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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 16, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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
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Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
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Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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.t ; 41ST YEAR-NO. 95. FORT MYERS, FLORIDA. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1925!) ; PBICE5CENTS

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j "AUTOMOBILE ROAD O Empire State of Nation is FastLosingItsFarming i Predicts Quake Harvard Scientists Strive to Measure ATHlETICS OFF fOR Nl j



Population ,.. Star Cloud With Powerful Instruments I

WILL SOON BRIDGE I PALMETTO TO BATTLE ;

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(Br The, Aitwlated Frees) ed farms for the cities or other pursuits I (CAMBRIDGE :Mass, :March 16.- Harvard Observatory however seem

ITHACA N. Y.. March 16.-For the profitable than | Determination that the object in the to indicate that it lies well outside '
more BUffALO AND G CNTS
t ; GASPARILlA PASS I past eight years New York state has and In 1921. 21,000 left the universe most remote from the earth I I i the :Milky Way system It. has been : ,

I experienced an almost steady declineIn farming'l those visible the that making a
the state. i among through I II estimated a dirigible '-
It
'I I ;
.its farm population according to tI -
I highest powdered telescopes is the non-stop flight and travelling night
i
Beta Grande Fast Betemlnir Modern statistics compiled by the New York The figures show also [ faint star clouI, known to : I and day at a speed of 60 miles an Games Will Give Teang! Pitchers .1. ,

." bed} Is Pert for Ships State College of Agriculture.On hands have deserted their call- mers as NGC 6S22, is one of atrono.l I hour would require 33.315,000,000years Opportunity To Show

t f 0f All Nations January 1 of this year there ing. In 1917 there were 77,000 hired <. ''f.St contributions of the to reach this distant spot. Their WaftS J"
I hands the farms of the state. On ,
were approximately 165,000 less people on College Observatory to astronomical Another accomplishment of the observatory -
I January 1. 1925. there were, 26700. I JOHN J. :XOtATPhiladelphia :
,i ,: That Boca Grande Is now connected living on farms than there Herein I lore, Through studies made under the is the recent completion of By Newspaper Correspondent

y :' with the outside world by 1917. according to the figures. a decrease of 50300. :,buperv.ion of Professor Harlow Sha- Volume 99 of Harvard Annuals, the with Athletics

-. long distance telephone Is a statement In 1917 the farm population was 898- The report indicated that despite 1 f 1 : pley director of the observatory, it I last of nine volumes of the Draper

I made by Kingsmore Johnson I 000. Now the total has dropped to these reductions in farm population has been estimated that this star Catalogue, an astronomical work Today the Athletics are In Palmetto ..

who came np from the Island Sun- 733.000. In 1318. 40.000 tillers of the and labor the farms of the Empire I ;I cloud is about one million light years I covering information concerning where they take on the Buffalo Internationals -

t day. Autos are being taken Into the I soil left to engage in other occupa- State produced record crops last I : distant In the language of the layman I :250.0UO stars. Work on the Draper in a exhibition game to

Island now over Gasparilla Pass by a tions. In 1919. 34,000 more followed year. It was pointed out. hOlIl.ever"that. this means a distance of approxImately -I series. planned in detail by Prof's-: be followed by a match with the New 4

gasoline locomotive which hauls and in 1920, 23,000 relinquished agri- the production was made at the I six'eea! quadrillion, seventy sor William Henry Pickering in 1911 York Giants, four time National !.'.

them over the railroad bridge. ),Ir. cultural ,pursuits. The exodus in expense of other .important farm tri'lion four hundred billion miles. I has been in progress for more than League pennant winners.

Johnson says that this pass will soon 1921 was 16000. I work and that In many instances I NGC 6S22 was thought by the astronomers 13 rears The Athletics left early this morning Ii

be bridged and a good automobileroad There was a "back to the farm farmers neglected buildings, drain-I I Perrine Duncan and These volumes show the positions in buses and motor cars and It

ran Into Boca Grande. tendency in 1922 when 11,000 returned. age and fences to devote their time I i r rI I Hobbo to be analagous to the Ma- I magnitudes and spectral classes of was a weary group that made Its ,. :

The phosphate shipments from In 1923. however. 32,000 desert- to the production of normal ields, I I I !gtllinii clouds>. Studies made at the:! I (Continued on page 5)) appearance on First street at 7 a. m. '

South Boca Grande last year aggregated !! 1------ ---_ when Connie Mack Issued orders for )'(
Professor Klrtley M Bather: of the

that 750,000 shipments tons will and pass It Is the expected one- "MISS FORT MYERS"PiCKED GARREIT STREET PAVING 1 claims Department that of another Geology.earthquake.Harvard ;11 SECOND VOTE PERiOD QUAKER CITY BOYS everybody The Buffalo"to fall team In."Is not of big '

million mark this year. I comparable la the last one m' Intensity league calibre, but it possesses a .

Prom three to four large ships I is duo in North America to 1 strong minor league squad and Mack I

land week at for South phosphate.Boca Grande The most every of I FOR PAGEANT READY fOR FINISHING I a few real months.danger to He be says looked there for la oa IN BIG SUBSCRIPTION .ENJOY SUNDAY TRIP plans from North to use Carolina Tom Glass and,Art the Stokes rookie J -,




this Holland Hamburg rock, the Is and shipped shipping Bremen.A to. Germany points being and I AT SAINT AUGUSTINE TOUCHES OF /ORKMEMhlci'orter's I: PIP: 'IEETII'OsTl'o'IED: : ; tilt CAMPAIGN I IN EFFECT TO SANIBEL ISLAND to of This Des see will how Moines afford his, against young him an them.pitchers opportunity can I J'


Norweigan ship the Delaware I I i iI stand the gaff against a real ball 'C(

was .In port at South Boca Grande Maude Levten Obtenatioa In- The chamber of commerce pep > club.
Committee Selects! Mrs. Building and RemaIn i: Effect la\a iIei I Hotel Management Prvtes
this week with a draft of 24 feet. 0'( Similar (' elude >: Items( mass meeting originally set in Until March "We have now completed three \ "
I I lit Winner on- Many ew : Knjal Host to Philadelphia
'
nations for this evening, !Monday March I :! >tln ;JIMNW;' >0" Ohm vi
Ships flying the flags of all
test la JrorgU: Of Interest Hall weeks of hard training said Connie
: I'layt'fiTwenty
!
16th. has been $::11.( tn
postponed until Turned
anchor In this harbor and take on I I I !Mack.** under the most Ideal training
Friday !March 20th. at 7:30: p. m.
phosphate. Mrs Maude Lester has been selected The work of bricking Garrett This, action was taken to facilitate The second extra vote offer allowed miles down the broad and camp conditions I have ever encoun-

by the chamber of commerce committee street from Second to Main has been attention on the railroad I in the mammoth subscription and placid Caloosahatchee, out into the tered since coming south In 1887 .'

TRAIL EXTENDED to be "Miss Fort Mjers at completed and the thoroughfare is nation and not to conflict with blue waters of Gulf of Mexico. aboard with the Washington club.
sit-I booster campaign now running for
the Ponce de Leon celebration! in ready for the roller and asphalt. chatauqua the especially chartered 'Ittie ship The weather has been better than ..
meetingJEFFERSON 'I
the Press is in effect and
TO LAKE CITY Saint Augustine on April 2-4. it was Workmen are busy today laying .I' now up to "Dixie" members of the Philadelphia we hoped for, our players are .In bet:1:I
and
including March 2Sth each
on
i announced late Saturday by Don W.Wllkle. brick on Monroe street which will I Athletics party, officers and their ter shape right now than were on ./
of the chamber of and every $30 turned in by candidates May 1 last year. We have been able 4
secretary probably reach the court house I j wives of the Rotary and Kiwanis
At the request of Dr. R. B. Hark- they will be given 50,000 extra I
commerce. from the south by this evening. { I to keep up a high moral all the play-
clubs well
''of as as representatives ofj I
beN, of the Lake and
1 president City
I Mrs. Lester has twice before served Telephone cables are being pulled'through ) AVENUE course a subscription now yotes.I'the chamber of commerce and press ers are in good spirits and eYenamong
Columbia chamber of ,'
county commerce not count as many votes as "
thereisn't
in similar capacities in Georgiaand the really players
: the conduits under Main sailed forth Sunday A. M. to be the young
the Tamtam! Trail association
committee considers itself lowed during the opening period, of home sUkness.
the street and the truck: which was welcome:! guests of Manager C. J. a single case j
In assembled in Saint Petersburg -
meeting TO when it is taken .into considerationthat '
selected her to LINK DOUftYARD In making usa
fortunate in having All these factors
March 13th. 1925, extended smashed yesterday is back on the job I Knapp of the Casa Ybel hotel, Sani- are
represent the City of Palms. I one subscription taken now is strong team, a team that can be
with the bulldog mascot riding i bel Island.
the Tamlaml Trail from High I
I The "Ancient city" is this year equivalent to almost three taken after looked for to be fighting up among
serenely on the top. i TheDixie" left her berth at the "
Springs to Lake City thus tielng In
to the State of Flor- AND I this offer closes it .is readily L"
the Trail with one of the most Important planning to give E. \. Goodman's. men have the TAMIAMI TRAIL city: dock about ten o'clock. The the leaders on October
seen that this period Is important -
elaborate very
ida and her visitors the most front of the new airdome theatre I Cy Perkins, star catcher of the Athletics -
gateways of the state. up ( beauty cf" the day and the strange
to those who expect to be winners -
historical -
and picturesque pageant survived difficult week-
At the request of the chambers of and lathed ready for the stucco. I' and tropical sights that met the gaze a very
of the grand awards.
I yet attempted. t In which the Bawston lad came
Part of the side walls of galvanized end
commerce of Oldsmar. Safety Harbor Elrfhly loot of the Quaker City boys, as the boat
Street
I On the morning of April 2nd the Creates! the During the opening period a one his temper on account of
steel are up and the box office and I near losing
Clearwater and Saint Peters glided on, were responsible for many
"Mother City of America" will draw Mile Loop Drhe Through year subscription averaged 23,000
i iI with I his high golf score yesterday.
operating room are beinglined interested and comments
berg Joined In by the board of county \ queries
back the curtains of time, shiftingthe steeL Tropical Setting votes while during this period a one From now OB the Athletics face
commissioners of Pinellas county mostly to the effect that spending a ,
I scene to April .in 1513 when that: The work of plastering the Collier year subscription averages only 13- the hardest kind ot training. and
-the Sunshine loop of the Tamlami summer this winter in Fort Myers
gallant of Spain Don Juan Ponce,! 000 votes, and during the last offer a i to fit them for the American.
4j Trail was created at the convention, buildings corner of First and From McGregor Boulevard to the was -great 5t uff.** games
/ Knight of Leon with his brilliant I Ole year subscription will only average which April It 4The.
/ running Into the county over Memorial Jackson streets, has been going on I Upon the arrival of the party at League season opens
Trait
Tamiami
retinue of retainers and soldiery by Jefferson avenue, 8,000 votes.Figure for your- shocked at losing
:; boulevard passing through the rapidly and these buildings will soon the Sa&ibel dock,' it was-greeted by players were j'
t -
first beheld the great enchantment of for .'* ,the new streetJtlltopened, and backto self theadvantage of workIng now the opening game to the Phillies,& to
cities mentioned to be ready J
I and returning occupancy. Manager\ Knapp and a flock of flivvers -
'" t' ; 1srnaby wa-'of.the Candy bridge. what today Is called Florida. '';' Shipments of telephone cables, Fort Myers makes a loop of less while the votes pile high. After this who transported the guests directly 3, but their batting rampage on Friday ;
.. Sailing Into Matanxas Inlet. Ponce offer closes on March, 28th on each tickled themselves and Connie
r switch board units and telephone i than five miles which carries one over to the attractive and unique 4
L'" ie Leon from the high pooped deckof $30 only 25,000 extra votes will. be silly.
; i boxes have been coming in. Fort My- hostelry ot their host-Casa Ybel
the where the
p territory greatest re-
Student Bards Write : issued.At .
delightedwith
Injected
his Caravel Dolorer was Judging by the fire and dash ,
wilt have and
I era soon a new complete which with Its white cot-
the scene spread before him and i sidntial developments are now goingon. the close of the offer just closed spotlessly Into the final game with the !
telephone system. shaded cocoanut. buta
Poem Week tages by palms
:
Each wasted time In putting ashore few of candidates closely *
no Frames have been placed on the Going down the boulevard are a t.e were Phillies the fur will fly whea the .'
few hundred feet from dazzling
a
the banner of his native bunched and although; more votes
planting foundations of the new post office nearly a dozen subdivisions with A's go north to complete the seven
: SEATTLE. March IS-rTo produce country. and claiming the beautiful were allowed than ever will be again, beach, resembled officers quartersIn series. Five games will be
arcade and. as nearly as'one can tell I many new residences, most of themof I game
a tropical post.Before
poets Is the purpose of a course In land around him .in the name of no one could overcome their rivals, army staged .In Philadelphia. At the opening -
this front will consist mostly of
the dramatic art department of the Spain. now glass. The foundations run well stucco and of the Spanish type. and the battle promises to be a hecticone. dinner swimming, and tilt last season thirty-five thousand -

