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 11, 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: UF00079929:00038
 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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\ TO START FEBRUARY DURING 1924 AIMED City of Palms TQSELLCHAUTAUQUATICKETS (,T,-:"".'{''')"-"'.', .,.., ,>'":.t.. .1-.1v' j ADVERTISING UNJUST 4

20TH STANLEY TOLD 4 k 4S.nd y AT /PREVENTION Thomas A. Edison, world famous TO PUBLIC .N100 if SAYS REALTY BOARD

3 1 inventor Florida pioneer and fore- t;
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Work Being: Racked enMrtirhM Xearby Certain umber of Political Questions ; most citizen of Fort Myers is 78 Barker of Event )(Ht Tuesday! at :I George E. Reamer races Realtor te

CenntyHichway Settled by International i years old. Mr Edison when seen Chamber .f Commerce i! Give Sales Farts te
this morning was in the best of
: I Co-operation I II I I Room Newspapers
'- spirits and seemed to
Road ing of the early u./* in Lee County About
building activities on every fifty realtors and a few invited
I l.td Prue! ) Preceding the regular meeting of
By The o
,, project in the county are reported I 4 guests attended the dinner and
going full blast by County Engineer GENEVA Feb. 11.-The problem of "I first saw Fort Myers 42 years I the Business and Professional Women's meeting of the Fort Myers Realty
club held at the chamber of commerce -
to Stanley. Boone 11; \\ester's new drag I preventing war by a carefully organized -, ago he said "It was a small cattle of atE Board last night at the Bradford
rooms last night a meeting
4 line dredge is at work on the Pine Island system of arbitration, of reduction village consisting of not more than the guarantors of the chautauqua hotel.
,f road and every effort Is beta 40 houses. I came to town aboarda The advertising of Beverly CIty
of armaments, and of mutual was held and Ora E. Chapin and R. 1f'4
made to keep the work going at top sloop in charge of :Nick Armeda's was brought up by Harry Wood, and
Vivian Lee made short talks.
speed assistance against covenant- father. Nick i<<: was a little fellow a number of people talked Meet taw
Miss volunteeredto
Muriel teacher
The Georgia- floods held up some breaking nations, ranks foremost I then :Major Ilendrv Kept a little Incorrectness of this advertising.
af'rrnoon duncmtr take the
\ teas and charge of ticket selling s
shipments! of asphalt for the Olga nu9' go Tti .y are Chocking and : among the cuestlons before the i ii I hotel near where the wild fig tree in by the high school girls. Among those speaking on the matter ;

Bnckinrham-Fort Myers road bi irreligious Thus decrees AniiU. ho,> i League of Nations ,in 1921. says an ;, the Rc?al Palm hotel grounds now Communications were read from were Messrs. Boyd Rogers OtU.
plenty is now on hand and the work Mai!>e on. Anseiican primate of < an- stands The cattle business was Wingate ant several outers. TN
issued here ethers interested in the chantanqna i
of applying this surfacing is going! ado who Im shocked at the goings official communique :''I flourishing in those days and most general consensus of opinion of ell
on of Winnipeg and Vancouver women which presents a detailed review of" There was a large attendance at
on rapidly. of the animals! who talked on the subject that
were driven to Punta was
'>-> give ti dansants on Sun.EYAtEUSTIC1 I events which came last year before the meeting and in the absence of Anyhow. that what Randall Parks the
Realty Boards
It is expected that the link from I Rassa and shipped to Cuba. should compel the
r the Geneva peace organization.. But Kiss M. Flossie Hill, who was kept 23. hove to be. ibe u acting sheriffof .
Olga to Fort Mrers will be closed orin i while bringing its main efforts to 1 i "The climate was perfect and I away by illness Miss Kate C. Roberts Williamson county, 11L. undeeterms ) Beverly City concern to either tel
short time and the work o' the truth 'n Its
a very knew that advertising or pit
someday I -
would of
this problem the sum- become chairman of chautauqua committee the agreement between the
continuing .the road to the couttv bear on peace to the League I I old aId useless: and would mind the pres'ded.: Ku Klux Klan and 'opposing (actions advertisIng.. The matter has already
line is expected: to be finished by De- SERVICESOPENED mary goes on say 4 The reports of various committees succeeding Sheriff George teen referred to the State RaaMy
settled certain number of political >>
cember 1stEngineer a I Galligan. who I* to remain out of Board. One or two other real estate
I its administrativework were heard and it was decided to
Stanley received a telegram questions, pursued II the wear*. propositions that are going away
BY( OR. BENNm and by the agency of its technical I give a card party inside the next
from the Champion BridrPCompany E two weeks. I beyond the truth were abo divcaaee*
I inter-
organizations promoted
saying that their man wil All'GiEXCEllENT and undoubtedly will be takes e. _'. '
; in the most II Miss Cora Davis member of the .
be here 16th and tha national co-operation SAM with the State Realty Board. On -'
on February I I varied fields. I if. I I New York Business and Professional SMA *
they expect to begin work on the fflIH LARGE ATTENDANCE I Nummary of 1921 Work I t Women's club was present and talked suggestion was that the facts a* to
the t Beverly City be .
large!!: draw bridge;; at Alva on of the Investigated, and a
activities of the club
of which
A of the review follows:
20th. charge of using the mails to defraud
'The League's work during the past ; she is a member. She stated that TAONTEMPERANCE be filed with the United State if
The bridge over Pop creek
Former lori livers IHnNttr's Good having its own club house will stimulate
near Samvllie, baa been repaired. A year in connection with the preven- # f4 : I the this company does not cease stretching -
Work Needs Little Ifttr membership of club. She
tion of be said to begin any
war truth
, local contractor put the material on may 'I is manufacturer as it has been doing It
the ground bill did not get the work duct Ion Here with the draft treaty of mutual I is much a pleased with Fort cosmetics and for some time in Its adTertf ellWlltL

.' j started Mr. Stanley sent a crew assistance prepared by the fourth its climate Myers and No one objects to the sale of Iota ta ;.
9 and will
prolong her _
over with orders to detour traffic assembly and to culminate in the Beverly City but responsible realtor
i Dr. A. M. Bennett of Tampa opened stay as much possible.
i as
but one day and repair the bridge protocol for the pacific settlement > 3a Sneaks at First Xethedlst Church and other object: to some of tke

"I{ It 1s 100 feet long and a row of ex- evuntelintie services at the. First of International disputes, drawn up' :I at Hereafter 8 o'clock the instead metings will begin bent t. laterrittd stretches of imagination that have -
of 7 30 for
.. tra piling! had to be driven. The Baptfet! cbirch last eventer. ': with a I by the fifth assembly. The draft 'AtI convenience of the members.: Meet-the Audience been used in its advertising ft wed

t bridge was travelahle by evening ''irw camber tn attend*nwHP treaty of mutual assistance was de- i Ing are held in the chamber of stated.
took .* kin' subject "What hsv (>ontlnued on cage 3) commerce Rer Sam' Small was in Fort My- A number of minor ajneodaaants.
I ."v religion done for m"'" a' *line: tHrr ers last night and spoke at the First to the constitution and .,-...* ......

BALLOON DANCE IS :* tn Fxnria a:2.: What is that inby i I Methodist chnrch south,, addressing proposed and all but ODe ad*****.

bard?" BAPTISTS DEFEATED I ROAD DEPARTMENT his remarks primarily) to the temperance George "E. Homer made a sheet

: Prof. John D. Hoffman of Atlanta, .. question He told of the progress talk to the realtors urging tem to '

BRillIANT AFfAIR ;a.. la associated wit Dr. Bennettin I -- -.-" THOMAS- --- wiiutcold : ._- -- that is: being made to down give their sales to the, new..pe1'4l

these meetings taking charge of 34 TO 23 BY HIGH : up north. I bought this POWERS'/ DEFINED the liquor business! and his remarksmet as soon as contracts are node so

I the direction of the mtarfclTe erty here from a }Ir. Summerlin prop- I with the hearty! approval of the that the city may get the benefits
larger part of his audience from the publicity that can be
F I ARMS' has been engaged as the di- "
for about .
$1, 00 There
was but one one cured from these '
, rector! of music at the Fifth Avenue Mr. Small is of the best known facts aDd pointed r

NG Baptist church In New York City, of BASKET BALL TEAMFast it orange is still tree bearing on the fruit.entire place and BEfORE STUDENTS speakers of the) United States! anda news out> that after the sales were bad no longer
which! Dr. John Roach Str ton. of large congregation was out to hear been talkIng -
Mr. and Mr*- r.ev Ihrj Hosts to "These houses" said Mr. Edison him I about them for days and surat c

200 latlted FnndeiaentaUst fame is the pastor. { Indicating diem with his hand thalrmaa of Department .ODe- t3na-ueeke.. aHeiI-.*" tWO
froid"theTreat Game Bd"foea. City Trans 1'n- Addresses man stated toa best rri rter : tu
.Mr;: Hoffman ,hef ;
'" i r .' ;.- ..;'-:---G.eld. ;t :. ,. services held 'at the VineiilieRaptlst toyed By Sport Ea- "were built in Maine in a knockdown Bead Balldla! At tab crafty today that next to William Jennings the great publicity that had accrued: : -w

----..-- condition after Of Florida Bryan Small to Miami Saint Petersburg and Sara s
.. church in Macon Ga., under thaslastsThe my own plans made one of the best,
l Last night, at -the Franklin Arms and shipped here from Jacksonville temperance talks to which he had ota from, the methods he advocated.
of Dr. Straton.
I Mr and )Ira. Roy B. Gilbert were Last evening! he organized the local Baptists met their first I on the sailing ship the
l I boats to 200 invited guests at a balloon "Aloha" choir among the Juniors of defeat of the season last night at the I Julia Bailey. Mr. Roberts here GAINESVILLE Feb. 11.The rela- help get all such: publicity to the
I dance. Rainbow colors tion of the
: were state road
helped 'em to newspapers as quickly
; the church, with Miss Jane Gorton as hands of the high school team In a me put up. 50,000 CLUB as possible
carried outn the color scheme and I road building in
dashing basket ball played on Mr. Edison becomes more and Florida. U that ef a was adopted unanimonsly.THREEMOTORCADES.
Collln's Jan orchestra cf Tampa, the president game more in love with his Fort state institution acting for the peo- MEETS\ TONIGHTThe i
l' Dr. Bennett the "Evaagellstie pastor" the Junior high court before a crowdof Myers
furnished! splendid music for the oc- pe of the state as a whole and uader
casion. of the Palm Avenue Baptist some 150 people. The final score home each year. This is the first I I
was 34 to 23. birthday he has spent here, it having the la* building and maintaining the
I The dance iras given in honor of church of Tampa scarcely needs an main Fifty Thousand club hold their
Mrs. Gilbert's birthday anniversaryand Introduction to the people of Fort The losers fought hard during the been his custom in the past to. interstate connections and the annual meeting at 8 o'clock tonight I
early start, keeping the ball wel wait until after his natal day be- main trunk roads, declared H. B. .and there wit
: Myers, having served as the pastorof ( be an election of officers -
. was a great success Chaperones TO
Philips, chairman of FORM IN STATE
in within their and fore coming south. "I'm the department,
weret Mrs. W. H Towles, Mrs C. A. ,i the church here leaving here making; coming and preparations made for the
Smtth: and Mrs. Hugh Macdonald. I 1017 I some good shots that seemed sure,I'earlier next year he said. "Its too in an address here today before the season's activities. The meeting

, Suspended from the ceiling b.un-1 Under his leadership at Plant City,' but failed to make any headway on cold in New Jersey. third annual conference for road will be held at the rooms of the ft

" drrdt 'of balloons glittered in the l j! rfter leaving here, the Baptists com- their opponents. I With his next door neighbor Henry builders at the University of Flor- chamber of commerce. FOR TRAIL MEETING j

electric' light and entwined among i pleted a splendid church building at The second quarter gave the high I Ford Mr Edison took a trip yesterday ida.In It is expected that the membership

them were serpentine confetti which I a cost of $100,000, and increased their school a lead of more than double up the Orange river in his reviewing the history of the department -, will be well represented as there are :f: -

"' was showered on the. dancers when a membership from 400 .to 800 that of the Baptists, which amounted'I!I small power boat Today he is spend- and the legislation many; matters of importance to come High Springs Saraseta and Fart ""y- ; 4
string was pulled. During the past two years of Dr. to 14 to 6 when the whistle blew. 1 ling quietly with his family and Icing its creation. Chairman up and preparations for the coming I en Will Lead Booster t. ;

Valentine caps were worn by the Bennetts pastorate at Palm Avenue I' Following the half the high school friends, and receiving from the out said the "power and author'I'I balloon dance to be made. I Saint Petersbarg" ..1 =

ladies and
The dance was opened by William the chcrch. The Sunday school has! gave them the decided advantage and happy returns of the daY. given wholly and broadly to the STADLER HEADS A series of three great motorcades

Jenkins and Miss Charlotte Matthews an enrollment of 1,200 with an average !' apparently clinched the game for I road department.. Its discretion.,I' will be formed throughout tile Stateof

"assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. attendance of nearly 600. | them. Their opponents struggled and power is Just as exclusive and CITY GOLF CLUB Florida to attend the aeeead annual -

This was one of the most enjoy- They have recently purchased persistently but failed to pile up any Martin\ ExpectedAt as broad as the power of any cabinet I'I convention of the Taniarai Trail J

,- able dances of the season. from the city the fire station by the I points, despite their several attempts department in respect to the Senator Charles A. Stadler was re- association to be held in Saint. Pet

J side of the church! upon which they that were; so close to scoring the Drainage Meet\ matters coming under the Jurisdiction elected president of the Fort Myers ersburg on March llth! aDd 12th l

TOWS(; FILLING rP will erect a modern Sunday school ball rolling around the brim of the of the several cabinet officials. Golf and Yacht club at yesterday's 1J25. -

plant capable of taking care of 1,000 hoop and falling off in play. The drainage meeting at Okeecho- "So careful was the legislaturethat annual meeting at the club house; One motorcade will form at High ; =
One cf
a Press reporter today that the hotel Dr. Bennett waa elected vicepresident !I until the last few minutes when I 13th as planned, according to a change to break or hinder the 'con White secretary, and Harry Kream- Tamlaml Trail, which will fee Joinedby f

management was compelled to turn of the Baptist State convention the Baptists rallied shooting five telegram received today by Representative tinuity of work and policy planned by er. treasurer.AU a strong contingent trop Columbia : -

away fifty people last night who were at its yearly meeting held in Lake- I field goals In rapid succession and : Louis A. Hendry.Gov. expericenced men," he continued, the member of the former county and Lake City who are

bunting for rooms.TOURIST. I land last December. I threatened several more that threw : Martin is expected to be present "the' terms of office of the Several Ward of directors were re-elected for actively urging the importance ef the

1 1r Services will be held each evening' a scare into the opposing team and I I )fl''. lIendry announces that he members are so provided that the the.coming year the board holding a extension of the Tamiami Trail fran "

for the coming two week The i their faithful rooters. The end came | will be glad to get in touch with membership of the department can short meeting at which it wag decided High Springs to Lab Ctty.; sad tilt =

CLUBPROGRAM Junior choir meeting at 7:15 and however, before they bad time to do| any parties contemplating going to I not be entirely changed in anyone : to keep the golf course open also be joined by friends of the Trail\ '

;; the regular ""Song Service" at 7:45' material who damage to the high school this important meeting. year. The term of one member expires throughout the year from Jacksonville Live Oak, Tal1a-
team had managed to keep a
o'clock. I basses Perry and other : front
' poIr..a
each until the fourth year
\ safe lead almost from the beginning
$ $150 More\ Donated northwestern Florida. This .
members IIIOt.HcaWe -
Huff one of the high school team TAILOR SIIOIP.U>TED when the terms of two>> expire I -

COMMUNITY HALL .MU.IIIV< MIMES OFFICES was the shining light of the game. Thus It will be sees that the To Hospital Fund will traverse state read number '
five to Tampa, holding short road -
!I law intends that a majority of the
He showed good; form from the start Painters are busy on the building
Xondar Etrnla at 8 .'rlotkThe shall meetings en route at Newberry.
of the department
Judge E. M Magaha yesterday and the greater per cent of the scoring which houses Joe Greens tailor shop membership The donation committee for
the Archer Williston. -
moved his offices from the Ileitman goes to his credit. t I!i on Main street. Since the new concrete consist at all times of men experienced Lee Memorial hospital Association and Brooksville. 'k

tourist club: will have a musi-. building to the new Leon building Bartleson. playing with the Baptists building has gone up next door in the department's werk reported additional donations, One motorcade will form at Fort :-

sal and literary program tonight at I I with entrance on Hendry street. was also a conspicuous figureIn Joe concluded that while colors are "The granting; of these broad and a* follows: today Myers, which wilt he joined in by r
community hall at 7:45 o'clock. The I Judge Magaha has been in Fort My the game, making several goodpla.1 liD. fashion he would color up some. exclusive powers by the legislaturethe Alabama Terrace from Bvorflwles
Company a strong contingent
Fort Myers Concert Band will be ; era about a year and is building up a and scoring a number. of pointsfor representatives of the people of Tamlnosiaa $50,00:
I Brothers, 5.00 Ed. and Collier county, together with
present and play a few selections: good business. his aide. I i the whole state-carries with it a ;
AO COM l'ERT TONIGhT: the Arndt, $2000.; Hugh Macdonald, friends of the Trail from Hendry
1. Selection. Fort Myers band. I The Llae lp corresponding responsibility on I
? $25.00; The Town of Estero Tag county along the line of the Glut to -
X Group of songs by Mrs. AnnieM HIGH SCHOOL BAPTISTS 1 I department to answer to the peopleof

biaiu|;accompanied by ;Mrs. FLAG DISPLAY TOMORROW Alderman .. ..R. F..... Bartelson I: Because of the fact that all the the whole state for the exercise: of Day $1000.; Mrs J E. Hnblnger Atlantic highway. This motorcade:

Bishop. pianist Huff . . ..L. F..... Saunders I i members of the Fort Myers concert tills power and the discharge ef its $25.00; Mrs. Thad Williams $500. will follow the Trail out of Tort Mv-

J 1. Kiasle Orchestra: Norman Kia- The most unique patriotic display Stout .. . . ...C....... .. Prather Band have not returned from duties. It is the plain Intent and Father Q-Keefe, $10.00. era to Pasta: Cords, and frost thence:

zte. cornet, Miss Dorothy Kin le, -ever seen In Fort Myers wilt. Armeada .. ...R.G...,, Raymond I Tampa there will be no concert at purpose of the law that the road de- will follow the line of state road

pianist Ernest Kiniie, violinist .-**. be made tomorrow Lincoln's birthday Halgrim .. ...L.G..,.. ... Ford City park tonight it wJloS announcedthis partment shall be a state institutionthat number two tBroaja: Arcadia, Wall-
Meade Barter and
>0 FENCE LAW ASKED FOE chats Fort and ,
4. Selection by band by the merchants of Fort MerR ,- The standing of the five teams in afternoon. it shall consult and advise
from thence to Tampa by ofLalt.land
5. Vocal Solo: Miss Mildred "Williams in front of their business the city: is as followsTeam : I I with the people of the state, and ---- I Plant way '
aad City holding
Won Lost Per. WHEREAS this. Board believes
accompanied by lilsa Grace bouses. when necessary shall consult with ;
Peering at piano. Through the good work of the High School ...... 3 1 .750 THE WEATHER the state officials with whom it has it to for the beat interest
I. Remarks and talk on: progressof American Legion Fort Myers Baptist ........... 2 1 .666 I to deal under the law. County of Lee that a no-fence law This motorcade will h
...... ...:. t Joined at Lakeland kf friea4a of the
Fort Myers By Prof, Ora Chaoin./ business houses have been furnished Snyder I 1 .500 "If the people of the state want for Lee County be enacted by the -
Firemen ... .. 1 3 .%50 I Trail from the Lake and Hill country z:
7. Selection band. .0. '- take next Legislature, thereby preventing -
by other to
Highest temperature some authority over
uniform flag display :
a system
aad frau the East coast of Florida -
Methodist .... .. 1 2 433 i I =
8. Selection' by Kiniie orchestra. that"-ass found high favor in J yesterday ... .79 matter of building roads-if they the running at large of livestock particularly from Dade ooaaty; 'r.Mk.wtae .

9. All join in singing America. the larger cities of the country I Lowest temperaturelast want an organization planned to in the County o? Lee; from Lake Wales Frost

Ten minute Intermission before Holes for the flag staffs are already EZRA MEEKER 1YOVT WASTE night .. .62 serve only some certain sections of NOW, THEREFORE, Be IT RESOLVED ; proof Sebrinx, Avon Park and Okee- -

closing number. in the sidewalks. At nine I Rainfall. 24 bray to some certain interests, there will' I by the Board of County ch bee. : ;,.

clock the siren will sound for TACOMA Wash., Fe!.. 11.A 95- S a. m, ins -----08 hare to be a change of the law. Commissioners of Lee County, One motorcade win form la Sarasota -

MOON AND TIDES one minute as a signal for the year-old man has no time to waste I. Wind direction .S "In oar.letter submitting to the Florida, that our Senator aad Representative I ,, which will be Joined in by r=

:Ivew Moon 22nd '::12 p. m. flags to be placed in their socket in the opinion of Ezra Meeker trail a h.. Wind. vet, miles..2 legislature of 123 our fourth biennial in the Legislature be strong contingent from >Eaajcwood

First Quarter: none. At 5.30 o'clock in the evening the baser who ID the early day crossed ', Sky . ... Cloudy report we said: called span to have sulks seek a law enacted Venice, fttokvmis. This BMtorcade

Full: 'th4. :49 pat. siren will .again Bound as signal the plains in a covered wagon and I t_ Barometer ..2951i 'la the inauguration of mew work sad that of intention I will follow th* Trail to Tampa Bold I'-
for such legislationbe
to apply
Last Quarter: 16th, 4.41 a. m.IT I to take Old Glory inside. recently went over the same route i it baa been our policy to confine our : lag short rood toeetlags fa Sarasota
required by the
I 7o be most effective the display tn: tn airplane. I i work, as near as possible to the aa Bradeaton and PaUutfcto ea _

;" RESenT BEACH needs the cooperation of eTerrmercunL Mr. Meeker vlaHed a newspaper office ii i For Florida!! : Fair tonight and trunk line roads of the state. It Constitution of Florida Commissioner, route. _i -
motion of
Thursday, Frtniarr l1k here yesterday and inquired for Thursday, muck colder tonight, frost been oar conviction: that the Upon These three great motorcades wilt --
seconded Commissioaer
D. 9 Borland by
n.h"" 'llth- "., It will be Died through fair Mend He was asked to wait for in north and central portion and Road Department being a state u.j __ mass at Tampa Into one monster motorcade
Fred G.
High Tides "/llLntand!, 4:5TUnLow week and 'on all-toiidays and special him half an hoar 'I probably heavy in extrejnc aorth. stitution spending money Thompson, going to Saint Petersburg

Tides*.- 10..9 .1Iti alfd 1Q.:;8 p."n :"occasions .U Is a display .ofwhieh "Goe4 gracious" :answered Mr. colder.: Thursday in east "and wmt ipcittona ed by the whole ;slatci y-,,'....- 1 called. .and..carriedt the above moo from tha( city "yOIMmar

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1 'y bra tM cress Bidding. nvT t. Opera Stars in Radio Music Memory Contest "- 'ft t.
trest. fort ilyer* SlorW We do much talking-this days: about what Sfeventii .... >. ,.
b and what is not exempt from taxation. Our ; The regular w..kl.j.k.. (.: !
EFoRn.ruRB1) ES iicorPorat'ed' f'prefatficrs: who had only to. worry. about tax- --- I meeting and Judteen.of:1; if:_

QEOGI; :. HOS)[6ttbbllsber! .-.rind,, General .]!au- lea..without representation had -an_ easy time I the Fort Myers Kiwanis" .

1Rater.d a. Becond chute) (nail uuUrtMMCA 11111 .trf.th- compared with' those who are..up in the air about i club will be held at the,"" I
coat fOe. %t Foit IJrwe Florida\afflr W Aett.f M reh.J. ltai inheritance .tax, income tax real estate tax, dividend i,rnmK-iu Arms Wedne_ ay no n.v!;';. ; \

1'obde4 U a __kIT ntprr:. Oil Novarnaee n. 1124 .andai tax.and so on ad infinitum. There'are.dividends -.; [Erey member is urged! to be present: : "t.
... a ...U7:opMari* uJUl1, : ,- however that ,ar&exempt fronv.taxation-! I a eI .

;JDEXBEK OF TUBllSSH'UYED! r PKESS and they are the ,biggest and surest and most i The meettns of the Fort Myes";' .
TM 'A****"**'PrM la' xtttaSlteSi tnlitlea to q.e..tor common dividends, toot We refer to the dividends E tcr.L'1at club, postpone from MoeetF
.tjtratlo, of all'BwaUo&tclMl*wed ited tct !t _W ,U,e.tt.hed ...' education.- There I
el. Yr>d/tedIb. zP.tw MiA.HB,. th.thica1aawt. ..II.b'hAil we receive Jtrom our are i-: :
:rtdt.neu,.?t bf r-twwJa oti! ipsctil no :greater'dividends paid: ,to any holders of any p1t7251wsAS ; ,
_.... dllDatclt.Ye4. .. ..*..11 rax I'a- e e
dividends from
'- Stock.whatso: ever than these clan wilt in.et atfKrs
8t'BSCBIf"tIClf JUns'I education. i 1- The the Boafeftl'd";MI'.

