The Fort Myers press
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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00032
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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OPEN AIR MEETING Print LlH.; thrniKli pax..- arrt4ide COIT AGE ST. HOti ;:J

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:Adtaititge. of {'aloa ef Two Cities --h; 4cA :,. Faunal Service TfrK .herurae Ai; 1 _I
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--- ..lj scalded by exaplHirTO.CHYOFPAIMS James Lawrence young businessman

\ ,At the meeting ef the East FortIllyers "::1111. I of Fort Myers died at his Cottage -

board of trade last night it z .Y ers I street home at 4:90 p. m. -
day following an illness of bat a few
was arranged to hold another meetIng -
t 1 weeks duration. Mr. Lawrence had
on the evening of Tuesday, Feb- 1 OF lOEB f but recently left the hospital and Us

ruary 17th. at the same place the \4., J I many friends believed him on the

pavilion In the fair grounds! at 'which I road to recovery Last Saturday Ids
I 1 #4 } r : l t- condition became and his recovery
1( time new officers will be elected and considered doubtful.

plans perfected for the betterment of
Mr. Lawrence, who was 3! yearscld -
)East Fort Myers. I was born in Lawrence twenty' ,
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At last night's meeting there was s South Carolina coming to Fort My
t titan "..d., *au ->n Kansas IS beat Gi:1. II
a good attendance and pleatr" of what pnt "tit ers some 15 years ago. Shortly after -
I Kansas claim
la the best wheat in
chicken pilau bread, salads, picklesand E t ih ; the outbreak of the war he eattsted -
lk> And Party
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coffee for everybody. A committee '"" MC in the naval reserve force and reported
composed of A. I. Mann C. F hive (her :Muht .On. Tour l'veerat m"lt>n t. Your.; kUo ..;;jt"i.on ....., n.- .Jt: :.. of the largest for duty at Key Sleet M December -

II, Luke V. METHODIST! EPISCOPAL () I! Of Mate parades ever staged in Herna. lit Part of the cor f t shown above. I It 18, 1917.Transferred .
) i. English and Burdette f : :::: .. : !
. Taylor prepared the feast with the I IEDUCATIOMAL to the ninth seeds at
: exception of tle salads which ..ere'' l Sc narrow, Chicago at- i Tampa on December 28, SiU ea ,

prepared by >Irs. W. I. English and CHURCH ; bership .- wlMMa defense: of Leopold T1IKKK BILLION FOB Al'1'OSW. CONVICT TO PRESENT Lawrence! shipped aboard b-chaer t
i ; U.eb, youthful slayers of i .,-'.
Mrs. A. I. Mann. commerce young i 471. aaaigned to patrol doty. lYaasI ;\
1 house ( | Franks Let fall saved the .\ UIXGTOX, Feb. 4.-The i I' ferred agate; to Pestsacola fete was a Col. Halgrlm, temporary presidentof ficers for ; boys from paying the supreme ; PRISON WITH THEATRE ached to Sob-cfeascr 334 a. wkteh '"-.
board ASSOCIATION! CONVENES world spat $3.300,000.000< last year i
the of trade, made an address :
-and of
brought fees
of welcome as the attorney for automobiles: and motorcycles, 1; .lt. served until JaDe 7tk. 1918. Te
and made everybody I for the ), >4t. arrived in Fort Myers last j "471" patrolled the submarine acne

chosen: feel remarks.at home in a few well 1'11111.aaul-Meetlag-- Opens ..ttJltmpbh I, A ? ht with firs, Harrow and party the in commerce a statement department made public estimated qn- |'I fOLLOWING i l HIS RELEASE I around ih* South Florida cosset 0-

the board of Jlarry 1'. Fisher of
the basis of an average cost of September 28th IMS Mr. Lawrette
/ S. Tarrer, mayor of East Fort TrunesteeTedsy j i. ) Oho and William N. Hair- $1,000 each for automobiles an.1 I was' again stationed' at Key West,

Myers, made a talk In which he ent and, of Jacksonville, 111. 1. I%Ui) for motorcycles.A \\Vfr--tt-i i i from where be was dfeclsarcs*} ...
-- -- I :Mayo That He Will Donate
drew a picture of what East Fort My board of is! MH Harrow" first trip to | March 1st. 1919.Returning .
Br T.. Ass eiated Press) surrey of the world motor I Swfcrahu 1'001AI"o I .
ers Is destined to become with the MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 4.-The executive )I.ers. ,jflie party i Iii on a tour Industry showed, the department ? to Fort :Myers Mr. Lawrence

co-operation and co-ordination of its Educational Association of the Methodist eral (' South Florida'and left the'city this stated, that the Visited States I entered the plumbing bueleene" .
citizens. His speech was well received. valli. for the- east coast Mr. Dar- in which he gained ao tnviaateteUon. repo-
> I Episcopal church, South, opened tow has 84 per cent of all passenger .
(By lb Associated Press
its sixth anal meeting here today There '. rep-utalien of being bard to In- automotive. 74 per cent t '
'A. I. Mann, owner ot the Lee County with the opening sesion marked : tills ,,, was sustained today by the cf all motor tri ti. ap<.. It p..r TALLAHASS8E. Feb. 4.-A mod-I I He ia survived by; his atoUr. Mra, .
Furniture Company, was one of t by the address of President II. N. paper lawyer' success in eluding a cant of all motorcycle Cotabtaing ern theatre and a swlmaUa/j/ pi i i Mary Bardea Lfcwreac a4 grastfuotier -
the principle speakers and projected ( Snyder on "Present Day Educational lie reta representative. passenger cars and tracks in needed at the Florid State prine 1 I Mrs Reoccca tertta %Mt

into the meeting the Idea of a union Thought and the Liberal Arts Colleges -/ The Darrow party stopped at the. one class this country baa 82.5 farm, according to a letter received ;:t! by Mrs. T. 0. Lmgfort. MiM IMI

with Fort Myers for the benefit ,of pf the Church." The general!, Palm hotel. per cent of all the world's motor by Nathan Mayo, commissioner of : Burden. bIo acute, all of thin tttr;
both communities. The alms and agriculture, from one of the'prison- H. R. of Fort Hy JsaMs.Bardea ;
topic was the "Liberal Arts College, its vehicles 1S,615,0K passenger Harden *8. ., .
destinies>f he two !sides of Billy's the speakers stressing matters of endowment -: Is pointed cars. 2,892,000 trucks and 1.26?.- era confined at the farm, who says he i of Fort Meae, and Bb Bar

creek are identical." said Mr. Mann, equipment policies, and a full ASSLICIATIONMEMBERS 000 motorcycles hatinS been 'in intends to donate uffbIent. fends to i den ot J Miami anets*.. ,

"and as one large city It Is possible the relation of the standard liberal ;o 'Tote operation: on January 1.MYARDED. defray expenses of constructing both I The fiworal serHbea tbJa aftecSMOSi '

to accomplish far greater things than Arts college to high schools. Junior Deere, I soon after: htelease.. at writs Msrtaary home at 4 < 0

it Is while the two communities are colleges; universities, and PLAY FIRST -- -. ---- "I have alw.ys found." : he wroto ; cteck. are t* charge of the Rub O.
divided' by IlI-'s creek and by two al .schools. prOf"Ulon-1 f"e'Ommiisiuner., 'tbat a Btaa's I WBWMoa Post No. S8 AawricaB Le- '. j jI
governments: as the situation now The discussions were --- business.: is not enough to make him glen the following serving as honorary -

stands." He showed la bis speech George F. Zook, chief, division/ of PRESS AGAIN A hap!),. He mast te wed fitr: .which I pall bear***: John Barrow K. .

the!-benefits that will accrue with a higher education of the United States GAVE SEASOillAME SUNDAY he gets no retail in domrs. S,rvia, I B. Gilbert, OUbct. HawiHost, O. D, ; }

union of the*two-Cities as welt'as-a, Bureau of Education.Approximately II have found<
unity of "purpose, 200 delfgajag, {acliUInr ,-, -- LEE COUNTY PRINTING --\- nl fe.- ,i
ant that 1 Ii what 1 want. It I
'TNmll Fenr
; .; *1.J...dGllmore; who ac.a beau= bishops) : ministers.,' college' ; -'Is- .. Itiiided late keeps a man young in spirit and I Buriplt. #g l ,,,> IJl; 9- Mr. '
tlfol winter horn on the banks of presidents, professors and representatives Loses Fort Mjers Meets fen cetncterr-:
body, too.: ... .
< Arcadia Soon CONTRACT BY OFFICIALS i ...-
of widely known educational .
the paloosahatCDee: In East Fort My- "I
hope the and board
i S Feb. 4. At a meeting Governor:
r ers and a summer' home in 'Phila agencies are attending the meeting' ; will permit me to toy to make others I Lee Booth Center i
delphia, la a /ood speech stressed the of the association which opened at executive committee of the South "
happy. his letter .
need of a union' between the two 9:30: o'clock.The Tennis association, Monday, f\ mmJ",lonen Give $100 Toward i .- "1 will within lids read.and next Of Interest at Tampa ..

clUes and pictured the ,possibilities meeting of the council'of Collins ('. ) Myers was represented by W. S. Sending Band. to Tampa, -be able to donate; rtioagh to year I -

of East Fort Myers and showed what church. schools of the South, an allied 'i" T secretary of the association. Fair I !both a swimming pool and a PIlup good I The South Florida Fair is openingin
s had been accomplished there in the inter-denominational body, will be zones for this season's inter : a blaze of glory and the Lee county -
theatre, and this is badly needed
last two years held February 5-6. play were laid out Fort Myers' The Board of County Commission here" the writer continued. He exhibit is showing up line Clinton o
Yesterday, other allied By includes Arcadia, and a team BoHck telegraphed Joan M. Borisyt I.
; .Col* L. O. Pope made one of hU meetings era are in session today with all viced the commissioner that "It
"Deluded the annual session of the CAVE Fort Mead and Frostproof. today He stated that more coconuts
members of the board
; usual.good talks in which he shove not take me very long after I am ad-I
conference secretary-treasurers of i In .the I first matches will be played nest I are needed and Dr. Franklin
ate possibilities not only pf Fort Sly- Routine matters were discussed leased to settle up my affairs
he denomination, presided over by Floyd T'A. in this zone. Arcadia against Miles and E. J. Bloom have agreed
etc and East fort Myers but of ai: and passed on this morning, and b pe ta get one building finished
: ')r. 11. It Sherman, in charge ofThristian time since : Mead-Fostoria at Arcadia. The to make ttp the' detciettcy.
South Florida and ,he aroused the enthusiasm I work on the road contracts was: discussed -, ready to open by Christmas 1925." I
Education movement, and day 1 Sunday, the 15th. Fort Some more Frt! Jsyera and Lee
of his hearers.Representative at length. It was the general j George L. More and, the writer,
the meeting of the directors of religions in behind Arcadia. county' people will leave BOOB for .
: Louis X Hendry interested meets opinion of the members of the board I was; sentj.np from Palm Beach county
[ education and student pas side of the di I Tampa ta assist vita tae exhibit. -
thirteen teams entered are I II
; the audience in a tale of the that the road, contracts under the tot eighteen wombs' for forgery. Ilia
tors throughout Southern Methodist The rO<'
developments' which have been made be into four zones. Each zone bond issue were being pushed for time w"fij expire on May -18, next
and forecasted'' far greater ones for territory, over which Dr. J. Marvin Cleared itself, each team playing two I ward as rapidly as possible. With his letter to Mr. Mayo ne sent THE'VEA'l'HEU
Tulbreath Members of. lins nailed( i
the future. He'll an East Fort Myers against each of the others, At two o'clock this afternoon the Mrawlngf showing plans he had outlined r Highest temperatsoreyesterday
booster, and believes in the future. of Jiese two organizations are remain- !i rock: slide lone winner being calculated by matter of county printing for the I, tor the prison farm theatre. A . 74 I
in Memphis to attend the meeting that he I
the city across Billy's creek. of nf the I same percentage system used in next year was taken up. On motion 1 1I building- three stories in height, with '1 Lowest teaipeiatttn
e4ucatlonal association. out.
; W.: ,C. Bents made a short talk In i brought way baseball. The four zone win- I of Fred Thompson, of the Island dis- an auditorium large enough to seat last night .. tt
which emphasized the :'growth. clLoth to play semi-finals against each I Uriet, and seconded by D. S. Borland several hundred persona U specified Rainfall 34 hra., to -

sides' of Billy's creek and the MOON AND TIDESNew I I a- negro the winners playing the finals of the Buckingham district the Fort' for the theatre. 8 a. m., Ins..S _-

back country'in the'put two )'ears. the trophy. Mulberry was the I Myers Press was again awarded the Wind, direction .N
Moon 22nd 9:12 ing the
Mrs. H, >I* M.rlowemade a talk : : p. m. I last year. county printing contract. The con. .UI BUSHED TO HELPLESS Wind, vet, miles. .4
First 1 i I rescuers, SHIP
Quarter: none.
ta which cbs pledged the' support of 11 tract for printing the delinquent tax y Sky. . Pt lAdy
the ladles of East Fort .Myers to Full 8th, 4iI! p. m. I wormed I list was again given to the Eatero I II I Barometer ...3IJJ I
(By Tile Atoeiat Trrrt
Last 16th again and )
Quarter 4:41 I
: : a. m.
]I Florida
SURFACING I The rote the Fair and
every movement for' the betterment. trapped !ItOr 'I Eagle. on two contracts NORFOLK Va. Feb. 4.-The coastguard For : tonight .
of the oriul1uDiti.! AT CRESCENT: BCACH I I -the which were embraced in one I cutter Gresbam is today hur- 'i Thursday, not much change In temperature