University of Washington. Glenn This, the first landing by white back towards Monroe street and the I Arriving at the intersection of However candidates who reallydo picking up brilliantly colored shells squeezed their way Into the
Hughes assistant In the made Florida soil at the their best this period should stand occupied the time of the party and
professor men ever on building will be much larger than It McGregor boulevard and Jefferson I{ ground and, with the addition of -

department. teaches the class for point where years later was to be would appear from the picture InCa avenue are two fine new stucco the best chance of winning one of the gave them the proper appetite to enjoy new stands an even larger crowd: : U

bards which has already turned out established the first permanent set- alli. Matthews &: Lester's window. 'houses of the Colonial type recently main awards as it will Indeed be a perfectly cooked I- al. served expected this year.

a book of verse to show the world tlement in America was Influencedby built for Miss Josephine Stadler. hard to overcome any lead secured upon a specially crnUrncted outdoor -
The room on Main street to be occupied -
: that poets are made as well as born. i the same appeal of Nature's lavished Jefferson .Is eighty-foot while subscriptions count three for table sheltered from ibe u-a of the Grounds Notes
by the Barnwell Realty Company avenue an Fair
In Mr. Hughes' class no attempt 'Is' beauty and charm that today .is tropical sun. What: a 4nDU'damsoup. !
street and intersects Palmlee Park, returned with thrilling
{ is being fitted up and W. C. Those who
I' made at first to teach rhyme. Heavers causing the eyes of the Nation to one.If chicken purlieu! broiled mack-
Miss or Mrs. Candidate did while
Coolidge is painting gold leaf designson the 200-acre subdivision of the Rog you. tales of landing sea monsters
of era!, ice w.'h: all! the trim-
that It the students begin on centre the wonder spots orange
on many not take advantage of the offer Just "haw
derives the
the windows. The interior of this ers-Scott Company. This park and in quantities that with. fishing yesterday only got
mings,
rhyme their verse will be "doggerel"or this mervelous State.
office will be unique and attractive. its name. Palm from the Cityof closed and did not do as well as you haw." Last Sunday many a young
several of the Athletics threatened to
: lacking In the elements of poetry. The three days of pageantry begins
'I'.' Trees and other growth in the Palms and Lee. from Lee county think you should have done in this player sat up pop-eyed aa a vet told
Free verse .Is welcomed as allowing with this discovery of Florida and I put at naught (;tnl1elack'\ care- I
Heitman lot are all down and being This subdivision is .in the heart of offer see to it that. you do not fall ful schedule: of the last two of his skill In landing big fish.t .
the students to concentrate on the carries out the history of the Land ttaial-s
; : down the offer in effect This .
;. on now
hauled away. The residence Is to be the groves of the Fort Myers Groves -
Images they are creating rather than of Flowers until the territory was weeksFollowing
?J moved back: to make room for the Company. The eight-year-old trees offer is good until March 28th and the dinner, speecheswere Subscriber asks about Ira Thomas
rhmye. Each student In 1821 to the United t
on ,meter and turned over
after that date the votes will then decrease -
business building. which have been removed from the -He is a former Athletic catcher
new
in. order and Ira Thomas. for-
week."DOES historic -
submits a poem every States. A number of happenIngs
"1 Including the sacking of the I New electric light poles are being streets have been hauled-in and will to the last extra vote offer of mer Athletic catcher and now coach who was a member. of Connie Kack'a

city by Sir Francis Drake and the erected over town and a large part transplantd on other lots so that the campaign. If you are ambitiousand acted aa toastmaster to the entertainment world championship teams 1909 to

I ot the bamboo growth on the Atlantic every lot will have fruit. want to 'win", see to it that you of all present 1914. He Is said to be the best J Judge

j RELIGION PAY Y1"? attack on Oglethorpe and upon Fort Coast Line lot removed to work every available minute during t of pitchers la base ball. '
San Marco are depicted In perfect was I Jefferson:! avenue is three-fourths Members of the party were Inter-
this for this is the turning
:,. keeping with the smallest detail of make room for one of the poles. miles long and connects McGregor I period ested in the remarkable shell collection -

custom. habit and dress of that day. boulevard with the Tamiami Trail. point. of John Record, guest at That snappy loosing young fellow .

;; SUBJECT OF SERMONATARCADE Each nation that controlled Florida Southern MemorialTo I The only unrestricted lots will be easily Next, the to largest becoming mistake discouraged a candi- i'Casa:: Ybel. Mr. Record, who is an who promenades about town and.

daring its earliest existence Is along the trail where business buildings .laJoority on shells has accumulated changes his clothe six times a day
Be Dedicated date can make.Is to be over cocfi lent
will be allowed. Four" lots south hundreds Is Freddy Helmach the best dressed -
represented .In the pageant with < oring the present season
t and under estimate' the strength ot l **
ON SUNDAY troops all dressed .In the costume of of the intersection of the Tamiami of perfect and uniquely marked specimens. young fellow la Camden
the opposition. Many a battle baa
that period. This also is true as to WILLIAMSBURG. Va.. March 1C.- Trail and Jefferson avenue have been .

I the first settlers of our land-the In- A copy of the Apollo room of the resoid at an advance of $1,000 to a been lost by being too sure. and according -. Prior to the "Dixie's" departure at I: The Athletics hare A new first

I \ Laura Attendance Tarns Oat For I dians. Raleigh Tavern famous old colonial hotel man who contemplates the to the ballots cast thus far 4.It o'clock the visitors were take :baseman in Fred Bright of St. Louis,

first Congregational Senknf' I hosterly where the international honorary hotel and restaurant. i no candidate has the right to kid I!:Missouri. He blew in unannounced.
J; ': This 1925 celebration In commem- erection of a I for motor rides around the island or
!. Fen' Myers oration of the discovery of Florida is, scholastic society of Phi Beta The internal streets are 60 feet I themselves into believing they have were given the opportu!itr to try I Il I He Is a hefty young twenty-one year
believed have been founded |the capital prize in their grasp. In and throws right
Kappa Is to old boy, who bats
State with the |[
I for the first time to carry a wide. White posts names l their skill at fishing.
t
,the of the services held has been provided for in plans fact any cadfidate In the campa'jn! handed.
At flrst ,
that Is In place. A new coats of i
wide appeal in participation I of streets are already Departing with generous; : I j I
the of the Congregational drawn for the construction on the has a good chance to win first prise,
.; under. auspices planned for every section. This has Insley excavator will excavate the tan and the highest praise oJ their 1bost' I -
church extension board at the College of William and Mary campus as there are lots of subscriptions jet 'I Fort Myers residents say U A's win
been accomplished by embracing street and terrace the lots. All generous hospitality the, Party :
Arcade_ theatre Sunday night there here of a $100.000 memorial buildIng to be taken. I the pennant "he will charted a special
the
i' among the LadIes-In-Waiting on streets will be shelled. arrived in Fort V,era about 6:15: ,
The Rev. 0. honoring the 50 men who founded Second Extra Tote Offer '
Nothing
was a large audience. train to Philadelphia
:; Spanish Queen a bevy of Florida'sfairest Where Jefferson avenue makes a tired but happy. !
'T. Anderson expressed himself as being the society .id: 177$. The buildingwill "50,000 Extra Votes" are now given would salt US better than aa opper-
f t and most beautiful daughters, graceful curve there are two large Those who register at Casa Tbel
: the beginning be of red brick and will conformin each $30 turned .in by a candid itenp
than gratified at on favors andI
f' more tty to return the many
: who will be the guests of Saint Au- parks. In the one on the north the as members of the party are: Sam I
;;. of hi*,work here. Its outlines to the general style of until March 28th. This otter is courtesies extended to, us ,here.
:; :. gustine. fountain Is already in and flowing Hale Max Bishop, Rube Walberg. I
Anderson had for hU subject the rest of the college buildinge.From Just half the amount of free Tf tea
Mr.
: : Her Majesty presides over the social In the basin gold fish swim about. Walter E. Frnecb_ William :M. Bag- "
j"" Does It Par'&J1d he said In part: the campus of William and that were gin on the first extra t Golden of Tampa want :
The Eagles
of
features of the' three days This park has been planted to coconut nelly Edwin A. Rommel. Chick Gal-
alwavs asking If Mary, the Phi Beta Kappa society has vote offer. The last extra vote of-
"Human beings are
.
the third baseman Ilt-
will I ,
i Jimmy Dykes
gayety These young women palms and tropical shrubbery. loway R. :M. Groves G. E. Hosmer
i;'. I this thing or that pays. The business represent the several cities and their extended. over most of situated the civilizedworld. at the The park on the opposite side will I fer only 2 .OOO votes will the be given, Um cxi to- Mrs. G. E. Hosmer. J. C. Samuel Jr.. the A's to visit them before the teu\\ ,
the question. The statesman Chapters are 3000. Now U
: t ,man asks Introduction to the Queen on toe i be to tropical shrubs and i'tra on Don. W.Wilkie. goes home. Dykes. Is physical director
colleges planted O. W Boyd. .I C. McCannon >
asks It.. We may ask it of religion. i majority of the larger American boost your standing and do not lagI
l of the Eagle In Philadelphia.and
will 1
second day of the celebration coconut trees and -Similar fountainput Cordon S. Cocbraae, Thomas
be reUe'oust' and there are alumni chaptersin I I for minutes mean Totes .
.. Does It pay to one moment
This question Is answered 'n Cod's mark one of the most Imposing scenes j many foreign countries. AU these In. 'I f fAt and Totes mean the Essex on April!. S. ,Shiribe &:14. wife Ira T. Thomas. has built upchampionship i' :

I message to'the head of the house ct during the fiesta. From the throne lathe will be asked to take part In the dedication the only low place on the entire I II .t1L Robert Schr-oder. James F- Dykes E. basket ball team -'
,
I Israel when Ha said For'them that center of the green at old Fort [, I of the memorial, which probably I 200 acres valuable muck witha I E. EblinV! R Q.. Richards. Harry '

: honor me I will honor i and they that San Marco (now' Fort Marlon) Her i will be In December, 196.i high nitrogen content' has' been'!' Davis Drn'.ti Ccdges, M. H. Lamar HAIL CITES BO>D; RELEASED: /

: despise me shall, be lightly esteemed. Majesty will receive the visiting ladies (Continued on. Page, S) I MOON\ AND TID S, El t. A&CTT Jr and Tea Glass. ; incarJ
f Ponce de Leon. Menendez and i i Doyle. Hall ;;has beea
." ,And history shows that nations THE WEATHERHighest New Moon-- 21th ':03 a. m.
which the Court
I' their knights, after std la the county jail node/
communities' and Individuals both POULTRY .1SS0T10 First Quarter: 2nd, 7:07 a. m. wnn 't7.3
I have will witness an entertainment by TO FORK l '- p ( F05 KILLING charge of arson connected wit -
who <
: ande.t'aDd modem I I Full: 10th. 9:21: a. m. -
: loyal .ubjects-'ot the Tjueen. later temperature -' t recent fires in East Fort Mye honored God. hare been honored" by participating at the Royal Ball at yesterday .. .. ..$4 All who are interested in raising Last Quarter 17th. 12.22, p. m. 1 'Pt a. ;:::;:;;;;. Freuc) i bond In the sum of $7,500 SuV

him with peace and prosperity.! ] Lowest temperature poultry are requested to meet at the l D"l.'b: 1 .-HcnUn* lathe
4'; the Alcazar Hotel. was realeased from euoo'a*
. In the court AT CKESCEVT BEC1IZoaday. (t FrT f' '-. i paafine In which Itt
-- There will be thousands ot visitors last night .63 county agent's room I At the preliminary. & 1 *V1-
)farh21C March ICUi t(Is said\,! *; **. 'I""v* annually is spent, ;
iTsun afternoon.
to
LUSTS 1 thronging the "Oldest city during I Rainfall. 2t bra, house on Saturday was released M there /are..
1 XiftftlED attracted to the, fete by the 8 a. m. Ins. ..0 a% 2 o'clock for the purpose of High Tides: Tligin.n4 40p.m.. : and whkcts, many sportsmen
church this fete f .. deuce to connect
'At' Saint:Lake's Episcopal l other similar thing is t, Wind, direction. .E assisting in the] forming of a poultry Low Tides 12SSa.'n.srdl2lP.fll.: 'r from. Fn-l t*". :;j threatened by the b1mte.
that no
:? SatarclaDllht" at o'clock Rev., F. fact Wind vet, miles..8 .association.' e- I c-raUacerf dostrocUon ot foxes which
j the breath of our land. XICKLK SELL1 Keen-
,- X. 'Shor*, proaouetd'the words offered. over Wednesday Sky . . Foggy The purpose of the meeting: is. to: Tuesday. March ITtk 1 are -caught ia large!, numbers and, .

/ -', ',which, united Carl Blgtey. ot, Arcadia Mrs. Lester leaves on her trium- Barometer .30.21 promote more and better poultry and< High Tides: 8Ua.m.and1:4p.m.: sold for their! ,ikias. Mack MfckWaa ;'" r t.8PaalSk ,-

: C ': and Miss Julia Hendry. ot Fort April "1st, retaining from of'this In as a result there vOl be(more. standard Low Tides" 2:03athandlIlp.ni.: There are 2: packs of foxhounds ia I ,''on Saturday t7 ,.w 1Jd&, :.-

:..ti. : Myers. IB marriage. ., phant representation 5thIt city Is For Florida Partly cloudy tonight I birds and flocks and a better, the Free Stat.' sad the' government bungalow Ia' Bba' a' 3nilt'. .. -.

: ,Tat: 'Immediate ',relatives of both Saint Augustine, on the and Tuesday probably showers showing made by the county at the Wtdsesday. Mirth ISth Is urged to protect the sport by legislation had Just beea, ta.. ", Ths':to. '

,: "; parties were present- ,,The young hoped that a delegation, of her.ladies Queried maybe ;la extreme; north portion; moderate poultry show and egg-laying conltest. High Tides: t:5aGm.&n4':03p.m.: penalizing the destruction 01 t and Mfekle/ _;-e,;_ .,, .