III $I td'tt=.:'+Cduatlee r arl0lter- !t J U::'and Ueodry t Collier I (T.ti And all in the United States may havean '. $:.. JWhsawa's SubjectMMic"on Regee tI ,'
no. Month '<." i I On booth >,, _Cooatk.es .education and be receivingthese tax-exempt relative to JBOmc.feuc AlfTfld C=: '
Tbre. 1 be .
.,, to
Yo.the ,e:1;: t I. Three Monti LU t arc .
.I ElK Oa.Dfoath.Year _., '..U 'I Six MonUls 1.60 dividends. There is no reason why any boy or F w1 't, I .dab 'lieael1 are tavited. ',
tK One IfarTb i U8 girl in the country should grow up without an :'tttBra3: cC ic'Aa EOii:3'.N :
Tile. W. UF. Fort My i Weekly'fpn'>>nfa 1' n six Months,-'LU woman who has grownup in ignorance should! CAN YOU RECOGNIZE TH1CC FAM3US: C?:f'J.TIC STAS3 CY: THEIR! VOICCST tumUfftiar night at the chaiahsr of

education. '' .,1-ir 9 Cfcamte, Giuseppe Dents .coaaacrea rcoms for the PUr.of
remain. without an nnETROFOLlTA.'Il Opera Stare 1 rro;rjra totally unse: -<1 ariBrer :
f ;e There may be faults In our educational lVl'will be heard in the greatest I neither Lie nonit .Si I : .:.ra' ororganza. ;! ::;wr,Bce Easton FrisUrich: Schorr ,electing oftken foe the enseie8 7'O *, ,
SUSTAINING_MEMBER;] failures .. .. "*.. i oss :2:.J Elisabeth Rethber. laser I -v member to urged to be pdeaei
: system, and there may. be among our: move for the advancement of most : 'L) .s I. r Y<1% m K '
in thIs country commencing Ueln d; .'. ,oJ to :h" 1! a-nial.su for the February proi taM help in seteetto the right .
educators but. the fact remains that they edu- cal education rendered :; : > : -
Najio NAl EDITORIAL) I '- on February 3d. accordingto listening: pn:.:.:-. i:4Jtu: :liaiet.-n I i :rm-t will be chosen frost mmamg lor tw next year. The Fiftj'elub
cat$*nevertheless. of internaluMMtty iTacMMd has always hesptfirIttatajtsUy
: the fol'osins: list
I 1924 t974Lt the Brunswick-Ualke-CoUender mill ro tile artists and }
takean cn: is:
1 All that is necessary is a willingness to Compaay and the Radio Corporation what the' 8Ciiv..u.i3: arc.iOjj ut | Cam_s artists: Mtshel Fiastro, t in the entertainment atl
AS3tCI4TION'J) education or a determination to get an edu- of America. The Brunswick awards being made: each: mouth to ::1, Winem Willeke Josef Halla.I l Vrt Mere: winter Tisltors as welt !Ifolb.
'- = cation, and the thing is done. With either the Music Memory Contest will be conducted the persons guessing the largest; I| KUy Xey. Max Rosen and the El- the "knee .
KeKher SeaUien newspaper TiUhhen'i .blodnUoLti willingness the determination our boys and .through the medium of radio number correctly. A brief essay 03 shuco Trio. Never before boa a s .

> Member.Florida Press jU l Ofatl! a. girls (yes and our men and women) can get the broadcasting stations WJz a subject to be announced will' silo Music Memory such Contest gigantic been scale.conducted Dixon Camp 9,83. Royal Neighbors
vocational edu- New York City: WGY, Schenectady on a will held ita "5 ul .rwiaiBsoBthly
3" Kember'Florida, Is'soelated Dames Vf1'Y'! best; of academic and also be required of contestants. d before have such noted of Aswnca. !II\?
I ai never .
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and WKC, WaEhington. being; 7-5
': J meeting at Pin JIl.
d.k"r,. .. _Seth, .. Florida. Press. i..o JaU..,. cation in any /state in the Union scheduled to broadcast the unusual I The following artists of the Metropolitan artists participated in such an important t halL VIsitJos Ngser ;"
simultaneously every Opera Company may par- step; in the movement to Pytkian '
Wednesday/Afternoon/ STEEL IS AGAIN KING programs Tuesday night during February. ticipate in the Music Memory Contest increase the appreciation for aDd 1 are cordially: invited to attend. -. .: :,'.'
: February 11 1923JHOUGI1T
.... .. rd'.o ; I World.famous artists will sing program during February: understanding of good music la TwelfthTlw ::t .-'r.
1 International attention is again focused on and play before the microphone in Karin Branzell. Michael Bohnen America. I Thursday, "of .l
Chares Service LealUe, .
\ ,. '.JJIDJ"E' .;FOR TODAY steel. it is reported br- Basil :Miles, American I_. --- -- = ;y- for- I s.it Lake's Episcopal chareh 'wHl f;;
; Joy. for weeping- His anger en- Commissioner .of the International Chamber of elusive, shall first be constructed andthen f.lIsecon education, aHUs I a church sapper on Uf1-eeIn.s <: .
4 dureth.but.,a moment: in ,his favour! Commerce his latest review of'world economic f MRS. SARA i C.; DOUGLASS that Road No. 19 should be built.I citizens. IM"O ,,.; :a

r lilt weeping. may endure for a night, 'tonditions. This act also: gives to the departmentthe I
but Joycometh.in the morning.: Psalm 30: 5. "Although no definite action has been I authority to build such portions i; rrlsh Proverb. I Friday, Thirteenth ;
taken hQ says in his survey "it is stated that [QUIT ABLE E LIFE AGENT of the federal system of roads as are I The DglnnlBs of a ship is a 1 beers, I: Circle B of the Woman's society:' : "ifI.
included in the numbered roads ch rth. will bave another .
THE FORT'MTERS. r.nUSrL.1TFOULii over 90 per cent of the German iron and steel not a kiln a stone of a king resign Presbyterian .' .
the SteeManufacturers' and tarry out its contracts existingat } I,I. regular plate chicken -He*<<. t' .
Ma : ; 1- --" manufacturers are in favor of reviving salutation and the began!nz of health. :
t 'BaUilq:' aad.Lea.-Laocl- UUea.A Association (Stahlwerksverband) Frank Stout, well known young the time of the passage of the act. U ftleeaof I I to 8, in the parlors of the efcnreb.
Fort business has turned "An examination of a map of the
Myers man.
r Water $ott..rl rla.t fur D.nktpal'Water which was such a powerful factor in export trade '
,, ( that these roads
will disclose
state .
the local
management of Equitable
8yst.m-. before-the war. It appears likely, however that I our- Life Assurance Society office to which the department: is authorized Outburts of Everett True By CondoATrISDOW'Y'FQR3c ;
..w... ",.. aad1JfBBl ( the association will not have the broad powers '
1" er. III. d Park lpaI A a dI- new Mrs. Sara C. Douglas formerly of to build are tbe main interstate connections r ,
; of'its predecessor. One of the most important New York and Cleveland. and the main trunk lines of

terte.R1v.v Fro Beilevard.Frt ., functions of the pre-war association was to act as i Increasing demands of his real estate the state and pass through 51 of the I kERE M1I4E.S A WHITS WAiT: t ar ,

; Sedge If cnrtQC fracLDeeperIUter selling agent for its members, while another i and other business interests influenced 63 counties of the state" -- '
Ckaaacl ,U,|Fr.tMe. Eatraace firOstia permitted' to fix minimum prices. The revi..edassociation Mr. Stout to give up this t 'jo
? ,
G.iag rVes...ls,*.; will probably not sell on behalf of its phase of his activities. He extends Little Red School I
.Cesipl.IlooefLee; :Cenatj's System cf 'Beads.I members. principally because the latter have good' will to the new managementand
C mplrtI..jfif-Taml..inJ. Trail.aid F.rt M/rs themselves built up-: extensive sales organizations: will gladly co-operate {In every Howe Thing: of PastBy .. 'i

Palm B aeh .Higawsy.. in the; past four vears. Its principal service will way toward success of same

Baaatttkatfea .f'Hfgkwif i laeladfn! ;; Flaathig et be to fix the production quotas of the member Mrs. Douglas comes to Fort Myers BEDFORD.( The Atiwlalfd Ind, Feb.Frees 11).-That i .,

CefMMt'Palais aloir TsmiamlTrail, ,Clear 'across firms and allocate orders accordingly thus following highly recommended as a successful the flimsy schoolhouse like the hickory : ::.:: i
bdblness and public spirited ..
L.e-.c..t,- and!O?tJ I.har: et B jal Palmas. aloigBrfireporBbBltirart :;; the old system. by which market requirements citizen. She woman ia prominently connect- stick of tha Tbree-R days, is'I rI :
< t. Punta Cassa., divided among the members according indicated in
were edwlth leading national business drifting into_u,)scurity, is
.IUi IJ Rod .U,EU-t a 8t(:. to the capacity of,each plant. triotic and social organizations pa Including a survey mode by the Indiana Lime I :& '.
o "--.:.. "British steel-men are watching the Conti. national conference of social stone Quarrymen's association j
i J + -1:, THE'PRICE.l OF DEPRAVITY, nent closely There 'has ,been much talk of a work, various juvenile protective which ,hoes that last year more than B5v2C! I aN' r FORGET HY r. '...wLETTERg. .
f Franco-German mining and metallurgical com $325,000,000:>> was spent in replacing WAIT I SC- '- "---- -
/ ; agencies. American prison!' association ..
'I Back to Scotland/whence)jt'came! in.the regular bine;.as well as a European steel bloc: which would Women's city club of New York terials antiquated of a school permanent buildings nature.with ma- 1 TNRE.Q9 oTNe tt Y .:
include Germany Belgium Luxemburg, and the Asia club. Business and Profes- -li i
it course of_legittoat0! trade and'commerce,' goes Reports to the association said thata I .
a estiv' of'. o-catIed.medktnally and chemically France. Thus far there is.no< reason to believe sional Woman's club, etc. She has far greater number.of school build

pure whlsk r., valued"by ta.:owners .a New York that such a combine will be carried through':' gained an enviable reputation in the ings were replaced than remodeled.'
importing firm,8t.$1.ooo.000. Jtia consigned to promotion of social welfare movements and that contracts already! awarded

its original owners--because those who,bought A GOOD BEGINNING national scope and has been give promise of 1925 exceeding the Y .
instrumental shaping legislation
and presumably. ?paid,f or )ft%:three years ago have favoring better social conditions in previous, year ia volume of school i ....
theStates construction. i ,
been unabletad .pa eo|.lawfully} though.they The ,new French ambassador to United various states. building! I

are authorized'Under a wholesVe liquor permit M Daeschner made a felicitous remark In 1923-24 Mrs. Douglas was Superintendent _
t to sell whtak'raedJcinallpurposea.tto( ., druggists in presenting his credentials to President Cool- "'of Alabama State Training Growth of U. S. Schools I'

_, andlheapitalsj{ ;: idge. Hc-Epoke the fuU and happy cooperation School for Girls. During her administration Astounds Englishmen
News accounts ,describing the transaction between France ,and the United States during this school gained national r{

1 l tate-th .ti the'firm has 'ejected{ all sorts of offers the war and said that this must now be :! recognition and was rated one (By Tae" Assorlatta Firm) I ..;;
; madetolttod"tapaut'tbestock: unlawfully deciding extended to the question of the payment of: of the leading Institutions of its kind LONDON, Feb. 11.-America is a qN 1 OK'-r

' ; to accept whatever loss may follow,a.return (material debts" as well as of "debts of gratitude in the fcouth.Coming land of many churches and one (creed FaRGsT 7ouRotgtilrlmutiwcc:
oUheJig.uor"tQ: This is excellent. Doubtless acting under to Fort Myers in Marchof all Americans believe in education I
Scotland, rather than violate
t :-.1 the conditionavjmposed; bgr ,the license it. holds. instructions from his government, the French am last year. for a short vacation according to II A. Fisher former
t t Perhaps the turning}.back of a million dollars' ba-ssadqr'sets cut to: present the case of the Mrs.. Douglas was at once charmed:! British minister of education who'has
iworth of French debt in what may be called a new "man w utb, delightful climate and Just returned from a tour of the
standardproofliquor is in itself an. incident .
United States.I
impressed with the marvelous
of little ner., _The>old,, official! manner of successive greatly
? > actual'importance. But it serves pocsibilities of this section with the "The popular enthusiasm which
to reveal' I in ,all,.'its hideous 'nakedness: ;Jthe French;; governments' has not ,been altogether: result that she immediately severedbuIness I gave Europe its cathedrals" he said
avarice and'greed' bfthose'ivho,1 fwhlle willingly ftrttmate.. True the liability- has been confessed. connections in the east and "is now sprinklin the North American
But.it has been referred to-in such terms and '
entering Into! .p conspiracy with l admitted violators north preparatory to establishing residence continent with schools and colleges -
of the l shaded bjn such. qualifications' as to make the I in lavish profusion. The sums
seek gain
lawj: to' .forthemselves) an: here.; She- thai already acquired -
E additional l profit'byv imposing upon and'deceiving United.States appear in a bad light. That this valuable properties in Fort i put into education in America are

tho&eti\yhOiplco, 1id n .in:their claimed. bus;. was, a' mistake, the present prime minister'' of Myers any In taking over the management !, staggering and are steadily increas
France at last to have become convinced.In ing. America's astonishing liberality
nesa profiawwnaj iat grity... : seems 9!,.the Equitable Insurance "
: his ppeech. i in' the chamber the other day healluded take active has conceived the idea of & free.
... ... .. office plans to an part
c '1 : : : to,the. fact that friendly "conversations" In the development of, the city. '

