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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: March 6, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00079929:00058
 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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EAST FORT MYERS Oldest Mason MARTIN{ TO ADDRESSATfflEffiWEETOIS i Ticket to Mexico, Pleasen4r' Padlock Startles Prohibition New York SAMMY HALE'S DASH 'f'fI



\WILING TO HELP FlORIDA'S' EDITORS ''M.. ';; : I NEW By YORK Tie" Associated March Press.-.Prohibltou ) -,I GIVES YANIGANS 7-6 i ;,3

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<: PLANNING[ [ BOARD .; ':; ;Y'i. i ery United Buckner States who District launched Attorney a sensational Em-- WIN OVER REGULARS: .

: ;,.','"> ,I prohibition law enforcement I 1.'

: drite last night, four days after taking i
Hans. .?ef Mala. Body te Be Flared feafer-,re WP1l l'e H>:ar From :" office. I:..Scores From second Oa TntttUI o.t',.

Before femmnatty .tern.. r.lver"Ity 1'"n'lI'1'!' nelolltaent --:-.- 1s 1 Injunctions will be sought againstthe la Second Scrimmage I
Cre.k ITemU of fourteen fashionable I '. r
<< proprietors Fair Grenade! .
k restaurants, the evidence having ,
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Tie daU.* cf the planning! and C: i '';111.1r: I .:,.r-* f ,a\fi .' !, been gathered by men who spent By JOHN J. NOLAN:!

toning committee represent: the not John W Martin has accepted an ; t v I $1.500) of the district attorney's own Philadelphia, Newspaper eo..Dedeafo'with
civic clubs of Fort Mye-s. wan the tai itaton! to nerr, 1' the editors of r. .4 ''I money in their Investigations; of the Athletics .
subject' discussed at Thursday eve Flor'dT! who will! convene here! for I Ii I establishments that may be padlocked t.
; ning's meeting of the Fort Myrs conferenceon
their! forty-second annual
Visitors to the fair grounds 7-
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>planning board In the Fort MyersRealty March 16-23! it Is announced by W.
nttrd'. off'r'! .g In the 9'!' sbnlldln r .Arnold b1].'D"S8 rwnsyer of the IFIRST terday afternoon got a surprise wkcn

e *. .1nr4t11e!!! Sun 'and P"0 anal: fr'en! BIG VOTE they saw the famed Robert Mooep

Colonel Halgr'm; Tf F Stovons. A ..' .1". -'t.._ '<. t. T X""I i ii p: (Lefty) Groves, southpaw pitcher of
1. Mann! md, Francs!! Pt"rrpt". ,_ I I
't i ..q1.i"' \I'h.t! t ti. tri the MhleHrs. get Hs! urf ringo slaat-
sentatltes of th. Tut Port Mrr* 4 .ji"<,, I,'r tin q. ; PERIOD CLOSES ,
all kM. AU thte
med to corners of the
board of trade were epeclal' t.uestaof ., bern trft en !re'y! with ha: It Is .
the planning board and stated Edward II. Case, 94, of Oak hark. expected: however that he will touch excitement happened in the seees.t
that ,the citizens of East Fort Myers Chicago la said to be the oldest llv- on leg'llaHoD'wblch has been fostered ON MARCH 14TH !I game series between the Reg'ulaes

were vitally interested and willingto ing Mason. He was tendered a reception by the newspapers of Florida for and lanigans
co-operate. In the planning and at his lodge. Slloom Uod(. rpTrrJ I
years
No 7SO after completing his 7Bthje. Despite the fact Groves was thaI ,
coning of a community that. would The tenitli pro,ram that has been RememberTon Get 100.WH) ExtraI
an a nieinter of the order He .
the
Tanigans' first ona-
pitcher
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be more beautiful and serviceable to Joined he order at Buagor, Me.MASQUEFAE :trrllnrft! for the press meeting places I I \ on Each Thirty Dollars
liters managed to win out in a siatitI
its Inhabitants, the' rovernnr on the program!: of FriJa I Turned i In Till That Date t
A motion was unanimously adopted an.ruo, M-rch 27. at 2 o'clock I inning rally 7 to 6, This evwas the

that a committee of three from E BAll ;r,,1 on i, ".+te'y ,following) 1'n'-beon: on count In the series at one game estek-!

the Fort Myers plann'ng board attend the un'versHy1"commons! at which the The first big vote period is only Groves cost tbe Athletics #MM
a mass meeting in East Fort editors end Governor Martin will be about one week off and to those who .
in United States not "Sjngi.
Myers to be called some night; next gmes's of the University of Florida. are just dragging along the manage- currency
week, to put before the citizens of AT ROYAL PALM Other notables who have been placed ment of the campaign would say that money. For five years kw waa. .ni e

that city, plan. for the coning and on the:! program Include Dean WaI- If they will get busy and work real leading pitcher of the Baltimore Internationais ,-.*

planning of the two communities. ter Williams of the School of Journalism bard until the first big period closes Baltimore wax kath to '

r I IS WELL ATTENDED ','nlversity of Missouri; Frank they will probably be leading the lose a t..irler'bo piteHM tfena imta
H. Jeu!'. special agricultural writer field with a good lead as the free
Col.:James E. Fecht of the North Carolina State college rotes of 100,000 on each $3000 turned a pennant each year.I .

.. To Succeed MitchellBy Hotel's Dance Poor'! Crowded With at RnUigh; J<.hn H. Perry of the in until then count very fast I However, the Baltimore masrags.
Costumes of association, and Dr. Campaigners Should Gala Lead
Gay IlappyXaujueraders American tress ment decided to give Lefty his eh.aee
"' A. A. nrphee., president of the University : I Any campaigner who gains a good ti
in
Tk. Ai *clU4 Press) the majors this year. The UJ*.
of Florida. lead at the close of the first big vote
WASHINGTON March <. The
The sessions,ot,the association,will period will no doubt be the winnerI and Chicago cubs attempted te .gjst
election of Colonel James 1 E. Fechtto The masquerade ball given Thursday % of the the first dollar his services and offered a cold sue ,.
be held In the $ 00.000 wing I Iof grand prize as one
he assistant chief of the army air night at the Royal Palm hotel asa University's auditorium and admin i It you think that all ,,. ite and trouble you're all now represents three after this period hundred thousand! without! Mlakiax
strive,' to' succeed\ BrigadierGeneralMitchell benefit to the establishment's orchestra istration building The first session wrong. Take a look : .she is considered one ofsed and when you Eton and .think It ('onul1'11;\ : wont $Mtt higher and

Secretary, was of War announced Weeks today by I I eclipsed any similar event 'will be held at 10 o'clock Thursday. M.xico's c.: > actress over you will !find that you had Groves was auctioned off to tt.' Atale'tlcs .

given In Fort Myers this season In March 2t, when the editors and students better take advantage of this opportunity .
Fecht is to his duties and
the.Ta&k of assume Brigadier-General on I the opinion of those attending. gather for 'the regular chapel Hawaiian Starch Finds'! while these extra votes are i iOn Groves is considered Uw .,_test

,April 27. Mitchell will return to his The large Royal Palm ball was services 1 American Market MR. EOISON'S GARDEN and get in a good report that: will ycnng pitcher In bare ban_ He Is a
j crowded as guests and Fort Myers mean a $1OSO,car to ;you. magician when on the monad mak-
old>> rank of coloneL
people enjoyed_themselves to the utkmosL { ---- Sub"n'iptIoDURnS Now ing the ball hop skip. twist twirl
Never before has such originality "FORT MYERS MOVIES HONOLULU, March 7.-Hawaii's RECEIVES ADDITION'1 1 I Thirty dollars in 1 year subscriptions Besides he possesses enough. speed

In costume and decoration been most recent industry-the production now ,with the bonus averages to blindfold the average batter
PUBLIC HEALTH[ ,seen here. Judges who picked the of starch from canna plants- 115.000 Totes. : His pitching yesterday waaat a

prize winning outfits were: The SHOUlD ,HAVE LARGE came through; the' past year with a OF TROPICAL PLANTS Sixty !dollars in 1 year subscriptions \ howling success.! A cool wind .Mew

Mesdames Hollister and Foxworth total output of %%.000 cases accord-I: I now with the bonus averages across the diamond and Groves pas
{ O MON TRATION> and Uessers Shnlts and Foster Ing to announcement by I I 230,000 votes. I'I.islbly feared a strained arm rr.a
l Il .
Their task was no easy one with so CmCULA! TION-WILKIE Doty secretary of the Hawaiian twirling. Anyway the regulars .
many excellent costumes before Starch Company L.l PlanU trout' Xerenhan laity (>ari Ninety dollars in 1 year subscriptions med him for nine hits and f;re rash

FOSTERED HERE them but the awards were finally The entire production will be absorbed :i t dens Being! \rranged Ga leventer' now with the bonus averages, during his three! inntaaa: Trsdnw. ;:'j. t 4I
.. z mad l't'e'Mtntarr En- on the'>maTnFand and is'eou&bl ; : Estate I a45,000 votes. -I t I -Groves gave way to Sat Gny or
f.mm I
ChamVcr l of One hundred twenty dollars in 1 Forth Worth Texas who pI''rlfttd alone
mainland manufacturers
Micom; anxIously by
1 I 'Graf' was given first prise thu!Uf tc! Over (apturln? Ittv's of starch who mix It with their I i I year subscriptions now with the tally to cross! the plate in rite
Welfare.Feaeratiaa. Is .Spoater Per for ,a eD. Graf was dressed as a Attractions On Film: own product to raise the quality. Thomas A. Edison was so struckby 'bonus. averages 460.000 votes. last three innings
; It""p tact Work: isaongIftekool French chef and made a striking fig- Doty said. the beauty of the flowers and One hundred fifty dollars In 1 year | Meanwhile Roy Meeker, who was:
.
'tt,t CkHdrtBWlth in his immaculate attire. Rag- :Interviewed today regarding the now with the' bonus
i subscriptions
jure
The manufacture of starch from plants at the Koreshan Unity during I slammed bard on Tuesday pitrh'dI
gety Annes In the persons ot the Press endorsement of the Fort Myers averages 575.000 votes. and
canna tubers was launched,by'the 'V- it"there" that John T I three innings for the regulars
: the recent arrival'in Fort Misses Geer:"were, given the ladies Moving Pictures now being planned Hawaiian company about four and a A recent One hundred fifty dollars in :5 I year would have blanked the Tans bat; for

Myers 9! MUs Eva Russel, >public> top prise, while 'Miss Julia West- ,fby William Waifs Scott'of the Scott half years ago.with the company harvesting -' Watson, the unity gardener is today subscriptions now" with the bonus a home run by Bill Bagwell la the

health Dnrse of Littleton. H. this man's colonial dress was selected as : 8n-lce Secretary Wllkie, of the | Its. first appreciable crop in cooperating with the Edison gardener averages 875,000 votes. I third. With Welch on first Bapwel'

Important Work will receive the proper I the prettiest. Dressed ss a nun. Mrs tanbf- of commerce bad this to 1924 The demand for the product I In rearranging some of the Electrical Now you can figure for yourself [ a southpaw clubber and embryo Bab
i latttntlon It deserves, Mrs S A. T: Parkinson ; and subtract the free vote yon are ,
r. ; : was designated as '\&\ Doty said, is practically limitlessand Wizard's !flower-beds on_ his ; Ruth stepped Into what Meeker intended
Watt Lawler; chairman of the.public ,the most originally costumed lady "It Cola film shall be a good exI 100.000 cases of the starch could I getting now with each $30.00 and TOUcan to be a curve ball. He met it
health committee of the Lee County: present. I ampie ot the cinema art. it the titles have been disposed of thIs year. Con- estate here. I see Just how slowly the votes with mighty force and the bail landed -

Welfare federation. announced this The handsomest award for men are cleverly chosen and the scenes depicted e siderable new acreage is being plant I Flowers and tropical trees and will count up for you after the free outside the race track barrier in

morning. I went to B. F. Tipping masquerading are fundamentally tropical intone ed to canna which is refined at HIlo. plants that especially attracted Mr. I votes are taken away from you. The right field. '

Miss Raisel, has been assigned to as a Spanish toreador. A Sing Sing as well as picturesque. I am -, t Edison's attention at Estero are'also managers of the campaign: would advise The length of the mighty wadn1\] >
Lee:county by the state office of her convict with a realistic black eye willing to commit myself as secretary any contestant who expects to may be' realized ashen It b notcel: !
organisation! 'and comes highly recommended was discovered to be Frank: H. Tlche-I jot the chamber of commerce to the EAST FORT MYERS SECTION I being added to his garden among' .. be a winner to get busy and see that Bmg Miller right fielder. last watched

from the public health nor, who was selected as the moat I. statement that I believe ingenuity, I them are limes, tangerines kumI their report on March the 14th Is the the ball sail orer his heed and

nnrilag'' department. of the American originally! dressed among the men. comb'a'd'! with the proper connections Owing to the unavoidable absence quats, loquats caladlnms and cro- best that they possibly can make it and I cheered it on Its way

