office. While this consolidation means the .l lCom.ale moat cordially welcomed. Sunday School at 9:45. 1

j bY-Latin pupils to the'preparation: rumination of one Sunday then with us and we win Sunday service at 11'o'clock. '
paper only :
S_ j t ns Is considerably greater than is yeS the fact that one of these is owing to da thee good." The public ia cordially Invited. IN iS

,any other subject 11the secondary and the other papers a morning REV. J. R. HENRY, D. D., Pasto Rer BURHAUS. Pastor.
an evening
;' newspaper, i it is, to that .
"Latin students surpass non-Latin stu- extent, a lessening of the number of I The Old Home Town
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= ; ., the superiority seems to be due, 'to in Austin. It is proof that our statements newspapers that By Stanley I L = 1 =

gained from the study of Latin ratho1 la .
-. many towns and cities there are too -
greater many
4 initial ability I newspapers is, believed by a good
'
many people. :
Ii of 10,000 candidates for college en-

t t Je in ,the 10-year period 1914-1923, in- The shape of a man's head doesn't denote PE --

'f" ,show" that the Latin students do better anything aa'to what'is inside of it. -- l r

ltg 13 Per cent than the non-Latin student This is the conclusion of Ales Hrdlicka .._ '1 I 5t

f tests outside of Latin and Greek, and in >Vnele Sam', leading anthropologist; who has, '

:.. ', the greater the amount' of'Latin, ,studied, spent his life studying skulls of all sorts and Z' .* 1N,1T lOpea _
I t per-the superiority. .: ,. shapes, from those of Neanderthal OLI-OGK
; to
man those
;SS jximatety 22,500 teachers of Latin are of modern 'scientists.Which rri r

s in the secondary schools 'and the de- > rl
officially puts Uncle Sam COt-t6
on record JJ ,
OUT WcS
-t well-trained teachers is steadily:increase CqN 'TALK =
hold
u )$? no brief for cr belief in phrenology BVSItVCSS"lN
THS '
a rly a million American or HALtIT It 3.
11 young y. phreatJagista. .
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BtT
Qtw Y6tuTlt
<
;j K Latin, -JOOOO In I' ** tT101S !;;
secondary schom a' SPIn-epology! lays! Hrdlickav ""IS
a fake
pure
', .in olle) res. Of GOO college, in the-eon &lcir has t tt ehi:built into -so-called science ;
:United States 606 will accept and 214 re- through ;
artificality
fancy and ,
mistaken
observations 4 :::
tin: for admission to-:an tA-.B.!'degree "' .

\ Qt ecupies a less imooftant place: .: About
TV- U. I )kwh school ::
and-16,000 college students are There are more than surface "
indications ,
that, YOU act NO NO-IS YT
in :Greek. Only 20 colleges! require a before months
many perhaps before many weeks ?' "atp F4aTS st
:
-4'/ of Greet. for admission to, an A.. B. there will be a test of strength between the WIFC ZD READ
3Ugh' 559 will accept i tt, and Congress. president terctE an' TM'POSrotLt.M.

are the main'facts brought taught in The
honeymoon period is rapidly, drawing to
Is a", investigation of classical subjects, a close\ and soft beguiling words may soon be replaced -

.br. the American Classical J League,,as by harsh and strident tones.. 1 F
t4 bv-James F ,Abel in School: ; 4:
Life
Somebody yak
:- -* a pub- will have to be boss in the house- w MKSt5SAr5R'5S 5V OUT Cf 1HB
:," the Department of the Interior hold. But who? 'Well 1 POST c s-Ice Tno&y-Thn POSTMAVTE VHMTCC
all
the neighbors can do FOR A i AMtAnIF Yrrta.111EREBT
xAYMW
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sQ .';; ;' LAST WORD m MODERN lIIAMffAn' .eighteen-story Office Will HOUSE >MANY I I IPOPUt (By Tile Au *Ut4!Pr',,ii) IS SECOND TO NONE INMODERNJEQU'IPMENT

VSTERDAM,
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: building i ,;:>eing i '' planned by the January 3.Contiiprntaiztia -

k r First Tni,t and-Saxinglaak of thl.citro !I i ete fspfr-rtfr tiaik: of:pie .
-IUwlll.be' erected en the site R-BUSINESSES "
J3USINESSARCfflTECTUREI ,6 pblron that;; more j a ei'ad. t'Cornea:
to K. ,' of' the bank'spresent>> quarters at
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19-21 First and.the esti- I bent on secret, seiiee are roviBg -
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.Corner'Location: |jn;N Structure, Occupied By The Evans Pharmacy Plans made public fall for a build ration :Ja ..Metier l case before the war. The hotels seem Beauty And Utility Combined in Furnishings Of Popular Establishment

t .- "j .' Is Considered To Be Among Fort. Myers.., .- ing approximately 30 by .100 feet.TAMPAClark :: Strectare->> .1 filled with them. To Make It Masterpiece Of'Interior .'

; .BestBusiness ----" I1etbe rattir ArtThe <
: V: Locations.at' These s
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0I '" operatives are not always
". Griffith president ,
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(Occupying ,
thenew Leon building referred
to military
as spies does
I "..: .' -" Standing boldly'out 'against the skyline. on the southwest and .Stanley Harris, manager of the an the ground floor heiunin eta i information necessarily nor claim- history the Evans Pharmacy has been the story of a

h. c e First and Hendry streetS'is anew; stucco building of Washington American League baseball tbe north. Will be tbe following i business establishment which has recognized a-md for the typoof
team, are expetted to arrive here ..their attention in spite of the fact
;- arms Evans Fort
Moorish type which in no wise resembles the old Leon hotel soon after January 7, according to Book Store it Pharmacy.\. nubbins & Myers Com- that I.WO.OOO mere men are underarms service renders.. The story of a store which has filled that
;
: which' jt replaces. Itjs-the new Sims building. :adrfeea from Washington. They; will pany, men's THK\T; Jobw- 'nPowelHRealty !i, in Europe today than tea years need in such a satisfactory manner both to the pufelic and itself-

With its'' flanging balconies, its cut-stone appearing precede members of the Washington Company. John E. Dateman!II!(ago. The espionage of the present that its rapid growth in volume of business, since= it was founded ..

walls ; world's champions who will train Realty Company 'JJcThir A: Wood,i:jtime relates more to questions etwoeomirs !in 1919 has been but deserved tribute of merit to the ref
the facades! of 'which i are f n "the career of the and matters of policies a a tiitr'

;.' ,' lions'and its retreating entrances it leads. on to'think'of the achi- late In February or early In Marsh.JACKSONi7LLEA ilKy. the oattetoit corner Wallace and !Jolit1ca.. '' and excellence of its service. '
.
F." t Lecture a race.!In far-off- climes .- .. H. Failing, senrr.it Jnerchaodiip.M. % :dan; inTcstgijil! a tleis: are In the same location throughout its business. til*,Evans Phar- i

f will A. Robbing *: Coiajtaov have r''- ache in the inttr MMU'Apt the Sovietgcvernmoct
.. Jn the back fendlnetnV rear* of meeting oaacv has always aVftsteiaed a drug t
t : "
the aUn'.fro rhogala: ::nt"""tbe.patt. business was. begun in 1921 andwhtle be ht Id. here January Si-February ) ently ruored hwo'the room they BOW ; .-at Meecdttl.- : .J French\ ait Years1!! store which la sendee: merchandise
I of the 'Business. :Men Erangelatk'Clubs occupy and 'saytl&t with more doorspace :;:- --- ------ 1
t'bg pedestrian is an:arch with nary it is a'Smallfactory as corn r i and appearance 1U'celiac-61 to Baste
win-tows they For Court Trial
'. Florida. Committees baTt'beell and large'tkow comuany bas etTcs
ot BpnUirs across
':, : .row door pared to those in.larger eastern citiesit '
and the alley! In 'front of appointed to .arrange for the find business must better. On ac- from the post office bat wJU; be mncb "- __ 1 1fay I :n Fort Myers. With the +i pimlnj of
.!..) thl area 'Is paved itb. is equipped -with the latest 1m..
;> tile. The ::
convention. The program will tx 'CUBt Of tncre apace they are able, 'better situated when tVr move into ( Tee.4'40rlat[ . I ;ts new egUbUthntM in .h* stslfrely
'. ;;. .j.' __ arch and alley connect the building preyed machinery for mixing frees- lisa ? stock of er- keir PARIS Jaa S-The Paris court of _
'.. featured by talks toy lajmen-evan te carry 't'in, << : a t t new quarters. .Harry J. Wood : remodeled Sims s-alUteg It wID tMedle !
:,' :: mentioned with ing and storing lea Cream. One. of
; the new Lean annex geiists of the South, and others. 'banduw. Lis'I, president of the Fort.Myers Realty Appeujtrafa, well over H.tHK* cases on
: :-z- :::< :k.Thee. buildings'_owe' their, exist the' first\ :things they did; :after getting .The Jebnson-}* \\'eU.ReUty: Coin:[ Puard. its ices' .tt awaiting trial and the tbe same dtyeafehidise. ... ae-alsast- :

,'';xi: ence to the progressive spirit and the factory in operation was. to any is a eoteid,; Datively new >ftnsiUt i iI I princfptl"\rovincial courts of highs win beprove' fee service to eveN,

'..:... ',; _. faith in: Fort !d1e displayed byCeor' employ a salesman and instruct him CLEARWATER-Street paving antp1dewalk I (. has been lost: 'bmeu'.1 in swtBS- den General More Jurisdiction are in much the same a greater degree and wjjl eeaefy Ml*
.; e R. Sims, of Fort Myers 'and among 'other things to-go to Fort My contracts let by the cite time cases are added faster than old :jag some of th5 largest chats made i Wallace U of the most attsgttre-aeag i u |
:: era end Purity 'Maid Ice Cream, has here during. I Failing, oho came to
}:4w : commission the past
;
ir Port RJchey For a consldera- decided. atFlorida. f
in Fort :Myers- th,*-:season. in iu i,i Fort one ate: equipped drug stores tm tis* diets
1r"If: :" tlon of ,,1150.009.60 he. some-'months been. sold fn Fort Myers ever since. month call for expenditures totaling new grouBd-rfoor \ c tiOQ tftey will I j i| Waifs Myers has four leased years the ago southeast from cur-1 1i Rene Renoult, minister of justice, I The ffesWd store will ft* ';;
To'jmeet the requirements of theft than $!66.000JNearlJ' two sore
; r'. Ince. ; block : more ''
pnrchaaeel 'thla' and at theee facts to the Chamber -
> have be in revealing taaa tk wtt lie.
% a better .;ojtoctan y than lei of the Leon building and will 'I more a raetft**
on .
and South
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;: 4 ..< nte had tustomersbere in other are taken,,cart of in the projects J I often
V the'd"rtiD-Ho.mer'8lIdl fore. or about the 15th of of Deputies said litigants thing of beauty and, ef pecfeet cotor
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.... : jfi Jae., prepare plansfor.:. .1.businessbuildings >> Florida: "towns' they keep A quantU1. covered ;In.thcontracts.ORLANDOFreeholders: Hitman i January openup had to wait two years for hearings, harmony retreae'atsac a .itsrptee.I
f x ', of the different 'flavors of( Cream' The John E. Companj.: el(; a store whit win:aei !dry goals,
;' : 'and lbeir remodeling and : and in instances even four. I
;'' : ready and stored In where Fort Myera and )Saint Petersburg, j,notions shoes, ready! >to-wear, haberidashery. : some of the Interior deeerator's sit
> a room j
,. ir:': .Improvement W*, began'oon after the Is above of Orlando has as its Fort, tiers( representativeMiss .! work clothing; ,try J JI t -t>r----r French ura.T, white and black are )
temperature sero.
"--1 ': The old Leon hotel la a' hotel 'no never will vote Wednesday on a proposal Mae O. Wadtord( who! is an able I| Mr.; Failing was in the same line I II f R. R. WORKER KILLS ANOTHER the pleasing colors aced tttraeaheet 1 1n

>' longer; 'bat one of the best business AMBASSADOR OX WAY HERR to bond the city school district for real estate broker ',and development of bne5!J ess bere for three years 'and : fixtures furnishings s.d tile is>- : :5;
.r' }- blocks In ike',,city. Its lower rooms "00.000 to provide more adequate< manager. Tbi cftiapany H- develop-;I I understands it in all its details/ j I II I ASHEVILLE K. C. Jan. 3.AlbertC. laid tile floor. Tbe sew It foot sole .. '

t '.. ;. ;:; r 'are devoted to stores: while the 'np- (Bf Tile Afioriatcd ri*..> school facilities. Present school ins several track here into first-I I, The room is now balmy fitted up'' Sides: a Southern Railway brakeman bantam the n Mt complete made by

-j:f i ,,/ >+'" per floor i fe .pein$ ,ionf: erled Into ofT .MEXICO CITY, Jan. American buildings already na.re reached the class residential tf4 ;Uons. :;t t| 'wth! shelving end the workmen j'j't was shot and killed by' Charles the Liquid Carbonic Co. of CMesco. .,

1,;'.:!! .' ,,, < flees Ambassador James It. Sheffield left limit' of their Capacity, it is stated. The McClnre &.Wood organization: tpromise: to have It ready {ur O<'CUI Abernathy. another brakeman. in a is aced with Heh gray Teaaeescemarble
t.": h7. [ Finns occupying the building are'' today for Florid to reeuperatfrom( and unless'immediate steps are taken is ODe ot the larpert) in Fort Myers.I I paacy not later than Jenuary 15th. j fight which the men engaged at with a black e rz s-.. sad '

: ;:, ." the fort JUyer. Book Store "Wiuiam,1 a recent UUea*. He. hopes. to eel to remedy, the situation, condi- Mr. :McClure has J$eB in the real | Mr. Failing baa for his motto "I|II i the railway station in Connolly top. It is equipped with a tfMgtt air ;;.
'. : : :; ; ;. Jenkins, proprietor; IL:; A.:,Bobbins turn' lit a taw weeks. tions will be worse next school} year, estate business! be !'{for yeairs.' .This I l[trade to trade again. I i I i Sp "pIl..aa. learned today. I unit! comprising eleeUieal reC c-

': .:.;!i }. .... :. A Cwnpany, men's clothing and Wak ---- ==:z::=- ."" :eratoring equipment wks helve It"
ii:: .:hi- lace H* Falling will occupy; the .outh* -, -. r _,._ .__. _- II I contents at an even te9, ra.,Ue leer
r# '. east' corner beginning today. I'I! external heal ooa&MoB Its
; 1\ : ,,: ; gi7.? S r i I der all
Jt. !
.':"i: :' Thee; room on the. corner baa almost ', .>, : Ice cream capacity to M gaUens act
i' ?L 0 a'" V solid Plate glass front on two ; .:, : / ,!all its a cessorie are the latest :;
: ;; '; sides, tbereast; and :the norUu'Thls ideas in eWelengy and eUa&Uoew.. '
;
'room 11.occupied by
? ':. .-- : and there 'is no,doubt. but that It'Is t patrons will carry' cut the color j f fr

.:' .:, : the best drag store location and the <: F ; : 1 +i a1..htime of bWs, Frf Mb
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convenient ; ,?! ?, ,
be"t> lighted. :most drug 1thtte.
'i' Mere room!!In, e ettr. ':?n! I. :; :: The wall fUtofff' ; **#*my'J:;---J
:
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i. !:; ; :-" : lee bolldW, U not;,yet compl.4 .' < '. ,:"-....;'<,..' "' : ., t'.;,- .. -,.. ,.u suave,et. atLeciie:lf ..... .