SUGGBSTIONS.FOILACCIDENT PREVENTION concerning, the debt of' France to the United IMOIM'N POP By Taylor III

-\ttoo'\ States were about to be undertaken. It would ._ __ _
Secretary Jft'a n address Before the appear that. Ambassador Daeschner already BIRTH t
NatioaaJ .
Penferencecn; 'street'andfhighwayafety. begun them and done it with a most significant I
',' asked Jonro. peration.of1 all interests br'aB change of tone I TODA4 RAFFUN OFF A CARTON f BLUE CANS WITH A GILT EDGE ,; i
effortttefredaee the iraw rapidly increasing number In 'diplomatic negotiations tone is every- PERilMAtm { OF GENUINE.TURKISH TOBACCO ARoUND THEM AND IF sou'ae '

cfp'deatbiiahdJnjttriea due,to traffic.acddentsv thing. As..Lord. Palnaerston saidit "makes.the AND I TOOK A CHANCE OHLN 1 UUCKW MOU'Lt\ HAVE ENOUGH.r ; x.;i,

;.> Hfc.stated(that there;, were.:22,000 such song.'rThei' art of presentation never appears so Tae AMotiate' Frees) 5MYTiHATtrr COST A DIME AND THE MAN TOBACCO T& LAST WOU 'I

death..:'aiKf6gTVOOfseri6ua;\ injuries i last year and Important! when it has. to be applied to a difficult E Feb. 11 -Decline Flog; .POUND Sow,_ FOR At1.wituTERr: itt J
that auwlf\8O' } \ pm'cent;:of J.high'way. accidents :.case. Then all themaxims about thenecessity frf the birth rate in England baa become ,

were'due;.to;the.automobile; ,;,= c.N ; of, putting yourself the place of the --a nation peril ia the opinion-
Here is a suggestion leaaeningaccidents.In pther' fellow conciliating' your opponent instead Sir Robert Plalr, former chief edu :

the'gldida l y8j. **roadswas, rounded ;upi I like;af of rasping, sensibilities,."came into ,play. It cationofficer: of the London County
railroad .gra. .Kith.,d ep' dikhesvoni each side. must be admitted that the Piench,have pot du 'Conjeil who, speaking. at a Manchester ,

Probabljti.two;teatts-'pamed;a-tta, pate of; about rings the-past.few years done all that was possible educational conference, estl-! :
threes orf owv s esan .ho r,'on every: five-mile .this'direction. Eyen,the,wannest friends mat#d that within the next eighth I ;jj jjG jja
(StretetTod yyoui*'moderh 'highways-grades-are ind'admirers of:France must' concede, this. The rears there would be 2,000.000 fewer i ;
workers in this country.
t largely; .:fce saw;""with"' > stripof":: pavement; *n FrEnch have had 'a_case,,:but,unfortunately ,have Within the last few years the ( _
the "' 'b. ioo oflen' stated it in such obscure I
sdereBsuf4uteirnebfes'; paS a way as birth rate has fallen off tremendously t
in a at!TttiesT"At; ; a.; rate, of.speed*vary ing most\ .of Jt- merits The-eiowning mistake came ," he'said, and appears even yet to'' t s ;f

from .4 ;4liJ iullialrlYith; good 1 driving, when the'minister of finance.'M: Clementel!, presented be going d wn.' We are losing 100.- 1 1+ k k

there::, }a ;eagfideata i ,,' ..Jliejudge one wayor .an-elaborate budget' to the:chamber, containing 000- children a year from each age :\
anothj l h eve ,a and*,-an autoiaobiletcrashes l all :sorts of;:tables and estimates and group in the schools and on this
with aaletlael\er.iweaimthe.ditckInatead : forecasts, without (i including.'anv reference at aUto basis, from calculations I hare .l
gfdi tf fig chichcvon: cb' sideof: ; the-debUs'owed America, This was defensibleon made by 113%' there will be some I ,
the RiMt wife ,the -
graded} ;the;fftlftrt:c: ringrfi'from the edgeof ground' it ,was! lamentable. It prejudiced the Taking this year as an example ode'' CANS VMftT THE.TOBACCO IS tlKE.- t'4OW DON'T MAKE

st>xgentle""slope. .j"tq the
= IU'otherrdsi;Jwv+} the'curve Ina\ fashion that could not be made up for by 1 lace children than In its' barget I A LOT OF CRIED OUT CABBA 6-> 40u itAVEarr WON hdi o r '
of t r.: lilw 1 aai; ...a-1'his'is\PoSsible;; ; belated explanations: and apologies. If years ago. oft I UEAVE s ANO THEN voiru. : .. t R VET it i

,aIon f tfo? hisfewajMi at.,Dp additional r ...NQW'.we"may; : hope that the good beginning Decrease the birth rate during' BAWL i-\E our BECAUSE OF

IIIdAllfiQ4t4T ;...*.i....,,;te r..fer- ,cars to crowd. 'made by the-French ambassador will'be followed 3ie rears of the war Ia some measure' t\-H OOQQ MAKE9 I 114 ,f bsC .

in the center.relieved and consequently.the danger ,*.pr"" rationaland considerate negotiations. accounts for reduction in the, namir THE .OUSE q

of ac +i40 #Ut'i: itrar nedX._ \> --, -. J ---h" .. 'It 'AS'Soona&. France tmakes definite- and bind- All tbe Yule ; retulatiofti'and. laws. that''can ,;ngjobligation: to ..pay, !she wall ,not find the 'ng school age according to ministry'

be pawswfrt*
,\ if any BMssTor> .WOUWB 'caf+ boy' an automobile one iarerii&r grasping.. It,is ,not ,our interest) even ;
J .mfJw ',. .t-"iIdio..tate l licensing 4partae t tptetoii'to :tf it'w eeourlnclinationtQdemaud the,.upmostfarthing BO.tD'DEPARTMETPOWEES. i ef -

sad drive the next mmute,'l'eITaon.ia :from France :A nation which; poses ; DEFIXED 0

i hiss 'nmiHarityvrith= the car;;".|jt operation .la ran:exacting. creditor is as much out of the (continued from paste 11 0 y o i"i

I or + -No.otberpiecetoffmachiBery International'policy ;;today as is a nation allowing thick are of statewide interest and

'tJte .f" aha4iard basis. f teelf ..t.se m" an evasive debtor frank and VU1_best serve the peoyle, of the!
-The._lufaryi, pia- t -I ii-- :of..3gOO4 deaths.t., rW&r conference; along: lines now indicated stole state ,I I"At i"A

.year. tore re net.S; OAe deftthe.., ,- 1 Hl;surely find a 'settlement; of the French debt that session of they legislature'' i

ButttftTr tfifTirtr nH-r."'"3* removeHheTirritlmti na1way. honorable;and-satisfactory/; both to the us act was passed-providing that e sts a .c

,!$,nBedfciy'jawsatu. wffi t "U le9ili f4ffIted'Sttvtes-m1d'to France;-New-Y ksTiraes.j slate roads. r4'one to eight,ia-i -- "--

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'. b-FE'T8. or AT LU\il'"E WAR PREVENTION Silver 'Cloth Actress Entertains Aviator .:- : ,,5I t... .
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r war
F ;: and subsequently -- 1
the! alterably adopted a joint resolution I '" i. .
t i no strengthen the solidarity I ... ,
'nd security: of the nations of the -e 1'i- 6l.1. '
d world by settling by paclflce means J
4 'b i11; disputes which might arise between v R p -. .'
states." On the basis of this .- ;-
' f rpaolntlon the assembly drew up tt% I -,A3 l t, ;< .rJ "
Protocol for the pacific settlement
-I t ot;International disputes which contained -I 1
a system of arbitration from I I '
J which no international dispute, 1I
the, legal or political, should call z I R
.ye; provided for a military, ;
-1lJ'clal; : and economic co-operation. I '
whch| by guaranteeing the security r _. v9.dgg'yt 1.f 1
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t>fy states would render possible aoQttslderable I t < '
reduction of national 1 4 N '
armaments. Thus the three factors I l1iM.tl* J Dean, movie actress, eiuntaiiud Lit-u,maul Leshe Ainuld. world "
...; of'the problem namely, arbitration. fljer when lath were iotither on n speaking tour at Milwaukee alter z
security and reduction of armaments Dean i huyl.ind. hrtlci Oakman snakes his home in New York Arnold j
!'- ,;'., were combined. u a ba faor! -'tS'e'L.vju't frinds.'_ says Mass Dean, of.Arnold- :, .; __
.; "i ret Snpertlslen of Am Traffic
2. course of the prepared drafts ell furthermore took various -
r } With regard to the investigation ofAustrian. year measures ..
Bulgarian. German and for international conventions on var with a view t.> facilitating the
.; HunaArlan armaments the councildrew i ions urgent!!; questions It initiated I work of the advisory committee on \ .
: up a' scheme for the exercise. anti-malarial r>"cearrj! work placed I traffic in women and children which :j4au -, '
if:an* when required of .its right of I, i,I technical advisers at' the disposal! 1 of has been retonstitu'etl as the com- : t 7G ySF
control aa contemplated In the peace the Albanian Greek and Persian mittee on traffic in women and protection 1 itt icedf iJhMffl
.,; treaties This! control would be exercised ....,. :'i, ,,:. ,. .: governments and authorized the I of children #
:'; through commissions appointed : t : r League epidemic commission to pursue In\t'.lIgatt' Slavery qj'
; by the council ,. its investigation into outbreaks I A (committee of experts began an CfJ5Ilytins
. i A. ,draft convention on the supervision t of plague. typhus and cboVraIiitrUfTtaal investigation on the subject of slavery =- hence
;> : of the arms traffic was elaborated Co-operation I It drew up its plan of work ma4. > _
:Z daring the year and will beIIaali1 '...rEe. The committee on intellectual cooperation classified the various. forma of slavery 'l
: discussed at an international .- Ee. developed its system of national known at Ida present day
conference convened for May 4. I committees serving as intermediaries -) Finally the membership of the .
:Ia the political field several disputes 1 / J. between the international League was increased to 55 states by
,:' were submitted to the council ."'? 7: committee and intellectual workersin I the entry of the Dominican Republic. Just contrast its coolness
f for: mediation as provided by the 'J... -- the Various countries > During the year also, the German
covenant. The status of the Memel VE' two kinds of lace andante This committee dealt with the government addressed a note to theLesgs S
cloth of silver make this rich mildness
/ territory/ long in dispute between tock which seems quite eUon question of the equivalent value of e as to its membership The with
late. diplomas and the co-ordination of the I United States took In number
; principal allied powers sad Lithuania >Un a svason when lines are so part a
,,.1. and ,the Jaworzyna boundary 1'LuBj.nJ. Irimniin reduced to such courses In different universities. It | of coaferences and commissions ever smoked
dispute 'between Czechoslovakia and .sSii.le; lerma However, there'sommg also endeavored .promote the ex-I while the Soviet republic was: rep- > anything you
Poland were both settled in March. very fvmimne bout the change of professors and students. reseated on the health committee and
;J Frontier Settlement and the fancy belt awl Two International opium con'cr- I in connection with naval disarmament BackfiA ; seeauj hl :
the ssn And women who stress i37QJainesNVsfeUnvm v chjuA w>V'* ] I
The Question of the frontier about f=rntarutjr will and good jminU ences met in Geneva In \ovemVrjand I developed a secret tobacco process a pipe. No one else ewer knew II :
MesnL between Irak and Turkey thdu, t all '''1')'. were still in session at the end of i {which, wO; instant 2nd widespread his secret until we acquired Ip
e>time, before the council, which senta the year one dealing with prepared Mecca Gardens ttvor'll yidJeJ qbodied. WfeflmariSMedkxraadby.US IJ '
;i special commission of three member opium the other with raaanfactured I richness,msIdness N fragrresc means rnade (lll1lgc'WtC'l :
s Eaarae) e of the League of Nations. narcotics. A delegation from the Only 112 miles from center of "
;- to Investigate< on the spot. All i I Cons ttntly the questions of the United States took part in tha work I city lies elevation of niaeteen feet. I
i, frontier Ucidents had taken place, Mole! of Albanian origin i In i of the second conference. I Lots $375:: .00 up quarter cash balance cui"r.
: .- the council laid down. a provisional I Greece| Greek minorities in Bulgaria In the coarse of the year the coun- 3 years K. L. Jeffcott Realty Co. I Rough
:Y:;,:; boundary between the territories occupied .. <*4 Bulgarian minorities i iGreeclwere In --- Granger
:--j; : or administered by the British dealth wIth.. I .

