The Fort Myers press
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079929/00026
 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 28, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00026
 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

Full Text
-T r

,..... ....YL UP.norwa .

"C ,

: ,., f


;r'1 i -1 !rang aM rlw' te'''eaJ7..r.1. .'f' "H, : E' F'OR'T MYERS PRESS o CO AH ..CLU.rAYI.ro.u.1;! i i. r


--- -- -

I dv. 607.66 MILES ROAD A Third Time Charmer GEORGIA FLOOD IS Hairless Dog Cures Rheumatism- FORT MYERS BAND I ; .



a .
,.Dwi Not Include 101 Xtles ef Federal The Week Moot Lap* Before Conditions Faad Started Br Realty Board Rift I

< .. All Projects Under C'aa Become X a Scad XasJebas to Cigar j
1 CeastraetloB I termalSAVANNAH City Fair ;

.. ffo ------ ; !t
: nt Tk At.oriaf.d Press) will to !
1 1I 1I Fort Myers concert band go
-Th qi 1 Ca Jan. 23.\\ith
.N ? a the South Florida Fair' at T-anpa lIthe j ?
state road department bas
Incorporated 4 t o''es ; : drop of two inches in the flood waiters plans of the Fort Myers Realty
la its
for 1925. which will
r + i Board and the Tampa division of the
esga. in the of Townaend i
be discussed at a meeting scheduledfor vicinity recorded .0
t Lee county Fair association are car ,
Miami OB March 10 total of today predictions madeI
a r were rled out It became known at a meeting f = <
: 607.68 miles of new road work This I I tonight that this and other severely of the board Tuesday evening.One :
Is In addition to 101.17 miles
of federal
,stricken sections will suffer from hundred and fifty dollars were
.; aid projects now under con .
< struction. nut miles of federal aid I I | high water for at least two weeks donated by board members for bas
and similar
purpose a
r. projects, already authorized but on I I .yet 4 been pledged by the Tampa body. I :!c

k' '< which work bas not''yet begun and irdic's 4t I The tug Piulsen, conveyor of relief Two hundred and fifty dollars mere> .i'

I tt .- 42717' miles of state projects' now I ;, to the sufferers in the vicinity of is needed to make the (MO necessaryfor
i' under
cone tract ton.
: Townsend after( taking a cargo of the bands expenses to the Clear
,According to statements of board City John M.
according:: to Bering
food, was on JU way back to Savan- > '
t a
members the. '
budget provides for 1 and Clinton Bolfck.: of the fair com
completion of a sand-clay: road on i Jbi v 6y"y -f nah tonight t$ replenish the supply. I mittee. !

:' Road No. I: all the way from Lake : Red Cross {agencies and army officers City planning was discussed by lie ;::

: City to Fensa cola. and for connecting: are at work in the flood area !; realty board as well as the meeting
links along the route. of adjoining i i I aF! bxl' : tt of representatives of all )Fort Myers

states. All but about 120 miles of distributing food, housing facilities I ,organizations wUcfe bas bees called .

; this road has 'been taken care of t and advice, a* to sanitary conditions, : by the board to owstter this .feBH- .

.' heretofore. This type!' of read costs to the sufferers. With the recessionof I ant project. .

As: around $2,500. mile, as comparedr the waters, a matter of weeks New members elected Tuesday evening

r r.i with the.$39,000 to $30,600 a mile for fr"t health problems share equally with t I were Herbert: L. HuwMfay '

af the improved types of highways being Q 0 I James Summers, W. C. M-e&Bn ad
demand is off( the moment for food
a, built on Routes 2, S, 4, and 5 in' i I! P. B. Kehoe. .
the central and southern parts of the I and helter in these! communities.At I f

.. state. > i !Newton ,county seat of Baker I ,

F .' Mileage proposed in the budget for 0--c.i. county, where* residences and business Stork Busy Bird_ I

l-.,4 each one of the designated roads I'I'l houses have been flooded for I In Fort \ t
r shows 89 UO miles on No. 1, 69.50 on Maurice "Lefty" Flynn, former Yale football star and now motion picture
i No. 2, it.11 an No. 3, 135.05 on No. I I Ii actor has been married twice before but Miss Grace Darmond dowsnt care. more than a week and the people f Below the Rio Grande there is a superstition among the] peasants that ,.

i .," 4, 100.15 on. .No.5. and 24 miles ont i The third time may be a charm so Grace and "Lefty" will wed in ApriL driven from the town to higher the heat of a Mexican hairless doss body drives away rheumatism from human The arrival of three babies Is reported
I Ii sufferer's and the dog is popular for that reason. J. H Saxon of Loa v
;: No. 8. "Lefty" was barred frcm Yale in ISIS after marrying Irene' Leary. a chorus ground water is still standing! inches since last night in Fort Mgr- I
I I Angeles declares the hairless dog does cure rheumatism, having himself obtained ) ers-despite reports saying fiat the
i Road 27 is included In the list for girl His second wife was Blanche Shove Palmer of Hollywood. deep in the public square. Relief '
3* miles of improvements Miami to !I relief in that manner. He is shown with "Beachy;' the dog he saya birth rate is decreasing. Mr. andMrs. ;

., Marco, while on No. 18 is listed for' 'has gone steadily forward and thereis I has kept him free of rheumatic pains for four years H. T. Barnes are the proud par 1

-i II miles, from Camp Dorr to Lake I 1 no actual lack' of food or shelter ents of ft 10-pound boy bora lest ,
,Anne. DEATH THINNED[ P RAMS, J'E.\D SEl COMES TO LIFE now, it is reported. Medical officers night at their home at 1IM M *re I.

'? For connection links to the states il are there confering with the town .;50IKH CUB BVNQUET W. S. CREEVEY ELECTED street "
.I on the north, the department proposes JERUSALEM Jan. 28-That the authorities and an edict of compulsory This morning an t-poand boy lira Ito

t t" to Improve six miles between OF BASEBALL TEAMS Dead Sea may prove a mine of vaccination against ,.typhoidhas The Fifty Thousand. dab always I born Mr. and Mrs; W: K, M,you. ; ,
} valuable material for agricultural! been proclaimed. at their home at 3W Victoria street :
Quincy and the Georgia line. IS miles committed to service ia the .
Is suggested in the annual SECRETARY OF SOUTH A new county agent bar arrived in t
purposes 1
I from Marianna to the Georgia line public interest, again Invites the I
f DURING YEAR OF 1924 report of the farm school I Fort Myers for unto County Agent W.
on No. 6, and 6.20 miles on No. 7 in united action of all Fort Myers
department of the Near East Relief I R. Briggs and wife a fK-pouad boy
1: f Escambia county from Quintette to .
THE organizations in the creation of FLORIDA
; Pine Barren. orphanages in Palestine and a winter series of entertaramfent TENNIS BODY 'I was born this morning, at tiik. homeat
Syria. The that the I I 1019 Cottage street -
f-- ._ .. ,. report says
.y .Many Old Timer Pass to Great for the Joint benefit of Fort Myers'tourist ,
water of the Dead Sea contains a REPORTER I .
Brjond In Last Tnehe j' friends and her own citizens ,
i, Tenant s Fast Moving: strong precipitate tEtz; potash I r I well. Premise! ot > aUonal Stan For Its
V .._ Months which by a simple can beextracted Lack day fee irks a .e>tio. .tge m- as City Pays .S10Q
; : V Into. Sims' Building: ;, process I owl fatereiten the. Streets of frt I The annual banquet Qf the club I I Tournament Have Been L4 "
at an expense ot about .. ,' Ottalaed "'
> 'F
: rreta,,' C .will beheld at the Franklin Arms ShootingtlorseLee i ;
A T e l S Jan. 2S..The 7"Q .flTt! ;. loItoMt a ton- -It "U -suggestedthat {
s rfx bt&mlredasf'' hotel tomorrow, Thursday evening I
roa 4 of the b'K6aIl thIS much needed fertilizer '
ti stores fitted upon the HeD.f .]I fraternity In' 1924 can 'be delivered to Palestine I Questions "Do you attend the band January 29th, ptV7:30 The annual meeting of the South county court has clo.d-; for tic ,
thinned the of
were by a number I
f r '; 'dry street side. W. H, Falling is nowoccupying : concerts regularly I o'clock. Florida Tennis association term to reopen oa the first Monday la ,
i of well-known players and others farmers at a retail price of USa : was held : V') ::......t"
the room oa the ,southeast i i Where Asked' ; City Park. Every citizen and tourist and May. V
iJ I prominently Identified with the game... ton as against $30 which is now at the residence of Douglas Walters "i(
': omer' with'a drygoods and ready- i Mrs Clara Wilmington Delaware every Fort Myers organization is This morning the of George t
i} V Two of the active cub in being paid for imported fertilizer I at Mulberry on Sunday January 25th. case
V to-wear-'atore and will be ready for I managers Of the- same kind. visitor: !'l havent missed a band Invited to attend. Tickets are The association U a league of South Baker negro, against the city, for _
I V'"' business the major leagues passed away during concert this season.- $1.00 per plate available at the
1 \ Saturday, If
"V ; present progress the I I Florida cities,. each entering a team, damages was tried. Baker's..rae f ;
-- ---
(ad fine ocatloan4 shoulddo Early in the year Pat Moran, mana- viltorI have missed I street cut
: two since .
1 a I Among the cities represented being badly by a broken plate. "/-:
... a big business. ger of the Cincinnati Reds and for a 1 being in Fort Myers. I think the bandis at the Saint glass at the Lee County Basic, Tttteft f':;:
meeting were: Tampa
fr The Johnson- well Realty Company number of years a diamond star of ROTARY CLUB HAS credit the Trust
a to city. Petersburg, Mulberry, Arcadia, Coiapany'e office. The horse :
the first magnitude died at Orlando,
\ are now af home in the Sims B. I*{, George New York visitor: "I I Pierce [I became scared and ram away crashing <;:.
and, The following
Fort Myers. '
block and ,have;'a very attractive office after a lingering illness. He died do not attend regularly but greatly MUSICAL PROGRAM i through te banks Urge plate : I
officers were elected for this season
fighting his last battle with the y
i GRAND RAPIDS MAYORAS enjoy the concerts when I do. glass window facing the eou(&. !
: Douglas S. Waiters of Mulberry
The room for the McClure &; Wood same determination he showed oa k I The Jury found for the plaintiff and
Company is nearing completion and :the baseball field. CHARMS K1WANIANS ; president; C. Ward of St. he was awarded the sum\ of ttOO.i \
i On September 15 Frank L. Chan* Petersburg vice-president; W. S.
this firm hopes to move in the first LUNCHEON GUEST FORD RETURNS f
Creevey, of. Fort Myers, ,
of the month. This office is being 1 manager of the Chicago White Sox

.. nicely fitted'.up, I died at Los Angeles. For yean i FROM\ LA BELLEAfter Walter Lee of Loughman. treasurer. 7 '
AT TODAY'S MEET I The meeting decided: to begin play In i 'lIBRARY LUNCHEON" j
Chance bad been -
The John .E.: Bateman company'soffices I an outstanding figure i Tlce. President Union Belick Pre- the preliminary rounds ton Sunday .
,. : will soon be ready for occu.fh" in the national game reachingthe '
sided Id Abseace ,
-111: I Of .
I February 8th.Attention
peak of his I
career as managerof
.j the famous Chicago National f Mr. Hornier visiting his property at La- Richards Tells (1.or Connie I was called at the meet- PROMISESlXCElLENT[ !

league teams of 1906-1919 which won I' Belle Henry Ford has returned to :Mack; And His. ing to the Davis Island tournament
fI Gfpvernor Makes four National league pennants and I. At the Rotary luncheon Fort Myers and Is resting quietly to- I Boys to be played en March 2nd and fol.

:"County Appointments I two world's series. f Tuesday at the Franklin day. Outside of short visits from a lowing days. That Is expected to be BQOSTER PROGRAM
'.""-- f I r. Arms hotel Vice President few friends the automobile manufac- II f Earl one of the greatest tournaments ever
<4 ivx: "i < < Stars of Old Days ; Cartwrigbt.
Y .. I Clinton Bolick presided in turer has been passing his time awayat held In Florida aad the j laa is to I"11
.. MLfB i- T"- Au ortau Press) Another noted; veteran to make his singer from Hoosierdom --- I
.. ... TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 2S..-Governor final exit'wss Jake Daobert, captato the absence of President George. E. his home on the Boulevard and rr vi who visits Fort Myers make it an annual. feature, as one of Club BtprrwaUqm and Interested :;; j -p

.i Martin has made the! following ap- I of the Cincinnati Reds, whose death Hosmer. river. every winter and spends the great tournament. of the coun Citizens to Dtseass Lb,

d j poiataients Earl Siarr, of Clermont,. .occurred ia Cincinnati en October: It.i I i There were a number of put-ot- The length of hU stay here depends considerable time at Sanibel Island I try. Among others, invitations have bray raeUltle .!I '

to be- 01Itabl. district{ 22, Lake i Daubert had a long career in the town Rotarians present and among on circumstances and Mr. was present at the Kiwanis club been extended to Bill ,Johnston number -
ty; J. 'R. Wilder. ,Justice of making Ford is here more to rest from the two in the national ranking last Tomorrow soon and the FraakUa '
minor '
coun-I and major leagues Grand :
f them Mayor Gallmore of Rap- '
luncheon Franklin hotelat
'" at the Arms
district ,(!,: Marlon county; his greatest reputation as first base-I cares ot business, than for any other year, and to the Kinsey Brothers, Arms hotel are the day, the time and f}
# i
made splendid talk:
',Wolfe.%Ju.t ce of peace 4Istrl<1. man of the Brooklyn club which position Ida Mich. who a reason is the general belief of his noon today and sang "A Kiss" In a both, In the first ten to come from the place to{ the get together, luncheon
i.1 :
,polk county; D. H. Brown. Justice he held for nine seasons. Twice W. S .Creevey made an appeal for friends manner which greatly pleased the California to enter the tournament. to be participated la by reprosentatlves

peace' dlstrlet'a.? Taylor; John L.the!I, led the National league in batting amusements for the youth of Fort club members.Dr. Efforts are being made to secure the from every dub In the r f1
4 Lee. constable district 5, Lafayette; t entries of Bill Tllden and Vincent city and a goodly number of interested
ill need of
Thomas J. Lynch, one of the foremost Myers, stressing the puttingIn ;
"f .- AC.: C. Cash,constable: district 2, of baseball Sues Ford ? J. W. Baird was chairman of Richards, and it is said that both citlseaa and visitors to Fort t i
umpires the game the tennis court at the coifgrou'nds.
shape the day and offered the prayer. The '.
I' dry; E. '1.. SPPJustice of Hen-I these. players have promised every Myers. V -- l
has known and for several yearsthe f
,and O. W..Saf; constable club sang "America. Mrs. C. M. effort to attend subject only to other The primary object ot the luncheon t fit
president of the National league. Ora.E. Chapin told of his recent Davisoa was at the piano and the orchestra ""
4 Bradford; Leslie Lewis game engagements. Definite acceptances is to formulate. plats er the f
died at Hartford, Conn on Feb. 2? with state road department -
Charlotte county; Jonah Bra the from the Williams Stock have been secured from a acquisition( of a tit for an4 construction i r
field constable district 1, Calhoun; His connection with baseball dated and of the plan of extending company played several selectionsthe number' of other prominent layers. of a library sad cleft. house j 5

J. .q. Bard: Justice of peace district back' to 1880, when he began his Ito4d.5 two wavs.. A great Florida I I TiloniBt! rendering a pleasing The chairman: of the tournament ia Fort Myers fealy. of .oce hundred s t';

3, Daval(J.: H. Donee,' county com- career as a pitcher for the Nationals loop* to be the road program of the committee Is Mr Walters. W. S. per.cent booster fo ;

taUsvjner, district! 4. Collier sue- of Washington future according to Mr. Chapin. I solo.The reports of committees: were Creevey of Fort Myers to also a. will be present aid aa 4itereltbtg ,if--;

ceedtag W. p. Collier resigned.Alasskan Pitched( First Curie Earl\ CartrlgBt; rotarian and an- I If heard and then there were several i I member. program .U u.urreL' "If
.. Arthur Cummings generally credited !- nual visitor, was present and sang a Poe
'. short talks on the subject 'A Town The South Florida association also. I Harry Johnson win be chairman =
tL1 with having been the first pitcherto which pleased his hearers. I and will preside .
song IB his inimitable
i- without. Parka. W. P. I Mr.
with or at Creevey's suggestion passed
< Dog Team discover the curve ball died at Walter S. Bowles made a short but'' If Franklin and J. EX Foxworthy made a resolution favoring the formationof I manner The prograal also la'i'
: Toledo in his 76th year It was In talk. f cludes two minute '>
Interesting t II speeches front .
;:F, Races 'With Death good talks on this subject. a Florida district association as .1 ,
:; : a college game at Cambridge Mass* There were thirty present at the representatives of each slab*:peppy ; /t._
f Richards made talk the member of the United States Lawn
..." 14V < in IS 67, that the youthful\ Cummings meeting.. Dick a oa 1 song or two interspersed wBo. clever r i
ti TI ee,Aa'ate4' press) of Connie Mack and his Philadelphia Tennis association, for the purposeof ?
!! dbcpn 'ed' and used with great effect -V I coming : I stories and stunts : : .
.t- ,'A.n 'HbRAGE* Alaska ,Jan. 2S'Moving .- the first curve known to basebalL t Athletic on February 22ad. mutual co-operation throughoutthe Those who have not already dene ,- '

oret a 4O -mile snow-covered < Railroad Executive I There were seventy present and state la putting Florida on the I so should \phone for restmUoM to ;: .' 7.
> :I' pathithefaStut:dog team In this ; the names of lea newmembers tennis map. California has always Miss AlIcU ,
Norman D. (Toney) Boeckel Jeffcott secretary of the s- .
H<. ""sepUea 1&.lI.eaded. : Kenans,.Alaska third baseman of the Boston National / Visits Fort Myers were proposed been In the front rank ia, tennis for Business and Professieaal' Women' : "_
:!1tY .;:tod iJp_ ace against the advances the reason that winter play la possible -
';'" league team died at San Diego. Feb. club, which orgaaks4fcnt U & :
_. :; aaVtpMMnlc; ,of diphtheria 'now Lymaa Delano executive vice there. Florida has the same i
ing the lancseoa. .
received ia an automobile .
U. from injuries "Vf
-.- raging ia Nwae. 'accidentAnthony president of the Atlantic Coast Line Southern Trains advantage and should produce a, national f
,'" J V The team anles3,000 units' of railroad, with headquarters at Willis- championship, sad several II' WEATHEIl
: .
t' THE
who had played Schedule '
Walsh Back
,. '".' anu-texl.JI. to. 4>e;!used'in" fighting, the managed in the New York I ton/ia9r was here yesterday In his } to first tea men la the near future as

