The Fort Myers press
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 Material Information
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 22, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00021
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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Jan. %%.-A couple reprer HANDLES ADVERTISING
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11 SHARKS ON ONE : The county court 1* still at workon ,. senting themselves to be Mr. and
the docket this afternoon after + er,
v w Mrs. Andrew F. Osthoft of Kansas I
:settling some eases this morning. k : City were questioned until early this UF CITRUS EXCHANGE
t -. HOOK NEAR CAPTIVA A AGDet.t [Howard Edwards, a negro, was ., tf: -- (morning by the police regarding the
r'found guilty on two charges of pass '" murder of Morris U. Simon wealthy _
ing worthless checks and plead guilty -
I glass manufacturer of that city,
at Flkhenaen Lodge Brings I to another charge.: He was sentenced whose body was found In the underbrush One ef 1f_Lt'. Largest 6fbIwHI.
'Em All Hence Fer I' to ninety days on each charge.:' i besides the Gratigny road oa tag Amities te Direct Frmtt
Proof Will Thomas, another negro 'Tuesday afternoon.The Growers PnoUelty
charged with beating a board bill
man and the woman are being
The first shark of the season at I' was tried and found guilty; and given held at the county Jail for further
Captlva was' caught by fishermen $10 and costs or thirty days investigation. TAMPA Jan 22.-Future advertising -

topping at the Fishermen's Lodge of the Florida Citrus Exchangewill
on Tuesday. 'The party consisting off I be handled by Erwin: Wasey ft
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth M.. de Voc, of PEACE RIVER RALLYPROGRAM I P. E. 0. FOUNDER'SDAY Company one of the country's largest -

Brookline Mass, and Mr. and Mr. J. advertising and raerthaBdiiiaf

t W.. Ellia. of Cleveland. Ohio, went out I agencies; with omen at. Chicago
with their guide early In the day ANNOUNCED 2.1-J: I IS OBSERVED New York London and Paris.
towards Captiva Pass everyone sure S; This was determined by tie
of :;getting! a good catch, After fishIng I I II ;_ I ida CItrus Exchange board ot !di-
THIS SATURDAY:II Js meeting n re
FOR I rectors. at its ary
and until trout noon they got getting ashore some for redfi&h lunch I II BY CHAPTER MERE i.yesterday. ..

Atthe; Pass. While the guide was -- I I I John Moacrlp, rte .icluaf*'* advertisiag -
preparing their food they loitered Will Be Held at Gardner Bal.Ust, I ', manager, declared today
History of Gaiety Dates From January
Church Starting at that the eapf.gss.stt) of then agencyIs
near; the water: picking np-shells. 2Kt ., Tearh6
Some jhungry shark appeared 10 a. nu ore of MM. Meet iespetsat.
Dnrth*-a! ore, the they threw some; change te to |s t miijHitnf- *
the W. M. 3, rally .... of t11. Tie
piece of nlh,to.tbem. In the meanwhile The program.for Mrs. Perry hostess Tuesday adTtrUMlt
Mr. Kills and Mr. de Vos were: of the Peace Hirer Association, wail P. E. O. Citrus SxeJuaf tab has ever taken
evening when the chapter
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getting.their; lines: ready and threw,I which will be held at the Gardner place." lie added that it assures
them out from the 'share.: l Baptist church on Saturday, January ..... entertained o'clock banquet the B.at I.the Lat home a of seven Wfi-!I the exdMWge V 1- .st ........
Mr. hook-and started to pull htm in, bUJ \',! 10:00: a. m. Woman's Hymn "0, charge deserve especial praise for[ market research end sale service.
I Haste. "Watchword. "Let-the I made available e .,* Florida oraaDlsath -
the bark got the best of thearguj Zion -- well laid plans and their execution. ever %!
i m nt, and disappeared with hook and j I I whole earth be filled with His glory." William Jones tleS( ) and Gervls Bloodworthv light ,i. sentenced to die on the gallows; in Georgia for murder The home was beautifully decorated ..
f: .' line "Then Mr. de A'os got one on I Devotional; Mrs V. D. Melnnis.:: can thank the housetop that surround their prison that they are alive. Georgia law forbids public executions. with palms and roses-the porch C. R. Edwin wiN 1M totally4bl reps

his" Una and after a hard struggle I I 10:15 Address of Welcome Mrs, At the eleventh hour their lawyers won them a stay of,execution by pointing out that the gallows erected outside being a regular bower et green with for the handling of the es-
Ji:_ landed him following sending a shot!, Hoyt Smith. 10:20 Response Mrs. gaD,,'*. teai vs* by big .euy. H.I. .
I the prison could be seen from nearby roofs. The bole are now awaiting results of'an appeal. The photo shows Max (the Pol parrot) making a spot
it Jnto! the fish's body. R. O. Turner. U exUMiVe fewer of cities
z erected for them. S of vivid red among; the green aa
The party finished their luncheon I II 10:25 Report of superintendents. the gallows A banquet of four courses was fruits te folk couaiy. aid has d rtg
j and few more hours 1 officers and chairmen of committees. a. : .. neatly
.after- fishing' "a few
: -- --- ---- -- served. the fttt :year ,toijNMd
went hack to the Fishermen' Lodge, Minute reports of aoeit>tlell.. Three out-of-town 'guest were a tarter of a xajttton dollars la nor-

taking the. shark In tow. At the t 10:SO Business, committees, offer- ILLINOIS ALL It?. S TO BE HAIJD NEW J GRADING SYSTEM I present to add to the measure> of the; Ua. H. V* been aUAj .c. tfce....
i:R Lodge his weight was taken and he In{. 11:00 report of state convention EDITORI 1- SrKF.ULU evening. The occasion! was in honorof rUB marketing aroMeaM fIi this atM
iI tipped the scale, at 235 pounds. ,!-leI! by Mrs. A. E. Raymond. P. E. 0. Founder,, y.. The story fur sore Sims. aa4 with tie extewlv
was' 8 fee) from head to tall. I 11:30 Stewardship Round Tablet TELLS HOME FOLKS I The following letter was received ADOPTED AT FLORIDA :of P. E. O. is sweet and simple. In, facilities ef bU rertlttBC erfaWsatloo -
T Mr. RennigerJ; a peat at one of the led by Mrs P. C. Shilling. yesterday and tells the the cultured old / town of Mount: is prepared to reader the .g-
') cottages; knowing a lot about sharkssuggested I 13:05 Special music Wauchula W. story of the work to be done leading Pleasant, at the owa Wesleyan University chaage a most vs uabif service. : to aatatiag |-
-- cutting the shark open, lIe i t M. I into Fort flyers by the State seven ydung women decided U to mei. '" Hs f.....
-- seemed 9 too fat to be- naturaL So hej: S.U:15 Quiet hour. Mrs, Lucy Hub- ABOUT FORT MYERS Itoad Department.Bradenton.. COLLEGE FOR \WOMEN to form a secret society. That was The primary /**** leap oa.Ute

-, got his knife out andthere. bard. Florida, on January 2fst, 1869 when there Florida Citrus Exchange aceoemt \Will
-. were tea baby sharks inside. I 1 t< 12:30 Lunch. Jnuar{ 19, 1925. were few gocfetUs for women. Theae tw O. B. Wintevs, ot Kw York obe
'-, The fishing;, season at Captiva la I I I I\ 1:30 Romans Hymq and Watchword J. E. Mel lure's CarlUiille I)e8lou & Hon. J. K. Morris., ,Aew Methodow In U e .f Great girls founded well on high principles of the vicpretd ot Erwin Waa-
now;:! in full swing and the hotel 111 Devotional. Mrs D. H. Stew Carries Twe I'olaatn tory I Chairman County Commissioners, .Majority ei Americaa School OB bountiful line So broad ey A: Company.: Mr. Wiaer has 1fc d
rapidly filling up.. with fishing ard. Of fUr Fort Myers Florida.. And Colleges and fine find loving was their influence nearly 11 years toMtfeMe IB tke
iasts. Among guest stopping enthUI"1,,II; 1:45 Reports of committees.2:00 1 Dear Mr. Mortis: aniang other girl that today handling of food tc***** a }' Lodge are: Mr. and ;Mrs. W. Plans for 1925. Mr.. H. 'J, Min y. That Fort Myers possesses, ia Illinois On my return from Tallahassee the eoterle of seven baa grown beyond lq.

; phrey. of P.. aWrab, Pa.; 2:30 Song, gfrlsa& from children's an enthusiastic and capable 1 find your letter of the 12th. J-LORIUA tilT Tkc STATK AMorlaUd COLLEGE Pr..,) FOR the thirty thousand mark. tk* aot ai traaafcr ot tke
," Mrs. J. W.. Smith, of Elyria Ohio; I I homer,. press agent is demonstrated in the We have al U of Road No. 5 included I i WOMEN Jan. :3.ne1lf There Ire but two of the Founders .'* adnrtittag Vwinesa will
" Mr. and JrL L. K. Maylander of 5:45 Report of young peoples meet Carlinvllle Democrat whose Editor In the J2-5 budget and will system of living today-Mrs. Able Bird Bon of not take 'nfeer,4jL&W tt eapixatian .e

t .:i;. ,- ._4 '- .-.loEtiataae:3ktT.ie31!+aad-3trewii" ...1de + t.Lakri -bT'MlsVR.th' } :Pas- ...._&: McClure devotes twtf.coiumn'Cof ; work all'vt't'1le moniy.we have to l State grading baa-been*adopted.Florida Chicago and Mrs. Mary Allen Stafford et -iTTfiniliifiHi;jfct. ftsyirAd- ...
,,: da Von:Of Brookline Mass.. Mr. and I. .> the front page, to Fort'' Myers do with but things are in pretty r college, whereby; the old numerical of Muscatine, Iowa. Both are vmtolng Se rtJi la Affft,' ]ftr*,
)Met Chas Delahaat, of Werner S 3:15 Reading; by Miss' Ella Beeson. from which the following is quoted: good shape for Road N'a S. system gives way tx? the more 'held ia the highest honor by the entire Wa..y & Com$ fcy *ftl-' b.gin work
vllle-Pa.; Mr and Mrs. R, It .Ripley. { exercises.S.tTANN4H.FLOHID.t. I am comfortably located: in Fort We also included the Tamiami modern system of grading by let sisterhood. .immediately eat n 5 rktiea of plaastor
Of Chicago. IlLj )lr. and Mrs, J. W.alai .:I Myers Fla. My advent Into this city Trail from Marco to Miami in the I ters. Hereafter, grades appearing on After the banquet a social time, ita future aJtffptttK. In AJsconnection
) of Cleveland Ohio. The first I I .JI HIGHWAYBy was like arriving in another country. 1925 budget. This means how- the quarterly report cards will fall I l was spent until a late hour when the : the t ii t ip sad Part offices
guest to sign the register waa C. C.I \ When I stepped from the train. I ever, only the location of the road into the following classes: 'guest departed voting this the fin : of the agenc sW.* atretdy .. -
t" Jay of Tampa and Coral Gables. r Pnsq found myself in the midst of bloomIng for the present year. I I A-Excel1 nt. C-Good. O-Falr. I r'est time ever. lag surveys to dtrffine aeau by
<- The booking Is far ahead' last ATLANTA By: Tile Jan.Au..aelateJ%%.Plans for a flowers towering palms, grovesof ; With kind personal regards I I I D-Passed. E-Failure. The next P. E O. meeting will be I which: Seiagweetffr%. of the Ftor

-. year;' the .hotel_baa been'reDonted; I permanent paved highway from Sari oranges and grapefruit, flourishing am Grade A gives a student three I Ii ,on February 3, and there will be an Ida Citrus Extaaaite An be sfteeaW-

):0 an annex: has been added to the establishment annah to the Florida line will be gardens, dusty roads, barefoot children Yours very truly, i quality units, Ii. denotes two qualIty i initiation. ally Introduced lit Btarp an market -
which will take care of made at a meeting of the members of and singing birds. But more I E. P. GREEN. : anita, and C rates one *. -
s d'- about 25 more guests and the pros- state highway commission to be welcome than all these was a glorious -{ unit. In order to obtain a quality I IpOPHAM GNUILTYOF : t -;
'} pact seems good for a record season.Jthe soon, it was announced today.MRS sunshine which made all these +t. ------ I student must have enough quality to ROAD TO fiP 'D)(1 $1I
i f' The fishermen's Lodge is under r things possible. And it was a warm 11 correspond with the now required (2units. }:*r ,
\... the same management: as the Royal sunshine, --even _hot. I .looked at the YOUNG. BOSTON COUPLE I If a young woman makes an I FRAUD : LONDON Jan. bt-44eartjt) : ..(..IM.-
:"f Palm in Fort Myers with G. A. we.1 thermometer during the afternoon; average of C. she should have her (2 DEVISING (000 will be spent IB the near fatMeoa

;p jj i ter of the Hotel] deg Artistes of !S C. C. NORCROSSOF they registered about 75 degrees in I units or above at the end of jour an elabocat'e.! prpgrm_$_<: fot k ,t*.

|i K York as resident manager. |I the shade and 90 degrees in the sun. MARRIED HERE TODAY I years. If she makes D la'a: subject PROMOTION I lte earned out br tkf tar .

fj. ? ', SECTION Many folks took the thady side of the she win have to make C in some other IN OYSTER and Scotch Railway: ,_ Mil" a {tt-

k'i i A BEAUTIFUL; HOME ALVA street; I didn't. I had come twelve subject in order to have the required 1 clad/ the building.., '
t hundred miles for sunshine and whenI AT BAPTIST PARSONAGE I number of quality units Associates I eager sail ir sTgk% .
]f. The beautiful new home Frank found it, I fairly reveled in it. Dr. :although she passes the coarse in Three Admitted A ad 15 smaller ona. Prvn 11. to also'$0

.. .< C. Alderman on First street near the DIES EARLY TODAY; Thomas said to W. F. 'Burgdoft and ----- I I which she makes D. Fourth Man Freed foist By i be made for new *l 4Bg cats, ve1XMi'bale
$f Intersection of Park avenue la near tne, -Let's sit here tn this bench in I The new grading system receive the Tallahassee and corridor tars of the mitt

Jug; ';.completion. Thomas R Martin, ', the shade and rest awhile "Why not Wesley Turner .f Marlln-llo I f the Sarasota-Fort Myers architect is Tong Mother's Devotion Ie Sick{ over there in the sitar J inquired. Studies Weds. harmln? New" being heartily endorse by. a majority TALLAHASSEE Jan. 22.William I I cars and other wiling stsk.(
the interior decorations -' Child Results la HerOn "Too hot" said be. They are used to England Girl of the student body, who feel that it Lee Popham, of Apalachicola was

I'; ;,here superintending.. The plans were made by theMartinHosmeT it heath it. Warm sunshine Is the regular is a step forward, regardless of the court found guilty here todaof by a Jury devising in federal a I I THE WEATOERHtghe .
down here. This is the dry inconvenience caused
Studios, Inc. thing; necessarily : by _
;; : and One of the saddest deaths which season. There hasn't been a rain At the :Baptist parsonage at S the change la custom scheme to defraud by.using the United :

| .-*- Tbe lawn'has.been: shrubbery graded set out has occurred recently in Fort Myers: lnt* last October. That means clear ,o'clock yesterday evening Rev. VT. 1L It is said that the new system hub States mails to further the scheme.Popham's .' -: 'ttempratfiiyeiHlAay .
f ._ Ievegedtrees ; J. J, Abbolt. W'Loweilh
E. Norcross. three associates. b
will have one of was that of Mrs. Nancy days, beautiful sunshine all the time. Adams pronounced the word which en adopted by all southern coUelnexcept ,0 T1
\ and. Mr; William H. i.mpeat*
| aged 25, which occurred this morning On New Year's day, a lot of Fort My- the University of and Charles K. Hampton ,
4.atreet' of Virginia .. .. .
tl $2Rtmfah.
., homes
$ the Divest on the wife united in_ matrimony Wesley aequtted while J. D. laM sight
5:45 o'clock. She was Collier were
> :
at ers people spent hours at the gulf the University of Florida.
.. i ,'. ;beautiful homes. of C. C. Norcross and their home twelve miles away. They spent much and Miss Mary Murray. This was Kennedy, a fourth man covered by ., 24 hri, to
river on Mickey's creek. ratber romantic'marriage in that the Indictment Wall freed by Judge; 1 tn. ma.. 4.tftt.
the In a
was up time in the surf bathiEg;-or lying .
f MOON AND TIDES They came here' from Tennessee the sand on the be* ch. Same kindof I Miss Murray reached this city Tuesday -I STANLEY HANSON BUYS Grubb. who instructed the Jury to te'turn etr.etl.n.. D I1t..1
and few daysago of acquittal
a verdict
about three years ago : But If a
weather on Christmas day. : night from het home in Boston .
J New'Moon: 84th, $:43 a, m. attackedby Grabb deterred passing "
child was
their little know it will, not h. Just like thia Jndga .
First Quarter 1st. <:26 p. m. illness Mr;. Nor r08 waited on every day--pome of these times it will I I'having made the trip to meet her 10-ACRE ESTERO TRACT sentence until after the hearing of :. .i: ,>. ..
Full Mist, 1143; a. m. the child and was herself attacked rain and that will be followed by a deuce hi the City of Palms. motion by the defense, for a aewtrial. ,
Last Quarter: 17th.. <:33 p. m.ATCHESCEviT and lived only a short time. Surviving I She was accompanied on her Journey I For Florida: Partly: etewdy tonight
of cloud .
day or two- general u-day-
.. / ; BEACH I her is the husband, two children and chill and then sunshine again. ;'t, here by the groom's parents, Mr. \\VHICH INCLUDES HOTEL Popham was sentenced late by slightly colder \8." fprtt o.r. portion and eiM1ta1 tjir
; 82nd one a baby three days old, and the fatted States, thiefweather Judge Grubb to tour year ia th* Atlanta portion, extreme
;r T .r day January It Is all ia and Mrs. Tarner, also of Boston who tr1i; wsi+af
Friday; n>od.ta. | !
here. %
her parents who are federal prison.
_'% ,High ..Tides 12:05ajuandl:49 pm I arrangements have condition h..reo&Ad what we t come herewith the intention of locating -
Tidest 7:08 a.m.and S:29; p.m. The funeral pave been having bade'In Macoupin.
; AL* Includes ]
t. j.. LowJ. : not been made as relatives are being Great country, wonderful country.The I and Investing ia property. Property Jugalew"l I I
and &CIIEII1'
: Groves
with fend until they Wesley Turner 1aa draftsman In ATULETIirS BASE BALL
L: communicated
23rd I
l'f January Carlinville colony at Fort ),171 S Waterway i
( definite arrange; the employ of the Martin-Hosmer I
,-' --High Tides: 1:02a.m.and2:37p.m.: are heard fJ'OIIno ers la not as large 'aa in previous I for the Lee County reach hare the .. r.
ia time
and has been resident Jut
> :'Low, Tides1st a'.m. aad?;24p' .m menu will be made. 1 /ears. Dr. and Mrs.: JIarvel! Thomas, Studios Ins a He The fifteen Inn and the land surrounding !: CeaaM ... :
.. "-L of Fort Myers for several months. Fair Connie Mack and a scoreot
waom the people here >claim as theirawn it, and several bungalows, and Is ?itJE.t1t'mea .*
herd directly from Boetonwhere
: : are keeping house again. Here-,came have been sold to W. Stanley Hansonby his Phtladelphl Athletics : Myers by th* .
11- .jE $2,000 GIFT TO THE CITY .of ore they have boarded.. They have he graduated from Boston J. Guy Smith who has owned the am1a Fort.)!yers for the WIAtel' l The '. -
:-. > : I Tech, .. ""J* 0e1rta(:
and will be fa *
attractive ittVe cottage; several Training quarter ?
Johnson t very property for years rtlea4qurt.
I .Mr;.Harry P. I These are fine young; people and I ,,!hotel Palm %0feL Bradford -
it. Mr. Bnrgdoff professional
Fla. are very happy in I There are ten acres ia tract Fort Myers and a
,.Fort Myers, will make their home.in Fort lIen: to-
: Dear Sir; : -". Mrs. Andel and :Mrs. Achilles have an have already become and H faces'the Estero river with a baseball diamond, built according: I hotel and tirsa4-C.atnl"
i-- : 1 to which they -
shown apartment, nicely appointed and conveniently county toad on either side. There Ian >> to Connie Mack's. Own plum has i teL ; =
1ir | Thank you for calling to our attention the interest being attached the fair There will b><.KaM came*
situated, and are enjoying old and some tropical trees Mea constructed at
if 1 In.the proposal that the city acquire the Golf COll.ne.'r 1 grove 'I wilts the Lee .Ca.vWr it jar
I accord with that proposal and If we were so themselves more than, -if they were ;a&d shrubs on the property. grounds.
!ii, F fortunate'as! 'We are to,heartily have stock in the elub. we would gladly contribute It for located in a hotel- Mr. and Mrs. 50OOOClub Street I It lies a fluarter-nJle- of-the The first both of players art 'I progress.The for tNt
a. the good cause.: Having no stock, you may enroll us for two thousand Shalta and Mis Fisher are here &Dd1 Dance Saturday Night :Eatero school Mr. Hanson did not doe to arrive In Fort Myers oa tae games,
I of the Golf dub February t l winter by the ,;_ his 12.
toward the purchase the property sight train on. Sunday
dollars IB eash, which we will give are living in the country on his I !easy what be gave for
I' propertyby. the city, oa the same conditions aa the .others'are giving They are of Shipnun, but we claim J -- 'mar Jot what purpose be will use it. !%tad. The remaining player gill Mica are u f"'. lw .