'....' ,,'. :., tray tan' leer>'aeema' issatloae4hetce' "_1"ii-' ?)''b: A, $!':;i '"::',1'G" .R EETI I'N" G..$ "'" made for belr.O. U: \\a"i: =. #
; ;> : :
._ ) : boa: Jkttsbed,,:Wer1G-os; the' upecre .V. : : ; \ ''' ''J.' product ot the iAk
.sa. +" 'floor taTeEr.SstlL: ,and soon the", e.r 1 Company et CehM J be3, Qeiwlfa Aid a .Z'are
!- \
,
'iif' y', ... .' lire..building will have been finlebed of a flheJr gfaja** -oa* fiais4 .ri' .
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... ,"'':_::;. -'.. and he ready"-for occupancy._It, Is a -.' .,'f I In French gray. !&. 4Uil for tits >.:.,
., '-',-, : business.. exate,I le 'ot, which Fort,'My-: ',. proper display ot'KJp&la' lbs ..' t'::'

fill eras:.cltUens'my. well point ,'with ., ;WE. WISH EXTEND. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS_' THE 'dt veuieace of patron hoe." bjjesi aef- "_ "l'-r-/: /

pride. I looked in the desfgite, *. artlstW! i--. :.
s---. tf + fd' .1. it.l.ft.| WISH THAT THEY ALL MAY HAVE A I store fitting*; -;n. :: ;...:'
.7.-- 1'1'- 'f. :
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A : : I t/pqa its OIlU't{ : day Ma>sdAI. :
S n ':- / January: .the fifU] 'tbti! '''''''fete's.... ,' .

'PIJRIIYMAID :CRAM: :; ,; : f LHappy and Prosperous New Year : llteiment i will! ,tit/ *ed *.... freak( >:<.'.""' .,

Ay ; Lltr, =4. II I:merchandise Of the_sajn* high 4e.Msy '
; .. "!'!and known worth >8b Whtefc K IWJf < '-
Mt ..WOH ITS RfPUTATIO : 1 I earned tts reputaUua:.*' "the" tupesi*- 5 :. .
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;;{ II .*.*..* :.-
Beside
> able .tore. S- 0 ,.t tj
AND ALSO WISH TO ANNOUNCE THE i. 1 c.
.. : .. drug store stock tt w88: haM r.Gal !
} frTllRtU: UGHQUAlUYI.t r :" ..' ..'p.- .' j I .Unea of cigars: and -**baeee.. lit < sera

r'k : I which} It bas >had i acid! bas.llst l fdisptay
: '
\ : FORMAL OPENING : : : facd last HoIk!
BRUt nJe. togeta#* .
<
LakeUn4 IVwwn Has Fp ,: I 1! wo'rth'a tamoa '
Ms Brlle.es!lI. South 11Fi.rlda .. i with the btsrrtebrapd. 'Will be r.- .: .
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; .!:-, <:,- ,..5.. .:."
I Evans.

..- '. : ." Iq 'c' ,., :;:. i.,. 1 !'I!1 ed Tile by pemripilon: slspsatm.st ca, : >t- ,
-- .' '
writ ;. : Of.QrNeWiand tiMfctotn** ,rt.aass -1
: se much: hie ,been cysts and : 1. 1. 4 Ii be located as in .
.d > ;
.o: -i ks i '''r, tea. about \1Ie.. lt+od pahta .art ,ddk f ': ;:J.f" ., :"'- ;, %; : : ', .. I,! I meat at the 'rear of. the ..., ft fIi.! ,
.it :' i ,goad qualities! ,of.milk M a Lead. that I has all th* latest wjBJani W
: "
t": It.U pretty fftMtaUr r'eoogahed as.// .< Furnished; I {sorts accaia<9T and t 3ttneaa. 3
t "
'I I Elaborately( Stor.f "
, m-'lx' r : ; oat of tltf;'.<*desirable; food*. both : ( | I peracrtpJiCB depirtflieat wffi b ,'" -
> ; do
?: .;' for the Vooat.&4'.o1d..i. the .. Ita j der the pertn4F>* rn.of :
.1.1i aeaorsiir ": I Smith rePk i r i. irharmadst;] 'e4! ,
iot..c .Cried .are not, so : '. |
.' (/;:;- ;/ ronnt4e4 with >... T 1Phannacl
I : ,. ." i bas teas; Wen :
_
,; : JQIIIW! <> i Ot: '
'
.e .. "0oo4 kmodMa.Cress such "ants;aod'at! "I ,', -\'t"if :: ,' II : and taa. aft en W>le ref1 ,:.!1 1It'
-
>
i r 'tM toMntaia or Cats BOW Is > ._ \ .,' ., I itatlow for the 1tS1a';t'*> w.me ...

: e .....,Iron pars .aUk'.t.H BBk' Kt& : >' : t the compounding" iri'drugs u4 :t

2'h .r. : 11tsta, which la 'added pure *** a-i .f: j [dicines. -> .
5,1925
; Monday January j jF
t
.-'' '.:, 1atIII cager; Jest' k. right aeresnt -tG 1 .; I The < vgrt Io. ,, ,. "" 1 ')8 located on bal *# owr one see -
.. desirable taete.sad *
U. .- '
, Rise a )' : } "r" "
f -; fruits'and-trait,"JtUoe: ''?'''d.V .: : ;, .. : -:&...) 1<;. '; av fr+!"'> ; ,:' ,Ion of the prwerlftfc) depatfwe '.
of l>>
< u..r?'mere atUmetive, I* tIN MMof ... : We desire i thank the public for then splendid patror hajebeen wnteh will also ah ttpart I.
4'r f tq : ;| age_ we I .
I!> ; ".' Cream notWM te dcNI" }; f: '.. .1 j. -- f. H r*, : : Irear space ,*lth a storage room. "
g' Ice
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{ xr.', :- .' that J.ft' -t'' waY..detsoie'tros<< ; ''of.,}eta rte ';;1 /;Hv--' '$. .f \vored with. in the ;past and begftq announce;that we will}! be .much: ; tlJ 1l t ;- t t I fader The -tnanagenit new Evaos Uartoacy Of 13r. win o.rse:1 b* ; t

*:1; ; i' sttllt fund same tat$ ;,milt.'or its pnMluc,merits any as a to ..L'i'J. < ?%?: :' better. equipped" than ever before to :i&ve you in the. future mostc: % '. \i-: ; ..' ,- ; Byals well knowa. psyslclaaMyers. : or store J9i13 ,'iJi
: *z&< 1 ; ,. Witli tB*- JsdnS Pt the t.'i!
..i; I oa.tht"1. itand fruit th.4WttJoa" .'.tr.atM : -y ,\ eewli* .illy. : invite you to. attend ,the. openjng of. the new store atOi e old_ lot / .- I 9 an o.da1he "leiferce will be tnLamed .- 'iR'
\ jk1 f i/ !
: :_ gRlsd rip. traIts er ". tike ufflost effickateivice y:;
t : .....,. 'ftrf iaIaO the 'a&f u ''- fc; : xln corner Qf| First and Hendry'strjllts!\ 'on:.MONDAY,' JANUARY .5''V1A, : > ( '{ -;'. in possible order that*.I" h* rendela4 ;!
; .. r't't .... tte.NfllA1 I :
it .
.I 5 56J of' ... : knoll emptor.110: will be, .
..4.' tblt trlre : : j > IJill. :J41r' ; \) Well aceastamart Braces Monday .it
ii in their

V -..",' tIi .ems...,:3pa' C1Il4Al1' .! ; .:_ } ( : :i .t ::" ,,. : < as are "Pyro.J. L. Perretlf at the t soda toittarly:fodntslnMiss kaowi,? .

) .Ig tD. tact..UIIIIt"I 'J. :' .," : f': ;.' } ; r '- "?; i, ':> -. "'!' Birdie Dell, ciuhlen! ash KTaaa:
: : : 6"h.lm'
\l
.. the pat 5i.iy, r .id' Ii .M : : } i m 4 t tift the tet-<
ftf
.- 'R r-r >. porter, PWnife who one
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l I .... fMs die .,: v ; -'' > < r=: nc fr f : ; } ; : >: scans of the orgaalMttaS having'
e; i '.. cpsapi u,1&. t. .. poi4, ;' : tJ' ; tend the flm'a *.pwt.. iahea lest
( "'i ... IS ... .a- '- ;"" '* '. 7jo9pm." ; '" f.1\; "'" v ,n. .. started,' './ .

; ,,, .,... \r ; Tw ct1-MYe. b7'l: e.&mr'. t.1t&

f '. ; I. Sly:te7 -.-- : ; h J store ample Soar spats and 1 in its= .:",
j#
: J; ;. r' 'r.f--: H i 11i" nw setting ft offers to the discrtmt: }<
,
ff :. ', .:' _""! m"' : ,! : Bating shopper' ;ed tort Slyer.
f 't ....... ,lilt'etIII. 'at ;: ; < ; ; rictoity A .de jttdat>l Jj' *>rrica 1 i i. .

fIat s tIsr..-.. ; !s I ,M{ sI 'N !f11'' : :REFRESHMF.N ,' $' ;t. JH .arrouadiags. tn t mate..: yon' want.come :.;, .
.. .. *
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I J' ""'" I =' .,. "" '"' t. '.- fit"f ;- again! ..
,. ,' ........., of at I : ,. i \ : r .; ; -: ; Erana' fftlh '1ti 1e .. sou Monday, -
3:' : '- I if f < i e1tes3'od to. sae 'ft-;
is reoest yeara. : If .; .4,oorHaIIY ; .
;
: People: are gradually :cia : 1" t Its new store and sLoth ''Of waicb. -,.itis
: ; '1 the vales :Of r...IN; er-i _. lt1, :: : J>utly pstltiiE .-'- -

e { Pharmacyt
; pRpamptioa r each yesrt. : :s-.. .tt lipndicted ,r : ; : : noSES NEWSPAPBA' .
bcip .
trooly; by ntemH w o ; ,
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that tate tecrwks wfl gtr .. .. ',. .
#- ... ut.&le4 : "< ,- "If' : 2 XEVir: 't'om"stLE. ,Fsit Jan. 3-'Tie ,
0* for son time.4be : _> -.; ; --T\ .Castle Sews ba.'W' W pt.
her
ofa : It
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pepriieity ,
ever Jaenaabtf l' .
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Ma1d' Joe Crew :'- .). "' ,.- .<" fish today owiBj Jo :the.refusal ..4-
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: .1 : prIDt.th. to WW' trtl4.a,Uk t : '
:;;;, ,6L. ,.. ... th, Pott cwtyby : : r-: : / I : : :\ -' forr "weekly-sere .i" 'SP, was_
,4", "- -... ... -seal<< > pibrt -' : "
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w. RT "RI' I'OUT 31TEns. FLOE.n J., ,Lt C
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: *-- PRESSt ,S "T, .PETERSDURC.S, .
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.., By Tae AsaseIated Frr. +ri !'j -S '!' ----S '! \
SOFIA Bulgaria,.Jan.: 3.Bulgaria
'i.
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r. [ : .,. is plunging Into a bard winter sail<) ..5f -
: Premier Alexander Tsankoff recently It .. t' .' ,
, ; to The Associated press "Th ., I .,. .1.

,' .- ..- : ...r.-. ....,. ": -!! -.,' -r' i feeding problem of" the he 'country continued.is "Although a grave i ._ 1 t

.. we grow wheat we have had a short If; 1 '
S
crop and also w. have had to turn

as'f ; f' over Jugoslavia'large, underthe quantity of restitution grain to We Take Pide f' ; ;

{ ;.Nation Fi ,tues treaty.. *We are trying to develop a nevr ( ; 1 tI :

Ga. granary In southern Bulgaria* the: .
1 premier went en to say, but the I r ,
.". t_. r' ''''8" Mt f tJIC? -- # ;J ,*s'i-.,." V4' .wt money la lacking for development. : :

.. ... .... -" -, '. Our payments to the allies amount In
., ,' :. .:.. ... .. .. ...f''IN to 157,000,300 bra annually and we AMouncIngt j '
,. : : are meeting them fully and prompt II

,... '.,.'" ,.,' .-';; .""- '' '. ly. The support of the reparationaland 3%* T? Sf : ,
. ", military commissions alone costs ff. *
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: : ; ... 1" .. : us 30,000,000 leva. To Serbia we art "
II r
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3 e .ipr ': _. paying }1 ,000,000 annually. In addition : I
"IIf'" to her share of the general repa- .: the iI
rations. There {la nothing left for ..1 : .., ....
I improvements of any kind either
: s r rk. agricultural railway or educationaL 1
"We are doing our best to prevent
: Ey farther depreciation of the lev. which '
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t MANHATTAN.::an., Jan.. 3-The Evans' Pharmacy a ,
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been added to the records of student

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w't +.i. cw the photograph of each student with{: fI "
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mental catalogue In coordination I J 'o one our !
with his written records and qua'lflcaUOBS. l- '

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; each freshman furnishes his ph9- '1 ; :
-: Evens Pharmacy will have their formal opening,* tograph to the college annual a dll plicate : I
J-'j ( ., is inserted in the volume that( 1.1.I t .; III S
'next Monday .January 5; 192 ;!!? Almost' everybody is forms the permanent liaison between .
the institution and the student. Tib} \
:. ':>interested:!in,artistic things. We take pleasure in join-: becomes a valuable identification in II :. ii"
later college officials sad.::
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'mgw'; -V- 1Jt:;euetomers'the'i Eyy Pharmacy, !in> m-t. '. when, when the students writes. .
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druir and .especially invite" attention to
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: e. your that record ceases to be a page rid II.
becomes the student himselr.saLt
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: page and it is the final touch of pi f*

1 : sonaijty by .which It will he wilt of alwaysremembered. inestimable \to- '? "
11\ : { <: prove
,; : value to this office and to He MFCHAMCOLD'

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CHOSS DAY CELEBRATIOXTARPOM
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"All., xthe'fixture ]in,the newly 1 'remodeled store' are? =.: Is the only celebration' of' its t.. ;
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d1 !j *rter-saw$ I'oak in the French Grey.;Finis h. and we :':: charge'' of Bishop Alexander of ,ibe- : '-, 1t.'j"f." IE.;
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: sees them monies will take place on a beautifully ({i- pS
mkweryqnewho: } will be pleased.
decorated barge in the centet> jpl -
Spring Bayou, a bowl-fhaped bodjjbf \
water aurrounded br'a natural .I aphitheatre \- :ELECTRICALLY! REFRIGERATED ( ,