The .Gleet lC ,harmonious and. to i motion was unanimous, all five members rying to the aid of the steamer Be- ; moderate north and north-
Wednesday February 4Ih of the board, voting for the. mo- east winds :,2
everybody, ba<} plenty. to too late. ecto last
High Tide: 1:0%p.m. OF TAMIAMI TRAIL tion. reported night to be help- ,,' .
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Low Tides: C:15a.m.and5:2tpjn. 'I One hundred -dollars was appro- less, a hundred miles. off' Diamond : '

TAX COLLECTOR Air priated toward the expense ot taking shoals TO THE CITY
JXCOME Thursday, February .II. : IS BEING RUSHEDi the Fort Myers Concert Band to the The ship lost a propeller In a rough

l ..... High Tides: 12$3ajn.andlS3p.m.: left here I i Tampa Fair.Constitution. sea -'.' Clint Bolick will present the. I

Ajdtputy collector of Internal Low Tides: ':OOa.m.aDdGUp.m. for Cave I I city with his sleek in the Fort .,- ?

, revenue will be in Fort Myers on Chtcago Lee County' ers golf when the
SaraseU! and conrs e ever
February'13th, 14th 16th, JSthandil'th. Friday February 6thHigh. cloned by Work Showing FORT r YERSf P. o. PRINCE ELECTBIC: MOYIXG municipality will take it over .

._ for the purpose of as- to Cave ;i I
Tides: 12:52 a.m. and 2:19: p.tn, Result Mr. Bolkk'a generous action laIn ;;;I
in filing their income assistance The Prince Electrical Shop is movug -!1
tletlnf taxpayers
Low Tides: 7-.31 a.m. and 7:02 p.m. i accord with that cC many ether
tax returns for the year lins I I from Main street to 242 Hendry t
Less than thre miles of hard sur CHAPTER INITIATES stockholders.! !8
i I street according to a placard in their t .
IS*!, which: are to be filed on or Saturday, February Tlh constructed on ,
/ remain to be
before March 15th.. 1925.'Taxpayers \ ; I. window today. }
High Tides 1:34 and 2 52 Stokes Acllne I.I
: : a-m : pan. I Tamlamt Trail between
t. x will be told at. the Low Tides 8 12a.m. and 7:44 il '
: : : p.m. the Charlotte-Lee county line.1 NEW MEMBER >
1- 1: : poet office where the deputy col' detour around this work ia In! TUESOAi i SPEEDY WALL STREET INSISTS ra' 1

( lecterm.y! "" pe found in Fort My? Sunday, February: Wh' ; condition, and motorists make, \
J.', t. -' High Tides: 2:1Ia.m.and3Z-tp.m. i I distance between Fort Myers and 1 and ON: OUTPUT BY TICKERS *.

't. ". Low! Tides: 8:46: a.m. and 85 pm.I Stokes, : Rorda.-a distance of twenty- Form Subjects Of
-------- -- - and : miles, ia a single hour easY i Program NEW YORK Feb. 4--Plans of the and non-members north '.! Ibis J.ne ;

: SALESGIRLS DRESS 'SMARTER\ THAN of New I New 'York stock exchange, annooncdTer through the &trf aa4' th. hmala1l1c

111 I charges The work of grading and simsl-I' The P. E. O. Chapter met at the ( Ft*. 7, to abfcretlata symbols Deters IB the eountfjf ai lore I

CUSTOMERS, SAYS DRESS ECONOMIST item': of '() hard surfacing the Tam: home of Mrs. Armeda,Tuesday even .n 100 important stocks are expected [f The. Western Calcn at present 1

of ) Trail south of Fort Myers b ing. 0 speed up the stock ticker almost .flashes stock quotations by automatic '"
the ( ; with great activity. The, percent. :transsUaaton tar
:'v M west as Cleveland -
The home decorated i _
t N1CW YORK Feb. 4. The salesgirlsbehind enter their shops and notice the was beautifully -i
perjury Coast line freight yards pre; The ticker would then print an av- supplying Beaton, pblaklpbla.
in flowers and electric
their dainty
t flaws In manner of attire .cut 'I .
the counters in New York "Likewise most of -them have to salt far I \ a busy aspect with;: dozens of lamps twinkled about the rooms. rage of 55 transactions every sixty ,Washington, Baltimore. P argb.

department stores and women's spe- mOJlelhalt' of their work day. They I loaded with hard surfacing ma- Besides a full attendance, ot members .eeonds upon the tape reeling from :Albany, Syracuse and Rochester on. ,

cialty"shops .are more_ becominglystressed are preening "before'mirrors and before "' being- dally unloaded for the there'were'as guests Mrs. M. A. ho familiar clicking glow hive into 'the way. The company now almswithla :
he basket a in paceal- i the neat .U month. 1
Quickening to
: pUlL
than the fashionable women customers. So It js' Inevitable be- Ibbeston, Mrs. Rath Ibbeston and .
d The hard surfacing contract above that of two the 1
noel SO percent western objective as far CalIcaga.
aa -
l to &be .ee n at the smart hotels, declared that the salesgirl soon discover the Charlotte Harbor and Myakka Mrs. Mary Hemphlll from Chapter A. #
J4rgaret Story :.dress economist mode that -accentuates their natural in Charlotte and Sarasota ia I of Carllnvllle'III. roars ago; Thechange ban beendads I / which is BOW fed Morse relay,

# and author In an Interview to-. charms to the best advantage.It 1 the Tamiami Trail Is | A candidate was>: introduced and I necessary by the recent record- : and also td embrace> in this direct
farm on t 'MakSngbull market of 2.000,000- j I Iservic Minneapolis Kaaaas
Initiated the ot: th i ij :
days :: ;: Is merely a case of study and proceeding with great speed.( into; mysteries
; Armenia the ticker i
The .:$.\....lr1a.do not have the ;aducatlon that all women must soonerr I grad. is all but completed tat i P. E. O. after' the regular business j jI aare days daring [City and St. Louis. #
f money'1;to.s.D'4 for cdothes, Mrs > later- have if they desire to'b.. selected entire distance of twenty-three j meeting. Mra Faren gave an interesting i iI .t times'nas fallen as much as 15 to l The new symbols will cause MtUeinconrenienca
ages. 1 2 nannies behind the actual trading. to tt.
Story -14l. )hat: their wealthy clientsd0.but smartly attired. The saleswoman' is farm | and upwards of a hundred cars I and,tnstrn'ctlve talk on the t; trading pnkiic. = s y.
Ccncurreaily the Western oelepaph does
= I Seldom a broker's castoBWIi tt
of the Called States,-
'in lien ot this'tbCT' study just ortnDate.lu getting this educa-- hard surfacing material an the
Company the Sto.k ethanje -
I i : Uavu more than IS separatestock
starting with the time it was written
their O"D ,PArtle.l., needs for dressrather'tb.u ion as part of her work. the rate i siding at Arcadia, from : distribution laissez
agent for major < ia his strongbox,. and
I and bringing It op to date and explilnlngthev ; :
: .accepting dogmatic edicts And as', far, as that is concerned. has 1S.OOO < > t t different amendments. nstock quotations, is at work uponNational he can readily memorise their changed -
bf taaMen, :bere are almost' aa many well- cattle, {t 4o Murdock: where it ia being plac
j -The.MSfSon .s"Quite simple," Mrs tressed girls on the East Side. as improving; on the grade, The contractors, are t MrT Oephart spoke' en the Declaration : wire extension. of the ter-t designations auer.v: Tne"bades_ : t"t
Itory it serves d1re t. The Suck ex- hit win be the broktrs tie
I of'ladependenee D.d.ma her $l..s
'Story >* plates"Saleewomen' first here art In society. Not that they Armenia. ; their work .of hard sari t
? i.i finely tram Mnrdack westfrom My talk. Ttry Interesting by relating incidents' 'aangeUselI opettatea theytickersised : and the reporters in Ibe tloor'bt tie
the Aliiyr are expensively or as
olt rttr. ynodes East .
ttit:kat > tq
.. J _ge V1 parade in end tressed, bllt' they are expressing i{ will- l- bridge .a distantof- about; regarding *;: fr.oo:' by members in the financial di-!Stock..Exchanie; who pluck) : salea on .
Jict south ot Chambers street. The the wing front the brokers"around /mbling t
After the social hour .
lie.i; atAoerrbefore! their cus uemselvea! with greater ..freedom several! mile,, andjtiey glee-wreuraxsee f program a. '
rlv '
become tamQiarfw "hey denlop'Itllea of their own by superior ; this will it.. in commission tor 1 was enjoyed by all and the hostess Tealern Union, supplies all aon-; the More of trading posts,,

..-'--:;silgeitir!, :Ttcjf loony .soon.tlprs, ,, men tha- -tndylne their- own- needs." used In .; use before the rainy season. Iserved 1 a dainty salad coarse' meiasber ift this a8aw all members i jaad .to them It is all ta the punt. ..
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3 'Fbrrr' tTh9RS erously that'the Three" r.JnH rtie 1)f Rebek-
) rn ESS. to rpo'htA supreme usefulness of air manes The!
'4i4xCa: %:L'J: 9TJbt: 1 er sad ,GuenJ,Jlaugui'jII I had Beet reached'will have to admit that the ad- r will meet nt' the home of Mrs.

'Sl .vent. at .Ak'on, ,0hlo, of .two-passenger coupe DARN% .I Clement, HeRmaa street at 3 o'clock,

'" ; ; ,PL'keaarert U ..d1. T"tlus". 5'lerMia.'I nail matter YMtep the March Act ei'Mta: ,1$f fur air travelers'disproves their'statements. 'I'O'' ,GcSt"I:4 4_ I Ya v >?pNT toa 't.I I Mrs. II. S. Tykr. hostess.ThnrsJjiv .