!t stock, -J- -this'movement is of- such importance them a* part of OarllBVille. colony. I The first official move for the taI f CHOP BE Tha. larch IZtli .. ..,.. .. PhUa (N) at r. <
. It has occurred be well to to outline us that to the public a plan by which the purchase And that is all at this time though I itertainmeat of tourists, by the Fifty I fC[ LIEGE Frt Inch 13th ... .. ..... .. .(>& la. tit sv Fq
that would of the! property for golf and park purposes could readily be financed the number will be; increased at an {Thousand club will take place Sat-I' MOB March Icth .. .. . Buffalo at PilTue. ed) -
e by the city. Certainly the cnly objection to the' purchase would. early date by the arrival of other, i;nrday evening -when the club's eateriUinniect ORLANDO Jan. U.-one of the March 17la . .. .. .. . .N. Y. tHaw atTha. '
.be U\. Difficulty)Ja financing U. We will extend a eirUal welcome to committee with L. J. VanJDuyi : largest crops of cucumbers' ever : March 1M& Y.Mats at Fit rat
If the city.would take into the'corporation, 'territory bnmediately then, j as chairman, stage; a streetstreet [raised in the Winter Garde.. Ocoee Sat. March 21st ,. .. .. .. .. . .CelsaVto. at Fort 1Ii ,
;,Muth of.-the present limits, say to Whiskey creek thus adding Florida is In the throes of a statewide dance with tile cooperationof !and Oakland sections of Orange MOB. March 23rd _. .. __ .. .. .. Brooklyn (Ni> *t 'Wfen.
about five thousand acres available for city taxes and adding about five real estate bojan.; It 1* a whop,1 tbe junior chamber commerce. !f' 1UtU'. la planned for this spring Wed.: March 23th ... .... .. .llttwankee, at Psf3 esga ",
million dollars is valuations; the taxes on the newly acquired hundred thousand property,, pet. Quiet .laid-toaserntiTe Fort:I Dancing wilt bejin at S p. m. and}jacec1'dinsto information here. Thai March 26tb .. .. .. .. . MUwa,,ke. at Forl: ut.
at the pr..*.t aillage. would be something on over the one purchase would retire Myers Is thoroughly wrought! up. It; ;all motorist are requested by City I Planting; already hi ben started and Fit March. 27ih. .. ...h" Brookrja at Cha .tW-
A and portion leave of the this major applied portion to be applied on dther ln Is booming Just m.. :the balance of: Manager Staler to remove their ears H I la estimated that several hundredacres Sat. March !Sib,, ..._'., .-. .' Xotauta* at WinJet K 4

'x h -.-.gaR ra for general tax redaction ,t (the -State-possibly raore so 1 was I t trots First street, between Hcndrj- of the mid-winter cucumbers MOL Mirth:aoth H... .. .. . ..1bwa.e st, twU'TneLMifcSiiUl j, .
get-yoU civic organizations behind .such, a plan that amazed I never 4l9,*nt H1 dty and Jackson str*p":$ before that hoar I win ie growing' within the next few .. ,. .. . .Milwaukee at flaotescG,
3; i tellUf for the benefit of the whole. city and pat it overt- I:would do what it ):ally is doing. This dance .sponsored by the Fifty -weeks. Ci1 will.'ba, scheduled with both BaSalo and Biittawrt to Foci
.f.-: .Yours- for a greater Fort Myers, ,Western boom toVn.-i have nothing Thousand duh'1 and _the junior chamber .! Planters have provided many miles }Ire,. It possible. Other vise two games listed above "Ui sat fc.
1 .y .. ROGERSSCOTTBy b cf tro&ihn vita, which to cover the
to the
55 Co F, Rogers, President. on Fort Myers. Stories i have heard of commerce promise played
L _,...... Z} aln" t came her*;inake me wonderContinued most elaborate street entertainment 'young plants! la cases of threatenedLtTOStt.
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\ I MIAMI, Jan. 22.-A couple representing HANDLES ADVERTISING
11 SHARKS ON ONE I i| The the county docket court this is afternoon still at workon after a + k I themselves to be '!r. aDd

Mrs. Andrew F. Osthoff of Kansas
> I settling .some cases this morning.; >-. ; I City were questioned until early this I OF CITRUS iXCHANGE
HOOK NEAR CAPTIV A Howard Edwards: a negro was I'T\ ., lf .' [morning by the pollee regarding the
found guilty on two charges of passing
murder of Morris L. Simon. wealthy _
I worthless checks and plead -guilty : '
( rt ) ( glass manufacturer of that city, i
::. Guest at FJ humf'a'. Lodge Brings to another charge. He was sentenced asYu whose body was found In the underbrush -I One of TTerWs Larwftttag Yerebaadls.
;::."; 'Em All Heme For i to ninety days on each charge. besides the Gratigny road oa Agencies t. 'Direct FnttGrewen
: t: Proof Will Thomas another negro Tuesday afternoon. : PakUclty
.i1t charged with beating: a board bill !
| The man and the woman are being
-:-' The first shark of the season at was tried and found guilty and given held at the county jail for further,
::1.:; Captlva was caught by fishermen $10 and costs or thirty days ;: Investigation. TAMPA Jan. M.-Fatare advertteing -
e stopping at the Fishermen's Lodgeon of the Florida CItrus Ib UI.

'i- ,Tuesday. Tha party consisting of will be bandied by Erwin Wasey ft
t ),fro and Mr Kenneth M. de Yon, of I PEACE RIVER RALLY? P. E. 0. FOUNDERS Company one of the country's Urgent -

"& '. Brookline Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. J.I f 3. :eta advertising and merelaadsasg.
!t ;- 1bP.., Ellis, of Cleveland. Ohio, went out; ANNOUNCEDFOR r e agencies with offleM at CJ1kaIg",
t' with their guide early In the day. PROGRAM DAY IS OBSERVEDBY New Tork, London and Puis.
: c.l', towards Captiva Pass everyone' sure This was deterrate fry lie 1101"-

,,9-', '- getting until noon a good getting catch.some After redflsh fishing T THIS SATURDAY? r!M s r.9 c CHAPTER HERE'i rector Ida Citrus, at its Exchange January beats MMttag. ot here iH-

[\ and trout.they got ashore for lunch i 'I yeeterday. -
_ '. atithe| ,Pass. While the guide was I --- c4t John Hoacfiv. toe .seaaas.'s .d-
preparing their food they loitered Will Be Held at Gardner Thlr-tl..t I verttoiag maeag IU. d dt.d todaythat .
HMorr of Society Dates From
near" the water picking up-shells. Church Martin at the easatocwMt of Ua. agency"is
fist f Tear
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,: :: Some hungry sharks appeared 10 a. m., 1:69 one of file aMtt faipatt at.
:,;ct4; near.;the"" hore, the they threw some danger ia Ae ttac"aM
1 ... "- t piece of 111h,to,them, In the mean- The program-.for the W. M S. rally advertising a. tetw. of
Mrs. hostess Tuesday
: 1:.-:-'r while:!4r. Ellis and Mr. de Vos were ct the Peace' River Association: evening when the P. E. O. chapter CUnM Bseasge HfkU* aaa ever Mk-
F : :- gettlngi their lines ready and threw | which will be held at the Gardner 't .. ''dry. en place." lie added taat It assured
entertaIned the B. I. L's at a seven
y A4: '- them out from the shore t[Baptist church on Saturday, January -. .If : o'clock banquet at the home of William ta. exciMMC '-wIJe rnoet complete
i .t IIr. Ellis got the; first ene on his 24, is as follows: e The committee ia and efftcieat ulnit A4rttrttai.
. ))1001('.nd started to pull him in, but t,' 10:00 a. ro% Woman's" Hymn "0, r' t charge deserve especial praise for market research *..4 ale aetvlc.
,> i: the shark got the best of thearguI Zion Haate." Watchword. "Let-the" I I well laid plans and their execution.: ever made aVtiUMe iq.'Florid! otgaaUatton. -

'' merit, and disappeared with hook and I I whole earth be filled with His glory. William Jones: (left) and Gervls mood 'ortb, right >, :eutenred; to die on the gallows in Georgia for murder. The home was beautifully decorated .
; ; line. "Then Mr. de Vos got one on Devotional. Mrs. AV. Mclnnis.. can thank the housetops that surround their prison that they are alive. Georgia law forbids public executions. with, palms and roses-the porch C. R. Edwin will be use,.ty r.a..tesible -

, :. ;hls line and after a hard struggle''I I 10:15 Address of Welcome Mrs. At the eleventh hour their lawyers won them stay o.execution. by- pointing out that the gallows erected outside being a regular bower of green! with for .the aaadttac ftf the .*-
" landed him following sending a shot Hoyt Smith. 10:20: Response Mrs. the prison could be sera from nearby roofs. The bo. are now awaiting results of' an appeal. The photo shows Max (the Pol parrot) making a spot eba.ag. baia M by &l *MJ. Hto .
'I: t .Into..the fish' body. In. O. Turner. ol dtnu
the gallows erected for them:; of vivid red among; the green.A aa exteaaly #r w6r
.! The party finished! their luncheon I 10:25 Report! of superintendents. banquet of four courses was fruits ta potk county, sad baa a,,"
., and ,after"fishing a few :more hours officers and chairmen of committees. --- ----'- served. the put few yean .taunted net tIt
, went back to the Fishermen's Lodge, [Minute reports of societies. Three out-of-town 'guests were a quarter of a rafilton 4dft. s Ik 5lw-

taking the shark In tow. At they] 10:50: Business committees offer- ILLINOIS EDITOR AIL :\tt. 5 TO Bt; HAUO I.NEW GRADiNG SYSTEM I present to add. to the pleasure of they Ida. H* brae been gtMy aj;"...,jjfr
Lodge his weight was taken and he t lug: 11:00 report of state conven- I SCBKAILU evening. The occasion waa in honor pus marketing smalms tsi t tals site
tipped the scale at >235: pounds. He'I tion by Mrs. A. H. Raymond. of P. E. O. FouJ&der'l"Day.' The story fur BOOM time, aa4 wWk tk. ttlmatlTrfacilities
.. was8: feet from head to tall. j 11:30 Stewardship) Round Table) I The following letter ws :of P. E. O. Is sweet and simple. In ot Ms advetdateg ergs alM-
j Mr. Hennigerr a guest at one of the led by Mrs. P. C. Shilling. ceived yesterday and tells rl'I I the cultured old / town of Mount, Lion is prepared to render the .*-
cottages'knowing a lot about sharks I 12OS Special music Wauchula W. story of the work to be done leading Pleasant, at the /own Wesleyan Vnl- cltaage a most vslwabl latvle I* assisting -
suggested cutting; the shark open. lies I M S. I into For\. Myers, by the State versity seven sung women decided it to merciuatee Ha tnUL:
seemed'too fat to be natural. So he \ 1:15 Quiet lour. Mrs, Lucy Hubbard. ABOUT FORT MYERS lined Depart lent.raMnton.. !i COLLEGE FOR \\VOMEN to form a secret society. That was The primary .aU. Baa oa .the

got his knife out andthere Florida, on January Slat, 1969! when there Florida Cltraa.Ezchaagr acevwat Irillbe
J were ten baby >sharks Inside. j 13:30 Lunch. II January 19, 1925. I I -:-- were few societies for women. These O. a Winter of Nt..w Tork,. obe
The fishing season at Captiva 1st t 1:30 Woman's Hymn and Watch J. E.' JltflureCU'Ule Democrat lion. J. K. Morris, :New Method New Ia Tfce. .f Great girls founded well on high principles of the vice-DrMUeat of Krwfft W..
now In full wing and the hotel Isl word. Devotional. Mrs. D. H. Stew Carries Two Column :otOfJ; Chairman County, Commissioners, I I i JJaj rapidly filling up. with fishing ard. Of City I Fort Myers. orida. i And Colleges and fine pad loving was their Influence early IS ,.,. cxaarteace to ..
iasts. Among; guest stopping enthus..t 1:45 Reports of Comm'ttees.j 2:00: I Dear Mr Morris: !.f ----= among other girls that today handling of food troth< Lodge are: Mr. and Mrs. W. Plans for 1925. MrS: R-jl. Mincy. That Fort Myers possesses, in Illinois I On my return from TallahasseeI the coterie' of seven has grown be- tag
pbrey of Pj sbllrh. Pa.; Mr. and I 2:30 Son grlsa;$ ,frooi. children's an enthusiastic and capable find your letter of the 12th. i }'LOR1DA Vy Tae'STATE A* Ktat COLLEGE.4 Tntt) yond the thirty thousand mark. AHhoagh tM aotaal traaafer 04.1 ikt>
Mr: J. W. Smith of Elyria, Ohio: t,home., ] -j i.: press agent is demonstrated in the I We have au of Road N'o. S included I FORWOMEN' There are but two of the Founders UchaD '* adverti" ag Vo..la.*s will
Mr. and 'Mrs. L. K. Maylander, otJ 2:45 Repor of youn| j6ples meet-, CarlinvUle Democrat whose Editor, in the p2a budget and will I : Jan. 23.-A new system ofgtnai.ng living today-Mrs. Able Bird Bogg of act take .aja..a. aatti..ttt 4' explrastt. ,

!?_.<, _* t, .....Jahnstoue.;;.A'.Y-Jio...('J.IK..1I'1 inx" rt.--Uikeftm{ JOsSOUth-" Paxton ;i., E: M(.- lure dei&iea two',.column's', work all of the money: ,we have to I State -- adopted -at. Florida Chicago and Mrs. Mary Allen Staf- Its coat>-a.ce-, >t,. .....s .AJ..
'da 'Vos of Brookline t4ass.. .* j of the front page to fort' Myers! do with but>> things! are in pretty I college whereby the old numerical ford of Muscatine, Iowa. Both are nl'tl8bl& Sellide, to AW6.. .r W..,
', Mrs Chas. Delahaat, of Werners-! 3:15: Reading by Miss KlU. Deeson.I from which the following Is quoted good shape for Road No. 5. system gives way t? the more I held ia the highest honor by the entire W...,. &: Comaa V, yM begis( work
Tlll; Pa; Mr.; and :Mrs. R. H. Ripley. dosing; exercises.i 1 am comfortably located in Fort We also included the Tamiaml modern system, of grading by let- I Sisterhood taimediatetjr oa of PItH*
t of Chicago Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W.]'I Myers, Fla. My advent into this city Trail from Marco to Miami in the tern Hereafter, grades appearing on I I After the banquet a social time her Ua future Elcla. In t&4aoaaectloa.
Kills, of Cleveland. Ohio. The first'I f HIGHWAY was like arriving in another country. 1925: budget. This means however the quarterly report cards will fall I was spent until a late hoar when the ; : the Paris *f-
x guest te sign the register was C. C. S\V.\:'fJI.noR p.\ When I stepped from the train I only the location of the road into the following classes: 'guest departed voting this the flu- flees of the ag af ai* slndy making

Jay ot Tampa and Coral,Gables Tk. -Associated rrrt l found myself in the midst of blooming for the present year. t Excellent. E-Good. C-Fair. I l'est time ever. surveys to d!Mrmla. neaaa by
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The booking Is far ahead of last ATLANTA. Jan. 22. plans for a flowers, towering palms grovesof With kind personal regards. I I D-Passed. E-Failure. The next P. E. O. meeting will be which Seeldswee4' of the For-fWt
)year' the hotel, has been renovated: permanent paved highway from Savannah oranges and grapefruit, flourishing) am, Grade A gives a student three I II on February 3. and there will be an ida CItrus ExehaagaL Mn be sttccaM-
't an annex: has been added to the establishment -I I to the Florida line will be gardens, dusty roads, barefoot children Yours very truly I quality units B. denotes two quality I initiation. tally introduced fit Sareyean mrketa. -
Which will take care of made at a meeting of the members of and singing birds. But more E. P. GREEN. units and C rates one quality .
: about 25 more guests and the pros- the state highway commission to be 1 welcome than all these was a glorious I 1 unit. In order to obtain a degree astudent I IpOPHAM ,
p ? pect'seems; good for a record season.1 I.[held soon it was announced today. sunshine which made: all these .---- -_. --- must have enough, quality to ROAD TOJSPEXUllILLlOSSLONDON. ; '
t tt The fishermen's Lodge is under things possible. And it was a warm correspond with the now required (2 ,

f the same management as the Royal .sunshine-even hot I looked at the I YOUNG BOSTON COUPLE J units. If a young woman makes an I r FRAUD : Jail 2C.-:4learll >f&....;.
palm In Fort Myers with G. A. Wes thermometer during the afternoon; average of C. she should have her U OF DEVISING 000 will be spent !ia the war tllt_.

,. ter of the Hotel des Artistes of 1ewYor MRS C.C. NORCROSSOF they registered about 75 degrees in !units or above at the dad of lour 'oa aa elaborate up rcot;:' ",by,
as resident manager. the shade and 90 degrees in the sun. I MARRIED HERE TODAY i years. If she makes D In' a subject be carried oat by the 1 .
SECTION Many folks took the shady side of the she will have to make C In som-other I IN OYSTERPROMOflON IUd Scotch Railway,, aab,.
"A BEAUTIITL HOME ALVA street; I didn't. I had come twelve I' subject in order to have the required eludes the baBd&i tit t U.
;! hundred miles for sunshine and whenI AT BAPTIST PARSONAGE number of quality units eager aad f ref| M. ; ,
f The beautiful 'new home of Frank found !t. I fairly reveled in it. Dr. I I although she passes the coarse in Three Associates Arqtmtd lad IS smaller ones tj'ret IjJ sigattp
'.'i"' C. Alderman on First street, near the DIES EARLY TODAY Thomas said to W.. F. -Bnrgdoft and which! she makes IX F..ria Was Freed By I be made for new alicatag cats, T'.'

f ,., Y Intersection of Park avenue is nearing me, "Let's sit here on this bench in I The new grading system receive the Tallahassee> Com bale aad corridor cars c* tu mdt
4 I'. .completion. Thomas R. Martin I ; the shade and rest awhile." "Why not I i Wesley Tamer ef )fartl .Ho..w.r ; unanimous vote ot the faculty, and is comfortable type kUchacan: <; riming
1'i the Sarasota-Fort Myers architect Is..I y".g 3fe;;etl.in to Sick aver there in the soar J i.quired.1 I Studios! Weds r.arlftmg.w: being! heartily endorse by a majorityof TALLAHASSEE Jan. 22.-William can and other roUiag a'''.
superintending the Interior deco- Child Results in Her "Too hot," said be. They are used to England Girl the student body who feel that it Lee Popham, of ApalachlcoU was ,"

i 1.here rations The plans were made by thefartlaItOllmer Own Death it. Warm sunshiruj is the regular I I I Its a step forward, regardless of the : found guilty by a of jury devising in federal a THE WEATHER :.
court here today
V Studios, Inc. thing down here. This is the dry inconvenience necessarily caused by
) ; deaths which At the Baptist 5 scheme defraud by tiling the United -
e One of the saddest season. There hasn't been a rain parsonage at the change in custom to
r; ,,.*.--The levelled lawn, trees has and, been shrubbery graded set out has occurred recently in Fort Myers sine last October. That means clear I o'clock yesterday evening Rev. \\. 1L It Is said that the new system has States malls to further the scheme. ..., -: \t.: Hll&esttraparatdfa. . .
E. Norcross three associates. J. J. Abbott 1 7estE y
was that of Mrs. Nancy: days beautiful sun ibiDu all the time. I the words which been adopted by all southern coUes"except Popham'a I.
have of pronounced
: and. Mr, Alderman will one : dams teal tetdelast
t ; William ILi Low
which occurred this morn Charles N. Hampton, ,
7 aged 25 On New: Year's day. a lot of Fort My the University: of Virginia and
: finest homes on thin street of united matrimony Wesley Turner .'...URalbfaW.
= .i the the wife i acqahed while J. D. BlgXt
She Collier i
at 5:45 o'clock. was were
," ing ers people spent hours at the gulf the University of Florida
.'.' it.-beautiful homes.MOON of C. C. Norcroas and their home ; twelve miles away. They spent much :I and Miss Mary Murray. This was Kennedy a fourth maa covered by U Jr.0
f ... 1&*.. ..0tUeeoafoa. k
lti creek. freed by Judge
was up the river on. :key time in the surf bathing--or lying in rather a romantic marriage in that the Indictment was
\ AND TIDES They came here from, Tennessee: the sand on the beach Same kind Miss Murray reached this city Tuesday -I STAN lEY HANSON BUYS Grebo, who instructed the JUry to retura.a 'Wtt.f.r. sallea..2t. .
j ago ani a few days i verdict of acquittalJade" ...e wit,
about three years ef weather Christ day. But I
New Moon: 84th 9:15 a. m. I attackedby on mis night from her home in Boston, Orubb .deferred passingsentence $R ._ . tyFor

;t' First Quarterr 1st,- 16 p. m. i ago illness.their little Mrs. child Xorcrca vas waited: on know every day it -will some not of"be these Just times like it this will having made the trip to meet; her 1 10-ACRE ESTCRO[ TRACT until after the hearing of a .. :. '' :' ...

Full: list 11:43 a. m. the child and was herself attacked rain and that will be followed by a f Since in the City of Palma motion, by the defense. for a new
Last Quarter: 17th. 6:33: p. m. I Florida: PartV elovdy tonight'
She accompanied her jour.taey triaL
was on
day or wo-genera.Uy day-of cloud
CRESCEST BEACHTbarsday Soyriving % ClOWn ta a tfk end c.nteal
AT KliShtly
; and chill, and then sunshine again.It here by the groom's parents, Mr. \\VHICH INCLUDES HOTEL Popham was sentenced late by nk portion( fair
: < old, and Atlanta portion, extreme, a
day in the -
< January fed: ren one a baby three; ia all in the United States, this Mrs. Turner, also of Boston, who Judge Grabb to four years raoderaia.aoajfterty. WIY.ATHLETIC'S .
here. land Friday:
1 i._ : High Tides} 12:05 a.m.and 1:43: p.m.I her parents who arrangements are also have weather condition here and what we come here with the intention of locating federal prison _
: S Iowa Tides:' 708; a.m.and 6:29 p.m. The funeral have been having back in Maeonpin. Properly Alee Inelades Bungalows .
relatives are being and Investing ia property.Wesley !
not been as
Great country, woaderful' country. Groves and FoesWaterway CIIEIAULL': t .
." { communicated with an 23rd
-' '- : t Friday, January The Carllnville colony at Fort My : t
J c' ','. 1:02 ..m. and 2 3J p.m.Low (are heard from no definite. arrangements In previous the employ of the Martin-Hosmei SoBaw S a4arCoanJ .
High Tide: era Is not as target as resident Just fa time for the Lot COOB- reach here Ute f
Inc, and has been a
will made. Studios
; : Tides: .:59 ajn and 1:2Q p.m. be I / ar&. Dr. and Mrs. ).Marvel': Thomas, The Estero loa and the land surrounding .- I Mack "*b )igEad '.fI
1 He And
Fort for several months. Mack a score
of Myers Connie
ty Fair JljK!
-t'- :. '. whom the people here. claim as their )l 'I it, and several bungalows. awn and la' es Wdm
Th., house again. Here- came here directly: from Boston of his' Pailadelphl Athletics will by. the d f1lar
awn are keeping Boston hare teen sold to W. Stanley Hanson
'; 'tt-... ': :, $2,000 GIFT TO THE CITY :;of ore they have boarded. They have t'where he gradaated from by J. Guy Smith who baa owned theproperty arrive ia I'orttyers for lfe* _'ia- The Athletics, make their
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1 .. .. ..MiyHarryPJohnson; .,. '-. t very attractive little cottage and Tech.These are fine young people) and I for several Jean.There ter. Training quarters will be ia 'head Itotet Bradford
Fla. -\ are very happy- in it_ Mr. Burgdoft, are ten acres ia this tract Fort Myera and a professional hotel: Royal 1'ytiiM
.Fort Myers, their home in Fort Myersto
will make
r -: .; Dear Sir;" < ? Mrs Jtadel and Mrs. Achilles have an i which they have already become: I and it faces the Estero liver Vita a b..baU'4lamorul., built ,i hotel and Grins;. Central ko
Interest befit' shown apartment nicely appointed and conveniently county road oa either side. There ia to Connie Mack'a own plans r4ID'1 tel.There. < -
a attention the attached. '
you for calling to Our
Thank: wit b p.1t'
at the I -
enjoying constructed
ant I
situated are aa old grove and some tropical trees been
the Golf course. .
the proposal that the city acquire te
.In : Pair U
the Lee
themselves than If they were 'and shrub on the property. grounds. ,
with that proposal and if v. were so more '
t siortnnaWaa' t We are to heartily have stock in accord in the club we would gladly; contribute it for located in a hotel Mr. and Mrs.I 50,000 Club Street *I It Ilea quarter-mile east of 'the The flat bunch of player are progress. tot tbs
the good csuee. Having no stock, yon may enroll us for. twit thousand Shulii and Miss Fisher are here and,I Dance Saturday Night 'Estero school. Mr. Hanson did not due to arrive la Fort buyers on the Tb. gapssee
Lf' dollars In cash which we wiLl give toward the purchase of to'* Golf club are living in the fountry on his farm. I say what be gave Soy the >property night train c-a Sunday, February wittier by the b" AthletiCs
property by the city'on the same conditions as the others,are giving They are of Ship man. but we claim j nor for what purpose he will use it 22ad. The remaining players will are as f.