Red.. : Cr l'. !I Members of the Royal Palm orchestra will enable the chamber of from the city of Walter A. I tons. I gain l .a lead. that will be hard toovercome. t Brilliant Kaae- running in the do*'

Much! Pi! her work will' be among In whose honor the ball was Kaler In charge of the East Fort I :Mr.atson: is a master artist with The campaign will come tug inning really won the fame for
the [school children of the county presented are Miss Alice Collier, !- Myers Department; of the Fort.My and before* coming -I to a close before you know it and it I the Tanigans. The bases'were full
flowers and plants you keep waiting until later to startyour
but charity eases and those of world .leader; Miss Myrtle Bird. Miss McDonald j Florida ers Press that section was necessarllT wben Sigafoos stepped to the plate!
Will I also be looked after ( to America: was in the employof campaign yon will Had that f He bounced Into a doable play. French
In
war;yetrU. !! and Miss 'Vera GIHesple. I "Libraries! are maintained several omItted from Thursday's is- I
by hefvMUs .: i northern cities where an InLercbMge sue. Sir Hendry Drmnmond, of ,Scot 'your waiting was in vain and yon 1 scoring easily with the run.-that tied
RuUel'i stay here will be in of reels is regularly maintained land. will never be among the winning I the count: at air all. .

the 'nttnri of, a demonstration- : Cap W., P. Gwynne Is by cinema! fans who own their ... I figures In this drive. I In the excitement ot. thaudonble

: nanced' by:'contributions from the In Gotham Hospital own projecting devices. These alone.w.rt Call on all your friends who have I play few noticed Sammy Hale the
various' organizations that make' up j, there no other outlet should CHAUTAUQUA COMING THIS MONTH\ I promised you a subscription and be speedy Texan, whirling .around gird
the .Lee County Welfare federation. I that would sure and get, them In before this offer base. Before the alfonfslle"-Joe Ban

Contribution?/ by la.. member or-] Captain and Mrs. William provide make any a reel circulation meeting the specifications PRESENTS INTERESTING PROGRAMSThe I closes 'on you. The ones:: that t ser,' first sacker could wheel and relay -
ganUaUoul are now due Mrs. Law- 'Gwynne are now in New York 11'\; \ I have named a success." i nave helped you with a three monthsor the ball to catcherCochrane..

ler stated today' and should be paid after having, spent a few weeks Taking Mr. Wllke's opinion as a sparkling comedy "Adam lendEva" i situations, and makes an Instant appeal one years subscription will gladly I I I Hale had slid over the plate with
promptly.f :Richmond Virginia, according .. help you again providing they are a the winning run.
e ;,: criterion the success of the Fort My to its -audiences ,,
( -.. t- word received by the Press. I would seem Indeed assured. ; premier musical companies ; On the' fourth afternoon the Stol- real friend to yon. This is surely a I That was a fitting play to an exciting -
ers pictures including the internationally-popular goodVay to find Just who are game. The fracas demonstrated .
reached New York Jour
Captain Gwyan
.' TEST f That his specifications will ofsky Fine Arts Concert Company,
AIRCRAFT serious condition but Is Marimba Band and the all-star friends and there are many people, the Athletics are in prime physical
: In quite now than met is amply demon Soils' headed by Irene Stolofsky. noted
f : be more
condition the team should
and
here in Fort who
Myers taking go
(-r"T' / AM.elat4 rrvu) Improving, and is promised a new I strated by the success of the Scott I National Male Quartet; lectures by violinist will give a grand concert the Press who could help are worker !north in Its beet shape in years.This
FORTRB&8 MONROE 'Va. March lease of lite. He Is in one of New Service films which are run as a such headliners as Elwood T. Bailey featuring the lighter musical ,numbers some
afternoon the Everglades nine%
(.-Post' war anti-aircraft guns were York's beat hospitals where his weekly feature In the Victory theatre and Capt. T. Dinsmore t'pton- which are so popular as,.well out as iCe only a matter of time will invade the fair grounds for a
matched'tfrday in a'teet.with aircraftto throat has _been operated on and the largest first-rank beautiful classical selections. I until their subscription expires. Why '
Tampa. The Victory is these are among the many as nine inning regulation contest: the
demonstrate before doubtful l legislator treated with radium by Dr. William theatre la South Florida. Under I attractions which will appear here Elwood T. Bailey nationally- not give some worker a subscription I'I first outside game of the season Tb
other -Washington officials B. Coley and his Dr. Bradley the 'known inspirational lecturer, will [now. All are faithful workers and deserve -
end son t the title South Florida News 'at the big 1925 Redpath chautauqua I I I 'Gators, as they have dubbed themselves -
"' their.worth against enemy air bomb- Coley. A second operation will be Service produces a news weekly which opens 'March 21 and continues deliver his great address, "AU your support. Drop la the of former college
Scott 1 are composed -
before the end of the the fourth night following -'1 i Press office and find out Just when
I Aboard.
et4 performed I film each week covering current for. !five days. on f and minor league players, engaged -
The test '"was arranged by Secretary month. Mrs. Gwynne is with Captain events distinguished visitors and development The National male quartet will a prelude by the Stolofsky Company your subscription expires and then in surveying work with a construction ) -
; Week and is resigned to helps Gwynne at the hospital having been I news. San Carlos on the launch the chautauqua on the first help one of the young ladies In the I company near here

determining the questly: relative so fortunate as to secure an adjoin- Gulf will be on the South Florida afternoon with a concert characterized Soils'' Marimba band. an organization race to be a winner. Or if yon like I t j They challenged the Athletics to a

to the tales ot land guns and aircraftas ing ro m. She Is permitted to remain News' release in Tampa next week. I by all the rare musical and entertainment which has gained International tell the campaigner to find out when !!' match and the offer was eagerly ac

defenstr*:weapons against, air" in- In his room with him from 7.30 in I Dull Islands. Temple Terrace and j qualities which Lave popularity. will\ give'a concert on the your subscription expires and she cepted. Either Glass or Belts both

,-radere la war tl me.. the morning until 10 at night having. 'Beach Park are among the regular made this organization famous in the last afternoon.. following which will call and look up your subscription I young pitchers should draw the assignment
her meals-served in his room. clients of the firm. Mr. chantauqua world. Helen ,Waggoner, gifted dramatic Impersonator herself. The'camp lgn. closes today.] ",
r It will 'be some time' ,before Captain I' Tampa of 'the Arcade i On the first night the 'National 1! present an entertaining April the fourth. Many ,people! have 'I.
DAJTCX iELL ::ATTE5BED, Frank. Bell, manager I progranx combining 'a serifs ofshort to the' rescue of the
and. Mrs. Gwynne return home. of these I quartet will be heard in a grand concert : : already come
viewed some '
butit Is encouraging to their friends theatre, has I In which Charles Cox, noted Impersonator -| Interpretative }ketches with workers. Every citizen and visitor:! : \OTES\ OF, THE ,'Gffi"
r
,The.date et Pythian Hall Thursday films and pronounces them photographically > of one-act 1 .
and manager of the nationals the complete production: a in this section should be a subscriber
know famous physiciansand
,lWMr" | wad well attended many to that these looking >after him, and artistically- the finest will be featured in unique: play to the Press.. Subscribe "bOw'naj I 'Louis"Goldstein,' Fhtiao'e/phli' / winter
of th."rniladelphia Athletics being ,surgeons are U Is possible to produce.Mr. will be devoted toa resident
he is Improving. entertainment numbers.: The:last night help in three "ways1-First bye JaelpUtgl oj" Fort 'Myers, entertain
la,tat crowd' and ,appeared to' enjoy and that they say Wilke's specifications further The American entertainers on they grand concert: JI>y S Us' Marimba ,to make it-a better and bigger >paper ed Freddy Helmaca and Gy Perkins

themseltTi! Immensely.: : call for. "Ingenuity combined pith second afternoon will present", a I, ,band. ',This big. feature ,concert will second by: helping a c campaigner at, dinner last night betore the. danceat

Legion Auxiliary proper connections." Anyone knowing wlde 7-nried program of musical.... be a fitting 'conclusion- to this big. i Third by giving yourself a paper that IaJi.haJJ. <, *. "T.
concede
I '; THE 'WEATHER 'To Hold Reception' Mr. Wllke's record will and tmpersonatlve selections. :ha\\ t&uqua. i'you. don't want,to be with out. Do it

s \ t Tom. I tkattbe' connections will be taken Following a >prelude> by the Am- In addition to the regular >program aow' Subscriber: asks Frank Welch's:
Highest temperature r 'i' care of and a brief conversation with erican entertainers at night. Captain for adults, three delightful; entertainments home address and his record. Welch

yesterday -..:.:... 72 A reception will be given to of Mrs.the secretary carries tbe conviction that Upton. "big brother to a hundred will be given for the TWESIT-SIX DIE IX BCSSIABy came to the Athletic la 1S19 Iron
state president
J. T Chaney., the circulation of the Fort Myers kids'," will deliver his notable lecture children each; entertainment to be :Norfolk Va. He has been with them

: Lowest temperature, 48. i American Legion auxiliary, by the film .will not be hindered by lack oflnjenuity. "The Four-Square builder." presented uPOD a different day,RnthHaneman ( TIle ___a.. Pm.rLENINGRAD. ever since His home. .is in Birmingham -
last night -1 Fort Myers unit of that organisation | A unique enjtertalnment-demon- and Minerva Sands 'clever Russia March 6.Twentyalz .- Ala. :
24 bra to
Rainfall next
following its ,replar'm UnI 1 will give a killed and
Stratton "The Potter and the ClayVwill juvenile entertainers persona> were -
8 a. ,m, ins. _, 0 : Monday evening." .. FOREST SIFEGUARD I; be given on the third afternoon charming: playlet featuring stories I Jaa unknown number wounded by an 'The fireworks will begin, next
Wind,\i direction.. :_:N. This 'is an ,official visit.. Mrs.,8. ':'by J Smith Damron, the potter- and songs about well-known storybook explosion j of oxygen tanks ia a bntld- Thursday and Friday when the PhU-
Wind, yeL: jnll sE: Watt Lawler. :president of:tae: fort! I Davat- the la '
PLOVDIV, Bnlga aari March 7.:- Effective 1 craftsman.! characters.. Ado lag the center of Lealmfrmd today. lies and Athletic battle at the fairgrounds
Clear and
Sky -- Myers 'a1Ulliart..ltated today; use of conscript labor is being j -Adam and Eva" great American Magician will delight the children. The explosion caused a;panic in' the Both teams are bitter rivals.
; Barometer. _<39.OS she Is especially anxious that the of and mystery and scattered debris and
by the Bulgarian govero- comedy which scored: each a pbe-I with bin feats magic vicinity'
i "' : many, new 'members of' the Fort 1111 meat made la reforestation The program|nominal success in Near Tork*:will -whileHelen. Wasgottet.: popular Inv parts of human, ,, bodfea.:.in every3. 4frecUoa =J: -Jr't.ioret thatc oil5tiditiG:3iarch
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F r' :, to-night probablyme en 'orgamiaatioj :ar,.; pcpC>, loot covers virtually the entfre -.{(presented-on fie third..night;, by:.a;-.petsooatof, twin-gins'program> e*.. : :;U13abe: : ; =kh a'will aP1'O I"1n.A.t.h-
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norU_:portion only to meet Mrs.Chaae,;Dote to *e- tat coeatnxn&jncindeLthe year: Balkan:.leastof Broadway'actors.. Thia merry lpedaUUfaJged'lDr I : : their enjoy-- Most of.:the ,victims, were' women letic: 'lineup.:: He will pity> n ht,fold

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{i .is ', n r'9'' ;a .e c1: .i.. THE FOKT":; ) _31 YE:US 1'hl1't1: :T M IVEgS._ ::_ FLOIilDA Fin.iv AFTini.vno.v: :MI :fE'Ii'c.:' m:


I i,<:" THE FORT MYM\ 1 RESs'!I A: BEAUTIFUL ENDORSEMENT f AND IN THE :MEANWHILE m.c ',;" "; I I COMING EVENTS \

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I'ff. imiut Dally < !- '
creep: > 1'r1m4a",1 'art'he Priw Bmldlnj. 117JackI -
I I ):;.: <", I Btrat. Fort Myers, Florida. 1 Florida Casa, instead of bungalow,-how docs ithat I I

'. appeal' t? I Friday sixth
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4 THE FORTrMYEKS PttBSS,.Incorporated The movement: has been started for a new 1 l ( : tae business aDd Professional Wo-