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sandg-of persons. 'if f b 1;
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--1 : OB January fishermen "'c _.
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sponge diving in the* vicinity of ,the : ;.; ,. ,, '< ;: ;
light house In the Quit Free q-iat>
t y? : St 4" trips have been arranged for th<. e < .1
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.City'of Port .Myers, \ ., ,. : 1
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NLkiAL S- SHOWs CASi hYOQ are hereby notified that t&aof T I ; ,
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bonds of U>eity < Fort Myer Sorle 1'
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f $21.009.W due December lac. 1921 -: .l7Wis '
./ : ,1 ,. )b :5J.WK1.00 due Kecember isC; U2S., .
t ; 'f : : due naoenber'. 192S, .** f
: ; due December lilt. 193t ***
ti.ooo.OIt due. DMwmber 1st. 131. .
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L "Th : fixture :.142 :t e rS7.. ;'. ,' dated DeceaObrr'79t1t BIT ORDER and emtBraMd.of A.the Dr Clmnt"3U.. Coort.: 'i Bayed j IT s Chicago, ct: t' .: .. .: .
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By :Jh. A?oclatt4 Pros) I I .
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his supervision baring no .rel4ton- "t
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. Permanent Fixtures eight divisions Stnd4< '
-agriculture ,
Antonio and tfI
: ....... migration division, pure foods and Cleopatra :
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drugs stock feed fertilizer citrus I'
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fruit and oil division land division I o
>; : prison division field note divison ," .': -: 'iiigajs ::!
: ,, shell fish dvision chemistry: : division '
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of th so-called commissioner .
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nlum 1907-08, the then Commissioner ,
6 Pharmacy! -' McUn wrote that "If I were asked to '" : !. ')
iwans long filler and .
f supply a name, it would be called the *m
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Dumping Ground of the legIslature ,I ;{ .
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expressed : I all Havana. .
the late Commissioner McLJn. He Is "
of the opinion, however, that closer: .
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development of Florida that
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PureJeli iriu; and wholeome'; so The much commissioner of his attention.of agriculturenot ,'fi! i ._
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only la head of all the divisions ;
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named but he It also a member of tJI
Ave different board that handle the
'' slat's business. Including the very .
\ I I''I active board of commissioners o B>AVIS DEKLE. : .
MADE BY I state board.Institutions and board Everglades of trustees drainage of- : LL

I the ings internal of these Improvement boards require fund.a Meet-great "
deal of his time. And the prison division 'CIGAR ca': 'J
Polk ,County Creamery .'alone he says, takes up at .
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Two and TWO Make Four, But- I
Lakeland George We are Eliot's constantly naughty formulation reminded: of of .1 e TAI P4,' FLORIIA] ., ;t
t.e<-kJ'. 'aWt de: That'two and two !
certainly make man'will not press the matter too tar. .
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York gross Paris ripens I.j'," \....I- t'', ,i-;:". -"- ', 'it*.," .1J>...'':' I -

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} --Evaris; Rharmac.y! stands alone, like a mass of I'I : II "
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: / .. ..!. i... i t J.t \. granite.! Appearances may I \ .::5<. ; ..
,-.' >> ','' '- change Ifl London: there are enor- I .' ,
mous ne# building operations afoot, ; '
including the entire reconstructionOf : ,. !
: ; ,Regent street, which sweeps like I I Agency .
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: : < ; .. : i1 < PIcadlly Circus down to the Mall I I .. ,. Y! '. r.-# I .
,.. ,,' ; ,. >;;J'; : .-' ,3 :- r. t:' :' but the change In mere appearance I I : j
4 \ :: ;' S t e 'Home :orTr .r')' serves only to emphasize the rocklike I. :. .
changelessness of the thing that } '
: :. is London itself. ,
j ; ;;.: ', It is generally known that of every
; .; three people one meets in London'sstreets Ii Iit
,twp were born in the city and
one has never left It. That is something -
'to ponder on. something to contrast -
; t with New York and even with t !
HAV-A-TAMPA I Paris, where the "native Parisian I II
'- CIGARS'I Is almost as rare as the "born and
: raised New Yorker" in the American ;
metropolis. For London is more thana I HOLLINGSWORTH'S'I ,
city, it is a nation; It is more Indeed -
: than a nation, it is a cosmopolla.
: : -' Imagine New York entended to in- !
: : : clude not only the five boroughs, but I
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: Westcbester. all the Long Island I
suburbs ;Jersey City and Newark and
UnusualCandies
Hoboken and tVeehawken. and yon :
may get soak notion to the vastness
one and:.jbe convinced and variety of London, but not by .
means a complete idea. Fort after ,
any -
> i i all. these suburbs are not New IIII IIIII. IIIIf
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._; : ; :?r:; themselves New Yorkers, but whereas -
; London with all its vastness and
S_ .,..< ;, -J ....:.. : n. & : with all allowances for local varla f
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of its people are Londoners and have
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; ,...E1. '1t'"'" .tt '' ..>.! Londoners: I I. t. -: .
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a : .' '. Jg' .. ,. And so as you stroll about the Lon- I
don;street or ride high on the top of

r -- .Ii., t a slow London but bus-those busses remarkable, The.'Best You Havener! Tried I''
-- 'I"r 7 .. through the steady traffic, rarely that speeding plod ; s se

but- rarely stopping even for women '

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;:; < windows ot bank and insurance, of- Take a box of "My Hobby Box. >>
; ficcs and brokerages and wholesale]
t '=-: ,, merchants with row on row of high from'twelve
desks, each with a bent ,clerk stoop Consists of selections -
... '. e&.over it. In and out of the 'pond. ,
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: still the "beaver.
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Mincing Lane-seem to speak of the
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past are likely to I
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'1- all this can be part-and perhaps :
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modern world Yet la these dingy {
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?#t r'c: : ; are made that effect intimately the "
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r la"'every corner.ot the modem. world.It EINGSWORTH'S
his always been so and as you 'H
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ttanea Jo go-en la the same old wa".
you begin to doubt that there, at
Martin-Hosmer -Studiossju !lase.; things will{ never.change.Or } I II .
)i>a mar be invited to, a London
0, club,' Ton may have had the Idea, ; >>

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ARCHITECTS ,, mine:;pool and handball court and J 6 r+ f3' .
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to meet a num i
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SarMota and, Fart;t Myers r: :: A tenoR J. Masters J '.. .;' :: S : y>r:

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h i isn't. London;. .You arrive within .thf ; t r i ""r
vast <
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Jones the heaviest stockholder ia eitUNesRpC -, ,anent Please meet me with a correct .description, of. jour protertJ'. : l

; the Naples Improvement Co.. engaged Bttckingbam"V./..'........"..".........Wednesday, P. M.. January, 7....... 1
..i.'" Peter p. Schutt who for tenyears I Olga _..... ........... .. ........Wednesday, A. ?J. 7...ry .JIIi. .
had managed the Bradford ho- / G r rrr Alva ..... ...... .. .... .. ........ ..Thursday January 3thtf6
tel In this city to go to Naples and ,Woodrow .Friday' P. M. January 9th JJIi I

; tries.build up Immediately the hotel the and hotel allied was indus remodeled j 7/ i ;. New Prospect .. ... .......... ..... Friday, A. M. January 9th 1_ -; I

f' and Improved, and several, Sanibel ...... .. .... ........... ..Monday.. P. M. January 12th 1126
'f more cottages built for rent to win i Wulfert '... .. .... ............ ...Monday A. M. January 1th1lJ5
ter Tisltors. A. complete bakery Walt f CapCira '.........................Tuesday P. M. January, WO>IllS
i: ; Installed, and other improvements I i St James 'City ...................'..T.s,.ay, A. M. 'January 13thim.Pineiand.r.
=;:l made in all directions.A I nn.' ? ". t i' ........................Wednesday Jasaary 14taMB
> new keeiia ........ ............... Thursday, P. )L January 15th MB6
ing built wing and to will the be hotel ready iI ia now for use be- I Boca Grande ......................Friday January Itth Mt5EeUro

not later than February 1st Some .I. .'. .... ....................Monday, P. M. January 11th 1Eeoita
o( the rooms will be ready by the fif Springs .... .. ..;..........Monday.. A. M. .,J.ram..ry VHb Mlona
teenth of this month. The new wing r. ... .. .. .... .... .......... .Tuesday ..yaaaary3MIiili
has fifty rooms, all with private Past .Fort Myers ...... ........:....Wed..There &Trl; ( J..January2lttl3Fort
bath all
steam heated, and all large
rooms, the average size being four Myers .... ............ ........After March 1st"f .
teen }br fifteen feet.' -eaL I
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A Wonderful Solarium f 12-27, 29, 30, dl; 1-%, 3, 4. 6, 7, S Tax Assessor; for Lee County ....,.
.' Connecting the new section of the I
hotel with the original building Is a i 11111111I11111Itillilt11111t1I1alIti11H1-1 i I I
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i. solarium' which is a perfect dream. -- ship .'
In its construction almost =
four thousand '=
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( it draped la most and artistically will certainly decorated be a and Joy: Qr2Qn1C12 i l JI .,: Clean and Safe ''Ice I I II.

for.....all. time to come for the guests :1 ;
oi me Hotel. At one aide of this sunroom '
earliest record that con-
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In la a beautiful little gift shop. I I THE & concrete example of ,: I.. -
one end is -
a new grand piano. I hips' bearing sails has been / r'' .1 I ''- --
In the decoration of the hotel jt !
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t-:; grounds 147 Royal Palms have been ifo.m-S among the Egyptian funer- ? .t t Ii When you put ice, in a '
planted with *>t ti-.i-i;;htngs of the tomb of ,: ,
plenty of other :
tropical ..
foliage: A Hibiscus hedge surrounds *: --.dre, discovered by mem- ) drink or upon any of 'g i
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the grounds; and adds Its wonderful I,V .\.:. This tomb dates from '. '" your foods you want to t1 r- .;
'. tpllage and flowering beauty to the //&A'.t 2.000) ) B "C. j t ef y + : be of its purit3.I" i ir
ecene. I Y't.-e little ship models show alan qty t tt" ,' sure
A haut !-, >..;: ot the rlsplns and turn..t.gs health demands .J
) parlor and a barber shop r I ut contemporary vessels of Your ;.
are In the buildings adjoining the *... idle! ": Designs/ of much larger such precautions. F i ia
hotel.A .
i-- .iue vessels may be seen in .. .
swimming pool 36x800 .*v.ilptured decorations at Deir- j '
feet launder You ,viII find j
ours un-
Construction now and will ben 'r Jiahrl dating from about the : -
operation In a,very short time.A >xu icoft The n. First c. Galleys usually clean, free from ::! (

new building nearing completion There are very ancient CretanIS g sediment and impurities '" J. :\
will be .
occupied by a moving picture '..- engraved ia the form oflfTa. :" : >.l
theatre a drug store a doctors office f,& while mosaics and frescoes of all kinds. (\-1 .: ;
a school room, and & club room lo be et the" clstfctdc Greek and Roman'
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known as the men's room or trophy !' period show us vessels nearer the'I E Our prices are reasonable 1' j
.bts of our own era. It will be
Tooni.
This new building Ehould be i \
-. -.aea! that out of the moatand csJ ,- weight honest and .
ready for occupancy within two or Ile ,
i sra.uttful majestic figures ofWatt
three weeks. classic sculptors the Winged 3 ever built; England's. "VIMmy'. ".' service prompt and reg
rsfDrora' -
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ular.f'READ
A J'ermutted water softening plant pedestal tu the form Of the Tbe first complete pica 't! h!- I ,,.. = ..
baa.'been installed and all the water I t"a.cf a mlley. rJ a tory of ships from the most, n (...O'JXl.'it a = -' T. J
Damn through: the ages from the to the tim ...S t.'U ::
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in the hotel lla perfectly soft. A complete -- = =-* JOBO: 1 = ,
37 when men tried the sea in worked out in the dray ;p c. :.ha =
electrical refrigeration system f full and dugout canoes,, to the Rokstad in Norway in the year them with a mark something like well known raariiw .14 r.
U la operation in tbe hotel, and adds sup-.rti clippers, of the fifties. 1SSJ. It is a fine example of a I the letters "W. A.". The history'Gordon Grant. Thvira.1"- in '
to ;ills perfect equipment j I Paths. have shown the progress of ship built about the year 900 A-t and romance of the sea is replete the "Book of Old Ship," si, i Beginning !the first day ot this f.d. One of the most 1m- After that the best documentary with such high lights as 1S3. the[by Henry B. .Crlwr, t4 nhe Southern Utilities Co. I
month the Naples hotel has one of 1; i>' r-.nt: dates in the records of evidence Is that furnished: in the I date of tbe launching of the Sovereign -i j romance and the mys'cr:? f he 'I
the best orchestras in the country I B.pf.r-iaiK. of aailtagships is the engravings of ships of the masterof of the Seas" one of the>I aea in the fading .:z.a.W; the
i' employed to provide music for the l Viki.iLongship discovered- _ai-Ji. 15th. century' -who-signed- .I most elaborately' decorated- ," ships sailing chips--of--other. I.I I.
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Trio a splendid new Musical' organization Is see pany are soulful musicians. :; for what they hare accomplished,j this! section of tb% mate hr interested
Italian musical 1
organizationfrom that can be, most eAthuilastiraily '. The Fort Myers Press is proud of j and what ,they are still planning too j ia the development ct Naples on the I1irIlltil111trfllrltUIN1111rtPttliit
New York City Is the orchestra I LIQlrflilllll111tIIIir111P11ViI111111tINt1Iil111r11H11ri11' I '
recommended. The hotel surely madea I' the work: being done af; Naples the do. It al 9 feels that BOOM words qf Gulf, and 'appreciate these men who I "
;: New engaged and from their performance wise selection. Madame BoschianlU past two years and congratulates, praise should be ttren? to Hesars have had and are having a substan-j THE PRESS AND BE HAPPY
: Year's .
eve at which:: time
made their. Initial they a soloist of ability and charm !I I Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Schntt< genial 'I Jones. Crafton and Hartley for ha{ J tial part In that .
appearance the while all thre members of the com- host and hostess of the Naples hotel{, big things going on at iples. All of< Naples is being put on the map. "

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,,- 5$ $i1 ; r- \',4 Gwynne Subdivision over looking: the beautiful Caloosa hatchee River on McGregor Boulevard adjoining that :

rr; .. high class addition REO VISTA. Lots fronting Boulevard, Caloosahatchee River and Gwynne Road >No 'lot i

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THE PRESS. FonT snrr.n.T'FTERX !:Ell'\RT

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( t Press should be in the office not later than ten o clock on Mondays --; -

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CAPTAIN BLOOD." s Vltagivph picture with J. Warren Kr \ LL 4r 4e ning. Copy coming i in: later than these hours can! only be accepted -

rla U UM title role to a. adaptatloa 01 this thrUUna novel. subject to possible insertion on the following days.