,' stock. this movement is of such .importance them as part ot Carlinville colony j i The first official more for the entertainment Tha. March. 12th . ...... ... Phtla. (Hi '
It.would has occurred be well ta to outline us that to the public a plan by which the purchase [And that U all at this time though j!I of tourists, by the Fifty j CrXBER: BOP TO BE LARGE I'rL" ]""Iare 13th ... .,. .. . .Phil*. :' that U of the property for golf and park purposes could readily be fin- the number will be Increased at an |I'Thousand club will take place Saturday I Mon., March lit)_ . .. .. . buffalo at .)
: .' .aaceil by the city Certainly the cnly objection. to the. purchase would early date by tW arrival of ot&erav i: evening. when the club's enter- ORLAXDO. Jan. 2.-oue of the Tue. March. 17ti !' .... ... X. Y. :
be the difficulty in financing It.. : We will extend cordial, welcome, to t I tainnient committee with L. ) Vaa- largest crop of cucumbers ever:I Tha. March Mtb. .H .. .... S. Y. -( .'
,t If the city would take into the corporation: the'territory: immediately them. Duyl, as chairman stages a street raised ia the Winter Garden, Ocoee Sat. March 21tt :: . .. ... .ColwaMs at Fort My. i:
XHith of the present limits say to Whiskey: creek thus' adding Florida Is in tie throes, of a. statewide street dance, with the cooperationof : I and Oakland sections of Orange Moa. March 23rd .. .. ..H .. .Brooklya (ti) *. .. ,
'd .,-ut five thousand acres available for city taxes and adding about fin real estate toomi; It is a whopper !t. the Junior chamber of commerce. coasty, is' planned lor this spring I Wed. March,25th .... ........ .MHwaakw at Fegrt
.alftton dollars ia valuations, the taxes OB the newly one; acquired haadrtd thousand property. Quiet staid; conservative Fort Dancing will begin at 9 p. m. and j acccrdinj to Informatlom here. TTia.; March SCth ..... .... .. .Milwaukee at Pars 2tyi.,t.
at the sraaeat millage; would of be something applied on over the purchase voald Myers is thoroughly wrought' up. It I alt motorists are requested by City Planting; already has bell started and Frt. March: i7lh.. .. .... ....... Brooklyn st C1ea
d are taafaoars a SrA and portion leave th the portion to be applied oa retire. is booming Just'like1 the. balance of ;f Manager/ Sialey to remove their cars it is estimated that several hundred Sat. March Pth.-.,. .Cotambas at VflnWt t4&W.

.,-. _""KJn HUtiiHmVt% forget general tax redaction. "i"VSaTIJp tie State-possit\ snore BO I was from First street, between Headn: .airg. .of-tae mid-winter' cucumbers MOB, Marea'sath: .... .:...e-Baltimore at:. KujtUTat" t4)
0; : .- w t" 5:year civic organ faatfoha behlnd''t'b.H per that t amused. { Sever: Ithqight this citywould and Jackson Streets before that tuxr. .: will be graving wltaln( the next few .>tarc3t5Ut. .... .. .....'. .thinsvt>ree at SaulerCameTwIlt -
.,. ;; E'f'' t :?wa dd M M :patently, -for the benefit of the whole city and' pat, it over? do what It it ally is doing. This dance sponsored by the. Fifty- weeks. ) W' scheduled with both BaCalo sad Bft Jaore ta IIfyera 'em
.. ., .Voura" for a greater Fort ROGERS-SOOTTL.Myers. Western boom 'J of troughs vita which to coyer the
be the
: ';' atari 99 I have heard of commerce promise to
Fort Myers played.
l By c. F, Rogers President.i on !
: k sine I came her mike'.lne. wonder most elaborate street entertainment. ,yo .n plants Ia cases of threatened .

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1 ,. r 7 FORT MYERS\ PRESS FARMERS OBJECT TO AMENDMENT ACCIDENTSSome AND ART < ::4' I pride! Iq u4ri' *'* 't TIle International

-ii OP 8tre.t., Feet Myera. tTorkU.FOBT The Federated Trades Commission reported in I tests are held amwally.; is orgaata-

,., 1fY : 1918 that the. J'Big. 'Five" Meat Packers weretroni'ly sage has said, or if he did erica, was published.The eOCsnregr'iherhreadt' +ot.lSeali .
rhareday. Twesty.Ser.aJA Mt, he shduld that moM works" book made a modest aDd NsV ..
..... .)11 "I.JllESS have iaagadiee5 animals of wil.ik 'a'I
Incorporate da4 intrenching themselves in all possible
special meeting of DIxon camp ot art are the result of a3"i; i ient.. and :aouraging entry ia IBM and not untU -
"OItC :
P ; "'Ow"r
uoSbpabusher :General,JfaaaernMr4 substitutes for all kinds 9633 I!have, chews
meat vegetables, oil Royal NeiglOo-B o{ Arcerku this theory Is curiously corroborated :A appeared several yesoa late* in a

; .aag ort elur ana matter I 'ftlut*,'Hi tsul. lh. products, canned fruits etc., rice, sugar, potatoes will be beld at 250.0 o'c/ock. at Pyth- by the new edition of that most famous sixpenny edition did It begin to feet type And fDglallo4l-Wa1 the''l6.alry'matethe a..4

(oat onc at My r.FloriU. lifcder the Act l M re*>w. lets- bun s..and offee..that Armour and.Company; ia, tan hall for the parpos of taking under of dog stories JkA. Son of Catle :, forge .ahead* Thea. flca discovered ;I dogs of .,fet <*#*** *f

founded..... w --" at a tutekty7ttwspaper ae'oeemnertt. Jill'ana'U one year became the greatest rice merchant in advisement the ordering of necessary ," illustrated by Marguerite Kirm- Ollivaat and wfihia the course of Scotland u a*Bob lase and R4, WuM In
: : "V :'.dally" March: u. 1I1U the world equipment for the camp. the of ob. Son of! wits between
and that in 1917 the. ,Armour Grain a a 3 5 etcher whose picture dogs twenty-seven years story. "
SUlSER -? SOl'UTED PRESS interests handled 23 per cent of the grain, receiptsInhica' big and little pert and princely have Battle" has become on of the world's '.I the that MiN Kirms JaM drawn
John J. of Eranston. 111. will
'I'h..ga.oeta 1 Te ,I, Tuna captivated dog lovers through the most famous dog stories. :Not' only'is
featured tar hand
Y to jai In addition the packers PD"the
"'_ :ft.: : tilt. 'f.o. were deliver a free put lie lecture on Chris- of Bob and the UiljeM ,tyk' in

wow..user__a#1.b. ,ttda.s.pear.aMi, ," l tlea7.Mwb. '. ling;;"'90' fertilizer, hides and !leather and.it reported baa Science, at the <:x>urt house audi in pages the of art Country galleries Life of New Magazine York.and If every"Owd child Bob"library the ,fajrortte but he has hero been mo*[ stlrrfag. memela!,!'tile ef therrsdventuree book
had "increased their Kales at such atheiV
AH thejr a torium at 8 the
| reDublleatioa pf special aispatcbM bertl p- ai 11 had been for the acideat of accepted the rfasaie of sheep on
eP rietre.i tO s t an not achild's an : type
/ great rate that in certain of these lines they have product of the GNtl'lceeof
L't; "r: ,: { Jt'HC1IInC. iirES request the project o[ illustrating dog by the dalesmen whose pride In'ala I 'fa happy a
Friday, Tuentj.TklrO.The wlab.
become dominant factors. chance as one could
gap 'reelaCetikr,"-aChu4ata' +OatiM. L... ; the story of the prince of their dogs is even greater than their
.' O.Ilter Caw The of the Packers' Consent Decree Pentagcn club will meet at the
ou.rJfI1J7; : C c.-u annulment sheep dogs might never have occurred -
VJfUtl'.M; J :, la" :" home of Mrs. Armada number 4 Anderson
Tkr.. .-w. III -4-t ;} 1: u. 13Treo .. -_-t.K whiclj -rooJlr.and Swift are asking through the with. Mrs. Alderman- to :Miss Kinnse and if it had not The Old Home Town By Stanley

Lt yuit 4. J '"""et IJ i fox"II hlear 1 l1: potion;) made i in the District of Cplumbia, would assistant avenue hostess,.at 3 o'clock. been for an accident of a much more ,
pcrlntt.packers Ito go right!) back into all of these serious nature the epic of "Owd

Vhs Weekly Tort. Myers Press On lair ,._ ,;IZ.M'SUSTAINING lines of business and other. interprise and Bob" would never have been written.
_.Th 1Yoekly }?t 1Nvera prej, Six Months every Athletic club will: meet at the Legion -
> .
,j "--.iij compete with farmers' cooperative organizations home at 7:30 o'clock. Thirty-odd years ago Alfred O1U- ir

-' in every Tine in, which the farmers are engaged. e vant was a young: artillery officer IU.tiwvou Matt puT TMt:*. -

MEMBER Every' other present commercial competitor of The Pentagon club will meet at the much mere concerned ia gunnery WtTERMs THERE -t yy?t1EDYpq
c. and riding than in literature
farmers .cooperative organizations is subject tosuPervision home of Mrs. Alderman assistant prizes SAY NDi. 'NEtJ rzEvE.GE" OTEV CaAeGEDAu ;
He was following zealously in the GET.tEM txYS to./'RS.can tern+AtEtL
'NATIONAL EDITORIAL! by the Federal Trade Commission but :hostess. Anderson avenue at 3:00, TINS MtE Rwrr 55 'Y SUi !,1E/!
footsteps of his father, a distinguished 55Ron es A FleE
IOU 1)24! under the specific terms of the Packers and Stock o'clock. cavalry colonel when a fall froma iNE9iKC'tTO/ +EN A"D.T WASMv -

yards Act ,,the meat packers are not subject to I horse landed him in the hands oil
:ASSOCIATION j' '0 investigation by, the Trade Commission; As that Wednesday. T"ealr-elghlh the surgeons for the next fourteen

., ,... '- -. ..-- ,. ,-- --- Commission stated, ; "The immense selling or- Francis The Ladles Xavier'a Altar church Society will of give Saint a >ears. Flat on his back with nothing V EN j

,, Xsmter SMthcra Ilewipaper FsUlshen's '''tJatl... ganization; the packers built up in connection card party in community hall at 8 to think about between periods of in- aM--y
:H...Wr"FlrUa Pr* ."Ass elaU4a, with| their meat business assures them almost o'clock. Refreshments will be tense pain except the wreck ot his aU

Vejnber Florida' '.Associated DaDieaXembe certain' supremacy in any line of food handling served. ambitions. with his youthful energy

-! ,! 'Soath) "hddiPress jUeUU- which they may wish to enter." Both farm producers and unimpaired mind seeking some
,: occupation, Ollivant considered a
I and city consumers would shortly be againat thousand schemes One day as he I Yy ,pby -.. \
the mercy of the Big Five meat Iackers if the I YOUR INCOME TAX I was reading the "Pastoral" in Robert

Thursday Afternoon. t January! 22, 1925 Packers' Consent Decree is annulled. Louis Stevenson's "Memories: and

.. .. Portraits," the idea for a dog story
IBW THOUGHT FOR, TODAY DEMOCRACY IMPERILEDWe : The term "earned Income* In computing took possession of him. Ollivant t

,.;;? < ,How,excfllpt is thy I vingkindjnesa : which the taxpayer: Is allowed I knew the shires of the northland and ,,:
on all net income to $5,000 and not .J
; $, O,God h therefore the children: of fought through a terrible war to make exceeding $10,00 up a credit of 25 percent the border the dalesmen and their

men,"pat:.their.trust under the shadow the world safe for democracy, and here we are of the amount of tax. Is definedby sad-eyed, silver-coated sheep dogs "

of thy wings./- They:shall be abundantly, satisfied with short breeches about to put our own democracy income: tax regulations "wages,. and until it"Owd was the Bob matter," of"Bob a short, Son time of x
or wHh< )the fatness of ,fhy house; and; thou shalt on. the toboggan and push it down. Our salaries, professional fees and other Battle" as the story is known in Am-

make them drink. of the_ rirer"of thy pleasures political institutions are in periU Long trousersand amounts received far personal serv-

Psalm". 36jg. ..... .. ., ;2 concealed socks are essential, if we are to ices actually rendered. However Boa MME oo rrwR 1'OWq*,.mT5 a0AFf5, Coesesaans, wMO .s. Es.,E.51ST mASE omiTst svwto c.Oo :: -

I carry on. there are thousands of cases of tax- M o -ruRr1EC EtC.MTEEe oO wremrs .a-me o.nn .aousa -F

Says Professor Shaw, of the University; of payers engaged in a trade or business DEATH OF J. A. ROWTAKES \ sN3 FTR MOO'c TWO AML RED a.ADOce mse'rERes Waco"MAD D,5AVC EAwD.---"e.o.-,s' .wgr 5'i't'r';11

'- 'TUB OUT MYERS "rnns'rL TFon. J NCMT'York, a synopsis of whose] statement on this in which both i>ersonal service and ;::- ,

absorbing matter follows capital are material Income producing ---'--- ---- f
< : }
I Ballglag an* f. a":'iaoetaU.a The preset fad of short breeches is of actors. In such cases it Is providedthat ( AWAY\ PIONEER
one Outburts
of Everett True Condo
:;:.A, Waltr Settepiag Plant for Maaltlpal Npterfaftri "a reasonable allowance in compensation By
f > .. the things which stand in the of the :
{' """ : way great
for services shall
? ,
excursion into equality. Knickers and democracy .
)rater Front *r Island 1'ark'and JUpaklpa) .,b 4I- do not together All be considered as earned income." It John A. Prow, who passed away at
go who appear in is further provided that the total TAIIVGOIN To ;
lu.... the Lee Memorial hospital early Saturday t
Bhef..l'r.at.Be"lt", ,...... short breeches tend to create the impression that amount treated as earned income morning and who was buried ,

Free BrUf. .t* Creseaat Beaca they prefer an aristocratic, privileged form of from a trade or business shall not Tuesday in the Fort Myers cemetery, :

a government, exceed 20 per cent of the taxpayer's had been a resident of Lee
Itoeper:BIver Ckanatl to Pmlss. Eatraaee f.rOceai county j ::1:1s.
Geloff Jewel. The professor observes that overalls mean share of the net profits of such for more than 25 years. He*had many
work a sack suit means business and trade or business. A '"reasonable allowance -
'Completion *f Le. fcaity System of Baads.r abbreviated friends all over the county: as during ,
1klxeecbes means play or for personal: services': In this time h lived
V pose. Knickerbockers ? not only in Fort .
.ml'| !ieti :itlaailtml f, ] TraO! ad i Fort Myers1pigi -
1 hive become the earmarks of a vacation costume. general is Interpreted by regulations Myers but also at Alva and Captlva "
!: llearh Itgawa%__, It'js all right to wear knickers' to mean "only such amount as would where he had property interests. t' re
on the ball field
J lsaetWca4eaPf,1igkwaye{! heldi.g Planting at, while resting, but the dancer from or ordinarily be paid for like services )Ir. Prow's death was sudden. Weds .
cto.Pal... ,stoatTaaftantl Trail comes wear
> ; dear by like in like
urges enterprises circum
ing them in town :Modern i& nesdajr night he was taken to the hospital
J.ee.t4t .',. ..r.'ta.Iar.- gauss a1. man getting into
from Craystone hotel where
the habit of y tl
.rG,* 1 fiir ta Balla.Si. wearing them when.'he returns from
r >Bpalf Punta his The revenue act of 1924 providesfor he was spending the winter. Ilia illness -
1Wl.aa.1I t* Bast "I"_ playing. "earned income> deductions.". This was not considered serious, until 6 s -

Short breeches were a common thing before [means deductions which are properly: Friday evening.. From then oa

'. ')i"1' ., -'_ .... the ]French revolution, and it is.a. notable fact [aUocable to or chargeable against he sank rapidly and passed away at

"- ..* .: .. PTA. AF'N:' (!.PLACE ,. that democracy and' the long trousers' came in to earned Income and which are allow 2:SO, o'clock Saturday morning.Born .
t gether. Socks, were: covered up and !men's clothes able from gross income In computing in Winchester phio) Novem-

*= Several'have+complained to' the Press that became the most 'democrattc'thing'ln the world. net Income. Notable among such deductions ber 6. 1S4S, '}lr. Frow had 'just entered t 1I

there .ia 80 much loafing around tbe'post .office .., Excu&iona? are popular with the masses in are bntJnei expenses. Frequently his eightieth year. Notwithstanding ,I

that It iV difficult get there to take"care"ofone's this country, and the professor was wise in chos- taxpayers receiving! a salary his age be was active caring -
ing that word in may be compelled to use a portion for business affairs etc. His fair
JW1.speclaIJ1 is this true of negroes this connection.! There! are likely
in payment of transportation u, advertising I
they say, ,This,:matter was taken up something those 'amongst us who. will at once pack up and dealing and fine character made
or for samples. Such items
like a year.ago' and the reply: was'that:men who go off with him for'the sake of going on an ex which In the friends for him wherever he lived.

employ..negroea'4sk'themto' = walt at the post- cursion. But some of these will }probably wait conduct are of necessary a business expenses are properly ae was a veteran of th. war between z t Ftcar-cart a f.
the states and
_of gee for.their money*; This should. not be' made. and,think,the thing over a bit since the one pro chargeable against earned Income. of An Ohio artillery, unit was a member l le7q

a place f.r,settling accou>)Its. posed is into eternity. There are those who will The term "earned net income" on The funeral was held from the

<.- Unless one has business at athe post office he at least want to know whether or not the ticketsare which the credit is computed means nglehardt Mortuary home at 10o'clock ,
should not block the way of those whq do, asthe one way or round trip. We fear the,professor the excess of the amount of the ea" Tuesday morning the services -

space)in, J Jh building.is wholly inadequate forthe,: failed to stop }talking soon enough to get the most ed income aver.the sum x>f the earned conducted by the Rev. O. A.

purpose) now wfth every bodjr getting out, of the rt ;rqi ..., I Income deductions. Thus a man Thrower and the pall bearers being

way- as* expeditiously- as. possible.i And a ,question arises: Does the professor who in 1924 revived a salary of J. E. Foxworthy, Archie English. B.
H. &* stand as the advocate of socks which .are hidden 5,000 ot which l to paid $500() for. C Foxworthy. John M. Boring and AlL .

-, i'LEASE.THE \.. i or :socks not worn? It will be remembered that\ necessary expenses in connectionwith Gilllngham. .

l TO MEN, we had. a statesman-that's what we call them, .. the business computes his tax on Mr. Frow; Is survived by a daughter -

either:out of charity or' because elect them earned net income of H.COO. from Mrs. Lidjt C. Donaldson of New I
; Jr
wg -
It..has. .been (:!last;recognized as' a\fact1'that who,sprang into, prominence t because< he wore no which of course, should be. deducted York City, who arrived in Fort My.era .
.wttna*; f ia ,nottdre eing to'p1 ase'man.' That she socks He Saturday Bight, and by three
lived up to the theory that socks and his personal exemptions-$2,500 grandchildren.
fe tofu$Wje to]pfease herself That she considers real for married $1000 for
democracy dida't ga together' and he got a person a r +
ojjly fy&r Jfyn tint / herown: comfort, her: owntips elected to several offices. Who doesn't recall single) person, plus' $f00 for each" de Mid Provti ,

chic sat to:vybat i ia most sensible,- most becoming, Sockless Jerry Simpson not old enough to pass pendent-In ascertaining earned income Tie beginning of a ship" la a board,
} of ,raoet'altogether I $satisfactory from every judgment in so momentous a matter. To be sure, credit.Officials. of a kiln a atone,. of a king's reign

point' '.view"j "- If! we.are'to have on no socks the trousers should salutation, and the beginning of health!
And.ifl '
sa doing.she has "Fixed"Claims Is' siren
managed to 'please
oe jong. 'A here: is nothing much less inspiring
., the nor' to) a much greater.degree than:ever.J>e- than'a stretch of masculine leg showing: from shoe Former Deputy !E

IAMi fOl'e.'IfheJ consulted him-;rU.\ne, ; ,had J f'; to top of pants! hem' sockless. Ancfif that is! the MOM'N' POP By Taylor I
Ua| YtrraBoical dictates,..he would not Jbave ;
have socks
|deaQ\ no the
professor should have NORFOLK JfJ1. 22. Federal Prohibition
Peed_ iHST cvyfe'of; : ft dresslng: coif f ,
kaa< and ing:herself said 9"'Uw d, have'gained i him ohorts. Nat Commissicner Roy Haynes ------ -- --
N:W ; Joe doi the.free and} easy'.sen&ible 1 socks is Commissioner Internal 'Revenue
wearing, economical(? f ,and there's nothing tt
&rt.tic, e44a | ?
.o loday
t toln
turally this '
"'is the that appeals to, democracy than David H. Blair were "fixed" to permit
ClH..In; expressing her owe personality. in dree When. democrats raorp economy. the smuggling into Washington of
are not economical they in
she has., l
made herself :Ao'attractive vision, of trouble. There. i is. a thousands of cases, of whiskey duringthe 0 ,
democratic campaign debt
perfetMn ;that she, is.,irresistible.. Self">expres hanging' over now.; If the Shrine: convention. of 1923 3. Warner
democrats had been
aye: .instyle: 'democracyin dress, freedom> in Ironmonger, deputy \Jnited States J
more economical than l
frocks, have:dene more for -,her. than political they were forced to be they marshal at that 'time, but now chief 1i
wouldn't have the deficit and would
-- ; likely have
equality : of police at Norfolk, testifying at the
had. fust! as marry doctoral Votes.: '
\ trial of flex IX Sheldon and William
-- Democracy'must'be',saved at all hazards. Ifnexcursion Raker, today. declared Baker told him

91li'ERPOR'ER} : }Ili f RADIO doesn't do Jt the jfa ,ure can only soon, after Ida arrest: tY. ,

be explained., upon the ground that'the.destination

The,:cation< 11a awaiting the; granting of 'the is;wrong, 'Prior to- the time 'when Mr. Andy Saint: Augustine( .

:-license .for.the,us*..of"5000.watts.byradn()( : Volstead.stuck his thumb into the, pie plenty] of

dcastini-ata4rt.A: limit of.1t190.watta.has men in this country would pile 4 off> Oft an excursion Bridge: Site Q. K'd

n maintained herewfore..: train. Their numbers are decrease Most men -- r

They principal,"objection advanced: 'in now want, to know 'where they'are, going and if WASHINGTON, Jan. %Approval" -
'it.. to'/fflperpower statjOBs has:been.,that they *hf destination! doesn't suit they 'to:to the'picture from Secretary coasti-action Week's was secured
today for the a bridge
show-or' '
ivil'u n t rierence,. ,and": that; long-distance go home. C]
across the :Mataaxas river at the foot
hL ttw, We are not strong the '
: 'Cn ofussor's demO
of Cathedral street la. Saint Augustine
J )__ .-rw.ry&( using! tacystuff.: If be-had said right oat "Knickers .