CEOKCE: ,E I .OMtj, r.LIJ,1Iu .and\, Cearn{ ''bauu style-in Florida houses and homes at? least 010 far I man's club request the- pleasure of
snd' as flamed arc concerned. It recommended that I your company at the Gwynne Auditorium -
. Entered a* cU_ mail matter Marrtt 14, ISIi 'A the I
! a Mt attl yen MyT'rkyMAl; ...Utt; >. Act ot March a, US*. the word bungalow: be discarded, or returned to I I for "An Hour of Mujjjc.! presenting -
I California whence it came. Casa is the Spanishword ; Joss Alice McDonald, jiianU -
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reunite" a* *;Mvekljn rMwyrp'"r on-No ; 'a dally Mm since the Spanishidea 4o"I and Miss Lucy: tx 1Jowb d, ,soprano -
e. 11,1)11 for house or home, and -.c / i I
'. : assisted by the Duo-Art reproducing -
; : 1 emphasized generally
i ; (liE:]. or TIJE. ASSOCIATEDewiurivtly r'Bts9: in architecture 1 Is being ', :
piano.
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::. b4 Aaectated Prr.i 1. : rntttfed to the nee for in Florida and carried out very picturesquely'iii I( / 1 {J I e e .
I rep. lwat..t .11 MW 4l. >atdae8 credited to it ..r not othertbuM'"J instm'c"s the combination of words: given r 1
' ... '- wua U.hed rr..ht.e4 I.. ** -- ___ >*Pr' nut. a1*> the local new pjtor above.some is suggested. ; .1 I The missionary society of the

t .t.aea.rvedtpu..1:; cip4QlMAito9 9t rat..dJspatclt.. heist. an excellent but Methodist church will meet at, the
; .- : \Ve think'the' idea an one; I i
church o'clock, to read and
at :
one
i;:"_ .H' ... 8CBSCIUPTIC1I BATES : whether it is going to take or not remains to be ii study the task ahead.
Ca: ; I sr.cn. It is hard to pull a popular word right out 1 i *

: t-i ; a>not Month ..r.-___} ... j ODe Month _'_ a"Ii of people'! \'ocabuhuy-puU it out by the roots I "Forty and Eight" will

T"r Eb' Moat. Month. __ __ 1.7' I stn Three i M.&uib-'ont ._..___. ISO I.U so to speak, and replace: it with two words: which I t ti meet at the .Legion home
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l;, Uat xear t: U. Tear :t -_ t.6 do nt t run together especially well.. Both words j I at 7:30:: pm.. .

-, .,....h. Weekly' Fet(: Myer. Preri- One Year __..=LJ1M ale pretty, musical and easy to say but they dot; I t .
The/Weekly, JXr/l}'yU Irea' Sll Month _t*.*fSUSTAINlNfO.MEMnER not have that rippling sound when said together I

,.... I that makes a term popular.-Saint Augustine ;I i The Eastern Star chapter will meet
ia regular session at Pythian hall at
j Record. !
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'r : I 7:34 o'clock. There .ill be inUtiaiiaa. -

: .:,. f'\T'9N.\l' 1TmAL! ( I i I; I Refreshments will be served at
I' 1 :t 19 25 TAMPA'S SKY LINETampa's Ii i close of the meeting. Visitors invited -
T : i v 1 II to attend.
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'i 'Ih ASSOCIATION t: I
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I ,. = t..... sky-line rapidly changing and before j c 4$? ..'rlilia f, Thirteenth(
''I,;". Member: Southern Newspaper rablls'hn' ,Aasoclatfon.'t the end cf the yearlcven its own citizens will j 0 9 .' ; II I Catherine Tilt-Jones, dramatic

'Member Florida Press AttsocIU! be ajrmzed. The massive tall Tribune building], II reader Interpreting folks-lore of the
i ii: .' Member Florida Associated!! Dailies of twelve stories, about completed, has been the' Ii I I old South modern poetry and the
It ".* Member Sooth Florida Press AtsoclaUoa. means of added interest in Tampa streets. and the GOAf>EAO A11D i ciauirs will give a reading for thebenefit

e cause' of greatly: increased values. Other.skyscrapers of the Elizabeth Benovelent

tf. ._' Friday Afternoon, March: 6, 1925 contracted for or assured through plans 5>:EYou G TAB 1o j jI I!society in Gwynne auditorium at
I. agreed upon include the new Tampa Theatre !G AS fbSS131E eight o'clock.
building of fifteen stories,'' Board of Trade build-

:. ;; .1HBLE! ,THOUGHT FOR TODAY ing fifteen stories, Mabry-Hall building of twelve ot York Wallingford and :Mr.,and Ct. Mrs.are guests A T. of'Mr.Henry
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in ca.rnesthatsoenr thy stories .B yshore apartments twelve stories. '
Be
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and :Mrs. Tbos. K. Winsor 255:i Fowler
f.: hand findeth to do, do !it with thy Tampa Terrace Hotel twelve''stories, Simms building -' sL

mighl-r--Ecclesiastes: 9: 10. from, eight to twelve 'stories, Antuono build-4,

: ing sixteen stories: Florida'Mortgage' -More than 150 people attendedthe
it' Title Company's building twelve stories, Citizens dance at Community hall last
... f, THE FOnT MWItS PRESS PLATFOBXA Bank and Trust Company, extension to twelve evening. Favors and confetti 'werein

., stories; First National1' Bank building ten stories, 'Qlllt evidence throughout the evening.The .
:' 'BaO" .<< andLoan: A soclatlom. with many others from four'to six stories. As to 6s Colonial Five a new. dance aggregation -

I: Palerlslela, other buildings an idea cart be gained from furnished the music.A. .
of of !subdivisions tours I OI
V inspection to some the;; 1 q r -i
; Water Frost. or Islam Park and llonlrlpal ludl- B. Cutter who becomes city
ing, for instance: Davis Island, Beach Park, Golf
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f ,torialot. ; : r-: manager of Fort Myers on April first.oUoI.clog ,
View Place, Golf View Park, Sunset Park Bel j
Blur Front DqaleTirA.i Mar, Temple. Terrace Estates, Maryland Manor, i .J I ( the retirement from that
j office of C. P. Staley is now of Fort
"FrieBrld to Crescent Beack., Two:Pines Tropical Pines Pal Mere Homelands pose of handling. one specific debt. '
: ;
EBtraora for Personal MentionJ. Myers and with Mra. Cutter is tem-
;r -': Beeper UUrr; IkanutJ. Protldo West Shore Crest, Parkland Estates Gibsonton-I I YOUR INCOME TAX 11 What constitutes "a reasonable ad
V Ocean porarily at the Staley home.
Going Vesstlv ,
cn-the-Bay and numerous other developments. If t I dition" to a reserve for bad debts
'...: Completion.ef I**. C. utJ'II.Sj.tem of Roads. one seeks still further proof then a visit to the 1 I Bad debts constitute a considerable 'I must be determined in lIht:: of the B. Parker was In Everglades Captain J. F. Jaudon and R. A.
'C. Trail and Fort llycrePaim : i
tupltU' n .ol( Tsmlrml
,. Estuary section should prove; beneficial. And so, item in the returns of many taxpayers I' facts, and will vary: as between classes ,yesterday on business with Collier Coachman jr.. of :Miami:I were In the
Beach nighwsjr:: summing it all up Tampa: has struck her stride. and may be treated in one of two Ccunty.Mr.., city a few hours this morning en-
of business and with conditions of .
Plaatlngof !
of IUgb.aJnrladln
BeaalUlcatiiui ;
The strides in I ways either by dedufetlon from Income home i
the past are but those of a childas route from a short trip to Na-
I foeoanut Palm- alony! TamUml Trail Clear, across! in respect of debts ascertainedto I?i business, prosperity A taxpayer using and Mrs
'- .will have to be compared with the man's size I V. M. Santium are pies and Everglades. Mr. Coachman
LM Coaaty "."J- O'jllnalBg-! :.f R-jal Palms along; be worthless in whole method should showin ;
In
strides that t the city is bound to make during the or part. !I the reserve the proud arenti of an eight one-1 formerly chairman'of the Dade
I't *:'tre&rtt-ttr' BooIevarJ t 'I'nnia Kasna. next few years.-The Observer" I', or by a deduction from' Income of a i his return the volume or his I half pound' baby boy. Mother and county board of commissioners, 'says

:; :,:., Itall .!toad! to. .East,CItIItom ; ,: :reasonable addition: to a reserve for I I charge sales (or other business I baby arc'doing well. they are now working, on,..theTami-
I bad debts. transactions) for the year and the 9 JR. : Dade
I -- ami Trail la county,, and will
'- :P: pp iiT' THE 'CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WHAT ARE ROADS FOR? Taxpayers for the taxable year I percentage of the reserve to such I : A. Henderson Jr. J. W. Mc- make a pretty. good road'out. of it :.
1921 were allowed to select either .amount, the total, amount of notes I Wllliams Ora, E. Chapin and George with the money they have available.

1j,: ., } ; '- method the use of which was required .jand accounts receivable at the begin- i E. Hosmer returned, this morning Captain Jaudon Ja.on'a of the orlginatcrs :
: : ;: ,:;:;:- : :: : for subsequent,.frs. rapdapplies sing I and close' of the taxable year from a. trip, to Everglades. of the Tamiami,Trail-and'..I. ,7t;,
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.:4 V.trIS'nott;tang since wb had a'Chamber of Commerce A report of the committee motor vehicle to returns under the revenue act of ''and the total amount of debts ascer-* I : ways an enthusiastic booster Tot"thia

..' drive which shook up a. good many dry transportation for 1924, to the National Association 1921: unless permission to. change Is Rained! to b'J wholly or partially r -MIllS''"'Lorl1 e -:Ke dham of New part of Florida.
sr":. bones, and interested a gOCt1< many hitherto uninterested II of Railroad and. Utility Commissionerssays obtained from the Commissioner of I I worthless and charged against the ; '
i. "." : people in the organization; but already : "In imposing taxes upon motor vehicle Internal Revenue. A taxpayer filing I reserve during the taxable year. ; ;.1
'J:';' ,' Cumbers of.them are dropping back into their operations" (commercial l buses and trucks referred for the rear 1924 a first return of income Partial deductions are allowed with dutburfs of Everett True By Condo ,

''; stoma..,.. inadivedon't-care.'State.: I to) ."in any state, careful, consideration may select either method, subject :I respect to ..specificdebts only. Before '
to thriveylihout' i should be given to statutes to approval by the commissioner a taxpayer may charge oft and RUSHING PEcL M.
wx i} It i ie true that cities! have been'kn'own existing so as .to I .
I upon elimination of the return. II i deduct a debt in part he most ascer- ; f'fO
avoid
':)4. \ a.Chaniber. Commerce known to prosper pyramiding taxes ta the injury of motor ROOM. ---9f'41
L the method selected. approved Itmust !tan! and be able to demonstrate, with q
transportation and ultimately to the inconvenience
> in spiteofarl; imperfectly functioning h1m. J ; :;
I be followed in returns for eub-r -reasonable degree ot certainty, the
7' ben Commerce. But these cities a-e' exception I of the public, it
.: sequent years, except ai permissionmay ?amount thereof which is uncollectible. SAY Job
'/ .':.' ;-The rule,1 is that .a..liye, .active efficient, Chamber I "In the state of Washington, for instance be granted by the commissioner Amounts subsequently recovered on ; ,
,,of Commerce, growing, : Uia stages subject to regulation paying -=':... t'
a : are
: means prosperous; to.I changePermission to adopt the j:account of a bad ;. M up-to-date: city-a city which takes its place with $G,422.a,year license money, and about $35,000 reserve method ia restricted to tax- 1 of a part of such bad debt, previously = MEAN GL' TrtNG :
I(I
;" '.' the best of them in beauty, in business, in government rer year gasoline tax, or $91,422 pet year for use foyers having a large number of accounts :|charged off and allowed as a deduction I K r j).
in- things educational J, religious and social, 6f the highways., The trucks subject to regular ;' where credit has been extended '' for income tax purposes must -& UKG 11S3!
iji everything irable. Hen! pay bcut $25,000 per year license money 'I to cover" a considerable period of '|.be- included in gross income for the i

r<. :i"It is the duty;aitd should- the'deligMtqf all and about $15,000 per year gas tax, cr about: I,!time.' It is not granted for the pur- :I year in which received.i .

it c residents of thf.4.(qr| any other) 'cit): to. lm ;active S-IO..OOQ per year ,for use of .th highways. The 1 I I ._c,
';'><'' and useful members of .the: Chamber: .of Gem= (total paid by buses and trucks would be approximately -:I I I.1 F

'-t jnerce., to, support Jt morally and financially;. tocgnside $130,000 a year." ]j The i Old Home Town By Stanley d I
.
". ? what, they ,assist\ in accomplishing This would be about enough money to build i :' ".4
:$ !Ihj-bugh this',channel} 1.ar.. :a service' themselves four miles of roads. Our highways-e constructed I nO P ER 9 -.1.1I .1I .1I .1r .1i ,2'i

'. ,al'1d-t tthe.communlty. Aonce-o"'er'; of the membership primarily for private vehicles and farmers -j l"I AREAR N'S ; i r ill I
,"4 list will,cenyjnce Any one that the organ and not for commercial 1 transportation lines. I ITo I I ,

;r Jzation is a body ofplendid! meri-T-publid spirited stand the trucking and bus work thut our: 1taEFEDYI

,/; : triie.aggres5iye."and alive to_the needs: of the paved highways are subjected to by commercial; C >t1 .,

1 ','" Jtt: ty..Tlicy.re) 'l helpers) .Thpse: ; hd.l,have become companies, our roads must be constructed: : in -a'>J ..rw.-... .... wTCw'6o -

..> L..: 1ilembcra s honld I oake themselves up a little;and much/more costly manner than would be otherwise ; f

:f!:; btcpmeefficient; membersi if they find that their necessary.v i i RUSHING peci.-Mc.cu OUT OF
':: !iCteresi.fr: lagging. Those who have not become Private vehicles in Washington paid the bulk''' rt raowtrlsAx T ot S CK R.OOM. i -,
'embers should volunteer to do so. of ,the money which makes paved.roads possible'' ; | -j | [ ? | _

\i-:: .Support the Chamber of Commerce in every for, motor transportation: companies. The stats t DONT GON 1 ; i : : t....
would not think pf building a railroad trick pr uSwur ,
t .EtIT
tF 4 rZ: street track and '
; M1 car :maintaining it at public cx- srrroxrSa..ce t
:a ; ._ pense for the rail carriers and yet that is just !1 ""

' .: J A, LENTEN .PUZZLE. about' -what it is'' doing today for the motor carriers 'r PERAYtK ._ "f'l....