.:-:.. This ;new addition to air craft passenger 6ot4 t4 l(1ti''TRe.sE
h1t1tdW at'a 6htekty- o"rrsg.jet-o.toy.nber' U. Wt ... .a service A, r.:; I FoarihInstallation
,- I a 4atr or Mani U. 1)11. ; sounds interesting. The ,new plane is > \ NfWrUROWp ;
one hundred feet )long, thirty feet in diameter, S AlLCO't y:;L ?r I of offlefcfa will be held
4W'1'IIE i N9683 Royal'Ndghbova
tEIB ASSOCUTEDJ I ? Piion Camp !
HMrtt."Th ( by
witha'gas'capacity; : of 47.000 cubic' feet and f
} jikIcJit l s t...etdnclrelr."entitled'to t2Mi for 'a :. ;' : of Atmtfica '". PythianHalt
U.ua'.A1 atl41, oty1'gk;; #l1l11Pa tt*,., credited f.olt. or ant sa oOn'Mt speed'ot ::fifty' miles per hour. Its passenger ": f:30 oft*** Shhing Kefch-'
:1' :
=: .. 1W'}Dd ,aIM th..tvcai: >ttewl, aaiaoa2 space being limited to'two, it should be in great '. '. '. ....l.., hors at welcome. ";

: t"a."I'\'td..3.Ctt.f: .8P8Ctal di patGb.r (...ants .....' demand t>y.bridal couples. ,' .': ." 1' d: 1, "- a
Ii ScnSC&I1"TIClI: : BATES "' Think what'this means 1 Our honeymooners I -.- Tile Woman* society' of the Pres-
..' tiff CoJMer; Ctiartott Ouuld r .ceua' literally lifted 'abo\, the earth to travel in the f byterian church will 'bold a regular:"'..

ts.ip a fleadrjr. CounUei, One lotto Jtonth and Hea4q Cbu-I clouds t'' Up! in the air in the strictest sense oftlleclarord'U all day meting In the church pariors.-
m th ., A cordial igvit+lten fr/ extend** to-
lrhr.e Month. } this new design can be manu- '' .F> iC
?? QAPAWi1ATl5't 1 .
& f UIa: 'iUsMontha", ,, ; served at 1200.*'
.01" y. P .-. :" .t.>...Ytar, ,".,118.It facturedfast enough to meet the demand it willft'olat1Qnize A'EHREtc tbTTIR I visitors metier Luncjheon: at 2.-ZO followed by -
.: + Business
travel by land and by water. Thinkof
w : > 1 I meeting. *
+ rrta On: Year tee h1EAN
J W.tkiy Vort I\t =Pr... Six UoaUi :::::=jf ff buying your train or boat ticket with the as- l P missionary e e .

; surance that there ,would be. no bridal couples There will be a public installation

among the passengers! pt tie Royal Neighbors of America: t iand
i''UIKtf M B R4s I each member fa requested to bef

present and bring three Invited

.s .
i< 1924 -

,,, ..Jti'" ";?. L1914 ASSOCIATION '-'" ftllaj Sixth ,

'-, ,..; 4 A report just published by Columbia university >. *W"L'L .. There will be a regular meeting of

-?. -,< emberhersrlawopa..a.. l..bUlilien' A. eIaU.. I spreads the information that nervous and -- YlORID DIDNT END d the O. E. S. at 7:90 IB Pyfchlan; .hall., '
-V- '. .. */. : -" ember Florida Press AssocUtioB. mental ailments are on the increase in the United I Visiting Stars cordially invited. ;

!, :;.:' *-;f' Member 14rLla A s.tlat d Dallies States' and ,"constitute a grave menace to the 'T ORDER SX+ MORE : '
-!- lleinbpr south; Florida Press AssoclalIoa.I country." 'The subject is worth thinking about in Monday, Math

: this "age of worry.:' ) -Deao Town Choir" a play to be
1 u.'.> "- ,Wed:: sJ. tf.f11: n; ,February 4,<19ZS- We have become in America a highly nervous >- f given by Pythian Sisters at Gwynne

'. BIBLE,.THOUGHT FOR TODAY people, whether at our work or play or our social I ;. j auditorium. e .
diversions. Worse than all we are bringing up a !
Have the mind of Christ:-Let Second Iuppermeeting'W'
: *: this mind be 'in you, which was also in our children to be pretty much the same class of rA55 BCPS CE AWCi' WKENfTFIGURING OMUfeVUOCIP pOA CAN''oiurf51.KS of the charter members of *-*

E 4 [ Christ Jesus. Let nothing be done people and in this circumstance will be foundan OOMtfQ"5 AMEMP iG rtiiArlC Lee county voitnre'ot La /**
evil,that for the good of our future we oughtto ,, et"S *
.. through strife or vainglory; but lowliness of Societe des 40 Hommes
Mind let each esteem other. better than. .theme eradicate,. 1 Chevaux at Bradford hotel for ele<> '' *
pelvesi: Philippians '2: 5.3 : There ia prevalence of nervous diseases in S\ tion of officers.. Dues must be paid' *

America that is not appreciable to the average to Tote ,
'Ii I 'THE FORT AYEIM PRESS PLATFORM' person even hough he or she may .belong to that l ssa .

I L ;...,.". : '. very group. We are not very apt to see in ourselves F Thsrsdar, Twelfth ;; "'-'
.. \ 4 Bonding{ and Loan_ ABaeclitl.a.a ) that want'that we attach! to others. It is The Church Service League 6f .*.

a 1 :'"1. ,,, 4 Water Aliening Plant for Xenlclpal Water perfectly apparent, however, to any thinking per Saint Luke's Episcopal church will .."* I

Sf. >dest. son that Americans are living at too fast a speed. serve a church supper on Lincoln's x
Water Front or Island park mod Xoaldpa! InslJariura. birthday. t
I The resu1t. that mental ailments are more frequent '
I t .,. a and 'research work is in to discover -
progress Taor ;av, >'Ineti>entlj ,
; .t-J. lihrr Frost Eeolevard. :I !
t a cure..' Women who try to smuggle Jewelryand Shovgaard pronounced "Scow- '
next. Seventy-five
t ) '. '.Free Brid;?'! U Crescent Beaek.J matter of health conservation is im- ( system comes
IMhe 'ROUND FLORIDA thousand dollars will go into con- furs into the United States are Gaw"Danish violinist will appear ia j
; }eeper Clrrr Channel to .Pretlde Entrance tor portant to the country.and we are ready to admit I Bj Tae AiMiclaUd PresetJacksonvllleInvestigation I struction of a new curb market at often betrayed to the customs officersby Fort ;Myers under the auspices of the '- 1

'Ocean. Golcg' Vessels. that it is, then: it is imperative that something be Southwest Second avenue and the anonymous letters presumablyfrom church service league..
Completion of' Ie Conntr's' System of Bead. done along some line that will awaken us to a of Jacksonville river envious friends. 1
t'ero-ileflon, of Taml&ml Trail and Fprt Mjrs .North Carolina has 7,000
sense of dangera lurking\ in ,our .nervous state.- as port of shipment of citrus over factory -
$ fo AFalsl ta.JIJhw: J'. Miami 1 News. fruit for European ports la to be made FORT LAUDERDALE-The voters The bobbed-hair fashion has Just establishments and 157,000 wage -")
-.1 :, ,1J j rszLcatjoa.of( | JIJghwsTs: laeladlnf Plaiting 0fPaIiB9 by government agents according to of this city will pass on two bond issues recently reached Italy and has earners.

?. :, .,4eouig& along Tamfcjial: Trail Clear acrtia advices received here from Washing-i during this month the first on wrought great havoc among the f! i
:' ,, !." ..Conatjr pad C'RU.III..r. f Coral' Pal as dour HONORABLE ton. Word has bean received that W. February* 21 for nearly $900,000 younger generation of girls who have I The Pennsylvania Railroad system
.. ;.ICl"-3oZ'' Boulevard Panta,JUssa.J.'all S. Gregg thief of the transportation : worth, to provide finances for civic shorn their locks in the neme of In 18S2, was the first to adopt electric, .-.,

1 Bead to East Coast. division of the .United States department improvements and'a second on Feb- fashion. lighting in passenger cars.
I' ruary 28 of $200,000 for constructionof ;<1
,: .' Criminals are not more despised by society of commerce, and H. B. Smith, '
UNIFORM NUMBERING DESIRABLE two bridges over New river, one
.- than liars and those whom man has dubbed "dead European agricultural expert will 1 at East avenue and the other west of. The Old Home Town ; By Stanley -

: beatsAnd. more society! does not diferentiatebetween look into the possibilities pf shipping I the railroad In''the neighborhood of
'. A keen observer among: our_hewer resident,*! citrus -fruit from this port or other .
the liar and the dead beat having Coles
h, calls our attention to-the fact that Jhere'are twp : South Atlantic ports.PEXSACQLA avenue.Hawaiian 1 ,
: '" been taughtfrom'long experience that theJatteris ri ,Ass Gov
": kinds 'of afreet'numbering'in' Fort'lreri%J'system One
bearer of truth. Volcano's'Smoke
:' be attributes "the City Engineer the never' a -A proposal that Pen- I -
: to
J -
.. would not have his friends and
Because he ,
sacola establish a radio broadcasting E hoES K li ,.
other to the Fire'Department. Most of us are so Caused by Slide I ? .,
: brand him insolvent Sir SHIrr DOVar+
accustomed to this that 'we have subdued our posterity as an debtor station has been referred to the I e ;
'-' gardipgit to of anti Vfclter Scott:, English! novelist, toiled for six !publicity committee of the chamber VOLOAN'O HOUSE .
a .state passive bY. Hawaii Feb. 4.Kllauea. r I +t I.
years to pay the credItors of his bankrupt pub- pf commerce which will take actionon Y
N ance, but we"are' wiling,|to; 'agree with any onethat.bne. volcano in the Hawaii National -
lishing firm. Worry oyerhis staggering indebtedness : the matter and refer It back to
::: Park which
numbering: :system is plenty. The renumbering put on a spectacular -
,'and for his honor caused his the chamber directors.
'z. of. buildings could work in Quite premature eruption last May, has emitted .MKTGR IfeiDWHENt
\ ; l
death in '1832 but not before had succeededin I t
: with he several dust clouds during the past I fiNlKER K A6a1r NEMMCESIP
"- harmoniously the paying4and} other i hundred the dollar EUSTIS-H, ft. Ferran has beennamed I O4 Y ? To'nmo.vnoe? MISMtlD m
guaranteeing one .cents on week causing spectators to think that
I i voATNw4
treet work that! is being done. It ,would
: chairman of a central committee lI _
another poEStT"g'
tQ his creditors. scenic treat Is at hand. ,
;1, -That f there is no reason'why this'should notjbe that will have charge of other I
in health. Mark clouds
At a.mature age and failing\ were similar to those
taken up 3,1 the present time,-a system of nlftnnssfDtejing Twain undertook by stenuous writing and lectur.jug committees:! / to prepare and executethe which rolled out of the fire-pit during I
: and..tbe made with Incident to the annual
agreed changes program
r upon., .
?. *'!'dispatch. to liquidate an indebtedness of many thousands celebration: here of Washington's the May activity but were of
,of dollars .into which he ,was thrust by an birthday. The water sports carnival short duration. According to of f iei-1 I i I
r : To ,Be in accord with the: majority of weD ala at the volcano observatory the I j I
.. suggest: that 100 nura- unsuccessful attempt to produce a commercially will be. one of the main attractions as action I
was due to avalanches of rock
practical typesetting machine. Like Scott he sacrificed -' heretofore, although new and novel
,be allotted to each street block, and that the which slid from the crater walls Into.
honor. for his features are being The
life to death occurred a few planned. i
even numbers be used the cauldron below The rock
: ,4 on.oneVfside! celebration masses -
:. and the cdd numbers on .the Of.the-s year*1 Utter, hastened by overwork. will take place this year they say, were loosened during i I 4
> on February 23 because ot the tact
'fit :its .because most men and women are as.honorable the i I
t :r; Myers is not; laid out-wltli ; that the 22nd falls on Sunday. eruptive activity and their present f
--9 that ; and honest as were Scott and Twain movement is due to the natural'
., precision any certain'.number.:of-blocks c a
t .;' 'constitute a miler] but the numbering of each I atYmodern business' is .transacted almost entirely MIAMI-More than twenty thou- processes of weat>tering. I rrr FER
: cred It is dishonor be R
on \tt no to in debt sand automobiles Dade MOMe "
; block with its hundred in correct carrying ?
,,;- : would be some own guide to'distance- and sequence it 'woulc: but ,to fail to pay a debt whendue: ,means, social county licenses are in use here now, Out of a total of 49S degrees conferred ARCHIE l UEWOeRSHOT fto QOt Tt ONTiej {
_. conies "dead by the University of Philippines MS ItO SES AND OR0VE AWAY
if ostracism When'the time that the In addition to the five thousand visiting the j FfeOM THE
make very:easy to finddefinite locations. [ DOLLAR STORE TAKING ALOWli TWE MAM .
beat"'can'look his fellowmen in .the without last year 110 of them were F
It is estimated s
eye cars. by the mana- ,
;. New paving and numbers if PAT CF" THE FRONT PC4BCMMQM'N f
: : clew completed earned
iiinching then will business of return of Miami branch of by women.
ger a gasoline
.streitlltaneou"slS!! ;;would give'Fortf.yers.] a dressed. ;
; ,
'... ; j j. : "*:" Jo a strictly cash basis. The deferred pay- company He places the population
; ": rr pp"dpeararice Ul ee. : mentrplan.of'credit figures at 125,000 or five for
i = ?' has proven to the glory of I 1 persons
\ that less of cent of every automobile in use. in the COUn- POP
man than half
:. one per men Taylor
: IN REGARD TO & his
CPR. : ty. According to calculations MI-
are worthy of each Times. I ; u.---
ami will use all: million gallons of
:/ .: Oceupyiny> a -handy"!position.:.pn; 'our de t*" I* : : gas cline In January, February and I 't tta.t tvu,