: 1 t e epidemic. <>:. ? or teams South ; private car. lie was accompanied by 4 I I well &If some junior and boy players e
Four d tbs have been reported State International. Atlantis I JACKSONVILLE Jan. 28-The > d Highest
Mrs. Delano. The railroad magnate : at the front, with sack cooperation -
#: ainoe} Its, oureak yesterday. and Bine Ridge leagues, met Feb.accidental 6-. i expressed bis delight with the progress Southern Railroad announced here i as a; State wide Association: will yesterday .. .. :
death at WIlVes-Barre, : ( today that the lines of its system Lowest ,}
and said I
making ensure.BCLGABS
Monroe JDolly( ) Stark former; major : I Fort Myers: is were open. for traffic:via Jeaup, and J. Ut; algal "
loON AND to be 1 I f
"r TIDES that the city appears prospetu.
and in 1916 manager I whys
league player the G. s. ft F. routes on scheduled lUf&taH, & :

'. New" Moon; .24th. .:ti a. m. of the Memphis Southern league time and that delay' caused by the I: ASD GKEEX3 CLASH I Ii I t a. atlas .. .r"V

First'Quarter.! lat. ttt p. av team. was killed in Memphis. i recent: high waters in Georgia, had i .1.1i Wta4. tfifaclie*.
Fullf.31st.: 11:43 a.' .... Many Famoas >aaiesAmong I BERLIN TO SUGGEST PUT Aaron SapirO. Chicago lawyer. has .ceased: to exist. 1 1i ]i SOFIA. Jan 2S-Two villages inhabited I Wind, vet, t&fiea,

4 .Laat. 'Q .artr: 17th. sag p. m. those identified with ,th! \ mode a format" demand that Henry i This announcement' effects through i ii i by Bulgarians the Greek j I -e Sky ,.?".. .. i'oC

....i.- VA Jt CffiSCEXT BEACH game. in a bygone. era were Bob Spade rAnts Jan. 28v--The French government F'-rd Dearborn Independent retract i service to Clnclnnatf. Chicago Detroit J:side of the frontier.. have Mea surrounded f Bafoatte .... ( .
tX:':'... 0" tfedaee&y Jaaoafy .a-Hfc a famous pitcher of the Cincinnati received from Berlin reliable I I 1 statements alleged to have been in- I Cleveland 'as welt as Blrmlng- i by: troops of police and the 1 1Il

t',:ii. Btfb" ss ?.I:*SlajBTaiNl Mpon: Nationals, years .ago; Carl Weilmaa, --Information tending to" indicate j I traded national. to Jews show conspiracy to exploit Americana by In:r'- ,I,bam. Memphis! and Kansas City.' Il inhabitants severely beaten some I II f For FloridaPntsttltd.. _

V !ltiaatsf;:4dltmt !'!1ia had,,>been a, pitcher_ for the St. &!lat the ,jperman,, government +Will ricun.ure. SJtpinx baa th '1 The Southern's crack< trains, theNew being .driven Into the interior because -j i rats la central tad aorta

:V # Loul* Browns;' Harry a SUnfc, ** within',afew, days,, make a mover.to II IIf I (u file suit toe ll.WW.ww\ York-New Orleans Limited, the of' the alleged<< killing ot two tonight ,and Tavsdaf. colder ,.

:-, r i:- :;fJJ" I o($! j pitcher for :tn*: Brooklyn Nationals 1 f feel ocCkoth France: and' Belgium ....l1DanlT, Ford and others tet''l'1 Birmingham Special and'the Atlanta- I Greeks near the.border. according! to I I night la extreme .rte tAd .

",,iS tU ; la.rte.bites;' Clarence: .,. a.. (Pop> the| question of a security pact\ among Mted with lheiiadeendent' I New York Express are- -now-making two refugees; that as/re
i }. ;ift1;: :-- IK "' ]-[vigcl ,$cniunuedon'page... T!: .... tbd three power' ; ;* _, .,*-___ treu aivo .14. 4VrhcQV? 5i I(thctt ,c c$144 I4p6. :-- ___ JliQ'ln; { ; :. _ .1t 12Jn I? 1r'J4r. ;: .= ,

... ,:IW "1;' '-; t VV

tic. V

;. =- _' '>, : );; r <' '- ': 'il >' __________ f

'> ........... "o PJas"- lr ; s." _

.' '- ;::: ( >J ,." iL.;; ''... ''Tr F;: 'r--- '-:-= : ::'-::= --_I'f'O.'!! _. "l1J... -.. ...,..- ----4--: """"", -" .. -- .T-" -- -,

< '
:: :. ..,; ,' .. ', 1T

; e. '. \ F


.' '::1 ,' i'- e .

: .. .. .... ,. 3J5DAT
-- 17It.a.) ..., --, '
,,?,, "'- .,. mt '....\ WEDNESDAY: ;....; 'bJ$
r r -\7 .. .
;:;,. "'" ... fonT MItes. ss. nIECSo FLORID.\.. .. ,,- .

.. --: JHE }!)nT: :l\1\ fiS R AN... EPOCH' MAKING\ ,. .EVENT., -- I'rulged-, and ,.'after a grounding In !i I ilt1tI! t'( IfE8ES? 4-
EisTia his uni-
ARGUE will enter
1a <-<' -
1tJers FwMaa. -
.., ''''.,......_._ This will be the first> time that | IH!
8 bwd The the Seaboard frogS state 'Wednesday. Txratyetuhth AVIAIT SOUTH FLORIDA
?WtT 'l\fYERS\ opening of new VER BOBBED HAIR a Prince of Japan baa studs d la a

., I :.- Pf2ESS, Ineorporatrd railroad last Sunday- and the .visiting:: of\ Florid\ The Fort Myers Kiwanis foreign university except military Institutions I
.'.. .... ...SOS3ib,1. Fabllsher lead GeaHal( Mauaifer. Club will meet at the 1
L: .. ., by hundreds of important persona in the business and the radical l departure he wide toklhee !

., Iosf ....at wit.iy......t ai.teeatter Mardi 14 4111 to the vprld'' as the guest pf Mr. tjarieIJ.} ( president of 'ao. ,5/ 11:00 Franklin o'clock.Arms hotel at By( Tk' A* wUt""i Pmui) from custom- is looked upon in Japan I EXPOSITION VISITORS *. .-- 01

... FW ;;: a Delia; lender the .Act of Marob >J.Uil.l the.& board railroad) ( PQ) this
W is. a-t..ekb weeseer .i Nn..ber U. 1114 eM u epoch in the history of }Florida It means the The Business and Professional and against bobbed hair are prolific Jie position of the royal house n.** msto ":,,,

', .. lIl a dally.\ oa March U 1,11.l same as the opening of the East: Coast Railroad club meet! at\ the chamber women's of- and have agitated the minds even of -- Some of WcrJli"f< Lust( Will De Mere all ages m|

j, ..:,;; .('$ -i q7 T.JSt. AS&PCIATED PRESS to Miami by .FUgler meant to the state when commerce offices at 7:30: o'clock. learned professors.! Lecturing toaieiEfcsrs At Tetmatoe -5 Belle the
? tie.lle J ;.xeleeavdy entitled to th. i of the {London College, of .' tr adeaoe ec,1!
: a.a
vbttc ac. a 'ai new. dicpatcbea{ cr ffit.1 to It or not ottmr that ",vent occurred.: One hundred ;per cent attendance of Physiology Professor II. J. Harper: ; I Ifasf f Minute NewsFlashes .- '- a* M.d f, _
paper and aloe the local dub members la
! ptk urged.
: .', ,h,, ;r..u: Mw VubrepobllesUoa The pew railroad from Coleman to West s Roberts said! bobbteg bad -evidently( t Thouatadt of people ttf pas> hosAncfida **r.4 all !hfawe

j .... -t1Nfte4.' 'tv a*<. s 1I t* of' special; 7 dispatches haraia' are Palm Beach, constructed\ in a remarkably tshort The Kutre Noua club will meetat come to stay 'its advantages were!: ';am lntsw ed fn tt* livestock Among
,, BUBSCIUPTIa1t'IL&TEsT1ire. It becoming to A certain : industry in the state, will< shied the
I -::- '_ time and in the .best.possibk !manner! with!! the Mrs. R. threefold; wee A i find I
the residence: of, W. Ran-
: { ,;r! .outatcSe JA. CoIh' ''r' OIar. fiat hundred pound j .rails ever placed on a ioriua dell &t 3 o'clock, _, type of woman it made for freedom
, ; S!kIl1.-1- f. ir e u t l.adrr Counur.'Fur. .AI railroad demonstrates that Mr. Warficld\ and hisassociates and it was easy to- dress and I Klortdli? Pair: whfch' opwsr February : PRthge
UJ-1 .. '_ wash The disadvantage was thatit 35attec ive arrag Il uaaderstor
& : JIu. __ I } keBU (;
of ) Florida. and The Ladies Altar Society of Saint WASHINGTONVilbur C. Russell
the vision
have what
81x )lOBUle .
I ; 4 .,1'ear t.u exposed a sensitive part, of the I !have been made for the ,tiring of all uthi in
w one Year., .
"eQ particularly,.South Florida is going to become in Francis Xavler's church will give a was nominated today as postmaster)
-" I' neck which often broke Into a rash etc. and the moot awsV. the earth
$ cattle bogs. was]
1 '
'. 1' Br..aly 'FotC elyer.F' TRtsa One Tear, ; short time card party in community ball at 8 of Fort Pierce Florida..
r. Th. p '' a for about month afterwards. eagle
:. 3vesurF.urtMttsr.1" ... Six Months -11.00 I o'clock. Refreshments will be a ere pa have heed twtaHed and $' oft.ll.

.r< T .,... J' ''': ,.. .... -10.INO-" .;' 1Tothe: : Press there seems no doubt but that served. A beauty specialist Dr. Jacques SAINT PAUL l-linD..Weatera and rerjrthlng pertaining ta the sttfiitarycgnUU aieea ad star

Within, ,th; next', two years the Seaboard will be i Brettmon takes exactly the opposite :: Southern railways were denied a iis carefully adopt*!*. ahie. at a ofea

; ,. MFMnfRfA cpnatrueting 4.wo more important extensions of its I' Dixon Camp No. 9683 Royal Neighbors view. He condemns the modern temp ra.ry Injunction to restrain the C. N. Benjamin director io-charge( Not .* the

Ai.>V/.vi wJTMiber Uum orida ,
= fQN 1. roITO IM this takes\ it will hare the tion at 7:30: p. m. in Pythian nail. II and says many women have told him I in territories{ in a decision cl the thuaed ever t tie maatl st'D' Of Interest of I
( ,and when place :
Ii '.,," : 1924 Refreshments will be served. A they wish they had not been bobbed."Man's I' United States!! court lied here today. on the part of many owners of ha *.
'm! atatowpt l cqvered with its lines. t
; Ideal woman Is still the The ,
codlal invitation is extended to all I'I'i &erd nationally PeeOI ked Sw their Mry ra .;
I i twi1SSOCttTION1, < ---. A few years ago this roan: was In bad shape, visiting neighbors. I i ideal of the ages," Dr. Breemon WASHINGTON= President Ctool- superiority. Mr.: Benjaada says that a z.S, *e ..a sad ;

I a(;. wJ': : but today it ia one of the most progressive railroads says -a woman with flowing hair : idge asked congres today to enact visitors to the Fair will be aWe to S 4 i-- as eelipee i i

..7b.r( Betltjtera 1r.wipaplt 'bUlter, .Aueelatl.a. L in the entire country; and doing its share The Rebekah ledge No. 63, will over her shoulders.! When she bobs!! I II into law "at the earliest' possible see soRHf' of the finest specknenta& In Se or Ute wrath l ;

.Ttortd Press A +.t1pUeM1t.. at all times for the South the country through hold an initiation and supper. The I I her hair she cuts so much from oar date," the measure recommended by tbe world which baa excited- 'Admiration 55 -S tertor 1uc1, or l

.t J' i: ,.XM&bez>R ".dO AssoeWed 11tltle TT .. .. which it forms a most important artery for com- meeting will open at 7:3in: ) the conception I I of her. In our eyes it enhances the agricultural commission. In all Ute big events tiirougk- :,' ;S ..s worahJ p) f .i

.Xember.8eat1* .:;' r-_-Florila* r Press* Association. Odd Fellows hall Every member U the beauty of every woman." out the coaatry. PartWlarly' graHfytag t; tile a.ekat 1Persia. I _
merce.The I urged to be present and visiting i iI ,. .
I is Hat exhibit that wltl l come Ata
F .Wednesday Afternoon,,January, 28, 1925 .writer had the privilege of( being one of I Rebekahs will be welcome.At I SPORT NOTESThe from 'various sections of- of these

I the invited guests of President Warfield on this I Jap Prince Shun? ... FtorWa leek. u IlII'.r
the remark ble advancement
'' JUBLE THOUGHT f Fpii TODAY. trip and the( reception which the four special I I 3 o'clock there will be a meet- i r Regal Surrounding'sBy in this great industry. TIM 'I'M' EiYPt.J: n
try {- t trains, received all 1 along the route last Sunday Ing of the Woman's club at the I .Co
> 'rS9fetf. : ,.whiJt, asleep:-*! will both Western Intercollegiate Conference lessons to be furnished by this Bx- the Lost i'4:"
j_jr,=1ediwUin peaetv uil deep\ for and at Pain} Beach on Monday demonstrates that Gwynne residence, 60S First street, 'I < Th! Atxoeiated trod.> will start its basketball! season hilt will convince the visitors tint ". ...5, i.M were !oaastroaomic. -
} tart people are glad to pee the new railroad and I with Mrs. W. F. Gwynne as chair I TOKIO, Jan. 23.-Prince Yasu- ,
; than; tori-: poly ,:makest. me dwell in January 5.January. Florida is an Ideal state fr table i ifgaorante l lt
>_fetY*-*PsaIm.4: & that it will have a good business from the start.It i man of the program "Highway De- I I hito Chichihu second son of the emperor -- pafarfac.. and: some of the soeddnt.. ,"n I I
.. velopment. Members of Woman's [ will sail for England In May .
reduces the time across the state from Tampa I I 15 Is the date fixed for raised here would attract :attention! occasion o: itk Jl

to( 'West Palm.J1each about fifteen-hours- -orn 21 ]J Clubs from other cities are cordially : for a stay of possibly four years. He beginning Ute initial race meeting .1 f, aM excite admh'atfen> in any. "ndM. In "i meet app..| i

.THB POUT KTKBS.rBESS ri\TFOB hours..to . India tilt
call will be all precedents for t
Items concerning highways a princecf
the same proportion. It may be six months before : Fla. Nothing tt !being overlooked In any Vera lIMe r-&i itag

.A'..Udjti.iwd {3Pa: A.pelsfey. vWds, Al.",, the track is ballasted so that this time can: \ and their development. lege the premises.royal house will live in ,col- I -.--- of departments! of the <6ouXh- Florida ,< eldlred b,
:i ttaUr' Ssfttals PInt for ) be "Red" Grange the Illinois Fair and it Is espectafly'-'notteeMe ft* USM <
? Miilripal Water made but such schedule will be star wDl
a easily Accomplished The )1111fItteruuq \ i
Fort Myers Rebekahs will meet at prince's year abroad will
.*ylltptr'f: f "" :' be remembered as the outata> dtog !* of the Increased a<*ivify:and< interest kMebeerl > i
Just as soon as the track has settled '7:30: o'clock in the bank of Fort My be spent In the home of a British;! < t" '
castor Fraat& er Iiteai'Park led ...l8Ipal AMI. gridiron performer of the 1924 foot- which Invoivea five Btocfc exhibits. E.
$4F11PLy.a.. *and few been months.ballasted, which will be in only avery I era building. Visitors are welcome. family whose name has not been di-'i: ball season. '01. ':* e Aaiees to.i: .Sf. 1

'iR1TjtYrnAt! .BnltJu" ; President Warfield on this trip had about Thursday, Twenty.nluth' "VTskM ,
G free BrUg to Cmeent: Reach. five hundred guests from the north and east and I Representatives from all clubs aDd Got RicH Quick A new eight-club baseball league field Western Association team' next .that tile ucl'an,
made of in -
,Peeper JUver Cbaniel : up towns northern Kansasand aeesoa '
1 (it fniU of Fort
Eatra.ee'or :| among them a great many of the leading business organizations Myers will dine southern Nebraska is In prospectfor < asblelfa) fry.."