S I ,CHAPTER. XXVII-Continued turnery for the green lanes of England y THE FORT MYERS PRESSToday's

." He sighed. There will ba
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And their own" they made her apple blossoms in the orchards of .- . -- -, -
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!half their numbers.. Driven to the blossoms Els'1 lord -
Apple !I.
"tVtarter-deck the surviving deteadn. ship's vole: shot up like a rocket. r r l
urged on by, the infuriated
and cracked on the word. "What
fRlwoV maintained tl
awhile their
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the cSe'fil-t Apple blos80msllie! .
t jtafeeimta resiaUnca. But U the 'admiral ,, I '"
looked at van der Knylen. The .
jtad.: Rintrol went down with bat I'
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raised his brows and pureedtls
>**t;.te' %U' head and the Freacbanmberinc

ttiemmnt. scarcely aol humorously heavy' lips.In his Bis great eyes face.twiaUed i Special
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r I--e whole men. called for &i 4x It"
' I' "Sol" he sale!. "Fery boedlcaliMy +
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lord wheeled fiercely upas
!..Lrels !Ilea the labors of moors Captain Blood.'If 1 : a3l'd
t 'KJEa were not at ali end. The, .. .11:
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lEKzabeth: and the Medusa were' and your future ar aurec!.',this is '- ..'
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Hint-locked and ITazthrope's follower your chance. Tour duty lies here", i Lee County Boulevard at entrance -
i were being! driven back .
st least for as long as the war lastss.When
t Aboard their own" ship for the .
e time. Prompt measures were the war's over you may get to Alabama Terrace.Fronting .
back to Somerset and elder or yournative I
demanded Whilst Pitt and his .
Ireland and its potheeq., ".
'; seamen bore their part with the I
but until then you'll make the best
L sans, and Dele went below with "
ot Jamaica and ram.


-'.--:I;<.: ,(grapnels a Lord con-Crew Winooghby to, be Blood loosed and ordered the at Admiral once.the laughter.Van to der the But point Kuylen mood of glnmness.exploded remained. Into Ills solemn iI i\i \ i 215 feet on Boulevard .

were already aboard the Victodense. -' thoughts were on MUll Bishop who r t

;:: ; 1) As they swung off to theE was somewhere here in this very and 318 feet on Prospect 1 Ave. :
rescue of Bactborpe. Blood, from 6 :
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house in which they stood but __ I
the Quarterdeck of the conquered '<;- ''1 I whom he had not seen since his arrivaL ,(c)> 1>24 ( I ,
t Vessel looked his last open the Bad she but shown him ft BOCATO or washday, on' the practice to mix lye with kitchen 1 T'
Ship that had served him BO welL Lake Como. Is somewhat of greaso of various kinds thus i "
some compassion A
A moment the rocked after her re a festivity to the color loving onuiugr a home mode soap of uncertain 'L.
lease then slowly' and gradually And then the rasping! voice otWlllooghby ,one actively which Italian! woman, and she Kings and chcmioal nature. | A splendid Investment. 6

settled down, the water gurgling cat In again npbraid- bouts as she works. The lake.; la America neither laundries nor ,
,l.-etchinE .
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,sad eddytn about her topmasts lug him for his hesitation, pointing cvulree the world famed for its beauty, serves hous...ives rely on home-mad '
; j faD f that remained visible to mark out to him his incredible stupidityIn lucre a* a huge washtub for the Italian : soap put are careful to use only 1 -

I" spot. where she: had met her trifling with such a golden opportunity .SMkcrclxcs laundress. ; pure reap such as the standard .:
been ii'i
After the clothes have gi 1
this. Bo stiffened aad *-
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the .eked: at home, they arc laid out i very kc<: i
I eM partly shambles la the waist bowed. neck case O> a rock or slab of marble. on a I to a high standard, according tsci4 > II'Ii
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My lord are la the right It .
'.behind* the VIctoriease. some one spoke shall be> aa yon.you wish: and very .:.ba tr uacl. Cooden board extending into the I I tl9e teats.f'on.t Ii F1McClure I .
rubbedlhorougbly
him.CaptaJn mood vater. Here they are
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gratefully let me assure your lord- sin .ra ender. of 'ii' ...... I CompanyRealtors.
sever before hare I sees the Impossible with soap and worked I:est., may .* m trtt t kftfful 90 foot
c >> made possible by resource ship. I shall know how to earn his *1th the hands... i tJffnvti Shears. tf Horn fuss1 I '
.r majesty's approbation. Ton may: BELGIUM Before soup was available, and ___".. Y Man Bnl Vri. B. S.. U..... I I I:
t IlttHk Clnnhmm Smc ISO Ear
depend upon my loyal service. even.no.III. some district: it Is,if"iI St'ttt. Ws tat Cu,. I
: 4Br Hendry Street Opposite" Postoffice. Phone 213 .
i.t Thus it was settled. Blood's commission -' ;
1ij
was made out and sealedin -
I'I'i
lit road traffic
the presence of Mallard the
ij ijA
to effect In i
commandant
:
t '- speed limit IRA W. SAPP i
w.u tomorrow moraine. his
motor cars IJS!! IfiI CTfrJhJI: Ji.Mri lrJlrtWLJ'JUL'! j lMJlMrttflP- """"" "" '''''" ..,. .''
lordship announced. Blood was avoid General Second Hand Dealers
startled. -- -- -- -----
Phone 444
f
And Colonel he askeeL.He may
Bishop .
,
becomes your affair. You trians must 219 nendry Street Fort Myers, Florida, u.
allow Agency'I
are now the Governor You will cars

deal with him as you think proper .. -
f
on his return. Bang him from his
own" yardarm. Be deserves It." 11111 1111111 IDEAL FLORIDA HOMES\1 .' ,
"Isnt the task a trifle invidious BE SURE OF SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
.... B. progressvOrt; ) the fa-t... No i-uewMork., ; No experimenting.!
wondered. Blood. I A dfliiit treatment with definite n tolls.
"Very well Ill leave a letter for I f Dr iamnusarn Presents the BIAK>I> ASHIXQ' ; method of removing disease.
in th. full sense
This mUto nukr the weak strew; R.H10. youth -
him. I hope hell like it' 1
:
of the word by NA.TlR&s process After. you have pure blood coumnc IDEAL HOME\ SITES ,
Captain'Blood took up his dutiesat 112 through your \aitu. Nature will do tile i.!'t. .
once. With the sanction of Lard It not only rebuild the Dwttees SIaD.s l but all other Anatomical Btnvv.turra "
= of the _tire body Tie blood fells' the cell And certain cells are called
WUloughby he marshalled his tacaneers Glands. The iclawls fundnh the moth lower for all bodily and mental ku'prrematureaoiage
and surrendered to z pure blood k"I|* pure,, you are beadmi grope
Ire sodta early grave. lliU can be avoided By the Acreage of all kinds In every section of! Lee Coun-
one-fifth.'o( the captured treasure, Blood washing treatment :
leaving ,to their choice, thereafter 6 This treatment! in not a Tpeclflc..... any particular. diM''''. It Is a liio- ty. Many tracts suitable for subdivisions. ?,
logical and Universal preventative of tU causes of disease. Spinial Adjust
either to depart or to enrol.themselves -
? ment and mange ta used in eonjarx-lx-n' were needed and forma a branch ofNATUROPATIIY. -t'I
In the service ot King Wil Just off For {4>olntTn<>nta I'IOD can or l 3-3

!lam. i ROYAL PALM SANITARIUM; : o ..?..., In .zoo [
I
A score of them elected to remain HI KrCOFGOK BOtl.tTABD. /
.
latlents treated .
and amongst these were I Bel.w th* fea.toh. t WATER FRONT
Captain Blood sees the, enemy. Jeremy Pitt. Ogle, and Dyke whose First rrVitlrit .r>In>rrtoe( r IB Lee (-...,J'. ? 11

and valor or victory so gallantly. outlawry like Blood's had come to 1
.
Matched from defeat.1 an end with the downfall of K'"g / GULF, BAY AND RIVER
.
He tamed and presented to James. They were-earing old I F

Lord WUlongbby a formidable Wolverstone. who had been left be i wwae "'. --.a -+e r ....R I '
j-- / See before choosing. List :
front Ilia headpiece was cone hind at Cartagena-the only sue us your property <

,. bis breastplate dinted his right' mora of that band of rebel-eon- e ,
t sleeve rag hanging from Wiaaonlder vict who had left Barbados over TELL ABOUT FORT MYERS I .co I

about a naked arm. Be three years: ago in the Clnco Hsgai. : I ITAMIAIllREALTYCOMPANY
# ,
was splashed from head to foot On the following morning whilst

with blood and there was blood van der Kuylen's fleet was making' HomefoUcs and visitors cru inform their friends in the j
De.t a scalp-wound: that he had finally ready for sea. mood sat ta 11
States thoroughly and entertainingly about the wonders of
Mba matting his hair and mixing the spacious wb.lte".hedthat room .
*eb the grime of powder on his was the Governor's offlc. "The City of Palms"by sendirg them The Fort Myers Press. Room 315 Pythian Bldg. ? i

fcaat: to render him unrecognisable when Major Mallard brought him The Press tells the daily story of the progress and possibili ;
But from that horrible mask; tworaid word that Bishop's homing atjuad S. M. Smith L. I. Evans. ;
eyes looked out'preternatw ron was In sight ties of this wonderful section. Attach your check to the ::

aUr bright, and from those eyes 1 am glad he comes before Lord blank below. We will write your friend you are sending The :: 1

two teir had ploughed each a fan Willonghby't departure. The or Press and will see that The Press is mailed: each day, for as .- a
through the filth pt his eheeks. ders. Major are that yon place :
him under arrest the moment he long as you desire. 11
CHAPTER XXVIII steps ashore."

urn PXCELLENCT' Tam COVES- Peter Blood sat back In his chair

f I NOR and stared at the ceiling frown Fort : 1 r

: It was not uita the craning of ing. Came a tap at the door, sad en Myers Miami .

the following day that van derKaylea's elderly negro slave presented himself The lime : Please mall The Fort Myer Press for _._-..-, months to
.
Would his excellency receive
'' before
truant fleet of nine ships Miss Bishop Be ..rqulte.un. conscious the
tame to anchor in the harbor of time- Name \ Navigation Company
that bis-pulses were drumming --- f
j.Port" Royal, and its officers. Dutch la the I ,
la a manner wholly'unusual )
Ins
and Kngilsa.their admiral's were made true acquainted opinion of to them. Then quietly he assented. loss. j Street or Box.No It has been decided to issue Common stock and Bonds ;-.- ; ,

1""tA worth. Be rose when she entered", and it .. I in the financing of the line-keeping the Issue down to t\: :, ;
ha was not aa pale as she was Itwas This actual requirements. Stock will be !
\ Six ships of that fleet were !Do Ii i City $100 par value and
.
because his tan dissembled It
atantly refitted for sea. There were your Bonds will be In the same amount bearing interest at I ; -
fiber, West Indian settlements do- For s moment' there was silence between 8% and when paid off, 10% will be added as a bonus .; -
ding the visit of inspection of them as thestood looking phone I Subscription rates by mall: '1.50 one year: $3.25 sU months: also. :
each at the other. Then she movedforward :
loss
.* new Governor-General and
and began at last to speak, J1.75 three month; 31.25 two months;45 cents one month. l
Lord WQlooghby was la hast to haltingly, in .an unsteady voice I These Bonds will be g 1st mortgage on an company
I RS for 'the Antilles. .
property and will be
invested if
sassing la one usually so calm aaddeliberate. We your money as safely as
4 "Aad nieanwbUe.. be complained) : I you had it in Gov't Bonds arrangements are now be :
b his admiral am detained hereby t'
"1. I Major MaUard,Zuu> ing made with one of our banks, to act as Trustee to ;
the absence o( this fool of a
.
IJaputy Governor:- Just told me..." \ I receive, and receipt for all moneys and to pay it out on i 4 i
")faJor Mallard exceeded his bills for construction material that
"Anal But Id it Bot necessary < or so you will be
-z
duty, Mid Blood and because of
yon remain for dat. And meandime fully safeguarded in every way. You can buy these ;
the effort he made to steady his ;
<* Wench vSl bat defy eye on Bartads voice it sounded harsh and unduly bonds or stock on the Installment plan, thus making it ;;
rich U nod veil defended. for
easy you. '
loud "Ton alarm yourself without
PRESSVANT ADVERTISEMENTS\ PAY
tvt half here cheat the man you
,J 'uat.. He Till require,B9: InsUrno-' reason. Miss maho Whatever We have Just gotten some good news about the f
may lla'betweeD me and uncle waterway from LaBelle to Moore Haven
your
T -we are not _
ban f
*, din one. Re tiU know how .
J yon may' be sure that I shall not free 'to it
to make Port Royal cafe bedder 'give out-yet. But we can say this, we win
1, follow the example he haa'set me.. never again have trouble because .
nor yon or me.p! of lack of wattr-you ,
"Yea mean BtoodT Blgadl I bad I shall not_abuse, ray position to have found our statements true in the past believe these 1

tiunght of it; ,;aad.; .rip- me. why the prosecute contrary a private I shall vengeance.abuse It to pro On HIGHLAND PARK for the privilege of cancelling when ever desireds' i

fcotr toot him. Lord "WIlloughbys recommendation .,
.
? Stood:was sent Cor. Be'was a '

1$d4o' dazzled by- the honor pro I treat bin without to me mercy Is that, Uy I'shall ovra ILWE YOU SEEN IT? If you want to make some good money on l

liaised to him. when Lord "Wlllongh-
intention Is to send him back to his first class
by made it kaown. It was so far plantation in Barbados.. It lies between the Boulevard and the Trail next to Snell Bros. Valencia Terrace and a investment come in now. f

'-7..4'UJ'tJalaC' that ha had She came Uowly forward now. "\ la now assured of high class restricted property all around. Restricted to $4,000 ,cost The transportation business is ;

f ha>amed. and be. was assailed by ,';,10 I am glad. that :you'wQi da tluX and with improvements in NOW priced at $500 with only -100. cash for deed making re- a good one, ,

.J'Iteaets fc. onerous ot his a capacity cbarfo.ael" to undertake Glad above all, for your own sal.* sale easy. These lots are certainly Dearth looking. Ask: yolk broker to show your cash in advance, and with the wonderful

't ":7lam saaeped UTHoughby.keM she held out her band to him.. beautiful '"Sunset Place." He will be glad to do so( aa he. ia. protected on request both as resources which we will tap will be p
He considered It critically The to client and price advances. an as- :
I offer.It unless I were sat-
be bowed over it. Ill not presumeto sured
Wed of your capadtyr that's take it In the hand of a thief and success. .. J. [
s 1 wIT objecttoa a pirate." said bb> bitterly.
'
It H Bot.sty ton*. I bad counted DONALD D. FOLEY I [

**oa gotac hMM BO I bad., lam1- ,(Continued la our nexMsauejL, For full information, see or writE! jg& .

l .' fx \ Owner and Realtor 4Q Post Office Bldg.,Telephone 277-2 Rings. As soon as I am ,
_
|M TAU.MENT HO 3UCAETAIN
: sure when I can,'deliver them I will have two fine residences for sale on this property. ;
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pair slop at 121 Bay street ant so* It h
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5e }' : I -Paul Milliard left today for Rol- : Tcro: of Japan as well as concerm. it nukes yaw gtmra.di
:! ins college, Winter Park. many other of test note A complication good.
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I of all the names represented
-of., -- g Typewriter Serrfce-Y w tetef as 5CD
TO I Thomas J. Mooney of Miami, Is wcteld resenble a list from "DarinPeerage. ? !F what ia r;
the frame we get Hoer
YOU here fer few weeks. oVhos Who in America t
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I, a Don't trade the old -.:* .es jrit*
tiafes Aew' "a' I ,
Ad.--;: 'OI/'Ynllt., Jay l.Jl'larlcs./fuslin cora to oar office cad we will stow
( I -\. C. Saint Petersburg A large crew is carried. The boat ': Fort MyrsFlKwe refet'lwur
you many
1 !: was in the city today on, bnsiVOeorge is .o lose and the hull to of such I U* D
jristed : nesa.i hallow depth thathowlus",. frames H'LDIE .tl'U PKICFS a i ,
ALLENIanHltnlinuuinutmuntlnntl
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I are tacarsoratoa in her eonstNetI Witbin a few days I bare, been in I !
the I L.. and IX..II CSattyt .. froM I iNi 1
Clatty pCTOtt tile' hull getting oat i consultation with (1)) a maBBfaeuirer .! > A
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.tc, : of PHUO irg, P...., are br t!r a jof shape, gjylM;: her the appearance of automobile tires (2) a make i| ALFRED F. HARLEY | IL-

No % : vlait In the City of, Palms 1 l tit I cf toe oM Mtaaisstppi river steainzs.f.OTC.8 of clocks: and (S) a producer of '== Mm. Am Soc c. t., A. M. 1.n !