< .,' 1:: .- ; and the public pays: tho bill. ( RgaM' ? t Cl ---- ,
"' "J The question: motor transportation has

,tf !,- (:That.there'f; for-every thing. :und r.the not yet been solved on a sound basis for either the j ) [1f

..- '. suhwell.knt: wn.toall of us1; but; ;ivevfeel that,the public or the bus.:: j' rafor3.'The' 1Ianufgcturcr.1THE j : ,
:
.> acme ,"lp ropllatefe} ?s,'W3!{ reached today-abets! ( ..irdt

' ., td :.w r ;.r ff fit d.fr:eds.t Lenten(cross' word .puns DRUNKEN DRIVER. |I f _::: : t -

:;-f ircaThfF ;.alit swan);;-.J\.ars" of obsen.mgnt, _
:':Jk ,vtuch' vOrL..: lrc oJ'l1ilg"tQ} the:custom? '_f.ttie dif- A drunken driver is, a... distinct menace to I
.1J'o : ferentx huixh 8 'trbo.recognize the; sicrpdnesa'ot everybody himself inc1u cd. lIe ,has been fined 1 I i1! 'ymua -j1

?t<' the.prexEaster'scasciv aDd to
y I::; : f 'p'asitiunls j ,.. 1eeds:, habits'and religion* devotion, of la jail where he'belongs if: convicted after a fair'I I JIM WATSON HAS BEEN KEPT la MT BUSY, ::: 1

+ ,.',, the' people >who make'this' season lAne\ ,of sacred tral in which his defense, has been heard.-Day.j I JIM REAL HS NICE TIJM WORK J> OUT SOME sr
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significance. But it- surcl did impress e. w
"r>, t j us.as.: -a tona Journal:;,; '"1
:; ; ni;w.one wheiw.e.wer'itged.to help our readers '- > ; ---- / ,of
oJ.: t) rougb.1he Ltntert! ")\caSbn'br gfvingthem: :these ,MOM'N\ \ fOP o SPILLED MILK ---- -. "'0\\\;

i;:< '; special cross: ,wt>rd puzzlcsi.: every word used guarantecdt6be4n"theBibfcV''yy ... By Taylor u _. '
I. '. fician't: forbear to lutes ...... <
.1 / ," t r'jU t1wwon wbiikl( feel,'"going! with :'the Saw .'
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; SAci ci. PEOPLE ARE SAM CHICK HAUE 4WOU VltlX i -
SOMEOWE
: HAS TNT pps HE?AID .C.'I'c.K :: -
y pty LR6THOlCiJR: ; :9
' through th (vHldeTli6s! and'ifcfou'gli 'LdoSiR- _
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, : f ; 4ETns G WISC THAT 1,1E HAUE Tt>OAtBOUT > AMONo TALKED O MUCH-IT rue. xNTEST "' .
iL : ( gthsemyne -to the.iCrtiss.icanaring..a:, wn h.,, THIS t5US i ;: .
: ? pyzzliiist I ; : how they'w uld"hcIJ'tn >mUcON1- 5osjECn .thfTHt50RCtiiWhATiL IH BS ;
,. BEAU M \ :CHANGE: BILL t, 5,,, -t "VJMOTWE: (DEUCELETVOU i.t
,. <, >\ tietUnp one ;r ads for\th, @;glpry\of Easter'with !a w&9 L1ZHE '. CCNfEST P CWT nt | WE DONJT GET MOn OUR SECRETS'N. ..
; th rlseni-Clu'i4; is. top..much,for. us. We venture CAT OUT Ox'THE s A3 --: : =: L. P'R&T PIZE'! 1. 1 1'J
...;" that.th' man'wbo worked outthis big idea
:; to.say tlse tuL "SEE WHAT
:: > knows liltlo 'of'what Lent really,means. CtIGK KNOw$ <

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I;.. : -r''f',, '. ,iiO1ic WORK,- IS, BEST -T-; Fleeeer ;;"J

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:.. | ?Tjfthrtfnttnfi; | :;office; iri-thei :.
;c-: "'. R lft aaq awry:for-their-prinllng.-: t'

c', wuaa"you, wi"gelt, anywhere:ia ths ,., ,
. "" PtlceJlj-, saaJJY.. a little lower. We / } -
of all !kinds.- Next 4 h\g
if Jtl x; > handle-engraved matter I
.. time 'tir'and remember your home institution: a I
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I _AFTEItcno__. MARCH_E. 13:; THE fORt .VIEKS IbLl_ j&1
_FEESS. FOEf_HIZES FLOJUDl _

:JISHGIRlS: DISLIKE With Hat r I II tug tip his hand to approaching D days confinement for a second Ttolalion -i exclude horses from the downtown | Vn Income tax payer cot BO mad
I IFiiRVICE a PEDESTRIANS DAVE'RIGHTS torists whom the law obliges to and for the third transgression| streets between the hours of 4:30: and 1 he told us he considered the Statue .1
Match i I. until the cross-walk is clear. G-I a tine of $500 and a six month Jail'"' 6pm. ;i of Liberty memorial. ...
AS To The sentence i! The ordinance in general: has embraced -! a I
pedestrians however
:
DOMESTICS are :
I 1 IN LOS ANGElESI arrested I the recommendation: of the Prizefighters lead a hard llf*. Kid
rigorously to rules In that they are j A dozen: pedestrians were- 1
tars a+rMrs. nauonal conference on street to the and
recent sent pen
prohibited from, crossing! streets anywhere -j the first few weeks of the new law. McCoy; maybe
:and highway safety !held;! in Washington Jack Dempsey is m rrlecL
Police officials look for more complete '
except at corners. "Jaywalk
|>XDoX.,March 7.-Great Britain's LOS ANCELEa Mar 7. The new I) ers" are liable to arrest In the down- co-operation when it is real- :. ai the requttt of Secretary Hoover -I .
las of women combined with town ized that the regulation saves time, '
the traffic ordinance: recently made congested districts the foot traffic Use The Press Want
ployment problem, there being ef-I! is required to follow the police !and protects life.
fective here pedestrians !
gives { An auto concern baa given the ,
Iroxtmattly
.300,000 women ands I signal and move with vehicles. : The original draft of the ordinance
out of work, hay: brought about right; ni way over motorists I proposed that horse-drawn: vehicles I Prince of Wales seven cars. It is : RPsnlt..a. .
for
Ads '
of the central traffic one Oneafoot I Violators of the ordinance, including he'I
I '1I hard to with Can
?range situation la the smant: ," be banished from the congested dis- stay single one.
at intersection -Jaywalkers subject to a
rt'Mring' to cross a street any are
tate which tricta but that section! was revised to do it with seven!
experts tor I
months not under:!: police control is fine of $50 and a Jail sentence for the .. _
' |1.ve'' American been endeavoring,women<
n. nay that it Is more difficult to
)main the services of a rook or i
r lusemaid than is is |In most of the II
'' w' : //itiesv of tfie United States. I
-r -Authorities disagree as to the cause -. Grande r Left
k. nf the acarcity. Some contend that Boca Two Days
i
treat many women who have been
k p'. //receiving' unemployment doles from + f
' ?t flbe government prefer to exist. ass
? bee; they. can on a few shillings'' awftt'k. I Excursionon
(4 working .out where they are I Saturday night the new prices of the Russell Park
f virtually' on duty all day long. Their
l'J, pay here averages from $150 to $300 a price-re-adjustment will go into effect. All lots will be

r, 'rmany year"-with'instances,board maid and room servants, but or in I classified and re-adjusted according to their real value.

( :J"fcfn: traJ cooks in large households STEAMER DIXIE I f. The pre-development price schedule will be discon-
,.; 'Ao' .receive a good deal more than this. '
,. 4-a i The London newspapers are filled :" t'tt timed.I .
i: ; ."-., .. and.maids of various kinds many of March 8th I ,
r the housekeepers offering some sort I
; of inducement to attract the attention .-o
of the eligible One of these .
I; .',- 'which" appeared< recently' read: Leave 8:00: a. m.; Return 9:30: p. m. <
: ,
-Servant bonus-A $15 reward will Between now and Saturday night at
: :be paid anyone finding a really re- (
cock still Rus-
can purchase
,' you
liable cook, I.
> f general apply Lady-
: i ,Another I advertisement, which ran Round Trip $2.50 sell Park lots at prcdetekpment: prices -
for several days was as' follows: ; lOCO per lot. Terms, 15 per cent ,

.t.. jjj.:.."Wanted-a truthful happy will- /TK match the hat and costume' U| Sandwiches Coffee and Cold Drinks :
.ilng girl trained for general house- JL one of faahlon'a whims thlal .
-work-if there la one.-
year and it U moat effective aa {
The government has under consideration you can nee by this photograph.The i on board Iarg3 selection to choose from. ,I'
an investigation of the system upper part of the frock la yellow and 1-
", ri I of doles which it is contended the skirt and headings are of yet-
.. I!l 'Ta housewives' circles, should be I l.:4't.. T't;. .i.>1It baa a Unit No. 1 of Russell Park has been on sale about -.
. Lrtmioua I HOURS AT ROCA GRANDE ;
-it; 'i I. .tightened up a bit so that girls and :' d : 2 10 days and 25 per cent of this unit is sold, out,to Fort ;
;fcomen, and men too. would not .be
.
. rattle to 'draw a regular allowance : Myers\ permanent residents. '.. : ;;
! Get Tickets Early
I ',from the state treasury unless they competitor to Chilean nitrate ol ,
t. :: were willing to work and' were compelled -
,
( soda owing the at t .
to cheaper price ,
to show documents indicating -
t .'of,.that"one'kind they had or actually another.sought a task erection which it of can several be sold large and plants that the for Passenger Limit 100 Act; N'!' h ." J: -, -

the of both and :
production sulphate
iIncidentally it is related that twice
: ', I Ij nitrate of lime I? at present under Ig
; aa many young women as young men _
,..
consideration In various countries. < _'< "" =a -
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l )ORI. : THE FORT XtEES PJlES, FORT xnR: FLORID[ F t\lr t c' 4it ,
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: the Arctic at least two and per- MOTORCADE) l'HEDI'LED' Your Chance to Enter the Movies NOTICE TO A

SCHOOt it OFSAFEIY[{ haps three years. The crew he TO MNT 1'ETERXBUKG \OS, 3IY i tff'G.' : 1't!;; '
would limit to seven men of which The Fort Jlyers Press All copy for advertisement ,
: three would be scientists. The total The following schedule will be Gentlemen: Press should be in the office not I H :. .