Ibla ptdntJs. fact.Uut many people,who) haven1he made men look funny," ice Should,!b ve thrown The existing bridfe on King street 4

) poorest sort reception- since they live up,our hat and yelled "Hear! :Heart"; which is will be removed,'It;was announced to- {

far from seeding stations,'will be able to bear the I Kiglish. for the African:"Dat's: de n 'Yd's trufe." day. .g4 t ;

best "of>> the.:'programs 'from", the'" farcer cities.tsrHc ?-Tampa. 4, ,Times.

) :lerorie of the greatest l interferences! in radioiragptiQB ." End Rhp,1j tlshi
,' pajticolary. IIn'the,,. :. warm :'months.. ; 'COTTON '
;- fioHMpow wHJW.:;9:, *a% .-increased. signal t G1701YERS ANXIOUS! with; Butyhen filer OilrhcvmatH
*> t
_r ength. Maats MiidK of thi ,'
i Of course, interference should not lie enporaged. tpon from !. try Uiti tkr Oil and you will
{ Egyptian cotton, subsidized by -the find Vnlcfc reU l*, Within 'a few tntonto 1 a 11' .
this condition can be Brit q goverran ann you aiiplj' this new German
F change, }'4ot>btle&&ly will# 1 be 'and in the tfave'18b nt'andProduce'.by,practically .discovery: you" gad : rvmarkabl.* setter x
: mean- l',: and from the drive? to reduce the I from 15 me._ It ***etr te. help sett.trali.e :
time the rik "to.tbe= .: thiil come with rbecmathr
greatest se largest'number prlts? to 18 to 20 cents > the pains. ,' .
P01"111 sea the tottara quickly rah
regardless of the ,
of people sb coat .' '
producing practically liabter Oil W ee t discovery. of Gf-r- .s
: >: T.istjMW suiMr-siMiom .should :remember every agrk"alturaJ l Produc lion the mac .1..nrs'rhrhrt,0a. gtveh' to tathword
.tittt .... though they be unable' war many -mai-t for rrllrt -
to baaJ
may :ahdefajmeit8'. prices excep{ or wheat arid'one et yale: ana >n..Eremedles rood5iMff "y
cut through tad spt ei tat sations, some,little or two :other,_train*-are farI firfow.I Taxes -.. quirk 't' You ,
rejet it mit( r tromrbrmnatUm.
Nil' have yoo
farmhouse of fan.ft> cuidh, HB>,s cabin- mil' fl away Mate and local at a-Saari_'_ 'aBr't, \; tree evaded;| Jun lrl. nmrttU or nenral-
cure and got the rnnta with -4
from anywh. ,'lah' t *ger: group: of All in MI the faRilitOO' the. uatiai..raee a year r..J: scat and, tee wriltoa money }
r listenerrl for the'gOOd -" aft evarsntre avaetrTK to vverr bottje'For
p-"-_ h 1 .. 1.1f ) u Ieu,ttr.re :Ire ttrtttri'lrorid. crop sea fcr flnntere< tea ; Store. Kniaf .
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i : ENGLAND AIDS COLONIES Feathered War Hero \ Has Plan i forDirigible conference of the various hotel, railway Whlt6's, rean On Run Pnnce.Battery .
Ii. .
Dies of Old AgeBy C tf\ and other interests involved and cord of fifty years of successful: re-j'. -
wy It la hoped to bring public bodies IDthe Price SSe. Sold by Evans '
Lines m Mala Sfcj ,; r !: tJ

i:; BY IMMIGRANT CARE Tae AiKWtetrd loss) north Into co-operation with the Cevnpanlonctip.Oh. k'?;'' 'J
TOURS France, Jan 22.-A heroof It t 11 "'PIt'.*nr n. It I.l rare r. I II Battery IP> lon "

t ,. the and war decorated cited in an for order of thearmy a- IT DRIVES OCT WORMSThe I and the Mine arm linked HI )vwir! at i GewratoiT c Ltehtto*i: .

( exceptional surest of In children forty which at thirteen helped It turn Service for alt cars ''
BT Tae bravery and gallantry at Verdan. has sign worms Starter
X MELBOURNE"jan'iY'The Is r over the Cicero da Amicitla. or sometale .
Brit- Just tiled of old He paleness, lack of Interest inlay
age. was ten which the ..
of friendship i
ish antique
government fretfulness variable appetite,
will advance Aus ,
rears ,old. burning toanticipate.Cbarles We call tar! trouW and. cl.-
i heart even then was yosur
tralia young
r approximately s5.000.000 for His name was Carrie Pigeon No. ticking at the nose and sudden starting '
'" every 14,000 Immigrants in sleep When these symptoms J i Lamb. Ne6le Ien .
cent! to Australia 183-14 AF and attached to one of his ;t. 11ft. e
:- from England accordin to he appear it is time to give White's .;- -
an legs proudly wore a tine, equiva-
li agreement; Cream Vermitu A tew doses j WANTED: CLEAN COTTON t
:. recently concluded bef" lent ,to the Jledaille Military, award 1'J191U, 29*
tween' the British officialsand drives out the worms and pot the j jl RAGS AT ONCE. PRESS OP- 'I rai.r
treasury ed to him in June 1916, with the following /
., Australia. The 1 little one on the road to health again I I,FICE.
money will be citation: r ..
t used for public- improvements such "On three different occasions, 'during y n :1 .. -,
: as waterworks, roads, railways land the battle of Verdun under heavy 5!
f clearing; and housing in sections fire ensured the rapid transport of 4 i

'Is where Immigrants settle, and in very Important mesages. In particular I t ? ryt
;; otherwise providing opportunities I tried to headquarter th*. communications _
equal to those of native Australians. I of Major Raya-aL defender ) !

,. Great Britain has agreed also to I of Fort Vaux on June! 3, 1916. it

contribute to the cost of receiving : at a time when the major's troops, .
t{ depots to be established in the various completely surrounded wore deprived 1wy,2Il :. LTIi

i states. Australia expects to I of any other means of communications : ,
borrow a total of 1170.000.000 for The flights were! done I ;
migration under' most unfavorable
purposes. The imperial atmospheric, ill
t ; government's agreement provides torJ' conditions. ''" \/j" General Chang Yuan Ming Peking ) CAR i
the Since the Armistice the pigeon had
paymeat of 35000.000 for Interest defense commissioner Is fleeing the 'e't t S S1f !
rf charges the money to be used been kept as an honored guest in the South Shanghai; district, with Hsteh : I -
for public Improvements. The flotation army dovecotes. ,I James Jackson, Massachusetts Tuao's rebel troops following closely :.;. ___ ___ ,1tI
; of the loan itself will be undertaken state has on his heels.
f / treasurer laid
III by Australia and the borrowings plans before President Coolidge
;, ;.," will,probably extend over a long FOB WOBKI5G PEOPLE for the formation of .
a gigantic
period. Men! Don'tComeHomeFagged
The New South Wales government The beat of workers get out of1O'1"tl airways corporation to operate ,
has when the liver falls to act passenger and freight dirigibles. '''' '.
the Out t
recently accepted commonwealth -
l They feel languid halt sick, '"blue" by .', ." ? ;_ ; .
government's: offer of $ ,500.- -1.a.
000 and discouraged and think they are Milk Company Honors _, -
t- for fostering; Immigration. This Hard Work ,
getting lazy. Neglect oft these symptoms Old Time -
money will be advanced In London as EmployesBr ,
jesolt in sick -
might a spell
:,. required. say that in an enormous i j '
... .. therefore the sensible course is to DOCTORS .
< Tk As >riate4 Press) of cases when men come i
..: '" tate: a dose or two of Herbine. It is LONDON! Jan. %%.-One of the home physically and mentally"all in,"

1 ,a Sleeping Sickness jut the medicine needed to purify the foremost dairy companies of Great nervous and cranky,the teal cause is ; .
syt( tern and restore the Tim and am- I not hard work but thin pale watery ,
Britain has a Long Service Corps '
= \ Victim blood,deficient in strength iron.
Changes Its bit/on of healtlu Price 60c. Sold by giving
i. connected with It. the members being Once this iron is restored to the bloodit t : +
EVA, ns Pharmacy -
c made up of employes who have beenIn I is often astonishing how quickly :' '
I It
> the service of the organization for these men gain new strength nerve
: (By Tk Afelat4 .
,,' ':>,' LONDON. Jan %%.Because sleeping SO. years. force and endurance.Butb.sur.tbekoayoutakelso ra.nKceeNueated a

P .' sickness has BO changed; the ;. atart Travel FrockShe The corps boasts of a membershipof Iron-and not the oid-tashioncd
medicine and made by the
361 and 24 liquid pills action
men women and when
of children and some
character .
of powerful acids on ordinary mineral mm.hiuxated "
of them criminals, the authorities are who tr :.. the members met recently for a dinner Iron is a natural organic, ire.,. like. 'The TUD OR Sedan
each of the sun to your own blood and lika that inspinach
them .
o of special' one was presented
the building
considering els must lo.k and'lentils. Doe not Hinire teeth nor
with a gold watch, a, silver badge disturb the stomach. So remarkable are the
': schools for these youngsters. tr; smart crisp ao4: effects of Nmated Iron that thousands ofcn'OU8o
C ren who have suffered from Chhd.1 and a certificate of merit. Included weak, fagged out men and women meets winter driving needs
neat, for the ittidioos admirably
", *- : were nearly all of the directors of have often increased their strength,energy
ease it is said, not only change add endurance in only weeks time. ,',
C character, but deteriorate physicallyand > woma the company and the most humble Try Nuxa>ed Iron just two weeks. Money r" r
k wishes to look as I milk roundsman. back if not delighted. But make C certain you' Tudor Sedan Te! wide utility of this popular body type makes it a splendid .
lose control of their emotions. Bet genukie guaranteed Nuxated Iron tablets
.' well at journey's with the letter N I tablet. At all winter car'for the family.
i on every average .
Reporting to the Metropolitan Asylums -
Board. Dr. Charles Glyn says: t end as at the bl IRELAND TO SEEK TOURISTS good druggists.IB $ 5 8 0 In the Tudor Sedan you have a closed car you will not hesitate '

"It seems that the disease pass ginning of her take in weather. in and .
a may Br Tk. A *ttmte4 Press) the movement for popularizing to out any Light weight yet sturdy
:-j' through a phase in which physical tra..cis.Sothisattncti". DUBLIN Jan. %%.-The Free State Ireland as a tourist resort The minIster terd.sdwa8660 always dependable of performance it is safe convenient and .

changes are the only prominent commit.feature government has decided to take part .of commerce has summoned a :iI. %Z tu cr- I I 29O extremely easy for anyone to handle.
that crimes be
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Premet model just *...Mot 20 and View-
-t: ted for which the offender Is not fully uuuuunuuuuununuluuuununnuuuuunuuuuunuuuuuunuunmmumuuPALM In its roomy interior you will ride snugly comfortably.
imported New
i 1 responsible. York to 2L:=.::L== m big its attractive appearance you will never regret your decision .

famous Paris bybe designer ,, I CITY REALTY CO. ABrtc t.w"D.crelI ,to purchase this inexpensive yet so highly satisfactory; a car.

Underground River finds in'" = PHONE 479 V..... an at_ W COBM i .ptijr _Arz.n41
' stant favor in the.. | UNDER GRAND CENTRAL I-a>TEL M all Foid PUan -'; (6 DeUott-7--7"
'May Hinder, Building r :;. 'II
; fair I traveller'seyes .> : -
for it .is A Bargain; 40 acres three miles from city; splendidfor

I 1 LONDON(By Tae, Jan.Atsoclal 22.-An pr almost**) forgotten fashioned ef.mo-t = subdivision already staked, surveyed and platted. E SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED WORD DEALER

i stream the River Walbrook sheen, a soft new = Terms. =
flowing through the City of London weave of mohair 5 Business Lot in City Fort Meade $1800.00. See me.

the with all the ctur = A bargain. =
l Is giving the builders ot Dew J
a.nk'of Englandsomething.t A think ? dy wearing qua!. : Will trade for Lee Co. or Fort Myers property apartment _: ri.J}.!.I..l--I.'J.; v.JU\J ;.,UI J.'JjJ.II .JJ.'W .!J..''.JJ..U.J .JJ..' Y) y'I 1 v..I"UI" '/1 '- i>.! rt

t' about,, It la 30 feet or so below the .' ities of that fat* = house in Orlando Fla. 9 three room apts. now renting -

__ surface, and as long ago as 1598 according ., ric. It sheds dust, E: for $500.00 per mnth, one block from Lake Neola. ::

to historians, it was vaulted keeps its taaloriag: and pressing, is light = What have you?

i over with, houses above it._ :lustrouSt'and refuses to spot. I = 193 ft., on McGregor Boulevard, 300 ft. deep. $8000.-
,In the days of William the Conqueror .
1 a f described as "a brook The plaid silk yoke stock collar and E 00, Terms. =

i of sweet It water"was but baa since developed cuff decoratioii are gay accessories that, = A sacrifice; 8 room house on Royal Palm Ave. In g c

1 i f Into something of a sewer. Its V,>4ivea an otherwise almost mannisblyivwre = best residential section' nicely furnished, 11000.00, I f

t a course Is through the Wall of London + frock otf the sort that fashionable_ = Terms. = "

; i i Moorgate eastward then in the di.I :vtputn: affect,so much these days. 5 Ten acre, Stadfer Farm two miles from city, $500.00 E Announcementr

,,3 1 1 rectlon of the Mansion House and It = per acre. :: -1 ,
i :J is believed that when the excavationsare -
1 made for the new Bank of England | t -,
M. C. Williford, Prop. = ; ., :, ,
I -1 1 engineers; will have seme : -
3 : i J, N. Freeney Salesman ;. .
I ble.Although: underground, the '\.
so | 256 Main Street.
t. 1 stream Is still tidaL The high tide $100 Per Acre on the .' I

I ; 1 i in the Thames presses water up iTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiuiiiiiMillion ';h: .c ','1".4' '1j." .":' '
the beds of shingle as far up aaCheapsids i> Trail ITS =
j along .. .... <
I It not actually under the :: .--f. '- ,' ...:.. .f! "r ,? ....;:: '.. :;; ,:t.fu
I t Bank itself :
l' i Immediate vicinity where railroad r ,, { : ,
c4 'Dollar Concert]
TO.DIG .XUSSEL UNDER THAMES: crosses the Tamiamt Trail front" -
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, .' :LONDON$. (11 y Tae JaB.To A.late< P relieve re s) the lug both sides S 1-2 miles from \; ..For you alone in your own comfortable home, I Jo;.

, traffic congestion In London,' plans Bonita Springs proper. Bette that is one of the joys of owning the t

made tor the construction .
have been 1
of a dock on the River Thames anda :watch this location.Reybold .We are pleased to announce that Mr. W-.C.JLauth, an
tunnel under the river at a coat.of

i> constructed over 30000000.at Darttord The tunnel which would would be & Gates DUOARTIteptodluing | experienced automobile man, from f.Denver, :Colorado, !

divert a great amount of road traffic alt Pythian Bldr.I '1< fis in charge} of our car sales .department. Mrs Lauth
from the south to the north of England Piano-Pianola PianoAllinone : ,

;., don's at narow present streets.passing through Lon- Combined has specialized on the Durant line, Flint and Star cars. .. '

Ganx.;*nd so: These cars are on display in our show.rooms. We will l

'I ., PADEREWSKI.lIomwmBauer. exduanrtly =

"i :' for the DArt Today because they realize that .be.very glad to give demonstration) and show you what
.. coly with the modern Duo-Art facilities: can their perfect: \ .\ "

sl 11 r TELL ABOUT FORT" MYERSl performance be reproduced. .these, new., models.. lIy are. '

: .Popular numbers,too-what a treat to hear them played

:llIomefolks[ and visitors can inform their friends in the! twith all the personal qoelity and swing of the pianist in1 "

< ,... thoroughly and entertaininglyabout the venders of; vaudeville. end, .dance'orchestras. Truly, a wealth of I i ; 1
States moaic with the Doo-Art. '
i.i irrhe l. City of Palms" by sending them The Fort Myers Press. : 1.ti3lF ;
Six 'styles; of Due Art mdnde the ,, -----t ) t& ;
.: 3'The,Press tells the daily story of the'progress'and possibili- DArt Steinway the Weber Steck.Whctiocfc .. .- : .
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; dtcrch'officers refused for f' : too Oatlon for* the relief of agriculture. I IUl111111171i11Ittll{ { == l
$70,000 St6c&;.Company, Chief of Polls )E. hSmith"dandibeld '
r : HtlP the lot on which the church: stands; pending the arrival'of the deputy,I A section report Is being drafted .
The building Is an old wooden one: Attracts Crowds sheriff and member of the Jewett
People who do not want to sell are -- agency who came, secured the car'- '
jy lRtSII1NUSTRlESr afraid to price their property. Last night the Williams Stock Company and prisoner and departc-d for Texas I i .
; ''The peop\e.think about, real estate, ) pla'yed "to a crowded tent'' and I today 'WIth both. "I4th1eHc I WANTED
and talk! about, real estate. I have the; elecirfcar Ugftltag. effects are said< !
t ''tBy TkV AH cUt 4'PrtMl' never seen.a close-op cf each a boombefore. to have been wonderful. "The GIfttrenn' Club : C0ATKT :
tmLL Jan I believe Fort Myers is destined Out Yonder" wis the TjllI for I .
A KUtKl Frees
e SV-frotectlon for Tie ;
.01"J Iran home industries. to become one of the chief cl-: : the cyebing, with! May Blossom Wil ,Meets\ Friday. I
J" thf last bndget by. the Introduced in tined to- become one of the .chief'cit liams's the leading lady'and ;Mariede I t ATLANTA, Jan.-23.-Gerald Chapman -
Free State finance
..j- minister avowdly' as as expertmeaUt -- ies-of Florida, but not as soon .*, Qafferally as comedienne. .Friday night there win be a meet-:I notorious criminal who escaped .l.lII.
': ( .> ee "whether' ft"workedands would Indicate.Th '11\e'\ oicl'eatra pleased the crowd ing of the Athletic club held at the from the Atlanta federal penitentiary II 1 Cotton
.. ; whether !It warranted a permanent Philadelphia Athletics are goIng with its excellent renditions of popn Lesion home at which the completed 'I in December 1923 was returned to Clean ) Rag. .
f L. place In-:i the government's. policy la. to do their spring training In lar music. plans for the new athletic club house that prison this morning by federal .
. f-" t aid to have proved successful. Fort Myers. That la a great thing There were'' something JIb, J800 wm b., examined} dud 4istuss ..',The I authorities who brought Chapmanfrom
; : y The Federation of Irish' Industries for Fort Myers and also for the Ath. people In attendance and aU seeped: to meeting is called for .7:3': o'clock. I Indianapolis following his recapture -
I ?' tF, .. has reposed r that the tax on shoes letics. They will like: it here. 'Other be pleased with the show. The' bill Members( "*ay(Jhat'al0 'people have';?I'' at Munlce, Indiana recently. at the Press Office SS-f
i ;X t has stimulated the shoe trade and cities in Floridahave attracted for tonight will be "The Girl He, Forgot been pledged to stand behind the II.! .
. t t4': # ,,.' largely increased 'lhf'Olltppt: 'of" the base ball teams, but 'this Ia'the tint There will be ''some beautiful Athletic club's plan to hare a club I Ihoule STUMPS JCRYmy .
: tI :' factories The confectionery} trUde j jf time that the "City of Palm*" 'ha* coctumes used 'In presenting this A full attendance is desired .
r4', and the Bottle'm4ing;,trade are said been able to number among Its' Winter -: play. : at' this meeting.Appointed.' -'
# f.i:": ., to have been slmKariy:helped.' 'visitors a northern base ball team.; This show Is given under the auspices Th* .AtsorUtfU Pun) IIIIIIIIIII'U II 1111I111111} 11Im"mil UlIIIlIU'IU! }' III IUU UUlIi XIII111111Illilillfillil11111111111{ ,:

f t 'f':' In thetobacco, trade,'the dnty'Im- Manage Mack was here this week of the KiwanU club for- the San Carlos ;JERSEY CITY. Jan. %%.-Th? Jury '-
:. posed for revenue. purposes has open completing arrangements. He looked benefit of their underprivileged. childucL al the trial of the twelve Weehawken -' .-. .
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, .- ;,, ated as a tariff ADd baa resulted In over the base ball diamond at the Exclusive Sales AgentAs ;' and Jersey City policemen and Civil- ,
"'- ;.j the estahMshmen :sd, agree Statect I fair,grounds where \ie'players'are to I' with, conspiracy to vto-
I ICanlll. tans charged
y ; of their English Irish' .firms trade'conting t fuutftn' 'fo, within retains ana practice) areworked lad was pleased out. hotel'with'accomnodatlon it. De-- Texas Motor Law exclusive. Matthews agents&; Lester the firm have of late the prohibition law, reported this READ 1 THE PRESS 1} AM BE HAPPY:3W?" t'

. !".':: i the tax barrier",{i hey "J't.lpPn}: 1 arranged' tor, and the' pitchers Has Long Reach, been appointed by the San Carlos morning verdict.that it was unable to agree .
"' '. 600,000 <*j buil ,*.,aAles and .catchers or that famous Corporation for the sale of San Car- upon a the ;. .. .. f
,r I : Duvet(given}shmy107tneat. tei'1. aggregation bf 'ball'players wilt ar- Today Deputy Sheriff A. J. McCol- Ion on the Gulf, the "city in the makIng I The Judge discharged' -jury' -:" .... /
phands.. ... ,
; ,: ; ,: ."t rire'in' Fort Myers on ''February .%%4. Jum, of Houston. Tex. and J. H. ." Their territory covers Fort = -- -" :.= :
h .. The other< players will ''come! March heard[ of the Jewett car agency of Myers and Lee county :._,, I' ('Ii :
1st. An'told there will be forty-two the same city left Fort Myers with a The offices of the firm are on the re .
r MIRtAff* ls memberi lathe party; thirty of them! Jewett car and F. A, Shafer in their corner of First street and the Patio :..r. I :;)
Lester :
I: understand; are regular players. custody. de Leon. Cavalli} Matthews $ ,, ;
They 'will practice: daily and remain It seems that Mr. Shafer bought will at once add some salesmen to "
; ; la'this city anal a week' or ten days the( 'tar in Houston, and before departing their staff to .assist In the 'sale of f
! T' before the ,l agne season opens. Mr for Fort Myers failed totcomt thissnrburban. pfoprety, .ru'*- e '
g.' ', <, ... Ii Mack:, knows}-to'all of us baseball en- ;t Jy with the rules of the agency regarding '
I t< OfJ' 1'\iINIaW: rptsslllPUDUTRY) husiasts as'Connie Mack has spent the removal from the state COMMISSION TO REPORT % >z
f It ". tPf{ i; OXFORD. Jafe 22 KB fish;veav- forty+7ears in base ball He la reeogaUedas 3f Texas of cars not yet completely
' J. I las and!?llyem '' whf hive;alwayidepended" : .'one\ot. the cleverest, most aid for. 1 tt. ; ;; ,greasy upon: the Joaty{ kagtcious'managers'' In 'thIs country.He ". f' The authorities telegraphed ahead WASHINGTON! : Jan. 23. The pre-f
"' lf ot 'fere1 en.tar.! \\now, projjg' |[ ;,by kn ...'the game when U'was' crude to Fort Myers and on his arrival last sldent'a agriculture commission ex| 1
I i.- : the simple met1l.od. /of. the.American and he' knows it' POW when 'It has Saturday Mr. Shafer was arrested by pacts to submit next week recommeijjn -
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of develop -----
.'.. .lt : pennls ,Baker .of StratfordonAvon ment. lie used tq be a player forty !
whose hand looms produce years ago; ,He was one of the game's"'
Hk some .otjjthe finest woolen fabrics
i beat' catchers. :II n .
DOW being made In England learned .One has to be wjth# Mr. Mack but : ;
tike .eer* of t t ltabl I".d1HtJ! f.I.Wh11..un.rtii a:.abort .tlm, to understand why he jl' 83 Lots at Crescent Beach* Estero Island or'
: iJatJM"!t northweai 1etsaiong"so well: with Us playersand
woods ed he has greatly extended why) they do so much for him Price $10375.00 cash) balance 1, 2, and 3 years at 8 per cent interest
the possibilities;-of Vegetable dyeing! and th,- 111b.- Pleasant,:affable, congenial I
by combining the native American I ,
'he ,is- evidently who ,
dyes with the other ,Indigo Persian; a mann 58 Lots Same Beach
> and Island :
and Oriental colors.v' 2f-* as--r! aega.the sunshine and not'the sba.daxa ft ; ,

After,EnfJUh die 4.iextlU-maklng.sankJto e1m.:"of.tillage.) industries .. Jie'help)lkes':th the- boys''7onas, "gives: 'folks.:him HeIrantirlo Do" you, intend to _build a home? III i III I Price $18,850.001-4 cash balance 1.2 and Syears at 8 per cent interest .