Obeaei t'1ta: 'r-riel.: !! ;... .. men of the country including many influential at the Franklin Arms hotel at 12:30: next ....... the (
'.C, I. ,.' ,,I,fie 1"lIJItJ'; > Syrtem at Ro.... newspaper men. It is said that before in.the interest. of the library and clubroom season. Whether the Ea Uca Wf League, Stfck was a n.:J t
never ) :
movement. shall expand to an igkf-lab circuit
CewpleUon.tfiaLtpmt"Trail: and.. P ,'" tag ..
tr< rt'lfyers-f ,
P have of the business reve wj
Psf many great men of .e Landing a first baseman' capableof will probably be decided! at theleague's i
4 J..cIllJ: 1. ; I i t the nation( !been gathered train I filling the shoes of the late sea of milk! t i
If } on one a \ came\ Jake annual I mqUg to be held ,
Wa.f.. .. club barque t at
Fifty Thousand ,
, ,:', v .. ., ht.pf /ways ladailq Pla.ttagat', churning -
.icam I
; ;: into Florida Daubert the 1
this Mr is chief of
week Wajfield's concern the .
/ as < guests. Franklin Arms hotel\ at, 7:30 o'clock. at Salisbury Md, early i in D1iary. s I
. t, 'IIl..fJ; .D. {Ipng.. aplamt II Oear serer, We' congratulate, Florida the building this Cincinnati Reds Just at present w : a biv i[{ :
on. of
of B. T.
t- } Tickets obtainable at storq of ,
Ii i
-'OtL l1ll9a4ening;: ; \ot'jtplal) Palate along road and .Press ent Warfield and his associates' Shaw. The first championship tournament 4 :- Deitruui : 1

.,.':! v taN' Bill>I Boalltan. te. hilt a.'Ra.. ..... g 1'' on!\ the Seaboard -Airline( .Railroad Board of Director a s 'I II Hub Purdue the old.! major league I of tie Southern c oaf Assotfa&oa t was IS t Ad dan held or the;a t :'; .
t _
.. ... ; 'Yazd 3.'Esg'CiaeL. . ?. ? for having the vision\ to do what they did. Itrn.ea.n9 I Caloosabatchee tribe. No.. 31 Impd. pitcher, la among those mentioned ,, held at Naahvige.} In' 1W2 aDd'w's wen .q.{ Cf bnmng, j j

f i : : : : : ._. r .. P' : much to Florida and much\ to the Seabord. O. R. M., meets at Odd Fellows halt I for the Job of managing the Spring- by A. F. Schwartz of New> Orleans. ;t} Wkkll Rahu.aged i

All visiting chiefs Invited. .. '. i
The e following article in
It CHANGE IN-MANAGEMENT OF the Manufacturers I to (?: .1 i
Regard by Richard H. Edmonda I The Old Home Town 5 i .lib throat ,
, ,. ,i N1S\ maygiv usm.qre FrUaV Thirtieth 4|: I By Stanley: v i
.><. insight into what it may mean to Florida?. a 4 cut off :i 1
: The young Matron's! dub will meet
A few Weeks ago Darwin Klngsler, president of the I' MrtfVMa druui; ,J
5t. 1l' : v-- .., New. .York Lite lasuraace With.MrjL; Is Foiworthjr$ on Lee I a GOo" GR FERY .
compaay. IB a speech 4tj)&$ t (4Gl S l 'te'e C Mores .. haad lIaII
I r < 'The announcement Hotel Ctarendoa -Seabreeze turped ,* 'discnJatoaof atrehl, '3 o'e' Tt5 KNOCK. eToFF. I
was made in yesterday's I You tie .t,. St : _
f. great ':' yq"'s 8 !
11: kal}I News that P.'J.Benlz' Harold many interesting things( and of the future pf Flor{ eery ouAW .
:Bents and I
1dN' ; to few ftf HI MSl a
a words of enthusiastic
Bar praise of S. Davies Circles A and C of the Woman's: pON ,. -
: 1IU (
8)J ntz.had sold their stock in the Bent Warfield president of the Seaboard Air late, taking the Society: Presbyterian church, will KitOGawCT I rhes It 91
;t-'f--: ;: .. th )tjiarrispn.f Puller ground that M;. Warfield should rank with Flagler and d oa ecUP06." ii
: ". i t..*f'd. : a serve: m. chicken\ \ an4\.watrle"supper\ In' F W WELL.t E IF IT ;
Plant. In the of the I r
,; 'gt1JTp" Minnesota, and W..teJ'... Mr. upbuilding state. the church parlor from S-to S p. m. j's ,''i .D 1NREH reEwwsnn i Etl 1
Kingsley. used the
occasion of the building of the ..
.l; e a a+: 'Th. mo c n. t
.Jnanl4i r, of th New s Florida and Western Railroad by the Seaboard: under _
fe; : i d that :AIr. fpUer Warfleld'a! Initiative and constructive power.. to give UB East Tort |( .Iyei$Sewing Club's I Ya11A15YgiR SHAFTS EOO TiAtwvRoF AiIPA UTRE { il Uston ao.jAears t1f

f=;)1.' : J :e4ita 'ef.? the NeoPa; w i th:'ti Va3 e eJ" ,C tinted praise' to what Warfield had accomplished.; In the a silver tea. at fall Aground* pavilion I It.t. are TNKERINq{ .5.1.0141, m aUoueei aI

I ., _. ', .Be t;. 4busMeaslnanager, and iielvyViJientz\ first place against tremendous disadvantages financial from 3 to 5 o'clockMemWrs',. of theo r .asap V J a rartrt A e LT CRaiT I e : WM t tl fof J
I c rte hiau per *f the and! otherwise. Warfield succeeded In financing the tw Tourist -cluiiare'! especially infitedas 55 e MEe?' PAInT I COULD ... the
mechanical departments Walter hundred mile extension of this line through the to as are all other citizens of Fort My- rsT six uoLLARsI j ".... >:sd: :M i{
I.. uwm 6 tinrtnpud J. 10010.1 made too nut: !h ji
: lit.. :kn9)Vp''' 4 her : .ant Jklr. Fuller, .b ,a "U'.art,ef{ Florida. In addition- that,. he built 'this road ers or East Fort Myers, who wish to money for investor* In his br-jli Br4e&ce. I \ 11 At1'f DAY i 'idle! battle .BI -;;; 3 3tsetl i

!! i<"- dslq Ri6meiiJrth\ ) | ,t't'Ii large .newspaper ex- through the co-operation *t Vice President; ponsal In a become acquainted. Federal v4llctrs< Un.-fle l = i -land I Bad the..
i k.- A!' ill l U d shorter time than any oth er road\ of peal length had ever "not rt r
.t : 'q. ; ell)te41y.add( to the strength: 'constructed DIachoX tin bi* wet iroi anon efWr
T t t e.; .-; Vewplponie the gentlemen'to |JIJ thp history a two hundred OCLE SAX DEFIES CHINESE: California le Clp.gote; 9.wr I.! Ferns.FKaai ..
} the Bile line ready for operation -'If..thin ten months frpm the : ,i_ 't 1 TIle m.' ' ;..ji. : P 'JVJPAper.lOlf';= in Fort Myers! and! aS8t1" .,l&em\ gf time' the first pick was struck, into the ground. I I Charges Is charged of opratn wfcH! 4-.ir!\ '"coi', :C.vju; + + nine.He i'Sou i\ IB tit, :..

.' our poo er:1\: \. "at pptnle.tl. Bat this week Mr., Warfield will cap the climax of his' Br TheWASHINGTON'Aaeoiated'rnet) cut of $3ee ,6,1:, to au r-ospons oilFASHIONS i sAY rf N; o 1cAY is' arndInA j
}: ,! 11.' n. .m.. achievements up to the present time In carrying orer his Jan. i8-Ameicap swJndic. aADK! As tN atF14NrO tilt death : :y
i. Una and into Florida about five1 vessels in .Shanghai waters have been { ,p JOEI 'RillI .
: I'
r t ; t' I .c. hundred\ guests, includ I BESTRuMenRi ATM ,,,
/)=; 't 'Y' ARENAS FOR LAWYERS tag many of the foremost financiers and business men ordered to escort American or Dr-\1-\ i To JOSSiGwt gquT .e TOWN'I loon ;.
.... --. i ... .. and great newspaper leaders of the entire east. hah I ships which desire to leave _0 _S I .7 KNOCKED I Ii I. :
f {1r-; ir. bout five hundred people in the party there will be four I Shanghai at night even [in the face of ,..r i cowls? .1 t tAre t',, i
: '!e \fso( :a. case of rsaq special trains, two of ( .
t1PqOlt 5 them rmnniag straight (from) Kew I the guns of the Wooslng tort commanded I v rtkis .J.Jf. ?
he- rnmlnalt York This will be the most remarkable gathering ever I f. of Verdoa. ..'
.J Ifner. by General. Wang. i ii
.:..t M 1 ; e 3t t 1'' gotten together in the south and perhaps viewed t i
L '' ;j t mil TtJir t Tamils as en' from I -- t------ w i ii !r <* ms y '<
many standpoints. In this
r :. i 11*:.: iit b the wa t .C sijppl" .. Thenprobabiy'had p. that ,trip will Include Charles country's W. Barren history., owner The men of the on &? FOIBLES i NOSE V.EUTY fount- TWO (C:4151.( OLD MttK .i. i ....*'* TV4 ,. F
the"well. cIean.ap.d sto w' t tt tKe Wall l Street' Journal; Brisbane. of1 International 1 newspaper 1 I | TICKET .H A BOOK VT HOMSi. T> mReFtY {, s ?f
... J& tamer the president of the United :Press the -edl-)Embroider! I | MISTER wElJTr SAYS TMC ONl-f WAY HE Sit a SZ .
t tt!!}!' ; [ -
;. <1t '** lawyer J j1jHl'i*' and- tore' of many of the leading papers and likewise. many of ty Shirley l Sharon ,Z gTABTT CAM SET A'ANY GOOD CUT OfTHEv|l is Ta .1 1 f e'Mfhtr. ; .
. f. a judge were called: to the foremost hotel mea pf $the cenatry : WAC xsi OF HIS OWN-- ._ f oavgi. FFrc t I I Ib

/ the ,fcaflfee t dsf A .used, their: bwn methods,, then It is Impossibly toe estimate the value to the South nd mmtient i

',,would'be, sentenced.,tq six months for hav,,: to Florida of such: a gathering. The reports that will go Outburts of Everett '1: I calL" Colii'n .. '
;:. hid one ._ {
: < V wit be read by a very: large proportion of the entire .L .. ""hewledgr
.. i Ill.;.> ft"" .t at"' J:" ", population of the pouijrr.( The very magnitude of the ex 'i T *
c. .,V'; ,' : t ( version the' vast wealth re..resented2y. \ the financiers 'THAT'S AN AN"Qc.l51.I ROT: T TN
woadINe4 who will t be A 'S l UCi .
OK band the boundless\ ) influence of the newspapel'l J :50 'rove p1CtcCfl:: cTvP

,1 : W t tj (to give typhoid to a Jot of well peoplx ''e. degree of which favorable will be publicity represented probably will give to Florida a 'rat''' ..l t PcRt-\ IT UP ((54 A cure; U't''tLJ.sR;

a e Qr* ; American' courts, .Darrow ceived by .&Ul never before' re IN A'CU 'tTT\.e SHOP HVH *
says, are I *pjr la .the. union at on* time. Not\; only t P, YoV
::;; .me .arenas for. !lawyers," And he ought to Florida\ : but tha'entire south will be benefited. Men will ii ART HOP. PtCKtrD lrt" AGAN' IT '

: : k .sees th, t' he has been one' of the moodiators4e t go told back them, to their fcoraea* ear ins; tbat tie half has Bat been :. of thp south, (resources Md opportunities. ?),ir .
:.< J. that arena. Now .that Warfield will.bar thus achieved.wark i to JIIfAJ* T"55 i
; pf
, t"!;.' e'. :fQrfrfoiilitn< !| court_ 'procedure'! and importance that be will deserve and win that inch enthusiastic,national == = Coat OfCBJHtfc Sfn! ,. 5 'h

' I :UJ "JrrEIDt\ t .p.f f?f 'rlsonersV be/ore: commendation given to him by Mr Kingsley. "evfck -
\VbUe{ the strategic situation M. 1111'"
.'. :' '. :.: .- eevea. a hear'g., .. building\ pf this new road offered to connection Mr. with the> x xfE at ehorc&estks 'J'J
,, ____ ._ _._ Wartleld. this 1 ;
'. reat onrwvtunlhr ft .u' 1. 1. xF ,
.' .. ''' ., a J <. '
' .> ..... ') .....- iedth': '' '' '' r "'YO", &41 wu. ual ne ere- North i
!. v4 O '! opport4Alty.The -- J. I, W JI" t"; _
:4.r J I
1 example set by Mr. Warfield -
: : might, well) be Imi I flat cbtrch
. '.. t", _'" ..i tated' lip other raijroads In-other states'of' the south, for PH'" 10 li t; 1
." > if properly; arranged and properly handled i .Q
t limitless e's.
: good ;fE Alkali Sa
would!! be brought about for the. i
4t : :t=- -:- rye. qL ppara. .a t ijf xoada. .which) undertake each ,work.south and for the rely. where 1 kilT<

f," :.'.. : ale rnany.ra44Q, tallii Ilaiet The "lfae ufsclhrera Record extends: Us heartiest r .. .... '
':: o greetings and .Its:warmest! ,. IlS TrfsjtJ. t- -
few Aipericans are sung ; .congratulations to President i
.:;..; r e I't / Opera"limes in New Warfield for.that !Initiative and tireless! energy which will A WU(4 say '
? bring forth '
abandaat rQ
y i > explains the-teastut. an harvest to hU own roadto the .3 v eat Is fttbkt :'
Says state of
and indirectly-to the .
r .- south as a "whole ax pI- i ichwih
F : ": : Jiiilio-: G tti-CeSa a'-vh: MAT his.trlbe'Iacr e.'" trot 1
; : >
trector General of;this" : atrrraares i
t fa lot to. t >oNo ",
:. ,. or,;tfeei; K*' filt -'ffirS; 5589i

f.:!;. ski. ao'=V'=Imagine set\ A Imeiic>
. : 'tion., iq} j Wn'-nr: fuainstq:: the people generally of Tampa are preparing for The tustt-Dtfedolrt. aoUJs issue Y. Conan ll l

-2' iage..4JHr., r.draws, a a rouingwelCo a fa all l who visit that city dur- awe; a. vtatict o/vatslUmi at all IK*. Ui

,.. ai. te that of.Presit Cpplit'he tag\ the South.. Florida Fair, which opens February 1St ffDinctoirt refers,Incfoycbte: cch I

,t Q.aur the. Paat.r'hyi4ra;i -3Floridans-., tars ud the narrow nUwudle of a 18.1 n. -

the.l l40ffu ge of. t the .country I t dtltlktfvRy! J TAMPA. ,j'i r }
: graceful period Parts of 14.545
.ham hnn .4f k. fe .8um .along..with un- 5
.. gal J power..:;e.''Itt1 fifteen 'of Mr Son fashions o t-1 court aa* r _
years themselves; who visit, the South = rH are lowly"in themselves W It1 realty brok

: e .ainger,,hsA FSpveiv fo.bc t 1prf 1a Far-wfecli| opens I Fpfcrqary.; 3. will te ;.5, I otbea fashion: are which invested when with beauty by t OtJLth r pi ...... 011 ;
jS it has
: yare (
"A"i Lawrence Ttbbett the amazed, at. the' wonderful growth of Florida, as a lecord nasjady graced Jassed.le-aftS and bizarre. dectAlon w.. -

broke .t through | f Reflected in the displays of the resources of the The Empire, the Dircctoirc:: and the ItI )Ii"-" Spotorpsfigissiea: G ,
: 8 ago:'<: t .b stale. ,: ec h teeolh century ne t i. *ytt have is -., 1 1tltaintt1ag 1t

I .> .....e. _. fshiP; in a 1a Inherent beauty Tbe new Dircctoire b
-- :>- '" v-> -. r. note ia dense. )is theReon; tot be ratcbed I1tIf. .rcnun
-c : \: Bite ew r islet vrabniiOeud + Q.
I"- ting ,and dacational will be JltST thusia Se Eat it .
-- : '''- detente pt a k adJM (fah, tp Iaaa tuttfiged itedE w of naDariy ; I +
:: :i : '' '' the SouthFair: and the, amusement feathealost a d Jwrt* TIM*, trim 16W attract,{l lk4a tile Qoiius; and jeyets sad oatiyw ad- ( r

... .. : tg'!(mud atartt ..k .vcivH gown wets its daaete'a toticUe oftha penxL U is stW.esast The BrOKCqell "'- %) =
trt8! 1b
J IIMI" iII" 'f'ft'f tuturot eau. Tketc.ta3Wtnesilwehe. often in the.eew fap-amaad ooaU -of t 11r $ oft "

> .. .'.- -> ---. ttlhitnlslgvRnt" .! :snlebaddsNet5 gr5C l fcjiMdclotb.Motbet,platcalti taJa!i_ I/ : tt"'Jae" It. 1 1Y
d :. ::- ,;tope ioltly la the Uije.ra y f>' 1i

'" iIf. :J

f"T j.- .. i.'i :.,_. ,t :'"-\-'__: :''''' _::: ':_.::''''': ",,,5.J i:, -.' .' ....+wM'= ,L'._ V-';'.')>;":';: ?-"_""' ., A'reis .. 1", _\' i r ._'j L" ..S. 1i

,...... '
;;- u .. _.. -. I :cT 1
j; '
r ,_ '- .' ...-: :
"' .. .' :__..._...: '


J \

,; ::' SD\ .
li'rEncoor. .
Uf..U yS.
Ir''' .p \. ifti :''' -. 192:": __ THE IOUT'mnS PRESS, FORT )[TEns, FLORID _. THREE

; 1 r: _, ._ .
\\i i t tTOES! OF INTEREST"aroused ; by noting their license tag birds are so often seen in an accessible .