'., an attactive booklet which} the.P/ iniil3O9cl.: ADVENTUROUS YOUTH March or more than 30 per cent it

.. i._: ;.d mal.-Steamwll.Company": has 'issued entitled I 1924.increase: over the same months of l

"Cuba and ..Nassau.." The hansom cover is/iij!
: +
t ,y::; ; four colors aijd,shows the P. & Steamer Cuba i Some people think American youth is headed ECSTIS-April-7 to 10 Inclusive t t .S

'= 'r;: (entering: Havana Harbor, with historic MorroCastle" toward deterioration. The noted preacher, Rev has been fixed as the dates for the

.''. -!.!.'- < : illustrated by means of'excellent! half ton 11 not share that idea. Returning from a recent I Horticultural Society; Th- 'meeting S

"" it 4.. cuts showing the steamers which compose 'the I visit to Harvard university told WI' congregation originally was scheduled for April 14 :
.,i1t1cdcrn and palatial fleet of the Company, as well that he was ruoraenthusiastic} than ever to 17. but was changed recently by
.,' as views'of the Oversea Railroad and attractive over "this Splendid bewildered,' adventurous I.the executive committee.: It is planted -
f-: scenes pf the three Florida -,Port, Key ,West, hopeful generation, by the Eostls Women's club to
.' i Tampa and Miami.Many views in Cuba and Nassau i put on an attractive flower show In
'The more: thoughtful young: folks are.dissatisfied -
t- i connection with the
.". ; l are shown which display the.scenic beauty with the world as it' has been, and havea which: It Is expected by officials convention will
E- of these tropical islands;in a most:striking man willingness to take some chance id the effort for attract eve hundred or more dele-
:: ner. The booklet makes a s rong ppeal l iojjarth-= better things.: Whether they are' any more unselfish -'I Kates.JACKSONVILLE. '

.'. ."' :-i- .cra ,tourijts: to( plan >theirjourne: .to Cuba, than the.former generation.remains to;be t

.,>. .Nassau and the West Indies via the Florida P oMs. proved....But at least,.they-will; not, cling to the 'I -L. R. Reynolds

.'. : : .These booklets are for free distribution those old ruts, if theysee an opportunity to escape. into. state secretary of the Young Men's
': i.." interested in travel through;<,Florida, 'Caba'arJ pmootber going' \ / Christian Association announcesthat t

'$3 ;. '._ Nassau and can bcyjbd for the:'asking1 t'i't! Their older mnda may lie J :disturbed at times the. first annual state Hi-T congress :
.. --," ..: |Iced office of the wnpany fa- the Hfllsboi i- because this ppmt;adventure, leads'thein to W be held at the Universityof I

,'-.,: .:;.: Hotel Building;"'Tanql '.or," from local ;ticket take;7chanc6s,.' :They may, jfive !up "steady job the Florida on February 27 and 28, at .
special Invitation -
;-:- k:> :;.- ";JS;fni of The 'Atlantic; ||"Line.Jwad... pad'strike' \into seme'rlew; opening, where A. Murparee., of the university.of President A-. {- ,55.S5! v

tZa, /S// ,:..:; :y .. .YT:. "We are glad to. haC'j :SSt fieoj le1e of the older have plodded \ '
;'-. ;-y.. "'o oi5klet., .We mean tofgb'sl to. i f'= Koaein the accustomed rat1UW2U:;,; -- -- SAINT PETERSBURG-The girls' i t
'".':- .... J.'i :aysj and \ye have 'eon no lit .% They do not seem to fur defeat.as the older basket ball team of the local senior \ r-1 1

,3 : : '..' .. lite JsLinii so easily i fbr; 4tiy as ?Cuba'AM .people did, ,They re willing? to be knocked downa high school will claim the tate

: ," :;; ;.z ,:.jtesau', ''pro'esJ4 be.' I few times;ratbpr than to,miss what seems' to championship' aa a result of Ita victory
,them to be real ever the HilUborongn high
opportunities. They look at the} :
1i} :5 .DETOURS( worfd a* a kind.of same in which they must take I!tean ed by last C. M.Friday might, it is announc-
\ j the coach. The
tfe&r 5
rn at spine poor hands, but they have eon-?
"- -The :new' '.governor< of Florida has read the. .ffdenee. that eventuaHy they will come out ahead.t| score victory of was-43 to'won 4. 1>y the decisive

''':'*1' '].Tot act to the lti wanDatof, that'8tatef 'H this'spirit is accompaajed'with a desire to ----- 11'N

< "":;......: ... and b Informed' them' that' "*wbjn 'be ofjirvice; to.'the'worM, and does not coriceniate''S'search -, MIAMI Freeholders of Miami
J'o.. 1..1'
.,...,-..f':. ,' .a ...,.ouronauv.UI., the. : state t-b-B' : :for' "'money :and power it :ought have approved bond lasses aggregating
:' the detour.In' good;off. to.beu&ef. ut. ;;The!alder people have no: doubt jtl.500.WO to proid funds 'tor

rP.. ,'Yu to it. ,We'1 hope'sttne I 1 bfea loo fearful 'PVCbaiiBC. too tuctnt. ,|o:run g gr4eks completing the water system, increasing {i
..-,_ ', ;t,,; "- iern will"'follow'r' geSre--: '-...T -e '9..f f ,defeat,so that they. ofteri missed oppor-l't' Vloci facilities and similar" +,
':: ::' e".gfwi; .whlk'.a. raid f. tunkies of enkrgemwit. Oae developments. It is announced here.
...;_,.,1t-. .,: \es fIIt'-' t can'thelp .Bing /An Item of
-""';' 'ire fiat '_""L-ttot-1, I3atIn..someati&i that a let of tiba e young people'are going to do $400,00 for development
of the
I"-'::. ::t .& y:are" 'd4l- oiler' Tifioa.. ,.,EGL-{ Ga-. MI'Y big:;tin f a-with their earaaetfiesa' and Jack"of :among the bay; list front of park projects: Is the and largest Ir-.o-:
--i-. <. -J fear, -Ke MW 't Gt4iaen. .
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D FOR TRAP past. Trophies will be awarded the I Derby Winner Will Los Angeles on January 24th. They timates that the strength of organ !
. SHOT state single target champion, doubles are evidently enjoying every mile of I ized Socialists: throughout the world !
..ek.tr., .: champion. all round championand Annex Big Purse their trip. in 1924 was 7,000,000. England heads !, -

. .. I s IS distance handicap winner the the list with 3,151.000 members of the ARCADE4FEB61 7
ck, i I f STANDARDIZED[ most consistent shooter whose average LOUISVILLE Ky. Feb. 4. A SOCIALISTS TOTAL MILLIONS Labor party. Germany comes second :::
is under 90 per cent and the wo record number of nominations for the RERUN, Feb. 4.The- Berlin social I with 860,000 and Austria third with
1 'I man's championship A five man fifty-first renewal of the Kentucky democratic organ. Vorwarts. es- 566,100. .:G .

. '. ; !Oi end :January 1. 1928. the state team race will replace the zone Derby is expected by turf writers TWICE DAILY AT 3:00: AND 8:15 P. M.
\ toad for team at the grand American. The who taking into account the Urge
'>el.1al'" 1111sD' s sTwm1 Dot exceed shooting day tar- I winning team will get $500. There number of high-class: eligible wintering WITH SUPERB ORCHESTRA OF 20
one aDd
x'gha el&h ounce) ot shot ODe will be two other prizes. at Louisville tracks and elsewhere
(. sit RM bade This decision i It was agreed predict the 152 nomination .lAOOLTH 2UKOR
Iq: at the present to guarantee the NORTH AND EAST u4
dlei tie J\mateur Trapshooting meeting of w'nner: of the grand American handicap of last year will be exceeded when JESSE r LLASKY T 11; CECIL BPv
+ Asaoclatfoa ...
true u
' f .3 U Dayton. Thla; dectslon will I in 1923: the sum of $1000: the second the entries close Feb. SLThe DeWILLE'SMIGHTY
slake a big difference In man. $500: third. $100; fourth race for three-year-olds ata' ruuuncSPECTACLE
= trapshoot-
't art rear +;tRVt& It1g-'It: .Rould make thousaDds-of ad-I, $300. The entrance fee In this event mile and a quarter will be run at I ,THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE announces that 1'eN'
: Churchill
will Downs Saturday May IS.
4l.lUoJl&( $20. and the
tyapahots tor as event Is a
lid many Persons effective February 3rd 1925 its 7 daily
"Jao do 1,not, shoot i gamble there should be a lot of contestants the seventh day of the spring meet. passenger
now because
! OG.a WJbl' they The with $50.000 added by trains between the north and south will be
are of the OplDloD that the It Is a fine prise to win. purse operated -
<.t '\ +44Itlo too he&T7., Thi,, loads are! The grand American will be held In the Kentucky Jockey Club, may be
': if01 iiat load will break over the direct double track main-line following
JlIBt asi I many tarcete-as haa I Dayton either the last week in Au- the largest In the history of the half COMM 1D'MENTS6TCRY
t1. been diversion because of flood conditions
century old classic. Last 19 of temporary
. .tOTea by capable target gust or the first week in September.AWIMAL year
>r 44ilea. shooters-
. &ad does the 152 nominees accepted the Issue, in Georgia.
't. Dot hue the recoil of the : I
aearler loads. making the purse $52,775 for the winner -

I,d.be. ,'0ytte4' \\ror several years Black Gold. The year previous Complete Information From '
number of LOVERS MOVE
thpihooters. when Zer. the Ran cocas Stable's colt I .
mainly 41,
I among the
Y profeUlonala -- ; \
t have won 20 started firing the race a net ft' _':
itrta. a light been trying to popu- value of $53,800. The starting tee, N. B. Parker Phone 512 TEANIL A
trap load, but they TO ABOLISH TRAPS MA.'F bSAg ==
1 41" make much headway until $500, Is added to the $60,000 purse. / I .

w of .. age B. Mcfrty. who Just retired
'1..1).. as Preslden\s the PROBABLY HAWAII All star cast includes Theodore Roberts. Nita Nald!. Rod Laroqae.
1 1tli ., took It up trapshooting last spring. Mc-aa.apclaUon. By n. Associated mss) Atlantic Coast LineThe I Estelle Taylor Richard Dix. Leatrice Joy. and many others
Carty shot at more than WASHINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Martinare Seats on Sale Now at Arcade-Mail: Orders Accepted
loooo tar- Feb. 4.-A three-
In Hawaii by this time. I
.eU In 192< and used the light 'load year campaign! before state legislatures 'Information probably received Indicates that Standard Railroad of the South. Prices.: Matinees* &e (O* Tax), '*< sad 1100.. Plus Tax.
be t, aU ...'.0J&. When he became con- with the backing of prominent completed their visit to Cuba. III : lzhts,,, jSf. JLOO. $L O. pin Tax.
"rynne. T.rfcced that It was the humanitarians they AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
right thing. and humane workers, crossed the gulf and made the trip II YOUR SEATS NOW
list It would. Increase Is about to be launched
interest In for the suppression through Panama Canal arriving at I t
'1' trapshooting., McCarty Immediately of the steel trap and other
eetlnr! got the association behind the Idea nonkllling devices tor capture of
rot'at1Atv with the result as fur-bearing animals
noted above.
t '..
,! < *Deferring its adoption for one ale The American Humane Association

n'leis et.'vii{ lows the manufacturers to prepare heads the list of organizations sup ", .
r elect '
r for tipchange In shells and for the porting the movement and Mrs. Minnie ..
a paid- ,: dealers to get rid of their trapshootIff Madden Flske heads the list of '. t
.' ,, .._... t'
: .
loads '
! ', fit:* Y they ,, have in stock. Individual workers who will lend .. "
The chances that their Commander EdwardBreck ,;
are the new load support. '
\ :< i
will be on the market this year, even of the naval reserves, a his 'j ". .
ae tit .', though it- Is not official as yet and torian and woodsman will direct the -. ; \
D will'teoa'i' will be> used by many shooters campaign announcement of which ,
! ") There.wqi. however, be thousands of recently was made before the humane tiI' '- 7 I Io'

.: shooters who will continue using the Education Society of Washington .. !
now standard heavier load until the ., ; :

.. last ninite.Thia Outlining the work. Commander ]:
pw. *' was only one ot many things Breck told the society that while
rear ia I ;
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J1Hb. the most important was the selection I taken yearly in steel traps and suffered -

J-,"it of officers. U, R. Brooks of Colnm- dna and sometimes weeks of JL ,...