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a Tery lew .level., but It was revived great pleasure: tQ' take'a young and .r

'. by WUlff-.-' ,rill tM cJ".i.. t JlJwlaUrer. {into promising thefinished! }layer;Jand'prodnct develop'His team him PQ you, _w.at a, high class. investment: ? I it ( :1 Lot 56 by 200 Feet V

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e secrets om wJ a'y. ts'i known. as;* --team not youngsters.i s t =r I i I Between First and Second street on Hough l locate*'! in one of the finest
(. 'jug from old "mina r1 'It. UBd r ,il. Wise leadership they mad !
( ; 'Whe I Vista .. i residential districts palms,flowers, shrubs, and trees, 2 houses all modern
,:,: "h: raised ft* craft 'of 'cloth tIp".Q a splendid showing last: year. He : fUo I ;
1 high exd Uence. .; b44) renjtbene4'tbemIor this year. "% fc* Ij i H i ,. I and garage. Price $12,000.00 1-2 cash balance with ; nortffage 4.aliJf4 ,
i. Much ,of' the worker' Morris was' toI".'Mack vis-excessively modest and '* '" i .lin.< ,' .<' r
'i t for,.* tin lost, for the textile industry makes no prediction as to what the tv f Now is the time : ((1) Lot 100 byfoO| feef ith < : pn two sides--Sixliruh ;-i J I'bIg
.,} has i gone on with 'aniline dyer; 'Athleticawiu_ or will not do. I "could i '* 4 ir flowing well, ggod watef.:' W Xfoanut1JIn.s! 1-2 furnished. Price '
bat the barshofca tad *tertnnsseacg see owtjerrfbat he.has' great onHdence" -. f 1-4 cjish .
'' The values annot be $3,000. Terms balance J perjceat interest.
t. of most *f Ufre,aatitoe..'iIiiIiHJa.JI.9" \ In" Left Rhode's'who will ; k I r< ,
e.4- ., leading-sever*!-- Ti!.!SfglV'textile }join;ihe"'Athletics this; yeaj-.i't Rhodes ,". ....., -.:, t .:
..'' concerns-tor turn*to*the methodrt is only SI years old, and yet Mr.:Mackbelieves '
4 f' jtorri}* and '&.kfl'.' ,. -- he will. Justify'the-faith ,Rio Vista Realty Co.L
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ifii r + for the Athletics by the payment of : iI.
313 Pythian Building :
1., TELLS' the greatest sum ever paid for a base 'cE Damkohler '
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.'Yo ball player, the great Ruth not ex- i ,
;} (continued from page 1} oepted. There has been a great Phone. 48 II ,
o change for'the better In the person I, .v. '-:-. .
b'' U 'tata really) is:Fort Mrs They nel of base ball players. Mr.: Mack ,. '" i'' ".
talk'in six figures. Huge profits are rejoices In that fact. One has but !.p. i r / EST'' .4 TORe 'd E"'t't., S{ ,
mafe over night. Additions be- to listen to his recital of conditions slut" '
are ;;
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... laid oat In all dlrtoM..Alid as, they werejbrty} and forty years i. .: "f r' t 5K;o-= "f7 1": )t.; :
W4JB' same ot. them are ywweU i Krai wjwJh* .knew;them-s4!$ JM&; ;
dajNI Journey away, bck3nl4bie4s? ,a d.ntJJ1w"'tfh'" y Ire t oday .\ 1. i .' ,. 1361rst Street, Fort Myers, Fla../ :d .:::

they,would be regarded. over la the to realiie what a great transformation ,
". next township.'But the lots are sold has been wrought. The drinker 1
} w>}ea offered. A vacant lot oa a maID and the rounder among ball playersnow "
1 street' recently sold for$49,000. Two Is the exception and not the rule. I I !

'''1 years'ago it was whOT.the horseshoe: He-does not last long la any league.Bun .. p ,' .. .. '. ; -
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,,x.; eyes; the'marvelous; grQwthpf'ler} ;exiles, .has, er the ;must! naturally, trend.: .reaches, from the 'McGregor .+1' 1 : ; .. ..4. .( If.I '

,. wonder of the nation and thousands who had the foresight "' \' I I''.. J iJKJiirevarai, : too. tHe':TamlamI'Tj'all* i and} unites\ Themi, ;; i I ,, : l j

7':; : : in the. pasfsix years have grown::irich. .Just now eg ht3'-foot-boti tevard that will be parked in. 'the nl eK,: t't-.. i "', I ; 1.VJth :

., .. .... ? : the shrewdest observers are looking toward Fort My \ ; royal elms. 4 ., 0. ,," ;' ..Ih t,
,- ,' ,> >_...': ers. 'Eyerywhere: it is agreed that Fort Myers is the improvements are./hard surfaced streets, five-foot "'J H.IH_ .f''' ;
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1 ; ,.' .growththatiwiltih.a; few years) make her\ a real\'city: Do you see Florida? Do you see Fort'Myers? Do: you ':

J r. ;.c !J'j-: Fort Myers; has the favorable_ .tteItIo.q} : of the Nation. j tr; see p r t' -'-' -: ,

1 !. M 1 .:... Palm-Lee Park,. in Fort Myers IS mostiavoralbly; locat-:. .1 Call lmLefat1't" |l 'nurober! 200 .or.see,yourJbroker.. .1

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,- -- THE FORT j, MYERS PRESS' .; \'* :.: .: t R

; Rockefeller Donation We can give that boy a hair cat : 1))

Teaching Them Thrift She's "Hard like daddy and. can givev daddy-:the ,
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; vL L: East Fort Myers Notes II II11s I Protects Tapestries easiest was shave a pop he East!has .Fort had since Myers TQwer BarberS !-- ', ,

(Br The A. itlat" mVERSAILLES. ..) 1-2JC
Hilda Golden has --- eta Jan. 22-The Fran
Raulerson has sold his boat
position as bookkeeper packlnc'' co-American commission entrusted
at the John Rlngling and accepted F' 3 e i
.; house of Roy Hanchey Company ,ployment with the em- with the task of superintending the Three Pain Olive Soap, 25e.
new owner of the of the million dollar .
j boat. expenditure 6 Star Naptha washing powder,
.} L Mann, of the Lee County Furniture I wfl 11r Rockefeller donation for renovationand
i44ijiiI z repairs at ersallles. Rheims and 23c. Yes, we deliver anywhere.
? Company
spent II '
: Tuesday rontalnebleau, has decided to put : Talum's.illlllilllillllllliltlUllltUlllllIIIIIIUIIIIItlli. +
Tampa where he
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at.1 to work immediately restoringthe
tending to men
i t business While' I -
cranking father's
Ford ------ ------ --
roofs floors and drainage system -
! I Saturday Hugh Solomon formerly earner w. of the Versailles palace. / /
II Monday evening's Fort Myers Special boy for the Fort Myers Press in i II The work at Rheims and Fontaine _
.. } struck a truck near the Cement East Fort Myers, had his right arm bleau will not be started until the
1 Products Company's factory The en- broken. lie was taken to a physician j I spring. Such is the dilapidated condition -Ii Don't Forget jj
I Cine died, with the truck across the and the fracture adjusted. II of the palace at Versailles

:. ,, $ track and the driver jumped for his Hugh says that he doesnt want any however, that architects advised immediate to use our 1 1r
life Little ,
: damage was done. of I
Douglas Fairbanks' bucking work lest rains. and another :
brones in his. that a Ford Is tricky winter utterly spoil priceless tapes- Item I
.. Roy Hanchey and his father, I* J.Hancher. enough for him. tries through leaky roofs. .
,the latter of Wauchula, were \ LI I = = ,
out enjoying a hunt the first of this THIRD POLLOCK BROTHER COMES ___ Flower Decorations: on a Une,. :: 1' at E ,
". '.week.A Ten thousand flowering plants and ;; ,fI it tTatums
:: D. M. Pollock of High Point N. C., t ferns of various kinds are used every .
t woods ore la East Fort Myers has arrived in Last Fort Myers and r r t "s Ji'FYdan4 S'f year for the decoration of the public I| Store |
i Monday endangered. a new"residence has Joined his brothers Don C and I rooms on vn. of the big '1ran ..t1..*.
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Ii and the chemical apparatus was called Harold Pollock He is employed in f I tie liners 1 uiiiiiimiimniniuuiiimminjiHiiiniiinSCamel ; '

out but (the fire was extinguished-*,the office of the Pollock Lumber trk
out the assistance of chemicals. i Company:
Mr. Pollock is well pleased with I You have the wrong kitten" Delia Irish Pro""" *. cigarete, 2 packages '
,Fort Myers and South Florida and of Is bard, 25c. Camel cigarets onbacco'
.4 Marshal Colon Howell is about well Mangers, alias Alma Johnson, of The beginning a ship a
. ; gain and on the job every day. He seems to be an all 'round good fellow Oklahoma City end Kansas Qty .f q kiln a atone, of a kings reign 2 packages, 25c. Tatum's- '
"j has been making a number of arrests Ito, told Wichita Kas..) police when salutation and the beginning of health Opposite the fair grounds. ,
-'" THREE CARS VEGETABLES A they arrested her But the detectives 'W sleet
for infractions
,1If the traffic ordinancea InA-t she baa been Identified the-
;, ; girt who dressed in overalls anddriving r. ,
Three cars of vegetables will be
: a borrowed .
: -- flivver directed ,
shipped by the Roy Hanchey Companythis I a. bank robbery in Kansas City.
morning there
are a large .
week. There will be one car '"
number of anglers!: on the new bridge of solid tomatoes and the others were S ,
but the catch consist mostly 6r
of mixed
vegetables.!: The packinghouse zv
of cat fish and since Mrs Wolff
Less than wholesale
t began packing tomatoes yesterday : price
has suspended operations She says 3 C +
that edible fish have deserted the Maxwell House and Senate coffee :

bridge< as rats desert sinking ship lb. 50c Phone 94-3 1.2 -: ul!
B. T. P. U, SOCIAL A special window ,far children is tli? innovation of a bank in h.f
T Los,Angeles, Calif Deposits of l less tlvui one dollar are accepted. Rings.. Tat urn's- E. Fort Myers. M '-'
There are a large number of camps I }
Something like thirty-five people attended I
la the tourist but last week .
camp: now
the a Y. P. U. social at the ,
almost available lot was filled ,
every home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page
The personnel of the camp continues last Friday night. Refreshments were 143 AMERICANS GET Real Holdout
(o change almost dally ,'_ ,,. I
enjoyed games were' indulged In and Guy M.\ StrayhornAttorney :

I Dr. R. R. Qresham-, who has been all had a fine time. Our -lumber .and th'{ .J. j
DIVORCES IN PARIS at Law .. !! JIP". .. ,1h : I, I
;,, ill, was able to gq to Fort Myers Tuesday MUSIC CLA>3 ENJ01S_ :. .OtTTNQ:; .. X ngferd Bldg the saw and .
It is good
.... tie, bad something. like',25 :- .,: .. v Fort Myers Phone SOT Tall sts : c e i" .._, .. ::1 ,
**"-" pwfe'iSTlurtng his Illness, lilt friends The music class of Mrs Nettie Pearl DURING YEAR 1923 the way through. Ask workmen '- i il
hope soon see him,,regain his usual
4 tq Batuy enjoyed a picnic at Crescent l
good health:. Beach last Saturday. Mrs Battey1 who have used it. Ask us about es- ;; ;

4 took them to the beach where they '. .
,: Born,'to U; M. Pellicer and wife of enjoyed the bathing and there were) French _Capital Handle Total of Just received factory shipment timates. \.i I' 4?4;' : ,.
of tobacco U. S. Marine
East Fort Myers, a boy Monday plenty of refreshments for aiL Mrs 7,061 Cases Of Those Mho Agree i I
Mother and child: are doing well. Louisis D. A. Page. Mrs. G. R. Dupuy, Mrs, To Disagree and all lOe Tobacco 3 packages25c. .
employed, atthe Royal palm Walton GiUIam and Mrs Beall were Tat urn's, East Fort Myers.\ "Better Lumber Here"
Market, also present. There were twenty-five. .

'. pupils in attendance. (By Tile Associated rrr,,> ft' '" :
Luster and family have : ;
5 PARIS Jan. ZZ.-Amerlcan. divorces -
V moved Into one of the Heines 11.0.... SHOWER TO MRS. SIHXOXS 'granted in the Paris courts: I Pollock Lumber Company ; :
t Vacated by Mr Suggs who moved into during 1923 numbered. 143 out of a I New Spring: Hats
the house vacated by R. S. FossclL The ladies of the Edg wood Baptist total of 7061 While the percentageof BUILDING MATERIAL 3:
; The latter moved into his own home church gave Mrs Venice Simmons American divorces as regards the I V
pewi1erected. I who was recently married a showerat total number seems relatively small Every week. Felts at a i East Fort MyersSplitProfit i .

her home last Friday afternoon it .U mach more Important when one bargain : a
{ S A Mr. Mar l n, brother of the late There were' fifteen ladies presentand considers that all the divorces obtained ", i
W. D.. Marsh has arrived in East Fort Mrs. Simmons received many by other foreigners of all nationalities Come see ray goods. I
I ; Myers from his home tn,Jowa and will! handsome presents. The ladies car- during 1923 amounted to
''1 remain'tltroughout the winter ried lunch consisting of sandwiches only If1' I Mrs.\ A. F. Kaune Ij
G A. Lunduulst the barber who salad and cocoa with them. It was No' ,pedal. legislation governs the
. = :baa been ill for some time la sUU a very pleasant occasion issuing of divorces to American citi- East Fort Myers Millinery II I I Grocery
I very poorly He, wa ..able to go to sans la France and none U in course I ,
;', thefaoii) >and shave himself. yesterday M.: )[. TILLIS RETIRES of pret ration. fj- i
; He hopes to be back on the job soon After tbe McAdoo-IUger divorce ,
.- The firm of Mann Jfc Tlllls owners In '192H; which caused some criticism and
1 miter Thomas, who has been very 1 l cj the Lee County Furniture Company,, It btltg claimed that the existing Bulk coffee best grade lb. 38c '
in ,for eral l*weeks Js once more has been dissolved by mutual consent law, b hud not been observed tha thenPremh.T Three cans No, 1 Tomatoes 25c. t
4I able to be out and look after his, and M. M Tillis has retired from the Poincare ordered an investigation deliver
i } Yes we Phone 91-3 1.2 z
:real l estate and'farming interests He firm. A I. Mann Is now sole owner : to be made at the court house ,
;:jjoes not.'looJcJfea,his'old self at. U.1 of the business. ..ltil the facility with which'divorces I Rings Tatum's.. Meat Market"As i i j
Mr Tillis will continue with the wfr granted to Americans in \ ---**,--;- -Wll jJ

'TI> V'' deals} ) j i*porch fc'East> Fort Myers,In same capacity ho has been acting before The inquiry proved that both Mc- who! drove in the ma thatd.pfded the'name indicates we split the:profit i! I
) the 1924 world series with
the last few days but can not be! 'Moo and linger had legal domiciles
etutbentIC tel. ,The lots Just west of"Ffttunft ; Business\ will be conducted along]I in France and that a duly registered %the\ayliinvloii.Otanl Thai h won tmse the hit no litl.dot-M Cot I I BOATS BUILT with bur We are able to do.tHis' byelimk;: i. I

.;. : store" has been sold and a the; same Use as heretofore and the i certificate thereof had been filed. has caused McNerijr' 10 ttuosl klrrkT I I and nating large overhead expenses;-s come ., 1:
large warehouse will be erected 1 firm expects to continue'doing a'"land The :present legislation in France for Ib* 4-omlng'_*un u V .
...e,.. The n&R1e. of the new owner[office business... **__ I rarities that In applications for to nlrra'ljr Ibud amonc the, an REPAIREDHeavy in and learn our way of? saving". ut'customers 'i
inns not. tearMdr :vorces emanating from American I .tgneet; money. : :' ,
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IOL.) lUSDELL WILL' BUILD tllxeng) the laws of the various 1 cylinder boring ad other

.j' -The lliTt-OftAcej packing house Bn- state* In which they live in the Unit TIle Century PUnU machine work Golden Icy, tall l milk per can . .t. !.t;? .% lOc. r
tolled the. fruit OB hand at 3 o'clock: Cot. R. W. Randell informed the .
',7ae4y np r fnooa. This company manager of this :department yester-j !ed State shall apply. The, report that a century plant GEAR CUTTING I R scdalq Apricots, No. 2 can .'.T. d s;. ;. .'. 25cRoscdal '

'1ik.: sort 'ml Jfee:others, has packed day that he will, probably build on J <1 : Blooms only ace In a hundred years .. it's IOJE Peaches No,.3 cans . ... ..i\. .. 30ft ", j :
'U probably due to the Impatience of IThea WE H ,
this/season./ tis lot where the house burned Monday $ following ,
a lMerphtantW 'Wlrthcr It is a haircut shave of In The are all Libby's Cannfd'goOde> 1
WOIM It$ admirers. some parts EIGHT
what he
He did
6o KtUe ,,tike thirty, tents dive would build but not he'say slid just intimate that \Saif;lam poo.Fort massage Myers, : Barber or what Shop not can tbe of South America where It grows wild \ Fruit Salad, No. 2 cans -. . . . ;,,'*.::;/. 40cJlelba : U

: build with brick concrete. blooms onee la eight' years but,whenIt i Halves Peaches No. 3 ... . c ': ,, '
b..n:f4&t n.. lh'the tourist camp and he would or five your good service, 1-22C has been transplanted Into green- i ,. cans t$8 "::1
a 0* sew arrivals,were noticed t 'JHts,Stated.,that there have been #: toases under artificial conditions Ksbbmmlnz WLLIAMSBOAT \ Apple Butter, Np. 3 cans . . ... ... .rr.:33c': .t.s4 i

,.7,- -.:' several fir list iia asking for brick rent bojldng *t ": datfr Is romA -h pr donvML 1I WAYS i: PineapPe.No.l! cans .. . . .u. :.V;.-;!. .f. 19c ;t ..
.i t the Fort
-6"'" 1: <; !In ; Fort| Myers. 1tPlI< > ,drove all-the ,business:purposes. "There }3 na dcsibt I II tyefi-Palm Beach Boulevard yesteray. -' .e can cut mother's hair and make I Pineapple,. No. 2 cans, crushed pineapples.. '.J'" ,

; = : O.80rinp I but,that with. /"proper> easiness blocks I, : Refreshments were served- ana-- hleook like her daughter and give East: Fen JIjccs \ Pineapple, sliced, No. 2 cans : ...-j; |.*'.'.. f ;

I !: .ho.;;trtidttG Jta :a; bank." fag storey shoe store >wi }U bad a pleasant Jm! the daughter a stylists haircut. too.Bast Pineapple, sliced, No. 3 cans: .. .*&,.** ? *.::4 C'I\i '

.: ; abe says i other stores' ,and ,business1, nooses. ... -:'......... :! Fort Myers Barber Snop. 1-22c. I Maryland Blackberries; No. 2 ; ? '. '
1. cant.
Fort Myers "
tkt4(; se -0 'weather tn Boston would locate,14 East : -'k-- r ,
;:; -.c, Moe carpe sin, .ovei.A VH"14 'hoped' that Colonel ,Ran eel b) >;, t Crystal Brand pitted red Cherries. No 2 t :!.... 5je| *'; +

. i ." yys treat it.is 'a. mod has :a business-block tntnlnd aaftt ,frinceAlbfrt, the fa*orite tot Market, : Western and Florida Good Syrup Gat 98c. Florida:i Flar'Brand Bartlett Pears, No.. 2 Icon"F. .'. .. 3ici,h' !
1 of. the i.locations la tawn' < meats veil, groceries, dry We .
bad one, best ba 2 25cTatum's > gas 1 Syrup Gaf.l.35. save you'nery . . .. . >:
j .,:f't;. _____ toe business. purposes_
'cotrfned to Opposite the tale all, bargains every day., 1 tum's .big'store East Fort My- Our Meat Market < ; :'

{ r-... r"yU'an .a.ttack'.oC:frlea4e WILL! ,IIA\E.REAL-, DREG STORE. *'F**li8t13. Where? Why at Tatum's. East; jers.VEGETABLE Fresh Stuffed Sausage, Ib. . . .. *HH." 28c ,- ;I

; day. or two. Tbe- drag sundry store of Roy "B.Gilbert 1 ::::- .:. Fort Myers. Com Crib Sausage,Ib. ;.. . .-. . .:... ,..:. 20c .
""tr" :U to become a real. honest! : -- ---- Florida Pork Chops, Ib. .. .. . .. ..i ii '.,,:25c :;