'. :' MOT OR TRIPS A 3ROID Dr. Eliot Is Hearty and Mentally j 1 Now it seems>to/m<* that DUlnbe..1 place as at ,San CM** on tie ;
; / us who live here saouW Gulf and Bstero Island and BW that '-

/ THROUGH Il ALL AGES ; The Most Famous Cathedral j k Alert at 90:' Hapsood* Finds Oat WhyDr. to this destruction) fer it ) the San Carlos Co. f* developing the {.
. man percentage of ou* own peeole I land next the Gulf many more people
J JbtDetJ
L FOURTH OF A SERIES OF TRAVEL TALKS \ Charles W. Loot DOW to tt bid. and visitors who are guilty of it; for:I will come here to eJo? the beau- -; \
det most < -
rear ts the I .
,,:; ne wide interest caused by the a ttegnwbed mAIl la America today I have learned by talking: with pen :,ties< of Otis land and if we allow our r': c:;

: ; cent ecUpee of the inn really declare Norman Uspgood. pie, of both clas&Vthat: moat of them [I birds to be destroyed they wilt surely \ .'.
; i/haling/ '''facta regarding ahnUar There te ezaetty one man over appreciate the fact that one of the rates one of the greatest charms: ot: -1:
".. nomena displayed by the human -" ntoety year* old whose optnicw an I greatest charms of Crescent Beach is I this locality! ';-
1! tn aU egei and In all land.. 3)/ ; iC4:1' taken 8 l1OUst)'." be isy*. -Utter its bird life. |I I have seen heatHs shoot shore .5 l'I .
;, Before the dawn of '.4. of that an mar be tnterrwwco out And I would venture to say that'[I birds en the beaM then ride -
of cortotitT. but thanes W. Eliot: -w
i adeaee ( ) there ia. not another the I I bird toteg..08 the sand
soli Dana of the sun and : fai tale only ODe V&OM tboa lIt place on away leaving
superaUUoua : counts. I globe as wonderful as'Estero Island !:!:crtpp1 ai
4: el red a is. the prlmanal alarm and y H rG.n1El F I "What enable Doctor Pilot to txM in point of natural attractioas and!:|!this in the name at *** :'y awe among the races .In-I alert at ninety aa be wm at people from all over the U.S.. are]I' not rather a mere destfurttve Instinct ':' J
1. excited the aa 1 forty t la other day: old people) t finding it out. j I'I a blood lINt..we- than so- "
dread same apprehension: I were oa the shell Wben pbyiicaJyteor I 4 tOR. In driving along the shore. of San called savage pose" that thy seek 1 \
; an experienced on the occaalon %Ft det p 9 t.} r if: t : leavened there was not morn a Carlos bay I have often been araafeed I to gratify? 4" "
.earthquake f for the mind to droll oo
a i; i do except
volcanic '
H, eruption I f i by the hosts ot birds I have I the htoM Me of the ,;
.1 r. the of seen: Leaving ot y
I a. thunderstorm or t ?l e i pact, which Is the ofrtnnnut -
,Ja the a cyclone 0 l 14i death. How much at Doctor ElicOvigor : Shore birds stately Wood Ibis, gro- I question M me urge that all who are -.
the Infancy' f. the human .. t* due to bill mind and new tesque pelicans: dignified herons of!jintreeted in the progf*** ad development .
earth WM supposed to be at ffitilti' teoeh to his eplendid nf'Jd. several species rare egrets and on of this comawotky/ (and who i i .
center of the universe and that 1 These are qoewtion*too which MrHapeoed < ODe occasion: sight which I stall is DOt?) consider this. matter carefully -
t moon ad editor of Hearst Inter-
'stars revolved around never forget-a flock of roses spoonbill and if we have sot law. already
globe at a g. x. i..e.. ',' ,,1aannal. oagtit answers la an tntarriew I ,
? certain fixed commonly called pink curlew, provided to prevent shooting of birds
: with the Harvard
,. :' ,Not even the seer' and hor 'president, renowned m the February I standing in a shallow pool with the on Crescent Beach let us for our
Of ancient time understood ; issue ol lotercatioraL reported The remit dark green mangrove for a back- i own pleasure and the pleasure and

;; mechanism Of the celestial world. <. : I to an' tntimau study of .CL15. W. EUOT ground and the sun just high enoughto profit of others, now and la the fu- 'j

;.l .S.. Worshipped M Cod ,1,1Ty Biof corks of health Or'I PCC-ilOEKT; EMESmft\ OF' HAAW&3mitfl show their reflections mirrored in ture, do our individual beet to preserve -
I Tie eary races of men r mess and coottnooas education.Dr. if the water. Such pictures are rare and cherish the birds that art ,
Kbofi him at nicely
remarkable so vigorous
the inn and physicaleondittoo : and it we do not our attractions oti L
regarded his wit* now preserve |one of the greatest
iS' 1 .Mt u attributed to his daily his mind bad cot kept training
by an eclipse aa the work of a r : :Ifcabita to eat' moderateij. to his body."Figures. birds we will soon lose the chance of i I'Crescent Beach.
or the wrath of an unknown! and 'deep at least seven boar a night put out by Sir Sidney ever seeing. them. Think: it over 't
.perior god or of a gigantic! with window open to take regular Lee, the noted Shakespeare scholar! There is no other place where rare I MRS. DOROTHY E. EVAXB. ',
Bun worship exercise to the open air every day and editor! of the Dictionary of -:,
.I...y. the ancient prevelent to use BO stimulants to enjoy aU National: Biography. seem to indicate m WllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllilllIllllllllllllllllUU{ UlllllllilliftHHttHilllUII{ ( 3 -.
'. the natural delights without excess that an active mind make' torI"ong t
Persians, AsyrUn and in any and to keep coder all earemmatances : life Of the 1(30( persons woo 1 1f
t AII of these nation used the a* serene a spirit as got into the dictionary the avengelife
disk as their emblem of the sun sis naturepermita" was seventy. Four treed to FOR SALE j
,I"} The Egyptians "Be stand like a young Indian," be over a hundred Nearly four
the worshiped animals 'says Mr. Hapgood; "he rowed oo hundred wem over eighty. Lee I=_ i
most part, but the Semitic the vanity crew, be has alwsy himself taxes definitely the stand a- Yes
i... ion were based upon reverence been regular in exercise, diet and that there is a connection between Fifteen 50-foot lots fronting on McGregor: | '
astronomical: object Superstition sleep, but i doubt if all these necessary sustained intellectual effort and '. ; 1

l' Ignorance went hand la hand on foundation would have. length of life." Boulevard between City Hall and Tourn'a- !:

r:; ,occasion of an eclipse and Ie S; 0

i I the most appalling apprehensions ." ti e y a;. .. Joan of dr4( PUBLIC FORUMTO I going on at Crescent Beach. I hav, = ment street. 1 :.. r \ :
In India the dragon Bahu and errs) eyewash daily seen cars filled with men (1)) : ':f
n' v were held responsible for the armed with shotguns drive up and I .,
;I. tag endured by the sun and moon .t..1.: ...... ... .., Cl-rl.tae Dasptia. VII THOSE INTERESTED down our beautiful beach, shootinat : A PICK-UP t i i:1 ii
the time of the e lipse. An j I IIT Editor Press: every bird in sight until sometimes gI -
r 'Missionary in India tells the of Front enP4.1eC.ariaCirrbusu.astotartbrp It seema to me that it is sad indeed I have wondered if there werany i X ; \i .

!," : Interesting story by which the Catltirol at Rktim _' .. 199 to' see the creatures that have I,[ justice. I Inquire of J. J. Vorpe | .o ;ii :, 1:
Classes today explain an eclipse: been provided, to make God's universe -I I Some of these people are citizens I :
Hindu Stery IS getting increasingly common and one month. beautiful, shot down maimedand of Florida who should be the moat j ;t t ere t 3f
i From Louvain the route follows'to : Corner of Tournament and McGregor | i .
It' "Vishnu the Preserver for American tnotorlsta to Namurwhere is the famous destroyed by "Nature Lovers." zealous I preservers of the attractions'of =_ t

rt ?that the ocean be c'hurned. to get travel from Brussels to Paris Cathedral of St Aubin which data! In' the past few weeks it has been our beauties and others are tour-. Boulevard | IJ.; \ :
ambrosia required by the gods tj- motor through the battle area of from 1T51, Then come Dlnanf my lot to see this wanton destruction Ista. from the North aa I have learned = : iit. :

.oyer ome.the demons. The JJelglum and France. The rds Givet, Uocrol, Bethel and finally the _,________ ______ __n = .', '
stick was a mountain, and the are execBent and the point famous city of Rheims. In few '
iiiiiniMuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii: ( inniiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiit{ (
cities is' It possible to see today
p. terest Innumerable.The -- \
k i fag sea of rope milk was which!a serpent.resulted From from from most Brussels Interesting to Louvain route where Is togo what city.war actually meant to a peaceful .iiliilill!,!I { 1i1111ii, I HH 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1111111I111111! 1I1111 ; f:: .i: I

4!I. churning came butter, but there may be seen the famous Cathedral Travelling from Brussels to Paris = f
.. cams a blue poison. Shiva the Church of St. Pierre and the Hotel by motor it is a good plan to spenda Permanent S Houses and :; ;
t '-Destruction swallowed the de Ville, dating from 1143, an ex- night at Rheims and then (in the | r
and held It in his throat. The quliite specimen of 15th Century morning proceed to Curb historic roads art a : ..3 ,.

dan of 'the god brought a Gothic Daring the,a world German l war bora-the'Cathedral1rithatood places Meaux. as Paris Chateau can be Thiery reached easily and good investment Apartment Sites | ".iJ to ,

9110; priming :with ambrosia, some dinner\ -not ;
> bardment every day for four fears by ,__. i an expenseAn
t"1'- .' which Rails, a famous demon, fY
aged 'to. get; .but before it got f

1Pa' ;'throat 'laua threw his I 'Extra | Of erings.." this week 1 i r- '! to
and 'cut 'oft'Rahu's huge head. ,N\ ZQlashington

t amBrottadrunk had. however, Ijl.1.tS 7 room douse two baths large corner lot close in. j= .' t1g

'"&ian.! ad."-.l Immortal so it soared IfIU Letter.v ./' ..i+ Gasoline Tax ,5 room ..Bungalow, fine fruit and shrubbery house'prac- S ,.:
pe'lky. Since then it has I =
r tically new. il4 ,? -
..tly ........ -00.- with.r open oa'y "s v
;! 'and wheiL.lt, swallows either there BARRY ''D; RUNT on worked th* 'Caiiia ta; oA sji'4 of the cape covercotentVshipyard1 of \ \:- : g 5 room Bungalow new, modern finished 10 minutes walk = i i

on"eclipse... KEA S rvcft Writer folk during* that. late affair of from :: just off Boulevard.! Good;terms, .* Ej: .
HlbUrie Eclipse; WASHINCTGM J Coolidge: with Oenaany. 6 room Bun aloty, modern, near Edisons home, at a l bar-1) 5 '

The most notable, eclipse,; -.si holdinff the highest jab ia A As a, raobt he didn't !ed osiled. = gain. '. = ( j
to enlist for front-line
In historyand the one W hlnrton. But he-doesn't.. '.. -vice upon but'a a. patriotic Amerfcastb yep 6 to ZO Cents East Fort Myers facing Lee County a dandy Bungalow =
literature and Tb highest job goes to .Wffllam
mentioned '
.. of wanted to "do his bit. ThaS :: Extra large lot. = -
Uohm&r. From his pinnacle
scholar, was that of the nun at f. was why bt. took the ,shipyard

v time Of the battle between employment na the whole Lohmar host of Washingtonifflclaiaoua. looka down job. Per For information write or wire me IW "
j Lydlans and Medes, May, 28, B. C At a recent gathering attendedby Gallon II .
"The battle was suspended and probably you- never heard of Wise and Charley Schwab I E. FUTRAL REALTOR | I
Schwab who as bead of the
Shipping '
z ,
;, was'mad through the good offices lx>!hms Re Is the custodian ot Board bad been the rabbi's ,
'Jille.. tile Washington monument, and 'In Patio de Leon ;
t ri otrlce U away up at the very wartime boss, recalled how tv Your gasoline bills run into realmoney. f ::
The most Important eclipse, : 'celebrated churchman bad Iaborc
n of that towering 600-Ioot Fort Myers Florida |
> pp i1
ever, In the J history of mankind l tail. in mechanic's cap and overalls. ? ':,: '
curred In A. D. 840, and which For the last month how4tver.IAtuo.a.n He told bow on the occasion c* nillllilltllllllilllillllllllilllllillllltllltllllllllllll{ { ( { llllllllllllllllllllltllllllillllllUIIIIIUH{ ;
one visit to the great shipyards *t But have ever stopped to figure'
the death of Emperor Louis. baa found his job weary'flta. you
three sons promptly engaged in Normally he ride to work. .Hog admiration Island the he bad' stalwart watched ratM.wla;' how much ;of this is in the form of an lllIIIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllHMIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllll{ { { mllluulIIt,!l '" ; _' I II

.> war ;among' themselves, which being hoisted to his post of duty with sweat' streaming down Ain incredibly high gasoline ? t'
; .1 fey the elevator. tax
th;> country,ta piece, 'The war face driving red hot rivets'InU .
tt.j l But this being the slack season
three .years and ended in the the tpurist visitor to the monuwant the plates of a great ship.see Let's see; what happens when you
of Verdun whereby France, Italy the elevator has been shut I Pioneer CO. I jt'} !
leave Concrete take
the and Realty

,"1 Germany u ape'.'were vest empire carved. out Tbls or'was' L'*end Vo Fifty rA Lohman foroverhaul Sight baa up to each and walk.morning.Tatty repairs' .,.. BUT"If Wise..H would wrong have" h.1&1d.none "1 to a gravel or a dirt road. I f kj

begianin* of ''the three flights of 1C steps ....eh. Used to have great faith in Charter t :. '. .
l meclo titty, flights down each evening. Schwab's :.veracity. Now I doat" Conclusive tests have proved that a =
The first! eclipse observed la liter the windows at the top have bow what to think. gallon of gasoline will carry you only The above named company has just been orgaaiiecU t ,-:: ':", ,

occurred February 15, A. D. 538, teen closed and. the final -viaitorshave 'To.begig with I'm not nMchanie. > two .thirds as far on a gravel road as on _= or formed by Homer Cox as President Joe H. Robinson 5 ;,'O .. .
cteparted.Glv. : I never drove a rivet ta
mentioned! In "The Saxon =
ta ." Columbus made good use / .* one a cramp In the tog my life. My work in the shipyards a Concrete Road. On a dirt road a gal- | Secretary and E. Hawkins as Manager. z = 1"t t
lat to think about,it. doesnt its waa that of common laborer, w = ti ? :IE i
?v\-Ws knowledge of eclipses-among 'But then-one must be willing to helper lon of gasoline will carry you only hall =
rel 'cliinb If one aspires to the captWshighest .- "And.s for Hog Island."-Wise far Concrete. The company will handle colored property an4 will i ,, ;
as as :..
.ii, ; : -_...._----- Job! threw out tin bands in an *zpres', on = also work for the white Realtors when ever their feerv- .
'-. save gesture' of denial. "I worked : "
:Miamians Leads RABBI STEPHEN WISE ot at Stamford. Conn. With gasoline at twenty cents a gallon =:: ices are needed. = "'-l i

York who came too "What sort of nbol does Charley > you would thus pay a gasoline tax of = :;; F.t ... :
Churchgoers Washington to address Carne Schwab think I anyway-: :
am. = Fort :Myers offers to the colored man in the of i i'
Chapman Catt's Conference to work at Bog Islandl" more than 6 cents per gallon on the n, way S i
JY i- 1 opportunities what few cities in the South offers. Then = : -' i
(By TeAit lat.4 Frees) gravel road and 20 cents'a gallon on the x

4 MIAMI. Jan. ,28-r-rprty-nine! The Allentown baseball team..under INDIGESTIONRelieved dirt road. : too, there are a number of white people in Fort Myers ;: 1
cent of :Miami's population goes direction of Duke Landgraf. is distress, who are doing all they can to assist their colored f rieiids, i ,:.
church every Sunday. it la for another barnstorming flatulent (gas) pains diacom- These figures can't "
here. Thereri. a larger of Porto Rico this winter. fort after meals,belching,bloatIng are you : get away | along progressive lines and we think that we sl dd, .

at:churches berm than ,(ia any city' and constipation with from.. You,can prove them yourself. = show our appreciation by doing something in a z .