(rot le ranges and furnaces. It would be '. : hast C. E. ::
L i Attorney Hiltoyn S. Hampton. of. 'OIVIEU ; >OIBy > IIE.UP dt&eqlt to select three basinease I '. = 11\1L ENGINEER :: Ai

rrrs ,, Tampa. WAIl here on business yesterday more dieaJiaUar!. in outward aspeS '! '= Room 21a Pythua Buldia S Isltin.I

TYPE : < The An'lf'lat..tI11 .\ !d 1 vet the problem of all three wa I ; .
I ROANOKE the same I IllKMUMtHHtlllHtlKHHHtHHHHtWNHifDodd
I ; Aa. Jan. J.-Jan-es
1 ;1 -Attorney MTilbar W. Wnttehnrst.: Hop Tyler 78 former governor of The question of each was: "How I

of Wauehula. was liMe yesterday on4fgal Virgteia, ami l promhient! in Preabytcrtan much end what kind of advertising !

businely, church affairs died at his"ome "han! I do to bring my sales up to the & Hutto lap

in Eat Radford early today, prdwcthre capacity of mv !nlant thu, w 'a
-iijt -Mr. and Vrp. II. A. Ro) bi's ant according,to, a tI'age, rac.lvec\ hereFAvSHIONS reducing; my cast and enabling me to I i KnorEKS AND FlISTERS t li
Frank;; Carson enjoyed a raqtor tripto insure lower prices to the t'OIaslll1er' "file IftjODdWe! teHews ... .
'] Arcadia, on New Year day (o" my product : .k teasdo
AD : If you bare any palatiq or roof
I r. & -Miss Dorothy McClure dan sat er fIf There Is no doubt in any ef thciminds i work 'dcoe: let na gtre you an .-

C. C: McClare left 'on 'the, 8:48 train t that adrerUstKg Is the answer I x I ttmate it is free. 7 p
to the problem. Each is justly COB I Noj Job to small or large for
this morning for Orlando white she I of. apliedit
t
'
winced of the
superior merit of his
: Satisfaction guaranteed.
will enter the Cathedral sfrboelG FOIBLES
product Each sells through dealer : Charges reasonable. Call or
to the consumer Each U a leader in se
FQB A. the East Fort write us.o
Lundquist FE
his line Each realizes that to maintain Because! two cents paid for newspaper
to 4 ; Myer barber, who bas; had a severe by Shirley Sharon ; this leadership be must not only! space mil cares a message t l'hft Ml SB Lee Street r.n
{ attack of illness was able to be in a i
produce goods of reliable quality that; more people than two con: spent i il n
.
rut Myera today and his many: pilearr
will give
real service to the user any other way, wie merchants an'
trieda were, glad to see himJudge but that his price must be such as to''l manufacturer:: tell their stories t'0

FOR ; make the service economical consumers in this w;;'>
ho. : George W Whitehnrsl The only way to hold prices down :. _d_ _. 1i I eta:
'ty, ; was sitting in Chancery at the court- !Is to keep volume up. \eJm of production i Hoffman Bros. P

; hoae yesterday and a number1 of and sales come when the :
arc.of
legal lights from different cities were buying public is convinced of econ ; Contractors sad Builders I I '
1m Eudtd Ave .
FOR here ,to take their, cases before hits snieal service. The public most FertMjfrs, FtorNU I ceork
bone : know the facts. Telling' them the COMPt
.each. : -Airs. Cyrus Stewart entertained sets fe advertising' '.'rieir

1100 four tables at Bridge at the Gift and Advertising costing two cent .for' i

< Tea shop Friday afternoon Delifhb each dollar of sales can be made to retireet!

: NEW :;: fat refreshments were served at lh e Increase volume twt'nty-fi"e per cent I

conclusion of a very,spirited game. and,reduce cost ten cent in each dol- COLONIALHOTEL

Wilson, Abe h lir. 1. $ Pestes
-:Mr: and Maaa. Mrs.
Bldg. NOTICE Ok fcHtBItF-H:: S\LE
Cohen and Miss Leona Cohen of
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AMERICAN PLAN
Tampa have returned to the Cigar NOTICE U hereby (give that under I rs;
FOR Cit, after a New Year's visit with 1 cad b virtue of a writ of execution i 18- r $2.50 to $3.5, per Day
rued out Of and under the Sea ef the
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Loeb. Cwuty Court of Lee County Florida. You will find that you .i ECTOPEAN PLAN 41
: attMtcd. the CTtK day of July, 4. It. 1824: .h
find de- 100 to %.00 a
fat a en-tain cause therein pending'wherels can anything you $ $ per Day
bearing -Mr. and Mrs L. L. Barnhill, of t Leopard Santlni was Plaintiff ,, sjre in automobile supplies aatetrs
pr and J. r-. Duke was defendant I ba\e 111 OatsSde Rooms
Charlotte Harbor and Col Earl Farr
i here at most
a reasonable \
North levied upon and will offer for sale: to the i !!t\
of Punta Gorda. were in Fort Myers highest and heat bidder for cash, at the I price. We pride Special Rates by the Week I wl
Star, front door of the Court House' in the
yesterday where the gentlemen were : ourselves on our complete f U
City of Fort Myers. Florida on Monday, Home
attending to real estate business M rteatcx the 2nd day of February, A. 1), l J Z5. a''! stock."Etf'QthIag. "A Home Away Frem wct
Y Mr. Barnhill is a prominent real 5473 legal s4hes day, between the hours of ronab
FOB .J fav a o'clock In the forenoon and two j ror the Car"
estate broker of Charlotte county.D. Odock in the afternoon all the. toHaw- .
Wood lug property situate in Lee County Plor !'
P,. O. Ida, JUK] deeorlbed as foHows : I
Auto Supply .
i G. Rawls, of Mariapna. re- *' Ona aawmill and ruBninn gear and ot .
fleeruk
0,. M tttr\" trunk" should ff
)ttffi turned home yesterday after a visit I' er: veveit thotmnd (1.9(10) feet of lumber J Store BU. WALTER W. EBEBIUB 7 Beta
Mr. applied U llu Ion/ant i&leJr The aforesaid property tiring levied I tei
with Judge J Bowers Campbell. joa &II property of J, C. Puke aDd will I'hOJM ft?
teoC : Rawls was accompanied by his wife{ <*e when girls ere bttttg .nUeJrMjvt be sold for the purpose of sattefyiPg laid DENTISrJre II jam
; execution and cost I 133-12- JkM at.Ii .
and\ sisters Miss Flora, Belle Rawls boviftttscJiool_and 4--;f- ruled this the 2nd day of January, ',,.-, I.
POQ Mr Rawls Invested in Fort Myers D, 1(26.J A.j J JI For The rsuicnt f"tv
Park real estate while here and thinks of Ross .Ad c-a4._cliffei'withkaiividral. fc. AUJRITTOV.: Sheriff of I pu.Over Post Office

,firma returning to Fort flyers to reside. .--, and ....n 1U fait: mosl;ee1ins!:. .CJounlr.run ir-ie-ir-4.Florida. -

rwns ;i ii I, nee a dance,V;r"ierror'
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:FOR-B. ; r;;;==: J'
-Le -Mr. and Mrs O. E. Briggs. of sothea.lp 4F "a:,:q ,
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9 .8tP.gain.: ; Zephyrhills: Miss Varda Erlggs! hornsdemonstration I'I .....ew. La so aC ltz a set a_

S agent of Sumpter dress in a dainty Color and with. shrugalteves COME TO G. A. LOXG RAKE, M. D.

rqR. county and Gerald Briggs of the and Wllpl..k is perp.itted.in .
# office
.INad. University of Florida Gainesville, others the
have returned home after a pleasant can also be ttwd: for tea church and NAPLES-ON THE GULF residence, 897 2nd. SL w-the

T Prtea' f \ holiday visit with.' their eon; an l Sunday dinner'AIIDOM green, powder ,. 'Hours: 11122.4William He*
bangs. brother, W R. llriggs. count'
Lee )
Ible.,f or one of the new cranberry or s
agent. Several trips were made by t fe-
; eossat reds is exce&tnt for this purpose. And Enjoy ;:
'y-: ,PI*>. the party to different parts of the Tale s and.pCb de Londrej emphasizetbe th.

>- : county and all were very much bouffant effect! : tj Coo ilirt. Satin, A f = tideer
'(, -$951, i pleased with Fort Myers and its back Delightful Hotel, Soft Water in -the
: Steve ,ail>.crfpc and cripe de Ouce are solttx. '
Wood
country.Dr. J. .
1 .
yell St. I. .
:
Bath
0;' Steam Heat -

c .: I George F. Weber, assistant -' Attorney -at Law I' ....

is K P Il, i plant pathologist, of Gainesville who NOTICE '. Lovely Solarium Deanrte" ..-
I ; I has been here in consultation with Realty BaHdlas First and : irs

.l County Agent W. R. Brings over I hereby notirr all advertiser in Surf Bathing) Excellent elf W
.: Shy, truck crop diseases was accompanied the B nd, Prozwun of Fort? MyeraCencert 1I lr
I by hta' wife and lter-in-l&w. Band for concert season 1! :
Music\ and
Dancing Daily arRIe
J'Oa< ; Miss Hall the latter fcf ,Atlanta, and. 1834-25 that J. E Warren is no .
Z; all fell in love with the City of Palms longer connected: ia any way with
a 101, and want to come again.- They have. same and that F. R. Sheridan' has I Wonderful Fishing and Shooting I- I

t |end; returned to their homes nor has ever )Had, any authority I r

iS 8, from me.to act as solicitor or col- FITS GLASSES
l
c
JIOR' Mr. Jack cut Miss Marion Gill lector or both. AU correspondence I THE NAPLES HOTEL ratio Ie LN. ..
, [ Miss Katherine Gill and Mr. and Mrs. in regard ta said programs -
'\: Frank Rouke and the baby left this should be addretsed to J. W. ::1-
: barrain r. Schntt, Xxnagtr ROYAL PALM PARK
morning on the Fort Myers Specialfor Scanland. Fort layers, Florida. I "P. ...
'lote.;:: Hartford Connecticut, after a Bordering the Caloosahatchee '-

visit with their sister, Mrs. J. E ------------ River. All Water front priviJ.egeireserved ;.

Hubinger, at the beautiful home olMr I """""'! ...",OR""' '''''''''''''' : '.1'' ,. .'"",.""."Blli' 9@R j: and Mrs. Hubinger on First 1 See P. ED. TATEN If

street. Miss Marion Gill has been Royal Palm Park Fort Myers, i'
her sister s guest for some time. The '
>isMi >
t remainder of the party came'down .
for the holiday season ,
j .tr
fl3t VETERAN nOr EnOAT Condensed Statement of the Condition of .
"
1 T1M1S FORT MTEKS : a
eats 'I 5

(Continued from page 1) Fort Myers Jewelry Co. .
1 North thU fall to Tampa and the ,
i 4BANK- OF FORT MYERS & TRUS1\GO.
t I owner and his party met her there. Manufacturing. Opticians

tie has with him as guests Admiral ,' 4C Registered Optometrist ta Attendance
; Willard If Brownson, u. S. N, retired 2 :
? FORT MYERS FLORIDA ;
.' and Mrs. Brownson, and Maj. :-
..Gen. Sir Reginald Hoskins, K. C. B. I '

C. M G., D. S. d, who was the commanding I
;
officer of the' English army' .* *_-'gs.DES fe= s.& -t 4

": Iin! East Africa during; the world war I' As Called for by the Comptroller at the 1 Close of Business i Dec. 31,.
and !D't1a"tast: fight with Gen. *
was .
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and one' halt foot draught propelled Overdrafts, .: ,. .. .T". .. 269.92 Surplus -t .. . . :\.-, 100.000:00 : I

br two. 134 hp.. engines:driving twin U. S. Bonds .- 88,828.00 Undivided Profits . . '" 35792.86

e. screws air modern She conveniences is fully equipped, and wit ai State, County} and : Municipal Dividends Unpaid ,. .... .. 0.00000:; Fort: Myers Beauty

comfortable as any good hotel Bonds u .. ." -i.: 38,97500 Reserved: for Contingencies ; Parlor

.' : : An 'Interesting:featnrd of the 'boalU Furniture} 4 fixtures . 3.000.00 :. '. .'. .1. :. .r:( 5000.00 !