I '" who has besa I to-0codness: drag store in few! days, Florida Pork Ham Ib. . .. . -
t ,) 26c
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.. ; .... Mr. Gilbert has employed W fJ you Cues. Paper, \ f! ted ;
jtaltsa,: ,f o t r : "?'ti;a registered pharmacls!fro Q :GROWERS'get other PadOng Slatertal ol us.. Other Florida Meats, Ib. u .... ...._.,20.t23c g I'

t 'tBOVgkt y .oQ:1-:1 Savannah; ; GiL. and' will get in a sop-' Try us and, be convinced of the quality.o| our meals
D'o : lA' few and will We da;cusjora for the growers under ours .
ply of drags a day .
to ti will find
*avd f hi and you always quality satiifactory.Graccry .
able : it kwuIB ]I
tke be., fill preM !1 {
'j, the: meantime' Mr, Roberta I j i" R litry r a>;id .
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tI of ; ,I Itaaiaeois.. 1 clerking .and assisting Roy inARF{ ;! ..'Al .iIeld''' 'anBV ersiaa ,the\ }a* ef perf t,..., : t I IrI + 5S ml Market e Y V

;, A:be'tyisii:lln tto'leam,.eur ..price: [oa"Cnrte '_ 1.1. \ ,

he their lints attket aWB.oYIJHend\et.C"\ ; rZa4':Fort ii e .E1*! $ 4V 4 Ead)""ot11b'en'f
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The cra4t of bathing inc; t4! ..e tg.. Jt win beptHC. let .r '
; l.M } t celebtawill ; IRA'w. SA'PI'General
ti&fjRaise, Standardof .y Ki.t -2ROUNDFLORIDA I t suit parade, slide parades motor Toe ..* .. Ube --.r.. f. :? .
t A' F ?- I I Jar! Tke AMMlaMV Frees/ boat rasa and pyrotechnics. ff'IIhy' rMg t.".wtth. Hoar Second Hand Dealer
1 it--Jl" '. Music America 4 I us i to ..... O cfiU3 expect thbuiJ4lltc. Phone 444
1bto : TAVAKES-Plans are under way; PENSACCUl-Frank X Carroll to be centpleted in time tor f Frt 11en. Plor1d3..
for the construction et aa 18hoe&Ql J representative in the lower house ot use "n.cIa 11 for the anoal state t tWolinurBeJtt. 219 Oendry
nano -{ 1 U tyi ( coarse near here oa: the ClerontLake | the Florida legislature. and Angela j _. --
' lE Dora road. Preliminary Haley Man trip to Saint Petersburg
saint. ; a UllftIKnri: iUnllliWrUl1mUrllU.fJJORmmtfDHtr!
I sill !
work (flaying out the coarse aready !- as soon as road cen@tJGAa per- "i
whet place (ii begun J.\ modern dub|tmit....for the purpose ot placing. mark-' rJflJ
said h >*use tort' the members will be erect-1 ffrs 'on the,, Chicago-Florid. highway.! 1 ..., ra. ::. '-. J1 -
t '- e4 :on l "-.inall island in Lake Dora i Tee will take up the wore at Cresttj To' all it arty coacen" A bertlt :: '{ S
-j.-k'----J a cl'piBii to> ann(BMemeAt Theccul'8e "Some I
ttew which road Hasibfea
has i- l point ili | notify all parti tint I w81 not e 1rue i::11 peaiaisI.nvestigati..g
huTarr lies at the poaK Dora of a< section!I mated. and con tin oe:it through ,nstbte5 *' say debts'my; .*. !; ,}
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d nrrounded Lakes ,
tf by l Enstis : '
the Sunshine City .
Hurts sod to Representa Sarah fjEpsiuK. may incur for a3sy jposestar j=: :';'
f Deauclaln' t tive"Carroll says he hopes'to teH the. abs has tefTsry babe G:#4'vlr"j': .1
and 'lL-The:;:; ; story of re scoa's development" at and protection.. This January 16.13 i r-m 1 : I IOn
to bIn DE Tolnsla county:j, every opportunity. %!n. 'fi| -w I
fair: begins January 27 to laat LEONARD B. SLl-SSER. i t=
poeeated through Saturday night the thirty- '; TAMPA-On December 31. ltZj, 1-15. 28, 29; 2-51 j I 5
first, will eclipse any fair ever held [I the number of visitors that bad registered Ij three -
-------j= second lot,fronl..EVAU s avt
h1 the ; Tourist Information Blake street
the ceanty'acootdtng to those bekind I with the Tampa -
of ; the arrangements!: this winter. !, Bureau totaled 4,353 as POLK COUNTY 5 good, lm. room and store built tagethr. Lot 5b150.1I _
theE Exhibitions of products of the farms !| compared with 4.120 on the same: II reth orO.OO per nwrth and
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the and homes of the county will be date list season. Officials estimate ORANGE ; ,rcge.
; In will bring $&).X)0) Price $-J, ,OO-$2OOO) cw*. ,A fine investment ::
aoa, f PALACE : ahowD. addition to these school ; that wily one-eighth of the visitors FESTIVAL I :: -
tee '' authorities are planning to hare i here registered which they believe, from every standpoint. w?
((9 24ea
.hare very pupil and teacher in the county; indicates approximately 35,000 ali WINTER HAVEN good rooms
in off McGregor Boqjevard, fife
Close just
resent on January 30 to take part i together were here at that time.
as to children's day. FLA. and bath walls nkely papered, rain water tank, good gar-
I G.1I\ESYILLE-Desun. few days January 2S-2a-30-31: i:: age and driveway. Lot SG d60. The best in this section
FORT PIERCE-Representatives before the end of the Christmas hoUI DOVT HISS 1TJ II of =
= Price 40001000. cash and buyer assumes mortgage
from practically: every clinic and daya. inundation forms for the newI !
patriotic organization in this city I I basket ball court at the University $ ,ooo.oo. payable $..5' .00 a month. S
will take part in the Floreasco (Florida -lof| Florida are now ready for the Orange Rwer.-Twelve
Also one of beauty spots on
last: Coast) celebration sched--concrete and the steel for the struc-
'I I and one-half acres, five acres in splendid bearing grove; _

awaitFirst : : !: :J JI one and one-half story house five rooms, with bath, all modern =c

*' ; flowing well hydraulic ram and garage. Beautifully

depe S Church of Christ, Scientist Fort Myers, Florida c I' i iI' improved river front including an island in frost' of house. j

the off ANNOUNCESA I' dI :: Price, $20,000$6,000'cash, balance easy. E

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Avon aomi :- I on L! I fidelity :Real }Ist.tC. : I

now BJ"JOM' J. Flinn,C. S. I REALTORS. i
Of Evanston, HI. _! We want our cmtomers Ii **- :=:
whil to derive satisfaction :
*wooc r Member, of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church from every purchase. I W. )1. Gill Manager, =

by the < The'First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Therefore, we sell only I I I: 60 Jackson street. Telephone 466. JEIf
auto supplies of tested :
dyes AT COURT HOUSE AUDITORIUM quality standard merebandiae. ,: '
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MADAME ; = Thursday: January 22, 8:00: P. M.: I I J : ,.
tries 'Everything for the CaraAuto .
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sttreseen>y .. : = ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATIENDp Store Ij f f.. You

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:;bat tr1Y* I'i I .Business :Property or: :a Site on ,
of m Cinema Palaces Get'Best with at the New York careful Symphonyand study' E the listings in this office jrou can find some ) mMl' .1))
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teadicoac '. l't Orchestras end Singers, of music in began this country. 3 that will make you money quickly. There are other piecesof E ll'ni!! I ,.1 I... which to build, a Home or llusiness't

I" Says'Madam'Stralia, :: : ;Kories Help :: property that you can buy for your own!i home. .--Not a !! :Realiiy [;
'ft -' "L think I can safely say that ;: piece listed but will resell later for more money, .Look over
i4a fJaJIl Ten years ago,* nit ptaca ofPt ninety per cent of-the American the' following: '; .' building. If you wantl.landsuitable :
.saraag rat that was ,preppIatmngcts p.u. idea .of good j4SesJgrllli1inz development :
: patrv ed chdybri s bar and.Ii mxLse from the motion' picture: I tie ZV tt Cac rEfJ7orlda Ii.Ii.D" i
moron .The,plftf w** known as theatres." she declares. "There
,.: a nkltefedeorv am.ior; are-cents has never-been.-any organization =_ _ACREAGE.. for plattingor Jor fine Citrus Groves. '
': the patron could see.a slapstick except grand opera which has
h comedy and hear.* wheezy me- been able to attract: the 'same E MyCrs'ovcr1Q.oking
Fort river-al-
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.! Tagtime.ekanteal, piano The": grind'oat'nickelodeon, crude was class hare of these musicians gorgeous and moticn singers picture as. : -reacty} subdividelhand'tai\ 1otalntE d off;' Attractive' prices and On Memorial.-. 'and Highway* : If it,is anything in:tealty l
generally located in"a hastily theatres. -Perhaps it is because : t' On Old
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nade-over barroosa ftsul tile chair they are able to pay: a great Tampa Bay
w vere nsraaUy borromd tram the deal more than'others or perhapsit E. rTract! of,2,8Q0rtcr'es, use to city; l,725Hacre tract, I
'judertaker The nickelodeons next door is because they eater to a high S northeast of cityiAtKKHacje tract "west $f city,, cheap; Bttm44n
f J' rrowa.tatojfp n'AaUar fear motion now -remains standard that of audience.if. ft;were,but the not fact for 5 2,000-acre" tract east' "-Naples, cbeapT T+srpa.and SL2'cIe: wgQLD
n :! picture psMtv.a a 'seating as the -Hnotion picture theatres 1 SEE
,j many as fire tho }1\d.people, and, America would ,be without real Twenty-acres,, on -the. Boulevard, will. make .an excellent I
{t the cliankal''pwDdbaabeen: music except;Jor the opera companies subdivision. 1I I ;
::I l r supplanted by sixty piece jmr.., symphonies in a few
i(1 i phony orcbestraa *r JUrge,! .Fifty-six acres ,on the Dixie Boulevard, wonderful 1I I
F -. Best Music, < Reaches Heart E proposition can be made into a fine subdivision. 4--e : Semiiiole Realty Co. :iuC.

!l' heR'1a.1Jd"Thwe, orchestras furnish 4-Alateu the,- *I do' not necessarily' mean'classical := Fifteen acres in Stadler Farms, wonderful. subdivision. I ,
:- si :::1ft l"mu ic; -I :
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r 'td P ama' Atictraliaarbsadonna = mean music,of the Jieartmu i t
r. P now touring the that can be understood by people E Tract with 1,000 foot river contains 49 Jackson St. First
frontage, Street
country with'motion pictttteeymp : wand stifl'Is'not cheap. .I'a;11 acres. *cry* near

.. ptl A' at* ;Conre St a lit U *was Garden.snct -sinjcir.g wattenv herein jamber:;Ante now lca,ihptwae: called; Close to Crescent Beach road tract of 640'acres.On :

A .f:._\ John 1.0 -McCormack:- yme"&ere""Op and creating 08 rte' Deep this is In not My now Heart a classical Although sons: Pine? Island we have for sale 180 acres of good land ;HARRY Phone $21
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many' soprano" Tales for English and may never be-in fact it can: near extensive developments.
s i operas -' be danced to-it nevertheless is a P
( She,was brought-to this mug perfect example of real Americas 0 I _
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:: .. Kentucky' and Sirs. Jr. .J., Cbadwlck. last week. Mr. Firmer Is employedwith TO ADVERTISERSAll
--; New Tork." : ABROAD NOTICE
MOTOR TRIPS the road contractors.Mr.
for the Fort Myers Dally
Clarence Collins is, a business Tl- At Banbury Cross and Mrs. Yidlund and Mrs. copy for ten o'clock on Mon-
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The s&ihel bo in the office not later
clijb. should
Qvlo i Jiald. ,, JU pitoTr.lojiio I f "Jsl!B,4'> ra..p'JUDI3: ) TRAlVEL Schell motored to Aha to visit :Mr. Press For f
TALKS Saturdays.
regular monthly meeting mt, 1111'- : SIXTH flE A SlfttlES-OV. Soderstroin days, Tuesdays Wednesdays. Fridays and
dpira/ iropaeF orklJdronIdvn4y4+wA and dr rj:: Suday afurnooi than
k Gable*" Tuesday 'afternoon of it ..1\lt.dlf1-\ tAR inlsp.n41t4Pd4110'' } Air, :1. ..!__:,:. _.. .. ._ ...c -....-;:--, ......-. ;._ .....-- I !;: ""'" vr: :. Thursday: paper it should be in the office WednesdaY not later eVe-
.week, with r.A.attq4a.ee: got ,twehtyeight relatives at "Palm Lodge." -the public minI'Banbury. I ___ 8 o'clock in the morning and preferably

t 'lowing the- icpeniag prayer and .songs I Ilaakel Daniels spent the week end land Is chiefly act Banbury Cross vat liams' Stock show, In Fort Myers, Moniay.eTenlng. subject to possible insertion on the fallowing days. <

Lionsor ; < .: at Fort Myers. Other.,-taltors"-tribe leQc1ated ;wills\ #*.rae. ,J a 'breadline: 'in the : THE FORT SIYERS\ PRESS '
; > City of Palms the past weeV-JIrf; and moat Banbury cakes
r lo the atteraoott't';"tpnlcs rpi'n. new Mrs. C. J. Knapp.Mrs. N. R. Perry F and with the Banburj iniddk ages.Pk Mr. Vidlupd worked last week In
Tear 'wlUtl!o a..ad iex eptia. Mrs., Hazel and enaud laying fireplaces. ---- -----
| P. Bailey Miss\ Reed .W. Cross ; fij]]H,>arsery- ------
Barnes respoase t *C Jk,ta : tat olo. s Jbeuwi t1aua1a \ jnat- ,though! orlfUjial Mrs. Finney railed on Mrs. Scliejl
ti tans were 6ncidej>| and.iepanttleit ',\i1a U Nlitt'weUt Qpt: 'Fort Cross tws long Monday aftg!noon. ,t*

Reports made MlsgiLeana'Hamilton Myers Saturday toattend.; the exert i l. ,Since disappeared its 1
teacher of:Jta pBbMftAheol express- leI to be held Monday evening at kite; shown'above] fa A. T. Vidlnnd attended the Methodist
: taodemOaci
i id tor.herseltaandf: |, apti4>' apprecUJon "Franklin .Arms commemorating the marked foUowinr by.a in itsThstn confernoe meeting which..-Was r Y -r -
f| .of t>".the'D.-1| ere?I birthdays of Robert E: Lie'Stonewall lines the; origi- IIIld in LaBelle Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .

Qae1YM'1tih>! ;,R Bailey had! Jackson, and qomnxxjareM laerya 1'1.1 !!1IaI atructuie x.a .
)ad d yaJd.v'The' -.....- The famous B..-
Schell attended the meeting of
county dust; some : bury Cakes bare :
: The return of Mrs! Matthews Tue8-/
isu' the union carpenter. Monday, in Fort '
been made in ensbroken jy RI
:length end'loral support;pledged 'to day from Lewlstown. Pa where she I tradition from Myers.

tie president the aniocUUoB?JobnM. attended the wedding of }her son T. c.1 the'early n'.f the '
Boring.'i.-Jhe' most delightful umber Matthews, and Mien Marjori* 'Woods la ITfll' "century"'wren. = I I ,

of the pjrocruB<:wa uavaddresen : eagerly looked forward tile; i ; .,v._ ,, I thJ.I :'eonf a' '.-d
v "Reverence : and -.Idealtsja1'hby< first tavent* 'w> 'are Y..w Easy }Way to Break
.. .. lie'ie Ji"11\ theakrl'jfY awi'M
fror. R. B. Eo Chapp.ol Fend ., ; lily, ,PhUsdllphltae*(of v th!CfJnest :" Isr with htr, patrGt.otrr'f ; :.aaa A lW a.''oI'a; hotlrotld pro ;Severest Cough' "\, :
), wet glT.;ybtfot. pit jaost>fortun- Mrs O.:W. MIskimin for the remain. Banbury-as, niericaomotorUU .
its club-Ui al/fsttU beiac'JU brevity der of the season. ia KagUind Ko matter how long you have bad
: ; It Woe:jlolhiwad; l bf>w general so well know.B.nbury persistent,weakening cough-no mat

$ $lsdusov-t&tfdofetat! wafcli all Mrs. Barnes went to Fo/.tJ.i1Ur/ Is 63 mild __ _. no ..' ter without how success many-remedies youcan usually you get have relief tried in- ;
t r adjourn; W. tbetdintng.yoam{ where Monday, to assist In the celebration, from London'and the atITamI often relieve the_ntire coogh conOition 1J FloridaTrairt i
4. a off..'and cakei.wereserved; ,iaad a social I by the Laetltla Ashmore .butt, chapter : .highways are ,excellent OmHar CkryJtr UaxutU Uotar Cvmntio The method in 24 hours is based by a on very a remarkable simple method.pre. Cue .
I half lhouv, ed.i iJ..t' u. D. C. the "Frarittln"Arms", acrvtion known as Dr.Kmg'a New Duoyft'Y
eaJor at 'The decorative cross jRlVf a 5oek-4or.C to 1.abor7 i Cross, forCouKhs. You simply take one traspoonful .. 'i
1. I.* ? .'*" ** i baring charge of the musical numberson which now stands lathe while lorn and bold it In your throat for IS or 20 aecooda To Chicago-St.LouJ .,
_t : .satisfaction To us a //M lady oa a ; before wallowing at,without following with
Much the of their the is
; program. Honefolr BO
4.rd.g.rs, and bails o. JUr t 0", water. The prescription has a double action.
k friends the Tinge oa It Those who prefer comfort in travel always :.
I JtemMr.-Md iMri-John Hart older than J ear not only soothes and heals aoreneaa and irritation
v .. tlaU la >. + too da but it loosens aDd ,,'
Sin iq quickly
Uwas wn T.v fOIl.L removes
vhm train with the homelike -
) A. F. of.RIhhmond: 1SD9 choose the Floridan-the *
i1 .pun of CaaduvNeW Jersey;are againtThe In. Gayle Iu- the phlegm and congestion which an the direct
'i .. 'at-Casa" Vbel. : sted tB eorameaior- cause of the coughing. The prompt re Solid Pullman all-steel ,{
Ifwttfctwtf jot season.Mr diana arrived Tuesday atmosphere. ,
the I Frederick III of Cermaay with the Prin'ceM -
the lief almost and the
L f Emperor seems magical aukknesa
the f
:;: 'Ht"-' \ Mrs Gayle la' one ot''the! former7 smooth roadbeds and automatic :
I Royal of England.<< It stands near the origins site of the cross with which the whole cough condition disap equipment ,
. '{ '. and Mr... *"red-Johnson, Mrs. :guests of the hotel and finds the improvements rreeted br Edward I as a memorial to his queen. The original Bmnbury pears IDa better is often for simply coughs amazing.cheat colds There,branctnt is noth lfo signals. Valet and maid service-observation

i Vred Bottler...' 'Mfe* Hamilton took very delightful. Crocs was deuoliJ* >ed ty Jbc ruritaos hi 1603.wan. throat bronrhialasthmajioarseness.and irritation. Economical,too almost,.s to*every 4owis club, and dining cars-all combined to .I 55 1-
t tipper alrPmnji' Raw Tuesday even- only one teaspooniul. Oo sale at aIIl|good provide the utmost in travel comfort. ? ;,:
fat and .Attended tZplctnr..bow: ** C. C. Patrick ,and Mr. Pa>. druggists. Ask tor
, 1if : .' Barnes : Mrs. Patrick will, Join him IDALIA L*.F.rt Men __.:10 ,:.. ........ ;::
e at Fort' MIen; it.'t't .;::mer' of Lexington. Ky.,-fart ive4 -ajt-- later. L".J ekw. UI. __1:00 L. I> -- j.
ti 1 )'tJei : nrdayat Casa YbeL Mr. PatrickTias'spent i IiIJz o Ar.St. Luis __I2lia. uAr.CkUai ; ,. i;
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several winters
; Among recent trrFtUat, "Casa. on
? Mr. and 'lolrs. Knapp of Casa Ybel
Tber are'mr, Patrlcaiof Salesburg Is one of its most energetic fisher- Mr. and Mrs. U II. Fitzgerald had DISCOVERY ;
.. bad as their guests.Sunday Mr. and TONHall's ) e
-: Mrs. Fred Lynn, of Raveppa. Ohio. as guests Sunday. Mr. aad Mrs. a
-: ,;: .Iv" J and Mr. and Mrs. J. Honecker of PaTlsou and son, Harold. Mr.. and
Cleveland. Mrs. Thompson and Herbert FUz SiC n Ql i

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W. J.. Miller let Athens Ga. who Catarrh

spent a week a( Cat Ybel early in Coml-i'nei Florida's dependable all year train-Pull-! 11
the season, arrived Monday for another and Mrs. PInney moved Into M'e 41' 1ft'is I
/ 147.00 BF CUL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE J'romFort Ur J short visit Dr. Miles' bouse In Slngletary grove roan, dining and observation cars--on time J: I I
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e. It ninety day, via Sailings from P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo hit Ar.Cltlea..1.5..... III

i' s- ",' Eajo"Port Tampa* this 1 Delightful P. M.H.sn't: sea Trip. Visit Gay Itarana and t ''f'OJaJ,i > : : PM-terenaitus Ie. 4ih. < ad dessristive! f.id.r call it er taster j
". l Closerin I II. CANCERS CUREDAt I II'
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For letormatlonv descriptive booklets, tickets and reservations, call KELLAM HOSPITAL
Hill.born The, KeUam u..-..... Hospital X-Ray Barns cures QLnar and Chronic, Tumora -
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Tampa. Phone 3232: L. s.. Scott T. P. A. Care A. C.,. I* 1 Acreage floret!! without the ua of the knKo. X-Ray, t
a Ticket;0 flee, Tampa. Radium Acids or Serum and we have w
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), P. & 0. "Steamshii) m anI 'l 40 Nacres i irj NEVi of sec 5, Twp. 45, IU25, only $100X0 | = KEI.AW HOSPITAU 1_ I . '

5 per acre,. Fifteen acres of, thb! is improved and,, eneed; .,|gi '1(17!, W,,t.M:,,"@' Riotamood. Va. .. .. J

!i !and has dwelling house! and other. ipiprqvements. Or 5 I IF
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t tK :: in 10, 15,'20, or 25 acre tracts. This ]Is less l than three |5

I IS 1 "', ... \to.. -r :.j| miles frtm city limits, near Startler'* Clearing,,and ia i =e :

,the cheapest acreage !leftihia closQ J tp.t wn.-.will take ; StUDEBAKER I

: Today's Specials quick action to get this. e S ,

3 40 acres adjoining new railroad in Sec. 7; Twp. 45, R-25, 5 ,

fBusinpss i! Lots Tamiami Trail suitsJle'f : just across railroad from new golf grounds, and the .= "''--
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't t :'P. or Community stores.v : S sold for $350.00 per acre, and this 40 is more =E

:: desirable. If you want a subdivision at a bargain price, REDUCES

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'iE V1$10n g and is at present only priced at $300.00 per acre. This j

tTwtil' 1 f 'et. \vTde at this point al-j *. i zE ,will increase in value rapidly, being between the \ PRI CEs. r

J''" ,' a -:,)1'ft I is S Tamiami Trail and lands.which recently sold for nearly !