} ;' f:+ 'I couple M will .maki. i.j their.- : home.., at Ar- .( formed(iContiaaed to accompany QB Page 6)). l tH ,winds, _; ,_ ." .:;:_-- ,-:_r,; e" Lov L ,.Tides a.Ua.m.QdZ.p: : toe animals." ,_._ ;riceptvo '.. '.

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1$,Y', Rl; "ItHftS'I.R: S' Y'c. 'vL a' Ensi TOcri' cii' ,:' '""' I,, II' I AH-II! HIS MUSIC IS IMPROVING 1| COMING EVENTS -

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i' ,. 'I'IfE FORT-lYERS'PRESS. incorporated and the ease with which it can be reached' bas < i'tilee; !! and j anbU siCTbACEE.s: florin, Pollster and General luI :. established it as one of the foremost tourist resorts -', 'fi'oar KI tMSalnt Jofc&'s Baptist

'- ,. and its popularity is reflected in the evertincreasiag : :.arm, Evans and Ariprrsoa avenues
ntll'U" T1 W u.U JC.ulr March it lili Ik* "
l_ '6rt left FlorUiuub'fer Ux Act c.ft reir! 4Jk.$. : tiJurUt travel} to the shares of Wha .t tf8tt o'cloek iMrs. '

.II'OUJI a Meekly! he""4It, *r(a.'Norontwr>er 22. lilt and,.u has been justly.hamed, the "Pearl of the Antilles.The .", JD .. h*
,. a daily on March ]1S!UIit :.. : dailv''service' maintained by the Peninsula :0r J. C. McDowell: of Punta
; Company, operatic j .. ('...ssa wis&ee to see alt members of
: .iX nJn; fJIITl iASSOCUTED FUES'll & Occidental Steamship /. i i
i .he Bonlovarj .circle,ter:lunch to bevrved
J II. !a,1(; 1Prd.q'la fkteU"1vN7.elttled to the a_ for the palatial Steamers CUBA, GOVERNOR> COBB I
+.ra 1t:. 1on fcf ell" tr'S d tq>.tc)_ rwl 'j : ,n-th: )J., ..-r'Q&per and also the feral qe.. .Deb and NORTHLAND} between of iI I asd \o be .reowit; or plcfse reply.
,. 'West and Havana, facilitates transportation s.f ,
( ; lilt ,i"dof! ft-wn\.tr.\ of i 7'u ;
l{h.. : q 8Jl" aJ.lppatd" barala"ar The incoming
pas-
'J QiJtMfYat.. some 7000 passengers weekly. ,. : I The Rdbe O \\ilkinsoa
SUDSCKIPTICB: BATES r;'rn"'ercWS the absorbing tnnarama of the ,faJnou3 'I tI"; :A Post of the AniiVican( : Le-
t.,. J.ee, tinter.: Charlotte Cnitsida: #.. ::4Je11lw Cfetr. nnd delicately tinted by' '
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.t1"d.D...Qt11Cpu,>ct.a l.tt..and! lludry Cow>!U.. JIalecon l buildings ; : t gins wjll+ meet at the Le-
Obe Nonce. n Mr ?jrJe I rln. ?JmHh a s6' k he rays of the waning' sun and passing through ...' '' r-O:1' home at 7'So o'clock.
Three Uontha : __.T
;- 1.7i Three Month.-: : Moro t / 1
El* LiottWr.iir<,_- jt5 Rio Montle' 141 the narrow channel leading by picturesque i
tans- Ynr __::_ (.90 On Tear y7Tj!.1:jiO Castle and Cabanas Fortress; enters! the bay.1. / iTernday, t'ntt't'nlh k

T.. 'WeeUy '.1"*>t1. JII'<>rJ Presa iOtJ. 'Yf&r N Founded Un 1519!), it inns city rich in historic J \
!inn'.n B1s! .Month.----rl t.t.J''beIWaeklFoI't jb,. points cf interest, and though day by day becom- Circles A, P. and C of the Women's

P;; ing metropolis of fine hotels, broad avenues, .Society of title Presbyterian church
'j r .. '' . .. : lors of the chareh. At the close ot
streets of the old city, its hidden parks
narrow .
.i'ronomAl ., i these meetings there will boa calledmectip
'. : 1 TlOrtAL and plazas, quaint edifices. Havana still retains

",' '. "l J5 lSr:. evidence of. a. .historic and romantic past. The I ? of the .Women's. society-

_: t. SsafJA110 "Paris' of.the West Indies" is now at the height II I II

l h-_-_ of its activities.and offers diversity of pleasures "' ti The Fort Mjers Rotary

{ rr" XtDiber I<:< itlcrg Jkevipaper' Fufclhhers'i Aisnclattea.Member which have made it famous, and its gay cafes, I GERM I II mclub will meet at the

,'. 'ilorida Press Asierlailen. theatres,. casino, race track, cabarets golf links 1'\1.:. ... Franklin Arms hotel at
' 12:30 o'clock.
'Member Flerlda Associated DnHIei are thronged with American visitors. To the I
discriminating shopper. the mixture of ultramodern -
"!Metaber'fienih Florida: Press AI'Mlatloa.-! II Events Acme.day: : ...
and quaint old shops in Havana are aj\

:Monday Afternoon( March\ 16, 1925 revelation, and one .encounters no difficulty. in the i i The Fort :Myers Kl.anis
use of English. curio i4 ,1- \; club will meet! at the

II' !'e To travelers who wish to explore the interior, VER1uRE ate= K" r.. Franklin Arms hotel at
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: ;PJHLEITHQUQHT/ } FpR TQDAY the Pullman Company has assembled a specially ( I 12 o'clock. -

built de luxe all Pullman train, operated between

Obedience: i-If ;'j'c, lore me, keep' Havana and Santirigp, in conjunction with the JN1 $50,000 PAID .

-t .' my ndmeots-.John.H"1.5.: : : United Railway of Havana and the Cuba Railroad.
._ The itinerary includes a five day trip, stopping FOR CORNER LOTThe

o _,_ off at Jatibonica.: Camaguev; and Santiago! on the I

1 THE rOB1JIIECS1rnE:5S'l'L.1TfORS: : return trip at Matanzas, affording the tourist an .
.:t r.. ,- view lot on the west side of Jack-
t .>. opportunity to unequalled semi-troipcal ,
thoroughfare
t.&.BgUdia ud.Loa blMJafloD. i verdure, centries old' churches, immense hard-! son street Anderson where avenue.. has been

r ?l 'IT.lfr g.ae l ff rln1 for' Mnnlclpal1TUr \Talc wood forests tobacco fields, a trip through one intersects sold by Judge U U. Beville to J, R.

.Brite... cf the largest suy- estates and mills and whilein Randle for a consideration, ,pf $ O-
:Frut er,IsUid:Park'and'Municipal: ..AiiJBwilevart. .- the vicinity of ,Santiago, points which bring; "WOO. This lot Is 10SH14: feet and
1 iirtaitt. to mind incidents the Scan
h war of 1898, has no buildings.
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tIIlyertireat such as San Juan hill, where recently ,was un- i j building cf fine roads throughout the On the opposite side of the street'a
''Fiee(Bri4f to.Crvterat Heita.Defpfr'liher I vailed a monument.to the late Theodore Roosevelt. I state, he declared. lot :CSil02: feet has been divided
.Channel t. n.,id*' Eatracce; Ur Everyday Radio I Another man who stated that hia and bait sold to Cot J. W. Blandmg
'Pct" (:018'.neb.,' <, efforts would be directed towards and the other half to R. A. Hender-

Cimpletl.a'of tre,Count I the building of good roads was Consideration 19OOO.OO.
r ; tllstrm-.l1n.I.Is. REVISED VERSION I BY rUMBAUL. HOUTON STARK i !ten ]jr
_ConiplflloB_ ( ,.f:TaujJaal Trail and }'ort,1Jfrs- II Senator: Singletary Marlanna. Ho .I Ir. Eeville sold this lot also.]
,'.. I promised his vote towards the completing
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Palm.
Beacb .
-. Highway. I of Tamiami Trail.J. I
,B*.BlI l JcaUo. el( IIIebw ii Inrladla Planting ef J
Y
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of NEw BUILDINGS: IPThe
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Kentucky jury displayed a bit of Solomonic I Stokes speaker pro-tern
Giea.at'rialina.lo.g: I Trail (
T TtmUmI 'Jear. ,across I ',1 wisdom when it called into court ,as witness stt the house in 1923::, whose home i is
a
-, a Lee Ceanti! -a.d ,Collating of Royal I'alms along I work of laying the brick for
y .. ? .1 in its own defense a shepherd dog which I ''llIifr; in Panama City, was another one
.UeG..eprIB..lnu41.t..rv, Ras!;.. I had been charged; with being cross and danger who showed the spirit that was ev- the new post office building began
', |KalIv oad.to East:Coast.ADVERTISING'HELP4. ecknccd. He too. urged everyone to thU morning. A large number ort
ous. Ignoring other ,testimony in the case, the r
\" I "bury" tile hatchet and forget the workmen. are employed and the walls
jury observed the conduct of the dog in the court t
petty Jealousies. are going up rapidly.. Many of the
: ;' CREDiT room and returned a verdict of not guilty. 1 0 e \ atto "All Florida, must be on great I frames are in place and others are

.1. I The: members of that jury being Americans, qt. So tie.l' and ,grand 'h rmoniousstate.\ ware e [ion the ground ready for use.
-.' ." There is: "one way''bv which business.j.man's' 1 knew dogs. .They knew-that dogs never lie.' They here 'to tell 'yon that we stand ij The front of the new ,Airdome is

]. ,. ''!V'df! is' !improved 1.an that is by a policy of: knew that if the accused dog was bad he'wouId behind fOP to complete the Tamiami t I ready fo rtne stucco and it will be

"' :! ii, ; V'opsiatqnt'advertising Bank men believe in ad-] confess' his misconduct to the Jury better than Trail from Fort Myers to,Miami." declared [Caly.a few days until the i theatre Is,

'....... dog
was the court room he won immediate '
therefore I. that -
when a merchant who is r goodadvertiser I -' ..
applies for a Joan:'that a reasonable1 i acquittal wagging; his tail at the; I ..

t amount of goods, bought by him on credit i is judge and jurY. He was even friendly toward! theprosecuting Outburts of .Everett True. By,Condo

,likely..#Jo." be 't turned, .over quickly and promptly attorney. i I I
,paid for People who ,kpowandlove; dogs hive more] :
i on-accountof his method :of keeping. }Iii3:J Jt.
(goods constantly) before'the' public. \ faith'in a "wag1Cing.tail" than in a "wagging I \ y Al You 13GING.W .

>, Discriminating ,buyer'. of every doss know tongue.." They'know that man is the only mam- = _. I'T 'D ON :;:.,R. Qz

.they can":get fresh goods from the'store'that ad- ber of the animal kingdom. capable of deceit and I 'THE GENTLE ASVT OF TUNING r

,I ertiflesi: :Th4 merchant' who advertises 'seldom perjury.: Tampa Times. I Tie. actual proceeding to be followed -'| mum signal is obtained. In ante

'has'shopworn: g odg., ,And in that way adver- in tuning a Kentrodyn: receiver particular Nectrodyne receiver..dials I
1, thiijg'hej/w) \he mere nt's credit' not only' with FLORIDA SETS EXAMPLE I after the,antenna ground and 2 and 3 may read identical but in n. --

L"the'banks!\ bpt'with.,his customers. And one i is ull battery connections bave been' case 1 or should 2 degrees.they differ The by first more than left-
or
properly made, follows
is as :
: juat'as'fmportint.. as.the other., Florida set an example which many other 1. Insert five "hard" hand dial may,read identical with or
d, amplifier lower than dial Z. A record should
states would do Well to emulate. One-third of herunties' tubes (type UV-201.'A's C 301A's
or -
I now be made: of( the settings of this
.' DRUG, 'ADDICTS DECREASING: have prohibited placing of any signsof ). or, in cases where dry-cell: station on the log charts as follows:
i '. any kind on public highways, excent those 'tubes are used" type UV-199 or C- WEAF:'492 meters 63 66 67.
erected by official authority as' 299, m the five-tube sockets. Turn After adjusting the dials for maximum
'The' definite rand: -
luioTihas"btc'n.reachcd the two rheostats.
the halfway tHe
by Public up to
? guides to travelers; an J it is expected that the right and then signal strength, each of the
., Health: Service' that a,maximum; estimate forth turn the amplifiercontrol two rheostats may be turned back-
numberof other counties will soon do the same. This action : switch from the "off position ward and forwards until maxi-
the
: iddiqts the
; .fn| United States, at therresent
the "tnedium"
to
NO 3-
time ould ..be will probably be followed with compulsory erec- position. mum signal with clarity is heard. In 1 sia, JUt THAT'SSSVerltY
T The estimated ''
I I based 150,000. tion of guide posts at AH intersections at least of 2. Let as assume it is desired to: general it may be said that a lower fC.Atle //N A MOl46NT9pt.tgRS Awi 1-ll'TY

pli 1 : of oq.actuaFcounts'and: on the available sup main roads;'and 'when that. is done, that. State"will receive N. V. which station WEAF New York, filament current is required for localor A *-0 WHAT 15' ec14CENTS.( .
t
transmits
: ,1 j 3 n4rcotics.# : tQ8'ither with the conditions j: re- on a wave II strong stations and a high Lament :
: be a ioy to the tourist. length of 492\) meters. On currentand 6 PRIG or '
.- ", .pqrjed byfthe physic au interviewed, point tioi1b9uMlo,0A0.whlch examining -. very careful adjustment IT wH 2c 90
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This salutorv system might well however the dial calibrated jn station call for the distant *
:; more ones. I THl-5. -
number is believed. to be be extended, to,prohibition of offensive signs! ,letters as shown in the drawing.1 In all cases when tuning a eutro- tats 1 t tz
mearlyxorrcct.i above it is seen that this station cor 1 dyne receiver, it is best to keep dials -
not but
on the 9cuveRrra.
I I 1", news ,is found in the fact that so near highw3y.-Washingtm: Post. responds to.a d-al setting of 67 de- 2 and always within one or two 1

far from'prohibition's:;having ,increased drug ad rees. Accordingly' set dials 2 and. degrees of each other and they most
: diction, the number your Ncutrodyne: receiver at i. be,moved'slowly,at a rate t>f.about -
of
drug addicts has steadily A HOUSELOT IN FLORIDA this setting and rotate dial; 1 \'Cry.. 2 or 3 degrees: a second. Very often, .
i r oj. ''"T ;; 1bCr than Identical with:duli 2 and 3 or) at'3...' the receiver is 'tuned-in" when the! I -" -:.
1 ." '. : Apr ot "drug addicts decreased"stea'dJyjsjnce ; any other place; The title runs to \the few degrees lower. Under this con.:I broadcasting! station cannot ;; t: ,"'.
;;: 900. .Before the deprease( set-in center of the earth and *o the sky ahov A,'h. '1uu; rotate dials 2 and 3 intepenlently : -(heard by listening: : to the intecsiif> + (