t the North or. East of either,the,I"First says The' paradox: of business; To keep CHAMBERLAIN'STABLETS And remember that every time 'you way for the gOOd of our race. -: !
J. I,. White,. pastor I
rig cnurch." "\' larger.percentage losing monye you most con-, travel on either a dirt or a gravel road !
strive to make more motaey. Easy and pleasant to take- 25.
to church than in ), only | The Pioneer Realty Co., has some very attractive ,
I peaple.......go ...... you also increase wear and tear on tires
nr & : listed of the streets that tube; j
-- ; property on some are soon ;
ijb4; ; s ; : and run up your general repair bills. !
whirs ; .t 5 paved, as well as in Lincoln Park and other part f:Chei j
; ,Rav, A. 14: Hnghlett
Trinity can M. E. church South. Why continue to pay these high taxes city. They have selected a Sub-Division known, aa; B iU- '

WhIte says the church-going For and get nothing in return but the dis' = ty lIei hts.Jor the sole use of Colored people*..findJ8l, ? 'I I

.ency'is growing to:shah Sale :1 1925.r. .'
I that plan are being 'made for s', put' on a, mamoth sale Feb. 12th, ', ::

ciwch with "eatlnC'r.apadt)" of' t '. '
MO'to 4.008' for.hla' npelatl R" i The public is invited to these sales as there will be =

i f on Let your local officials know you want = refreshments, speaking, and, Uto rides free. of cost _T fe S
253 feet
f Lee "
I frontage t ; County
of Concrete Roads
\ No Com asailirCioi! For adequate system ;' lots will;, be sold for ten .percent cash. o! :the ;pu| iase. I
I and Streets. They are j lust willing, to' and live each month thereafter .tinULpaicl.,

l j\ URHeett.- sed-' Br, Boulevard, near( Billy's: Creek. 190 build them as you are anxious .to get '. price percent: ;, '-0; .J- =5 a I

,- 0
: fBy'T"**.*.*sel&t4 Press) feet ,them. E We are extending an Invitation to all the Colored 5
I deep.
,f Park.TAMPA.of HiUcborougb JaIL' 2S.Judge county L. ; ,. ",*.. i., \'' .. But they must have >our support."l' -' S people of other towns to ,come and be with us on that _

court has ruled that &unlicensed : : E ;day and date and see for them selves what Fort Myrs s

realty broker cannot _,collect co 1 ia doing for the Colored man. =
*ta4 sten'on) sale* ot pal estates A Real Bargain PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATIONGraham
decision was made ia the case
Jttckspoto: against E. .U. BuiLding
,collection_ott'. omml i

.titer"Gng;aaa to wed fSOW.8.to:; pr_.blw- ,* .. SEE' -GARRISON' & SHULTZ' National Organization to Improveaad Extend I Pioneer Realty Co.< I

:t ? leD j ..a..aaJeofa: : ; Room 11 Arcade. the Uto/Concrete l ;. -
,of property Talmed at $0peft. -
.. : ;. OUic, s l. 29 Chine' .. Evans Ave; & R. R. Crossing
.The lteir "' 5 = Phone ..Q.J 3 ::
.r aT .".mei.n. ; ,.: ...-. :';,...... _" :. '__ ; : : :;:.: :::.: : : c! : : '

; :'- ':; : 1 IUIIID! I IJ HI I lIiIHIHIllilililUiilRlllljluhlilliulfil1111tfL1l-uhlfiIH1t!! ! iftifJJ! ,
/ -
.. -5ViH r
: i t ..;. .>,- .. p a XT.-; S'x .

: .
; t
1tb ..
:t. '
., .

> ........ ....... : <: '.: : Y """, "
'" .. .. ', "" ...r... '' : : -' Cl '
. iIi "iiii 17' 'vr i ;
-' ''''- --'''' '' ''' ll. t
))1. ..; -- '" ,;of. _.. :.
UJ I ; '
: '
.., ,
,. ___ ... r.c-r': ._ ._::,- "_'"__' -:: '- -.4 ,. ;: ", k;;: 4v -- :

pE ':, .... """ ""

'. '-- ,,-, .,' .' . . ,;. .. ...... .. .... .. ..- WI" '!IIi .. .. .
,., ........ -- .. .. .. ---- : "

, a.jH


i'.'F \ftDllSIJT .1fnBXOO: J.talTtRT: %\ t ti

RADIO 'NOTES l HAVE QIAKEK- ; : CITY TE.TOO I 'Ity of rapid pursuit over extensive I _' J :

\ .... I 'ROUND FLORIDABy'Tke'AtMwlate I \Uninhabited! districts.! ( AIKE DAYS''COUGHISYOUR !
Q.so I
\ .. ...
". I t ( : Br Th .1. Preset ( Press) ij
: ,
-\iit BRAWCNTON, Jan 2J, The ad
: T1"i lido tans will Dote that "Ma"JFerrwson I .
race muN ot th* Philadelphia KaItaceball 1
Insurance Man Tells
L.: : the first woman govrft t tonal Leagee team Is ex- ORLANDO ninety-year lease I 1.. .;, ; j
: .' -oft-Tesaa.' approve of the 'StraightLln ( parted here' fey Mareh 1st. aecordlnjr us been taken on the Phillips prolerty FARE. From Fort MJ'j{ j
and Wash- Of f Friend's SPECIAL TRIP
Recovery 00
at Orange avenue $47
r rHe
J The fashion editors '
{pw adthwe' rrreired< I | locally from (hiipctca Palatial S. S. GOVERNOR COBIS, Sailin Tuesday and Saturdays '
claimed& Governor Ferguson' **** cteb awaagamene. Grouadke.. .. ogton street by a group of local men I DANGER SIGNAL era via Return limit |ten flays. : j
from Port Tampa.
jtxqaUUe in of suffered'considerably from gas I
\\i Straight lin. rtM IM. Ns. t1. Hero this .week ti 'or a consideration excess $$4-:
f: ; v ft This tmlcht line frequency M.,t irl "atLe .t far the pitcher 00,000.! The property consists! of in stomach' and colic tts-cks\ ) and at I $60.00 REGULAR ROUND TRIP FARE FROM TA1IPA. Return! 11m- J
Brett fluff when the rater nt Tn' oetrhrn who will t* followed laby a.ni stlrw i :::6. feet frontage on Orange avenue times was very yellow {Ills doctors I Chronic con this and persistent colds lead ninety days via S. S. CUBA or GOVJjJL.'IlOR COBB. SaHiDgs from 11 11it
,!. and the radio laidBill dart other member of, the rich a depth of 180. feet, and Is improved diagnosed his ailment as gall bladder I to serious lung trouble. Yon can stop them I II Port Tampa 2 P. M. Sundays, Tuesdays. ThursdaYs. Satqrdaye, '..
} are both ffIt.. teely. with a two-story brick build-; trouble and that an operation was'I now with Creomulsion, an emulsified creosote Enjoy this Delightful Sea Trip. Visit Gay Ilavan and the won %
ng and a three-story apartment ho-, necessary. Someone persuaded him,: thai M Jcasant to take. Croomuliion derful Island of Cuba. j
.. el the with a large to try Mayr's Wonderful- Remedy is a new medical discovery with twofold action ,
Mr* KHiaoeth Yerk**, 11: 1Md; AttKMWi:. SIK\MK lEETISGW facing on avenue I and rP5@rntfeJ1s cast
,.- f.n of West Ctal; i1NaN" >.in came rooming house on Washington' Sine taking it one year ago be tells: : it soothes and heals the inflamed For Information, descriptive booklets, tickets JUlia- :<3 j
membranes and the R. Ticket Agent, or; J. G. Kirkland D. P. A. :;
i me he has' been able to'eat anytbing" his CernLOf on any A. C. U R. ;.J
' l', celebrate her 107th MnnJIar imtJ It ttt roal..t Nett this Juornll1lI itreet. all known drugs, creosote is boro Hotel. Tampa Phone 2232: I.. S. Scott T. P. A. Care A. C. L. ,.,
I It's"' ,ltIlptJ! harmless
... a .ty 52nd. >>n. lsrhes rwtly k4+ r Atlanta to "pro_Bt the McClure- pre- nized by the medic fraternity Ticket Office, Tampa. -....-..ALL } ;
: ., GAI\ESVlu.E-M.: R. Ensign, of paration that removes tbe. catarrhal I :;
.'F: her hair robbed that she tlllN';; l I'hnr.' ..O* Aonry at 4 E meet greatest healing agency fur the ucog-I
, n." Just .t1ke tan) phoat wit* ftreetet Hah has been appointed by the mucus from the Intestinal' tract and I chronic and coLts
lag \11 .tcnt'* pad held men of the coughs lAd ethic ;
RadteI Horida Agricultural Extension DlHsion ., allays tbe inflammation which causes; of P. & 0.Steamship Company
, ;" >as* h+very day ttaake etery a L UIl.iU'tr"' territory wIth home ofe throat and lure troubles. -
't to begin work February 1 as I practically all stomach liver and intestinal contains,. in addition
I : + 1'NI1tP' N4 reaagerti TK-UU ot th. affiliated Aetna I to creosote other -
{ {- I (wnpaaiee. ,: ;:'; -; 014 Nlaa "'""" Nbd rats giv t T Miss Kltubeth Pentecost will be Itebarg. Ie will succeed Prof. J. R. Springer i citis. One dose will' convince or inflamed membrane and stop the irritation .j
. .*ri..s t e1 attoa %baN say ot th laturaac rho resigned several weeks agq to'oin money) refunded. Hunter's DrugStore and inflammation while the creosote goes
.;> : .. t1.. tale 1tA. office during the field staff of the State Plant and druggists everywhere.The on to the stomach, Is absorbed into the I 5 :
t I.:; .' roaa i1.ttL .rt bra absence. I Iloud. I attacks the of the trouble -
409.an! tot OM lane ra8to tax *" Professor Ensign will aid the I blood and :
: the that lead .. .
'armers of the state in controlling j germs to consump -
I 1heti_ : ,. .n) the Jan trrraM 'loos SH Royal Caledonian Curling lion "'/!
", N rat -by 1"M lx .r.fOHn) t' T.TO (1101'lnr lUeases and insect enemies of truck I Club of Scotland, founded in 1S3S. Is I CreomuIsJon is guaranteed satisfactory in I = :

'!.t:4.. S. ,sir., Wggfcm" ******. ** tie asthH ..... .".....,... Press) Tops in particular, and will also' ecpgnized: in all parts of the world i the treatment of chronic coughs and colds! it ;:
... = Power ''ClotM W. I;. A. F.fcar. E\8.\COL.: Jan SS.-A record lelp control I insects ot citrus crops.! as the mother club and legislativebody I I Lronchial asthma catarrhal bronchitis: and The Greatest Love Story Ever $ a-
; :, idvee'Utag ttr the thilst'at tie aeraaga At Irish and sweet potatoes in regard to curling1.H oilier forms of throat and lung diseases,and ;:; 1
'.., taaalaa play+sl +.l WH.' N, t\t the II planned this' year by farmers ofiwt4nthta 'TALLAHASSEE -Governor Martin is excellent for building up the system after Told : !
*>****** .* tM lfapKta aaaolaNetr at /> >(F. \X **. "MIH" 4 aswlag'Oat his t.. Mural thousand acres te and, as justice of peace for DistrictVo. CLEAR SKIN cough or cold no matter of Low long standing 1II :
0 ttte t 1 tasse" ft.tiaC the \'aata1k these crop, according to J. Le 10. I'alk county until the next Bright,sparkling eyes cheeka with I is not relieved after (taking scatr&az "CAPTAINBLOOD" t
, F tam Ieo.at" general election. Me take the. place the glow of health!a akin as smoothas ta directions. Ask your druggist.., Creo-
It la estimated that S50 carloads agent ol jf H. C. Petteway. who was elected velvet, biemisb e at} strive to !mukion Co, Adams Ca. (A4v.) 1llllhI I
: ltadla has are aU, VoottSa flrfi irish November 4, but since has been appointed attain. No BO eruptions
potatoes tad 100 of sweet po- no blackheads; ;. n ; ., ,9 Do: E'nu' or t'.t .rat\y ofCaJdorata tatOH were shipped' from this circuit Judge the .
county another international
even texture of ?healthy skin. stage six-day t.ifc t.
.. It tk pbys.klaa of With J. Warren Kerrigan II =
seems urine the last season The. secret is pure, red blood free bicycle race next month.It .
'k Parito Wa a a\alkt cowpouni TALL41USSEE-Oeorge Biddle torn poisons and impurities, blood
wkici>> RUl& hake either Nita Of' nt-{ U foE t fcTk o01cF; .\1'l'tt111EU of Dunnell, has been appointed a that makes, the body glow and radiate is estimated that more than 150- li J! showing\ ei
member of the board of public Instruction health I
Dada bIG lint pNPUt1ou. that drives pirn-
crow 000 caddies the golf '
are employed by '
The K t J bola aNi VTB! ,fa hop tat lay 5 AtwrUlM' Press) for District 1, Flagler county pies, bails eruptions, eczema and clubs in the United Statea. i The Greatest Sea Battle Ever 1
a taw drops ot EraTa Elixir 'wlU'L TAULAHASSKE!, Jan. :LAn executive succeeding J. L. Johnson removed akin blemishes from the system.
order Issued from the county. LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR Filmed llhIllII C .
make the one lung radio act like a by Governor BLOOD Two national championships, four
.,.., Martin desifnates judge J. C. B .. THE makes rich red
synchrophaae circuit. drives the' Pacific Coast first honors, and one I
impurities out,
Koonce ODDS 1GA1.VST CATTLE THIEVES By Rafael gabatiniTfcur. llIllhIt 1
.. to preside In Marion county brings the glow of health. Use it Northwest Copference title were won IJ
) Tile baseball sandal refuses lQ die. circuit court beginning January 39 now. Insist on LEONARDl'S. last year by athletes representing the J
t i Ia trial of cases in which Judge W.S. (Bj Tee MM-Utd Preset Refuse substitute At aQ 1 fridl) 1
Tb ridiculous dialogue given to the BUENOS AIRES, Jan. K.-The po- druggista.tut University! of Washington. Seattle. 1 t .v .

: t-< Btwipapcri br the Czar .ot the diamond Bullock is disqualified.A lice authorities of Santiago del .._. __ NDCADE
-- 0 '
Ex-Jvdge Kfnwaw MpunUlnLaudl ; ; ; Jin.29 jjifl
tl ,
to airplanesin }
*. iBSgeatj at once hU retain- total\ of 1535 points to 139 for Its Estero are planning use fl' IIIIIi1111111111111uitlllliiIiIM I II .
the of cattle thieves in ttit
la five of pursuit:
opponents unbeaten
meat by the Radio Tru t Judge years
JAluUs could jet ap another omlcdtalOC1le play ia the remarkable football ?ec- that province of{ North Argentina. j FISHERMEN'S\ LODGE | ".
to be 'performed before the Qrd rolled \11'' by the University ol t Cattle" stealing there is made easy by I- t

f Federal Trade Commission in March.. California. lack of roada and the Imposslbilthe | Captiva. Island, Lee County,'Florida | ; C! J 1

: Gallagher and Shean could laterpol-
at "Tea We Have No Radio Trust' : Situated in the midst 'of America's .most famous fishing 5E 1a
and very likely the m r1. combine ,.... = --- _._._ ,
< 0-
1. a woald ...id over a few feels of The 0 E grounds, Captiva, Red fish Boca Grande and Blind fasces.; = md-O.-- II IIFive

:1.. Four Jlonem *" to give a dash. ofaplce ONE-QUARTER MILE ON TAMIAMI\ \ :: Modern Hotel with all conveniences. Rooms single or in ]

to the show. s suite with private baths.

{f"f. ; The first recorded trotting meeting ;: v.4 : ; : TRAIL :: = I
f houses in from
new ranging price II
/. f; ; .la the United States was held In 1811 4- Guides, motor and rowboats ;" !? =
at Boatoa:',when "Boston Blue" iiol- i i ; : availabde. Moderate rates = $1,800 to $2,800. -

: fed *.lewithin|_ } miantesf )

.<- .-. A ,40 Acre Tract of Peculiarly Attractive -\ G. A. WESTER, Manager One home furnished with t all J
Sale in complete, i I
Land For -
.. .. Ie
I\ Send for
Illustrated! Felder
"v It
.- "- i' ION A / ,. Features > = = improvements and large Jot '

; i: i r, O. and.. Telegraph Address Fort ){Ieyr.. FI 9 rlb S : I
;-.:_._ by :: .
""'., "tuuuuuunnuunuuninuunluulunuwuuuuuuunuulunulunuuuuuuuuui One beautiful home on First Street .. 1t
: ._. Shaw ross & Garmon CLOSE IN ADJOINING SUBDIVISION 1 { ,

:_< -. fythian DIJUcingi. .-- '**- furnished. ; .. i: <-t.: .-. .

.\ Lots in East Fort Myers\ and Tice. :
-o': ,

,;..- -: FESTIVAL ORANGE Tampa-Fort llyersEvergladesSteamer\ Residential and business sites. :I t (I

WINTER HAVEN, K. L, JEFFCOIT. REALTY CO. EvergladesLeaves Acreage, we have some very desirable

>, '. both \ and,Lee th
f FLA. \ Tampa Tuesday and Thursday acreage on McGregor JII

.Jaaaary !8.I-O-I Patio de Leon No. 6 The Alligator Court Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday Boulevards also nice IIJ
h County > piece
:: DO 'T ffSi 'TI< Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades I .
I IIt of water front acreage. _. p

ifuiiiiHIIiliillplIlllllfilltlillllllliIJ'uuuluiulluluniWg I I !I I "{ I I! } uulUuUUUiiiuuuu. j

7- Railroad & Navigation Corporation .