-00ae.. bja South Carolina., was chosen president agony, not 10 percent of those taken ts' a .J I ,
o wage, : Sam Foster of Mason City. were required to furnish furs for the a .
>XI:' la, first vice president; O. N Ford actual needs of human beings in ;
Portland Ore, second vice president: cold weather. The history of the ...". .
RaT Uiddangh. Mitchell. S. D, third fur trade In America he said testified '1, ; .
tic president and secretary; George that the erase for summer furs increased ,' ..0i ,
et.eetrlc 8. McCarty.' Newfield, N. J, fourth the killing fourfold. Public : ( -
Tie president and treasurer conscience when aroused, the speaker to : :
,-The lone shoots and state tonrna- declared would demand the abolition em- ..kn. :

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oUsTIsT1Tt vinced< thaf$ agrtcultaral, lands in1: oeenr bought lock stock and barrel I TABD,PARKED I\ 'III& CE5TREvrrni FREIGHT FOR
: :certain I J75.009 would not mote him. An- Feb. 4. -Tba building and KOTIL FILMS.E&TXSU5HEDI87S.' 1:6.dtet
DKE I had an agricultural value of. .
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other man $500 per acre. I reached this cone)n-t j six: acres and this year-the storm !bare; been sold to a syndicate which I!
: sion because I was like 'Caflius'Ram I year-promises to make a good profit. will erect modem reinforcement con- i Steamer EvergladesLeaves
1 ... Otcm ." had a Lear of my own and Thi![! third'mah'hbtwlthstanding'havlny( erete offi buildings off the 1ft it.1sfton'tiY"I' '
dfdn't let eomboJy:else do my thinking .1 st'$10>i ; OO'1n the'storm, told'me-hew \ t1) wilt recall that: the Tampa Tuesday and Thursday
iI A 1 My () lnlonf was based on 40 a now: 12,000 ahead in the game entrance to this club was through : Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday !

Iowan 3Iarrtl .t Salnral Beauty of years of experience with and observation and about half through gathering. one of the three. remaining gates of Leaves Fort Myers Friday for EvergladesUSE
11 htrrroc-edlng cf Florida lands .and 'l-am -of HU net profits bid fair to be $12,000to he Yedo period, said. to bf one of the )j F
I Territory the'same opinion stm-now' I wantto $15,000 for this season, finest types extant of the architecture 8h TRANSPORTATION e
U .. ], ,convince those whoh v ,, been t J. P. DAVIS. of that time. The gate is to be i :THIS CHEAP WATER ;

: |I had Jnlende* to.go to California misinformed, that I am very near i >reserved.HOMRCHISTi.. e i
," Angnct.L.Bl1s stated to a Press right In my estimation of land values I Florida Railroad & Navigation Corporation
reporter this afternoon, "bntlw C. I will admit that'trqck farming in A mm OAY .. TKI EXPERIMENT c
Cqolidge.and Another friend In- Miamiincited Lee county has not been a raving sac : Foot of Ireland's Dock i

that I come to Soutth Florid cess and there are very good and (Bj Tkr'AM< wheWjOpporttmHlet are greater substantial reasons why such is the & : Feb 4<-A baker at the I 9 4t
and I.tAt glad thai I listened toihm case. The first and principal reason ; head of the largest city of a state {
Sunday via
aid.Came_"' 1s that the land?is not. drained and I ported'' to be overwhelmingly Bus Service to Everglades, Daily Except :
; Mr. Bft%; s" an rttst. .He" studied the land'ownet.wit not*drain it The narchical. this democratic re-I NYAura; ; Estero Bonita Springs Naples, Marco and Caxambas.
portraiture in Munich, Germany, as second reason Is the land Is allowed]r ':" DANGER SIGNAl[ Is presented by the elevation of
will as In other art centers. lie at to grow- upjln Bermuda and Thomp- !1'- erman 'Scharnagl to the office of I Leading 8:30 a. m.

s present, has a studio in Dee Moines son grass and makes the cost ot cul-: ,\I f Chronic coughs-and persistent colds lead mayor of the Bavarian capital. I BaOp (prgtedtealsptakdoettlapa I IIMSIST Subject to Change without Notice t. ;

lai where he ,is engaged In advert- tlvation-unnecessarily expensive.( The to tenons Inns; troub' You can stop )heat Munich. Scharnagl ia, a baker by FOLPTS} ,.. .....- .. -.. ._ -.
in| and sign,painting.Mr. third is too niany ot the farmers have now with Creomulton, en emctsifica creosote trade. i UPON .L".i tt' .' r.." tI Inc.:
Bilx.wtu remain*here for some reuned-seats on the benches In Fort ', 'that is! jJeasanl to tal Crcomulsion TAMIAM TRAIL TOURS : :
tlae and assist Mr. Colidge whom.he :Myers. There is not a thoroughly ', is'a taw medical discovery! with twofold acI --- -- -- .- --- .. ....- .. ,,"- ---;
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gotta Mlaln;.lo:visit, H& may decide aid very few farmers free from the ( inrtnbrencs aoJkiUs.t tho germ 1. ,ItltlllfIli111111IIlI11111111.IIlilllllHouses I { I!I I I)
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He Is pidasedtli fort Myers andy noxious!U 'grasses'referred farmer In to.Lee The fact' by the medical fraternity as the HAVANAii.OO and .
not a single county I greatest heaLu> .p Ital environment but wonders that fa farming" on land that is ia the ,, cJironic cough:; and colds and ntlief iornu .,. E'
,y onlY| palms and pines are shown In condition for I of throat and Icr troubles. CreoTcolsiOT
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ph.toe,"'..>en,-tt* country; abounds can -prove by cold facts and statisUcs,'I I' contains, in addition to creosote: other $ SPECIAL ROUND- TRIP EXCURSION FARE From Fort My | Aptnientie5
.:. with oat,jMjTijcypreBs. ,jind. *ten. the that there.Is.now being accomplished :Jx-atlaj tlotueaU w>uci' *ootii..zed jn iUiinflacrejfe e ers via.Palatial S. S. GOVERNOR COBB.'Sailing Tuesdays. and Sat- 7 ,
ruMJer;tre e -He: may getsome by the track farmers of Lee county,1 I nl>rne ami< .tfio irntation urdays from Port Tampa. Return limit ten days. =,
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i, sketches of different vegetation Including end infU-DmatKin! ithilo creosote goes
k the mangrove. a larger measure of success than I un io the stnmach, is absorbed into the $60.70 REGULAR ROUND TRW;>ARE* FROM TAMPA. Return lim- I this week .
those in any other occupation now I Mood, atticLs: the teat of the trouble tad it ninety days. via S. S. CUBA or'GOVERNOR COBB. Sailings from Offerings _
being conducted in the county Statistics destroys the germs: that lead to consuznp- Port Tampa 2 P. M. Sundays Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays.
PUBLIC FORUMFACTS show as I remember it. that t oa. Enjoy this Delightful! Sea Trip*,,:Visit Gay Havana and the won 7'room house two baths large corner lot close in. S"z

three per cent of men as you meet i Creoffiu&oa it at anaiced factory in derful Island of Cuba. .. -r, E 5 rocm Bungalow fine fruit and ,shrubbery,.house practically :., S
them on the street are making a success the treatment of chronic coarh and col.Is H,
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& orulOS bronchial asthma, catarrhal Lronctiitis sad For Information descriptive tickets and reservations call 'new
in business. In the lona section other firms of throat and lung diseases,and on any A. C. L. R.'R. Ticket Agent or:J. G. Kirkland D. P. A.. Hllls- = 5 room Bungalow new, modern finished 10 minutes walk 3 j
there are 28 farmers at present. boro Hotel Phone 3233: I.'S. Scott. T. P. A. Care A. C. I*. '
Editor Press: is exccllect for building up the system after : i: just off Boulevard. Good terms. c
There are thousands of the How many more are making a success rol.fc rr two flu. :Mcacy refunded if say Ticket Office. Tampa. raM Edisons at .bar Ei:
modern home a
of the game I am unable to say. I cough! or ruld. no matter of how long stand G room Bungalow, near
very best citizens of this country believe I could safely say a halt ins, 11 not relieved after :' ins acotrding i gain. !'

Myers'who 'would and engage like to In agricultural come to Fort pur three dozen-but instances to be as sure conspicuous I will cite In to- .,.!ire.,,-c.tion.',1.Arl..-jour'--:,. sirftit.{-A.... > Creo. P. & O. Steamship!}! CompanyFISHERMEN'S East Fort Myers facing Lee County a dandy Bungalow, L S.?

c suits. They come to Fort Myers and .J Extra!large lot. =t '
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the truth give this as their honest P. JOHN HART REALTY COMPANY 1 5
opinion and aa there are no liars Inn \ LODGE = Wi E.; :FUTRAL, "REALTOR1In
k. Lee : they of hear ,1-
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Acreage tracts, from 20 to 100 acres a specialty. Three miles S. Patio de Leon
nothing to counteract the statement.. E. of city. Easy terms splendid Investment' 1 j|:; Captiva Island, Lee County, Florida f fis :
Myer ;
Another remarkable thing Is unless t :,10," ,.Fort $, Florida ...:;
the land owners expect to have a city I : Situated in the midst of America's most famous fishing | 'M xt
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..""-. ." of two million millionaires how they line. Mpdern 5 room house with own water system. Can make 10 to grounds Captlva Red Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. =_ -"' .._, ,_. 1
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;' expect to fifty acres 14 lots out of said tract. Splendid investment. I(I-
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inutile with' the firm conviction that 24SO acre tract,.3 to5 miles S.,E. of City 1 1-2 'miles S. of Lee I i I suite: with prIvate baths. ,"t.' E "
there.is no money (in farming in Lee County Boulevard. -. ., 4t- ,
," county,' Florida. Unless these large < Good Guides, motor and rowboats S f

land owners'are firmly convinced that 66 acre tract on CapUva Island. .f f availabde .:Npderate rates :
Fort,Myers will soon be a second fO: 'R' SJaE) ;
New York, populated exclusively with Zoo, acres In lena section near big development. j. ;

'<.. the Millionaire class there are certainly t ':60rtS.lon4, section solid body; fine tract j G. A. \Vfi SrnR, Manager gE '
great believers In the P. T. E %
Barnum theory Now get down to the: 27,000asre. *'.Hendry.conaty, neal bargain. ,' i'I s '. Send fer IirVstrated FolderP. =

point The writer investigated thisP1LM < : 0, andTelegraph, 144ms Fort Myers, Florida Three completely furnished houses with
20:000( acres Os'ceola> county near KUslmmee, S miles lake Front. :: ..., ,, ::= ; = .
A Fiae proposition, Very.reasonable.Chrfoastother improvements.
LEE PARK FTEXISHES it111111tIIIIIIIIFIIIIIIjIIIUlltIHH1iIlintItfftillllllllll I I !I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I! I I I I I ilillfiIHll)111111111111111111111111111 I I )' 'I l
a GOR BOrLETlBD THROUGH JEFFEBSOS large, tracts throughout st te. ,
AVENUE: TO TAMI1MITBAH tY'tCOME' Lots in Sunset Vista for $275; $35 first

15D BACK TO THE CITY. For honest and t'eJ1able"'tntOTmation see P Johu'lIar4, 20 years payment
i-se-cte. practical experience as. tax assessor and .collector. for Lee County TO
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IONA II y I AndJEnjoy$ I Don't forget Piedmont Gardens where