1 there mayjiayc(: been 201,000 drug addicts in this rand there is the charm. It gives title t oclitnate very' slowly until the tnui.u [of f the noises (lot.r. privet a
country." wonderful winter sunshine wN 1 1. 77G-LiV 12 !'C VNTIL
":? and summer's co- i iI iI iJ it
f 1 : :: cious rains. 'With' the HUe runs balmy air, gentle Florida Working Together As One Son6t3o Y 'BvY S tT .u/ ,

i; c' ". ; ;' ',kQNCIfER! 'TUP, SUN DIAL! breezes end the song of the mockingbird. With Great Trail Meet\ :
Body
; .j it goes health and l happiness: a surcease from Indicated t
; many of the cares exncrjenced; elsewhere. With
On
t a famous sun-dial thf re, ,is this inscription (Saint Petersburg Independent) Trail
[ it go the surety of enhancement in value for the ; I convention Speakers from I
"I .record none but hours, of sunshine." whole,world,is coming to .Florida. Get title' to' No longer b there a "westem"j I i the western part of the state and -
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.!.Human.! }Hfe'- "Op ,i tpe happicr-and; ,more .fruitful 1 of.F1 rida sand.-Florida Grower. apiece Florida. No longer is from the northern part of the state J I
if .pe9p e could take.,the Ban-dial's. message as a "northern" :Florida. And there is no :! pledged their" loyal support to the f -
.; ,"Ufe-motto.: more a .southern" Florida. There i i building cf the Tamiami Trail. ,

Natnre:has.made- it,easy for people to forget .And there's another thing about Cal's wooden {Js Just one Florida, and that Is a Senator T. T. Tnrnbnll. Jefferson:
k? .th 4unk .horse. It ears state that Is not divided into see-j county, was one of the legislators
i >very- l past. The :mind of' man is, not a doesn't eat hay. or oats. Maybe. '
spongy h6laing""everything that comes in contact Cal didn't.thjnk,of,that when he bought it. And MOOS, bat one that stands united for who pledged his support from the ;

with it. 'It 'if an evaporator that the then again, maybe he -did. Ojr as they in i progress. word "go.? His voice would be .
{ permits say I This tact was plainly evident by raised In the meeting of the governing t Ibt..t'.f.u"sfzvxt,>lCn.a (
'
y 'testa' .- Pi, if.tmhapf i, 'ui mories. New England "Mebbe.Chicago Tribune. the spirit shown at the Tamiaml body to bring about the J
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I week of rainy weather is usually forgotten U --
': ',r'\\hfif d\vn df; one fair.,day.. "A nighf-pf toothpifajorcotten MOM'N! POP .

i _; ,wth.| tfce. first t ftve minutes of By Taylor

4.t" ief.' epevernomalpeoplejookbaekoit.thecWdays : Zwas_ H8DEA1 MISS MISS M4STERI MR HQRNEMjbweR-S6EMS UKE. 5EXF SH' A 1 rys
1 they.chriaten: them the, "good old !2Ys." < WITH M4SiERv! WISHES ToSEE4OU542. MESS ON MV PART 'K> ACCEPT AU.THE | VtEU.SINCc.WOU INSJST VOU
J. They jrcrcnat. all.good, but the memory of 'man MR.HORNBLDWE2 VilltNi SHALL SHOW t MON&f AND HONOR tRECEAJ D FROM, THE V WAV WRItE A FEW L1NE9-OE' q:
1. SA4 is BEAUTV((IN"TtST-w.e.& C i c Vsv Ca'3 5OUMT
the evil r. HFR1N MAGIC MUD WAS> (
,; ;. talons fp# live over again< that is pastt; I I IEb"UMOwf
r """" CA.LwG.; RE5PON3BUE FOR Mtf SUCCESS- .)T I iS SUT.lF T WILL
nut cmieare constituted, that they like tbravel Mme SOU PLEASE t LET ME' 1TelOUA.; I ITESTlMONlAULETTER. MAKE MOU FEEL EASIER WE'LL D I
", l iiq..b& I unpleasant: and disagreeable things$ i ; GtViNG.MAGiC. l BEGtAATo Ptla.SMiTt k"4? ;

ofilife-l t Tliey,alwars' have some sad story to tell x! i MUD THE CREDIT? __- > oitltAhiK. ;; y ye l la
t. crvsame!cvil fort:bodimr to relate. They talk of

affliction or ,l loesses* Thev seldom mention the A .
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; tifh't r iMjnni:11mppy! : experiences.the .' ( a I Ie
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; 't- ,t t te,r, t 'tJie'r., Yerse. They talk of .
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f fr ? "..rfgarrQPtlIJ1lcaUY.; \ ; 1 heir own? adventures. .4 l
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I-' t' do' ':,not,mention! ihelr'evi4' acs( We love ,, t l t tt'

rr ; f p >ejnf:W's characteristic; of mind. r- y.'v ir,

.' :-- pie fi3a4..l orn>a ,the art of l life' which: 1 1 ass, ,
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'{ : knows, or can find, what product is best that the assured industrial growth '?il ilf

,,,,.'f.JIt" (J, ;, '" suited for manufacture in the state of of the state should be carefully fostered ,
M Florida! and not permitted to grow up in haphaz- I "

f'ftt: -... .. V g ', 1} ard manner; that every new manufacturing i iBit

j!J, .. ,,- : : ;, '4 3 Ten thousand dollars! in cash will bepaid industry should be chosen with! an especial -
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\1 THE FLORIDA distributed! to the public for other good What, then, above all other things, ,-, ;
" V suggestions as to what products should be should be manfactured in Florida? 14
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.....ii :; r IND'USTRIAL'_ __ .,}/ +..! You may.know the alswer-o a little '
",.y ,.7W /:. 9f- The Florida Society of America, spon- effort may give you the information_ nee-
\." CONTESTj|j'. ",-. } ', 1:! sors of the Florida Industrial Contest, essay to, find,it.; --tllhaL.L: _. f
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sJ I"'port-themtn.MmJifie--; 'yannot' person-.-: l" CRYING =CHILD, ;Mecca 'Gardens' .. j k IEURALGIAI I tU1S'.ssxPalatial -W i

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ally remain in the theater all the I or headache-rub th
I 1. I time to watch the speed of the movieon j\ cants attention but a Free water. from flowing wells- I 1 -melt and inbal. the vapors
the screen. parks and ;p/iXJunds for children. "
child needs
$ XTL coughing COBB
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attention.Used Restrictions ff urIng a tome com Steamers "CUBA, ,
Some day there will be automatic munity, Lots J375CO; up quarter : .Vlfi i ,
regulating devices installed on the and recommended since 1872 cub balance: 3 years. K. L. Jff- an U us "MIAMI"Lr .

.7ePPa. projection machines to pretect you CHAMBERLAIN'SCOUGH colt. Realty Co. I Port Tampa for H 2;t>0 P. **. Sunday-Thursday.
fans against haying 'tour movies REMEDY ,_ -,- : _._.:......;;"..;".."..".....1111111, Lv. Key West for liana Tu 10* :00':\- M. Dal1'except. Sunday and Wednesday -
spoiled by carelessness in: the projec- stop alarming< croup coughs eases .nnimiii I II imimnnmiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnniaiiiiiiKiii"! I g! r
i tion booths of the theaters, but not stony,wheezy breathing,raises choking : Walks Lv. Miami for Nassau 4:w P' }I. Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
lfCgt ClYfpfpdi until the producing bosses really phlegm easily allows restful :'| Streets |: Delightful Sea Tripe fUrther inormatton stateroom resenatlODS. -
Klrkln :D.
Benefits both children and J. G.
come to realize the supreme Importance sleep. etc. apply) to L.O R R.. Ticket Agent or '
grown persons. I Co. P. A., L. S. Scott, T.VP. A. Hotel Tampa. Phone 33
Construction | ,IUl15boro
cf Lee
"cuttingwill you be protected Keep a bottle ia your home all the time

ductlons. No Narcotic Sold everywhere I 308 Pythian Bldg.Fort jj: & 0. STEAMSHIP CO.

HOLLYWOOD. March\. 1C.Would I Myers =i
Today the'cntter' is the '
you know what I meant If I said that poorest itlllill t 111111I111 1I111111 !
,11 i the tempo" of a movie was all paid,'important worker in the movie Mecca Gardens I Watch Us Grow | IIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIlI1ltlltlllllltltll mnlu i I III I i 1II111I11111111111I11111( _
wrong Of coarse if you know music industry The bosses are only beginning Broad"trcets ear.dlse Sat boulevards : ,
;:. you'd get it, but still you might won- to' realize the cutter's Import- lined with Cc&wftl ant 50721 | Curbs Floors | According to Seaboard Air Line will run g
ance. Yoa gee. In the theater,' when casfr; newspapers
: der Just bow tempo might be con- Palms. Lots $315 CO ip. quarter from Fort :layc
> trolled in the moTles. a play needs changing or improvement balance 3 years. K. U JeflVott Realty :- 111111111I111111111111I""ill[ :: near the 320 acres I am offering 9 miles :
The director is the first man whoA 'it can be altered cut or addedto Co.Pahl'ee. niiiiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnimniiiiiiiiiiiniiniinu I ers with hard sue&ce road near p OjItAbout one
worries about tempo. He controls at any time during its years of existences g million feet of timber easily be divided into 5 acre
can
the movements of the players and They do;change plays constantly -
advises them where to speed up and With a movie, changes are Park has! eight hundred FREIGHT FOR I tracts and sold at large profit.
t'e when to pause and "hold It." Trained rarely made after the negative has brautliul homesltes.HENRY Price and Terms especially reasonable. =_
movie players know the value of tem- been matched with the first trial posi-
po. In the theater a player can hold tive print and all of the hundreds of Tampa-Fort Myers\ -Everglades

i!: a scene by effective use of the voice positive prints made and shipped over C. COOPER : J. 'W. JOUVENAT _
On the screen, the player who knows the country. Of course it would be Steamer EvergladesLeaves
Just when to "emote" and when to physically possible to make the cor- REPRESENTING 112 Royal: Palm Ave., Fort flyers

I "hold It" is the one.who:dominates rection and send individual scenes1 allover Seminole Realty Co., Tampa Tuesday and Thursday: ,1'111111''1'111' iiI
jjrn 1'1' ""11111''t 1'111' t I"I It lllIlllU 1111''II"1111"" II t '
and Friday 1111 III III III ill III I II"'lilt
the action. *' I the country to be inserted In the Inc.Not Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday
Ii *.. '-f -_ j various positive print. copies; but this Leaves Fort Myers Friday for EvergladesUSE I iiuiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniHuaiilnMiimiiininiiiiii I : i lulunlnUlI !
After the' scenes of a movie are Is seldom done.Generally i a hotel lobby or sidewalk d
nuisance, but a bonifide real
I two all..ph individuals togrfpbed4however who cam make there are or the-cutting and making estate solicitor, representing an THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION I II

break the production by improving; of positive prints of a movie is done accredited real estate firm withan

I or cutter killing or editor the tempo.who assembles They are the the In director a great"OK"rush.the When edited the "sample"boss and good enviable listings as reputation you will find and any-as I Florida Railroad & Navigation CorporationFoot I I Il Clean and Safe IceWhen I Il

whereLet's get together on
: scenes of the movie and glues them print> by which the' negative is to bee business principles of Ireland's Dock
into the 1,000 feet long spools of celluloid ut. they forget It and turn to the Telephone 115 for Rates
ribbon and the operator In the next production. : Minor 'correctionsare ,
theater projecting boothVwho'VrnBSthe left to the lesser employees 'andthe
movie. too fast or too'slow,, ."'7 laboratory'workers. That explains Bus Service to Everglades. Daily Except Sunday:via, l- you put ice in a =
Estero Bonita Springs Naples. Marco and Caxambas of E
why you frequently see apparently g drink or upon any '
The movie industry doesn't yet EXCURSIONSDaily
inexcusable blunders misspelled
ot Leaving 8:30 a. m. foods want to
realize the tremendous importance words in titles etc" in the finish prod- your you
the "cutter. Most directors cut their uct. The bosses rarely. if ever look Subject to Change without Notice I' be sure of its purity.
own movies. It would be better if they
finished several
k at the product, the
always bad expert assistance. In Except Sundayto Your health demandssuch
hundred positive print copies which TAMIAMI TRAIL TOURS, Inc.
making the movie the director has
are called release prints. These are the Gulf precautions.
learned to like certain parts of the
lipped over the country direct fromthe -
story and bate other parts. He has On Steamer DIXIELeaves =
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laboratory.We
You will find ours un-
been toq close: |iott.Iie. has )net his -
t perspective. do funny. things In this movie usually clean, free from '-; n