LOOKING FOR ACREAGE? Foot of Ireland's Dock Seminole Realty Co. Inc.Tempbf c
I Telephone 115 for RateS .J
v i WE HAVE IT ; Pi

Location Jackson{
Bus Service to Eyerglades, Daily Except Sunday via ary very

g We have a large amount< of close-in acreage which is Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples,.Marco and CaxambaSj > near First Street \ .. R' ; i

.> good land and the pices; are not too high. See us. and E Leaving 8:30: m. .: D

Phone 51Ig1t1UU111WWYUtIiUWtWi11U1I111111UlilitlllitUUUttltliNt111 t Yi
';, "' investigate(, ,, = Subject to Change without, Notice i
we want our, customersto = .
derive satisfaction l TAMIAMI\ TRAIL Inc ;
I \ | TOURS re
from every purchase, everywhere .. -
.Therefore,'* we sell only \ ,.-.-_- z_:. _-. Itp,

.- auto jnpplles, of tested nluuutuwnununuul! quuuiulnuu" tungtuuilu! \ i! ,!iuUUUlupi I .. Y {" U.lmlllll. .! Utt111UlIIIttIWIW' :;: fij '
quality, standard mer- I >
k chandlae.ErenUdng. I| Let us show you-we can do it: 0 v |I Ii 5 i r

.* for tie Car"'Ayto ; I =

Supply fc Clean Safe Ice F7K
Store t 5 :M. C. Williford, Prop. \ | ,
'- Fpoap "7 j.- J, N. Freeney, S 1 le JUlJl; .. = v = ; "t Ie" Isa. .. ii
--hi Jackson St. ':I f
", -

: : GRAND PHONE CENTRAL 479 HQT I L: xUNPER | -. From Owners or Responsible'"Real % When you put i ice in 1i \ ,-- B.

::Z drink or upon of r : dida
-. Estate Agents'c any
: iTilitliiniiiniiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'1'1" 1 ' 'I I niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiili' '" 'I i ; foods _. iuto
; your want
"- : -' 5 :: you $o \.

Land suitable for-subdivision-or.in. ::5 be:-sure of its purity. -

4r.r.t. TO' 1 s Your health demands. ;
1 COME XNAPLES vestment .
-r. precautions. j f.
... _
O THE ,GULF :\\V !have clients waiting who :w rill.buy __ =( You will find ours unusually : ( # '!' 1Cha

I 7?. KAnd from 10 acres to 50,000 acre tracts. s clean, free-from J

Enjoy -1\ =. ..' \ = 5= sedim nt and ion_..Lurltie_ : !_'._'

Land l located, along the T miami : _', Q. aU kinds. t t, 1
? :A Delightful Jlotel l. Soft; :Water t 5n the ..; .Ii t3tiLB}
I Trail Our prices are V : .
I preferrF'I: -I reasons-
Bath team_ Heat blet weight honest and, --
.. Lovely: Solarium s servic: .prompt and regi,
% t
Iii :Bas i FORT ] |VYERS INVESTMENT i ular.Southert. -.. __
= ': lA6-fat .r ttaie: 4't RIII thart 1 :: J'Q'
Excellent Golf ,
Surf Bathing ti| = .1 t:
.Myers, business districtflan' 11 e

back to 30-foot street In rear. :Music and.Dancirig 1* Dally .. COMPANY% .. : i =' .'i ..
: -
L- A U.nt, Buy for Warehouse orBIeek. 5 ) = ._ nk

'BssitiH* .-., It.. apt to'>ell Wonderful Fishing and ShQpting \ g. 54 Jackson) } St, near l Bay !. 2re.
: .:,, pi R.rlook this& : up I : i:
; .
; b Fort Myers I I 'CO
& & r uok I eta .liIgck" 4. : :':
t t :: ] L rSi
NAPLES = ..... 1- : ; (' = J- _
/ NW
P/ScltBtt 1i -
huger .
to. tat :J X, &J g, atuwet a
: -\W'\ "" I .
:: .
I 0' 1= s boawet

oJ.. '. J:; ,t-<:i;:",=- _;f ?- ...._, ':''1.... ...l>,." _.. '... _._":: '".o.'.!.. ,: ._ ..... "' o _. .., . r w. >.--4_ : a.. '..__ .__ __ ,, ___, .l .!" "_" 'J'I '1"I"J'r: : :: : :.III1U1H nUl,IUHNItutittlltflftt{ {m'WUI11U"J' r F i
.a ., .., (
':< ....... >
S. -

.., ''' .< !., t. :. Ji a ,..... --,..;._: : .. L y .
; ri :
: :_ ::-: ;:''-'it---- f; ':'"___ ;:: ; ; : .....Ll '-< ;. '" ._ :-: :"'" ,E>.,

-:- -- "' ':;:;; .;i; : : 1f

---wc - .._11 1 __ 0 > Y. ... .. .JI1'i: .. ','" l' :; -_..'

: .
j .
4 1 __
-! : "


:.:" ::.' _--I -. ,'':i-f. _

Y/ II..: i \ j
.o 'o"EDniDAr ;.o-: ,. ... -.__.__, .... : .. :-- I :> I \
AFTE : -- .. .. ._. .. _
'- >:.i- ioo'll; C.1R\ __ '._ : o m__- -- ._..__.. '_. --- '-'- '

:- -I :V' :_ 1. '1 THE FORT )MYERS PRESS FORT MYERS, FLOP, IPV :. 4\ :t :::: :- ; ':. .--"---- -= -,-- FIVE _

.1I.ASS1Ft1i1O1.Ufl i WANTED IIII U III III 1111111 ill 111111111 n III 11 1111111111I1111 IIn III 11111:1: U IIIIIIIIIII!1111111:11: II mil ;i J

I I W ANTED-Si- Famous Jockey Rides Winner ""f' f.t, _$_ rBI1ft' a-
*** "i*
rough ,
nt. -

HKffiMft::; I ere immediately. ReporTforWcrk MR\ W. !5ARSIH CLAWSON :11 TO* ViM| ttreetHows aI. _

:. .t : at Everglades. Florida 3 to-12.;1 to PIG I.

.SBE-re-sB' Railway & Navigation Co, F Ai; I Announces thp opening. ) her :! "ft1JbafY $ flt 3t t. 1 to S 9. m_ _

1-28-tf. :: ... ; ; '=
: it 1 ; rmi.i .. I
Studio for Vocal Culture -
Count the WA. ----
t words of your adv.,. TED-Mau. dishwasher, $10 per i : .j4: II

' iumber taement; ot and times multiply It bv the Week Senunola r.eltaurapt.2Jtf a4)7e ti_-s 'rts I: !1 J pit, w. B.Phisician 61JJ.1CE g0, S s -
Park _
you desIre i, tV at 215 Ave. t
' ANTED--ProfeaIIDal ts I i
Stated 'boole
- and remit revt wer ii ; u an_ $ecgeo ,
according wallts to .
,. review boob for =
: 'I'he eountluC -..ab"'Via" elnb'Prtr' j Office 15-1C Ear fca rJt Blclg.L .

"::: I ii. Words "For rlen %it --I.s-----Office.----,-- go out of. to._ !Ftox:I-U JOT tWA.'TEDWaltres iL .t I| Mrs. Clawson is student of Detroit Conservatory |j; House' 147 Woodfop* Ave. I
2 ". .j .t tc...and the -- Telephone 82-Otttee f rings
adJress.u '
i- HATES cook. Apply Gift and and Tea first-class Shop_ I'I I I of Music\ MacHenry School of Music, : Honae 3 rings -_ II

rr-, :: 'less.advertlsemsnt than 25 cents.will; be 0 taken_ l-2C-3tp I't I'I t 1 South Bend, Indiana, Cosmopolitan School i', ---- ; s' __ I

: 'T1pe like thIs Ie a word WANTED rapher. -Bookkeeper and steno-: I| of Music and Dramatic Art, Chicago. = Dr. Gee: Xasgwuietcrittarian S -\ .
nI'E LIKE TIllS 2e A .f Mast' be competent Per- "
wonD _
'IrE"' LIKE TJII Ie A nanent: position It saGsfactory. See the I i \ ._ ::4e.1_ t
WORn ".tr. Hosmer er.c ( noted English Joekt, i* Emending water at Sti : .,
Type Like this at Press Office. l-7tf ).ioi t .' 4c a Word where be SLeeps *i> French and Avertca Graduate J
'- TYPES LIKE THIS ,, ANTEDolored: .. Jave him riu; S bob-sled to v.etory with hIs mite and George Jr .!. T1!" ""I !""_ '"" 'H 1m''"''''""II,!infIUtHIII-M-W., '""u.lltn. n '!" ;
t k ; 5e A man and wife- as added weight.PERSONAL :?!4 yean practice
: i i. WORD I honest steady-work lor both. :.L R. j I. Ei 810 Anderson Ave.
"" '. Advertisements ordered to S Press office.-1-22 1%. _" :
f run
.; :::
f..;:-: : alternate days will be charged IIili1Iiliflh1IIIfliliIilIIIIiIlIill11I1Uh1111ItJl111121SU) t1nTUitfl111I1IUit111i1I11IIl1Ufl! ','111
: > cent onehalt ?A\.ETO rent or lease for ;'i! ::- : :-_-== -: : .: .: I '''.
f: per word In addition to year 'I J i
: : ,, ha regular charte. furnished or unfurnished 'home 'I : ME.NtIOI.. S 'i li'lIl! kkItth, : Riii' !j S

F AU Want Ada are strictly cash Must have modem conveniences and ,= .......................................................... I I:' !! ''i Ihi! The Greatest Love Story Ever \ t l.V'hHe-'lames .MA1JtUCS C. Pinneyle AYRKR8 -
-;. advance to ......... oe In desirable neighborhood. In answering llllllllliillllllllllllllllllllimillllKIIIIUliJameg. "I' u..u liI'IU',111114 I''i II:;I iii''I;1111'U.\ !i!ii ;1j88'ls'illIiI!' i : !: ; ('cVNTY EStOINIdERIXO co. .J i

; state location. number of S_ Uaye, of Detroit real estate development at Long : If I 1-St': f .intl Structural! Engineers :: '
: .
Told :
II rooms, and rentaL Bert 1 ? : .S :,',, tnginf'; <''.' Oft Drainage.I
l references, Mien, la in town. I Beach, L. L, and is gqing North to ,. :;
j; : a'tlt. $turtHTal Work
i and ample Fidelity Bond. Address morrow on business; but will returnIn I ii: ''i$ "CAPTAINBLOOD" 'j."rt> Myerr. F' rfda. .J1

FORSALE_ :box 203:' care Press ( l-27-3tp. I ,--R. E. Higbee. of Portland, Mich. about ten days for the remainder' I illilll: !! lIi!! 0i \1 1I
"'" __
r"< Wanted- has arrived In the city of his vacation o"V. J- t\
For Real Estate-Will buy prop"erty :! ) :
k The
Sale-Rough lumber direct from -Day Dream" is a comfortableboat ,
In or near Fort Myers\ if ;;:, "
.(. -: the sawmill to Job anywhere In priced ,-E. G. Burke of Captira, was In SSx24 feet and with a four fQOt : us't.
: : and around Fort Myers. See us be- right. Submit :your offerings. See Fort Myers today on business. :six inch draught She i in in command Iii ; N. Clawson _
::-. Mr Ransom : With J. Warren Kerrigan .
; \4 at Erad'ord HoteL 1-27
; jII
fore of Capt. Hugh of : 1t
; :you buy. Whitaker &; Clifton. Cooper Fort Yyers.I I I .
,... :: a's Auto Exchange. 1-7tfc. S tp. -J: B. Lacey, of Sarasota is In "!III'l',! Residence Builder
: J- I tItjIl II'(! showing ;
Fort two. !! '
Myers. for a day: or
1 \
,1''J' : :: For Sale-Restaurant doing splendid WA.'TED-Real estate salesman for ., -=--- 'Jemima III" Leaves -I 'I : 215 Park Ave. ::
: iPjfj i-
;, : a i new subdivision Eia;' commis : The Greatest Sea Battle Ever
r f, business. Mr"s. 1 1
.. Only reason for selling Isowner's -Mr. and ;Hucknoll, of Albion I ,
; : '. sions.; Post Office Bo 961. 1-27-4tp On Southern CruiseThe
;o : desire to leave the city. A | ; N. Y.. are new arrivals' "i IIIII'I' 1i i _. '
FilmedBy h
,; -: |: i- 1:::-Bnap-' Box 102, care Press. l-6tfc. POSITION WANTED-fcv 0 experienced -- '. !'S!\ !!!! ;!i

;-t'. : stenographer Box 206 care Press -77. c. Cannon, of Everglades, Is yacht Jemima III, Capt Nick II Ji'II i !!:1 Rafael Sabatini
4FOR. ,
: I Dodd & Hutto
;: : SALE-IO LANDS. SEE lZ8'p here for the day. Armeda In Charge and carrying 1 ;'l 9tit ;
:. : ;,...,.., SHAWCROSSGAJUlO" ; REAL- aboard for a cruise In Southern wa 1 I II! Tb I:i ROOFERS ASP PAISTERS"The
.. ,, iFijf' ';'ORB.- 1-ir-lmc._ WANTED-Colored boys to caddy at -Capt. W. D. Collier of Maroo, ters. Mr and Mrs. L S DcGraff with ''iJir: :rs. Frday4t I F.sspoiisibk. Fekwb"
,;, "' ;: the Golf Club. Apply to Caddy was here today. f their guests )\Ir. and Mr: L. D Simpson II ii ffi A)nCADE" I
: '!
: '
< : FOR
SALEN-One) lot 60x276, undone Master at Golf Course. l-2S-3tp ..--..,..- and Mr. aad Mrs Robert. left its !4t I i : J,30) 3 3Jvsi9 : IfOU hare any painting or root i iI _

.: ,f lot 60x120 with bungalow!; Price, -P. B. Hall. of Richmond,.Va.. is I Fort Myers dock this afterpoon. l : !!:'! I wok done let BJI give you an est -

11100000. Terms. Apply 142 Jackson WANTED-Man with long experience here for 'a visit, 1 The entire party is from North Ihi" I !! '' [ t urn-ite: it Is free,

steeL l-23tfc wants grove or private home I --=-- I Conowanda, N. Y., and plan to visit !! I '1'1, = == *;o Job to small or large for us. t
..__ -- -
to care for. Best of references. Box ;IHII _- ; = _
FOR SALE-Two -R, E. White of New Orleans Is curb points of interest along the Satisfaction gaarfHteed.
and one-half lots. I 1
.'", 113 care Press.; .. l-2S-12tp i here for visit.Norman ] nori4a E coast as Shark river Long II: -= : ill -: I Charges; reasonable Call or

:frontagein f 60x276 feet.East hard Fort road and railroad a Key, Bimiiui l'4SSAu.-; : -- _ _ _ 3iSSSF3E_ _' _ .. :: write u*. ,
,! Myers. Price LOST -- ------
I $15.000. Apply 112 Jackson stree. B. Levy. of New York. The Jemima HI; }Js one ot the finest .ll: ----- :- ---,- Phone tOt' 213 Lee Street
has In Fort : of Fort.M\ers pleasure HEAT' .
(. : __ -23-6tc I LOST-Between Fort Myers and arrived Myers for a visit. craft IITHIWEDBASLBALL RANKS t1EURALGIAofheadacherub I

Buckingham. Wednesday, silver .', .. '. ,', .\
FOR SALE-Portable victrola with; -Mr. and Mrs. C.V the loreMad .
records Waltham watch size 12, with fob. Re- Meyers. of Icy Blasts Sweep {Continued nom >page> 1)) C !4 f-melt end inhale the vars
I slightly use Cheap. 908 turn to Mr. Bellamy 321 Hoople Indianapolis are here for the season. ..: I 1
J Second' St., -. -24ltpi street. 1-273tpLOST New England Today Boy) Smith! who had pitched for the \; Hoffman Bros. '
-Alonzo Broker, of Freehold N. Chicago and Cleveland teams; GeorgeA. t.ii .

i .FOR SALE-Beautiful Spanish type -In' Safety Hill or between J.. is here for a visit.T. Wood star outfielder of the Philadelphia W'VAPCRUEI Contractors and BuRden
-home Just being completed hi (D7 Tb AssevIaI4 pr ) I Nationals In the latter eighties 0lr,,;lIioft Jar.U.. Ye--" 1309 EuclId A !.,
-. Safety Hill and Hoople street :Monday fEW YORK., Jan. 2& -Colder .. vt I
Royal Palm Park.; See this 5-room night wallet conatlnlng over II Eroadwell, of Newu50 N. :WWltIlsr.vItb the ,thermometer: .falling ; Charles E. Robinson, a celebrated Fort 3Iyers, Florida

.- ;_, ;* < t bungalow nience tile today All modern con $Sloe In money 'pn4 insurance papers J., Is a Fort Myers visitor. between three and five :degrees i baseball catcher of the barehanded ELECTRIC StPPLT CO. '
bath built-in tub
bower,, cedar closets full mirror with Regard.; L. A. Coles, Box 623, Fort above zero today was the predictionof days: George KaJer, who had been a nil; Hcnn':! St. '

doors. ,Also a large garage. A bearIng Myers l-28-3tp -j-Dr: end Mrs. E. D Jayne", of., New York's weather observer.! pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and LAMPS TiXTTRES; !