"lU1t MOUNTAINEERS'B cost would not be over 30000. observed by the motorcade to the Please enter my name for the Fort lljers motion picture.I days('Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fi .; EVENTS I

'+ Tamlami Trail convention at Saint understand that I will be given the opportunity to appear in Thursday's paper it should be i in t t-' \

BONITA SPRINGS Petersburg which opens there on these films but that the casting will be-left entirely to the direc- 84 o'clock in the morning and pre't\
( 'Tb Associated Fr.t.) March 12th. tor and production manager. ning. Copy coming in later than t\\ ,. stns
VIENNA MarchReared; la a Bonlta Springs had a very attractive March 11th 1925.: cepted subject to possible insertion o n\Jfl Professional Wo-

country whose' mountain ranges rival booth at the Lee County fair and 7:00: a. m. Leaving Caxambas My name is . . . . . . . . . . . ?,";* the pleasure of
Switzerland: they received fourth prize for which! Leaving Carnestown TilE :FORT MYER& i the Gwjnne Audi-

boy, .and the youth girls of are Austria enthusiastic both: they were resented at the fair. 1:15: p. m. Leave Punta Gorda. McDonald pianI -
mountain climbers. But this is oftena 3:00: m. Leave Myakka: Bridge. 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimtnmiiiimiiuiiiimiiumuiiiiiiuREAL, -- I,JOL.: Holland, .so-

dangerous pastime and _each year Thomas Edison and party went 3:10: p.p. m. Leave Englewood Telephone . . .... .. . .. . .. ... .. . *'tlw' Duo-Art re.Jocwty -
the Alps take heavy toll of young
through here last week on their way Leave NokomIs.
p 4:00: p. m.
and valuable .
.. protect Urea.To these' venturesome, down the ,coast. 5:00: p. m. Leave Sarasota. Height . . .. ... .. . Weight ...... ... REALTY BA \ .
f youngsters there has been organized 5:30: p. m. Arrive Palmetto. -) of the

a with Her. Crawford Jackson of Culi- 6:00: p. m. Arrive Bradentown. ... .. .. ... . Ill meet aa. the
mountain-climbing school North Carolina and Atlanta. Complexion .. .. ...,_..... .. .. Age -S
ford. : k to
facilities for 400 students. The instruction March( 12th: 1925. 1 read aoJyKl
Is to embrace theoretical' Georgia and at the head of the 7:00: a. m. Leave Bradenton. 5 6 Room house and four lots in ridgewo\
association, Yours
Juvenile protective Truly,
lectures and practical training. The' attentive 8:45: a. m. Arrive Tampa. = Myers A pick up at $2.973.; Best Kind L" .. '
here Sunday to an ,
preached
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lectures will treat of meteorology 9:00: a. m. Massing at Tampa of \ f Eight
C' and weather prediction and will audience. Rev Martin preached Sun North and south motorcades. . . . . . ,1 ,1.egion home
night = Beautiful large 1 lot in Poinciana Park ni.
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Leave Tampa. -'
further deal with the comparative 9:30: a. m. Include photo if possible.
I value of rations textures for articles 10:00: a. m. Leave Oldsmar 1 $2.700 Good Terms.:
Mrs. W.: R. Howard and Mrs.V.. M
t of wear and equipment for moun- 10:30 a. m. Leave Safety Harbor.

taineering. Then first-aid and transpdrtation Howard last{ of week.J. Harlan. Kentucky arrived 11:00: a, m. Leave Clearwater ji Ten acres just out city limits best farm I la tet watt meet
up and down gradients in 12:00: noon Leave Saint Peters- U>iaa hall at
CROUP Land 1.in =_ ty. For a few days only $200. per acre g
case of accident methods of shelterIng -
: burg. Croup 1s frequently
''I : J. Williams. Mrs. Bell Brown .
from wind avalanches rain and and Mrs. Lee Hill, that have been by one application of- ION A 5 rve snow, and lastly nutrition and physical -
Visitors
spending several months here have : byShawcross inramatic-
endurance will likewise receive returned to their home in Washington. New secretary of agriculture asks VICKS I & Garmon G Room House Seminole axe. East Fort ll
? attention. break for farmers but
Williams and daugh- for a better 1OwelTAliN.J.nUs.dY..rb I 5 Good will be much
The practical training will be D. C. Mrs. others consider them better broke. l"J thlan Betiding terms worth more soon.
equally diversified. It will demoa-: ter. Mrs. IL C. Flanery. will remain

atrate (the best ways of conquering another month. illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllUlllllllllllll{ llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll';s

SN the themselves many hindrances In the climbers'which place path, IX E. Hardee while carpentering at Mecca\ Gardens I i= PALM\ CITY REALTY ire and of the the

methods and utility of roping and Bonlta Springs had the misfortune to Free water.from flowing wells-- = =-' t for the
break his arm and other bad bruises for children. -- --1 PHONE 479 enovelentUNDER
the harnessing of rocks In rescue parks and pUTvptiunds -
I; work and ascending and descending a timber falling upon him. We llestrlcUons surfing! a home com GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL) 't rinm at

R the sheer face of precipices. Lastly lbY he will soon recover. munity. Lots $37500 up. quarter I

comes the correct handling of picks cash balance 3 years. K. L. Jeff- | more days to prepare your income tax report. We can save llttttnn! m111niHilliml IililllllIttIIllu IIIIIIIIiIIIIIIfhIufI111111 ill '
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and alpenstocks. A second course Alfred Dickinson attended the colt Realty Co. = you money time and worry. Ell HenfJof
I service council meeting with other .Mr.
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snowshoes ,In Alpine tours. postmasters at _Fort Myers last I Ilenson Accounting Service 1 I FowlerCOME
Thursday A good meeting was held.
= 207 Pythian Building =, \ TO
Post Office Inspector Stone was with COLOSTHATDEVELOP
: AIRSHIP IS COSTLY tta and encouraged oar meetings and 5 Ben Z. Holmes. manager. = tended
answered some questions and we are = "WE ARE HERE TO STA Y." = last
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were unfortunate in having a : t'" And Enjoy \
collision of cars last Friday. No one +
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STOCKHOLM. March 5.Airship was seriously hurt. One or two of A Delightful Hotel Soft Water in tH city
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the crowd had few slight cuts.
a
exploration of the polar region Is Chronic coughs and peni&teni colds lead \lest
financially wasteful and better scientific to serious lung trouble.. You can stop them Bath Steam Heat hat
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes and
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If: results can be obtained at a now with Creomulsion an emulsified creo- brt
Miss Barnes who have been spending 147.00 SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE. From Fort My
small fraction of the cost throughthe tote that i ia pleasant to take. Creomubuonis
via Palatial S. S. GOVERNOR COBB. Sailing Tuesdays and Sat- Solarium m-
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Lovely
several days here have returned to
use of old-fashioned, mod- a new medical discovery with twofold action
their home in Jackson Georgia. inflamed urdays from Port Tampa. Return limit ten days
erate-sited windjammer according to ; U soothes and heal the

Captain Hugo N. PaWn, a Swedish membranes and kills the germ $60.70 REGULAR ROUND TRIP FARE FROM! TAMPA. Return limit Surf Bathing, Excellent Golf \ '
explorer who las placed before the Wild Chicago news today. They Of alt known drugs creosote i is recognized ninety days, via S. S. CUBA or GOVERNOR COBB. Sailing from -
Anthropological and Geographical: found a single man. poisoned. by the medical fraternity as the Port Tampa 2 P. M. Sundays Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays. Music and Dancing Daily \ :
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Society: of Sweden a detailed plan,to] greatest healing agency for the treatment of Enjoy this,Delightful Sea Trip. Visit Gay Havana and the won .
chronic coughs and colds and other forms ,
Denver He's derful Island of Cuba.
., investigate one of the still unknown musician's missing. of throat and lung troubles. Creomulsion Wonderful Fishing and Shooting
? "white spots" about the North Pole. a drummer a trap drummer. Have contains, in addition to creosote: other For Information descriptive booklets tickets and reservations call
'.,: An Inherent dlsadTantap"ck'the air- :they searched out at the 'boiler healing: elements which soothe and heal the on any A. C. L. R. R. Ticket Agent or; J. O. Kirkland D. P. A,. Hills-

; : \ship for polar work. Captain Pallln works? inflamed membranes and atop the irritation boro hotel Tampa Phone 3232: L. S. Scott T. P, A,. Care A.. C. I*
I&a. la the lack of transportation and inflammation while the creosote goes Ticket Office Tampa. THE NAPLES HOTEL,
l. facilities after making a landing. on to the stomach is absorbed into the ,
'i. '. The Arctic region now best worth BURNS HURT blood attacks the seat of the trouble and P. P. Sthatt, Uaoager
; studying, Captain Pallln considers to destroys the germ that lead 'to consump P. & 0. Steamship Company
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be" unless apply UCASBO. tion.
the one north of Siberia particu you
tBe.-nighborhood of Nicholas II Boning water, stoves, hot crease; CicomuLion is guaranteed satisfactory in :J i

h' land.' About this territory little Iskno.Do >fire and sun inflict painful burns.IICABBO the bronchial treatment asthma of chronic, catarrhal coughs bronchitis an3 colds and, -inimiiiiiimiuiHiiiiimnimmmiiimiuiiimmiiiiiiimiimmumumnimii I 1 I l I iui1i 'e; .. ,

,' It may be as large as Nova at other forms of throat and diseases and 1
rv blistering.away lung ,
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Zambia and may be connected smooth is excellent for the after F "
building
the akin clear and without acar. up system Streets ;.Walks, | \
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., colds: or the flu. Money refunded if any \
Frans Josef Land. What Captain cough or cold, of bow long standing Fort \ .
e> :. It is .necessity to every housewife. no matter Lee Construction Co. Tampa- Myers-Everglades
Pallln proposes to do Is to egni s- a Ask your druggist ktICAimo is not relieved aft r taking according .. (
5i hunting vessel of about 80 tons,'Sav to directions. Ask your druggist.* Creomolaion : I
j fog: auxiliary motors___.nnn and _then stayIn > X.. Atlanta. Ca. (Adv.) 308 Pythian Bldg. Steamer'Everglades -
Fort Myers\
Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday '
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Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades :

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C-pt tFPO like thi&. 1 Cfnt: a word foe taCh number.day. ., ./> /> I

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8-Pt.type We this 1 cent day. HARRY B. HUNT of New Jersey he would ha..... i C
10-pt: type like a w.ra for each 4Iay; .KA Service Writer known .t once that- the -annyi.ai HELP ONE OF THESE CANDIDATES TO GO OVER THE

this 4 cents word for intentionally maneuvered
each day. Even ,. soC
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1VPt type like this 5 a'word WASHINGTON- a ( would owe Edge nothing con ; TOP-GIVE THEM .\ RIG SUBSCRIPTION:
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each'day:
7"111: :::: section with Its call on the prestutnt. -
No ac1verUllrll1eat at11UM HATE' ..... 'l .f; Which Is exactly what .
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'1!on.' be In..rted for 1..58 than 2S rents for first IUZler1 ;; President Coolidge ccomnllshe4< lie would have known that this"CoolWgo
durIng the call at the White
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I'nt p.r wrd In kdtht r1ered% to to th nti e.ili.'t: dyi will Wcbar4 32 : House a few days: ago oC 300 oft- fought Junt as hard to da Miss\ Daisy Albrilton . . . . . 80,700 VOTES I ..
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per word 0" other. six**. r&to oo point type anjr 1 Cvnt cera! and privatee feat Edge for re-elecUonv as it did II
-' TERMS Army.of. New Jersey.This ." to le-elect CoolIdge. Mrs.\ Margaret Condurant . . . . 123,900 VOTES I We sure that yon .I-
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Not'o "Card Cash .n advance chjslrely CooUdga feminine Army outfit.to Perhapa an e*: Under the circumstances for Mrs. Alice C. Bailey . . . . . fcl,300; {) OTES I bOth ral-
: of Thanks- -Resolution.." ... Coolidge to tell tne.ladlea that, the mill save your
!. ';or'our' 0lif'Vtooctlon. |n rtedor tesa thaa because ell: $bIO. it tfldattrange. : Rtfi' finest thing they cook do wouldbe Miss A\a Barfield . . . . . 174,500 VOTES uabl time and money U
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:.rbI! Jlaper is not.. rebpou$1bl. lor bring'advertlmnc niltaj I" adverttments In cncrcrtly tel..Io.-l-1Ilh type I'tte... for. to the Calvin cell were that not arrangement made- Mike to Senator send down Edge'another made senator an el: Miss Irene Denham . . . . . 173, 00 OTES: I you come to us for your 4

through regular political channels ready embarrassing sItuation still I Miss Jella Fennell . . . .h h. 25COOOTES auto accessories. VT*
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: OR-SA framed through their senator or taor&ao., e I Mass\ Hilda Golden . . . . . .15*,900 VOTES carry a complete stock at
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Brown and Mrs. Louis Thompson

FOR: SALE-Choice lot in Belle i YtNTED.ofepapj book reviewer made the arrangements thejiselvea \4 ia tile one members Vic 1 barrier that p.vgnts .- M-s J. Johnson . . . . . . '83,700OTES;
JVue subdivision. X Y Z Care I WMIO'rew I M>1"! for club **. direct with the .AVbUeUouse of the House j' Auto Supply
n-uusbIe. WtIl CO Out of town-. Ik!" lu7 r iron achieving a measure of pri Miss VenUe Langford . . . . .12fU OO VOTES
fress. 362t. |I noIII: Office. U.1I tl racy: approachlc; that already en Store
; Finding the. delegation of NewJerseyltea Juytd: by members of te S lJlate.III Mrs\ D. A. Page . . . . ... . . 23,000CTEi,
FOR n''WANTt:1J IJlPLQ\UST-Younc!: man ._ On his program ,U I for the Cat'
SALE-Water front acreage i in d of work immediately. Ja. Ford seemed to CboUdge that the occaslon prov'dintr! office accoramodi- I Mrs.\ P. W. Roberts . . . . . 76,000 VOTES j(CI I -Elel''llalDjf 407
Myakka River and Charlotte lIar- 1 Car AJdrtM C" Car ITeii j-- liens for members of Consreas. rbone

Dor Bay between Sarasota and Punta '1- worthy would 1' the be Republican made more senator note Uncle Fan built tw. bandsome i Miss> Helen Sams . . . . . . 90.700OTES ,;; ,. IF

Vtorda- Address P. L. Weeka Owner. I IBrooksTllle. LOST- front that .state was Included In whit. marble equal sve buildings of ppro&lmately :Mrs. J. F. Tatum . . . . . . 12S.600 VOTES I ,.