Cutting a movie Is like arranging busIness.forgive, but. you Ware must be patient and yet. 8:00 a.nu; return 1:00 p.m. COME TO sediment and impurities :
very young
an There orchestration STO.' '"long of shots JA piece." of medium"music. ,Gradually. we're growing! up. Four boon on Sanlbel Reach of all kinds.

hots" and."close-ups". to be assembled Round trip to Sanibel, $I.:>0 NAPLES ON THE GULFAnd 1- ,. -
,r In order; generallyabout, five!or i Atlantic City news; Drunk sentenced :: O. are reasonable ::
six hundred -separate "snots p rIIcenes. to ,bay his 'wife a new hat. Round trip to Caiillva, $i25; weight honest ands =
ti That.' would stop, a lot of men (romdrinking. ,
The oviwbecomes a success
or a failure '4epe ldent'bp6n the' effective Enjoy service prompt and reg- s

t f manner in,which} {bese scenes '. Fishing Bathing A Delightful Hotel Soft Water in the E ular. j
i are assembled so that the action runs \ft Geo.l\las\ ana -
Fine Sea Shells .
smoothly with proper emphasis given VETERINARIANFrench :: ::
the big moments.In I Bath, Steam Heat Ti

I" the'original; photographing of Rabies and Vaccination American Graduate For farther. -Information rail at 4C Lovely Solarium
movie hate Tags Furnished I nIl 'Hock er'rhODe 1<&; I IE
the the director'may
tographed; scents each tram of three the to several. ten times hundred Anderson 34 years practice Ave.: I ___ I Surf,. Bathing, Excellent- Golf w Southern ,Utilities co.i 11a.

selects
He tcreeeitthesek'telea") and' Music and Dancing Daily
the best take" ,
these are roughly} assembled. Wonderful..Fishing and Shooting E J. SIXES;Hamaf- *... ..

When originally photographed a :: E
scene mar run thirtytwofeet _.la In East Fort Myers We Have a 6 room'' house with Ii innununl111tI11UN 111"111 1I1I1I..lIml"m 1111..111 I II uiiiiuiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiTPRESS i :
length. When flnSUycot the Sing 's four lots garage arid outhouses this can be bought for :: THE NAPLES HOTEL
Ished movlahatifceni 'raay> bl!. only, e ,a few days: only at $2.975 Small Payment. down BaL c E
i twenty-three feet in length. So you Easy Terms.: E P. F. Schutt, Manager. WANT ADVERTISEMENTS PAY
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can understand that the first assem- '
bly or "rought cut" of a movie is 289 Feet on Lee Co. Boulevard this side of Tice. e E I
generally about tn.W twelve thous. 'This is a very nice piece of land at 'a price' that will astound -
and feet 'In' ierti; The'' iltter-. art you when you see it $3.500 Good Terms.'Beautiful -_ I Iii
enters in k&bwtng.'ichich scenes to ,p'' -
eliminate and,which ones to shorten l large, .. 1 lot' in. Altamont Park at a sacrifice
so that the'movie Tuns- smoothly' lathe buy 1200.
customary total length of six or .
seven thlusand feet.. Beautiful 8 room house on third street close' in in ,: aas s .{ !
the best residenti l'section. Modern in every respect anda L "
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1 scenes buy.at $8.000'1Cash' Bal. Easy. "*" .
By allowing Individual to .7'IS' \
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run long, a slow tempo Is secured. ;> ; THE M .

\ When cutter speedy makes}]action l1e4'.lndivldnal is ; desired scenes the I 'it

J abort and snappy. Rapid shifting from ,
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} one shot effect to another of speed gives and a subconscious tension- | PALM'CIY\ REALTY CO. .. ... } : .

I The shortest,: (cent:must t *be bout two jk PHONE 479 ,
feet. Sometimes a, cut! }ia only.a. too ."'.t, .
\ and a b31!.--That*mean"only oneiecoad j UNDER GRAND CENTRAL .HOTEL ',, '

on the screens-' I'I ., :HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR LO" N '

i No { erfectly the cutte iiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiminniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii <'. .
bin'wor '" 'nu iiTiniiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii I { ,
do fcv.*timTng"the'nal ; %1- r'
may
immuutaufiiuuinliuiiliiiuiuuiueuluiiuiwuiuuuiuiuuliiilnuiu i i 1 I i l i I I I i l iiuiuiiilii I I J I ,
znovle the .
cutting. of a; ; operatorin '
the projection'booth'of your the*- 5'' ; ""f BELLE VUE
ruin ; if ht as cart-- ,
ter can the s effect .
less. We let "motion:, "'pictures\ by usIng :.,. I:
a. 'camera which. photograph> I Royal f Palm 1 Line .:
thirteen'separate Jrtrturea a; littl' [ ; [ J it .

r 4 larger one above than the a',>'tler'on.special# delivery a"toot of stamp celluloid II ;,f ''. ( Reasons Why You Should $;i.:

ribbon. A certain set speed i Is E Announces the inauguration of '
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used running his ribbon through the I >

camera when the photographs are i I Regular Passenger Boat? Service .-. -- :'tf';
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takfiu fn'oFder to bet the t' per'J'elulron : y' .
t the screen the projection ma- = ** r ;+. ,ONLY ,5' DOWN ; .\ .
5 .1 $2 FS
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chine which throW light through; this : '. .. :
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l, "pr } on the theater ;| 'Fort Myers\ St. Petersburg Tampa : .
screen should be run at the Bam
speed at which the ribbon was or151- '
+ Bally, photographed. Normal speed Sa I Steel Oil-Burning Steamer yMINTs
close to fifteen minutes to a thousand NO. INTEREST ON DEFERRED P A 1
today moat theaters run I PAL !? I
feet' but .-, *+ lips:?ROYAL ,. I : ,111 ..fl II! iI
:;ie nearer to twelve minutes per thous- = : 4P1'J i '.., .
and foot reel), and so producers photograph

"if. f' accordingly.-" operating on aTRI1EEKLY"SCHEDULEc- I BUY TODAYTake ; 1' ,:, ,. ;, .. i

bigger theaters all over the .... .
In the -
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t$ chines are operated by motors, so = { % .' ; '
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be =. a Large Profit: Small Investment
"v that the speed of projection may I on a .
", .1 t-,, kept uniform. Certainly you remember = Leaving Fort Myers Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. ... .
( the old days when the operator, :5 m. Reaching St. Petersburg at 7 o'cicok and Tampa at 9 o'clock
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W E 'the following morning.
turning the machine by hand with a "
k'. crank used to speed it or slow it ae"f. = Leaving Tampa Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 5 p. m. CROSS REALTY r
.. cording'to his moods' or- how. sleepy = and Sunday morning at 8 a. m. St. Petersburg two hours later.

t''i; ;. he might be. S Comfortable staterooms all opening on deck.Excellent :. ,
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: r r ten dining service Courteous officers and crew .- d

'r<.'s'w,: ) "0<'- machines the operator controls the S. ,Fare, one way Including meals and berth ., ., ,. $10.00 = : 221 First t: "Slrect t
.;; !" ,speed ot the'plctllre. It yon' find that = Round trip S day return'limit .. .- --. "?t nT '" $lUO j : ; :. ; [ Ii r r F. .r---::
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..CMSSMEDKDyEETlSING/ r ri m.r", 2 It. I -L. WVjSoatswick, .ot. Sarasota ,na..a nml'Csptlra Sunday; on an out-]JEKFftKSON -ATESFE .. i 't.a .
i ,' t 1 I RATES l Jf II came to spend the week-end in! the ing. !! USES 'TRAIL AM( BOrLEVACUCoatiacexl f
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1.1 EACH IS8l' ACL"UIUJ1. FR0311c 7v1 r.n FOR EMIT vonD 1rersonai 1 '.City of Palms.: Ifr. I i i S i
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In 'O\ntlng the word; I..nude the words For TYI'E YOU st-uX-r." : \ .. --- -) and :frs. T. J, ..r, >y<* aJdiuRh 1 i ( Lrnm Pare HTl'.o ) t
i D44I Hellt.AlIled,. I
NUde al.o the fame etc., I .
aid addreo.a I :Mrs E. C. ofDetrolt'Altth. ; Katheftee sad' P :.- tFnna cmvk wiii; o.> e.voted
., ,'-.>&typ. like thla.. I cent i -w7nl''for ath4rtayr" Clifton llulbroefc. of Bristol. R.', -Mr. Mad 'RoesSe. } e's. Mtry ;
) thlg ,' Lpls' new arrivaL ,. ;:have come to speed! I of Past Cords: motored. to Frt Ii-J; len BJ like
type
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like cents a word for each 'day. a'fnr-days- the*City f Pates.: I ers today. :laM a latsv-'W, feet htmn;: -r will!
S-pt.type!, his! 3 tents a word for each day. I -r be created. j

j 10-pt'tytJe like .this} 4 cents a.wprd for each day. -Mr. and Mrs. John Tirenan. of ,-Mrr, said .-J.-STeJ .Ol+a.;. otRaltlmcrc ---It, L. Mareoaas and wife of Coming: back by the TamiamJ Trail |
Mich visit.
here
Detroit. for a
10-pt type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. -are j Md.. are new arrivals:! in Cklahotaa City Ok&. ,motored to one can view frem a distance the

:oUXU1t)1 ItATE : I the city. '- Fort iiyers and ara living en McGrefor beautiful new banes along the boa-1. \
) o advsrUeemrnt rllrs. L. P. Ton Toryensen n. of
tlOD. will be In erted for,less. than %. cent for. first toTERMS1 : boa'|vard. iMr. Murehans levard: and can faacgine that lie bas i i

*. ,: : Adrerllarntcnta stmt.; AeTEILYATE DAYS Jacksonville, is here,today: i '-Mr. and MrsT.: : P. Tabor t.fLenIntlile.turnhale says'he Is well pleased! with the City simply turned' his field glasses! the i I

tent per .word, in addition l 0 th. regutar da1'a will be charged i.: fe'::':H,It Leighton 'of Arcadia, spent arrive* ia rerziain of Palms. wrong cud: to and is i still riJ.'ns, ; along. : .
rate
r per word ort. .eyr slaea, OIl' i point type and I'ftlll the week-end here.'r' for, some-..weeks.Mrs. the bo3>vard. This loop will nuke I

Cash 'I ., .r-VT. B Schulle .a:1d -mother, Mrs. a very pleasant! place for .vcnin:; W is are sore that y
l ,-. Notme-No."Ca1'd..1)f"Thank8"'V: ''' adva_ \ -Mrs. Ida lUpalee of'iP; orla, 111.. C.'II. llo1 es..of Punta Gor Emma: C. SchuUe, of MaJiaon V''.'is.. drives and the scenery aloes l ttliver :? will save both your ral-
-.U.ou. -lG11olutto.'m38rt1'Jd for less 'than .. < r
y' ; For, your 'en prntectbn is here to remain some time. da. was: In the city Saturday. calling have been here far some dtys. Mr. th! boulevard and the trait is uabl time and aoany if "
ThIs paper Is brln'adUslnlt= In correctl typewrnten on friends Seislto the Bnrsess Battery worth : Ue.i : i
not<< rcapoa alW. for rsinatiee ,t adnrUlleDlenU telephwted in.. ----- ,:,.1 represents w you come to us for year'!
-G. J. Kessen 'of:;Captiva, was Company and; is g
_._-. here for the weekend.7JvFwIarbour. -John M. Boring has gone to West Bokeelia! Islam-where, hU firm has j
Palm Beach where :lie:' wiii attend to' interests. !i >iSS: FORT TIYFKSi carry a complete stock at

IFOR SALE ,WANTED L' f.' ; -----r"-1.: .,< business for-several>> days I, : 'i PirKEll: FUn l-.UJE.Wr( ; ; reasonable: prices. -
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.. of Roanoke Va.. is -- rr-j- ,. i
FOR SALE-Water front'acreage' :> \VANTEIWA furnished apartment for here for a'few. days;Tislt.A.'l :;fF' INTKRESTI: SHOE DISPLATWoolsey'a I
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on two hy year. Prefer one near water. : R. Vaughan: o f the-Press circulation I (conklaaed: from-page 1)) Auto Supply I
'. Myakka River and Charlotte Harbor I Atqily Post-Offlee.: .Box 424. 3142tpj i : department, is in Chatta i as' to the manner !in whieli:: esncnwenid ; ? '
between .' PowelU of,,Newport News ,! of .. Store
.Bay Sarasota
and Punta Bootery has a display '
j ''A1\'Tln--To buy 20 or :o H.: P. boiler : nooga. Tt>nn.. this week en a business be! Mailed! M;. .,;!A." saM
Cords Address P. L. Weeks Owner. i I and tuiclne or.urns I 11 sawmill 1 outfit for i iI Van has come for.an indefinite: stay. trip. i lasts, uppers sole, iiles of solesUPl'C1 j that those of Miss Fort Mytr; wrc "IJtQtlhllf: > for the Car" 1 t .. ,
Brooksvflle Florida. 3-4-12tc j rath. Aim famUy 40w.rk on farmI : and ?! .I leail r. and shore! in ..all. Com- none; 407' ;
to-lie paid the Clamber
steady work J. li:. Davis. Elvidge Apart. ::: Nh.\hrk.\ 'by
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f menu I r r had -Don Coffman.. of Grand Rapids | Biases ot manufacture iu its haw j w ree. He rtgreltea the appropriation .