ti PI parking space fort $1,000.00 per acre. A word to the wise, "Snap it up.'* i -- -
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25X100 5 grove, n little more than a third in Oranges, balance j jin !"l-

.' ,. 1 ; ? Grapefruit. The price is only ,C,000.00, and if,you j I On All Closed Can! .

i a ; ; .:; : ers; $2,000 inside :\: 5 want iUeatethia a;;'nice for'a little home place! close to town you cannot MuI' j I ; < ..., % u _

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GOGORZ '} And really you cant blame it, for here they are Cut don't ask :II Bone for 8:1': ings. : I II
us to tell you which is which. The only way their mother. Mm. Otto I "
Peter .,lweaJJhy..j3noher.) oan distinpuiah op*,from J&e. other in byape. } i4
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Qogorza. Jeritza was roads: possible by a co-op irative can toward equality of cultural op
ts, ltartlneW. Matienau er. McCor- arrangement between that portunity with his city brother. X
mach Ponselle Schnmann-nelnk company and the American Tel feel that our company played a .
'h ,and Scottl-oil these have become ephone and Telegraph Company.The major part In that progress through: Enjoy .
'. first! of the radiorecitals em- the development of phonograph ?
,_"''i strong concert probabilities for the anated from the studio of WEAF. and the enlistment of the real musical '? A/Delightful Hotel, Soft Water in the CQUPE ;
; fans of the country. New York. and was broadcast stars of the world for Victor fc -
John McCormack and Lucrezla simultaneously from eight other recording. Now we are making .....
Bath Steam Heat
? inaugurated on New Years studios I another contribution the value of "
night a series of radio recitals by "The most remarkable educational which no one Is likely to question.." r
_the world famous artists of the development of our time. Mr. Among other Victor artists from Lovely Solarium
f Victor Talking Machine Company. E. It. Johnson president of the I whom selections will be made for '
have Ford in ,
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wireless the efforts of the top. said in discussing the Innovation.!I ca. Fleta Cordon and the Surf, Bathing, Excellent Golf

$ :; "' &otch artists la the musical world i-is the progress: of the rural Ameri- tlonzaley Quartet; ._ ___ Music and Dancing Daily cellent! condition. ,Priced to ,,; = .f

'r. ALVA Major-General Charles S.Farnsworth ladies being present and an Interest-

ti. i f_fn -" ; -',.: a&d.vUe thrpngh et.W.shington p,-CL'who In artotlrlJJg' -meetlagvhtid..'; _--t. _'iA"h1tnbtr '" t-' *' Wonderful l Fishing} and Shooting' 1 1t move 1\.t tonce.. b f *<* .. *
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Wednesday ,calling on > of* Ia41e| IUNt A.
) pretty new sign. It Is now open for ; "
-; .,;j.-< business. "*." A.'" Penn and sister MUs Jennie' altendgd a met s.ot'C; -Dtion aA I *; ..iTHE -NAPCES '{ ., < : :<.,"1"'" { :'-- '-' > f ;
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chief of Infantry U. S. A.
Joe Stewart of Arcadia has Joined ;
Mrs. Robert Forsyth of Birmingham r. r. Scbatt, Manager
Ard Sylvest on a camp hunt startIng Service Garag
s' f"" last Thursday. Ala arrived January 12th for a ;
>;t Dr Byle and family Mrs. Pycciola visit to her daughter Mrs. John Bain. I .
; Mr. BUm left last Tuesday morn Russell and daughters and Mrs. Cox Phone 310ninlluuumumnnluullnnlnlnaununmuu :'.;.-...... : *
and daughter accompanied by her I We are glad to know ot the Improvement .. -- ..
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4 Mrs MacCanon. His wife will take; all went on a Picnic to Cypress creek .
Saturday where they had a delightfultime Oar: truckers are very busy plenty;
this climate
advantage of lovely and
',' stay until spring. fishing. They had a fine picnic hoeing to be done since the rain of j| :, }.Anderson Avenue \ !
dinner with plenty of fish and pal- January 12th. Crops are very good t

Mr" and Mrs. Joe Staley of Laomj, metto cabbage. and, quite a bit ol shipping- of pepper

IlL arrived last week to spend the I Messrs. Parkinson and Raymond and eggplant.______ !|; Business Property I j !=! iiiiiiiuiniiiiiinniiiiiiiiui, IIU 1111=:. 1 1E
; winter. They are staying'-with Mrs. FLYERS AY01D I
D left Monday to attend the citrus growers s
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: Kate Solomon. They been coming A
association in Tampa. LONDON Jan. %%.-Most = ': :: ; .
.' every winter for a number of accidents are due to slight errors aviation| and other worth-while buys. City Lots, i_ 1=- "'-:: :-: .,! .,..

}t t years IONARev. Judgment, acording to a recent analysis -I,1 Industrial Lots and Suburban Property. I 5 Homeseekers Ii
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:- Messrs Hurd and Bonnlwell'motor. In the Royal Air f *- | 'FThE ; House well 1 1I :
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ed to Bee Branch Sunday to have a !
-S Durham preached Sunday It was found that 60 per'cent-et the -
# 1<-S'.look aid bean at Mr.patch.Hard's. fine cucumber morning on Our Fellowship with God. accidents due to erro a' tdgmen-, I Iocated-A: Bargiiin.I' j I i :
but a small number befell pupils at! Investors j
The missionary meeting of the flying schools while a large number
:? Miss Annie Mae Hendry spent the month was held at the home of Mrs. were caused by carelessness amongrecently i| Also have some acreage. > j i = ...
week end with Miss Bessie Fiehter. _
H. L. Cobb on Thursday 11. Twelve graduated pilots. = 'si

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jJ" Miss Miildred Seagraves entertain. f.A 3:I f
S gib'; ed a number of her school mates at | Offerings this week { !! { { iiiiuiiiiiimuiiiuiiiiiiiiimiHin'ii = '. : : .
: her home Friday erenlng. | "' / City: Homes. jS1 1|: | J J

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7 ? ; :.S Mr. and Mrs Ramsey went to Fort g just off Boulevard. Good terms. | 1.Balthnoreand. *l llomesites *" : f..r i
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f:' Myers last week to meet Mrs. Ram- 6 room Bungalow modern, near Edisons home, at a bar- = I | = n ..
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USSIFIED COLUMN lRATES' r I FOR RENT :!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimmii'1 I I J_I
Members\ Fort \ !
IN THESE CUr.-. j l FOR RENT -Rooms with water hot 1 PERSONAL MENTION IMr. I II.nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll SCHOOL

UMNS I and cold! 515 ,Second St. Mel Realty Board f ,

V.ARY..no Ie TO' bourne. J-14tfc- ............................................. ....,...... ...llllllllll"lllIllIlIllIl111111111........................................11111......_. HCOMPEIEATTAffASOUTH 704 First Street

5c EACH FOR EACH WORD IN I FOR RENT and Mrs F: J. Bceker of' :W C. Lauth.. of Denver, Col., has : Attire Members Hours 9 to 12: 1 to 3M

1'0 ISSUE ACCORDING or -Very nice room, Dweek 7 Aberdeen. Wash. are here for a visit.!J arrived in Fort Myers and taken c. W. Bergen<< W II. Reynolds Primary: Department. 1 to 3 p. m.
TIlE month. 215 Lee SL 1-lGtfc
OF TYPE barge of the sales department. FLORIDA FAIR Amos Bolick Julian C. Rogers

f YOU SELECT. '4' I T'-2 furnished rooms with I -'Mr.: and Mrs J. B... Kagey, of I Hint and Star cars at the Auto Supply M. M. Boyd E. F. Scott .. '

Count the words of your abU.llment /'; fFORR"E. bath and living room. 220 I Canton. O., are new'arrivals. Store He is an experienced. automobile C .P. Corrlg'c.. Shawcross -" t

and multiply It ---- dealer and is a welcome addition U C. Curtright M. E. Sbalts
by tile l206tc"FOU : Special\ Features '
Hare Beta
Booked GRACE
number of times you desire oft -C. E. Brown, of Balleatoa. N. Y. to 'our business circle. Mrs. J. D. Cox H. A. SUha
printed and remit accordingly RENT-PIano, excellent instru- is here for a visit.. Lautb will arrive in Fort'Myers soon. Far Racing Faa Officials \. H. Draughan Frank M Stout Physician and Surgeon

The counting of word incite: meat, in tune, cheap. Cox 110,, I Announce Donald D. Foley C. J Stubbs Office 15-11 Earnhardt BJcI:.

the word "For Rent," ."Wa fed". Press office. 1-21-4[pairs.. George Dunn Mansfield -The Hon. Edward Potter of Co P Franc W M. Tanner House 147 Woodford Ave. '
etc. and the +--- Mass North Haven also Senator TAMPA Jan. .-Drivers from R A. French L. It TrulnekK. Telephone 82-Office 2 rings
address. : has arrived for the season.F. Conn., I'
section of United _
RATES WANTED and Mrs. Edward Farnam called on' every the States t\: Fntral Al C. Williams House 3 rings-

No advertisement will be taken E. Me lIlllD.( Jr, of Tampa, is Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1 E. Hubinger at and at from least points a half dozea in professionalstars Y. R GarrisoB L. A. Wlngste ,

tor less than 25 cents. POSITION WANTEDEjperlencedstenographer t In the city today. their First street home en route to I Florida will W. M. Gill A. L. White

Type like this lc a word and! secretary wisheso I their Palm Beach home. Mr. andMrs I compete in the championship automobile Alvin Gorton Harry J. Wood Dr. Gea. 1faganaVeterinarian

TYPE LIKE THIS 2c A WORD ,secure permanent position with I IJohn Gilson. of New York is anew Potter are son and daughter-in-[ races scheduled to- climax the Bard L. Hendry Clinton Bolick
South State Fair
TIrE LIKE THIS Sc A WORD sUbllshed firm in Fort Myers. Best: arrival. law of Col Robert O Eaton, internal la Tuesday C.; L. Jeffcott John F. Castano IFren'h '

Type Like this 4c Word I Chicago reference. "Box 202 Press.. revenue collector for the State of I'! February third. Walter R. Kanne Fred C. Garmon
a Sig Haugdahl, of Trondhjem Norway and American Graduate
TYPE LIKE TIllS 5c A 1212tWANTEDilhn P I -"'. IT. Frank, of Peoria Ill., Is here Connecticut. The Colonel is one of world's speed king and Ceo R. Lynn S. O. Godman I
for the the Hnbinger's finest friends. I widely J. D. Lynn W. E. McMahon years practice
WORDAdverUaements dishwasher $10 per a sojourn among palms I known throughout_ _. ,the_ United__n__ _State____ 810 Anderson Ave.
Carl C. McClure Frank II. Tlcheoor,
week, Seminole Restaurant and Canada will be the central
ordered 1-Zlltc figure -
to MB -Mrs. Joe Cote of 0. I T. II Phillips Edward M HslghtGeo. I
i alternate days will be charge 1 Cleveland Fearsome Pet Lives in the speedway battles. Larry
onehair WANTED'F Dished has 'to I S McCotcheon C. L. WilliamsAnKAcIalr
arrived the
cent room 3 season. i
Stone of Kansas
per word Bud Putnamof
: the regular la addition .to months. Box 208, Press office. Warm During Winter City Member I ;,;uiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiumimuiiiiiiiimmimi{ ( I I I I I
chare: Providence Fred Horey of Chi-
I :. All Want' Ads ,are streU7'euh -1Ii. and Mrs. Frank Nappin. of cago. Sam Punta of Jacksonville, H F. Barnes J. C. Mitchell I i F. HARLEY I
fly The AnwiatM Press) Walter S. Bowles John C. Memos
Col here for the
In adrance to are season. Dave Koeula, Miami Bob = Mm. Am. Sol C. E A. M.Inst =
.everyone.FOR WANTED-Stenographer. State salary COXNELLSVILLE: Pa.. Jan. 22.'Mrs. .- Luton and D {Y. Boyd Kate C. Roberts I ,
wanted and experience. Margaret Cecil of Dunbar. hasa Harry Glenn Atlanta Bob Green. Orlando = C. E. SCITIL :
Box -Mr. and Mrs G E. Refree. of lames W. Coffee W. B. Dehon = =
SOS Press office. l-21-3tp sanford;are in the' city: today. strange taste in pets. In a warm Eddie Daily, Tampa Jack ieo. W.; Dunham Roscce R. Hough = Room ENGINEER
I (White Dallas and Happy Parker of 215 Pythian Building.
corner of her boa
house lives con-
SALE I. A. Hall G. R. Lynn Jr

A1\TED-Bo1J or older for !carrier fourteen years old -Harold Watts, of Chicago, is hereon strictor, 18 feet long and mote than alert Raleigh in the are among those listed to' E. E. Jones TiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiininiiiiniiiiinniiiiiiiffA / ( C
boys for Fort Tampa races.
one foot in diameter. It inhabits a
n business.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode Myers[ Press .See Mr. Kehoe at _. stoat trunk of large sire, and Mrs. The speed program in Miami offl- List ,..r property with see ef the

Island Red Press office after 4 p. m. or about clally opens the national professional abofe REALTORS and It will
eggs for hatching. New 730; in the -R. Bingham McKee. of Ashevllle, Cecil keeps the reptile carefully : today L' While MAURICE ATRKRS:
stock Mrs. L. 'A. Ilendry. East morning. tf :\>. CL, Is here for a short stay.A. wrapped in warm blankets, for it into sand racing, championship battles'for be for sale by rich of them tomorrewtOR James C. Ptnnejr
Fort Myers., 1 925 officials of the International LEE COUNTY KNGINHERINO CO.
WANTED= does ,not like cold weather.
Furnished l office desk
or Motor Contest Association will be HONEST>: AND EFFICIENTSERVICE Civil aad Structural Engineers
Sale -Rough lumber direct from room. Real estate man. Box 208, )of. Maylo, 'of Albany Ca, is Sixteen years ago Mrs. Cecil toured hand to assume on Dry AND SELL Consulting Enjinoers! on PrsjBSEt.

the]; sawmill to'Job Press office.; 1-1-3tP. here for a short visit.T. Brazil with a circus. Some one charge of the events THBOIGH A Bridges and StnxXural Work
anywhere la -' presented her with a young constrictor New world's records for dirt tracks Fort Wyers.. Fiorida. ,
,and around Fort Myers. See \V rANTEO-Professions! will[
before book be
us reviewer sought by the
yon buy. wants to review bonks fur ..Iu..... Price Joy More of Copenhagen N. two weeks old, and she acceptedthe drivers entered RealtoRs
Whitaker &; 'Clifton, iasonable. WIn go oat of town. lies 107 y., I is in the city for a visit. gift. Faithful to her charge, she in the competitions.
Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. I rear: Office. 12-13 tf. snake Among the cars entered the
: brought the home. and raised are

FOR SALE-1,700 acres on the railroad "WANTED-Bookkeeper and stenographer. -J C. Waldrop, of Birmingham it speedway straight eight Miller made Dodd & Hutto

switch on land. Just right for ,Mnst be competent. Permanent Ala. Is a new arrival in Fort Myers. machines, Duesenbergs Fiats and ,...
subdivision Clear of Incnmbrance position It satisfactory. See FlMiERHAN DIES 'rootenacs, conceded to be the I <.' ROOFERS AND PAINTERS #

'Price $100 per acre. Will sell or ex Mr. Roamer at Press office. 1-7U -IT. E. Jernigan of Orlando was -- rorld's fastest racing automobiles. t .op .;''", ': The Responsible FeliewseIt

change. Consider good northernpropert1. In the city today. Thomas Mendenhall a fisherman Announcements has Just been made have
WANTED yon any painting or root
-To trade nearly new ; ---- from down the bay. died yesterday by> fair officials that contracts have :
P. O. Box 2321 : work done let
Tampa, Ford as give you aa estimate
Fla. 12-31-tfc for' land. Will rent Ford by -Mr. .and Mrs Fred B. Scbofield.I afternoon at 4,o'clock of kidney trouble been> signed with the Thearle-Dnf- It la free. .

week. J. C. McDonald Box 937. of I New Canaan: Conn, are here for aged 60 years He was o iginal- field Fireworks. Company of Chicao We Have The 'OpPortun- No Job to small or large for ni.. ..

For Sale-Restaurant doing splendid 1-SEODtfc the winter. ly from New York where he, has a for a giant pyrotechnical display ity; If You Have The Satisfaction guaranteed! < <

business. Only reason for selling Is WANTED-Keen salesmen a chanceto brother, C. M. Mendenhall.The tq feature the night shows at the Charges reasonable. Call or
owner's desire to leave the city. A get In-on'real profits with sub- -Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shaurer ofboshorni. body lies at the Engelhardt South Florida State Fair, which, with Ability Call at Our Of- writ vs. *

snap. Box 102, care Press. l-Ctfft. tantlal concern. Drawing account Wyo., have arrived In Mortuary home awaiting instructions the automobile races rank as the two fice and Let us Show .

Fort,Myers front the brother [in New York regarding biggest attractions over booked by ,. Phone tot 813 Le Street
FOR SALE-IONA LANDS. ,SEE against commission. South Floridaealtj a You. Ask For Mr. Haupt-. .. ..' .,
his b rlal.AGRlflLTrRAL. fair in the south.LARELAD .
Cor. Main '
Co. and Jackson
> ; ,117lmctOR REALTORS. streets. Applicants must have good -P. J. Atkinson, ,of Newcomers- CLUB mann. ,

. -' appearance, intelligence and posh. own, 0., has arrived to Join the t
i SALE 12UVANTED crowd here from that city. TO SELL BONDS: Rogers-Scott Hoffman Bros. I
4Bv The AMMteiated Press
GUIDE LAUXCII RASGER" GAI ESVILLE. Jan. 22.-A chapterof BY A COUPLE nicelyfurnished -Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hill ofLexington
28 ft long. 10 h. p. Palmer. 4 cycle Alpha Gamma, Rho. national honorary LAKELAND Jan. 22.-The city Contractor and Builders

r 2 cylinder engine with clutch. At- room with private bath Ky* are In,Fort Myers for agricultural fraternity has commissioners have decided to sell 1509 Eaelld Ate 'I
with or without board. Box 215!, care aD indefinite ,
water-Kent and Bosch high tension Press. : been 'installed at the University of 300,000 worth of Lakeland's 1700.- Fort Xven, Flertda
Magneto; chairs and cushion; sprays l-20-3tp 000 I
Florida. with twenty-six members. sewer bonds Toted sometime ago
--- -D. G. Rivers
returned ,last,night ,
hood and equipment In good condi WANTED -*Settled white woman The local chapter has selected Alpha and will begin work on the Improvements
from Lake
City where he ten
a tion. Can be seen at Ireland's Dock. spent "
house keeper for small ,family No soon. The bids for the bonds
Gamma Rho as its name
,..' days,:the guest of relatives.Mrs. .
children. Room and board and good will be opened February 24. COLONIALHOTEL
Land For Sale in
alary to right person. Apply Odum REPRESENTS F. S. C ,
M. E. Gibson and daughter, '
l176tpFOR tc.;'Glllam. 1-20-Ctc, of Chilllcothe Mo, have come' 'to' -' iTALLAJIASS Palm-Lee Park connects McGregor IONAby j

SALE-A nice lot In Ridge- spend the winter. P:. Jan; 22.-Miss Boulevard and the Tamlaml Trail by
WANTED-Bright colored boy :17 or AMERICAN PLAN
Leila Venable, Instructor In Home an eighty-toot boulevard parked i in
wood Park subdivision Size of lot
IS to work about officend >$2.50 to |3 60 Day
,''I:< (6x140. Lot Is cleared and fenced. learn years trade.old Call at Press office -Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bean of Tam- Economics, Is representing Florida the centre_with!: ,royal palms. 1-SY-3tc Shawcross & Garmon per J _" __

-';' Price 1600. See W. C. McGIn Room a t:once. ? pa. are here for a short visit. Mr. State College for Women; at a meet Pythian BuildingPRIVATE EUROPEAN PLAN ,1

l ., f 11, Arcade; l-21-3tp _. Beanfa: state chairman of the'repub- ing of the Home Economic'' Association Out of the Hi Rent district. Think $100 to 12.00 per Day

WANTED-Colored man and wifehonest Ican party at Hot Springs..Ark.' Among important It over. Woolsey Bootery, Patio de '

FOR SALE ON PINE ISLAND-In a steady-work, for both:M. R. matters to be considered at Leon opp. Alligator Pool. l-22c HI Outside Beau

.; community: that la to be developed a Press office.-1-22,tL ,. Ernset Westfall of Winter Ha- the convention is that of "Job analy-' SCHOOL FOR I Special Rates by the Week
shortly the following property: ,1 L' Palm-Lee Park has hard surfaced
.. Ten.'is again in Fort Myers where her s is. PRIMARY PUPILS II
eight-room house, water front; 1 WANTED-Colored man or boy fo has friends who streets, five-foot sidewalks water -A Home Away Frem H..."
many are glad to .
-' '; five-room house 200 foot front 195 steady work-chance to work up.Askr greet him. and lights. 1-22-Stc SEE MBS. N. A. HONEYWELL I
.:;L: feet back; 1 four-room house 150 for Mr. Davis Press Office. ... fill ANDERSON ATE. i I
t; foot front '180 feet back. All the Las 'Minute NewsFlashes .
-LIttle TOTICE op COTES i '
Jimmy_Hartley. .son of Mr. ,
:.\. above will double In value In 6 LADY can have nice furnished and I>*,artMrst sf the Isterler DE. WALTER W. EBEBUABTDENTIST
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and privilege ot living ofSre
months For further prices and room ; room !
Ci.: quit 111 for "a week with stomach Gainesville .
:-1' further Information'address ,Box 106, and kitchen. also:automobile rides In trouble. To ,fames Fowler :runz..J ;:...

.,: care Press, Fort Myers. l-21-6tc exchange for light services In tam (By Tke Atteelate Pres. Contest You are: hereby notified that Daniel T. Special Attention .
fly of two adults employed. Give ad Baker. who gives. Atlanta Georgia. as hlapoetofflce This harbor nhop 'Pays special atten Eesalts'Fer The Patleat
tf s': FOR SALE-A small acreage of 10 number and fnlL paitlculara. -Mrs.: L. Donaldson returned address, did on December 8. time to Women and Children
227 dress phone to her home at New York Thursday ,GENEVA-Costa Rica resigned today 1S24. file In this office his duly oorroboStylish I Hair Cuts: Over Pest Office :
: ,;p 1 just outside of clt110111.1. Box 107. Press Office City rated application to contest and sernn .
Garrett.. Jax. ,Fort Myers. Fla ; having been called to Fort My its membership In the League of the cancellation of your Homestead En The New Barber Chopjtsdm a
-22-4t. try. Serial NfL 165NS> made March n, I. ft fete Prasa h', :; .
Sf l-17-6tp era b7 the Illness and death of her atlona. 1920. for Stt of NW* and 8H of NE14 III lint Street

_o Palm-Lee Park has six to twelve Lather, John A. Frow. Section .10, Townrtilp 4$ 8_ Range U E. .