Florida. 3-4-1tc SiiLtilXi.t,55-: : fny tniLfo rcu.e l_ Let us the So party.a phone can ,from the White But whereas the Senate office I' Miss Eloise Williams . . . . . 114,300OTLS -
know Dt Auto ticnaBea:! C building must house only 36 senators
For Sale' -Rough lumber direct from taker 4 Cllfioa ty 3-3-Cic Whl- a House asked Senator Edge to run the House building must provide Mrs. H. L. Marlow . . . . . 25,000 VOTES raIw-Le park IH u Ol1e huuUred and

the sawmill to job anywhere In Wft-Tire va rini wita ,black f'U'' ",. tng up end hands join with(be his president constituents.in shall quarters for no less than 43} j Mrs. H. H. Hiltbrand . . . . . 2:>,000 VOTES eIghty! acre citrus gro e turned Into

and around Fort My en. See us before S' x f I-2. between i>ara: 7011' buy.. WhUaVer ft Clifton. IIarMota.fyera.. u..r\L \,rite taUr Box l a; The result. la that while each. I .
: :3GitpMISCELLANEOUS the.president been at 'i senator baa a commodious suite of -
Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. .
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yeb1C. he could not or rooms. 4 Mecca GardensOnly
milled guests were. Miss Huston the inflammation which ; ,
csascs practically -
have noticed the constraint Members of the House. except for ;
BOATS FOR 4ilAI.E-Halt Cabin Crnlser.maboctiiy .
.. flnlrh. Ml ft. long It ft. with which the ladles of the chairmen of important committees Long ledge Cona :Mrs: David Carlson all stomach. liver and intestinal i 1 1-2 mLe. frojA Ce1ur.otly. ,..

,*az*. 4 ft. draft. 4ft H. r. 191',:oth Century EAST FoRT -armi" greeted their senator. Lave only one. Mrs. Thee. Melander New lork ailments, including appendicitis. .I hiss llow'jt'nujeteea! Lest.LOin .

two.:bunk Engine*, fore, epeed'and' aft 12 :rallM Boat per new hour onway : his In vaina.AIt'EJS-. soon ..>n perty the will mprove Coo-... .!However he seemed to sense A proposal to construct addl Mrs. C. W. Long Chicago the Re,.. One dose will convince or money re $3 5.00 UP. qutffur cash. balance

*; Built by New ,York Yacht A: Engine menu ha".. flue now \'O"kmpaled: are In. Ue nothing wrong. And ,when the Mortal quarters within the present and Mrs. F. A. Shore, Mr and Mrs funded. Hunters Drug Store and 3 years. I.. l. J1I;:cott Realty Co.
of buih-"B lo.. "line" th. hear over, the presl& building finds unanimous favor
Company Inquire J. C. Callabaii handshaking was
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ef actrrliy m now $Mh> J. R Foiworthy, Mis Florida H*>itman. druggists everywhere
Doc Grande. Florida. I-12-tf terln a o Easy dent. putting en arm affectionately among members. I
'. .. A1u two I silurn flew house, ",. shoulders tom! his But brought face to face with Mrs. Martin Shulti, Miss Lo-
)'O1-8At.t--Daudy. fine 5-roem tiouee. -... heinluole 4l.alt0.., luc,. across Edge 1N ('!HHITOHKT1N: .''.'It t'4tR LEECOt.aiY. I
:1 Lot tOvlaQ.' New *nd as well built a. : Z-l -tfu. visitors that he wished\ theyd the administration demand for a r ine Heitman and Hiss Lois Fox- feTATfr' : OP LOKID4.IS i DK. W.v H. GRACE i
can*b* don. kaat Port '&17."". maU pledge themselves to see that New cut in government expenses of. worthy. CUANttKl. I '
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paytn nt down-balance like rt-rt. &.ml- Iv"Ie Tour 3Worty with ui if you .aut Jersey soon cent dpwn another some 10Ck>>dd millions next year it I II Physician and Surgeon\ .
nol. Realty Company,. Inc. rhone 5ZL J't\one 80101. lI1.-tnmw.t 5.L. teo11T. Cempaiy Republican senator "like Senator seems certain that tbs next Con- A unique feature of the tahu decorations JESSIE BItt. FOR r>r\OPCFHBADLEb. I Office 1>'1& Earnhardt BIdg. I
t--ttc. V. ;. Complainant
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tfv: Ede- gress. at least wilt have to atrug- was the centre piece consist- I \ermia House 147 Woodford AYe;

VUH, 8AU3t-HK Have the beat suUll.vision l'alin-Le rark lias! already interested tied the president kept himselfup.tod.utsfl gle along with "no more privacy ing of a solid block o' ice formed into U J. HPnrrF lierendant I Telephone 82-Office 2 ringi
around ,Fort loiTers at a Itarealn. orer' ) the 4 internal politic*. than an elephant in a oo.". IT APPKAKJVC: by Affidavit filed lathe
It consist of 21 acre on McGregor Boulevard one hundred Frt Myers the shape of a fruit basket and! filled above ctyl..U cauae tli. lISt naMtcnt'C! House'! S rings!
.*.. Seminole llealty Company people "hit hare purchased horn*. wIth different kinds of fruit. After of IX J.'Hf'adl..e ta BlarVstone \-irjf mlo,
}" S-10-tf. class held its '. '.' dinner the guests took part in the that Uier Is I
reals'::r in a meetingat canoe ; no person in
.'0" &JLL& 120 feet ornamental Iron tV fflUE A the home of Mr iUraU] Thomas masquerade dance.Operation the State of Florida. mnice of siiNpoenaU Mecca Gardens -
H\O\i. want his BAYS' > horn would
.-fence complete with comrvate block own home \Ve | oii bind -in* said Lkfend
base, one double and one single gate* can nell you one on small. payment on Victoria street. TnnrsJ; afternoon ant; that the saIl IttrfemUnt Is over the I I A complete residential suburb.I .
with ornamental pout Also about 8118 down and balance like ..,nt. &uunoie ate!: of t.'enf -on* years. IT IS THtl t1,1 -f lake. awunmlng -
feet, wooden picket fencing Apply I Oil- Kealty Company, Inc, J30 First street Not Successful 'ON ORDlItEi'; that said Defendant I Business ceiJyrparts.
met, )(. Iteltman.. Z-U-tt : Z7tIe.SXA.1'8W. Plans were made for the :March. IM and he Is hereby required to appear pooL jGots $375.00 WP. Quarter
; COUGH IS YOUR to the ili of Complaint on or before K. L. Jeffcotti
FOR SAU3_Three fin.; lot. In 'AHa- are looking for and snaps work a part of which is a flake "16 years ago I was operated for Monday.D April GinS A U4 !:.. otherwisethe I i cash. balance 3 years.
.mont r...... SemInole Realty Company we _JL Any tiling. any where.. If you Sale" to be held in the Arcade appendicitis and later operated alk-gauona of the Raid Hill Will be i Realty Co.
want la "II. or if want on tak.. confcwml .
Inc. Phone. 611 21-tfc. you to buy see n aa by tics wort defendant.IT I
mot and I 'will' Intercut you.Jiasis I Saturday March fourteenth begin again for gall stones. Neither did me !:'* FURTHhll ORPrKMt. That this "
rO0taLS;: Suburban ttome and tie Bargain HunterJJvulKo DANGERSIGNAt (Irdbe publIshed In the Fort W>trsITws ,
ul good and I suffered all kinds of
ten any
03 at clock.. This Is only the ,
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chicken farm. Extra good fiveroomhoU a n W8|> |irr of general circulationpuWj
*. garage chirkta )KMUS. brooder a..lUMolS.1 .second business meeting of this class torture since. Five years ago I tookMarrs "liM in L.e County Florida. I A.. U White MATTTilCE ATRER3
ho,,... One acre of around. House fully Watch Fort llyers spread to the Cult UOM3 A\L Ol:DEI El> AT Fort James C. Pinney
Wonderful have
and
furr.l.hed. Come In and let cc show yIioomlaol. -. Home-tHe. Water front, Truck. I.1n.hI! Chronic qottshs; and persistent wIlL lead t The next meeting will be held In ;: Remedy :My"",, Florida on the 6fi day of Feb- LEE COUNTY ENGINEERING: co.
I( alty Company Inc. Z30 "First and none.RL'.C.For wiLl. > a. dimat So.-.. 1323.: I ClvU and Structural Engineers 1
.&reet. I S 27tfo. BarrIns. see me.at once. a I J. F \KNEH.
stomach sufferers should take it. It
J. Bell. Kel Estate Broker. It. U Eo. now with CreonuJsion. an emulsified, creosote i as en April the second. After Via business (SEAL) Clerk ef Circuit Court Consulting Engineers oa Drainage.
FOR SALE l':M acre of land on roun"ty 1. .-ox 113-iron A&7e"n:&. a-f"tu that a iltasant! : to tike. CrcorauUion I was computed a short social i Is a: simple, harmless preparationthat o( tee County. .1orkJ... Bridges Fort and Myers.Structural Frlds.iiiiMliItIIlIIIiillIIhhIiIIlIillIlhhiuiIlihIiiC1. Work.--..
: road. only three mile out. $150 per is a new piojicjl djocotery with tnoIUd hour remove the' catarrhal mucus I*> JULES UAPKI-N
acre. One-fifth cash balance t. wit Statistics show Americana :Ii:- was pleasingly enjoyed by alLPNER i Deputy C3crks .
pUJlchakr. Seminole Kealty Cnmpanylee4 drinking more tea. ?aadlso are ton; it soothe and real} the !icfLmed!! I from the intestinal tract and allays : 1:1: At 77. 41ft.. ,_. .- ., .....
tit First street. t.11 tfc far Con- mmLrnct.ard liU Ibo. germ.; -
PARTY ENJOY.tl5lEhir
gress has taken.no action in the I ;
mat- Of i
all known i !
drugs.
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Pioii3AlB: Extra bargain In home ter. crcwscJc. u recos: -, ---- !
Uean Park. Furnished house with six 7xed by the medical fraternity as the

low room.. nrk-e Oood Seminole garage, Kealty fine shrubbery Company.IOItSALI)0 Plain and Fancy Sewiag. 242 Lee street. I '-Hrst healing agrocy for the Ire:tment of : and Mrs J. L.1 Nelson entertained : ( 1 .: \ SPORTIiATSC j Build With Brick"I !