Tor. Sale-Rough tumber direct from j- *LOST i lately arrrnd in Fort Myers. Mich.,. has arrived in ., -the sawmill to Job. anywhere In --- s' F, ,
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will locate.Jiere..11s road her !'
says he : is a : to accompany: as
and, around Fort Myers. See us be- I -J. CjLottis. of.Blrmiaxham.la : : Ala;. machinery salesman i The ball playersnho: ; won the I bat eap-resud the surety that tfaey u. --- ; f

faro 3'611 buy. .\Vhltaker' & .Clifton;I LLST"" .wJtL.p.wr .4iewtese-n.w\ttt-.JWaltr" -u'!!>' : ,here for a few days Tisit.TMi I I shoed went to the Bootery ta get the, would welcome this opportunity to l\t

Auto Exchange. l-7tfc Inc. I'lione 5JU %-%*-mP&Dy'l .- -Roy Scott of the Rogers-Scott | prizes which had Leen-awarded.them [witness the marvelous scenes of W V. Smithwick \ f
and J.lrlL'c.o-W.8himel.
WSI'"re It**.Office an4 r"'; : of Company of Saint Petersburg, came and were surprised and glad to fin3 | these three days at their own ex. t 1(1
BOATS IrOn SALE-Half taMn Crulaer.mahocany I..-lin arms hotel Baby's red t sweater Casey 111. are visithFort Myers. | Milwaakee-aiade: shoes as both'of Attorney et Law (
and I
linlnh. SO ft. lone 11 ft. white buttons Mt button latex' liturn !la: last eight is visiting his partner I f pcnse.
bean ft. draft. 40 II. P. Ult; 20th) Century to I'resa'Office. Ph-nse. ::2-U-rtX today. i them are from that city. It is known that much of this Poem 3 Sltns BnlWwj !
Engine speed 13 miles per hour; I : -Paul Palmer, of Sarasota, was i. 'I
two bunks fore and art Boat .aowea agttntry wm be Sued:: and many Fort Myers, Florida
J.O -Ietw'n! Waurhula and I Lee SL here for the week-end. \
ways.. Company until by New York Yacht Rnptn of Fort Myxrs 'iJuly's brown nandbafr. rF. A. Powell has returned! frogs NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE stills' or regular pictures taken. \ 1-
Boca Inqulre..I.' c. Calla-I Return. to Press Otfi.Laberal atwwarj week's business 'trip to Atlanta. These will: appear thraout the com-l
han Orande. Florida' J-lIHfc a :
,,
under
that
311-Ito. -Capt.V! D. Collier, of Marco. I NOTICE la hereby flvtn ,
/ 1 spent Ga. Ie states that things at Atlanta and by virtue of a writ of execution 1.. try and in alt literature of zwxtjyear i
FOR BALK Dandy fins /house. the week-end in Fort Myers. the Seal of th \ --
.room here. rued out of and under fur the celebration. Tint!!, Mecca' GartiensA
are mach! slower than they are same
Lot 6IIxl
O. New and aa well butt aa FOUND.r ,.. ." County Court of tee County. Florida, J
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can be done. East Fort 'Myers. Small .. '1 I I attested the 4th day of :March .V. it.I f tremendous publicity thus afforded!:. ccnplet* raaMeatUIwlag -
-Mrs. Mac ) of Rhode '
payment down-balance irks rent Semi. FOUNH---Card ease and bound yr McCntchen William! .I I, tali.: : in a c-trliin. cause thereat i inu ngwherein Fort Myers thra the M.
S. Dover
-Frank lax..
note Realty Company. inc. Phone S21. memo nook\Identify Q.ib payffbrad thin Island !la A Fort Myers visitor. Rryan-Leese & A Adam. R corporation Ittlae S cOc Darkz.
1-1T tfc. Frank Bartram of I-hiSntiff and VVm. H. Mattltrws willingness of Mrs. Lester cannot: bel I Bt'S S! .. -
___________ at the press Office 3.121f.MISCELLANEOUS. Stephenson and was p,,0:. ;!) B?. quartercash.
letmdaat. I hays levied
upon
FOR SALE-we: hay. the best suhdl- I ( --Dr II. Kehrllng and, wife, of Or. Wilmington! Del-. are giving. Fort awl wU was oifcr for sale to the hlKhest! counted in dollars and cents. balance 3 years. K. L. Jetfcott.
vision around Fort'Uyers at a bargain. here Myers the once over. and first bidder for cash!! at th* trot I
It consist of Z8 acre on'McUrrrur Bouvarrt. '\ ; lando. are -for a visit. > door ot the ('<*urt House In tM) City; of
: Seminole Fort :Myers, FloriJa. on Mondiyv the *:*>
s Really Company EYJ IltKTABD SCIENTISTS:
Inc 1-hoiM Ml, 224tic.FOR RvOi.ki1 wants his own hang We "D. -f.! and Mrs. J. S. Price. of Orlando flay of April A. It., 1'25. a ''"1\..' sales i '
cans you ant on small 4>.ym nt '-c. Dryden f' 'Chicsso. his [ ..,.. Sworn the legal btrtirn w f pile, alt i STRIVE TO MfV .{'RJ: *e Part:: has an eighty foot
SAL-230 feet ornamental irn down lU-aJty and Company balance like. 230 rent First minoe: Street.221tic.! come for a short stay -amon; us. and Mr.and Mrs..K. J. Price ,. the foUowicc propt-ny rltuate In J.ce REMOTE STAR CLOUD boulevard; parked In the center '
t of Sprla; fieU 0... psnt teek.nd County Florida, and deacribdt as fallows I
fence complete with concreau Work .. to-wit: one lut of miaccUuieousmen4iandi 'nfth Royal rams rnclrfcsp from McCrp -
base with;ornamental one doable poets and one Alan Simla about Kate\HOD; I'Uls and Fancy Sewing. 215 le-street I -John, Keesain. .Baltimore.. JIO., la Fort .Myers.Mrs. a .bith may be viewed, neon I (Continued from Page 1)) I \ er bcoJerard to the TaaiamlTrail. : !

feet wooden picket tiGU. ... J4-tfc. is a arrUal! in Fort plicatlon to the undersigned : one !IJ-.y- :2-M-tfc:: ;
fencing. .Apply : new ilyera.JUrs. the thus
the stars. Analyses of data
: ton 8oaes! ; one Toledo Scalj-s( I ; one ea-h
Uaari ... ,
mer at. Ilettoian. J-21-tf D. B. Ues >: Mrs. W. >
LAST Io'Ofl'l'IYJ.mS-property wta dou- register I ; one tee box and meat nlortts; [collated are now in pro- ess. It is 1
.. R. Smythe and Mr.: and -iUs. Clarence one lot of butcher's ImpU-fnvnls. onekerosene "
We In (
FOR SALE-Chllds square-poIt '4ron. valuaas soon as tbe jmpcoev-i Waiter Zook. of Farmington dram : one lot of paper bagone ..:-: estimated that on the spectra plates I
lit.Ivory crib. In splendid condition, Phone menu bar. film now UiikUnK(contemplated lots where are *to.v.. IIfoArt* 1U-, has come for the remainder Palmer of New Port Richey, are in lot of paper awl wooden traysThe i Ma the Harvard collection there are'I1,000,6uO j! DE. TT. H. GTtlCE ;Z;

JMStc.FOR terms.ot acUvlty Also' la two now.S liOO;; a lot. Easy of the eeaaon.urn .. the city today upon a aforesaid. projierty property of Win 11.being Matthewsaad levied! [ faint stars still unclassified.J! Physician and Surgeon It
room Iiouaes.
SALE:Three fine lots in.ttta.mont very cheap. Seminole Realty new Co., IRe.. will be sold for the i>ur|>OHe of nts- I This priceless collection" astro-I Office 15-16 Earnhardt Bldg. ,
l>ark. Seminole Realty Company, z-9-tfts. G, R., Carraway. of Colum -Joseph and Emman-ael! Stern. tyIng said'eucutlon I and costa nomicaphotographic ''plates for House 117 Woodford Ave. '7 7I
Inc. Phone 621. 3-24-tfaj Dated this the 7th day of March A. I .-
Palss Lee Is I bia. S. .c.. Is in Fort Myers, forTisiL >a Mike :Oro\vni ,Ir. anllrs.. C. E. P.. 1923.P. : t'years surrounded by a fire hazard.I Telephone 82 -Office t rings
> park a one hunt td andeightyacre e
FOR BALE: Suburban home and \ Adams. Misses Loc:& .Belle Lamb and B. Tippins. Kierlft; of Lee County. Is now well safeguarded.; "Professor house 3 ringsMecca f
: citrus turned Into Florida
chicken farm. grove II'
Extra
rood five-room
house, garage, chicken .houses, brooder beautiful humeslte =?.10t/c. Eernailtne WHlfatlls'v.eTe ac. Punta I 1 I 31C.! 83, 39t i I+ Shapley said that tests had been ,. I II
house. One acre of grsuiMl*House tully -.Mr. and .Mrs. IL C. Ilartshern 011 ._-- --- 'made which demonstrated that the I

Seminole furnished Realty Come Company.In and let-us Imva show.'Vlnrtstreet. ,you. hIm-Lee 1'ark bas already lulterest- Wa ertown. Mass., are in Fort Mjers 1 plates were Secure from either fire Gardens I

ti %-%1e. ed over one hundred I'ort.llyers: for a brief stay. I l-r CAN YQl} PICK THE 'WINNER or water damage. They are kept Ina

,l FOR SALE: 1.280 acres sf land OR roun" people who hare purchased j theme. FOR APRIL 4TH brick store-house equipped with a Oaly 1 1-% miles imp cner of

ty. road, only three tnile;. ouU.lM peeacre. sites S-lO-tf. -Mr, and Mrs. \V. c. Jessup and I water sprinkler' system. city. Has le atloijA> nlnt_n feet.
One-ffth cash balance. to suit Mrs. A. Hawkins,. of Norwalk Cona of Lots $375.00 up. quRter cash, balance
purchaser.mloole Itealty .Company, Since the first! photograph a

Inc. -230 First-st eel.._ 3-f1. tfcFOU > FOR tiomachoia HEPA1U3 utensils- On S. to furniture Wine's -R and.- have .come to remain indefinitely. 1 I Miss Daisy Albritton . . . . 423,000 VOTES l star was made '11 1850) ruder the supervision 3 years K. U Jeffqott Re&! ;..c i

SAU3-Pedigreed wire-haired Fo.tefTler pair- Slap. .n -Sh.r( Street South of A. Mrs. Margaret Bondurant . . ., ;.513,000 VOTES Of Professor George C. ? ofil '
William
Milts. S .......t..oMT..r. O. L. and Boulevard croasing. tlist Fort l 'Bensett and Miss L.
"0.11II each, Two." female* $35.00 ach.iCy Sfyers\ 1 iJll17tc110.000.OOO Mrs. Alice Bailey . . . . .212000 VOTES | Bond the Harvard collection has ,
prone .XioilC. l'iapleJo'liL' Hltfc.FOIl J, Bennett T>f Newark: X. J. are here j 1 'I' been growingsteadUy.1 Systematic A. Z> Whit MAURICE ATREK3 ... i'>. y,
Company wants mas 'to sell for sojourn I Miss 'Ava Batfield, Caxambas __ . ;. _. 601,400 VOTES t il James C. Pinney- : .
a of several days. [
SALE---60'acre tract 1-2 mile; fn>>nl-: '\Vat Ictus Hwme Neeesiritles in ort income Myers : !I Miss Irene Denham . . . .'. . :570,000 VOTES r photographic work with several telescopes I LEE COUNTT ENGINEBBINft CO. : :' / #
More than liD peal dally begun prior to 1900. Do- '
act on Naples Hay. Price J225.00 [ was ,."
I!<"r.. Terms it desired.. Address K per B.1 f IS; -S&o:; weekly. experience'uivneccst j-.id.; and Mrs. W C. Smith of I Miss Hilda Golden . . . .. . . _566,200 ,,VOTES I.sans of telescopes at the Cirll, and Structural EaPleera .- .
gaey.l'rnI.1l1. Thgi.Ut-\Vath Engineers on Drainage :; .
StorterlytplsFla' ? r .. .U-I Lias Co ipany. flIS'eat lewd St,' Baltimore. lid.,. came in Sunday to I Mrs. Edna Prince Gooden . _? ,. .. .... .416,000 VOTES [and at Its stations in otaervato71. 'II Consulting Bridges and Structural Work .:' :: t'

FOR ,HALE HI .OWAEKTJire tp.j Memphis *T- 3.14-3tp.. remain few days. I Mrs. Neill Johnson. u. uu. . . .421,000 VOTES' and -elsewhere constantly adding I I Fort llysrs. J7.rMa. .' ;,./ tnllUluuumYllu h

the "bestaots 1m .TaJeaeia: '-,. WILL :tIle ,( nUemaa who .resisted I Miss Verdie .Langford ... . : a : . .517,200 VOTES to the collection which now numbers 't

farms lean, $173 per acre .ip.,, Also I tile;1 d1 wheR.$hft.ft'JI In tie J utwaj -Ora E. Chapin returned Sunday: Miss Helen Sams Moore Haven. .' . 236,000 VOTES some' 300,000 plates. Nearly all of : :lIUlllUllIlJmrmg : {i', : j