and Geneva, O, are here for a visit Late today' the mercury is expectedto Co 1 Iambus American Association .
orange grapefruit tree In COLONIALJ1QIL
# tJ"ard.,. /This' home has FOUND rise to about 20 degrees bringing teams; and James F: Maculler, a star "
permanent -Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Rogers ,of SOme relief.! |It.| ., of the Baltimore Orioles In the eighties -i PROMPT StR53CK: () \
of the river and Price i .
park. a < .
: FOUND-On road to CrescentJJeach: !, Binsltamptotli are-'tn-the--eJty. *. Icy winds swept the middle Atlaatiq and. was credited: with havIng;, been .
$8.000.00-43,500. First "
.: Mortgage '''Wfach'WTteys. Owner"may have and N.ew England the first left hand pitcher to throw o -", AMBRIGAN. PLAN
I W.Terms. L' '"Yater arranged an.to suit. ,See l-26-3te Owner, sam 1 by !calling at Press Office and -C.' ?\f. Carrier' ;:, capitalist S.- -u''and- day'>-More! snow and a'slaves Hgier temperature a curve. $%.50 to 13M per- pay

L paying for this ad. 1-17U landowner of Pnnta Gorda was' here is expected for Thursday.Condiflons : Among those identified with the C. H. flEEEX _

: FOR SALE-Home and beautiful FOUND-Sunday night"a suit case today on business!! I game in capacities other than as players I Plane Tun< $1.EUROPEAN M 49 JtW PM PLAN par t,

IS Orange grove on .the Caloosa* north of Fort Myers. Inquire at and who passed away daring pie .
: hatches river. Melvin Lippincott 222 Royal Palm Avenue. l-26-3te Tipton: and E. C. Graves, of Crop ; i. last twelve months were John :p i In town for a fewllas ,All OutsIde Booms '"

: r Owanl Fla. l2S6tnFOR Ktngsport Tenn. are here for an indefinite Told Washington Bruce ex-secretary ,of the old National Leave orders at the flhetvieie'I \ THr
LOST-O\ NAPLES ROAD ONE Baseball\ Commission;! f' :1L l. J.. Special Rates by th* Week
: SALE; Two of the inepttIIul beau stay among the palms.Mrs. .;.. ,
: i: FORD FIRESTONE BLLOOTinE. > ---- Benson who was preitdentcSt thQ .. .. -A Dome Away From name"
houses on Riverside Drive in MOUNTED 0IC13L BE- fly Tb A"lat Press) ,
S. of WASHINGTON', San Antonio Texas league club an!
Flora Wright Hamp Jan. 23-Weather
ast Fort Myers. Large -
roomy WAil!). Rf:!TITRX TO HILL & C03IPAXFS K Kuntzsch, who had been
houses,, large lots all 'conveniences ton. Va.. Is here for a part of the sea and crop conditions In Florida were ,
summarised by the department of president of the Syracuse club in the 'f 11 i
Priced almost at lot Let's son agriculture -
: t prices. go Jr. l-2S-ltp today Agriculture in the old International and New York !iDL' WALTER .W. BEEHErrj'ENTI
them. Realty Como i
see Stnbbs-Boyd .
;, 0
puny 113 Lee street. 'l-26fc. LOST-on detour on road to Estero -:Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Broad, of I west is reported as advancing but the State leagues.
1-S ___________________________ tire and rim. J Ross Mayer. 139! Wankegan I1L, are here for the sea lowlands are still wet. Damaging : ,_ :,, I ST T .
FOR SALBr Eight room. 2-story Tournament street: son. rains have been felt in the southeast 'fATALTO ., SALESMENe '; 1 _
f house and 4 acres cleared land Insight but the showers benefited some of V/AR/ Y/OUNUS/ :- ..* Eeeiilti'., Tb. Patient ; '!

: v of town. 3500. Terms. You lIISCELLANEOUSSAP\ -Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brlggs ofLansing. the upland of- he peninsula The : her Pot Office ;, .

c n't beat It. Stnbbs-Boyd Realty Mich.. are here for the win mild temperature and moist salt) has e Have The Opportujoes'j -- -S -3 : "; ,;
"r Company. 113 Lee street. l-26fe. ? LOTS-A few lots unsold In ter. stimulated truck crops and citrus IRISH S\VIMMER\ : : Tou Have The )

$ \ 'f. Naples will sell for cash terms or trees '*s well as oats and strawber..- Ability Call at. Our Of- j

? FOR t; BALE-..-10' acres. Stadler's win exchange for'Income property In -Miss Sallie Cox and niece. Miss rice but has been unfavorable to celery ;-, fica and Let us Show -"- G. A. LONGBUAKE M. D. '

t Farms, corner Estero avenue and Port Myers. John F. Bartleson .at Margaret Cox of Knoxville Tenn.-. and lettuce. (By Tile AiMwUtrt Prese. .) You. Ask For Sir. HauptmJlnn ,,

; ft' ,:.: county road, Price 10000. Inquire Fort Myers Wholesale Grocery Com are here to visit Mr. and Mrs S. A. Potato planting: has begun In the- BELFAST Jan 8.-The death Temporary offce ]

... +1 .-. 1201 Cottage street or J. a McDonald pany. 12-22 tfc McNntt who live In the Roberti; west- Tobacco: plants are doing well. from war wounds of Major\ George o. 1 S at residence..891 2ad. St, ,
: P. O. Box 937. l-27-3tp Citrus shipments are active although Shannon Dockrell balled as Ireland'sgreatest
i .t -
H $10,000,000$ Company; wants men to apartments.F. a slight dropping off has been swimmer! occurred recenU7.M .' ROGER-SCOTT S HOOTS! 111Z..24William : I
1 .
\: ,{ FOR SALE AT I .NAPLES-Corner sell Watkins Home Necessities in reported. Jor Dotktell went as a boy to '> '
'.> '.< \ property one block from hotel one Fort Myers. More than 150 used C. McCoy\ ; of Lima Ohio, father Plowing for America where he met C M. Daniels. 119 Jackson Street ; .. ::
: ;
1't : corn )land .cotton is
of Mrs. J: K. Woolslair of Fort Myera -
12-room house daily Income $35-f50 The
: block from Gulf. weekly well advanced In the westCool the great American swimmer, whose .
# -:. modern conveniences tarnished. 155I. f. R. WatkIns Company. fj%-70 West died at his home In Ohio :yesterday weather Is style be adopted. Although he was .
:! :r-siect.os.Maln; ; St X. P.. Sloan. 308 Iowa Ave. :Memphis Tenn. l-26-3tp here; ,having Mr< .McCoy spent: was aeveral'w1ner_...jrell,Jknown, "' !-. generally., only 18 years old he won third placein J"WDod : : ;

":: :- -. ;Pythian Bid*.* 1-.2M5C Primary pupils taught privately See with his daughter. TOURISTS INVITEDBY three American championships Attorney .a.t.J4w L '1

I. In Crawford sub : Allison Brown 81C Anderson On his return to Ireland In 190C he Jt
: -.; FOR SALE 2 Mr\? '. < Jl
SEWING CLUB made Realty: BeDding First and Den
1 division. Apply at Kenmore HoteL Avenue. l-27-5tp! -Madison McNutt brother of Mrs Introduced the crawl stroke a ,
1fi.. 1-27-Stp clean sweep of all British records for F
I Lynn McNntt Hnmpidge. has come -. -*. _
: -
M : : PAUl-LEE PARK FURMSHES 'A to Fort Myers to locate permanently The East Fort Myers sewing clnb the next six years and was the first -4 I .S .; r

;;: FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-New BEAUTIFUL DRIVE OUT 3TGREGOR He has been engaged in bank work. extends a cordial invitation to all Irish swimmer to make the 100 yards I Special Attention S : 1i

i ,; : ; ,1 Ford touring car. gentle farm BOULETARD, TIIROFGU JEFFERSON Mr. McNntt motored here from Knoxville members of the Tourist club and: in 60 seconds He was on the British Thto Barber toVmnen hop Pan aixi special Chiiaonfltytnh attenUon -S, ", _

I. pony, wagon and harness. J R. ATE.ATE TO TAMIAMI Tenn. citizens' of the community, to attend Olympic team in 1912 and frequently Hair Cut*. ->';

-_ :; -, Davis Elvldge .apartments. l-27-3te: TRAIL AND BACK TO THE. CITr26 its liTer tea. to be given at the fairgrounds represented Ireland at water polo. The New Barber Shop I

_. > C0DITIOX. \ }- tc.: Having sold his Cottage street pavilion on Friday afternoon -, Major Dockrell was the- son of Sir ABdrr* ft lamr, Prep. '-<'
A-l *
.,' ''0, fOR SALE.-TERMS FORD feEDA IF DESIRED., J. -, '1''" P .,' bungalow to Mrs. Viola Bentz. J D from 3 to S o'clock. Maurice and Lady Dockrell of Manks- SI I lint Street LI jtBApY( ..FITS CLASSES; r

; Coolidge Opens will his In The ot the County Dublin. -
"s BOULETARD FILLING Miller return to home purpose meeting is to town U 'stl.OLeon
r B. 1-SJ-Wp. IMission\ MeetingWA3HINGTOJIafl. \ Cowan. Tennessee leaving on the afternoon afford an opportunity for all to become '" -".- .
'.J ,5TATIOX train today. Mr Miller acquainted and to WANTEDTwo _
expects raise funds Hawaii Entertain '
l ., have '4 half acre: lots to visit Miami enroute home.C. for the sending of a Lee county girl talesmen .
;; FOR 'of good
: s.-Preai4eJJt United States Fleet t tf"T appearance Bordering the Cflooeahatchea
_'t.: Boulevard 'I will --sell' to the short course at the Florida. : capable
: and energetic
: ,04 McGregor Coolidge. headed a list of speakers River. All Water front ipnvilegea
homes B. Tubergen of MinneapolisMi.un. college for women.Congressmen.
: ; ,to purchasers who will build .the'.swn today of the for- r
opening ;.
reserved for lot owners.
Tk* AfOtttrt Pmst>
box 536 Cityl275tc. formerly district manager: ,. e IIABT-HASBROtrCK _
: ,:i) on them. Addreu Owner eign missions conference of North >> ': :: HONOLULU, Jan. 28.-Ona of the REALTY. ,
there for the American Fruit Grower r COMPANY See P. ED. TATEN
--A,I,!-<.: -ro' America described, by: Attending *. Ine. has come to Fort Myers to Do first measures to be considered bylbs Jackson Street Royal Palm Park Fin :Myeri
: heads of Christian missionary forces:
: FOR SALE-Owner will sell Boulevard locate, and will be associated with Quick Change Act territorial legislature ;when it (' iL
-t throughout the world. the most
lots .la East Fort Myers at the firm of Bollck &; Hampidge, realtors ; convenes February will provide{ an 5-
.,$' Office :Box 96U- representative gathering missionary as salesman. He and H. LHutnpidge > approprUUofl, ef_ J75.000 .for the reception FORT 2HTES iETTEtBI _
:\r' bargain. ..Post. T Interests since the Edinburgh WASInGTOl1lJ1. 28-Two -'days -I I CO.
."'If" ': 1-ZS-Gtp were friends back In ago members of and entertainment of me Humphries Transfer Jewelers
11O congress strolled:
conference of I
1 I Minneapolis. Mrs. Tubergen will I about and officers of the United States
Drn the capitol grounds In DRAY AND:
; almost: SERVICE
.t:*: PALX-LEE PARK: HAS n.l It.U, 'EfrARK' HAS Jl 'BOCL"EI come to Fort Myers In ten days. summer attire the thermometer : neet and ,the 60 newspape* editors "Our Optometrist and Mfg. DptieUn
; TC-FOOT: jreg- II Slogan"PROMPT ,
: ; FACEP-8TRFKTS: : I VARD PARKED LN THE CESTRE Isterlng not far below expected to accompany them next Eyes tested CHasaes fitted
degrees. AND
AND seventy EFFICIENT: .
"p:; SIDE.WUSf' ATE B't.G-6t WITH, ROYAL PALMS l-Ute spriag V SERVICE I 229 First St t r'ljYers.; Fla.
LIGHTS The win be asked
appropriation on
; morning they bundled np' Like Ccr. led St. and Evans AT*.
:: : the the FORT MYERS\ DOCK: proverbal bug In a rug aad Telephone 122
::. it RENT' plowed through a half dozen Inches benefit all islands In the archipelago.; FORT I
of "-snow with\ the temperatur i' de. Thd rommlttee la 'charge:\ of arra ge-I Ra'l110ndffVays

: t : ___ __ ------- ------ ,. ments plansconcerted action to prevent i BOAT nUJLDING
,A.. ---- ------ | The houseboat Day Dream, Senator grecaboye Jer!) iliIllUhlIIlIIIlllllliUhililllllljlJllflhllJlllJl"Build
:{, t ". FOR RENT One sleeping room..rea- W. H. Reynolds, of New York rate boosting by' hotels I KEJIPJJ'G OF AL| RINDS
K. Carl"...
10 ecm
_,"t--:::, coBable fates. Inquire Popcorn acres near City, owner; came Into port Just evening P1LX-LEE: PARK JOINS THE big or- apartment housesIt : | With Brick"i We Give Quick S teSwppltes .
&! .. 1.H-4tp 'GOLFfLtB; DRITE OUT AND: f lodg-1 1 '
.t1U' Wagoa.FOR : after a pleasant and :successful is planned to entertain the tarJu Lam Sleek

.'t\: I'SNT-3: unfurnished rooms, Lot near A. C.; L. depot trip from the East Coast The sen SEE PALM-LEE PARK TODAY ing editors with a Hawaiian "! I 1 J. C. McDonald\ I j Gear Citing and 34jehla.W.rkaSieecially .

., 128: Main Street- 1'1. <"etc ator's party caught; several! Tarpon, _ ________________l26tc lan" or feast of fish. This II a relic j i :
'!1t;: :: 5-r
't f -' -- FOR R T5f Furnished Apartment' ,4 < them.SenatorReynolds:' veloped In wool are treated with a fishermen nada'their catch and cooked i j i and i .0 ,

if tf.-; '..., .' -room:>'''' );Ib'fAH. f.* 3rd.S For .prices! and terms seer recently!! bought waterproof process which. makes.I and ate the fish on the beach. = Contractor :El3rte :
-i : _.1l74p.fe two new' Fort Myers ,guide boatsfrom them Governor Farrington is expected: to FOnT XifItS-fllEAl"TfJ: PARLOR : .
>' 'StreetFOR. ',.,:. i.....- t it0 .: '- "', v* *. :leapt Sam WIlliams. and says exceedJngl7Fractical. be host at a grand ban'lD."bontr'oft ) = and ,'I'D. Dojigalows i t:1Iif;: <" sssvsgs.......f -
'wW1 wa r.tw&if B Wilson have in piur-LEE nmEcrs a 5peclaUy' Hs : JAM 1'-' '
S Mfl- Asa they proven satisfactory. ITGREGORBOULETARD naval men; .,, ; : "tti BeMrjr Ii'
/f $ and -.r;. 'IIi- second. St'tUtfedttJ every way !aX!! ])'THF'.TAtflAXf' Why sot' build sibstantiallyl E mn 5rs4tIbtnpoelngwtth Wstor Kuicurtn -

bonma.:t',' "I i&iH1'! ,,,He',expressed! himself,as surprised TKVH:,BY FKJHTY.FOOT SOULETARD ''The advice of the person who tells Kneia. K.-aP _
I '- -
\\th '
: : W &t.heiTa1tf' -- growth of 'the- City -ofPlsas7 I\ THE 'CE5TRE _WITH I as what we want to' hear' always 5 :; B S57-:Fort SIjtrs HMirniiiiKininiiHinniuiiPiifiiiiiimnmT St'si Treatnicntaspe Iy laity ComArticle -

1: He is interested !In a big: ROYAL PALXS. J.Wte1et makes the-strongest appeal. vIs&. Line at 'toDet "
..$i ;; ;:"" .- ,'. .', ; '- I ... ______ 1

--' > T : ij t 1J J


.. : i ,= .. -. :::: : : :. -.i ...._. -- .....::.' ''';' : .-
"c. '.. J -" :- -' :;>-;';;'. -:; = : _-:; '"'- 0- !!'a .:' "" --A-- : : ,,, .