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r J r\VlLIJAM\I JENNINGS; BRYAN'SWEEKLY ;.;,? manent-r--cure for the "ate evils that thrive'. fknowing4vrCo it Is that receives I And thirsty or strangers or naked or InDeed

I n: in spite of our civilization. another thought may be added; what of comfort l

I f BIBLE TALK I matters it whether the thirsty land Had they been upbraided by a human
The Great Judge. expression to its: thanks* The .j
gives
1 ton;ile, they would bars answered I
I Second, Christ is to be the Judge.
; : virtue of the spring cannot be lessened I brother's
; BY JENNINGS WIYAN as Cain did-"Am my I' APARTMENT SITE
I ,." He shall come in his glory, and all) I by the failure of the soil to express keeperVheth r they possessed
the angels with him. .and before ,
f The Last Judgment; gratitude. i much or little they had spent it all
him shall be gathered all nations. (
Text of Toda,'* Bible Talk: Ifr Mr. an So. with the righteous! ; they have on themselves. They worshipped I
Jesus leaves no doubt as to His deity -
(Matthew %5: 314'W1f'D A done their duty when they bestow; self and ministered only to self ignoring :-

"- the San of man shall come in his fairy; and all the holy angels and; has He is authority the equal to administer of the Father judgment they should not be distressed If those the fact that they were tied i r Just what: you have been looking for. 130

f: with blm. then shall be Bit upon the throne of ha glorA whom they aid are t. ungrateful as I by Indissoluble bonds to all about 1'1'1'' feet on beautiful McGregor Blvd, by 140 feet on
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7' Aad before him shall be gathered all nation:Wd hd shall the nine lepers of whom we are told them and had no moral right to decline -
separate them 'I
court'rooms often crowded .
Our are Tournament.This
I assistance.
one from another in the Bible. I
as a shepherd dirideth his
sbee from the goats: I
Interest
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ADd he shall set the cheep on his right band. U\t the\goate on the left. felt In an Important triaL The Here again we are reminded that I In our present day civilization, property has ten rooms modern house,

Then shall the King say unto them on his right Jwnd, fcome the really fruitful seed it that whichIs the 'unrighteous are guilty not only located is offered for next thirty
the
ye blessed of.I parties to the suit are present; and is ideally
f. r 107 Father, Inherit the kingdom! prepared' fcr rpa frAn thi fosndaticn of the I witness are called and examined and I cast upon the waters without calculation of neglect of the needy but of op- $ OOO.OO cash ha&iles: ,it, balance
|world: I' of return, aad the explanation pression of others days $26,500. : .
\ \ finally the verdict cf "guilty" or I
111 is simple Those who do there were Instruments reasonable.
fr For I very In olden times
was an hungered and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ve gave "not guilty" is pronounced But these of
nothing until they are sure a re- which inflicted un1 -
of torture
me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took-me In: '. court rooms scenes, familiar to all ,'
\ time flgnrirg! that they ,
turn spend 1 the body today
bearable pains on
g .I Naked and ye clothed me: I was sick,'tend \ bear but little resemblance to the Walter
ye was In prison, ant therefore
should upend acting sentiment has banished physi-I
public R. Kaune
-4 y came unto me. \ session of the World Court over
"d \ cannot sow much seed. They labor In fcal torture but new methods hare ,
c Then shall the Ylaltedtne\1\ which oar Lord and Saviour will preside S
: righteous answer him, sartPf. limited field and cannot expect : less
; aw we! thee an I .' a very i(been devised which are scarcely REALTOR:
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,' hungered, and fed thee pr thirsty;; and gave tV \ '! >- .. a generous return. But those cruel and hardly less criminal. It has ,
When Every human being will be there, 5.6 Langf.rJ Bl-ig.! Pho-- 31S
saw we thee a stranger, and took\he have a passion for service and the
.: 1 in? 'nalfd. and clothed who been necessary for government II
hear what Is said about others.
t thee not to give because giving Li a pleasure sow ito| resort to all sorts of verbal reflnemenls or >oar own :!:::,1cr.J \ .
::1rI:1 but to answer for himself Each will I
=: Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison, and came unto tt ,e, ha (too deeply absorbed in his own such a quantity of seed that the crop ,1! to reach those guilty .f !

:: And the King shall) answer and say unto thenn. Verily Vaay. unto you. case to pay attention to the charges la necessarily large. doing injury upon a large scale. JII I .

: ,Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these V'brethren, ye filed against others There will be I rnt'ODlC'k.u.! .f Merit I I An Onense Against! God. J >;cJ ,
hare :
done it unto me. \ ft no lawyers objecting to questions as I In our text the righteous were unconscious Note for instance, the pure food, J .- ::=-' i

Then shall he say also unto them en the left hand.\Pepart rom me, ye i "Immaterial Irreveiant and not I of the merit; they had i: laws, made necessary by conscienceless -'

Cnrsed into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his ajUel.- er cane of examination proP-1 given without Inquiring about the re- i,[ adulteration of food; an anti-:

.:0 For I was an hungered and ye gave: no meat: I was thirsty,jind ye gave The books will be opened and each ;I i I ward. I' option law which seeks to protect ,

me no drink. 4\ thought an word and deed recorded | When Christ invited them to Inherit producers from those who by specu-

5 I was a stranger, and ye Jook me not 1 in: naked and ye clothe\ft me not: :day bY day, will testify for us or I'I the kingdom prepared for them '!I! lation suspend the natural laws of

sick; and In prison, and ye visited me not. 1 against us, and our conviction or acquittal 1!"front? the foundation of the world" supply and demand; and the anti

: Then shall they also answer him! saving Lord, when saw we thee an will be decreed by One who I and told them that they had given j i, trust laws which make it unlawful Two Bargains ;
t.F hungered cannot err. I when He bun i I to create and operate private monopolies -
or thirsty or a stranger, or naked, & sick, or in prison(! and did Him food to eat was
not i and Such laws as those above refer-
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minister unto thee IhrNt Ever Present gry water when was thirsty ,
Then shall he answer them I had rovided shelter when lIe was a1 I II. | red to would be unnecessary if every
saying, Verily I sayNnto The Bible text declares that Christ
Inasmuch
ye diet it nat: to one of the least of these did It you as Is potentially present in every life; stranger; that the had clothed Him : man in business-even every Chris
ye not I
An? (these shall go away into everlasting to me. I i He suffers with those who suffer and I..when lIe was naked, visited Him :' tian In business! -recognized that an 80 Acres
into punishment: but 1 the righteous when He was sick, and comfortedHim injustice to the poorest and least In-
life eternal rejoices with those who rejoice. He
surprisedand I'fluental of his customers is an offense .
counts as committed against himself in prison, they were .",.

"'bU, test for all the wrongs don. to all Ills inquired when they had rendered I I against the Saviour Himself 31miles from city limits 3/ ,mile to new
our today deals witha tirely to conscience because the service described. They were | In conclusion a word in regard to ; :
conferred Himself
the and -
conscience people, as upon
-" lessons subject which of supreme U teaches Importance the mar: become seared (and Jose >> all the kindnesses: done to Ills Informed that they had ministeredunto the duration of the punishment. Golf Course; 1 mile from Trail; on Railroad \ :..
are why punish-
r on the Its power to inflict anguish Christ when they had ministered I There is no reason
the
; Surface' and easily understood They upon pecple 'ment should not be as eternal as re- I
guilty The books unto the least of Ills brethren. and ditch.
must be balanced .
are We have proof here that the 1 indl-
intensely practical, also, so thateveryone after the career Is What more Inspiring message j ward,- The choice is freely made and
complete*, and
.' :\ can apply them IB his dally a Judje who la by vidual will be judged by his conduct could Christ have left to the ages on the effect of sin is as lasting as the that sold
'! fe.f fully informed and toward -his men. Faith and I Adjoining quarter recently at I
incapable cf showing partiality: fellow I the eve of His departure to heavenby !,effects of righteousness. When one :
or 1
4 .First there (is to be a judgment works separated. Faith of ,, be sets In '
prejudice way of the cross and the tomb! lIs guilty wrong; doing $300 per acre.
works but cannot be
dal precede proven I
influences! that continue
I It would transform human relationship motion
Then, too belief In a judgment day except by works. The righteous are \ !
'*Tt JL final day of accounting 1s necessary is necessary for the restraint ;of man righteous because of the purpose that If in each cal our ellowmen. (i j I throughout time. For instance, the Price $150 per acre J ;
if there is to be anything I we could visualize the Js Uering of ::killing of a father or mother or ,
among ip hours of temptation He i3 lives, do
weak controls their they good as
I Io 1 jtnen worthy of the name of justice. enough even when he \ our Saviour-if we could look upon sister or brother or child reacts up- \ !
'_ ;,H Is impossible for either rewards or cannot punishment knows that he a matter of habit; they give as the I each as one for whom Christ died. If ,i ion many-who shall number or estimate JlllllllllllUlllllllllluumllmumn:
escape for
: punishments; to be decreed Intelligently wrong spring gives the least of the children of men was I the consequences of such an : I
doing what
la this world : all thought would man of God be and If h - While the Illustration from the very dawn of Father and His only begot :Xe Rehearing.Christ .
}laws of God the revealed all thought of a future lit.Ith Heavenly I:
laws and literature and has been, employed to ten Son how be Indifferent 1 who is to be the Judge
the laws of nature, are [its adjustments andthe. final \accounting can we : Price $40 per acre I
enforced to some extent by immediate I for deeds done in the flesh* Illustrate many things.' Tolstoy has to each, other.! i warns us that there will be no rehearing
j given to it a very valuable interpretation j
benefit or chastisements, [ I after lie has pronounced
equity One of the
can not ha administered jnevery the present day alarming features of he says that the spring does The AstonNliin! nrkcateoos. I Judgment. Who will Impeach His i iI

-case or 'la most cases situation is that the not ask who is benefitted by its waters And the unrighteous-they. too, I sense of Justice! Why incur the risk [
immediately
REYNOLDS CO.
putting of GOd far and the W. H.
rate-
especially is this true where the of ing of questions aa away to the : xlsten6e Its business' Is to pour forth were surprised.. "f !Involved in a rejection of His counsel -i ; .
feels I If committed against fellow that which is refreshing and invig- It never occurred to them that in and a repudiation of His authority .: j
a of a personal God are making 301 Pythian. B.....
being Many Criminals arenot men orating, but as a matter of fact the j their selfishness they were withholding : !
indifferent; life is no longer I
taught and. therefore, escape human precious. deemed treat philosopher adds the water from the Saviour that which I The path though narrow is A I
penalties entirely It Is Inconceiv sinks into and satisfies the first was His due. They saw in the fellow straight. Faith is within the reach of
able that a just Ood should permit Many act 'as It the, recognized no thirsty ground that: It finds m
tire guilty la escape merely because < accountability beyond the wholly Jf duals, each lost in ,-*$&; .multitude"- ot all. "The Lord. Is not willing
they are able! tQ elude court officials .4 prescribes.. The world la sorely in f And: 6Q' la apply the 'nlu ration;*'.themy should "
: Sefeswry Restraint: i I need of shotted_ theywaste time come to repentance. READ THE PRESS AND BE HAPPY J
.-Such matters cannot be left a quickened .sense of respoa.alblllt.ft (ha righteous slmpl pour forth Intent fir money or even sympathy* What (Copyright mi. by the Republic.
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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
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Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
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YEAR-NO.3a FORT MYERS FLORIDA SATURDAY AFrEnNOOX, JANUARY 8. 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS .&



f THIS YEAR'S' FAIR TWO MORE 'WILL CITE STOCK I!I BATTLE FRONT. IX RUM WAR r BARNWELL REALTY CO., I




r'. WILL .BE BEST EVER gressive announced Carl P.citizen Roberts his willingness of Fort always Myers to a ,pro-join baa TO LAUNCH FIRST ST.,


rr his Golf and Yacht club stock

SAYS JOHN.. BORING with that who of the have five generously other shareholders offered 4Ta BUSINESS SUBDIVISION m

. to donate their holdings

; x \ ( free 'of. charge to the city when- a M

,4 Special Order Fer, *od Weather ever U sees fit to take over the i "Ry I Development in Heart of City
t' Placed irMh Weatherman golf course. '
: MINSTREL SEAT SALE Planned With Eye To ;
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G. Colcord W. P. Franklin, another booster ,
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'p. '-. always ready to help a cans. Future Growth Of
) The advance sale of tickets for
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1. There ,wlU be far .1nbrecommnuli; that, will help Fort Myers hat Fort Myers ;
the American Legion minstrels
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"F booth Vat. 'thei Lee county f signified his desire to do likewise.Mr I
will{ be sold, 'through the Junior i
1 February 24th thererha y
a 28th than Franklin is the seventh to >
chamber of commerce and people
ever been before it was found nee- make this offer to the city. I It remained for the Barn wet I Real-
who reserved
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nfJT to erect another exhibit quested to get them at Hunter's ty Company, of Fort Myers and Sabot
,} building inside the circular concrete Drug store. Petersburg, to put on the first real' ,'
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1 building constructed last year There will be 1.000 tickets on business subdivision and development

The following communities wUl NAPLES ON GULF sale and it is advisable to secure la Fort Myer. Some months
hare booths this year: Aha, Olga, tickets early and avoid the last ago the Fort Myers )Press carried a
HelgrinO Pineland. lona., Estero, ''I night's rush. story of the purchase by W. F. Barn-
? Bonita Springs East Fort Myers and II well and associates of tfce S. C. Bas .
BEING PUT ON MAP
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The ( I of First and Fowler
II property corner
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t V, are also more school exhibIt streets, for a congifltrattoix. of $*+*,-

its this year than ever before, There ooe.oo.

t t< .s + to are make twelve exhibits schools so far, signed op BY ITS BACKERS i'i'I\VOMBfS\ CLUB Will j This property bas a 294-foat; frontage -

and more are expected I. I on First street and rare back to
to be represented. % : the CalooMtfcatthee anti oenprtoe
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It la stated that this year's fair will EFFORTS I
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l Many Imprevemeats In Little Neighbor & w something life three acres of kaad.
be bigger and
better
than ever before City Place It A It adjoins the grounds of the Royal
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,: In Its history and the manage- Palm hotel and lie* 4tt feet from the
t meat hopes, that Jupiter Playing! will Popular Resorts! t TO OBTAIN LIBRARY i farthest store east on First street.
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i : of Its existence.! John M. Boring For a half a century a number of along the Rio Grande near El .':uo"". Them l t '4}. t.rl';.: "/ I ;SO; feet farther tfeaa; tats present
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''f, 1 says that he has had AJ) C. Colcord. leading people of the country have a were engaged tn target ractk-e %p;.*, j; ; ;. :_ r i i building line of First street so that
,: weather observer order a special been going to Naples on the Gulf, when the cameraman happened along. "- +y t; i1! ., fi ,: i_ :!:r 7 -Meeting With Women' 1IiL..loDi i when it is necessary: to widen First
[ brand of weather Batow-officials flooding } ra r { Chamber ef Commerce Will i I .
for this occasion thirty-eight miles south of Fort My. the tma of ; 'A'y street the building on this ,napery
I:_;;' : .'j and If It Is not here he will hold Al ers, to spend their winters. Gradually El Paso with hundrcda of barn-la of t Discus* Way and MeansAt I will not be m leete4. ,

I f';;1 responsible. a fine little coast town has confiscated lequilU, Mexicanwin'!ne. ""'-+" -, l a s1 With another S* feet on the opposite

- i Mr. Boring states that Hogan's grown up at this beautiful spot on a meeting of the Business! and:; side First street can be wMn.*

I hippodrome cull<' auto polo has ,been I the Tamtam Trail. Henry Watter- Professional Women's club held but' to 160 feet and many po,4. of vfstea

,j contracted for and that Billy Clark's son, General W. B. Haldeman. Bruce GUN ClASHES' !, ARE I night at the Franklin Arms hotel itj I foresee the time. when this will b*

chows, which require twenty-seren Haldeman. W. E. Dwight .Colonel was decided to bold a Joint meeting:i necessary.For .
'. 1 railroad tars to transport will be West Colonel Hendry E. W. Crayton. 4 of this club and the Women's Divis- the present this fifty foot stt. <

.. hers In all Us glory. Judge Wilkinson John 8. Jones and !I x ,4 len of the chamber of commerce on I! will be used for benches and tor
r'1; The management has ned! a many others have had a hand I* FREQUENT IN TEXAS ; the evening of January 13th at which parking purposes. A fifteen-feet

n .; contract with Capt. L. A. Spencer building this beautiful resort city on *, .5 ways and means for the' erection ofa sidewalk will be constructed slang ,.