FOR SALE-A small arceage of 10 nil bearing, fruit trees on every lot ----0. WASHINGTON-Postal pay rate for Tallahassee his contest, Mertdlaa.he allege and 1-'J'entry and ,,- G. A.. LONGBRAKE, M. DTemporaryFolfiee -

f fJuat outside of city limits. 227 1Z.3tcLOST -T. I*. Shell of northwest of Sam- Increase I bill Is now before the seDate man baa never resided upon improved \ ,
or: cultivated said land since date of said WANTEDTwo
Carrett street. Jax. Fort Myers, yule. was taken ill a few days since for consideration, under an entry, but has wholly abandoned the .
:FU. l17tp and came to town for treatment Last agreement reached last: week giving same and such condition has not teen salesmen of good appearance at residence, 897 2nd. St,
due to employment of entrymaa in the
r FOR SALE-Star Touring Cart Nearly night begot in front of a rapldlY- It a privileged standing. Arm)', Nary or Marine Corps' of the capable and energetic. Apply Hocra.: 11-12-24WaiiamJ.Wood ;
LOST OR STOLEN 'bird dogs. moving car and was knocked down United States andel' and enlistment ADte-
). new. Baloon tires bumpers, spot dating March 3. lIZL ,
light Will sell at a bargain., P. 0. One white setter, answers to name ultsllg Injured.. ,Ha was oaWe, GRAND JCNTION. Cot-Nine passengers You are therefore farther notified\ that HART-HASBIIOUCK REALTY ,

Box ofE''mL"; One white and lemon street today with his head bandaged.The were injured early today the fussed said and allegations will be taken as con COMPANY
653. ;your Bald entry will be cancelled
'm l-20-5tp.! colored: pointer, answers to name when the Denver Rio Grande A without further right to be beard Jackson Atrset"UNCLE ; J

: 'Buleah.' Reward returned. E.W. __ report that a child was Western train number one, westbound yon either fan before to file this In this office office or within e* appeal.twenty if :

CXARMOV CRUMMY ROADSTER TO Johnson, Orange Are. 1-lWtj drowned At, Crescent Beach was erroneous. was wrecked at Mack, Utah days after the FOURTH publication of
1 19 miles from here. this ""notice gs shown below your answer AttorneyatLaw
fS-TBADE FOR TACAST LOT. FOUND Frank Green's baby fell In under oath. pecincalVy. responding to

e. OYERLAXD SALES COMPANY. the bay at San Carlos but was notdrowned these- allegations: contest, together with NED"Special Realty BalMInf First' aid DaasjGRADT
due proof that have served
'. *,, l-20-3tp as reported. The Press had ;your answer. on 'the amid contestanteither a copyof
,, ,.r Out of the HI Rent district. Think doubts of the anthenttty of the story WOMEN IN ENGLAND Jn person or by registered mall. Representative

4 FOR SALE-1 mule good slie. suitable It over.. Woolsey Bootery. Patlor de Ton should state In your answer the Woman' Home Companion-The '1
and printed It as a
,rumor. name of the post office to which. desire
..... ; for any kind of work. Also Leon opp. Alligator Pool. l-22c future notices to be sentto' yon American Magazine Collier's
sets doable OutNUMBER GEORGE C. ClfoJJ.Register. Weekly--Fsrm and Fireside
; one double wagon and FOUND-On road to Crescent Beach. -Paul U; 'Eddy, 'editor of the Cal- MEN N -The'
BuckIngham Mentor-Saturday Evening Post-
;'k harness. W. F. Mathers. i-zi-ss-i-s-ix.:
oosahatchee Current was in the city
of Owner have
bunch keys may
:: Route, Fort ,Myers, Florida. yesterday and says that his community SEALED PROPOSALS Literary Digest .
; will be
tic same by calling at Press Office and opened Or medium wish '
1-20 any yon
: continues 'In STATISTICS SHOW by the Bupt. of IJghthonsee. Key west
:,'ft for this ad. 117UMISCELLANEOUS t grow his Ma_ E. D. Se. 1$ Bet '
paying 2pm. Feb. 1C, 1(25:! for the purchase : II Fort Iyery' FITS CLASSES
I! OWNER-Lot 60x180, short experience In Ilendry county from the United States of unused
Mr. Eddy has been county snperinendeat land. '11. S Lighthouse Reservation to __ ._ l'atI......t-..
3 'p _two blocks from'rlyel', two blocks the State of Florida as follows* Saul .
from school house. Best residential editor of the newspaper and Record Indicate Ale That First bel Island. Caps Romane and Anclots
LOTS A few lots .unlold.lnNaples connected with other Tears Are Keys. Information ... application 1 PALM
district In East Fort Myers. Cheaper NAPLES, activities.; Twenty Jan I. a. I5. 22. nIf ROYAL PARK T
,than auction sale prices. R. O.Trnebger. will sell for:cash terms tor ----- Hardest W. N. Clawson I Bordering the Galoosahatche
.. will exchinge'for Income property'inM.. t. Slaughter, who was called IRCIIT, COURT 1STK JVVICUL River.
All Water front
A Sat 7tp
,;: ..Ice Plant Thur ; >i privilege
I Fort Myers. John F. Bartleson at to Madison "by the serious illness of LONDON Jan. 22.-The statistical uacEJrOP yLognner'ar.r Residence Builder reserved for lot owners. :

t FoR SALE OR TRADE-For: good Fort Myers Wholesale Grocery Com his father, returned to Fort Myersyesterday. review of ,the registrar general' Bin IS..Tkaaeery .

' i J 3car. slightly used.Turd 1-ton truck pany., 12tfc: ti .- When he left Tort Mfr n shows that during 1923 there were ....revises Ie.rels.ve, elasd aad- O.siet Tills 215 Park Ave., See P. ED. TATEN;

has Warford transmission, 6 good< Mr Slaughter was suffering :f nom '1* .1S( ,births; 444.365 deaths aDd Vse Royal Palm Park Pert.MjertFOBt'irrEES
'f ; Write : "REWARD r poisoning but he has returnedalmost 292,468 marirages. Berthour.if"ftcl'.114 Irvrt B. Todit I
canopy : blood
.. tires and heavy top 50.00 To the Defendants Berthold- ?ie < and ,
Box, 101 ,car Press. l-22-2tp, entirely recovered.hiISCELLANEOUS. The statistics show that 20.797widow Irvin K. Todd If living and If dead to >

i FOR JNFORI l\IA-\ ; ,and 24.903 widowers remarried eat all .latb.unknown.tend persons described claiming In the an Bill Inter-of JEWELBT: CO.

FlR SALE OR TRADE-120-acre during the year and the weddings Complaint under the said BerthoM Friend Humphries Transfer Jewelers t i

j. farm in Mnskegoa county Mick which, both contracting' and In-IIIR. Todd as heirs. derteea. grantees DKAT AND 8TORAPR .
; TION AND PROSECUJION or ether claimants- or otherwise In JSEBYICE I
'!: *}a. 1 1-2 miles from 'a good live WE HAVE an opening in Fort Myers parties toot their second ''matrimon the following described land. "Our Slogan" Optometrist and Mfg. OptkiaJi

!( I town la a general farming..fruit and for a lady who has a large acquaintance ial step numbered 9.24C. 1 Beginning, at the norm est eonter elUw PROMPT AND EFFICIENT Eyes tested lasses fitted
wmt halt .( the half J
west or lot ( > 229
First St. Fort ri
!i dairy country.. Good roads In all di- and good references.Tonderfu The youngest couple married pie In Section (U) township. (U) range nil) SERVICE Mysrs. *

factions.. About 70 acres have been' ) opportunity for:- right theage of the thrice<,west (lei; ft. thence south t. ('or;
,, t of person o> persona twho' brought at::1 bridegroom as 1C and Jug Creek thence easterlyalong the 2nd St. and Evans An.
cultivated, balance good,Umber. Fine. unnecessary trouble. Also those who party. ,his Is not a' peddling proposition of the; bride 15. Among the brides creek <4Me< ) ft. to a point south of peon *:, Telephone 122

., '1; orchard.: of about 60 trees., ,Beautiful broke Into Mr, BlomquesUB camp located ...Give telephone number and were 21 girls of the age of 15, one of beginning thence north to a point .f '1ORT MYERS. FLORIDAiiinuimniniiiuiiuiiiiimtmiHHnuiiuH'I Tl e Raymond Ways

1;, building site all buildings burned on Mr. Wellington JhrtiD'splaee street address. Box 111. Punta GOT of whom was married to a maa ?0, 1Ie't.. require you. a.d'sacbot y>. "- ;, u '
Price oue' thousand cash Flal .Z3 to appear t*'the Bin .f oompiaJnt faedtn BOAT BUILDING
5,000. OB CapUT Island. ,t Bend all da, t 1 -1te, Among the bridegrooms there was
the above stated cause at !Office of !
Wha '
.;:, ba4ance eaar terms or' trade. information .to'*SfaefSff F"; B...TIpplns, r--y diarfet cne bachelor of !3. the Clerk of the GrcaitCourt in Fort EEPAIRrSQ OF ALL KDTDSTTe "
have you a IL Haines owner.' .11 Court house Fort Myers.; Fla. Out of the'Hi,Rent Think The'' first 20 years of married life Myers Florida. osj vr before the first |"Balld With Briek Give Quirk 8errleKarftie
t FI.fi it over Woolsey'Bootery. Patio de Moeday, la February 125. same beng the
Hsught'street..Fort Mrers, 8-Bjdlw Largo l&**
9Uc are the hardest according to the< said month In default there
.' :P l-:22-tP: : )ieoa'DODaligator Pool. 1M -!c statistics, for the 2.834 litigants who :d.N :Io' wtn.ee takes'a. oo.t I 1 J. C. M haW Gear Cattias sad JtacUa
and Complainant allowed to ,
HELP furnished by Employmsn THE brown started\ suits for the dissolution of Parte. I f :'Werk a Specialty

.i FOR RENT: bureau. US First street' ,hone contains P4ttTJ'wbo cot{ purse, their marriages Included only Kl It'.is ordet.4.tttt tMs Notice be pobllsbed ;I; General.Bfeklijez A. E. RAYMOND CO. mc1'01t'l'
fi ; rings ,money and key, .
; -In the Fort Myers Press weekly! _
:.i" '. 279.1f1Jat,1'.01U' needs witluns.'I ; l la Doan ttftee., WedDesiay'mombtc-1a eases la which the wedded term was Newspaper! ef general ..........I.upub :: _. aid :S:
y _- i #:_ _'" .: 12-M> _eod tic wdert'survelllance..' Cmnmanicsftewith more than 20 yarn lished In Lee County Florida fee aot.iaht.aesecatlyt .eriod j Ceatraeter -
F6R .RENT-Furnished, for touris : week. precseding the 'ii'';f XTZBS BEAUTY PARLQK
BRING YOUR Insurance problems t o Ki,GIbbons. by phone 488. !SIS At the end of 1923 the estimated rid. appearance day. ? 5
close hu Box 11 Stick and Tfle Bantalowif 7a4er: .... ..
ai.season.: ho..ep 6p population was 47,747400. The female Witness my IIAad.J at Tat MyJ. ; : eat et t '
Press office.: l-21-4t: Mr. Leath. Hendry. < Realty eo.z', Second jrfreet. Reward will be paid ffto 1F51VWe. Ih.ls4, dal,01 Decem :_: .| a Specialty Ella: Jean riser '
_. ,TjTj Alf(S and.'ao'fqaesUo 1 asked. 1-22-ltp sex with Z4B3UlS had a majority ":'l US Harv Street
of 'J:H. BANooar:.'0Iap& J..... B0
1.S17.92. Shantp.ett '
;FOR R iT ComforUble sleeping : : \ y aot b Ud abstaatunyf rate watt Kaal1 -
DJlHsMMAKSR for engagements. Palm lea Park Joins jDe :GolClnb if :"iJ ,, r:- t nrtac Facial Maras.Tyeattnest .
;tooraa, double W,..**-:-Also larjesuitable1 open : t; j P. GARNER, Clerk ClrenJt c ari. .
Seeoad. f Prices reasonable Telephone : drive out and see Palm-Lee Pain-Lee Park has a five thousand 'A'# eafT file h* >y far ttot. S H. : f .
: < ; 3. V GARNER. dark of Ctreoft. Cewt ", ... .."'..... u",. y. .,. Broathrar., 1- tP 814 1-22-Stp Park today. 1-22-3U dollar building restriction.. 12J5U3sl 11-4.: 1M4-S6--1-1-S-ii-flL_ .
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!. PUBLIC FORUM\ bay them not hare them given to us. Booster )f MUE:: ..tGAL'Till:: VICTORIn Wednesday February ISth and it is IIIIIIIIItiIIIllillllllllitlll111tlllitlttllllll111111IiII III111111t111111IH1111unnunant++rrr" :1'_
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I necessary: for those who desire to = .. .
Editor Press;, \ EDITOR'S NOTE: If "A Visitor- the fishing oontest yesterdayMr. vote to register before the night of = !,.r.s j j'g
Monroe defeated Mr. Hartwell
Allow will drop Into the Press office namesof in the 24th. Two days remain in whichto
me to congratulate
you on both size and number of catch. The '
dealers In town where citrus fruit
register and poll tax its I
the pay
editorial your I
Jan. 20 In reference
party caught 250 pounds of fish, .
la obtainable will be gladly furnished. only 4'J'At :
to orange In rooms at the hotels. you desire to hare a voice in the :: Li
of which edible. ?
!f Not BO much: for ,the tree gift of part were management of the city. I
i oranges, but just because yon hate ofs Messrs.and Neven Moiroe were Hartwell in the party.McPherson )Ir.- II I i i :.j
noticed .
t oranges.I CARD OF THAJiKSMr Hartwell is still of the opinion that The Century Plant. I
am' from the north only as 'a'visitor. I Julia Hanson desires to thank he can defeat Mr. Monroe The report that a century plan ; 7A'1 1I
.,and hue been Informed ,that' the children and mother's of Fort oloomi only ore In a hundred years i I'I
the finest fruit grows in Lee county Myers, and Sanlbel. for their'kind f( STEEL GOIMJ UP Is probably due to the 1 ; !: -= I
and I believe it. contributions for the Children Homeat s some of Its admirers. In some parts I: f \ s )
I hare walked all over this city Jacksonrille. of South America where it grows wild< ,
>trying to buy oranges and grapefruit Two large boxes of second hand The work of placing the steel gird- It blooms once in elhtears., but when = I =
to keep,in my room for,ready eating, toys books and clothing have gone to ers on the telephone building Just It. hal been transplanted Into greenShuses > --= --
% bat hare, not yet found one store gladden the hearts of the little chil- north of the office of the Fort Myers under artificial conditions It* ::
where they are for'sale. We want to dren. Press began today. Contractor E. V. blooming date la nimb prolonged. I : ",
Goodman has the steel and Joists In _
'.''' ; ,' ... .. '.T- place on the corner building and, I
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F i .. transferred his activities to the telephone I I
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F..J TIGHT COUGHS ; :,: building today. I Use The Press Want
LOOSENED QUICKLY 6Y ....<<",''f!'<"Yr., /.f-g;... ,i ,.,-, FAY YOUR POLL TAX I j I I Ads for Results 7oI. i

til The city election will be held on :: Y = t <

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\Kda <
I, KOin to Washington as a specialJiuiwary The new and improved
\ to Prfll Wn Coolidge from

: her II twit state of Kanitas She will wheel present and him Inform with !

rjE A FAMILY SFEQPARQSQM3Y. } him that\ "Kanwo I" th Orow> \VorUL. the fumVhrMi

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t- GET the 1925 and note the
cti remarkable -
t."t = On to the city championship! That'sthe
''S c. t\\.. B'\'{ war cry 'of the M. H. S. quints improvement in this widely \ i '
7- = r" :: after defeating the Firemen the rest known spray for vegetables, small i I
of the local games ought to be our fruits and flowers.

II -CS ; teat v-u-s Not only is this new Pyrox still ; : i J
r more effective, but it is still easier to <
We take this means of Informingour -
f= == host of friends In the Plane use. It's softer. It's smoother. It is :-: E- ,
i;> 'i J I ITj2A'rs' = geometry class that we have severed sure to reach you in condition ready -= -= ,
; an connection with the subject and for use. No trouble to prepare. No -
will be at home in the civics class guesswork. Simply mix with water

:_ ;I: i i from now on. and you have a powerful, combined :i
fungicide and insecticide that's absolutely .. E
Webster unabridged a book of Copyright J5M out .coafr..ran '
I = = right and perfectly mixed; that
= synonyms and thou. doing cross word "
1 =
'| The' habit of paying'cashes: a virtue that kid puzzles is the in the cats, wilderness meow. that, sweet r sticks sprays like through paint; that finest controls nozzle plant and I ANNOUNCING I| j

; 1 N-r1-a diseases and pests, and stimulates
: 41 should be practiced by l conscientious Webb
ajl Pete and
Damp Paige are tobe foliage growth besides. Nothing else = the arrival of a complete line of the neweajb i

t .| ..housekeepers.} It eliminates the ever-pres- glary seen, which now happens arrayed to in'all be their their first like it! Jars, cans, drums and barrels. models of

:l. ent,chance.of buying beyon\; your means call long a trousers"scoop"1What Boys that's what we : ti ,#:.- Bay your Pyres from I Hart Schaffner & Marx I

r': and it enables :ir-H-s BarreD Seed Company, Fort Myers Fla, I
1 to
buy at
you : a saving.lr the average, If. S. student '

.;.;,.r, '- O' = now x*-little, if jr-H-s anything I The Ton Punta Cooper Genus Hardware list, Company, | Clothes iin |

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.. The Imbecile thinks Hamlet was IVIUoa &
Teenier Fort dyers, Fla,
Ir -': E '; \: .. ,. .,_ '.- :: a mathematician because he said = the advance spring shades,-powder. blue. London '=
,I something that' begins 2 B or not 2 B. = lavender, smoke gray etc ; > S
t. 1 Ballard's and 'Amt\ Jemima Pan- M-H-8
1 ; I We recently caw a frail young =OT | Price $25.00$37.50, $40.00 and $47.50 f
thing pasting an Ole Crad In her
= .t\-
.1'2 '.- i em' cake Flour /of.; .;.; ,-.. ._., .. ... 15c :: memory book. Hie Jacet! I 1 To Fit Any Figure |

; 3 ew :' :" -- 4 iX : ir': 'tJ = seniors seem Jir.J.8The. to be undecided
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as i to. whom shall make ,their photos. | Just a few of Fall Suits left at f
_i,\.-, _JljApplej3utter .:No. 2J.n'.r; ; ,-.J.:.22c e Let us recommend Howard Chandler .
Christy, to those Patrician | $17.50 $23.50 $27.58 and |
> savants. $33.50
[I{ ; E ,,' 'i.'lC ; 1-j { :: X.H-S Control blight i
'i" Jordan's Because we made< enough the ,0' -
; > !;\ Apple Juicequart '.-'.-V.35c. on Kill insects E
mid-term exams to pass on the semester -
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If ', .,;- ,-'j "'"':''t,; .Jto. "it : ," I 4""' 4+ ....... == the, entire faculty has warned 1 :f The Heitman Clothing Cot I I
} .;;. 4 ; fl l., '}.j., :: UI that the final exams will not be
I" : : -. I ,JiPIain Pickle! 32 bz. ,:.. ::. :..'.'. ;...,,...43c; so .easy. R. I. P. t3I.HS I
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''i. _' : :: wPlain Olives, 32 oz.;. ; .:, .. .-J'.:;;..;.'.., '70cgBeardsley'sBoned Geddes). '

S;. t, << **I :*-" ;::;":;: ': t : "':f: : =: '. 'WeH' done!. Thy)(.H.S good and faithful I
: servant," said the
: = bright one
,; ; : jHerril.grl-i.f-l.! : ; : :17c E finding that the muffins were burned.

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:: ,.' : I i" fj j Climax._ .Peanut< .Butter, 16..oz. pail,30c 5 BONITA; SPRINGSPresiding Bay Oysters

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::1" : Elder. W. P. Buhrman of
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- a the Bartow district 'preached a fine
/ i | Piknik.Sandvyich Filling; 7 oz. :. .33c Si sermon Sunday morning and afterwards '
/i 'b. : -::Jri. -=- quarterly Conference: was held. '
: Contain no Typhoid Germs

-,. t l._c {w.Campbell's Pork, and .Beans" :..? :12cc ; ... The the ladles benefit had of the a food parsonage sale Fridayfor ; I .

Iii.- j:': =| = : Our Oysters and Fish are brougt by our boats from the Gulf of
: ;: 5- 'Dried'Beef in 2'1-2o: tins:.',. .,.lOc; Mr. and Mrs. L.' M. Chase of new
r< ;.\ 1 : 1 : York city ,are recent arrivals for the Mexico\ / _the oysters from Turtle Bay, fifty miles out in the gulf.: : fQneJ);, ?
i ] [ JBurnham'! Clam Chowder :-,.;. ..15c:: ij winter.T. < them come from the Caloosahatchee. '_ ; .

"": l't 1- ", ; '" Jersey- B.is In GasklU.this, section of New Egypt New "If you buy these oysters and fish you need have no, fear of typhoid.

t:1:; j | Burnhan Clams l No. 2 /;u:.R n,4;,:> .',35c,, ,| Dr.B... .- M., and Harlaln Ky. : f ,They oysters will bear any inspection or analysis. : ,

.Y : ->; Libby':Y,c>C. Peaches;;No:*2'1-2 .:38c 1 Is stopping the Wayside Inn. 1

;i;1 I-.. .;, =_ '.. .'::; t 4, !+ 'l (. : :;: 4.:, Mr.'and Idre.J.-; H.' Roysdale of Patronize Home Industry > "
Package 1 lb: '
Sugar .9c
:< I :: : .t-r<< I;;C >: : :?: PnlaslS' Tenn..l and Tarpon Springs,

i1; i: pit s..c.. Ft :: : '31)f) ;'iaf : :' i Florida hi,-. and" were M., ..recent. Oscar visitors Home.here.1l1slMarjorie '

,. '. Poster: S. E. Reynolds and and you are safer than to take chances with stuff shipped in from you
,- = Allen Moore hare returned to their II know not what kind of places and by dealers who may be indifferent "to '
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f' _= ;VEGETABLES. ', ANIPRUITS.) -. j homes at Palaaltl-, Tenn.J. I ,results. < ;
I- I .. M. Boring: tax assessor was AVOID buying oysters fish that might have comefrom the river
'OF ,ALL KINDS .1.1p calling on the people of Bonita II'' or _
n ; Spring Monday; where sewers empty. *' .
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,,/ I,J.. : ,'. } :1j\i; \i;: ., :- .. >; ;.a''.: o E.Carroll Agner of.Naptawere and: family Saturday calling Earnest night.on W. : ,' 0 City Fish Market"

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.i = K.:.:W.: Cnytcn of ,Naples sprat lit
;: rOCer eria, E day ..wlthil Agner and family OPERATED BY $
Mo da,. ,
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.......... _;;;.i............ -- The:NOTHING-new treatment LIKE, IT for OS torn EARTH flesh, : South Fish Company _
: ,.' 'J .rte .y7i .1. that is doing mch-wonderful work in .,. : y
1m'y flesh '
zrr T healing Is the Eorocone liquid '
t yi -: {.IT :.I i and -powder'. combination treatmenl' : .: I. W.. Riggs, President *_ a
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