Shawcross & Garmon Five room house on Lafayette St. $,500.0o-easy six houses week started.
about a are being ,
,0 terms"and"a bargain. A Delightful Hote 11Soft; Water in the I
s Pythian nundl K '1' I i A: few lots left at $400,.$500 and$600* ,?knall5)
One acre, in Unity: Heights at, a sacrifices Good Bath.Steam Heat
.t '- terms. ""- ., ;.j ../ i first payment. .
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Gets This Bargain 3-: kitchen a bargain $8,000.00 Terms. Surf Bathing;Excellent Golf Seminoie Realty: C'I
S One lot in Central! Heights-$1.000. Terms. : .
Music and'Dancing' Daily .
Five rooms and bath electrlo Beautiful new home in-East.Fort Myers just finS : .v*. .
I lights; nicely located in East Fort ished plastered-a buy. at $2.500 terms. Large lots. Wonderful Fishing and Shooting
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:,' TO BSB IT IS TO BUY IT. acreage 'ads'which"wil1 make you money ask us about w

". > .LOTS GO WITH IT 5 them ,' x THE NAPLES HOTELP. j i Bldg. First SfareetWIfeh

Garage chicken house. Act QuickPrice < ,

14,509. completely and nicely -, .- ;> p.:!ehatt_ :Manager :!if....... .; .,. Hri. :'
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I i Ri\: A. Henderson & Son?,_ _Proprietors' | Land suitable f or subdivision or investment *. | ::;i be; sure of- its purity ;

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orb saving<}< in your.gr0ceryaccou.-t; :. |_ ,We have clientS'waiting who will, :.buy | L r 1 You war' find' our'Q t'Q [un'j .;. .,'P --d

';f Buy at the :Big- Cash Store, pay cash | _a from 10 acres:; tb 50,000 acre tracts. ; I. -j i; usually') clean" "Xron f 5i -, = { i

J "a.it: the of. truck delivery. | x 4 E i sediment! and imp Uijles .._ ;-'
."ve expense 1
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': : are sure that you s many a1iticle rwHetfyoU'tradqmth. us, pay | 14 : Bier:weight? noiiest, ? arnlserviceprompt 'i ; .
,'. will save both your val- cash and camhomtt' itourgroceries then I = .. .7 ,.
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reasonable prices; s "XqlrS | 1iJtet; | best goods for the | = 54 Jackson* near Bay _." :'- C :s:; ...-.tlie.y. 1r : j-: *' %'-f 1.ttVii* -4 -je t It ::

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also the name and( Address or Bumber.Pt here for a visit.K. Peekshill K. Y, who are spending the Primary peperuseat, 1 t.<* ,> DL ..-
type ilk. jhU. J cm a ward for each ay. its i Pa.1 I winter with their daughter Mrs.
8-pt type lIke thi 2 cents a word for each day. I T. Eason, of Miami; is Floyd S. Flowers left this morning I Jk"DR.

i-Ilt! type like this, 8 rents a herd for each day.10pt Fort Myers.J. to spend a week at Fisherman's II
.tJ+ _>elike'this, 4 cents a word for each day. I I Lodge, Captive; Ii I t W. H. GR.\eE' ,

' 1 10-pt type like this 5 cents a word for each day. Qrmond, of Daytona. is hereon Physician and Sargeoa
MINIMUM RATE .business. I I -0. W. Randolph a prominent II i Office 16-16 Earnhardt Bids.

No'avertisement. will be inserted for less than 2$ cents for first I .---- : : I machine! manufacturer of Toledo. House 147 Woodford Are.
, Insertion -Mr. ADd Mrs. SL oV: DeLong of O. and J. R. Bohen. lumberman of Telephone 82- Ode* 2 rings i

?. a.dyertlsements ALTERNATE DAYS Miami- 'are :here for. a' brief stag i the same: city are making their first I House 1 rings

I 1-2 cent ordered to run on alternate days will be charged I ; visit to Fort Myfrs. They are en- ,
1 cast per word word on other addItion sizes.:to the regular rate. on 6 poInt type and -M".. O. Morrin ,of D\venport. Ia.. thusiastic about the city and will remain -

EP.1fS U a new arrival In Fort Myers. for a month or more.Have .
s Cash to advance I Dr. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN 1'

hotke-No Card of Thanks "Resolutions" William 11.! Saxon of .Chicago is
Inserted for I less.writt.n i

't- than. $1.00.. For your own protection. bring advertising in correctly type. i: herd for a brief visit You a Bad Back 71 j French and. American Graduate

t This paper Is not responsible! for mistakes In advertisements -John W. Record of Chicago, is 54 years practice

telephoned In.I here pn business for a few days. Then lie! Adtire of Th?.. Fort JJJC'f"i 810 Anderson Aye.

1 Resident Wi1! Intfrest Tan :, I 7
r i -G, W. Bryant, of Captiva Is In t II I ,
{ FOR SALE WANTED I the city for a short stay Does yoijr back ache night and day:

Hinder work; destroy your rest? t tp.e,
For Sale h.Y A. L White MACRiCB AYRISRSJames
-Alrdale \
S to reaistratba Terrier wl.A puppies Amcra lUbe! WANTED-Six .rough carpenters -i .-J. J. Huff and party of Poor Are you tortured with stabbing C. I"\aDoer\ -

I I Ss.Si cst! Gar etc K"stS"Hrj: immediately. Report for Fork. Ky. are here for the winter.C. 'pains t B COC 'TY SNCIKBKUKQ; Oa
> Street -i.3tp When yon stocp lift or bend! 1- fhll sad Structural >aaiasara .

; Fer Sale-Rough lumber direct from work at Everglades. Florida .. E. Maggard. of Hazard. Ky.. Is Then likely your kidneys are weak. I f'onqulti'1:!g and Knginerre Strurtural Oft DealasebIlrklgse Wirt -:

; 1 the sawmill to Job anywhere In Railway & Navigation Co., spending few days in the city More troubles may soon appear. I Feet flyers, F'wioL

1 sad around Fort Myers. See ns before 128tf. Headaches, dizziness nervousness: A printer may tw the next king ;' .16.:ni r' At least Frederick T. O
yon buy Whitaker & Clifton. -E. E. Huston of Bennett's .I Or uric acid and Us ills. Wood of Cbtemga. IlL. has as ECM..J a ihar.i.- as an>one- Wood told .
A,to Exchange. l-7tfc. A-'TED-r..l- rood common labor. SwJt h. Jnd., is here for the season.E. Help your weakened kidneys with friend that b* could handle tin-. > '...try wfcct has tintoatitl a handful ,
i. Idea who are ambitious and want to a stimulant diuretic. t-f kings since the war. The fr. r.3 joahingly no.uin i ted Wood-but now t
For Sale-Restaurant doing splendidtuilneti. Klade work. Apply Collier ready county.l for Florida.work at W.Ever. Blackburn of New York City, Use Doan's Pills. tie agent diplomatique has written injt he U i.-itc.-eated. The old saying.un f W. H. Clawson \
tH. lies the bead," etc.. bolds n Only reason for Isoyner'a Brown. 2<' brief Read this Fort Myers aay
selling testimony
Is here for a stayA. : : laid uneasy alt r > 4.i -. :*-. .-. Residence Builder 1
desire to leave the city. A Wanted-fumUhed apartment by young J. W. Cannon prop. bakery 1031:: :. !
snap Box 102. care Press. l-6tto. couple. Year around re.ident.V": Dahlgren. of Lansing Mich. Is Cleveland Ave., 13)'sI: had lame 215 Park Ave.luimiimniiiminiimiimmiiiiiiiiHiHiii.
car Preaa. i
Home Makers Head Tells
2.4StRA lure! for a few days. back and when I moved a catch took
FpR SALE-One lot S0x276. and one FIRST CLASS bricklayer wants me in the small pf it The l.idney I. ,

lot (0x120 with .bungalow. Price work. Day or contract. Roy _D. E. Beats, of )Milwaukee Wis., secretions passed too often and were How To Make. New Soup I '
Terms. Apply 142 Jackson Hartwlck 135 Tournament, street Is a new ,arrival in Fort: Myers. I scanty and highly colored. I used
street. l-23tfc Ir29-6tp Doan's Pills from the Royal Palm V spite of her strenuoo..* duties Build With rick"t I

PAW-LEE: PARK HAS HARD SUR.' -John R. Calloway, of Washington pharmacy and they quickly relieved / as Service Editor: and W rector t
WANTED Professional book _revl..werwanta D. C.: Is here this week. the' backache and put kidneys in of the Home Makers' Bureau ;
FACED STKEETS,' tTfE.t'OOT to review book for cI. 1 rive my 1 J. C. McDonald |
of rcopla9 Home Journal and in e
laaonable. WUi go out of town. Box 107I god shape. ..
SIDEWALKS!;, WATER ANDX1CJITS I rear Office. 12-lt tf. spite the old adage that the r Y4.
l-$6-Cit r-Johanna G. Wagner of Chicago 'rIce Cite, ;at all dealers. Don't shoemaker's ft daughter goes unshod, H General Bktlajer EH ,

WANTED-Man with long experience has! arrived to'r the season. simply ak for a kidney remedy; -pet: i Miss Katharine ClajrbiTger miracu'.ously and = :
For 8al&-Tt'D 1 acres fond farm land, not wants grove or private hometo Doan's Pills: -the mmthat Mr. i enough manages to find 2 Contractor E
cleared. A bargain if taken now. Box
**R" care of Fort Myers Iress a-4-2tp. care for.. Beet of references. Box -p, E. Brannen, of Savannah Ga. Cannon had. F,ie o--Y-ii: : j! tin Co., time to make many interestingdishes
; 111 care Press. l-28-12tp U here attending to business. :Mfrs., Buifalo./ V i at t.ome-as well as to give = Brick and Tile Bungalows E
FOR S A LJ>> Kitchen E
oven. Hot water connection nttge call 126 --- --. extensive advice: to her readers on I a Specialty
WANTED-To rent or lease for year home making from -
'Woodtord a-4-4to every phase
.avenue. -Jams* A. McMahon of Miami, is I = Why not build ab tantlaUyT fI
furnished unfurnished to preparing
or ejecting: draperies
-5 FOR SALE-Beautiful residence Must have modern hOme'j, here on business today. I PARK IS delicacies for the table. C Box 937-Fort tilersiiiii111titflitniitiniintpiliiillillflilinl i
close-in! combined with Income In 1Is said that one reason the
be In desirable neighborhood In answering y
one of the best sections North Side state location, number of -1Ir, and Mrs. Charles Shields of 1 French Pare such perfect digest-\ : {! { I I I I I
only a few minutes walk from the Genoa. Nebraska left this morningto ::: NEYI SUBDivISION : teas 1.pU.. of their elaborate
rooms and 'rental. Best referencesand felt)* : .n anIs ,....* their lot ch_na and
Vlnoy hotel now, under construction. spend a days at Sanibel.Mr
Bond. Addressbox I
ample Fidelity etnuer-J' ltartahly t ealn with a hO
House has very large rooms, high 205 care Pres.tfc.. . ceilings. AU ceilings and side walls. and )Mrs J. Yarn Mrs. W. I Down McGregor\ : Boulevard, oaWymohatchee _. w-.-:.." h -f CT-J crater di- ,
painted. Three car garage. Few LOST : U. Cameron and son. Bill, of Braden- (reek, Ilendry Bros., : _tivat.I.I in wrilirwor soup' a e Ceatrartorn and Banders1JW
beautiful large oak trees on rear pi ton; were here today. are opening up a l high-class development aecause tI./ irotdiMtft gelatine Euclid Are. I

Jot. House and garage are all in LOST-Near whiskey creek, female Rip which they are going to name hick increacee tfc> digestibility of Fort Mjers, Florida
first-class condition.; Price $JO,0 lyod with which it is combined.
"SPOrt". Liberal reward. J. P. Malv liar recipe lot as Glows:
Will consider free and clear lots value arrey. !-.-4tp. ton IlL. is a new arrival in 'the City acres .In this subdivision and it lies iljjro->o> Rrp*ti c. \

op tp 110,000 balance In cash or part LoBtWUl party who picked up storage of Palms.W. 620 feet on McGregor Boulevard and 8 t4Uesf'fI""lt..ls GUfttiva .