and Turkish governments The jconomic and financial organ 1-I ... ,, .... .. : \
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't The question of the Greeks of -
Mtionif the League framed a schedule ,
-* l\ stantinople also was brought l&< the financial reconstruct! dill the Com fortLofJome- ,
"t t the1 council. la virtue of the & of Hajary, and continued the financial -
Lausanne.* 'The',permanent rtongtmction of Austria. Also \
a international Justice has been requested U dretup a program for more effective -
to give an advisory opinion pitectlon against unfair compe- I 'f.r
on:nil Question. Ution.nd provided for the protection illfi'
t; Finally! the council intervened consumers! against worthless 1 I, "
';1':. with the conference of ambassadors goods!' ,
"wttb view to obtaining a promptsettlement' purl 1924, the organisation for .f .
of the, Albanian frontier comma cations and transit was called e { :
qutidtIon'. npa to act as an organ of con ;: ,c. :
The 'permanent court of interna ciliatioq In the settlement of Inter- F
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tional"Justice, In June of 1924. 'dealthwitt ,[. -0 ""
state di duties In connection with the '. / / )
the.MavremaUs _Affair with the '.applical >n of ,articles! of the. peace :. 111 /:;' "7'A j I FRIDAY AedM '
'Creekand British"l'oTernmentl as treatlet concerning the jurisdiction l ,,1 :
parties ,before the .court; a dispute of the I tier and the European Danube "
,; between Greece and Bulgaria and I coi ISlilons.I onC/h
the|quesllon of St., ;Naonnv involving I The I alth or anlzaUo In the .
'the'frontier'between Serbia and Bul I Ii
garta. Feb. 13th at the above hour this lucky
s < C a ;, International Law ; .I;. Friday, on 1:

Important' progress was made In oridan'cluxe'Flo'rida day in the Majestic Town of Arcadia
th-*domain ol international law a. :
committee' of expert: representing,f, 4 i !
5 'ihe 1 principal legal systems of thewsrld !
: being' constituted for the purpose //cluxe'Flo'rida Train HORNEY BROTHERS'Famous
., ol drawing-np a provisional list The Nation'sSwtmmin
Jjrf these subjects of international law. f| Suit' To Chicago-St. Louis t
regulation; of which by Inter-
- jpatlonal. agreement would seem dIM THESUIT THAT CHANGED ".i Preferred by those who appreciate real travel ; Twin Auctioneers
sirable and ,realizable at' the present BATUNG TO SWAVVAVOBithing : comfort. All-steel equipment of the most

moment.' -' i I :: modern, design embodying every known device l oft'edorsale
., r [.A..yRaof questions relating tot Suits- 'i for comfort and safety. A solid Pullman ii Will J"J"ii
a {heeprotectlon of minorities was dealt I : train. Valet and maid service. Observation,
4 ? .with(',by the League during the year. for fie entire family. club and dining cars. 1 : ., '
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succeeded; in settling the Question of 8e our Arcade Ar St. Iran II:!$ II
te\.CeraaB..settlers I ia ,Poland | I window.) : ti., I 1i!! } 13 choice business lots in the heart of the< city. I ;
'4jAa jrea\J1:: of the coming into 1 ..
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force of the treaty of Lausanne and 1ii'j i ;; One brick front garage, 40x90 feet, concrete floor, t;

?=' the 0'( jjkha.protection treaty of of minorities Sevres concerning, the pro- ,i Hie Heitman lS' Ie. i ..' cement sides, metal roof, lot 78x150 feet. i '. ;

- 'yisfta?, contained _In treaties 1' frame dwelling two stories two baths
these Cl+ing Company III' 1 !nine-room ,
i with Ii
r Blaarities-regard'ware;to' placed the protection under the oft I I I.a Dependable observation aH year can-on train-Pullman time arrivals., dining J 1- : < ; I 1 I l! sleeping porch, not 78x150 feet, one block from business .

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Lv Fort dyers ':45 L" !II-' .
L* isct.o.viae 1I:8e! : s.s.
:t ; ; "'r.6I. Leis _,.7:M L.. 1 1 five-room bungalow all modern conveniences a : -
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..?.-ft. fM .'.,.'tti..,$ct.Isla Mi *wn tlr. fsldcf call .a 't write it: : ., real l little lion e, also four adjoining lots right close to
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1. a. fair ground.1 /
i ; .. t1 311,Stovall BmWi.fc Tara. PlaridaJi"1 .
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," 1f "t Insect Forty Acresin II! ; If you are not in Arcadia on Friday. Feb 1Jlh, you

r ; nor ., ill'!, will regret it. .

n Disease H' I Ii The Arcadia '\Vomamt.Club. two hundred tropgwill ;

serve lunches and refreshments' at the :Gaw&n
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; f V.1-., .. DUSTER: ; $42,000.00t I 1 I Dingle Smalhers .,HORNEY. 5, .5

': f applying .. t Terms I I. 'Realty Co. . BROTHERS

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I C'_llar" Jonfc- -.club entartalned 'Hnnf* '"Washington i Tee A..orlatr VIENNA Feb. 11-\"lenna Is in the
yesterday afternoon .
by Mrs. Garrison not getting marrIed. Since childhood
at the beaaUfal home of Mra. It .USJettr ) throes of a conflict OUr taxes. Tile i I have suffered from stomach, and \\!
of city administration. which is Socialist I
E. Heltman In Rireralde. A delightful i liver trouble, never being able to get
holds that. the I .
time was enjoyed, and the next amusement tax I any medicine or doctor to help me. -
meeting will be held in two week BY HARRY D. HUNT National Ouard hfe twice won the levied also on-applicable theatres to and the concert radio service.It halls.I IIs I Now that Mayr's Wonderful Remedyhas SteamerEverglades f.I
Among those present were the hostess state trophy for being tho best I entirely cured me, I am anxious
Service Writer and Thursday
NBA therefore seeks to collect a tax Leaves Tampa Tuesday ,
Mrs. Garrison. Mrs, I till lard. Mrs. drilled soldier In that organization.] i to get a wife." It is a simple, harmless -
Senator Rice World War be lieutenant upon the use of radio sets In res- Arrives. Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday
Dunaway., Mr* George Dunham Mrs. .WASHISGTO In the was preparation that removes the
: ot Denver. Colo taurants and coffee houses. I EvergladesUSE
W. J. Wood Mrs. l:. C. Humpide, colonel and commandant of catarrhal mucus from the intestinal Leaves Fort MyenFnday for a
Is a gallant gentleman. the Fortieth Division School' of i
Mrs. IL B. Bannister. Mrs. H. E.Heitman t tract and the
IIU gallantry was proved back allays inflammation
Arms and later commanded the SWEDEN SEEKS JlIK SAFETY
and Mrs. Long. In the Spanish-American War. in. Fourth Infantry In the Meuse-Ar-. which causes practically all stomach, THIS CHEAP WLTER TRANSPORTATION .I
IS)*. After IT years the War Department gonae\ offensive.AGNUS (By The Associated Pre.) liver and intestinal ailments, including i: ;}.
KED ME> HERE TOMGUT Is tuning the official ,* STOCKHOLM Feb. 11.-Experiments appendicitis. One dose will con- f
citation recognizing hU gallant & Corporation-
conduct! j\, JOHXSOVS charges on a large scale are being vince or money refunded. Hunter'sDrug Florida Railroad Navigation :
The State official of the Impd. 0. Simultaneously a citation for f that he was beaten for re- carried out by the Swedish military Store and druggists everywhere '
It. M.. who were to come a few nights gallantry by- Maj. ''Gen. Franklin election by tlp bootleggers authorities in an effort to discover Foot of reland's Dock
since were delayed and unable to be tell Is awarded. of Minnesota has not created muchof the best kind of parachute. It is the Tclephon 115 for Rates
here on the date announced. Great Cell. like Means won hia award a stir bere.Coneedinlf intention of the government should
Keeper of Wampum J. B. Cox has received t>y bravery In action during the the tact that bootleggers the result of the experiments be Mecca GardensFree Sunday via, .
telegram stating that they war with Spain.' But b-died be- are In better standing with Bus Service to Everjades, Daily Except -
a satisfactory to make the carrying of
lore the 27 needed to.4ectde many members of the Senate thanIs Caxambas,
years and
'will be here tonight and all membersof on the citation had expired. The the pugnacious Farm-Labor senator I parachutes by air pilots and passengers water from flowing wells- Estero, Bonita Springs, Nales, Marco
Caloosahatchee tribe, No.: 41, and silver star material token of the it is still true that the passing OVer Sweden compul parks and playgrounds for children. 8:30 m.
all visiting chiefs are requested to award goes; to his widow charges .brought by Johnson sory. Restrictions-Insuring a home community Leavig : a. i
meet them at the office of Mr. Cox One cannot help but wonder against Representative Thomas D. Lots $375.00 up quarter Subject to Chnge without Notice I t
on First street at 7-JO o'clock: to- whether bad Means not won election Schall. eenator- lect. are hardly Pnlm-Lee I'ark has eight hundred cash balance 3 years. K. L. Jeff- ..
to the United States Senate, convincing. ("
cott Co,
night.A his citation would have come during Certainly on their face they set beautiful home! lies. Realty TAMIAMI\ TAIL TOURS, Inc.pa .
his lifetime. no such formidable case as was
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Did his election to the Senate brought against Senator Earle B. HBBBMB B eH jau>iminnii i iiac iaagB iBiii>'*.wniTTiB. W Pjj__
A THREE DAYS'COIJLftISYOIJR *. wonder single him out for special Mayfield of Texas whose election E e Illllllllllllllll lltl llllllllllllllIIllIIUIIIIIIlllllllllIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- i IIIIIIHiy!!
attention and thus speed uprecwgnitton haa just been confirmed after a
Of.b etfAs lone and tedious inquiry. :
,Dried)". Jojuuon charges that, HAVANAiT.OO i Houses ard |
a civilian soldier Means has with "Schall knowledge and con [
no mean record. In the Philippine sent.- Minnesota bootleggers were = -
f1 campaign of 18SI. In coerced Into contributing heavily
connection with which he now Is to tM congressman senatorial! $ SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE. From Fort My- ;| Apcrtment Sites |
4( DANGER' SIGNAL cited for caliantry.! he won two campaign fund ers via Palatial S. S. GOVERNOR COBU, Sailing Tuesdays and Sat
.. .. recommendations for the Congressional Th levity with which many senators : urdays from Port Tampa. Return limit ten days.
I Medal of Honor_ was three discuss .the charges Is tnfly
I Chronic cooghs and per 8 teat coIJs Issd times "mentioned In ord n- and eared by' the observation of on* JCO.70 REGULAR ROUND ,TRIP FARE FROM TAMPA.: Return limit this veek !
to serious ]lung rC dWo. You Aafctop! theta nu promoted from the ranks to a that bed *bet Schall never saw a ninety days via S. S. CUBA or GOVERNOR COBB Sailings from Offerings | .>
new with Qetr t]Lion, sa emulsified creosote commission. j jAs ,. bootlegger In his life. He woutdn Port' Tampa 2 P. Ms Sundays Tuesdays Thursdays. Saturdays.
thai is jJeasara to uler.J Croomuisioa a member ot the Colorado know ane U he saw one." Enjoy this Delightful Sea Trip. Visit Gay Havana and the won- 5 i 7 room house two baths irge corner lot close in. ,Si
is a new medial discovery with twofold ac. derful island of Cuba. ?:i 5 room Bungalow, fine flit and shrubbery house pracS
lion; It soothe and heals the inflamed .' .
1- call =I tically new.
membranes and kills the'aerw.< : For Information descriptive booklets, tickets and reservations
Of all known drag, creosote 1s recognized > on any A. C. L. R. R. Ticket Agent or; J. G. Kirkland. D. P. A., Ilills- E I 5 room Bungalow new, mdern finished, 10 minutes walk :
Lr the medical: fraternity as the NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS boro Hotel. Tampa. Phone 3232: L. S. Scott T. P. A.. Care A. C. I* ::I just off Boulevard. Gootterms. .=

_ 'chronic greatest: coughs healing and.:erIC colds,for and the treatment whet form of for advertisements for: the Fort Myers Daily Ticket Office,. Tampa. i' G room Bungalow, moder near Edisons home, at a bar- _'= .

of threat and Inr: troubles. CreomuJswn i ghoul later, o'clock Mon- =I gam. '.=
Press be in the office not than ten on P. & 0. } p
Steamship Company
contains, in addition to creosote, whej days, Tuesdays, W dn.eSdaysridays and Saturdays. For East Fort Myers facing!:.ee County a dandy Bungalow, = r
elements sootlie .
i healing ahich and heal the! = .
Inflamed; membranes and lap tlus.irritation Thursday's paper it should be in ,the office not later than 1 i Extra large lot. =' 1

and inflammation ..hllo the creosote gees I 8 o'clock in the morning, and preferably on Wednesday eve- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuil! I 'I j For information write wire | :i
SB to Uia stomach; : is absorbed into the ning Copy coming in' later than these' hours can only be accepted or me
Hjod. attacks the seat of the trouble sad subject to possible Insertion tin the following days. I | W. E. FUTRVL "REALTOR" ;F 3
destroy the germs that: lead to consuictUoa. )- FISHERl\IEN'S'LODGE\ f :
In Palo de Leon
Creotnnkloa I Is sI
cuarantecJ I3ti:>!actory in
the trealmeut of ctirometoa-bs and ciilia., | Captiva Island, Lee County, Florida jj Fort Inters Florida ''I i ,
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broncbiaT sikaia, catarrhal bror.chili*and : ..
Kber forms'ot throat and lung< diseases,and -- : Situated in the midst of America's most famous fishing : -Tiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_ I I I!111111111111111111111111111111111111111111NLBoulevari "