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T .r.Ldeic.ruur.hiaiaL: CJJs gad 0tht3 iou&,
.I.f tin-oat and lung trouble CreoatcUiop! \ ; at a- dinner prt'Fhnrsdayevening : We have }just received a shipment I J. C. McDonald\ 1 1H
at the Royal Talm.hotel. The
Auto Exchange Biuinfcsa lour last. cbane--te'jj':; !) a55 ? na? contains, in adthlVui!! to crcnsote, < new sport
which consists of Second handparts -
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and ears 1 &JJOn-u.... bltlll..e a. farm In the luna settlon at farm min: elements! which soothe anj hr i' lh, l\OTHL: Or, SPfcllAL LLGISL.VTIO> hats that you will be glad to General Bkklayer 5
A-wood business at a bargain' i. 1+ prices.. We hate Just bought theTidIer ihlapt4 membranes and ..:op t'io: utita.ioQ __ == and ==
CII\ton. City, S-2&-.CC. \ farm ef' 110:; -1 inlimmauon, vhJo the Xoti<-e- Is hereby given that anpllratloa tv look over.
cicosoie
acres and are goes I' will be made to the Sttte Legislature = ContraeUr =
VOH! SALE-I acres muck and grove (and offering; It IB tea 1.rrer/izacb for 41 .10 the stomach is absorbed: inl liiaJ I II hkh convenes on the first Tuva- 7l l I Each one reflects simmer in: '
--with 12 year old on It. S roommodern .--1. attacU the of the I day after the first Monday In April 1325 :
grove ll. nsrW ttrufsi : teat Iroublo! and : Brick and Til* Bungalows =
bungalow with convenience. On 4,per acre apt : This 'lo for the passage of the following proposed _I its freshness. loveliness and
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hard road. Owner will sacrifice. Press. I U: the best farm of IU size fa Lee ('O. \ >- germs that lead: to ceMU2.pf ; : law: ._ wide range of colorings. Lots .Specially =
Bo4 No. 211 t-t-lta. :p AN ACT ENTITLED AV' ACT ESTBUlalllNO .
thoroughly drained, deep well, li ;com 1soll-is f guaianlccd. l tatia'aclory in A BIRI IfSFIATIOV TO of poke effects that are so Why not build snbstaatlanyT!' rH =

FOJt' SAL.B-U* withn 300 feet of Caloo- acres ,in busrfu! g; oranges!! aud budded Jie tresimcta of drome coushs; tr.'I.J coMi lit RESERVATION., R.X.OW:! AS IN Tilt: TVMIXMI' BIRD g.. popular. .
l satiatchee River Only tioou Includingall THE "OU.NTT OF
street Improvements. Pr... Bolt No.IHtc.. manpos!, ;0 acre* eleared, $*ooobnngalow bronchul! .aslhmo, catarthal! broacnjus ,m) I lEI C ;: .' ; '. Box 832-Fort Kjers L

1154 and other bdl Ungs. See ?|h,..r forms of throat atd lun; di ccu.sod L. It enacted by the Legislature of the iliiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHoffman 1

11>H SAt.15-*IIO aero of best muck land me. at once. If yen. unnt;t-farin. nccllror" for building) : up tli. 5uC'm Jtcr. ( State Section of Florida iA :bird Pxservatkm. to be DRESS HATS : i ...
lo* West side Lake Okeechobee at only J. 1C. DaU ; Ua or l' r Ciu: Money rcfuidcl if ant knew. a. the TVMIAMI BiLl) RESFll V
S l.09 per acre If Interested tee or dgh! or cob: !, 1 ATION Is hereby created In the county
no uu.iierufhowl.utgntaod. Here "
write Z ba N. Johnson. Belle. Ola' "vu Ellidgeralm.Lee jpar'tat HUUt: 'of l4e within the limits and boundaries you will find Just the
J-J-Stp. I1g.:. b tint relieved a'lcr! likins a-cirJinj '. as h -r.inaftcr described to-writ; AU that hat your taste demands and nci;; !
Park has"aa rfejTtj, ToJboalevardi ( t- tlire.-tr.ina. At C;; your; druijiBi: .Oreo- I portion of Lee County In the State of '5- which; will aid in: best
I yon -
completing
FOR SAL.K-Id Acre plat. corner Estero istthton Ce .htlar4. Fiorina lying wt and arnnh of State
Co.Jv.
avenue and Hanson street. Inquire. 1201 parVed' )a jthel' 'ceat. ri : *, ) ; Roads Numlx-r; FIve and Twenty-.ven. the color scheme by I .CettjtoKiii&;: n1lders

Cottage street. Owner. a- pj, .Mh:Eoyal Polnit, reaching front Mc t km.: Oectton bunt.2.trap That destroy It tOtalS by be unlawful any means to .: ...-- -_ matching or! contrasting with lida(: ceUd: Ate:' I

FOR S.4LE-Gulde Boat with fish well. Gregor boulevard te the Tarn la ml whatever within the limits of the Taml .: that flew frock: fart Jfjers TlorUa :
!''O$pray Hood motor In first class condi Trail. :2.10-U.;: ; YtrN! (; MATRONS ctrBf ami Bird Knaertatlon provided for In ; .
tiu0i ,PitY box 210 Press Office. section 1 of this act. any bird, wild turkey ''They .
: are fashioned of -
E T J-C-24-4tp wild ? e. dixk.. vr any wild bird ; straws :-:;-; : : : -r:
4 Flower Decora'Jons '" The Matrons School ..-I IM k nrt, deer -.y draw and fabrics
on a Linei' Young_ Sunday or foal of any or wqulr' silk. and
FOB SALE-Piece: of property on Hen- Ten thousand flowerirz n-L at any tlm, and that'there shall not a braids.
dry atreeL Buy direct from on'' and ;pltnts anij ..1.. : hereafter within said limits be any open :
M? eomsslpBox, 12 Fort Myers.f ferns_ ,of, vartei*. kn4ic.! U!
; 2-f-lip.: your for the decoration of the "blc rt :. ; 1 and any ot any person kind who etcrpt aj'any domestic time fowl violates -, ... : from:Prices on all models' range All kind of roofs applied. repaired -

rooms Qti one. of the bl!,' ttllnsIt: : Electric Sijpply Co. ( the proxlslona of .this law shaH ; .i.. .|, and painted. y> do.it
FOR RENT 1: Vie liner, I upon conviction be punished as ia now '' --1 right *
provided by Uw for violation* of tiC : -
I Game Laws et thin Male 3.50 upStore 218 Lee St. Phone 404
FORKTNT-One furnished room, msUla A Good Thing DONT MISS IT 242HendrySt. ,I I buctkm I. It shrill he the duty of theCounty _
8trtd- 2 2 -tfo, I Commissioners, ot the of L
Send yocr name and address plain county it-

FOR RENT-Very' nice' rooms, bywePrmqnth.4I 'I ly written,.tofetherwith5 cents (ADd We repair flat irons, curling irons. 1 I Tamlaml Lee to poet Bird at KeservatkHi various places-presided on the for Rogers MijaneryHcndry\ I : -

Lea St., l-l6tTc this slip) to Chamberten ilediciae percolators, 'toasters etc. ) In this Act noUws to the public show- ; -
Co. ilwnes. receive 1 Ing that no hunting in permItted on said
Pea. Ioi4vJUd; G. A. LOXGBRAKE JL D.
Pnrnished in return trial Flash Lights. Batteries.. BulbsLamps I I reservatIon, .jii1. warning the. public I II ,
FOR RKNT- room Apply a package containing ; I against violations of this In... r St..
22k Garrett fit. e-a-itc.: CHAUBEBLAIN COUGH KEilJXDY Hitnres Irin _d/3 Temporary office
,. .. ? I I FLOKiUAM>CBO. SOCIETY.
, for ponghs, colds, CT9tip. bronchial ". ,, .. Hy iUram flvrd. president. I
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tOS Second SLf
FOR RE..T-RooIl1. at ; at residence 897 2nd. St
F 33itoPOR ':na' and whooping coughs, -!;- -C.U !$.I74-:tH lt.* 50 t ,

and tickling throat ChAMBER BmimillimillimillllimillllllllllllllUII.llIIII.'Illllltlll i i llllllllllllimillllllllllllUIIIII hours: 11-12-24. :, >
HBVT-Store on Blake street John LAIN'S T4BLET3 for stomach tron = ._
//0 F, nartl sou'- at Fort Myers Wholesale
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.Lies indigestion. gussylpains that =
Grocery Company. .: %ittc. f;
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crowd the heart biliousness and con. .
ROll KENT S room house well\ furnished. stipation; alq CU.tMBEELAIN.3alivE. = :' .1Jr.Geo..Masgana
2 = .
l-f-<
See Joe.Tiner ltQ
needed iir every family for = .;- .
barns scald,wounds pilesand skin: : VETERINARIAN I .
FOR RE1NT-Furnished Room. 2iC Roy. =
:.at Palm *-<- tc affections; these valued family medi :: ( ? = .. French and :American Graduate

F.w.-nENT-Rooma.: by Cay or week. clues for only 5 cents. Don't miss it. : (; 3t Ej Rabies Vaccination

Two blocks from P. 0. 2i econd corner Tags Furnished
Carrtt. X-2.tfc. Sewage Disposal l > g .: DeLnxs Trains ibfyrtk and West : 34 years, practice,

3-Ott. RENT-Extra large store only May annoy. you. If BO addresa postal ':: 1 == 810 Anderson Are. '
...f.1Q,1HI a tnootU Bos.; .11.. 14-ic.c to( CL 1... 'L "p.' general'delivery. who "X"t "" :: .: ,v THE SOUTHLAND ..

IfOR: 'RJS.JT-'Threa fanUshed rooms at handles a aanitary system that is ef- Pasty Put.&MAlh TKm SLUmw DIHIMO.TAMPA.LAKauu OBSERVATION CARS: asp CO&CMU' ,
Crescent Beach. Inquire lOt SecondSt. .t\ \ : vo CINCINNATI Dower :
Ocient and Inexpensive. C iaCTIOn AT JACKSOMVII.LC
(JHJ( WITH Tmu SUWPKHC >0.
S-I-.tp.
Fort! :Myers. eo
; -- '- g ,LOUISVILLa. INDIANAPOLIS. CMKACO. COklMISUS. GUIlD MAP IOC :
: rain-Lee Park has eight kindred : -. Tmp II:00 AH At.'LowijtiUe C Ji VM
rots .ttNT4 room house and garage -
3 I. :: Lv. Lake !
t- **< HttS PM '
". At InduuuBoItt 4443
month. John fBartftsoa AM :
Blake 8U'eet-120 :
--on beautiful horaesttea.Mcccn .. ,
= = : Z-v. JackwariBe 1:29 PU Ac. CoIasibse2 -
at tort Myers Wholesale Gro- 19 AITJ I
; Ar. Xsornlle 12-49 Pfc Afc CranJ kapOk ;
tr2lCossn7.: aUtic.biii3NTN I: Ar J L Mt :
-' c.a ""eift. 39 FM Ai" OtK-.r( AM : GRADY PITS 'GLASSES
'with ::. ST.LOUl3EXPflgs$ _
: ice large bedrooms : C < .
-a" of living room. Apply after five Gardens .t.-' a OAH.V. VCABHOUH3: d.".n..o CA* .nmc TO er Lou... Ia -- FattoROTAL <,' 1M.
O'plott.J |J2* Monroe ..tree'a.. .- - Broad streets and,Uiajpnal .boJ 1.*' l Sale Ar Mo. coMnr a;40 AU At. EvaninlU S Ail e .
FOR-RBNT-House In 1tl! I Tarda- lined with Coif. ::'ut aai SojilPalms. Special Ac. lIly >dcaas ':45 Ptt- As4! Sc. Lctua 9MM&IOJSAU : '
CaQ Roy Gilbert. Phone ., a Ar. Cirmairt 12 15 I'M Ar. Chnaf. PALM PARK H
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'c Lets JJT;OOsSp. qU.1.rkr ca: !X S NEW ORLCAt4S4LORID.aj.JM1TED.. -: :
jkiUtNT-Furnisti.d) apartment-one balance 3 ')'dSs.: K.'U JcScott n*t.It7.Co' I BRIDGE OIKSAT COMHKCTIOMa Lao QtWCKCST CCJTVIC TO-CAUVOMUa :Bordering* the Caloosahatche

: room. kitchenette street "and. ,private. -bath.-s-tfc.1X2Tournament : LAMPS e THaca. DAILV TRAINS TO New CMUAN WITH PVUMAJI t: f: Riverv; All] Water front privileged
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Lw.7aeksoselle 1234Pft sasFM SISTAILC reserved for lot owners.
.. L- RANTEDVTANTKU Ar.Pmoicis lipSyti $ OOAM $dPK : .
;"1 JI PaIDa.Lee Park has hard sarUced F Saturday Only Ar. Mobile 2:55 AstJ ; xsc Pld. 3JS'.A 3jC See P. ED. TATEN *
Ar &cv OrViMDIXIE aGo All 6:50 I'M ,4t5$ Alt Eoyal Palm Park Fart MyertFOBT
: to Rent-for balance of Streets five f..t cement sidewalks : :: C -- FL1""" .ND DIXIE LIMITED :
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.son a well built furalshed house or e Os-orate D.e C -
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bW1g=. J't1.SSl1U.. I.JtWA ; electric lfeht and ;water .* Wryhemeslte : For one day only we are offering these "''%-L.AKSLASO-. --TO-. C 1

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T..ag EaglDH'I'' irHk aite.fle .- I bridge lamps In.a special sale.1 They haye a C a Le.Tasepa l2a. a. --4 .eycL_ 10.PI C 3tTTBS ilWELKT CO.
L': L.luiJa.d
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? wants room la prIvate : IO.rII Le.Lakd.al 11:40PM Jewelers

fQaQtj'".. I1** melgrmborBOod. JX>. t ::fd I strong jornamental wrought-iron Jwise and a beautiful : Ar Ar. Sc.CJXaa.Lwia I l4SAJf:40 AMA AxCbicaga..-St T* -a' 4 1JSFM JO PU .. Optometrist tad Vtx.. ortldu : I

('.f f 11. Anal. _*jIyounE HENP roe Fvemsa IIIPO."A"lION.4 luscavATioKa tre. '
AOMCS '
.' i it.bbed..pI 1 parchment shade done in attractive designs. I N.- .. ELLis. T. P. A... S04 aTOvaA.L R.DG.* .: Eyes tested Claasf fitted
IaI I l { CHOSE 3374) TAMPA 229 First St. fort Myers. rlajJie