w cash or't.rms.toault. Address Own h tter.. en Pirrt street, TM i lay mora borders op this beautiful creek. 1 Cup! co.. aster
er. E. 146, tli ATS;North. s .;PeteiV may lug notify call for-Hot-same.: 55, City, ao that Z4ltp.Clevvland owner. J B. Canon and family, of Each lot has an Individual well 1 cup I-.;alll-. ).-:.+. broken In 3 pi'a"? Hotel Accomodations

burg Fla. l-29-6tp Needles Calif., are' new arrivals In and there will be sewers sui faced nieces'
WST--On Avenue, Just out Fort Myers 1 C..':n, thinly sliced
I streets sidewalks and all modern im AtBOKEELIA
side city limit, new tire with rim ,
1 atilt CeleryI
h FOR SALE-Look, real bargain five- Finder please return to office of Fort pravements. "The work'of grading Chicken Stock, fI .ss .,ae..e
4 room house. 100 feet front.l3Q feet'lteep -Preaa or to 1)9 Tournament.s3.2te. -- -Mr. and Mrs. Merrel Chaffee., of the streets and sidewalks has begun. .1 j cups t-A: "poonfuI Salt HOTEL

on two streets East Fort Myers.I TSTRAYER Binghampton, N. Y., have arrived to I The cost fOf improvements pu this Few irrains Pepper boiling point and let boil ten min. !
House has 6 rooms celled and paper- Station.OR STOUEN Monday-from night CentralFilling white spend the winter in the City of Palms. I development'will be more than $15- L Clovea utes. Add soaked Gelatine and Fine FUbin*. Rate Very Heaaeaal4s.
e<\;. bath; ''Tight; sewerage. ApplyMr setter floeAnv information will be 000.00 and Gas Ilendry informed the Soak Golatire in cold water fiverrtaetvs i strain. Serve: in bouillon cups hsi
;. Powell, Auto -Supply Store appreciated, Notify ; Chief of l-ollc*, -Kent Prichard and Frank C.NealUs. place remaining ingredtnc.a : uith a spoonful of whippet tr *.i Apply QJettei') per partteatq{.
Press today that it their '
( is intention .
,! 22StcIW l-4-2tp.. of Ashland. Ky. have arrived :ts a"etenn- =- -- -- Detests Hotel, Bafa* a, Fla.Humphries .
i .
1 .z. J r lJ to make this one of the finest

it r FOR SALE-1 sawmai, complete, FOUNDFOUNDOn in the City of Palms for a visit. I developments in or near Fort Myers.. i serrations of the solar .eclipse on

Room has been alloted for a pub- [January 24.I .
cheap or parts. Al o wwmtll 'I -W. P. Haynes. Jr.. and J. P. RECENT[ ARRIVALS([
lic park for the lot and their
In operation. Plenty timber. J. L. owners .r
; ( road to Crescent Beach Haynes, of Knoxville Tenn. are new b bI >
<_ CllXpn( Auto Exchange l212tc bunch of key. Owner may have arrivals In the city.E. I families and the lots are of generous t '

: FOR SALEr 2 S-room new .bungalows same by calling at Press Office and size. AT ROYAL PALM Homl!I I Snakes of the non-poisonous varieties Transfer ,

-. on 50x150 lots. 1 3-4 miles paying for this .ad. l-17tf Terry of Memphis has ar-I are a popular form of pet among DRAY AND STORAGE ..gEBYfCE
.s nost.pfflca. Same ) rived in Fort Myers. for a stay of Indefinite The American Federation of Labor [! English society women. One woman Our Slogan" I
Jrojn .500. bar
: rUJ.LEE PARK '" has entered Its 40th
: upon year. hundred of these PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
lengthMr Recent arrivals at the Royal Palm I has more than one .
: gain. J, 14; Clifton; 'Auto .Exchange, GOLF CLUB. DRIVE OUT AXD -
R hotel are: Norman C. Brown and W. reptiles. SERVICECor.
lPf& 1-89-mc
:, L- $ PALX.LEE, : r\RX.J.OI\I':" 1.266tcMISCELLANEOUS and Mrs. R. Hoeberle and WANTEDTwo Walter Vaughn of Washington. D. Mrs. Coolidge wife ota\ the Presl- :2nd! St and Evans Ave,

:Far Sale-One four room house well son, of Irvington N. J. are here for C.; Dorothy K. Wright and Mr. and dnet is an expert operator on the Telephone 122 I
located for business two blocks the season. salesmen of good appear- Mrs. Williams of Ithica, N. Y.; Mr. : typewriter having acquired the accomplishment FORT MYERS. FLORIDAG.

I '! |prom business center of Fort Myers. \ I ance, capable and energetic. Ap- and Mrs. S. hay of Toronto. Can.: : in her school teaching ;1

-1 1 600.00 cash Address Bargain care : -Mr. and Mrs. F. Fat ler, Jr, of ply I. L. Glllia of Naples; Dr. F. L. Pick- i days.

]Press, Office l-30tfc, Newark, N. J. are here for the winter IIART-IIASBROCCK REALTY off, of Chicago; J. F. Miller and B.
Primary pupils taught privately. rhone A. LONGBRAKE M,
COMPANYJackson ,
:37* or see Mrs J. Allison Brown. Sll Thaw, of Birmingham; C.Y.. Pid-
,,' :'FOR SALE-Alrdale Puppies Two Anderson avenue 2-4-Ctc. II Street cock. Mrs. Resale Pideock and JamesR. Widow Cries for JoyI Temporary office
months old. A safe playmate for D.I
8KK: : THE PYTHIAN SIHTERt& PLAT -R. N. Polen. of Rochester N. Y. Corbitt, of Moultrie, Ga.; HarryP. at residence 897 2nd. St.
child. The one master.dog. Address I couldn't eat anything but raw ,
has arrived in .
Fort Myers for a brief( Fisher, of Cleveland 0.; William
\ Puppy care of.Press* \- ,O-trc.: HOME, "..LEJT.I.t.lte.. sojourn ; Special AttentionThis N. Halrgrove.of Jacksonville Ill., :' eggs and sweet milk and was so weak Hours: 11-12-2-1
walk the room.
I could hardly across
JO ACRES of the finest 'improved J land NAPLES LOTS-A few lots unsold In barl>f'l'hop PaT special attention and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Darrow, today r
: I would have been in my grave
i \V la this section small house.-It will Naples wtll sell for cash terms or -John W. Hendry. of the firm of to Stylish Women Hair and Cuts Children of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jones, if I hadn't taken Mayr's Wonderful

Ijry 'pay yon to Investigate this. Price for will exchange for Income property In Hendry Bros. real' estate. Is In Saint The New Barber ShopBefore Miss Agnes C. Jones and L. F. Alns- .i Remedy when I did. When I think

,quick sale, 4,250.00.. Reasonable ;i Fort Myers. John F. Bartleson at Petersburg! on, business for his firm. A.d",s a (....... Prset.Cut worth. of Minneapolis buns how 1 have suffered with my stomach William J. Wood T
: Fort Myers Wholesale Grocery Company keel Mre.tE
terms and how good I feel now I cry
12-22 tfc -Mr. and Mrs, L.: E. Worn, ofBradenton All Ccngo women and girls save I
i. 20 acres of fine land near pamviile, I for Joy." It Is a simple, harmless Attorney .at-Law I
I have moved to Fort My- a few whose parents have embraced
fesn be had for 11,404.00 If taken at preparation that removes the catarrhal -
,tace-/ ; I I BOULEVARD AND THE TAMI1MI ers and Mr; Worn has accepted a position Christianity are really slaves says I' mucus from the intestinal tract Realty BiUdlng first Bad Des '
tanprovements, with Hill &: Company.E. a woman missionary Just returned
6-room house ,all TRAIL BY AST EIGHTT.FOOT BOU and allays the inflammation which ."_ -
iew yards from McGregor Boulevard I LITAED IX THE CENTRE WITH from that country. causes practically all stomach liver ;, .,
bargain at the price we.have. G. Mathews'of the firm ofCavailt .
absolutely a ROYAL PALMS. l26lc and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis.
g' '. : Let us go into details on this Mathews & Lester has returned Miss Antonio C. Maury of Harvard One dose will convince

.with you. .110.000,000 Company wants man to from a three-weeks'' trip to College Conservatory is one of the or money refunded. Hunter's DrugStore
STUBBS-BOYD REALTY CO. sell Watkins Herae Necessities |In points north. noted astronomers who will take ob- and druggists everywbere.Grove .w
% I -I
133 Lee St. opposite Franklin Arms Fort Myer More than 150 used ---

Hotel. 2:3-3t: dally Income 3M50 weekly Experience Miss Hawthorn Lila C. Fraser. who has beenat I GRADY FITS GLASSES
at the bedside of her
Write Dept
unnecessary. Patio 4e Lees
i ;FOR BY OWNER-5 acres or father
; SALE HThe<< J. R. Watkins Company for three weeks has returned
:' 30 lots 3-8 of mile' from depot In (2-79. W. Iowa Ave. Memphis Tenn. to Fort Myers and Is as yet. undecided .

'I the little city of Immokalee. 41 feet -3-S1p as to. what she. will engage In. ROYAL PALM PARK a
above tea level. New five-room Bordering the Caloosahatcr: 1
: ilioase.' Some bargain. fl.SOO. i. L.CHfton. BRING YOUR Insurance problems to .Thomas Evans has Joined the Propert River. All Water front privilege*

> Fort Myers. Fla. l-Sl-12tc Mr Leath. Hendry Realty Ca sales force of Cavalli. Mathews it reserved for lot owners. :. t

;FOR SALE-Green Acres barred 1'1'A8 Lester and will devote his time exclusively See P. ED. TATEN .- !l

,> "rocks, setting eggs and baby BOAT FOR CHARTER-Daily or of which to selling this San Carlos has property the For Sale Royal Palm Park Fort Myers

:;chicks- Order Dewr.'for December weekly. Cabin cruiser at Crescent company I ... ,I
exclusive 'sale in
'layers. Mrs. H- U.pobb, Box 20t Beach .Bridge, King: Gomez. lS'tW01lE.'l county; ,fort ;Myers. an4 Lee the .

.-41, guaranteed AND hosiery MEN-Take from orders friends for. ....Mr, and' ,Mrs. Gnstav Widerquist Fire I Facing Caloosahatchee River, 8V1! acres. Jewelers "' t

x ", neighbors,' etc. People order on entertained last night at their home The time to look for aa exit is I Optometrist and Mfg, OpUciaa 'I ;

( ., FOR RENT sight Full or spare time. !Samples on Anderson avenue a few friends In before the fire and' the time to Lot; o, 5, Spc.. 19, T 43,R 27. Eyes tested Glasses at i i
free. Experience Can honor of Roy Kent.. Denver. Col. 229 FlrM St. Fort
unnecessary. check up on you fire Insurance 'I \ > dyers, Fla.flhe ,.
.. easily earn ,$1 hour. Write-No obligation who is spending the winter here. After is before starts !
your property
: ::nFOR RENT-Nice large airy front Dependable Knit Goods'.. Co, games\ and amusement refreshments burning Price $G,84oo0.- Terms, $2,2O0,00 cash, f

''-si room, also\ meals for man and"wife! Buffalo N. Y, 2-3-ltp were served 'and all had a I

S :'ot two men. $30.00 a week for court pleasant time.City This Agency will check your balance 1,2 and 3 years, .. : Raymond WaysBOATBUILDING
le; 212 Garrett street 2-3-tc Insurance with your values
: Tourist Meeting
: .- Commissioner O. M. Davisonleft now and see that you are prop. KEPAIKIXG: OP ALL '
Li : RE-NT-One furnished room. This is good buy. Better: look it. DIBS .
UFOR arty protected. a over.
; \ ell Attended this ;morning for Tampa accompanied ; We Give Qakk banks ;
and bath. 220 .
1 v: : use of living room 2-2-itc > by his sister Mrs. Ada C. Marine Supplies! ", Larp 8Iee1 =

lLe street The Fort Myers Tourist club met Taylor and daughter Mrs. Ester D. Gear' Cutting and Maekhe. f '
RinkeL for Saint where We write pelkles right j
Petersburg ,
priv Week
FORRFNT-Sleeping room. at the Community hall Monday eve- a Specialty w
Parking space for a they\: will visit the former's sister A. E. RAYMOND CO :? t
attendee INC
ate entrance. ning and the meeting ,was Tichenor & GodmanREALTORS" ,
>:ar, Two blocks from Postoffice by one of the largest crowds of the and attend the South Florida Fair.