;ddt rxccUent er tha for Oil LuiUlmj:'Money up refunded tIne system if after any ," : grounds-, Captiva, Bed Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. .= ,
CMgh or edd. no nutter of bow Wg stand- ; := Modern Motet"wlth :alT conveniences. Rooms single or in

lag is not rriiCTed.*fier taking acovdmg Kelly Quitting Business = ruite with private, baths. =_
to directions A.k 5
your druggist Crco.mubuon :: =
Co. Atlanta Ca.; (Adt) : '= Subdivision : p
s Good Guides, motor and rowboats ? EI

..., -- Right Away E I availabde. .Moderate\ rates_ *\

.t'i,,... Fixtures and tobacco stocks going | G. A. WESTER; Manager\ 1 .,.. | Lots ; I

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; | Send.r'IllBstrate4! .F.Wer-;"- 't. = T."
regardless of price. Come in and : tare

},: see what you need. ,. 5=s: -P. 0-,-.and. Telegraph.4ddress I } .;M-t, _- Fo.rtr, "'" .-.y.,d.Florida,_... === tube offer for sale commencing; ',Tf 1

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KELLY CONFECTIONERY is on the Lee (County Boulevard, the. 1. x;-,

it itI ; 230. 1st. Street COME TO: lots are 140 andlGO feet deep and, have::, ::-:
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of ( 90 feet each.- -
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I NAPLES .ON, THE. GULF. .. in price .f ran '$475 to $800. This -'
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t. subdivision is }Heated on the Boulevard!
I# I MORE\ RIVER FRONT I '. ', ". :, ',' ..And Enjoy ,v.LJ .j, M: i
; in front of Roy Palm Park with Rus-;
A Delightful :tIotel.S9ftVater in the
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Look at this three-fourth mile river front, directly = Bath Heat .
:s across the river from Fort Myers. A real buy at the = !" Steam\ phone 521. ? *-- I f
l % $ 1i
; s price. Terms.Ten : = Lovely Solarium (i

SWIMMING-;4the _=== $2.OOper acres acre.Bungalow. just outside. the city limits-a' pickup at === Surf, Bathing, .Excellent; Golf. Seminole Realty Co., Inc. t :"' iI i

= = Music and Dancing'ai .w
invigorating >ear- : ; 1it..
= in East Fort Myers\ -just finished = I
of Florida 9r
[ Ihound sport = rooms, plastered, Good place to live. Small cash payr Wonderful Fishing: and: Shooting Ncr Location ; : ..
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5 men balance like rent = ,. \ .
yV'Soit to suit each member <" ._ ': .. f! J, .,. 'p

-1 fd- of the family. I== Twenty acres close in. Just off McGregor Boulevard i= ; ;langford BJd{!: 230 First Street' : F

Adjoins subdivision.. $1,000 per :acre with easy = ?'' (._ -
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-- : .; IuESsoiA I| IL A. Henderson. & Son, Proprietors = Land suitable for subdivision or in- r be surfi of jts purity. '" i
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:Your demands j/\ .
/ csor 11 I" Cash and Carry means lots to. you by vestment ,' 3 such pi+cautlons. "':$ :!I we.

l | saving in your grocery account: : i We have clients waiting who'will buy I Youvp= ; find ours unusual -- ; u T -?.. FUl

Aura t'IZ'u, ,+ I Buy at the Big Cash Store, pay cash a from 10 acres to 50,000 acre tracts. __ : } l1! clean and, .free fromsedimett : i'r. POE Aiw

1 and save,the expense of truck delivery. s q.1 = ImpurItles'4.. g> Ft sit

Land located in Lee County. of+alllds.! : f1 5; ) g:

; 1 We will our selling price on- 5 _" Our ?
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'. are aura thai 700 I many, articles when you ,trade with us, pay : *'' ;:. .: U* %i" f v: w ::
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: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES ''naillnaitttlttYlHHtI111111ni1it111111l11111t1inlltlnnllil 11amuunttninrllllntuu: I I Cat. Has :doll 1 er Sl. : l { says' 1 CIUI.LJ: : wnitttf4' T@ti. t'? :'J.-;: "'", i!

\ 704 First Street
SIZE OF TYPE YOU ilittilitlllla.iilhlii.iitintiililitittilltttinEra. t 1 ,
SELECT UlllmnliUllIIlIUUUlUlIIlIJlIIlIlIllUllll1] C. '; ; "\

1 etc. 1zJ counting/ the words. Include the wcrda "For Rent "Wanted-- -Harry C. Klaeely. of Chicago, is'! ::!. It. C. Blownt. wife of the I t ,! Hours 9 to 12; 1 to 3:3* ;
C- Include ; 180 he name and address or box number.pt n Fort Myers. :! county clerk of Charlotte( county Primary Department, 1 to 3 p. at. .t.
type in;* this: 1 cent :. I II. a ,
a word for each
day. the of her I
---- was; here yesterday: guest 1 ,z
8-pt type ijke this. 2 cents a word tor each day.: -; R. Churchill, of New Orleans I j' brother H. A. Robbins! and family. I II Ii Ii II { :{ "

8-pt t type like tMs: :3 until Cord for carts day. 'a here on business. t I --- .' 1 i iI

10-pt typo like this, 4 cents word for each day. Judge ;J. Fenimore Cooper. of ; ; 1

10-pt type: like this 5 -W. R. Ilarm n. of B1tffalo. X. Y, Pants Cords and CUorgo. was ir I -
cents a.word for
each -
1 MINIMUM: day. i y spending a few; clays here Fort Myers yesterday taking a look ''I I D3. W. K. 61ACE ::

.-. i No avrrti&eJ\lt will RATE 4- ,. over the dry of Palm*. Physician!: : and Ssrgeon .
.- Inserted K>r less than 25 cents for first 4 ;
: Insertion. -I* F. Iii of OrliDte.: ia here --=-- .s t Office! 15-16 Earnhardt Bid*< ;

ALTERNATE DAYS tsday. : -Mr. and Mn. J. A. Dare and House! 117 Woodford Are. \ >.

: 1-% Advert!acme>Sle ordered lo run on alternate' days will be charged Mrs. T., C. Dentoa of ClorenUle) Va. :}I Telephone! S3-Office 2 rings \...

a 1 tent per word fa &d.l1tkn to the regular rate. on 6 point type ADd -0. P. Workman,, of OWahaw are in Fort Mvers for an extended L i house 3 rings :
cent word
ODothu atxes City is here fire f| winter. rtatt. ,.
4 : .
cash'n: ---..---- I r

t -u, Notlce-.No iv.Card of advance -Mr. and Mr% & IL aaU < Thanks" or "Resolutions-!! Inserted for less i
than 11.00. Painfteld! X. J.. are here for .a visit Mrs. Best and Mr. 8h w- I

For rou I cross mother. left this morning for r j Dr. Gee. MasganaVETERINARIAN .,
J own protection,'tea* advertising In correctly type- ..,.tt''r'q t
; written. This paper Is not repoasbe! for mistakes In advertisements -Mra. C. D. ivmtlee, of Fort SHI. short visit at the Tampa Fat" :. "' t I .
telephoned In. Okla., are here for the winter. J" ". ,-q,: :'. ;;-i;
W. ,,- It rr ench and American Graduate
i i'_ __ -J. Scanland. aHntendcit I
-F. C. Duncan of Everglades wA4 of the Jab department of the Praia / :24; years practice

-; FOR SALE WANTED here yesterday.R. and. Mrs. Scanland returned early lY i t 819! Anderson Are. '..

this morning from a two days visit .

For Sale-Rough lumber direct from WA\TETVW. or VTMtresassV App W. Gaunt and J. C. Dreman. of to Tampa.Mr. !
i-: the sawmill to Job anywhere In !y Poinsettia Oaf 2-7- FayettTiU Tenn. are here for a i

and around Fort :Myers. See ns bet WANTED.-W!; !h.baby .-.t'; short stay. and Mrs. ;J. D. Parker and ii i

fore you buy.: WhItaker &; Clifton 12 inchc-o. Abe juUtsator, J'lt4.ItL Florida small sex, !>>aglas. were at Naples
Sea t&
She! Co XomUr II Arcade. 2-I--*c
Auto Exchange. 1-7tfc. -Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brown of betel Taeaday evening where Mr. A. U Whit.. MADniCB ATREB8

WANTED-Woman or girl fee Kite...- Pulaski. Tenn., hare arrived In the Parker had a bashes engagement & :. R Je-ne -i. i For S Restaurant "**' l Hy- Lunch Restaurant., COVNTY; KNGJNKBR1XO: CO '
doing splendid t.lreApply. of Palma to spend the winter. :
'. business. First Z-t-StC. City with the Naples Improvement Co., I f.vit iJ Structural Engineers t ",
'' Only reason for
selling and the hotel. I Con.u'ttngRr.frin.rrs; I on Drsinace,
owner's desire to leave the city. A \V'A."TE1J-1Iba alta Springs Apply to grub to fe9 U. acres M. HeHn at $o-. WilUam A. Riley and family. of Or.i.emi' and l Str."tural Work
snap. Box 10%. Press. I Fort Myers fwtda.We .
care ltfc. % Dearborn hitch: are here for at leasta
-Mr. and Mrs Lawrence E
tir FOR SALE 1 sawmill complete .A.l\/TEr-Profoatonal/ book reviewer. part of the season. Stewart, of Brooklyn N. Y.. S'lss! I
wanes 10 revstw liuokx for dubs Pritwless ____ t'
cheap, or in parts. Also sawmill: Offfico.go out of to.... Has 11 -Mr. ands.. IL E. Lewis of Frankie: Stewart. Miss Laura: Stew lrt
ti.-: In operation. Plenty timber. ;J. L. It-lJ tt. :and! l G. 1::. Jones, motored to Tar.ipatoday I
Rocky Mount. N. &, are here far a .
i.t Clifton Auto Exchange. 3-29-litc WANTEITo bay or roil: tnby -oiyi.i -' to attend the Sooth Florida! : ... 3
';' Dora C.311.WANTEDBy. WOB&vuv' W Heoond' t-ll-3 Street ahort stay.K. I Fair. They will spend sereral diyr ':. ::. I H. Clawson ,
r' < FOR SALE 2 5-room new bungalows p. l
In and arw ml Tampa.Mr. .
1 on 60x150 lots. 1 3-4 miles \ permanent -peojle, E. Edwards, wife and children I I .: Residence Builder ) "

;oj; < from post once $2,500. Some bar. small house have come from. the north \o spend 5 : .;:*Jl: .
galn.I.; L. or apartment furnished a few pleasant weeks in Fort Myers. I I -: and Mrs. J. B. Palter, their / 215 Park Ave.
Clifton Auto
; Exchange. 'unfurnished.. Mast be clean i two eon*. James and DoMlas. ac- I;
J ; l-23-12tc: and reasonable. Box 110 Press Office' companird by Miss Margaret Eenterson 11 a .

O'!> ... FOR SALE BY OWNER:- % ....%-Il-3tP j -lIr. and Mrs. R. A. Vogel of I ( motored to Tampa V/ednee.lay' "* acres or Columbus O. are here to spend the aSernocn to attend the Shrine Dorothy EJUn ol1o called "jazz slayerfcccauae she killed her mother in
>-., 30 : ceremonial -
lots I
of mile from depot in WANTED-Man with long experience -: season in tho City of Palms. there Tl Pr3day: and y'et! the as argument over dancing, and bashed about it. She doe* '1 laugh at iiiiiimiimiiiimimimiimiiiiiniiiHiir'2j"Build { c
; 0' the little city of Immokalee. 41 feet I the cat. She thinks the cat has her
wants mother's soul I. she tells
I grove or 'private ,iome prison
:. above sea level. New fire-room to care for. nest of references. -Charles A. Docrr, and Charles I Cscparilta carnivalSimon oOdaie, So she pets -Nig" and feeds !him. .. With Brick"j! t f.

.house. Some bargain. JltOO. J. L. IIS care-1'ress.!! l-28-12tp Weber of Portsmouth 0., are new I .'

:. 1 f- Clifton; Fort Myers Fla. l-31-12tc WANTEDTo rent or,lease for year arrivals. ton-Stores Rosin at Arcadia(uuBlleb Fart :;Jyra"01-, paHlla Canley left Island this with morning Boca Grande for ou-as !, German Schools Report I| J. C. McDonald | \ i.