"J, .

r =- ,

., ,-,- .
f.Mt\\ -
"f "- ., 'J" ... '
""'''' ''' '
; ''.t'
.' ',., > : --, '"',' ''' ,
"f ," _
IV flf... I'U'f": > t- "' >> .
d_ i : f '
'j ,
a J i r!1 p. 'f JA\1RT 28. It".+ {
H. J7 II, ,If, JO', { : 4.f > :- WED\ESDAT AFTER OOi
:"- 'IX io THE FonT )Q'EES PBESS FonT 3ITER3. I'LORlD.1, A """ .', .

f I t 1;_: EHELORKINGTOSd Love Pact. U..s S. INFLUENCE FOR Accuse Father Barber Strikes -fr.; ; ,t



The Influence of the United StatesIn
_. the building of good roads has
By The Aerwelal.d rreii) become world wide. In the past year
LONDON, Jan 28. Even tlo.epeopG esn
\ we ,have been visited by an eminent t 4 ?a
who spoke with forbearance group of Pan American officials who car d
of the matrimonial shyness of the
came to study our rapidly growing
Fringe+ of Wales are now getting ,nneuy'wfth national of good roads. O ,
4y' 1yHcw 3 ,- c : 4,
the 46. 1
announcement that the
1 Now these men are back in their
royafcheir will prolong his Twit to own countries, more convinced than n kr"'i* Insect
South Africa next year to Include a ever of the basic economic advantage zM

trip to the Argentine. This can only which good roads bring, and not -f r- :
mean to these
Englishmen that, another determined that their own Datlons'Ih
year will be added to the inter
u have a system similar to our Disease
1 ( val *pntll the prince announces he ,

.;' 1! hu .picked oat a girl to be the future own.It is to be eJqleCtednd hoped- n can live in its wake ,
queen. .
i I that the progress will be consistent .t
+ And Englishmen hare listened to l aF
' rather than spectacular. Such routes
:: t IT'S A
-- the BECAUSE
tale of
"' same postponement for
as our own Lincoln Highway have a aA+lhYSNA
: ; the last fire years. Whenever the
striking appeal to the Imagination, of 79 exact a tip from patrons
. \ aY Most barbers
Prince of Wales remains In London
: course, but after all the average man but Mrs. Blanche Manning of Maqara
' I for a long period, the bnsybodles becomes most friendly toward good + Cincinnati complains in a petitionfor "
r'sw;. working mostly through the newspapers roads because of the Improved high- divorce that she had to shave

I :; t get up a series of stories Intimating way which lies within his own ob her husband three times a week-
i .':- ". ,that a certain% interesting servation.In and the-only tip she got was a beattng. -\ ,
i So she hall gone on a strike
; announcement on royal notepaper
, South America there are now that she cans applying
rh i will be forthcoming from Buckingham and asks a divorce so
. some fine national trails of substantial enjoy the living she has
tree to
:?' I Palace and U-
r even speculating $ +IrS. 1 1A length. The main task will be to always made ,for herself.: I : Dusts
_' ara
who NiagDUSTER
; E the girl, Is. Such great expectations -- develop these main highways and to (
{c. : f" hare never been given achance'to Arthur Haufschild( of Milwaukee
; .. layout a system of local roads which rat
t;.;:.. materialize, for the prince can be coordinated into a national arrested on a charge of first deg:.ee Ask the Leadind Insecticide
< % has .ate.PPed'out.oCthe, country! on a murder when it was determined t.hi .->., Dealer in Your Community
1::. t. trip'tabiatntnre: domains Just In plan.We .on. Roy age 3. had died of |ofc I '
\- .i* y, ( time :and,the,ladies In question hare, may wish these officials every ..n. The boy was heir to an esw CHEMICAL CO. .-
success because they are laying Im- valued at flS.wo left by his mother. !' PENINSULAR
In casts, married before his 'Meet
return' -
;. < the economic The ae0
portant foundations for will provided the estate shouldgo h
."'k home. secret which they felt they dared the father, FLORIDAHiiiiiiiimiiiimiiimmmiiiiiMmii
wedfare of their countries.In to providing he did ORLANDO
,;< -- --, Jfow there ere not so many; ell< and Pete our own country
Ucbtenberger; 2S. .
of Pvkin.I1L.
"'.c" bles fob speculation. The Ladies marry and the .estate passed to
' to enter Into a love suicide good roads has passed the point of
7. '"4 1, ) aDd pact. the sun.
; Mary Rachel Cavendish, Lady
LJchtenberger shot the Our roads'now have -
Y ;, f'. .,.. Mary 'Gordon.Lennox and Lady Mary through the head, and then girl turned twice controversy.not only dimensions of great length - 4't"fft i i i, ,i i III III i!IIi, ii lIoiI, ;"ill Ii II''i-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi {

'f ? Cambridge,,.who.were: all freely'discussed1 : -I the weapon on himself. Little hope but also the dimensions of greater Shadows Make TargetsFor

,: _; Jf, f t" -' Prince as of list, Wa1 prospective of .English.. ba_...mates girls married of for.suitable the I ntaet.the I 4s held for their recovery I of width greater for ever thickness increasing to traffic bear and the Army AviatorsSAN ,! JUST SOLD MY FIRST 40 ACRES I IIN r rIi

"--'If ': heavier loads. Such Is the pressureOf FRANCISCO. Jan. % .-Army .
;. ; ."c:.j t >. narrowed age Is and becoming u most distressingly Englishmen PROHIBITION PUTS. our American prosperity that new aviators from Crissy Field, at the Ii ,. THE i t tIi
roads are immediately utilized to |
f;_'\f. : have made up their minds! Uat David Presidio of San Francisco are en- .
'.' v Edward Is not going outside his fath high capacity. gaging in combat practice by firingat
.......". 0) er's realm for the 1SSMITSFEEF The public in the United States is shadows of planes in the bay.
a bride prince willprobably
,', 'J: ..: have' to 'choose' his bride now on wheels, and wherever the Two planes are used in the instruc Terry and Tice Lands |
jIi! from, a.younger generation. 't question of good roads is raised we tion. They fly at varying altitudes, Ii I

, ; :t ,.' ::, So ,interested hare the public become Though Nassau' is beginning to :find the people decisively expressingitself and the aerial machine gunner In one A check
a fear[ that it will hare to to in favor of steady and consIstent
go fires at the moving shadow of the
'.{ ;. ; .i-. ? .in this chapter.of his life IIlaI'
; Royal Highness can hardly attend It has not yet reached that point. development. other. The splash of the bullets for $4000

(, }; li Ii--, house parties er dances without a Part of the supply of liquor that I believe It may be said that no shows plainly how well the gunners You get a check-for Juii'hat( a:: : 6 I
3: : comesin steady stream to the other country in the world's history
t. resounding echo connecting his a are shooting. Lewis machine guns and coat for convenience and
"- name
le' -, -;; with some debutante being heard'immediately American 'coast to irrigate parched ever had so many or so fine roads. firing bursts'of from five to 100 shotsat safety-to make sure that you In Section 33, 1% miles from city limits | i i

.. throughout then I I throats still_ comes from' there. I I Certainly no country ever had so a rate of '400 to 500 a minute are get It back. 1
, I. Maytalr I and best. if not perhaps: the t
"' .. then down,Soutjhwark, and Clap- .No'real', estate taxes are levied In 1 many citizen- personally and--- ,vitally'--". used. | to the brightest, quickest
: Nassau today- except in" the case of Interested in their use. And hangs a tale of
.0 I hams .Sincereturning! ,from his last Get a check on your Insuranceby handsomest man in town. thereby g t

t '., ...,i P.tlte< prince has) successfully: a paT few,u of mUCh'-the finer 5 estates pounds which($ZS)may a,: pursuer and pursued,1takjlng long What My Neighbor SaysIs this Agency convenience {5[ marvelous profits following a wee venture, a while ago. = I

.. ,
Counteracted,gossip by, not appearing and make
safety-to sure that
chances of being run down as they :More about it tomorrow 5 i
..,. > .at dances and house"parties.At year..Public your interests safeguarded .
' .. _',.: ,thepresenttime there Is no girl i ,improvements. a large speed swiftly through the dark with of Interest to Fort Jlyers Folks -that in case of loss by fire | Other for $2,400 and $2,800 | 1 i
out running UghtLDlsplaf Forties
; : scale are, under way: At a coat of
; being honored the prospective will back.
.y as you get your money
'V.. .: <. 'two., million;,dollars, ,a dredge: Is digging Small Sizes When on6' has had the misfortune comfortable land
;: Princess of"Wales. | Good sunshiny glad .
1.::;:?' .; '\'Thereu :mazy people-.Lt London { (.s chMmel lnto' .,harbor for Bay street the principal thr rouch- to suffer from' backache, headaches | _
< deep-draft steamships fare of Nassau is lined with liquor dizziness, nrinary disorders and
< "
ocean new
:.: Bow-wh. whisper that the anaouace4 We writ Ii
. .menu of_ the, .engagement of the docks, *are being built;, and a fine I I stores. Almost every other window other kidney ilia-and has found re policies right) 1 Ask Your Realtor to Show You |
) Prince of Waleswill audI system' of ..paved'roads ,rise-crosses displays alcoholic beverages lief from all this sickness and suffering -
) never come
mile island.Allte At of 'them person's advice is of untold
the 36- present most are specializing -. that
::: :: ; .that he i is 'going to be that strange or come to i
being paid for out of theprofits' : in pints and half-pints, suitable value to friends and neighbors. The McClureStrozierInsurance
'" ,'. complex bachelor kine. Some who ,of- liquor smuggled Into the for the hip pocket of milord or following cUe la only one of many '
.prefeasto knowevensay |r
The Owner
>> the TERRY
;. .has'often ,stated he does not; want prince,tomarry. .United' States* for up to the time of the stocking of milady. The tourist thousands J>nt It is that of a'Fort I G. C. ;
I ; Ithe( (' ::" Myers resident. Who could ask for
3- '. 'passage. of'"theprohibition season Js about to open and Mr. andMrs a ?
: -So. far;as the.outward circumstances
amendment the' United States may want to 'take home something better example? Agency __ 116 Hendry St. | :
"i': .show, the betting. la'on, Mrs A. F. Whidden, 352 Jackson ::
-' their, side.' Nassau was a practically bankrupt to the folks to prove to them :: i
community Us Inhabitants derived that, there is still some good booze St. says: "My kidneys were weak .lIUI,I I'I 1 I I"" 1'1' I I"" I"" "iiimiiimmiinimimiiiiimimiiiiiniiiiniiiiiniiimiimmmniCOME '''I / '''''' I " '" : i
.,- a precarious livelihood from the len in the 1I'0rld.Me.nwhlle and acted Irregularly. I felt so depressed
LI o.r fishing and, the handling of most of the folks and exhausted I could hardly bh-- -r
r-:-:;, Mrs.'Reeves Goes Gaily sponge are .. .
the annual tomato'crop. ;]just marking time, hoping that the drag one foot after the other and'

t I frp. To_: Make State Laws Laborers Have Plenty prosperous days may come again suffered from severe attacks of dix: |
I F'-t Today Nassau counts' its wealthy Stores opened In the first flush of ziness. My back was weak and ached

,f r, WENATCHEE; .wash, ,Jan. 23,- nhabttants'. by"'the score. Even the Nassau's whisky prosperity are empty terribly. Specks floated before my
,:. There's=Bathing In' it but fun Mrs. negro laborers have reached a state alIke of customers and clerks. The eyes blurring my sight. After using TO THE
several boxes of Doan'a Pills I was
.:;;:,.._ ,'rank Reeves of this city,declared u of affluence In the Increased 'wages: former are' scarce and the latter gossip cused." _
_',-;:" ,she left here recently to serve her for. handling liquor. with one another on the side
I second term IB the Washington State. Most of the. liquor Is being ship walks.
.i: t. ,.. .r Legislature. She hone of the three' ped to Florida and to New Orleans. Negroes'who formerly were kept Whidden said: "The cure whichDean's
Pills me has been
gave per
..' ';W .women/members.of; the'house, all reelected Little is being sent north to New busy packing cases of Haig & Haig manent" AUCTION SALEAND

; ii .. ':' 1.;'' ,. and one, of the' five Demo- York.: That, part ,of the trade hasalmOtJt"al1 aboard the rum-runners, now loll In 60c at all dealers. Foster-MUburn
.-. 'cr.6c:members. .She s1U'. In the "been. diverted the shade I
1.: Bermuda of the palms. Co.. Mfrs-. Buffalo. N. Y.lJlllllllllillnlllllllilillllllllilllillllllllllilltlitlll I. .
ar -- r'. : ?Mm'Chair/as; : did' her 'husband. be- and to trans-Atlantic steamships
; ".fore'she: .succeeded ,him: hailing from Hamburg, Germany !J illllIIIIIIIIIIIillllliiltll1111111111111111( !! f "

ra C' E. : _-,Mrs, Jletves' pay will be $5"a 'day The, numerous' keys and the shallow "If
;:- \-.r ,.forthe.-session 'of two months held waters off the Florida, cast it's a Dixie Highway =__ '
a>:' very two years at Olympia. She will make jlhat an Ideafspot for the smugglers. = '

,(.;f ,- have to pay'_fut;about that for a .. It's Best. =_ < FISH FRY-: :
; ;;- lJt!. she ,- and 'what 'with Bimini and :Gun .
'; ,1 'J'OO' .explained Key are twq .favorite' 5 'Smoke Dixie Highway C gars'we have :: ,
'i 1: entertainments, dress and food- must ;, supply depots' for' the rumrunners = LA PATRIA :: >
; ba' expend as much more daily. I 5 DIXIE HIGHWAY HAVANAS ,
i-;", Six formal dances require' many The liquor Is shipped there and .
.};, ,formal gowns explained Mrs. Reeves. stored awaiting an opportunity. to 5 SMOKERS or or Cold
s'a -', She .bad learned 'of one legislator smuggle it to the mainland.' :: Look for our name inside box, :: 50 lots'Rain ShiolNHot 50 LotsSunshine'

.'j, '...!If ,who saved come' of his salary'she Gun' Key. Is Just off Paint, Beach _- Dixie Highway Cigar Co.
confided t; "He lived away out while Blunt is but 45. mIles from
.,somewhere cooked his own meals Miami. 215 Second St.

j. ;, .'and contributed to nothing.'He didn't ,Fast motor boats easily nuke thetwohour'runto ii imiMnmmiminiimiimmiiiiiimiiMimimiMimiMimmmmmMiiniiimniimi1, " '" I itrl'Th
'" ";I '" I "!" '" :
do'aaytbng'foe( : bis I ,clients either. Blmlnl or Gun Key, '
: j load tip 'cargo and under cover of ( iiiimiiiiimiimitiiimimuimiiiiuiiliiiiii>mimiimr
., The present year 'lI1arb the'17&th darkness.;. slipback to'the: 'mainland.. '
"'_ :. _, /.. "' (; .'-foaading. of the I It's a game: "hide'and seek with ; -
--i': .;,> ... In:Ragland:: the coast guard boats, with both ..
:: i Big lash StoreR. ) The Beauty Spot of Charlotte County on the Beautiful

4t: ,
; 0.' f. Charlotte. Harbor, of the Fast Growing Little City of
.. '

':' LEE: COUNTY BOULEVARD" | A. Henderson & Son Proprietors I ,, Punta Gorda .' .

CI .. .. .". .
"" 'S!' ... ? ,> S .. 10 mJr-Sale Conducted Rain or Shine-10 a. m.
t' .:. -: ? ,
'Cash and Carry meansJwts to bysaving
r you '. :
-ihJ. r .. eji4*''' :. %9 ..rt.f -Vu.l_: __. : -_ ,;" in your grocery acepunfc:?: -Thursday Jan. 29 1925

:, j 'Ho'.1I' Acresn north side of Boulevard'witi6tf'." feet frontage'on,Bou-, .
; 1-1': : I v.rd',.-:.. .4JAror: .SubdiTis.ion.; *js j: *r ,

;. i :;,c"A'i! all cleared Cowing 'well:.farm"houses'efiO feet 'on:Boule+ r Buy at the' ,Big Cash ,Store/pay cash On theroperty: One ;Mile\ South of Punta Gorda, :the '

t > : ..taro:, :A.Tery. attractive_ .proposition, on tfcls'ajjease,.i" L J delivery City! Beautiful. WatcH Punta:'Gprda.Growl! "Buy Now!!

:.:; ,..- \ all' d a.red"tih nice home and modern. _td : ,> :

'.' h- -w' !-'660' feet frontage. ,Let. us;; *sw ,thla'J ,.}' f>t -' We will rearrange our selling' price on TERJIS': O e-halt.C, 1i Balance, 6, 12 and 18
; es.wkh Boulevard frontage""on boft" sWes,. whJ. Ja 'cout4 ke 3 '' '
'. :derelWed. Into. .a Subdivision of Ch.ractet- ' '''tJ't ''' many .articles when you trade with us, pay 'TVIonths\

} .; ,,11.: -t:Urea- ; -cleared.'comfortable" : farm 'howe.H330 .feet: 'onBoule-:, cash, and carry home your groceries, then Vatcti'.Punta' _

:) 'verd'A' j !,desirable: !ropertT'.t_ ', 5 you will help cut down. the high cost of Gorda Grow Let's All Get Behind =

;, .1;Acres;,gU'lcleareil.__ : (feet 'on Boulevard.; .A,:handsome:Acreage. living.

i 1 'All .,,"-14-"e'properties are .between Fort' 1781'S'''and' finckinghan. and' Sale Conducted By '

1 ,': :,art;4t'e to be had ,at'attractive,prices.. ,.; Yours for the best .goods for the

1 ,. '. 'p::' .. least : : E
_1 {it K,,L .JEEFCOTT 1'Y'cOI ; 3 '

I I i= i'ebloae'Leea..t6: ne AUIiai.f: I'konet:78 i'' R. !HENDERSON & ,SON .'j-. : ,. ,,>? ,

__ L '.. ,
,' t "'- t1i ltllli4tiJlII", UI"HinnlllUffifmllflUIHlUlIJlIImltfffHniIHHHtfHmttmiflIlIl[ !! -.
: .. !
; -.., KI 1< w. '>
_, : : ,;:,:Yi ,. l
gp. :: ;
.1. ... -

j i, _... t.: ... ,'. .;.. .' y. : [

-: _lo ...,. .
: ;; 't.G I$ '' Gf ; :
;. ; : .E -. ttJ
"' ; :i
< ..- - '- "'
# a 1f .- ,- : .
..r k.. J 4& '" _----..-";'''':;'., ... ._ : .. -