;JOt Second corner of Broadway season. I II II V
; .-J-2-3tP. ... The singing of America opened the Mr, and Mrs A. H. McGrew of -StrozaerInsurance FORT JlYERSBE..t.V1'Y PARLOR S
4. program. Mr. -and !lr.. Turner Chicago ari looking over the City of V..4r -........ el -
FOR RENT' -Very nice room.1b/ I pianist and vollnlst 'appeared in several Palms. "Mr; McGrew Is prominent I '"IS.Lila: HcBirjr lott fltt street 1 .

eek .month. JU Lee St. .1-lIUC: numbers. Mrs. Tib- lumber merchant and has been a 209 First St -
ttr 8baa
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Large room., bits poem "The City of Palms" was winter visitor In Florida for some Agency ; I curing Facial passage A
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1IISIOMC H GIFTS ARE i loa !'muter President Weir expressed: "
; I satisfaction at the solid work done I :1'"I,
H"I Iby I students covering that period and ; t I' :
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i 'EARTDEDBYSTATEIJEPARTMENT ;s predicted a most satisfactory session r; (
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OPENS 2ND SEMESTER tt'b'.I' 5.u .
./> :/. I last! begInning. J JI "' yj ,) i- : --.1 '

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Fort Myers Cigar : t' ,f.Ii .
BY HARRY B. HUNT bureau. it does look as though he By T6. Associated Press) I : : t
NEA Service Writer ought to be able to arrange for a WINTER PARR Feb 4.-Rollins i. Company Enlarges .t'\.t ,,,::JJ1.l.i I ,,- ::1"1.. :
: President Coo- sunshiny day, college opened the second semesterof i I lit 25 \%'' Ki3Bfc' .;.'- .t: ... .", ..t-:' }
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4.-The state WASHINGTON'. raUo. March 4 e e e Its fortieth year Monday and now 1 A half interest in tbe Fort Myers ,-.:: '; ; :;!. :'J: i" .Jh.;:: ., -.,. ri,,':... t
:* FEW: facts about lies- have starts out the final "> .' \ ,
department has rescued from Its ten will banK up to his credit Anew A on lap of the Cigar Company has been purchasedby -
'porary war-time In' subbasement record for, ambitious posterityto teen evolved by Congressman year's work. As is customary all 1 i
a 4fj
: quarters John N. TlUman of Fa R. B Farr and he has bought a {; .F- < '",
shoot aL >ette. students tf.r, .. ,- '
,a collection of rare gifts wink Ark. former president of the: were re-registered although new car and gone on the road as ; r ,: j
rom.the East, presented: the American When he take the oath of office Vnlversity of Arkansas the majority of courses are a con general salesman. The company ......"' "'< '. -.(' .: ".
government as goodwill offerings. he will have been -inauguratedinto "A lie," says Tiltman. "moves tinuation of those begun last September makes several brand: of cigars and T O :, -' /VL r' ._..'.-.-;; ,--" ;
'" high office eight times in nine like a meteor. It J : .. : : 4,:c-
; < rear- can travel0 are to add other brands soon. }.-': .. : ;
record never beforeachieved :" miles white the truth A slight Increase 'j ', _"! ') .' '
Is in .S ..
Swords from Japan and Siam; a by'any man reaching the its boots on. getting was made registration Farr says that tbe only trouble Is Insect : ,".4'd't'. .;:?......;... ..".., .....
stone from,the Great Wall of China WTitte House 3-..**A lie travels faster than the istration of possible through the reg- that he can sell more than the fac- --, ., : '.... -- ..<'? ;-..: ... i .
a number of students : :
relics, and embroideries TW concentrated record of tory output and ,that new additions nor "p- .4t' _
from Koreas rare truth because it meets so many '; <:;
: _
transferring from Columbia University ; ... _
-are la the collection. Miscellaneous rapid inaugurate to due to the end friends who give It a ride. will have to be made to their forceof ..
documentary material and objects -' year term for governor and lieutenant "Truth gets up in the cold gray University of Tennessee and cigar makers. Disease t /
governor In Massachusetts.up dawn and has to knock four times Ambers .
'ot art.. aow In the keeping of to four ago.and to the before he One of the features of the t -
years can get a door open. new Queen Helen of Italy Is an ardent
the :state_department, would In theopinion death of President_ Harding. "But a lie ta greeted with the semester is the basket ball trip stamp collector. can live in itsBECAUSE wake
of officials*.be valued in the Ceoudge-first inauguration was Clad hand. la creamed and coffeed. through Georgia and South Carolina
,millions'ot dollars it offered for sale. oa Jan. '. 1S1*. Rhea: be took the fed and petted laughed at and which the Tars began Tuesday II'S A
The" swords from Japan'. seem to oath as' lieutenant, governor of slapped on the back and then sent In speaking of the close of the first !
:Massachusetts. Subsequent In. hurrying on In the swiftest automobile LADIES
have been brought here by the first on earth ;
'mission! 'from Japan In I860 'whenratifications augural nave been on the.place". active liver. MaqaraDUSTER: .
of the treaty ot usa I ;Jan. 4. lU1.lieutenant governor. TN an attempt to revive confidence RHEUMATISM ENDEDDon't Keep your stomach sweet an<* ,
were.ueh nge4.. 'These' gifts cones I 'Jan.Jan 8 3.:ISIS 15t8.ll.eutenaDt governor governor' J. in the oyster as t safe suffer any longer from rheu- your liver active. You will
ponded it is believed, with those thatCommodore 1 :Jan 2, 1920.governor. and healthful food, an oyster natism. Why endure such intense I. be repaid with sparkling (
feast to which invited pains in the muscles nerves and clear, smooth, healthy
were district
,took with him to' eyes
Perry March 4 1921. vice president. ( ? =
and government officials, was joints skin and a breath with the
Japan When the treaty'with Korea Aug 3, 1923 president. ... I. The poisons of rheumatism applying
( .' held a few days ago at the >N h- are odor Spring.Chamberlain's
ilea: ratified here-the. members of Ington oyster wharf.Concnumen. carried in the blood. LEONARDI'S
tbe< mission from' that country the record ,of, these pre health o'Bciab! ELIXIR FOR THE BLOOD combats Tabletswill Ma tara DustsAsk 1 ,
brought presents with them. The inauguralsweather newspaper men and others gorged these poisons, drives them out do it. Get 50 of these pink ,_
Japanese,i mission ot 1871 likewise dopesters for. :March /. 1925. gloriously assured by the oyster of the system. The rheumatism tablets for 2S eta. Take twotoanghtS Insecticide "''!i
: i. when he will take Ms eighth oath folks that "these are salt water vanishes. You can go about your th. Leadird
1tfou1h ptna, c in nine:Tears, are'predicting clear oysters-and typhoid germs can't daily tasks freely, happily.LEONARDI'S zJ evertwhereOH Dealer in Your Community- 'z!
;: ._Congress may be 'asked_ to make !, and sunny .ekle...f'fof ; ,: : live in:salt'water" : ELIXIR FOR
,provision by.;appropriation';for the fair weather has; marked _But when the feast was over THE BLOOD does more than this '
o proper care .ot these articles.. .' ,, every, biaugoral of CooUdge to one physician took the names and for you. It builds new strength TFSJ OH 1FMI PENINSULAR. CHEMICAL CO. I .
'- ": !; date. addrt'sseof'all who had eaten. and vitality. It's use insures against I 'ncle :Ned It on the job for :
1;_<. _.. _' And since MS president. Coo Which, to cay' the least was a bit recurrence of attacks. Palm-lee Park sale. ORLANDO FLORIDA ;
Belknd River Traffic: Udge is now boss of the'weather' disconcerting.! : Try LEONARDI'S ELIXIR 3 lots in Poinciana Park. \
: FOTHE BLOOD Refuse ,
t _v : now. Terrace. I
'o!Exceeds War Record f ." .'.. substitutes. At all druggist I I 1 2 lots lot in at Valencia Naplea-on.-the-Gult. :

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R0ITBRDAIt, Feb. 4.-:The ten- 4- C011iBiANDIIENT5"I house and lot on Woodford 'IW": "" __ .noti
thousandth vessel to enter this. portfast DE11iILLE'S. "TEN Ave.. -in the center of Fort Myers.
year ,was wplcomed'by the local i .. I three lyknl/ON.lAA3 tktDY ARIr I Ill Interested In luircha-e! !-5>eeme

authorities with much rejoicing as it The '!,'black, trancing Arab hones tag the Oriental costumes and people at once r
,sump'op the .river, Dec. SO It was that are driven by Barneses the! and backgrounds in unexampled t_ J. BELL i HOME FOR SALE
the steamer Joage Anthony with a :Second lithe dramatic chase ot the beauty VAPORUBFor Better known an "(nele >ed"
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wine and fruit from Spain' he center; of the Red, Sea in "The The weight of each of the Sphinxes !. ---- -- -,. --- -- --- I II
,...: Tear-end statistics show IIoltasdfc -
) Island'river Ihlppfn'mUle< -, Commandments' .," coming soon to shown in the Avenue of Sphinxes in I A home you will appreciate if you see it
this ,ettfi.ver. raised in the United the Bible par of "The Ten Command.
r.. ,tfce Jaost fcaporf ant,ot' which 4s the States :;;They were sired from Ara.. ments" is five tons. while toe heightof
Balni, traffic has grown. to more blan stock1 ,that- brought to each of "Pharioh's Colossi I I .
'stone bedrooms
than three times the site of the'pre..: ; Large living: room, diningroom,
> America a generation since and were b 35 feet,. and the weight twenty 86 Choice Lots
.,& ceding ;.1"'.. and even exceeds the owned by a,farmer who lived !in the tons. I, City I ,- bath and kitchen. Very conveniently -
of lSlS by'oTel' 2000000Uma
.. ; plctnrestpie, hamlet. of Mexico. Mis- arranged and lighted.
The transit ot German repara- i lOur!. John Alexander.Hamitton.: This There are 31 nationalities represented !1 ,
UotoaJ; "was,an Important factor in .iiniimitHimiimimi'
!horse-breeder of' :Missouri,would not In the players who enacted ; "
this tncraaa't -, 1 Garage with servants' room.
I rent the:.horses so ',they:had't be extra the rolls and form the great '
{ Oceaa-golug shipping on the other ,
purchased and th price was $10OCO mob scenes in ** The Ten Command- Located the Geographical
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.tumdrdid; DOt .how'a_ corresponding meats" coming to the Arcade Theater; Lot 55x125. Adjoining lot same size scan

growth., ., _-$lbl'ecenea"h-;i <"c color In "The 1 this Friday and Saturday They are j Center of the City.Special F: .; be.bought for 1,000.00;: 'i j i *
J Ten Commandments" soon to beehown Egyptian!: Coptic. Yemenite Arabian I .
,5 4*. early'*. s183i: the shipwrights : 'here,'were'made by; "the tech- Palestinian. Syrian Armenian Meso- Residence on short street East Fort Dryers _
and :ealkers of New England began nicoorin! ccsa, ajgltnew:,art. ,only recently patamian. Turkish. Caucasian Rou i i Price. of Less than $450.QO
ank&tIoD-ror, working: day of 10 developed. It has been re- manian Bulgarian. Serg n. CzechoSlovaklan. Price $6,500.00 tfTichenor .
fcoars:; markedJha(,the.desert scenes of the ZingrarJ{ Greek. Italian, I .
4 a.5.'.!,'?_.-,.' ,-.,,,-_. flibht of.the lirealites out of the land Spanish Portuguese. Moorish. Polish, per .Lot, for Short Time.rllllllllllillillllilIlllllli' '
.: LongmontColorado.. lays claim' to of bondage;N and the chariot race .of Swiss. German. Austrian. Hungarian,
the largest plant 'in the world de- the Egyptians after the Isrealltea are Scandinavian Dutch. Belgie British,i & Godman I

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