..r.> tin '- '- ..vemasss1e.td. ,. ffj...., -f I i i I Buy them at the low price of E ?. c. BnrrNnr. FIA." Clt PASSOR.: ACT K 134 w. BAY ST.. :

Box i iI : ,
PrtYt932care fullJ1r-prdund. : !31 .
.Press, W-t.t. : Sei1ifnb1e} C 0..... :: .
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: 11 iiA1Di1JEsfrm TIt Igarl''Ranks t Well i' are fancy open and at curious the elbow their and cats puffed Some at i_ Pacific Coast Mermaid ,]''cutting bpeninj the of the Automobile Candy"Bridge distance last"tall between I>Lucky up ee a--child nuOdiiJ: labor law:r Hs'. ': .* !s I J.:

In Modern Sanitation the wrist.- When sleeves are absent -- __ _- the two cities to About twenty -I ----- F
t however they disappear completely.Some. I r-lALIFORNIA Eaaiuppl-"ak nany miles is given as a contributing !J'| They are talking about adding a
\ >y.r OF ROYAL PALM HOTEl evening dresses show deep I _..l of the greatest tennis stars fame abandonment of the serrice. month to the year again. Let's add ;
SOFIA. March 7.-A representative armholes, and in many Instances the prominent onions them being .. i i I!lit right after February to postpone b
w far Sutton. BUI Johnston Helen ? GAEVESVILLE.--Strong: oppositionwilt .
of the Uockfellow: Foundation In'mope bodices seem to be cut away under and Maurice MeLoughlin. income i tax day.GAIN .
Tills
\ .i "' Dr. Selsksr Michael Gnnn, the arms. Now CalUornla bob up with a encountered by Georgia: Techswimmers..when I ;
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from Sofia after brand. IU latest bid : they appear in the :: WEIGHT
J- L. Nelson of the HOTS >efore his departure afferent sport
I .', Palm haul, tendered manager a beefsteak dir '.v or fame In the field ot sport Is confined University of Florida waters April 11 I! underweight useLEONARRDI'S ':
-aer Tuesday evening fn' honor r 'n Bulgaria arranged; for the sending 'Round Florida to s+rwtomlrg. against Gatorland pool sharks. This !, ELIXIR FOR :.-
.... : six local 1 physicians for a year's In the recent national swimming will be the first of an extensive schedule : THE BLOOD. This tonic increases
the Royal, Palm "Old Grard. r' the blood. increase r rj'
In Amer-j i tournament: held at St. Augustine of good matches being arrangedby the appetite buflds up .
who hare been staylnr In Fort !y"r :onrse of study and practice Fla, Eleanor Carrattk. 15yearoldrUifornl } the st 'ply of the roach .
'eaeh year sine the Royal Palm one MBhospitals.'These. doctors are to lay Ta AuocUto4! Fr .t". miss, spranabi* fur- Coach R. G. Manchseter for the I seeded red cells.: It provides DQIU'- ;
selected competitive examina- DELANO-All state teams that Gator swimmers who have in their, blood rich t
men well-known the
beating oikes
ed. 25 :mbT ishment that
yean ago.'r..The :.
;t 'cn. and will leave next September. plan to compete in the high school stars as Ethel Lackl and Gertrude fold Mnrdock Barn, Captain CwbJtt, and and tius; enables the blood e ;-
pure .
delightful stag soiree win ? Dr. Gnnn pronounced himself hllh'TlIleaed.wtth' girl's basketball tournament here ederte.w' Scarborough:'Ralph NimniQns, ..TtQ f F Jtnpart th13'n. found strength .:
honor of Joseph M\ Baldrldite, :"Om'bas the arrangements for Johnson and others.. body. It also acts gently on -
) March 1%, 13 and 14.must have their to the {
Mararly
Joe who departed for which he and ki'Jaeys. : '
''ultatiOD'In'Dulgarla. pro- t the liver r
Bar credentials In the hands of Coach II. .
'Mr. 1
yesterday morning. ounced superior to the achievementsJon ORLAXDO:-The school board has Make yourself robust and btalthy.Fill
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ridge, after several weeks' .stay I' McQuillan. Stetson Atheletlc Director wUow erase the'
{ the same lines In several Euresn selected Prof. M. L. Alstetter to succeed out the spots
;Fort Myers left to Join his moth by March 6. it Is stated here!I bees caused iy lack of flesh. Start'j \
'> rovntries.! Sexton: Johnson as supervising g
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and family at the East .Cos at cty! Only eight teama will be Invited to i with LEONJ.RDI'SELIXIR
; The other dinner m*.ts *<*< W' participate and these will be furnished -I principal of Orlando district schoolsProf THE BLOOD at oace. Insist on.' t
Hard C. Perkins, of Providence!: I HXASTpOPYPlANT with rooms and board at the university Johnson resigned several weeks r LEONARDrS in the yellow pack.age.
; for ago to take 'a"similar place la Tampa: At all lrosasts.PUBLIC j
L; L. C. VamVleekv Toledo Onlr eight players and a woman _
Atlantic City. >' \, coach or 'chaperone at the Professor A.Istetter has for sometime !
CoL J. W, Ewlng. z a
1" jj' been principal of the junior and senior -
J: Thomas Fisher. Phil"delpbt- ECUATLANTA schooL a '
Pa; ;J. W, Campbell. rtnadolfMf: OF GEORGIA j high schools here.It 1 FORUM\ 1 F

Pa.: Frank M. Graft BHlrsvllle.] Pa AVON- PARK-Clearing and plant ..
O. East Oraiige. N. J never seems to occur to Europe t'um.ut.\ e uI addreee. 't
8. Foster. Gs-The reputation of'I ng has been started In banana cul- wt Lo I' ''e .' ." ._e'' 'Ut's field with.I >
that debts be settled in simple
L. L Alan may a one
Erajtns F. Post. Qnogne. ; upon
-- stet' jr-t* WrHf p'iuniy.
son P. Rogers. Westhampton. L. I. >: or Ia Terh as a model technical t nre on a big scale In this section. ; way by paying them. I ,1.K of .the *s-t t on'y; Correspondence, :
City N. J ,stltution! Is so widespread that the One tract,of 9,000 acres due east of must I" eiK.-I' bt'>4 writer to prove
James P. Hall. Jeney G. withheld if sorrqurstrde
.ird will
fa 't\
Harry Po .Johnson, of Fort Slyer 3'ate of Texas Is to rt'l"l""dl1Ce the here. running from the old Bass enter --' -,-.. How are your teeth Now is the gooi .
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'. and' Dr. W. E. Brandt. Philadelphia l!>yslcsl plant! Just as It Is In Lub- I Ferry to the Polk county line, the struggle to pull it from the wa- alter of the Wilson'Line operators of time to get them in shape. Corn- i with ire tlw darn opinion not n or*ssar expressions ly concur "
-f Pa. buck, Texas. nrlll" be planted by one concern. water proved too much for T R. i a boat line on Tampa Bay announces on-the-cob season Is due soon. of its ('Orr,, onrtnts and reserves the
extensive musical program for D. Paul W. Horn president of the! Wright 74. of Port Huron. Mich. 'that this service will be discontinuedon nu'it to at j'ct any communication., "
lowed An thee dInner Interspersed wit[. recently created Texas Technological' WEST PAL. BEACH-Hooking abig who dropped dead during the strug April 1, because the volume of In Louisville Ky.. a boy admits he I
short addresses on vital topics by college. has been the guest of Pree- 1 I. amberJack and excitement of gle. Mr. WrIght was a retired grain business does Justify continuing the ------. -- -- ---
: the member" Mr. VanVleck divided 'dent M. L. Brittain for several days elevator operator lumberman, banker local steamboat service. Three I 1111 iiiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiiniiiuiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiii!!
the singing honors with Mr. BaldTldge. while going over the Georgia-Tech and Great Lakes shipper had been ''steamships have been in the service, I
1 The beautifully decorated! olans and machinery. Committees spending his winter: In this !section making from two to five round trips :: t tP =
table had tor its crowning note MrIi' representing the Texas legislaturewere Special l for many years. I daily over the twenty-two mile route '
N.Ia'. fayorlte:parrot which from la Atlanta several months ago (between here and Saint Petersburg 1= GROCERtr.t31 t.L !
with AV
r behind Its gilded bars sang alto tomost Tlosln' architectural contracts Valuesin TAMPA-Sidney L. Eason. man- carrying i passengers) and freight. .
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the L. W. Roberts A Co. Atlanta architects. --- 3gaitEO
of the speakers. ---- -----
:Mr. Baldrldge. the parting guest Several million dollars will _
:': tpoke' glowingly >ot Fort Myers Anelr' be Involved{ In the cost of the build- i SH BEANS 0 0

.. It.* poasibiUtiei. Virtually every Ins and equipment c.
!pember.ot the Old Guard cave a L. \7. Roberts Is a graduate; of Georgia j
abort- talk won the subject of the Tech and in addition to much Children'sCapes GRUEN i .i
;n"' tropics?but,It was the strong incla-. time given as one of its acUTe'members if 1QMATpREIISN
of the board of trustees is the ,
: :. Ire, iorcftnj 1 utterances of Mr. Johnson t=
,perennial Fort Myers resident alumni member of the athletic board CNlll 13AVa =
t. which will linger longest In the memory only having once been a football and Guild Watches =
,ef'-''''-Old Guard till they meet baseball player at the local Institu Dresses i PAYS

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Attractive offerings-and those famous watches, setting a wholly new standard in s goods and sell at a price that saves E

Generally BACK STYLE LEAD 1 the beginning of Spring the art of watch construction.The _
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HOBO KIDXZT AND BLADDER
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.t :: D.: Nelson: tf Lake Charles. PARIS. March 7,-A dlrectolre graceful l dress and.yetone, whose timekeeping excellence =_ Why not try the cash and carry
IXv:Wrttasr ritiwas long time be- touch -In day costumes and Oriental
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little garments made in the ?
I know will satisfaction it long run
give through way; pays .
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: tsre "'.found out what was the mat I Influence with gorgeous embroideriesIn well 'and in';designs that
ten"-wanted. to sleep ll'the time. evening frocks/ marked the opening I would expect to of service.
suffered with IIIr eyes, backaches and' of the.spring season ef the Paris you for elsewhere. .pay immmiiMiiiiiiiimmiimmiimimmiiimmiiimiiiimmimiii

o.etd c&esvcH4d.iio.cnergr and wu dress-making establishments now In. more The Gruen watch with its distinctiveness in design, :: S:
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i a.o.ccount.generaUy.iPoetori .", full swing. See them y u'Ufind sturdy construction, and the guarantee of true time 1 Victory Peas, No. 2 . ?. ...11'
-examined,;me and said I I Long .haired mannequins! bayo Yirtually. pleasure in selecting.l i .
had ,Bright!Disease. but could do me .replaced the bobbed haired variety :, keeping performance will satisfy the most exacting taste. '. ;

ao.'good. II ,loOk;;Hobo Kidney and. at the grand openings of the SPRING MATERIALS '. I f | Boned Chicken, 7 oz. ". ..;. ...70c _
111addertB..aa.dyaidtwa.'healed. I leading houses. See? our window.for the largest display of fine :: = '-
tjt 3'was{ W be put back on your The IlDea''are straight and skins
feet.i.to.Up-top-. .shape.1: try A treat*. flare. The )long V and dropped stomach New arrivals! sin silks, watches ever shown in Fort Myers. | II None Such Mince Meat . . 18cfhTrr .
Beat ot .Hobo Kidney .&;' Bladder effects are evident Many of the voiles and broadcloths. 5_.. '.'
,Remedy oaaionsyba guarantee 'models have'the front cut In. the long :
t from.yonr:neighborhood druggist V. or-the ornamentation is arranged READY-TO-WEAR I ; Priced from $25 up : .] els .Naptha Soap, 3 for2"Libby's t
i,BWW 'XB9ICCIE. COXP13Y with the: V'....'th.,'basis: I I c -' -.'-"'" -
.*.-. 1:' .:BeMaent, Texas In the tailored costumes the colors L d1es' 'dresses 'for sport, I ,
| Crushed pineapple No. 2,32c
t!'" Incline to browns I and the-Tarlft' street or formal occasions. I
.;bas ratsty.ruorCOmpaay'reports. shades of beige,.In which kasha clothsare Delightful patterns 'and i ,

*will,net necking,Income parties of'Un be, million.stopped When Evening extensively frocks employed.and wraps run to i designs to choose from. I KeG. Hasinger & Co. ,:I 1 Shredded Wheat, 2 for.. .,. .25cWheatena 3!

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i .One bad this*, about an ante wreck the one'wrapped side with, around a long effect tassel finishedon where Evans-Park,, Inc. JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS 214 MAIN ST. ... .25c( _:

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f. tel....,.yeti.In...boft" ', $" the- wrecks they hare on the whole appear to be In the :Maple: Karo 3 3Campbell's %-gal. :. : .., 55c f,
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