:->:! FOR SALIc- Eoo and 'JO per month will furnished or'unfurnished home. Tj'aucbuU and Mulberry, is here in their ultimate destination. WhIle Registration Decrease'!'
,, bur a modern five-room bungalow on -Mrs. M. A. Me Adow, of Punta j n General BicVlajer, ;5 '. 3 t ,
Mast hare modern conveniences and consultation with his partners Joseph gone Mr. Canley win arrange for the 5 and I t ,.
in Fort
Washington Gorda and Sarasota: was My ;
t ae in desirable 'neighborhood. In answering business. : and Emannnel! Stern. Mr. Rosin initial trip of the seasled which Is to I j = Cefilrattor jiZ ,)

FOR SAU5-\vho v nts this Make state location number of ers yesterday on 'is one of South Florida's progrestivecHliecs make the ran between the island and(I LEIPS1C Feb. 1L-Educational = = 1( of

::; cash ort..lchtr: scn1_ county and rental. Best references! and the man who made the the mainland at Fort Myers. I statistics! for German universities Z= Brick and Tile Bungalows SS t
tFlorida east 1-! of northwest l-l ot Sec rooms -County ;lade; Frank Morgan of .
; lion 14. Township 41 mange ::. Write! ind ample Fidelity Bond. Address Fort Myers women's clubs the ? covering a period of ten years show a Specialty E j .t I I
; Theodore JaiobMen. ttU:! .. Everglades. is in the city for a day offer regarding the 2R, '" .
N. Kamnm I erous Langford = = "
I ; I-I; an increase of women students !
jox 205:; care Pres.tf -I ; a t
eett Cbicaco, Hknola two. 5 ",
ave. S6tp or residecoe.FT Why: not build substantially ,
I. j falling! off in total enrollments, and {i = = "
:- BY 6\V>En- JJ acres land almost ready to move into the : r-rs
18\nf1W" ; LOST 1 I new a neglect of the ministry.The Box 937-Fort Xyen, H : t ;
Citrus Grove. J acres 5 year -Mr. and Mrs. ;J. D. Darkley, of : K: j -
Rovers who Is bt9pkkeeerfor baOding he has erected :
; old Tangerine, balanc 15 arrea mixed Lawrence. ; I recently torj I women of today are about twice mllllllUllmHlilllIIlIIHPIIlI1lIllUKmii f t
here for the win :
3 ., Grapefruit OrmnR' and Taneerinea. are the Valdosta Ga.. Times, which> I his raercanti! business lie has prepared -{ ,
I as nmnerooa as they were in 1914 ti
Good five-room dw.Tlinp L*>ST -White femaA. foxSerrler.) -Trixte. ter season.Mr. :
on hank of thirteen'years
t. .:. JUcke,,'. Creek 1-4 wile from Boulevard, ." Reward 61 i Second St. 2-11-ttc' ; I position I he has filled for ?\ I rooms for a hotel in erecting ;7. '7 as against M66. After the war ...
- 'Alva Is here the guest of his brc.th-I I, the building He is going to sen his I II 4., i '
!J-OST-Dot.,.es.i. onlt4 Springy and and Mrs.\ A. C. Hammitt, of a large number at young people -I y \ -; tA tI
--- D 0. Rirers. lie t he is forty-acre farm the SamrlUe-Olga '
;x' 4 FOR SALE 22 loot motor boat, Xaple four Walker hounds. One I AppoUo. Pa. here for extended er. ; says I on j rushed blindly to the schools mazy I .
unusual an
; are r
white. Won ranch tfceAhere e1IJu8tie I root aIM concentrate
dQx: Impressed! with .eo his activities Hoffman Bros. .
;JI.reJ: : :::0.. of them unfitted lar-nnxaorsUy: work;;
engine and clutch. Come ,+ and te- visit ;
t_ plete equipment JYU1. ilsmanftfrats. an1 Ut.,4J, 'ens*reasrdr black for white theMwH.and tap 4.ma. .. ". -.,; : :and. the ,* tifulseenery. '=troPieal!I entirely to his Samviile business. ,taxs hv aw' 4epartrt and nttendance -< I Cealretere and Randers ,.uhbl .. f :II"

i Fine condition: : Btrgaln! ot J375.0Q W.Nt'tear."oe'Naplee'lntef.') 2yll-BtA: -Mrs. Roy Payne and }Irs. Wallace I I : ts becoming normal. Medical Eseffd AveFort -
MoWey. of Punta Cords Ms* thest *teal sehMls report
Phone in
I t 281. 296tp. lX>-r- totwef'n Fort Slyer Earle. were PLOW UNCOVERS Mltrs, Florida
Ii \:;, w new Flrectoawlialkion tire for I-'ord the city yesterday.Mrs. : -Mrs. P. Btleher Is enjoying a' great declines, the attendance today
FOR SALF.-.I haul the best bay tolona i car. .>1i>d khstir.lave--at'Telephone i, SOLID GOLD
visit from her sister H.}I.Cocfcrell :; beteg less than half what it was ten
r : ;< 'f' district. 664;foot Water fronUKe:;office S lirnhardt r idg\ ., for reward. JiUla1tab.
\ IS room hous,;J lowing .wells; Mutant Ztp.>> Frank" Mellon of Pittsburgh. rf Dayton Ohio. The }wo years ...0.COL. > i
fI' ; :. bonne barns .; .Tho rp>tt-buiWfaga; .t '
Pa. and Miss B. of ladles this week taktet In the'
.5- : 29 1ft file dntnrd U Stites. ][ are I \
arrea urea ; acre ralm-Lre lark has aj eighty footboolewrdjxparkrd
c"..1, t '';- IB cultivation: : 1-4 mil. off har-Uurfaced New York, were visiting Fort Myers :! South Florida Fair at Tampa: This : PLEVEN, Bulgaria.1 Feb. 11.Two Dodd Roofing Co. ",
',, ..
; >' .' road. JO.OtIO-Stooo. ea h' balance on ; In the'centerfilth > :I brothers, plowing a !field to it .
'' yesterday. -.e\i\ I[is Miss CotkreU's first Plait t. Fort plant
US :
f; > terms, yearly paynwrits. Tfcls prk-e will Royal Palms reaching from )It'- atiBorn ; : : I All kinds of roofs applied, repaired
"iJ-r.. ..r, advance within Iiday. Now la the ; i! )Myers and she is ranch InpreusedIwlth i to t craperteee. recently turned up and paiated."e do it '.
".; :, time to buy. See m. at one. E. :J. RelL Uroror boulevard! to tbe Tamlaml to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ;1.1 I the beauty and pasnibfMttM of some heavy objects that to their ignorant j header chest aremon eui17 ,,:.
5 riRht. ti
better known "Uncto l-9-'tr.v
as 1'Ied. fraiL
; S-IWfe treated withVICKS-
(,1\\' --- Swain at Lee Memorial hospital a !I! the city and may decide to become a eyes seemed like gold. They j I externally 213 Lee St. Phone M4 3t
Yg, < FOH"8ALBNew"s rins: cot and pad. fine boy baby Saturday night. Mr. |!'resIdent of the City of Palms. were vases and statuettes. 15 in alt
:: : Cheap. lei' Cottage street. Z-S-3tp. FOUND I ; -
# '{ :1-.s. Swain is cierU: at the Bradford hotel i To be on tin safe side the two men t '

: : ., .*'. -"*FOR a\LE-Br utUul lame completely i and is rceeirtag the congratulations |j -Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wolfe. Mrs.C. .gathered I op' their fads and disap -
KOUND-GoW tuff link
furnhAed. Threet b ths, nine rooms 1 9tLtfio de
'1 r f- four ares, fear hundred feet! waterfront Leon barber anti, Owner can have of his friends. ) Uaria. L. W. Gates and W. A. I peared. Our Jo dir Attention '
Special '
,,,. five hundred foot dO<'k. Servant. none by acrlVBS| : t>rop ty .ami pay- II. _
.;i c Chouse, WUI Ire for IBis Ad. i-10c :-- barter 'Kf. { '
Y five room. yacht and tender. --' : -mac' = I IIlr This shop Pays specUiaUen- .
1. ypelt for twenty-flv thousand. Located at --- tlo" to 'om..n .n"
,,,q1:_ < :'' Punta Gorda. Address it. U Wlae. Hotel Talm-I Park has hard.sarfaced! (1>!li.Hh; lair! Cote { \

'*,c i':;il '. Gray stone. S- -6tp. < Street? five foot'cement ';ld "aIlt.!, 'i I III The New Barber Shop ;J

::01"";; 1'OR SALE-Cheap-Complete outfit Clectrld I lights- and water en eirryhomcslte ABUrea t .*.... Tr..ft. 'i
... 'f ttt First htreetG. ,..
" '-., for housekeeping, bedsteads> :-10-tfe. i' !
j Rrt
' : ..I c fprln s Distresses *Q stove, dresser! I _
} white, machine dining table, MISCELLANEOUSPalmLee\ hs
-1'JJ-l ,, good r o
: S chain! refrigerator, \ew EdL".... ranf' Ii A. LONGDRAKE, JL D. '
at 123 Johnsen st Jfr g-io-!tn. l'ark ban already Interested i
erer one handred Fort JRyers Temporary office tat
t III' I litave You.

FOR: SALE feet In B?nidirowood bWNBlt! -Park Two Maui JoUSOxHO sites people! Tiho bare purchased S borne.2-10-1 Bough residence 897 2nd. St, ""i

'. M. Hu I-I0-6t s.
..,: $' J'orb'era. Mrs. M ey Boars; 11-12-2-4 .

i ron'3A\.M w Trade-8ta enl lan4.Y. N tIWatkine fompmny wants man to veil If
tot lee x 1W, U.04I! or-trade for guns Home neeeeaities In Fort Myers.
".e4 ea*. Write tai '%1. care PrMs, Jo't. More thaa ISA coed dl ly. Income III' YOUR LOT INlil )
,e." r tJ'ftlll -11-Ilp.. 3i-JO;; weekly. Experience unpeeemarr.Vrtt .
Dept IH The J. U. Watkins Com-
I FOR 8ALB-01M unrTsht Graad piano. nany .SI-JO; W. Iowa STS, 'Alemphla William J. Wood
rU1u Virginia Moooey, %*- Tenn. %.:'-Ztp. i
'" !-i Plea Fla. 2lltfc.FOR lil '
;- ; Primary pupil taught privately. rhone 0 0 Attorney -a .Law 'i i iA
: ,> j SAUB-Carnlnh Game eggs, It-M J74 or see Mrs J. Allison Brown. Sit ELL E'"UEs
(\, Mont- Anderson J-4- tc. t
;. ": for of IS. Mr* VT. W. avenue First and Dean '
v .4lomery./ Bart Fort )Ir.: ... Fla J-U-21P.; '. >- Cealty Betiding
: '!$
II' .
'.i y NAPLES LOTS-A few lots unsold !In : '" .\
; M new! I Boom boa- i \
f= FOR 8ALK-i-B "
> Naples will sell for cash terms \ '
_% 'i" Calo..... i. tan Fort Myers--cun- ; ; \
< boards,, cloaetcv electric fixtures etA.. will exchange for Income property in 1II '" .... V- _
Pricedt. II 1 i ilr
l Mart'be srento- bu apprcrlatwl.H. Reynolds Co.. Fort Myers.- John Jf. Bartleson at J : r ,
Terms e y-W.
2 Reasons
} :' latio.DO' Leon, Blue Front.ll3tc._. Fort Myers. Wholesale Grocery Company lill} *Why Should ,,. t ttIi 'I'I '
S ; 12-23 tfc
tIi ; .
'j FOR KXCJCAKGB: : Nice, eight-room '.
finished la hard wood Iiukavenue. 'I <
house. on i !
FOR nE Bonievard Bungalow! on Riverside. JacluonvUle. Will' GRADY FITS GLASSES t'

Stones Kellum$20.00-per Estate month.Live miles See from McClure Court a trade for Fort Myers, Inc.property., Phone Seml-1.1.11tta:;:: : I Patio ae Leon zy'. ; 1
note Realty Company
ONLY ,..
,i Wood Company, 9- -fta1uf01i 'Ij ; $25': i OWNI l -- "lJ 1 1 I

FOR Cafe R&NT-to couple, 1-1 ApplyPolssettsa Palm-lx-e park I Ii a one hundred and III :- ROYAL PAUI PAIUv i L .

t'ls'ht1ltt're citrus gATe turned Into ''f, ; ;? I Caloosahatchee .
\i 4 POH'llBNTneoms'by' day or week. I ., Bordering the 'j .
bcactliul homt'lilttl10Ut'. t ... '
-' JIlt Second corner Jiroad way. JTTlaFOB II II River. All Water front privileges ...