One O f the\ test subdivisions aroan4the Realty Company effle li friday,. night from Saint Petersburg where Mrs. J. F. Tatum . ._ .,. ,. .. .. .506,000 VOTES these are considered'of' value in the .i f

>ny,'' nlj .1 1-10"mfle treat a''Pest Itlease'rail! ''at Room 11, Kenmore be had been attending;, fay! coorea- Miss Eloise Williams Punta Gorda i. t .435000 VOTES study of current astronomical problems |"BuildVith BricknJ. :=: N-

ofilc( y nine acres,*deep wefTiO.ket; C heteL' .3.16.1tpETCILtM1ED' lion of the Tamiami Trail association. I Miss Nellie Williford .,.. . . ... 514,600 VOTES. j and those taken 'Prior to 1900 i 1- : J

: water front $26,000: iily. i.ooo.'css1a \ He is much enthused over the (Subject to .Corre tio ) I are said to be nnduplicated else- C. McDonald\ .
balance four years. This tract will BT MISTAKp I At .results of the meeting. j where. .
'
rot about 60 I let,1 litof >."JrI(''| .ar.t tuba, o'clock Sunday nljht, :hat General Bjek1ale S ;
Mater front and the 'IS'tvni more Iwxtf iYli>>! to correct exehaaqe.. W. iI1llltlli111llllllflfIlIII11Ii111illufllllltllllllilfllll{ !! "': : "' IIIIIIIIIII1I"'I"'lIi"111IlII"' "' "'{ lllIlUUIIIIII"II""' llillllllll{ { II and S

H. Towles 138 Fowler St. 3.16-Stp: rIiIIIllIII Contractor S
than par for. the property. SeeJ.
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R. Dad!!, \TO>: ET TO LO.LPal't'ha money aaatw 4. i twrintq 0 e gauss a+sets a e. :: Brick and Tile Bungalows :5: ,

a.13-3te Ehldge apartments notes or loans on city property. lit a Specialty S

Room (o..21, Grand Central hoteL
FOR BALE=ttOOBoar- -oranBer *s I
---rn.m''1-2 \a-l'l-1 Inches. .F1nefoTtmFOH *. .. _..a.lc.tp:! AllAboard Why not build eutstaaUaDyT 5 j
.. AIY.'FIa.J
.
lnl'naKee. Box t:7-firt Xyeni 'r.; i
Man :: !
f <:Los ,Anyelea ;.mews ;today:
S SAUBr-Lania rive ieont lot on .
> { drank-mercury. WlllTreeover Won- iinnnllfulllllllllfmmmliultUlUlUllli,? !
new river drive with hard 'road. cement |
sidewalk, water and .......r. Only der if he will be taller in hotyreather' FOR I II
13,500 to cash buyer, P. 0. Box MX. -
H"::': -" : 1i-ttCJ, a :;; ey I orfmal\ S: ,
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*.haraJldlnl FOR: SALE of mile with tcnt.6arree I 'free.modern City I bungalow,UkIn Unutsw.Urea*on R, l'.Jj i1SE tF.12&XOE! .Davis.Islands I Contractors and Bandert 1

Box ML J-li-tfc. I 1509: Eiclld Ira.
0. I
"chamber .
.The : of commerce, rooms I i
Fort Florida
Byers
j
FOR SALK-One Hawaiian guitar and are now fitted up with new; office I. -1
one violin Stead ilodcL Good reasons. !
Apply JU Garrett after six ...vening.LAST.OfE furniture Including anew desk, new '

... "., ...--t.:: ... : o-_ ':Ii-Zt ::1 type-writer desk chairs and other
articles,of furniture.: : < 'I
4 ,n
f
Val.],
encia and atters el\ .4Leres at Alva. This.furniture "ofgolden oak and Leaving Wednesday March 18. 8:15: ';'ii;m. Dodd Roofing Co.
the
adds much to the o( -
Close Palm Beach road and makes appearance, \ --.- .....- .. --,....,-........--.-. -- All kinds of roofs applied re- ... .
office while It for more efficiency I
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i __ :, ._ paired and painted. YT* do It _..... ( -
Seaboard Liner 13.500 .c. .
Proposed Call at Kenmore hotel on the :part of chamber em i 4'l'i: .1 t Returning Friday, -6:30: p. m. '. -.P' right. fl.. "'.

a Bargain. 218 Lee St Phone 404 .. : ; ,:...
Jlrs.\ Von Jorgensen, "-ner. ployesPiaLee! : ., [. .:- F lat ', i

Fete mbar the .$ b
erty J taken; 'off. .the market .to- I Streets t tflve loot cement sidewalks' :: ..... .. r_ \I. .<:.. I :: a c J'; ..: ;t
.. electric lights aid water p.t cieryhomesite !' 'i.. to It. -
lliotto\v. 316ltp.FOR "" 8-10-tfc.f = ." ; .,'t. ? = G. A. LONGBRAIO, JL: IX f J
& < We-.want.you to Davis Islands:'for and
-'Jii.: : see ; yourself are giving you
Morris
sacrlfic 1* foot .
S.\I.--"III
" .., San paddlenaehatrL'enabled .eiBtcxT rorRT. UTH niu'CIRCUIT ; thi .to be ,:'; '.' .-. .,"""' ;') Temporary office 1 If. :.
canoe. ; opportunity our guests elightful trip. _
:: whileiopttl
: : l
> etc. Firstt taecko hr$4i.M'aeta' t"1." ,t. ut" ),FLOKJDA IS \1ID< l'U& : |; .. : 'S.:1J ..r .y at residence 897 St

vii Frank II. 'Ttehenor.'lw 3-15 I'ir.r iUa et THE 1'f THE COTKTT MATTER OF' LEE.OF rnBltnwiwItITB1TIOt .: E .'..:f. EPApar'tyl-f ( reservations will be made for you" "at the> Tampa Bay HoteL "j ,; 'o4i Hours: 1M2, -2Ju4 2--I I: t ; .' :.1.1I 4I

RENT -OKTHK ESTATE! OF ,-;(! \ 's' 'J'G' ,
FOR altar E. A I>KKS: DKCBAftED, I

FOR RE4 room) anturnlahed' Iaowoe UEUKOE. 3T. UEMIKT ..\JIlU: ...,. 18'rRATUH. .: '.}' .-- :j5y taking this trip you .place yourself under no obligations what- !I J

I 1 Cafe 1n Eaai Fort 11"1'L ADP1J Polnsetus 3-,1Ftta, Mrs.;To John Kate C. Anders Mcl>ermtd.. Mrs S.Mr'r lLWalk; HesterOramartWi t : !''o ",,'.l t ever- ,' our purpose .being to acquaint you with the Marvelous development E : h ...

.. d "j sidents of and Leon hire County Newell, Florida Martin/airs.. ','<;''f'' :,1 r: ,. noflDavis IsIands.and Tampa. /: f
FOR RENT-Very *nice rooms, 'by Fannie :May Xlaratta. Nee Fannie .J ; 'h J. f\r i. ,; I I ..
f I '
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i week or month. Z5 Lee St. l-16tfc May Van Brunt. a resident of .:MIami ::1.1'}. ; ;' '_" P:1.: .J' r. ', \ -
t Dade County Florida, and tsrMrs.Bessto : GRADY PITS GLASSES :
40S Second St.9AHC.. Gregory, a'resident ot Quincy, -
FOR RENT-Room... at ."I Florida, and' to Willie J. H ndry, a.reel- E *M' WI 4'UM fj i t-I$rr ,I Patl' da Leon '-
_. -"" dent ol ateutry1' County!Fk>rlda, and to '
4 'FUR HENT-Stsr* pn Blak. a7.et.*John aU raentt: 'Bavin >or Claimlaff:\ any In- \ See our palatial Uma n Coach on First street J
Idlersbole- ttrntt ot any kind as heirs-at+law or :=: I. '. c
at "Fort :*
Barlleson ai-.J; = -
}p r ft GrocerYCcma. ,zTvt'l otherwise Wary K. Anders formerly of 'Ji.1. V1 ROYAL PAUl PARK
f sale Los eo..to'Iortda. now deceased la rand ask Mr. NasbaDou: t reservations.CHARLES _
!.\" -Rooms. by aV or week.. and to the following described lands situated : i Bordertag the wee
.Tan blocks from P. 0. 20 Seco In Lee County. Florida. towit-.Lot
River. All Water front
a _ .' Block Eleven (lL) of tbs town privileges. >
I", set GarretUFOK of Alva: also an undivided onc halt Interest t ..ef ', E reserved for lot owners '{" .
RFvr-4 room Bousecer and garage In the east half of the northeastQnartet = : .t t :; 4t : t'\ "it..1'iff.' = "
rspq.' inake 81S-m t month,31Jta" ..P.Baa1J *.f' Beetle twenty-four ;.township :: : 10 f :: See P. ED. .TATEN ::1. ..,
J'orU'u.rSGuth.. Range. twentyseveir t ., -rrJ'
leaop t. Fort A Hyen \instate z2idNSA Gro- "i-j: i li-AIso. tbe following ., i } Royal Palm Park Fort JUy ers : "'
,i!' / t-'. .' tfescrAed lands situated in Hendry County '1'nAVl51S1 b I
.. Government Lots .
, OoiBpany.WANTED < .rlda. to-wit: '
. One. T...... and Three and the T northwest V'A.P11' !: II! T11E BAY J = ": l
quarter of tbe lIOul.h- .'1Iuarter <. ,1 > f ". ,. >FQBT: MTIES JETfELBT CO. .;:
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a'-tun-tuwa.bin Forty-Uire .- { $ ,r' <'t.
of soctlon' ..
bertN .
{teat .<>**' .' I 1Jewe1en '
'WANTED-- \ e&tt .
twenty-i ..
Son'.h. Range / i
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,,' want to .
\In who are ambitious awork. .anoth ,
and .
of
1 : r'k4 Now; you and each you '
Ever.
riades.. Apply Collier I ready county.FlorWa.for *: at W. .ILBrown. er minor persons' or, aAuitsu known or uid unknownwhether whether, in din t J ;I. .OjtometrUt( :! ,"d.Mf&.t Optician :!. .

.f 3- la the state.of Fi ld. or In tbgChild Eyes tested Olasseaj;' fitted :""

N t' _ror small ttaraTJ the staUBfu-t'-AnMrlesftor'*aM VCaltad Skates,any or: in territory m 'forsiiracountry of = E. NASH : 33,.first St. Fort Myers, rIa.iRe. su 41
tf? WAliTPatr: Preaa H girTANTEI .erevu- & N.- are :-Ii:

0 +.ravkwar I hereby, titled: that George IVHeadry.administrator .
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Professional. boo/ sald
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of the estate
PROPERTIESINC.
Pittwnable. ** :
club fit
boon for -
wantslo. Will review go cut ot to_ "Bo-": W tL.WANTED ,decadent praying for bas an filed order a petition to take la pogaossionef eourt :: i Q ; KPSIG,...t ><; OM: JD: bty..,/ i1< t if ays
J ress Oftks. -saidhnHte -a 4 eell the -atou at "
. Toun married either private or public sato fort the payment 0 ,l Riverview HoteL ** Fort Myers 1 .BOATBUILDUIG '
RENT- *
!Jt TO
wt.he. w of debts, and you and each of you t _, .. = BZPAIBIXG OF AM "
7 wit"{ 110 dtidren if KCTDSGh
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: 1 cooDle ) kyacvamanded to ahowieauae. ,. -
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,, rent. fu m tmt e'Tr4Yli ,it of !) ha% before this eoartv.oa. or. : > C.: We Quiet SeniH' ".
.. tale. 1 ... ? 1wh, .. r
"t sacs ..0.. O.p.. City the. day of April ;1brIu''Su..H. :-a Large itftk v -
.- said order should not. be made. .. \ls.ath 1
I-U-Ctc. ; ....
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day of February 1935. l' :? : Cmttliig pa'nd'<< a'tbfne '

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kf.etit. w. Teac. .r Ilea ] aerrt aat CBT A"'Y ber lor- 'tait7j.YD
ZfawM.,Flwida1 sat pttaes is t.M Y tau tad retired ta a tfrr ftot etia -

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are beet a21 coaLan&xy of '9uck-to-th -
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tit tk ux* tilt Fl.Tili '" .. iasdeTC' .. T1. .&

Tb Ottt.Wtfaxfe at eea.dt vtu 'nift"e are about a dcaa le'a'p' re 1a ) ft2In'.AICLir.r. lrlst+rs'