H Indian agent, to hate 100 Seminole the Cult. I library building and assembly hall'the building line.Coconut.
t .Indiana present In full regalia and It waa riot however until the Naples BORDER BOOZE \\VARI Ii I may be considered. j Way

4. J they will range from papooses in Improvement Company decided II i Mrs. Conrad Menge, president of t Where the two cooe-nnt trees stand

.''' ;t. arms to aged warriors and sedate to go ahead and really build a city TueatyJ 1 the Women's Division of the chamber sentinel 70 feet from the Royal fmtmt

chiefs. that the big things now being carried : Twenty-ene Ken Slain and I of commerce, was present at the hotel a street will enter between

Many special prises will be given out at Naples started. Many three Wounded In Bloody I meeting. I them which has bean naiaml "coconut -
I I: 1 school children as the management beautiful homes had been built, the Tell The women's dubs sold a lot Way." The syn< cAe which is

wishes' to encourage them to better Naples hotel had been established, 1'1'I I which the; owned at a good profit developing this tract ia now figuring a

f;' work through constant effort and application. etc. About two years ago, when U I and hart on han4 a considerable sum j with contractors far paved streets
I t was decided to put In a complete I By XEA Service of money which they propose to finance -| curb and getters TIde will bo nohalfbated

electric plant and improve the water I El* ,PASO Tex, Jan. 3.-The : a building for the purposes development 'tte streets ,

works system, the little city began to !northern bank of 'the Bio Grande has i; t mentioned-provided, that some pro- and sidewalks will .t* ftniebcd oaWely. *-

! 1 OCEAN LINERS DELAYED show Increased life and growth. i become the battle fro1of the ..Quthweat's j I Eressive citizen, or citizens, will contribute .
# Modern Electric Plant I A'4 a lot on which to place the Coconut Way will run from first
rum. war. j I I
One of the best small city electric bu.UdiI16I' j street to the waterfront, pa.r$leHrng,
''i: .INRfACHING:R[ -J G NEW YORK"f plant in the country 'Is Installed It( J> the seen of weekly, even 'S I'' There U aerring need In Fort My-y:!'.Fowler street t-. '

ther. l\\ baa sufficient capacity to dfHy, gun tight between: liquor, ers for croons where tk'#, different! )!; Thire are six, ajJ&JM ** *.* .
light a'towB" "of five thousand people;} smugglers, and government forces. women b clubs can meet sad where and royal pofnelana &III

aY A CAL IE ANU' SI01$ During! the past year. sn .,. il I. ,U. Revolutions pa the ogre; aide tthe"International meetings oL,oar winter visitors maj*;ttrad\ whlclr 'I&t" llt"tir' '

y : water works system 'ha.. been imjr "torde'r :iinaye'reomeand'go"but : i beheld. It is thought that there will'' natural beauty.; stab ta,>Wfr, jri"_. '"

proved 'and extended, and the streets the. bOOM clashes on the --c---. I be little difficulty la securing the gift'or tree In Florida on ibis) property
, have been surfaced and new sidewalks American side go Incessantly. the necessary lot I Il I and. the baftMtog reetrtcUoos
; 41 Atlantic Traffic Rendered Perilous laid. Twenty-one men have been slain i Postal l Official Looks t i will. conserve all tropical tree

! Fer Sea All Craft Sizes of Early In the summer of 1923 Mr.1 and 23 wounded In clashes with liquor Over Office Sites tl PAINTING SHOWS/ i .\ DISTINGUISHED GUEST I! For 229 feet along the west sMe

. [ft (Continued on page 5)) runners within a few miles of l I! of Fowler street the property line
t I El Paso since the Volstead 'act be- will be set back 20 feet in order to
. : ; i .,4 NKW YORK,.. Jan. 3.-The winter's came effective Looking over the different offers BEAUTIES OF erly for six years In orm-I!! widen this street For t** present
. c $$160,000 PAID FOR And these figures do not Include I this will be used as a parking space. :
heaviest snowstorm has descended for postoffice site. here today is Saint Luke's Parish with his residence
:' Atiantic some smugglers known to have been II I I and will take care of a.large number
f f. cn the seaboard. George S. Pickelt. post office inspector CORDOVA TERRACE In Fort Myers, but now rector
i Forecasters predicted that it would killed, but whose names never hare Go. The office of automobiles.
; of Atlanta post of the Good Shepherd Episcopal
.. ACRES LAND been recorded, officially. And bow It Is the intention Of the aadicMe
end today and be followed by rising 2,520 for I
t'-t I department has asked for bide I I church! at Punta Gorda has been the I
more'smugglers this If It Is -
many may have developing property peeslide
t temperatures and cloudy weather the construction of a post office house guest of Captain and Mrs.
crawled home to die, after ""run-ins" i to get a permit, to build a Pier
J The snow turned to a drizzle this '' I building of practically double the Picture In Cross Co. It this week, aDd was thus i
Realty Owynne
Wor1.1of
200 feet
which will be
NEAR DIXIE HIGHWAY with Uncle Sam's agents, Is difficult into the river
J morning.A' size of the present one on a five Charles Bullet Lundane' able to greet his many friends at theNew 1 I
wide and entend Into the river MO
J to ascertain. I
CS-mlle at Atlantic City t
gale
.. year lease and Mr. Pickett is here Artist Year reception of the Gwynne.
piled 15 foot wares on the beach there The murder of Dave Orr, a prohi- considering the locations and the For fourteen New Tear's days with- I feet with playgrounds and parking
today. I bitten agent, and Frank Clark, Immigration space in the center and around the
bids out a single exception Dr. Blanchett
E;". ;. Four ocean liners are overdue today ilart'-Hasbrouk Company ClosesDeal.luvolrinir Inspector. within 48 hours One of the bidder Is S. M. Smith.In I An oil painting 4x5 feet hangs In has paid his respect to Captain and outside.
Win be Fully DevelopedThis
and ocean traffic rendered perilous Property of bal aroused the apathy, of .p Paso cl1I88QL Jail for the shooting of O. F. L. the office of the Cross: Realty Com- Mrs. Gwynne. His presence was a

.1 for graft of all sixes by gales Consolidated Land C*. Beckett. He was released in the custody pany which is the, work, of Charles Joy and a benediction. property will be fully developed -
streets, concretesidewalks
with
:' snow and! heavy seas In the Atlantic A new cry "Get the man back of of Sheriff J. E. Albritton to go Bullet of Paris and Cincinnati the paved

as accompaniment to the storm their removal Into the bootlegger," has gone up. and show what be has to, offer to the artist who is now sojourning In the and curbs', sewers, water.
ashore The Adriatic I.'not expected Antedating fEverr case of smuggled liquor Is City of 'Palms. "This painting shows I CAPT. AND 'RS.' 'gas and electricity.
&their new offices, which will occur inspector.EXTERTAISS circular
1( ':- before Tuesday. The Assyria la already bathed 4n blood" says George J. Har- the neW"subdivision of Cordova Terrace i Until the pier is built a

r' '.t' .sit days late and is expected next week the Hart-Hasbronck ris district supervisor 0',the federal CHICAGO GUEST: which U to be placed on the GVlYNNElI drive will run o\'u4he property.
I It Realty Company has closed a big I
All buildings are to be of Spaniaax
''tax to make 'port tonight or tomorrow Immigration service. market next Monday.
transaction just to illustrate HAVE KEPT .
rest estate or Moorish design and plans must be
sit Mount Clay from Hamburg "Tie man for whose*, money the
The of beautifulBilly's
the fact that it Intends to "cut Mrs. C. W. Shrtver entertained ata I It shows the winding submitted to the syndicate for approval -
F-: Is two days tate and the Paris will > smuggler risks his Ufe'ls'as much to creek as it crosses this sub-
; Hot tea
at the
Piping
some Ice" in the real estate world. bridge party
'f.3r, \>. about, a day 'late.The blame as the smuggler himself. The dIv llon= which. would be before buildings are started
'; storm caused postponement of (Consolidated The firm sold Land 2,520 Company's acres of pro-the responsibility really Is his son room of yesterday Chicago. &\ honor of Mrs. Ma- navigable a for'stream boats DCJlom, size CUSTOM SINCE E 1912 2 i In order that It ia harmony the Intention; of design to make may tiprevaiL

,;" ; the departure of the U. S. S. Arkansas to Saint' Petersburg people, Taking this stand the' governmenthas A )lovely salad course was served were it not for the "railroad bridge
petty this the most beautiful building sec
:i ;' ;. and ten destroyers scheduled to ; through D. S. Henry, the company's arrested several urchaers of with other dell ,cleS: The rooms which spans it Plans are underway .1 1 tion In the state. :
-
vail on the Brat leg of a cruise to contraband "hooch" on charges of with :1 to have this condition nmerior- !
decorated Receded
; (agent, for a consideration of $160- were attract!VeJy -I t htrcam Of TMlor Tbrengai Tentative plans are being drawn
.1.' -Southern. paters for winter maneuv j 000.00. This land lies one and one- ecntpiracy to violate prohibition freshly cut flowtrs. lated. i eat Day By Gracious: Host by W. 0. SparkUn.:'A. L A, which

":'.. '", ers. alf miles south of the Dixie High awt.' Mrs. Mason tl-e honor' guest was There are ,fifteen acres in this tract l And Hostess! may be changed la aim the' convenience <
; Four steamers beside the Mohawk way. The company does not know to Hundreds of smugglers are wading presented with t lovely peacock fan. and It will be divided Into CO loll!, and wishes ol purchasers of
3 bare! been reported in trouble the will across the river daily and nightly 250 feet in
(rwhat purpose the purchasers ranging: from 200 to Captain and Mrs. Wm. F. Gwynnewtfo
;'c last two days.. The" shipping board use the land. 'with booze obtained in Mexico. Most JlISSlOX by MEETING This tract la near the Fair depth-'f at home to their many friendson lots.The syndicate Is 1ng approachedby .! .

steamer, Belfaack sailing from Liverpool -t'The Uar -Jlasbrouck Company, of the traffic:, however, is carried on -r- \and from a home there you New Year's Day, In accordancewith many who need business. rooou

to New-York has a broken throttle -. which Is composed of P. John Hart under cover of darkness. II There will be a business meeting the Philadelphia Athletics. play' baseball the most delightful of all New and it is now arranging with a. Urge

t ? valve and the British ship U 100- and C. Dudley Hasbrouck. will move Life Is cheap to these men mostly ot the Woman'* Missionary Society J Year's customs, a custom which CaP- financial concern to put up buildings

loo ia aground off New Jersey. I I Into their new Quarters In the Tcmne- Mexicans. They know the risk they of the First Methodist church Mon- j The painting shows the beautiful ( tain and Mrs. Gwynne have hospitably for lease and real and general offices

tier building next to the Grand Central ire taking' but they go ahead with it I' day afternoon at 3:30.: It is especially [ palms and the ragged" pine trees puservcd for many years. Since ,for the company' use.The .

t hotel on Jackson street next i lust the same.- important that all members be t which are sprinkled'brer -this> BUBjdivision. 1312, which mean fourteen beginnings syndicate U.fcle. to finance a

,. VETERAN Of flORIDA week. The plate glass front Is In but Walk down near the smelter. Sitting present as mucl important businesswill [ .. *"* ? I of a new year, they have kept I building for purchase! of lots for a

the. floor has not yet been finished. ( under the yellow leafed trees on'Jie be. transacted., !, The blue prints will be ready next open house in Fort Myers, and many small amount of CA!X down. Lota are
L. Bridges, of Marietta. Ga.. haa be- : old Hart estate an ancient SpantIh' -- ---- --- ---- j Monday when the lots will be put on j of their old friends look forward I quoted at =iooo.o0tO;:S5,000.00 at tie

USFLEETS[ come identified with this firm and .'domain you wilt see a little Succeeds 'I' the market f : from year to year to renewing aequaintanceship present> time.

will have charge of the. insurance department group of Mexicans basking In the : i I In the lovely home of i iI This is the n\, itep towards, extending

I Mr. Bridges is here and< 'nit. a as Bowers Campbell the Gwynne's on January First : the buslnesi section of Fort
I
VISITS fORT] MYERS I seems to be a progresive man anda Here Comes a brown-face, languor- 1 i\\J. ]'I| All afternoon sad all evening, and' Myers east on First stree which: is

.... man of ability. ,; oua-eyed man, sofobrero pulled' tow !! New City Attorney![until late bedtime Thursday: there now a residential'section.MOON ; .
John Hart has served several "bU eyes. lie Is sauntering ,
P. over
ot callers enter-
I i steady stream .
was a
_, -1\: :. -ETerglaaes" Bsllt 'Years Art It term?' as county- tax collector and is long beside hla 'two burros laden t: ni !i.leg or leaving the wide "front door" ,' :: I

ry : Arm Of Comfort And House. well know In Lee county. Mr: ,Has- with Juniper knoll to selL ;; i." 41o'Q. 1 At a meeting ot the city commfeion j I[I I and for'.ach were a cordial handshake \ AND TIDES