RENT-Verr t nIce rooms, by BOAT FOR CJL\RTER.-DaU7 or p' I reserved for lot owners. i ;

week or month. Zlfi Lee St. l-ISUe weekly: Cabin crnlatr. at Crescent ;N< a INTEREST ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS I II' See P. ED. TATEN 1v

FQH," n-taom0.t4_' SecondFOit J-IO-U street Beach Bridge Kiss Goraex. 23tc illi ; 1? Royal Palm Park Fort Myers '\ : ; -

: .:- HELP tarnished by employment y 1 t r

: IIB.NT lrr. font steeping rooms bureau; 13S First street phone \

Apply!; at Popcorn ,taad. SUJtprooms 273.. List roar needs with on. I' [ f. BUY TODAY j! FORT BUYS Jewelers 9ITTTELBT CO. <' ) I "
1 .
IhfR' RE."lT-l t l'l1blt-l: ofItviugtrtwttl 12-23 sod tfc : ; 4
aDd bath, JM I< ,
!! i 0 -:
ee2ild: l "
; : I Iij Optometrbit" and lUg. Optician: t
j ... Mecca Gardens ": 1 -
m fitted
Eyes tested Glassea

WANTED. _iiWANTEI Broad, lined streets with and Cocoanut diagonal a4d boulevards Royal- iM ij! : : Take a Large Profit on a Small InvestmentII 229 First SL Fort llyers Fla. !

,. / > Kaal goat _moD labor. Palms. Lots 1375.00 UP. Quarter cash.balance \
Al. .tt wh aN ambitious and atnMtn I j i
3 K. U ffcottReaIty II
for work years. :
WcrHv Apptyready"" .
coualy FIorid&- 11, Co. The Raymond WaysBOATBUILDING 7
broCollier t ttte..

WAAThD-Yong lady at Stonogrsppter ; BErilil5Q OP ALL KDTDSIT
use twok5p tx, eU
- Supylx8tat0. _-3.14 tfC GIn Q Ick rierrkeMlarlbe
t -' 'l'at'l@ Sod Is en the job ferPalmLee ",'::: : ,it Lar 4
Sopflles Stack
'. WANTt-D-to trade tatea blaad. !II. Y"Io :e ,'
,toxic $i.i05 tor good:: car.. Park sales <# 221 First Street I Gear C.ttln? and Machine itI
Writ box, >lt care 3'555 Myers.3tP 3 lots Ja Poi&eiana: Park. TTerk a Specialty :
J.l"' i
; All lota in Valencia Terrace. I
A. E. RAYMOND co. me( -
WA41 iD-.Old (stony' IJfe laslmncelyat'Jftuy S lots at Naples-on-the-GaU. ;

at Cktye4Ittisoi0. often Uomes- In East Fort Myers. I l -
O -
agune0 'a wider field and increased opoo > I t tT ta
writblC"ilia" woman and One house and lot on Woodford r
ll COrt..llky by "
-S .., FOET XTIJ :
iic PABLOB }
Child ylum e- a < SM ?*tlher-e.stlual:> Are, In the center of bit Myers. k
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*aatetial r quarermtwa Us4r: *....._., e f / ','
nor aa0e0Ms pillC 1W" to e4-11' as, re- All !ntcrstJ In parcltases-See Mis: Jes riper I ;
a&rde ...,. sss. whlftr. for'wulu-ike-lim.\ me at'oace 113 Hta,jT stmt LSharntMolnc .
k to ..... At the Company writes also
.PS. .....* our aeents Slave, rerrh E.',. BELL I -wltH raJa water Xa.nlaeurlnc I
!* *>Co.uny: will give Better kaswn as "Uncle 3'e4l" Faeial MUM.. / -
t\- very I .wjnjlaslo contrtu-t tdlt'ei H. D J Dos 113 6aatQ Ott a Bpeetaty
0d'' -
wft Home Ortito, ,a, p
,t 3-l0.lp. Wet. Idea ot AJ1.tcl.-c..l -
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ivTTT ftOV. FEBBORT: 11, 1S3_
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t ECONOl\IY--- -- GERMAN\ RAILROADS OUT FOR i f Mecca Gardens. fA f-
. ECONOMY AND MORE\ Here's Basketball Giant 1 complete residential suburb!-1"

COOLIDGE AND LORD DEMAND I PROGRESS AND GOOD PROFITS Business center. parks, lake, swimmtrK ;:
____ _..... i : pool.! L"t! ':t5.iI<)> 11)). flUrt .1
Br Charles F. Stewart- wilt not care to be associated with 10. I I tnT Tile As.*cU4 Puss- One o- the dirocto-'i i::1 uc: : iisi* is rash. balance 3 years K. L. Jeffeott
1 WASHINGTON Feb. 11-X ext I him and certainly he doesn't want I BERLIN Feb. 11.-German ratl-i to make the I;112 pro'.- be; enough to Realty Co. _' 1MISERABLE +
under President Coolidge, It becomes them associated with him. reads, now freed of government control -\ ____
r take care of their share: of the reparations -
I trident that Brig. Gen. Herbert M.i Nobody Imagines that congress Is I and politics are considering Innovations I t.
bur 1e and be rs confident
Lord will be the real power at the going to like the presidential pro- 9 and Improvements., Under'the : r ,
head of the executive branch of the gram, for it means loss of patronage, general superintendency of Ro- Ibis tan be done Ifs baa: a tree head when --1
government In Washington during I. but politicians agree that it Is a dolt Oeser formerly minister of 'I to run the system oa s'rvtly business stomach and liver are..t'
the ensuing four years assuming that i I'policy It will be mighty hard to op- aer rp- ::, transportation careful study Is being principles. He has dismissed out of order. i; J
he t I made of the needs and comforts of f :
continues as budget director. pose 1rr WKoos- -
{ 300,900 men whom he consideredsupertlaosai Py pops; :a. indtgestHin,
Subject to presidential approral.:I passengers, the increase of speed, the I ; railway officials no rexit'nation and laziness ; I'
his authority will be nothing short of maintenance of safety, and a proper qu,tkij: ruined vnthChamberlain's
longer hold their jobs for life Ht ia
1 dictatoriaL lie Are You All Run Down? of
baa served notice + 1iYaY margin profit.
t sx. catering to toe business of the coun- Tablets
I that he Intends -to exercise It up to When the tourist season opens next I '
tries surrounding Germany which;
J the limit. :May, overseas passengers will be feel
Many Pert Mj"" Folks Hate Felt iwaJr need the German lines for tr. !n.,< :i-; Take two tonight and you w2l
.Theoretically each cabinet member / ...Yt.: w1lt1 able to take a through train from the I food tomorrow. 50 for 25: cents. '
will remain supreme In his own department That Way docks at Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven meet purpo < s. 5':1 f.fartfrr .
but practically the budget ( ,,, for Berlin. Thus will a pre-war. service I ---- .
director will be chief of all of them. Feel all out of sorts! be resumed. Wireless telephones -

That Is to say, he will fix the Tired achy blue, irritable have been installed on the I ::? Z ,,=, ...
Back lame and stiff! :
amount of each departmentmay
money trains: between Berlin and Hamburg
I It be the story of weak kidneys I I
hare on which to run. This con may Frankfurt and Munich. :II I '
trol. In effect. is absolute The average speed of German t I 1 fs
Of toxic poisons circulating about
If the director disapproves departmental -
any trains before the war was 415 miles
policy all he has to do Is Upsetting blood and nerves. rt.s, t.. an hour, and Germany always has
to cut off the funds necessary to car There's a way to feel right again. enjoyed the reputation of fewer having
Help your weakened kidneys with c
ry It out v e accidents than any other country In t 3e
The president alone can veto such I Dean's Pills-a stimulant diuretic.Doan's Y r .v
i the world. In 1924 the speed averagewas
cuts and inasmuch as be Is keeping I' are recommended by many 34.7. but Director Oeser is confident
General Lord in office especially to Fort Myers people: this will be increased in 192S.::!
make them it is a foregone conclusion -i Claude Bethel R. R. Fireman,"The 353 To this end there will be extensive :: : im

that by his him veto power Infrequently will be exercised or-I i, Jackson constant St.Jarring Fort of Myers the engine says:weak- improvements to tracks. Engines sr.
very and rolling stock already are satia-
not at all. I i ned my kidneys and brought on attacks + I'| I
1 of kidney complaint. At timesI ,1 factory, the director asserts.I .
The recent gathering at which .
President Coolidge: sounded the econ-I could! hardly get on or off the engine I|' The German railroad system emI -
the ploys about 800,000( men. There are
because of such misery in
omy keynote, of his 1925-29:! administration -
11,2"0:; railroad stations ::,000 miles
small of my back. The kidney secretions ,
was known euphoniously as a
passed too often and burn- of track. 106 construction shops and
meeting between himself and
"executive and administrative em- ed. I used Doan's Pills from Hunters 3 s sS 3,237 administration offices

ployes of the government Drug Store and" they quickly rid !{! F .
In reality it was an assemblage ol me of the attack.
the cabinet members, called together 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
hear t Co. Mfrs. Buffalo N. Y. INCOME TAX COLLECTORA C'r.
by the government's, head to -
Y ry' ,
what is expected of them, and to y ?
i SUNDAY SCHOOL deputy collector of Internal r _
learn that the only alterative to real- 0
ising such expectations Js to quit.It I revenue will be in Fort Myers on l
wee 'significant, that the president February ISth, 14th, 15th, 16th l F -A a It
delegated to General Lord the and 17th, for the purpose of assisting ::3c' fjc: t
duty 'of putting the actual warning j Daughters of Wesley Sunday i M N taxpayers in filing their income -
Into words. I School class enjoyed their ,usual z tax returns for the year t-{ ,'b fY 4
Among department heads there monthly outing at a steak roast at 1921. which are to be filed on or y I
has been srfme Inclination hitherto to the marl pit Monday night. before :March 15th, 1925: '
complain to the chief executive! of the I By the time the coffee, steak and Taxpayers will be told at the I
financial restrictions placed on them toast was prepared by the men, post office where the deputy collector I

by his budget manager. "Cheese par- with Elam Kelley acting as chief Prtr entiiip Geuree Kci ned%, claimed ,o I.e the tallest basketkl'l c:n.c- may be found In Fort :My trwrnsararaes.a.ascr
Ins," .the fetter's methods were call- cook:: the girls had spread the pickles.' in the *anw George fetar.de feet Id inches utxi is a nu-mKr er t.e era.I
olives and salad. i, CluUicotbt (Ho.I B'Jncs < 'I. < ,,loiniei A, :. .ng with Kinn-:* n I
ed.The Captain Utraard. a cit-IAOU:, ulu ear4. up a* a nklgel U-XUP tltiiant -- ---...-
Those who did to the ... _
Justice spread
complainants received their 2"M
., .. .... a ,
ina MUU .. -- .
answer collectively. Not only was It I] were: Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Menge. i 1! -o-
a rejection. It was a rejection with Mr. and Mrs. Elvyn Kelly, Mr and !
i *: punch behind It I I I Mrs. Ji. W. Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. R. ':. ::1 I 1I j :
I "We hare superfluous! employes! It|i F Haaser. Mr. and Mrs. K L. Daniel; Attention I r
s.r Is unpleasant and difficult to separate I I Mr. and Mrs L. B. Lott Mr. and Mrs. "f TN the beauty and perfection
people from federal service. But It Poter Bartleson. Mr. and Mrs. Batman -
can' be done. It will be done. : Mr. and Mrs. Durance. Stella Acreage Owners I JL of the machine lies the

That, from the president, .was the Jeffcott, Clarence Green, Alice Crawford -
rejection. Frank Lett,and Olyn Martin.Flower Come in and ,. promise of excellence in its -
s But suppose the eompalnants I' We Will Take L

I big men la cabinet posts-wern't prepared Decorations en a Line*. gcfyourThe Entire Charge of I! work-the quality and ..
to abide by it? In that case, Ten thousand flowering plants an4) f ap T
they were to find out In short order ferns of varlcis kinds! are used every Platting of the
what: they could dO. General Lord 1 year for the decoration of the public : t pearance Easy Writing
conveyed the Information with brevity rooms on one of tbe big transatlantic T Organizingand
I is of
and force"fcollomla.or- i' liners I' Royal assurance perfect .

t other: banner. That's enlist how under'aa he put- SEPTIC POISON titifldsi is d shtier t.- Selling .', work, quickly and easily done /

it. The president. won't even be argued .

'. with. cooes from infection: of cuts,scratches, Your .
:' Whafs more, the pressure for insect bites, flesh wounds and everyday Acreage
I .f
economy will Increase. The president bumps and bruises. It is lerious, '!- %
: expects reductions during the cur- dangerous and deadly. in I. -- ,
( : rent year, further reductions during 1XCARBO prevents septic poisoning. '. LotsCommission VDViJ ICIE> t2Wk
,''. :;' the folkwing year and still more and It kills all germs, relieves the_pain,
ii!> ''tt;. '. _i.... more reductions after that. Economy cleanses and heals quickly. Don't i r lss
? T Is going to be his central vital policyas neglect! the slightest scratch or cut
I but use I4CARBO.BETTER Basis Trade I
long as he Is in office. .
He takes It for granted that those THAN IODINE TYPEWRITERComjan ---
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