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K tt J titaaa a sort i,3a
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by haad.wcrk sat ea2Ta; i. shoot: Qr V s te
:*sofa *a4, .d..et 1& .water -
atyA.a RZt%.: of CelOd Twey tare bees the .rasa is
n.. er --.-... r! aces ; edaa Fed W =- Tom'be '
1c aatieaal t& .oaQea e> \iK 1az
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te I''< 't' Gibed LSLt + wiici has ken e cseda "FMstbocwtiu armed 7aSeca
****** to tb* lala- > BSS. e eaeasries that 1I b
eat cs 7 series M a .-- .
that $ sth et flit irrft>ba .l tie j I ; D h aS-uaC5t .,. ) litadEa
enl cimriyitry tester fee alas asa
t.M at a, llthrstl Florida fatea3ee1 tltltt tal x.wt.aflllfML ".. kaea of :,fate far +r the Sedwr1aHLJ.PaB. G 27m&Tk
:wa......... n- 1ltwq warbre.a..rr..d vcar* cruap 4
a Rids "' .tatS.a .as a I'tIMft ..... t EaQ & s.nnt7. 1"
a i.ar..e aL food U placed a a epede7'
ash p&c* et Rttt.t I I't' I t 7 t3is
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Isleaeemistl twat a tam -s tzaaFIt toe plua.d tee hare .. 'Wb.a dam pet'tleSeaMtai I i and as there L""e na forts or bonsL tastr Cd IIda :.
tnatl, b .7
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4 *der. tees E&sae b Il.s M trieR tH Zoeleeh hrlazts.Ke1 exe.es i.b IItUt pats ss saadcrer. have so arta 4. '

ttrat.et aaOwrlUfta etrpettuttiet flu eM Zee*t pttl tba TtbetteS stase* te.... f. U a IIItrib b ..1 tS. \ase.1 Ar.eistiea el .w tM p.S,3adw ....aIe III 1dt7 ; fet ZX board aMThe deft ; ,the a-rarer well: ie 1
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etstl art riff lalas ; Teem earp.ttss a ar a btaekl 7 rts sad tee. '"
l ea IM. "faj -r Inks t'cslswlrs .- -*>*. vet tS.t *S. t+lr.eiew. ..
lace ba >em dealt flat nerioIa "dleC.S. t..
l !Zw t'IIrWaM ba 11 a tr' ca tit Aw.,4-
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Nt t ttststi t+esDetY,s. er n. rt.' f cm y HiM + ...... -.t 1a .-.they fw..t the fwta tle K.wMai Heitman Clothing Co..,
..t%bat tt. th..wtldt the tuw -
speatws n e yat t
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le My Of Gi pes3bl, tbas --
I %t tbe rtartta tadwotal OBMM .*- a rllt.d.1sat the !awis ."It ... .... e s 5. a.t* 1..4. 6\.e. ,kbirep .

sset" n. lttiste that tlit tesirtb1etLttz Sd.I et i i e.i'lditSer.wltSl cesle.eticl a. .,reap ,. .** ad .at wail 17 Iemt a\a tad .c*:ira
tzreal -.u "-s rare"a$ .. ar- thu. _sus- De.efrtaeat .
; anal. rite t... .eIfteWft -.tar' atw t t! 4L' .1t iee4is J'W says i
te.teert as1. aNt allesM: to ar ew Q ae b a1aa.Gv 1 .......... +w V V.v Wt tVa + d the ad e1 A..raiatine.

I b a baphaal is&b__ tW t.'t7 iet+bbsl b... 1F---: rr '- Ia.-' ew !r ira ..d whieb b.. b.ea tatsu a.at. iJ J
sew waalaetartt i.lsu4T -.u A tom. Ita e+rtee.ee+ld.s d toe ..... '- ,... ... ...t aeSe+rltral J"'
b.- tlefea R> .
Rl3d aK after: b'IIiau. ,... .. to. ,)t? .*- **. -d '.- -a* +. art C-- WaattitetQe'Bat lars.'a. 9 eat .ec .. .'..c-.
itaaat.otat a .1 Uata rsiioa2ar ( ).. ?iw.dw -r tM A..w... -ta-. t1'IIt tats a ebr.r.. t.eth- .1 wusp- e --bd Ia r.. : t
4 ) tl stttie< n a eea n. rapt,. .bid -- a7h.rats t+ tl..r twe# erd..f 18 a., ... w .at that tMA. : ... aU a lOrt 1abe.ut- h! ST

Let., e ear.ct.l b .ee'e r- ta1 fusss ttu the *+at'.t -- +ettai Inset yrwdatd bit nCIC wllct b tU3 eb l '!, 4
as a tda .a ?=t i, aatatattsttI 1tlC, a!e aam.Cse.l tM T bI"c'l. .l4eti Xi.e.. '-- ee ,+s'rrrr dtt ie.dat'ft'N at a er.tar !. ; tan T Oe sect 5: stead n.- a of : .#.. } ,.
lees.ls $ tuel.d w C..eraa.eet ""a.I'!TeJ b. rceol.iea v.5te "bDe fill e.t s brae awl a "fh d Ia Qe butt: U4 Ce bats JI -
eta aaa: b DetlIe Ztt ..
uth"aast tsar haw
nenaa tit .ettra TaYarM.a1 Aaatadeqbatiat !:'t air bera'.a lt+abaestatir "I.. y i
.darsds, pat .ne. ...."'a.-a Y Lber ha __ tabs 0- Froisas g araes. 1
Rill lit 7aesalreaa Sa ee st&te1 b.ei b- 1".AI ee a 2x1. .. -
sal aaaLT 3 1Ca teestier, b chana'st -, aartyR. ..e. es waauL I t tier &..t ..r tM-aidbt I'aa abotta as t eoicaitl east: the t a7 is : 1 k -

$ the. tttrw .r Wat:7 lore 1a auL'tt tae IIIICC'+tRlata at tit 1 ttan! W Sara ta tae pead.Nwn be"!. rla0ttt cataa&Lloa .c the i ea u the !

W taaisi trues that Z .... nts aaoaiss Thera. saazzoea8M
..... 'her awe &a i 1M rs gas! any
w e1 t+asebetsr* $at exasere. -
th. .._ '-aa paatatM the s.azsasstL h e zueL Bash
-.R &at ... ash auks their SOUTH (MM REVIVES 1 JN. fates aM be b fa37dexa. :: :
leaere.lese1'le CWashing ps oma a to the .
Hunt's eeremoa7. P"l..7aa. doe the De1Gag of 1
eetic a taataa atep.el her the
tt+z=same Zest dutt Jay a.re4er a
tIIMNt Itiitt f.etrer j SPORT OF OMEN
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F'leQtda tar t'e .ttbt ./' csms tca z. 2t b suit

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I : S. C. Xarck u. rear .r three. rtaas:
ja abet t eeib.l b ... tM: n.'iIabhsa1a1 ,u P W>iI JL aatt..t at .a.a Slat.S -
S '1g era aid jsMftbcn spat wba h ,st the eeeaera Cott'aQ
ttsas.*bete' 0.StMIs 1 hAC CIV a I-A tarsCseta .. i'RiSt .ler.ke aYfa iarN aateoau.
W .at -- 3a tart -. lab .Dea :bra!: tea.. Sue eszy Stl"Mn. ;ta.Ct2z tP lk't Mea bCS D act : Fine Shoes
texau that see.se.eti .. bra r.a w_as butt_ter Ts, IbeKartlBt, ar this IJtt1e S Qk"'b itt coury: b ..'V tai e a
-. es..ie. sale.9r..tue.. tz,+e as 5.aa car:Y ebct
In Ohio; Is sew. 1'1I3 seer ...vus &II'" st .tee, ttrvta.slt I In a.u.&a1 easIIIaa e: b tit is tis new ZSS t far s x=c 7LtCIfold

Jailed In BiOsaiiaSOTIX. art .e ..... us !sew be. trlael Trey at. set latrsasatt, new aId eiz'a: The
.re.e.a eftIIIt- a.e ..-... ... Land For Sale in
"" woa.ea' .. a. gust suds cf lie fit as*cceBEssi J ia.tios:new' footm-esr tyEd
srl a tart.Au back tolb* 3s.a el c3d'- .
1.s.trh U.-fte ....-fare C1.ties 0...=-..., !-.s a Iaraere ..........w.. 5 iy.She aBert eQ laWasg! _--.rs I. lOX.\. i : Cross-.Kad: .:tiaicne Saa:: aa z Tim.i.tSzarsaess of.

tatatal Sat a thief..** Cta et.....,. rtlbete. '-tt.iswt'e h.+-.. 7e era ... tee M sa t+rtt star. et .a.c.,, :toms: V Z sdfsa act: rsaJy fcszad iasboes. C'.S;.ft

.. Ate te laRat: $b.* t. tirt b.bT ia, ___ Sw 7rn.e.w, aaoaatts. D a pct 5 sex rUr Shawl &Ganaoa .
torten Jere eert+ld ties a ZiaZCat sale.wstla duet:brew hew b 1 at tbe uira hscet amt3a I I1"b t .
Tta+rat. a. set. pe.ei'eit.t ItiLa. ----- 4 ra.:g a tf er tts CPI be at? >'t aiwriSi fie
beta ..., .ease-sr.d st JdNI& Zee 1ssaatbt sir Hat awl .te+e.rtt b. s tar f1t. tia ........ atpttt leK,=sf, J _4 ..wUe tr&CL: aM silk As-Ycs-lZls-Il LUMBJwe cat "tz

aerwa. tor sa sae sat- aew 7a14.et.s '.
'y..a.tttise. .-IIC..n.! .-. :.... heated, u cenat.rwa a aver saw d's>beau.aa at ,r y ia the ssasy ioeszred ts rs fore ...
$:M..aae ts. Rbtie' 'tit traasIt a.e .1asr alessagbw. eITM bat c ... W .seer ...... *- r. Prxsed as few, as $1.SL
tarots "i bnkt ta tihie. The .... 1w tiers. ..,.,.... .. a' .. eI : :1'I
( aaa-w 7taNieds j.----: it is 1eu tu a,1JIIIda'm Fc
+1w tIQt *betp t.et Ritel a 8aat .. stew era pee ate sad teltba8t !
yarlua ;t3at W teatas rot R c..s:..-! tbs let N a lt++ rsae art .....'set. tie Asa amine >. j_ A RE BARGAIN :X3J TOO .i2 vast A fs2 scppjy cf Ibrs: fslots
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br ., .
rwhee .tall. .
: esa..lgr lit
IbIc p.a. as4Ara as -
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riae and sizes
< fijies aret2 tit
... ......a a. Sda beat a.-1 :
st.-... .. cersle- ....... .lade':eq.at u'r.> ''I'Ier..c J
i asW 3a.e..aa rya tea eTseil let ,r tee us alter a =as'I Acreage Yc cOre
ter Sht+. rs rad+ed arse on = % BooIevanL 20
Llretr brass .. e. aseaat .t uTtIe ,- aa.t. ... ....... --- RED CROSS SHOESNotable
% e& irdeaa'a et Ge t i.m1 _s.tam.t..a. th a w tlreRMO..t +e_ ... --. s. awe !._ acres. with over SCO feet frontage on boulevard -
a halo i beat .e k*o. istet 1 : is -area.l.s. albd.rs lLea 1sbiK __ ata .
right in the center of $3,000 and fLY
+ sit
tsusl.zeta tbie aaafle% that --, HaatT al' .nab ew w-ts,as.bee '

: !le} Mt: brtett tnalea_ of! 'nIea.See-rslalaat .st A ..ae'e. rte drrrmQ 7eesaeMh ra a A..t.atlr slsya.d .matas $1*) land and the price is only] $?,OxJ: per -

I basil,ob it r*W the .ttav.d ......... +at+wr a.t t rant .. .a -. ...... art. re e Gel I= suef .
tats. pJy:: .al aa+ mI ... -.-.. tart auras. to_..rt rte Ha.saaetas ales. a.elder. I. ff'
TIoe "-..eI:thr.ewee.uctali.t ..alsckWe all! --- _
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III a lecue w Its rat.u. ash 7see..st CMORitaa.d use fee*. See M.i hell Seminole -- -- --- -- -- --- -
CBOCAOO I- : at Realty Co I
NIAIETHE1MTS arpmrs. ..____d isl She SR... fa MbXk i_- 1l 1
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tSttt .caad. It patina. she aia'ui-iaTWATS .. eeeeausrnrl.
tarMa1'Mr. k_ w err..... freeaarr d. WmJlerei
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tit lest .r ......leeeelbr rrsscs a u a ba. 21to2'i
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baas+taZlet asset eta sad ar.si e>7ru .r mss s_ .
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o-e-cla-a;: l..ieeeert ehib.l .... is.1MW-etlb-r-1t bra 3aeCaY a to....o.m ;I .
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a...a.eLral ii .ati.....wI.., .:- KEtP1XG AT: IT alike, T s *'
in at ..ae6e. d 3e.1 ohs ....... l \ I
awbes eat Elie ttL t..... t tI :
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i '.w b6I ...&.1 daa.aiQt s. 6e,f ; Redpath t i
t ...... ...O5a .......,4 E Even hough Sou m3Y DOt be abe! Chautauqua
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.........tedmisLlea a--a.. totraceanysa3esdirecl3ytovoiQrpresent

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9 i."....... ...__her t6.,iSPEcIAL = adrertisang IgadIRf 8l: '"

tars e..sb.u a.d. suer-ibeifQaa yea will find by keeping:at it eeasstentSy ,
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tai : ,.a a 16e__ ....
S ..s116.e11-'ba.--_ u.airl E your total voferae for

.l.& cbs shs arm e4: IDe.1.i alsabl aeiR '
tile will sborar
odK .....m tee......; year an increase : ..

... !, .- over that of last year and yearcoznpetiior''s 'ALL ABOARD"iWD0d .

--t-4sst.d.rsmw who took space .atOne T. ..&.

.dwelt. .ae.....weoihl d LARGE ACREAGE OX' LAKE "O/F .
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te vamfioK. br deeleel..+tot. --- ,
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.want et tub t.maaetb'.]toot owi-: 71. 1! "THE..FOUR-SQUARE ICILDB :
two insertions : :
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