,,{', ii, "_: .x 10 ;bouttLnxittrl.' brouck has been ;a winter' resident ,,But that is a day-time Illusion. ;. .;': t and allied withthe faU ot darkness, this man Campbell was appointed city attorney t ,
'" here several years With the .. j coming from the host and! New Moon: llth. .': $ a m.
';.);;s;' :'.J": Another big houseboat In fact, thaDaddy" professional interests of th<* city: gees:to work. Ills Irtenda all leave 1 !i .. !'I ttt succeed Cyrus Q. Stewart JanUaf11 who 1(.the fhpt
S ::;.i of the whole houseboat fleet,' the pUtia.for\ : more. arduous duties.JIolelBtheW.aU" I <: (I kt i ," < n x""" I resigned to lake effect on I ;Saiperfecf were Mr* tWynne's?' arrangements Full: list, Wifefc' ;; m r
!
: \ which time his term of office! !I
ren- 6th ?
THE WEATHER Is another ; at ti j
> t seat Last Quarter: Inn. J u.
earns Into toe harbor of Fort Myers .. ; { that she was able to p.
.f '::o' ? smugglers. It's on the >t.vy ,as county: prosecuting attorney! be- i '"'"
the :
': SS > J: ; ye *1. Highest American : ; I iElasThe appointment ol Mr. all her guests AT CRESt( BEACH
: ; tempratuJI" Mexican tide cf the river, yet \ E-tT
West, with a nIT'ila- ? 'v.'f cheer was served
Tear'a
pa, Key where New
: choice.
J'1J.ti considered (
is win I
about five miles /1" I Campbell a
It' ,
board. I yesterday --71 territory. a forms, and Sri
,
'!' Ungul.bed party on la Various delectable Saturday, *.drJ"
E.
.
: the meeting Frank
i At same
,.' _, The boat Is named. "Everglades." Lowest temperatur. frcia ,the village of Fabens TeL1'l1ere ... 'nf ; ) f i where each drank to the health of allDefers
thefirst houseboat ever inS night . ..6 5 are a few adobe houses anda -. : i i Hunter, city s l.nilarr'Il1s tor.I taking their departure, the 1II11a Tides: VS9 ajnand 10:11 p.m.
and is ;
.r IIUt. i it his resignation to take effect J
place two. But "Jlole- \:4 I tendered J'.3Jsim.and 3:28
t Florida .waters, avtng been built at f 24 bra, to drlntlnr .or ] |guests wrote their names in the Low Tides: p.m.
.
lath at which time be.
January
?, -? Jensen. the East Coast manyyears ,8 a, m. Ins- .. .0 In-the-WaU" is a center for the smug Harvard ant' "New Yearv Book.." the seams book ---:-
will leave to re-eater [
KU_ : aw The owner CoL Robert I Wind, directbin.E glen.Government t f>+ verstty. His successor was not ap I IhaTiDg been used for this purpose i :$\11114.11. January 4thi
admit they'reI
naval officer. I Wind. vet, miles C i gents of Kay Johnson. 11 efI I Ull IMS. It U a
Y .1. M. ntompson.. a retired not I The parents pointed. these yean since High Tides; 11:1(5:1: ;. and 11:08 p.m.Low" .
i ha4
.i There are
. Foggy I practically helpless uartUnc. Bay
has cruised in SkI. -- Chicago were and contains interest
'
: g 5 .ot.the.t of'tz. Claiming that employes of the 'volume! of size, Tides: 6ilajn.and 4It: p.m.
. of them. times t* effect a reconciliation
.SS *$lrtba's }'lueysrd. on tharisr' Barometer .30J1i enough tried several had t.Ist.ol'J'-tJae history' of true .;.
t butt rre. them. He aJw jfailed. Southern Utilities Company ;;-
.. having things between
: smugglers are
< So Ue
1'; ; Basis tiff cest/to Saint Louis, ----*' I So anally .>. deelded to shore. marred" i{ : UP.'i ,Tffcie elM*! riTCT. in all kIndaR 1{ For Florida 'Unsettled' 'tonight *pretty much their own way. down himself. That be thought wwoU fora laveaue City Manager;. C. P.illlC. time, and of the: kind' of courtesy;
f .- j Sunday probably rain in north pofrtioni :And the fighting still goes on bring them together again it aid- SUley: requested that warrants for: hospitality that makes'life worth high Tides# UnJ.llLan4U:49p.m.
;:
. :\::: '..-,,:' Tfce BMt made- the trip from the ; cuUeariable'", winds mostlyRant. 'along I this battle' front? in. the southwest' Ana Ray wE_Rve._ibe doctor*,..say. their arrest be swornmtH- ;: *. __ k. Tidesi J _',:33....and 5C9p JD.lHlltsftlfllrUlli .
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J1ir l i: TRACKS s KENTUCKY NAID mont.Park on.June' 10rf.1921' ::GreyLag best time anywhere for the route. Ali 20 Off the Dank of Fort :dyers build-! OLDiSGPls fl flb I FREIGHT FORTampa.Part
,. packing 122* pounds, ''equaled Garner was the Jo jer. \.ing.and bas: encased In the practice
Coaler's record at Aqueduct K. Y. .)!.taw by himself. I oOs i.ri pin pies are elecsd up by''!{J ;;
SPEEfiY RACERS Cot U. W. Randall continues to UCARBO. l\ly.ers-Evergllides xk
July 7 1321. English Death Rate i! I j .
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the former offices: of the Urn .. -
: Then on Oct. IS, with( only three occupy .! It destroys tie infection, draws the ;
Shows Big Decrease; in room 19 of the Earnhardt building i iaoaipeeo. cad heals
l day>. rest. Chilaowee cut the world ; foreign matter cleaases thoI I, Steamer Everglades '
IN 1AI RCORS[ time one second: to 2:54: ;-5 for the I I ectedpart.
"UCAE3O has cured eld: sores of i Tuesday and Thursday.
mile route in Leaves Tampa
one and three-quarter Old Lady (seeing her niece oIT)- '
(Bj TIi .usedatf'4 I'n"} I ITS'Standing fittin a coapla of' I and Friday
ye Wednesday
winning .the Jlitonla Championship) LONDON Jan. 3.-Despite the wetness -;"Good-fry, Emily I God be with you till aonfts.! Start now to get rid of tyears. Arriyes Fort Myers
Trm** Itartn 1921 Season<< Stakes. Rockmlniater had set the of the climate England!: is a you get to Lensaa-sfter that you I Ask. vest druggist lot LIci.RBO. Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades.
{!'2arh J... MMj of Fact I 2:59 3-5 record at Latonla Oct. 12 healthy place to lire In. if statistics{j won't bare to change trains."-Kltxi. :
;'llereesf IS%:. Each horse carried 125 pounds ;are anything to go by. The death; Ban& CopciiU gen..oustn11111nlR BETTER THAU IODINE i USE THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION
jJ.;ti__ ,:- ,in his race. Jockey Mack Garner !rate for. England and Wales during; I ( \
'"- had a leg op on Chilhowee In all ol the third of 1924 was ,.3 for
quarter
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5 A! M5ate4 FreaFlLolilsvILLE I { Corporation
It.. Jan. 8.-Uae. these events. each 1.000 inhabitants or the lowest j jon ., I Florida Railroad & Navigation
horses found thW' rack at Latonla, The mile and a quarter track rec-j record, according to the Regis!!!"Build With Brick" : -
in for two crackings: dur-I rate' fY Fo t of .Ireland's Dock
moth', to theIr IH&fe? daring the 1S2ason. erA came trar General's report. The birth = ;
> two ofCctat world records ing the season. On July Befuddle of 19.3 a 1.000 was also the lowest In |:'J. C ,McDonald |I Bring Your Auto I Telephone 113: for Rates
I and fire track,.rusoras going down hong up a new track time of 2:02 2-5,any third quarter of the year except!: Troubles
under the fljiase Hoofs of sterlingrunners I;for the distance Sara e.u', 209; 4-5 during the war. I!!= General Bftklayer E Electrical i I Sunday via.
f a miwjor; records made ''of course_ beat that ttgie consider The chief reasons for the Improved ''== and =1 I TO ;f l Btu Service to Everglades, Daily Except Caxambas
on Kentucky trattU, rereala. ,I ably.Revenue I death rate return are the absence of,E Contractor PRINCE j Estero. Bonita Springs, Naples Marco and
r Agent on Jane 19 lowered summer epidemics among children,:= = t
; In Addition to -be- two world rec the+ mile at latopte to 1:36: 2-5. Zey.! and the improved care of Infant life. ;E: Brick and Tile Bungalows ::i Electric Company ;j Leaving 8:30 a. m.

ords.derbHfa Sarazen.three-Mfk yenroid William colt K.*st Van-VItehefl I winder of the 1923 Kentucky getter"of Derby all' The rate of natural increase of the j: a Specialty E!I I For Repairs! j i Subject to Change without Notice I
an offiefcUfjecord of 2:00: 4-5, and greatest; money population continues to go; down. It 5 Why not build substantially s,Any make of Batteries recharged aDd'I [
i time toting.:: 129 pounds against 107 was 115,710 in the third quarter of ,
I
for the'mile and ,quarter fa winning! I repaired TRAIL TOURS, Inc.
lit .. TAMIAMI ,
the latr
'1 en Revenue Agent fQU'19 191111 104.791 in 1922:!; 98,812 in 1923 = Bex 8t1..Foq.l1: enr
the third iRternaUoaa! Special Oct.
ter'a time on Oct J ofcd this 96,493. More .
year only\ people :
U., Available' W&rds credit WhiskBroom > r;flIHI1111lPlillllBlllh' 'ltlI!''Rl/111111Hi1Rti/ ; .-
track _. ,;:= __
Sun Flag sprinted to a Leix weremarried in 1921 than last s e a -=
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with doing'the distance In] record In the six furlong' event in year, so far as figures are available.t ..... ... .?S.'Cr -
two minute.l1at *f Belmont Park. N.
1:09 4-5 on June 20. The world record I
Yw'joa Jnn JS. 19li! The Jim, bow.;; I
[ for the distance Is 1:09: 3-5. RAXDELL t; CAMl'BELL DISSOLVE .
eves WM unofficial. O. Rabin was:I IIi

slay.:the VanderUK f-_colt IB this greatrace .,I the Actuary spring 'completed meet on July the 4,killing by pstab-at By mutual consent the law firm of I 1 five-room house, new, $2,000, $500 I i 1
> I Itching the track time tor the mile Randell & Campbell was dissolved on Bargain
Brothera'jsreat Acreage
Cbilaowee thrae-7, ar OilJaber id, lowered two]i[t and three- lxteeftths at 155 f5'J; -at- January_.1st and Jndee J. Bowers cash balance like recta ,i :I !

world records and one track record T
I I-I --- ,-
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during the autoinn meeting. lIe,I ,:, \ I Ir
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surted his! rccoftl--breaking Oct 1

bY mil.Jowenn*"and a the.Hsixt tra<**atJ record to 1:42:for 4-5,1 the' A GREAT.,SERVICE 1 five-room house, new, $2,500' ,$500 ''I:' On McGregor Boulevaii I Ia'
!
bringing It to wtba one-8fth of 'a I
second cf the wort re:ord. 1: cash balance like rent. ; '
'
Si* idays late,dA Oct U. this' I The president of'thYs_ tank exercises a general -
horse broke th a world record by, oversight in its affairs' with special duties to .. J 11'1' 42 acres fronting on McGregor Boulevard for approximately all- I II
lopping one-afth'g1 a second frgatbt perform. He is always approachable and ready I 1,000 feet. About 25 .acres already cleared,
best previouaime. for the mild! i to consider carefully. the: requirements of thebank's We have several fine lots in Piedmont i I fenced and ditched. The cleared land lies back from Boulevard -
sa4 an efgnth. JU negotiated: the tiled drained, is rich muck land and
{ customers..?' : II! is partially
lni:4S ?S-S I" : : {
< carrying
nine furlongs .. I banana
& : vv- of the finest places in the County for trucking or
11$ pounds a 4 C) pared with the safeguards Gardens in the fastest h one
The banH money, makes its : growing section growing. The frontage on both sides adjoining
prevtona, .---_time__ of s3t&1 43._ made by GaoSELECTED II I i handling accurate and convenient, promotes the { I ttl II'!' Boulevard is high lays nicely and available now for subdivision
"ii exchange of business transactions from one section of Lee County. These lots are 1'1' purposes. This property is a, real bargain and offered
\\I' to another and encourages the saving of I It I at a price far below prices adjoining lands have recently I

II NIl 14 money a t cleared and have plenty of shade. i I I sold for. The price will interest you. The terms I
ORANGESGrapefr'uii ''I You cannot afford to be in business or han lp .. II are reasonable. Pleased to show property. Don't delay. I
1 I. dle your personal finances without taking advan- Price 500.00 terms liberal. ''
tage of the great convenience and protection afforded I :1 11'1'

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straight ?or mpced; I Lee Bank 11 I Ii:1
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:> 1\-\ f'. Entrance on Lee County Boulevard,( \ at lice, Station 3 miles East of lort( Myers y:'i,;, .



; :,;>-- :.;; !. ., 1'Royal' .raim Park with its natural beauty tropical l foliage, Indian! sliell mound, 1.QPJlJg.J banks} ,; f:: .. ;

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:; :;: % are, 'offering for OiaBALANCE OF THIS: WEEK ONLY a few choice lots, at prices: that will l: ., I

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: THE' '.Ft( R toi m : .,>-JTlCv ERADICATION WHff
; its PRESS Chrl5tma offering SrUt be.tI.lren' : far:: IN A COZY CORNER1. BOOK-I'

'ilksaa;Leay;ixeept Swt4 v.) ..tjStrwt. tbe Pre.a 1I1141DI', U1 JaekS' COMING: EVENTS China: an: annual custom. ; r. Mack
a.v ..Fort: 3 ISTeN. Flwida. t By Blossom {
1 *if' ; In ,spite of all the ,objections .that 'have been Wednesday Tenth'- f \ Y tit .' .,
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:.TTE FORT Af YEIt5 PSESS, Incorporated against tick eradication 'in the* 18 years mul camp of the Royal Neighbors The papbs W% 'en's !Missionary -OtFESSIO: AXAST1Sv.a But- :

,ate& : E. HOSXtlt, Pnblliber and General Maugerseeo. since it was first proposed-and they have been of America will hold a food t'elon.will observe' the South wide..1 "t you most. Sweet cocas I Ire' Te tamfllill are ""t dawneth. 1I'he-4-'
many and bitter-the principle has made notable week of prayer for foreign missionsat .i of mite?! tile ftI'4I ;W'
sale in the Arcade the proceeds to when o'er Yom ( :ow eroon
: Second class mall matter larch 14. Itll. te the progress. Eighteen years ago when the plan of I the church at three clock. A I 1. 1 pate! raora. j{ ye rt. wbitlJlerlnC twiIiPtl: ia yy
rsem at inert Myers nonaa. under apply on the purehase of paraphenalia. ::leave *
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dipping: cattle to get rid of the blood-sucking tick Christmas offering will be taken fo r'AuererNy beat t. w meftdowsnu enstereet ey'''' ..',* DCJIt. thesitt1n; wTa 5 l.Forgetting .

t :-;', uI W..kJ7* deny r+w.papor ea Much a l'ionmbcr 14.'! IttL; 22 1m sad sei was inaugurated, there was naturally much opposition ChIns an annual eustom. / Or xrbmeon b.the* when dewy honeysuckle dreary'twine ';: My ."n eGyo'::,',, rf ta WO.hhmz| e A

\ -( SEXBED OF from' the stockmen themselves. :Many of I BUYS EJjTERO: PROPERTY About my and to some ; i. br .,U* round rma '
t t THE ASSOCIATED PRESS them were not fully convinced of the efficacy of 1l lay.onrlay.. Elsh'h: shoreOf CM romance where .lovers ever TjrUr, a you
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U sa of All M w* dispatches: credited to It or nt et&erU the measure. While all were willing to acknowledge Keep blisofal hours I follow at your' RICHARD le G.u.LI I

,t :::!JJ.+)e... a.-..fH."". in tU newspaper and Oo tb* kcal news pub- the desirability of exterminating! the tick week of will ob.erve the MiIsioaar.t"1 from Pittsburgh. Pa, where; sign?

at *:Afl. tAw/v njbtii.a. of repubUcaUon at: special I dtspatchea berala are they were slow t:,> believe that it wou'd! ever be at the church prayer at for three oclock. A>.I She mother spent the holidays with her i THE' BtORT HOLE --JtBBT( JO
':t;.; SrBSCKDTICH BATES j done. Its feasibility had never been demonstrated Chris'mas offering will be taken for J While there she secured: from the i, '! JWWES AND THE ALJ.fiA'I;

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